20 November 2009,
London, King Street
Price realised GBP 1,875
Estimate GBP 700 - GBP 1,000
A GEORGE III SILVER SECOND-COURSE DISH
MARK OF SEBASTIAN AND JAMES CRESPELL, LONDON, 1764
Shaped circular and with a gadrooned rim, engraved with the Royal arms with a label for difference within the Garter motto and with Royal duke's coronet above, marked on back, further numbered 'N=9' and engraved with a scratchweight '21'
10¾ in. (27.5 cm.) diam.
19 oz. (581 gr.)
The arms are those borne by the sons of King George III (1760-1820).
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