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A Dutch brass alms dish, 17th century
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Lot 439

A Dutch brass alms dish, 17th century


the centre moulded with two spies from the Land of Canaan enclosed by a double inscription, the broad rim punched with flowerheads and fleur-de-lys, damaged, repaired, 42,5cm diameter

Sold for R 4 500
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 5 270

Estimate R 5 000 - 7 000


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