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A fine and rare George III silver Wine Label of cut-cornered rectangular form with pierced bright-cut engraved hoop and trefoil border, incised for Frontignan ( a misspelling of Frontiniac).

By Phipps & Robinson, London, c1795

Provenance: The Harvey's Wine Museum Sale, sold by Bonhams on the 1st October 2003. Lot 492.

Frontiniac is a sweet muscadine wine made in Frontignac, France


H 36 mm (1.42 inches), W 49 mm (1.93 inches)


8.70 Grams (0.28 troy ounces)

Condition report

In good condition with no damage or repair

Stock number

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