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Rare George III silver Sifter Spoon hallmarked London 1785 by Richard Crossley with rare incuse duty mark

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A rare George III silver Sifter Spoon.  Lovely proportions (13 cm long).  The spoon has a nicely pierced bowl.  There is a lightly engraved armorial to the top of the spoon terminal  and on the back are the very clear and crisp hallmarks for London 1785 plus a rare incuse duty mark along with the silver maker's mark:  Richard Crossley. 

A superb early item and in great antique collector's condition.  No dents or repairs.

Hallmarks:  London 1785 with incuse duty mark by Richard Crossley.

Measurements:  Length:  13 cm   Weight:  16 grams

Weights and measurements are approximate.