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Robert & Reinhold Brendel, Germany, 1821-1927 | Three Didactic Botanical Models

UK: Greenford Park WarehouseReservesVAT applies to buyers outside the UK

Estimate:

2,500

to
- 3,000 GBP

Robert & Reinhold Brendel, Germany, 1821-1927 | Three Didactic Botanical Models

Robert & Reinhold Brendel, Germany, 1821-1927 | Three Didactic Botanical Models

Estimate:

2,500

to
- 3,000 GBP

Lot sold:

5,040

GBP

Robert & Reinhold Brendel

Germany, 1821-1927

Three Didactic Botanical Models


papier-mâché, ebonised wood

with identifying labels for Rape Flower (Brassica), Pea Flower (Pisum) and Potato Flower (Solanum)

height approx. 48cm., 44cm., 44cm.; 1ft. 7in., 1ft. 5 1/4 in., 1ft. 5 1/4 in.

Each model with some old marks and losses to paint. Black adhesive tape to base of each stem. The support of rape flower re-glued to base.


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‘Please note that where the buyer is from within the UK the lot is sold with no VAT symbol. Where the buyer resides outside the UK the lot is invoiced as if it bore the “†” symbol.’

‘Please note that where the buyer is from within the UK the lot is sold with no VAT symbol. Where the buyer resides outside the UK the lot is invoiced as if it bore the “†” symbol.’