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    Bought some silver from another picker..

    Most of itís scrap but there was some serving spoons in there and I had not heard of the name. Came home and googled them. they are coin silver by Andrew C Benedict. Really nice condition. Era- 1827-1840! Hoping theyíre worth some good money. No monogram 114 g.

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    Those are really nice! It looks like they are marked sterling so I donít think they are coin silver. Itís always great to find the older stuff. Well done.

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    Definitely an interesting pattern for early coin silver. You hardly ever see anything about paddle handles. They have to be worth at least three or four times scrap value.

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    Grant Brandenburg

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    They do say sterling. Odd that they do look to be made after 1840
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    Just a quick reply. I think they are from the 1880ís. Check out the link. Andrew Comstock Benedict from New York. http://sterlingflatwarefashions.com/...iths/SSB5.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by captain flintlock View Post
    Just a quick reply. I think they are from the 1880ís. Check out the link. Andrew Comstock Benedict from New York. http://sterlingflatwarefashions.com/...iths/SSB5.html
    Well thank you. Youíre right. Your sites better than mine. 925Ė1000 didnt even have all those other options I donít think.

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    Those are really nice looking.
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    When you come to a fork in the road, take it.

 

 

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