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GEORGE IV SILVER TRAVELING APPLE CORERS

Joseph Taylor, Birmingham, 1827

Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham, 1824

 

 

 


 

GEORGE IV SILVER TRAVELING APPLE CORER

Joseph Taylor, Birmingham, 1827

 

 

 

 

 

 The case with a reeded ends, the fully marked blade screwing in to the handle for traveling;

the case marked on the cushion-form end with maker’s mark only

 

Provenance : Gordon Bramah Collection, United Kingdom

 

Condition : Excellent

 

The Case 2.75” Long /  Extended – 4-3/8”/  .6 oz.

 

pRICE : Please Inquire 

 

#6203

 

 

 


 

GEORGE IV SILVER TRAVELING APPLE CORER

Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham, 1824

 

 

 

The center tubular cover with reeded ends and silver screw-in mounts accepting at one end a fully

marked silver apple corer, at the other a fully marked silver paring knife

 

Provenance : Gordon Bramah Collection, United Kingdom

 

Condition : Small shrinkage crack at one end; the corer with several minor scratches

from encounter with the screw-in blade end

 

The Case : 3” Long / Extended – 6.5” / .3 oz.

 

sold

 

#6304

 

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George IV Silver Apple Corers, Joseph Taylor, Birmingham, 1827 & Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham, 1824