HERALDRY IN SILVERWARE
A crest used by Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Durham, Lancashire and Leicestershire families.
The crest description is "a mower, with scythe, vested".
The crest was found on cutlery hallmarked Dublin, maker Samuel Neville and London 1815, maker WE into a rectangle (possibly William Eaton, entered 1813)
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