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THE VIEW / BWRW GOLWG The Welsh Sale / Yr Arwerthiant Cymreig Selections & Collections / Dewisiadau a Chasgliadau

March / Mawrth 2020


The Welsh Sale Yr Arwerthiant Cymreig Saturday / Dydd Sadwrn 21st March 2020 at 10.30am VIEWING / ARCHWILIO Friday / Dydd Gwener 20th March 12pm – 7pm Saturday / Dydd Sadwrn 21st March 8.45am – 10.15am *Buyer's Premium 22% + VAT (NO DROIT DE SUITE)

Selections & Collections Dewisiadau a Chasgliadau Friday / Dydd Gwener 27th March 2020 at 1pm VIEWING / ARCHWILIO Thursday / Dydd Iau 26th March 4pm – 7pm Friday / Dydd Gwener 27th March 10am – 12.45pm *Buyer's Premium 22% + VAT (DROIT DE SUITE MAY BE APPLICABLE)

South Wales Saleroom / Ystafell Werthu De Cymru 17 Llandough Trading Estate, Penarth Road, Cardiff, CF11 8RR 17 Ystad Masnachu Llandochau, Ffordd Penarth, CF11 8RR Tel / Ffôn: +44(0)29 2070 8125 Cardiffinfo@rogersjones.co.uk www.rogersjones.co.uk *Please see full terms & conditions at the back of this publication


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REVIEW & PREVIEW Looking back at 2019 and the last decade The second decade of the 21st Century was one of the most exciting for Rogers Jones & Co; it was 2013 when we opened the second auction room in Cardiff and things really kicked on in the capital a couple of years later – helped unforgettably by our highest price at auction so far and some wonderful Welsh Sale auctions. The famous New Zealand All Black’s shirt we sold in 2015 for £180,000 is still the highest price recorded at out salerooms and the highest price paid at a fine art auction in Wales, it also remains the auction record for an item of antique sports clothing sold in the UK. Since then our business has grown in the number of lots offered annually, our average lot price has increased significantly and more recently the numbers in our team. Charles Hampshire joined us in Cardiff as an auctioneer and valuer in 2018 and at the beginning of this year we proudly announced the appointment of Philip Keith as the third highly experienced appraiser and auctioneer based in South Wales.

1905 All blacks jersey worn by Dave Gallaher Sold for £180,000 in 2015 Meanwhile, the Colwyn Bay auction room is as busy as it ever has been. Valuations and appraisals are shared between David Rogers Jones, John Rogers Jones and Stephen Roberts. The auction room conducts a sale every fortnight and the office acts as a portal for consigning items for our Cardiff Welsh Sale auctions and our prestigious Cardiff Selections Auction. These two auctions now being scheduled within a week of each other three times per year, with a similar emphasis on quality, similar deadlines and presented in a shared and fully illustrated catalogue publication – ‘The View’ – which of course you are now holding in your hand! So, we have never been in a better position to offer vendors an assured, professional and expert valuation and selling experience in every sector of the fine art, jewellery and antiques field, wherever you are based. In order to enhance the selling experience further for vendors, we offer valuation sessions at venues across the region and hold a monthly valuation session in Newton Village Hall, near Swansea. This service means that potential vendors have fewer miles to travel and our team is available to appraise items without obligation. This service is also available at our salerooms on a weekly basis by appointment.

Valuation Tour Dates: Sir Kyffin Williams RA ‘Fox Shoot’ Sold for £60,000 in 2016

Every Wednesday at our Cardiff Saleroom by appointment & Tuesday 3 March

Penally Abbey, Tenby

Charles and Philip now work in tandem as regional valuers covering the whole of South Wales, Mid-Wales, the borders and beyond. Charles’s region includes Swansea and all locations West of there. From day to day, he is visiting clients in the Gower, Swansea, Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and up to Aberystwyth. While Philip is our regional valuer for the region east of Swansea including Cardiff, Newport, Vale of Glamorgan, north up the valleys, Monmouthshire, Brecon, the borders and beyond into England.

Tuesday 10 March

Giles Gallery, Pontyclun

Tuesday 17 March

King Arthur Hotel, Swansea

Tuesday 24 March

Cyfarthfa Castle, Merthyr Tydfil

Tuesday 31 March

Melin Tregwynt, Castlemorris

Tuesday 7 April

Insole Court, Cardiff

Tuesday 14 April

Hotel Plas Hyfryd, Narberth

Although there is a regional split between Charles and Philip, knowledge is shared within the whole of our auction team; with Charles offering qualified expertise in jewellery, diamonds, silver, coins, whisky and wine and Philip having enviable experience and world-class knowledge in Asian Arts, Oriental ceramics and tribal art. Since Philip’s appointment my role has changed to focusing on The Welsh Sale and sporting antiques while aiming to progress the company further.

Tuesday 21 April

Monmouth Priory

Tuesday 28 April

Conrah Hotel, Aberystwyth

Tuesday 5 May

Lysaght Institute, Newport

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Each valuation session is between 10.30am – 3.30pm. Please call to book.


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2019 There were many moments of excitement at the salerooms in 2019 as we had spectacular items consigned throughout the year. Most memorable for me was a Rolex ‘Daytona’ gent’s wristwatch realising £46,000, a tiny L S Lowry oil taking £65,000 (surpassing a London auction room’s probate valuation by some 30%), we had a gorgeous example of a John Piper watercolour realising £19,000, while also in The Welsh Sale Sir Kyffin’s work kept on delivering with superb prices for inkwash examples, prints and the show-stopping oil paintings. In the sporting antiques sector, the year began with the sale of an All Blacks shirt for £39,000 and then later on an All Blacks rugby cap was sent to us from Auckland for sale…. we then sold it for £7,000… to a collector back in New Zealand! While the Eddy Merckx Tour de France yellow jersey sold to a collector in Italy, also for £7,000. We have had some beautiful collections of jewellery consigned and the highest price in this sector was a splendid diamond ring realising £13,500.

Arfon Haines Davies in full flow at The Institute of Directors London Auctioneering on Behalf of Ysgol Gymraeg Llundain

Raising Money for Charity December was typically busy with charity auctions across Wales and we helped raise valuable funds for many organisations such as City Hospice, Llamau UK, Ysgol Gymraeg Llundain, The Josef Herman Foundation and more. Our ambassador, Welsh broadcaster Arfon Haines Davies is a superbly entertaining charity auction compere and we are happy to discuss the prospect of raising funds for well organised and well subscribed charity auctions. Each year we nominate a charity to receive the profits from our catalogue sales. In 2019 we raised £4,600 for Air Ambulance Cymru. This year we are raising money for the Alzheimer and dementia charity Forget-Me-Not.

Looking forward to 2020 With us now producing a three times per year shared printed catalogue to showcase The Welsh Sale and the Selections Auction we require entries at least seven weeks prior to the sale dates – but it is never too early to discuss entries and already we have a pipeline of exciting collections and individual items for the two summer auctions.

‘Salem II’ by Sydney Curnow Vosper

Salem I was hugely honoured to be instructed to sell Sydney Curnow Vosper’s second painting of Salem in the autumn. It was entered for The Welsh Sale in October, but the vendor (and it seems the Welsh public) were delighted that we were able to secure its sale to The National Library of Wales before the auction. It is fantastic to think that we now have our very own version of this icon safely retained at such a worthy, dynamic and noble public institution as the Library. The price for the painting has not been disclosed.

Particularly exciting for the academic type collectors is an entry of antiquarian books to be offered on behalf of Swansea bookseller Jeff Towns. Jeff is somewhat of a bibliophile legend; he is the go-to for Dylan Thomas and makes regular appearances on BBC TV and radio to discuss and explain poetry, the works of Dylan Thomas and literature matters. Jeff has been a regular feature of the National Esiteddfod over the years but has now decided to decelerate his iconic ‘book-bus’ and is ready for many of his important volumes to disembark…the first departure point for his collection will be The Welsh Sale on July 25th. We also have entered for the July Welsh Sale another important collection of Welsh ceramics. We have had delivered a gigantic collection of paintings from an estate in the Gower which includes Welsh, British and Continental art. While a monumental David Tress diptych has been consigned from North Wales, also on its way to the Welsh Sale.

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ADOLYGIAD A RHAGOLWG Edrych yn ôl ar 2019 a’r ddegawd ddiwethaf Roedd ail ddegawd yr 21ain ganrif yn un o’r rhai mwyaf cyffrous i Rogers Jones & Co; yn 2013 yr agorwyd ein hail ystafell arwerthu yng Nghaerdydd a dechreuodd pethau fywiogi go iawn yn y brifddinas ychydig flynyddoedd wedyn - diolch yn ddiamau i’n pris uchaf mewn arwerthiant hyd yma a rhai arwerthiannau Arwerthiant Cymreig gwych. Y crys enwog Crysau Duon Seland Newydd a werthwyd yn 2015 am £180,000 sy’n dal i fynnu ei le fel y pris uchaf a gofnodwyd yn ein hystafelloedd arwerthu a’r pris uchaf a dalwyd mewn unrhyw arwerthiant celfyddyd gain yng Nghymru, mae hefyd yn dal yn record arwerthiant am eitem o wisg chwaraeon hynafol a werthwyd yn y DU. Ers hynny mae ein busnes wedi tyfu o ran y nifer o eitemau a gynigir yn flynyddol, ac mae ein pris eitem cyfartalog wedi cynyddu’n sylweddol, a hefyd, yn fwy diweddar, y niferoedd yn ein tîm. Ymunodd Charles Hampshire â ni yng Nghaerdydd fel arwerthwr a phrisiwr yn 2018 ac ar ddechrau’r flwyddyn hon roeddem yn falch o gyhoeddi apwyntiad Philip Keith fel y trydydd prisiwr ac arwerthwr hynod o brofiadol sy’n seiliedig yn Ne Cymru. Mae Charles a Philip bellach yn gweithio gyda’i gilydd fel priswyr rhanbarthol dros Dde Cymru gyfan, Canolbarth Cymru, y gororau a thu hwnt. Mae rhanbarth Charles yn cynnwys Abertawe a’r holl leoliadau i’r gorllewin o’r fan honno. O ddydd i ddydd, mae’n ymweld â chleientiaid yn y Gŵyr, Abertawe, Sir Benfro, Sir Gaerfyrddin ac i fyny at Aberystwyth. Tra mai Philip yw ein prisiwr rhanbarthol ar gyfer y rhanbarth i’r dwyrain o Abertawe, yn cynnwys Caerdydd, Casnewydd, Bro Morgannwg, i’r gogledd i fyny’r Cymoedd, Sir Fynwy, Aberhonddu, y gororau a thu hwnt i mewn i Loegr. Er bod rhaniad rhanbarthol rhwng Charles a Philip, rhennir gwybodaeth o fewn ein tîm arwerthu cyfan; gyda Charles yn cynnig arbenigedd cymwys mewn gemwaith, diemwntau, arian, darnau pres, chwisgi a gwin a Philip â phrofiad nodedig a gwybodaeth o safon fyd-eang mewn Celfyddydau Asiaidd, cerameg Ddwyreiniol a chelfyddyd lwythol. Ers apwyntiad Philip, mae rôl Ben Rogers Jones wedi newid i ganolbwyntio ar yr Arwerthiant Cymreig a hen bethau chwaraeon wrth geisio symud y cwmni ymlaen ymhellach. Pwysau-papur gan Baccarat, a werthwyd am £12,000 yn 2018

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Gwerthodd olew Syr Kyffin Williams am £50,000 yn 2013 Yn y cyfamser, mae ystafell arwerthu Bae Colwyn mor brysur ag erioed. Mae’r prisio a’r gwerthuso yn cael ei rannu rhwng David Rogers Jones, John Rogers Jones a Stephen Roberts. Mae’r ystafell arwerthu yn cynnal arwerthiant bob pythefnos ac mae’r swyddfa yn gweithredu fel porth ar gyfer trosglwyddo eitemau ar gyfer ein harwerthiannau Arwerthiant Cymreig yng Nghaerdydd a hefyd ein Harwerthiant Detholiadau yng Nghaerdydd. Mae’r ddau arwerthiant yma bellach yn cael eu trefnu o fewn wythnos i’w gilydd, tair gwaith y flwyddyn, gyda phwyslais tebyg ar ansawdd a dyddiadau cau a’u cyflwyno ar y cyd mewn cyhoeddiad catalog llawn darluniau - yr ydych wrth gwrs yn ei ddal yn eich dwylo ar hyn o bryd! Felly, ni fuom erioed mewn safle gwell i gynnig i brynwyr brofiad prisio a gwerthu sicr, proffesiynol ac arbenigol y m mhob sector o’r maes celfyddyd gain, gemwaith a hen bethau, ble bynnag ydych chi. Er mwyn gwella’r profiad gwerthu ar gyfer gwerthwyr, cynigiwn sesiynau prisio mewn canolfannau ar draws rhanbarth y De a sesiwn prisio yn fisol Neuadd y Pentref Newton, ger Abertawe. Mae’r gwasanaeth hwn yn golygu bod gan ddarpar-werthwyr lai o filltiroedd i’w teithio a bod ein tîm ar gael i werthuso eitemau heb ymrwymiad. Mae’r gwasanaeth yma hefyd ar gael yn ein hystafelloedd arwerthu yn wythnosol, trwy apwyntiad.

Dyddiadau Taith Brisio: Pob dydd Mercher yn ein Hystafell Arwerthu trwy apwyntiad A HEFYD Dydd Mawrth 3 Mawrth

Abaty Penally, Dinbych-y-pysgod

Dydd Mawrth 10 Mawrth

Oriel Giles, Pontyclun

Dydd Mawrth 17 Mawrth

Gwesty King Arthur, Abertawe

Dydd Mawrth 24 Mawrth

Castell Cyfarthfa, Merthyr Tudful

Dydd Mawrth 31 Mawrth

Melin Tregwynt, Casmorys

Dydd Mawrth 7 Ebrill

Insole Court, Caerdydd

Dydd Mawrth 14 Ebrill

Gwesty Plas Hyfryd, Arberth

Dydd Mawrth 21 Ebrill

Priordy Mynwy

Dydd Mawrth 28 Ebrill

Gwesty Conrah, Aberystwyth

Dydd Mawrth 5 Mai

Sefydliad Lysaght, Casnewydd

Mae pob sesiwn prisio rhwng 10.30am – 3.30pm. Rhowch ganiad i ni i drefnu.


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2019 Roedd sawl eiliad o gyffro yn yr ystafelloedd arwerthu yn 2019 wrth i ni dderbyn eitemau trawiadol trwy gydol y flwyddyn. Y rhai mwyaf cofiadwy i mi oedd oriawr Rolex ‘Daytona’ dyn yn cael ei gwerthu am £46,000, paentiad olew bychan iawn gan L S Lowry yn gwerthu am £65,000 (gan ragori ar brisiad profiant ystafell arwerthu yn Llundain o tua 30%), cawsom enghraifft wych o ddyfrlliw gan John Piper a werthodd am £19,000, tra parhaodd gwaith Syr Kyffin yn yr Arwerthiant Cymreig i werthu’n dda gyda phrisiau ardderchog am enghreifftiau golch inc, printiau a’r paentiadau olew ysblennydd. Yn y sector hen bethau chwaraeon, dechreuodd y flwyddyn â gwerthiant crys y Crysau Duon am £39,000 ac yn ddiweddarach wedyn anfonwyd cap rygbi’r Crysau Duon i ni o Auckland i’w werthu .... ac fe werthwyd ef am £7,000….i gasglwr yn ôl yn Seland Newydd! Tra gwerthwyd crys melyn Tour de France Eddy Merckx i gasglwr yn yr Eidal, hefyd am £7000. Cawsom rai casgliadau prydferth o emwaith a chafwyd y pris uchaf yn y sector yma am fodrwy ddiemwnt wych a werthodd am £13,500. Poster 1963 ar gyfer Yr Odeon, Llandudno gan gynnwys The Beatles a werthwyd am £28,000 yn 2017

Codi Arian ar gyfer Elusen Roedd Rhagfyr yn nodweddiadol brysur gydag arwerthiannau elusen ar draws Cymru a chynorthwyodd y cwmni i godi cyllid gwerthfawr ar gyfer llawer o sefydliadau megis Hosbis y Ddinas, Llamau UK, Ysgol Gymraeg Llundain, Sefydliad Josef Herman a mwy. Mae ein llysgennad, y darlledwr Cymraeg Arfon Haines Davies yn arweinydd arwerthiant elusen hynod o ddifyr ac rydym yn hapus i drafod y syniad o godi arian mewn arwerthiannau trefnus sy’n cael eu cefnogi yn dda. Pob blwyddyn rydym yn enwebu elusen i dderbyn yr elw o’n gwerthiant catalogau. Yn 2019 cododd y cwmni £4600 ar gyfer Ambiwlans Awyr Cymru. Eleni rydym yn codi arian ar gyfer yr elusen Alzheimer a dementia Forget-Me-Not.

Edrych ymlaen at 2020 Gwerthodd peiriant gollwng dŵrcrochenwaith Tsieineaidd ar ffurf eirin gwlanog, £32,000 yn 2018

Salem Roedd yn fraint fawr i mi dderbyn cyfarwyddyd i werthu ail baentiad Sydney Curnow Vosper o Salem yn yr hydref. Fe’i cofrestrwyd yn yr Arwerthiant Cymreig ym mis Hydref, ond roedd y gwerthwr (ac, mae’n ymddangos, y cyhoedd yng Nghymru) wrth ei fodd ein bod yn medru sicrhau ei werthiant i Lyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru cyn yr arwerthiant. Mae’n wych meddwl bod gennym bellach ein fersiwn ein hunain o’r eicon yma wedi’i gadw yn ddiogel yn y fath sefydliad cyhoeddus teilwng, deinamig ac urddasol â’r Llyfrgell. Nid yw’r ffi am y darlun wedi’i ddatgelu.

Rydym bellach yn cynhyrchu catalog ar y cyd wedi’i argraffu dair gwaith y flwyddyn i hysbysebu’r Arwerthiant Cymreig a’r Arwerthiant Detholiadau ac felly rydym angen rhybudd o leiaf saith wythnos cyn dyddiadau’r gwerthiannau - ond nid yw byth yn rhy gynnar i drafod eitemau ac mae gennym eisoes gyfres o gasgliadau cyffrous ac eitemau unigol ar gyfer y ddau arwerthiant haf. Yn arbennig ar gyfer casglwyr academaidd eu natur y mae cofrestriad o lyfrau hynafiaethol i gael eu cynnig ar ran y llyfrwerthwr o Abertawe Jeff Towns. Mae Jeff yn enwog fel llyfrbryf; ato ef fydd pobl yn mynd ynglŷn â Dylan Thomas a bydd yn ymddangos yn rheolaidd ar deledu a radio’r BBC i drafod ac egluro barddoniaeth, gwaith Dylan Thomas a materion llenyddol. Mae Jeff wedi bod yn nodwedd reolaidd o’r Eisteddfod Genedlaethol dros y blynyddoedd ond mae bellach wedi penderfynu arafu ei ‘fws llyfrau’ eiconig ac mae’n awr yn barod i werthu llawer o’i gyfrolau pwysicaf ... a bydd pwynt cychwynnol hyn yn yr Arwerthiant Cymreig ar Orffennaf 25ain. Hefyd wedi’i gofrestru ar gyfer yr Arwerthiant Cymreig yng Ngorffennaf y mae casgliad pwysig o gerameg Gymreig. Rydym wedi derbyn casgliad anferthol o baentiadau o ystâd yn y Gŵyr sy’n cynnwys celf o Gymru, Prydain a’r Cyfandir. Tra bod diptych enfawr gan David Tress wedi ei drosglwyddo o Ogledd Cymru, hefyd ar ei ffordd i’r Arwerthiant Cymreig.

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THERE WERE 58 AUCTIONS HELD IN 2019 ACROSS OUR TWO SALEROOMS AND WE SOLD IN EXCESS OF 30,000 LOTS GENERATING A TOTAL OF AROUND £2.8M IN SALES FOR VENDORS

Sir Kyffin Williams RA ‘Sunset Llanddwyn’ Sold for £25,500 – October

John Piper ‘St David’s Cathedral’ Sold for £19,000 – October

Sir Kyffin Williams RA ‘Welsh Mountain Landscape’ Sold for £16,500 – July

Donald McIntyre ‘Red Wharf Bay’ Sold for £7,800 – July 6

Sir Kyffin Williams RA ‘Penrhyn Llechylched’ Sold for £18,500 – October

Sir Kyffin Williams RA ‘Snowdonia Cottage, Llyn Ogwen’ Sold for £9,750 – October

Will Evans ‘Belle Vue Street, Swansea 1941’ Sold for £7,600 – October

Sir Kyffin Williams RA ‘Tyn Lwydan No.2’ Sold for £20,000 – July

Sir Kyffin Williams RA ‘Llyn Peris’ Sold for £18,500 – July

Sir Kyffin Williams RA ‘Farmer at Gathering’ Sold for £8,400 – October

John Knapp Fisher ‘Buildings Croes Goch’ Sold for £7,600 – March

 7 grams of pure 1 Welsh gold Sold for £6,800 – July


Rogers Jones & Co L S Lowry oil ‘Teenage Group’ Sold for £65,000 – March

Rolex Daytona Wristwatch Sold for £46,000 – March

 ew Zealand Rugby Union Jersey N Sold for £39,000 – March

 olex Oyster Submariner R Wristwatch Sold for £8,500 – March

Diamond Solitaire Ring Sold for £13,500 – June

David Loggan  Oxford Engravings Sold for £8,500 – September

J R R Tolkien Lord of the Rings Trilogy Sold for £7,200 – March

 olex Fuchsia Wristwatch R Sold for £13,000 – June

Marklin Model Steam Locomotive Sold for £8,000 – March

 ew Zealand Rugby Union N Cap Sold for £7,000 – June

Rolex GMT-Master Wristwatch Sold for £7,500 – March

Eddy Merckx 1974 Cycling Jersey Sold for £7,000 – June 7


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INTRODUCING

The Welsh Sale Nineteenth century pottery and porcelain from the Swansea factories are an omnipresent feature of our The Welsh Sale auctions. We are always delighted to handle, research and market these fine and interesting rare objects. Also, along the Swansea theme, we are offering lithographs and two original drawings from Ceri Richards, regarded as Wales’ most important twentieth century artist and born just outside Swansea in Dunvant. Lot 277 is the earliest known watercolour by Richards.

