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Pair George III coasters gadroon borders silver Sheffield 1821 Robert Gainsford A George III pair of silver wine coasters with complex gadrooned border, by Robert Gainsford Sheffield 1821 (hallmarked on the bodies and the central bosses). .
Price: £1250.00
7601z
 wine label

A cast wine label with integral crest engraved for HOCK, by Isaac Cookson of Newcastle (d. 1754), crested for FENWICK .
Price: £975.00

This label is described as follows in Wine Labels 1730-2003 (2004)- p. 224:
"Mid-eighteenth century cast designs are rare [in Newcastle], but not unknown. Isaac Cookson made a version of the two putti design (see fig. 744 HOCK by Isaac Cookson circa 1745) incorporating, top centre, a crest of a phoenix in flames , 'murally gorged'. This is the crest of the Fenwick family , which had several branches in the surrounding counties of Northumberland and Durham. As with all armorial labels, these labels would have to have been made to a private commission and were probably in a set of six".

This label was exhbited at the Wine Label Circle in 2003 while the BURGUNDY from the set is mentioned in the Society's Journal in 1954, the CLARET in 1957. PORT, CHAMPAGNE and another (unspecified) were referred to in 1976.

 

6646
Set six Victorian wine labels leaf cast London 1839 William Eaton A set of six Victorian cast leaf shaped wine and spirit labels pierced for PORT, SHERRY, MADEIRA, RUM, HOLLANDS and WHISKEY made by William Eaton in London in 1839 .
Price: £925.00
7647
George III pierced coaster London 1774 probably Robert Hennell crest Compton A George III pierced wine coaster with neoclassical swags, made in London in 1774, almost certainly by Robert Hennell, crested for Compton .
Price: £875.00
6990
 wine funnel A wine funnel, made in London 1796 by Henry Chawner and John Emes, initialled {EH}.
Price:SOLD
Messrs Tessier Ltd's stock-label has been left as found
3917

A George III rectangular Britannia standard wine label with canted corners and a threaded border engraved for SHERRY, by George Knight London 1825.
Price: £750.00

This label is apparently the only recorded nineteenth century Britannia standard wine label (although a sauce label by William Knight of 1831 is recorded). The wine label is referred to in Wine Labels 1730-2003 on page 135 and has belonged to two prominent collectors. In 2013 this label was purchased by the late Tony Cowdry who annotated his copy of the book with this fact and prior to this it was part of Sir Thomas Barlow's collection.

7802
3 wine labels A set of three silver-gilt wine labels with a leopard's head surmounting a border of grapes pierced for MADEIRA, PORT and SHERRY, by Daniel Hockly London 1816.
Price: £750.00
5640
 Travelling corkscrew A silver-cased travelling corkscrew, by Matthew Linwood of Birmingham circa 1780 .
Price: £695.00
6542
 DISTILLED WATER label A reeded label engraved for DISTILLED WATER, by Charles Rawlings and William Summers London 1838 .
Price: £550.00
6131
Dublin Escutcheon wine label for CLARET Dublin circa 1755 by Samuel Teare

A George III escutcheon-shaped wine label for CLARET, by Samuel Teare of Dublin circa 1755, initialled {BE}
Price: £495.00

A wine label for CALCAVELLA of similar shape and threaded border by this maker is in the collection of the National Museum of Ireland and is illustrated on page 129 of 500 years of Irish silver by Ida Delamer and Conor O'Brien (2005) as figure 23.23.

6829
3 wine labels A set of three crescent shaped wine labels engraved for PORT, SHERRY and MADEIRA by Thomas Hyde London circa 1770 .
Price: £495.00
6203
Pair wine labels A pair of wine labels with engraved borders engraved DUBLIN and CORK, unmarked nineteenth century.
Price: £495.00
5815
George III wine label drapery PORT London 1804 Bateman

A George III wine label with engraved decoration imitating drapery engraved for PORT by Peter Ann and William Bateman London 1803, initialled {IHN} and dated 1804.

Price:SOLD

In 1952 the Wine Label Circle defined this design as a rarity and in 1963 as elusive. At this point it was also noted that it appeared 'to be an original design of Peter and William Bateman'.

