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|An all-silver travelling inkwell (cigarette lighter shape) London 1815, perhaps by Solomon Hougham.
A heavy seal well engraved with the arms of Comyn impaling another (possibly Vandercom), London 1812.
|A facetted circular glass and silver inkwell, London 1816 by John Douglas.
|A hemi-spherical fob-seal with uncut stone decorated with leaves circa 1850.
|An armorial seal, unmarked circa 1740, engraved with the arms of KNIGHTLEY.
|A fob seal engraved with an armorial for the Radcliffe family, by TW overstriking another, London 1793.
A gold seal with uncut cornelian on 4 legs circa 1820.
|A telescopic pen and pencil, the 9 carat gold-covered case engraved with curlicues; unmarked circa 1860 inscribed 'James Drew, Artiscombe, Tavistock'.
|A pipe-tamper with ring handle and seal-end inscribed 'B. Morin' by William Key, London circa 1800.
|An unmarked silver fob seal, circa 1780 engraved with a coat of arms (probably for PYNNER of Mitcham).
|An unusually small mechanical pencil, London, circa 1837 by Gabriel Riddle (with sales ticket penned by the late Gerald Sattin).
|A slim silver propelling pencil with carved cornelian seal depicting a classical figure, Birmingham circa 1810 by Joseph Taylor (maker's mark on slide).
|A silver seal with impression of a garb circa 1750. The seal is suspended from an 18th century facetted steel ring, visible in the scan/
|A reeded propelling pencil with spring-loaded fob chain attachment, London 1908 by Sampson Mordan and Company.
|A silver seal maker's mark illegible, with monogram I W circa 1770.
|A double-ended silver pencilholder for two pencil stubs with threaded ends by Arthur Downing, Birmingham 1902 engraved 'W.Hanks'.
|A silver seal unmarked with initials MT circa 1770.