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Lot 471

Tuesday 06 Dec, 2011 - 10.00am

A Victorian Scottish Skean Dhu with 3.875ins silvery metal mounted steel blade and carved wood terminal, and silvery metal mounted black leather scabbard for same, 9ins overall (engraved to mount "J.S.F. from G.S.F. Red Deer, 14th October to 12th December 1857"), a George VI silver two-handled circular tea strainer and stand, 2ins high, by Mappin & Webb, London 1945 (slightly dented), and a small selection of silver and silvery metal items

Estimate £100 - 150 Sold for £220

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป