Circle of Benjamin Arlaud (Swiss, circa 1670-after 1731) James Ogilvy, 4th Earl of Findlater and 1st Earl of Seafield KT PC (16631730), wearing white lace jabot and black cloak decorated with gold bands, his natural wig worn long
Follower of Jan Kupecký (Czech , 1667-1740), 18th Century Prince Eugène of Savoy (1663-1736), standing in a landscape and wearing suit of armour, leopard-fur lined blue mantle draped over his right shoulder, his left hand placed on his helmet, encampment and cannons beyond
After Martin van Meytens II, 18th Century Prince Karl Alexander of Lorraine and Bar (1712-1780), wearing breastplate and white coat with large vermillion cuffs embroidered with gold, white lace chemise and stock, his vermillion cloak lined with ermine and secured around his shoulders with an iron clasp, the Order of the Golden Fleece on a vermillion sash ribbon suspended from his neck, his brown striped sash tied around his waist, the end of his powdered wig tied in a loop at his left shoulder, his baton in his right hand
Circle of Carl Gustav Klingstedt (Swedish, 1657-1734) A Lady and a Harlequin, the former wearing ultramarine blue dress, edged with gold, her sleeves slashed to reveal white, a red ribbon bow tied around her left arm, triple-tiered white ruff, her hair upswept beneath a crimson cap dressed with three different colored plumes, a pair of cherries in her right hand, a tiny bird perched on her left; the latter, wearing diamond chequered costume with frilled white ruff and black capnext page
A successful bidder at this sale will be required to pay Bonhams 1793 Limited ("Bonhams") a premium calculated as follows:
25% on the first £100,000 of the hammer price
20% on the excess of £100,001 and up to £2,000,000 of the hammer price
12% on the excess of £2,000,001 of the hammer price
VAT at 20% will be payable on the amount of the premium.
Payment at collection: by credit or debit card.
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VAT on imported items at a preferential rate of 5% on Hammer Price and the prevailing rate on Buyer's Premium.
Subject to CITES regulations when exporting items outside of the EU, see clause 13.