15 - 16 January 2004
A SILVER SALVER OF SOUTHERN INTEREST
MARK OF GROSJEAN & WOODWARD, NEW YORK, RETAILED BY HAYDEN & WHILDEN, CHARLESTON, 1853-62
Circular, on thee leaf-clad pad feet, with Greek key and beaded border, the field engraved with folite strapwork, centering a monogram, marked on reverse
7 1/8in. diameter; 8oz.
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This salver is illustrated in Joseph P. Brady, "An American Coin Silver Primer," Silver Magazine, January-February 2002, p.p. 14-15.
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