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SOLD - Sterling Silver Butt Marker - Antique Edwardian

SOLD - Sterling Silver Butt Marker - Antique Edwardian

An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Edwardian English sterling silver butt marker; an addition to our diverse box and case collection

SKU A5018

SORRY ITEM SOLD

This exceptional antique Edwardian English sterling silver butt marker* has a plain rectangular rounded form, in a classic purse manner.


The anterior and posterior surfaces of this piece are plain and unembellished.


This impressive example of antique silverware secures closed with a ball style snap-clasp and opens to reveal the impressive engineered, hinged butt holders.


Each holder is fitted with the original, individually numbered sterling silver peg.


These pegs each bear the retailer's mark 'Barker's Patent Pathfinder NO', in addition to one cover which further features the registration number '4267'.


The posterior surface of each peg is plain and unembellished.


The interior of the case retains the original gilding and bears the retailer's mark 'Albert Barker LD, 5 New Bond ST, London, W'.


* A butt marker/place finder is a device used to allow participants to draw their starting position in a game shoot. The pegs are inserted into the vesta case style device and drawn at random.


Date: 1909

This antique sterling silver butt marker is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional presentation condition.

Full hallmarks struck to the interior of the cover and part hallmarks to the posterior cover are very clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this piece of antique silverware.


Case

Length 5.1cm/2"

Width 3cm/1.2"

Height 1.3cm/0.5"


Peg

Length 3.4cm/1.3"

Width 0.6cm/0.2"


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