Selections & Collections, Cardiff

Fri 07 December 2018, 10:30 AM - Cardiff Saleroom, South Wales

Typically our antique and fine art sales may include some or all of the following: Country, period and vernacular furniture including long-case clocks

Antique maps and paintings or prints by artists of good repute Fine and antique glassware, English, Continental and Oriental ceramics

Fine electroplate and silver Jewellery, bijouterie and etui Clocks, barometers, scientific and musical instruments,

Treen, good brassware and copperware Antique books, toys and dolls Antique and fine art auctions are held in North and South Wales throughout the year

Viewing: Thursday 6th December 12pm - 7pm  & Morning of Auction 9am - 10.15am

  • Lot 216

    Lot 216

    GROUP OF NORWEGIAN SILVER FLATWARE to include three serving spoons, a ladle and a small spoon of shell and scroll decoration. Hallmarked |830 S|, with additional mark |NM| possibly for Brodrene Mylius, 9 troy Oz. approx. (5)¦Condition Report: No major damage, surface wear and scratches.

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    Lot 216

    Guide price
    £60 - £100

    Hammer price £40.00

  • Lot 217

    Lot 217

    GROUP OF ASSORTED MAINLY SILVER FLATWARE to include Kristensen and Abrahamsen comprising spoons, sifters and plated slice. Mixed hallmarks. (9)¦Condition Report: Generally good condition with no major damage although surface and scratches overall.

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    Lot 217

    Guide price
    £50 - £80

    Hammer price £50.00

  • Lot 218

    Lot 218

    GROUP OF BRITISH SILVER FLATWARE to include tea strainer, sugar nips and set of five teaspoons. Mixed hallmarks, 4 troy Oz. approx. overall. (7)¦Condition Report: Tea strainer handle worn and a little loose, surface wear overall.

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    Lot 218

    Guide price
    £30 - £50

    Hammer price £30.00

  • Lot 219

    Lot 219

    GROUP OF SCANDINAVIAN SILVER FLATWARE comprising spoons, forks and ladle all of shell design and stamped |830 S|. 20 troy Oz. approx. (19)¦Condition Report: Overall condition is good, surface wear and scratches overall.

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    Lot 219

    Guide price
    £150 - £250

    Hammer price £130.00

  • Lot 220

    Lot 220

    FIVE PIECE WHITE METAL TEA SET, comprising folding cake stand, teapot, cream jug, sucrier and bon bon dish, all profusely decorated with foliage. Probably Indian silver, 69 troy Oz. approx., (5).¦¦Condition Report: Overall surface wear with some dents to different pieces particularly on the base of teapot. Wear to decoration also. Stand is in functioning condition although a little loose and mis shapen.

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    Lot 220

    Guide price
    £500 - £800

    Hammer price £500.00

  • Lot 221

    Lot 221

    GEORGE V SILVER PIE CRUST EDGE SALVER, raised on three scroll feet and engraved |Llewelyn & Edith June 23rd 1927|. Sheffield 1926, Walker and Hall. 17 troy Oz. approx., 26cm diameter.¦¦Condition Report: Some minor dents to surface and scratches. Hallmarks clear.

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    Lot 221

    Guide price
    £150 - £250

    Hammer price £135.00

  • Lot 222

    Lot 222

    VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SET, comprising teapot, sucrier and cream jug overall repousse decorated in rare Teniers revival style depicting merry figures in Dutch style landscapes having figural handles, finial and feet, the cream jug with mask spout. London 1879, Frederick Elkington, engraved to base |Silver Wedding Sept 26th 1901.| 27 troy Oz. approx, 14ch high the teapot. (3)¦¦Condition Report: In good overall condition with no obvious damage or repairs. Some minor surface wear as expected, minor dent to base of sucrier, hallmarks good.

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    Lot 222

    Guide price
    £700 - £1000

    Hammer price £1,300.00

  • Lot 223

    Lot 223

    GEORGE VI SILVER OVAL PEDESTAL BOWL, having pierced berry and foliate rim. Sheffield 1939, Frank Cobb & Co Ltd, 23 troy Oz. approx., 32cm length x 24.5cm wide.¦¦Condition Report: Overall good condition, surface wear and minor scratches. Hallmarks clear.

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    Lot 223

    Guide price
    £180 - £220

    Hammer price £190.00

  • Lot 224

    Lot 224

    ELIZABETH II SILVER OVAL PEDESTAL BOWL, having pierced berry and foliate rim. Sheffield 1966, Frank Cobb & Co Ltd, 19 troy Oz. approx., 32.5cm length x 18cm wide. ¦¦Condition Report: Good overall condition, some minor surface wear and scratches, hallmarks good.

