Date letter, old English G: 1907. Silversmiths mark: (partly rubbed) Martin, Hall & Co.
Fully hallmarked to both the main body and cup. The flask is in absolutely superb condition which is very rare for an antique piece of this age. (There are very light friction marks where the cup pulls on and off as is the case with all flasks of this design - these are unusually light and visible only with the cup removed - pics 5, 6, 7). The cup has not lost its shape and the lid turns and locks perfectly. The lid has been fitted with a new internal cork and the flask is fully water-tight.There are no engravings and no erasures (removal of previous engravings). There are no dents and no repairs. This is a very beautiful flask is exceptional condition. The item "SUPERB ANTIQUE SOLID STERLING SILVER HIP FLASK with CUP CHESTER 1907 105g" is in sale since Friday, November 12, 2021.
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