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61.Georgian silver Hanoverian pattern teaspoon with pronounced rib, circa 1760 by 'WP'. L-11.3cm; W-11g. ~ It was suggested the maker is William Penstone III circa 1780 but I feel this spoon is earlier, minor wear to bowl tip but a solid little spoon. Est. 30-40.25

62.American silver jam spoon with shell bowl, Boston c.1850 by Pear & Bacall. L-15.2cm; W-14g. ~ quite light but in good condition. Est. 35-45.25

63.Newcastle silver bright-cut sugar tongs, circa 1797 by Christian Ker Reid I. L-14.3cm; W-31g. ~ good marks, excellent condition. Est. 40-50.35

64.Newcastle silver bright-cut sugar tongs, circa 1795 by Thomas Watson. L-14cm; W-29g. ~ old repair to arm. Est. 25-30.25

65.George III silver Old English pattern teaspoon, London c.1789 by Thomas Ollivant of Manchester. L-12.3cm; W-15g. ~ a good quality spoon. Est. 20-30.17

66.Silver Hanoverian Rattail pattern dessert spoon, London 1910 by Henry Lambert. L-17cm; W-51g. ~ good quality spoon, has a satisfying feel to it. Est. 35-45.30

67.Scottish silver Fiddle & Shell pattern sauce ladle, Edinburgh 1828 by Andrew Wilkie and retailed by 'JH&Co'. L-18.5cm; W-57g. ~ good marks & cond., tiny dent to bowl. Est. 50-60.40

68.George I silver Hanoverian Rattail pattern tablespoon, London 1718 by Jacob Margas. L-20.2cm; W-65g. ~ a lovely spoon & gauge, marks lightly struck with wear. Est. 50-60.45

69.Queen Anne Britannia silver Hanoverian Rattail pattern tablespoon, London 1709 by Francis Archibald. L-20cm; W-57g. ~ marks worn but readable, still a nice spoon. Est. 50-60.45

70.Queen Anne Britannia silver Hanoverian Rattail pattern tablespoon with strong rib, London 1710 by William Scarlett. L-20cm; W-61g. ~ good marks and gauge, lovely spoon. Est. 50-60.45

71.George II silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoon, London 1736 by Richard Scarlet. L-20cm; W-58g. ~ good marks, gauge and condition. Est. 55-75.50

72.Scottish silver single struck Queens pattern toddy/sauce ladle, Glasgow 1838 by John Muir Jr. L-17.5cm; W-55g. ~ crisp decoration and in good condition. Est. 60-70.57

73.Scottish silver Old English pattern tablespoon, Glasgow c.1750 by 'JL'. L-22cm; W-71g. ~ good marks, a pleasing gauge and condition & spoon.. Est. 80-90.75

74.Birmingham bottom marked Old English pattern tablespoon, 1777 by Edward Smith. L-21.5cm; W-60g. ~ very clear marks and in good condition, an uncommon spoon. Est. 80-100.80

75.George III silver beaded pattern marrow scoop, London 1777 by Trevillion Taylor. L-22cm; W-45g. ~ excellent marks and in good condition. Est. 130-160.120

76.George II silver shell & scroll back Hanoverian pattern teaspoon, London c.1750 by James Tookey. L-12.2cm; W-12g. ~ in good condition, slight ware to shell. Est. 20-30.18

77.George II silver bright-cut sugar tongs with shell & scroll bowls, Lon. c.1750 by T. Farren. L-13.4; W-36g. ~ nice tongs, slight kink to one arm, very small repair on each arm. Est. 110-130.105

78.George IV silver pierced 'Claret' label with shell & scroll decoration, London 1822 by 'IR'. Width-5.4cm; W19g. ~ good gauge & condition, some marks lost in piercing. Est. 65-75.60

79.12 Canadian & American silver souvenir spoons, some with enamel, circa 1910/20. Length of longest spoon 12.2cm; Total weight 126g. ~ all in good condition. Est. 50-60.45

80.George III silver Old English pattern snuff spoon with gilded bowl, Lon. 1796 by Peter & Anne Bateman. L-9.7cm; W-6g ~ bowl with a few tiny dents and a bit out of shape. Est.20-30.15

81.George III silver scroll back Hanoverian pattern teaspoon, London c.1770 by William Tweede. L-11.6cm; W-12g. ~ a sweet spoon, slight wear to scroll, condition good. Est. 20-30.15

82.George III silver shell back Hanoverian pattern teaspoon, London c.1770 by Thomas Wallis. L-12.5cm; W-15g. ~ wear to bowl tip & slight wear to hell, good marks. Est. 20-30.15

83.Scottish silver bright-cut Celtic-point pattern teaspoon, Edinburgh c.1820 by Alex Zeigler. L-12.7cm; W-10g. ~ dents to bowl, wear to makers mark. Est. 15-20.10

84.George III silver bright-cut Old English pattern salt spoon, London 1788 by Hester Bateman. L-9.6cm; W-7g. ~ good condition, 'B' worn on makers mark. Est. 40-50.35

85.American sterling silver 'New York' souvenir teaspoon, circa 1920 by Gorham & Co. L-14.5cm, W-21g. ~ in good condition. Est. 15-20.15

86.Set of 4 silver 'crossed golf club' teaspoons, Sheffield 1933 by Walker & Hall. L-11.1cm; W-52g. ~ all in good condition. Est. 30-40.30

87.Set of 5 William IV silver Fiddle pattern teaspoons, London 1833 by Jonathan Hayne. L-14.2cm; W-126g. ~ in excellent condition. Est. 65-75.65

88.George I silver long handled Hanoverian Rattail pattern tea/condiment spoon, London c.1725 by John Hopkins. L-12.2cm; W-10g. ~ condition as expected for age. Est. 30-40.30

89.Set of 6 George III silver Old English pattern teaspoons, London 1793 by George Brasier. L-12.5cm; W-64g. ~ good condition, except one bowl has very tiny split. Est. 50-60.42

90.Victorian silver salt spoon with a dolphin finial and scallop shell bowl, Birmingham 1894 by Hilliard & Thomason. L-7.6cm; W-6g. ~ a sweet little spoon, good condition. Est. 30-40.25

91.Rare George II silver pierced handled cream ladle with pouring spout, c.1750, unmarked, winged spur crest to underside of bowl. L-12.7cm; W-13g. ~ old repair to joint of handle and bowl, but a quality cream ladle. Est. 55-65.55

92.Early silver Dognose/wavy-end condiment spoon, London c.1700 by possibly William Scarlett. L-9cm; W-15g. ~ lovely quality spoon, heavy gauge, marks worn. Est. 80-100.80

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