Lovely armorial Queen Anne Britannia silver tobacco box London 1707 Edward Cornock

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  • Lovely armorial Queen Anne Britannia silver tobacco box London 1707 Edward Cornock
  • Lovely armorial Queen Anne Britannia silver tobacco box London 1707 Edward Cornock
  • Lovely armorial Queen Anne Britannia silver tobacco box London 1707 Edward Cornock
Lovely armorial Queen Anne Britannia silver tobacco box London 1707 Edward Cornock Lovely armorial Queen Anne Britannia silver tobacco box London 1707 Edward Cornock Lovely armorial Queen Anne Britannia silver tobacco box London 1707 Edward Cornock

This lovely armorial Queen Anne Britannia silver tobacco box was made in London in 1707 by Edward Cornock and measures 3.5 inches in length by 2 13/16 inches wide and is 1 inch deep. It has a very nice coats of arms to the pull off lid below the crest of a rampant ram and bears the engraved name of Philip Clarkes in period script to the underside of the base. It is fully and clearly hallmarked to the side of the base and inside the lid with the makers mark and the lions head erased. The box is in excellent condition and weighs 2.80 ounces or 88 grams.

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