Three Guernsey type pewter flagons, the largest 30.5cm (12") high, touch mark for A. Carter & S.M. London spelt correctly, another 22cm (9") high, A Carter mark & S.M. London spelt correctly, another 18.25cm (7.25"), A. Carter touch mark and S.M. London with Ns reversed, each with flat scroll handle and acorn thumbpiece Literature: Stanley C. Woolmer, Pewter of the Channel Islands, page 106 provides an explanation of marks
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