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Antiques and Fine Art Sale - March 2009

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Francis Leggatt Chantrey (1781 - 1842), after, James Watt, a plaster library bust, inscribed to verso Francis Chantrey 18?, turned plinth, 66cm high  Provenance: Given to Sir William Bagshawe of Wormhill Hall, Near Buxton, Derbyshire by Chantrey, a close personal friend in 1820 and thence by descent.   Several marble busts of Watt were produced, with the engineer ordering one himself in 1814 at a cost of
sold for £2600.00

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Francis Leggatt Chantrey (1781 - 1842), after, James Watt, a plaster library bust, inscribed to verso Francis Chantrey 18?, turned plinth, 66cm high Provenance: Given to Sir William Bagshawe of Wormhill Hall, Near Buxton, Derbyshire by Chantrey, a close personal friend in 1820 and thence by descent. Several marble busts of Watt were produced, with the engineer ordering one himself in 1814 at a cost of

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