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In today's economic trend it is smart to get the most you can for your purchasing power. So, there is little reason to over-spend for acquiring quality antique Coin Silver flatware collectibles.

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A L COAN TABLE SPOON FROM MOBILE ALABAMA SOUTHERN COIN SILVER
A L COAN TABLE SPOON FROM MOBILE ALABAMA SOUTHERN COIN SILVER
$125.00
NB NICHOLS COIN SILVER SPOON FROM PETERSBURGVA
NB NICHOLS COIN SILVER SPOON FROM PETERSBURGVA
$45.00
COIN SILVER Table Spoon marked Bradbury
COIN SILVER Table Spoon marked Bradbury
$12.99
Coin Silver 8 Serving Ladle w helmet bowl JAMES WATTS Phila PA 1800s engraved
Coin Silver 8 Serving Ladle w helmet bowl JAMES WATTS Phila PA 1800s engraved
$75.00
Early Coin Silver 7 1 2 fork MICHAEL GIBNEY NY c1836 1851 Olive Mono CL
Early Coin Silver 7 1 2 fork MICHAEL GIBNEY NY c1836 1851 Olive Mono CL
$71.59
Charleston South Carolina Carrington Coin Silver Master Butter
Charleston South Carolina Carrington Coin Silver Master Butter
$85.00
Gothic W K Vanderslice sterling coin silver soup ladle California San Francisco
Gothic W K Vanderslice sterling coin silver soup ladle California San Francisco
$325.00
Lincoln  Reed American COIN Silver Table Spoon Boston MA c1838 1848
Lincoln Reed American COIN Silver Table Spoon Boston MA c1838 1848
$40.00
R  W Wilson COIN Silver Teaspoon Philadelphia PA mono MIA
R W Wilson COIN Silver Teaspoon Philadelphia PA mono MIA
$30.00
Thomas Whartenby COIN Silver Tea Service 3 piece set Grape Vine Medallion Bust
Thomas Whartenby COIN Silver Tea Service 3 piece set Grape Vine Medallion Bust
$1,995.00
Richard Gove American COIN Silver Teaspoon c 1833 1880 Laconia NH
Richard Gove American COIN Silver Teaspoon c 1833 1880 Laconia NH
$25.00
R H Bailey Vermont Antique COIN Silver Teaspoon set of 4 Tipt Pattern
R H Bailey Vermont Antique COIN Silver Teaspoon set of 4 Tipt Pattern
$95.00
Taylor  Hinsdale COIN Silver Teaspoon Newark NJ  NYC 1807 1817
Taylor Hinsdale COIN Silver Teaspoon Newark NJ NYC 1807 1817
$25.00
Peter L Krider American COIN Silver Tablespoon Philadelphia PA c 1868 Engraved
Peter L Krider American COIN Silver Tablespoon Philadelphia PA c 1868 Engraved
$60.00
A G Reed  Co COIN Silver Table Spoon Nashua NH circa 1840 1853 NJP
A G Reed Co COIN Silver Table Spoon Nashua NH circa 1840 1853 NJP
$30.00
Pear  Becall COIN Silver Teaspoon Boston 1854 1890 Demitasse
Pear Becall COIN Silver Teaspoon Boston 1854 1890 Demitasse
$20.00
F A Durgin American COIN Silver Teaspoon set of 4 St Louis Missouri
F A Durgin American COIN Silver Teaspoon set of 4 St Louis Missouri
$100.00
19th Century R  W Wilson American COIN Silver Serving Spoon 9 mono C Philada
19th Century R W Wilson American COIN Silver Serving Spoon 9 mono C Philada
$75.00
Fiddle Thread R  W Wilson Philadelphia COIN Silver Tablespoon Single Struck MMP
Fiddle Thread R W Wilson Philadelphia COIN Silver Tablespoon Single Struck MMP
$120.00
E Knight American COIN Silver Teaspoon set of 2
E Knight American COIN Silver Teaspoon set of 2
$35.00
Augustine Dunyon COIN Silver Table Spoon Portland ME c 1860
Augustine Dunyon COIN Silver Table Spoon Portland ME c 1860
$28.00

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Whether a hobby or an investment, here are eight bits of advice for acquiring antique sterling and/or silver plate flatware.


1. Go for a silver flatware: Style, Historical Era or Artist.

Reflect upon your chosen lifestyle and your specific tastes, then come up with decisions that are a good fit. Do you expect to use your antique silver flatware often, or instead use objects from your set for specific occasions?

There are many specialty areas of antique silver flatware collecting. Some collectors focus on a certain design pattern, while others collect a particular maker or historical period.

Some antique silverware focus on a distinct type of antique silver flatware, such as: butter dishes or candlesticks, while others are more ecletic and expand into regional silver flatware, such as French or German, or pieces from specific makers, such as: Reed & Barton.

2. Mash It Up

Do not be afraid to mix and match patterns.

This collecting method gives great aesthetic charm to a table setting. This is a attractive option particularly with hard-to-find, or rare silver flatware patterns. And will benefit you for putting together a set sizeable enough for entertaining your family, friends or guests.

3. Signs of Overuse or Damage

Signs of use do not necessarily detract from the worth of antique silver flatware or silver plate flatware, while signs of abuse may or may not. For instance, moderate damage or defects on a rare flatware piece will not significantly lessen value. The price of a tarnished piece should be significantly lower than retail, of course. Be careful of buying tarnished silver flatware via the internet. Pictures can be misleading and hide obvious wear, damage or repair. Finding tarnished pieces at estate sales and flea markets may be an affordable option, but investigating them closely for problems remains an important skill for your collecting hobby or business.

4. Monograms

A lot of collectors view aged, detailed monograms as a lost form of art and historically important. It does not decrease the desirability or market value of a silver flatware piece when a monogram is displayed. Most pieces are, however, have more market worth without a monogram. As you become more familiar with antique silver and sterling silver flatware, you will be able to determine monogram removal. Monogram removal can damage a piece of antique silver and drastically diminish its worth.

5. Authenticity

Certain collectors downgrade antique silverware pieces that have been refreshed, such as those with replacement knife blades. Silverplated knife blades are often found with wear. They can easily be replaced on hollow handle knives, Certain collectors opt to have them replaced with stainless steel blades. However, stainless steel was not introduced in flatware manufacturing until the early 1920s. This is one of those aspects of collecting that can be a matter of personal taste, but you do need to be careful that your antique silver flatware may diminish in value if you replace the knife blades.

6. Repair

A silversmith ought be sourced for any repairs required for damaged pieces. Pieces can also be replated by a skilled silversmith. It can be an expensive project for common pieces, but it is fully fully worthwhile to restore valued and rare silver flatware items.

7. Modified Items

Be mindful that these exist and develop skills to verify if a piece has been modified from its authentic condition. Common flatware pieces are sometimes modified to make them appear to be more rare and valuable pieces. For example, you may find spoons that at some point in time were} cut to resemble ice cream forks or a sugar spoon may have been pierced to resemble a sugar sifter. Look for signs that pieces have been modified and avoid purchasing them for your collection.

8. Forgeries

New fake pieces in favorite and rare pattern designs appear for sale often online. Examples include:, salt spoons and rare pieces such as assorted knives, forks and spoons. Plenty of these types of silver flatware have no craftsman's marks. Moreover, forged artist's markings in silver have persisted for hundreds of years. The age of an antique silverware piece does not actually indicate it's authenticity. So learn as much as you can before investing in expensive antique silver flatware.

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