Description: 1995 JAGUAR 4 DOOR XJ6 SEDAN. Automatic. Full power. Sunroof. Pewter exterior with cream-colored leather interior. One owner. Well maintained. 91,000 miles.View additional info »
Lot 706: QUEEN ANNE SILVER TANKARD, Philip Roker I, London, 1705. - 10 oz., 2 dwt.; 4 1/2 in. high, overall.
Description: QUEEN ANNE SILVER TANKARD, Philip Roker I, London, 1705. Tapered cylindrical form; with scroll handle, the thumbpiece with AL monogram; the underside inscribed "Raymond Skinner Clark Jr. from his great grandfather John Pierpont Morgan, December 27th 1938"; centering a TPS monogram. Accompanied by letter dated January 23, 1939 from J.P. Morgan Jr. to the recipient's father stating "...I send it herewith as a present for the young man, hoping he may find it useful for milk or water till he is old enough to use it for nobler things such as beer..." - 10 oz., 2 dwt.; 4 1/2 in. high, overall.
Condition Report: The handle with maker's mark. In overall good condition. The body has small pocks throughout. The rims with slight warping. The underside with small repair to center and possible repair along edge.View additional info and full condition report »
Description: TWO QUEEN ANNE AND GEORGIAN SILVER LADLES. Queen Anne ladle, the bowl with later repoussé decoration, inset with coin, dated 1708, turned ivory handle; the Georgian ladle, unmarked, with baleen handle - 11 1/2 in. to 13 1/2 in. long.View additional info »
Lot 708: QUEEN ANNE-STYLE STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT, unmarked. - 21 oz., 2 dwt., total weight; 9 1/2 in. high.
Description: QUEEN ANNE-STYLE STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT, unmarked. Tapered form; with hinged dome cover, urn-form finial; faceted spout; scrolling wood handle - 21 oz., 2 dwt., total weight; 9 1/2 in. high.View additional info »
Lot 709: GEORGE I IRISH SILVER LEMON STRAINER, John Hamilton, Dublin, circa 1720. - 3 oz., 8 dwt.; 7 1/8 in. long.
Description: GEORGE I IRISH SILVER LEMON STRAINER, John Hamilton, Dublin, circa 1720. Circular pierced bowl; with shaped handles, one featuring chased armorial crest - 3 oz., 8 dwt.; 7 1/8 in. long.
Condition Report: In overall good condition - without dents, splits or repairs. The maker's mark is rubbed but legible. The harp mark is under each handle. The bowl is unmarked. With scratch weight 4 under a handle.View additional info and full condition report »