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1FRONTISPIECE OF A New Touchstone for Gold and Silver Wares, by WB, LONDON, 1679EMBOSSED CAUDLE CUP
by John Coney
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2 MASSACHUSETTS COINAGE, 1652- 1663, by John Hull and Robert Sanderson STANDING CUP, 1701, by Jeremiah Dummer9
2SPOONS, 1650-1850STANDING SALT by Jeremiah Dummer10
3STANDING CUP, 1674, by John Hull and Robert SandersonSUGAR CASTER by Peter van Dyck10
3TANKARD by Robert SandersonMUSTARD POT by Peter van Dyck10
4COVERED CAUDLE CUP, 1679, by John ConeyTANKARD AND THE WENDELL ARMS by Peter van Dyck11
4DETAIL FROM ENGRAVED PLATE by John ConeyTWO-HANDLED COVERED CUP, 1701, by John Coney12
5PUNCH BOWL, 1692, by Jeremiah DummerMONTEITH AND THE COLMAN ARMS by John Coney13
6CANDLESTICK, 1686, by Jeremiah DummerSUGAR Box by Edward Winslow14
6BEAKER, 1685, by Cornelis van der BurchCHOCOLATE POT by Edward Winslow15
7COVERED CAUDLE CUP by Gerrit OnckelbagTEAPOT by Jacob Boelen16
8PUNCH BOWL by Bartholomew LeRouxTEAPOT by Peter van Dyck16
SUGAR CASTER by Simeon Soumain17
MADDOX ARMS by Philip Syng Jr.17
CHAFING DISH by John Coney17

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