Silver salver, London Midland & Scottish Railway

Made:
1935 in Sheffield
maker:
Mappin & Webb

Salver, silver, presented to Sir Thomas Williams who entered the service of the Monmouthshire Railway in 1869 and retired from the Board of the London Midland & Scottish Railway in 1939, signed by the LMS Board. Subsequently donated to General Manager's Euston Mess by Tudor Howard Williams (grandson of Sir Thomas). By Mappin & Webb, Sheffield hallmark for 1938.

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Details

Category:
Miscellanea & Curiosities
Object Number:
2002-8155
type:
salver
credit:
BRB (Residuary) Ltd
status:
Permanent collection

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