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  1. Attributed to Isaac Jackson
    American, 1734–1807, active Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1762–1807
    Porringer

    c. 1770–1807
    Pewter
    B.53.1.1
  2. Attributed to Samuel Pennock
    American, 1754–c. 1843
    Porringer

    c. 1775–1825
    Pewter
    B.53.1.3
  3. Attributed to Isaac Jackson
    American, 1734–1807, active Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1762–1807
    Porringer

    c. 1770–1807
    Pewter
    B.53.1.5
  4. Attributed to Elisha Kirk
    American, 1757–1790
    Porringer

    c. 1780–1790
    Pewter
    B.53.1.6
  5. Israel Trask
    American, 1786–1867
    Coffeepot

    c. 1820–1840
    Pewter, wood
    B.53.9
  6. Boardman & Company
    American, active 1825–1827
    Flagon

    c. 1825–1827
    Pewter and wood
    B.53.10
  7. Nancy Ellis Brewster
    American, after 1791–1846
    View of Mount Vernon

    c. 1805–1810
    Silk and watercolor
    B.54.15
  8. Probably Susan Parker
    American, dates unknown
    Fishing Party

    c. 1815
    Watercolor on wove paper
    B.55.18
  9. Thomas Danforth Boardman
    American, 1784–1873
    Porringer

    c. 1810–1830
    Pewter
    B.56.186.1
  10. Samuel Hamlin
    American, 1746–1801
    Dish

    1767–1856
    Pewter
    B.58.71
  11. American
    Fireback

    c. 1759–1760
    Cast iron
    B.58.94
  12. Samuel Danforth
    American, 1774–1816
    Porringer

    c. 1795–1816
    Pewter
    B.58.97
  13. Samuel Ely Hamlin
    American, 1774–1864, active 1801–1856
    Porringer

    1801–1820
    Pewter
    B.58.98
  14. Thomas Danforth Boardman
    American, 1784–1873
    Porringer

    c. 1810–1830
    Pewter
    B.58.99
  15. Johannis Nys
    American, 1671–1734
    Tankard

    c. 1692–1734
    Silver
    B.58.117
  16. Joseph Richardson, Sr.
    American, 1711–1784
    Porringer

    c. 1732–1750
    Silver
    B.58.155
  17. American
    Log Fork

    18th century
    Wrought iron and brass
    B.59.30
  18. Joseph Richardson, Sr.
    American, 1711–1784
    Teapot

    c. 1745–1775
    Silver
    B.60.29
  19. American
    Baptismal Certificate

    c. 1820–1825
    Ink and watercolor on laid paper
    B.60.40
  20. Frederick Bassett
    American, 1740–1800
    Tankard

    c. 1761–1799
    Pewter
    B.60.55
  21. Edward Danforth
    American, 1765–1830
    Beaker

    c. 1786–1800
    Pewter
    B.60.61
  22. Thomas Danforth, III
    American, 1756–1840
    Beaker

    c. 1777–1818
    Pewter
    B.60.62
  23. Nathaniel Austin
    American, 1741–1816
    Cann

    c. 1763–1807
    Pewter
    B.60.64
  24. Joseph Danforth, Sr.
    American, 1758–1788
    Cann

    c. 1779–1788
    Pewter
    B.60.65
  25. Joseph Danforth, Sr.
    American, 1758–1788
    Cann

    c. 1779–1788
    Pewter
    B.60.66
  26. Thomas Danforth, II
    American, 1731–1782
    Dish

    1755–1782
    Pewter
    B.60.71
  27. Frederick Bassett
    American, 1740–1800
    Plate

    1761–1799
    Pewter
    B.60.72
  28. Thomas Danforth, III
    American, 1756–1840
    Saucer

    c. 1777–1820
    Pewter
    B.60.73
  29. John Danforth
    American, 1741–about 1799
    Plate

    c. 1762–1793
    Pewter
    B.60.74
  30. John Skinner
    American, 1733–1813
    Plate

    1760–1790
    Pewter
    B.60.75
  31. Thomas Danforth, III
    American, 1756–1840
    Saucer

    c. 1777–1820
    Pewter
    B.60.76
  32. Boardman & Company
    American, active 1825–1827
    Teapot

    1825–1827
    Pewter
    B.60.77
  33. Jacob Whitmore
    American, 1736–1825
    Cann

    c. 1780–1790
    Pewter
    B.60.78.2
  34. Attributed to John A. Brunstrom
    American, c. 1753–1793
    Basin

    1781–1793
    Pewter
    B.60.81
  35. John Skinner
    American, 1733–1813
    Basin

    1760–1790
    Pewter
    B.60.82
  36. American
    Nutmeg Grater with Case

    early 19th century
    Pewter
    B.60.96.A,.B
  37. Joseph Lownes
    American, 1758–1820, active c. 1780–1816
    Coffeepot

    c. 1790–1800
    Silver and wood
    B.61.11.1
  38. Jacob Hurd
    American, 1702–1758
    Cann

    c. 1724–1740
    Silver
    B.61.18
  39. John Dixwell
    American, 1680/81–1725
    Porringer

    1720–1725
    Silver
    B.61.19
  40. Benjamin Bunker
    American, 1751–1842
    Porringer

    1772–1820
    Silver
    B.61.20
  41. William Will
    American, born Germany, 1742–1798
    Teapot

    1785–1798
    Pewter, wood
    B.61.27
  42. Attributed to John A. Brunstrom
    American, c. 1753–1793
    Tankard

    c. 1781–1793
    Pewter
    B.61.44
  43. Samuel Hamlin
    American, 1746–1801
    Cann

    c. 1767–1856
    Pewter
    B.61.46
  44. William Cowell, Sr.
    American, 1682/83–1736
    Cann

    c. 1704–1736
    Silver
    B.61.54
  45. American
    Andiron

    c. 1790–1810
    Brass
    B.61.93.1
  46. American
    Andiron

    c. 1790–1810
    Brass
    B.61.93.2
  47. Attributed to Benjamin Blyth
    American, 1746–1795
    Portrait of the Reverend James Diman (1707–1788)

    1760s
    Pastel on paper
    B.61.106.1
  48. Simeon Soumain
    American, baptized England, 1685–c. 1750
    Tea Caddy

    c. 1728–1733
    Silver
    B.62.38.A,.B
  49. American
    Fender

    c. 1770–1780
    Bell metal, steel
    B.62.44
  50. Cornelius Kierstede
    American, 1674/5–1757
    Two-Handled Bowl

    1696–1731
    Silver
    B.63.3

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