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Antiques and Fine Art including Militaria

Fine Art & Antiques

  • Newbury, Berkshire, UK

Viewing Monday 6th August 2018

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Featured lots

Lot 77

Lot 77

G. Woolliscroft Rhead 'History of the Fan', limited edition no.1 of 450 copies, 1910. Illustrated and bound in blue cloth

Estimate

£50-100

Lot 118

Lot 118

An 18th Century Chinese bronze figure, modelled as an elder clutching scroll, with elongated head in draped robes, 12 cm high

Estimate

£300-500

Lot 119

Lot 119

A 19th Century Russian icon of Jesus Christ, depicted holding Cyrillic bible with right hand raised in red and blue robes on a gilt ground, 26.5 cm x 22 cm

Estimate

£250-350

Featured lots

Lot 530

Lot 530

A large collection of WWII and later British and American black and white Naval photographs, including HMS Campania, Sea Scout, U.S.S Fargo, HMS Black Swan and more, also some of Naval Aircraft in flight and on deck, approx 200 including negatives (parcel)

Estimate

£200-300

Lot 596

Lot 596

An 1815 Waterloo medal, awarded to WILLIAM HATHERLEY, 7TH REGIMENT HUSSARS

Estimate

£800-1000

Lot 605

Lot 605

An early Century Indian Coorg Pichangatti knife, with hatchet blade formed with a clipped-back point, decorated to back edge, having mixed metal handle and hilt, the scabbard having inscription 'Presented by The Coorg Medical Staff 1923

Estimate

£100-200

Auction highlights

  • Antiques & Fine Art including Militaria
  • 7th August 2018

Lot 500

A pair of early 20th Century Flying Boots, possibly RFC, having brown leather soles sides, with Hessian/felt material for the legs, complete with brown leather straps

Price realised

£600

Lot 584

A WWII DFC medal group, awarded to F/Lt H.C.Clark, 161799, comprising the DFC, 1939-45 Star, The Air Crew Europe Star with France and Germany clasp, War and Defence medal, with oak leaf, complete with miniatures,

Price realised

£2000

Lot 604

A 1st Pattern Fairbairn Sykes Commando dagger by Wilkinson, marked to either side of the 17cm long double sided blade, with metal handle, having criss-cross grip, complete with brown leather and metal tipped scabbard (2)

Price realised

£1300