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A cased cutlery set, to include sifter spoon,
© GOLDING YOOUNG & MAWER, Bourne, Lincolnshire, UK

A cased cutlery set, to include sifter spoon, fish eaters, etc, with shaped ends, Continental white metal marked Boulenger, in fitted case, 22cm wide....

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