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Lot 738: Very Rare Scottish William & Mary HMSS Lace-Back Spoon. Edinburgh 1691, maker James Penman; Assay master, John Borthwick. Rat tail bowl. For similar example see Dreweatts Donnington Priory Salesrooms, Newbury, UK 7-12-2011 Lot no. 12 (sold for English pounds 9,500.) Wear to bowl.

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by Davidson Auctions

23 October 2016

Annandale , Australia

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  • Very Rare Scottish William & Mary HMSS Lace-Back Spoon.  Edinburgh 1691, maker James Penman; Assay master, John Borthwick. Rat tail bowl. For similar example see Dreweatts Donnington Priory Salesrooms, Newbury, UK 7-12-2011 Lot no. 12 (sold for English pounds 9,500.) Wear to bowl.
  • Very Rare Scottish William & Mary HMSS Lace-Back Spoon.  Edinburgh 1691, maker James Penman; Assay master, John Borthwick. Rat tail bowl. For similar example see Dreweatts Donnington Priory Salesrooms, Newbury, UK 7-12-2011 Lot no. 12 (sold for English pounds 9,500.) Wear to bowl.
  • Very Rare Scottish William & Mary HMSS Lace-Back Spoon.  Edinburgh 1691, maker James Penman; Assay master, John Borthwick. Rat tail bowl. For similar example see Dreweatts Donnington Priory Salesrooms, Newbury, UK 7-12-2011 Lot no. 12 (sold for English pounds 9,500.) Wear to bowl.
  • Very Rare Scottish William & Mary HMSS Lace-Back Spoon.  Edinburgh 1691, maker James Penman; Assay master, John Borthwick. Rat tail bowl. For similar example see Dreweatts Donnington Priory Salesrooms, Newbury, UK 7-12-2011 Lot no. 12 (sold for English pounds 9,500.) Wear to bowl.
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Description: Very Rare Scottish William & Mary HMSS Lace-Back Spoon. Edinburgh 1691, maker James Penman; Assay master, John Borthwick. Rat tail bowl. For similar example see Dreweatts Donnington Priory Salesrooms, Newbury, UK 7-12-2011 Lot no. 12 (sold for English pounds 9,500.) Wear to bowl.

Dimensions: L20cm W56g

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