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FAMILY CREST:
WYMAN, WEYMAN, WYEMAN, WAYMAN

A fighting cock complete with spurs stood on a sheaf of wheat.

The crest is on a Victorian silver plate sugar sifter spoon marked with the maker's mark of Gilbert, a firm established in Birmingham in the late Georgian period, however this piece dates to c1860.

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family crest: WYMAN, WEYMAN, WYEMAN, WAYMAN silver plate sugar sifter spoon marked with the maker's mark of Gilbert silver plate sugar sifter spoon marked with the maker's mark of Gilbert
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