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PAUL STORR (1771-1844)

Wine label (part of The Grand Service)


RCIN 51094

A set of silver-gilt wine labels, each cast as a crowned lion standing on a rectangular pierced plaque, fitted with a chain, which loops through the tail of the lion.

The labels were bought by George IV when Prince Regent, from Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, in June 1811, for £108. One label is a replacement, marked by James Garrard, 1889/90.

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