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A caster

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A caster, the plain pear shaped body engraved with a coat of arms, London 1710, maker Augustin Courtauld, first mark, height 6 3/4in. [See: Some silver Wrought by the Courtauld Family of London Goldsmiths in the 18th century, Oxford 1940; pp 16, plate 9].

ID:  5502

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