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Early Coin Silver GORHAM Master Salt Cellar / Dish MEDALLION c1860s no mono. Early Coin Silver – Gorham – Medallion – Master Salt Cellar / pedestal dish – weighs 2.92 troy ozs. Wonderful classical Medallion pattern with a gold washed bowl portion. Marked: with the Gorham hallmarks, 460. Measurements: 3 1/8″ in height and measures ..

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You are purchasing a beautiful antique coin silver or sterling salt cellar that acid tests silver that I believe was made by Gorham circa 1860. There are no hallmarks on the piece that I can find and it looks like other medallion cellars that I have had in the past that were marked. It is ..

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You are purchasing a beautiful antique coin silver or sterling salt cellar that acid tests silver that I believe was made by Gorham circa 1860. There are no hallmarks on the piece that I can find and it looks like other medallion cellars that I have had in the past that were marked. It is ..

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The salts are approximately 2.5 in diameter, approximately 3.5 from end to end, and just over 2 from bottom to the tips of the medallions. Both salts are clearly marked 260. There are no other marks, but it would seem that these are Gorham salts in the number 260 pattern. The salts are in absolutely ..

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You are purchasing a beautiful antique coin silver or sterling salt cellar that acid tests silver that I believe was made by Gorham circa 1860. There are no hallmarks on the piece that I can find and it looks like other medallion cellars that I have had in the past that were marked. It is ..

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They measure 1 3/8″ tall and 2 1/2″ diameter. These beautiful salts stand on three legs with a floral repousse decoration. The interior has a worn gold wash. Excellent condition with normal surface scratches from age and use. Check our other auctions as we are listing a small collection of sterling and early American coin ..

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