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Queen Anne Snuff Box, 1710

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Snuff Box - Oval, Engraved Coat-of-Arms - London circa 1710 by William Fleming - 8cm long; 49g - WP/4831

Queen Anne Snuff Box, 1710






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This is a fabulous early 18th century oval silver snuff box emblazoned to the front with a coat-of-arms within a scroll cartouche. This Queen Anne period box has two clear "Fl" maker's mark for the New Standard (Britannia standard) to the interior dating the box to the 1697-1720 period; the style of the box and working dates of the maker suggest a date of manufacture circa 1710. The engraving to the top cover remains crisp and to the underside are some original engraved "BW" initials. Although the interior is a little pitted (typical of snuff boxes from the period), the box is in fine order throughout.
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