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An extremely rare George IV Viscounts Toothbrush and cover made in London in 1829 by Charles Reily & George Storer.


This very rare piece, is of plain design with a tapering handle engraved with a Viscounts Coronet. The end displays its original brush, held in place by an ivory section. This piece also, unusually, has its original perforated silver cover which can be removed and which is also engraved with a Viscounts Coronet. Silver Toothbrushes would have been a rare luxury at this date and would have been used by the upper strata of society. This piece is very well marked and is in excellent condition.

Length: 4.95 inches, 12.38cm