4/1/2010 0 Comments
Not all bad on eBay
I'm conscious that my posts about 1079edmund might be damaging to other eBay sellers, so, for the sake of balance, here are two superb plaques currently on eBay. They are both highly coloured with genuine Victorian enamels. I haven't seen the items, so be sure to ask all your normal questions about damage and restoration before bidding.
Below a Crimean war plaque: 230456378539. You can see similar items on the other maritime page.
The next plaque is a Moore & Co hunting scene: 260578482659. You can see more from this series on the landscapes page.
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