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Auction Description for Ustar: 3rd auction: Treasures, fine art and antiques
Conditions of Sale:
Auction rules

Introductory provisions
1. For the purposes of these auction rules, the auction house means the company Starozitnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd., entered in the commercial register kept in the Regional Court in Ostrava in section C, insert number 44474, place of business Denisova 306/21, 779 00 Olomouc, company identification number 28611705, tax identification number CZ28611705 (hereinafter -the auction house-), which organises auctions of works of art and antiques. Auctions organised according to these auction rules are organised in accordance with the legal standards of the Czech Republic and in accordance with international conventions in the area of art trade.
2. The auctions are not public; they are accessible only to the clients of the auction house, and to other persons with the consent of the auction house. The carrying out of the auction is announced, at the auction house's discretion in the usual way, for example on the internet at www.ustar.cz, in the auction catalogue etc.
3. These auction rules are binding for all the auction participants, and persons participating in the auction are obliged to abide by them.

Auction items
1. Items included in the auction are assigned numbers which correspond to their order in the auction; they are described and reproduced in the auction catalogue with the starting price and the estimated price. The starting prices of auction items are listed without the auction surcharge and without VAT. The prices of items listed in Euros in the catalogue are merely rounded-off amounts, for orientation purposes (exchange rate 25 CZK = 1 Euro).
2. All information about the auction items is provided to the best knowledge and awareness of the auction house experts, after consultation with experts in the relevant field, and taking into account information provided by the seller. The auction house explicitly informs auction participants that the auction includes items which have already been used, in a condition that corresponds to their time of origin and their rate of wear. In the case of works of art and antiques, only faults or damage which affects their artistic value is stated. These items may be non-functioning, restored, damaged etc., which is already reflected in the valuation of the auction item.
3. Due to the delay between the issue of the auction catalogue and the carrying out of the actual auction, the auction house reserves the right to amend information listed about the auction items published in the catalogue. These potential amendments will be announced orally by the auctioneer, immediately before the auction of the relevant auction item.
4. The bidder can physically inspect the offered items before the auction, during the pre-auction exhibition, on the dates mentioned in the auction catalogue. During the course of the exhibition, all the visitors are obliged to respect every measure taken to protect the exhibited auction items. During the course of the exhibition and the auction itself it is forbidden, without the consent of the auction house, to take photographs or audio and video recordings. In case the interested party cannot attend the pre-auction exhibition, they can view the auction items on the internet at www.ustar.cz, where they are photographed and described in detail. During the auction, the auction items are no longer exhibited. For items whose starting price exceeds 10,000 CZK, the bidders may ask the auction house to send them information about the condition of the auction item, including any additional photos. The auction house is not responsible for any colour variations in the photographed auction items.
5. Complaints regarding functionality, price, quality or the condition of the auction item, after purchase at the auction (after the hammer strike), are ruled out, and the auction house is not obliged to deal with them.
6. Items marked in the catalogue with the letters (*KP) have been declared a cultural relic by the state and are subject to the rule of law no. 20/1987 Coll., regarding the care for relics
in force by the state, as amended and set out in the implementing regulation. Auction participants will be informed by the auctioneer of this fact before the auction of the relevant item takes place. The export of all items of cultural value is subject to the rule of law 71/1994 Coll., which is in force regarding the sale and export of items of cultural value, as amended and set out in the implementing regulation. The auction house is not authorised to issue any declaration or guarantee regarding an auction item of cultural value being, or not being, subject to export restrictions.
7. The company Starozitnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd., expressly declares that it is not responsible for any damage, loss of profit or any other claim which may arise from the export or import of auction items by the bidder, seller or any other party.
8. The Auction House warns bidders that not all auction items listed in the auction catalog must be included in the auction. The auction house has the right to withdraw the item from auction sale, or may sell the item to direct buyer.

Auction participants
1. An auction participant may only be a person over 18 years old of full legal capacity, who abides by these auction rules and by the rules of proper and appropriate behaviour at auctions. Auction participants may only be clients of the company Staro-itnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd. or other persons which have been, with the consent of the auction house, registered as auction participants beforehand. Every auction participant is obliged to properly register before the start of the auction and to collect their auction number, with which they will make bids to purchase auction items. The auction house requires the payment of a refundable deposit of 1,000 CZK for the auction number. The deposit for the auction number will be returned no later than 60 minutes after the end of the auctioning of the last auction item. For registration by the bidder, the auction house is authorised to request a valid form of identification or passport or, in the case of legal entities, a current print-out from the commercial register, or other register, in which their details are entered. It must be clear, from this print-out, who can act on behalf of the legal entity.
2. Auctions carried out by the auction house are not public; the circle of participants is limited and there is no legal right to registration at the auction. The auction house may refuse the registration of an auction participant without giving a reason. A person who tried to disrupt an auction in the past, or even thwarted an earlier auction by the auction house, may not be an auction participant. Neither an original owner (i.e. the owner of an auction item) nor a person bidding on their behalf, may be an auction participant. If the auction house itself is the original owner, then this restriction is invalid.

Auction types which do not require personal participation at the auction - auction proxy bidding
1. AUCTION WITH A WRITTEN LIMIT
2. PHONE AUCTION - auction arranged in real time over the phone
3. ON-LINE AUCTION - auction in real time arranged
a) www.invaluable.com
b) www.liveauctioneers.com
c) www.en.51bidlive.com
d) www.livebid.cz

Auction is according to rules on this servers.
On the basis of a written power of attorney, it is possible to participate in the auction in absentia. The power of attorney form for registration for auction proxy bidding is available on the websitewww.ustar.cz, or at the end of the auction catalogue. The filled-in power of attorney, together with a copy of an identity card or passport, must be delivered to the auction house no later than 48 hours before the start of the auction - electronically, to e-mail address antik@ustar.cz, or physically, to postal address Starozitnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd., Ryrirska 532/9, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic. Forms received after the deadline will be accepted only if it is possible to do so; no guarantee of this is given. The auction house reserves the right to ask bidders for a bank guarantee, or a deposit of up to one half of the starting price.


AUCTION WITH A WRITTEN LIMIT
In this type of auction, the bidder must fill out, and deliver to the auction house, a written power of attorney (a registration form for auction proxy bidding) containing a clear indication of the authoriser, the representative, the catalogue number and description of the auction item, the maximum limit (the maximum sum, excluding the auction commission, which the authoriser is willing to pay for the auction item), and the date and signature of the authoriser.

PHONE AUCTION
In a phone auction, the bidder may bid for items that have a starting price of over 10,000 CZK. For registering for a phone auction, the same form as for auction proxy bidding with a written limit may be used. In the power of attorney, the bidder must clearly state the authoriser, the representative, mark the field -PHONE AUCTION-, state the language in which the phone auction will be conducted, the phone number which they will use to bid, the catalogue number and description of the auction item, and the date and signature of the authoriser.

ON-LINE AUCTION
Auction arranged on-line in real time through www.invaluable.com, www.liveauctioneers.com, www.en.51bidlive.com a www.livebid.cz. More information on this type of auction, and the conditions, can be found on this auction portals.

The auction house Starozitnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd., expressly informs the bidder that it is not liable for any non-delivery or omission of registration of the power of attorney for auction proxy bidding, for inability to get through to a telephone number, for a connection failure due to a fault in telecommunications, for continuous and uninterrupted access by the bidder to the on-line auction or the functionality of the system, particularly with regards to the fact that there are a number of external factors which the auction house has no influence over.
The company Starozitnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd., expressly declares that it is not responsible for any damage, loss of profit or any other claim which may arise that not register or not receive a written limit or another offer bidder.

The rules and course of the auction
1. The auction is conducted in Czech crowns. The auction is conducted by the auctioneer on behalf of the auction house; they announce the serial number of the item, a brief description of it, and the starting price. After the item is called out, auction participants who have an auction number can make binding offers (so-called -bids-) by the auction participant visibly raising the auction number that they hold in their hand. The auction participant is irrevocably bound by their bid; they are confirming that they have familiarised themselves properly with the auction item and with its description, and that they will purchase the item for the given sum. The auction of the item will take place as long as the auction participants make bids for it.

Bids are determined by the auctioneer as follows:
100 CZK if the immediate auction price is less than 3,000 CZK
500 CZK, if the immediate auction price is less than 10,000 CZK
1,000 CZK, if the immediate auction price is less than 20,000 CZK
2,000 CZK, if the immediate auction price is less than 50,000 CZK
5,000 CZK, if the immediate auction price is less than 100,000 CZK
10,000 CZK, if the immediate auction price is less than 500,000 CZK
50,000 CZK, if the immediate auction price is less than 1,000,000 CZK
100,000 CZK, if the immediate auction price is less than 10,000,000 CZK
200,000 CZK, if the immediate auction price is at least 10,000,000 CZK or more.

2. If there was no bid made, the auctioneer will declare the auction item as unsold. As long as the auction participants make bids, the auctioneer will count the bids from the lowest to the highest. The auction item is always sold to the highest bidder. If more than one auction participant offers the same bid, and no higher bid is made, the auctioneer will decide which one of the participants they will sell them item to; the so-called -hammer strike-. If several written limits are the same, the successful bidder will be the person who delivered the written limit to the auction house the earliest. If the auctioneer invites a higher bid and none is given, then the auctioneer repeats the last - highest - bid with the words "going once........going twice.........gone to number.......- and, with a strike of the hammer, they finish the auction. With this, a purchase contract regarding the auction item is concluded between the auction house and the auction participant who made the highest bid (hereinafter -the successful bidder-). If, during the auction, a higher bid was overlooked by mistake, or if the auctioneer makes a mistake as to an offer being or not being made, the auctioneer may withdraw from the already concluded purchase contract, and extend the auction of the item by accepting a higher bid. Any objections to the progress of the auction must be made immediately, directly in the auction room, otherwise they will not be considered. The auctioneer adresses these objections on behalf of the auction house, and their decision is final; they are addressed in the spirit of the principles of fair trade and international conventions.

The price reached during the auction, the purchase price, and the terms of payment
1. The price reached during the auction is understood to be the highest offer made by an auction participant, upon which the auctioneer conferred a hammer strike. This price cannot subsequently be reduced. The successful bidder, who won the auction by offering the highest bid, is aware of the fact that the auction house will add, to the price reached during the auction, an auction commission of 20% (Buyer´s Premium)of the price reached during the auction. Auction commission (Buyer´s Premium) for bidding on www.invaluable.com, www.liveauctioneers.com and www.en.51bidlive.com is set to 23%.
This auction commission is final and includes VAT as well as the GESTOR copyright tax. The successful bidder will pay this auction commission at the same time as the price reached during the auction.
2. Payment of the purchase price, which is understood to be payment of the price reached during the auction together with the auction commission, can be made in the following ways:
a) in cash, in Czech Crowns, for sums not exceeding 270.000,- CZK (approximately 10.000,- EUR). By prior arrangement with the auction house, the auctioned items may be paid for in cash in Euro or US dollars. For conversion, the actual exchange rate for purchasing foreign currency EUR/CZK set by the Czech national bank on the day of the auction will be used.

b) By bank transfer to the account of the company Staro-itnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd. in Raiffesenbank plc., account number 5028663001, sort code 5500, IBAN: CZ8455000000005028663001, SWIFT CODE: RZBCCZPP,

c) by MASTERCARD or VISA - in which case there will be bank charges of 3% of the total purchase price.

3. The successful bidder is obliged to pay within 10 calendar days from the end of the auction the auctioned item in its entirety, including auction commissions. All financial commitments towards the auction house must be settled with 10 days of the issue of the sales receipt, unless otherwise arranged. If the successful bidder does not pay the entire sum owed on time, then the auction house is entitled to charge a penalty of 0.05% of the total outstanding amount per day.
4. If the bidder fails to pay within 10 calendar days from the end of the auction item in its entirety, including auction commissions, will be permanently excluded from the club of bidders and after that the auction house to exact all damages and lost profits. This eliminated bidder can not attempt to re-registration under a different ID or can not ask another person to be registered for him and auctioned. Such a practice could be considered fraudulent dealings with all the legal consequences that this entails. Unpaid and uncollected items after the 10-day payment deadline, the company Antiques Gallery-USTAR can return it to the auction or to sell to other bidders or candidates and the original auction consider for absolutely failure. The resulting damages and loss of earnings in this case, the auction house estimated and will be required to reimburse the bidder, including all court costs, legal fees etc. With these conditions every bidder expressly agrees and undertakes to deliberately fully respect and accept.
If the winner bidder unpaid item to 10-day deadline, The auction House can unilaterally withdraw from the purchase agreement even without informing the bidder. The unpaid item can be sold to other client.


Gaining ownership, and transfer of the auction item
1. If the successful bidder has paid the entire agreed purchase price within the specified time limit, then they gain ownership of the auction item as soon as the payment is made. At the same time, the risk of damage, destruction, loss or accidental deterioration of the purchased item is also transferred to the successful bidder. All services provided by the auction house are considered, for tax purposes, to be the transfer of the auction item provided to the buyer (the successful bidder).
2. The auctioned items may be handed over to the successful bidder only after the payment of the entire amount owed to the auction house, which was incurred in connection with the auctioning of the auction item. The successful bidder will receive a tax receipt from the auction house and possibly also written confirmation of the gaining of ownership of the auction item.
3. The auctioned items will be transferred on the same day, on the basis of a receipt confirming payment for the auction item, at the place of auction, or subsequently in the gallery of the auction house Starozitnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd., Rytirska 532/9, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic (opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:00am to 12:30pm and 14:30pm to 18:00pm). We recommend that the client arranges the transfer of the auction item beforehand by calling 00420 603871364. The auction item may be transferred only to the successful bidder or to a person who produces a notarised power of attorney, with which the successful bidder authorised this person to collect the auction item.
4. Storage of the auctioned items is free for up to 20 days. After this time, the auction house is entitled to charge the successful bidder a storage fee of 200 CZK for each additional day and each auction item purchased. If the successful bidder fails to collect the purchased and paid-for item within 60 days of the date of auction, then the auction house Starozitnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd. is entitled to sell the auction item to another interested party, at whatever price it can be sold for. In this case, the successful bidder is not entitled to any compensation.

Sale of not purchased items in auction
Items can be purchased within 7 days after the auction. Items can be buy at a price that corresponds to the lower estimated price listed in the catalog with a 20% auction premium.


Shipping of auction items
After written agreement with the successful bidder, the auction house will send the auction item to any address in the Czech Republic specified by the successful bidder. The auction house does not arrange transport of auction items abroad. To send a subject outside the Czech Republic must buyer himself and at his own expense, provide the statutory documents required for exports of the subject outside the Czech Republic. To transport the bidder may use the services of specialized transport companies such as. SPEDIA, FedEx, UPS, DHL, etc.
Auction House recommended for foreign transport of the auctioned items Mr. Ing. Martin Chramosta (export@stodola.cz, phone number +420 602 561 120).
All costs associated with the transportation of the item shall be borne by the successful bidder. The risk of damage to the auction item is transferred to the successful bidder at the moment when the auction item is handed over to the external carrier who is providing transportation of the auction item to the location specified by the successful bidder.


Liability for damage
1. All information about the auction items is provided based on the best knowledge and awareness of the auction house experts, after consultation with experts in the relevant field. Entries in the auction catalogue are made with the aim of providing the maximal objective information for the interested party. These entries are the result of careful investigation, but the accuracy of this information cannot be guaranteed. Every auction participant should personally familiarise themselves with the condition of the auction item prior to the auction, and it is completely up to their consideration whether the auction item corresponds to the description provided. The interested party may expertly assess the item on offer in person, according to their own experience and knowledge, or they have the option of inviting an independent expert to come for an inspection.
2. Neither the auction house nor its employees assume any responsibility for an incorrect description or for the authenticity of the auction item, and they do not provide any guarantees.
3. Any claim against the auction item may be made solely and exclusively by the buyer. The successful bidder may withdraw from the purchase of the auction item if they deliver to the auction house, within 30 days of the end of the auction, a written expert opinion from a competent expert witness indicating that the auction item is a fake, a forgery or a replica and confirming that the auction item really is forged or defective. The auction item must be returned to the auction house in the condition it was in at the time of the auction. Afterwards, the auction house will return, to the succesful bidder, the entire purchase price that they had paid to the company Starozitnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd. for the auction item.
4. The successful bidder expressly agress that, if the auction house is liable to the successful bidder for damage, then this compensation for damage will be limited to a maximum of the above-mentioned paid purchase price of the auction item. The auction house is not obliged to pay for damage, loss of profit or any other claims which may arise in connection with the purchase of the auction item.
5. If the original owner of the auction item conceals a defect in the works from the auction house, or if they are not aware of a defect in the works and it is discovered only after the auction, then the full amount of the liability shall be borne by the original owner.
Final provisions
The purchase of the auction item at the auction, and the legal relationships connected with it, are subject to Czech law. The relevant court, according to the place of business of the company Starozitnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd., is authorised to solve any disputes which may arise from the auction.


The meaning of words and symbols listed in the catalogue
In the opinion of our experts, words listed in the catalogue mean the following:
signed - signed by the artist's own hand,
inscribed - probably, but not necessarily, and authentic work by the artist,
marked - may have been marked by someone else's hand,
workshop/studio - the piece was probably created in a workshop; i.e. in the immediate vicinity of the artist,
school - a piece created in the period and style similar to the artist or a regional group of artists,
circle - a piece created within a wide sphere of influence by the artist,
following - a piece create in the artist's style, but possibly at a later date,
imitator - a piece originating from the imitation or repetition of a piece, created an unknown length of time after the original piece was created.
*KP - the auction item was declared a cultural relic by the state and is subject to the rule of law no. 20/1987 Coll. in force regarding the care for state relics, as amended and set out in the implementing regulation

