William IV Silver Salver. of circular form with a raised border detailed with leaves and scrolls. The salver is raised on three bracket feet and features engraved detail surrounding a central inscription. The faded inscription relates to a Reverend Foster of Weeford and Hints Parish, in Staffordshire.
Hallmarked for London 1836 by William Brown.
In very good condition, free of dents, creases and splits. There is a slight hazing to the silver just under the inscription, as shown in the photo.
Approximate weight is 688 grams or 22.1 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions are 27 cm diameter and 3 cm height.
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