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An Edwardian 9ct gold propelling pencil, S Mordan & Co, London, 1907
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Lot 48

An Edwardian 9ct gold propelling pencil, S Mordan & Co, London, 1907


the engine-turned case with fixed suspension loop, 7cm long; and a 9ct gold pipe tamper, Matthew Wilcox & Son, Birmingham, 1909, with fixed suspension loop, 4,5cm long; two Edwardian 6ct gold miniature propelling pencils, each with engine-turned shafts, the seal inset with a purple and orange matrix, the longest 4cm; and a 6ct gold button hook, with foliate shaft and vacant cartouche, 5cm long

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Sold for R 2 800
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 3 283

Estimate R 1 000 - 1 500


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