21 - 22 November 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN EDWARD VII SILVER FLASK
MARK OF WILLIAM NEAL AND GEORGE NEAL, LONDON, 1903
Oblong and with a hinged domed cover, applied with Russian Imperial arms and engraved with an inscription, marked front and back and on neck
6 in. (15.3 cm.) long
6 oz. (197 gr.)
The inscription reads 'from Grand Duke Michael of Russia 1904 to W. Cattanach'
The Grand Duke Michael of Russia (1878-1918), brother to Tsar Nicholas II.
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