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A Charles II silver tankard, maker's mark GB, London 1669,

A pair of George I silver candlesticks, possibly by John Le Sage, London, 1725, maker's mark and date letter illegible on one stick,

A Charles II silver tankard, maker's mark PP above a star, in a shaped trefoil punch, London 1663,

A Commonwealth silver two-handled porringer, maker's mark distorted by decoration possibly H P(?) or KF in a heart-shaped punch with two pellets above an one below, London 1657,

"The Welland Jug" An Elizabeth I silver-gilt flagon with a later clear glass body, maker's mark RB, possibly by Richard Brooke, London 1582,

"The Welland Cup" A James I silver-gilt steeple cup and cover, by Thomas Fli(y)nt, London 1613, head assayer/assaymaster William Dymocke, cover stamped with date letter only,

A George III Irish silver swing-handled basket, by Ambrose Boxwell, Dublin 1777,

A pair of George III Irish silver sauce-boats, by William Townsend, Dublin circa 1770, one stamped with a second Hibernia mark underneath,

A George III Irish silver hot water jug, by Joseph Jackson, no date letter, Dublin, circa 1775,

A pair of George II Irish silver candlesticks, no maker's mark, Dublin 1726, the nozzle incuse stamped with Maltese cross and Hibernia,

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