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Selection of Chinese export mother-of-pearl gaming counters and collections, armorial and non-armorial.

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Sales page 11N Early armorials



A page of early armorials including some super-rare armorial fishes. A couple of the fishes have chips to the tail but they are included as they are so hard to find




DUBOIS FISH (11N1)

Very early large fish made for CHARLES DUBOIS Treasurer of the East India Company circa 1725.


price: £ 110
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Charles Godfrey round (11N2)

Perhaps the most interesting name in counters - very early and superb counters. Circa 1725


price: £ 185
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Vintners fish (11N3)

An early counter for the Company of Vintners circa 1740.


price: £ 85
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KEKEWICH set of three (11N4)

 More incredible quality - large size superb bright m-o-p and great artwork. Made for Kekewich circa 1810


price: £ 125
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GS monogram armorial (11N5)

Brilliant quality large size counter for unidentified family. Made circa 1810.


price: £ 65
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Unidentified armorial fish (11N6)

Early armorial fish - family not yet identified. Circa 1730. Chip to tail.


price: £ 110
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SHORE counter (11N7)

Another super quaity early counter for SHORE. Circa 1750.


price: £ 60
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Early round WARD (11N8)

early round circa 1740 for WARD.


price: £ 60
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Tracey armorial counter (11N9)

Superb quality early armorial with the arms of TRACEY, made circa 1760.


price: £ 65
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Early armorial counter (11N10)

Another early armorial counter with full arms - but not as yet identified. Camellia reverse. Made circa 1760.


price: £ 60
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Davies armorial counter (11N11)

Super armorial in the wavy-edge style circa 1770 made with the crest of Davies - a bear's gamb (paw) holding a star.


price: £ 55
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STEWART armorial fish (11N12)

Very interesting armorial fish - the Stewarts had numerous sets of counters made over the years and this is from one of the early ones in around 1770. It shows the crest of the Stewarts - a pelican ...


price: £ 85
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Small counter with crest(11N13)

Smaller size than the rest on this page  ( 29 mm 1 1/8 inches diameter) this has a crest of an armoured arm holding a  spear. Whispy flower reverse.


price: £ 50
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Early armorial counter - full arms & crest (11N14)

Super early armorial counter made circa 1750. Full arms  - unusual in having a crab! and crest of a lion rampant holding a sword. Family unidentified.


price: £ 70
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