An exceptionally rare James I silver seal top spoon. Made in London in 1614 by William Limpanny. The hallmarks are excellent, very crisp and legable. The bowl has a good thick guage all round and the seal top is plain with no engraving on top. It has a hexagonal shaft which is very rare. For a spoon which is 407 years old is is in amazing condition with such good hallmarks.
WEIGHT; 32grams or 1ozst.
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