London, South Kensington
22 March 2007
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY OF TITLE
ROYAL INTEREST:- A GEORGE III SILVER BOX,
MARK OF ROGER BIGGS, LONDON, 1796,
Circular with pull-off cover, much as a Freedom box, bead borders, cover engraved with the Royal crest flanked by the supporters from the Royal arms & inscribed "God save King George and the Prince of Wales", the side inscribed "CAPUANO", the base engraved with large flowing script initials "AF", gilt interior, 3¼ in. diameter (8.3 cm.), 3 oz.
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