20 November 2009
A COLLECTION OF FIVE VARIOUS PRESENTATION ORNAMENTS
Comprising: a chrome-plated 'Spirit of Ecstacy' Rolls Royce marque, with inscription to HRH Prince Michael of Kent, dated 1979; a silver-plated Hispano-Suiza marque, with an inscription dated 1989; a Bentley marque, with inscription to HRH Prince Michael of Kent; a model of a fighter plane, with an inscription to HRH Prince Michael of Kent dated 1999 and a model of an aeroplane with snail engines, signed 'B.J' and numbered 9/20
14 in. (35.5 cm.) wide and smaller (5)
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Please note that the model of the aeroplane with snail engines is no longer included in this lot.
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