7703
 wine label A wine label with canted corners engraved for MADEIRA, by George Lowe II Chester 1828 .
Price: £450.00
6506
4 wine labels A set of four wine labels with gadrooned borders and floral decoration pierced for PORT, CLARET, SHERRY and MADEIRA by Charles Rawlings London 1819.
Price: £440.00
4982
 wine label

A crescent wine label engraved for PORT, Chester circa 1780 by Joseph Walley of Liverpool.
Price: £425.00

3255
George II Crescent shaped wine label London circa 1750 Sandilands Drinkwater A George II crescent-shaped wine label with ears engraved for SHERRY, by Sandilands Drinkwater of London circa 1750 .
Price: £395.00
7255
Wine label for MARASCHINO Birmingham 1854 Yapp and Woodward

A pair of Victorian thread-edge wine labels engraved for MARASCHINO and CURACOA, by Yapp and Woodward Birmingham 1854 .
Price: £395.00

6863
PRENAAC wine label An eye-shaped wine label with wrigglework border engraved for PRENAAC unmarked circa 1790.
Price: £395.00
5738
 wine label A kidney-shaped wine label with wrigglework border pierced for RED PORT, by John Hampston and John Prince of York circa 1780.
Price: £395.00
5566
 Wine taster A French wine taster, by Benoit Julien of Trevoux (Lyons) circa 1780, engraved "Jq BALANDRAS 1783".
Price: £380.00
4913
Feather-edge wine label cartouche below Thomas Hyde London circa 1770 Baron Cathcart

A George III wine label with feather-edge border and cartouche set below the name, engraved for CLARET, by Thomas Hyde London circa 1770, showing the crest of Charles Schaw Cathcart, 9th Baron Cathcart (1721-1776) .
Price:SOLD

Charles Schaw Cathcart (1721-1776) served as a Lord of the Bedchamber to George II and A.D.C. to William, Duke of Cumberland at the battle of Fontenoy in 1745. At Fontenoy, he received a wound on his cheek evident in all later portraits. In 1749, Cathcart was one of the officers sent to Paris in preparation for the peace treaty. In 1760 he was promoted to Lieutenant-general and, among many offices and accolades, he was made a Knight of the Thistle in 1763. He served as British ambassador to Russia from 1768-1771.

7017
George III wine label pierced border MADEIRA circa 1780 WT A George III scroll-shaped wine label with pierced border engraved MADEIRA, by WT circa 1780 .
Price: £375.00
7672
Victorian silver mounted cork Birmingham 1878 Colin Cheshire cast crest Goode Gresley Griffith A Victorian silver mounted cork finial formed as a lion passant, by Colin Cheshire Birmingham 1878, initialled {JG} for a member of the Goode, Gresley or Griffith families.
Price: £375.00
7346
Beaded wine label of unusual form Samuel Meriton London circa 1770 A George III wine label with beaded border and cartouche set below the name, engraved for HOCK, by Samuel Meriton of London circa 1770, crested with an arm holding a spear .
Price:SOLD
6903
 wine label An escutcheon-shaped wine label with chased decoration engraved for WHITE WINE, by R.P- possibly Richard Peters of London (active 1725-1747) .
Price: £360.00
6607
George III cast wine label London 1829 Reily Storer Trinity Hall Cambridge

A George IV cast wine label with decorative border and integral cartouche engraved for MADEIRA, by Charles Reily and George Storer London 1829 engraved with the arms of Trinity Hall, Cambridge .
Price:SOLD

Trinity Hall, Cambridge was founded in 1350 by Bishop Bateman of Norwich and is the 5th oldest college in the university. It was founded to foster the study of Civil and Canon Law (following the dearth of clergyman and lawyers after the plague outbreak of 1349) and occupies a site purchased from John De Craufurd, Prior of Ely, who had used it to house his monks during their studies at Cambridge. Notable Alumni include J. B. Priestley, Stephen Hawking and Nicholas Hytner.

