Thursday, 19th October 2017
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Herbert Gurschner Austrian 1901-1975 Old Mentone acrylic on board sold for 2100

 

Herbert Gurschner (Austrian 1901-1975) Old Mentone, acrylic on board, sold for £2,100

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0001 A pair of 18th century Italian marble lions sold for 74000 Copy 

No.1

A pair of 18th century marble lions.

Sold for £74,000 

0002 A Chinese blue and white porcelain vase Daoguang 1821-1850 sold for 55000 Copy 

No.2

A Chinese blue & white porcelain vase, Daoguang 1821-1850

Sold for £55,000 

0003 John Maclauchlan Milne RSA 1886-1957 Port of St. Tropez oil on canvas sold for 29000 Copy 

No.3

John Maclauchlan Milne RSA (1886-1957) Port of St.Tropez, oil on canvas.

Sold for £29,000 

0004 John Maclauchlan Milne RSA 1886-1957 Langeron midi oil on canvas sold for 25000 Copy 

No.4

John Maclauchlan Milne RSA (1886-1957) Langeron Midi, oil on canvas.

Sold for £25,000

An exceptionally large Scottish William IV oak and ebony inlaid circular dining table sold for 22000 

No.5

An exceptionally large Scottish William IV oak and ebony inlaid circular dining table.

Sold for £22,000

0005 An Indian Company School watercolour The Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula dated 1805 sold for 20500 Copy 

No.6

An Indian Company School watercolour

The Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula, dated 1805.

Sold for £20,500

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