TERRA NOVA An electroplated silver dessert spoon and a fork by Walker & Hall, (2)
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TERRA NOVA An electroplated silver dessert spoon and a fork by Walker & Hall (2)
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An electroplated silver dessert spoon and a fork by Walker & Hall, the end of the handles engraved with the expedition logo "British Antarctic Expedition Terra Nova R.Y.S.", maker's marks of Walker & Hall on verso of handles, spoon 215mm. long, fork 175mm. long (2)


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