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    Silver - Paul Revere

    Paul Revere (1734-1818) was an American silversmith & a patriot in the American Revolution. While Revere struggled as a merchant, his success as a silversmith enabled him to pursue & leverage more advanced technological developments for the purposes of mass production. Rolling mills greatly improved the productivity of his silver shop & enabled his business to move further away from manufacturing high-end customized products in order to focus on the production of a more standardized set of goods


    Silver - Paul Revere

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    A SILVER TABLE SPOON - MARK OF PAUL REVERE JR., BOSTON, CIRCA 1780 - Engraved with monogram P, marked with Kane mark D on handle 8 ½ in. (21.5 cm.) long; 2 oz. (66 gr.)

    MARK OF PAUL REVERE JR., BOSTON, CIRCA 1780 -A SILVER TABLE SPOON

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    A SILVER PUNCH STRAINER - MARK OF PAUL REVERE SR., BOSTON, CIRCA 1750 - Circular bowl with molded and incised lip, pierced with a radiating pattern of dots, each handle with scroll tips and heart and flattened ball end, engraved underneath handle TG and with scratchweight 4oz., also with retailer's mark DAVIS PALMER & CO., Boston, circa 1840, marked underneath handle P.REVERE (Kane mark G) 10 ¼ in. (26 cm.) wide over handles; 4 oz. (131 gr.)

    MARK OF PAUL REVERE SR., BOSTON, CIRCA 1750 -A SILVER PUNCH STRAINER

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    A SILVER TWO-HANDLED CUP - MARK OF PAUL REVERE, PROBABLY JR., BOSTON, CIRCA 1775 - Cylindrical, on circular foot, the body with slightly everted rim and two scroll handles, the body engraved with crest and monogram WHW, engraved under base with block initials HC, marked under base 3¼in. high; 3oz.

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    Paul Revere, Patriot (1734-1818): Rare and Important Boston Federal Silver Sugar Urn and Cover, Circa 1800 - Of cylindrical form, engraved with a border of medallions suspending tasseled drapery swags beneath a vine border at the rim, an oval medallion enclosing the initials "WMH" in foliate script & date "1800," the circular foot with matching vine border above the square base engraved with a tripartite leaf at each corner... marked "REVERE" within rectangle on one side of the base. H 9 1/4 in

    PAUL REVERE, PATRIOT (1734-1818): RARE AND IMPORTANT BOSTON FEDERAL SILVER SUGAR URN AND COVER, CIRCA 1800.

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    A SILVER CREAM JUG MADE FOR MOSES MICHAEL HAYS - MARK OF PAUL REVERE JR., BOSTON, 1783 - Of inverted pear form, on circular foot with beaded borders, with gadrooned rim and double scroll handle, engraved beneath the spout with monogram MRH within foliate surround, marked near rim, also marked under base with accession number 734.1973 5 ¼ in. (13.1 cm.) high; 5 oz. (165 gr.)

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    A SET OF TWELVE AMERICAN SILVER DESSERT SPOONS - MARK OF PAUL REVERE, JR., BOSTON, CIRCA 1780 - Each with oval bowl and downturned handle, engraved on front with flowers and monogram JSR within a bright-cut cartouche, marked on reverse with Kane mark G 6½ in. (16.5 cm.) long; 9 oz. (289 gr.) (12)

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    AN AMERICAN SILVER CREAM JUG - MARK OF PAUL REVERE, JR., BOSTON, 1795-1800 - Urn-form, on a canted rectangular foot, the body faceted and with strap handle, engraved under spout with monogram HM in script, also later engraved Agnes McKean, marked on foot with Kane mark D 6 3/8 in. (16.2 cm.) high; 7 oz. 10 dwt. (241 gr.)

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    AN AMERICAN SILVER QUART CANN - MARK OF PAUL REVERE, BOSTON, 1787 - Baluster-form, on a molded circular foot, the double-scroll handle with acanthus grip, the body engraved with monogram TJL within a neoclassical cartouche, marked under base and on rim with Kane mark B 6 1/8 in. (15.5 cm.) high; 17 oz. 10 dwt. (550 gr.)

