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George III Sterling Tablespoons
5/19/2012 - Spring Fine and Decorative Art
London, England, ca 1767-1803. Thirteen sterling silver tablespoons, all marked for London and Sterling. Including five dated 1767 and hallmarked JL for John Lampfert; one dated 1767 and hallmarked WT possibly for William Tant; two dated 1793 and hallmarked SH possibly for Soloman Hougham; one dated 1793 and with illegible hallmark; two dated 1788 and hallmarked GS/WF for George Smith III and William Fearns; and two dated 1803 and hallmarked WS; lg. 8.75 in., silver wt. 26.12ozt (812g).
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