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30.Scottish silver Celtic point toddy ladle, Edinburgh 1809 by George Fenwick. L-14.7cm; W-16g. ~ a sweet little ladle, I would call it a cream ladle, good condition. Est. 60-80.50

31.Scottish silver fiddle pattern toddy ladle, Glasgow 1823 by J. Neville. L-16.3cm; W-29g. ~ good marks, bowl has a number of knocks & kink to stem. Est. 70-90.60

32.Dundee silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, c.1830 by William Kermath. L-14cm; W-17g. ~ a little wear to tip of bowl, has a Martin Gubbins ticket - bought in '83 for 10. Est. 50-70.45

33.Dutch silver caddy spoon with embossed pub scene in bowl and sailing ship as finial, by Berthold Muller with Dutch pseudo marks & import mark for London 1911. L-9.5cm; W-16g. ~ in good condition, needs a clean. Est. 40-60.40

34.Scottish silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, Edinburgh 1841 by James Elmslie of Aberdeen. L-14cm; W-16g. ~ good marks, a little wear to tip of bowl. Est. 40-60.40

35.Scottish cast silver commemorative spoon with a thistle finial and the coat of arms of Scotland in the bowl, Edinburgh 1910 by Hamilton & Inches. L-20cm; W-90g. ~ very good weight, good marks and lovely casting of thistle. Est. 110-130.100

36.Set of 6 Scottish silver Fiddle pattern teaspoons, Glasgow 1874 by William Coghill. L-14cm; W-109g. ~ a very nice set of teaspoons with clean marks, with very low reserve. Est. 30-50.15

37.Pair of Aberdeen silver Old English pattern teaspoons, c.1774 by James Leslie. L-13cm; W- 25g. ~ dents to bowl. Est. 25-35.25

38.Banff silver Old English pattern teaspoon, c.1820 by script 'GE', marks mother & child, script 'B'. L-13.5cm; W-13g. ~ good marks, tiny wear to tip of bowl. Est. 80-100.80

39.Banff silver Old English pattern teaspoon, c.1820 by script 'GE', marks mother & child, script 'B'. L-13.5cm; W-13g. ~ good marks, tiny wear to tip of bowl with small dent.. Est. 80-100.80

40.Pair of Scottish silver Celtic Point pattern teaspoons, c.1780 by W & P Cunningham. L-13.5cm; W-26g. ~ very good marks, dents to both bowls. Est. 15-25.8

41.George III Irish silver Old English pattern table fork, Dublin 1797 by Samuel Neville. L-20.5cm;71g. ~ of good gauge, condition and boldly struck marks. Est. 80-120.70

42.George III Irish silver pointed-end table fork, Dublin 1804 by Samuel Neville. L-21cm; W-68g. ~ good condition and marks, an unusual fork. Est. 80-120.70

43.George III Irish silver Old English bright-cut sugar tongs, Dublin c.1795 by John Shields. L-15cm; W-35g. ~ minor wear to bright-cutting, good marks. Est. 70-100.60

44.Dundee silver fiddle pattern sugar tongs by Alexander Cameron with Edinburgh hallmarks for 1840. L-14.5cm; 38g. ~ clean condition and marks. Est. 50-70.45

45.Paisley silver Old English Thread sugar tongs, c.1795 by William Hannay. L-14.5cm; W-41g. ~ excellent condition with matching marks. Est. 100-150.90

46.Scottish silver sugar nips, Edinburgh c.1850 by Mackay & Chisholm. L- 11.3cm; W-30g. ~ repair to one finger ring, one arm bent. Est. 30-50.20

47.George III silver Old English pattern sauce ladle, London 1793 by Geo. Smith & Wm. Fearn. L-17.5cm; W-45g. ~ crest worn, good size with deep bowl. Est. 35-50.30

48.Victorian silver Fiddle pattern sifter ladle, London 1838 by Benjamin Smith. L-15.5cm; W-41g. ~ in good condition with attractive piercing. Est. 70-100.60

49.China Trade Export? Silver Coffin-End tablespoon, c.1810, by 'CS'. L-22cm; W-71g. ~ a very nice spoon of good gauge, marks poorly struck, but readable. Est. 40-60.40

50.George III silver Onslow pattern teaspoon with shell bowl, c.1770 by 'WL'. L-11.5cm; W-16g. ~ heavy gauge, marks very good. Est. 30-50.30

51.George III silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoon, bottom marked Birmingham 1778 by Edward Sawyer. L-21.1cm; W-54g. ~ very worn bowl but good marks. Est. 30-40.28

52.American silver fiddle pattern tablespoon, c.1800 by Jacob Sargent of Hertford, Connecticutt. with an English looking duty mark. L-22.8cm; W-51g. ~ see page 17 for a similar duty mark, good condition, interesting spoon. Est. 30-40.30

53.Indian Colonial silver Old English pattern tablespoon, c.1800 by Hippolitus of Calcutta. L-22cm; W-67g. ~ crest worn, otherwise good condition. Est. 25-35.25

54.Estonia, silver fiddle pattern spoon with engraved town on fiddle. L-15.2cm; W-19g. ~ in clean condition. Est. 20-30.20

55.Cork silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, c.1820 by Carden Terry & Jane Williams with 'Hamilton' family crest. L-13.8cm; W-13g. ~ nice marks, bowl has been reshaped at sometime. Est. 50-60.50

56.York silver Old English pattern teaspoon by James Barber & William North, York 1838. L-13.6cm; W-14g. ~ slight dent by crest, bowl with minor knocks. Est. 20-30.20

57.Denmark, silver bright-cut, pointed-end pattern teaspoon, Copenhagen 1901 by JP and assayer's mark SG for S. Groth. L-12.9cm; W-15g. ~ good condition. Est. 10-20.10

58.George II silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoon with attached shell-back, London 1741 by Edward Bennett. L-20cm; W-43g. ~ nice shell, good marks, signs of heat stain to bowl and a couple of small dents. Est. 45-55.45

59.George II silver shell-back Hanoverian pattern tablespoon, London 1745 by Ebenezer Coker. L-20.4cm; W-57g. ~ a clean spoon with good marks and shell. Est. 45-55.45

60.George III silver picture-back, urn of flowers, Hanoverian pattern tablespoon. London 1762 by James Tookey. L-20.3cm; W-68g. ~ a good spoon, minor knock to tip of bowl. Est. 100-120.100

61.George III silver Old English pattern salt shovel, London 1783 by Hester Bateman. L-9.5cm; W-6g. ~ a good shovel. Est. 40-60.40

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