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73 German silver mounted engraved glass ale jug, late 19th Century, the faceted clear glass wide bellied jug having vertilinear engraving of hops and trellis with an applied silver (925 standard) foot, marked 'Menner Stuttgart', height 20cm

Sold for £80
Lot: 73
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75 George III silver mounted cut glass box, London 1817, heavy rectangular glass base with silver cover with engine turned decoration and centred with the crest of a unicorn, 8.5cm x 5.5cm x 4cm, weighable silver approx. 48g (1.54 troy ozs)

Sold for £85
Lot: 75
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76 Elkington & Co. electroplated three piece tea service, circa 1875, in Classical style cast with acanthus scrolls and arabesques, and partly gilded, comprising footed, lidded teapot, 14cm, matching sugar basin and milk jug

Sold for £65
Lot: 76
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77 George V silver cornucopia sugar castor, Birmingham 1912, Celtic inspired form with a band of Celtic knots to the horn with dolphin mouth terminal, height 12cm, weight approx. 174g (5.59 troy ozs)

Sold for £220
Lot: 77
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78 Victorian silver beaker by Joseph Albert Horace & Ethelbert Savory, London 1853, tapered form engraved in Aesthetic taste with fans, bamboo and sparrows, the base inscribed 'Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd, Cornhill, London, height 10.5cm, weight approx. 87g (2.80 troy ozs)

Sold for £240
Lot: 78
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79 George V silver lighthouse sugar castor, maker C.B & S, Sheffield 1930, of octagonal baluster form, height 23cm, weight approx. 238g (7.65 troy ozs)

Sold for £110
Lot: 79
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80 Edwardian silver sugar castor, Birmingham 1904, with flame finial and repousse decoration, with flowers and scrolls to a baluster body over a circular foot, height 18cm, weight approx. 105g (3.38 troy ozs)

Sold for £75
Lot: 80
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81 Set six Victorian silver fiddle and thread pattern table forks by Joseph and Albert Savory, London 1853, each engraved with 'O', gross weight 513g (16.49 troy ozs)

Sold for £160
Lot: 81
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82 Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee commemorative silver plate, London 1977, engraved with the profile of Her Majesty, numbered 523, 23cm diameter, weight approx. 346g (11.12 troy ozs), in original presentation case

Sold for £100
Lot: 82
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83 George II silver sauce ladle, maker TE/GS, London 1759, old English pattern, later engraved with initials 'F.A', 33cm, weight approx. 151g (4.85 troy ozs)

Sold for £130
Lot: 83
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84 George VI silver salver, maker JG Ltd, Birmingham 1937, plain circular form with piecrust edge, raised on three scroll feet, 31cm diameter, weight approx. 747g (24.02 troy ozs)

Sold for £210
Lot: 84
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85 Late Victorian silver rose bowl by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1894, chased with floral scrolls, the lower half of the bowl reeded, and inscribed with a later presentation inscription over a stepped and beaded circular foot, width 24cm, weight approx. 778g (25.01 troy ozs)

Sold for £300
Lot: 85
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86 Pair of George III silver tablespoons, by Richard Crossley, London 1790, old English pattern, later engraved with initials 'McR', weight approx. 129g (4.15 troy ozs); also a pair of George IV silver fiddle pattern tablespoons by William Eaton, London 1824, engraved with initials 'M.E.H', weight approx. 153g (4.92 troy ozs); and a pair of George IV silver fiddle pattern tablespoons, maker I.P., Exeter 1829, contemporary engraving with initials 'J.H', weight approx. 120g (3.86 troy ozs), total silver weight 403g (12.96 troy ozs)

Sold for £180
Lot: 86
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87 George V silver cigarette case, Chester 1911, square form with engine turned decoration, vacant cartouche, 8cm x 7cm, weight approx. 110g (3.54 troy ozs)

Sold for £65
Lot: 87
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88 George VI silver four piece tea service in the Art Deco style, Sheffield 1941, comprising lidded teapot, hot water jug, sugar basin and milk jug, all of canted rectangular section, the teapot and hot water jug with composite finial and handle, each piece engraved with a 'C', the hot water jug 19.5cm, gross weight approx. 1.768kg (56.84 troy ozs)

