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Lot 849

Tuesday 06 Feb, 2018 - 10.00am

A late George III sampler worked in coloured silks by Mary Clark "Her Sampler, Age 12 Years, March 1813. Long Live the King" - "Wrought at Mrs Hobsters Spilsby, Lincolnshire", with alphabets, an improving verse, symbols and animals, within a running floral border, 16.75ins x 12.5ins, and another sampler worked by Elizabeth Ann Oakley (?), aged 10 years, worked in coloured wools with animals, birds, trees and an alphabet, 15ins x 15ins, both framed and glazed

Estimate £150 - 200 Sold for £220

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป