107 1910 Bruxelles Exposition Universelle: Award Certificate (by C. Montald) bestowing a diploma of honour in Group X, Class 60 - FRANCE, to M. Lefort, Collaborateur de la Maison Joninon, Leon, a Paris. 62 x 76cm. The exhibition received 13 million visitors, covered 220 acres and attracted participation from 26 countries. $150–200 ❖ 108 1911 Turin International Exhibition: A collection of postcards (35), a souvenir booklet, a pamphlet and an entrance ticket. (38 items). $250–300 109 The 1925 International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts: A collection of the superb real-photo postcards issued by A.N.Paris. Includes night scenes and a few hand- coloured versions. All different. (157). The International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts (French: L ’Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes) was a World’s Fair held in Paris, from April to October 1925. The term “Art Deco” was derived by shortening the words Arts Décoratifs, in the title of this exposition. $500–750 COLLECTABLES 110 NESTLE Royalty Chocolate bar one penny vending machine, cast iron and enamel on tin, early 20th century 58cm high $300–500 111 Six vintage cigarette lighters, 4 boxed, mid 20th century the longest 14cm (6) $60–100 ❖ 112 Three vintage cigarette lighters, early 20th century the tallest 9.5cm (3) $100–200 ❖ 113 Three masks, carved and painted wood, Japanese and African, 20th century the tallest 26cm (3) $120–200 ❖ 110 109 Images ❖ Lots with this symbol indicate that images are not illustrated in this catalogue but are available online at www.leski.com.au 23