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    Sale 7597

    Important Silver

    10 June 2008, London, King Street

  • Lot 35

    A GEORGE II SILVER TUMBLER-CUP

    MARK OF JOHN PAYNE, LONDON, 1752

    Price Realised  

    A GEORGE II SILVER TUMBLER-CUP
    MARK OF JOHN PAYNE, LONDON, 1752
    Tapering cylindrical, engraved on each side with a crest, marked near rim
    2¼ in. (5.7 cm.) high
    4 oz. (121 gr.)
    The crests are those of Corbett, probably for Andrew Corbett (1720-1796) or his younger brother Richard Prynce Corbett (1735-1779). Richard Corbett's son Andrew Corbett, succeeded his uncle in 1796 and was created a baronet in 1808.


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    Provenance

    With J.H. Bourdon-Smith, London, 1 February 1983


    Pre-Lot Text

    THE OAKWOOD COLLECTION
    (Lots 1-106)