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A good Daum Nancy green speckled glass vase, with gilt decoration, signed Daum Nancy. Est. £1,500 – £2,000.

A good Daum Nancy green speckled glass vase, with gilt decoration, signed Daum Nancy.

A Regency mahogany table in the manner of Gillows. Est. £3,000 – £5,000.

A Regency mahogany table in the manner of Gillows.

A good collection of Vienna enamelled items; including shaped comport, windmill, carriage and cornucopia. Various estimates.

A good collection of Vienna enamelled items; including shaped comport, windmill, carriage and cornucopia. Various estimates.

A good collection of collection of various enamelled cigarette cases and vestas. Various estimates.

A good collection of collection of various enamelled cigarette cases and vestas. Various estimates.

A good pair of George I rectangular tea caddies with sliding covers, 9cm wide by 5.5cm by 13cm high, John Farnell, London 1718. Est. £6,000 – £8,000.

A good pair of George I rectangular tea caddies with sliding covers, wide by by high, John Farnell, London Est.

Isidore Jules Bonheur (1827 – 1901), French; a superb bronze cast of Kingsen with jockey. Est. £2,000 – £3,000.

a superb bronze cast of Kingsen with jockey.

A rare George III Japanned rosewood and gilt dwarf cabinet. Provence: Godson & Coles, 15th June 1992, bought for £24,500. Est. £5,000 – £8,000.

A rare George III Japanned rosewood and gilt dwarf cabinet. Provence: Godson & Coles, June bought for Est.

A Victorian circular mahogany library table, from room 219 at Windsor Castle, (this room was used as the Princesses study). Est.  £3,000 – £5,000.

A Victorian circular mahogany library table, from room 219 at Windsor Castle, (this room was used as the Princesses study).

From Kindig to Tannehill: Antiques dealers and collecting in the Shenandoah Valley from the 1910s to the 1970s presented by Jeffrey S. Evans. A look back at the history of the antiques trade in the Shenandoah Valley from the arrival of the earliest Yankee dealers, to the first public auctions to advertise “antiques” and the establishing of the Harrisonburg “Flea Market” in 1972. This lecture is free and open to the public!  To be presented in conjunction with our November 14th auction.

From Kindig to Tannehill: Antiques dealers and collecting in the Shenandoah Valley from the 1910s to the 1970s presented by Jeffrey S. Evans. A look back at the history of the antiques trade in the Shenandoah Valley from the arrival of the earliest Yankee dealers, to the first public auctions to advertise “antiques” and the establishing of the Harrisonburg “Flea Market” in 1972. This lecture is free and open to the public! To be presented in conjunction with our November 14th auction.

Lot 14, A Lladro figure Shepherd Boy 5405 8 1/2" boxed, Est £40-80

Lot A Lladro figure Shepherd Boy 5405 8 boxed, Est

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