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George III & IV silver toast racks by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, London 1816 and Charles Thomas fox, 1825, each of typical form on ball feet, total weight 548 grams, 16.5 cm long, (2)

Sterling silver toast rack, hallmarked Birmingham 1919, 2.4grams

George III sterling silver toast rack with fixed loop handle, six arched divisions on gadrooned base with shell cast scroll feet, London, 1782, maker WT

A Victorian silver toast rack with a gadrooned edge and scrolled feet. Maker John & Henry Lias London 1842, 16 cm long, 13 cm high, 363g

Pair of sterling silver four slice toast racks, hallmarked Birmingham 1923

Victorian sterling silver toast rack, hallmarked London 1852, makers John Evans, length 15 cm, 270 grams approx.

Art deco sterling silver Toast rack marked JD&S, Sheffield, 1920 approx 134g, 11 cm long

English hallmarked sterling silver toast rack with a floral motif throughout, 1852, Birmingham, maker Hilliard & Thomson, weight 201g

George VI Hallmarked silver toast rack, Sheffield, 1940, makers EV., length .5 cm. Wt.53 grams.

Edward VII sterling silver toast rack 6 division with fixed handle on 4 octagonal feet, Sheffield, 1902.

A pair of Hardy Brothers Australian silver Art Deco toast racks, 4 x 12 cm, Wt 127 g

Sterling silver toast rack, hallmarked Birmingham 1904 (J Sherwood & Sons), 10.5 cm wide, 119 grams

English hallmarked sterling silver George III toast rack having two plain rounded wire-work bars, a loop handle, sitting on a rectangular base with four cast ball feet. London, 1802, maker Charles fox I & James turner. Condition fair, minor wear, one r

Sterling silver toast rack in a heart form decorated with ribbon and reed threading marked Sheffield, GH, 1906, 116g, 9 cm long

Three sterling silver toast racks, English and two Australian, 1932 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Edw. Viner; Hardy Brothers; Jmd for probably Jm Dempster, the small racks all of varied arched form with central carry handles; hallmarked to all, silv

A Georgian hallmarked sterling silver toast rack, London 1821, 13 x 16 cm, weight 320 g

Solid silver letter holder/ toast rack marked Birmingham, 1936, O&B, approx 16 cm long, 95g

Antique sterling silver toast rack, marked 1902, London, Ot & Bd approx 58g, approx 11 cm high, 8 cm wide

A pair of Australian sterling silver toast racks, 20th century, with sterling standard and maker's marks for William Drummond & Co Melbourne, a Gothic arched pair; hallmarked underside. Silver weight 113gr. Height 9 cm. Length 8 cm. Width 5.5 cm

Two Australian sterling silver toast racks, first half 20th century, with sterling standard and maker's marks for William Drummond & Co Melbourne, and Edwin Harrop, a rounded arch rack presented as a golf prize in 1934 and a squared rectangular ra

A pair of Hardy Brothers sterling silver toast racks, marked H. Hardy Brothers STG, G

Sterling silver toast rack marked RP, London, 1928, approx 107g and 11 cm long

A George III silver four bar toast rack, with loop handle featuring a crest of a lion rampant. Charles Fox & James Turner. London, 1802. 11.5 cm long, 170g.

Two sterling silver toast racks, 1922 Sheffield, with maker's mark for D&M Davis; and 1936 London, with maker's mark for William Bruford & Sons Ltd, one of rounded tubular arch form and raised on four ball feet, the other of squared arch fo

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian five bar toast rack having plain rounded wire-work bars, matching loop handle, all sitting on a rectangular base with strengthening strut, on four cast ball feet. London, 1885, maker William Hutton & Sons. C

George VI silver toast rack, Sheffield, 1938, Viners Ltd

Pair of sterling silver toast racks, Walker and Hall Sheffield 1936 (Edward VIII)

Two small sterling silver toast racks, 1925 London, with maker's mark for John Charles Lowe, 1945 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall. the Lowe rack of squared bracket profile, the Walker & Hall rack of looped arching form; hall

A Georgian sterling silver toast rack 1824/5 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Matthew Boulton. Rectangular with seven arched wire work partitions raised upon four leafy scrolled feet, a tapering vegetal handle with an oval threaded holder; hallmarked

Two sterling silver toast racks 1895/6 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons, and; 1934/5 Birmingham, for Marson & Jones. One of arched Gothic form, the other with arched and canted strapwork, both raised on scalloped bases and ha

A sterling silver toast rack 1930/31 London, with maker's mark for Charles T fox II. Rectangular with seven arched wirework partitions raised upon four shell and scroll feet, a conforming handle with circular holder; hallmarked to the base. Silver weig

A Victorian sterling silver toast rack 1879/80 London, with maker's mark for George fox. Rectangular with canted corners, with seven arched and canted strapwork partitions, a central loop handle and raised on four buckle style feet; hallmarked to base.

A pair of sterling silver toast racks, 1933 and 1934 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Viner's Ltd, the arched pair with chamfered corners, pointed arch handles and scalloped lower rails, crisply hallmarked to both, silver weight 217gr. Height 11 c

A heavy gauge sterling silver toast rack, 1903/4 London, with maker's marks for William Hutton & Sons Ltd, of rounded form upon an oval base and raised on ball feet, with a central lobed carry handle with a central stem support; hallmarked to the l

A near pair of sterling silver toast racks, 1936/7 and 1939/40 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Rattray & Co, and Adie Bros, the pointed arch pair with shaped pierced handles, hallmarked to lower rails, silver weight 77gr. Height 7.5 cm. Length 8

Two sterling silver toast racks, 1912/13 Birmingham, with maker's marks for George Unite; and one by Hardy Bros, Australia, one of shaped arching form, the other with graduated circular straps raised on small ball feet and both with central looped hand

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