Decorative Arts and Silver Online Auction

September 19, 2013

LOT 106

Lot 106

[Reference Books] Irish and Scottish Silver, Thirteen Volumes

[Reference Books]  Irish and Scottish  Silver, Thirteen Volumes
Lot 106 Details
[Reference Books] Irish and Scottish Silver, Thirteen Volumes

BENNETT, Douglas, Collecting Irish Silver, Souvenir Press, London, 1984
BENNETT, Douglas, Irish Georgian Silver, autographed by the author, Cassell, London, 1973
FINLAY, Ian, Scottish Gold and Silver Work, Strong Oak Press, Stevenage, 1991 (revised by Henry Fothringham, boxed)
JAMES, I. Elizabeth, The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen 1450-1850, Bieldside Books, Aberdeen, 1981 (#418 of 500 copies)
CUMMING, W.O., History of Elgin Silver (booklet)
DOBIE, Kirkpatrick H., Dumfries Silversmiths (booklet)
MUNDY, Joanna, A history of Perth Silver, Perth Museum, 1980 (booklet)
TEAHAN, John, Irish Silver from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century, Smithsonian Institution, 1982
TEAHAN, John, The Dr. Kurt Ticher Donation of Irish Silver, National Museum of Ireland
TICHER, Kurt, et al, Hallmarks on Dublin Silver 1730-1772, National Museum of Ireland, Dublin, 1968 (booklet)
TICHER, Kurt, Irish Silver in the Rococo Period, Irish University Press, Shannon, 1972
BENNETT, Douglas, Irish Silver (Irish Heritage Series : 7), Eason & Son, Dublin, 1976 (booklet, 2 copies)

Estimate $50-$100

Realised: $720
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LOT 106

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  • 1 Star: Poor - Flaws or damage immediately apparent under standard lighting (examples: missing components, rips, broken glass, damaged surfaces, etc.)

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