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NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile.
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NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile. NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile. NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile. NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile. NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile. NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile. NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile. NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile. NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile.

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NELSON: Highly important and historic George III armorial silver entree dish and cover presented to Admiral Lord Nelson by Lloyd's Coffee House after the battle of the Nile.

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YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1800
ORIGIN: London, England
MAKER: Paul Storr, 1771-1844
WEIGHT: 56.79 troy ounces (62.30 ounces or 1,766.30 grams)
ENGRAVINGS: Full details on the history of the dish are available at our blog(see below)
STOCK CODE: APGIRD

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Item Description

a magnificent silver entree dish and cover, rectangular with gadroon edges, the domed cover engraved with a presentation inscription from Lloyds Coffee House on one side and Nelson's coat of arms on the other; with removable finial designed as the Chelengk crest of Admiral Lord Nelson. The dish cover additionally engraved inside with the crests of Admiral Lord Nelson.
Cover and dish numbered No. 2 (of original set of four)
Finial height: 75mm / 3"
Overall height: 150mm / 5 7/8"
Dish length: 310mm / 12 1/4"
Dish width: 220mm / 8 5/8"


History

Admiral Lord Nelson (1758-1805)
Susannah Bolton, his sister.
Thence by direct descent to the present owners.

Inscription reads:

Lloyd's 1800. Presented by the Committee, for managing a Subscription made for the Wounded and Relatives of the Killed at the Battle of the Nile, To Vice Admiral Lord Nelson and Duke of Bronti (sic), K.B., &c, &c, &c, who was there wounded, As a testimony of the sense they entertain of his Brilliant Services on the first of August, 1798, when a British Fleet under his Command obtained a most decisive victory over a Superior French Force. J. J. Angerstein, Chairman


OFFERED BY: Heraldic Silver Ltd
By appointment only, 22 Endell Street,, London,, WC2H 9AD, United Kingdom View map

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