€150 - €250
A MIXED LOT INCLUDES: (i) A REVILLE CORONATION VELVET BUTTERFLY, in original box which state: ‘made from the same all silk purple velvet used for the Coronation robe of His Majesty King George VI and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’, (ii) A Queen Victoria silver crown with an engraved mount to the reverse with the name Ethel, and a small loop for a chain to go through. (iii) An 1826 English shilling; obverse features the bare head of King George IV facing left, with the legend ‘Georgius IV Dei Gratia’, and the date below. Reverse shows a rampant lion standing upon a crown, with rose, thistle & shamrock below. (iv) An enamelled Queen Victoria silver coin brooch/pendant, decorated with colourful enamel to the front and to the back can be seen the obverse showing Queen Victoria facing left. Dated to the front 1887. (v) An empty mourning locket clasp, unmarked possibly gold, (vi) A rolled gold mounted button, (vii) A miniature gold buckle, engraved with patent number to the back (viii) A tortoise shell veneered hinged trinket box, (ix) a ceramic perfume bottle. (10 items).