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    Lot 224

    Guide price
    £150 - £200

    Hammer price £180.00

  • Lot 225

    Lot 225

    GEORGE V SILVER CIRCULAR PEDESTAL BOWL having pierced foliate and scroll rim. Birmingham 1912, William Aitken, 12 troy Oz. approx., 15cm high.¦Condition Report: Good overall condition, some surface wear and scratches, hallmarks a little rubbed on makers mark.

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    Lot 225

    Guide price
    £100 - £150

    Hammer price £110.00

  • Lot 226

    Lot 226

    GEORGE V SILVER CIRCULAR SALVER having pie crust edge and raised on three hoof feet. Engraved with inscription |Presented to Mr & Mrs Louis Gethin on the occasion of their Silver Wedding by his colleagues of the Committee of the Catholic Association June 1904-June 1929.| Birmingham 1927, 9 troy Oz. approx., 21cm diameter.¦Condition Report: Good overall condition no obvious damage. Some surface wear and scratches.

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    Lot 226

    Guide price
    £70 - £100

    Hammer price £70.00

  • Lot 227

    Lot 227

    EDWARD VII SILVER CIRCULAR SALVER having pie crust edge raised on three hoof feet. Engraved with inscription |Presented to Mr Louis Gethin, by his colleagues of the Committee of the Catholic Association on the occasion of his marriage. June 11th 1904.| London 1903, makers marks H E & Co Ld, 12 troy Oz. approx., 19.5cm diameter.¦Condition Report: Good overall condition, no obvious damage some surface wear and scratches.

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    Lot 227

    Guide price
    £80 - £120

    Hammer price £90.00

  • Lot 228

    Lot 228

    VICTORIAN PAIR OF SILVER AND STEEL SCISSORS in repousse decorated case. Birmingham 1889 by Levi & Salaman, 9cm long. ¦Condition Report: Good overall condition. Scissors in working order with no serious obvious damage. Surface wear as expected.

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    Lot 228

    Guide price
    £250 - £300

    Hammer price £240.00

  • Lot 229

    Lot 229

    PAIR OF CONTINENTAL SILVER FIGURAL SPOONS having floral and foliate decorated bowls terminating with male and female in period dress. Import marks Chester 1899. 4 troy Oz. approx. (2)¦Condition Report: Good overall, some wear and scratches. No significant damage.

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    Lot 229

    Guide price
    £40 - £70

    Hammer price £40.00

  • Lot 230

    Lot 230

    GEORGE V SILVER SALVER of dodecagon form raised on four feet, having engraved initials | B-D|. Sheffield 1925, Atkin Brothers, 30.6 cm diameter, 30 troy Oz approx. ¦Condition Report: Appears in good overall condition with no major damage or repairs. Surface and scratches as expected. Hallmarks OK although makers mark a little rubbed.

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    Lot 230

    Guide price
    £250 - £350

    Hammer price £250.00

  • Lot 231

    Lot 231

    SET OF SIX CASED GEORGE III SILVER SPOONS engraved with scroll and foliate designs. Each spoon engraved |From VRI Christmas 1880| London 1804, makers marks for Frederick Elkington and John Whiting. 9 troy Oz approx, in original velvet fitteds case marked | |By Appointment Elkington & Co|. (6)¦Condition Report: Appear in good overall condition with no obvious significant damage. Box and spoons with surface wear, latches working.

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    Lot 231

    Guide price
    £150 - £250

    Hammer price £290.00

  • Lot 232

    Lot 232

    VICTORIAN SILVER OVAL TEAPOT having half body leaf decoration with ebonized handle and finial. Birmingham 1896, Elkington & Co, 21 troy Oz. approx., 16.5 cm high.¦Condition Report: Appears in good overall condition with no obvious damage or repairs. Hallmarks good, a little grubby.

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    Lot 232

    Guide price
    £150 - £250

    Hammer price £200.00

  • Lot 233

    Lot 233

    GEORGE V SILVER HOT WATER JUG/COFFEE POT of baluster form raised on four ball feet. Sheffield 1934, William Huton & Sons, 24 troy Oz. appro., 23 cm high.¦Condition Report: Appears in good overall condition with no obvious damage or repairs. Surface and scratches and a little dirty. Hallmarks clear.

