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A small Elizabeth I silver communion cup and cover, maker’s mark a terrestrial globe (Jackson’s P. 97), London, 1568

A small Elizabeth I silver communion cup and cover, maker’s mark a terrestrial globe (Jackson’s P. 97), London, 1568

A small Elizabeth I silver communion cup and cover, maker’s mark a terrestrial globe (Jackson’s P. 97), London, 1568

A small Elizabeth I silver communion cup and cover, maker’s mark a terrestrial globe (Jackson’s P. 97), London

1568


plain flared bowl, the underside of the foot and the paten engraved “No. 69”


20cm. high 

169gr, 5oz 8dwt

Body repaired, light ware to makes but still pretty good.


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Please note that this communion cup and cover date from 1568 and not 1577 as stated in the printed catalogue.
Sir Ernest Cassel (1852-1921)
Red Cross Exhibition of Plate, showrooms of Garrard & Co. Ltd., 24 Albemarle Street, London, June 1915, No. 50
Loan Exhibition, Old Silver at Seaford House, London, 1929, No. 78