12 September 2000
A partially planked, rigged model of a nothern european galit (1783)
with masts, spars, foot ropes, standing and running rigging, anchors with bound wooden stocks, catheads, cleats, belaying rails and pins, windlass, cargo hatches, capstan, glazed deckhouse, companionways, water barrel, bilge pumps and other details, the hull planked on one side in contrasting woods, the otherside unplanked to reveal frames and with partially planked deck, mounted on two turned brass columns and display base with brass plate engraved Galit von - 1738 Die Stadt Elding, in mahogany framed case, with brass bound and glazed cover -- 58 x 86cm.
Contact Client Service
New York +1 212 636 2000
London +44 (0)20 7839 9060
Asia +852 2760 1766
Import VAT applies; the total amount payable is 127.5% of the hammer price.
Seven expert tips on collecting, whether you seek affordable works on paper or a museum-quality masterpiece
The Plantin Polyglot bible — offered in London on 11 July — makes an emotional homecoming to the Antwerp printing press where it was produced some 450 years ago