Something for everyone at this auction

    Something for everyone at this auction

    Bernardi Auctioneers presents their next sale of art and collectables from Numismatics and Estate Jewellery on Saturday, October 21 at 65 Thomson St, Colbyn, Pretoria at 10am.

    Session 1: Numismatics – begins at 10am and includes a variety of choice lots of gold and silver proof, uncirculated and circulated coins and medallions. Featured are Kruger Rands, SA Mint Protea coin sets of Walter and Albertina Sisulu, the New Constitiution for the people of South Africa and the Nobel Peace Prize Winners series; the Natura Series Zebra, White and Black Rhino; Nelson Mandela’s 95th birthday; FIFA World Cup; Mapungubwe and the emaSwati people as well as silver proof coins of SA and the Kingdom of Lesotho, five and two shillings and an 18ct gold replica Burgerspond.

    Session 2: Offers a Danish Georg Jensen sterling silver acorn pattern cruet set, fish server, complementary flatware and a pair of blossom pattern sugar tongs.

    An English George V silver presentation trophy presented by the Exploring Land & Minerals Company Limited, Rhodesia and rare mining presentation memorabilia from Loraine Gold Mines, will interest collectors.

    Fiddle and thread pattern flatware, Kings pattern and Spilhaus Jesmond pattern EPNS canteens of cutlery, Stuart crystal, Glengarry-Cambridge stemware and a Waterford decanter, will grace any dinner table.

    Unusual Boer War and Voortrekker memorabilia as well as a rare political poster – Nee vir Mandela en sy Klerk – will certainly attract attention.

    Various estate gold and silver jewellery pieces and watches will be sold.

    Autographs by American rock star Bruce Springsteen, New York fashion designer Reem Acra and an autographed pastel of famous boxer Muhammad Ali – signed and dated in 1993 – are sure to pique many an autograph hunter’s interest.

    Session 3: SA Art & Sculpture – is headlined by the highly revered old masterJ H Pierneef with his sought-after iconic linocut, Die Tweelinge, Stellenbosch, and two paintings, a 1929 View of Hartebeespoort Dam painted in soft pastel colours of gouache and casein and a well delineated plein aire watercolour of a Dar-es-Salaam street scene.

    Viewing from Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm at the gallery. For more infomation call 012 342 3634.

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