Phillipp Dunn

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Dufftown Glenlivet Bottle and Case
1 Litre (Empty) c 1980
Ref 10162
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Leather cased 
glass Hip Flask with plated cup !9th Century
Replacement screw top
Delft Hieneken Beer Mug
Marked -Hand painted. Made in Holland 1979
135mm h  85mm diameter wt 300
ref 10020 $35
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Set of 4 Anchor Beer Glasses A$20

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Bombay Sapphire Table Lamp

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Pair of Wooden Goblets


ceramic tankard with clear glass bottom
150mmHigh  90mm diameter weight 800gms
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Solbrew 375ml bottle
From Honiara Solomons Islands
225mmh wt 300gms
Ref 10042  $6
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Adnams Suffolk Strong Ale 440ml Can
From Southwold Suffolk England
150mm high 50 grams
Ref 10043  $6
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Sparklet Soda Siphon c 1960
Includes cylinder holder and plastic base
300mm tall 1kg packed




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Dewars Folding Corkscrew 70mm Long. Rare
The brand it advertises, Old Highland Whisky, was sold from approximately
the 1890s until round about the 1920s (I will attach a document which tells
you more about this).  I don't know how many of these cork screws were
issued, but I do regularly get enquiries about them so quite a few people
out there seem to have kept them!  There is a Royal coat of arms on the
cork screw which does help to date the item.  We obtained our first Royal
Warrant from Queen Victoria in 1893, therefore the corkscrew must date from
that period onwards.  The company introduced spring caps for its whisky
bottles round about 1927 / 1928 to replace corks, therefore presumably this
item was used before then.  They also feature in a POS catalogue we have in
the archive that dates to around 1912.
Ours  was  valued  back in 1999 at 200 (two hundred pounds sterling).  The
value would of course depend on the condition of the item.
See Email etc from  Dewars


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Boag's Tin Beer Tray

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Carlton Draught
Tin Tray

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Carlton Midstrength
Tin Tray