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Lot 0039
Yongzheng, c. 1723, arms of Booth impaling Irwin of Drum, 9"
The Booth family of Cheshire were ardent loyalists during the Civil War, and at the Restoration, Sir George Booth was created Baron Delamere. His son was one of the three noblemen who advised King James II to flee the country.
See: Howard, vol. I, pg. 193
From a Cambridge, MA home, descended through the family of Sarah Tod (Mrs. Jonathan) Bulkley.

Condition

One has rim chip, larger at reverse, plus three other tiny spots of rim roughage; spots of stacking wear on innermost band of well. The other has tiny rim chip, tiny chip to reverse rim, and minor spots of stacking wear on innermost band of well.

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PAIR OF 18TH C. CHINESE EXPORT ARMORIAL PLATES

Estimate $800 - $1,200May 20, 2018