28 - 29 October 2009
A SET OF SIX ITALIAN BRONZE OVAL PORTRAIT PROFILE RELIEFS OF ROMAN EMPERORS
CIRCA 1965, SUPPLIED BY PIERRE DELBEE OF MAISON JANSEN
Each with identifying inscription below the truncation and roman numeral; each in a moulded gilt-metal frame with suspension loop; medium brown patina
7 in. (18 cm.) high overall (6)
Acquired by Don Bartolomé March Servera through Pierre Delbée for the Library at Miguel Angel, Madrid, circa 1965.
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James Archer Abbot, Jansen, New York, 2006, p.273 (illustrated in situ on the Library Doors).
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