Lot 1042

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A relic typical of Goring's extravagant lifestyle, a sterling silver shoehorn and button hook, 9" and 8" long respectively, the pair set into a fitted red velvet case with puch-button latch, the top bearing the eagle and swastike device, with two batons signifying Goring's rank. The handles of each implement bear beaded borders with Goring's family crest engraved thereon. Each also bears two hallmarks, one reading "800" indicating that the item is sterling, the other indistinguishable. From the noted Lattimer Collection, and appearing in

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May 14, 2009 10:00 AM EDT
Stamford, CT, US

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