Online-Only Auction, 8 - 15 July 2019

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Lot 405
A George II silver tankard, maker's mark possibly I R, London, 1727

Lot Estimate
R 7 000 - 9 000
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About this Item

A George II silver tankard, maker's mark possibly I R, London, 1727


the tapering cylindrical body engraved with initials F*H and later initials, raised on a moulded circular footrim, the side applied with a leaf-capped c-scroll handle, gilt interior, with reeded rim, solder repair, dents, the base engraved S W * E, 11,4cm high, 340g

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