Watercolour by Swansea Artist Reverend Richard Calvert Jones (part of Lot 30) I have mentioned before in my Welsh Sale introductions, this small nation of ours consistently ‘punches above its weight’ in the arts, culture and sport. This is something we should be rightly proud of. I hope that we all continue to work together to support the arts, protect its future in Wales and encourage its continued success.

Swansea folk should be very proud indeed of their hugely influential artistic heritage. Wales’ second most populated city – Swansea is a city that, in its own terms, punches well above its weight in this regard. Swansea folk should be very proud indeed of their hugely influential artistic heritage. The city has over two centuries, been the home to an abundance of brilliant and celebrated Welsh artists and the output of literature and visual work has been astounding. There is a palpable Swansea feel to this Welsh Sale auction, highlighted by the fact that the first thirty-eight lots is a collection relating to the most famous of Swansea families – The Glynn Vivian family. The Vivian family of Singleton Abbey and other local residences owned the Hafod Copper works and were at the turn of the century and later, part of London’s high society. In 1905 Richard Glynn Vivian offered his art collection to the City and with an endowment of £10,000 laid the foundation stone of The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery which opened in 1911, quickly becoming a jewel in Swansea’s crown. The gallery’s permanent exhibition is exhilarating; it includes a supreme collection of Welsh porcelain, paintings by Constable, Pissarro, Paul Nash, Barbara Hepworth, Coreggio, Gustave Dore, Sir Kyffin Williams and so much more. The first thirty-eight lots in this Welsh Sale have been entered directly by a Vivian family member. It is an eclectic and fascinating smorgasbord of artefacts, ephemera, photographic albums, diaries and paintings, covering several generations of the Vivian family. Collectively these items tell a story of one of Wales most famous and wealthiest families, revealing the family’s military history, their involvement in politics, industry and high society-life, providing us with a fascinating and fresh perspective.

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Will Evans was another notable Swansea artist and Lot 287 depicts the destruction of part of Swansea shortly after the Blitz of 1941. These documents of destruction were a contrast to much of Will Evans’ body of work which portrayed the tranquil landscapes and coastal scenes on the neighbouring Gower peninsula. This example, like the collection of Blitz paintings held at The Glynn Vivian Gallery, demonstrate what a superbly talented painter and documentarist he was. There are further entries in the auction of Swansea artists including Valerie Ganz, Nick Holly, Jack Jones, Gareth Thomas and George Little.

‘Swansea is a town where art is alive….’ The city has been, and still is, a breeding ground for talent and I haven’t even mentioned that world famous poet who, although he transcended the Atlantic, is still very much the Swansea boy. This great once wrote ‘Swansea is a town where art is alive….’ Damn right, Mr Thomas! Well, again from all of us at Rogers Jones & Co we sincerely hope that you enjoy The Welsh Sale catalogue and its new larger format with the accompanying catalogue for our Selections & Collections auction. The intention is that prospective buyers have much more to read, browse and bid on if they fancy, the images are now larger, and we are including more footnotes and history to lots which we know people enjoy reading. For the vendor the new catalogue format provides an assurance that fine art, whatever its nature or origin, needn’t be offered at the London salerooms. We are the auction house in Wales that can deliver a first-class presentation of your belongings to the market. We are an auction house of ambition and after all, as they are very aware in Swansea, ambition is critical!

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Arwerthiant Cymreig Rwyf wedi sôn o’r blaen yn fy nghyflwyniadau Arwerthiant Cymreig, bod ein gwlad fach ni yn perfformio’n well na phob disgwyl ym myd y celfyddydau, diwylliant a chwaraeon. Mae hyn yn rhywbeth y dylem ymfalchïo ynddo. Gobeithiaf y byddwn yn parhau i weithio gyda’n gilydd i gefnogi’r celfyddydau, diogelu eu dyfodol yng Nghymru ac annog eu llwyddiannau parhaus.

Dylai fod pobl Abertawe yn falch iawn o’u treftadaeth artistig hynod ddylanwadol. Mae Abertawe - ail ddinas fwyaf poblog Cymru - yn ddinas sydd, ynddo’i hun, yn gwneud yn llawer gwell na’r disgwyl o safbwynt y celfyddydau. Dylai pobl Abertawe fod yn falch iawn o’u treftadaeth artistig hynod ddylanwadol. Ers dros ddwy ganrif, mae’r ddinas wedi bod yn gartref i sawl artist Cymreig arbennig ac enwog, ac mae’r llenyddiaeth a’r gwaith gweledol sydd wedi dod o’r ddinas wedi bod yn syfrdanol. Mae gan yr Arwerthiant Cymreig hwn thema Abertawe amlwg, sydd wedi ei phwysleisio gan y ffaith bod y tri deg wyth lot cyntaf yn gasgliad sy’n gysylltiedig â theulu enwocaf Abertawe - y teulu Glynn Vivian. Roedd y teulu Vivian, o Abaty Singleton a phreswylfeydd lleol eraill, yn berchen ar weithfeydd Copr Hafod Morfa, ac ar droad y ganrif, ac yn ddiweddarach, yn rhan o fyd boneddigion Llundain. Yn 1905, cynigiodd Glynn Vivian ei gasgliad celf i’r Ddinas, a gyda gwaddol o £10,000, gosododd garreg sylfaen Oriel Gelf Glynn Vivian yn 1909. Agorodd yr oriel yn 1911 a daeth yn un o berlau coron Abertawe’n gyflym iawn. Mae casgliad parhaol yr oriel yn un cyffrous; mae’n cynnwys casgliad gwych o borslen Cymreig, paentiadau gan Constable, Pissarro, Paul Nash, Barbara Hepworth, Coreggio, Gustave Dore, Syr Kyffin Williams a llawer mwy. Mae’r tri deg wyth lot cyntaf yr Arwerthiant Cymreig hwn wedi eu cyflwyno’n uniongyrchol gan aelod o’r teulu Vivian. Mae’n gasgliad eang o arteffactau, effemera, albymau ffotograffig, dyddiaduron a phaentiadau, yn cwmpasu sawl cenhedlaeth o’r teulu Vivian. Gyda’i gilydd, mae’r eitemau hyn yn dweud hanes un o deuluoedd enwocaf a chyfoethocaf Cymru, yn datgelu hanes milwrol y teulu, eu cyfraniad at wleidyddiaeth, diwydiant a byd y boneddigion, gan roi golwg ffres a diddorol inni ohonynt.

Paentiad olew gan Jack Jones, ‘Y Lowry o Gymru’ (Lot 364) Mae crochenwaith a phorslen y bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg o ffatrïoedd Abertawe yn nodwedd hollbresennol o’n Harwerthiant Cymreig. Rydym bob tro yn falch o ddelio, ymchwilio a marchnata’r gwrthrychau prin diddorol hyn. Yn ogystal, ynghlwm â thema Abertawe, rydym yn cynnig lithograffau a dau ddarlun gwreiddiol gan Ceri Richards, sy’n cael ei ystyried fel artist pwysicaf Cymru yn yr ugeinfed ganrif, a gafodd ei eni yn Nyfnant ger Abertawe. Lot 277 yw’r dyfrlliw cynharaf yr ydym yn ymwybodol ohono gan Richards. Roedd Will Evans yn artist nodweddiadol arall o Abertawe ac mae Lot 287 yn ddarlun o ddirywiad rhan o’r ddinas yn fuan wedi Blitz 1941. Roedd y dogfennau o ddinistr hyn yn cyferbynnu â llawer o waith Will Evans, sy’n portreadu tirluniau llonydd a golygfeydd arfordirol Penrhyn Gŵyr. Mae’r enghraifft hon, fel y casgliad o baentiadau’r Blitz sydd yn Oriel Glynn Vivian, yn arddangos pa mor dalentog oedd Evans fel peintiwr a dogfennwr. Mae mwy o ddarnau gan artistiaid Abertawe yn yr ocsiwn, gan gynnwys Valerie Ganz, Nick Holly, Jack Jones, Gareth Thomas a George Little.

Yn ôl y bardd gwych hwn, mae Abertawe yn dref lle mae celf yn fyw... Mae’r ddinas wedi bod yn feithrinfa ar gyfer doniau, ac yn parhau felly hyd heddiw. Nid wyf wedi sôn eto am y bardd byd enwog sydd, er iddo symud dros yr Iwerydd, yn dal i fod yn un o feibion Abertawe. Yn ôl y bardd gwych hwn, mae Abertawe yn dref lle mae celf yn fyw... Gwir iawn, Mr Thomas! Unwaith eto, gan bawb yn Rogers Jones & Co, rydym yn wir obeithio y byddwch yn mwynhau catalog Arwerthiant Cymreig a’i ffurf newydd mwy o faint, gyda chatalog ategol ar gyfer ein harwerthiant Dewisiadau a Chasgliadau. Y bwriad yw bod gan ddarpar brynwyr lawer mwy i’w ddarllen, pori trwyddynt a gwneud cynigion arnynt os ydynt yn dymuno, mae’r lluniau nawr yn fwy, ac rydym yn cynnwys mwy o droednodiadau a hanes y lotiau y gwyddom y bydd pobl yn mwynhau eu darllen. Ar gyfer y gwerthwyr, mae ffurf y catalog yn cynnig sicrwydd nad oes angen i gelfyddyd gain, waeth beth yw ei natur neu ei tharddiad, gael ei chynnig yn ystafelloedd gwerthu Llundain. Ni yw’r tŷ ocsiwn yng Nghymru a all gyflwyno eich eiddo i’r farchnad yn y dull gorau posib. Rydym yn dŷ ocsiwn gydag uchelgais, ac wedi’r cyfan, fel y gwyddant yn Abertawe, mae uchelgais yn hanfodol!

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About Us Selling at Rogers Jones & Co As internationally respected auctioneers, we provide the highest level of service to buyers and sellers alike. We operate in a transparent, straightforward and friendly way, ensuring your experience is as enjoyable and profitable as possible. We achieve the best market prices at our busy and popular salerooms, which attract buyers from across the UK and abroad. We are passionate about presenting your goods in the best way possible. This includes expert research and descriptions coupled with professional digital photography which may include multiple images when required. For complete peace of mind, you can take advantage of our collection service from anywhere in the UK, whatever the item(s) may be. Once your item is sold, we will pay you directly into your bank within 14 working days of the last lot being sold from your consignment.

Valuations

Online valuations

Rogers Jones & Co offer a full range of valuation services, both verbal (informal) and written (formal), which include:

We can often provide an informal pre-auction valuation by email.

• identification and appraisal of a broad range of antiques, fine art and collectables

Please send images to info@rogersjones.co.uk please also include your telephone number and other details about the item which may be relevant such as sizes.

• appraisal and advice on individual items, house contents and collections for sale purposes

Probate / Insurance Valuations

• written valuations for: • inheritance tax (Probate) • insurance • family division We provide a tailored service to meet the requirements of all our customers, which includes private individuals, insurers and solicitors. Our formal valuation services (where chargeable) have a clear and competitive fee structure, based on an hourly rate of £100 per hour.

Rogers Jones & Co can provide you with accurate professional written valuations for single items, specialist collections, and whole and partial house contents. Up-to-date valuations offer peace of mind and confidence to families and individuals, forming an important part of your financial planning. • Valuations are prepared for a variety of purposes including: • Insurance - an invaluable record in the event of theft, loss or damage • Family and Matrimonial Division • For fair distribution and impartial advice • Probate/Inheritance Tax - for executors and trustees

We do not charge for informal valuations which provide predicted values if selling items at auction. These valuations can often be conducted by emailing images to us. Alternatively, we offer valuation sessions for clients by arrangement at the saleroom and at various venues across Wales and further afield.

• Tax Planning

We can also visit you in your home anywhere in the UK. We have valuers based in North Wales, South Wales and West Wales but we are often making trips further afield. If you would like to discuss your valuation requirements further please contact us.

Written professional valuations are an integral part of our business, and we are trusted to carry out several hundred valuations for private and corporate clients each year. We can provide you with a confidential, clear and precise valuation tailored to your individual needs.

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BIDDING & PURCHASE TERMS FOR THE WELSH SALE & THE SELECTIONS & COLLECTIONS AUCTION Carriage to North Wales / Storage / Postage All purchased lots in this auction may be shipped to our Colwyn Bay auction room without charge for collection from 14 April. This service is offered providing that payment is complete prior to 31 March and that they are then collected from Colwyn Bay by 5pm 17 April. Please note that this delivery will be the one free carriage to Colwyn Bay undertaken by Rogers Jones & Co for items purchased at this auction. Purchases must be collected from the Cardiff saleroom by 3 April to avoid charges. Free carriage excludes furniture items. Rogers Jones & Co does not offer a P&P service for this auction unless items are of a non-fragile nature and can be posted in a Jiffy bag. Postage of these items are undertaken at a cost and at the buyer’s risk. We can recommend associates for a fully insured P&P service. Buyer’s Premium 22% (PLUS VAT) on all lots in The Welsh Sale & Selections & Collections auction. Rogers Jones & Co pay Droit de Suite where applicable in The Welsh Sale. Droit de Suite is charged in Selections & Collections auction where applicable. (Please see full terms at back of catalogue)

OUR VALUING & APPRAISING TEAM Ben Rogers Jones BA (Hons) Ben Rogers Jones has been with the company since 2001. Ben now manages the triannual Welsh Sale of Welsh Art, Welsh Antiques and Welsh ceramics. He is also the appraiser and cataloguer for sporting antiques. He is based out of the Cardiff Saleroom but visiting clients UK wide. Welsh Speaking.

Charles Hampshire FNAVA LLB (Hons) Based out of Carmarthen, Charles is our regional auctioneer and valuer for West Wales and visits clients in Swansea, West Wales and up to Aberystwyth. Charles is also our appraiser for jewellery, diamonds, silver, coins, watches, wine and whisky.

Philip Keith BSc (Hons) Based out of our Cardiff saleroom, Philip is our regional auctioneer and valuer for South Wales, east of Swansea and into the borders and England. Philip is also our specialist for Oriental works of art and ceramics and tribal art.

Bidding Commission bids to be submitted by 10am day prior to auction. Please use our website to place bids or form provided at back of catalogue / at saleroom. Telephone bids to be arranged by completion and return of form by 5pm day prior to auction. Live internet bidding on thesaleroom.com for this auction incurs a surcharge by the provider. Outstanding payments on this platform may be taken automatically from bankcards. Please note that live internet bidding is subject to occasional delays and very occasional internet failure. Telephone bidding is advised for important lots.

Payment Terms Payment is by debit card / BACS / cash up to £1000 per bidder (no credit cards). To be received within 7 days of auction. Cheques accepted but must clear prior to removal of items. Goods only received after full payment has cleared. Cards are accepted with chip & pin (not over the phone).

Condition Reports The onus rests on prospective bidders to satisfy themselves as to the condition of items in this auction. Some items have a condition report note with the description, this does not imply that items are without fault. We advise requesting further images /condition reports on all lots and this will be provided by us by e-mail only. All pictures are framed unless stated and in our opinion are ready for display unless stated. Condition reports are declared on some items of pottery / porcelain but are an opinion only. It is usual for us to declare if there is a problem with the condition of picture(s). But we advise that all prospective purchasers enquire / examine lots as ‘items are bought as seen’.

David Rogers Jones David Rogers Jones started the company in 1992 and has been an auctioneer and valuer for 60 years. He now works as a regional auctioneer out of the Colwyn Bay auction room, dividing his appointments with Stephen Roberts and John Rogers Jones. Welsh Speaking.

John Rogers Jones John works out of the Colwyn Bay auction room as a regional valuer and appraiser, dividing his appointments with David Rogers Jones and Stephen Roberts. John conducts all the auctions in Colwyn Bay while also acting as our Financial Controller for the whole company.

Stephen Roberts Stephen works out of the Colwyn Bay auction room as a regional valuer and appraiser, dividing his appointments with David Rogers Jones. He has been involved in the antique trade for 35 years and has wide-reaching experience in all facets of the trade.

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South Wales Saleroom 2020 Sale Dates VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 3 April

THE WELSH SALE 25 July

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 9 October

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 24 April

SELECTIONS & COLLECTIONS 31 July

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 30 October

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 15 May VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 5 June VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 26 June VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 17 July

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 7 August

THE WELSH SALE 7 November

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 28 August

SELECTIONS & COLLECTIONS 13 November

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 18 September

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 20 November VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 4 December

South Wales Saleroom 17 Llandough Trading Estate, Penarth Road, Cardiff, CF11 8RR Tel: 02920 708 125 cardiffinfo@rogersjones.co.uk VAT no: 560 0387 62

North Wales Saleroom 2020 Sale Dates VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 17 March

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 5 May

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 16 June

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 31 March

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 19 May

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 30 June

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 21 April

VINTAGE & ANTIQUES 2 June

More sales to be confirmed

North Wales Saleroom The Auction Rooms, 33 Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay, North Wales, LL29 7RU Tel: 01492 532 176 info@rogersjones.co.uk VAT no: 560 0387 62

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CONTENTS & INDEX OF ARTISTS / CYNNWYS A MYNEGAI ARTISTIAID Memories of a Swansea Noble Family / Atgofion am deulu bonheddig o Abertawe Lots 1-38 Welsh Antiques, Welsh related Books & Welsh Maps etc / Hen Bethau Cymreig, Llyfrau Hynafiaethol yn ymwneud a Chymru & Mapiau Cymreig etc Lots 42-65 Welsh Pottery & Porcelain / Crochenwaith a Phorslen Cymreig Lots 67-130 Prints & Multiples / Printiau & Lluosog Lots 140-192 Watercolours & Works on Paper / Dyfrlliwiau & Gwaith ar Bapur Lots 196-299 Oil & Acrylic Paintings & Sculpture / Paentiadau Olew & Acrylig a Cherfluniau Lots 300-420 PRINTS & MULTIPLES / PRINTIAU & LLUOSOG AUCKLAND DAVIES, Ceri – 166 CARPANINI, David – 150, 169 CHARLTON, Arthur – 185, 186, 187, 188 COUR, Glenys – 180 DEAKIN, John – 171 DYLAN THOMAS POSTERS – 163 EVANS, Merlyn – 164, 165, 183, 184 ELWYN, John – 141 HAUS, S – 181 HERMAN RA, Josef – 175 HOPE, SARAH – 190 J W HARDING & CO – 174 JONES, David – 177 LAVENDER, A J – 173 MORGAN, Llewellyn E – 179 NICHOLAS, Peter – 157 PIECH, Paul Peter – 145, 161 PIPER, John – 191, 192 RICHARDS, Ceri – 143, 154, 158, 159, 160 SCARFE, Gerald – 178 SHIELDS, Sue – 162 SPRAGUE & CO – 172 STOPS, John – 168 STREVENS, Peter – 182 VARIOUS – 170 WILLIAMS RA, Sir Kyffin – 140, 142, 144, 146, 147, 148, 149, 151, 152, 153, 155, 156, 167, 189 WYLIE FAIRLEY, George – 176

WATERCOLOURS & WORKS ON PAPER / DYFRLLIWIAU & GWAITH AR BAPUR AUCKLAND DAVIES, Ceri – 288, 291

McINTYRE, Donald – 200

HARRIES, Hywel – 316, 378

MULLER, Sigrid – 219, 254

HERMAN RA, Josef – 310

NEWMAN, Colin – 276

HICKS-JENKINS, Clive – 320

OSMOND, Osi Rhys – 265

HOLLY, Nick – 408

PRENDERGAST, Peter – 220

HUGHES, Wyn – 401

PRICHARD, Gwilym – 206, 237

JENKINS, Wynne – 350

RHYS JAMES, Shani – 236

JONES, Aneurin – 333, 391

RICHARDS, Ceri – 246, 277

JONES, Jack – 364, 372

ROBERTS, Howard – 198

JONES, Peter John – 321, 398, 399

ROBERTS, Will – 266, 292

KETTLE RCA, Peter – 308, 312

ROWLANDS, Will – 272

KNAPP-FISHER, John – 377

THOMAS, Elvet – 207, 232, 234, 235, 250, 253, 259, 263, 290

KNIGHT, David – 334

THOMAS, Elwyn – 204, 229, 231, 260, 293, 294

LEWIS, Elfyn – 402

THOMAS, Gareth – 197 TRESS, David – 238, 239 TUDUR, Dewi – 205, 211, 264 TUNNICLIFFE OBE RA, Charles Frederick – 210, 244, 249, 251, 252, 262, 270

LEK, Karel – 375 LITTLE, George – 351, 352 LLEWELYN, Martin – 365, 397 MARTINEZ FRIAS, Paul – 354 McINTYRE, Donald – 325, 380, 381, 382, 403 MONAGHAN, Michael – 339, 370

UZZELL EDWARDS, John – 213, 255

MOORE, Sally – 368

VICARI, Andrew – 268, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286

OSMOND, Osi Rhys – 307

WILLIAMS RA, Sir Kyffin – 196, 245, 248, 267

PARRY, Iwan Gwyn – 328

NICHOLAS, Peter – 418 PARRY, Gareth – 386, 405, 406, 407

WILLIAMS, Alex – 212

PAYNE, Michael Gustavius – 314, 315

WILLIAMS, Claudia – 201, 214, 216, 233

POMERY WILKS, Sue – 379

BELL, Seren – 228 CAHILL, John – 280

WILLIAMS, Vivienne – 289

COLES, Howard – 269

WRIGHT, John – 281

BALA, Iwan – 271

DAVIES, D J – 278

PREECE-STANLEY, Elaine – 317 PRENDERGAST, Peter – 323 PRICHARD, Gwilym – 313, 356, 359, 360, 388

OIL & ACRYLIC PAINTINGS & SCULPTURE / PAENTIADAU OLEW & ACRYLIG A CHERFLUNIAU

PRITCHARD, Ifor – 392, 393

BARNES, David – 304, 366, 376, 383, 384, 385, 395, 396

ROBERTS, Will – 300, 301, 302, 303, 348, 387, 410, 411, 412, 413

BOWE, Josh – 318

SINNOTT, Kevin – 306, 324, 353

GRIFFIN, Chris – 247

BROGAN, Honor – 374

STREVENS, Peter – 415

HERMAN RA, Josef – 202, 226, 227, 230

BURTON, Charles – 329, 361

SWAN, Bill – 420

CECIL, Roger – 349

THEODOSIOU, Pan – 416

HICKS-JENKINS, Clive – 215, 217, 224, 225

CHAPMAN, George – 358, 367

THOMAS, Elwyn – 371

DAVIES, Ivor – 362, 394

THOMAS, Gareth – 305

HOLLY, Nick – 199

DAVIES, Paul – 311

TRESS, David – 330

HOPKIN, Elizabeth – 273, 274, 279

DE BREANSKI SR, Alfred – 409

ISAAC, Bert – 222, 256

DOUGLAS-FORBES, Andrew – 369

WILLIAMS RA, Sir Kyffin – 340, 341, 342, 343, 344

JONES, Jack – 257, 258

ELKES-JONES, Alastair – 404

JONES, Mike – 261

ELWYN, John – 331

KNAPP-FISHER, John – 209, 221, 240

EVANS RCA, Ray – 322

ELDRIDGE, Mildred Elsie – 243 ELWYN, John – 242 EVANS, Handel – 275 EVANS, Merlyn (Attr.) – 218 EVANS, Will – 287 FUDGE, Tim – 223 GANZ, Valerie – 203, 241

