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by Richard H. Mayne
Channel Islands Silver book. This is a greatly enlarged and totally revised version of Mayne's initial book on old Channel Islands Silver
Channel Islands Silver book. This is a greatly enlarged and totally revised version of Mayne's initial book on old Channel Islands Silver.
Large amounts of Channel Islands silver are unmarked in the presumption that there was no reason to mark pieces . Old Channel Islands Silver, its Makers and Marks by Richard H. Mayne, Print Holding & Investments Ltd, Jersey, 1969.
The London Goldsmiths' Company had no jurisdiction in the Channel Islands and there being no legal standard of metal in the Channel Islands other than that enacted in Jersey in 1771, the retailer had to take personal responsibility for what he was selling.
Fascinating book dealing entirely with old silver produced in Channel Islands. One hundred eighty detailed photographs showing one of each known mark. Dark blue cloth cover, gold gilt print front and spine.
Rear-Admiral Richard Charles Mayne CB FRGS (7 July 1835 – 29 May 1892) was a Royal Navy officer and explorer, who in later life became a Conservative politician. Richard Mayne was the son of Sir Richard Mayne KCB (the first joint commissioner of the Metropolitan Police) and the grandson of Judge Edward Mayne. Both his father and grandfather were graduates of Trinity College, Dublin. Richard Mayne was educated at Eton.
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Sir Richard Mayne KCB (27 November 1796 – 26 December 1868) was a barrister and the joint first Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, the head of the London Metropolitan Police (1829–1868). With an incumbency of 39 years, he was also the longest-serving Commissioner in the force's history, as well as the youngest on his appointment. Mayne was born in Dublin, the son of Judge Edward Mayne. He gained his BA from Trinity College, Dublin in 1818 and his MA from Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1821
Illustrated in plate 61, "Old Channel Islands Silver, it's makers and marks", by Richard . ayne, 1969.
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Old Channel Islands silver by Richard H. Mayne, 1969, Print Holdings & Investments .
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