M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
ROYAL INTEREST :
EARLY GEORGE III SILVER SECOND COURSE PLATE
John Parker and Edward Wakelin, London, 1766
The shaped circular second course plate with applied gadroon border,
engraved to the top with the Royal Coronet and Order of the Garter encircling the Royal Coat Arms,
sided by GR, for George (III) Rex * :
the verso with scratch inventory and weight "No. 42" and "21=12"
Condition : Very good to excellent, with normal expected light wear and central scuffing from use;
crisp marks verso
11" Diameter / 20 oz.
* Arms : Quarterly 1. England impaling Scotland; 2. France; 3. Ireland; 4. Tierced in pairle reversed : Two lions passant gardant (Brunswick); Semy of hearts a lion rampant (Lunenberg); A horse courant (Saxony)
Crown : sovereign
Order : Garter
Ref : University of Toronto, British Armorial Bindings Title: George III, King of Great Britain and Ireland (until 1801)
then the United Kingdom and Ireland (1738 - 1820) (Stamp 19)
Also See :
Queen Anne Silver-Mounted Tortoiseshell Snuff Box
Centering Silver 1713 Peace Treaty of Utrecht Medal, John Croker,
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George III "Royal" Silver Second Course Plate, John Parker & Edward Wakelin, London, 1766
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