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A delightful Georgian English Silver Mote Spoon, dating from c1750. It is marked with the maker's mark only. The spoon measures 5 1/2" inches (142mm) in length. It is in very good condition.

Price £250    €280.63    $319.45

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Good English Georgian Silver Mote Spoon, c1750
A good Antique English Silver Plated 3 Piece Tea Set.

Price £125    €140.31    $159.73

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A Good Antique English Silver Plated Tea Set
A good English Sterling Silver Stamp Case made in Birmingham and dating from c1913/14.

Price £165    €185.21    $210.84

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English Sterling Silver Stamp Case/Wallet c1913
A delightful Georgian English Silver Mote Spoon, dating from c1750. Hallmarks are worn. The spoon measures just under 5 1/2" inches (138mm) in length. It is in excellent condition.

Price £275    €308.69    $351.40

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Early Georgian English Silver Mote Spoon c1750
A very good quality English Sterling Silver Compact made by Garrard & Co. The House of Garrard is the longest serving jewellery house in the world, established in 1735. Crown Jewellers to the British Royal Family. The box is hallmarked on the inside, with the maker's mark "G&CoLd" for Garrard & Company Limited, the Lion Passant Silver Mark, the anchor Birmingham town mark and date letter "G" for 1956/57. It has engine turned engraving to all sides, the lid with a gold thumb piece at the front. An item of excellent quality and in very good condition. It measures 65mm x 65mm x 10mm. The weight is 100.2g/3.53oz/3.21ozt.

Price £195    €218.89    $249.17

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English Silver Compact, Garrard & Co
A delightful Georgian English Silver Mote Spoon, dating from c1750. It is marked with the maker's mark only. The spoon measures 5 1/4" inches (133mm) in length. It is in excellent condition.

Price £250    €280.63    $319.45

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Georgian English Silver Mote Spoon, c1750
An impressive, antique Victorian large English sterling silver box. Most probably originally intended as a cigar or cheroot case, however could be put to several different uses. The box is hallmarked on the inside lip with the Monarch's Head duty mark (Queen Victoria), the maker's mark "TJ" for Thomas Johnson, the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Leopard's Head London town mark and date letter "e" for 1860/61. The inside of the lid also having the maker's mark "TL", the Lion Passant, alongside the date letter "e". The inside of the lid also stamped with the original retailers name "H Rodrigues, 42 Piccadilly" for Henry Rodrigues, 42 Piccadilly, London. The lid and base both deorated with similar engraving. The box is in excellent condition. It measures aproximately 140mm x 70mm x 30mm. The weight is 210.4g/7.42ox6.76ozt

Price £595    €667.89    $760.29

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Victorian English Silver Cigar Case c1860
A good George III, English Sterling Silver Snuff Box made in London and dating from 1804. The inside of the box hallmarked with the maker's mark (slightly worn), the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Leopard's Head Crowned london town mark, the date letter "I" for 1804 and the Monarch's Head duty mark. The box with nice engraving to all sides. The lid with engraved initials. The box is in good condition, but does have some minor indents. It measures 62mm x 42mm x 12mm. The weight is 38.2g

Price £250    €280.63    $319.45

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George III, English Silver Snuff Box  c1804
A very nice pair of Antique, George III, English Sterling Silver Novelty Salts in the form of a bath tub, made by Richard Cook in London and dating from c1805. They are hallmarked with the maker's mark "RC" for Richard Cook, the Monarch's Head duty mark, the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Crowned Leopard's Head London town mark and date letter "K" for 1805/06. They have an armorial crest engraved to the front (see photo). They measure approximately 3 3/4" inches (93mm) in width. The weight (both combined) is 213.4g/7.52oz6.86ozt In very good overall condition.

Price £595    €667.89    $760.29

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George III, English Sterling Silver Novelty Salts
A good, Antique, George III, English Sterling Silver Mug made by Francis Crump, London c1765. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "F.C" for francis Crump, the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Leopard's Head Crowned London town mark and date letter "k" for 1765/66. It measures 4" inches (102mm) in height and 3" inches (75mm) in diameter. The weight is 205.3g/7.24oz/6.60ozt. It is in excellent condition.

Price £795    €892.39    $1015.85

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George III, English Silver Mug, London c1765
An Antique George III, English Provincial Sterling Silver Mug made by John Langlands I & John Robertson I, Newcastle c1792. It is hallmarked with the maker's mark "IL/IR" for John Langlands I & John Robertson I, the Lion Passant sterling silver mark, the Leopard's Head Crowned, the "three castles" Newcastle town mark and the Monarch's Head duty mark and date letter "B" for 1792/93. The partnership between John Langlands I and John Robertson I is recorded as being active 1778 - 1795. There are later engraved initials and date "1871 to the front of the mug. It measures 3 3/4" inches (95mm) in height. The weight is 168.5g/5.94oz/5.41ozt. It is in excellent condition.

Price £595    €667.89    $760.29

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George III, English Silver Mug, Newcastle c1792
An exquisite Antique, Early Victorian, English Silver Presentation Snuff Box made by the highly regarded maker, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham. The box is hallmarked on the inside, the lid having the Monarch's Head duty mark (Queen Victoria), the maker's mark "N.M" and the Lion Passant Silver Mark. The base having the maker's mark "N.M", the Monarch's Head and the Lion Passant, alongside the Birmingham town mark and date letter "x" for 1846/47. There is a very nice Railway Interest Presentation Inscription inside the lid of the box, presented to Colonel Sir Eric Gore Browne DSO (1885 - 1964) hogmanay, 31 December 1947 (see photos), 100 years after the box was made. The inscription reads as follows: To Col. Eric Gore Browne DSO, Chairman Southern Railway Company, from his Officers, 31st December 1947. The lid of the box has a very nice engraving depicting the Coat of Arms of the Southern Railway Company. Colonel Sir Eric Gore Browne (1885-1964) was a soldier, businessman and banker.During the First World War Gore Browne was called to active duty, arriving in France with his battalion on 13 March 1915. He served throughout the war in various staff posts, and rose to the rank of brevet major. He was mentioned in despatches and won the French Croix de Guerre and the Distinguished Service Order. He also served in World War II. There is a portrait of him in the National Portrait Gallery. The box is in excellent condition. It measures approximately 86mm x 57mm x 22mm. The weight is 118.1g/4.16oz/3.79ozt.

Price £895    €1004.64    $1143.63

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Antique Table Silver Snuff Box Railway Interest
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