R.M.S. Olympic - 1991 Auction
1447 Two panelled oak cabin doors, 25 in. x 80 in. and 25¼ in. x 79¼ in.
Price realized: £290
1448 Two oak cabin doors with louvred ventilation panels below, 28 in. x 80¼ in. and 25¼ in. x 79¾ in.
Price realized: £460
1449 A green painted oak panel from the Aft staircase, Promenade deck inscribed in chalk on the reverse, “Promenade, Aft Staircase SS 400” “Stair Way Aft End”, 29 in. x 62¼ in. high.
Price realized: £?
1450 A 6¾ in. circular brass ship’s clock with paper dial and striking movement. Provenance: Believed by the vendor to have been purchased at the dispersal sale of the S.S. Olympic by his father.
Price realized: £170
1451 A pair of ormolu three-light wall brackets believed to be from the first class lounge with acanthus leaf scrolling decoration, moulded sconces and mounts, 17 in. high (incomplete) (one bearing original sale tag).
Provenance: The Vendor of this lot is the grandson of the original owner of the White Swan Hotel, Alnwick, Northumberland, who was responsible for the purchase and installation of fittings from the S/S Olympic into the ballroom of the hotel. These light fittings were never installed and are in their original condition.
Price realized: £140
END OF OLYMPIC SALE.
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