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The Most Noble Order of the Garter, K.G., a fine Georgian Knight’s breast star by Garrard, silver, gold and enamels, 103 x 100mm., the reverse centre plate engraved ‘RJ & S. GARRARD Goldsmiths &c. TO THE KING and THE ROYAL FAMILY.’, not fitted with pin but the eight principal points of the star pierced for sewing directly to the coat, circa 1822-27, sold with a length of silk sash ribbon, extremely fine and scarce £8000-10000
Sold for £12,000
The Most Noble Order of the Garter, K.G., a Victorian Garter, circa 1850-60, the blue silk Garter with legend embroidered in gilt wire letters, silver-gilt buckle, overall wear and tarnished gilt, otherwise very fine £2000-2500
Sold for £1,550
The Most Ancient and Noble Order of the Thistle, K.T., a rare and unusually large Knight’s breast star, 128 x 118mm., silver, gold and enamels, circa 1800-10, the faceted and pierced silver Cross of Saint Andrew with similar rays issuing from between its angles is of the sprung section type, the springs fashioned in gold, the eight principal points with gold sew-on eyelets, the turned gold centre, 43mm. diameter, bearing a Thistle enamelled in...
Sold for £13,000
The Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick, K.P., a fine Victorian Knight’s badge, 58 x 30mm. including suspension loop, gold, enamelled both sides, circa 1850, extremely fine £3500-4000
Sold for £4,500
The Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick, K.P., an attractive jewelled Knight’s breast star, 84 x 72mm., silver, gold and enamels, the centre set throughout with small diamonds, the reverse inscribed ‘C. F. HANCOCK JEWELLER 39 BRUTON STREET LONDON’, and fitted with gold pin for wearing, good very fine £4000-5000
Sold for £8,500
The Royal Guelphic Order, G.C.H. (Civil) a magnificent Knight Grand Cross sash badge, 108 x 74mm. excluding suspension ring, 22 carat gold and enamels, hallmarked on top loop and in reverse centre, London 1835, maker’s mark ‘WN’ for William Neale, small chip to blue enamel before obverse motto and some very minor loss to wreaths, otherwise nearly extremely fine and rare £5000-6000
Sold for £7,200
The Royal Guelphic Order, G.C.H. (Civil) Knight Grand Cross breast star, 80mm. diameter, silver, gold and enamels, circa 1830-36, the reverse inscribed ‘RUNDELL BRIDGE & Co. Jewellers To their Majesties and all the Royal Family Ludgate Hill London’, and fitted with gold pin for wearing, scratch to white horse and minor damage to wreath, otherwise good very fine and scarce £3000-3500
Sold for £4,300
This collection was sold on 25 March 2013.
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