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    AN IMPORTANT PAIR OF SILVER SAUCEBOATS - MARK OF PAUL REVERE JR., BOSTON, CIRCA 1790 - Each oval on three scroll and shell feet, the rim with applied beading, the double-scroll handle with acanthus grip, engraved under spout Hays in script, each marked underneath with Kane mark B. 8 in. (20.3 cm.) long; 27 oz. (852 gr.) (2)

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    A FINE SET OF SIX LARGE SILVER TABLESPOONS MARK OF PAUL REVERE, JR., BOSTON, 1783 - Each with oval bowl and downturned rounded handle, engraved on front with script monogram DMS, marked on reverse (Kane mark C) 8¾ in. (22 cm.) long; 11 oz. (350 gr.) (6)

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    A PAIR OF SILVER SUGAR TONGS MARK OF PAUL REVERE, JR., BOSTON, CIRCA 1795-1800 Spring form, with shell tips and wrigglework and bead borders, engraved with script initial R, marked on reverse (Kane mark D) 5¾ in. (14.6 cm.) long; 1 oz. 10 dwt. (59 gr.)

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    A SILVER TEAPOT STAND - MARK OF PAUL REVERE, JR., BOSTON, CIRCA 1785 - Shaped oval, on four paw feet, with molded rim, the field with bright-cut engraved neo-classical decoration, the center later engraved with the monogram BF within a cartouche, marked on reverse (Kane mark B) 6 3/8 in. (16.2 cm.) long; 4 oz. 10 dwt. (150 gr.)

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    An American Silver Cann, Paul Revere Jr., Boston, circa 1775 of plain baluster form on molded spreading foot, with leaf-capped double-scroll handle marked on base REVERE in rectangle (Kane mark B) height 5 1/8 in.

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    An American Silver Bowl, Paul Revere Jr., Boston, circa 1790 circular, on a spreading circular foot, bright-cut and engraved beneath the rim with a band of acorns and oak leaves against a striated ground, the foot with scallops, one side engraved with contemporary script initials HCS within a garter, the opposite side with script initials EH? marked on base REVERE in rectangle (Kane mark C) diameter 6 5/8 in. [Sold for 116,500 USD]

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    An American Silver Porringer, Paul Revere, Jr., Boston, circa 1790 of wide circular form, with keyhole handle engraved with contemporary script initial L marked near center of bowl pellet Revere in rectangle (Kane mark B) 8 5/8 in. [Sold for 46,875 USD]

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    Sugar Bowl and Creamer, 1790–1800 - Paul Revere, Jr. (American, 1734–1818) Silver

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    Teapot, 1796 - Paul Revere, Jr. (American, 1734–1818) Silver

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    Set of four beakers, 1795 - Paul Revere, Jr. (American, 1734–1818) Silver

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    Tankard, ca. 1795 - Paul Revere, Jr. (American, 1734–1818) Silver

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    Hot-water urn, 1791 - Paul Revere, Jr. (American, 1734–1818), Maker - Made in Boston - Silver, ivory

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    Pair of canns, 1783 - Paul Revere, Jr. (American, 1734–1818) Silver

    Paul Revere, Jr. (1734–1818) | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    Teapot, ca. 1782 - Paul Revere, Jr. (American, 1734–1818) Silver

    Paul Revere, Jr.: Teapot (69.147) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    Pair of sauceboats, ca. 1765 - Paul Revere, Jr. (American, 1734–1818) Silver

    Paul Revere, Jr.: Pair of sauceboats (46.40.1-.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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    An Early American Silver Tablespoon - Maker: Paul Revere, Jr., Boston, MA, c. 1790 - Plain with single drop heel, engraved with script initials NPR, marked Revere.

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    Early American Silver Teaspoon by Paul Revere, Jr. - Maker: Paul Revere, Jr., Boston, MA, c. 1770 - The oval bowl with asymetrical fancy back scroll, small shoulders, the stem with engraved feather-edging and an asymetrical scroll cartouche engraved "PM/to/EC", marked on back with initial mark. A tablespoon with the same scroll cartouche on the stem is illustrated and described in American Silver 1655-1825 in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, vol. 1, no. 360, p. 413.

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