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Lot number: 394

Description: Seven white metal fob seals, one modelled as a horses head; together with a seal ring, the matrix carved with a fish.

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Lot number: 395

Description: Ten fob seals, mainly in gilt metal, including one 19th Century encrusted with flowers and a vacant carnelian matrix.

Lot: 395

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Lot number: 396

Description: A quantity of pocket watch ribbons, black with gilt mounts and some with fobs.

Lot: 396

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Lot number: 397

Description: A pocket watch ribbon of plaited hair, with gilt metal mounts and initials.

Lot: 397

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Lot number: 398

Description: An early 19th Century white metal multi seal holder, with engine turned decoration, chequer cut base, the lid opening to reveal six glass seals, each with different engravings.

Lot: 398

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Lot number: 399

Description: A 19th Century yellow metal fob seal, engraved with a calendar and set carved carnelian decorated with a bust of Bacchus.

Lot: 399

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Lot number: 400

Description: A 19th Century yellow metal fob seal, decorated overall with floral design, rock crystal matrix, engraved with initials above a phoenix and to the reverse 'Elizabeth'.

Lot: 400

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Lot number: 401

Description: Five rose gold seal fobs of different designs, all set with hard stone matrices, all but one engraved.

Lot: 401

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Lot number: 402

Description: A yellow metal fob seal decorated with floral design, engraved matrix with wishbone and 'Entre Nous'; together with another with engraved initials to bloodstone matrix.

Lot: 402

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Lot number: 403

Description: A 19th Century fob seal decorated with floral design and fluting, the engraved shaped matrix with a tree under 'Old but firm'.

Lot: 403

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Lot number: 404

Description: A late 19th Century yellow metal fob seal with blank black enamel matrix.

Lot: 404

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Lot number: 405

Description: Three small yellow metal 19th Century fob seals with engraved stone matrices; together with a late 19th Century fob seal with floral scrolls and engraved white stone matrix.

Lot: 405

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Lot number: 406

Description: A 19th Century yellow metal fob seal decorated with floral scrolls, engraved dragon crest to shaped carnelian matrix.

Lot: 406

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Lot number: 407

Description: A Victorian yellow metal fob seal decorated with floral design and fluting, engraved carnelian matrix 'Mary'.

Lot: 407

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Lot number: 408

Description: A 9ct. gold 19th Century style fob seal, decorated throughout with floral designs, set with blank bloodstone matrix.

Lot: 408

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Lot number: 409

Description: A 19th Century 9ct. gold fob seal with scrolls, set with blank onyx matrix.

Lot: 409

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Lot number: 410

Description: A 9ct. gold seal fob florally decorated overall, set with blank onyx matrix.

Lot: 410

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Lot number: 411

Description: A 19th Century yellow metal fob seal decorated with floral scrolls and fluting, set with a carnelian matrix engraved with initials 'T.N.'

Lot: 411

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Lot number: 412

Description: A 19th Century yellow metal fob seal decorated with scrolls, the white stone matrix engraved with an erotic scene.

Lot: 412

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Lot number: 415

Description: A Virgin U.K. promotional poster for the single 'God Save The Queen', designed by Jamie Reid, 27th May 1977,
framed and glazed
27 x 36 1/2in. (69 x 93cms) overall.

Literature: featured on page 80 of 'Satellite Sex Pistols' by Paul Burgess and Alan Parker; also featured on page 51 of 'God Save The...Sex Pistols' by Gavin Walsh.

Lot: 415

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Lot number: 416

Description: A Virgin U.K. promotional poster for the album 'Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols', 1977, designed by Jamie Reid and John Varnom,
framed and glazed,
41 x 27in. (104 x 69cms) overall.

Note: these original posters were given away free with the first 1000 copies of the album.

Lot: 416

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Lot number: 417

Description: Anarchy in the U.K. magazine, issue No.1, designed by Jamie Reid, Sophie Richmond and Vinienne Westwood, printed by Zigzag, published by Glitterbest Ltd, signed by Jamie Reid with the Arcova symbol and '02'; mounted with certificate of authenticity signed by Reid and Joe Larmour-Jones,
framed and glazed,
33 x 19in. (84 x 48cms) overall.

