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maxrebo




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Posted: 15/03/2008 
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I have this silver (plated?) goblet and wanted some further information on it if possible. I think it is made by Walker & Hall. On the underside of the base it has 'W&H' in a flag, a 'W' in a box shaped like an arrow, and 'A1'. There is also the number 61 stamped on the edge of the underside.

It is 3.5" tall, 3" wide at the top and 2.25" wide at the base and weighs 8lb. It has the initials 'LI' engraved on the outside edge of the cup. It is a bit battered and could do with a good polish.

I would appreciate any information you could give me on this item including if it is worth anything please.

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Jonathan Franks
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Joined: 12 Sep 2006
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Location: London

Posted: 20/03/2008 
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It is silverplate, made by Walker & Hall. I'm afraid that it is of no real value.
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