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Lot 301

Description:

An impressive early Queen Anne hash spoon by Colin McKenzie, Edinburgh 1703 - 1704, Assay Master James Penman, of transitional variant of Dog Nosed pattern with wide terminal with moulded central section, the obverse of the stem engraved `M / NM/ LD` and the reverse engraved with script initial D, the large bowl with large slender pronounced rattail 43.5cm long, 12oz Notes: This hash spoon is... More

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