A George II Fob Seal

A George II Fob Seal, maker's mark only, 'BB', circa 1750,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


An 18th century Desk Seal.

An 18th century unmarked silver Desk Seal, with turned wood handle, circa 1730, European, the matrix with a coat-of-arms.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A 19th century Desk Seal.

An early 19th century Table Seal, with ivory turned handle,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A Victorian Seal with Sewing Necessaire.

A Victorian Seal with Sewing Necessaire, the bloodstone matrix cut with gothic initials, the case, which is chased with scrollwork and birds of paradise, contains an unmarked thimble and spool wind...    Read more

Maker: THOMAS JOHNSON, LONDON (worked from 1869)


A George III unmarked gold mounted Fob Seal

A George III gold mounted agate Fob Seal, circa 1770, the matrix cut with a coat-of-arms in a lozenge, with another coat in pretence: perhaps for a member of the family of Boyle.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


Pair of gold Fob Seals.

Sir James Archibald Hope [1785-1871]
A pair of Gold Seals, circa 1820,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


An unusual Customs Fob Seal by Hester Bateman

A George III Fob Seal, London circa 1775, Hester Bateman, the matrix with script initials and 'CUSTOMS' beneath a motto 'Justice'.    Read more

Maker: HESTER BATEMAN, LONDON (1761-1790)


Fob Seal

A silver Fob Seal, circa 1775, the matrix with an armorial within a festoon of roses.    Read more

Maker: Unknown