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A late Victorian sterling silver seal top spoon, 1898 London, with maker's marks for Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, the rat tail spoon with an elegant oval bowl and a simple cylindrical stem terminating in a floral and nozzle form seal top with mono

Sterling silver Commonwealth period seal top spoon, bearing the makers mark W.C., London 1649

Arts & Crafts Hammered seal top sterling silver spoon, Hallmarked George Henry Hart (Guidhall of handicraft) London 1938. Approx 45g

A pair of silver miniature seal-top spoons; Thomas Bradbury, Sheffield 1927.

Charles I sterling silver seal top spoon by William Cary, London 1675

A Charles I silver seal top spoon, Richard Crosse, London 1634 the square faceted stem with lobed double baluster finial, the terminal engraved 'IL' over 'IT', length 17.5 cm

A Charles I sterling silver seal top spoon with fluted and foliage baluster seal, 1638, makers mark B. Y. (presumably Benjamin Yate). 16 cm long

A Charles I silver seal top spoon, maker TP in shaped shield, London, 1639, the shell shaped bowl with square facetted handle, the seal with prick initials D. H over H. B, 56.4gms. Length 18 cm

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