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Lot 112Tuesday 11 Jun, 2013 - 10.00am
A pair of late Victorian silver seal top serving spoons with shell pattern bowls and spiral twist handles, by Mappin & Webb (weight 4ozs), a set of six George V silver rat tail pattern fruit spoons by Cooper Bros & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1934, and a pair of Edward VII silver spoons with engraved terminals, London 1904 (gross weight 8ozs), all in fitted cases