Tue, 8th Nov 2016 12:00

Maritime and Scientific Models, Instruments & Art ('Torch')

 
  Lot 74
 

74

A FOUDROYANT COPPER BUST OF NELSON<br/>after...

A FOUDROYANT COPPER BUST OF NELSON
after Flaxman with provenance impressed to rear of socle, and maker's mark 'R&I' to left shoulder, mounted on wooden base, 10½in. (25.5cm.) high; together with a Foudroyant copper and oak wall plaque depicting the wreck with period provenance label behind; a shoe horn; a copper roundel; a snuff box; a copper repoussé picture of Victory, an iron cannonball from Victory and two cast iron fireplace plaques for Lords Nelson and Howe
(9)

Sold for £992
Estimated at £250 - £350

(inc. buyer's premium of 24%)


 
A FOUDROYANT COPPER BUST OF NELSON
after Flaxman with provenance impressed to rear of socle, and maker's mark 'R&I' to left shoulder, mounted on wooden base, 10½in. (25.5cm.) high; together with a Foudroyant copper and oak wall plaque depicting the wreck with period provenance label behind; a shoe horn; a copper roundel; a snuff box; a copper repoussé picture of Victory, an iron cannonball from Victory and two cast iron fireplace plaques for Lords Nelson and Howe
(9)