LEK, Karel – 208 McCREADY, Noel – 295, 296, 297, 298, 299

EVANS, Anthony – 319 FUDGE, Tim – 373 GRIFFIN, Chris – 332 GRIFFITHS, Mary – 400

RHYS JAMES, Shani – 389, 390 ROBERTS, Elfyn – 309 ROBERTS, Alan – 414

WILLIAMS, Alan – 335, 336, 337, 338 WILLIAMS, Emrys – 355 WILLIAMS, Vivienne – 326 WYATT WARREN, Charles – 327, 357, 363 YEADON, Darren – 417, 419

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1-38 Memories of a Swansea Noble Family Atgofion am deulu bonheddig o Abertawe

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1 ROBERT CAUER (German, 1863-1947) marble sculpture - bust of Henry Hussey Vivian 1st Baron of Swansea in the classical robed style, raised on a turned socle, signed and titled verso, 75cms high Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £1000-2000*

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2 NINETEENTH CENTURY SCULPTOR marble bust - Sir Richard Hussey Vivian (1775-1842) in the classical robed style raised on a turned socle, unsigned, 69cms high Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £400-600*

1 4 VARIOUS ARTEFACTS RELATING TO THE VIVIAN FAMILY OF SWANSEA including presentation silver and ivory trowel, engraved ‘Caer Beris October 1896’ hallmarked Birmingham 1896, a mother-of-pearl and silver fruit knife engraved ‘ORV’ for Odo Vivian and dated 1875, two crested and monogrammed sovereign-cases, smoking-pipe, polished walnut dice capsule with three dice, a mother-of-pearl and white metal magnifying glass and a two-piece shaving set with engine-turned decoration for Asprey in silver with monograms, hallmarked London 1865 2 3 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SHOTGUN CASE oak lined with leather exterior and brass corner mounts, external inscription ‘SWANSEA’ to centre tablet, the interior with label for William Evans Gun & Rifle Makers, London, leather handles and straps, some later accessories inside, case believed to have been used in 1966 by Lord John Swansea, representing Wales in the Commonwealth Games, where he took Gold in the Full Bore Rifle event. He took a Silver in the same event at the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane, 89cms long

Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £300-400* 5 A J NEEDS & CO BOND STREET ANTIQUE LEATHER WRITING BOX the lid with yellow metal handle and escutcheon inscribed ‘Odo R Vivian’, to the interior a lift-out compartment and beneath a collection of playing cards and parlour-game accessories, 41cms wide Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £100-150*

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6 6 LARGE SILK BANNER PAINTED WITH VERSION OF THE FAMILY CREST OF THE VIVIAN FAMILY OF SWANSEA 170 x 250cms Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £70-100*

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Rogers Jones & Co 10 COLLECTION OF MIXED ANTIQUARIAN BOOKS FROM THE VIVIAN FAMILY including two volumes of ‘Visitations of Cornwall’, ‘Parochial and Family History of Trigg Minor’, a boxed set of ‘Handy Volume Shakespeare’, three volumes of ‘Royal Military Calendar’, ‘History of Wales’ by Woodward, a volume of ‘Lives of the Cambro British Saints’, ‘Lieber Landavensis’, ‘A Patrick’s Day Hunt’ by Martin Moss and Somerville, ‘Notes of a Tour in America’ by H Hussey Vivian, ‘The Art of J McNeill Whistler’, a 1919 chattels auction catalogue by Knight Frank & Rutley for Singleton Abbey, ‘Domestic Architecture’ by P F Robinson (architect for Singleton Abbey) etc Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £300-400*

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7 PAIR OF INVESTITURE CHAIRS TOGETHER WITH RELATED SCRAPBOOK an icon of design being the 1969 Prince of Wales Investiture chair by Lord Snowdon, built in stained beech and plywood with olive-ash and embossed with the Prince of Wales motif in gold leaf, the chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969 (one cushion) Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £300-500* 8 LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY EDWARD BATE stamped maker’s mark to yellow metal oval, London proof mark to barrel, bearing white metal Prince of Wales Feathers engraved escutcheon, carved handle, 39cms long Condition Report: chipped / cracked handle Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £100-150*

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9 NATURAL HISTORY ANTIQUARIAN BOOKS from the Vivian library, comprising H N Humpreys & J O Westwood ‘British Moths and their Transformations’ and a single volume of ‘British Butterflies and their Transformations’ 1849, published by William S Orr & Co; together with set of three volumes ‘A History of British Birds’ by William Yarrell, half calf, London 1843, published by John Van Voorst, two volumes of ‘The Feathered Tribes of the British Islands’ by Robert Mudie and set of four ‘British Birds’ by Archibald Thornburn, 1926

11 RARE VOLUME OF ‘THE CELEBRATED TALES OF MOTHER GOOSE’ dated 1817, published by J Harris, St Paul’s Church-Yard, London, with colour engraved illustrations, marbled hardboard cover and Morocco spine, 14 x 9cms Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £100-150* 12 FAMILY BIBLE FOR THE VIVIAN FAMILY OF SWANSEA the first page with handwritten family-line, printed by John Baskett, 1721, together with a volume of Polyglot Bible, the frontis page inscribed ‘H Hussey Vivian, Park Wern’ and two volumes of ‘Hooker’s Works’ both with inscription and signed J Aubrey Vivian, March 1881 Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £70-100*

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Provenance: some volumes with Herbert Jones Swansea book-binders label and some signed ‘Singleton’, consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £300-500*

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14 PAIR OF SIGNED PHOTOGRAPHS OF PRINCE OF WALES (ALBERT EDWARD) & ALEXANDRA OF DENMARK both dated 1881 with signatures, within (distressed) velvet lined easel frames with gilt metal cyphers and crowns, 39 x 24cms Auctioneer’s note: in 1881 Prince of Wales visited Swansea to officially open the Prince of Wales dock and was met by Baron Swansea Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £300-400* 15 BOUND MATERIAL RELATING TO THE FUNERAL OF DUKE OF WELLINGTON 1852 comprising ‘First and Second Reports from the Select Committee on the Funeral of the Duke of Wellington - Ordered by the House of Commons....1852’, ‘Services and Anthems’ booklet printed by George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswoode, and stuck-down on the inside of the cover an admission card for the funeral, addressed to John Henry Vivian, to be seated ‘Centre area under the Dome’ with Speaker of the House of Commons’ black wax seal, gilt initials J H V to cover Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £150-250* 16 THREE FASCINATING LATE-VICTORIAN PHOTO ALBUMS RELATING TO THE VIVIAN FAMILY well-documented with handwritten annotations, many photographs showing residences and including many interior photos with furniture and antiques, many photographs of occasions with well-heeled attendees, some pages with signatures, also noted an intriguing photograph of two workers inscribed ‘Morfa Colliery Accident’, they appear to be in a shell-shocked state, one photograph (page 30) shows a group with believed Augustus John - the Bohemian artist of the day (seated with dog) Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £200-300*

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17 A VISITOR’S BOOK FOR VIVIAN RESIDENCE ‘GLANRAFON’ IN SWANSEA with many signed entries from 1907 to 1970 including Baden Powell (1907) Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £50-100* 18 AVERIL VIVIAN’S SCRAPBOOK titled as such and containing watercolours, photographs of staff and other people within the family circle and with helpful handwritten names, late-Victorian Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £100-150*

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19 FIVE VIVIAN FAMILY SCRAP BOOKS CONTAINING NEWSPAPER CUTTINGS Victorian and later, mainly relating to the family, politics and events; together with an 1873 exhibition catalogue for South Kensington Museum (now V&A) and a book of handwritten odes and ditties Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £100-150*

22 A COMPREHENSIVELY FILLED SCRAP BOOK OF VICTORIAN & LATER DINNER MENU CARDS many from auspicious venues such as Belgrave Square, Fox Club, Orleans Club, Mansion House, Marlborough House etc Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £300-500*

20 COLLECTION OF LETTERS IN ENVELOPES contained within a tan leather vanity case marked ‘SWANSEA’ sorted into bundles and noted as follows ‘Letters to Vivi (Vivian) from her sisters before her marriage in 1899’, ‘Letters Re Aubrey Vivian son of Lord Swansea by his 2nd marriage 1855-1898’, ‘Letters to VV from her great friend Mabel Lowther’, ‘Letters to Henry Vivian from his sister Vivi, 1873 & 1898’, ‘Letters of condolence to Vivi on death of her beloved half brother Aubrey Vivian’, ‘Vivian Various’, ‘Various Letters relating to Vivians’, ‘Letters to Miss Dulcie Vivian from Duchess of York’ and other letters loose, many of the letters are contained in mourning envelopes

23 SEVEN PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS RELATING TO THE VIVIAN FAMILY OF SWANSEA with many annotations and dates, providing an insight to the social-life of one of Wales most famous noble families, includes 1920s album of family and babies, 1900s album including photo of Cowbridge Races in 1903, Miskin, Professional Golf Match at Jersey Marine, Swansea showing Scottish golfer James Braid, Sandy Herd et al and an 1899 partridge shoot, a 1900s album showing various residences and people in the family circle, 1920 / 30s album of photographs of the Vivian family at Caer Beris, Builth Wells, including room interiors, 1950s album of African scenes including of the ‘copper belt’, 1920s album with a photo of King George V walking in Swansea in 1920, views of Glanogwr house with family and pets and horses, holiday photographs etc

Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £200-400*

Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £150-250*

21 A VICTORIAN GAME SHOOTING LEDGER FOR H H VIVIAN for recording shots at shooting-parties from various seasons 1852-1911, with records of location, note of paying guns and a breakdown of the successful variants of the game successfully shot, with an additional column for remarks; together with another pocket version game book inscribed ‘Odo R Vivian’, from 1893-onward and another pocket version, unknown owner

24 FIVE POCKET BOOKS three with mono­ grammed covers comprising ‘SV’ Sarah Vivian’s 1880s handwritten housekeeping accounts for the Singleton estate, ‘MSS’ Mrs J H Vivian’s 1860s / 1870s housekeeping accounts book, ‘MSS’ Sarah Vivian’s 1880s journal, an ‘epitome’ summary of Sarah Vivian’s pocket books 1866-1884 compiled by Clarice Vivian (granddaughter), leather purse-book containing letters from John Henry Vivian to his wife and containing a lock of hair from Sir Richard Hussey Vivian (1750-1842)

Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £100-150*

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29 29 ALBUM OF 13 WATERCOLOURS ON RICE PAPER RELATING TO SINGLETON ABBEY SWANSEA, circa 1830s, unsigned Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £100-150* 30 HISTORICAL NINETEENTH CENTURY ALBUM OF WATERCOLOURS & PRINTS RELATING TO THE VIVIAN FAMILY & SWANSEA AREA in gilded Morocco binding and titled ‘Swansea Bay’, most pictures with explanatory notes and dates, many comprising Vivian residences including watercolours of ‘Marino 1816’ and ‘...after alterations 1820’, ‘Singleton (Marino) 2nd Alteration’, ‘Lodges at Singleton’, also noted ‘A days fishing in Black Pill’ and many sketches signed by Pitman (possibly John Pitman - fl.1814-1841) including ‘Tricksy, Little Foxhound Terrier from Truro Kennel’ a portrait of a standing greyhound named ‘Venus’ another of a horse and drawings of other animals, also signed Pitman ‘Mumbles Light House - Bracelet Bay’ and other local scenes to Swansea. Also noted, a watercolour of the Ladies of Llangollen riding side-saddle, signed M Lindsay, watercolours and drawings of local scenes by pioneering photographer and painter Rev Calvert Richard Jones, original pencil drawings by Singleton architect P F Robinson, sketch of local scene signed Townley, various portraits of ships, fine watercolour botanical study signed Mrs Withers etc Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £700-1000*

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34 34 NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL oil on canvases, a pair - half portrait of Betsy Vivian (nee Cranch) and husband John Vivian within oval outlines, unsigned, 74 x 61cms Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £100-150* 35 BRITISH SCHOOL mixed media - head and shoulders portrait of a lady with landscape and house behind, entitled verso ‘Ursula Margaret Vivian (1911-1963) eldest daughter of Odo Richard Vivian, 3rd Lord Swansea...’, unsigned, 43 x 28cms

35 38 NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL watercolour - the Glynn Vivian country residence ‘Marino’, unsigned, 40 x 54cms together with a small early nineteenth century architectural drawing of The Glynn Vivian Gallery, Swansea, entitled ‘South East Front of Glynn’ Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £40-60* 39-41 No Lots 36

Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £100-200* 36 NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL oil on canvases, a pair - head and shoulders portrait of a young man and young lady, labels verso inscribed ‘One of a pair of portraits, the other being that of Betsy Vivian, daughter of J H Vivian. Possibly Betsy’s brother, Henry Hussey Vivian as a young man’, and ‘Betsy Vivian, eldest daughter of J H Vivian’, unsigned, 56 x 51cms and 60 x 51cms Provenance: consigned directly from a member of the Vivian family £100-150* 37 NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL oil on canvas, a pair - half portrait of Henry Hussey Vivian Bart MP, inscribed verso with title and ‘created’ ‘Swansea of Singleton, 9 June 1893’, and portrait of ‘The Lady Swansea’, titled verso, dated 1893, 75 x 61cms

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Rogers Jones & Co 43 BRYNMAWR OAK RAILBACK SIDEBOARD designed by Paul Matt for Brynmawr Furniture, having two central drawers over a small shelved cupboard and flanked either side by cupboards with a single shelf and internal drawer, 136cm wide £300-500*

42 EARLY EIGHTEENTH CENTURY SNOWDONIA CWPWRDD TRIDARN in oak, having an open canopy, three frieze drawers, turned pendants, middle section with double cupboard and fixed central panel, base with two double panelled cupboards, believed to have been constructed in the village of Beddgelert, 132cms wide x 57cms deep x 207cms high Condition Report: appears to have good originality, some later sections such as internal cupboard drawers, side of cornice, please see images Provenance: continued generational ownership within Llyn Peninsula farming family, similar tridarn illustrated in ‘Welsh Furniture 1250-1950’ by Richard Bebb (ill. 577) £2500-3500* 42

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44 44 FOUR INVESTITURE CHAIRS an icon of design being the 1969 Prince of Wales Investiture chair by Lord Snowdon, built in stained beech and plywood with olive-ash and embossed with the Prince of Wales motif in gold leaf, the chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969, three in their original packing boxes together with an official souvenir programme Condition Report: boxes commensurate with age, chairs have some scrapes / chips to the frame of each £500-700*

45 45 FOUR INVESTITURE CHAIRS an icon of design being the 1969 Prince of Wales Investiture chair by Lord Snowdon, built in stained beech and plywood with oliveash and embossed with the Prince of Wales motif in gold leaf, the chair was manufactured by Welsh Remploy factories, dated 1969 each having a loose gold braided and tasselled cushion Provenance: from the estate of the late Roy Bohana MBE, musician and composer Condition Report: good overall, no apparent damage, some staining to one seat cushion £600-900*

47 46 ANTIQUE WELSH QUILT in daffodil yellow, spiral design with larger centred motif, border skirt, believed Tregaron area, 81 x 86cms £100-150* 47 CARDIGANSHIRE LIP-WORK CIRCULAR BASKET of tapered form, traditionally crafted from wheat straw coils bound with strips of bramble, circa 1880-1910, 37cms diam at neck £80-120*

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49 ENAMEL SIGN FOR MCKENZIE & BROWN LTD CAERNARVON orange ground with blue lettering, 23 x 31cms £70-100* 50 FRANK BOWCHER case presented pair of bronze medallions and similar miniatures to commemorate David Lloyd George with relief head and shoulders portrait of Lloyd George showing to one and Britannia on other, 19cms diam, highquality original case presentation includes title plaque ‘Presented by Spink & Son’, to each corner four metallic pins in the form of two dragons and two leaks, fabric interior within mahogany frame, overall dimensions, 42 x 78cms £700-1000*

50 53 WELSH RUGBY UNION CAP 1935 date to peak, embroidered Prince of Wales feathers and detail, maker Ben Evans & Co, Swansea, unknown player, possibly Welsh Schools Auctioneer’s Note: in 1935 Wales beat the New Zealand All Blacks for the second of three times £100-200*

51 WELSH FRUITWOOD CARVED LOVE SPOON mid-19th Century, pierced with ‘MP 1842’ below a centre heart with flanking opposing shapes, below the date are hollowed slots, all round naive carving of crosses and triangles, 27cms £700-1000* 52 GOLD CIGARETTE CASE WITH BEJEWELLED MONOGRAM FOR MADAME ADELINA PATTI in 9ct yellow gold (appprox as tested not hallmarked), the monogram in diamonds and rubies above inscription ‘For All Eternity 1891’, inscribed Rowlands & Frazer 145 Regent St London, 93gms (gilt decorated blue Morocco fitted case and volume of ‘The Reign of Patti’)

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Rogers Jones & Co 54 1905-1907 WALES INTERNATIONAL RUGBY UNION JERSEY WORN BY RHYS GABE (1880-1967) HAVING BEEN SWAPPED WITH IRISH OPPONENT BASIL MACLEAR bearing embroidered Prince of Wales feathers on a black background, four buttons and white collar, bears label to back of waist for J C Stewart, Edinburgh Provenance: quotation by Rhys Gabe in ‘Fifty Years of the All Blacks’ ‘The match between Munster and the All Blacks in November 1905 afforded Basil Maclear the opportunity of creating a unique record that of playing against the All Blacks four times. What the extent of Munster’s defeat would have been without the heroic deeds of Maclear is a matter of conjecture. Captain Maclear was a charming personality and persona grata, with all his opponents on and off the field. I was delighted to exchange jerseys with him after a memorable Ireland v Wales game, when we were Captains and opposite numbers at Centre ¾’ Statement from vendor ‘after Basil was killed in 1915, all of his effects were sent to his mother and she in turn passed them on to her granddaughter, my mother. (I should point out that my grandfather Percy, Basil’s brother, had already been killed less than a year earlier, and the third of the five brothers was killed towards the end of the Great War). My mother was the only child of that generation. Of my mother’s children, I was the sportsman, so she passed all of Basil’s effects to me. These included a suitcase containing his rugby jerseys and caps, comprising three Ireland jerseys (one with his name-tag sewn in), a Welsh jersey and an All Blacks Originals jersey. He had played against them 4 times on their 1905 tour. I have been caring for these since they came into my possession in 1974. I am the son of the late Eileen Bickford, nee Maclear and Basil Maclear was my mother’s uncle’. Rhys Thomas Gabe (born as Rees Thomas Gape) known as ‘Rusty’ won 24 x caps for Wales and British Lions four times, he represented Llanelli, London Welsh and Cardiff. He started his rugby career in his home-town club of Llangennech in West Wales and then made his debut for Llanelli in 1897 at the age of seventeen. Four years later he relocated to London where he represented London Welsh at centre before moving back to Wales to take up a teaching job and playing for Cardiff. There he formed a devastating centre partnership with Gwyn Nicholls for both Cardiff and Wales. His playing-career in Cardiff lasted for eight years between 1902 and 1910 and he was club captain in

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58 55 A LARGE SIZED MINER’S LAMP bearing brass label for Thomas & Williams, Aberdare, complete with hanging hook, 30cms Provenance: given to the owner by her father and in the previous ownership of her grandfather, Edwin Morgan, the original owner of the lamp and one of the four Morgan Brothers who owned and ran Abercraf Colliery and who also had connections with Craig y Nos £70-100* 56 THREE ITEMS RELATING TO MRS SUSAN EVA WILLIAMS MBE JP D.St.J (1915-2011) being a head and shoulders oil painting portrait in High Sheriff’s dress by Lincoln Tabor, 68 x 48cms, together with a pastel portrait of two hunting hounds with label verso ‘Nero and Nelson - Tredegar Hunt’, 34 x 60cms and Susan Williams’ ceremonial High Sheriff hat by Hillhouse and Co, London in original retailer’s box and initialled hat-case Auctioneer’s Note: Mrs Williams was the first female High Sheriff in Wales and from 1968 the first female Lord Lieutenant in Wales. She was also Lord Lieutenant of South Glamorgan 1985-1990 and the last chatelaine of Llanrumney hall before the house was compulsorily purchased by Cardiff Council in 1952, she was the first female to be made a steward at Chepstow Racecourse in the 1970s Provenance: by direct family descent £100-150*

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60 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA signed fully in pencil, limited edition (23/275) Gregynog Press 2002 volume of ‘Cutting Images’ (A Selection of Linocuts), printed by David Vickers and W O Jones, Llangefni, complete with slip-case, accompanying paperwork £700-1000* 61 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA signed fully in pencil, limited edition (44/275) Gregynog Press 2002 volume of ‘Cutting Images’ (A Selection of Linocuts), printed by David Vickers and W O Jones, Llangefni, complete with slip-case £700-1000*

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62 RICHARD BEBB two cased volumes ‘Welsh Furniture 1250-1950: A Cultural History of Craftmanship and Design’ (Saer Books 2007) £70-100* 63 IOAN BOWEN REES limited edition (101/275) Gwasg Gregynog volume of ‘The Mountains of Wales (An Anthology in Verse & Prose), 1987, illustrated lithographs by Adrian Lack, signed, with slip-case £80-120*

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67 GROUP OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY WELSH BLUE & WHITE TRANSFER EARTHENWARE including Swansea coffee pot and cover, printed with a chinoiserie pattern including a palm tree, 26cms high, ewer printed with the ‘Oriental Basket’ pattern, 33cms high, a Baker, Bevan & Irwin coffee pot and cover, printed with the ‘Cottage Girl’ pattern, 24cms high, and a Swansea coffee pot with a matched cover, printed with the ‘Plantation’ pattern, 26cms high (5) Condition Report: on request £300-400*