In Prague on 01/02/2017

Mr. Pavel Urban, agent
Mr. Zdenek Urban, agent
Auction house: Starozitnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd, company identification number: 28611705, tax identification number: CZ28611705
Place of business: Denisova 306/21, 779 00 Olomouc
Website: www.ustar.cz
e-mail: antik@ustar.cz
Shipping Terms:
After written agreement with the successful bidder, the auction house will send the auction item to any address in the Czech Republic specified by the successful bidder. The auction house does not arrange transport of auction items abroad. To send a subject outside the Czech Republic must buyer himself and at his own expense, provide the statutory documents required for exports of the subject outside the Czech Republic. To transport the bidder may use the services of specialized transport companies such as. SPEDIA, FedEx, UPS, DHL, etc.
Auction House recommended for foreign transport of the auctioned items Mr. Ing. Martin Chramosta (export@stodola.cz, phone number +420 602 561 120).
All costs associated with the transportation of the item shall be borne by the successful bidder. The risk of damage to the auction item is transferred to the successful bidder at the moment when the auction item is handed over to the external carrier who is providing transportation of the auction item to the location specified by the successful bidder.
Payment:
The price reached during the auction, the purchase price, and the terms of payment

1. The price reached during the auction is understood to be the highest offer made by an auction participant, upon which the auctioneer conferred a hammer strike. This price cannot subsequently be reduced. The successful bidder, who won the auction by offering the highest bid, is aware of the fact that the auction house will add, to the price reached during the auction, an auction commission of 20% (Buyer´s Premium)of the price reached during the auction. Auction commission (Buyer´s Premium) for bidding on www.invaluable.com, www.liveauctioneers.com and www.en.51bidlive.com is set to 23%.
This auction commission is final and includes VAT as well as the GESTOR copyright tax. The successful bidder will pay this auction commission at the same time as the price reached during the auction.

2. Payment of the purchase price, which is understood to be payment of the price reached during the auction together with the auction commission, can be made in the following ways:

a) in cash, in Czech Crowns, for sums not exceeding 270.000,- CZK (approximately 10.000,- EUR). By prior arrangement with the auction house, the auctioned items may be paid for in cash in Euro or US dollars. For conversion, the actual exchange rate for purchasing foreign currency EUR/CZK set by the Czech national bank on the day of the auction will be used.

b) By bank transfer to the account of the company Staro-itnosti-Galerie USTAR Ltd. in Raiffesenbank plc., account number 5028663001, sort code 5500, IBAN: CZ8455000000005028663001, SWIFT CODE: RZBCCZPP,

c) by MASTERCARD or VISA - in which case there will be bank charges of 3% of the total purchase price.

3. The successful bidder is obliged to pay within 10 calendar days from the end of the auction the auctioned item in its entirety, including auction commissions. All financial commitments towards the auction house must be settled with 10 days of the issue of the sales receipt, unless otherwise arranged. If the successful bidder does not pay the entire sum owed on time, then the auction house is entitled to charge a penalty of 0.05% of the total outstanding amount per day.

4. If the bidder fails to pay within 10 calendar days from the end of the auction item in its entirety, including auction commissions, will be permanently excluded from the club of bidders and after that the auction house to exact all damages and lost profits. This eliminated bidder can not attempt to re-registration under a different ID or can not ask another person to be registered for him and auctioned. Such a practice could be considered fraudulent dealings with all the legal consequences that this entails. Unpaid and uncollected items after the 10-day payment deadline, the company Antiques Gallery-USTAR can return it to the auction or to sell to other bidders or candidates and the original auction consider for absolutely failure. The resulting damages and loss of earnings in this case, the auction house estimated and will be required to reimburse the bidder, including all court costs, legal fees etc. With these conditions every bidder expressly agrees and undertakes to deliberately fully respect and accept.
If the winner bidder unpaid item to 10-day deadline, The auction House can unilaterally withdraw from the purchase agreement even without informing the bidder. The unpaid item can be sold to other client.

3rd auction: Treasures, fine art and antiques (85 Lots)

by Galerie Ustar

March 26, 2017, 4:00 AM CET

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Prague, Prague, Czech Republic

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Goldscheider Ceramic Figure – Josef Lorenzl

Estimate: CZK40,000 - CZK50,000

Description: Austria, Vienna, 1st third of the 20th century, design Lorenzl Josef (1892-1950), ceramics, hand decorated, labeled Goldscheider Wien, Made in Austria, signature of modeller, model number 5523/93/9, dimensions 31 x 15 x 11 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 1 600 - 2 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 1 040

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Current bid: CZK26,000 (1 bid)

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Wiener Kunstkeramische Werkstätte - Art Nouveau Ceramic Bowl

Estimate: CZK50,000 - CZK60,000

Description: Austria, Vienna, circa 1910, pottery, hand-decorated, mark WKKW, labeledWiener Gesellschaft von Freunden Der Kleinplastik No. 61, dimensions 22 x 29,5 x 21,5 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 2 000 - 2 400 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 1 520

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Starting bid: CZK38,000 (0 bids)

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Art Nouveau vases WMF

Estimate: CZK100,000 - CZK120,000

Description: Germany, around 1906, paired pewter vases, silver plated, original glass insert, signed, 37 x 20 x 20 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 4 000 - 4 800 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 800

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Starting bid: CZK70,000 (0 bids)

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A Bowl Daum Nancy with silver mount and original box

Estimate: CZK100,000 - CZK120,000

Description: France, circa 1900, labeled Daum Nancy, glass bowl with the original silver mount, silver hallmarked, the original travel box, colorless glass, deep etched and gold painted floral decor, dimensions 12 x 25 x 25 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 4 000 - 4 800 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 400

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Starting bid: CZK60,000 (0 bids)

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A Large Vase Daum Nancy

Estimate: CZK200,000 - CZK240,000

Description: France, circa 1906, Art Nouveau vase, signed Daum Nancy, clear, topaz and brown cased glass, regrinding, etched and engraved decor with floral motive, overall dimensions 60 x 17 x 17 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 8 000 - 9 600 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 5 600

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Starting bid: CZK140,000 (0 bids)

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Mucha Alfons (Czech, 1860-1939)

Estimate: CZK90,000 - CZK100,000

Description: The Lily, year 1898, color lithograph/paper on canvas, 104 x 44 cm, frame, glass, slightly damaged. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 3 600 - 4 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 600

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Starting bid: CZK65,000 (0 bids)

