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Good antique Whist box, with 4 scoring panels & a draw of playing pieces, rear back foot missing, 14.5 cm wide, 15.5 cm high approx.

Two carved Chinese bamboo whist rests, Qing dynasty, one signed and inscribed 'Shaogu', the other 'Yue Bang', 25 cm long, 26.5 cm long (2). Provenance: Private collection NSW, Purchased 20 years ago in Wyndham Street, Hong Kong

Japanese inlaid whist markers both with gilt hand painted face of birds and foliage, ivory counters with mother of pearl and stone set insects, some losses. Dimensions each 9.1 x 6 x 1.1 cm

Pair of Japanese wooden whist counters, Meiji period (1868-1912), with Shibayama-style and lacquer decoration. Width 9.2 cm

Japanese Shibayama-style inlaid ivory and wood whist counter, Meiji period (1868-1912). Width 9.2 cm

S.J, London 1899 pair of silver cased whist Counters, set in sycamore and walnut, retailed by Hardy Brothers

Ivory whist counter carved with birds and insects dimensions 5 x 9.5 cm

A pair of late 19th century treen whist Counters, with gilt decoration of birds and insects.

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