The flower extends to the blind side.
Marking of the iron. See three strikes and a V, marked faintly
on the wedge
so they can be reunited after being returned from the
John Moseley was a prolific London maker and crisp examples
are easily found. As always, the quality is top notch!
The flower is popped by the wax and resins and note, the iron
matching mark of three III. On the wedge is a feint number 3 in
pencil. This is a fine old Hildick iron from the early 19th
This centre bead is the best of the bunch. See how the boxing
sits on either side of the bead itself. Something I have never seen