7674
Victorian cast wine label heavy MADEIRA London 1859 Smith Nicholson A heavy cast Victorian wine label decorated with vines and pierced for MADEIRA, by Smith and Nicholson London 1859 .
Price: £350.00
7132
 wine label A wine label with threaded border engraved for CANARY, by Joseph Willmore Birmingham 1833 .
Price:SOLD
6101
George III wine label MADEIRA Robert Jones Liverpool circa 1790

A George III rectangular wine label with canted corners and a bright-cut border engraved for MADEIRA, by Robert Jones of Liverpool circa 1790 .
Price: £345.00

This label, or one very similar to it, is illustrated as label number 698 on page 202 of Wine Labels 1730-2003 (2003).

7449
Victorian corkscrew Birmingham 1890 Deakin Francis A Victorian corkscrew with steel worm and silver handle with engraved ends, by Deakin and Francis Birmingham 1890 .
Price: £345.00
7298
crescent shaped wine label feather-edge border Hester Bateman circa 1780 A crescent-shaped wine label with feather-edged border engraved for RUM, made in London circa 1780 by Hester Bateman .
Price: £345.00
6798
 wine label An escutcheon-shaped wine label with chased decoration engraved for CLARET, London 1739-1755 .
Price: £345.00
6562
S wine label An enamelled S-label in red and blue, by Rawlings and Summers London 1853 .
Price: £345.00
6273
 wine label A wine label with threaded border engraved for MOSELLE, by Henry Flavelle of Dublin circa 1830 .
Price: £345.00
6265
George III wine label WHITE WINE John Walker Chester c. 1810

A George III wine label with thread-edge border engraved for WHITE WINE, by IW of Chester (John Walker of Chester or Joseph Walley of Liverpool) , c. 1800.
Price: £335.00

Labels by Joseph Walley of Liverpool (d. 1801) are recorded. If it is by him the shape would suggest that it was a late example of his work.

The other candidate for this mark is John Walker of Chester. He was the son of George Walker I of Chester and was born in 1782. John was made a member of the Goldsmiths' Company of Chester in 1808, having been apprenticed to his father, and succeeded his father as Assay Master on the latters death in 1809 (although he did not swear the oath of that office until 1819). In 1825 Walker described himself as Secretary (as well as Assay Master) and in 1834 he was admitted to the Company again 'according to ancient use and custom'.

In 1840 he appears to have ceased his activities with the Goldsmiths' Company of Chester in the wider disgrace of his family. It certainly seems dubious for the son of the Assay Master (if this label were 1808-1809) or the Assay Master himself, if this label were made after 1809, to be avoiding assaying charges. John Walker is only known to have assayed four labels in his career and the whereabouts of these are currently unknown.

7754
George III beaded crescent wine label MADERE unmarked circa 1780

A George III crescent shaped wine label with beaded borders engraved MADERE, unmarked circa 1780 .
Price: £325.00

According to the Journal of the Wine Label Circle (founded 1952) this unusual variant of the name Madeira appears to be unrecorded on silver labels- apparently only on ceramic examples.

7471
 wine label A wine label with complex border formed of shells, grapes, a head of pan and a basket of flowers engraved SHERRY, by Charles Reily London 1824.
Price:£325.00
5606
 wine label A reeded wine label with vacant cartouche above engraved MADEIRA, by John Teare (senior) Dublin 1802-1807.
Price: £325.00
5538
Pair wine labels A pair of wine labels with decorated borders pierced for PORT and SHERRY, by Mary and Charles Reily London 1828.
Price: £320.00
4495
George III Rococo wine label Madeira unmarked Crest Dunlop Garnkirk

A George III embossed rococo wine label engraved MADEIRA, unmarked second half of the 18th century, crested for Dunlop of Garnkirk.
Price:SOLD

The Dunlop family is recorded in Ayrshire from the 11th century but acquired the property at Garnkirk in 1634. There are three possible heads of the branch of the Dunlop family of Garnkirk and Dunlop owners of Garnkirk in the second half of the eighteenth century. James Dunlop IV of Garnkirk was a prominent citizen of Glasgow and a partner in the family firm of tobacco importers trading with Virginia. When he died in 1769 he left a male line in America , including James (1793-1872) who rose to be a prominent Judge but the family estate was sold in 1782 to his nephew- another James. This James (1742-1816) was also a partner in the tobacco trade with Virginia but the firm was caught up in the financial instability of the early 1790s and failed (although the family remained prominent in the South West of Scotland and provided an MP for Glasgow in the 1830s).

