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George II Silver Tea Caddy Box, London, 1741,
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GEORGE II SILVER TEA CADDY, Pezé Pilleau,
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George II Silver Tea Caddy
illegible, London, 1748
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GEORGE II WALNUT TEA CADDY, THE SILVER HINGES,
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A George II London Sterling Tea Caddy Group,
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GEORGE III BRIGHT-CUT ENGRAVED SILVER TEA
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Early George II sterling silver tea caddy
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A George II Sterling Silver Baluster Form
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George II Sterling Silver Tea Caddy, London,
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