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The Coronation of Edward VII: two parcel-gilt silver coronets for Baron and Baroness with original Grant of Peerage and seal, London, 1902
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The Coronation of Edward VII: two parcel-gilt silver coronets for Baron and Baroness with original Grant of Peerage and seal, London, 1902
Estimate
5,0007,000
LOT SOLD. 4,375 USD
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The Coronation of Edward VII: two parcel-gilt silver coronets for Baron and Baroness with original Grant of Peerage and seal, London, 1902
each with matted and fluted band applied with balls, trimmed with ermine and centered by velvet topped by gold braid finials, with painted tin box for the Baron's coronet bearing his name; and an illuminated parchment Grant of Peerage dated Westminster, 1887, complete with wax seal in red Morocco case with tooled gilt borders and marbelized interior
marked on sides, baron's coronet with maker's mark IP probably for Isaac Pothecary, London, 1902; baroness coronet by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., London, 1902
length of document box 37in.
94cm
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Catalogue Note

These coronets were ordered by George Limbrey Sclater-Booth, 2nd Baron Basing, C.B., J.P., D.L. for Hants, Lt. Col. and Brevet Col. 1st. Royal Dragoons, later Hon. Brigader General, born 1860, married 1889 Mary, daughter of John Hargreaves of Maiden Erlegh Berkshire and Whalley Abbey, Lancashire.  The Baronny was granted in 1887 to his father George Sclater-Booth, 1826-1894, P.C., F.R.S., D.L. co. Southampton.

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