GORDON (MAJOR L L), Battles and Medals, Spink & Son, 1971, Naval General Service Medals Part 1 (1793-1808), Roll of the recipients, Spink & Son, Bruce Bairnsfather, Fragments and More, Fragments from France, Dixon's Gazette and a large collection of others on medals, warfare and military interest.
A collection of six George V and later silver mounted easel photograph frames, including two of shaped outline, Birmingham 1910 & 1920, one with oval apperture, another Birmingham 1917, sight size 17.5 x 10.5cm, a smaller similar and a circular example, a large modern rectangular photograph frame, with moulded edge, sight size 20 x 24.5cm and one other. (7)
Marc Chagall (Russian/French, 1887-1985) Behind the looking glass (Mourlot 412) Lithograph printed in colours, 1964, on wove, as published in Derrière le Miroir volume 147, 465 x 345mm (18 1/4 x 13 1/2in)(I)
Attributed to Nicholas Dixon (British, active circa 1660 active - died after 1708) A Lady, wearing blue dress edged with gold brocade, strands of pearls and lace trim to her décolleté, her brown hair partially upswept and curled in ringlets falling over her right shouldernext page
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