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A late Victorian silver-gilt striker, maker’s initials ‘S & Co.’ Birmingham, 1897
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Lot 46

A late Victorian silver-gilt striker, maker’s initials ‘S & Co.’ Birmingham, 1897


with hinged cover, the whole chased with foliage enclosing a shield-shaped cartouche engraved with initials, the side with ring attachment and later chain, 4,8cm high, 30g; a Victorian silver striker, Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham, 1893, chased with foliage, the front engraved with a circular cartouche with the initials ‘A.L.B.’, 4,5cm high, 20g; and another, Colen Hewer Cheshire, Birmingham, 1883, engine-turned with a vacant cartouche, pivot compartment, suspension loop, 3,5cm high, 20g

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Sold for R 1 400
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 1 642

Estimate R 1 000 - 1 200


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