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Lot 1054

Tuesday 10 Jun, 2014 - 12.00am

A 19th Century Buckley slipware whistle/money box with yellow trailed slip on a brown ground over a red body, the top surmounted by a bird whistle (tail broken and missing), 7ins high, a 19th Century "Onion" shaped money box with brown lead glaze over a red body, 3.25ins high (cracked), and a 19th Century brown stoneware money box, 5.25ins high (incised "J.W." to base)

Estimate £180 - 250 Sold for £170

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป