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Again an influence swept over the Continent and hlter into England which completely changed exist· ing forms of domestic art. \t Herculaneum had awakened ~In interest in classical form throughout Europe. \vellers bought all sorts of objects found in the ruins lind shipped them to Englnnd to adorn their homes. Illustrated books on Greek and Roman art began to appear. Des igners in England became acquainted with ciassiclil form s and adapted them to modern needs. Of course. the great ex· Typi ca l P ieces of Georgian Table Silver T luu ' urn (u~IO ' I .
Since thesl' in London often ga'·c them piecl'S Ix,gin. )th Century. 39 , How to Read English Ha ll Marks By Alice H. Coutant the Roman s left Britain. ; for several centuri es. Coins were of all shapes and sizes. Quality and weight of silver varied greatly and the practice of clipping coins, although punishable by death, was common. ; the middle of the 13th Century, a number of North German merchants came to England and formed a guild in London. They made their own co ins which soon became notable for honesty of weight and fine quality.
Epergne or Candelabrum -u 1)leasure:' a t fort y- fiv e pounds sterling. l\ laclure a nd l\ lacdonald of G lasgow lithographed several plates in this same catalogue which, in ad di tion to th e lith6g raph p latcs, contains forty-six engraved plat~. With th e exception of the lithographed plates above noted, all found bou nd in one catalogue, all lhe cata logue pages noted arc cngravcd, and arc plate printed. i\ 1r. Bradbu ry mentions one commentator who has sa id that the Sheffield pla te makers ~ pcnt as high as fmm te ll to twent y pouml'i per page for cata logue engraving.
A Treasury of Old Silver by KURT M. SEMON