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Two various Queen Anne and George I spoons etc. One Edinburgh 1709, maker Charles Blair; and one Edinburgh 1716, maker Colin McKenzie. Both relate with Assay master Edward Penman. Both with rat tail bowl. Plus pair early Scottish sugar nips. Bear marks
Four sterling silver and Britannia standard spoons & ladles, 1,800-1825, Aberdeen, with marks for George Booth, a small ladle; late 18th century Birmingham, a small toddy ladle with a baleen handle; 1881 Edinburgh (and Aberdeen) with marks for George S
A pair of Britannia standard silver rat tail spoons, 1715 and 1716, with Britannia standard, maker's marks rubbed, probably G?, of typical form with elongated bowls, hallmarked to the stems and with engraved initials Ia underside of terminals. Silver w
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
A sterling silver apostle spoon, 1901/2 London, with maker's mark for Haseler Brothers , the rat tail spoon with a shallow oval bowl having a plain stem with a figural finial; hallmarked to the reverse of stem, silver weight 38gr, length 14 cm.
Three sterling silver table spoons, comprising one crested Britannia standard Hanoverian rat tail bearing indistinct makers mark, London 1718; one Hanoverian pattern rat tail, initialled 'A' over 'Tp' and bearing marks for Henry Clarke, London 1722; and on
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