POSTAL AUCTION
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Continued from pages 42/43/44/45


LotDescriptionReserve
60.Pair of Scottish silver single struck Kings pattern teaspoons, Edinburgh 1847 by 'J.W', retailed by 'L&S'. L-14.5cm; W-42g. ~ marks good, kinks to bowls. Est. 15-20.15

61.Pair of Scottish silver single struck Kings pattern teaspoons, Edinburgh 1835 by 'M&C'. L-14cm; W-36g. ~ good marks and condition. Est. 22-28.22

62.3 Scottish silver teaspoons, all by 'A.S'. L-11.6 to 13.6cm; W-33g. ~ all marks readable, two spoon in good condition, the other with a cut down bowl!! Est. 35-40.35

63.Pair of tablespoon size silver-gilt anointing spoons, in fitted case, London 1910 by Thomas Bradbury & Sons. L-23.3cm; W-136g. ~ in good condition. Est. 100-120.100

64.Pair of silver-gilt salt spoon size anointing spoons, Birmingham 1910 by Adie & Lovekin Ltd. L-7.6cm; W-7g. ~ in good condition. Est. 25-30.25

65.George IV silver Old English pattern dessert spoon that has later been feather edged & 'berried'. London 1824. L-18cm; W-33g ~ good condition, no makers mark. Est. 10-15.10

66.Silver seal-top spoon, Sheffield 1907 by Harry Atkins. L-16.6cm; W-60g. ~ thick gauge, condition good. Est. 20-25.20

67.George III silver bright-cut sugar tongs, London 1803 by Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Bult. L-13.8cm; W-29g. ~ in good condition. Est. 45-55.45

68.George III silver bright-cut sugar tongs, London 1804 by Thomas Wallis. L-13.8cm; W-33g. ~ in good condition. Est. 36-40.40

69.George III silver Old English pattern soup ladle, London 1788 by George Wintle. L-32.5cm; W-135g. ~ good marks and condition. Est. 180-200.180

70.Set of 6 George III silver dessert knives, engraved on blades and handles, Sheffield 1807 by John Law. L-20cm. ~ in lovely condition and good gauge. Est. 280-300.280

71.George III silver Fiddle pattern straining ladle, London 1808 by Wm. Eley, Wm. Fearn & Wm. Chawner. L-13cm; W-27g. ~ of thick gauge, good condition, a pleasing feel. Est. 90-100.90

72.Scottish silver Fiddle & Shell pattern sifter spoon, Edinburgh 1813 by John McKay. L-15cm; W-22g. ~ in good condition. Est. 80-90.80

73.George III silver Fiddle pattern sifter spoon, London 1816 by John Kerschner. L-15.7cm; W-49g. ~ in good condition. Est. 125-135.125

74.Set of 6 George III silver Old English pattern table forks, London 1803 by Richard Crossley. L-19cm; W-320g. ~ good cond. & value, later initial 'P', some marks with wear. Est. 115-135.115

75.Pair of Scottish silver single struck Kings pattern table forks, Edinburgh 1828 by 'F&Ss' L- 20.5cm; W-148g. ~ in good condition. Est. 38-48.38

76.Set of 4 George III silver Old English Tread with Drop pattern teaspoons, London 1786 by George Smith. L-13cm; W-63g. ~ unusual pattern, good marks & condition. Est. 30-40.28

77.Set of 6 George II silver Hanoverian pattern teaspoons, London c.1755 by Robert Perth. L-11.5cm; W-60g. ~ good marks, some bowls with a little wear. Est. 75-95.75

78.George III silver Urn of Flowers picture back Hanoverian pattern teaspoon, London c.1770 by Elizabeth Tuite. L-12.8cm; W-13g. ~ good marks and condition. Est. 38-48.38

79.George II silver Hanoverian salt shovel, London c.1750 by Thomas Wallis. L-9.5cm; W-8g. ~ shovel may have been reshaped, mark worn, good condition. Est. 26-30.26

80.Set of 6 George II cast silver 'Hen & Chicks' picture back Hanoverian pattern teaspoons with 'Apollo' picture front, London c.1755, no makers mark. L-11cm; W-102g. ~ a rare set of spoons, good gauge and feel to them, some wear to hen & chicks but still easily visible, Apollo very good, has only ever been marked with lion passant. Est. 300-350.290

81.Silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1936 by W.H. Haseler, designed by Rex Silver for liberty's (Ref: The Caddy Spoon in the 20th Century). L-6.8cm; W-11g. ~ good condition. Est. 90-120.90

82.Set of 6 silver Old English pattern teaspoons, Exeter 1815 by Joseph Hicks, all with the same contemporary initials but two with triple cusps, the others with date letter for 1815 and the truncated base duty mark, only used in that year. ~ good condition. Est. 70-90.70

83.George III silver Fiddle without shoulders pattern condiment ladle, Birmingham 1813 by 'IT'. L-10.5cm; W-6g. ~ good marks and condition. Est. 20-30.18

84.William IV silver Fiddle pattern teaspoon, Sheffield 1836 by 'PL'. L-13.3cm; W-15g. ~ Ex Martin Gubbins collection with ticket, in good condition, makers mark worn. Est. 15-20.No
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85.George III silver Old English pattern teaspoon, Sheffield 1799 by 'TL'. L-12.8cm; W-14g. ~ Ex Martin Gubbins collection with ticket, reasonable spoon. Est. 15-20.No
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86.Victorian silver Fiddle pattern teaspoon, Sheffield 1839 by 'PL'. L-15.1cm; W-22g. ~ Ex Martin Gubbins collection with ticket, reasonable condition. Est. 10-15.No
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87.George IV silver Old English pattern teaspoon, Sheffield 1822 by 'IW' over 'IR'. L-14cm; W-14g. ~ Ex Martin Gubbins collection with ticket, wear to bowl. Est. 10-15.No
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88.George IV silver Fiddle pattern salt spoon, Sheffield 1825 by 'RG'. L-9.8cm; W-13g. ~ Ex M. Gubbins collection with ticket, reasonable condition, minor salt corrosion to bowl. Est. 10-15.No
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89.George IV silver Fiddle pattern tablespoon, Birmingham 1826 by 'E.T'. L-22cm; W-72g. ~ in good condition. Est. 22-30.22


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