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A GEORGE IV ENAMELLED GOLD HAND-SEAL
A GEORGE VI SILVER-MOUNTED HARDSTONE FREEDOM BOX

MAKER'S MARK OF, EXETER, 1823

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A GEORGE VI SILVER-MOUNTED HARDSTONE FREEDOM BOX
MAKER'S MARK OF, EXETER, 1823
Rectangular marble box with reeded silver mounts and scroll thumbpiece, the cover centred with an applied octagonal silver plaque chased with a coat-of-arms, the inner side rims of the base mount engraved with an inscription which reads 'The Freedom of the Borough of Plymouth To the Rt. Hon. Geo, Canning Secretary of State For Foreign Affairs. Cap. Lockyer R.N.CB Mayor 1823
5 in. (130 mm.) wide
The arms are those of the City of Plymouth
Provenance
Hubert George de Burgh-Canning, 2nd Marquess of Clanricarde (1832-
1916), by whom bequeathed to his great-nephew,
Henry Lascelles, 6th Earl of Harewood (1882-1947), and by descent at
Harewood House, Yorkshire.

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