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Bronze Sculpture - Moreau Mathurin (1822 - 1912)

Estimate: CZK350,000 - CZK450,000

Description: France, circa 1900, original author´s piece number 1, large bronze sculpture - Allegory of the nymph with children´s figures, patinated bronze, signed Moreau, dimensions 39 x 32 x 21 cm. Expert´s report: Doc. PhDr. Josef Maliva Tentative estimated price (EUR): 14 000 - 18 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 8 000

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Starting bid: CZK200,000 (0 bids)

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Alfons Mucha - four carved wooden panels

Estimate: CZK900,000 - CZK1,000,000

Description: Relief wood carvings panels made by design by Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939). Titles of works: Waking up of the morning, Glow of the day, Evening dream, Night rest Datace: circa 1899 Technique: carving into fruit wood Dimensions without frames: 148 x 40 cm Status: framed, conserved, backside without interference Provenance: Private collection of Ivančic, auction sale 30th January, 2005 - Auction House Sypka Tentative estimated price (EUR): 36 000 - 40 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 24 000

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Starting bid: CZK600,000 (0 bids)

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Pavel Janák - porcelain coffee service

Estimate: CZK60,000 - CZK70,000

Description: Bohemia, 20th years of the 20th century, design of the shape Pavel Janák (1882-1956), green underglaze mark Schnabel-Desná, Flekna and Strádal (malírna), porcelain, hand-decorated, floral motif, 7 pieces: teapot (height 24 cm), milk jug (16.5 cm), sugar bowl (height 13.5 cm), 4 cups and saucers. Literature: Czech Cubism, 1991, page 288, no. 244, decor variation. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 2 400 - 2 800 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 1 400

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Starting bid: CZK34,000 (0 bids)

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Leo Matějka (1907-1975) - porcelain plate

Estimate: CZK9,000 - CZK10,000

Description: Moravia, Rožnov pod Radhoštěm, year 1947, hand-painted porcelain service, teapot, two cups and saucers, labeled Rožnov P.R., Czechoslovakia, hand painting, Matějka Leo 1947, teapot: dimensions 11 x 15 x 10 cm, cup: height 5 cm, saucer: diameter 11 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 360 - 400 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 240

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Starting bid: CZK6,000 (0 bids)

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Leo Matějka (1907-1975) - porcelain plate

Estimate: CZK4,000 - CZK5,000

Description: Moravia, Rožnov pod Radhoštěm, year 1947, hand-painted porcelain plate, labeled Rožnov P.R., Czechoslovakia, hand painting, Matějka Leo 1947, wire assembly to hang, dimensions 30 x 30 x 4.5 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 160 - 200 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 100

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Starting bid: CZK2,500 (0 bids)

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A Luxury Vase Moser

Estimate: CZK140,000 - CZK180,000

Description: Bohemia, Karlovy Vary, Moser, early 21st century, at the base labeled Moser, very valuable model, design 1882 (serial number 594, number 180 decor), topaz brown glass (Amber), hand painted - colored and gold enamels, decorated with motif of insects and oak leaves, dimensions 26, 5 x 15.5 x 15.5 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 5 600 - 7 200 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 1 840

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Starting bid: CZK46,000 (0 bids)

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Russian silver service for 12 person

Estimate: CZK65,000 - CZK85,000

Description: Russia, 1st half of the 20th century, silver service with engravery and gilding, Russian hallmarks, silver 875/1000, content services - teapot: 21,5 x 20,5 x 11 cm, sugar bowl: 9,5 x 13 x 9 cm, 12 cups: 4 x 8,2 x 6 cm, 12 saucers: 1 x 10,5 x 10,5 cm, 12 spoons, total weight 2195 g Tentative estimated price (EUR): 2 600 - 3 400 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 1 760

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Starting bid: CZK44,000 (0 bids)

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Janoušek František (Czech, 1890 - 1943)

Estimate: CZK100,000 - CZK130,000

Description: Lovers, year 1906, watercolor, ink on paper, 29.2 x 27 cm, signed and dated lower left Janoušek 1906, old frame, glass. Expert´s report: Doc. Phdr. Josef Maliva Tentative estimated price (EUR): 4 000 - 5 200 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 800

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Starting bid: CZK70,000 (0 bids)

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Věšín Jaroslav (Bulgarian/Czech, 1859-1915)

Estimate: CZK75,000 - CZK90,000

Description: Title of the work: mail coach Technique: mixed media Dimensions: 30,5 x 24 cm Signatura: bottom left J. Věšín Condition: painting in good condition, old frame, glass Tentative estimated price (EUR): 3 000 - 3 600 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 1 760

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Starting bid: CZK44,000 (0 bids)

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Jíra Josef (Czech, 1925 - 2005)

Estimate: CZK130,000 - CZK150,000

Description: Port - St. Briex, Normandy, France, year 1960, technique: mixed media, 66 x 80 cm, signed lower left J. Jira - St. Briex 60, note on the reverse side, frame, glass. The picture comes from a private collection of RNDr. Emil Roose, who had bought the picture directly from Josef Jira in the 60s years of the 20th century. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 5 200 - 6 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 3 200

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Starting bid: CZK80,000 (0 bids)

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Holan Karel (Czech, 1893 - 1953)

Estimate: CZK130,000 - CZK150,000

Description: Landscape with a church, circa 1950, oil on cardboard, 44 x 51 cm, signed lower right K Holan, old frame. Expert´s report: PhDr. Jaroslav Pelikán Expert´s report: Doc. PhDr. Josef Maliva Tentative estimated price (EUR): 5 200 - 6 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 3 600

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Starting bid: CZK90,000 (0 bids)

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Large Bronze Sculpture - Rous František (1872 - 1936)

Estimate: CZK85,000 - CZK100,000

Description: original author´s piece, large bronze sculpture of a deer, 1st half of the 20th century, patinated bronze, signed F. Rous, dimensions 63 x 48 x 46 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 3 400 - 4 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 400

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Starting bid: CZK60,000 (0 bids)

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Austrian wall clock with carved case

Estimate: CZK40,000 - CZK50,000

Description: Austria-Hungary, late 19th century, carved wooden case with a hunting theme, Graham escapement, duration of one week, movement in working condition, enamel dial, dimensions 95 x 41 x 16 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 1 600 - 2 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 1 120

