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September/October 2017 ~ Vol. 28/01
New book: Artists’ Spoons & Related Table Cutlery by Simon Moors
A knight with shining silver by Luke Delmas
Feedback
Review – Lyon & Turnbull sale of Scottish silver
Results for the Club Postal Auction
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July/August 2017 ~ Vol. 27/06
A sun in its splendour – indisputably Dingwall? – Part II by Kenneth Reid
Dessert spoons v teaspoons by Richard Turner
Mr Smith goes to Uttoxeter by Michael Baggott
A harlequin canteen by Charles Spencer
A pair of Hanoverian tablespoons by Luke Delmas
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May/June 2017 ~ Vol. 27/05
Obituary – Alan Kelsey
Small work by the Harache Company of silversmiths by David McKinley
Russian communist Silver 1927 – 1992 by Jamie Brener
A souvenir of Crow’s chophouse, Coleman Street by Luke Schrager
A fascinating resource rediscovered by Granville Gregg
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March/April 2017 ~ Vol. 27/04
A proposed Assay office for Aberdeen by Wynyard Wilkinson
Some thoughts on the ‘Grant Dot’ by Luke Delmas
Book: The Sgian Dubh by Malcolm Ferris-Lay
Winchester Trefids – some new conclusions by Tim Kent
Postal Auction
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January/February 2017 ~ Vol. 27/03
Thomas Burridge’s Master by Laurence Joyce
A sun in its splendour – indisputably Dingwall? – part 1 by Kenneth Reid
William Trewin of Launceston? By David Whitbread
Every picture (bowl) tells a story by Graham Thurston & Kathleen Yorik
Feedback
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November/December 2016 ~ Vol. 27/02
Collecting by David Orfeur
A reappraisal of the freedom of Jean Jacob by David McKinley
Musings on spoon volumes – part 2 by Granville Gregg
New Book – Artists’ Spoons & Related Table Cutlery by Simon Moore
Feedback
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September/October 2016 ~ Vol. 27/01
Patent hinged sugar tongs by Robert Gutsell
Why no duty mark by David McKinley
An early Australian silver gift by Jolyon Warwick James
Obituary – Hugh Baigent & Myrtle Ellis
Tupu by Wynyard Wilkinson
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July/August 2016 ~ Vol. 26/06
An interesting Roman spoon by David Whitbread
Rare flatware of The Caithness Legion by Colin Fraser
The ‘thistle-b-thistle’ marks – an update by Robert Gutsell
A York Puritan spoon of 1662 by Anthony Dove
Musings on spoon volumes – part 1 by Granville Gregg
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May/June 2016 ~ Vol. 26/05
A young Finial member’s view to collecting by Jack Allum
More on William Darby patent spoons by Alistair Wilson
A 1480 Wrythen knop spoon restored by Tony Lewis
Grecian pattern puzzle by Michael Bodden
The Royal Exchange private-die by Wynyard Wilkinson
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March/April 2016 ~ Vol. 26/04
Diamond Point and Acorn Top spoons by David Whitbread
Panter & Hall and Rachel Ross
Baltic ‘captains’ spoons by Robert Gutsell
Edward VIII/George VI coronation spoons by Wynyard Wilkinson
Fakes & Forgeries seminar – Goldsmiths’ Hall
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Januray/February 2016 ~ Vol. 26/03
A possible mark for Jeremy Harache by David McKinley
Cutlery to go with flatware by Richard Stagg
Obituary – William Frederick Arthur Buck
A 3D printed spoon by Mild Harrison
Book – Silver Spoons of Britain 1200-1720 by David Constable
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November/December 2015 ~ Vol. 26/02
A chilling tale by Alex Butcher
Starting to collect by Michael Bodden
Investigating a Stirling goldsmith by Lyndsay McGill
Feedback
Answers – The Jolyon Warwick James crossword – No. 2
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September/October 2015 ~ Vol. 26/01
The Eleven O’clock Clock Club by Jolyon Warwick James
The Jolyon Warwick James Crossword – No. 2
Irish laws & regulations compared to British by Anthony Dove
An unexpected surprise by Nina Ball
Georgian London small spoon assay anomalies by Richard Turner
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July/August 2015 ~ Vol. 25/06