 

7475
George III gadrooned neck ring wine label John Reily London 1803 A George III gadrooned wine label in the form of a neck ring pierced for SHERRY, by John Reily London 1803.
Price: £295.00
7060
 Wine funnel stand A wine funnel stand with anthemion and gadroon border, by George McHattie Edinburgh 1823 .
Price:SOLD
6231
 wine label

An oval reeded wine label engraved for SHERRY, by Williams Brothers Exeter 1853
Price: £295.00

This label was once part of the Warde-Aldam family silver at Hooton Pagnell, Yorkshire. It is one of only 33 assayed by the Williams Brothers at Exeter and must be one of the earliest of their labels assayed there -- Exeter Assay Office records only show their labels from 1854 onwards.

5204
 wine label

A wine label with threaded border pierced for CHAMPAGNE, by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson London 1806.
Price: £295.00

 

5186
 wine label A brightcut RUM label with pierced border London, 1800, George Smith and Thomas Hayter.
Price: £285.00
2952
2 wine labels A pair of cast wine labels engraved for PORT and SHERRY, by Thomas De'ath London 1823..
Price: £280.00
5090z
George III wine label kidney shaped feather-edged Madeira Margaret Binley London circa 1780 A George III kidney-shaped wine label with feather-edge border engraved MADEIRA, by Margaret Binley London circa 1775 .
Price: £275.00
7670
A rectangular claret label for CLARET Margaret Binley circa 1765 A George III rectangular wine label with feather-edged border engraved for CLARET, by Margaret Binley London circa 1765 .
Price: £275.00
6819
A thread edge wine label NOYAU Phipps and Robinson 1806

A thread-edged wine label pierced for NOYAU, by Phipps and Robinson London 1806 .
Price:SOLD

Noyau, as well as being the name of a town in Picardy and on Haiti, is a French liqueur made from brandy and flavoured with almonds and the pits of apricots. 'Noyau de la Martinique' is mentioned in the London Public Advertiser on 11th May 1775.

6799
Pierced wine label Claret London 1848 Robert Garrard A pierced wine label engraved for CLARET, made by Robert Garrard in London in 1848 .
Price:SOLD
6775
 wine label A thread-edged wine label pierced for CHAMPAGNE, by Phipps and Robinson London 1803 .
Price: £275.00
5889
 Bottle stand

A small bottle stand mounted on a wooden base, by Robert Hennell London 1832, crested for the GORDON family, baronets of Niton.
Price: £275.00

Sir James Willoughby Gordon (1772-1851) became Quartermaster General under the Duke of Wellington in 1812 and held the post until 1851, as well as being MP for Launceston 1829-1831.

4506
 wine label An escutcheon-shaped wine label engraved for MADEIRA, unmarked circa 1740, crested on the reverse with a leopard's head pierced with a spear.
Price: £265.00
6514
Pair of wine labels A pair of oval labels with oakleaf borders engraved for CLARET and MADEIRA by John Brockwell, London 1811.
Price: £265.00
1388a
 wine label A large triple vine-leaf MADEIRA label by Gervase Wheeler, Birmingham 1834.
Price: £265.00
9621
 wine label A bright-cut crescent-shaped wine label engraved for 'BRANDY', London circa 1790 by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson.
Price: £260.00
3771
Letter wine label S Sherry 1866 Lias Brothers A large Victorian wine formed as the letter S (for SHERRY), by the Lias Brothers London 1866 .
Price: £250.00
6777
 wine label An eye-shaped wine label with bright-cut border engraved for 'WHITE WINE', London circa 1790 by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson.
Price: £250.00
3850
Victorian wine label threaded border MADEIRA London 1837 Rawlings Summers Earl of Arran

