Gibson medicine spoon 1909 silver map reader

Liverpool Racecourse numbered token Liverpool Racecourse numbered token back above left: Designed in 1827 by Charles Gibson, a pewter 'Gibson Spoon' shown with hinged cover open. These were designed to prevent spillage when administering medicine to 'difficult' patients.
Price: 110

above right: A combined map measurer and compass in its original case and calibrated in different scales on front and reverse. Hallmarked silver, London 1909, maker JCV.
Price: 950

left: front and back views of a token for Liverpool Racecourse, Token No' 131, dating from the second half of the 19th. Century, allowing the holder free entry to the course. A collector's item.
Price: 600


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