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Two Victorian silver drinks labels, one brandy the other with an 'H'. Brandy label; John Tongue, Birmingham, 1859. 'H' label marks obscured.

A hallmarked sterling silver silver Jubilee decanter label, London 1977

Silver Sherry and Port decanter labels, made by R&K (Richards & Knight ) London 1978

A collection of five sterling silver labels, two George III, maker John Emes, London 1804 (gin and brandy) and three sterling silver wine labels, Birmingham 1978 (gin, whiskey and brandy).

Pair of George IV sterling silver labels - port and Madeira London 1829

Three sterling silver decanter labels, Brandy, Whisky and port, shell and gradrooned border, David Shaw & Martin Collins, London, 1978. Total weight 40g.

Two sterling silver decanter labels, for Brandy and sherry, Hampton Utilities, Birmingham, 1970. Total weight 24g.

Four silver decanter labels, two whisky, gin and vermouth; Sj rose & Son, Birmingham, 1920's.

Two sterling silver decanter labels, sherry and Whisky, shell and gadrooned border, A. C. & Sons Ltd, London, 1976. Total weight 29g.

A pair of Australian sterling silver decanter labels, circa 1970s, with maker's mark of Eric car, Western Australia, the pierced and shaped labels decorated with fine scrolling arabesques and a banner, one label marked 'Sherry' the other plain,

Three sterling silver decanter labels marked STG, Brandy, Whisky & Gin, 5.5 cm wide, 36 grams approx

A Victorian sterling silver wine label, with period bright cut foliate decoration and engraved 'Whishky' in gothic style script. Maker: AT. Birmingham, 1861

Three various Geo hallmarked sterling silver spirit labels. Madeira, port & sherry. Various makers.

Two Sterling silver bottle labels port and whisky, hallmarked Birmingham 1984 and 1985

Three decanter labels, two being sterling silver

A George III sterling silver rum decanter label, London 1806

Georgian sterling silver crescent shaped sherry label

Two sterling silver Victorian bottle labels, Medira & Whisky. Hallmarked London 1848

Two silver decanter labels, whisky label D J silver Repairs, London 1969, and sherry label S J rose & Son,. Birmingham 1976. (2)

Three George III silver wine labels: 'Port' navette shape; London 1791, 'Claret' shaped rectangular; Sheffield 1816; 'Sherry', oval; c.1,800. (3)

A pair of silver wine labels by Charles Rawlings & William Summers, London 1856

Three silver wine labels, 'Sherry', 'Dry Sherry' and 'Port'; Francis Howard Ltd., London 1977. (3)

Two silver wine labels, one Australian; Jean Pierre Hooft (Adelaide). (2)

Two sterling silver bottle tags 'Whisky' tag hallmarked Birmingham 1941 and 'Brandy' tag hallmarked Birmingham 1937

A pair of Elizabeth II 'Bacchus' wine labels by Wyard Druitt & Co., London 1973. Cast in typical form with grape vines, marked for 'Port' and 'Brandy', 126 grams, together with a late Victorian silver 'Sherry' wine label by Joseph Ridge, Sheffield 1900, 53

A set of three silver wine labels by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co, London 1908. Together with three other Victorian and later silver wine labels in vine leaf form, 'Sherry', 'Madeira' and 'Port', 161 grams in total, (6).Provenance: part purchased from Ga

Three sterling silver bottle labels- Gin, Brandy and sherry

A pair of Victorian silver wine labels, cartouche form with 'Embossed' borders and belcher link chain; Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1846. Width 5 cm

A pair of silver wine labels, rectangular, with shell and gadroon borders; Cooper Bros., Sheffield

Three various decanters, attributed Stuart, fancy & floral cut (with hallmarked sterling silver whisky label); and two early splice cut. Height 15 cm. & 17 cm. (2)

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