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AUCTION 03 30. April 2005
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001 - 007


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008 - 020

021 - 040

041 - 060

061 - 080

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101 - 116


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117 - 140

141 - 160


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161 - 178





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KatNr. 1 A baroque Dresden walnut chest of drawers.

001   A baroque Dresden walnut chest of drawers.

Fitted with three full width bow fronted drawers. Circa 1750.

H. 79 cm, B. 124 cm, T. 68,5 cm. 6.500 €
KatNr. 2 A pair of fine baroque Dresden carved and painted beechwood side chairs.

002   A pair of fine baroque Dresden carved and painted beechwood side chairs.

The backs with gilded foliate scroll carved crestings, the bow fronted seats set on cabriole legs. Circa 1740/50.

H. 97 cm. 2.800 €
KatNr. 3 A 18th century probably Bavarian splendid glass tankard.
KatNr. 3 A 18th century probably Bavarian splendid glass tankard.
KatNr. 3 A 18th century probably Bavarian splendid glass tankard.

003   A 18th century probably Bavarian splendid glass tankard.

The body exquisitely cut with a crowned monogramme "P T" and floral sprigs. Fitted with a pweter lid decorated with the portrait of Francis III. Stephan (Emperor Francis I.), duke of Lorraine and Bar. The lid with pewterer mark.

H. 23,5 cm. 1.900 €
KatNr. 4 A mid 19th century Saxon glass

004   A mid 19th century Saxon glass "Wedding-tankard".

Handpainted with a blue ribbon inscribed "Als Freund wünsche ich imerdar Viel Glück dem neuen Ehepaar" and floral bouquets. Fitted with a pewter lid with the graved monogramme "C.F.N." and dated 1840. Mark of the pewterer A.M.Teichert.
The body with tension cracks.

H. 24 cm. 280 €
KatNr. 5 A mid 19th century Saxon glass

005   A mid 19th century Saxon glass ""Wedding-tankard"".

Handpainted with a blue ribbon inscribed ""Gottes güte und Genad Ist der beste Hausvath"" and floral bouquets. Fitted with a pewter lid with the graved monogramme ""J.C.H."" and dated 18. P.58. Mark of the pewterer Carl Woldemar Pilz (Freiberg/Saxony).
The body with a tension crack.

H. 23,5 cm. 310 €
KatNr. 6 An early 20th century bronze sculpture of the antique Venus of Milo.

006   An early 20th century bronze sculpture of the antique Venus of Milo.

Dark brown patina, set on a black marble base. First third of the 20th century.

H. 40 cm. 350 €
KatNr. 7 A late 19th/ early 20th century bronze sculpture of a captive, freed of his chains.

007   A late 19th/ early 20th century bronze sculpture of a captive, freed of his chains.

Dark brown patina, set on a black marble base. Signed to the bronze base: Jensen.

H. 37,5 cm. 380 €
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Prices shown are estimate prices. The majority of the lots is taxed according to "Differenzbesteuerung", so there is no V.A.T. on the item itself.

* Item of artist registered with the VG Bildkunst, upon which a droit-de-suite fee will be raised, are marked as "Droit-de-suite of 2,5 % applies"". (conditions of sale paragr. 7.4.)

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