Gandhiji Gold Plated Glasses price in London.

Gandhiji Gold Plated Glasses price in London.



Gandhiji Gold Plated Glasses price in London.


Gandhiji Gold Plated Glasses price in London.


'Mahatma Gandhi Ji's Glasses' is part of a series of military, history and classic auctions that will go on sale online on August 21.

Mahatma Gandhi's gold-plated glasses have been put up an auction in England. He wore these glasses when he lived in South Africa. It is reminiscent of their early days at that time. In 1893, Gandhiji went to South Africa for the first time. This time he wore these glasses. It is estimated in England to be between 10 thousand to 15 thousand pounds.

According to the East Bristol Auctions House in Hanham, south-west England, "we were surprised that a pair of glasses wrapped in their letterbox might have such a glorious history behind it." It is estimated that it belonged to Mahatma Gandhi Ji's. The whole world knows about Mahatma Gandhi ji, a symbol of anti-colonial nationalism, political morality and nonviolent resistance. Auctioneer Andy Stowe said this was a historically significant discovery.

He said it could be interesting and if it doesn't have any significance you can destroy it.

The glasses were already priced at £ 6000 at an online auction, and the glasses were found at an unknown old dealer in England who had these glasses. Between 1910 and 1930, he said his uncle had got these glasses when he was working at British Petroleum in South Africa. Notably, Gandhiji left South Africa in 1914. also read this: TikTok leading the legal battle against America.

According to Stowe, the salesman's father told the story 50 years ago. According to him, there is some evidence that the glasses had mixed dates. It also mentions the date Gandhiji wore his glasses for the first time. It is thought to be one of his earliest glasses. According to Stowe, it's in white envelopes that can be easily stolen, thrown out, or destroyed in a box. He explained that this is the biggest invention we have made as a company.

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