Lot 465 of 629:
Six silver buttons, made by Levi & Salaman  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$270
$200 - $300

Set of six silver buttons



Levi & Salaman

Early 1900's


Six silver buttons, each with four golf clubs and two balls. Housed in custom made case, with suede lining. Diameter 3.3 cm or 1¼". Weighs 40 grams. 

Decorative silver buttons made by the British Levi & Salaman. The company was founded in 1870 by Phineas Harris Levi in partnership with Joseph Wolff Salaman. Proprietors from 1878 of Potosi Silver Co, the firm became Levi & Salaman Ltd in 1910.

Lot Amendments

Some wear and scratches to box, silver a bit tarnished; very good or better.

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