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Lot 1078

Tuesday 11 Jun, 2013 - 10.00am

A small collection of 19th Century native South African artifacts including a Mashona Land Knife and two spoons use by a Chief, each approximately 5.5ins long, a hardwood chip carved head rest, 5.25ins high, and other objects, various, and a contemporary archive of letters, photographs and discharge papers relating to Mr Harry Marsh Note : Trooper Harry Marsh of the British South African Police was stationed at Fort Darwin until he was discharged in March 1988

Estimate £150 - 200 Sold for £3,800

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป