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LotDescriptionReserve
30.Portuguese silver tea/coffee spoon, Oporto circa 1900. L-12cm; W-12g. ~ highly decorated in good condition, this spoon has grown on me!. Est. 15-20.12

31.Set of 4 George III silver Old English bright-cut teaspoons with shell bowls, Lon. 1784 by 'TE'. L-12.5cm; W-41g. ~ incuse duty mark, 3 spoons with good marks, overall all in good condition. Est. 45-6540

32.Irish silver Celtic point with Irish bright-cut star decoration and winged spur crest, Dublin 1811 by 'RS'. L-13.5cm; W-13g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-25.10

33.Irish silver Celtic point with Irish bright-cut decoration and winged spur crest, Dublin c.1810 marked 'M.West' & 'T?'. L-14cm; W-17g. ~ good condition, one mark rubbed. Est. 15-25.10

34.Victorian silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, Exeter 1851 by 'J.S'. L-14cm; W-20g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.10

35.Canadian silver 'The Governor General's Foot Guards' teaspoon, circa 1905 by Rosenthal. Inscribed on the back 'G.R.A., Sgt. G. Hood, 5/8/05, 68'. L-14.2cm; W-23g. ~ it is reported that Sgt. G. Hood wrote the Canadian Highway Code - if that helps!, good condition. Est. 15-25.15

36.American silver 'Disneyland' teaspoon, circa 1954 marked sterling, Walt Disney Productions. L-10.5cm; W-9g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-25.12

37.American silver 'Edmonton' single struck native American teaspoon, L-11.2cm; W-12g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.12

38.American silver 'Mt. Rainer 14444 Ft, Chinock Salmon, Seattle' double struck Salmon handle teaspoon. L-10cm; W-16g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-25.12

39.Canadian silver 'Ottawa, Miss Canada' teaspoon. L-11cm; W-11g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.12

40.Canadian silver 'Stanley Park' totem pole teaspoon. L-10.6cm; W-12g.~ in good condition. Est.15-20.12

41.Canadian silver & enamel 'Dawson Creek, B.C.' teaspoon. L-10.8cm; W-13g. ~ needs a clean, in good condition. Est. 15-20.12

42.Canadian silver & enamel 'Calgary' teaspoon. L-11.5cm; W-9g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.12

43.Canadian silver & enamel ' Saskatchewan River Camp' teaspoon. L-9.8cm; W-8g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.12

44.Canadian silver & enamel 'Qualicum Beach B.C.' teaspoon, L-11.2cm; W-12g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.12

45.Canadian silver & enamel 'Vancuver' teaspoon. L-12.2cm; W-15g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.12

46.Canadian silver & enamel 'Victoria B.C.' teaspoon. L-10.5cm; W-9g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.12

47.American silver 'Sacramento' teaspoon. L-10.8cm; W-11g. ~ good condition. Est. 10-15.10

48.Canadian silver 'Golden, B.C.' coffee spoon. L-9.1cm; W-7g. ~ good cond. Est. 10-14.8

49.Canadian silver 'Malchat Chalet' coffee spoon. L-8.6cm; W-5g. ~ good cond. Est. 10-14.8

50.George III silver bright-cut marrow scoop, London 1783 by John Lambe. L-22.3cm; W-51g. ~ good gauge, excellent condition, an unusual marrow scoop, a lovely piece. Est. 130-160.115

51.Scottish silver George II silver Old English pattern tablespoon, Glasgow c.1750 by 'JL'. L-21.7cm; W-70g. ~ unusual rib on underside of handle, thick gauge, good marks and bowl, a nice spoon. Est. 80-100.75

52.Aberdeen silver Old English pattern silver tablespoon, circa 1810 by William Jameson. L-20.6cm; W-62g. ~ good marks & bowl, another good spoon. Est. 60-80.50

53.George III silver fiddle pattern tablespoon, Birmingham 1816 by Edward Thomason. L-21.7cm; W-66g. ~ good marks, minor wear to tip of bowl. Est. 45-55.38

54.George III silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoon, London 1782 by William Soame. L-20.4cm; W-74g. ~ all in good condition, has a nice feel to it. Est. 45-55.38

55.Victorian silver 'port' label with shell and scroll border, Birmingham 1839 by Taylor & Perry. L-6cm; W-15g. ~ in good condition, replacement chain. Est. 55-65.50

56.Victorian silver 'sherry' label with shell and scroll border, Birmingham 1839 by Taylor & Perry. L-6cm; W-16g. ~ in good condition, replacement chain. Est. 55-65.50

57.Silver Old English pattern tea caddy spoon with shell bowl, Birmingham 1929 by J. Swan & Co. L-9.2cm; W-15g. ~ in good condition, remains of gilding in bowl. Est. 25-35.25

58.Dumfries silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, circa 1820 by John McKenzie, inialled 'F' over 'R'. L-14cm; W-17g. ~ excellent marks and condition. Est. 65-75.55

59.American? Silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, circa 1820. L-15cm; W-14g. ~ small split and a couple of knocks to bowl, interesting mark. Est. 15-25.15

60.Scottish silver small Old English pattern dessert spoon, circa 1810. L-16.5cm; W-26g. ~ bowl has been reshaped at sometime, wear to handle, makers mark worn 'AC' or 'AG'. Est. 15-25.15

61.George II silver whiplash pattern salt spoon with scallop shell bowl, circa 1750. L-8.3cm; W-7g. ~ unmarked, a lovely and rare little spoon. Est. 60-70.40

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The Finial, October/November 2003


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