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Our Top 5 Lots of 2016

1. Lot number: 1003 - March 2016 

A limited edition Pablo Picasso white earthenware vase painted in white, grey and black with impressed marks for Madoura, 38cm high. Picasso worked at Madoura in the South of France. He commissioned Georges and Suzanne Ramie to reproduce his designs in the 1950s. The vase represents a female figure in Picasso's typical abstract style. The vase was previously owned by Sir Emile Littler, (Emile Richeux), the 20th Century British theatrical impresario (condition: No damage or restoration)

SOLD FOR £30000.00

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2. Lot number: 1115 - October 2016

A Louis Vuitton monogram trunk circa 1900 with wood trimmed lid (back and front) brass carrying handles, beige cotton interior with three trays. The interior with applied red label bearing 149 New Bond Street address No773973. The lock plate numbered 048124 impressed Louis Vuitton name on other brass fittings. Size approx: 57cm high x 110cm wide x 56cm depth

SOLD FOR £10000.00 

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3. Lot number: 250 - November 2016

A 1960/61 Fender Stratocaster in red with white scratchplate complete with vintage Jennings hard case (probably the original case), serial number 66664.

SOLD FOR £10000.00

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4. Lot number: 2039 - April 2016

A Rolex 18ct oyster perpetual date just diamond set on case bezel and bracelet 69178 L616537 fitted in original box

SOLD FOR £8500.00

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5. Lot number: 1671 - June 2016

Registration no. OL 8728 Frame no. 4101 Engine no. 4148 Introduced in 1923 the BSA Model S was the first machine made by BSA to use an overhead valve engine and range was complemented by a side valve "sports" model. Both where rated highly in the motorcycle press of the time as the "go anywhere" motorcycle. "OL 8728" is fitted with the side valve engine and was first registered in 1924. The motorcycle was restored to concourse condition in 1986 and it is one of the best to come to market in recent years but as an older restoration light recommissioning will be required before use. The sidecar was not fitted to the motorcycle when new but was fitted during its restoration and is of the period and believed to be correct for the model. The motorcycle is a great vintage machine and is applicable for the VMCC Banbury run. The motorcycle is sold with current V5 and some paperwork, photographs and information from the restoration.

SOLD FOR £7100.00

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