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1902 Rare Solid Silver Sandwich Tongs with scrolls & 2 George III coin inlays.

1902 Rare Solid Silver Sandwich Tongs with scrolls & 2 George III coin inlays.

Race (I doubt another was made) Edwardian solid silver sandwich tongs. Each side of the tongs has scroll engraving on the sides and is set with an 18th-century Georgian III silver sixpence inlays.

 

Coin Type

 

Issuer     United Kingdom 

King      George III (1760-1820)  

Type Standard circulation coin  

Year 1787  

Value 6 Pence = ½ Shilling (1⁄40)  

Composition Silver (.925)

 

Length 13cm

Width 2.75cm

Weight 80.8g

Hallmarked for London 1902 Maker is Harry Brasted.

 

Very good condition with slight wear commensurate with age and use.

Dark marks are the result of reflections when photographing.

 

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