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A Warning Carriers Notice, number 11765 describing lost bank notes .
Price: £110.00
                                                                                                        This notice was delivered to the goldsmiths on one of the two lists (hence Single) held at Goldsmiths' Hall in London on 26th July 1729 by John Ray who was employed by the Goldsmiths' Company as a Warning Carrier.

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A Warning Carriers Notice, number 11669 describing a lost ring containing 23 diamonds .
Price: £110.00

                                                                                                        This notice was delivered to all of the goldsmiths, retailers and pawnbrokers on the two lists (hence double) held at Goldsmiths' Hall in London on 17th June 1728 by Thomas Wright who was employed by the Goldsmiths' Company as a Warning Carrier.

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A Warning Carriers Notice, number 11584 describing a lost Gold watch .
Price: £85.00
                                                                                                        This notice was delivered on 17th August 1727 by a Warning Carrier who was employed by the Goldsmiths' Company.

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A ceramic side plate, by Copeland & Sons circa 1870, painted with the arms of the Goldsmiths' Company of London .
Price: £75.00
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A chromolithograph of the 'Silver Vase & Tazzas by Mr. Hancock, London' exhibited at the International Exhibition in London in 1862, published in 1862 by Day & Son, Lithographers to the Queen..
Price: £35.00

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An engraving of 'The Interior of the Lowther Arcade' showing the premises of [Daniel] Harrison, Jeweller and Silversmith, circa 1860.
Price: £20.00

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An engraving of 'Goldsmith's Hall, Foster Lane, Cheapside, London' (this monumental building was completed in 1835 and still houses the London Assay Office), circa 1840.
Price: £15.00

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