George III: Two spade type guineas, 1787 and 1798, on soldered pendant fittings, together with an 18ct woven-link chain necklace and bracelet and an 18ct gold mounted amethyst swivel fob seal.
Lot 383
George III: Two spade type guineas, 1787 and 1798, on soldered pendant fittings, together with an 18ct woven-link chain necklace and bracelet and an 18ct gold mounted amethyst swivel fob seal.
Sold for £1,056 (US$ 1,774) inc. premium
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Jewellery Oxford
27 Jul 2010 11:00 BST

Auction 18104
Lot Details
George III:
Two spade type guineas, 1787 and 1798, on soldered pendant fittings, together with an 18ct woven-link chain necklace and bracelet and an 18ct gold mounted amethyst swivel fob seal.
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