The Collyer Collection of Antique and Collectable Silver

The Silver Collectors Sale

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The Collyer Collection of Antique and Collectable Silver

The Silver Collectors Sale

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A George II silver marrow scoop, by Roger Hare, hallmarked London 1752, bearing an unusual heraldic crest to the back of the bowl, with engraved i...

An early George I silver marrow scoop, hallmarked London 1721, makers mark indistinct, monogrammed, Length 220mm Weight 1.7oz/55grms ...[more]

A George III silver marrow scoop, by Thomas & William Chawner, hallmarked London c.1770, Length: 213mm Weight: 1.5oz/48grms ...[more]

A George III silver thread pattern marrow scoop, hallmarked London 1795, makers George Smith and William Fearn, Length 212mm Weight 1.6oz/50grms ...

An early George II silver marrow scoop, with engraved initial, hallmarked London 1728, makers Hugh Arnett and Edward Pocock, Length 213mm Weight 1...

An early George III silver marrow scoop, hallmarked London 1763, maker William Turner, Length 214mm Weight 1.3oz/41grms ...[more]

A George III silver marrow scoop, hallmarked London 1796, maker William Summer, Length 227mm Weight 1.3oz/41grms ...[more]

A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver marrow scoop, hallmarked London 1709, makers mark rubbed, with feint traces of a crest, Length 201mm, Weigh...

A George V engine turned silver rectangular snuff box, by George Unite, hallmarked Birmingham 1925, crested, Length 76mm Weight; 3.4ozs/107grms. ...

A George III silver gilt snuff box, hallmarked London 1802 and attributed to William Pitts, of concave form with engine turned decoration and inte...

A George III silver table snuff box, by Joseph Wilmore, hallmarked Birmingham 1817, of rectangular form, with floral relief and chased decoration ...

A George III silver snuff box, hallmarked London 1801 and attributed to Thomas Hobbs, of rectangular and fluted form, Length 72mm. Weight: 1.6oz/5...

A George III silver nutmeg grater, by John Reily, hallmarked London 1804, of plain rectangular form with a hinged cover and grater, engraved with ...

A George III silver nutmeg grater, by Joseph Wilmore, hallmarked Birmingham 1809, of plain oblong/oval form with a hinged cover and a hinged grate...

A George III silver snuff box, by John Lawrence & Co, hallmarked Birmingham 1818, of rectangular form with reeded decoration, crested, Length 91mm...

A George IV silver snuff box, by Thomas Shaw, hallmarked Birmingham 1825, of rectangular ogee form and decorated with bird and scrolls, with engin...

A George III silver snuff box, by William Eley II, hallmarked London 1812, of rectangular form, with engine turned decoration to all sides and sma...

A George IV engine turned silver snuff box, hallmarked Birmingham 1827, maker, John Bettridge, of rectangular form, with engraved initial and cast...

A good George IV Britannia standard engine turned silver table snuff box, by Charles Rawlings, hallmarked London 1828, of oblong form with rounded...

A William IV engine turned silver gilt snuff box, by Nathaniel Mills, hallmarked Birmingham 1830, of oblong form with crested cartouche to the car...

A William IV sterling silver snuff box, by Joseph Bettridge, hallmarked Birmingham 1830, of oblong form, with cast and applied floral and “C” scro...

A fine George IV silver gilt table snuff box, by John Bettridge hallmarked Birmingham 1827, of oblong form, with crisp cast and applied floral dec...

A good George III silver gilt snuff box, by William Purse, hallmarked London 1808, of oblong form, the cover with cast and applied scene depicting...

A good George III silver gilt snuff box, by John Reily, hallmarked London 1807, of rounded oblong form, with basket weave decoration, Length 81mm ...

A George III silver concave snuff box, by Samuel Pemberton, hallmarked Birmingham 1807, with bright cut engraved decoration and invisible hinge, c...

A Victorian silver cornucopia shaped combination vinaigrette and scent bottle, by Sampson Mordan & Co Ltd, hallmarked London 1872, with engraved m...

An early Victorian snuff box, by Nathaniel Mills, hallmarked Birmingham 1839, of rectangular form, with raised cast borders of foliate decoration,...

A Victorian silver snuff box, by Hilliard & Thomason, hallmarked Birmingham 1879, of elliptical form, with ornate chased and engraved decoration a...

An early Victorian silver snuff box, by Nathaniel Mills, hallmarked Birmingham 1838, of rectangular form, with engine turned decoration and vacant...

A large Victorian silver table snuff box, by Thomas Johnson I, hallmarked London 1869, of rectangular form, with chased and raised relief floral d...

An early Victorian silver castle top snuff box, by Nathaniel Mills, hallmarked Birmingham 1837, of rectangular shape with engine turned sides and ...

An early Victorian silver table snuff box, by Edward Smith, hallmarked Birmingham 1846, of rectangular form with engine turned decoration to all s...

A Victorian silver snuff box, by Edward Smith, hallmarked Birmingham 1860, of shaped rectangular form, with engraved scroll and foliate decoration...

An early Victorian engine turned silver table snuff box, by Edward Smith, hallmarked Birmingham 1848, of rectangular form, with scalloped edges an...

An early Victorian engine turned silver snuff box, by Wheeler & Cronin, hallmarked Birmingham 1845, of rectangular ogee form, with cast and emboss...

A Victorian silver rectangular table snuff box, by Yapp & Woodward, hallmarked Birmingham 1850, with cast and applied floral and scroll chasing an...

A Victorian silver snuff box, by Frederick Marson, hallmarked Birmingham 1867, of rectangular form with scalloped sides and engraved decoration, L...

An early Victorian silver snuff box, by Francis Clark, hallmarked Birmingham 1840, of rectangular form with cast and applied floral decoration, Le...

An early Victorian silver snuff box, by Francis Clark, hallmarked Birmingham 1840, of rectangular form with ornate cast and applied floral decorat...

A Victorian silver snuff box, by Edward Smith, hallmarked Birmingham 1857, of rectangular form with shaped scalloped sides and vacant cartouche, w...

An early Victorian engine turned silver snuff box, by William Simpson, hallmarked Birmingham 1840, of rectangular form with reeded sides and cast ...

A good Victorian silver presentation table snuff box in original fitted case, by Nathaniel Mills, hallmarked Birmingham 1848, of oblong form with ...

A good Victorian silver presentation table snuff box, by Nathaniel Mills, hallmarked Birmingham 1847, of oblong shape with a serpentine outline an...

A Victorian silver table presentation snuff box, by Nathaniel Mills, hallmarked Birmingham 1838, of oblong in form, the top has cast and applied f...

A good early Victorian silver table snuff box, by Nathaniel Mills, in original fitted case, hallmarked Birmingham 1841, of oblong form with a serp...

A good early Victorian silver table snuff box in original fitted case, by Nathaniel Mills, hallmarked Birmingham 1846, of oblong form with a serpe...

A William IV Scottish silver snuff box, by James Naismith, hallmarked Edinburgh, 1835 of rectangular form with raised cast floral relief and geome...

A William IV silver snuff box, by Edward Smith, hallmarked Birmingham 1830, of rectangular form, the exterior has engine turned and cast relief fl...

An impressive William IV twin compartment silver gilt table snuff box, by Nathaniel Mills, hallmarked Birmingham 1832, of rectangular form, with o...

A good William IV engine turned silver table snuff box, by Joseph Wilmore, hallmarked for Birmingham 1837, of rectangular ogee form and cast and e...

A William IV engine turned silver snuff box, by Edward Edwards II, hallmarked London 1835, of rectangular form with cast and applied floral decora...

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