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Lot 216: * ANTHONY ORME (British b 1945 - ) New York Street

Est: £200 GBP - £300 GBPSold:
McTear'sNovember 30, 2010Glasgow, United Kingdom

Item Overview


* ANTHONY ORME (British b 1945 - ) New York Street Scene pastel, signed 57cm x 37cm

Artist or Maker

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Auction Details

Fine & Contemporary Pictures

November 30, 2010, 06:00 PM GMT

Meiklewood Gate Auction Galleries 31 Meiklewood Road, Glasgow, GGW, G51 4EU, UK


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