An extremely rare pair of George IV silver Spectacles made in London in 1825 by Edmund Taylor.
An extremely rare pair of George IV silver Spectacles made in London in 1825 by Edmund Taylor.
An extremely rare pair of George IV silver Spectacles made in London in 1825 by Edmund Taylor.
An extremely rare pair of George IV silver Spectacles made in London in 1825 by Edmund Taylor.
An extremely rare pair of George IV silver Spectacles made in London in 1825 by Edmund Taylor.
An extremely rare pair of George IV silver Spectacles made in London in 1825 by Edmund Taylor.

An extremely rare pair of George IV silver Spectacles made in London in 1825 by Edmund Taylor.

1825 London

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£595 gbp
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The spectacles are of typical form with unusual extendable arms. This rare pair are in excellent condition and still possess their original lenses. The spectacles are very well marked and are engraved with the incuse maker's mark ET, for the small worker and spectacle maker, Edmund Taylor.

Length, lens to lens: 3.75 inches, 9.38cm.
Length of arm, extended: 6.1 inches, 15.25cm.
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