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An agate seal with gold-coloured mounts (untested), circa 1825. The matrix is engraved with the arms of Meyrick impaling those of Vane (for the Dukes of Cleveland).
Price: £795.00
                                                                William Henry Meyrick married Lady Laura Vane on 24th February 1823.

                                                                William Henry Meyrick (1790-1865) was the son of Thomas Meyrick and Elizabeth, illegitimate daughter and heiress of Admiral Augustus Keppel (1st and only Viscount Keppel). Meyrick was Lieutenant Colonel of the 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards and portraits of him survive by Hoppner and an anonymous artist.

                                                                 Lady Laura Vane (1807-1882) was the youngest daughter of William Henry Vane, Earl of Darlington and future 1st Duke of Cleveland. She is depicted in a family group with her husband and in a portrait auctioned in 2002.

5404
A seal, circa fifteenth century, engraved with a rose.
Price: £350.00
4644
A tubular sealing wax case made in Schoonhoven in 1799 by IK (probably Jacob Kooyman).
Price: £265.00
4627
A hemi-spherical fob-seal with uncut stone decorated with leaves circa 1850.
Price: £220.00
7500t
A seal, circa 1700 engraved with the arms of Trahern of Emlyn, Wales.
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4643
An armorial seal, unmarked circa 1740, engraved with the arms of KNIGHTLEY.
Price: £195.00
4567
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Price: £185.00
4425
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Price: £180.00

7498t
SN 7971
A telescopic pen and pencil, the 9-carat gold-covered case engraved with curlicues; unmarked circa 1860 inscribed 'James Drew, Artiscombe, Tavistock'.
Price: £175.00
7971
A pipe-tamper with ring handle and seal-end inscribed 'B. Morin' by William Key, London circa 1800.
Price: £175.00
2991
A fob seal, circa 1760, engraved with an armorial.
Price: £165.00
4713
An unmarked silver fob seal, circa 1780 engraved with a coat of arms (probably for PYNNER of Mitcham).
Price: £160.00
3159
A slim silver propelling pencil with carved cornelian seal depicting a classical figure, Birmingham circa 1810 by Joseph Taylor (maker's mark on slide).
Price:
3895
SN 6169 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/
Price: £125.00
6169
A letter opener, by Sampson Mordan and Company Chester 1906.
Price: £110.00
5312
A silver seal maker's mark illegible, with monogram I W circa 1770.
Price: £80.00
7854
A double-ended silver pencilholder for two pencil stubs with threaded ends by Arthur Downing, Birmingham 1902 engraved 'W.Hanks'.
Price: £65.00
2446
A silver seal unmarked with initials MT circa 1770.
Price: £65.00
7855