Coin Silver Presentation Cup
"W. H. Renaud Sep. 4th, 1869"

With Bust of Stonewall Jackson
New Orleans

Coin Silver Presentation Cup<br />
"W. H. Renaud Sep. 4th, 1869", Image 1

This silver presentation cup, with applied handle, features a bas relief profile of General Stonewall Jackson on front and is engraved on rim "W. H. Renaud Sep. 4th, 1869." The cup is marked on bottom "E. A. TYLER, NEW ORLEANS," dimples, overall very good. William H. Renaud was a member of the Company C, Ellison's Confederate Guards Regiment who also served in Fender's Battery during the Civil War. In 1861 he is listed in the NOLA City Directory as an accountant. He eventually became a successful businessman.

E. A. Tyler was a jeweler and watchmaker on Canal Street who also advertised "silver and plated ware" but apparently was a retailer and not a silversmith.

Date: Circa 1869

Measurement: Height: 4-inches


SKU: 232-158

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