67 68 THREE WELSH POTTERY TRANSFER DECORATED PLATTERS comprising Llanelly ‘Colandine’ pattern, Swansea ‘Monopteros’ and another Condition Report: hairlines to Monopteros and other £50-80* 69 LARGE & MEDIUM SIZE DILLWYN CAMBRIAN BLUE & WHITE TRANSFER PLATTERS in the ‘Long Bridge Willow’ pattern, trellis and floral design to cavetto, geometric scroll and floral outer border, circa 1800 Condition Report: no apparent problems £60-100* 70 LARGE & MEDIUM SIZE GLAMORGAN POTTERY BLUE & WHITE TRANSFER PLATTERS in the ‘Ladies of Llangollen’ pattern with the iconic same-sex couple Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby on horseback with landscape and buildings

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Condition Report: hairline to small platter only £60-90* 71 EWENNY POTTERY THREE-FACED OWL BOWL of trefoil form in mottled blue glaze with painted sgraffito and relief decoration, inscribed ‘Clay Pits Pottery Ewenny’ to base, 10cms high Condition Report: discolouration, possibly restored £100-150* 72 EWENNY POTTERY THREE-FACED OWL BOWL of trefoil form in mottled green glaze with painted sgraffito and relief decoration, inscribed ‘Clay Pits Pottery Ewenny’ to base, 11cms high

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73 EWENNY POTTERY SHAVING MUG of circular footed form with loop handle and half-shelf interior, inscribed ‘This pot was made for John Davies, Who’s beard grows stout & strong, May it last many a year, And John live twice as long’, 9cms high Condition Report: no apparent problems £100-150*

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Rogers Jones & Co 74 EWENNY POTTERY MODEL OF A SEATED PIG in brown mottled glaze, incised decoration, inscribed to base ‘Ewenny Pottery 1900’ to base, 15cms long Condition Report: restored ear and trotter £100-150* 75 EWENNY POTTERY MODEL OF A SEATED PIG titled to the back ‘Y Mochyn Bach’ inscribed to the base ‘Ewenny Pottery’, 16.5cms long Condition Report: extensively restored £100-150* 74

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76 EWENNY POTTERY MODEL OF A SEATED CAT in mottled yellow glaze, unglazed bow and eyes, incised decoration and title ‘Pwsi Fach’, 18cms high Condition Report: repaired ear £100-150* 77 EWENNY POTTERY MODEL OF A SEATED CAT in mustard glaze, incised decoration, untitled, inscribed to base, inscribed ‘Clay Pits Pottery Ewenny’, 21cms high Condition Report: scrapes / chips to foot and ears £300-400*

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77 78 EWENNY POTTERY MODEL OF A SEATED CAT in mottled blue glaze, separate front legs, incised decoration including tied bow, untitled, 19cms high Condition Report: restored £200-400* 79 EWENNY SLIPWARE POTTERY VASE DESIGNED BY HORACE ELLIOTT of bottle form with straight-sided expanding neck, rich mustard glaze with sgraffito decoration and chevron panels of slip, made for the dedication of St Matthew’s Church, Pontypridd, 33cms high Provenance: see illustration 47 ‘The Ewenny Potteries’ (National Museum of Wales, 1982) Condition Report: re-glazed areas, chip to foot and neck £500-1000*

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Rogers Jones & Co 80 EWENNY POTTERY SLIPWARE WATER JUG of tapered form with loop handle, in mustard glaze, naturalistic sgraffito decoration and inscriptions ‘Gwlad Morgan, Gard Gymru yw hi’ (Morgan’s Country, Its the Guard of Wales) and ‘Deep rivers flow with silent majesty, shallow brooks are noisy’, signed to the base by Evan Jones ‘E Jones Clay Pits Pottery Bridgend’, circa 1890, 31cms high Condition Report: chips to foot £600-800* 81 EWENNY POTTERY HEN & CHICKS MONEY BOX of bottle form with hen finial with chick on her back above a raised series of eight small chicks to the shoulder, inscribed ‘Betty Christopher 1925’, base unmarked, 18cms high

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85 85 A LLANELLY POTTERY CHESTNUT BASKET & STAND of oval form with pierce-work body to the body of the twin-handled basket and border of the stand, painted with tea-roses and stock, designed by Frederick Henshall, 25cms and stand, 28cms Condition Report: no apparent problems £1500-2000* 86 A LLANELLY PLATE SIGNED BY SHUFFLEBOTHAM of circular form with green and red trim, painted with a portrait of a standing lady in Welsh costume being Mari Jones ‘The Bible Girl’, titled ‘Wales’ to the border, inscribed in green ‘Llanelly’ to the base, intials SWS for Samuel Walter Shufflebotham, 25cms diam

86 88 A LLANELLY POTTERY FOUR PIECE CABARET TEA SET painted with Black Cocks strutting on grass, stencilled LLANELLY to base, 24cms high

Auctioneer’s Note: signed pieces such as this were not produced commercially but were meant for members of Shufflebotham’s family or personal circle

Condition Report: small chip to cream jug, unusual line around teapot, please enquire £800-1200*

Condition Report: no apparent problems £4000-5000* 87 A RARE PAIR OF LLANELLY CANDLESTICKS with circular bases and decorated with pansies, stencilled LLANELLY to base, 24cms high

89 RARE SHAPE LLANELLY POTTERY COFFEE POT having a circular foot, fluted base and spout, spurred loop handle and loose cover, painted with briar-roses all-round, inscribed Llanelly to base, 23cms high

Condition Report: no apparent problems, crazing commensurate with age and type £1200-1800*

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90 LLANELLY POTTERY JARDINIERE of lobed circular form, painted with wild-blackberries, stencilled Llanelly to base, 22cms diam Condition Report: repaired body £300-500* 91 A LLANELLY POTTERY MUG painted with a single black cock crowing on grass with speech bubble from beak ‘Boreoda Chwi’ (sic), stencilled LLANELLY mark to base, 7.5cms high Condition Report: handle restored £350-450* 92 A LLANELLY POTTERY TEAPOT painted with purple irises, stencilled Llanelly to base, 21cms spout to handle Condition Report: incorrect cover £300-400*

93 93 A LLANELLY POTTERY TEA CUP & SAUCER painted with single black strutting cock to each element, and both inscribed S J James Llandudoch, stencilled LLANELLY to bases Condition Report: no apparent problems £300-400* 94 TWO PAIRS OF LLANELLY POTTERY COCKEREL TEA-PLATES, 17.5cms and, 16cms diam Condition Report: crazing, hairlines to the two larger, please enquire £500-600* 95 A LLANELLY POTTERY COCKEREL FRUIT BOWL, 21cms diam Condition Report: hairlines / crazing £250-350*

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Rogers Jones & Co 96 A LLANELLY POTTERY MILK JUG painted with tea-roses and leaves, stencilled Llanelly to base, 8cms high Condition Report: no apparent problems £200-250* 97 A LLANELLY POTTERY SINGLE-HANDLED SPILL VASE of tapering form, painted with wild-cherries, 15.25cms high Condition Report: 3cms hairline from neck £150-250*

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98 A LLANELLY POTTERY CHAMBERSTICK WITH THREE SNUFFERS of circular form with loop handle, painted with plums, 15cms diam

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Condition Report: one snuffer cracked, restored handle £180-250* 99 A LLANELLY POTTERY PLATE painted with single strutting black cock on grass, 20cms diam Condition Report: no apparent problems / crazing £100-150* 100 A LLANELLY POTTERY MUG painted with single tea-rose on branch with leaves, stencilled Llanelly to base, 8.5cms high Condition Report: no apparent problems £120-180* 101 A SMALL LLANELLY POTTERY SPILL VASE with faceted body and shaped neck, painted with briar-roses, stencilled Llanelly to base, 16cms high

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101 102 A LLANELLY POTTERY MUG painted with single black cock strutting on grass, stencilled LLANELLY to base, 7.5cms high Condition Report: no apparent problems £100-140* 103 No Lot

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104 A SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE attributed to William Pollard, painted with three panels of birds on branches and spray of summer flowers between cobalt blue ground with stylized gilt foliage, stencilled SWANSEA mark to base, 21cms diam Condition Report: no apparent problems £300-400* 105 A NANTGARW PORCELAIN TRIO the two footed cups having elevated loop handles, each element painted with flower sprays and gilt palmette motifs, saucer 14cms diam Condition Report: no apparent problems £500-600* 106 A NANTGARW PORCELAIN TEA CUP & SAUCER painted with bright flower sprays Condition Report: no apparent problems £300-400*

107 A SWANSEA PORCELAIN TEA CUP & SAUCER attributed to William Pollard, painted with birds on branches and sprays of summer flowers between canted rectangular cartouches on cobalt blue ground with stylized gilt foliage, stencilled SWANSEA mark to base of saucer Condition Report: no apparent problems £200-400*

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108 A NANTGARW PORCELAIN SHELL SHAPED DISH decorated with a continuous band of flowers to the border and a central spray of flowers to the interior, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 21.5cms wide Condition Report: no apparent problems £600-800* 107 109 NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE having an oeil de perdrix border between gilded moulding of ribbons, flowers and c-scrolls, the interior with sprays of wild-flowers and a butterfly, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 21.5cms diam Condition Report: no apparent problems £600-700*

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Rogers Jones & Co 110 NANTGARW PORCELAIN LOBED SQUARE DISH painted in blue with sprays of flowers and with gilt rim, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 23.5cms

112 A NANTGARW PORCELAIN CRUCIFORM PLATE WITH DAISY MOULDING decorated with sprays of flowers within the chocolate rim, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 20cms diam

Condition Report: no apparent problems £500-600*

Condition Report: no apparent problems £1000-1500*

111 A NANTGARW PORCELAIN CRUCIFORM PLATE WITH DAISY MOULDING decorated with insects within the chocolate rim, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 20cms diam

113 SWANSEA PORCELAIN RECTANGULAR TWIG-HANDLE DISH painted in the Imari palette, Japan pattern ‘No.264’, the handles in gold, circa 1818-1820, inscribed SWANSEA to base, 28.5cms

Condition Report: no apparent problems £1000-1500*

Condition Report: no apparent problems other than tiny nicks to foot £300-500*

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115 A SWANSEA PORCELAIN CUP & SAUCER decorated with stylized poppyseed boxes, pattern No. 297, Swansea script mark to each Condition Report: no apparent problems £150-200* 116 SMALL SWANSEA PORCELAIN FRUIT BOWL decorated with a continuous gilt and green leaf vine within a gilded rim, Swansea script mark to base, 16cms diam Condition Report: no apparent problems £250-300*

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118 A SWANSEA PORCELAIN CRUCIFORM CIRCULAR DISH decorated with scattered cornflower heads, gilt rim and gilt interior circle, impressed SWANSEA mark to base, 23cms diam Condition Report: no apparent problems £100-150* 119 A SWANSEA PORCELAIN JAPAN PATTERN OVAL DISH pattern No.194, painted in the Imari palette and style in dark blue and gold tracery interspersed with orange and green straps, 29cms long

117 A SWANSEA PORCELAIN GAZEBO PATTERN DISH decorated in the Japan style with interior landscape featuring stylised river scene with fishing boat, the border with eight arched panels of rust foliage to a green and gilded scrolled border, 24cms diam

Condition Report: no apparent problems £350-400*

Condition Report: no apparent problems £400-450*

Condition Report: no apparent problems £300-400*

120 NANTGARW PORCELAIN CIRCULAR PLATE painted in blue with sprays of flowers and with gilt rim, impressed NANT GARW CW to base, 21cms

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122 A SWANSEA PORCELAIN BOWL decorated with stylized poppyseed boxes, pattern No. 297, Swansea script mark to base, 16cms diam Condition Report: no apparent problems £150-200*

123 A SWANSEA PORCELAIN TABLE CENTRE-PIECE of lobed circular form raised over a stepped circular foot and having twin-handles, the border typically moulded with c-scrolls, flowers and ribbons, the interior painted with a spray of flowers and the border with specimens of flowers and a vine of strawberries, gilded handles, rim and borders, 26cms diam x 14cms high Condition Report: in superb fresh condition in our opinion, very faint stress lines to body £1500-2500* 124 A SWANSEA PORCELAIN CUP & SAUCER decorated with a gold oeil-de-perdrix on a turquoise ground and with oval panels of pink roses, stencilled SWANSEA to base of both Condition Report: no apparent problems £100-150*

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125 TWO SWANSEA PORCELAIN JAPAN PATTERN ITEMS comprising (1) circular tureen-stand decorated with chrysanthemum & trailing buds, the border with seeded green ground opposing panels divided by pink & white flowers with cobalt leaves & trailing buds, red stencilled SWANSEA mark to base, pattern number 436, 19cms diam (2) an Imaristyle fan-handled dish inscribed Swansea and pattern no. 233 to the base, 22cms diam Condition Report: no apparent problems £80-140* 126 TWO PART-SETS OF SWANSEA PORCELAIN PARIS FLUTE DESIGN TEAWARE comprising teapot and matching breakfast cup and saucer, the fluting filled with gilding, the remainder being cups and saucers with ungilded fluting

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Rogers Jones & Co 127 SWANSEA PORCELAIN DESSERT PLATE with lobed rim and having a moulded border with C-scrolls, flowers, foliage and ribbon-bows, the interior with a full spray of wild-flowers including daffodil and roses within a gilded border, 21cms diam Condition Report: no apparent problems, decoration very fresh £300-500* 128 SWANSEA PORCELAIN PLATE decorated with a spray of colourful wild-flowers and roses to the interior, the border decorated in gilding and with fine green foliage, 21cms diam Condition Report: no apparent problems, decoration very fresh £250-350*

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129 FINE & RARE NANTGARW PORCELAIN PLATE London decorated, the border with a continuous link of colour flowers, roses and foliage to a stippled background, the centre with two exotic colourful birds on branch in landscape, four surrounding butterflies, circa 1818-1820, impressed mark NANT GARW CW to base, 24cms diam Condition Report: stunning example with very little wear to decoration, colours very vibrant, without restoration, chips or other damage £2500-3500*

129 130 SUPERB NANTGARW PORCELAIN DOLPHIN HANDLED VASE with twin dolphin handles picked out in gold, leafform moulding to shoulders to a concave neck over a heavy turned circular foot, the body finely decorated with an array of garden flowers and leaves at Sims workshop London, circa 1818-1820, 13cms high Auctioneer’s Note: similar vases were modelled with a groove to accept a cover, the rim of this vase has been gilded and there is no groove and so this vase would not have been covered Provenance: private collection Cardiff, similar vase illustrated by W D John ‘Nantgarw Porcelain, Illustration 16B’ Condition Report: hairline to body, decoration exceptionally fresh, commensurate wear to gilding £6000-7000* 131-139 No Lots

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Prints & Multiples Printiau & Lluosog

THE VIEW / BWRW GOLWG

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Rogers Jones & Co 140 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA limited edition (56/150) print - figure walking on snowy lane with nearby cottage, signed with initials, 47 x 57cms Provenance: with original receipt from the Albany Gallery, Cardiff and exhibition catalogue dated 2006 £150-250* 141 JOHN ELWYN limited edition (255/300) colour lithograph - beach scene, entitled ‘Laugharne Estuary from Dylan Thomas’ Writing Shed’, signed and dated 1988, 38 x 55cms £100-200*

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142 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA fine limited edition (112/150) woodcut - ‘Huw Dic’, a mole catcher from Beddgelert, signed with initials, 63 x 33cms £350-450* 143 CERI RICHARDS colour lithograph (limited to 100) - figures, entitled ‘Costers Dancing’, signed and dated October ‘52, 48 x 61cms £300-400* 144 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA limited edition (27/150) print - farmer and sheepdog on mountain summit, signed fully in pencil, 56 x 42cms £250-350*

141 145 PAUL PETER PIECH coloured linocut / print - a quotation by Eisenhower and War graphic, signed and dated 1982 and with his own personal blind stamp, 43 x 62cms £250-350*

142 146 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA limited edition (206/750) print - hunched figure, entitled ‘Farmer at Funeral’, signed fully in pencil, 56 x 33cms £200-300*

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152 151 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA limited edition (13/75) colour print - old upland dwelling with dry stone walls under sunset, signed fully in pencil, 36 x 51cms £200-300* 152 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA limited edition (12/75) colour print - sunset over Snowdonia mountain range, signed fully in pencil, 35 x 52cms £150-200*

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154 147 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA linocut - prowling sheep dog, signed fully in pencil, 24 x 36cms £150-250* 148 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA linocut - Venice with buildings and boats, signed fully in pencil, 28 x 32cms £200-300* 149 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA limited edition (4/75) print - Mott the sheepdog, signed fully in pencil, 28 x 46cms £400-600*

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150 DAVID CARPANINI artist’s proof etching South Wales Valley street scene, entitled in pencil to the margin ‘Gathering Storm, Nant-y-Moel’, signed fully in pencil, 51 x 65cms £150-200*

153 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA colour artist proof print - hill farmer appearing over mountainside with Snowdonia range behind in stormy skies, signed fully in pencil, 59 x 57cms £300-500* 154 CERI RICHARDS limited edition (40/50) lithograph - entitled ‘The Flowering Skull’ from ‘The Dylan Thomas Suite’, signed and dated 1965, 59 x 81cms £300-500* 155 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA artist proof (II/XV) print - farmer and sheep dog on mountainside, signed fully in pencil, 56 x 43cms £250-350*

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Rogers Jones & Co 156 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA colour artist proof print - full standing portrait of Hugh Rowlands with stick, signed fully in pencil, 67 x 50cms Condition Report: slight blemish in margin £300-500* 157 PETER NICHOLAS (1934-2015) limited edition (56/150) mono print - from a drawing for the artist’s Ivor Novello sculpture, signed in pencil and dated 28.02.07, 70 x 53.5cms £100-200* 158 CERI RICHARDS one of twelve limited edition (27/50) lithographs - for Six Poems by Dylan Thomas, entitled ‘And Death Shall Have No Dominion’, signed and dated 1965, 58 x 80cms £300-500*

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159 CERI RICHARDS artist’s proof screenprint - entitled ‘Jardin Sous La Pluie’, signed and dated 1967, Kelpra Studio stamp verso, on wove paper, 67 x 64cms £300-400* 160 CERI RICHARDS limited edition (21/50) lithograph - entitled ‘Green Metaphor’ from ‘Twelve Lithographs for Six Poems by Dylan Thomas’, Curwen Press, signed in pencil and dated 1965, 80 x 57cms

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Condition Report: discolouration with age £300-400* 161 PAUL PETER PIECH coloured linocut / print - illustration of a bird, entitled ‘Freedom: A Poem by Carolyn’, pencil signed and dated 1987, 64 x 45cms £200-300* 162 SUE SHIELDS framed poster for the poem ‘Hon’ by T H ParryWilliams, printed by Gwasg Gomer, Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru, 76 x 50cms Provenance: from the estate of the late Roy Bohana MBE, musician and composer £50-80*

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Rogers Jones & Co 163 TWO DYLAN THOMAS ADVERTISING POSTERS colour printed - for ‘To Begin at the Beginning’ and for new publications by Everyman, 58 x 40cms £40-70*

164 MERLYN EVANS etching - figures, entitled ‘Tragic Group’ dated 1949/50, 60 x 70cms Auctioneer’s Note: this haunting image portrays hungry and cold Finnish refugees weeping together after being displaced at the start of World War II £600-900*

163 165 MERLYN EVANS etching and aquatint - two opposing cynically grinning figures, entitled verso ‘The Chess Players 1951’, 45 x 45cms Auctioneer’s Note: the image was influenced by the scene of Molotov and Ribbentrop, the Foreign Ministers of Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, enduring the act of raising a glass together at The Kremlin during the signing of the Soviet-Nazi Non-Aggression Pact of 1939, shortly before the outbreak of war £400-700*

164 166 CERI AUCKLAND DAVIES limited edition (37/250) print - entitled ‘Llangrannog Sunset’, signed in pencil, 47 x 49cms £100-150*

167 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA limited edition (108/250) print moonlit Anglesey church, signed in full, 23 x 26cms £100-150*

168 JOHN STOPS linocut (3/4) - Pembrokeshire farm buildings and barn, entitled ‘Treleddyd Fawr V’, signed and dated 1978, 21 x 37cms £80-120*

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169 DAVID CARPANINI limited edition (2/10) etching - portrait of Sir Kyffin Williams RA working en plein air, signed, 42 x 33cms £100-150*

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172 SPRAGUE & CO rare ink-photo plate standing portraits of Dr William Price of Llantrisant and another of his wife with their son Jesus Christ, Welsh verse and hieroglyphics, 49 x 37cms Auctioneer’s Note: film actor Robert Downey Jr recently used Dr Price as his inspiration for the character Dr Doolittle Condition Report: small tear and hole £40-60*

170 VARIOUS WELSH TOPOGRAPHICAL PRINTS AND EPHEMERA - including ‘Hafod - Meadow Below the Flower Garden’ and ‘View in Cwm Lydol’, two rare aquatints prints from a folio suite of engravings, ‘Fifteen views illustrative of a tour to Hafod in Cardiganshire, the seat of Thomas Johnes Esq, MP’ by J. E. Smith. 1810 and a large coloured aquatint in heavy gilt frame by Walmsley, engraved by Jukes 1794 etc £80-120*

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173 A J LAVENDER etching - Swansea Grammar School and gardens, title to mount and dated 1936, signed, 22 x 38cms Auctioneer’s Note: Mr Lavender was a former art teacher at the school and former pupil Dylan Thomas mentions him in a letter, identifying him as the artist of a drawing that appeared in a 1930 issue of the school magazine, edited by Thomas £70-100*

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171 171 JOHN DEAKIN sepia photographic poster - for The Twentieth Anniversary of The Poet’s Death (Dylan Thomas), entitled ‘Welsh Dylan’, the exhibition was at the Glynn Vivian art gallery in Swansea, 22 December 1973 - 12 January 1974, funded by the Welsh Arts Council, this information with the Welsh translation on the poster, 75 x 49cms £100-200*

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174 J W HARDING & CO circa 1940/50s coloured motoring map with surrounding adverts - twelve local adverts from the period including Eddie Stephens Motors, 75 x 57cms Auctioneer’s Note: Eddie Stephens was one of Wales’ most famous motorcycle racers £70-100*

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175 JOSEF HERMAN RA series of lithographs - from the poems by Catullus (eight prints in total, framed as one) each individually signed, 61 x 89.5cms Provenance: from the estate of the late Roy Bohana MBE, musician and composer £500-700*

