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A GEORGE II SILVER SPONGE-BOX
INDISTINCT MAKER'S MARK ONLY, CIRCA 1740
Circular, the cover with a crimped border and engraved with an inscription, the base pierced, marked inside cover and on base
3 5/8 in. (9.2 cm.) diameter
4 oz. (124 gr.)
The inscription reads 'Quid est hoc Hoc est Quid'
Provenance
The Oakwood Collection; Christie's, London, 10 June 2008, lot 1.

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