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Lot Number: 732
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Category: Silver
Estimate: 0 - 0

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Lot Number: 733
JOSIAH WILLIAMS & CO; an Edward VII hallmarked silver Old English pattern soup ladle with circular bowl, London 1903, length 30cm, approx 9.9ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 60 - 80

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Lot Number: 734
FRANK COBB & CO LTD; a George VI hallmarked silver ladle and two smaller examples, Sheffield 1945, combined approx 10.4ozt (3).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 80 - 120

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Lot Number: 735
EDWARD LEES; a pair of George III hallmarked silver Old English pattern basting spoons, initialled ME to the terminals, length 30cm, London 1806, combined approx 6.6ozt (2).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Lot Number: 736
STIEFF; a sterling silver strawberry embossed fruit serving spoon, length 21cm, and a white metal caddy spoon embossed with figural scene to bowl with crimped rim, combined approx 3.6ozt (2).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 60 - 100

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Lot Number: 737
CHAWNER & CO; a matched pair of Victorian hallmarked silver fiddle shell pattern serving spoons, one engraved with initials, by Mary Chawner, the other with crest, by George Adams, London 1838 and 1849, length 22cm, approx 6.4ozt (2).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 60 - 100

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Lot Number: 738
WILLIAM PETLEY (probably); a George I hallmarked silver Hanoverian pattern table spoon, initialled to terminal reverse 'I H', London 1722, length 20cm, also a later cased spoon with fig shaped bowl and pine cone terminal, length 12.7cm, and a cased pencil with inscription 'Max' to one side, weighable silver combined approx 2.8ozt (3).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 50 - 80

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Surface wear commensurate with age throughout, some scratches, nicks, some dents etc.

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Lot Number: 739
THOMAS DICKS; a pair of George IV hallmarked silver fiddle pattern serving spoons, London 1820, and two further variously hallmarked examples, combined approx 10.1ozt (4).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 80 - 120

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Lot Number: 740
A pair of mid-19th century Russian silver serving spoons with fruit embossed gilt bowls and floral engraved finials, maker's mark CAS, assayer Eduvard Fyodorovich Brandenburg, St Petersburg 1854, length 22cm, approx 4.2ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: 40 - 60

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Lot Number: 741
ROBERT RUTLAND; a set of six George III hallmarked silver Old English pattern dessert spoons, four initialled WC, two crested to the finials, London 1810 and 1813, length 17.5cm, and a fiddle pattern tablespoon, Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1842, approx 9.7ozt (7).
Category: Silver
Estimate: 40 - 60

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