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The London Sale. Christie’s 2012

Comprising a total of 167 lots, the sale presented a variety of items synonymous with London. An exciting opportunity for lovers of, and visitors to, London to explore the history of one of the most popular cities in the world. The auction presented the chance for collectors to acquire pieces of the city’s iconic imagery and history from pictures and prints, through to rock and roll, Royal, Olympic and political memorabilia, and even a 1966 RML Leyland London Routemaster double-decker bus

3rd September 2012

South Kensington

Well illustrated glossy catalogue, includes the results sheets
Condition Very Good

Price £12.00


19th Century Furniture, Paintings, Decorative Objects & Rugs Christies NY 1989

19th Century Furniture, Paintings, Decorative Objects & Rugs

including properties from:
Gertrude Finnerod, John W. Blodgett Jnr, Caroline Doty, Dr Frank Crozer Knowles, Garrick L. Mallery, Robert Hecht, Thomas Stovell & Leonard Tharp,
Collection of David Felix.

23rd May 1989

New York

Well illustrated rare catalogue, Condition Good

Price £22.00

Russian Art

Spectacular selection of paintings and works of art in this Russian Art sale, the majority of which were offered from private collections, including Aristarkh Lentulov’s vibrant Cubo-Futurist Landscape with bridge, Kislovodsk and a rare and important pair of porcelain vases by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, Period of Nicholas I. The catalogue also features major paintings from such Russian masters as Roerich, Vereshchagin, Gorbatov, Golovin and Burliuk in addition to significant pieces by Fabergé and an important group of rare Russian Silver. With over 300 lots ranging from £1,000 to £1,500,000, this sale presented one of the finest assemblages of Russian Art at auction in recent history.

2nd June 2014

Well illustrated heavy catalogue
Condition Excellent includes the results sheet

Price £14.00




Saudi-born Dr Walid Juffali (1955-2016) made an indelible mark on the global stage. From one of the wealthiest business families in Saudi Arabia, he was educated at Le Rosey in Switzerland, the US – at the University of San Diego – and then, after settling in London, he received a doctorate in neuroscience at Imperial College, London. From 2005, Juffali was chairman of his family’s company, E.A. Juffali Brothers, one of the largest companies in Saudi Arabia for telecommunications, infrastructure and insurance. Juffali’s personal fortune was considered to be $8 billion.

The collection of paintings, antiques, sculptures and objets d’art belonging to the late Walid Juffali, the Saudi billionaire at Bishopsgate House, his estate in Surrey, UK. The sale comprised of over 400 lots.

25th March 2018
Bishopsgate House

Very heavy well illustrated catalogue, includes the results sheet
Condition Excellent

Price £14.00