Provenance: The certificate states the the magazine comes from Jamie Reid's personal archive collection, dated Tuesday 19th November 2002 and was sold to Mr. E. Lock.

Lot: 417

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Lot number: 418

Description: A Virgin U.K. promotional poster for the album 'Pretty Vacant', 1977, titled 'Dance to the Sex Pistols,
famed and glazed,
29 x 41in. (74 x 104cms) overall.

Note: the images in this poster were taken from a film shot at a gig at The Screen on The Green, London.

Lot: 418

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Lot number: 419

Description: A Virgin U.K. promotional poster for the single 'Holidays in the Sun', October 1977, designed by Jamie Reid,
framed and glazed,
29 x 29 1/2in. (73 x 75cms) overall.

Note: This poster design was quickly changed after the Belgian Tourist Board sued Virgin as it was too close to the design of their brochure with the words changed. The second design was a monochrome beach scene.

Literature: featured on page 103 of 'Satellite Sex Pistols' by Paul Burgess and Alan Parker.

Lot: 419

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Lot number: 420

Description: A Virgin U.K. promotional poster for the single of 'Something Else', February 1979,
framed and glazed,
42 1/2 x 30 1/2in. (108 x 78cms) overall.

Literature: featured on page 108 of 'Satellite Sex Pistols' by Paul Burgess and Alan Parker.

Lot: 420

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Lot number: 421

Description: A signed black and white photograph of the Sex Pistols by Johnny Rotten,
framed and glazed,
10 3/4 x 13 1/2in. (27.5 x 34cms) overall;
a novel by Michael Moorcock,
designed by Pearce Marchbank for Virgin 1980,
framed and glazed,
16 1/2 x 14 1/2in. (37 x 42cms) overall;
a Sid Vicious 25 year anniversary first day cover,
mounted with a certificate of authenticity,
framed and glazed,
12 1/2 x 12in. (31.5 x 31cms) overall. (3)

Provenance: the Johnny Rotten signature was purchased from Eddie Lock, Coach House, Maidstone, Kent.

Literature: the Michael Moorcock novel is featured on page 105 of Satellite Sex Pistols' by Paul Burgess and Alan Parker.

Lot: 421

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Lot number: 422

Description: A signed photograph of Steve Jones, reading in gold pen 'To Mark, all the best for the No Future, Steve Jones',
framed and glazed,
14 3/4 x 12 3/4in. (33 x 38cms) overall;
a signed entrance ticket to the Punk76! exhibition at the Discovery Museum by Pauline Murray, lead singer with Penetration, reading in ball point pen 'To Mark with love, Pauline',
framed and glazed,
7 1/2 x 9 1/2in. (18.5 x 24.5cms) overall. (2)

Provenance: the Steve Jones signature was signed for the vendor through Eddie Lock on his visit to America where he visited Steve; the Pauline Murray signature was signed for the vendor at the exhibition where he was a guest as he exhibited items within this collection.

Lot: 422

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Lot number: 423

Description: A Limited Edition Poster of Sid Vicious
numbered 2123 out of an edition of 3000
glazed and framed
26 1/2 x 19 1/4in. (67.5 x 49cms) overall.

Note: This was a promotional poster for a concerted titled 'Sid Sods Off' at the Electric Ballroom, Camden Town, London, 15th August 1978 to raise money for his trip to America.

Lot: 423

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Lot number: 424

Description: A double sided flyer titled 'Pistols in Prison'
signed and dated 'Terry 19/9/76'
framed and glazed on both sides
17 x 13 1/2in. (43 x 34cms) overall.

Note: This flyer reports on the Sex Pistols gig in Chelmsford High Security Prison, 17th September 1976.
Featured pages 30/31 of Satellite Sex Pistols by Paul Burgess and Alan Parker written by Dave Goodman.

Lot: 424

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Lot number: 425

Description: A signed card, post 1996, signed in felt pen by Glenn Matlock, Steve Jones, Johnny Rotten and Paul Cook, mounted below an NME Sex Pistols logo,
framed and glazed,
20 x 13in. (51 x 33cms).

Lot: 425

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