London, South Kensington
28 - 29 November 2006
A WILLIAM IV SILVER COUNTER BOX WITH 4 SILVER COUNTERS,
MARK OF WILLIAM KNIGHT (II) OR WILLIAM KING, LONDON, 1834,
Circular with pull-off coverchased with flowers around a central disc inscribed "Forget me not", gilt interior, inscribed inside base "Fredk.Wm.Stein, the gift of his affectionate wife Fanny Stein, 1st. Jany.1835", the 4 counters all fully marked & engraved with a flower-head on rayed, prick dot ground with rope-work edge, 1 in. diameter (2.5 cm.).
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