A MISCELLANEOUS GROUP OF SILVER
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A MISCELLANEOUS GROUP OF SILVER

VARIOUS DATES AND MAKERS

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A MISCELLANEOUS GROUP OF SILVER
VARIOUS DATES AND MAKERS
Comprising a small George III silver chamberstick, mark of Abstainando King, London, 1802, with detachable nozzle and snuffer, crested on thumbpiece; a late Victorian spirally-fluted spherical string box, mark of William Comyns, London, 1895, on three ball feet; a George III provincial plain oval vinaigrette, marked IL, lion passant and King's head, possibly for John Langlands (II) of Newcastle, circa 1800, engraved with initials HC; a late Victorian napkin ring, Sheffield, 1896; and an unmarked George II silver parfume or cachou box of upright "D" shape, probably Irish, circa 1735
8.5 oz. (264 gr.) (5)
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