Australian J.M. Dempster Ltd silver plated salver, (Sydney) with 'Australia Day Honour to the Brave 30th July 1915 ' engraving recognizing the first Australia Day, 25.5 cm diameter. The first Australia Day was a response to Australia's involve
William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1934 salver circular, the rim broken by foliate incurved motifs, plain uninscribed body on three scroll feet, bearing the Royal Jubilee mark for George V and Mary of Teck, weight 1275 grams, diameter 35 cm
A substantial silver plate salver bearing the Cox Family crest octagonal with a shaped and pierced gallery edge, chased with a floral swag border and central serpent crest, raised on scroll feet. Width 57 cm.
A very significant silver plated salver ornately engraved to James Mackay, a man who almost single-handedly purchased much of New Zealand for the Government. This large silver plated salver (now missing feet and handles) is ornately hand engraved 'Presente
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