9 June 2016
A GROUP OF SILVER AND ENAMEL CIRCUS FIGURINES, BY GENE MOORE, TIFFANY & CO.
Comprising a lion's cage, a male lion, a lady equilibrist, a clown with a baby stroller, a clown in a barrel, a bear on roller skates, a red car, an elephant with a lady acrobat holding a parasol, a group of three strongmen holding up a barbell on a rug, a rearing horse, a clown on a skateboard, an animal trainer, a ball-juggling clown, a harlequin, a clown with two hoops and two acrobats swinging from a trapeze, mounted in silver
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