175 176 GEORGE WYLIE FAIRLEY two colour printed greeting cards - a single monochrome figure carrying kindle and inscribed ‘...a poor man came in sight, gathering winter fuel’, from the lyrics of ‘Good King Wenceslas’, and study of leaves, inscriptions to the back of cards noted verso ‘To Vernon and Gwen With Best Wishes From George and Mary’ and ‘Best Wishes for a Happy Xmas from George and Mary Fairley’ with Swansea address, 18 x 11cms and 18 x 9cms Auctioneer’s Note: George Fairley taught at Swansea College of Art in the 1930s and was friendly with the ‘Kardomah Gang’ including Dylan Thomas and Vernon Watkins (Vernon and Gwen) Condition Report: light damage to left-hand print with figure £100-150* 177 DAVID JONES colour print Christmas card for Faber & Faber 1961, with coloured calligraphy verso, 24 x 18cms

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179 179 LLEWELLYN E MORGAN black and white still photograph portrait of Josef Herman, entitled verso ‘Herman’s First Day Underground, August 1944’, 23 x 30cms £200-250*

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180 180 GLENYS COUR three handmade greeting card prints, framed together - semi-abstract form, each addressed to Vernon Watkins, 19 x 13cms, 12 x 20cms and 19 x 12cms £70-100*

181 S HAUS (?) limited edition (15/50) woodcut - panoramic view of Swansea Town and Bay, entitled ‘Lovely Swansea’, indistinctly signed and dated ‘05, 26 x 62cms £100-150*

Condition Report: discolouration with age £70-100* 178 GERALD SCARFE limited edition (34/100) colour print cartoon of Dylan Thomas standing with cigarette and drink, signed, 29 x 19.5cms £70-100* 181 46

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Rogers Jones & Co 182 PETER STREVENS three monoprints including two triptychs - Italian scenes with titles in pencil, signed, various sizes £200-300* 183 MERLYN EVANS etching - group of figures, entitled verso ‘The Miners 1946’, 37 x 45cms £400-700* 184 MERLYN EVANS etching and aquatint entitled ‘Women in Interior 1946’, 37 x 38cms £300-500*

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185 ARTHUR CHARLTON non-inscribed artist’s proof lithograph - Mumbles lighthouse and pier, circa 1980-82, 44 x 60cm Auctioneer’s Note: part of series of prints produced by the artist of Swansea Bay and The Gower Peninsula Provenance: from the Charlton family £150-250* 186 ARTHUR CHARLTON non-inscribed artist’s proof lithograph - Mumbles at low-tide, circa 1980-82, 40 x 55cms

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Auctioneer’s Note: part of series of prints produced by the artist of Swansea Bay and The Gower Peninsula Provenance: from the Charlton family £150-250* 187 ARTHUR CHARLTON lithograph - lame mule and cart, signed, 20 x 27cms Auctioneer’s Note: the artist was a WW2 prisoner of war from 1943-45 and recorded his experiences of camp life in a series of drawings now in the permanent collection of the Imperial War Museum. This print was created in 1950 and was inspired by a 1943 drawing he made of the cook-house mule used by Italian guards at the POW camp in Bari, Italy

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Provenance: from the Charlton family £150-250* 188 ARTHUR CHARLTON lithograph - waves, 42 x 57cms Provenance: from the Charlton family £100-150* 187

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189 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA two handwritten Christmas greetings - one framed together with a print of wild ponies, 46 x 34cms (incl. frame) the other with a print of a standing farmer, 35 x 43cms (incl. frame) £150-200*

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190 190 SARAH HOPE limited edition (2/50) etching - figures and seated dog, entitled ‘Y Gwragedd (The Wives)’, signed and dated ‘03, 29 x 16cms £70-100*

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191 191 JOHN PIPER lithograph of two-hundred - from ‘Indian Love Poems Suite’ entitled ‘Lovers’, Senecio Press, 55 x 36cms £50-70*

192 192 JOHN PIPER lithograph of two-hundred - from ‘Indian Love Poems Suite’ untitled Senecio Press, 55 x 36cms £40-70* 193-195 No Lots

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Watercolours & Works on Paper Dyfrlliwiau & Gwaith ar Bapur

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199 199 NICK HOLLY mixed media - figures walking with the Pier Head building and view across Cardiff Bay towards Penarth in background, entitled on Albany Gallery label verso ‘Cardiff Bay’, signed, 16.5 x 38cms £400-600* 200 DONALD McINTYRE early watercolour - landscape with whitewashed cottage, mule and figure on path, possibly Connemara, signed, 37 x 55cms

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Provenance: purchased by vendor from Tegfryn Gallery, Menai Bridge, 1990s £700-1400* 201 CLAUDIA WILLIAMS pen and ink drawing - family group, signed, 21 x 34cms £300-400* 202 196 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA handwritten duplex letter on the artist’s headed paper - personal letter from 1993 addressed ‘Dear Margaret....’ and expressing his delight at knowing she enjoyed the biography ‘A Wider Sky’ but typically being dismissive of the book, later in the letter Sir Kyffin explains his schedule and reveals that ‘’….I always feel I am a bit of an outsider in the R.A. John Ward, Bernard Dunstan & Anthony Green are old friends but otherwise, apart from Diana, I am an academic loner….’ together with a two-fold card with printed portrait, inscribed ‘Happy Christmas - Kyffin’ £100-150* 50

203 197 GARETH THOMAS watercolour - a beach scene with numerous figures and distant boats, signed and dated 1987, 7 x 31.5cms £80-120* 198 HOWARD ROBERTS mixed media entitled on Howard Roberts Gallery label verso ‘Canal in Venice’, unsigned, 43 x 62cms £200-300*

202 JOSEF HERMAN RA inkwash and pencil - olive or grape picking figures with cart and basket of harvest, 19 x 24cms Condition Report: slight damage to paper, bottom left £300-400* 203 VALERIE GANZ mixed media - head and shoulders of two colliery workers with head torches, entitled verso ‘Tower Men’, signed, 26 x 19cms £500-700*

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206 204 ELWYN THOMAS mixed media - industrial scene, entitled verso ‘Couplings Maerdy Colliery’, signed and dated 1990, 42 x 59.5cms £70-100* 205 DEWI TUDUR gouache and watercolour landscape with distant cottages and night-sky, entitled verso ‘Mynydd Coch / Red Mountain’, signed and dated 2011, 25 x 61cms

208 209 JOHN KNAPP-FISHER watercolour - white washed farm buildings and barns, signed and dated 1986, 31 x 79cms

207 ELVET THOMAS mixed media - reclining figure, dated verso 1952, signed, 14 x 26cms £40-60*

Condition Report: very slight blemish £2000-3000*

208 KAREL LEK mixed media - study of composer and double bass player Sylvia Maessen playing at Brecon Jazz Festival, signed and dated 10.8.95, 25 x 17cms £100-200*

Auctioneer’s Note: sold in support of The Living Room, a Cardiff community-based recovery centre for those experiencing difficulties in relation to dependency and addiction £500-800* 206 GWILYM PRICHARD mixed media beached sailing boats with brass-rubbing lettering to top and bottom, entitled verso ‘Broken Boats’, signed, 35.5 x 48cms £1500-2500* 209 In the Welsh Sale Rogers Jones & Co pay Droit de Suite where applicable.

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210 CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE OBE RA watercolour - study of two buzzards in a hilly landscape, one perched and one in flight, entitled verso ‘Buzzards Above the Mawddach Estuary’, signed, 45 x 68cms Condition Report: very slight blemish £2000-4000*

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211 DEWI TUDUR mixed media - semiabstract, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘Diwrnod Gwyntog (Windy Day)’, signed, 19 x 33.5cms £100-200*

213 JOHN UZZELL EDWARDS mixed media - colourful semi-abstract, entitled verso ‘Thonet Rocking Chair’, signed, 20 x 25cms £200-300*

212 ALEX WILLIAMS pen and ink drawing farmyard with standing cows, signed, 19 x 28cms £70-100*

214 CLAUDIA WILLIAMS mixed media still-life, entitled verso ‘The Old Glass Bottle’, signed, 56 x 39cms £300-500*

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214 215 CLIVE HICKS-JENKINS crayon on paper Mari Lwyd (Welsh folk tradition) narrative, entitled ‘Study for December’, signed and dated 2000, 19 x 24cms £100-150* 216 CLAUDIA WILLIAMS pastel - family group enjoying the beach, entitled verso ‘Playing Near the Cave, Caldy’, 61 x 47cms £1200-1800*

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220 217 CLIVE HICKS-JENKINS Indian ink, wash and silver paint - half-portrait of a lady with poetry by Richard Barnfield’s ‘The Affectionate Shepherd’, entitled verso ‘A Guilded Nutmeg and a Race of Ginger’, signed and dated 1998, 27 x 27cms £300-400*

218 MERLYN EVANS ATTR. pastel - crouched mine worker in peak cap with lamp, unsigned, 62 x 70cms £500-1000* 219 SIGRID MULLER mixed media - study of an iris, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘Iris, Sibirica’, signed, 22 x 18cms £150-250*

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219 220 PETER PRENDERGAST mixed media entitled ‘Red Sky Above Church’, signed, dated ‘98, 20 x 28cms Provenance: purchase receipt from Oriel Tegfryn Gallery £1200-1500*

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223 TIM FUDGE acrylic on paper - view across bay with headland in background, entitled verso ‘Over To Coch y Ceiliog’, unsigned, 12 x 12cms £80-150* 224 CLIVE HICKS-JENKINS mixed media on paper - cottage, telegraph pole in ancient Cornish landscape, entitled on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘Carn Euny’, signed on label verso and dated 1998, 23 x 29cms £300-400*

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226 JOSEF HERMAN RA watercolour - still life, entitled verso ‘Red Flower, Blue Vase’, 25 x 19cms Provenance: 2011 purchase receipt from The Albany Gallery, Cardiff £700-1000* 227 JOSEF HERMAN RA watercolour - seated figure in blue, entitled verso ‘Fisherman Resting’, 20 x 13cms

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Rogers Jones & Co 231 ELWYN THOMAS mixed media - industrial scene, entitled verso ‘Maerdy Colliery Machinery Parts for Repair’, signed and dated 1990, 41.5 x 60cms £70-100* 232 ELVET THOMAS mixed media - surreal scene with figure and a horse, entitled verso ‘End of the War (Soldier on the Beach)’, signed, 25 x 26cms £70-100*

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236 SHANI RHYS JAMES charcoal - standing figure of a female, entitled verso on Martin Tinney label ‘The Artist’s Mother’, 63 x 42cms £300-500*

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237 GWILYM PRICHARD mixed media - thorn trees in a landscape, entitled verso ‘Llanddona’, signed, 27 x 35cms £200-300* 238 DAVID TRESS watercolour standing stone on mountain­ side, entitled verso ‘Standing Stone Carnedd Meibion Owen’, signed and dated 1986, 47 x 72cms Condition Report: small paint losses to upper part £200-400* 239 DAVID TRESS watercolour apple tree, signed and dated 1992, 55 x 74cms £200-400*

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Rogers Jones & Co 240 JOHN KNAPP-FISHER watercolour - street scene with figures, entitled verso ‘Leaving Utenage’, signed and dated 1992, 10 x 15cms £600-800*

244 CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE OBE RA watercolour - study of a preening greylag goose, signed, 65 x 48cms £3000-3500*

241 VALERIE GANZ watercolour Gower coastal view with cliffs, signed, 25 x 36cms £250-350*

245 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA watercolour and pencil stormy weather approaching mountainous landscape in the Cambrian Mountain range with Teifi Pools, signed with initials, 40 x 50cm £2500-3500*

242 JOHN ELWYN watercolour - atmospheric rural scene, entitled ‘Between Seasons’, signed verso with artist’s Hampshire address, 24 x 35cms £1200-1800* 243 MILDRED ELSIE ELDRIDGE watercolour - nine studies of three different specimens of British garden bird fledglings, with handwritten English titles and nomenclature, ‘Goldcrest’, ‘Dartford Warbler’ and ‘Wren’, signed and dated 1929, 31 x 24cms

247 CHRIS GRIFFIN mixed media - entitled verso ‘Landscape with Road’, signed, 18 x 31cms £70-100* 248 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA pen and ink drawing - Llyn Idwal, Snowdonia, 33 x 24cms £1200-1800*

246 CERI RICHARDS pen and inkwash - seated female with arms folded, entitled verso on original Zwemmer Gallery label ‘Study of a Girl’, signed, dated ‘30, 72 x 52.5cms Provenance: from the estate of the late Roy Bohana MBE, musician and composer Condition Report: possible repairs top-right £400-600*

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Rogers Jones & Co 249 CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE OBE RA early career watercolour study of two crows in branches, Old Hampstead Art Gallery label verso, signed and dated 1920 (?), 28 x 23cms £600-800* 250 ELVET THOMAS mixed media - entitled verso ‘Standing Man (David) 1954’, 38 x 17cms £70-100*

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254 SIGRID MULLER crayon on watercolour on card - study of a hydrangea flower head, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘Hydrangea’, signed, 49 x 34cms £150-250* 255 JOHN UZZELL EDWARDS mixed media - seated priest flanked by two other seated males, entitled verso ‘Holier Than Thou Series’, 57 x 79cms £200-400*

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256 BURT ISAAC mixed media landscape, label verso for exhibition at Llanover Hall, 1996, signed and dated 1996, 56 x 71cms £300-500* 257 JACK JONES pastel cottage on street side with telegraph pole, signed and dated 1968, 14 x 18cms £100-200* 258 JACK JONES watercolour houses at top of lane with inscription bottom right ‘Doctor Powell’s House, Hafod, Swansea’, signed and dated 18/4/69, 24.5 x 34.5cms £250-350* 259 ELVET THOMAS mixed media - semi abstract figurative work, entitled verso ‘Egyptian Madonna 1952’, 34 x 24cms £70-100*

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262 CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE OBE RA watercolour and gouache study of two razorbills resting in a cliff with foliage, faint title to bottom of paper, entitled verso on Rowland Ward Ltd label, signed, 36 x 25cms £1500-2000*

260 ELWYN THOMAS mixed media drawing - industrial study, entitled verso ‘Maerdy Colliery Machinery for Repair’, signed and dated 1990, 29.5 x 41cms £70-100* 261 MIKE JONES pastel and mixed media - landscape with terraced houses, entitled verso ‘Quarry Men’s Cottages, Penwyllt’, signed and dated 1997, 42 x 59cms £300-400*

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265 265 OSI RHYS OSMOND mixed media - leaf study, entitled ‘Six Feet (Nine Mile Point)’, signed with initials and dated 2011, 30 x 45cms £80-120* 266 WILL ROBERTS charcoal - self portrait, entitled verso and dated 1989, signed, 40 x 28cms £150-250* 267 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA inkwash - Anglesey village landscape with Snowdonia beyond, entitled verso ‘Llanddona’, signed with initials, 35 x 50cms £2500-3500* 268 ANDREW VICARI mixed media with pencil three quarter portrait of a female model, entitled verso ‘Vigonade Anne Marie’, signed and dated 2002, 39 x 28cms

267 263 ELVET THOMAS mixed media - two figures under the sun, entitled verso ‘The Muse 1954’, signed, 23.5 x 31cms £50-80*

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269 HOWARD COLES mixed media - North Wales coastal landscape, entitled verso ‘Harlech Dunes’, signed, 32 x 46cms £100-150*

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270 CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE OBE RA watercolour - study of a couple of standing Indian runner-ducks amongst reeds, signed, 48 x 36cms £1500-2000*

271 IWAN BALA pen and ink illustration with two figures, terraced houses and church, signed and dated 1993, 23 x 27cms £80-120*

274 ELIZABETH HOPKIN watercolour street scene with figures, entitled verso ‘Josef Herman Sketching Colliers on Ystradgynlais Cross 1947’, signed, 28 x 20cms £200-300*

272 WILL ROWLANDS pencil half-portrait of R S Thomas from a portrait sitting, signed, 49 x 36cms £70-100*

275 HANDEL EVANS charcoal / pencil on paper - life drawing of a West Indian mother and child, signed and dated 1964, 51 x 35cms

273 ELIZABETH HOPKIN mixed media - figures, entitled verso ‘Astoria Cinema, Ystradgynlais - Flirt in the Queue’, signed, 14 x 18cms £100-150*

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Rogers Jones & Co 277 CERI RICHARDS watercolour - study of apples on a branch with butterfly, signed Ceri Giraldus Richards and dated 1924, 52 x 25cms

278 D J DAVIES watercolour primitive historical view of Victorian Swansea with figures, inscribed on later label verso ‘...warrant officer, Swansea Borough Police, May 28 ‘97, from a copy painted in 1841, signed again Joseph Campell Davies’ (sic), signed, 55 x 41cms

Provenance: Private Collection, Swansea, illustrated Page 12 of ‘Ceri Richards’ by Mel Gooding, 2002 (Cameron & Hollis) Auctioneer’s Note: this is the artist’s earliest known watercolour, painted in the year that Ceri Richards left Swansea for the Royal College of Art in London £500-1000*

Condition Report: foxing £70-100* 279 ELIZABETH HOPKIN watercolour busy street-party scene with flags, entitled verso ‘Coronation of George VI, Street Party, May 12th 1937’, signed, 33 x 44cms £600-800* 280 JOHN CAHILL mixed media - view across valley with woodlands and terraced houses, entitled verso ‘Rhondda View’, 56 x 98cms £100-150* 281 JOHN WRIGHT two mixed media works - over pasted music scores, signed and dated ‘68, 51 x 40cms; together with black and white abstract shapes, entitled verso ‘Night Music’, dated ‘68, 42 x 43cms

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282 ANDREW VICARI mixed media with pencil - head and shoulders portrait of Tennessee Williams, entitled verso on label with artist’s Monaco address, signed and dated 2006, 70 x 54cms £70-100*

284 ANDREW VICARI mixed media with pencil - head and shoulders portrait of a young T S Eliot, entitled verso on label with artist’s Monaco address, signed and dated 2006, 72 x 51cms £70-100*

283 ANDREW VICARI mixed media with pencil - head and shoulders portrait of W H Auden, entitled verso on label with artist’s Monaco address, signed and dated 2006, 72 x 52cms £70-100*

285 ANDREW VICARI mixed media with pencil - head portrait of Sir Kenneth Branagh, entitled verso on label with artist’s Monaco address, signed and dated 2006, 69 x 54cms £70-100*

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286 ANDREW VICARI mixed media with pencil - head and shoulders portrait of a young Dame Edith Evans, entitled verso on label with artist’s Monaco address, signed and dated 2006, 74 x 59cms £70-100*

287 WILL EVANS watercolour historical 1941 Swansea blitz scene with bomb damage and debris on Wind Street looking up to High Street, 46 x 54cms Auctioneer’s Note: the ‘Swansea Blitz’ was the heavy and sustained bombing of Swansea by the German Luftwaffe from 19 to 21 February 1941, whereby 230 residents lost their lives and more than 390 were injured. Swansea was selected by the Germans as a legitimate strategic target with its port, the docks and the neighbouring oil refineries. The destruction was key to Nazi Germany’s strategic bombing campaign aimed at curtailing coal export and demoralising civilians, while stretching local emergency services. Local artist Will Evans was the only notable person to document in art the destruction of Swansea, after the bombing. There are fine similar examples on show at The Glynn Vivian Gallery in Swansea, but rarely do these important historical paintings appear on the market £1500-2000*

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290 293 ELWYN THOMAS an unframed preliminary pencil sketch for a painting entitled ‘Hendrefadog, Tylerstown’ together with an unframed but mounted mixed media entitled ‘Australia Study’, 23 x 32cms £100-200*

291 288 CERI AUCKLAND DAVIES egg tempura - large expanse of blue water with mountain background, entitled verso ‘Llwyn Cadair No.3’, signed in full, 59 x 63cms £700-900*

292 289 VIVIENNE WILLIAMS mixed media - still life study of a jug and bowl, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘Table-Top with Plums’, signed, 50 x 41cms £300-500* 290 ELVET THOMAS mixed media head and shoulders portrait, entitled verso ‘Cernunnos God of the Celts’, dated 1949, 58 x 50cms £150-200*

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291 CERI AUCKLAND DAVIES egg tempura - tree in field, entitled verso ‘Tree Series No.2, Easter Cwm’, signed, 60 x 65cms £800-1200* 292 WILL ROBERTS loose pastel drawing on A4 paper within folded A3 sheet - standing farmer with scythe, signed with initials, the cover inscribed ‘Happy Birthday, Phyllis & Will’ £100-150*

294 ELWYN THOMAS six unframed mixed media on paper studies - recording the last days with the Maerdy Colliery / Mardy Lodge, signed and dated 1990 with titles verso, some with annotations Provenance: Elwyn Thomas was commissioned by the Rhondda Heritage Park to record the decommissioning of the colliery, the artist produced 40+ final art works which were exhibited at the park in 1990 £200-400*

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299 296 NOEL McCREADY watercolour - figures and buildings in a landscape, entitled ‘Autumn Landscape 2001’, signed and dated, 51 x 63cms (mounted not framed) £80-120*

298 NOEL McCREADY watercolour - theatrical scene with audience and hands aloft with sword, signed and dated 2005, 51 x 64cms (mounted not framed) £80-120*

297 NOEL McCREADY watercolour - coastal scene with figures on a headland at night, entitled verso ‘Rising Moon’, signed and dated 2000, 52 x 68cms £80-120*

299 NOEL McCREADY mixed media - figures with horses on a hillside, unsigned, 57 x 79cms (mounted to hardboard possibly unfinished, unframed) £80-120*

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Oil & Acrylic Paintings & Sculpture Paentiadau Olew, Acrylig a Cherfluniau

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Rogers Jones & Co Lots 300-303 By family descent of well-known Welsh philosopher Prof Dewi Zephaniah Phillips and / or his brother Reverend Cadfan Phillips. D Z Phillips helped found Taliesin Arts Centre and was a friend of the artist. These paintings have never been on the market. 300 WILL ROBERTS oil on canvas figure with cow, entitled verso on 1983 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition label ‘In the Stall’, signed with initials, 59 x 74cms. Illustrated on page 66 Exhibited Royal Academy. £4000-5000* 301 WILL ROBERTS oil on canvas rear of figure wearing long coat, entitled verso ‘Man with Barrow’, signed with initials, dated verso 1991, 53 x 44cms £3000-4000* 302 WILL ROBERTS oil on board figure, entitled verso ‘Farmer with Bucket’, signed Will R and verso with date 1978, 19 x 24cms £1500-2000* 303 WILL ROBERTS oil on board figure in waistcoat working with spade, signed with initials, 16.5 x 13.5cms £1200-1800* 302

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309 304 DAVID BARNES oil on board - Gwynedd coastal landscape, entitled verso ‘Near Borth-y-Gest’, signed verso, 34 x 54cms £350-450*

308 PETER KETTLE RCA oil on canvas - coastal scene, entitled verso ‘Torbay, Sunset’ on Albany Gallery label, signed, 22 x 30cms £200-400*

