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A George III Silver Circular Salver, by Ebenezer Coker, London, 1763, the shaped and moulded rim with scroll and shell mounts, the centre later engraved with floral and scroll ornament and on three leaf capped scroll feet, 13ins diameter, weight 29ozs

£400 - £500

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A George III Silver Circular Waiter, by C T, Dublin 1750, the shaped and moulded rims with gadroon and leaf cast mounts, engraved with crest to centre, on three scroll feet, 7.25ins diameter, weight 8ozs

£150 - £200

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A Victorian Silver Goblet, by George Fisher, London, 1875, the bowl embossed with bands of bead, scroll and strapwork ornament, bead mounts to stem and foot rim, 10.5ins high, weight 15ozs

£200 - £300

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A Victorian Silver Scent Flask, by Horton & Allday, Chester 1883, of tapered form, the whole embossed with serpents, shells, sea scrolls and floral ornament, on a textured ground, the cartouche engraved with entwined initials, 9.5ins overall, gross weight 7.5ozs, in red velvet covered case retailed by Howell & James Ltd., 5, 7 & 9 Regents Street

£400 - £600

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A Late Victorian Silver Baluster-Shaped Hot Water Jug, by Daniel and John Wellby, London, 1890, with spiral reeded body and cover, leaf cast spout and ebonised scroll handle, 9.5ins high, gross weight 15ozs

£150 - £250

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An Edward VII Silver Oval Kettle on Stand and Similar Oval Teapot and Milk Jug, the kettle on stand by Z Barraclough & Sons, Sheffield, 1905, with ebonised handle and finial, part reeded body, on oval stand with tapered legs and paw feet, 13ins high, gross weight 34ozs, and similar teapot and milk jug, by George Wisch, Sheffield, 1902 and 1907, combined gross weight 19ozs

£550 - £650

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An Edward VII Silver Oval Bowl, by Mappin & Webb, London 1904, with shaped and moulded rim, bulbous body on shaped and moulded foot rim, 14.5ins x 9.75ins x 7.75ins high, weight 51ozs

£650 - £750

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A Pair of Edward VII Silver Sugar Casters, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1909, the shaped covers with gadroon mounts and scroll moulded finials, on circular foot rims, 7.25ins high, weight 10ozs

£120 - £160

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An Edward VII Silver Gilt Oval Basket, maker's mark rubbed, London, 1905, of classical form with shell, scroll and leaf cast mounts, the pierced sides cast with swags, on oval pierced base, 10ins x 6.75ins x 5.25ins high, weight 11ozs

£120 - £160

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An Edward VII Irish Silver Circular Three Piece Tea Service, by Charles Lambe, Dublin 1909, with shaped rims and moulded girdles to bodies, scroll handles and on pad feet, comprising - teapot, with ebonised handle and finial, 5.75ins high, sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 28ozs

£300 - £400

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A George V Harlequin Silver Oval Four-Piece tea and Coffee Service, by Daniel and Arter, Birmingham, 1928 and 1931, of oval form with angular handles, comprising - coffee pot with ebonised finial and handle on oval foot rim, 9.75ins high, teapot with ebonised handle and finial, 5.75ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 71ozs

£800 - £900

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An Elizabeth II Silver Circular Dish, by S & B Ltd., Sheffield, 1964, the mounts cast with fruiting vines and with pierced borders, on circular foot rim, 12.25ins diameter, weight 26ozs

£300 - £400

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A Pair of Elizabeth II Silver Three Light Candelabra, by Garrard & Co. Ltd, London, 1969, with gadroon and leaf mounts, reeded branches and fluted stems, on circular foot rims, 16.5ins high, weight 98ozs

£1,250 - £1,600

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A George V Silver Circular Three-Piece Tea Service, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd., London, 1931,of circular squat form, with moulded girdle to body and scroll handles, comprising - teapot with composition finial and handle, 5.25ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 35ozs

£400 - £600

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An Elizabeth II Silver Circular Tray, by Peter Charles Maxwell Alwyn, London 1990, with shaped and moulded rim, and engraved monogram to centre, 8ins diameter, weight 9ozs

£120 - £160

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A George VI Silver Circular Three-Piece Tea Service, by E. Silver & Co., Sheffield, 1949, of panelled form and on scroll feet, comprising - tea pot with ebonised finial and handle, 6.5ins high, two-handled sugar basin and milk jug, gross weight 32ozs

£350 - £500

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A George I Silver Tankard, by William Fawdery, London 1722, with scroll handle and moulded foot rim, 4ins high, weight 8ozs

£200 - £300

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A George III Silver Rectangular Snuff Box, by John Shaw, Birmingham 1808, of slightly curved and reeded form, 2.25ins x 1.25ins, weight 1.2ozs

