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It was originally bought by the aristocratic family in 1878.

Many experts regard Modern Rome – Campo Vaccino as the most important Turner oil painting in private hands.

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The sale caught the interest of collectors and institutions from around the world, clearly visible from the heavy volume of people that visited the London salerooms to view the pre-sale exhibitions.

Meanwhile, a descendant of the fifth Earl of Rosebery made headlines last week by selling a Turner painting at Sotheby's for £29.7m – a new auction record for the painter.

The new redesigned #460 standard model has just a different neck design on the handle, with the only difference that now has only one ring. On the top we can read "GILLETTES BLADES", the diamond logo appears on the sides, and on the bottom there is an engraving with straight lines.

This was made to improve productivity, saving some time and money to the company. - Tapered shape case, black leather covered with "Gillette" script on the inside. 1907-1920 The old type double ring case is still being used on 19, for the first models of single ring. On the sides of the upper part there is a cleft for securing the box closure, that mathc with the lower part.

Other lots included Il Guercino's painting King David, pictured left, which achieved almost £5.2m, and a selection of George II furniture.

*Earl of Jersey The Earl of Jersey sold Sir Anthony van Dyck's Self Portrait in December for a record £8.3m, smashing pre-auction estimates of £2-3m.

But this improvement was not noticed to the public on the adverts or catalogs. All the inside of the case is covered with leather. - Old type single ring case, with "not tapered" corners. The "tapered" shape case appears for first time on the adverts and catalogs from the middle of 19. The first catalog where we can find some differences on these boxes is on the 1916 US service set catalog, when all the previous ornaments have disappeared, including the cleft closure.

On 1908 Gillette changes its corporate image, and designs the "diamond and arrow" trademark logo, including it on metal blade boxes, leather and metal cases and the back of the razors base plate. The not tapered corners single ring case (identical shape to the double ring case, but with button closing), appears for the first time on the adverts and catalogs from 1907. - Diamond Gillette logo, with some variations on the attached text. 4.- Diamond Gillette logo, with "Made in USA" after years 1913-14. - "Diamond and arrow" logo with "KNOWN THE WORLD OVER". Maybe it can be found the diamond logo on the bottom and top of the box.

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