11 June 2003
A set of four George II silver dishes
Mark of Paul Crespin, London, 1728
Each circular, on rim foot, with moulded border, the field engraved with an earl's coronet above the initial W, marked on reverse, each also engraved with scratchweight '3=14=2'; '3=19=2'; '4=4=1/2'; '4=4=1/2'
4 1/8in. (10.5cm.) diam.
16oz. (497gr.) (4)
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