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Silver Masonic tea caddy spoon, 1934

£55.00

Silver caddy spoon.
This spoon is of mostly plain design, with the Masonic symbol of the set square and compasses engraved in the handle.

The spoon is fully hallmarked for Birmingham, 1934, and the makers William Hair Haseler.
All marks are crisp and clear.

William Hair Haseler worked out of Richmond Street Birmingham, and later Vyse Street and Hylton Street.

The spoon bowl measures 3.5 cm (1.5") by 4 cm (1.5"). The overall length 12 cm (4.75") long. It weighs 15g.
All measurements are approximate.

The spoon is in very good condition.

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Item: 14B005 -

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Silver Masonic tea caddy spoon, 1934 4B005aSilver Masonic tea caddy spoon, 1934 4B005bSilver Masonic tea caddy spoon, 1934 4B005cSilver Masonic tea caddy spoon, 1934 hallmarks 4B005d

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Silver Masonic tea caddy spoon, 1934 4B005a
Silver Masonic tea caddy spoon, 1934 4B005b
Silver Masonic tea caddy spoon, 1934 4B005c
Silver Masonic tea caddy spoon, 1934 hallmarks 4B005d
Region Price Type
UK free2nd class recorded
EU £5.82 International signed for
Rest of europe £4.85 International signed for
Rest of world zone 1 - read more... £7.35 International signed for
Rest of world zone 2 - read more... £7.65 International signed for
 
 
 
 

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