A Victorian silver fiddle pattern part canteen by Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1855-1866
Lot 148
A Victorian silver fiddle pattern part canteen by Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1855-1866
Sold for £1,750 (US$ 2,941) inc. premium
Auction Details
The Chester Sale Chester
4 Dec 2012 11:00 GMT

Auction 20172
A Victorian silver fiddle pattern part canteen by Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1855-1866
Lot Details
A Victorian silver fiddle pattern part canteen
by Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1855-1866
Comprising; six table spoons, 1862 x 1, 1862 x 5, six dessert spoons, 1862, not initialled, 11 tea spoons, 1855, four salt spoons, 1866, twelve table and dessert forks, 1864, together with six Hanoverian pattern table and dessert knives, Sheffield 1978/9, initialled, weight 79oz.
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