A Victorian wine label with threaded border engraved MADEIRA, Rawlings and Summers London 1837, crested for Philip Yorke Gore, 4th Earl of Arran (1801-1884) .
Price: £245.00

Philip Yorke Gore (1801-1884) inherited the Earldom of Arran from his uncle in 1837. Prior to this point he had a diplomatic career starting with his appointment as Attache to the British legation in Stockholm before being transferred to Paris in 1825 and Lisbon in 1826. From 1827-1837 Gore was Secretary to the Legation in Buenos Aires (where he was also Charge D'Affaires from 1832-1834). In 1838 Gore, now Earl of Arran, married Elizabeth Napier (d. 1899). Elizabeth was the daughter of the historian of the Peninsular war General Sir Francis Napier (1785-1860) and had the second Duke of Richmond as both her maternal and paternal grandfather (making her also a great, great grand daughter of Charles II).

7673
George III Scroll shaped wine label VIN DE GRAVE John Reily London 1824 A George III scroll shaped wine label pierced for VIN-DE-GRAVE, by John Reily London 1824 .
Price: £245.00
7447
George III Feather-edge wine label Lisbon London Thomas Hyde circa 1770 A George III rectangular wine label with feather-edge border engraved for LISBON, by Thomas Hyde London circa 1770 .
Price: £245.00
7351
Wine label PORT embossed York circa 1815 Barber Whitwell

A George III wine label engraved for PORT with chased border, by Barber and Whitwell York circa 1820 .
Price: £245.00

A small number of labels in this design are recorded (see figure 762 in 'Wine Labels 1730-2003') and another PORT formed part of lot 166 in the Woolley and Wallis silver sale on 16th April 2019). On 30th May 1820, the York Assay Office book records Barber and Whitwell submitting wine labels (among other things) but they were detailed as: '6 Chased labels [and] 24 Shelled labels'. One might suggest that this label is one of the ' 6 Chased' examples.

7037
 wine label A narrow rectangular RUM label with cut corners and engraved border by John Wittingham London 1799.
Price: £245.00
1863
OSP coaster with japanned base c. 1780

An Old Sheffield Plate wine coaster with japanned base and border pierced with Prince of Wales Feathers, circa 1790 .
Price: £240.00

A coaster of very similar design to the body of this one can be seen in figure 334a of Gordon Crosskey's Old Sheffield Plate: A history of the 18th century plated trade (2011). The japanned base, described as 'very rare' on page 280 of that book, a set with these bases shown in figure 333.

6656
George III wine label wrigglework WHITE William Key London circa 1790 A George III eye shaped wine label with wrigglework border engraved for WHITE, by William Key of London circa 1790 .
Price:SOLD
7603z
George III wine label WHISKY Edinburgh 1790 William Robertson A George III rectangular wine label engraved for WHISKY, by William Robertson Edinburgh circa 1790 .
Price:SOLD
7334
George V Britannia standard wine label Birmingham 1911 Levi and Salaman BRANDY

A George V rectangular wine label with threaded border and integral cartouche engraved for BRANDY, by Levi and Salaman Birmingham 1911 (Britannia standard), crested with a hand holding a dagger .
Price: £225.00

It is rare to find wine labels made in Britannia standard silver (95.8% silver as opposed to Sterling which is 92.5%). The higher standard was compulsory from 1697-1720 and remained an option after that. The authors of Wine Labels 1730-2003 were only able to find two nineteenth century examples assayed in London (one wine label and one sauce label). In the late nineteenth century there was a resurgence of interest in the use of this standard but the majority of pieces seen bear London hallmarks.

