Very attractive sterling silver & enamel lidded agricultural trophy hallmarked Sheffield 1934 by Walker & Hall. The lid of the trophy has a finial depicting a fine & imposing silver bull, probably a Hereford. The body of this twin-handled trophy cup has an applied silver crest featuring the City of Manchester Coat of Arms picked out in multi-coloured enamel. Presented by the MARKETS COMMITTEE for the best Beast. Won by WILLIAM PARKER 1933.Weight (cup & cover): 235.5 gm. Height (to finial): 145 mm. Height (to rim): 105 mm. Diameter of rim: 60 mm. Diameter of base: 55 mm. Maker's Mark: Walker & Hall. Summary: As can be seen from the photos this is a superbly attractive sterling silver agricultural trophy from the early 1930s.