M. FORD CREECH ANTIQUES & FINE ARTS
EARLY GEORGE III SILVER-GILT ESCUTCHEON BOTTLE TICKET - PORT
Richard Binley, London, c1760
The escutcheon form bottle ticket (wine label), of silver-gilt,
inscribed to the center for PORT, with 'feathered' edges;
suspended from a belcher chain.
Marks : Marked R.B in a 2-lobed punch and lion passant
Excellent condition, without breaks or repairs
Ref : Wine Labels, E.W. Whitworth, p. 17 : "Escutcheon labels with feathered edges are rare."
.4 oz / 2-2/4" Wide x 1-3/8' High
Shown with a c1710-20 English Black Onion Bottle
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Early George III Silver-Gilt Escutcheon Wine Label -
PORT, Richard Binley, London, c1760
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