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Lot 521: Philip Moysey 1912-1991 crayon sketch

Est: £30 GBP - £50 GBPSold:
Tunbridge Wells & Hastings AuctioneersSeptember 01, 2012Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom

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Philip Moysey 1912-1991 crayon sketch

Artist or Maker

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Only small items will be shipped by the auction house. Any large items the collection must be arranged by the bidder. TW&H Auctioneers does not take any responsibility for loss, damage etc.

Auction Details

Antiques & Collectables

Tunbridge Wells & Hastings Auctioneers
September 01, 2012, 11:00 AM GMT

The Auction Hall The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, KNT, TN2 5QL, UK


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Shipping conditions

Only small items will be shipped by the auction house. Any large items the collection must be arranged by the bidder. TW&H Auctioneers does not take any responsibility for loss, damage etc.