A controversial spoon by Tony Lewis
Plate fraud in the 18th century by David McKinley
Samuel Blachford of Plymouth – a new maker’s mark by Miles Harrison
On a Russian commemorative theme by Anne Graham
One of the first Hanoverians by David Orfeur
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May/June 2015 ~ Vol. 25/05
Mea Culpa – Anthony Dove
The Biggart family and Kilmaurs cutlery (Part 2) by Campbell Armstrong
Auction review – Tennants – 20th March
We are only human – by David McKinley
Feedback
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March/April 2015 ~ Vol. 25/04
More light on Thomas Issod, spoonmaker by Tim Kent
First Tuesday meetings
The Biggart family and Kilmaurs cutlery (Part 1) by Campbell Armstrong
Review – Bonhams ‘The Scottish Sale’, 16th April by Mr M
Results for the Club Postal Auction – 16th April
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January/February 2015 ~ Vol. 25/03
Dryad Metal Works by Miles Harrison
The conundrum of Liberty’s Cymric spoon designs by Simon Moore
Feedback
Review – Christie’s – The Runnymede spoon collection by David Constable
Results for the Club Postal Auction – 8th January
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November/December 2014 ~ Vol. 25/02
The Jolyon Warwick James Crossword – No. 1
Early Scottish silver collectors, Breadalbane – by Colin Fraser
A mysterious plate tax of the 18th century by David McKinley
Feedback
The Club Postal Auction
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September/October 2014 ~ Vol. 25/01
The influence of the reformation of London hallmarking by David Mckinley
The Ayr spoon request by Kirkpatrick Dobie
The broad arrow mark by Luke Schrager
Review – Lyon & Turnbull sale – 13th August 2014 by Mr M
Review – Fellows Sale, Birmingham by Emma Cann
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July/August 2014 ~ Vol. 24/06
New light on Huguenot influence on English silver by David Mckinley
The press mark stub in 1781 by Anthony Dove
The Higgins Workshop – 1930s
A transitional snuff spoon by David McKinley
Report on the Swindon spoon club meeting 2014 by Anthony Dove
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May/June 2014 ~ Vol. 24/05
The Silver Society – Recording church plate in Suffolk by Richard Jonas
Really another souvenir spoon by Paul Holmes
A touch of Frost by Michael Baggott
Review – Bonhams ‘The Scottish Sale’ by Mr M
Results for the Club Postal Auction – 15th May
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March/April 2014 ~ Vol. 24/04
Spoon maker identification requests
Miniature Georgian silver sugar tongs by Graham Hodges
A scarce Scottish ‘spatula end’ tablespoon by Colin Fraser
York Assay marks – food for thought by Richard Turner
For Latin scholars who collect spoons by Jolyon Warwick James
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January/February 2014 ~ Vol. 24/03
Communion spoons in the Church of Scotland by Kirkpatrick Dobie
Launceston spoons and their makers by Tim Kent
A coronation mark on Russian silver flatware by Gordon Rodgers
A Keswick School of Industrial Arts ladle by D.B. Bell
New date for Bonhams ‘Scottish sale’ by Mr M
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September/October & November/December 2013 ~ Vols. 24-01 & 02
Friday afternoon spoons by Paul Holmes
Queen Anne ‘Hanoverian’ by Richard Stagg
A visit to Sheffield Assay office by Granville Greg
Scottish provincial mark ‘JMcl’ by Richard Turner
Book – Illustrated Directory of Scottish Provincial Silversmiths
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May/June & July/August 2013 (Vols 23/05-06) ~ Vols. 23-05 & 06 in PDF
French spoon, English owner by David Whitbread
A 'collection' of Scottish provincial marks by Colin Fraser
A tutor's assistant of 1812 by Anthony Dove
Scottish caddy spoon by Lyndsay McGill
A spoon - John Emery by Miles Harrison
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March/April 2013 (Volume 23/04) ~ Vol. 23/04 in PDF
New research into Scotland's earliest sugar tongs by Lyndsay McGill
The Des Rumeaux apprenticeship mystery by David McKinley
The Benson collection of early spoons by Amber Hailes
Postal Auction
Complimentary tickets - Antiques For Everyone, NEC.