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Starting bid: CZK28,000 (0 bids)

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Wall pendulum clock - Jan Witt

Estimate: CZK85,000 - CZK95,000

Description: Bohemia, circa 1850, movement labeled Jan. Witt. V. Ousti, Graham escapement, 3 days duration, 4/4 Viennese grande sonnerie on wire gongs, movement in working condition, enamel dial, walnut veneer, original tin applications, dimensions 98 x 31 x 12 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 3 400 - 3 800 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 600

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Starting bid: CZK65,000 (0 bids)

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Šetelík Jaroslav (Czech, 1881 - 1955)

Estimate: CZK85,000 - CZK100,000

Description: Dutch windmill, circa 1921, oil on canvas, 65 x 52,5 cm, signed lower left Jaroslav Šetelík, original frame. PhDr. Mgr. Michael Zachař has confirmed the authenticity of the work. An excellent example of Šetelík´s technique from the early period of residence in the Holland (1921-1922), during which he had created only 40 paintings. Similar works had been reproduced in the Golden Prague. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 3 400 - 4 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 200

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Starting bid: CZK55,000 (0 bids)

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Jaroněk Bohumír (Czech, 1866 - 1933)

Estimate: CZK85,000 - CZK95,000

Description: Wallachian landscape, year 1905, oil on wood, 47 x 38 cm, signed and dated lower right B. Jaroněk 05, old frame. Expert´s report: PhDr. Jaroslav Pelikan Tentative estimated price (EUR): 3 400 - 3 800 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 400

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Starting bid: CZK60,000 (0 bids)

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Frolka Antoš (Czech, 1877 - 1935)

Estimate: CZK90,000 - CZK100,000

Description: Marian with a letter (wife of the artist), year 1918, oil on cardboard, 53 x 41 cm, signed and dated lower left of A. Frolka 918, original frame. Expert´s report: PhDr. Jaroslav Pelikán Tentative estimated price (EUR): 3 600 - 4 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 600

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Starting bid: CZK65,000 (0 bids)

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Frolka Antoš (Czech, 1877 - 1935)

Estimate: CZK130,000 - CZK140,000

Description: On a field, year 1922, oil on canvas, 44.5 x 67 cm, signed lower left A. Frolka 22, original frame. Expert´s report: PhDr. Jaroslav Pelikán Tentative estimated price (EUR): 5 200 - 5 600 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 3 800

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Starting bid: CZK95,000 (0 bids)

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Vienna Empire Mantel Clock

Estimate: CZK55,000 - CZK65,000

Description: Austria, Vienna, circa 1810, labeled Joseph Hochfcker in Wien, gilt wood, polychrome, Graham escapement, Viennese grande sonnerie on wire gongs, indication of date, silvered dial, movement in working condition, restored, 52 x 31 x 13 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 2 200 - 2 600 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 1 520

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Starting bid: CZK38,000 (0 bids)

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A pair of  flintlock pistols La Marre A VIENNE

Estimate: CZK2,000,000 - CZK2,500,000

Description: Datace: circa 1680 An important and rare pair of flintlock pistols, labeled La Marre A Vienne, richly decorated with silver and gold, silver inlaid crest - Ernst August von Hannover (1629-1698), length 530 mm, 13 mm caliber. Gunsmith: Jacob de la Mort Lamarre (La Marre, L´amare) mentioned in 1657-1700 (Paris, Vienna, Prague) The court gunsmith of the Emperor Leopold I, from the year 1680 to 1700 worked for the Imperial Court in Vienna and Prague. All weapons made by gunsmith La Marre are of top quality due to the using of selected wood and other materials and rich décor. La Marre weapons were produced for the top noble families and rarely occur on auctions. These pistols were made for Ernst August (1629-1698) who came from the English royal family, the House of Hanover, and was the father of British King George I. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 80 000 - 100 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 48 000

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Starting bid: CZK1,200,000 (0 bids)

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Silver Austrian Carriage clock

Estimate: CZK180,000 - CZK220,000

Description: Austria, Vienna, cca 1820, silver case, silver fineness 940/1000, handle and feet with zoomorphic stylizations, enameled dial, movement in working condition, duration: 1 day, verge escapement, Viennese grande sonnerie on wire gongs, repeater, alarm, blued steel hands, total size 17.5 x 12.5 x 8 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 7 200 - 8 800 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 4 800

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Starting bid: CZK120,000 (0 bids)

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Empire Carriage clock  Flaschge in Wien

Estimate: CZK150,000 - CZK180,000

Description: Austria, Vienna, circa 1820, travel clock with alarm, enameled dial ring, signed Carl Wurm in Wien, fire gilt bronzecase, movement in working condition, duration: 1 day, verge escapement, Viennese grande sonnerie on wire gongs, repeater, alarm, steel hands, total size 13.5 x 12 x 6.5 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 6 000 - 7 200 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 4 000

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Starting bid: CZK100,000 (0 bids)

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Very rare flower pot with plaque KPM Berlin

Estimate: CZK400,000 - CZK500,000

Description: Germany, Berlin, 1st half of 19. century, porcelain plaque K.P.M. Berlin, flower pot - carved wood, the front wall with painting on porcelain, painting with the motif by Peter Paul Rubens (Baby Jesus and Saint John with Angels), labeled mark KPM Berlin, mark V, original unrestored condition, size porcelain plaque 22.5 x 27 cm, total size 36 x 78 x 39 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 16 000 - 20 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 11 200

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Starting bid: CZK280,000 (0 bids)

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A Rare Jewellry Box with Ivory Sculptures - Henri Jacob (1753 – 1824)

Estimate: CZK550,000 - CZK650,000

Description: France, 2nd half of 18th century, rare jewelly box by Henri Jacob (1753 -1824), signature H. Jacob, carved box made of beech wood, decorated with ivory sculptures, 31 sculptures, inside of the box - wooden removable liner divided into four sections, lock, key, total dimensions 27 x 46 x 31 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 22 000 - 26 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 15 200

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Starting bid: CZK380,000 (0 bids)

