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A GEORGE II SILVER CHAMBERSTICK,
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A GEORGE II SILVER CHAMBERSTICK,

MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, LONDON, 1747,

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A GEORGE II SILVER CHAMBERSTICK,
MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, LONDON, 1747,
Dished circular base later engraved with armorial, scroll handle & collet foot, 5½ in. diameter (14 cm.), 10 oz.
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The arms are for a Viscount Feilding, heir apparent to the Earl of Denbigh & Earl of Desmond. The shield of Feilding quartering Hapsburg is charged with the inescutcheon of another. It is borne on the breast of a double-headed eagle signifying the family's then claim to the dignity of Count of the Holy Roman Empire. This is ensigned by the coronet of a British viscount, the courtesy title accorded the heir apparent of the Earl of Desmond.

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