Peg tankard

an ancient tankard marked with pegs, so as divide the liquor into equal portions.

See also: Peg

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The star of the show was a Norwegian late 17th/18th century silver peg tankard, cylindrical with chased sprays, the shallow domed cover with flat centre engraved with contemporary armorials and couchant lion, claw and ball feet, later inscription and date (1927 to underside), which sold for PS8,300.