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January/February 2013 (Volume 23/03) ~ Vol. 23/03 in PDF
Book review - Early Australian Silver by Jolyon Warwick James
The piercing of mote spoons by David McKinley
St. Kentigern spoons by D.B. Bell
Feedback
Postal Auction
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November/December 2012 (Volume 23/02) ~ Vol. 23/02 in PDF
An Australian teaspoon by Michael Baggott
K.S.I.A. silver spoons by D.B. Bell
New Publications: The Tain Silver Collection & Silver - The Aberdeen Story
Some thoughts on research by Tim Kent
Chinese export silver 1785-1940 by Adrien von Ferscht
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September/October 2012 (Volume 23/01) ~ Vol. 23/01 in PDF
Where have all the dolphins gone? by Walter Brown
The rebus by Piers Percival`
'AB' and castle marks by David Whitbread
A mysterious Harrache spoon by David Mckinley
A friend's warning by Laurence Joyce
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July/August 2012 (Volume 22/06) ~ Vol. 22/06 in PDF
John Wood of Chichester by David Constable
An American spoon with history by David Orfeur
A Cape silversmith mark identified by Michael Baggott
Mark identification request by Paul Light
Tours of Birmingham Assay Office by Richard Turner
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May/June 2012 (Volume 22/05) ~ Vol. 22/05 in PDF
A West-Country goldsmith of the 16th century by Tim Kent
Cutlers - Ephraim & John How by Bill Brown
A Channel Island discovery by Michael Baggott
Simon Moore sends in some feedback
Tim Kent responds
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March/April 2012 (Volume 22/04) ~ Vol. 22/04 in PDF
Lemon strainers as communion spoons? by Paul Holmes
A newly discovered Huguenot small worker by David McKinley
A 'tower' royal mint hallmark by Ted Daw
Caveat emptor by Richard Turner
What's in a name? some thoughts about early maker's marks by Paul Holmes
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January/February 2012 (Volume 22/03) ~ Vol. 22/03 in PDF
Exeter - the first cycle 1701-1724 by Tim Kent
A provincial goldsmiths stock - George Lowe I of Chester by Michael Baggott
George Balsillie in Dundee by Jonathan & Laurence Joyce
John Lacey Hawkins - spoonmaker & thief-taker by Trevor Downes
A New Publication - The Benson Collection of Early Silver Spoons by David Constable
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November/December 2011 (Volume 22/02) ~ Vol. 22/02 in PDF
A New Publication - Aberdeen Silver, A Collectors Guide by Michael Wilson
A Dutch memento mori spoon & fork - part 2 by Kevin Brown
The flatware of Georg Jensen by James Baldwin
Sinister Assay Marking by Richard Turner
The cries of 1696 and the great Recoinage my David McKinley
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September/October 2011 (Volume 22/01) ~ Vol. 22/01 in PDF
A Dutch Mori spoon & fork set (1672) from New York - pt. 1 by Kevin Brown
The reappearance of a major Scottish provincial rarity by Colin Fraser
Seven teaspoons that tell a story by Luke Schrager
A few early ladles and strainers by David Whitbread
A new publication: Collecting Silver by Richard Turner
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July/August 2011 (Volume 21/06) ~ Vol. 21/06 in PDF
An unusual drop on Scottish provincial tablespoons by Kenneth J Reid
The introduction of the thistle mark at Edinburgh by Laurence Joyce
What ever happened to Jeremiah Garfield? by Trevor Downes
Samuel Richardson of Worcester by Cathlyn Davidson
New book release - The First Huguenot Silversmiths of London
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May/June 2011 (Volume 21/05) ~ Vol. 21/05 in PDF
Smallworks and the Goldsmiths' Company by David McKinley
Top-marking of flatware before 1781 by Anthony Dove
A big story from a little spoon by Estelle Quick
A pair of Scottish spoons from the Breadalbane collection by Laurence Joyce
An example of the counterfeiters' art - additional info by Trevor Downes
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March/April 2011 (Volume 21/04) ~ Vol. 21/04 in PDF
The 'London forgery group' re-visited by Tim Kent
An unusual 18th century drop by Anthony Dove
An example of the counterfeiters' art by Trevor Downes
Apologies to a 17th century spoonmaker by David Whitbread
With compliments - Edward Barnard & Sons by Aelred Tobin
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January/February 2011 (Volume 21/03) ~ Vol. 21/03 in PDF
Macaroni servers - an American speciality by Miles Harrison
1739-1755 London hallmarking by David McKinley
A piece of Carden Terry's personal flatware by Trevor Downes
A brief review of three Scottish Sales by Mr M.
