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Newcastle Escutcheon Label, 1760

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£245.00
Wine Label - Port; escutcheon - Newcastle circa 1760 by John Langlands - 5.5cm wide; 13.5g - AT/6268

Newcastle Escutcheon Label, 1760




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Made in Newcastle in the mid-18th Century, we are offering this fine example of a silver escutcheon wine label bearing the title "Port". The label is struck to the reverse side with the easily recognisable "IL" maker's mark for John Langlands that is surmounted by a ring that represents the name of his shop: The Gold Ring. The label is in fine condition.
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