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A very important Hungarian partgilded silver beaker with coins and the coat of arms of Semsei Semsey András, Kassa (Kaschau), dated 1687. © 2010 Nagel - Auctions

Maker's mark: Gregorius Békessy II. Weight c. 1030g.84 coins from the 17th ct. H. 15,3 cm - Estimate (EUR) 38000

Note: At the bottom the coat of arms with the Royal Hungarian crown.The beaker was probably a present to András Semsey from the Hungarian Governor Pál Esterhazy (Elected Palatine in 1681 and created Prince of the Holy Roman Empire in 1687)

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A German silvergilt beaker, Augsburg, 1700 by Johann II Pepfenhauser. © 2010 Nagel - Auctions

C. 110g. - Minor restoration. H. 8 cm - Estimate (EUR) 2600

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A partgilded silver beaker, Nuremberg, c. 1690. Maker's mark: Jacob Pfaff. © 2010 Nagel - Auctions

95g. - Minor dents. H. 9,8 cm - Estimate (EUR) 1800

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A German silvergilt Baroque beaker, c. 1680. Later dated and marked at Berlin, c. "1772". © 2010 Nagel - Auctions

C. 150g. Minor restoration. H. 13 cm - Estimate (EUR) 1700

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A Silesian baroque silver beaker, Neisse, 1712. Maker's mark: Martin Vogelhund. © 2010 Nagel - Auctions

147g. - Minor dented. H. 11 cm - Estimate (EUR) 1000

Nagel - Auctions. Art & Antiques. October 6th 2010 www.auction.de