London, South Kensington
24 March 2004
A SMALL COLLECTION OF FISHING EQUIPMENT
EARLY 20TH CENTURY
Comprising:- a hinged keep net, with bamboo shaft and four gaffer hooks, Sir Clive Coates-Bart's fishing rod in a leather case, a Victorian green-painted tole 'creel' tin, late 19th Century - 11½ in. (29 cm.) wide;
The golf clubs:-
The Harris Family, Brackenburgh Tower, Cumbria, sold Sotheby's Country House sale, West Wycombe Park, 22-24 June 1998, lot 1168.
The leather case:- The Milnes Coates family, Helperby Hall, Yorkshire, sold Tenants, 12-13 June 1989, lot 531a.
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