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George IV silver toddy ladle, plus a baleen handle punch ladle & a silver spout. (3).

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A George IV silver toddy ladle with twist handle and engraved crest to bowl base, hallmarked Charles Rawlings, Birmingham 1824; plus a baleen punch ladle with monogram engraving, and a silver spout with reeded border, hallmarked J E Terrey & Co (John Edward Terry), London 1817. Weight of toddy ladle and spout 2.2ozt (69.6g). (3).

Condition Report:
- Items are all quite tired, showing varying degrees of surfaces scratches, marks, wear and tarnishing.
- Toddy ladle is very black, and would benefit from a clean and polish.
- Punch ladle is unmarked, and tests around 94% Ag.
- Fellows uses a Thermo Scientific Nitron Handheld XRF Analyser to test metals. This technology is limited to examining metal to a depth of approximately 8 microns.
- Fellows does not guarantee the standard of silver, gold or platinum unless an item is hallmarked. Results from electronically tested items should only be used as a guide and with caution, as false readings are possible.
- Bowl to punch ladle is quite creased and bumpy.
- Rim is misshapen and nibbled to edge.
- Spout lacks Assay office mark.
- Interior to spout shows thick polish residue.
- Lot includes a small leather strap.
- Condition reports are offered as a guide only and we highly recommend inspecting any lot to satisfy yourself as to its condition.

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A George IV silver toddy ladle with twist handle and engraved crest to bowl base, hallmarked Charles Rawlings, Birmingham 1824; plus a baleen punch ladle with monogram engraving, and a silver spout with reeded border, hallmarked J E Terrey & Co (John Edward Terry), London 1817. Weight of toddy ladle and spout 2.2ozt (69.6g). (3).

Condition Report:
- Items are all quite tired, showing varying degrees of surfaces scratches, marks, wear and tarnishing.
- Toddy ladle is very black, and would benefit from a clean and polish.
- Punch ladle is unmarked, and tests around 94% Ag.
- Fellows uses a Thermo Scientific Nitron Handheld XRF Analyser to test metals. This technology is limited to examining metal to a depth of approximately 8 microns.
- Fellows does not guarantee the standard of silver, gold or platinum unless an item is hallmarked. Results from electronically tested items should only be used as a guide and with caution, as false readings are possible.
- Bowl to punch ladle is quite creased and bumpy.
- Rim is misshapen and nibbled to edge.
- Spout lacks Assay office mark.
- Interior to spout shows thick polish residue.
- Lot includes a small leather strap.
- Condition reports are offered as a guide only and we highly recommend inspecting any lot to satisfy yourself as to its condition.

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