London, South Kensington
5 March 2002
A GEORGE I SCOTTISH SILVER MUG
MARK OF JAMES MITCHELLSONE, EDINBURGH, 1720, ALSO THE MARK OF EDWARD PENMAN, ASSAYMASTER
of plain form, the gently bellied body on a spreading foot, with cast scroll handle, the front engraved with the initials A+G,7.8cm (3in) high, 5oz.
See illustration on page 4
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