12 June 2006
THE PROPERTY OF AN ESTATE
A GEORGE II SILVER MUG
MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, LONDON, 1722
Slightly tapering circular and on spread base, with a scroll handle, engraved with a coat-of-arms, marked near handle, the base engraved with numbers '17' and engraved with a scratchweight '7=12'
3 5/8 in. (90 mm.) high
8 oz. (250 gr.)
The arms are possibly those of Bernard, as borne by the Comtes de Coubert, Ile de France.
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