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A collection of five ware barrel form spirit decanters
A collection of five ware barrel form spirit decanters, comprising: a pair for 'Gin' and 'Whisky'; one inscribed 'Cordial'; one decorated fruit; and one inscribed 'Sherry', converted to be an electric table lamp, complete with shade.
Low estimate: 60 GBP Show bid
Eight Royal Worcester birds
Low estimate: 50 GBP Show bid
Classical Tibetan helmet, including neck protection - Tibet - ca. 1900
A beautiful, large iron Tibetan helmet, dating to ca. 1900. The Tibetan helmet has a classical design with visor, strong ribs, plume holder and neck protection. On top of the helmet, you can see a plume holder with wide knob on the middle and end. The helmet has eleven ribs that have been tightly riveted with nails. The helmet comes with the original neck protection. The neck protection is strung together with a rope, some parts are loose and some parts are slightly damaged. Otherwise, the helmet is in good condition. The helmet has a height of 45 cm (without holder). The helmet is sold together with the wooden stand. Will be packaged with care and sent insured via PostNL. In case you win multiple lots, you will only have to pay postage once. Also available for pick-up in Amsterdam.
Low estimate: 230 GBP Show bid
OMEGA - Gentlemens wrist watch - 1960s
Up for auction is this nice Omega wrist watch from the 1960s. The movement is calibre 268 manual wind, it turns really well and has serial number 19195182. The dial is signed Omega and in very good condition. It also has a small seconds hand. The watch case has a 34 mm diameter excluding crown, the strap is made of leather and measures approx. 20 cm in length. The case and back plate are made of stainless steel and the glass is acrylic. The watch is in excellent condition with minimal signs of wear. The watchs reference number is 2900-1. The movement runs on time. The original packaging and documents are not available. Insured delivery.
Low estimate: 350 GBP Show bid
Johnnie Walker Blue Label Year of Monkey Set of 4 bottles+ Cyrstal Glass Display Base
To celebrate Chinese New Year 2016, Johnnie Walker – the most widely distributed brand of blended Scotch whisky in the world – will add the “Year of the Monkey” limited edition to its Blue Label family, offering a perfect gift for business travellers to pick up on the go. The new bottle design features Chinese calligraphy with blue brushstrokes and golden hints and monkey king Sun Wukong in The Journey to The West, one of the four great classical novels of Chinese literature. When placing four uniquely white porcelain bottles side by side, the canvas unfolds to a stunningly beautiful visage, depicting monkeys leaping into the New Year with joy and a daring spirit. “Johnnie Walker Blue Label Year of Monkey special release truly marries the best of Chinese ceramic art with the very finest blend of Scotch whisky,” says marketing director of Diageo Brands Drew Mills. “This classic combination introduces unrivalled creative elements to the global whisky market, and I’m confident it will quickly become the premier choice for discerning collectors.” 46% ABV 750ml*4 Display base made of crystal glass
Low estimate: 690 GBP Show bid
Scottish Sterling Presentation Cup
Scottish, 1801. A sterling silver presentation cup by Walter & Patrick Cunningham of Edinburgh, having an applied, stepped foot and stamped decoration, inscription reading ; ht. 8 in., silver wt. 13.730ozt (427g). Presented / To / Their First Lieutenant / William McMillan Esq. / By / The Newton Douglas / Volunteers / as a Mark of the Esteem / they bear to him / as an Officer / 1802
Low estimate: 210 GBP Show bid
WALL MIRROR, Venetian style with etched black border, bevelled plates and stylised crest, 210cm H x 123cm.
Low estimate: 900 GBP Show bid
14KT JADE PEARL AND RUBY PIN
Weight- 10.3 grams
Low estimate: 270 GBP Show bid
BRASS AND STEEL PEDESTAL
With circular marble top raised on three supports ending in hoof feet. Height 39 3/4". Diameter 11 3/4". (300/400)
CK Toys (Kuramochi) Japan tinplate, clockwork drive 1930's 4-door saloon, unusual colour, 20cm long,
Low estimate: 200 GBP Show bid
European Flintlock Blunderbuss
Large Bore, 17" flared barrel, checkered walnut stock, Iron mounts, two tin an pewter bands.
Low estimate: 480 GBP Show bid
1955 Parilla 175 Bialbero, ex works
Giovanni Parrilla built his first motorcycle in 1946, dropping his surname’s second ‘r’ to call the machine a Parilla. Parrilla ran a business on the outskirts of Milan repairing diesel injector pumps and was also a distributor for Bosch spark plugs. Although influenced by the Manx Norton, the first Parilla motorcycle – a 250cc OHC single-cylinder racer – was a more modern design with unit construction and geared primary drive. Production of road and race Parillas began in 1947 and later that year a twin-cam Bialbero racer appeared. The second generation of ‘high cam’ Parillas debuted at the 1952 Milan Show. One was the Fox, a 175cc single in Turismo and Competizione versions. It had a chain-driven camshaft mounted on the side of the cylinder head, with short pushrods operating the valves. Parilla’s production racer was also pretty fast – one was clocked at over 96mph. Not surprisingly the ‘high-cam’ 175 proved extremely successful on the racetrack, particularly in the USA, and 200cc and 250cc versions followed. The matching numbers machine offered here is an ex works 175 Bialbero racer – one which was never offered for sale to privateer riders. It’s believed that just 12 were built, primarily for the long-distance Moto Giro Italia road race and the Italian 175 Championship. It features gear-driven double overhead camshafts, a large capacity racing tank and Oldani brakes. It was fully restored three years ago and a prettier period race bike would be very hard to find.
Low estimate: 65 000 GBP Show bid
Vladimir Nikolaevich Pchelin, Still life, oil on canvas
Low estimate: 1 400 GBP Show bid
A Pair of French Nickel-Plated Aluminum and Copper Helmet Lamps, circa 1935 11 inches high x 8 inches wide (27.9 x 20.3 cm)... (Total: 2 Items)
A Pair of French Nickel-Plated Aluminum and Copper Helmet Lamps, circa 193511 inches high x 8 inches wide (27.9 x 20.3 cm)PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF ALAN MOSS, NEW YORK
Low estimate: 550 GBP Show bid
An Edward VII silver punch bowl
An Edward VII silver punch bowl, London 1909 by Daniel & John Welby 21ozt.
Low estimate: 120 GBP Show bid
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Low estimate: 1 400 GBP
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