Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Six early 20th century pieces to include: a framed trio of coin size patinated cast metal portraits, depicting General Guillaume-Henri Dufour, the Swiss general, engineer, topographer, and co-founder of the International Committee of the Red Cross (4.5 x 3.5 in) (wear to frame); a framed pair of white metal portraits mounted into a rectangular plaque, depicting Arthur Duke of Wellington and a personification of Britain (5.25 x 7.5in.) (wear to frame); a circular coin size portrait of Lois Phillippe I, the last king of France from 1830-1848 (3.25 in.); a cut glass and composition portrait of a French general (3.25 in.); a framed red wax portrait of a French general mounted within a square wood frame with concave tondo (6 in.) (crack to wax portrait with rubbing and wear to surface, crack to frame); a framed patinated metal portrait of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (French, 1712-1778) mounted within a square wood frame with concave tondo (8 x 7.5 in.) (wear to patinated metal surface and frame).Private Collection of a North Carolina Gentleman
Not examined out of the frames.