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    Sale 2782

    LIECHTENSTEIN: Property from the Collection of the Princely House of Liechtenstein.

    1 April 2008, Amsterdam

  • Lot 61

    TWO WROUGHT-IRON DOOR KNOCKERS

    SPANISH OR ITALIAN, 17TH CENTURY

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    TWO WROUGHT-IRON DOOR KNOCKERS
    SPANISH OR ITALIAN, 17TH CENTURY
    Each of horseshoe shape pierced with Gothic motifs, one with inventory numbers B23 and InN. 265 the other with paper label Eisgrub 19/783, a paper label numbered 235 and inscribed in red B353
    Together with a wrought iron ornament possibly for a window grille, 17th Century, South European, with a paper inventory label inscribed B21 and an oval label numbered 259 - 20 x 20 cm.; A wrought-iron lockplate, possibly South German, 16th or 17th Century, with an oval paper label numbered 247 and marked in red B22 - 31 x 31 cm.; And a wrought-iron lock and key, 16th Century, marked in red B64 and with oval label numbered 259; the lock 7 x 7 cm; the key 6 cm. (5)


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    Provenance

    Vienna, before 1944.
    Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 1944.
    The horseshoe shaped wrought-iron door knockers:
    Schloss Eisgrub, Lednice, before 1883.
    Gartenpalais, Rossau, Vienna, 1883.
    Vienna, before 1944.
    Schloss Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 1944.