POSTAL AUCTION
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LotDescriptionReserve
62.George II silver Hanoverian pattern snuff spoon, circa 1750. L-8cm; W-4g. ~ signs of gilding, makers mark worn, defect by mark, minor wear to bowl tip. Est. 35-45.35

63.George I silver long handled Hanoverian rattail pattern teaspoon, circa 1725. L-11.8cm; W-9g. ~ marks unreadable, wear as expected. Est. 30-40.28

64.George III silver caddy spoon with diaper pattern panel engraved in the bowl, Birmingham 1803 by Samuel Pemberton. L-8cm; W-10g. ~ good marks, little wear to engraving, very gentle knocks to edge. Est. 75-85.74

65.George I silver Hanoverian Rattail pattern teaspoon, London c.1725 by Thomas Mason. L-10.5cm; W-7g. ~ a sweet little spoon, good mark, minor wear to tip of bowl. Est. 35-45.32

66.William IV silver fiddle pattern cream ladle, Exeter 1834 by Isaac Parkin. L-13cm; W-20g. ~ a usefull size ldle, condition good. Est. 35-45.32

67.George II silver Hanoverian pattern salt shovel, circa 1750. L-8.5cm; W-7g. ~ makers mark unreadable, good gauge. Est. 25-35.22

68.Victorian silver fiddle pattern cream ladle, Exeter 1839 by John Stone. L-12.5cm; W-22g. ~ another useful ladle, condition & marks good. Est. 35-45.34

69.George III silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, London 1817 by Paul Storr. L-13.7cm; W-27g. ~ good marks, good bowl, good gauge, a good spoon. Est. 35-45.20

70.George III silver Onslow pattern dessert fork, London 1794 by George Smith & William Fearn. L-16.8cm; W-33g. ~ tines have minor wear, a nice fork. Est. 60-80.60

71.George III silver Hanoverian pattern picture-back 'basket of flowers' salt spoon, circa 1760 by 'H.B'. L-9.3cm; W-7g. ~ a rare little spoon, in good condition. Est. 40-50.30

72.Silver Old English sauce ladle, Sheffield 1934 by E. Viner. L-12cm; W-33g. ~ good gauge and condition. Est. 15-20.15

73.Silver Old English pattern jam spoon, Sheffield 1928 by Joseph Rogers & Sons. L-13.5cm; W-21g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.12

74.Edwardian silver mustard/Jam spoon, Birmingham 1902 by Heath & Middleton. L-13.2cm; W-12g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.12

75.Silver Grecian pattern teaspoon, London 1922 by 'F.H&S Ltd'. L-14.7cm; W-40g. ~ very good weight, in good condition, one for the pattern collectors. Est. 10-15.10

76.3 Scottish provincial teaspoons; a fiddle & shell by Robert Keay of Perth stamped 'R.K' twice, 'eagle' twice; a fiddle by John & Patrick Raich, circa 1820; a Scottish fiddle stamped makers mark only 'BC', poss. Greenock; and a George III silver teaspoon with spiral twist stem with shoulders and feather edge (worn), stamped 'RP' and lion passant. (4 items).~ all with wear, but interesting lot. Est. 50-60.50

77.Book - Apostle Spoons, their evolution from earlier types, and the emblems used by the silversmiths for the Apostles by Charles G. Rupert, published 1929, first edition, hardback. ~ dust cover very worn, however an interesting book. Est. 40-60.40

78.2 Scottish silver pointed-end bead pattern teaspoons, Glasgow 1886 & 1889 with the duty mark overstriking an 18ct gold mark by 'LR&Co' & 'T&Co'. L-13cm; W-32g. ~ see The Finial, Dec/Jan '02/03, page 10, in good condition. Est. 40-50.40

79.Victorian silver dessert fork with fleur-de-lys foot and beaded-edge, London 1871 by Henry & Henry Lias. ~ L-15cm; W-38g. ~ in good condition. Est. 25-35.25

80.George III silver Old English tablespoon, London 1791 by Peter & Anne Bateman overstruck by 'TW'. L-22.2cm; W-56g. ~ good crest & marks, minor knocks to bowl. Est. 40-50.35

81.Scottish silver Oar pattern toddy ladle, Edinburgh 1810 by Patrick Cunningham & Son overstriking 'Z' (Zeigler workshop). L-14.5cm; W-23g. ~ in good condition. Est. 95-115.95

82.A pair of silver 'George IV silver jubilee' teaspoons, Sheffield 1934 by 'R.B & Co.' L- 10.6cm; W-20g. ~ in good condition. Est. 20-30.20

83.Scottish Victorian silver christening spoon with stem engraved and lion cartouche, Glasgow 1891 by J. Felter. L-15.7cm; W-29g. ~ covered with tiny scratches. Est. 30-40.30

84.George III silver Old English feather-edge pattern tablespoon, London 1780 by John Lambe. L-21.5cm; W-63g. ~ needs a clean, date letter worn, reasonable condition. Est. 50-60.50

85.George III silver Old English feather-edge tablespoon, London 1779 by William Sumner & Richard Crossley. L-21.7cm; W-60g. ~ good marks & bowl, edges slightly worn. Est. 60-70.60

86.Edwardian Britannia silver Hanoverian Rattail pattern teaspoon, London 1908 by Maurice Freeman. L-11cm; W-13g. ~ in good condition. Est. 20-25.20

87.Scottish silver fiddle pattern dessert spoon, Edinburgh 1815 by Mitchell & Russell of Glasgow. L-7.6cm; W-32g. ~ marks good, bowl worn, knock to fiddle. Est. 30-35.30

88.Scottish silver single struck Kings pattern mustard spoon with gilded bowl, Edinburgh 1844 by J. McKay. L-14.5cm; W-19g. ~ a nice spoon, bowl tip worn. Est. 50-60.50

89.Victorian silver butter knife of unknown name, London 1855 by Henry & Henry Lias. L-20cm; W-64g. ~ very good gauge, weight and condition. Est. 50-60.40

90.Pair of George IV silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, Exeter 1827 by 'WH'. L-14cm; W-30g. ~ in excellent condition. Est. 25-35.20

91.Pair of Newcastle? Silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, circa 1810 by 'FP' over 'JG'. L-13.5cm; W-36g. ~ in good condition. Est. 25-35.20

92.Irish George III silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, Dublin c.1810 by 'R.S'. L-14cm; W-16g. ~ reasonable spoon, slight ware to tip of bowl. Est. 15-20.10

93.Victorian silver Old English Bead pattern dessert spoon with bottom marks, London 1858 by Henry & Henry Lias. L-18.6cm; W-41g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.10

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