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    Lot 233

    Guide price
    £200 - £300

    Hammer price £0.00

  • Lot 234

    Lot 234

    EDWARD VII SILVER PEDESTAL TROPHY CUP having twin scroll whiplash handles with engraved initials |L & G| surmounted by bow design. Sheffield 1902, Martin, Hall & Co, 9 troy Oz. approx., 15.5 cm high.¦Condition Report: Appears in good overall condition with no obvious damage or repairs. Surface wear, scratches and minor dent to body below engraving. Hallmarks clear.

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    Lot 234

    Guide price
    £70 - £100

    Hammer price £75.00

  • Lot 235

    Lot 235

    GEORGE V SILVER MATCHING TWIN HANDLED SUCRIER AND CREAM JUG of tetradecagon form with engraved swag and foliate decoration. London 1929, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, 12 troy Oz. approx., (2)¦Condition Report: Both appear in good overall condition with no obvious major damage or repairs. Surface wear and scratches, wear to engraving, hallmarks clear.

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    Lot 235

    Guide price
    £100 - £150

    Hammer price £120.00

  • Lot 236

    Lot 236

    TWO SIMILAR SILVER PIERCED FISH SERVERS, one London 1822 with engraved seated dog by William Eley & William Fearn, the other London 1792. 10 troy Oz., approx overall. (2)¦Condition Report: Both appear in good condition for age with no major damage to piercing. Surface wear and scratches as expected.

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    Lot 236

    Guide price
    £70 - £100

    Hammer price £105.00

  • Lot 237

    Lot 237

    GEORGE V SILVER TABLE TOP DESK/PEN STAND raised on possibly red bakelite stand with clear glass inkwell. Sheffield 1917, William Hutton & Sons.¦Condition Report: Appears in good overall condition with no major damage. Surface wear as expected, minor scratches, hallmarks clear.

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    Lot 237

    Guide price
    £50 - £80

    Hammer price £55.00

  • Lot 238

    Lot 238

    LARGE GEORGE V SILVER LADLE together with a pair of smaller silver ladles. All Sheffield 1924, W S Savage & Co, 13 troy Oz. approx. overall. (3)¦Condition Report: All appear in good overall condition with no significant damage. Surface wear and scratches as expected, hallmarks clear.

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    Lot 238

    Guide price
    £100 - £150

    Hammer price £120.00

  • Lot 239

    Lot 239

    VICTORIAN CASED SILVER THREE PIECE CHRISTENING SET comprising kife, fork and spoon all engraved and having shell design handles. Birmingham 1845, makers initials W C. ¦Condition Report: Overall ok although dings to all of the handles. Hallmarks rubbed in places. Case has some wear particularly to base.

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    Lot 239

    Guide price
    £30 - £50

    Hammer price £35.00

  • Lot 240

    Lot 240

    GEORGE IV SILVER |PORT| DECANTER LABEL, London 1820, George Knight.¦Condition Report: Good overall condition with no obvious damage. Minor surface wear

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    Lot 240

    Guide price
    £20 - £30

    Hammer price £40.00

  • Lot 241

    Lot 241

    VICTORIAN SILVER CADDY SPOON of shell, floral and foliate design with snake handle. Birmingham 1858, Hilliard & Thomason.¦Condition Report: Overall good condition, some wear to shell tips and generally.

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    Lot 241

    Guide price
    £50 - £80

    Hammer price £65.00

  • Lot 242

    Lot 242

    TWO SIMILAR SILVER VESTA CASES, one of raised rib design and the other overall engraved and named |Syd|. Both Birmingham hallmarks. (2)¦Condition Report: Both appear good overall. Surface wear and minor scratching and both opening and closing well.

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    Lot 242

    Guide price
    £20 - £40

    Hammer price £35.00

  • Lot 243

    Lot 243

    GEORGE VI SILVER SQUARE POWDER COMPACT overall engine turned with engraved initials |MP| to lid, revealing inner flap with personalisation and dated |12th June 1948|. Birmingham 1947, Collins & Cook, 7 cm x 7cm.¦Condition report: Appears in good overall condition, some surface wear/scratches. All hinges working well, hallmarks clear.

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    Lot 243

    Guide price
    £30 - £50

    Hammer price £40.00

  • Lot 244

    Lot 244

    ELIZABETH II SILVER RECTANGULAR BOX having overall engine turned decoration and silver gilt interior. Birmingham 1977, W H Manton Ltd, 14 cm x 5.5 cm.¦Condition Report: In good overall condition, some minor surface wear and scratches. Repeat hallmarks a little rubbed to inner lid.