The Auchentorlie spoon
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November/December 2010 (Volume 21/02) ~ Vol. 21/02 in PDF
A Trefid variant by David Orfeur
York: Edward Jackson by Richard Jonas
Andreas Sperl - maker of captain's spoons by Jurgen Beyer
Transitional Trefids by David Whitbread
Nathaniel Mills - the king of castle tops by Cliff Proctor
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September/October 2010 (Volume 21/01) ~ Vol. 21/01 in PDF
A Lewis Discovery by Michael Baggott
The Barncleuch Puritan spoon
Unusual town marks for Glasgow by Kenneth Reid
Three spoons for the 21st century by Anne Graham
A furry 'JS' mark by Bruce Jones
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July/August 2010 (Volume 20/06) ~ Vol. 20/06 in PDF
Hallmarks on English coins by David Orfeur
A Friday afternoon Trefid by David Whitbread
Review - The Griffin spoon sale - by Tim Kent
Further thoughts on early 18th C. small spoons by David McKinley
Book: An illustrated guide to York hallmarks by Michael Baggott
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May/June 2010 (Volume 20/05) ~ Vol. 20/05 in PDF
Edward Anthony - puritan spoonmaker by Tim Kent
The mint sauce ladle by Miles Harrison
Trefid tea and condiment spoons by David Whitbread
The 1739-1755 London date cycle by David McKinley
An Irish spoon - David Peter & John Letablere by David Orfeur
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March/April 2010 (Volume 20/04) ~ Vol. 20/04 in PDF
Some doubts on the attribution of the Mitre mark by Jonathan & Laurence Joyce
A tale of two forks by Luke Schrager
A Southampton seal-top by David Whitbread
A naval Hanoverian spoon - Pentecost Symonds by David Orfeur
A captain's spoon from Pernau, Estonia by Anne Graham
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January/February 2010 (Volume 20/03) ~ Vol. 20/03 in PDF
Hand-made silverwork - a new factory for an old trade by Mary Haines
Thee remarkable tablespoons from Edinburgh by Kevin Brown
Tricuspid & bicuspid duty marks used in Edinburgh by Kenneth Reid
Duty or dissent? By Michael Aryton
Hallmarking of Newcastle small silver & tongs by Miles Harrison
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November/December 2009 (Volume 20/02) ~ Vol. 20/02 in PDF
Nelson Walker: silversmith, shipbuilder & Surveyor by Laurence Joyce
Obituary - Eric J.G. Smith (1927-2009) by Alexis Butcher
The importance of 'link' spoons by Tim Kent
Another look at the attribution of Harache marks by David McKinley
The Club Postal Auction
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September/October 2009 (Volume 20/01) ~ Vol. 20/01 in PDF
A little light on the Welches by Tim Kent
Exhibition - The Bishoplands Fellowship - Whiteley Galleries, V&A
Nearly a very early Fiddle pattern by David Whitbread
Some thoughts on decorated teaspoons 1763-1810 by John Manasseh
Review - Lyon & Turnbull - Scottish Silver - 17th August 2009
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July/August 2009 (Volume 19/06) ~ Vol. 19/06 in PDF
Plate duty and The Goldsmiths' Company by David McKinley
Maker's mark 'NC' conjoined on Trefid spoons by David Whitbread
A spoon from Vilna by Anne Graham
Andrew Davidson and the Edinburgh Assay Office by Laurence Joyce
Review - Thomson Roddick Scottish Auctions - 21st May - by Mr M
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May/June 2009 (Volume 19/05) ~ Vol. 19/05 in PDF
Silenus or Falstaff? By David Whitbread
The runcible spoon by Michael Ayrton
Scottish provincial silversmiths - An occasional series, No. 10 by E. Daw
