31 October 2002
Ein Deutscher Silberteller
A German silver dinner-plate
Mark of Christian Lieberkühn the Younger, Berlin circa 1747
Shaped circular and with moulded rim, the reverse engraved with FR monogram within rococo shell and foliage cartouche with Royal Prussian crown above for King Frederick the Great, marked on reverse, numbered and engraved with scratchweight, 'No. 51 0 2 M 12 lot 2 q'
10 1/8in. (25.8cm.) diam.
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