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Lot 69

Tuesday 11 Jun, 2013 - 10.00am

A pair of Victorian silver grape scissors with shaped and vine leaf moulded handles, 7ins long, possibly by John Gammage, Birmingham 1854 (weight 3ozs - blades slightly distorted), a George V silver four division toast rack, 3.5ins x 2.25ins x 3.5ins high, Sheffield 1921, a similar ditto, Birmingham 1921, a George V silver rectangular cigarette box, the lid with applied "Coldstream Guards" crest, 4.5ins x 3.25ins x 1.5ins high, Birmingham 1929 (damaged), and a small selection of silver items, various (gross weight of weighable silver 25ozs)

Estimate £350 - 500 Sold for £360

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป