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Spoon Hallmarked London 1462 For Sale

Friday, June 30, 2017

On our sister website, we are offering an extremely important 15th century silver spoon with hallmarks for London 1462. The spoon has possibly the earliest date letter on any piece of English silver to exist, probably the earliest recorded example of a maker's mark on a spoon and as far as we can ascertain the earliest English slip top spoon to exist
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Antique Silver

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Despite the bear market for bullion silver, the antique market continues to thrive for competitively priced goods. Our antique silver website shows a good range of our current stock of canteens, Georgian silver and collectables, here is a quick link to copy and paste in to your address bar:
We look forward to hearing from you.

UKSE stock at 50p/gm

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

As the price of silver as a metal falls, so the opportunity for buying fine quality antique silver at lower prices opens up.

Our huge range of silver stock tracks the prevalent metal price and we are now offering our range of commercial silver to trade buyers from 50p/gm (£15.50/oz).

Our stock includes all manner of saleable goods in shop ready condition. The current low prices means that many of these goods are now available at their lowest prices for almost 3 years.

We welcome all trade enquiries.

Gold Sovereigns for sale

Thursday, May 23, 2013

We have plenty of gold sovereigns in stock. Today's prices:
£245 per sovereign for 4 or less
£235 per sovereign for 5 to 9
£230 per sovereign for 10 or more.
Prices include postage.

Mugs, Cups and Tankards

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Tankards have hinged covers and we currently have a trio of quart sized tankards for sale (holding 2 pints): two are Georgian period and one is early 20thC. The photo also shows a selection from our large stock of pint mugs (15 in stock), ½ pint mugs (7 in stock) and child mugs/cups (18 in stock). The earliest mug is hallmarked 1724 and they date right up until the 1980’s. The 20th century examples are all priced according to their weight.