17 item(s) found:

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The celebrated Claude Debussy's flamboyant ivory conductor's baton, marks indicating where the silver mounts once were set. This baton is exceptionally large at 58 cm long. Provenance: While studying music in Paris in his youth, Richard befriended his musi

Two various conductors Batons, including Beeac Orchestra 1912 presentation plaque; & black japanned fancy silver mounted with silver tip.

Cased hallmarked sterling silver Conductor's baton. London 1914, maker OO. Length 52 cm

An Australian silver-mounted Conductor's baton presentation inscrription dated 1924; W. Kerr. Length 41 cm

An 18ct gold tipped cane baton, Thomas Brigg & Sons of London, London,1904 the rattan cane baton mounted with a plain gold tip, marked '18ct', inscribed 'NM' 74 cm long. Property from the Collection of Dame Nellie Melba GBE

Sterling silver mounted ebony conductors baton in original case with presentation inscription

Vintage conductor's baton with sterling silver finials, presented H.W. James Port Elliot, November 4th 1901

A Meissen miniature bowls and basket, each with flower encrusting and painted butterflies, together with two Meissen demitasses each with painted reserves. Blue cross baton marks. Basket 3 cm high, 9 cm wide.

1908 conductor's 2 piece baton in silver and ebonized wood. The 3 silver fittings hallmarked. The centre fitting inscribed 'To J.A. Loudoun As a Token of Esteem From the Members of Hurstville Brass Band 29.1.08'. with presentation case. An unusual piece of

An antique silver conductor's baton with ivory handle, English, circa 1900, with silver hallmarks. 54 cm long

An ebony Victorian conductor's baton with silver mounts. 51.5 cm long

Ebony baton with sterling silver fittings 51 cm long. Hallmarked London 1899.

Very rare original leather cased 19th century ivory Conductor's baton, with chased rolled decoration and engraved (presented to Mr. R. Dyson, April 1894 etc.)

Cased presentation conductors baton 1902 ebony shaft; hallmarked and engraved silver mounts; inscribed Numurkah Competition 1902 1st prize A. W. Pollock, in leatherette case.

Conductor's baton (19th century) with silver mounts by J.M. Wendt

Edwardian sterling silver mounted ivory Conductor's baton, London, 1906 of typical tapered form, with silver bands in original case length 45 cm