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Lot 68

Tuesday 02 Dec, 2014 - 10.00am

An Edward VII plain silver rectangular spirit flask with bayonet top, 6ins x 4ins x 1.25ins deep, by J. Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1901, a set of four 18th Century silver circular salts with plain bodies and each on three hoof feet, 2.75ins diameter x 1.5ins high, probably London 1776 (marks somewhat rubbed), and a small selection of other silver items, various (combined weighable silver 21ozs)

Estimate £175 - 250 Sold for £380

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป