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The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 12726
Date: [24 July 1888][1]
Author: Charles James Whistler Hanson[2]
Place: [London]
Recipient: [none]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler NB 5/1
Document Type: MsD


One (1) Dutch salt spoon.
Four (4) Toddy Long Dutch spoons (May 19 '88
Six (6) George III Forks (heavy) (May 19 '88
June 28th[3] 1888.
One (1) Cream Jug small like first
One (1) stand for liquers [sic].
June 30th 1888
Six (6) x Baskets small fruit
One (1) x Fish knife
One (1) x Nutmeg grater
July 2. 1888
Three (3) Baskets small fruit [drawing of basket]
One (1) Sheffield plate Bread Basket
One (1) smaller ditto
July 6
One (1) x Sheffield plate Fruit Basket
Harvey & Gore)
One (1) Dutch strawberry basket}
Twelve (12) small dessert forks}
One (1) Asparagus tongs} Dicker
One (1) small strawberry basket}

[p. 2] 'vide[4] bill. { (July 16.) 1888.)' } Harvey & Gore 5-15-0
{ " } 2-12-6 together = 8-0-0
Dicker
Dicker
Dicker
Dicker



June 6 /88 Harvey & Gore £4-15-0
May 29: 88. Harvey & Gore £5-10-0

Dicker
July 24. Lambert

[p. 3] Six (6) old English Silver with pattern on
back
(mills)
Six (6) feather edge tea spoons [two ticks]
Seven (7) small with pattern [two ticks]
Five (5) small without pattern [two ticks]
Four (4) Old English tea spoons [two ticks]
Two four (4) plated salt spoons [tick]
Seven (7) x Irish table spoons [tick]
Six (6) x Irish dessert spoons [tick]
Six (6) x George III forks (large)
Six (6) x George III forks (small)
Four (4) x Dutch Column Candle sticks [tick]
Two (2) Plated candlesticks with spiral
ascending pattern. [tick]
One (1) x Chafing dish - Sheffield [tick]
One (1) Cream jug [tick]
Two (2) Salt-cellar [tick]
One (1) Cruet stand ?
One x(1) Ladle [tick]
One (1) Pepper-mill [tick]
One (1) Sugar tongs [tick]
One Two (1) Dutch salt spoons (May 19. 1888

[p. 4] May 18. Robert Dicker - £2-10-0
" Robert Dicker £4-0-0[5]




June 30. 1888. Robert Dicker £12-16-0 -
June 30. 1888. Robert Dicker £4-15-0 -
June 30. 1888. Robert Dicker £0-18-6 - -


July 2 1888 Harvey & Gore " £2-10-0


July 6 " Best shaped " - Harvey & G.[6]


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Notes:

1.  [24 July 1888]
Dated from final date on document.

2.  Charles James Whistler Hanson
Charles James Whistler Hanson (1870-1935), engineer, son of JW and Louisa Fanny Hanson [more]. This is a list of JW's silver written in Hanson's hand. It also records the payment of accounts. See also china lists, #13244, #13245.

3.  June 28th
The underlined months June and July are double underlined.

4.  vide
'vide...1888.)' written by JW in red ink. The 'x' insertions and ticks are also written in his hand.

5.   Robert Dicker £4-0-0
Robert Dicker, silversmith and jeweller was at No. 8, Vigo Street, off Regent Street. Written in red ink in Hanson's hand.

6.  July 6 Best shaped - Harvey & G.
Written in red ink in JW's hand. 'Harvey & G' (Harvey & Gore) was a firm of goldsmiths, located at No. 1, Vigo Street.