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SET OF SIX GEORGE IV SILVER TEASPOONS, THOMAS
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SET OF SIX GEORGE IV SILVER TEASPOONS, THOMAS COX SAVORY, LONDON 1829, Old English pattern. 3oz £40-50...

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