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GEORGE III IRISH SILVER BOTTLE TICKETS

 

 

George III Irish Silver Bottle Tickets

 

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GOOD PAIR GEORGE III IRISH SILVER BOTTLE TICKETS
John Stoyte, Dublin, c1788
 

 

GOOD PAIR GEORGE III IRISH SILVER BOTTLE TICKETS, John Stoyte, Dublin, 1888, PORT, SHERRY   GOOD PAIR GEORGE III IRISH SILVER BOTTLE TICKETS, John Stoyte, Dublin, 1888, PORT, SHERRY

 

 

Of elongated rectangular form with canted corners, engraved for PORT and SHERRY,
within borders of wrigglework and dot-pricked lines, belcher suspension chains;
crisply marked verso I.S thrice
 
John Stoyte is a known Dublin maker of wine labels.
He is recorded in Jackson's Revised, p. 641, c1788, "wine labels".
A pair of crescent labels sold Bonhams, also marked I.S thrice, 8 Nov. 2005, lot 101 (751.00 USD)

 
 Condition : Excellent
 
   1-1/8" Long x .75" High / .7 oz
 

 Price : PLEASE INQUIRE
 
#6909

 

 


 

ASSOCIATED PAIR GEORGE III IRISH SILVER BOTTLE TICKETS
John Egar, Dublin, 1812

 

ASSOCIATED PAIR GEORGE III IRISH SILVER BOTTLE TICKETS , John Egar, Dublin, 1812, CLARET, GIN  
 
 

Of elongated rectangular form with canted corners, the plain surfaces engraved for GIN and CLARET,
the upper edge with an arched surmount sided by two circular chain receptacles, belcher suspensory chain;
each crisply marked, one only with date mark, each also with an additional mark the retailer LAW
 
Condition : Associated (very slight variances in form);
GIN prevoiusly marked for BRANDY (faintly perceptible beneath magnification and very bright light);
otherwise excellent conditon
 
2" Long x .75" High / .6 oz.

 

SOLD

 

#6910

  

Please Inquire

 

 

ASSOCIATED PAIR GEORGE III IRISH SILVER BOTTLE TICKETS , John Egar, Dublin, 1812, CLARET, GIN, mark

 

 


 

 

GOOD GEORGE III IRISH SILVER BOTTLE TICKET

Benjamin Tait, Dublin, c1790

 

George III Irish Silver Bottle Ticket, Benjamin Tait, c1790, Banner Form, Sherry   George III Irish Silver Bottle Ticket, Benjamin Tait, c1790, Banner Form, Sherry
 
 

Of banner form, engraved for SHERRY

within a wriggle work and bright cut border resembling drapery swags,

having a belcher suspensory chain;

crisply marked verso (without date mark)

 

Condition : Excellent
 

2-1/8" Long x 1-1/8" High / .2 oz. 
 
300.00 USD

 

#6912
 
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GEORGIAN SILVER BOTTLE TICKET

Unmarked, Tested as Silver

c1780 and Probably Provincial

 

Georgian Silver Bottle Ticket, IRISH WHISKY, unmarked, tested as silver   Georgian Silver Bottle Ticket, IRISH WHISKY, unmarked, tested as silver

 

 

Of plain crescent form, engraved IRISH WHISKY, with suspensory chain

(Most crescent shapes date to the 18th century. 

Prior to 1790, it is not unusual to find unmarked silver bottle tickets,

particularly of provincial, Scottish or Irish origin.)

 

Condition : Excellent

 

2.25" Long x 1.5" High / .3 oz

 

SOLD

  

#6913

 

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Also See :

 

 

Pair George III Pierced Silver Bottle Ticket

John Whittingham, London, 1790

 

 

Georgian Silver Bottle Tickets & Neck Rings

 

 

Good Pair of George III Three-Ring Cut Glass Decanters

England, c1800-1810

The shoulders with diamond prism decoration above two bands of finely cut fluting

Original cut bulls eye stoppers

11" High

 

 


 

 

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