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A Georgian sterling silver tankard with straight sides and glass bottom, 11.5 cm high

A sterling silver lidded tankard by John Wirgman, London 1744, 20 cm high

A sterling silver lidded tankard by John Wirgman, London 1757, 21 cm high

George III hallmarked sterling silver lidded tankard. London 1788, maker IR (poss. John Fabers). Crest to lid. Monogrammed. Wt. 872g

George III hallmarked sterling silver tankard. London 1772, maker Walter Brind? crested. Height 12 cm Wt. 351g

An Edward VI Britannia standard silver tankard of Charles II style, with tapering sides, double-scroll thumb piece and acanthus leaf junction to handle, and McPherson coat of arms which reads 'Touch Not the Cat But a Glove'. Maker: HF, London, 1908, 756gm.

A George III sterling silver straight sided mug by Elizabeth Morley, London 1813, 8.5 cm high, 140 grams

A silver mounted polar bear skull with gaping jaws and three removable silver beakers, 25 cm high, 31 cm long, The skull was part of the Archive of Gordon Burt, OBE (Christie's Australia, 28 November 1996, Lot 472). Gordon Burt was the Engineer on the 1925

A fine French silver gilt beaker by Emile Puiforcat, Paris circa 1900 with bands of finely engraved decoration and gadrooned foot, 14 cm high, 12 cm diameter, 505 grams

Two near Identical French. 950 silver beakers, 1795-97 unofficial marks, one item with cockerel stamp, makers' marks for L.T and D.C. the straight-sided beakers with threaded everted rims, marked underside and to body, one beaker with etched initials E

A sterling silver tankard: 'The Queen's Silver Jubilee', 1977 Sheffield, with maker's mark for sterling Silverware Ltd, a straight-sided tapering tankard with a reeded rim and a fluted band to the base, having an applied coat of arms to the

A fine Victorian rococo revival Christening mug, 1853 London, with maker's mark for James Charles Edington, of ogee profile with a waisted foot and scrolling ear form handle, richly embossed and chased with flowers, shells and scale forms, an engraved

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian pint tankard having a Georgian style floral etched round bellied body, a scroll handle with an anthemion-leaf thumb-piece, with a gilt was interior & sitting on a pedestal foot. Monogramed & dated 'W

A Victorian silver baluster mug, heavy embossed C-scroll panelled borders enclosing florals and central cartouche presentation engraved 'Dunedin Bowling Club Presented by Robert Wilson (President) won by T.C. Young 1879', double scroll handle with

Molong Agricultural Show, Best Ram Cup, 1879', A Victorian sterling silver beaker trophy by Samuel Hardy, London 1877, retailed by Hardy Brothers, Sydney, 10 cm

A George III silver mug, cylindrical form, finely ribbed with an encircling band of repeating leaf and oval forms, engraved cartouche, gilt interior. London 1816 by Samuel Whitford II. 125gms. Height 7.2 cm

Three silver beakers: two Continental silver and one other. Hungary post 1937-65 period, and Germany post 1886, both 800 silver; mark of metal Argent and numerical mark (partial). Afluted German beaker, a tapering stepped rim Hungarian beaker with a brushe

A sterling silver mug. Early 20th century American, with maker's mark for Gnc. The gilt washed straight sided beaker with a rolled rim with beading detail, monogrammed 'Asd' and dated 1912, with a 'C' form hollow handle with a leafy flo

An Edwardian sterling silver mug 1910/11 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons. Atapering straight sided beaker with a cushion shaped 'C' form handle; gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked to the upper body. Silver weight 19

Two mid century sterling silver Christening mugs. Mid 20th century Australia, with maker's pictorial mark (fleece) for Angus & Coote; mid 20th century Canada, with inscription for international sterling. A baluster shaped mug with a waisted neck, a

A sterling silver tankard 1939/40 Birmingham, with maker's marks for J Gloster Ltd. Of elegant slightly baluster shape to a stepped pedestal, with a hollow 'C' form handle; hallmarked to the body. Silver weight 297gr. Height 14 cm

A sterling silver tankard 1937/8 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Al davenport. The straight sided tapering tankard with rolled rims and a shaped square section 'C' style handle; hallmarked. Silver weight; 297gr. Height 11.5 cm

A George II sterling silver tankard, 1750 London, by Richard Gurney & Thomas Cook. Height 9.5 cm. Weight 184gms

A c.1900 Woshing of Shanghai small silver mug, tapered cylindrical form with encircling band of love-birds amongst bamboo blossom, vacant circular cartouche, raised ribbed rims, bamboo form handle, impressed marks. 118gms. Height 7.8 cm

A George IV silver tankard. Maker: Alexander Edmonstoun III, Edinburgh 1825. Date letter: "T". inscribed: "A.P.". Weight: 191 grams.

Sterling silver baluster half pint tankard, marked London, 1931, B&F ltd. Approx 196g, two dents to body, patina overall condition is good, approx 9 cm high

Antique George II sterling silver pint tankard / mug, baluster form, marked RG & TC, London, 1738 Approx 316g & 11 cm high

Pair of silver Drinking mugs. Etched zig-zag pattern with frosted finish, embossed lower floral border. Stamped to base 'Silver'. Height 12 cm (each). Wt. 393g (total)

A fine Georgian sterling silver tankard, 1750/51 London, with maker's mark for Richard Gurney & Thomas Cooke II, the tankard of slightly compressed ogee form, raised on a broad waist to a shaped and stepped circular foot, having an elegant ear form handle

An early Victorian engine turned sterling silver beaker, 1841 London, with maker's mark for Thomas Diller, the cylindrical beaker with a waisted and bordered rim, of elegant and restrained design with a vacant circular cartouche, gilt washed to the int

A George IV sterling silver baluster mug elaborately embossed with hounds stalking ducks by Jonathan Hayne, London 1829. 11.5 cm high, 145 grams

Six Indian silver beakers 11 cm high approx, marked T100 to bases, 1045 grams approx

A sterling silver Christening mug, 1928 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Hardy Bros, the cylindrical unadorned mug with a stepped rim and an ear shaped square form handle. Silver weight 130gr. Height 7.5 cm

A silver tankard, plain form, ribbed base; Wb & Bs, Birmingham, 1945.

Alexander Dick sterling silver Christening mug with engraved circular banding to the body, monogrammed 'EC' having a round barbed handle, sitting on a collet foot base. Sydney, 1835, maker Alexander Dick. Condition good, expected wear consistent with age &

A French silver beaker by Pierre Hippolyte Fournerot, two French beakers, a Dutch beaker and two other

A large Victorian sterling silver loving cup. 1881 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Lee & Wigfull (Henry Wigfull), the tankard style cup of slightly tapering form raised on a stepped base and with hollow handles, well engraved to the body with con

A Russian. 875 silver beaker. 1879 St Petersburg, with partial assay and maker's marks, zolotniki 84 standard, the tapering cup having a soft patina, with a rolled rim, bright cut and prick worked with town scenes and fan shaped foliage motifs within i

Silver presentation Rowing beaker, mark of William Drummond, Melbourne, 1906-1933, with plain body engraved with 'Melbourne Amateur Regatta, Estab. 1903, 1909 Maiden Eights won by Melbourne University Boat Club', and giving details of the winning c

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