305 GARETH THOMAS oil on canvas - Gower beach scene with two figures, entitled verso on Albany Gallery label ‘Caswell’, signed, 59 x 59cms £600-800*

309 ELFYN ROBERTS oil on canvas - Snowdonia in winter, entitled verso ‘Cwm Hafod Oer Near Dolgellau’, signed, 45 x 61cms £200-300*

306 KEVIN SINNOTT oil on board - a garden with female and dog fighting over laundry, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘Natural Forces’, dated 1997, signed with initials, 40 x 50cms £800-1000* 307 OSI RHYS OSMOND mixed media on canvas naturalistic abstract with trees, entitled verso ‘Taith Y Glo’, unsigned, 41 x 51cms, unframed £100-150*

310 JOSEF HERMAN RA oil on canvas - head and shoulders portrait of an unknown female sitter, unsigned, 66 x 50cms Provenance: authenticated by the artist’s son in correspondence with the vendor, ‘...I am quite sure it isn’t Nini, but I’m afraid I don’t know who else it could be. However, I do think it is by Josef. Do you have an idea of the date? If it was painted in South Wales (Josef was in Ystradgynlais from 1944-55) then it can’t possibly be Nini since they met in London in 1955...’ £1000-1500*

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Rogers Jones & Co 311 PAUL DAVIES collage and construction relief map of The Gower peninsula, 57 x 75cms Auctioneer’s Note: one of the most powerful images in Welsh political art is the photograph of Paul Davies’ ‘Welsh Not’, the conceptual protest at the Wrexham Eisteddfod in 1977, featuring the artist holding aloft a wooden beam emblazoned with ‘W N’. Paul Davies was the driving force behind the 1970s Welsh political art movement Beca which aimed to bring a new national consciousness to late 20th-century art in Wales. The other members being Paul’s brother Peter, Tim Davies, Iwan Bala and Peter Finnemore. Davies’ work rarely appears on the market

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313 GWILYM PRICHARD oil on canvas hillside farmyard with figure and poultry, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘Caerau 2007’, signed with initials, 79 x 113cms £3000-5000* 313 314 MICHAEL GUSTAVIUS PAYNE oil on board - head portrait, entitled verso ‘Red Hood’, signed with initials, 30 x 21cms £100-150* 315 MICHAEL GUSTAVIUS PAYNE oil on board - head and shoulders portrait of a gentleman with canary perched on his shoulder, entitled verso ‘Dim Gobaith (No Hope)’, signed with initials, 31 x 20cms £150-200*

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Rogers Jones & Co 316 HYWEL HARRIES oil on board - expansive colliery scene, signed, 46 x 91cms £2000-2500*

318 JOSH BOWE acrylic on vinyl sheet - semi-abstract portrait, entitled verso ‘I’ve Always Found the Notion of False Dichotomy Compelling’, signed verso, 59 x 50cms £80-120*

317 ELAINE PREECE-STANLEY oil on canvas - entitled verso ‘House on a Hill’, 40 x 50cms £70-100*

319 ANTHONY EVANS acrylic on board mounted in box frame - colourful view, entitled verso ‘Cei / Quay’, signed verso, 15 x 20cms £300-500*

320 CLIVE HICKS-JENKINS oil and collage entitled verso ‘Journey of the Sheep’, signed and dated 2003, 22 x 22cms £200-300* 321 PETER JOHN JONES acrylic on board - nighttime in Laugharne, entitled ‘Boathouse and Lovers’, signed with initials and dated 2016, 34 x 44cms £400-500* 322 RAY EVANS RCA oil on board - entitled verso ‘Llyn Cau, Penygadair, Cader Idris’ with artist’s address and label for Cader Idris Exhibition Cambrian Academy verso, signed, 31 x 38cms £400-600*

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Rogers Jones & Co 323 PETER PRENDERGAST oil on canvas - entitled verso ‘Stormy Sea II’, dated 2004 on Martin Tinney Gallery label, 44 x 34cms £1000-1500* 324 KEVIN SINNOTT oil on panel - two figures in an embrace, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘Stay’, signed with initials, 31 x 41cms £1000-1500* 325 DONALD McINTYRE acrylic - Snowdonia river scene, entitled verso ‘River Ogwen No.1’, signed, 48 x 58cms £1000-1500*

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326 VIVIENNE WILLIAMS mixed media on paper - tulips in a vase, signed, 41 x 50cms £500-700* 327 CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - Snowdonia river scene, entitled ‘Pool in the River Conwy’, on old artist’s label with price as 30 guinea’s, signed, 28 x 74cms £500-700*

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328 IWAN GWYN PARRY oil on canvas - landscape, entitled verso ‘Burning Gorse with Distant Stream’, signed and dated verso 2006, 61 x 76cms £600-900* 327

329 CHARLES BURTON oil on canvas - winter scene, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘Mr Pugh and his Dog’, dated 2003, signed, 29 x 22cms £300-400*

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330 DAVID TRESS mixed media and construction landscape, entitled verso on Albany Gallery label ‘Spring Coming in the Valley’, signed and dated 2005, 59 x 75cms £1500-2000* 329 In the Welsh Sale Rogers Jones & Co pay Droit de Suite where applicable.

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331 331 JOHN ELWYN acrylic - whitewashed outbuildings, with handwritten title verso ‘Pattern of Barns’, signed, artist’s handwritten Winchester address verso, 36 x 56cms Provenance: purchased from Tegfryn Gallery, Menai Bridge 1980, with catalogue to accompany (No.26 priced £120) £1500-2500*

332 CHRIS GRIFFIN acrylic landscape, entitled ‘Single Light’, signed and dated 2015, 11 x 20cms £80-120*

336 ALAN WILLIAMS acrylic on rag paper - figures in carts, entitled ‘Bryn Newydd Drift Mine’, signed, 45 x 43cms £250-350*

333 ANEURIN JONES acrylic on board - Cardiganshire landscape with sheep and distant farm, signed verso, 40 x 60cms £400-600*

337 ALAN WILLIAMS acrylic on rag paper - figure raking, entitled verso ‘Cockle Fisherman’, signed, 39 x 53cms £250-350*

334 DAVID KNIGHT oil on board life study of a female nude, entitled verso ‘Blue Velvet’, signed, 45 x 36cms £200-300*

338 ALAN WILLIAMS acrylic on rag paper - winter scene with farm in a landscape, entitled verso ‘Gwynedd Farm, Early Snow’, signed, 34 x 53cms £300-400*

335 ALAN WILLIAMS acrylic on rag paper - Anglesey coastal scene with boats, entitled verso ‘Cemaes Bay’, signed, 29.5 x 53cms £200-300*

339 MICHAEL MONAGHAN oil on panel - entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘The Red Tree, 2003’, signed, 20 x 27cms £100-200*

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Rogers Jones & Co 340 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA oil on canvas Snowdonia range near Llanberis, entitled ‘Clogwyn y Person I’, signed with initials, 74.5 x 105cms Provenance: Purchased Albany Gallery, Cardiff exhibition of new works by the artist in 2000 Condition Report: light cleaning recommended £25000-35000*

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341 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA superb exhibition quality oil on canvas - sunset over an Anglesey farmstead with black cow grazing, signed with initials, ‘Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 1988’ label verso with artist’s Anglesey address and title ‘Evening Llangwyfan’, 60 x 60cms Provenance: in present ownership since gifted directly by the artist. To accompany a copy of ‘The Artist’ January 1993 in which the painting is illustrated in an article about Sir Kyffin £30000-40000*

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343 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA oil on board - boy and dog in a street, entitled verso ‘Street in Belgium, Saint-Valery-sur-Somme’, signed with initials, 40 x 29cms

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342 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA oil on canvas two Patagonia gauchos on horseback with sheepdog under a pink sky, handwritten title verso ‘Riders in Cwm Hyfryd 1970’, signed with initials, 49 x 49cms Auctioneer’s Note: Sir Kyffin Williams said of his 1968 adventure in Patagonia, ‘...the light in Cwm Hyfryd was remarkable and often in the evenings, the sky became blue-black making the land appear as vivid gold in comparison...it was through a gap in the hills, that many years earlier a party of Welsh riders who had set out from Dyffryn Camwy to find the valley so praised by the Indians, that suddenly I saw what they believed was their promised land. ‘’Dyma gwm hyfryd’’, exclaimed an excited rider and Cwm Hyfryd (Pleasant Valley) it has remained ever since £17000-22000*

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Rogers Jones & Co 344 SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA oil on canvas - circa 1951 coastal scene with cliffs and figure fishing, possibly Fingal’s Cave, Scotland or Kilkee, Ireland, signed with initials, 44 x 54cms Provenance: purchased by vendor from Robson Kay Associates, similar composition and technique in ‘The Dark Lake 1951’ (in ownership at Swindon Museum, illustrated in ‘The Light & The Dark’ by Rian Evans & Nicholas Sinclair ) also similar colours, technique and composition sold at Philips auction at Tredegar House in 2001 showing possibly the same cliffs (described as ‘Cornish Seascape’ Lot 698) £10000-15000* 345 No Lot 346 CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - nighttime view, entitled ‘Caernarvon Castle’, signed, 13 x 49cms £150-250* 347 CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - landscape with cottage, entitled verso ‘Hill Farm Near Beddgelert’, signed, 50 x 58cms £1000-1500*

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351 349 ROGER CECIL mixed media with plaster construction on hardboard - semi-abstract erotic study, with handwritten dedication verso dated 2011, signed, 29 x 33cms £400-600*

355 EMRYS WILLIAMS oil on canvas - jug with flowers and sailboat on water in background, entitled ‘Window View’, unsigned, 50 x 50cms £200-300*

350 WYNNE JENKINS oil on canvas - chapel and house under a yellow sky, entitled verso ‘Diwrnod o Haf’ (A Summer’s Day), signed verso, 50 x 60cms £600-900*

356 GWILYM PRICHARD oil on board - lane with white washed cottages, entitled verso ‘Welsh Cottages, Llanddona’, signed in full, 39 x 59cms £1800-2500*

351 GEORGE LITTLE acrylic on board - semi-abstract, entitled verso ‘The Strand, Swansea’, signed, 13 x 13cms £100-150*

357 CHARLES WYATT WARREN oil on board - Snowdon from Llyn Mymbyr in winter, signed, 28 x 74cms £700-1000*

352 GEORGE LITTLE acrylic on board - semi-abstract, entitled on Swansea Attic Gallery label verso ‘Red, White & Blue Dockscape’, signed, 29 x 29cms £200-300*

358 GEORGE CHAPMAN oil on board - valley street scene with figures walking, washing on line across road, entitled ‘The Washing Line’, unsigned, 39 x 59cms £1500-2000*

353 KEVIN SINNOTT acrylic on board - two figures, entitled verso ‘Bunk Beds II’, signed with initials, 20 x 30cms £600-1500*

359 GWILYM PRICHARD oil on board - still-life of a vase of flowering thorns, signed, 76 x 34cms £200-300*

354 PAUL MARTINEZ FRIAS oil on canvas - still-life of flowers in a glass on a window sill, harbour beyond, signed and dated 2001, 49 x 39cms £100-150*

360 GWILYM PRICHARD oil on canvas - old cottages in the cubic style, signed with initials, 29 x 39cms £150-200*

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361 CHARLES BURTON oil on canvas - view across Cosmeston Lake, signed ‘Burton ‘93’, 60 x 75cms £300-500* 362 IVOR DAVIES oil on canvas - nude female lying flat with extended arms, inscribed ‘I’m hen gyfail Roy oddiwrth Ifor’ (sic), signed, 41 x 76cms (unframed)

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364 JACK JONES oil on board - Yorkshire street scene with figures, entitled verso ‘Houses and Mills, Dewsbury’, signed and dated ‘72, 27 x 36.5cms Provenance: purchased in 1973 from David Goldstones of Regalian Properties by our Brighton based vendor £2000-3000*

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369 366 DAVID BARNES oil on board - rocky mountain stream, entitled verso ‘Above Aber’, signed with initials, 23 x 28cms £250-350* 370 * Buyer’s Premium of 26.4% inclusive of VAT @ 20%.


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369 ANDREW DOUGLAS-FORBES oil on board daffodils in a vase beside a jug, entitled verso ‘Little Daffs’, unsigned, 22 x 30cms £100-150* 370 MICHAEL MONAGHAN oil on board - west front view of church with entrance door, entitled verso ‘St Mellons Church No.2’, unsigned, 68 x 26cms £200-300* 371 ELWYN THOMAS oil on canvas - South Wales and valleys terraced houses, signed and dated ‘92, 25 x 34cms £70-100* 372 JACK JONES oil on board - street scene with figures, entitled verso ‘Cwm Level Road, Brynhyfryd, Swansea’, signed and dated ‘72, 29 x 39cms Provenance: purchased in 1973 from David Goldstones of Regalian Properties by our Brighton based vendor £2000-3000*

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373 TIM FUDGE oil on linen - colourful coastal flowers with view across bay to headland, entitled verso ‘In the Thrift, Pwll Lanwddy’, signed, 30 x 30cms Provenance: 2012 receipt from PureArt, Milford Haven £80-140* 374 HONOR BROGAN oil on paper - semi-abstract of a female playing a piano, entitled verso ‘Sarah - Jazz Piano’, signed, 40.5 x 39cms £100-150* 375 KAREL LEK oil on canvas - Beaumaris shore and waterfront under snow, signed, 39 x 49cms £300-400*

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376 DAVID BARNES oil on board - Snowdonian peaks with lake and white washed cottage to foreground, entitled verso ‘Snowdon From Capel’, signed verso, 50 x 70cms £400-500*

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378 377 JOHN KNAPP-FISHER oil on canvas - house amongst trees and fields, entitled ‘March Landscape 3’, signed and dated ‘61, also signed verso with artist’s Farnham, Surrey address when he was a set designer at the Castle Theatre, 50 x 60cms £3000-5000* 378 HYWEL HARRIES oil on board - entitled verso ‘Llanrhystud’, with artist’s address verso and label for National Library of Wales Exhibition May / June ‘89, signed and dated ‘82, 40 x 60cms £2000-3000* 379 SUE POMERY WILKS acrylic - expansive mountain scene, entitled ‘Preseli Hills From Bryn Berian’, 44 x 76cms Provenance: 2011 receipt from The White Lion Gallery, Tenby £100-200*

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383 380 DONALD McINTYRE acrylic - entitled verso ‘Street Scene, Cardiff’, signed with initials, 29 x 39cms £2500-3500* 381 DONALD McINTYRE acrylic - coastal inlet with buildings, entitled verso ‘Village by Sea’, signed, 50 x 60cms £6000-8000* 382 DONALD McINTYRE acrylic - whitewashed cottage, entitled verso ‘Path Through Field’, signed, 50 x 60cms £6000-8000* 383 DAVID BARNES oil on board - row of cottages on lane with mountains in background, entitled verso ‘Welsh Village’, signed verso, 19 x 49cms £300-400* * Buyer’s Premium of 26.4% inclusive of VAT @ 20%.


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Rogers Jones & Co 397 MARTIN LLEWELYN oil on canvas - mountains under blue sky, entitled verso ‘Rhyd Ddu Path, Snowdonia’, signed verso, 22 x 29cms £150-250* 398 PETER JOHN JONES acrylic on canvas - figure working on headland, entitled verso ‘The Day Ending’, signed with initials and dated 2016, 34 x 44cms £400-500* 399 PETER JOHN JONES acrylic on canvas - coastal scene, entitled verso ‘Poacher’s Moon’, 71 x 90cms £400-600* 400 MARY GRIFFITHS oil on canvas - seated woman with hands clasped together on her lap, entitled verso on Martin Tinney Gallery label ‘Untitled (Eve)’, dated 1997, signed verso, 52 x 35cms £100-150* 401 WYN HUGHES oil on board - entitled ‘Snowdonian Valley’, signed, 22 x 22cms £180-220* 402 ELFYN LEWIS oil on canvas in box frame - entitled ‘Rhinog Fach’, signed and dated 2007 verso, 26 x 29cms £200-300*

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403 DONALD McINTYRE oil on board - mountainous Snowdonia view with farm in the valley, entitled verso ‘Nant Ffrancon’ with artist’s former Bangor address, signed, 39 x 74cms £1800-2500* 404 ALASTAIR ELKES-JONES oil on board - Swansea Bay with lighthouse, signed, 38 x 56cms £250-350* 405 GARETH PARRY oil on board - two figures gazing upwards at pigeons below terraced houses, entitled verso ‘Pawb yn Cadw Colomenod sa hi’n Llawer Gwell Byd / If Everyone Kept Pigeons It Would Be a Much Better World’, signed, 49 x 59cms £800-1400* 406 GARETH PARRY oil on board - figures in a street at night, entitled verso ‘Sgwrs ar ol iddi gau / A Chat After Closing Time’, signed, 49 x 59cms £800-1200* 407 GARETH PARRY oil on canvas - rainy street scene with two figures, entitled verso ‘Mi Fydd Paned yn Dda / A Cup of Tea Would Be Nice’, signed, 49 x 59cms £800-1200*

409 408 NICK HOLLY oil on canvas - busy Cardiff park scene with bandstand, entitled verso ‘Grange Gardens’, signed, 76 x 75cms, unframed £1000-1500*

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409 ALFRED DE BREANSKI SNR. (1852-1928) oil on canvas - fly fisherman on riverbank with mountains in background, entitled verso ‘Moel Siabod, Near Pwll Llugwy at Capel Curig’, signed, 30 x 50cms £2500-3500* 85


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411 410 WILL ROBERTS oil on canvas - entitled verso ‘The Waterfall’, signed with initials, verso and dated 1981, 59.5 x 74cms £3000-4000*

412 WILL ROBERTS oil on board - standing figure in cap and waistcoat with tool, signed with initials, 17 x 14cms £1200-1800*

411 WILL ROBERTS oil on board - standing figure in hat, signed with initials, 17 x 13cms £1200-1800*

413 WILL ROBERTS oil on canvas - expansive scene with standing figure on farm-lane with farm buildings beyond (Tyn y Waun Farm, Cimla near Neath), dated verso 1982, 60 x 74.5cms £3000-4000*

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414 ALAN ROBERTS four mounted tiles of fused and sand blasted glass - portraits of Dylan Thomas, inscribed ‘One: I am a Welshman. Two: I am a drunkard. Three: I am a lover of the human race, especially women.’, 52 x 37cms including frame £200-300* 415 PETER STREVENS painted three dimensional wooden construction - entitled ‘Homage to Bologna 1995’, signed verso, 35 x 24cms £50-100*

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416 PAN THEODOSIOU stoneware sculpture - two figures embracing, mounted to a rectangular stoneware base, signed with monogram, 32cms high £150-250* 417 DARREN YEADON Carrara marble sculpture stylized fish, 47cms long £300-400* 418 PETER NICHOLAS (1934-2015) bronze sculpture head portrait of Aneurin Bevan, mounted to a stepped mottled marble base, signed and dated 1985, 23cms high £400-600* 419 DARREN YEADON Preseli bluestone sculpture on Carrara marble base - abstract, entitled ‘Star’, 95cms high £350-450* 420 BILL SWAN mounted glass - abstract, entitled ‘Cerdd’, 25 x 13cms £100-200* 419 In the Welsh Sale Rogers Jones & Co pay Droit de Suite where applicable.

