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  • Paul Revere Jr. Silver Tablespoon

    Lot: 189
    Sold for: $14,760$12,000

    Paul Revere Jr. Silver Tablespoon, Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1789, the end of the plain handle engraved with the monogram "SSP" for Samuel and Sarah Parkman, the back marked "REVERE" in a sunken ...

  • Pair of Paul Revere Jr. Silver Teaspoons

    Lot: 224
    Sold for: $9,225$7,500

    Pair of Paul Revere Jr. Silver Teaspoons, Boston, Massachusetts, late 18th century, the spoon handles with bright-cut and wrigglework decoration, and engraved with a swan at the top, back of each ...

  • Paul Revere Jr. Silver Serving Spoon

    Lot: 1
    Sold for: $11,070$9,000

    Paul Revere Jr. Silver Serving Spoon, Boston, Massachusetts, late 18th century, the pointed bowl on a plain handle marked "REVERE" (Kane mark C or D) in a sunken cartouche on the back, engraved ...

  • Pair of Paul Revere Jr. Silver Teaspoons

    Lot: 4
    Sold for: $6,150$5,000

    Pair of Paul Revere Jr. Silver Teaspoons, Boston, Massachusetts, late 18th century, plain handles, each monogrammed "MLW" at the end, marked "PR" in a sunken cartouche on the back, Kane mark "F," ...

  • Silver Teaspoon

    Lot: 3
    Sold for: $4,920$4,000

    Silver Teaspoon, Paul Revere, Jr., Boston, Massachusetts, late 18th century, the turned-down handle with bright-cut and wrigglework edging, the end of the handle engraved with a swan, the back of ...

  • Silver Teaspoon

    Lot: 4
    Sold for: $3,198$2,600

    Silver Teaspoon, Paul Revere, Jr., Boston, Massachusetts, late 18th century, the handle with floral engraving and "PJP" monogram, the back of the handle stamped "PR" in sunken cartouche (Kane mark ...

  • Silver Porringer

    Lot: 74
    Sold for: $39,975$32,500

    Silver Porringer, Paul Revere, Jr., Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1770, the slightly flared rim on a bulbous body with convex base marked on the inside "REVERE" (Kane mark B), and the pierced scroll ...

  • Silver Teaspoon

    Lot: 12
    Sold for: $3,998$3,250

    Silver Teaspoon, Paul Revere, Jr., Boston, Massachusetts, late 18th century, the turned down handle with embossed scroll medallion, bright-cut and wrigglework edging, the underside of the bowl with ...

  • Silver Tablespoon

    Lot: 133
    Unsold  

    Silver Tablespoon, Paul Revere, Jr., Boston, c. 1785, with oval bowl and handle with rounded end monogrammed "DMS," for Daniel and Mary Turner Sargent, of Boston, and maker's mark "REVERE" within a ...

  • Paul Revere, Jr. (Boston, 1734-1818) Portrait of Major John Pitcairn on Horseback.

    Lot: 76
    Sold for: $39,975$32,500

    Paul Revere, Jr. (Boston, 1734-1818) Portrait of Major John Pitcairn on Horseback. Signed "P. Revere del." l.r., and inscribed "Major John Pitcairn" in the same hand l.r., both outside of the ...

  • Pair of Paul Revere, Jr., Silver Casters

    Lot: 69
    Sold for: $25,000$20,833

    Pair of Paul Revere, Jr., Silver Casters, Boston, 1772, each with bud finial on pierced high-domed friction-fit lid, incised with five vertical panels engraved with a double-lined diamond pattern, ...

  • Paul Revere, Jr., Silver Cann

    Lot: 70
    Sold for: $120,000$100,000

    Paul Revere, Jr., Silver Cann, Boston, c. 1780, pear-shaped body with molded flared rim on molded circular splayed foot, double scroll hollow handle with acanthus leaf on upper handle and scroll ...

  • Six Coin Silver Teaspoons

    Lot: 71
    Sold for: $4,500$3,750

    Six Coin Silver Teaspoons, 18th century, one with upturned rounded handle with mid-rib, with the crest of a hound courant, associated with Robert Treat Paine, on back of handle, and shell and drop ...

  • Two Coin Silver Tablespoons

    Lot: 219
    Sold for: $8,400$7,000

    Two Coin Silver Tablespoons, Paul Revere, Jr., Boston, c. 1800, each with oval bowl and downturned coffin handle with engraved "AH" monogram and "REVERE" maker's mark, lg. 9 in., approx. 4 troy oz. ...

  • Aaron Willard Jr. Mahogany Tall Clock

    Lot: 510
    Sold for: $31,200$26,000

    Aaron Willard Jr. Mahogany Tall Clock, Boston, c. 1800, the hood with pierced fret, twist columns, and Corinthian capitals flanking the painted iron dial marked Aaron Willard, Jr./Boston, painted ...

  • Two Silver Beakers

    Lot: 127
    Sold for: $8,400$7,000

    Two Silver Beakers, Paul Revere Jr., Boston, Massachusetts, active 1735-1818, tapered cylindrical body, with bright-cut wheelwork and embossed spherule decoration around rim and base, engraved ...

  • Henry Pelham, After John Singleton Copley (American, 1749-1806) Portrait Miniature of Adam Babcock.

    Lot: 250
    Sold for: $65,175$55,000

    Henry Pelham, After John Singleton Copley (American, 1749-1806) Portrait Miniature of Adam Babcock. Signed "HP" l.r. Watercolor on ivory, c. 1774, oval bust-length portrait of the gentleman ...

  • Paul Revere, Jr. Silver Cann

    Lot: 257
    Unsold  

    Paul Revere, Jr. Silver Cann, Boston, c. 1780, pear-shaped body with molded flared rim on molded circular splayed foot, double scroll hollow handle with sprig on upper handle and scroll terminal on ...

  • Paul Revere Jr. Silver Spoon

    Lot: 49
    Sold for: $6,518$5,500

    Paul Revere Jr. Silver Spoon, Boston, late 18th century, the spoon with spatulate end downturned handle with monogram "B" over "TM," the back with midrib, elliptical bowl, marked "REVERE" in a ...

  • Schoolboy Watercolor Depicting the "Grand Federal Edifice,"

    Lot: 19
    Sold for: $2,607$2,200

    Schoolboy Watercolor Depicting the "Grand Federal Edifice," by Charles May Dawes, "Done at M. Lane's School," Boston area, c. 1788, signed "Charles Dawes/AElulis sua 13" l.r., watercolor and ink ...

  • Silver Spoon

    Lot: 625
    Sold for: $940$800

    Silver Spoon, Paul Revere, Jr. (1735-1818), Boston, the c. 1795 spoon with elongated oval bowl, slightly oval downturned handle with engraved bright-cut husk pendant under oval shield initialed ...

  • Silver Tongue Depressor

    Lot: 844
    Sold for: $14,100$12,000

    Silver Tongue Depressor, Paul Revere, Jr., (1734-1818), Boston, Massachusetts, fiddle coffin-shaped handle on depressor with pierced blade, stamped "REVERE" in a rectangle, lg. 5 1/8 in. ...

  • Six Small Bright-cut Silver Spoons

    Lot: 845
    Sold for: $15,275$13,000

    Six Small Bright-cut Silver Spoons, Paul Revere, Jr. (1734--1818), Boston, Massachusetts, the circa 1800 spoons each with swag-form shell design on the back of elongated oval bowls, rounded upturned ...