Item 001/112 - Eton Fives Trophy

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GB 2014 WS-04-TRO-001/112


Eton Fives Trophy


  • 1929 (Creation)

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1 Trophy

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Silversmiths. Founded by Charles Boyton in 1827. Became Charles Boyton & Son Son 1894, then Charles Boyton & Son Ltd in 1919-1933. A new company was created called Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, which was active between 1936-1977. Charles Boyton (III), grandson of the founder, left that company and practiced as Charles Boyton (III) between 1934 and 1948.

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Trophy with handles and a plastic plinth. Inscription: 'The Tristam Jones-Parry Trophy Westminster School Eton Fives'.

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  • Height: 17.5cm Weight: 520 grammes
  • Silver

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GB 2014

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  • English


  • Latin


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