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George II Sterling Silver Tankard, Richard Bayley Richard Bayley (English, 1683-1754; free 1706), circa 1746. A sterling silver tankard with step-domed...

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  • George II Sterling Silver Tankard, Richard
    Bayley Richard Bayley (English, 1683-1754; free 1706), circa 1746. A sterling silver tankard with step-domed hinged lid having an "Onslow"-scroll billet on scrolled handle ... [more like this]
  • * A George II Silver Tankard Richard Bayley
    London 1728 having a domed stepped hinged circular lid with an Onslow scroll thumb piece over the tapering cylindrical body with an applied hollow handle having a heart form ... [more like this]
  • A George I Britannia standard silver tankard
    of restrained tapering form with banded girdle and domed lid with scroll thumbpiece Richard Bayley London 1718 6.25in 20 oz. Estimate ?1 500-2 000 Lid is very loose within ... [more like this]
  • A large Worcester tankard, printed in black
    with Liberty seated among trophies of war, with a portrait of George II to one side and a large war ship to the other, 'RH Worcester' mark and anchor rebus for Richard Holdship, ... [more like this]
  • A Britannia Standard George I lidded quart
    tankard, Richard Green, London 1724, of cylindrical form, stepped domed lid, scroll thumb piece, engraved initials to the traditional shaped handle, plain body, stepped ... [more like this]
  • A Wedgwood black ground Jasperware tankard
    designed by Richard Guyatt, limited to 500 copies and title to base The Wedgwood Sporting Mug and showing sporting venues including Wembley, Cowes, Lord's, Wimbledon, etc ... [more like this]
  • George II pedestal tankard with applied scrolling
    handle, maker Richard Gurney & Thomas Cook, London 1730, 4" high, 7oz approx ... [more like this]
  • A GEORGE I TANKARD with domed lid and bifurcated
    thumbpiece, the scrolling handle engraved with the initials H/HE, having moulded girdle and rims, 16cm h, by Richard Bayley, London 1718, 20ozs ... [more like this]
  • A GEORGE II SILVER TANKARD with tapering
    body and reeded decoration domed hinged lid with scrolled thumb piece hollow 'C' scroll handle London 1732 by Richard Burcombe 7" high 19.5 troy oz ... [more like this]
    baluster form, chased engraved flower and rocaille decoration, a spreading base and a scrolling handle, marks beneath are rubbed but seemingly London 1783 and makers mark, ... [more like this]
    SIZE TANKARD with a cast double 'C' scroll handle and turned stepped foot, 10cm high, London 1744 by Richard Gurney & Co, 7.5 troy oz ... [more like this]
  • George III Silver Tankard Engraved with Crest:
    Mark of Robert Pinkney & Robert Scott II, Newcastle, 1812; engraved with armorial. 9 in. high, 27. 3 oz. approx. gross weight. The Estate of Richard P. Mellon, Ligonier, ... [more like this]
  • Three George III Silver Tankards: Variously
    marked. Comprising: A tankard mark of William Fountain, London, 1806, engraved with armorial and flower garlands A pair mark of Richard Morrison, London, 1795, ribbed and ... [more like this]

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