10 June 2008
A SET OF SIX DANISH SILVER DINNER-PLATES
MARK OF JÜRGEN JOACHIM JÜRGENSEN, SØNDERBORG, FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY
Shaped circular and with a reeded rim, engraved with initials CFA below a crown, marked underneath, each further engraved with a inventory number '8'; '32'; '105'; '110'; '122' and '147'
10 in. (25.5 cm.) diam.
98 oz. (3,049 gr.) (6)
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