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Selections & Collections Dewisiadau a Chasgliadau

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1-148 THE VIEW / BWRW GOLWG

Friday 27th March / Dydd Gwener Mawrth 27ain, 1pm


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1 1 14K WHITE GOLD LADIES VICENCE WRISTWATCH HAVING OVAL DIAL and integrated 14k white gold bracelet. 20.5 grams Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no obvious major damage or losses. Not tested as running £300-500* 2 18K YELLOW GOLD LADIES OMEGA AUTOMATIC DE VILLE WRISTWATCH, numbered to inside of back cover ‘551025’ and the movement marked ‘twenty-four jewels’ on leather strap Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no obvious major damage. Not tested as working £150-300*

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2 3 9CT YELLOW GOLD LADIES BUECHEGIROD COCKTAIL WATCH, the oval dial surrounded by twenty-two diamonds with integrated 9ct yellow gold bracelet. 22.8 grams Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no obvious damage or losses. Some minor surface wear. Movement not tested £300-500* 4 OMEGA 18CT (750) GOLD LADIES WRISTWATCH WITH ‘BRICKWORK’ BRACELET, 40.6 grams Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no obvious damage or losses. Some minor scratches and surface wear. Not tested as working £600-1000*

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3 5 TISSOT AUTOMATIC ‘SEASTAR SEVEN’ 9CT GOLD WRISTWATCH having integrated 9ct gold strap and date aperture. 63.9 grams overall Condition Report: the watch crystal/cover is quite scratched. Clasp is in working order. Seconds hand is ticking, not tested long term £400-600* 6 BREITLING NAVITIMER FIGHTERS EDITION STAINLESS STEEL CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH, numbered to reverse ‘13565’ with vintage leather strap and Breitling clasp Condition Report: seconds hand does tick and stopwatch working. Surface wear and minor scratches. Strap in used condition. Comes with a Breitling service booklet and Breitling travel case £1200-1800*

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7 18CT GOLD ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL DAY DATE SUPERLATIVE CHRONOMETER WRISTWATCH, the circular dial having baton hands and numerals, day aperture at 12 o’clock, date aperture at 3 o’clock, with integral 18ct gold President bracelet. Together with vintage Rolex buckle design box and assorted paperwork Condition Report: a very nice example in very good overall condition. Single owner from new. Seconds hand ticking. Minor surface wear only £5000-7000*

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8 ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL DATEJUST SUPERLATIVE CHRONOMETER WRISTWATCH, having baton hands and numerals, a tapestry dial and Jubilee strap numbered 4558. Comes with booklets, card, guarantee, box and outer box Condition Report: a very nice example having only one owner from new. Seconds hand ticking. Minor surface wear only £2000-4000*

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Rogers Jones & Co 9 18CT YELLOW GOLD LADIES ROLEX PRECISION WRISTWATCH, the inside cover marked ‘R. W. Co Ltd’ and numbered 186768 on a 9ct yellow gold strap. 18cms long, 14.5 grams Condition Report: appears in good overall condition and complete. Not tested as working. Clasp functioning well £150-250* 10 LADIES 9CT YELLOW GOLD GRUEN OF GENEVE WRISTWATCH, the circular dial behind a hinging escapement within a textured rope twist bracelet. 18.2cms long, 78.9 grams Condition Report: very dirty, flecks to inside of dial, clasp and cover working securely, does not appear to be running £700-1000*

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Condition Report: appears to be working when listed £400-600* 13 KING EDWARD VII FULL REIGN GOLD SOVEREIGN SET comprising nine gold sovereigns one from each year of Edward VII’s reign from 1902 through to 1910. Comes in original box with London Mint Office Certificate of Authenticity and Ownership along with coin dossier card. (9 coins in total) Condition Report: in very good overall condition with all coins being kept in coin cases £2000-2500*

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Rogers Jones & Co 14 THE ROYAL HOUSE OF WINDSOR GOLD COIN COLLECTION comprising twelve 9ct yellow gold coins, Head of the Commonwealth, Oldest Reigning Monarch, Edward VII, The Royal Line, 1945 - V.E. Day, The Queen’s 80th Birthday, 1926 - Birth of a Princess, 1952 - Accession of Queen Elizabeth II, 1837 - Queen Victoria, 1953 - The Coronation, 1936 - The Year of Three Kings & Jubilee Monarch. All coins in original boxes together with outer case and binder containing all twelve Certificates of Authenticity and Ownership Condition Report: all in very good overall condition having been kept in coin cases. Interior case plaque appears missing. All coins approximately 1 gram £150-250* 15 THE FACES OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II PROOF GOLD FULL SOVEREIGN THREE COIN SET dated 1980, 1985 and 2006 in original presentation box with Certificate of Authenticity and Ownership

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Condition Report: in very good overall condition with no obvious damage or losses £600-800* 16 THE FACES OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II GOLD PROOF HALF SOVEREIGN THREE COIN SET dated 1983, 1985 and 2006 in original presentation box with Certificate of Authenticity and Ownership Condition Report: in very good overall condition with no obvious damage or losses £300-500*

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17 17 GEORGE III GOLD SPADE GUINEA DATED 1789 IN PRESENTATION BOX Condition Report: in good overall condition. Minor surface wear but no significant damage £250-350*

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18 18 GEORGE V 1918 ‘I’ GOLD SOVEREIGN, the only sovereign struck at The Royal Mint, Bombay, in original presentation box with Certificate of Authenticity and Ownership Condition Report: in very good overall condition with no obvious major damage. Minor wear £200-300*

19 19 GEORGE III GOLD ‘ROSE’ GUINEA DATED 1779 IN PRESENTATION BOX Condition Report: in good overall condition. Some minor wear but no significant damage £300-400*

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20 THE QUEEN VICTORIA GOLD DOUBLE SOVEREIGN OF 1887, Jubilee head, in presentation box with Certificate of Ownership Condition Report: good overall condition with no significant damage. Some minor surface wear £500-700* 21 GEORGE V GOLD SOVEREIGN DATED 1925 IN PRESENTATION BOX with certificate of Authenticity and Ownership Condition Report: in very good overall condition with no major damage. Some minor wear £200-300* 22 THE KING GEORGE VI PROOF QUALITY GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN OF 1937 part of an incredibly small mintage of just 5,501 coins. In presentation box with Certificate of Authenticity and Ownership Condition Report: in very good overall condition with no obvious damage £300-500* 23 18CT YELLOW GOLD TRISTAN DA CUNHA DIAMOND WEDDING FIVE POUND COIN celebrating the wedding anniversary of H. M. Queen Elizabeth II and H. R. H. Prince Philip. Very limited mintage of only 60 and weighing 35 grams, in presentation box with Certificate of Authenticity and Ownership Condition Report: in very good overall condition with no obvious damage £800-1200*

24 24 THE SHIELD DESIGN GOLD SOVEREIGN SET comprising all four types of British gold sovereign ever to carry the Shield motif dated 1826, 1837, 1855 and 2002. In presentation box with Certificate of Authenticity and Ownership

25 ELIZABETH II GOLD FULL SOVEREIGN DATED 1965 IN PRESENTATION BOX Condition Report: in good overall condition with only minor wear £200-300*

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29 29 GEORGE I 1718 GOLD QUARTER GUINEA IN PRESENTATION BOX with Certificate of Authenticity and Ownership Condition Report: good overall condition. Some minor wear. No obvious major damage or losses £200-300*

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30 30 THE QUEEN ELIZABETH II FIRST HALF SOVEREIGNS PAIR DATED 1980 AND 1982. In presentation box with Certificate of Authenticity and Ownership Condition Report: no apparent problems £200-300*

31 31 GEORGE V 1918 ‘I’ GOLD SOVEREIGN, the only sovereign struck at The Royal Mint, Bombay, in original presentation box with Certificate of Authenticity and Ownership Condition Report: in very good overall condition with no obvious major damage. Minor wear £200-300*

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37 9CT YELLOW GOLD LARGE CURB LINK BRACELET AND ATTACHMENTS including a United States of America twenty dollars coin dated 1904, a United States of America Saint-Gaudens double eagle ‘In God We Trust’ twenty dollars coin dated 1926, Edward VII gold five-sovereign piece dated 1902 and three gold seals, one set with a bloodstone and another an agate stone. 212.3 grams overall Condition Report: one of the seals is missing its stone. Overall surface wear and minor scratches as expected. Latch mechanism on bracelet loose £2500-3500*

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38 1974 1 OZ FINE GOLD KRUGERRAND SET IN PIERCED 9CT YELLOW GOLD MOUNT on a 9ct yellow gold belcher chain measuring 67cms. 64.3 grams overall Condition Report: good overall condition with no obvious damage. Minor surface wear and scratches overall £800-1200*

39 9CT YELLOW GOLD CURB LINK CHARM BRACELET having 9ct yellow gold heart shaped padlock. The assortment of charms to include 1897 gold half sovereign, tigers eye ball and claw, Canberra charm ETC. 65 grams overall Condition Report: in good overall condition with no obvious damage or losses. Minor surface wear and scratches. Clasp in working order £500-800*

40 40 9CT YELLOW GOLD CURB LINK CHARM BRACELET HAVING HEART SHAPED PADLOCK and assorted coins and charms to include 1914 half sovereign, Russian 5 Rubles 1900 coin, 1913 gold full sovereign, South African 1898 1 Pond coin, Glamorgan Police shooting medallion, Masonic charm, bloodstone revolving fob ETC. 112.1 grams overall Condition Report: specimen stone on fob is cracked. Clasp in working order. Minor surface wear and scratches. No obvious major damage or losses £1000-1500*

41 18CT GOLD CURB LINK CHARM BRACELET HAVING HEART SHAPED PADLOCK and an assortment of mainly 9ct gold charms to include St George and the dragon seal, miners lamp, pistol, toby jug, tigers eye ETC. 75.3 grams overall Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with some minor surface wear. No obvious losses. Clasp in working order £1200-1800* 42 GOLD COIN BRACELET comprising 8 gold South African 1/2 pond 1897 coins, the clasp engraved ‘Annie’, 38.6g overall Condition Report: soldered repair to clasp, minor surface scratches to coins £1000-1500*

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43 14K YELLOW GOLD SCROLL AND FLORAL TABLET BRACELET, each tablet with alternating rubies and green stones. 18.5cms long, 50.2 grams Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no obvious damage or losses. Clasp in working order. Minor surface wear overall. With box marked ‘Gregory’s Jewellers’ £800-1200*

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44 18CT YELLOW GOLD MARQUISE RUBY & DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the central ruby (5.5 x 4.5mms) flanked by two smaller rubies, surrounded by twenty-two diamonds and having diamond set shoulders. 4.8 grams and coming with gilt embossed ring box marked ‘Boodle & Dunthorne, Goldsmiths, Lord Street, Liverpool.’

46 14K (585) YELLOW GOLD OVAL OPAL DRESS RING having border of twenty-four small diamonds, 6.8 grams

48 9CT YELLOW GOLD SEVEN STONE DIAMOND ILLUSION SET CLUSTER RING, 5.8 grams

Condition Report: oval measures 1.0 x 1.3cms approx. Appears in good condition overall. Some surface wear £250-350*

Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no obvious damage or stones missing. Ring shank engraved with initials and date 1903 £400-600*

47 PAIR OF 9CT YELLOW GOLD DIAMOND EARRINGS, each cushion cut diamond measuring 0.6cts approximately (visual estimate) 2.0 grams overall

Condition Report: appears in good overall condition. Diamond total weight 0.5-0.6cts approximately. Diamonds have various inclusions. Hallmarks clear £300-500*

45 18CT YELLOW GOLD EMERALD & DIAMOND DRESS RING, the central emerald (7 x 9mms) surrounded by sixteen small diamonds, 7.5 grams

Condition Report: one diamond has chipped area to edge of ‘table’. The other diamond has black mineral inclusions visible through ‘table’. Both draw yellow colour. Surface wear and scratching also £600-1000*

Condition Report: some very minor nibbles to edge of emerald and scratching. Emerald is ever so slightly loose in setting. No stones missing. Hallmarks clear £600-1000*

48A PLATINUM SET DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING the modern round cut brilliant diamond measuring 1.0cts approx., 4.7grams, boxed Condition Report: evidence of a cleave / feather to stone, colour H, otherwise appears okay £1000-1500*

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51 51 WHITE METAL DIAMOND ENCRUSTED LEAF AND SCROLL DESIGN BROOCH, 6.4cms at widest point, 12.9 grams. Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no stones missing. No hallmark visible although believed 18ct white gold £500-800*

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Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no obvious damage or stones missing. Minor surface wear overall £250-350*

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54 22CT (916) YELLOW GOLD FINE LINK NECKLET AND BRACELET ENSEMBLE, the necklet measuring 40cms long and weighing 59.8 grams, the bracelet measuring 19cms long and weighing 33.7 grams. 93.5 grams overall Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no obvious damage. Minor surface wear. With Gregory’s Jewellers box £2500-3500* * Buyer’s Premium of 26.4% inclusive of VAT @ 20%.


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55 18CT (750) YELLOW GOLD NECKLET SET WITH EIGHT SAPPHIRES and pearl drop pendant, 29.7 grams

58 14K YELLOW GOLD LADIES BRACELET OF ALTERNATING OCTAGONAL OPAL MOUNTED TABLETS and tiny diamond set bars. 19.2cms long, 26 grams

Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no obvious damage or stones missing. Minor surface wear overall. Comes in Bell Brothers of Doncaster box £500-800*

Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no missing stones. Minor surface wear. Clasp in working order. Hallmarked ‘Italy’ £400-600*

56 PAIR OF YELLOW METAL ROSE CUT DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS approx. 1.0ct overall, 2.8grams overall Condition Report: both screw thread butterfly backs marked with Chinese characters for gold, earrings require light clean overall £300-600* 57 9CT YELLOW GOLD CHUNKY BRACELET HAVING CHAIN DESIGN BORDER, 21cms long, 40.2 grams Condition Report: in good overall condition with no obvious damage or losses £400-600*

59 9CT YELLOW GOLD ENGINE TURNED CIGARETTE CASE of slightly curved form, Birmingham 1865, maker’s mark B & S, 104.1 grams

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61 61 PAIR OF 18CT YELLOW GOLD AND DIAMOND CUFFLINKS of hammered design, 17.7 grams overall Condition Report: good overall condition with no obvious damage or losses. Some minor surface wear and scratches otherwise good £250-350*

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62 9CT YELLOW GOLD CHARM BRACELET having approximately 30 yellow metal charms of varying design to include whale, bloodstone ship’s wheel, seahorse etc. 96.4 grams overall.

64 THREE STRAND NECKLACE OF GRADUATED CULTURED PEARLS having an unmarked white metal diamond encrusted clasp, the principal stone measuring 0.25ct approximately

Condition Report: good overall condition. Clasp not functioning correctly. No significant damage or losses. Surface wear and minor scratches overall £600-1000*

Condition Report: one of the strands is not connected to the clasp. No obvious damage. Wear as expected £250-350*

63 18CT WHITE GOLD & SAPPHIRE FIVE STRAND NECKLACE of rectangular block design having flower head cluster clasp. 47cms long, 87.2 grams

65 YELLOW & WHITE METAL DIAMOND ENCRUSTED BAR BROOCH in the form of a riding crop and horseshoe. The 47 diamonds arranged within initials ‘DM W.K.’ and the riding crop handle. 7.2cms long, 11.9 grams

Condition Report: appears in good overall condition with no losses or significant damage. Clasp in working order. Surface wear as expected £1500-2500*

Condition Report: no stones appear to be missing. No evidence of any hallmarks on the brooch. Clasp in working order although stiff. Safety pin chain broken and missing £500-800*

66 PLATINUM DIAMOND SOLITAIRE DRESS RING HAVING PIERCED RHOMBUS AND CLAW DESIGN SETTING, 3.8cts approximately, 5.1 grams Condition Report: one significant inclusion and two other smaller inclusions visible with the naked eye through the table and clarity is therefore in the P1-3 range. Otherwise stone is in good overall condition £8000-12000*

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71 SWISS MADE GENTLEMEN’S PERPETUAL CALENDAR POCKET WATCH in blackened steel case, with moon phase, the movement numbered 6776, the white enamel face with Roman numeral chapter ring

Condition Report: all stones appear present with no obvious significant losses. Setting unmarked. Surface wear and minor scratches overall £1000-1500*

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Condition Report: not tested as working, some minor surface wear but overall in nice condition, covers closing nicely £300-500* 74 14K YELLOW GOLD FULL HUNTER POCKET WATCH BY WALTHAM having cobalt blue enamel face with subsidiary seconds dial, the case overall engraved with scroll and house design, the movement marks Waltham Mass and numbered 12274400, 79.5 grams

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75 9CT GOLD FULL HUNTER MINUTE REPEATER POCKET WATCH having white enamel dial with Roman numeral chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial, numbered 49139, 82.6 grams Condition Report: appears in complete overall condition, minor surface wear as expected, not tested long term, some wear and scratches around cover openings £400-600* 76 TWO SILVER & GUILLOCHE ENAMEL CIGARETTE CASES, one decorated with water mill, the other with dog, one marked 925, probably continental silver, having engine turned back covers Condition Report: both enamel in good general condition, some minor surface wear and scratches but no significant losses or damage £300-500* 77 9CT WHITE GOLD & DIAMOND CLASP THREE-STRAND GRADUATED PEARL NECKLACE, in box Condition Report: appears to be without damage or repair, every pearl has not been examined £600-1000*

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78 A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CHOCOLATE POTS, Sheffield 1887, by Howell & James Limited, half fluted bodies, ebonized handles, engraved crests, 18cms high, overall weight approximately 14.5 troy ozs (2) Condition Report: handles soldered repairs, ebony handle chipped £180-250* 79 PAIR OF ARTS & CRAFTS SILVER CANDLESTICKS BY A E JONES, Birmingham 1925, planished details, 17cms high Condition Report: one with split drip pan and dented foot rim, other with minor foot dents £250-350* 80 GEORGE V MATCHED FIVE-PIECE SILVER GILT DRESSING TABLE VANITY SET overall engraved in Chinoiserie design by Mappin & Webb, London hallmarked, comprising vanity mirror (1926), two brushes (1927), two lidded boxes (1928 and 1935) 29 troy ozs approximately. (5)

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81A GOOD PAIR OF VICTORIAN BRITANNIA STANDARD SILVER CANDLESTICKS, London 1874 by Charles Stuart Harris, cast in the William & Mary-style with stop-fluted columns and octagonal knopped bases, with rampant lion crest engraved cartouches, loaded bases, 20cms high (2)

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82 82 PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER JAMES STINTON DECORATED PLAQUES of oval form, opposing images of pheasants in woodland, Royal Worcester backstamps in puce, asterisk and six dot date for 1922, 23.25 x 14.5cms, signed JAS STINTON to lower left and lower right, gilt mounted and framed Condition Report: tired frames, porcelain has no apparent problems £800-1200*

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83 83 AN IMPRESSIVE PAIR OF CANTON FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN VASES (19th Century), the narrow necks applied with red and blue Chilong dragons forming the handles above two rectangular vignettes depicting Manchu figures in military and civilian costume in a mountainous landscape and in an interior reserved on a heavily decorated floral ground with exotic bids, insects and fruit, scrolling lotus and Buddhist symbols to the turquoise borders at the foot and neck, 80cms high Condition Report: one vase with chips to blue chilongs, gilt lines slightly worn £3000-5000*

84 A CANTON FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN PUNCH BOWL (19th Century), decorated to the inside and outside with panels of figures, flowers, exotic birds ETC, 40cms diameter Condition Report: gilt rim slightly worn £300-500*

86 A RARE ROYAL DOULTON (BURSLEM) FIGURE OF ‘PUSSY’ BY F.C. STONE, modeled as a young girl with a black cat, lacking HN number, but hand inscribed with title and date (11.12.18), 19cms high Condition Report: glaze crazed commensurate with age, no other damage £1500-2000*

85 85 PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE & WHITE AND CLOBBERED PORCELAIN TRUMPET VASES 19th Century, decorated with figures and foliage, 27cms high Condition Report: foot rim chip £300-500* 104

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In the 19th Century truncheons acted as the policeman’s ‘warrant card’ and the Royal crest painted on the truncheon indicated the policeman’s authority.

87 A RARE SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY POLICE TRUNCHEON, turned wood with painted crown SDR cypher and numeral 20, 44cms long

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Condition Report: overall warped / bowed, multiple dents, paint scuff £100-200* 88 A GEORGE III DOUBLE IRON ENDED TRUNCHEON, painted GRIII monogram Newark number 34, possibly a Newark prison truncheon, 48cms long

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Condition Report: base with cracks, gilt paintwork worn, metal end scuffed £100-200* 89 WILLIAM IV TURNED BEECHWOOD POLICE TRUNCHEON, gilt painted with crown WR IV cypher and HM initials, 43cms long Condition Report: minor scuffs overall, slight wear to painted decoration £100-150*

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90 A GOOD EARLY VICTORIAN TURNED BEECHWOOD POLICE TRUNCHEON with brass crown finial, elaborately painted, VR crown and armorial, dated 1838, and town armorial behind, TC initials and motto ‘Faire mon Devoir’, 37cms high Condition Report: gilt brass crown rubbed to base, overall minor dints and wear to paint, copper cap to handle £300-500* 91 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY TURNED BEECHWOOD POLICE TRUNCHEON, probably by Hiatt & Co. of Birmingham, and painted by John Thorp, circa 1835, painted with Royal cypher, lion and crown, moto and armorial below, signed behind ‘Thorp Painter’, 38cms long Auctioneer’s Note: John Thorp of Birmingham was the foremost herald painter of truncheons in this period. Hiatt & Co. of Birmingham manufactured the majority of good quality beech truncheons from the 1820’s. They were distributed by William Parker, later Parker, Field & Sons of Holborn. For similar examples see E. Fenn Clark ‘Truncheons: Their Romance & Reality’, 1935, illustrated page 119

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Rogers Jones & Co 93 JAEGER LE COULTRE ATMOS CLOCK IN GILT BRASS CASE, caliber 526-5, numbered 376010. 22.5cms high. Condition Report: not currently running. Appears complete with no significant damage or losses. Wear to Jaeger brand to front £300-500* 94 STRAITS CHINESE OR PERANAKAN CARVED & GILT LACQUERED CHANAB, the lozenge shaped offering stand carved with figures and with gilt decorated cover, 33cms wide

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95 95 19TH CENTURY BURR WALNUT DECANTER BOX containing six gilt decorated Dutch decanters and stoppers, 30cms wide Condition Report: top split, veneer restored to rear base and corner, two stoppers replaced, one bottle replaced £250-350*

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97A 96 THORBURN, ARCHIBALD. British Birds. London: Longmans, Green & Company 1915-1916. First Edition large quarto, four volumes, 80 colour plates Condition Report: original red cloth gilt rubbed at edges, some minor staining to boards, foxing to text leaves £300-500* 97 ORIGINAL SIGNED THE BEATLES FAN CARD clearly signed in pen by each of the four group members, 11 x 14cms Provenance: PC Frank Wilson, Cardiff City Police was involved in transporting the group to their 1965 performance at The Capitol, Queen Street, Cardiff in a Black Maria (this trip was reported in newspapers and to accompany there is a facsimile of one such newspaper report recalling the trip) with Frank Wilson in the back of the van with the group and able to request autographs. The vendor is the grandson of PC Frank Wilson Condition Report: excellent preserved condition, slight discolouration and light marks only, no tears or creases / folds £1500-2500* 97A GEORGE III TORTOISESHELL SERPENTINE LADIES WRITING BOX circa 1820, fitted interior including silver-topped glass bottles, glass seal, propelling pencil with interchangeable knives and dip nibs, 7.3cms wide

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Rogers Jones & Co 98 GEORGE IV NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER decorated with house, trees, birds, animals around central biblical passage by Ann Matthews, 14 years, dated January 7, 1826, 31 x 33cms Condition Report: colours slightly faded, otherwise good overall condition £100-200* 99 FINE GEORGE I NEEDLEWORK BAND SAMPLER worked in coloured silks on an unbleached linen ground with alphabets, border patterns, moral verses etc, signed Judith Pycock, ‘Made this sampler in the year 1717’, 47 x 21.5cms, Whitney Antiques label verso

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Condition Report: minor staining to edges, colours slightly faded £700-1000* 100 EARLY 19TH CENTURY NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER WORKED IN SILK with central poem (Be set with snares on every hand...) alphabet numbers, and aphorism ‘Industry is itself a treasure’ within floral border, signed Mary Beardall, 37 x 31cms, reeded frame Condition Report: linen slightly stained, colours slightly faded £100-200*

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101 LATE GEORGE III NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, worked with animals, churches, plants, alphabet, numerals and poem ‘Upon Death’, signed Elizabeth Chamberlain, aged 10 years, 1816, 36 x 30cms Condition Report: linen with minor damage and slight staining £250-350* 102 TWO EARLY 19TH CENTURY NEEDLEWORK SAMPLERS, one by Elizer Field dated April 1826 decorated with flowering urns, shrubs, insects, letters numbers and poem ‘Look on this sampler not...’, 43 x 33cms, and a wedding sampler dated 1832 for William Walker and Jean Cleland decorated with a Georgian house, trees, ducks, cottages, family initials and crowns, 43 x 31cms Condition Report: first with some moth holes and stained border, second with small tear to centre on stained linen £200-300*

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103 GOOD BARRISTERS WIG in original gilt-lined Ravenscroft tin box, belonging to F. W. Henwood, together with black barrister’s robe (2) Condition Report: excellent, almost mint condition £200-300*

