Filming with 16mm film in the 1930's with a Kino-Kamera and showing the movie with a Filmo 57 projector
recently sold by
Delta 98 Den Haag
The Hague, The Netherlands
made circa 1928 by Bell & Howell, Chicago, USA
in it's original potable case, with inside a charming little bottle
Bell & Howell Film Oil
recently sold by Delta 98 Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands:
an antique 19th Century walking stick / cane
extremely rare, because made of terrazzo,
a technique of very small pieces of marble or stone set into a binding mixture
the top handle is formed as a horse hoof, the length circa 95cm
a dandy's accessory:
the top handle as a sweet dog's head with glass eyes, length circa 108cm
Antique turquoise, petrol, blue-green, green-blue, Bristol green white wine glasses from Delta 98 Den Haag
How delightful it can be:
drinking wine from 160-260 year old glasses
18th and 19th century white wine glasses
in the color ranges of
turquoise, petrol, bluish green, greenish blue, sometimes called Bristol green
all sold by or available at
Delta 98 Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands -
a huge, more than 5 feet long, antique, forged iron sword with waved blade, known as:
a specialized and effective infantry weapon, to be used during a fight amoung pike-squares in the 16th and 17th Century
other names: two-handed great sword, wave-bladed two-handed sword, flame sword, flambard, Zweihander Flammenschwert, espee a deux mains, spada da due mani, double-hander, Dopplehander, Bidenhander, both-hander, slaughtersword, Schlachterschwert, claymore, claidheamh-more, the name Flammberg is said to be inaccurate.
an art deco, pâte-de-verre glass vase
Les loups dans la neige - Wolves in the snow
designed circa 1926, by
Joseph-Gabriel Argy-Rousseau (France, 1885-1953)
recently sold in commission by
Delta 98 Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands,
provenance: a private Dutch collection
an antique, late 18th Century, full round carved wooden statue of
Saint Anthony of Padua with the Holy Child Jesus,
with remains of gold on his decorated robe
She is lovely,
this 16th -17th Century carved wooden girl
with her simple dress, her repainted face and her missing arms.
When you touch the wood, you know her age.
When you think it's a saint, you change your mind because there are no signs for that.
When you look at her dress, you know she is a working class girl.
Nothing holy about that.
Then you discover a square piece at the front of her body.
You know relics or something precious can be inside,
a letter, some hair ...
Then the whole could be called a reliquary.
We did not open it.
Neither the new owner, but she did gave this girl a name:
"because she is belle"
Anabelle traveled through time,
just like Catweazle in the 1970's television series,
with the title role played by Geoffrey Bayldon.
Catweazle had a friend, a toad, called Touchwood.
I touch wood and hope Anabelle has a secret
and that she will keep it forever.
sold by Delta 98 Den Haag, The Hague, The Netherlands
a rare set, because four matching, gilt bronze candelabras,
made during the Louis Seize period, 1770-1800,
in their circa 230 year old, used, unrestored and not pimped-up state,
with rams heads, hoof feet, tripod architecture, garlands of flowers,
standing on a base with friezes and rows of pearls.
Now in a private collection.