A set of eight Teaspoons makers mak of AC, Edinburgh 1820,
Lot 47
A set of eight Teaspoons makers mak of AC, Edinburgh 1820,
£60 - 80
US$ 100 - 130
Auction Details
The Scottish Sale Edinburgh
23 Aug 2006 11:00 BST

Auction 13978
Lot Details
A set of eight Teaspoons
makers mak of AC, Edinburgh 1820, Of King's pattern, with engraved foliate initials, weight 4.9oz.
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