Gentleman's Library Sale
29 Jan 2013, starting at 14:00 GMT with lot 1.
30 Jan 2013, starting at 10:00 GMT with lot 251.

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LOTS
 of 367
  • Lot 352
    A box sextant, believed to belong to the pioneering Geologist Joseph Beetes Jukes (1811-1869)
    Sold for £2,125 (US$ 3,571) inc. premium

  • Lot 353
    A formal robe for a Countess,
    Sold for £3,250 (US$ 5,462) inc. premium

  • Lot 354
    Per Ardua Libertas. Most Secret, a printed catalogue of MI9 covert equipment,
    Sold for £5,250 (US$ 8,824) inc. premium

  • Lot 355
    A Don Joaquin Cuban cigar, Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965)
    Sold for £625 (US$ 1,050) inc. premium

  • Lot 356
    After Regnol,
    Sold for £937 (US$ 1,575) inc. premium

  • Lot 357
    A pair of spelter and gilt metal Napoleon book ends, dated 1903, (2)
    Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium

  • Lot 358
    A carved oak launching casket, HMS Albatross 1873. 13x9x6ins.(33x23x15cm)
    Sold for £687 (US$ 1,155) inc. premium

  • Lot 359W
    An early 20th century bronze bust of Lord Nelson (1758 – 1805)
    Sold for £1,000 (US$ 1,680) inc. premium

  • Lot 360
    A set of lecture lantern slides, Admiral Nelson. 12x4.5x4.5ins. (31x12x12cm)
    Sold for £812 (US$ 1,365) inc. premium

  • Lot 361
    A mourning ring, for James Watt (1756-1819) Engineer.
    Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,151) inc. premium

  • Lot 362
    The Medals awarded to Admiral E.A.Inglefield RN (1820-1894) comprising a Royal Geographical Society founder's gold medal, 55mm diam., the rim of the glazed mount engraved (Comr Edward Augustus Inglefield. R.N. May XXIII MDCCCLIII); A bronze medal for the Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations 1851, For Services, impressed on rim (Capt. Inglefield.); Another medal for 1851 for Exhibitor; A Societe de Geographie medal awarded to him in 1852 for his Arctic Discovery; A London Annual International Exhibition of all Fine Arts Industries and Inventions medallion for 1873, impressed on rim (Rear-Admiral E.A.Inglefield C.B. Catalogue No 2055 and for Services); another bronze issue for 1874, impressed on rim (Rear-Admiral E.A.Inglefield. C.B. For Services.). With a Nile Medal 1798, bronze issue. Diamond Jubilee commemorative medal. Sea services Commemoration Medal 1914-1919. French Medal for 1871 in fitted case.
    Sold for £4,500 (US$ 7,563) inc. premium

  • Lot 363
    An impressive Victorian silver two-handled tray in a fitted presentation case, to Captain E.A.Inglefield RN by Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1853
    Sold for £5,250 (US$ 8,824) inc. premium

  • Lot 364
    A large Victorian silver-gilt presentation cup and cover to Captain E.A.Inglefield RN by Elkington & Co Ltd, London 1963
    Sold for £5,000 (US$ 8,404) inc. premium

  • Lot 365
    George Bryan (Beau) Brummell (1778-1840)
    Sold for £937 (US$ 1,575) inc. premium

  • Lot 366
    Royal Yacht Britannia 1893. 2
    Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,311) inc. premium

  • Lot 367*
    Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) - a Tetrahedron kite cell from the Cygnet 1,
    £5,000 - 8,000
    US$ 8,400 - 13,000

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