London, South Kensington
18 March 2009
A GROUP OF FOUR WILLIAM IV/VICTORIAN SILVER HUNTING HORNS, ONE LARGE AND THREE SMALLER
VARIOUS DATES AND MAKERS, LONDON, 1830/8
Comprising: a large Victorian example with incuse maker's mark WF, London, 1838; two by William Barrett (II), 1837, each engraved with presentation inscriptions to the Earl of Kintore on one side, and one further engraved with an earl's coronet above the initial K; and an 1830 example by Messrs. Lias, engraved with the crest of the Earl of Kintore and presentation inscription
the largest, 27 in. (68.5 cm.) high
21.25 (659 gr.) (4)
Anthony Adrian, 7th Earl of Kintore (1794-1844).
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