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A Queen Anne sterling silver dog-nose table spoon, London, 1707, makers mark rubbed

A pair of Queen Anne Britannia standard Dognose spoons. Maker John Holland I. London 1712. 106 gms.

A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose ribbed rat-tail table spoon, Exeter, circa 1710

A Pair of Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose rat-tail table spoons, by Benjamin Watts, London, 1709, engraved with initials R*D (2)

Two Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose rat-tail table spoons, one Thomas Burridge London 1706 and one William Juson, London, circa 1705 (2)

A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose ribbed rat-tail table spoon, by Edward Gibson, London, 1702, engraved with initials IWA

A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose rat-tail table spoon, by Henry Greene, London, 1707, engraved with a crest

A Pair of Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose rat-tail table spoons, by Henry Greene, London, 1708, engraved with initials *L*S*K (2)

Two Queen Anne Britannia standard silver dog-nose rat-tail table spoons, one Richard Hutchinson of Colchester London 1706 and one William Scarlett London 1711. (2)

A set of six sterling silver demi-tasse spoons, 1965 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Hardy Bros, the spoons with shaped and threaded stems with dognose finials, hallmarked underside to stems. Silver weight 57gr. Length 9.5 cm

A 17th century silver dog nose spoon with large rat tail bowl. Both with lower shank marks with pinprick punch initials, 1694. Length 20 cm

Four Elizabethan sterling silver dog nose spoons, maker L.I. London, 1573

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