Antique European Porcelain, Pottery and more offered for sale by China Rose Antiques
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Books : Pre 1900 item #1453123 (stock #3658)
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A$75.00
The Poetical & Prose Works of Robert Burns was printed by Charles Daly in 1840 and it contains the story of Burns' life, his poetry and correspondence. This copy carries an inscription "C A Holmes with Mrs Macken? ? and kind regards". The gilt embossed leather binding has slight signs of wear, but the binding is still tight.
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Writing : Pre 1837 VR item #1456090 (stock #4555)
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A$75.00
This wax impression of a seal is housed in a turned ebony box measuring 63 mm (2.5 inches) in diameter and 12 mm (1/2 inch) thick. The coat of arms on the seal features a unicorn and an eagle as supporters below a baron's coronet. Beneath the coat of arms is the Latin motto "Non quo sed quo modo" (Not for whom but in what manner) which is the motto of Baron Seaford of Sussex. The Baronetcy was created in 1826 and this seal might have been made around that date. The inside of the lid carries a ve...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Ceramics : English : Pottery : Pre 1837 VR item #1242524 (stock #3301)
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A$70.00
This hand painted earthernware cup and two saucers are from a childs tea set and are decorated with a very simple linear pattern. The cup shape mirrors the "London" shape, a popular shape of the early part of the 19th century. The diameter of the cup is 75mm and it stands 45mm high. The only fault with the three pieces is some crazing. c1820
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Memorabilia : Pre 1990 item #1266102 (stock #3398)
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A$70.00
This program was autographed by Lauren Bacall in Australia in 1986 when she played the part of The Princess Kosmonopolis in Tennessee Williams' play "Sweet Bird of Youth". It is in good condition with no tears, but with slight curling to the corners.
All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Ephemera : Autographs : Pre 1970 item #1265364 (stock #3399)
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A$65.00
This program was signed by Ray Milland during the time he was appearing in the play "Hostile Witness" at The Princess Theatre in Melbourne Australia in May 1967. The corners have been bent and it has been folded in half.
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Writing : Pre 1837 VR item #1456091 (stock #4556)
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A$65.00
This nicely turned ebony box with a domed lid contains a wax seal impression featuring a coat of arms below an earl's coronet, and above the motto "Comme Je Fus". This Latin motto translates to As I Was, and was used by the More family of Lancashire, and a Baron Ward. The ebony box has a diameter of 52 mm (2 inches) and stands 13 mm (1/2 inch) high. There is a split to the lid of the box and the seal is split in two, but held together by the backing paper. This piece would date from the first qu...
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Writing : Pre 1837 VR item #1456092 (stock #4557)
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A$65.00
This wax seal impression is housed in a turned wooden box with a diameter of 48 mm (1.75 inches) and a thickness of 12 mm (.5 inch). The oval shaped seal features a shield below a Baron's coronet. The seal is cracked but held together by its backing paper, and the box has been scored on the lid, It would date from around 1830.
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Writing : Pre 1837 VR item #1456094 (stock #4559)
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A$65.00
This wax impression of a seal is housed in a turned ebony box measuring 38 mm (1.5 inches) in diameter and 10 mm (3/8ths of an inch) thick. The coat of arms on the seal is supported by two lions below a baron's coronet. Beneath the coat of arms is the Latin motto "Non quo sed quo modo" (Not for whom but in what manner) which is the motto of Baron Seaford of Sussex. The Baronetcy was created in 1826 and this seal might have been made around that date. The inside of the lid carries a very detailed...
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Writing : Pre 1837 VR item #1456095 (stock #4560)
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A$65.00
This wax seal impression features three geese (or perhaps ducks) feeding in a meadow. The width of the impression is 15 mm (19/32nds of an inch) which could made by either be seal or an engraved signet ring. It is contained in a beautifully turned ebony box that measures 29 mm (1 9/64ths of an inch) in diameter, and is 10 mm (3/8ths of an inch) high. Inside the lid is an attached printed silk label for Fisher, Braithwaite & Jones Jewellers, Cockspur St London. This partnership started in around ...
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Writing : Pre 1837 VR item #1456089 (stock #4554)
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A$60.00
This wax impression of a seal is housed in a turned ebony box measuring 52 mm (2 inches) in diameter and 15 mm (19/32nds of an inch) thick. The coat of arms on the seal features two lions as supporters below a baron's coronet. Beneath the coat of arms is the Latin motto "Non quo sed quo modo" (Not for whom but in what manner) which is the motto of Baron Seaford of Sussex. The Baronetcy was created in 1826 and this seal might have been made around that date. The engravers label is missing from th...
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Writing : Pre 1837 VR item #1456093 (stock #4558)
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A$60.00
This impression of a wax seal resides in a nicely turned ebony box 41 mm (1 21/32nds of an inch) in diameter and 11 mm (3/8ths of an inch) thick. The seal is the head of a goat below a baron's coronet. This device was used by Viscount Chetwynd as Baron Rathdowne of Ireland, and the Marquess of Tweeddale as Baron Hay of Scotland. The seal has a small crack and chip, but the box is in very good condition. It would date from around 1830.