A FINE ELIZABETH II SILVER SCALE MODEL OF THE SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, DAVID G. BIRCH FOR ASPREY, LONDON, 1974
A FINE ELIZABETH II SILVER SCALE MODEL OF THE SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, DAVID G. BIRCH FOR ASPREY, LONDON, 1974
A FINE ELIZABETH II SILVER SCALE MODEL OF THE SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, DAVID G. BIRCH FOR ASPREY, LONDON, 1974
A FINE ELIZABETH II SILVER SCALE MODEL OF THE SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, DAVID G. BIRCH FOR ASPREY, LONDON, 1974
A FINE ELIZABETH II SILVER SCALE MODEL OF THE SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, DAVID G. BIRCH FOR ASPREY, LONDON, 1974
A FINE ELIZABETH II SILVER SCALE MODEL OF THE SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, DAVID G. BIRCH FOR ASPREY, LONDON, 1974
A FINE ELIZABETH II SILVER SCALE MODEL OF THE SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, DAVID G. BIRCH FOR ASPREY, LONDON, 1974
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A FINE ELIZABETH II SILVER SCALE MODEL OF THE SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, DAVID G. BIRCH FOR ASPREY, LONDON, 1974

Estimate: 8,000 - 12,000 GBP

A FINE ELIZABETH II SILVER SCALE MODEL OF THE SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, DAVID G. BIRCH FOR ASPREY, LONDON, 1974

Estimate: 8,000 - 12,000 GBP

Lot Sold:10,625GBP
(6 bids, reserve met)

Lot Details

Description

A FINE ELIZABETH II SILVER SCALE MODEL OF THE SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, DAVID G. BIRCH FOR ASPREY, LONDON, 1974


finely and realistically modelled and tooled, on a wooden stand with two silver appliques, one, Made entirely by hand by Asprey & Company New Bond Street London, the other, The Sail Training Association Schooner "SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL", on a fitted wooden two-drawer stand with glass cover

boat: 76.2cm., 30in. long; 59.6cm., 23½in. high


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Condition Report

The case 95.2cm., 37 1/2 in. long. In excellent condition. Incuse stamped signature for David Birch.


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