1 May 2007
A FINE ENGLISH PEWTER FLAT-LID TANKARD
BY THE MAKER I.B. CIRCA 1680
With a plain drum, the stepped cover with three incised lines and four hallmarks and engraved with ownership initials in triad form 'W.H.A.' to brim, denticulations to brim and rams horn thumbpiece, the handle with spade terminal
7in. (17.8cm.) high overall
Cooper and Peal collections.
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Museum of London 1989, Pewter, A celebration of the craft, No.98.
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