1 - 2 September 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
A VICTORIAN FOUR FOOTED CIRCULAR SALVER, A GEORGE II WAITER, AND A SCOTTISH GEORGE III WAITER,
VARIOUS MAKERS, 18TH 19TH CENTURY,
the salver marked for London, 1871, maker's mark indecipherable; the first waiter engraved with a crest, mark for Robert Abercromby, London, mid-18th century; the second waiter engraved with a crest, marked for Edinburgh, 1782, maker's mark 'W.D.'
The salver 14in. (35.5cm.) diameter, 47oz. approximate weight (3)
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