The Scottish Sale

12 Apr 2016, starting at 14:00 BST with lot 1.
13 Apr 2016, starting at 11:00 BST with lot 110.

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A set of twelve Scottish silver tablespoons by John Leslie of Aberdeen, two marks; IL, ABD, 1774-1821

A set of twelve Scottish silver table forks by George Booth of Aberdeen, five marks; G.B, A ,B, D, N, 1800-1850

A set of twelve George III Scottish silver table forks by George Booth of Aberdeen, four marks; GB struck twice, AB struck twice, circa 1810

A collection of seven early 19th century Scottish silver toddy ladles three by George Booth of Aberdeen, two by William Jamieson of Aberdeen and two with maker's mark, probably for James Pirie of Aberdeen (7)

A set of six Scottish silver tablespoons by James Gordon of Aberdeen, two marks; IG, ABD, 1763-95

A set of twelve George III Scottish silver table spoons by James Gordon of Aberdeen, two marks; IG, ABD, 1763-95

A set of six George III Scottish silver teaspoons and a matching masking spoon by Nathaniel Gillet of Aberdeen, the teaspoons with four marks; NG, rose struck thrice, the masking spoon with three marks; NG, rose struck twice, circa 1800 (9)

A pair of Scottish silver gravy spoons by William Jamieson of Aberdeen, three marks; WJ, ABD, WJ, 1806-41

A set of twelve George III Scottish silver table forks by William Jamieson of Aberdeen, two marks; WJ, ABD, circa 1810

Three early 19th century Scottish silver toddy ladles the first by Andrew Davidson of Arbroath, four marks; AD, crowned head struck twice, portcullis, the second by Charles Fowler of Elgin, four marks; CF, ELGIN, St. Giles, cathedral wall, the third unattributed, three marks; thistle, B, ABD

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25% of the hammer price of amounts in excess of £10,000 up to and including £450,000;
20% of the hammer price of amounts in excess of £450,000 up to and including £4,500,000;
and 14.5% of the hammer price of any amounts in excess of £4,500,000.

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Y CITES

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