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York provincial silver teaspoon, 1830

£65.00

This York assayed fiddle pattern teaspoon was made by James Barber, Gearge Cattle & William North. The spoon's finial has been monogrammed.

The spoon carries the hallmarks for James George and William, the lion rampant for sterling silver, the William IV head duty mark and the date mark for 1830.
There is no town assay mark, but this is not unusual for the York assay office who would only mark pieces "of importance" or "of significance".

The spoon is in reasonable condition. There is the normal age related surface scratching, and a few very minor dinks to the bowl.

The spoon measures 14.2 cm (5.6") long, and weighs 20g.
All measurements are approximate.

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Item: 15K027 -

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York provincial silver teaspoon, 1830 5K027aYork provincial silver teaspoon, 1830 finial 5K027bYork provincial silver teaspoon, 1830 hallmarks 5K027dYork provincial silver teaspoon, 1830 underside 5K027c

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York provincial silver teaspoon, 1830 5K027a
York provincial silver teaspoon, 1830 finial 5K027b
York provincial silver teaspoon, 1830 hallmarks 5K027d
York provincial silver teaspoon, 1830 underside 5K027c
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UK free1st 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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