19thC Coin Silver Medallion spoons: 2 Schulz & Fischer 1870, 1 H&D Rosenberg 1867
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A wonderfully rare coin silver spoon set of 3 medallion pattern spoons. The two large matching serving spoons are Schulz & Fischer Medallion Pattern circa 1870. These coin silver spoons display the profile of a spartan-like man at the head of the spoon handle, with a floral motif on the spoons neck. The small teaspoon is marked 'H&S' (aka Hotchkiss & Schreuder) 'H&D Rosenberg' (Retail name 1865-1871) in the medallion pattern circa 1867. The sterling silver teaspoon displays the profile of a young man wearing what appears to be a floral crown, with floral motifs down the handle.
Hotchkiss & Schreuder were well known manufacturers of rare coin silver and Sterling. In 1857 David Hotchkiss and Andrew B. Schreuder created a new partnership 'Hotchkiss & Schreuder', silver wholesale manufacturers in Syracuse, NY. David Hotchkiss and Andrew Schreuder were in partnership from 1857 to 1871. Their last mark "H & S" in plain incised letters, was used from 1865 to 1871.
2 Serving spoon: 8 1/2" each
1 Teaspoon spoon: 5 3/4"
Approx. Total Weight (of all 3 spoons):
larger spoon (each): 48g
The 2 Schulz & Fischer spoons:
H&D Rosenberg Teaspoon:
'H&S' (aka Hotchkiss & Schreuder)
'H&D Rosenberg'(H&S retail name 1865-1871)
These medallion coin silver spoons are in great age-related condition. A small amount of wear from use. Teaspoon has a slight patina in its bowl.
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