20 November 2009,
Price realised GBP 23,750
GBP 8,000 - GBP 12,000
A SET OF EIGHTEEN GEORGE II AND GEORGE III SILVER DINNER-PLATES
SEVENTEEN WITH MARK OF FREDERICK KANDLER, LONDON, 1752 AND ONE WITH MARK OF THOMAS HEMING, LONDON, 1765
Shaped circular with gadrooned rim, later engraved with the Royal arms with a label for difference within the Garter motto and with Royal duke's coronet above, each marked on the back, the backs of seventeen further engraved with a scratchweight '19=5'; '18=8'; '18=18'; '18=17'; '18=18'; '19=5'; '18=18'; '18=19'; '19=2'; '18=9'; '18=12'; '19=6'; '19=5'; '19=5'; '19=0'; '17=16' and '19=6'
9 5/8 in. (24.5 cm.) diam.
323 oz. (10,053 gr.)
The arms are those of The Prince George, Duke of Kent (1902-1942). (18)
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