7750
 wine label A pierced humptop wine label engraved for SHERRY by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson London 1794 .
Price: £225.00
6329z
Boudoir label

A boudoir label engraved GLYCERINE, by William Jones London 1859 .
Price:SOLD

6146
 Sauce label A ring-mounted rectangular sauce label with canted corners and a threaded border pierced for ANCHOVY, by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson of London circa 1790.
Price:SOLD
5695
George III Old Sheffield plate coasters Viscount Tracy

A pair of George III Old Sheffield Plate wine coasters with pierced borders and applied rococo cartouches, circa 1780. The cartouches carry the crest and coronet of Thomas Tracy, 6th Viscount Tracy (1719-1792) .
Price: £220.00
The Tracy family received the Viscountcy of Tracy of Rathcoole in 1643 for their support of Charles I in the English Civil Wars. When the 5th Vicount died he was succeeded by three of his sons in turn (all of whom died without heirs to the title).
Thomas Charles, 6th Viscount (1719-1792) held the title from 1756 until 1792 and was succeeded by his younger half brother. The 7th Viscount, formerly the Hon. Dr. John Tracy (1722-1793), survived his brother by only a year (the 7th Viscount was also Warden of All Souls, Oxford from 1766 until his death). Finally their youngest brother, the Hon. Henry Tracy (1733-1797) became 8th Viscount and when he died in 1797 the title became dormant (although there were several claims to revive it in the nineteenth century).

7259
Pair of wine labels A pair of pressed labels for PORT and SHERRY with vine-leaves and satyr's head by Hilliard and Thomasson, Birmingham 1854.
Price: £220.00
8982
George III wine label shell scroll border for SHERRY John Reily London 1816 Fox 3rd Baron Holland

A George III wine label with shell and scroll border pierced for SHERRY, by John Reily London 1816, crested for Henry Vassall-Fox, 3rd Baron Holland (1773-1840).
Price:SOLD

Henry Fox (later Vassall-Fox) (1773-1840), was 3rd Baron Holland from 1774. He was descended from Charles II (via the Dukes of Richmond) and inherited his title when just over a year old. His was a strongly Whig family with his uncle being the orator Charles James Fox. Baron Holland himself was described as 'rather the Whig party itself than its leader'. As a result of his firmly held Whig principles, Holland held few Government offices — he served as Lord Privy Seal in the brief 'Ministry of All The Talents' that followed the death of William Pitt the Younger in 1806, and then as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster between 1830-1834 and 1835-1840. In 1797 he married the recently divorced Elizabeth, Lady Webster, daughter of Richard Vassall of Jamaica (after paying £6000 in damages to Webster for 'criminal conversation' with his wife, which led to the birth of the future archaeologist (and General) Charles Richard Fox).

7062
pair victorian wine labels GIN WHISKY London 1867 Samuel Whitford A pair of Victorian oval wine labels with beaded borders engraved for GIN and WHISKY, by Samuel Whitford London 1867 .
Price: £210.00
6959
 wine label An escutcheon-shaped wine label engraved for SHERRY, by John Reily London 1808.
Price: £210.00
6433
Wine label by Phineas Garde of Corkc. 1810 Madeira A wine label with threaded border engraved for MADEIRA, by Peter Godfrey of Dublin, circa 1815 .
Price: £195.00
6682
 SOY sauce label A decorated escutcheon-shaped sauce label pierced for SOY, by Charles Reily and George Storer London circa 1830.
Price:SOLD
5702
 wine label A shaped PORT label with lion mask and vine border by Edward Thomasson, Birmingham 1820.
Price: £195.00
1905
 wine label A silver-gilt threaded sauce label pierced for 'TARAGONA', unmarked circa 1830.
Price: £190.00
6121
 wine label A pressed WHISKEY label with shell and fruiting vine border by Emes and Barnard, London 1828.
Price: £185.00
2064
 wine label An unusual pressed label in a stylised urn and cornucopias design by Thomas Watsom, James Fenton and Thomas Bradbury, Sheffield 1820 (a.f.).
Price: £185.00
2831
 wine label A pressed wine label with vines, grapes, satyr's head and putti engraved for PORT by Thomas Holland II, London 1805.
Price: £185.00
2615
 CAYENNE label A thread-edged sauce label engraved CAYENNE, by Matthew Linwood Birmingham circa 1800 .
Price: £180.00
5772
George III sauce label SOY London circa 1800 John Rich A George III sauce label with threaded border engraved for SOY, by John Rich London circa 1800 .
Price: £175.00
7384
 wine label A 'stamp label' with enamelled R (for Rum), by Phipps and Robinson London 1799.
Price: £175.00
5545
Victorian wine label P(ort) gothic Marshall and Sons Edinburgh circa 1860

A Victorian wine label in the form of a Gothic letter P (for PORT), by Marshall and Sons Edinburgh circa 1860 .
Price: £170.00

It is interesting to note that Silver Plated labels were also produced inthis design - an example of which is our stock number 6508.

