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Lot Number: 717
ATKIN BROS; an Edward VII hallmarked silver hot water jug of plain tapering form with inscription 'July 7th 1911' and wooden handles, Sheffield 1903, height 18cm, approx 13.2ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £60 - £100

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Lid does not sit flush and sits at an angle, numerous dents and heavy surface scratches, nicks and gouges throughout.

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Lot Number: 718
ARMY & NAVY COOPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD; an Edward VII hallmarked silver mounted clear glass decanter of conical wrythen dimpled form with spout, stopper (af) and handle, London 1906, height 31cm.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £30 - £50

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Lot Number 718
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Condition Report

The tip of the stopper has been broken off and part of it has been crudely re-glued, there are residues of old glue, the collar of the mounts is a bit misshapen, general surface wear commensurate with age, surface dirt, rubbing to the hallmarks.

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Lot Number: 719
ARMY & NAVY COOPERATIVE SOCIETY LTD; a cased Edward VII hallmarked silver and cut green glass liqueur set, comprising decanter of baluster form with faceted stopper and shaped spout, height 18cm, and six cups with S-scroll handles and decorated with cherubs in continuous procession, with detachable liners, London 1905, weighable approx 1.8ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £100 - £150

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Condition Report

Numerous small scratches/dents to neck of decanter, some residue visible where handle meets body, some staining to silk interior.

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Lot Number: 720
DREW & SONS; a Victorian hallmarked silver collared clear glass decanter of waisted form with associated stopper, London 1895, height 22cm, and a later silver cream jug, the latter approx 4.6ozt (2).
Category: Silver
Estimate: £40 - £60

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Lot Number 720
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Condition Report

Stopper associated as stated, one of the 'petals' to collar misshapen, several small chips and nibbles to the glass, cream jug with some surface dents, nicks and gouges.

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Lot Number: 721
ALEXANDER SMITH; a pair of Elizabeth II hallmarked silver Corinthian column Shabbat candlesticks with beaded stepped loaded bases and detachable nozzles (unmarked), Birmingham 1958, with Hebrew writing to one side of the base, height 31cm.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £200 - £300

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Lot Number: 722
S BLANCKENSEE & SON LTD; a pair of Edward VII hallmarked silver candlestick with bell shaped sconces, on tapering stems above loaded bases, Chester 1909, height 16.5cm.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £50 - £80

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Lot Number: 723
WI BROADWAY & CO; a pair of small Elizabeth II hallmarked silver candlesticks with tapering stems on loaded spreading circular bases, Birmingham 1968, height 13.5cm (2).
Category: Silver
Estimate: £30 - £50

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Condition Report

Some minor indentations, surface scratches and nicks, both generally ok.

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Lot Number: 724
WI BROADWAY & CO; a pair of Elizabeth II hallmarked silver squat candlesticks with repoussé decoration of bird amongst floral sprays, on loaded spreading circular bases, Birmingham 1968, height of each 9.8cm.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £20 - £40

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Lot Number 724
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Condition Report

Generally ok with just some minor dents and nicks to the foot rims, general light surface scratches and light indents to bodies.

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Lot Number: 725
EDWARD BARNARD & SONS LTD; a George VI hallmarked silver shaped circular salver with cast rim, raised on four outswept legs with stepped hoof feet, with Bristol Goldsmiths Alliance mark to base, London 1937, diameter 26cm, approx 21.4ozt.
Category: Silver
Estimate: £150 - £250

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Lot Number 725
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Condition Report

Appears to be in good condition apart from minor surface wear commensurate with age (mild scratches), one leg slightly bent to the outside therefore the salver is a little uneven.

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Lot Number: 726
An Eastern white metal water jug of baluster form with domed hinged lid and floral cast finial, bearing pre-1923 Ottoman Empire silver marks to the body, lid and handle, height 32.5cm, a large Egyptian silver circular bowl with flared rim inscribed with Arabic characters, diameter 37cm, and a further Eastern pierced footed bowl, combined approx 79.7ozt (3).
Category: Silver
Estimate: £1000 - £1500

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Lot Number 726
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Condition Report

Some small dents to rim of small pierced bowl, large bowl slightly misshapen with surface scratches and small dents throughout, jug has a slightly compressed base, a few small dents, lid is slightly loose.

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