16 - 17 December 2010
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GEORGE II SILVER PRESENTATION GOBLET,
LONDON, 1759, MAKER'S MARK 'R.C',
marked on bowl; inscribed on bowl 'Stoke St. Mary 1759/Wm Philpott/John Granslade } Church Wardens'; later inscription on base 'Alastair Bradley Martin from his Uncle Jay and Aunt Dita 1915'
5¾in. (14.5cm.) high, 4.5oz. approximate weight
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This lot is offered without reserve.
PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF ALASTAIR BRADLEY MARTIN INCLUDING WORKS
FROM THE GUENNOL COLLECTION
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