You can trust English hallmarks by Graham Thurston
The reverend Charles Godfrey Langdon by Christopher Langdon
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March/April 2009 (Volume 19/04) ~ Vol. 19/04 in PDF
A woman of business by Luke Schrager
The rococo by David Orfeur
The 'runcible' spoon - fact or fiction? By Robert Sparrow
Children's spoons by David Whitbread
Review - Woolley & Wallis Sale - 27th January 2009 by Colin Fraser
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January/February 2009 (Volume 19/03) ~ Vol. 19/03 in PDF
Jason Holt or Joseph Hicks? by Graham Hodges
The first high standard for English silver by David McKinley
James Sturrock in Montrose by Jonathan & Laurence Joyce
Book review - by Colin T. Fraser
Review - Bonhams, New Bond St. - 19th November 2008 by Tim Kent
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November/December 2008 (Volume 19/02) ~ Vol. 19/02 in PDF
A William & Mary marrow spoon by Geoff Pell
Early Scottish spoons by Peter Bentley
Another Hoof End spoon by Piers Percival
Collecting Russian flatware by Walter Brown
The Exeter Lions by Miles Harrison
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September/October 2008 (Volume 19/01) ~ Vol. 19/01 in PDF
An important new discovery in early Scottish silver by Colin T. Fraser
An interesting snuff spoon by Anthony Dove
A collector's August reflection by Tim Kent
A new Dumfries maker? By Michael Baggott
Review - Lyon & Turnbull Scottish sale - 26th August - By Mr M
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July/August 2008 (Volume 18/06) ~ Vol. 18/06 in PDF
Sugar & spice and all things nice - Hoof End spoons by David Orfeur
Review - 'Georgian Silver Sugar Tongs' review by Anthony Dove
The sinister side to Lot 113 by Michael Bodden
An unascribed thistle mark by Laurence Joyce
The marking of early sugar tongs by Michael Baggott
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May/June 2008 (Volume 18/05) ~ Vol. 18/05 in PDF
2008 - The year so far by Time Kent
'G.N' - A specialist maker of sugar nips by David Shlosberg
Dating mote spoons by David Mckinley
Communion or altar spoons? by Paul Holmes
Book review - Compendium of Scottish silver - review by Colin Fraser
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March/April 2008 (Volume 18/04) ~ Vol. 18/04 in PDF
A small world by David Whitbread
Sugar tongs - A West country variation by Michael Baggott
What's in a pellet? By David Orfeur
A communion spoon and its history by Peter Bentley
Review - Lyon & Turnbull sale - 13th February 2008 by Mr M
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January/February 2008 (Volume 18/03) ~ Vol. 18/03 in PDF
Early caddy spoons - where are they? By David McKinley
Two important silver sales by Tim Kent
Bruce Russell of Guernsey by Richard Stagg
A Preston commission? by Michael Baggott
Review - Bonhams - New Bond Street, 21st November 2007
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November/December 2007 (Volume 18/02) ~ Vol. 18/02 in PDF
The assaying of Britannia standard silver by Anthony Dove
A very early fiddle pattern spoon by Mark Nevard
An early teaspoon, circa 1670 by David Whitbread
An interesting inscription of a knife handle by Anthony Dove
Review - The HOW of Edinburgh sale - 30th October 2007
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September/October 2007 (Volume 18/01) ~ Vol. 18/01 in PDF
The Avery, Jouet and Orchard families by Tim Kent
An interesting family of Scottish provincial marks by Colin T Fraser
