A fine large serving spoon from Holland made for export in about 1935. Windmill spins. Nice twisted barley handle stem and cherubs. Well hallmarked for content and origin.
Hallmarks: sword for small items of 83% silver purity, Minerva head with assay office E, lion passant in cartouche with number 2 and export mark, Holland, N2 with symbol. Dimensions 8.75" and 63.8 grams.
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Een mooie grote portie lepel uit Nederland gemaakt voor de export in ongeveer 1935. Windmolen draait. Mooi gedraaide gerst handvat steel en engeltjes. Nou hallmarked voor de inhoud en herkomst.
Keurmerken: zwaard voor kleine voorwerpen van 83% zilver zuiverheid, Minerva hoofd met waarborginstelling E, leeuw passant in cartouche met nummer 2 en export merk, Holland, N2 met symbool. Afmetingen 8,75 "en 63,8 g
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