1916 and all that at Whyte’s

1916 and all that at Whyte’s View Gallery
Kitty Kiernan vanity case (€3,000-€5,000).

Kitty Kiernan’s vanity case and General John Maxwell’s surprisingly dandyish headgear are among the prime lots on offer at the Eclectic Collector sale this week

Whyte’s sale this week lives up to its name, with lots ranging from a Paul Henry travel poster (€600-€800), and an Irish 18th-century fowling gun (€2,000-€3,000), to autographed photographs of the Rolling Stones (€150-€200), a James II silver piece of Williamite ‘Gun Money’ (€2,500-€3,000), and Winston Churchill’s cigar, to be sold with a presentation copy of his six-volume work The Second World War (€800-€1,200).

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