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GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER GOBLET
Masonic Interest
William Davie, Edinburgh, 1782

 

GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER GOBLET , William Davie, Edinburgh, 1782

 

GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER GOBLET , William Davie, Edinburgh, 1782

 

 

Of heavy gauge silver, the cup shaped bowl with gilt interior

over a waisted stem with beading below the cup and at the girdle, raised on a spreading foot,

also beaded at the footrim;

the rim engraved to each side with “two hands clasped”, in the manner of the Masonic grip;
the footrim verso with thistle punch,
with an illegible scratch engraved script inscription , shown below
( Appears to read Whit over 7 II 4 II L J (or I) II A D II Y )

 

6.5” High / 7 oz.
 

Price : PLEASE INQUIRE

 

#6965  

 

 

GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER GOBLET , William Davie, Edinburgh, 1782

 

Reverse side, also with "two clasped hands" :

 

GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER GOBLET , William Davie, Edinburgh, 1782

 

GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER GOBLET , William Davie, Edinburgh, 1782

 

George III Scottish Silver Goblet, William Davie, Edinburgh, crested to each side with "two hands clasped"

 

GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER GOBLET , William Davie, Edinburgh, 1782, interior

 

GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER GOBLET , William Davie, Edinburgh, 1782, verso

 

George III Scottish Silver Goblet, foot verso inscription

 

GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER GOBLET , William Davie, Edinburgh, 1782, verso, with inscription

 

Appears to read Whit over 7 II 4 II L J (or I) II A D II Y

 

 


 

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Please Click Here, or the Image Below

 

 

 

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Early British Silver Tots & Tumblers

 

 

 

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George III Scottish Silver Goblet of Masonic Interest, William Davie, Edinburgh, 1782