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Sale 335     Lot   215 

		A George III Silver-Gilt
© LESLIE HINDMAN, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Sale 335 Lot 215 A George III Silver-Gilt Dessert Flatware Service Eley, Fern & Chawner, London, 1808 Hourglass pattern, engraved with crest,...

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