17 November 2009
PROPERTY FROM THE OAKWOOD COLLECTION
A GEORGE III SILVER TRAVELLING CANTEEN
THE BEAKER LONDON, 1769, MAKER'S MARK TE, THE OTHER PIECES VARIOUSLY MARKED
Comprising: a tapering beaker; a folding fork; a folding spoon, a pair of silver-mounted glass bottles; a bodkin; an ear-scoop; a marrow spoon; a spice-box and a handle for the steel corkscrew and knife, all fitting into the beaker and contained in a silver-mounted wood box
the box 6¼ in. (25.8 cm.) high
with C. J. Vander, London, July 1966.
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