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Lot 43
A fancy-link long chain
Sold for £763 (US$ 1,285) inc. premium
Auction Details
Jewellery Oxford
27 Sep 2005 11:00 BST

Auction 11691
Lot Details
A fancy-link long chain
Suspending a Victoria five pound coin, 1887, in pendant mount, a sovereign, 1902, in pendant mount, a 9ct gold St Christopher pendant, two curb-link bracelets and assorted chains.
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