7428
George III gorget shaped wine label B London 1800 John Jago A George III gorget-shaped wine label engraved B (probably for BRANDY or BUCELLAS), by John Jago London 1800 .
Price: £165.00
7646
 wine label A stamped SHERRY label with grapes, vine-leaves and lion's mask decoration by Rawlings and Summers, London 1839.
Price: £165.00
2584
George III Thread edge sauce ladle London circa 1790 Phipps Robinson Ketchup A George III sauce label with threaded border pierced for KETCHUP, by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson circa 1790 .
Price: £160.00
7571
 wine label An unusually curved rectangular wine label with canted corners engraved for SHERRY, London 1796 probably by John Foster I.
Price: £155.00
4406
 Wine label A shaped narrow rectangular BRANDY label, engraved with leaf design London 1844 by George Richards.
Price: £155.00
9281
George V whisky tot Birmingham 1937 Richard Richardson A George VI glass whisky tot with a silver mount, by R. Richardson Birmingham 1937 (also part marked on the lid).
Price: £150.00
7238b
 GIN label An ornate wine label engraved for GIN, by TW Birmingham 1877.
Price: £150.00
4888
B wine label A postage stamp wine-label engraved B by John Rich, London 1806.
Price: £150.00
2074b
George III pair Old Sheffield Plate wine labels PORT BRANDY c. 1790 A pair of George III Old Sheffield Plate wine labels engraved for PORT and BRANDY, circa 1790 .
Price: £145.00
7400
I wine label An engraved wine label in the form of an engraved 'I', by Archer, Makin and Marsh Sheffield 1908 .
Price: £145.00
6454
 wine label A leaf-shaped wine label pierced for CLARET, by Joseph and Albert Savory London 1837 .
Price: £145.00
6214
 wine label A crescent-shaped wine label with ears engraved for W[hite] WINE, unmarked circa 1770 .
Price: £145.00
6028
Cocktail stirrer A Victorian combined cocktail stirrer and spoon with leaf shaped bowl, London 1896 by Saunders and Shepherd.
Price: £145.00
4164
5 rings wine label A beaded wine label formed of five rings engraved for BRANDY, by Rawlings and Summers London 1860, crested with a cross flory between two wings.
Price: £145.00
4710
wine label threaded border for MADEIRA circa 1810 A George III wine label with threaded border engraved for MADEIRA, unmarked circa 1810, crested with a leopard's head.
Price:SOLD
6902
letter wine label C Claret William Hunter London 1850 A Victorian wine label formed as the letter C (for CLARET), by William Hunter London 1850 .
Price: £135.00
6778
 wine label A threaded wine label engraved HOLLANDS, London 1808 by Josiah Snatt.
Price: £135.00
3592
 KYAN label A threaded sauce label engraved 'KYAN', probably by Thomas Phipps and Edward Robinson of London circa 1790 .
Price: £130.00
6119
P wine label An engraved wine label formed as a P (for PORT) by Charles Rawlings and William Summers London 1855.
Price: £130.00
5789
M wine label An engraved wine label formed as a M (for MADEIRA), by Charles Rawlings and William Summers London 1855 .
Price:SOLD
5790
S wine label An engraved wine label formed as a S (for SHERRY), by Charles Rawlings and William Summers London 1849 .
Price: £130.00
5791
R wine label An engraved wine label formed as a R (for RUM), by Charles Rawlings and William Summers London 1860 .
Price: £130.00
5792
SHERRY wine label A reeded rectangular SHERRY label with cut corners and shells, London 1824 by Charles Rawlings.
Price: £130.00
4083
MADEIRA wine label A crescent-shaped wine label with ears engraved for MADEIRA, unmarked circa 1770 .
Price: £125.00
6026
HOLLANDS wine label A gadrooned wine label engraved for HOLLANDS, by Samuel Knight London 1816.
Price: £125.00
5176
W wine label A reeded W letter label (for whisky), London 1840 by Rawlings and Summers.
Price: £125.00
3590
PORT wine label A crescent-shaped wine label with ears, engraved for PORT unmarked circa 1770 .
Price: £125.00
6027
HOCK wine label A rounded rectangular label with shell-and-gadroon border pierced for HOCK by the Barnard Brothers, London 1853.
Price: £125.00
9378
George III Old Sheffield Plate wine coaster glass or beaker c. 1790 A George III Old Sheffield Plate wine coaster with pierced body for a wine glass (not included), circa 1790 .
Price: £120.00
7863
BRANDY wine label A reeded rectangular wine label with canted corners engraved for BRANDY, London 1813 by Joseph Angell.
Price: £120.00
8042b
Brandy and Hollands wine-labels

