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A very rare set of three early George III 'One Go' wine labels made most probably in London circa 1770.

£ 650

The three labels are of an unusual small size and are unmarked, but most probably made in London circa 1770. They are modelled in the rare plain kidney style and are engraved for HOCK, CHAMPAGNE & MOSELLE, with fine niello filled lettering. These would have been used on the small "One Go" decanters which were taken to bed at night. To find a single One Go label is rare, however to find a set of three is extremely rare. The labels are in excellent condition.

Length: 1.45 inches, 3.63cm