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for reproductions of personal articles
owned by Humphrey and Lucy Chadbourne
which were unearthed during the excavation of their manor house

The Swan – sealing wax embossing stamp

Original Replica

This Swan has been adopted as the symbol of the Chadbourne excavation

Price: $16.00 each

Silver Spoon - engraved with the initials of
Humphrey and Lucy Chadbourne

Click here to enlarge

made by America’s 1st silversmith, John Hull, and his partner Robert Sanderson
both makers placed their marks on the spoon twice

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Price: $80
.00 each plus $5 shipping and Handling

Cash or check with order; delivery 4-6 weeks.
John Hull was also America’s first mintmaster, having produced the oak tree shilling and pine tree shilling. He became the wealthiest man in America. His daughter married Samuel Sewall, who became one of the judges at the Salem Witch trials. Hull’s first apprentice was Jeremiah Dummer, the first American-born silversmith. Jeremiah’s son, William, established Governor Dummer Academy in Newbury, Mass.