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I wonder what the selling price will be :whistle:

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Nice Grand Gordon from 1900s-1920s time period

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I wonder how the breast star is hanging on...

Looks pretty risky :lol:

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Thanks.

Well, if that would be the hammer price I'd take it :D

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Well, if that would be the hammer price I'd take it :D

For this to happen we need eBay :lol:

I wonder if the price will be above or beyond 50 k's ...

Let's wait and see :whistle:

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Note the orange writing under the price. It says that the reserve price has not been met.

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Note the orange writing under the price. It says that the reserve price has not been met.

Wise seller! :lol:

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¥ 1 400 000 and two hours to go...

Asking minimal price has not been met :whistle:

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Yep, around $ 20 500.

No wonder "reserve not met" ;)

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This set came (approximately) from 1910s - 1920s period.

Somebody wore this baby ... :whistle:

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Somebody wore this baby ... :whistle:

Yes, obviously.

I have to say despite the fact that the chrysanthemum is the highest order I like the design of the paulownia way more. The red enamel just does it for me.

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I agree.

桐花章 is one of the most beautiful orders in the world.

Period!

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And if this wasn't enough at the same time we have a rising sun with paulownian flowers:

http://page7.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/g128845891

By the way, from which period comes this piece?

In a few months this link will be dead, so let`s add a few photos of this set (for the future readers of this thread ... if there will be any :whistle:)

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