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ENGRAVED WITH THE ARMS OF THE FIRST DUKE OF ST ALBANS

A large George I silver saucepan, Robert Timbrell et Joseph Bell, London, 1714
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ENGRAVED WITH THE ARMS OF THE FIRST DUKE OF ST ALBANS

A large George I silver saucepan, Robert Timbrell et Joseph Bell, London, 1714
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A large George I silver saucepan, Robert Timbrell et Joseph Bell, London, 1714
engraved with two crests, one on the body, the other on the handle, and engraved underneath 35.17
41 cm long, 1 167 g overall weight ; 16 1/4  in. long, 37oz 10dwt overall weight
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The arms are those of Beauclerk, Dukes of St Albans for the first Duke of St Albans (1670-1726), illegitimate son of King Charles II by his mistress, the actress Nell Gwynn. The crest is probably that of Morrison.

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