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Lot 66

Tuesday 02 Dec, 2014 - 10.00am

A pair of 18th Century English silver sugar nips with scallop pattern blades, 4.75ins high, possibly by Thomas Jackson I (incompletely hallmarked), a George V silver rectangular matchbook case, engraved to front with Grenadier Guards crest, 2ins x 1.25ins, by Percy Edwards Ltd, London 1914, and a pair of ditto silver candlesticks, 3.25ins high (loaded - slight damage - combined weighable silver 3ozs)

Estimate £120 - 160

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป