Lincoln Collective Sale - Lot 28

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A George I silver canon handled basting spoonA George I silver canon handled basting spoon, by John Clifton, London, probably 1719, the reverse of the bowl engraved with the arms of The Queen's College, Oxford, with foliate mantling, engraved 'Coll.Reg Oxon 1719', the tapering handle engraved d.Drob.Rumney AM, 7┬żoz, 46cm long.
Provenance: Robert Rumney was an alumni at Queens from 1704 as a scholar, he then went to Cambridge and back to Oxford in 1719. This spoon is possibly his admission gift

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Sold for £1,800

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