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Auction Description for Scarborough Fine Arts:
Auction Description:
Viewing Notes:
23rd March 10am to 4.30pm & 6pm to 8pm. 24th March 10am to 4.30pm.
Sale Notes:
www.scarboroughperry.co.uk

201 lots

March 26, 2004

Unit 2 Grange Industrial Estate

Albion Street

Southwick, BN42 4EN United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1273 870371

Fax: +44 (0)1273 595706

Email: info@scarboroughfinearts.co.uk

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Lot 465: A 17th Century design Limoges enamel plaque with a Mother and Child, 4.5in by 5.75in

Description: A 17th Century design Limoges enamel plaque with a Mother and Child, 4.5in by 5.75in

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Lot 466: Five 18th Century "bronze" horse crotal Bells by Robert Wells of Aldbourne, numbered 1 (3) 4 & 5. An earlier number 2 & 4 Others

Description: Five 18th Century "bronze" horse crotal Bells by Robert Wells of Aldbourne, numbered 1 (3) 4 & 5. An earlier number 2 & 4 Others

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Lot 467: A rack of 15 Crotal Bells, mainly small, including WG, mainly 16th Century

Description: A rack of 15 Crotal Bells, mainly small, including WG, mainly 16th Century

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Lot 468: A Romano-British bronze Figure of Bacchus (?) 1.25in probably a staff terminal

Description: A Romano-British bronze Figure of Bacchus (?) 1.25in probably a staff terminal

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Lot 469: A group of Roman and later lead Weights and spindle whorls including Byzantine style inscribed H, fragments of metal Vessels, flint Knife and similar

Description: A group of Roman and later lead Weights and spindle whorls including Byzantine style inscribed H, fragments of metal Vessels, flint Knife and similar

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