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TOP SELLING LOTS

Roseberys, London, November 12

A set of 16 19th century Korean School ink and colour on silk studies of artisans, signed upper right, 10 x 13in (25 x 34cm).

Estimate: £1000-2000

Hammer: £40,000

Kidson-Trigg, Swindon, November 9

Kangxi mark and period blue and white bowl, 3½in (9cm), painted with a scholar leaning against a pine tree watching cranes and two boys carrying a peach and double gourd.

Estimate: £800-1200

Hammer: £32,500

Woolley & Wallis, Salisbury, November 13

Massive late Ming or early Qing bronze lion dog incense burner together with a wood plinth, 3ft 2in (95cm) high, from the collection of Edward Carter Preston (1885-1965).

Estimate: N/A

Hammer: £18,000

Mallams, Oxford, November 14

London 1908 Olympic gold medal awarded to Harold Payne Hardman, player in the Great Britain association football team and future chairman of Manchester United.

Estimate: £10,000-15,000

Hammer: £15,500

HIGHEST PRICE OVER ESTIMATE

Ewbank’s, Woking, November 8

Fine silk on linen sampler by Naomi Hannant dated April 23, 1818, 21in (52cm) square.

Estimate: £180-220

Hammer: £8000

Criterion, London, November 12

Wedgwood and Bentley black basalt bust of David Garrick, missing socle base, 15in (38cm) high.

Estimate: £60-80

Hammer: £6500

Source: Bid Barometer is a snapshot of sales on thesaleroom.com for November 8-14, 2018.

‘Highest price over estimate’ = Our selection of items from the top 10 highest hammer prices as a multiple of the high estimate paid by internet bidders on thesaleroom.com 

Top selling lots’ = Our selection of items from the top 10 highest hammer prices paid by internet bidders on thesaleroom.com