2 June 2009,
Price realised GBP 5,250
GBP 2,500 - GBP 3,500
A SET OF FOUR GEORGE II SILVER SECOND-COURSE DISHES
MARK OF ELIZA GODFREY, LONDON, 1743
Each shaped circular with gadrooned rim, later engraved with a coat-of-arms, each marked on the back, further numbered and engraved with a scratchweight 'No 5 27=5'; 'No 6 27=15'; 'No 7 27=15' and 'No 8 27=17'
11 3/8 in. (28.7 cm.) diam.
104 oz. (3,249 gr.)
The later arms are those of Tynte quartering Halsewell, Kemeys and others with Busby in pretence. (4)
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Anonymous sale; Christie's New York, 22 April 1993, lot 98.
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