The third Pierre Harache of London by David McKinley
Book review - The Edinburgh Goldsmiths, Vol. 1. Review by C. Fraser
Newcastle silversmiths - Stalker and Mitchison by Luke Schrager
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July/August 2007 (Volume 17/06) ~ Vol. 17/06 in PDF
An unidentified mark by David Whitbread
Slip-tops and Puritans by Eric Smith
A 'crowned leopard's head' picture-front spoon by John Sutcliffe
York Hallmarks by Richard Jonas
A victorious pair of sugar tongs by Michael Baggott
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May/June 2007 (Volume 17/05) ~ Vol. 17/05 in PDF
The flatware of Robert & William Gray - An update by Walter Brown
Some progress with the Sweet family by Tim Kent
Cape silver hallmarks - the use of a single stub by David Murray
The sucket fork & spoon by David Whitbread
A notice & invitation from Lyon & Turnbull
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March/April 2007 (Volume 17/04) ~ Vol. 17/04 in PDF
The Haraches of London by David McKinley
A horned head by Piers Percival
An interesting 'Britannia' standard provincial spoon by Anthony Dove
Maker's mark only by Graham Bliss
Review - Woolley and Wallis Sale - 31st January 2007 by Tim Kent
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January/February 2007 (Volume 17/03) ~ Vol. 17/03 in PDF
Silver souvenir spoons by Robert Le Mare.
Town marks on silver at York 1776 - 1858 by Richard Stagg
A guide to early London spoon makers' marks by Piers Percival
Review - Bonhams Sale - Bond Street, 22nd November by Tim Kent
Review - Lyon & Turnbull Sale - 27th November by Mr M
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November/December 2006 (Volume 17/02) ~ Vol. 17/02 in PDF
John Jones - Exeter's greatest goldsmith by Tim Kent
Picture-back spoons - later embellishments by Chris Bell
An adventure in Irish silver by Peter Ticher
Scottish provincial silversmiths - an occasional series No.6 by E. Daw
Aberdeen silversmith's marks - errata & addenda by Richard Jonas
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September/October 2006 (Volume 17/01) ~ Vol. 17/01 in PDF
James Erskine - Aberdeen silversmith's
An early Puritan
Holding a spoon!
Communion spoon
Book Review - Rococo silver in England and its Colonies
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July/August 2006 (Volume 16/06) ~ Vol. 16/06 in PDF
The Demise of the sterling leopard
Serendipity in Chester - A tale of two spoons
Benjamin Pemberton I of Chester - his 3rd mark
A West Country well spoon
Picture - The Higgins workshop - 1930 - filer or finisher
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May/June 2006 (Volume 16/05) ~ Vol. 16/05 in PDF
The flatware of Robert & William Gray of Glasgow
Scottish provincial silversmiths - an occasional series, no. 5
Dessert or child's spoon?
Focus on John Parnell
Review - Thomson Roddick & Medcalf sale - 28th March 2006
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March/April 2006 (Volume 16/04) ~ Vol. 16/04 in PDF
A new look at the 'date letter' on English plate
Notes on an early seal top spoon
George Unite - silversmith.
15th century knife plates
The introduction of sugar tongs
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January/February 2006 (Volume 16/03) ~ Vol. 16/03 in PDF
Roman spoons
The hallmarks of William Robb of Ballater
Scottish & Irish Provincial - letters of correspondence, circa 1906
The 'Plymouth' spoon
William Tallbott - A goldsmith lost & found
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