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    Lot 244

    Guide price
    £60 - £100

    Hammer price £85.00

  • Lot 245

    Lot 245

    TWO MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLED FRUIT KNIVES, one with silver blade (Sheffield), together with a white metal Kukri design bar brooch. (3)¦Condition Report: Some cracks to mother of pearl, silver blade protrudes a little. The two stones are missing from the bar brooch.

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    Lot 245

    Guide price
    £20 - £40

    Hammer price £30.00

  • Lot 246

    Lot 246

    VICTORIAN SILVER PIERCED SUGAR SIFTER SPOON having gilded bowl and bamboo design handle. London 1888, John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater.¦Condition Report: Good overall condition with minor wear. Hallmarks a little rubbed.

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    Lot 246

    Guide price
    £30 - £50

    Hammer price £20.00

  • Lot 247

    Lot 247

    GEORGE V SILVER CHRISTENING MUG raised on circular foot with flared rim, engraved initials and dated |October 1, 1910|. Chester 1910, 3 troy Oz., 9.5 cm high.¦Condition Report: The foot is slightly misshapen, makers mark rubbed and with surface wear and scratches overall.

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    Lot 247

    Guide price
    £20 - £40

    Hammer price £30.00

  • Lot 248

    Lot 248

    GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS TO INCLUDE silver (925) and glass swan, two dressing table boxes, matching mustard pot and salt with blue glass liners, pepperette and shell shaped salt. (7)¦

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    Lot 248

    Guide price
    £80 - £120

    Hammer price £110.00

  • Lot 249

    Lot 249

    PAIR OF SILVER PLATED DWARF/SMALL CANDLESTICKS having swag and bow decoration raised on square stepped bases. (2)¦Condition Report: Overall good with some surface wear and scratches.

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    Lot 249

    Guide price
    £20 - £30

    Hammer price £15.00

  • Lot 250

    Lot 250

    MID 20TH CENTURY SILVER TWO BRANCH CANDELABRA, raised on circular stepped base. Sheffield 1964, 37cm high (loaded).¦Condition Report: Overall good, some marks and wear. Hallmarks good.

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    Lot 250

    Guide price
    £200 - £300

    Hammer price £150.00

  • Lot 251

    Lot 251

    THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SET, comprising tea pot, sucrier and cream jug of half fluted oval form with engraved initials |L K|. Birmingham hallmarks (rubbed), 13 troy Oz. approx, 12.5 cm high the tallest piece. (3)¦Condition Report: Hallmarks are rubbed as is engraved initials. Small minor dings and dents but overall ok.

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    Lot 251

    Guide price
    £80 - £120

    Hammer price £110.00

  • Lot 252

    Lot 252

    NORWEGIAN SILVER COFFEE POT BY DAVID ANDERSEN, of lobed form raised on four scroll feet. Fully hallmarked with additional initials |L K| and date |6.11.1919|. 26 troy Oz. approx, 24cm high.¦Condition Report: Surface wear and scratched, some dents to body and lid slightly mis shapen. Legs also slightly out of shape, hallmarks good.

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    Lot 252

    Guide price
    £200 - £300

    Hammer price £400.00

  • Lot 253

    Lot 253

    PAIR OF NORWEGIAN SILVER (LOADED) CANDLESTICKS, of spiral form with repousse scroll decoration. (2)¦Condition Report: Overall ok with minor dents and surface wear, hallmarks a little rubbed.

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    Lot 253

    Guide price
    £50 - £80

    Hammer price £50.00

  • Lot 254

    Lot 254

    SET OF TEN NORWEGIAN SILVER SPOONS of shell and scroll design. Hallmarked |830 S| with further mark |NM| possibly by Brodrene Mylius, 11 troy Oz. approx. (10)¦Condition Report: Very good overall condition with only minor surface wear. Comes with embroidered cloth protective cover titled |Skjeer| (Norwegian for spoons).

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    Lot 254

    Guide price
    £60 - £100

    Hammer price £60.00

  • Lot 255

    Lot 255

    SET OF EIGHT NORWEGIAN SILVER SPOONS of shell and scroll design. Hallmarked |830 S| with further mark |NM| possibly for Brodrene Mylius, 11.5 troy Oz. approx. (8)¦Condition Report: Very good condition overall with only minor surface wear.

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    Lot 255

    Guide price
    £80 - £120

    Hammer price £70.00

  • Lot 256

    Lot 256

    TWO SETS OF SIX KNIVES, one with silver handles (Sheffield) the other with white metal handles. (12)¦Condition Report: Overall good, some blades loose in handle setting. Comes with embroidered cloth protective cover titled |Knives|.

