POSTAL AUCTION
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Continued from pages 36/37/38/39


LotDescriptionReserve
47.George III silver Salt spoon, Birmingham 1811 by Edward Thomason. L-10cm; W-9g. ~ nice Birmingham marks, stem a little wonky. Est. 25-30.25

48.Pair of Irish silver fiddle pattern Egg /Mustard Spoons, Dublin 1867, maker J. Scriber?. L-13cm; W-34g. ~ nice spoons, good marks, wear to gilding on bowl. Est. 35-40.25

49.Aberdeen silver Old English pattern teaspoon, c. 1800 by maker Nathanial Gillet. L-13cm; W-11g. ~ clear marks, nice spoon. Est. 35-45.30

50.Perth silver fiddle pattern Salt spoon, maker Robert Keay, also bears Edinburgh marks for 1812. L-9cm; W-8g. ~ nice marks & spoon. Est. 35-45.30

51.Dumfries silver fiddle pattern Dessert Fork, maker Adam Burgess, also bears Edinburgh marks for 1838, L-17cm; W-25g. ~ see Jackson's page 597, tines worn. Est. 45-55.45

52.Pair of American tablespoons, maker Jones Ball &Co., c1852 -54, Boston, Mass. L-22cm; W-78g. ~ good condition. Est. 50-60.45

53.Georg Jensen silver Pyramid pattern christening spoon, with import mark for London 1964, L-14.5cm; W-32g. ~ a nice spoon. Est. 45-55.40

54.Russian silver teaspoon, decorated back, dated 1884, prob. Moscow, L-13cm; W-12g. ~ bowl probably tided up. Est. 20-25.20

55.Russian silver spoon initialled sript 'EG' with a coronet above, Moscow c. 1880. L-16cm; W-39g. ~ a nice spoon. Est. 55-65.45

56.2 Russian silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, c. 1896-1908. L-14cm; W-48g.~ engraved on both sides of the fiddle and on the back of the bowl, good condition. Est. 35-45.30

57.George IV silver gilt Caddy Spoon, Birmingham 1820 by Samuel Pemberton, L-8cm;W-9g.~ tiny spit on bowl near handle, otherwise perfect, very pretty. 100-125.100

58.George IV silver Caddy Spoon, Birmingham 1825 by Ledsam, Vale & Wheeler, L-8.5cm; W-11g. ~ very pretty, clean spoon. Est. 150-180.150

59.3 small silver Spirit Labels, Gin, Brandy & Whiskey, London 1899 by William Comyns, W-22g. ~ I have never seen such long chins on wine labels, 26cm! Condition good. Est. 80-100.70

60.Victorian silver Whiskey Label, Sheffield 1868 by S.R.- C.B., L-4.5cm; W-9g. ~ the chain is not silver & whisky is slightly worn. Est. 35-40.35

61.George III silver small 'Rum' Label, London 1801 by T. Phipps & E. Robinson, L-3.5cm; W-7g. ~ a nice clean label. Est. 35-45.35

62.George III silver escutcheon 'Port' Label, London 1792 by Thomas Howell, L-6cm; W-14g. ~ nicely pierced letters, good condition. Est. 65-75.50

63.Victorian silver gilt Dessert spoon, London 1851 by George Adam. L-7.5cm, W-60g. ~ This spoon is an unknown pattern and is not illustrated in Ian Pickford's book 'Silver Flatware', this pattern could have been specially designed for the Great Exhibition of 1851, the decoration is very crisp and in good condition. Est. 40-5030

64.Exactly the same as above, Lot.63.30

65.Victorian silver gilt teaspoon, London 1851 by George Adams. L-14cm; W-39g. ~ see Lot 63, good condition. Est. 30-40.20

66.Exactly the same as above, Lot.65.20

67.Victorian silver gilt coffee spoon, London 1855 by George Adams, L-12.8cm; W-31g. ~ the decoration is clearly from the same die as the teaspoons above, but the decoration is not quite as sharp, condition good. Est. 20-25.15

68.Pair of Scottish silver double-struck teaspoons, Glasgow 1831 by 'WM.AM'. L-14.5cm; W-62g. ~ a 'Kings' pattern variant, good condition, needs a clean. Est. 40-50.30

69.A single teaspoon as above, lot 68. W-33g. Est. 20-25.15

70.George III silver Coffin-End Tablespoon, London 1806 by Peter & William Bateman. L-21.5cm; W-56g. ~ my feelings about this spoon is that it has been converted from an Old English pattern, make your own mind up! See page 5. Est.25-35.20


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The Finial, February/March 2003


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