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Dear <<First Name>>,

Below are some of our most recent acquisitions for sale. The items listed below are fresh to the market - they have never been seen at our antiques shows and they haven't been listed on our website.

If you have any questions or need more pictures, you can email us at or call 810-732-6595 (home) or 810-252-2726 (cell).

We have a large inventory of pewter, most of which is not on our website or included in this email blast. For any specific requests, please contact us. To see more listings, please visit our NEW & IMPROVED website.

Remember we guarantee everything we sell and have a 1-week full return policy.

- Bette & Mel

Blakeslee Barnes 13” Dish

Blakeslee Barnes worked in Philadelphia from 1812 to 1817. Being 13” is an uncommon size. The “GW” is a commemorative die strike for George Washington. It is pictured in Laughlin’s Vol.2, Page 560, Plate LXVII and mark #552. This dish isn’t the exact one as in the picture but similar. This added strike makes this dish more important historically. We don’t feel that the “GW” stands for George Will as some have hoped for in the past. The condition of the metal is fine.

Price: $795 plus shipping

Frederick Bassett Plate

Frederick Bassett worked in New York City and Hartford, Connecticut from 1761-1800. It is 8 7/8” in diameter. Carl Jacob in his book considers him “scarce”. The condition of the metal is good.

Price: $325 plus shipping

Thomas Badger Plate

This plate is 8 ½” in diameter. Thomas Badger worked in Boston from 1787-1815. The condition of the metal and mark is near mint.

Price: $275 plus shipping

Gill, ½ Pint & Pint Bud Measures

These 3 English Bud measures are 18th Century and essentially unused. The Gill is marked by Thomas Mathews. The condition is fine for the gill, ½ pint and pint. We are selling as a set as they match so perfectly. The price is a bargain too.

Price: $995 plus shipping

Double Volute Quart Measure

This double volute measure is probably English (but could be American) and 18th Century. It is quart size. On the lid and handle is marked “CP” for commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The “CP” mark suggest that it was used in Philadelphia. The condition is very good.

Price: $695 plus shipping

Scottish Embryo Shell Gill Measure

This Scottish embryo measure is 19th Century. Probably around 1825. It has the typical anti-wobble ring on the under surface of the lid. It is in fine condition.

Price: $300 plus shipping

Irish Handleless ¼ Gill Measure

The Irish handleless measures come in only 4 sizes for a complete set. This includes the ½ pint, gill, ½ gill and ¼ gill. It dates from the 19th Century. There are 2 forms of the ¼ gill size. This is the rarer of the ¼ gill size. We have only had a two to sell in all our years of business. The condition is fine.

Price: $95 plus shipping

Barber’s Bowl

This European barber’s bowl has a ring handle, is 8” long, 6” wide and 2” high. Hornsby dates it as 18th Century. The condition is very good.

Price: $225 plus shipping

Sconce Lamp

This sconce lamp is 6 ½” high. It is American and 19th Century, signed by Yale & Curtis, New York City, c.1848. With the ring handle it can be hung on a wall or laid flat on a table. It is unique with the mark struck on the yoke. The condition is good.

Price: $625 plus shipping

Salt Box

This salt box is 3 ½” deep, 5” wide and 8” high. It is European and 18th Century. The condition is very good.

Price: $85 plus shipping

Thanks and have a great day!

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