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I have a Reed and Barton silver teapot with warming stand that I would like to k is the approximate value of for use when I auction it on eBay.  I have searched and searched for one that is even similar and have not found it in months of looking at a saved search that gathers results constantly.  It has been monogrammed which no doubt will detract from the value.  I am attaching an image of it. If I am only able to upload one I will send a pic of the entire item.  The marking on the bottom that I will also send if possible says "Reed and Barton N 3760" and then there is an "8" below that.  Thanks so much in advance!


Since the word, "Sterling", is missing, there is a good chance this is made of silver plate. "3760" is the model number and perhaps "8" means 8 cups.

Visit this site to see what appears to be other items in a potential set of this pattern. You could join Worthpoint for a trial membership to see what these items sold for in 2007.

Sorry I could be of not help.

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