物品 "Bonhams"

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An ivory netsuke of a badger sake seller
An ivory netsuke of a badger sake seller\nEdo period (1615-1868), 19th century\nWearing a lotus leaf hat, standing, facing ahead, holding a lotus leaf with one hand and a gourd flask with the other, the slightly worn ivory with a good patina and the eyes inlaid, its bushy tail curling up over its back forming the himotoshi; unsigned. 4.8cm (1 7/8in) high. Bonhams
Four various blue and white printed earthenware platters, circa 1820-30
Four various blue and white printed earthenware platters, circa 1820-30\nComprising a small deep example printed with the 'Grazing Rabbits' pattern, 37cm, a large platter in the 'Benevolent Cottagers' pattern with figures including a blind man telling stories to a group of children and a standing lady, 53cm, another large platter from the 'Antique Scenery' series, printed with a view of Lancaster within a floral border, 54cm and a small platter with a scene from the 'British Views' series, with a lake in the foreground, 34.5cm (4)\nThis lot is part of the Rowland Williams Collection Bonhams
c.1923 Henderson 1,301cc Deluxe Four Engine no. B3811
c.1923 Henderson 1,301cc Deluxe Four\nEngine no. B3811\n* The most famous of the American fours\n* 100mph Deluxe model\n* Restored condition\n\nOne of the most charismatic names in American motorcycling history, Henderson produced nothing but four-cylinder motorcycles in the course of its 19-year existence. Founded by Tom and William Henderson in Detroit in 1912, the firm passed into the control of Chicago-based cycle maker Ignaz Schwinn, owner of Excelsior, in 1917. Schwinn shifted production from Detroit to the Excelsior factory in Chicago and the Hendersons soon moved on. Tom left the industry but William went on to found the Ace motorcycle company - later taken over by Indian - and thereby had a hand in the design of all the major American-built fours.\n\nAlthough early models featured an unusually lengthy frame extending well forward of the engine, the Henderson, like the contemporary Indian and Harley-Davidson, was an advanced design for its day. Displacing 965cc initially, the air-cooled cylinders were arranged longitudinally in the frame and employed mechanically operated 'F-head' (inlet-over-exhaust) valve gear. There was single-gear transmission but the Henderson outclassed its rivals for convenience by having a clutch and a hand-crank starter instead of pedals. A shorter frame, folding kickstarter and three-speed sliding-gear transmission were all Henderson features by 1917.\n\nAfter the take-over, Schwinn soon abandoned the Henderson's original design, which was replaced by one drawn up by Henderson engineer Arthur O Lemon. Introduced for 1920, the all-new Excelsior-built Henderson Model K boasted a 1,301cc sidevalve engine equipped with forced lubrication, a twin-downtube frame, strengthened front fork and enclosed rear chain. Modifications to the Deluxe (introduced for 1922) mainly concentrated on improvements to the gearbox. Top speed was a guaranteed 80mph and with the optional alloy pistons installed a Deluxe could touch 100mph, an astonishing performance for the time and one matched by few contemporary cars.\n\nEquipped with the three-speed gearbox first introduced for 1917, this well restored example of one of the most desirable of all American motorcycles is offered with an Automotoclub Storico Italiano certificate. Bonhams
A black-painted plaster figure of a sailor boy Probably late 19th century
A black-painted plaster figure of a sailor boy\nProbably late 19th century\nFacing forwards, wearing a neckerchief, his hands in the pockets of his breeches, wearing square-toed shoes, raised on a rectangular plinth with rocks, shells and a starfish, 143cm high Bonhams
A Worcester saucer Circa 1770, with some later decoration
A Worcester saucer\nCirca 1770, with some later decoration\nfactory decorated with the 'Gold Queen's' pattern and gilt dentil rim, later decorated with swags of fruit, pale yellow ground sections and puce scrollwork, 12.4cm diam Bonhams

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Customer Services & Bids, Los Angeles
7601 W. Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles CA 90046
T: +1 323 850 7500
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Customer Services & Bids, San Francisco
220 San Bruno Avenue
San Francisco CA 94103
T: +1 415 503 3550
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Customer Services, UK
101 New Bond Street
London
W1S 1SR
T: +44 20 7447 7447
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Customer Services & Bids, New York
580 Madison Avenue
New York NY 10022
T: +1 212 644 9001
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Customer Services, Australia
76 Paddington Street
Paddington
Sydney NSW 2021
T: +61 2 8412 2222
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