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A set of six Victorian silver mounted horn beakers by Lewis James Purdie and Henry James Purdie, marked London 1873, each applied with a shield shaped cartouche engraved with crest and the motto, TENAX IN FIDE, in a fitted leather carrying case stamped Elkington & Co.
Tenax in Fide or Steadfast in Faith is the family motto for the Abel Smith family of Woodhall Park, Hertfordshire.
The house and estate was bought by Samuel Smith, a banker from Nottingham, in 1801. Four successive generations of the family were Members of Parliament and each occupied the house at Woodhall until 1930. Following the death of the fourth, Colonel Abel Henry Smith, the contents of the house were dispersed and it became a school in 1934.
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