A William IV sterling silver snuff box, Birmingham 1834 by John Tongue

A William IV sterling silver snuff box, Birmingham 1834 by John Tongue

Of rectangular form with chased foliate rims, engine turned decoration. The lid with a rectangular cartouche engraved ‘Should auld acquaintance be forgot’ above a fox courant. Gilt interior. Fully marked between base and top.

Length – 7 cm / 2.75 inches

Weight – 80 grams / 2.57 ozt

Estimated at £300 - £500


 

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