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A George II silver tankard, makers mark rubbed, London 1749,...

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£140 - £200

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A George II silver tankard, makers mark rubbed, London 1749, of waisted, cylindrical form, embossed and chassed with scrolls, foliage and flowers, a double C scrolled handle and engraved with a lion family crest, 11.5cm h, 8cm dia at the top, foot 8.5cm dia, 317g
Condition: miss-sharpen, heavy scratching by the assay marks, some dents

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Auction Date: 1st Dec 2021 at 10:30am

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1st Dec 2021 10:30am (Lots 1 to 341)