A rectangular label with cut corners engraved BRANDY by Joseph Angell, London 1813.
Price: £120.00

8042
 wine label A narrow rectangular label with reeded border engraved for SHERRY by John Reily, London 1824.
Price: £115.00
1918
Humptop wine label PORT circa 1790

A George III hump-top wine label, pierced as a sunburst and engraved for PORT, unmarked circa 1790 .
Price: £110.00

This label is illustrated in Wine Labels 1730-2003 (ed. John Salter, 2004) as figure 155 on p. 52.

6901
 Wine coaster A small wine coaster (base diameter 7.5cm) by Turner Bradbury (for Bradbury and Sons) London 1897.
Price: £110.00
5921
BRANDY wine label A small reeded wine label pierced for BRANDY London, 1803 probably by John Reilly.
Price: £110.00
3115
A rectangular Sherry label with a gadrooned border by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1828 .
Price: £105.00
5420
George IV Feather edge wine label Scotch Whiskey circa 1830 A George IV crescent-shaped wine label with feather-edged border engraved for SCOTCH WHISKEY, c. 1830 .
Price: £95.00
7270
 wine label A gadrooned wine label engraved for HOLLANDS, by Mary and Charles Reily London 1827 .
Price: £95.00
6497
 wine label A pierced humptop wine label engraved for PORT, unmarked circa 1790 .
Price: £95.00
6331z
 wine label A pierced humptop wine label engraved for PORT, unmarked circa 1790 .
Price: £95.00
6330z
 Silver mounted cork engraved for BRANDY A silver-mounted cork engraved for BRANDY, unmarked (tests as silver) circa 1800 .
Price: £95.00
6005
 wine label An unusually small wine label engraved for SHERRY, by William Summers London 1866.
Price: £95.00
5335
 wine label A gadrooned wine label pierced for SHERRY, by William Hunter London 1840.
Price: £95.00
4981
 wine label An oval wine label with reeded border engraved for SHERRY, London 1805 by WP with heart between (Grimwade 3895, attributed to William Purse by Charles Jackson).
Price: £95.00
4964z
George III ceramic wine label Gin circa 1790 A George III ceramic label for Rum, circa 1790 .
Price: £85.00
6946
A George III ceramic wine label for Sherry circa 1790 An unusual George III ceramic label for SHERRY, circa 1790 .
Price: £85.00
6945
George III ceramic wine label for Gin circa 1790 An unusual George III ceramic label for Gin, circa 1790 .
Price: £85.00
6947
 wine label pierced for PORT A vine-leaf wine label pierced for PORT, by George Unite Birmingham 1835.
Price: £85.00
4911
B wine label A single-letter plain 'B' winelabel London 1838 by William King or William Knight II.
Price: £80.00
9343
A single-letter plain 'S' winelabel London 1838 by William King or William Knight II.
Price: £75.00
9342
Plated P wine label A silver PLATED wine label in the form of a gothic letter P (for PORT), circa 1860 .
Price: £70.00
6508
PORT wine label A thread-edged wine label pierced for PORT, by Rawlings and Summers London circa 1830 .
Price: £65.00
5890
CLARET wine label A thread-edged wine label engraved for CLARET, by Charles Rawlings London 1825 .
Price: £65.00
5891