Sold for £650
Lot: 88
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89 Art Deco silver sugar sifter, Birmingham 1933, plain tapered form on a stepped circular foot, height 15cm, weight approx. 147g (4.73 troy ozs)

Sold for £90
Lot: 89
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90 George V silver salver, Birmingham 1921, circular form with piecrust edge, raised on three pointed feet, 31cm diameter, weight approx. 922g (29.64 troy ozs)

Sold for £280
Lot: 90
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91 Pair of silver candelabra, maker R.C., London 1957, twin branch centred with an urn finial over a tapered column and reeded circular foot, height 24cm, weight 1.386kg (44.56 troy ozs)

Sold for £550
Lot: 91
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92 Elegant silver specimen vase, Birmingham 1975, plain slender form with a ball knop, over a loaded trumpet foot, 19cm; also a pair of George V silver trumpet vases, Birmingham hallmarks, rubbed but circa 1910 (loaded), height 17.5cm (3)

Sold for £70
Lot: 92
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93 Late Victorian or Edwardian silver plated four piece tea and coffee service, circa 1900-10, comprising coffee pot, 23.5cm, teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, each of half reeded with an engraved acanthus leaf band

Sold for £50
Lot: 93
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94 William III silver lace back trefid spoon, circa 1695, indistinct maker's marks, punched three times, contemporary stipple engraving 'S:W H:M 1698', the underside later engraved with initials 'M.E.H.F.A 1891', 21.5cm, weight approx. 46g (1.48 troy ozs)

Sold for £300
Lot: 94
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95 George IV silver snuff box by Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1823, rectangular form with horizontal banded decoration around a vacant cartouche, gilt interior, 6cm x 3.5cm x 1.5cm, weight approx. 49g (1.57 troy ozs)

Sold for £100
Lot: 95
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96 George III silver vinaigrette by John Shaw, Birmingham 1811, rectangular cushion form engraved with radiating leaves around a contemporary initialled cartouche 'J H', the underside similarly engraved and centred with a flowerhead, opening to reveal original gilt grille and interior, 4.5cm x 2.5cm x 1cm, weight approx. 35g (1.13 troy ozs); also a Victorian vinaigrette by George Unite, London 1848, rectangular form engraved with foliage (grille missing and hinge damaged), 28mm (2)

Sold for £110
Lot: 96
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97 George III silver milk jug, London 1809, bombe form with stepped bands beneath a reeded rim and raised on ball feet, height 9.5cm, weight approx. 162g (5.21 troy ozs)

Sold for £80
Lot: 97
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98 George V silver fruit dish, maker D&H, Birmingham 1932, oval form with pierced flange border raised on four stepped hoof feet, 25.5cm, weight approx. 331g (10.64 troy ozs)

Sold for £90
Lot: 98
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99 George III silver teapot, maker's mark indistinct, London 1814, bombe form with hinged cover, silver finial and handle, engraved with a band of intertwining leaves centred with a bird, engraved with initials 'J A N' and further inscribed on the handle 'Mary Nottingham', raised on ball feet, height 16.5cm, weight approx. 681g (21.89 troy ozs)

Sold for £220
Lot: 99
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100 George V silver drinks tray by Garrard, London 1913, circular form with piecrust edge, the centre initialled with a 'C', raised on four scroll feet, later inscription to the underside, 26cm diameter, weight approx. 637g

Sold for £240
Lot: 100
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101 Silver coaster, Birmingham 1992, galleried form with vacant cartouche, turned wooden base with central silver boss, 9cm diameter

Sold for £38
Lot: 101
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102 Pair of late Victorian silver sauce boats by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1898, each of shell form with serpent handle, raised on a trumpet shaped foot, height 11.5cm, weight approx. 634g (20.38 troy ozs)

Sold for £520
Lot: 102
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103 Pair of George V silver photograph frames, Birmingham 1911, in the Adam style, shaped rectangular form bordered with bellflower trails, interior size 22cm x 13cm, original oak backing

Sold for £260
Lot: 103
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