London, South Kensington
18 April 2007
A 17TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SILVER BEAKER
MAKER'S MARK ONLY, A MONOGRAM, APPARENTLY T, REVERSED N CONJOINED, POSSIBLY NORTH GERMAN
Engraved around rim "G.B.D M.S.D 1643" and further prick-dot engraved "ALS:MMD", the sides set with two 17th century German coins, one from Jülich-Cleve-Berg, the other from Brandenburg-Ansbach dated 1626, 3½ in. high (9 cm.), 5 oz.
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