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GEORGIAN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER CREAMERS AND PAP BOAT, LOT OF FOUR

GEORGIAN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER CREAMERS AND PAP BOAT, LOT OF FOUR

Item Description:

GEORGIAN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER CREAMERS AND PAP BOAT, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a repousse and chased creamer raised on three feet with "W K" maker's mark possibly for William Kersill and 1766 date mark, another repousse and chased creamer having beaded accents with an "A [P?]" maker's mark and an 1809 or 1811 date mark, a creamer having shaped rim and an engraved lion/animal to side with a maker's mark for John Muns and 1766 date mark, and a repousse footed pap boat having central set King George III coin with worn "I [?]" maker's mark and 1792 date mark. Each with three hallmarks of a lion passant for sterling fineness, a crowned leopard's head city mark for London, and a date mark, two with King George III duty marks. Total weight: 10.030 ozt. Second half 18th/early 19th century.

Condition:

Good to very good overall condition with some wear and surface scratches, a few to several dents, a few repairs; pap boat with very worn coin, not professionally graded.

Provenance:

From the estate of Commander Buryl and Nelwyn Kay, McLean, VA.

Dimensions:

1 7/8" to 4 1/8" HOA.

AUCTION
$ 100.00 ( Low est. )
Lot 1513 in 37th Semi-Annual Americana & Fine Antiques Auction - Day Two
AUCTION DATE: Nov 16, 2019 at 9:30am EST

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