£80 - £120

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An 18th Century Silver Mote Spoon, by F E, London, circa 1760, the bowl pierced with crosslets and scrolls, 7ins overall, weight .73ozs

£100 - £150

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Two 18th Century Silver Mote Spoons, one rat tail spoon by John Lefebure, London, circa 1720, the bowl pierced with leaf scrolls, 5.25ins overall, the other unmarked, circa 1730, with simple pierced and engraved bowl 5.25ins overall, combined weight .5ozs

£200 - £300

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Two 18th Century Silver Single Drop Mote Spoons, one possibly by Elias Cachart, London, circa 1739, the bowl pierced with crosslets and scrolls, 5.75ins overall, the other by Thomas Chawner, London, circa 1775, pierced with scrolls and dots, 5.125ins overall, combined weight .64ozs

£200 - £300

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Two 18th Century Silver Mote Spoons, one double drop possibly by Thomas Oliphant, London, circa 1750, the bowl pierced with crosslets, dots and scrolls, 5ins overall, the other rat tail spoon, maker's mark illegible, London, circa 1720, 4.25ins overall, combined weight .43ozs

£200 - £300

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Two 18th Century Silver Mote Spoons, one double drop maker's mark illegible, London, circa 1750, 5.25ins overall, one shell back possibly by Sarey Price, London, circa 1761, 5ins overall, each bowl pierced with crosslets and scrolls, combined weight .48oz

£200 - £300

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Two 18th Century Silver Mote Spoons, one by Thomas Wallis, London, circa 1760, the bowl pierced with scrolls, 5.25ins overall, the other double drop, maker's mark illegible, London, circa 1750, pierced with scattered crosslets and scrolls, 5.125ins overall, combined weight .48ozs

£200 - £300

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Two 18th Century Silver Mote Spoons, one double drop possibly by Samuel Key, London, circa 1760, the bowl pierced with cluster of crosslets and scrolls, 5.5ins overall, the other shell back, maker's mark illegible, London, circa 1750, the bowl with scattered crosslets and scrolls, 5.25ins overall, combined weight .52ozs

£200 - £300

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Two 18th Century Silver Mote Spoons, one fancy back by Samuel Meeriton II, London, circa 1775, the bowl pierced with three crosslets and scrolls, 5.5ins overall, the other single drop, maker's mark illegible, London, circa 1760, the bowl pierced with a row of three crosslets and scrolls, 5ins overall, combined weight .80ozs

£200 - £300

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Two 18th Century Silver Fancy Back Mote Spoons, one by Jeremiah King, London, circa 1740, the bowl pierced with crosslets and scrolls 4.5ins overall, the other by Elias Cachart, London, circa 1745, the bowl pierced with a crosslet and scrolls, 5.25ins overall, combined weight .49ozs

£200 - £300

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An Elizabeth II Silver and White Guilloche Enamel Backed Five Piece Dressing Table Set, by T P, London, 1959, the enamel backs set with marcasite flower heads to centre, comprising - mirror, pair of hairbrushes and pair of clothes brushes, and a silver and tortoiseshell backed dressing table mirror, London, 1926

£150 - £200

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A George III Silver Meat Skewer, maker's mark rubbed, London 1761, with plain blade and cast shell and ring terminal, 12.75ins overall, weight 3.5ozs

£120 - £160

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A George III Silver Marrow Spoon and Two Pairs of George II Silver Table Spoons, the marrow spoon by Charles Hougham, London 1791, one pair of table spoons by Philip Roker II, London 1743, the other pair by John Craig, Dublin 1749, the two pairs with monograms, combined weight 10ozs

£150 - £200

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A George III Silver Rectangular Vinaigrette, by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham, 1809, with bowed ends, the lid engraved with initials B G in oval cartouche flanked by floral leaf sprays, 1.5ins x 1ins x 1ins high, weight .68ozs

£80 - £120

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A Set of Four George III Silver Oval Salts of Neo Classical Design, makers mark rubbed, possibly London, 1783, with bead mounts, pierced scroll bands to body and engraved with swags, on oval feet, 3.625ins x 2.625ins x 2.125ins high, weight 8.9ozs, and blue glass liners for same

£150 - £200

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A William IV Silver Rectangular Snuff Box, by Edward Smith, Birmingham, possibly 1836, the whole with engine turned ornament, with floral and leaf scroll cast mounts and thumb-piece, the lid engraved with presentation inscription dated Jany.1854, 3.5ins x 2.25ins x 1ins high, weight 5.9ozs

