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Natural History - Wulfenite Mineral Specimen

Antiquities - Natural History


LOT 535

Estimate
GBP (£) 20 - 30
EUR (€) 23 - 34
USD ($) 27 - 41
Additional Fees*

Sold for (Inc. premium): £87

NATURAL HISTORY - WULFENITE MINERAL SPECIMEN

A specimen of wulfenite on matrix, in a collector's card tray. 30 grams, 37mm (1 1/2"). [No Reserve]

Condition
Very fine condition.

Provenance
From a historic ‘Victorian Museum’ collection; from the stock of Gregory, Bottley & Lloyd (1981-2014); formerly with Gregory, Bottley & Co. (1932-1981) and previously with J. R. Gregory & Co. (1898-1932); originally in the collection of the famous James Reynolds Gregory (1858-1898). This item is part of a historic collection of fossils and minerals which has recently been reviewed by leading geological expert Dr. Ronald Bonewitz.

Date
Saturday 25th March 2017 :
Natural History

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Auction Venue:
The Court House
363 Main Road, Harwich
Essex, CO12 4DN

Viewing from noon Monday 4 September 2017

Champagne Reception: 5.30 - 9pm
Presentation by Tim Wonnacott:
6pm
Auctions start 10am BST (Lunch 1.30 - 2pm)


Tues 5 Sept 2017 (Day 1)
Antiquities
(lot 1 - 637)
Wed 6 Sept 2017 (Day 2)
Antiquities
(lot 638 - 1026)
Coins, Banknotes & Medals (lot 1101 - 1384)


Auction Venue:
Old Court House
363 Main Road
Harwich, CO12 4DN

Thurs 7 Sept 2017 (Day 3)
Antiquities
(lot 1501 - 2156)
Friday 8 Sept 2017 (Day 4)
Antiquities
(lot 2157 - 2867)
Sat 9 Sept 2017 (Day 5)
Natural History
(lot 2868 - 3038)
Coins etc (lot 3103 - 3628)

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Saturday 25th March 2017 :
Natural History

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