21 - 25 January 2010,
Price realised USD 2,000
USD 500 - USD 800
A SILVER CANN
BOSTON, CIRCA 1740
Baluster form, the front later engraved with a coat-of-arms in a baroque cartouche, the handle engraved W WM, the base engraved Whipple, apparently unmarked
5 3/8 in. high; 9 oz. 10 dwt.
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William and Mary Whipple, Kittery, Maine
Mr. & Mrs. John Devereux Kernan
Sotheby's, New York, 19 January 2007, lot 173
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