JULEP CUP/BEAKER RARE AUGUSTA, GEORGIA CLARK, RACKETT & CO. COIN SILVER 1840-52


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An excellent example of a rare Augusta, Georgia coin silver julep cup / beaker by Clark, Rackett & Company working circa 1840 to 1852.   Horace Clark & George Rackett were silversmiths and jewelers located on the corner of Broad & McIntosh streets in Augusta.  They were also known to have produced daguerreotypes as early as 1845.
The name engraved on the cup is "LOUISA (S.?) EVE  JANY. '49".  The Eve's are a very important and historic Augusta family starting with Joseph Eve the inventor of the Eve Cotton Gin that preceded the Whitney Cotton Gin.  3 1/2 high, 3 1/8 diameter top and 2 3/4 diameter bottom.
All items are guaranteed to be original and of the period indicated in the description. Nearly all buttons being auctioned on Ebay will have a starting bid of $9.99, with no reserve ever, regardless of the button's value.  We will also list several wonderful buttons for sale, at fixed prices, in our eBay store.  We will always combine shipping for multiple purchases.  If you do make multiple fixed price purchases we will refund your excess shipping paid to your PayPal account as soon as we process the order.   For multiple auction
purchases, please request an invoice for the total cost of your purchases  before making payment. Your invoice will include a shipping charge from us and your applicable state sales tax charged by eBay. Please see our other listings of military buttons as well as other fine antique and collectible items.  We have helped build many fabulous button collections over the years and take great pleasure helping you build yours. 
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