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Top 6 nautical lots from Christie's 'Around the World' sale

Top 6 nautical lots from Christie's 'Around the World' sale

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Japanese Ship’s Telegraph

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Japanese Ship’s Telegraph from Christie's Around the World auction

Even if your own superyacht is a modern high-tech affair, a little piece of nautical heritage never goes amiss at sea. This chrome-plated ship’s telegraph was produced by Japanese firm Nunotani Keiki Seisakusho. Co. Ltd circa 1960 and is the perfect piece to take pride of place on your superyacht’s bridge – especially if your captain or crew are naval history enthusiasts.

Estimate £1,200 - £1,800, place your bid here

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Model of H.M.S. Victory

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Model of H.M.S. Victory from Christie's Around the World auction

A must for the British boat enthusiast – or any yacht owner with an interest in historic vessels – this intricate model is a brilliantly faithful representation of one of the most iconic battleships in history. Launched in 1765, H.M.S Victory was the best known of Lord Nelson’s flagships during the Battle of Trafalgar and is still the oldest naval ship in commission after becoming the flagship of the First Sea Lord in 2012. This large model dates from the mid-Twentieth century and is fully rigged and planked, mounted with flags and sails and finished with copper to the hull and an attractive mahogany display stand with a brass plaque engraved with the legend ‘H.M.S. Victory 1759’.

Estimate £1,000 - £1,500, place your bid here

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Treboul, le porte à marée basse by Bernard Buffet

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‘Treboul, le porte à marée basse’ by Bernard Buffet

If quaint French harbour towns are your idea of a perfect superyacht anchor then Bernard Buffet’s quintessential wall hanging could be the perfect addition to your art collection. Part of a 1979 numbered run of 200 after the 1972 original, this tapestry-style piece is hand-printed on wool, numbered 185 and signed on the reverse with a printed label reading © Galerie Maurice Garnier – Paris 1979, Corot 65 Champs-Elysées, Paris, Editeur de Peintres-Cartonniers.

Estimate £1,000 - £1,500, place bid here

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