A boardroom waterline display model of the bulk carrier M.V. Bishopsgate, originally built by Sir James Laing & Sons Ltd., Sunderland, for the Bishopsgate Shipping Co. Ltd., London 1960,
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A boardroom waterline display model of the bulk carrier M.V. Bishopsgate, originally built by Sir James Laing & Sons Ltd., Sunderland, for the Bishopsgate Shipping Co. Ltd., London 1960,

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A boardroom waterline display model of the bulk carrier M.V. Bishopsgate, originally built by Sir James Laing & Sons Ltd., Sunderland, for the Bishopsgate Shipping Co. Ltd., London 1960,
with signal masts, anchors, winch, fairleads, bollards, ventilators, deck rails, companionways, deck winches, hatches, aft superstructure with bridge and crew accommodation, awning staunchions, three boats in davits, derricks and other details. The hull, finished in brown, black, green-grey and white, is mounted on a painted moulded and carved seascape, display base with legend (some old damage, cover missing) -- 8 x 42¼in. (20 x 107.3cm.)
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No VAT will be charged on the hammer price, but VAT at 17.5% will be added to the buyer's premium which is invoiced on a VAT inclusive basis.
This lot, if not cleared by 5.00pm on Thursday 9 November 2000, will be removed and may be cleared after 9.00am on Friday 10 November 2000 from the warehouse of Cadogan Tate Fine Art Removals Limited. (See below.) Cadogan Tate Ltd., Fine Art Services Cadogan House, 2 Relay Road, London W12 7SJ. Telephone: 44 (0) 20 8735 3700. Facsimile: 44 (0) 20 8735 3701. Rates (Ephemera, Ship's Fittings, Models) A transfer and administration charge of £18.50 per lot will be payable and a storage charge of £3.20 per lot per day will then come into effect. These charges are payable to Cadogan Tate and are subject to VAT and an insurance surcharge.
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