30 September - 1 October 2003
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A GEORGE II SILVER SALVER,
London, 1746, maker's mark of WP defaced (probably that of William Peaston),
circular, on four leaf-clad cocoon-shaped feet, the border cast with shells and scrolls, the field engraved with a crest, marked on reverse, the maker's mark defaced
13½in. (34.4cm.) diameter; 40oz.
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