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A GEORGE III SILVER PUNCH LADLE BY DAVID
© LEONARD JOEL AUCTIONS, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

A GEORGE III SILVER PUNCH LADLE BY DAVID MOWDEN, LONDON 1761, WITH A 20TH CENTURY SILVER SNUFFER Both with turned wooden handles, (2). ... [this item is NOT for sale]


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