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A Dutch silver spoon and a silver spoon
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A Dutch silver spoon and a silver spoon

MAKER'S MARK OF HENDRIK KAMERLINGH, AMSTERDAM, 1739; APPARENTLY UNMARKED, 17TH/18TH CENTURY

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A Dutch silver spoon and a silver spoon
Maker's mark of Hendrik Kamerlingh, Amsterdam, 1739; apparently unmarked, 17th/18th Century
The first with oval-shaped rat-tail bowl on the back engraved with TKS, strapwork stem and Charity finial with two children at her side and one against her brest; the second with circular-shaped plain bowl with cast stem and Charity finial
18.5cm. and 17.4cm. long
marked on the back of the bowl
50gr. and 40gr. (2)
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Christie's charge a buyer's premium of 20.825% of the hammer price for lots with values up to NLG 200,000. If the hammer price exceeds the NLG 200,000 then the premium is calculated at 20.825% of the first NLG 200,000 plus 11.9% of any amount in excess of NLG 200,000.

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