For goods that have not been sold during an auction, there is the possibility of an aftersale. After the relevant auction, a selection of these objects will be displayed on the aftersale page for a period of three weeks. During this period it is possible to place a bid, either online, in writing or by telephone. Your bid is only valid after you have received confirmation from the auction house. If several bidders are interested in the same lot, a new auction is created in which the person who ultimately makes the highest bid buys the lot.

13. A set of five Dutch silver rince-doigts
Fa. A. Presburg & Zoon, Haarlem, 1965

Taxation € 600 - € 800

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15. A Dutch silver pyx
Apparently unmarked, only marked with Dutch duty mark 'I'

Taxation € 600 - € 800

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115. A stainless steel Tudor Heritage Black Bay wristwatch
21st Century

Taxation € 2.000 - € 3.000

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196. Two Chinese famille verte ribbed dishes
Kangxi period (1662-1722)

Taxation € 1.200 - € 1.600

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286. A set of seven Chinese blue and white deep plates
18th century

Taxation € 600 - € 800

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323. Three Japanese shunga prints
19th century

Taxation € 600 - € 800

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342. Karel Breydel (called Le Chevalier)
Cavalry Skirmish (2x)

Taxation € 3.000 - € 5.000

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343. After François Boucher
A set of four paintings:

Taxation € 2.000 - € 4.000

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352. Adrianus Eversen
Figures in a Snow covered Street of a Dutch Town

Taxation € 4.000 - € 6.000

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496. Ger van Elk
'Western Stylemasters' (1991)

Taxation € 1.000 - € 2.000

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515. Carel Visser
Minder, Minder, Minder (Less, Less, Less) (1990)

Taxation € 15.000 - € 25.000

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544. Marlene Dumas
Fear of Babies (1986):- Collaborators son- Tripoli Baby- Chernobyl Child- Intolerant boy- Sweety Pie

Taxation € 10.000 - € 20.000

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4. A Dutch silver coffee urn on stand
Mark of Isacq Samuel Busard, The Hague, 1772, also struck with duty mark of 1795 for The Hague

Taxation € 6.000 - € 10.000

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5. An English silver teapot and cover
Mark of Thomas Wallis II, London, 1800

Taxation € 600 - € 800

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6. An English silver jug
Mark of John Lambe, London, 1788

Taxation € 600 - € 800

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8. A Dutch silver wire basket
Mark of Johannes Logerath, Amsterdam, 1783, also struck with duty mark of 1795 for Amsterdam

Taxation € 2.500 - € 3.500

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9. A pair of Empire silver salts
Mark of Cornelis Knuystingh, Rotterdam, 1809

Taxation € 1.000 - € 2.000

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10. An English silver bowl
Mark of Robert Hennel, London, 1800

Taxation € 600 - € 800

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12. A pair of Dutch silver braziers and copper liners
Mark of Cornelis de Haan, The Hague, 1777, both also struck with 'N'

Taxation € 1.500 - € 2.500

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18. An English silver cruet set
Mark of J. Hoyland & Co, Sheffield, 1777

Taxation € 800 - € 1.200

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25. A German white metal coin-set beaker
19th century, below Dutch legal silver alloy

Taxation € 800 - € 1.200

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26. A pair of German white metal candlesticks
Mark of Breyman, Dresden, 19th century, below Dutch legal silver alloy

Taxation € 600 - € 1.000

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32. An 18 carat yellow gold dress set by Pomellato
Mid-20th century

Taxation € 1.500 - € 2.500

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43. An 18 carat white gold curb link bracelet
21st Century

Taxation € 5.000 - € 7.000

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