A silver George III drum mustard Maker's mark rubbed, London 1809
Lot 379
A silver George III drum mustard Maker's mark rubbed, London 1809
Sold for £420 (US$ 705) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A silver George III drum mustard
Maker's mark rubbed, London 1809
Of conventional form, the lid initialled, together with a silver caster, maker's mark rubbed, Sheffield 1834, weight 8.4oz.

Footnotes

  • Lot numbers 367-417 are being sold from the Estate of the Late Madame Paulette Howard-Johnston, daughter of the French artist Paul César Helleu, and wife of Rear-Admiral Clarence Dinsmore Howard-Johnston, CB, DSO, DSC. Please see the catalogue or contact the department for the full biography and provenance.
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  1. Alexis Tortolano
    Specialist - Silver
    Bonhams
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    22 Queen St
    Edinburgh, EH2 1JX
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 131 240 0914
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