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    Lot 256

    Guide price
    £20 - £40

    Hammer price £30.00

  • Lot 257

    Lot 257

    SET OF TEN NORWEGIAN SILVER FORKS of shell and scroll design. Hallmarked |830 S| and further mark |NM| possibly for Brodrene Mylius, 11.5 troy Oz. approx. (10)¦Condition Report: Very good overall condition with only minor surface wear.

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    Lot 257

    Guide price
    £80 - £120

    Hammer price £70.00

  • Lot 258

    Lot 258

    SET OF EIGHT NORWEGIAN SILVER FORKS of shell and scroll design. Hallmarked |830 S| and makers mark |NM| probably for Brodrene Mylius, 11 troy Oz. approx. (8)¦Condition Report: Very good overall condition with only minor surface wear. Comes with embroidered protective cloth cover titled |Gafler| (Norwegian for Fork)

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    Lot 258

    Guide price
    £70 - £100

    Hammer price £75.00

  • Lot 259

    Lot 259

    GEORGE V SILVER PEDESTAL BOWL, of half fluted form raised on circular base. Engraved |Robin Hood Rifles Officers Cup, 1913, Won by Lt. J. C. Warren| Sheffield 1913, Walker and Hall. 8 troy Oz. approx, 10cm high. ¦Condition Report: Good overall condition, surface wear and scratches but no serious damage. Hallmarks clear.

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    Lot 259

    Guide price
    £60 - £100

    Hammer price £100.00

  • Lot 260

    Lot 260

    GEORGE V SILVER SALVER, having pie crust edge raised on three ball and claw feet. Sheffield 1919, Mappin and Webb, 18 troy Oz. approx., 26.5cm diameter.¦Condition Report: Surface wear and scratches overall, with some minor dents to surface. No significant losses and hallmarks clear.

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    Lot 260

    Guide price
    £100 - £200

    Hammer price £140.00

  • Lot 261

    Lot 261

    GEORGE II SILVER TWIN HANDLED CUP OR LOVING MUG, raised on circular base with engraved initials |B S S|. London 1759, William Shaw II and William Priest. 10 troy Oz. approx., 12.7cm high¦Condition Report: Surface wear and scratches commensurate with age, no significant damage, minor dings. Hallmarks good.

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    Lot 261

    Guide price
    £100 - £150

    Hammer price £140.00

  • Lot 262

    Lot 262

    GEORGE III SILVER TWIN HANDLED MUG OR LOVING CUP, having engraved initials to handle |E S M| raised on circular base. London 1774, makers mark slightly rubbed possibly I.D for James Darquits Jr.10 troy oz. approx., 12cm high.¦Condition Report: Slightly mis-shapen at the base, surface wear and scrathces as expected but no significant losses. Hallmarks slightly rubbed, with makers mark unclear.

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    Lot 262

    Guide price
    £100 - £150

    Hammer price £120.00

  • Lot 263

    Lot 263

    GEORGE V SILVER MOUNTED COCONUT SHELL GOBLET, raised on circular base with applied 1860 The National Rifle Association Medal with motto |SIT PERPETUUM| (May It Last Forever). Birmingham 1911, Elkington & Co. 11cm high. ¦Condition Report: Silver base is loose. One or two cracks to exterior of shell. Some of the hallmarks are rubbed.

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    Lot 263

    Guide price
    £80 - £120

    Hammer price £200.00

  • Lot 264

    Lot 264

    WILLIAM IV SILVER BASTING SPOON, of fiddle pattern with engraved initials. London 1833, rubbed makers mark, possibly W.C for William Chinnery. 3 troy Oz. approx., 30cm long.¦Condition Report: Good overall condition, surface wear commensurate with age. Hallmarks a little rubbed particularly the makers mark.

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    Lot 264

    Guide price
    £30 - £50

    Hammer price £50.00

  • Lot 265

    Lot 265

    GROUP OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY SILVER SERVING SPOONS, to include set of four spoons London 1804 (Solomon Hougham), pair of spoons London 1808 (Peter & William Bateman) and a pair spoons London 1814 (E H). 16 troy Oz. approx., 22.5 cm long approx.¦Condition Report: Good overall condition, the spoons all have engraved initials. Surface wear and scratched but nothing serious.

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    Lot 265

    Guide price
    £100 - £200

    Hammer price £140.00