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Sale 299 Lot 91
Sold for US$2,500

Rare Provincial English silver tankard, John Langlands I Newcastle, dated 1769, hinged cover with pomegranate thumbpiece, tapered cylinder body, applied strapework handle, the whole raised on three fruit-form feet and foliate terminal, in the Scandinavian taste; with dedication: MR. JOHN RICHARDSON TO J&A SEAVERS 1768; H7 3/4" W7" and 31.0ozT

Other Notes: related to nearly identical example by Langlands bearing what appears to be the Cookson family crest sold at Lyon & Turnbull 24 Feb. 2016.
Estimate $3,000-4,000

Condition statement: the cover with lion passant mark, and handle with maker's punch. Small inner denting at foot base. Good overall condition, nice weight.

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