13 July 2004,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 239
GBP 250 - GBP 300
J.J. Baron, circa 1810
A young gentleman, in a dark grey coat and white waistcoat, curly hair; and a gentleman, facing right in a blue coat (French School, circa 1820)
the former signed and inscribed 'JJ Baron, marque d'amitié', gilt-metal frame with lock of hair reverse; the latter in gilt-metal frame with hairwork monogram FCB on reverse with inscription 'notre union fait notre accord'
oval and cicular, 1 11/16 in. (43 mm.) and 1¾ in. (44 mm.) high/diam.; and a young gentleman, in a black coat, patterned cravat and beard (cracked); and a print said to be of the architect, Sir John Soane (1753-1837) (4)
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