£250 - £350

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A Victorian Silver Novelty Vesta Case, by Edward H Stockwell, London 1877, retailed by J W Benson, 25 Old Bond St., 2ins x 1.75ins, weight 1.49ozs

£80 - £120

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A Victorian Silver Rectangular Snuff Box, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1839, engraved "Dr. Douglas Reid 22nd June 1843" to lid, and with engine turned decoration and floral cast thumb piece, 3.125ins x 2.125ins x 0.75ins, weight 3.2ozs

£80 - £120

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A Victorian Silver Rectangular Card Case and an Edward VII Silver and Enamel Cigarette Case, the card case by George Unite, Birmingham 1880, engraved with initials to oval cartouche and with engine turned ornament, 3.75ins x 2.75ins, the cigarette case by John Millward Banks, Chester 1904, decorated with coat of arms, 3.25ins x 2.5ins, combined gross weight 5.5ozs

£250 - £350

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A Victorian White Metal and Agate-Set Scent Bottle, of horseshoe shape with screw top, the sides engraved with leaf scroll ornament, 2.25ins high

£80 - £120

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A Victorian Silver Table Seal and a Silver Taper Stick , the seal maker's mark rubbed, Birmingham 1889, the spiral fluted body with floral and scroll cast finial, 3.5ins overall, the taper stick, London 1891, 4.5ins high

£120 - £160

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A Victorian Silver Vinaigrette and a George III Silver Vinaigrette, the Victorian vinaigrette maker's mark indistinct, Birmingham, 1854, the whole with engine turned ornament and engraved with initials to cartouche on lid and with scroll cast thumb piece, 1.5ins x 1ins x .25ins, weight .52ozs, the George III vinaigrette by I T, Birmingham, 1797, the lid engraved with vacant cartouche and trailing...

£80 - £120

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A Set of Six Victorian Silver Fiddle and Thread Pattern Teaspoons and Mixed Silver Ware, the teaspoons by Elizabeth Eaton, London, 1850, crested, and a selection of silver tablespoons, dessert spoons, teaspoons and other flatware, combined weight 44ozs

£500 - £600

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An Edward VII Silver Rectangular Box and Two Other Silver Boxes, the Edward VII box by Thomas Hayes, Birmingham 1903, the lid embossed with a gallant in 18th Century dress, the sides with figures in an inn, 2.5ins x 1.25ins x 1.25ins, one other Victorian silver rectangular box, Birmingham 1885, and a heart-shaped box, London 1887, combined weight 4.7ozs

£100 - £150

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An Edward VII Silver Cylindrical Scent Bottle and Mixed Silver Ware, the scent bottle by G E Walton & Co. Ltd., Birmingham, 1901, engraved with initials "M.J.H." to lid and with leaf scroll ornament and pierced bands to body, 3ins high, a Victorian silver double ended scent bottle by Samuel Morden, London, 1886, engraved with birds perched on branches within textured bands, 1.625ins high, and five...

£150 - £200

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An Edward VII Silver Rectangular Snuff Box, an Oval Tobacco Box and a Cigarette Box, the snuff box by George Unite, Birmingham, 1911, of shaped outline, the lid engraved with presentation inscription dated March 1913, 2.5ins x 1.625ins x .5ins, the tobacco box by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham, 1904, engraved "Will", to lid, 3.5ins x 2.5ins, the cigarette box, Birmingham, 1927, engraved with initials...

£100 - £150

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An Early 20th Century Continental Silver Gilt and Enamel Circular Box, stamped 925 standard with import mark for Erich Kellerman, London, 1913, the lid decorated with the silhouette of two figures in a garden within a white guilloche enamel border and sides, 2.25ins diameter x 1ins high, weight 2.1ozs

£100 - £150

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A George V Silver and Silver Gilt Rectangular Card Case and an Elizabeth II Silver Sovereign Case and Money Clip, the card case by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1924, with engine turned ornament, 3.25ins x 2.75ins, the cylindrical sovereign case and rectangular paper clip, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1985, with engine turned decoration, contained in fitted case, combined weight 3.9ozs

£200 - £300

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A Selection of Eleven Silver, Silver Gilt and Enamel Sporting Medals, various makers and dates, one hung with two Victorian coins

£80 - £120

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Eight Elizabeth II Silver Armada Dishes, by William Comyns & Son Ltd. and Wilson Gill, London 1960, 3.25ins diameter, weight 11ozs

£120 - £160

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An Elizabeth II Silver Gilt and Silver Surprise Egg, by Stuart Devlin, London 1973, the textured body opening to reveal three chicks with open mouths in nest, 2.75ins high, No. 89 of a limited edition of 100, with certificate and contained in fitted case for "The Heritage Collection"

£250 - £350

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