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Anton Kothgasser Ranft beaker

Estimate: CZK220,000 - CZK260,000

Description: Austrian, Vienna, circa 1825, Anton Kothgasser (1769-1851), base with colourless signature AK, lass, colourless, curved body with fine, wide, gilt rims, border of small gilt leaves and silver yellow stained bands, reserve with polychrome transparent-painted wiew, Vue de la Gloiette au jardin de Schönbrunn inscribed below in gilt lettering, verso brown rosettes wit gild décor,cog-wheeled Ranft with gilt rims, 16-pointed silver yellow star to base, lip verso with some old restoration, 12 x 9,2 x 9,2 cm. Literature: Christian Kuhn, Glanz und Farbe, Die Glassammlung Christian Kuhn, Liechtenstein Museum, Vienna 2009, page 37, cf.: illustration 4.6 Literature: Paul v. Lichtenberg, Mohn & Kothgasser, Munich 2009, page 292, illustration 177, 178. Literature: Gustav E. Pazaurek, Eugen v. Philippovich, Gläserder Empire und Biedermeierzaeit, 1976, page 192, illustartion plate V. Provenance: purchased in the Dorotheum in Vienna, auction sale - Sculptures, glass, porcelain, 18. 10. 2012 Tentative estimated price (EUR): 8 800 - 10 400 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 5 600

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Starting bid: CZK140,000 (0 bids)

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Anthon Kothgasser Ranft beaker with gilt monogram CA

Estimate: CZK200,000 - CZK240,000

Description: Austrian, Vienna, circa 1825, Anton Kothgasser (1769-1851), base with colourless signature AK, lass, colourless, curved dody with fine, wide gilt rims, gilt-painted arched friezes, polychrome-painted border of pansies on a matt band, small gilt leaves on silver yellow stained bands, gilt ivy tendrils on a gilt strip, cog-wheeled Ranfl with gil rims, base with gilt monogram CA, lip with some old restoration, size 11,5 x 8,6 x 8,6 cm. Literature: Christian Kuhn, Glanz und Farbe, Die Glassammlung Christian Kuhn, Liechtenstein Museum, Vienna 2009, page 43, cf.: illustration 4.20 Provenance: purchased in the Dorotheum in Vienna, auction sale - S culptures, Glass, Porcelain, 18. 10. 2012 Tentative estimated price (EUR): 8 000 - 9 600 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 4 800

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Starting bid: CZK120,000 (0 bids)

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Viennese miniature enamel digital clock

Estimate: CZK250,000 - CZK300,000

Description: Austria, Vienna, around 1890, master goldsmith Simon Grunewald, marked: SG, A, case of silver, Ag 750/1000, total weight 135 g, decorated with hand-painted enamel, movement on key, two dials of silvered metal, movement in working condition, dimensions 14,3 x 5,5 x 5,5 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 10 000 - 12 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 6 400

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Starting bid: CZK160,000 (0 bids)

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Viennese miniature enamel clock - Karl Bender

Estimate: CZK700,000 - CZK850,000

Description: Austria, Vienna, around 1870 master goldsmith Karl Bender, marked: KB, A, case - silver, decorated with hand-painted enamel, mother-of-pearl, enamel and rock crystal, verge escapement, movement signed Alfred Huguenin, dial - hand-painted enamel, inside the body of an elephant is placed secret case, partially gilded, slightly damaged, movement is running condition, dimensions 15.5 x 8 x 7 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 28 000 - 34 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 18 000

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Starting bid: CZK450,000 (0 bids)

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Viennese miniature enamel clock - Karl Bender

Estimate: CZK140,000 - CZK160,000

Description: Austria, Vienna, around 1890, Karl Bender, marked: KB, A, case of silver, decorated with hand-painted enamel, Ag 750/1000, total weight 221 g, dial - hand-painted enamel, verge escapement, movement is working, total size 15 x 7,8 x 7 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 5 600 - 6 400 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 3 800

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Starting bid: CZK95,000 (0 bids)

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Porcelain Clock Sitzendorf

Estimate: CZK140,000 - CZK150,000

Description: Germany, late 19th century/early 20th century, blue mark - Sitzendorf, porcelai clock - The Four Seasons, white porcelain, colored, movement labeled Lenzkirch, 1/2 striking on bell, movement in working condition, dimensions 46 x 30 x 17 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 5 600 - 6 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 3 800

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Starting bid: CZK95,000 (0 bids)

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Very rare Suhl flintlock pistol - calibre 29 mm

Estimate: CZK250,000 - CZK300,000

Description: A flintlock full-stocked pistol stamped SVL and Suhl-chicken stamp, Suhl cca 1730, lrnght 565 mm, ctogonal then round heavy barrel – lenght 363 mm, 29 mm calibre, flinlock with a rear external safety lever, original wood ramroad with bone tip. Expert´s report: Ing. Roman Gronský Tentative estimated price (EUR): 10 000 - 12 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 6 400

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Starting bid: CZK160,000 (0 bids)

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An Austrian flintlock blunderbuss – musqueton

Estimate: CZK100,000 - CZK120,000

Description: Austria, circa 1760, length 865 mm, octagonal then round/eliptic barrel – length 495 mm with eliptic muzzle 60x29 mm, iron bar for sliding ring (Reitstange) on the left side, original wooden ramrod with brass tip. Good condition Expert´s report: Ing. Roman Gronský Tentative estimated price (EUR): 4 000 - 4 800 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 800

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Starting bid: CZK70,000 (0 bids)

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A German Hunting Crossbow

Estimate: CZK120,000 - CZK140,000

Description: Probably Germany, the end of the 17th century, steel, iron, wood, hemp rope, bone, thick steel bow fixed crosswise on a wooden statue of using hemp ropes, bushed for stretching crossbow tensioner. Wooden statue richly decorated with bone inlay, hunting and floral motifs, in the past restored, length 65 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 4 800 - 5 600 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 3 000

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Starting bid: CZK75,000 (0 bids)

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A fine Saxony wheellock rifle with bone inlaid decoration

