21 - 22 November 2007,
Price realised GBP 4,375
GBP 4,000 - GBP 6,000
A SET OF THREE GEORGE II SILVER MEAT-DISHES
MARK OF PAUL CRESPIN, LONDON, 1749
Shaped oval and with gadrooned rim, engraved with a coat-of-arms below a baron's coronet, each marked on the reverse, the backs further engraved with a number and a scratchweight 'No. 1 38=2½'; 'No. 3 38=12' and 'No. 5 38=13'
15 in. (38.2 cm.) long
110 oz. (3,421 gr.)
The arms are those of Monson, for John, 2nd Baron Monson (1727-1774), who succeeded to the title on the death of his father in 1748. (3)
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Purchased from Louis Wine, Dublin.
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