(For members and subscribers only)

To take place on Friday 11th July 2003

Your written, email or faxed bids are invited for the following lots - bids to be with us, please, by no later than 12.00pm, on the day of sale. Please note that purchase prices are subject to a 10% buyers premium, plus VAT on the premium and 5.00 for postage & packing per consignment. See page 59 for details.

Members are welcome to come and view the lots on offer at 26 Burlington Arcade.

1.6 silver 'Edinburgh Merchant Golf Club' teaspoons, Sheffield 1935 by WSS & Co. L-12.5cm; W-95g. ~ good condition. Est. 90-120.90

2.Silver 'golf club' teaspoon, initialled N.C.G.C (poss. Nottingham City Golf Club), Sheffield 1922 by JR & S. L-11.6cm; W-15g. ~ good condition. Est. 20-30.20

3.American Silver 'native American' teaspoon, c.1900, marked sterling, S. L-10.5cm; W-17g. ~ very crisp in detail. Est. 20-30.20

4.Silver & enamel 'Glasgow International Exhibition 1901' teaspoon. Birmingham 1900 by S.B. & S Ld. L-11.6cm; W-20g ~ crisp detail. Est. 25-35.25

5.French silver 'Napoleon' teaspoon, c.1900. L-12cm; W-13g. ~ I like this spoon. Est. 15-25.15

6.Silver & enamel 'North Western Railway' teaspoon. Birmingham 1923 by W.J.D. L-10.7cm; W-14g. ~ minor flaking to black enamel. Est. 20-30.20

7.Silver & enamel 'Darlach Angling Association' teaspoon, Birmingham 1928 by W.J.D. L-12.5cm; W-23g. ~ good condition. Est. 15-20.12

8.Edwardian silver & enamel 'Birmingham Town Hall' teaspoon. Birmingham 1909 by L&S. L-11.7cm; W-14g. ~ delicate enamelling, condition good. Est. 15-25.12

9.2 American silver teaspoons, by Brindsmaid & Hildrith of Burlington Victoria, c.1830. L-15.2cm; W-30g. ~ gentle knocks to one of the bowls. Est. 40-50.40

10.American silver fiddle pattern tablespoon, by Barton & Read, c.1830. L-22.2cm; W-48g. ~ maker's mark very faint. Est. 25-35.25

11.Danish silver salad fork by Georg Jensen, c.1960. L-14.5cm; W-30g. ~ clean. Est. 30-40.30

12.Silver pickle fork with acorn finial by Charles Horner, c.1930. L-9.3cm; W-4g. ~ not very heavy but has a sweet acorn top. Est. 20-30.20

13.Victorian silver picture-back, Hanoverian shell pattern teaspoon of a leaping deer, London 1899 by T.B. L-11cm; W-13g. ~ clear picture, tiny wear to tip of bowl. Est. 15-25.15

14.York silver fiddle pattern table fork, by James Barber & William North, York 1845. L-20cm; W-67g. ~ condition good, tines have been later straightened. Est. 30-40.30

15.George IV silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, York 1821 by James Barber & William Whitwell. L-14cm; W-20g. ~ good condition. Est. 25-35.25

16.George III silver bright-cut sugar tongs, London 1799 by Peter & Anne Bateman. L-14cm; W-29g. ~ slight crease to arch, but unusual bright-cut design. Est. 30-40.30

17.George III silver bright-cut sugar tongs, London c.1790 by Thomas Ollivant (of Manchester). L-13.7cm; W-32g. ~ initials have been erased on arch. Est. 25-35.25

18.Dundee silver fiddle pattern with shell bowls sugar tongs, c.1825 by D.D. L-14.3cm; W-55g. ~ marks worn, very nicely made of good gauge. Est. 60-70.60

19.Aberdeen silver Old English Point pattern teaspoon, c.1800 by James Erskine. L-13cm; W-15g. ~ a good quality spoon & marks. Est. 35-45.35

20.Aberdeen silver Old English Point pattern dessert spoon, c.1800 by 'IE' with thistle and boars head. L-17cm; W-24g. ~ good marks including the rare Boars Head mark. Est. 80-100.80

21.Dundee silver Old English Point pattern teaspoon, c.1800 by Edward Livingstone. L-12.7cm; W-10g. ~ good spoon & marks. Est. 40-60.40

22.Dundee silver Old English Point with feather edge pattern teaspoon, c.1800 by Edward Livingstone. L-13.8cm; W-11g. ~ good marks, initials have been erased. Est. 40-50.40

23.Dundee silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, c.1820 by Alexander Cameron. L-14.1cm; W-18g. ~ a good spoon and marks. Est. 20-30.20

24.Scottish silver-gilt Canongate spoon engraved DM over MD over 1589. Edinburgh 1927 by W&S Ltd, engraved to back of bowl "Replica of Ancient Cannogate (Edinburgh) Spoon". L-14.2cm, W-33g. ~ condition good. Est. 30-40.30

25.Silver Oban - Iona cross topped teaspoon, Sheffield 1929 by R. Lindsay. L-12.1cm; W-13g. ~ a clean spoon. Est. 50-60.50

26.Victorian silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, Exeter 1847 by John Stone. L-1.2cm; W-20g. ~ minimal wear to tip of bowl, overall good condition. Est. 10-20.10

27.George III silver fiddle pattern dessert spoon, Exeter 1811 by George Turner. L-18cm; W-42g. ~ in very good condition. Est. 30-40.28

28.Pair of Scottish silver Celtic point pattern teaspoons, Edinburgh 1808 by Lindsay Beech. L-13.6cm; W-29g. ~ minor wear to tip of bowl, needs a clean. Est. 20-30.20

29.Dundee silver fiddle pattern table fork, by Alexander Cameron with Newcastle marks for 1831. L-21cm; W-80g. ~ (see The Finial, Feb/Mar'03, p.16/17) a heavy fork with good marks, does the clipped corner of the town mark relate to anything?. Est.60-80.60

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The Finial, June/July 2003

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