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Lot 572
A quantity of silver items,
Sold for £264 (US$ 443) inc. premium
Lot Details
A quantity of silver items,
comprising: a Victorian travelling chalice and paten, by Aston & Son, Birmingham 1857, engraved IHS within a sunburst, four George III pierced navette shaped salts, some marks distinguishable, London 1792, with blue glass liners, a George III Provincial silver helmet shaped cream jug, by N. Smith, G. Smith & J. Creswick, Sheffield 1798, a George III part fluted cream jug, London 1800 and an Old Sheffield plate pierced oval mustard pot.
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