Online-Only Auction, 7 - 17 July 2017

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Lot 362
  • A George III silver pap boat, maker’s marks worn, London, 1782
  • A George III silver pap boat, maker’s marks worn, London, 1782
  • A George III silver pap boat, maker’s marks worn, London, 1782

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ZAR 5 000 - 7 000
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A George III silver pap boat, maker’s marks worn, London, 1782


with gilt interior, 11,5cm long, 95g; and a George III silver pap boat, London, makers marks worn, London, 1776, the body engraved with the initials ‘WEE’, dents, 11cm long, 55g

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