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353 lots | 7 with images
March 28, 2001
Description: A Pair Of Silver and Steel Shoe Buckles Probably Early 19th Century the frames composed of joined alternating plain and faceted ovals; and a pair of electroplate stork-form scissors, with a swaddled baby in the stomach The stork-form scissors were designed to use to draw ribbons through baby clothes 3View additional info »
Description: A Gilt-Metal and Hardstone Desk Seal Early 19th Century fitted with six engraved seals in various stones on a gilt-metal wheel, turned ivory handle, 12cm long; and a silver-coloured metal 4-inch ruler 2View additional info »
Description: A George III Silver-Gilt Rattle, Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1790 with whistle and turned ivory teether, chased with bands of fruiting vines, hung with six bells, 12,5cm longView additional info »
Description: A Victorian Silver Rattle, Apparently No Maker's Mark, Birmingham 1869 with whistle and coral teether, hung with nine bells in two rows stamped with leaf decoration, lead solder repairs, 14cm longView additional info »
Description: A Child's Silver Rattle, Probably Hilliard & Thomason (Mark Somewhat Indecipherable), Birmingham 1896 with whistle and coral teether, with stamped leaf and flower head decoration, hung with seven bells (with provision for eight), dents, teether broken, 7,5cm longView additional info »