15 January 2003
This lot is offered without a reserve
A COLLECTION OF ENGLISH SILVER WITH FOX HUNTING INTEREST,
Comprising: a tankard with presentation inscription for the Phoenix Novice Steeplechase marked JBC&S Ld, Birmingham, 1962; a letter opener with a fox mask terminal marked JBC&S Ld, Birmingham, 1978; two menu holders with fox masks and crossed riding crops marked SSW&H Ld, Birmingham, 1909; a glass box with silver cover pierced with scrolls with a fox head finial marked Thomas Wimbush, London, 1833; and two coffee pots with part-fluted bodies, marked SSW&H Ld, London 1911 and Sheffield, 1911, all fully hallmarked.
The pot 7½in. (19cm.) high; weighable silver 39oz. (7)
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