1 - 2 October 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
TWO ASSEMBLED AMERICAN SILVER FLATWARE SERVICES,
THE FIRST WITH MARK OF INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO., THE SECOND WITH MARK OF GORHAM, BOTH 20TH CENTURY,
the first in the 'Royal Danish' pattern comprising twelve dinner forks, twelve lunch knives, twelve table spoons, twelve tea spoons, twelve dinner knives, a serving spoon, a slotted serving spoon, a serving fork, a sugar spoon, and a master butter knife
the second in the 'Crown Baroque' pattern comprising six dinner forks, five lunch forks, five tea spoons, six dinner knives, a serving fork and a serving spoon
The 'Royal Danish' dinner knife 9¾in. (24.8cm.) long, 124oz. weighable silver (96)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note this lot does not contain twelve lunch forks. The correct count is 89 not 96.
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