Online-Only Auction, 31 May - 7 June 2021

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R 5 628
Lot 78
A George III silver salver, Thomas Hannam & John Crouch, London, 1804 with 1851 Victoria duty stamp for William Cooper

Lot Estimate
R 3 500 - 4 500
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 5 628

About this Item

A George III silver salver, Thomas Hannam & John Crouch, London, 1804 with 1851 Victoria duty stamp for William Cooper


circular with moulded wavy c-scroll and shell rim, the centre engraved with the initial 'M' enclosed by scrolling foliage and flowerheads, raised on three hoof feet, 23,5cm diameter, 395g

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