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Pictured: This silver miniature of a goat pulling a carriage sold for £4,600.
An exquisite collection of miniature Dutch silver toys that were moved to London away from the clutches of the Nazis has sold for £30,000.
The rare 17th century toys belonged to wealthy diplomat Edgar Michiels Van Verduynen who was appointed the Dutch ambassador to the UK in 1939.
After the German invasion of The Netherlands in 1940, Baron Van Verduynen's manor house, Clingendael in The Hague, became the headquarters for the Reich Commissioner in Holland.