DescriptionAN EDGAR MORTIMER EOFF COIN SILVER CUP
Edgar Mortimer Eoff, New York, New York, circa 1890
Marks: E.M.E., BALL.TOMPKINS & BLACK
4-5/8 inches high (11.7 cm)
From a Private West Coast Collection
The tapering cup with floral and acanthus leaf decoration throughout, having a C-scroll handle with thumb rest and raised on a conforming foot with stylized foliate band; monogrammed Fream Lee Smith to central cartouche. Originally retailed by Ball, Tompkins & Black, New York, New York.
The rim with dents rendering it slightly out of round, surface scratches and wear throughout, nicks to rim of foot.
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