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  • Steve McQueen 'Bullitt' Original Vintage Movie Poster, Japanese, 1968
    Located in Devon, GB
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  • 18th Century Rare Italian Antique Cerimonial Stick Belonged to a Count
    Located in Casale Monferrato, IT
    This rare and curious item is a walnut wood ceremonial stick with a large brass handle. It was used by a man in charge called the dealer who precedes the important person during civil ceremonies with the intent of announcing his entry. This stick on the brass handle has an engraved crown...
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  • Steve McQueen 'Bullitt' Original Vintage US One Sheet Movie Poster, 1968
    Located in Devon, GB
    In one of his most famous roles at the pinnacle of his career, Steve McQueen is the essence of cool as tough cop Frank Bullitt in this action-packed 1968 crime thriller, featuring on...
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  • Steve McQueen 'The Blob' Original Vintage Japanese B2 Movie Poster, 1965
    Located in Devon, GB
    A young Steve McQueen is pitched as the main event on this incredibly rare B2 poster for the first Japanese release of the cult drive-in era classic ‘The Blob’ in 1965, cashing in on the king of cool’s box office draw at the height of his popularity. A relative unknown only seven years prior, McQueen had not been pictured on anything but the theatrical lobby cards at the time of the original US release in 1958 and was credited as ‘Steven McQueen.’ Perfectly epitomising the schlock sci-fi B movie, ‘The Blob’ starred a 28-year old McQueen in his first leading role as a rebel teen who discovers the gelatinous alien invader wreaking havoc throughout his small Pennsylvania community and tries to warn the sceptical townspeople before it is too late. Distributed by Paramount as the B movie to ‘I Married a Monster...
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  • Valuable Artistic Property Belonging to the Estate of the Late Stanford White
    Located in North Yorkshire, GB
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  • Gold and Agate Snuff Box Belonging to Anne, First Duchess of Buccleuch
    Located in Lymington, Hampshire
    This oval gold snuff box is inscribed with a crest of ‘a stag trippant’ within mantling of upright ostrich plumes tied with a bow, all below a ducal coronet and above a cypher of the entwined initials ‘B.A.B.’ for Anne of Buccleuch. English, circa 1670. Provenance: Anne, 1st Duchess of Buccleuch Anne Scott, 1st Duchess of Buccleuch (1651-1732) was a wealthy Scottish peeress. After her father died when she was a few months old, and her sisters by the time she was 10, she inherited the family’s titles. She was married, at 12 years old, to James, 1st Duke of Monmouth, the eldest illegitimate son of Charles II, then 14. Following the king’s death in February 1685, James spearheaded an anti-Catholic revolt to depose the new king, James II, and claim the throne from his uncle. The brief Monmouth Rebellion ended in defeat and James, by then Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch, was executed for treason. The Duchess had six children by Monmouth, and a further three by her second husband, Charles, 3rd Baron Cornwallis, whom she married in 1688. She died in 1732 and was succeeded by her grandson, Francis, Earl of Dalkeith. The style of chasing used on this box is very reminiscent of a signed piece in the Gilbert...
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