Estimate: CZK200,000 - CZK240,000

Description: Germany, Dresden, circa 1610, master F F / Saxony, wheellock rifle, walnut wood, decorated with bones, caliber 12 mm, total length 97,5 cm Tentative estimated price (EUR): 8 000 - 9 600 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 5 600

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Starting bid: CZK140,000 (0 bids)

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Querfurt August (Austrian, Vienna, 1696 - 1761), attributed

Estimate: CZK650,000 - CZK850,000

Description: Battle scene, half of the 18th century, oil on canvas, 103 x 112 cm, unsigned, original frame. Provenance: purchased from the family of the Kolowrat - Czech noble family Expert´s report: Prof. PhDr. Milan Togner Tentative estimated price (EUR): 26 000 - 34 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 18 000

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Starting bid: CZK450,000 (0 bids)

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Baroque bureau cabinet

Estimate: CZK400,000 - CZK450,000

Description: Two-part bureau cabinet – dresser and additional chest of drawers on the top, 2nd third of the 18th century, veneer - walnut, burr, cherry and maple, one secret case, body made of soft wood, with inlay motif of birds and floral design, original locks and fittings, 2 keys, restored, dimensions 185 x 105 x 63 cm, restored Historical documents of the owners have been found in the secret mailbox: the authoritarian document from 1787, the tax payment from 1807 and from 1810. Provenance: Private Collection, probably from the property of Count Ludwig of Cavriana Tentative estimated price (EUR): 16 000 - 18 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 11 600

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Starting bid: CZK290,000 (0 bids)

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A Baroque Clock Bernard Biswanger

Estimate: CZK100,000 - CZK120,000

Description: Bohemia, Prague, circa 1770, baroque mantel clock, white enamel dial labeled Bernard Biswanger in Prag, wood, black stained, original brass applications, verge escapement, Viennese grande sonnerie on bells, movement in working condition, dimensions 55 x 35 x 20 cm. Literature: A similar clock by Bernard Biswangera reproduced in the book Clocks and Watches, Emanuel Poche, Libuše Urešová, Prague 1987, page 163, picture no. 15. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 4 000 - 4 800 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 3 000

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Starting bid: CZK75,000 (0 bids)

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English carillon clock - Musical clock

Estimate: CZK300,000 - CZK350,000

Description: England, London, circa 1780, dial labeled Wells Piccadilly, engraved movement and pendulum, Carillon quarter hour striking system upon a total of 9 bells, Graham escapement, 3 x compensating chain, machine is and pendulum decorated with engraving, case of wood, inlaid with tortoiseshell, gilt bronze applications, silvered dial, movement and carillon in working condition, dimensions 55 x 35 x 22 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 12 000 - 14 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 8 400

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Starting bid: CZK210,000 (0 bids)

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Ferdinand Georg WALDMÜLLER (Vienna/Austria, 1793-1865)

Estimate: CZK450,000 - CZK550,000

Description: Title of work: Portrait of young women Datace: 1840 Technique: oil on wood panel Dimensions: 26,4 x 21 cm Signatura: bottom right Waldmüller 1840 Condition: painting in original good condition, without frame Expert´s report: PhDr. Naděžda Blažíčková-Horová Tentative estimated price (EUR): 18 000 - 22 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 12 000

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Starting bid: CZK300,000 (0 bids)

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Brožík Václav (Czech, 1851 - 1901)

Estimate: CZK350,000 - CZK450,000

Description: Portrait of Mrs. Stejskalova, the 90 years of the 19th century, oil, canvas on cardboard, dimensions 54 x 37 cm, on the reverse: verification of the authenticity by Franz Xaver Harlas (1865-1947), original frame. Expert´s report: PhDr. Naděžda Blažíčková-Horová Expert´s report: Doc. PhDr. Josef Maliva Tentative estimated price (EUR): 14 000 - 18 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 8 000

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Starting bid: CZK200,000 (0 bids)

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Brožík Václav (Czech, 1851 - 1901)

Estimate: CZK400,000 - CZK500,000

Description: Title of the work: Young Girl Technique: oil, canvas on cardboard Signature: bottom left V. Brožík Dimensions: 51.5 x 41.5 cm On the reverse: verification of the authenticity of the painting from the 10/IX/1949 by Karl Velingera, owner of GALERIE VÝTVARNÉ UMĚNÍ, Praha II., Ostrovni 1. Condition: painting in very good condition, gilt frame Expert´s report: PhDr. Naděžda Blažíčková-Horová Tentative estimated price (EUR): 16 000 - 20 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 8 800

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Starting bid: CZK220,000 (0 bids)

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Baroque Bureau Cabinet

Estimate: CZK300,000 - CZK350,000

Description: Two-part bureau – dresser and additional chest of drawers on the top, 2nd third of the 18th century, veneer - walnut, brass fittings, in the past restored, total dimensions 217 x 117 x 71 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 12 000 - 14 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 6 800

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Starting bid: CZK170,000 (0 bids)

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An Important and Rare Bureau Plat

Estimate: CZK2,000,000 - CZK3,000,000

Description: France, second half of the 18th century, overall dimensions: 81 x 168 x 82 cm. An important and rare gilded bronze mounted and marquetry Bureau Plat. This representative writing desk is designed as reversible with one central drawer and four smaller drawers on the side. Oak body, partly veneered, richly inlaid with different wood, gilted bronze. The sides of the top plate are inlaid with bone, motif of two snakes wrapped around a tree, the central part is coated with an skin. Four S-curved legs with bronze applications in the shape of lion paws. Very good original condition, original locks and fittings. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 80 000 - 120 000 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 48 000

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Starting bid: CZK1,200,000 (0 bids)

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Rare Empire Meissen cup with a saucer

Estimate: CZK120,000 - CZK140,000

Description: Germany, Meissen, around 1820, rare empire cup with a saucer, hand-painted veduta - Loschwitz, decorated guilloched gold, decorated with floral and plant motifs, marked with Meissen blue underglaze mark and sign Loschwitz, cup size: 8,7 x 9,7 x 7,8 cm, saucer size: 3 x 13,5 x 13,5 cm. Tentative estimated price (EUR): 4 800 - 5 600 Tentative Starting price (EUR): 2 800

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Starting bid: CZK70,000 (0 bids)

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