50 pc Gorham 1922 Edgeworth Sterling flatware setting

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  • Item Category: Metals
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 28,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction
This is a ten day auction.
Up for bid is a 5o piece set in the Gorham Edgeworth pattern.
All pieces are monogrammed with a W (or an M, not sure!), and labeled sterling, with the Gorham hallmark.
This set is in barely used condition. I can send detailed photos if you wish.
The only flaw is one of the knives has a rattle when you shake it.
Needs polishing, but will wipe easily because of little tarnish.
No dings or dents.
Will be mailed in tarnish free cloth.
Includes:
Twelve knives
Twelve dinner forks
Twelve dessert forks
Twelve spoons
One butter knife
One sugar spoon
I am an honest ebay-er.
I strive for open communication, and happy bidders, so bid with confidence.
Please contact me with questions, or photo requests.
Sold as is. No returns. No international shipping.
Priority shipping to the 48 contiguous states will be $11. AK and HI will be extra.
Insurance is not included, but strongly recommended as I am not responsible for damage or loss.
MA residents will pay 5% sales tax.
Paypal and postal money orders accepted.
Please check out my other listings.
Thanks!

Although I believe this set to be matching, t are a few differences on the back that might be useful.
The butter knife and sugar spoon both have "Chapin-O'Brien" printed on the back.
The dinner forks have an "M" next to the halmarks.
And the spoons have a "T".
I'm not sure if this is typical, but I thought everyone should know.
Good luck!

This set weighs just under five pounds (wrapped in six different tarnish free cloths).

The knife is 8 3/4 inches. The butter knife is 7 inches. The dinner fork is 7 inches. The dessert/ salad fork is 6 1/2 inches. The spoon is 5 5/8 inches. And the sugar spoon is 5 7/8 inches.
Hope that helps everyone.
Also might be obvious, but the regular knife is not solid sterling. The blade is stainless.

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