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A rare Dutch silver bodebus Mark of Jan van Giffen, Groningen, circa 1771, struck with maker's mark only and with later Paris and Dutch duty marks Embossed with a sailing vessel surrounded by a border of C-scrolls and rocaille ornament and engraved Sije Ebbens, Tijdse Pieters en Harm Bol als Olderlue Van de Niewe Taxsatie Gilde in Veendam 1771, all surmounted by a crown, suspended on three chains, marked on front and hook of chain 14.6 cm. long 144 gr.

A Dutch silver tankard and cover Mark of Jacques Pars, Appingedam, circa 1691, struck twice with maker's mark only On spreading foot, the cylindrical sides contemporarily engraved with a coat of arms and inscribed De Hoogh Edele en Eerentfeste H. Heeren Gerechtight tot het Slijtboeck van Leermens 1691 den 2 Apr:, the cover engraved with the figure of Justice, applied with scroll handle and twisted thumbpiece, marked on base 12.3 cm. high 302 gr.

A Dutch silver beaker, 'Dobbelbeker' Mark of Jan Draper, Groningen, 1636/37 Of tapering form, on a circular foot with a corded band, the upper part engraved with strapwork, flowers and drapery, inscribed 1637, the reverse base openworked and containing a dice, marked on rim 11.7 cm. high 146 gr.

A DUTCH SILVER BEAKER MARK OF HENDRICK VAN LAER, GRONINGEN, 1651-52 Tapering cylindrical, the sides engraved with foliage scrolls and ribbon-tied fruiting swags, further engraved 'Imme Alberts' and dated '1650', applied above the spreading foot with foliage band, marked underneath 5¼ in. (13.5 cm.) high 6 oz. (187 gr.)