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104 • DAVID HOCKNEY 1969 limited edition (82/200) colour lithograph on wove paper - titled in pencil ‘Pretty Tulips’, signed fully in pencil and dated ‘70, published by Petersburg Press, London, 71 x 49cms Provenance: believed purchased by family of vendor from Wiseman Originals Ltd. London, at their exhibition of prints by David Hockney & Picasso in 1995, Wiseman Originals label verso Condition Report: areas of discolouration and at each corner of paper a 5cms rectangular lighter strip (something has covered these areas and has now been removed), no damage to the paper, framed and glazed £8000-12000*

105 AFTER ANDREA SOLARIO (19th Century) Madonna & Child oil on metal panel 34.5 x 26cms

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Auctioneer’s Note: the present lot is a composition after Solario’s original Madonna and child on a green cushion, in the Louvre, Paris Condition Report: small paint loss to shroud, tiny paint loss cushion, some minor surface scratches, craculure £400-600* 106 AFTER GERRIT DOU (1613-1675) oil on canvas - Der Alte Schulmeizter (The Schoolmaster), circa 1800, 31.5 x 24.5cms Auctioneer’s Note: This is a later copy of the original 1671 painting in the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. Condition Report: minor broad crazing to paint, later frame chipped £500-700*

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107 ROBERT HILLS (1769-1844) watercolour Cottage with meadow and cows, inscribed verso on Appleby Brothers Limited Gallery label dated 1965, 13.5 x 19.5cms Condition Report: minor paper discolouration, paint slightly faded £500-700* 108 • HESKETH RAOUL LEJARDERAY MILLAIS (British 1901-1999) oil on canvas - Hyde Park with carriage and figures, signed, 20 x 25cms

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Rogers Jones & Co 109 • LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY Fine Art Guild stamped colour print figures, entitled ‘Man Holding a Child’, signed in pencil lower right, double mounted and framed, 48 x 72cms Condition Report: print in good condition, doesn’t appear to be faded, mount is tired and discoloured, framed and glazed £1500-2500*

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110 • LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY G R Mellor blind-stamped limited edition (436/850) colour print dated 1973 - titled to mount ‘St Luke’s Church, Old Street, London’, signed in pencil lower right, 74 x 57.5cms Condition Report: very slight marks only commensurate with age, framed and glazed £1200-1800*

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111 • LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY Henry Donn Gallery blind-stamped limited edition (119/500) print from a pencil drawing - figures and church, entitled ‘St Mary’s, Beswick’, signed in pencil bottom right, 34 x 46cms Condition Report: no apparent problems, framed and glazed £1000-1500* 112 • WILLIAM HEATON COOPER RI (1903-1995) watercolour - evening light, Buttermere, signed, RI Exhibition and RIPWC labels verso, 48 x 68cms Condition Report: slight discolouration to paper above mountain summit £800-1200*

113 ADOLPHE VALETTE (1876-1942) oil on card - landscape, indistinctly signed, label verso for two Tib Lane Gallery labels, Manchester 1986, 12 x 17cms Auctioneer’s Note: Adolphe Valette was principal teacher at The Manchester Municipal School of Art during 1905-1907 and is known for strongly influencing the future painting style of L. S. Lowry. According to Cecilia Lyon, Lowry expressed his gratitude for Valette’s contribution as follows ‘I cannot over-estimate the effect on me at that time of the coming into this drab city of Adolphe Valette, full of the French Impressionists, aware of everything that was going on in Paris. He had freshness and a breadth of experience that was a very wonderful thing, as I saw it done by himself and his friends.’ This small bijou painting most likely depicts a French landscape Provenance: purchased by vendor’s aunt from above gallery Condition Report: tiny holes to perimeter of card £800-1500*

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114 114 JULIUS CAESAR IBBETSON (1797-1817) ink, pencil and watercolour - Cattle in the Lake District, inscribed verso on Richard and Georgina Ivor Gallery label, also Fine Art Society label dated 1966, 16.5 x 23cms Condition Report: tiny hole upper centre margin £200-400* 109


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Rogers Jones & Co Lots 115-122 Maggi Hambling CBE (born 23 October 1945) is a British painter and sculptor who is perhaps best-known for public works such as the controversial sculpture ‘A Conversation with Oscar Wilde’, and as a painter for her intricate land and seascapes - especially her North Sea series. In 1980 Hambling became the first artist in residence at The National Gallery. 115 • MAGGI HAMBLING (b.1945) oil on canvas dark waves and moon, 25 x 30cms, in bespoke box frame Condition Report: glazed and framed, ready to hang £2000-3000* 116 • MAGGI HAMBLING (b.1945) oil on canvas Macaws, 25 x 20cms, in bespoke box frame Condition Report: glazed and framed, ready to hang £1000-1500* 117 • MAGGI HAMBLING (b.1945) oil on board - Night waves, 16 x 11cms, signed verso and dated 2011, in bespoke box frame Condition Report: glazed and framed, ready to hang £1000-1500*

123 120 • MAGGI HAMBLING (b.1945) oil on panel - Storm wave, 7.5 x 17.3cms, signed and titled verso and dated 2008 Condition Report: framed, ready to hang £1000-1500* 121 • MAGGI HAMBLING (b.1945) oil on board Hunting owl No.3, 7.5 x 10cms, signed and dated 2009 verso, with Bohun Gallery label, in bespoke box frame

118 • MAGGI HAMBLING (b.1945) oil on board Night waves No.1, 9 x 16cms, signed verso and dated 2012, also Bohun Gallery label, in bespoke box frame

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Condition Report: glazed and framed, ready to hang £1000-1500*

Condition Report: framed, ready to hang £600-800*

119 • MAGGI HAMBLING (b.1945) oil on board Wave crest No.1 2012, signed verso and dated 2012, 9 x 13cms, with Flowers (Cork Street) Gallery label, in bespoke box frame Condition Report: glazed and framed, ready to hang £800-1200*

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123 • DIONNE SIEVEWRIGHT (B.1973) oil on canvas - ‘Farmhouse and Bales’, 100 x 100cms, Albany Gallery label verso Condition Report: framed, ready to hang £500-700* 123A GEORGE ARMFIELD (1810-1893) oil on canvas entitled ‘Beside the Hearth’, signed and dated 1863, 25 x 30cms Condition Report: paint with minor cracks top left £300-500*

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124 124 CHINESE SCHOOL 20th Century ink and watercolour on paper - ancestor portrait scroll depicting five seated male and female figures in blue and red robes wearing jewelled head dresses or fur lined winter caps, 138 x 94cms Condition Report: minor staining and discolouration, paint worn £250-350* 111


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127 AFTER HOWARD WHITTAKER bronze sculpture - ‘Seabiscuit’, the famous American race horse with Johnny ‘Red’ Pollard Up, base bears signature and copyright date 2001, on black marble plinth base, 59cms long x 24cms wide x 55cms high Auctioneer’s Note: This bronze represents Red Pollard on Seabiscuit on the occasion of the famous head to head race against War Admiral at the Pimlico racecourse in Baltimore on the 1st November 1938, the race was promoted by the media as a David and Goliath / West Coast v East Coast battle. Seabiscuit, the underdog, was of small stature but despite this disadvantage, overcame War Admiral by four lengths to the applause of 40,000 race go-ers and 40 Million radio listeners including Franklin D Roosevelt, it was perceived as a symbol of hope during the great depression. Condition Report: riding crop slightly bent, otherwise good overall condition. £400-600*

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126 AFTER PIERE-JULES MENE bronze sculpture entitled ‘L’Accolade No.2’ (The Embrace No.2), bears signature to base, ‘P.J.Mene’, on black marble plinth base, 64cms long x 28cms wide x 48cms high

128 AFTER JEAN-HONORÉ NICOLAS FRAGONARD French bronze plaques, a pair - cast in relief with romantic figures in Arcadian landscapes, E. Gruet Jeune foundry mark verso and bears initials to front, framed, 27 x 19cms (2) Condition Report: one with signs of restoration to rear, high points slightly rubbed £300-500* 129 No Lot

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130 PAIR 19TH CENTURY YEW, ELM & ASH HIGHBACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS, Nottinghamshire, circa 1830-1840, each with ‘fleur-de-lys’ fretted top-splat tapering spindles, elm saddle seats on ring and baluster legs joined by a crinoline stretcher Condition Report: bowed arm supports both cracked £500-700* 131 VICTORIAN YEW, ASH, BEECH & ELM HIGHBACK ‘SMOKING’ WINDSOR ARMCHAIR, Nottinghamshire/Yorkshire circa 1860-1890, with fir tree fretted motif, upper and lower splats, tapering spindles, heavily turned underarm spindles, squared saddle seat on ringturned legs with cup and ball feet, joined by h-stretcher Auctioneer’s Note: The unusual stylized fir tree splat can be associated with Yorkshire Windsor chairs although the heavily turned spindles are a Nottinghamshire regional feature. See Bernard D Cotton, ‘The English Regional Chair’ (1990) page 193, figure NE34, for a high back smoker chair similar Condition Report: bowed arm support cracked in several places, restored shoe, split to one underarm support £400-600*

133 134 132 19TH CENTURY YEW, ASH & ELM HIGHBACK WINDSOR CHAIR, probably Nottingham circa 1860-1890, with elaborate fretted central splat, tapering spindles, heavily turned underarm supports and legs joined by crinoline stretcher Condition Report: splat with crack to one side, nail to rear of chair rail £300-500* 133 RARE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY TWO-SEATER CHAIR CONSTRUCTED FROM ROLLS ROYCE PROPELLERS originally from a Rolls Royce 275 engine that was used on the light bomber Airco DH4 air craft designed by Geoffrey De Havilland, having central rotating slatted seat, impressed marks ‘TWK CLARKE DEH4 DRG NO1343 250 Rolls Royce K3 NO 48LH’ 155cms wide x 90cms high x 92cms deep Provenance: consigned by The Gorseinon & District Working Men’s Club in Swansea, the seat has been in their possession since 1923 following purchased from a shop in Mumbles, Swansea.

134 THREE-TIER SHELVING UNIT CONSTRUCTED FROM ROLLS ROYCE PROPELLERS FROM 275 ROLLS ROYCE ENGINE originally from an Airco DH4 light bomber, designed by Geoffrey De Havilland, together with another similar smaller single shelf unit, 103.5cms high the taller, 51cms high the smaller (2) Provenance: as per Lot 133 Condition Report: some scuffs, surface wear but solid overall in construction. No significant losses £200-300*

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135 PAIR OF MID-TWENTIETH CENTURY CARVED WOODEN BLACK FOREST-STYLE BEAR CHAIRS modelled as bears seated on tree trunks with outstretched arms and square section seats, heads turned to side and having glass eyes, 105cms high Condition Report: both appear in good overall condition, surface wear scratches and minor chips but no significant losses or damage. Heavy in construction and seats are solid. All eyes are present £1800-2500*

135 136 136 MATCHED PAIR OF CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD OCTAGONAL STANDS, the tops with inset marble on four carved legs, claw feet and bowed stretchers, 47.5cms high Condition Report: one with replaced marble inset, other with steel L-brackets under and loose marble insert £250-350*

137 LARGE ANTIQUE JOINED OAK REFECTORY TABLE, four plank top with cleated ends above edge moulded frieze on tapering square legs tied by square section H-stretcher, 324 x 87 x 74.5cms

140 12 BOTTLES OF CHATEAU HAUT-BRION PREMIER GRAND CRU 1996, in original wooden case

Condition Report: repairs / restoration, possibly reduced in height £2000-4000*

141 12 BOTTLES OF CHATEAU DE L’ANNONCIATION SAINT-EMILION GRAND CRU 2001, in original wooden case

138-139 No Lots

Condition Report: wooden case is still stapled shut £1500-2500*

Condition report: original wooden case is still sealed £150-250* 142 4 BOTTLES OF GRANDE VIN DE CHATEAU LATOUR PREMIER GRAND CRU CLASSE, one dated 1975, three dated 1979, together with Les Forts De Latour Pauillac 1997, and Chateau Grand Puy Ducasse Pauillac 1993 (6 bottles in total) Condition Report: all still with original seals and liquid levels in lower neck, some minor marks, stains and minor chippings to labels £400-600* 143 9 BOTTLES OF CHATEAU POTENSAC MEDOC AMC 1996 (9) 137

Condition Report: all appear still originally sealed. Liquid levels all in the lower neck. Some chips to labels but good overall £150-250*

* Buyer’s Premium of 26.4% inclusive of VAT @ 20%.


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144 6 BOTTLES OF CHATEAU D’ANGLUDET MARGAUX AMC 2002 (6) Condition Report: all appear still sealed with liquid levels in lower neck. Some minor wear to labels but good overall £100-150* 145 4 BOTTLES OF FRENCH WINE to include Chateau Haut-Beausejour Saint-Estephe Cru Bourgeois 1994, Chateau La Grace Dieu SaintEmilion Grand Cru 1995, Chateau Talbot Grand Cru Classe Saint Julien 1994 and Chateau Haut-Bailly Pessac-Leognan Grand Cru Classe De Graves 1995 (4 bottles in total) Condition Report: all with original sealed tops. Liquid levels lower necks. Some minor chippings to labels, good overall £100-200*

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146 MAGNUM OF CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD PAUILLAC APC 1987 150cl, 12% Vol. in presentation box Condition Report: original seal intact, liquid level lower neck. Label in good condition, box a little stained £300-500* 147 4 BOTTLES OF CHATEAU CHASSE-SPLEEN 1986 (4) £100-150*

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148 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD PAUILLAC APC 1994 and 1995, bearing collectable labels designed by Antoni Tapies and Karel Appel (2 bottles) Condition Report: both with original seals. Liquid levels lower neck. Collectable labels in good overall condition £300-500*

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HAMMER PRICES FOR THE WELSH SALE 19 OCTOBER 2019 TOTAL: £245,255 Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

1

£100

52

£140

96

£300

141

£200

186

£50

231

£240

275

£70

316

£1150

2

£40

53

£130

97

£900

142

£260

188

£150

232

£220

276

£70

317

£320

3

£700

54

£200

98

£80

143

£650

189

£200

233

£300

277

£300

318

£280

4

£360

55

£130

99

£150

145

£150

190

£130

236

£600

278

£150

319

£650

5

£460

56

£50

100

£180

146

£150

191

£230

237

£460

279

£150

320

£500

6

£110

57

£280

101

£210

147

£420

192

£220

238

£230

280

£230

321

£110

7

£160

58

£2100

102

£220

148

£420

193

£200

239

£180

281

£210

322

£1500

8

£50

59

£300

103

£1100

149

£230

194

£130

243

£1200

282

£550

323

£1200

9

£120

60

£300

104

£550

150

£220

195

£320

244

£400

283

£100

324

£1500

10

£140

62

£190

105

£170

151

£160

196

£280

245

£2000

284

£150

325

£1700

11

£150

63

£1200

106

£150

152

£190

197

£340

246

£260

285

£120

326

£2500

12

£90

64

£1000

107

£190

153

£340

198

£190

247

£400

286

£900

327

£2000

13

£900

65

£2700

108

£60

155

£230

199

£80

248

£800

287

£340

329

£7600

14

£90

66

£540

109

£230

157

£290

200

£50

249

£650

288

£190

330

£2800

15

£60

67

£800

110

£260

158

£220

201

£50

250

£380

289

£100

332

£1500

16

£120

68

£1400

111

£80

159

£270

202

£260

251

£400

290

£200

334

£4700

17

£110

69

£1000

112

£170

160

£1050

204

£1300

252

£280

291

£540

335

£3400

18

£170

72

£2300

113

£420

161

£900

206

£800

253

£600

292

£850

336

£2800

20

£50

73

£3300

114

£190

162

£90

207

£640

254

£440

293

£550

337

£9750

21

£260

75

£200

115

£130

163

£160

208

£1400

255

£420

294

£550

338

£25500

22

£120

77

£120

116

£320

164

£210

209

£2200

256

£500

295

£440

339

£18500

23

£45

78

£190

117

£300

165

£280

210

£900

257

£1600

297

£270

341

£1700

24

£80

79

£320

118

£140

166

£120

211

£1800

258

£210

298

£300

342

£850

25

£210

80

£160

119

£160

167

£440

212

£19000

259

£190

299

£400

343

£2100

26

£50

81

£280

120

£250

168

£460

214

£1200

260

£400

300

£850

344

£700

27

£110

82

£230

121

£440

170

£180

215

£550

261

£70

301

£360

345

£2200

28

£360

83

£400

122

£460

172

£130

216

£320

262

£400

302

£400

346

£7800

38

£2000

84

£360

123

£290

173

£440

218

£950

263

£250

303

£800

347

£700

39

£500

85

£120

124

£290

174

£180

219

£850

264

£290

304

£400

348

£1500

40

£240

86

£80

125

£170

175

£240

220

£600

265

£130

305

£150

349

£550

41

£160

87

£340

126

£460

176

£160

222

£180

266

£320

306

£320

350

£480

42

£180

88

£500

127

£140

177

£280

223

£440

267

£230

308

£500

351

£1000

43

£340

89

£50

128

£420

178

£300

224

£900

268

£300

309

£200

352

£3200

45

£140

90

£320

129

£240

179

£80

225

£650

269

£200

310

£320

353

£1200

46

£100

91

£500

130

£340

181

£90

226

£1700

270

£420

311

£340

356

£1000

47

£190

92

£340

131

£1400

182

£180

227

£600

271

£70

312

£460

357

£650

49

£480

93

£190

132

£210

183

£120

228

£600

272

£50

313

£650

358

£360

50

£340

94

£190

133

£400

184

£90

229

£440

273

£150

314

£460

51

£80

95

£320

140

£210

185

£100

230

£280

274

£250

315

£1400

HAMMER PRICES FOR THE SELECTIONS & COLLECTIONS AUCTION 6 DECEMBER 2020 TOTAL: £60,185 Lot

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Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

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£4400

11

£950

23

£1100

34

£500

44

£80

53

£150

62

£460

78

£700

3

£1500

12

£2700

24

£2100

35

£1000

45

£110

54

£220

63

£550

80

£80

4

£1000

13

£2000

25

£1800

38

£100

46

£1000

55

£280

65

£270

81

£45

5

£1000

14

£600

26

£1600

39

£380

47

£440

57

£800

66

£1000

82

£260

6

£600

16

£250

27

£1350

40

£270

48

£1400

58

£1300

68

£4200

84

£400

7

£900

17

£380

28

£1900

41

£180

49

£1400

59

£1350

70

£2530

85

£80

8

£2200

18

£600

32

£360

42

£70

50

£540

60

£2700

71

£540

86

£180

10

£360

21

£1200

33

£1000

43

£150

52

£220

61

£1200

76

£1200

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TELEPHONE BIDDING FORM – WELSH SALE You are required to read all conditions, tick all boxes and sign before your bids are placed Telephone bidding requests must be submitted by 5pm the day prior to the auction without exception. Telephone lines are available on a first come first serve basis Name���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Address�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Telephone: _____________________________________ Email:����������������������������������������������������������� Bidding Telephone no:___________________________ Back up telephone no: ��������������������������������������������

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I wish to bid during the auction on telephone number supplied & agree to full terms and conditions as explained in the catalogue / on www.rogersjones.co.uk I will notify Rogers Jones & Co as soon as possible, if I am unable to bid as requested I am aware of the current rate of buyer’s premium (+VAT) and other charges which may be applicable I am prepared to bid above the lower estimate(s) If successful, I will either pay by bank transfer within 5 days of the auction or forward a cheque by next post (regardless of collection date) Signed: _________________________________ Date:___________________________ Sale Date:������������������������������

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ABSENTEE / COMMISSION BIDDING FORM – WELSH SALE Bidding forms should be submitted 30mins prior to the commencement of the auction. You are required to read all conditions, tick all boxes and sign before your bids are placed I instruct Rogers Jones & Co to bid up the values I have indicated below. No commission bids accepted under £30. Bids accepted in increments of £5 to £100 / £10 to £300 / £20 to £1000 / £100 at £1000+ Please ensure that your bids are not below estimates. Name���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Address�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Telephone: _____________________________________ Email:����������������������������������������������������������� Bidding Telephone no:___________________________ Back up telephone no: �������������������������������������������� LOT NO

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I wish to bid during the auction on telephone number supplied & agree to full terms and conditions as explained in the catalogue / on www.rogersjones.co.uk I will notify Rogers Jones & Co as soon as possible, if I am unable to bid as requested I am aware of the current rate of buyer’s premium (+VAT) and other charges which may be applicable I am prepared to bid above the lower estimate(s) If successful, I will either pay by bank transfer within 5 days of the auction or forward a cheque by next post (regardless of collection date) Signed: _________________________________ Date:___________________________ Sale Date:������������������������������

For use by Rogers Jones & Co Bid Submission Date:______________________ Time:___________________________ Bidding No:�������������������������


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ABSENTEE / COMMISSION BIDDING FORM – SELECTIONS & COLLECTIONS AUCTION Bidding forms should be submitted 30mins prior to the commencement of the auction. You are required to read all conditions, tick all boxes and sign before your bids are placed I instruct Rogers Jones & Co to bid up the values I have indicated below. No commission bids accepted under £30. Bids accepted in increments of £5 to £100 / £10 to £300 / £20 to £1000 / £100 at £1000+ Please ensure that your bids are not below estimates. Name���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Address�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Telephone: _____________________________________ Email:����������������������������������������������������������� Bidding Telephone no:___________________________ Back up telephone no: �������������������������������������������� LOT NO

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COMPANY TERMS & CONDITIONS These conditions of business for auctions held at our premises consist of: (1)  Information for Buyers; (2)  Terms of Sale (for bidders and buyers). (1) INFORMATION FOR BUYERS AT AUCTIONS 1. Introduction. The following notes are intended to assist bidders and buyers, particularly those that are inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All of our auctions are governed by our Conditions of Business incorporating the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers), the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices that are displayed in our salerooms or announced by the auctioneer at the auction. Our Conditions of Business are available for inspection at our salerooms and the Terms of Sale are printed in the back of our auction catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything in our Conditions of Business that you do not fully understand. Please make sure that you read our Terms of Sale set out in this catalogue or on our website carefully before bidding in the auction. If your bid is successful, you will be obliged to comply with our Terms of Sale. 2. Methods of Payment. Lots must be paid for before they are collected. For those attending the auction we ask that lots are paid for on the day of the sale. Methods by which we accept payment are detailed on our web site, including online payment upon receipt of your invoice, and these should be paid by 5pm within five working days following the sale. We accept cash to an upper limit of 1,000 euros equivalent. We do not accept credit card payments. We are unable to accept debit-card payments when the card holder is not present. Cheques will need to be cleared before you can take the goods away. 3. Collection and storage. All lots should be paid for and collected by 5pm within five working days following the auctions in this catalogue. Absentee bidders should check the success of their bids and arrange payment and collection within this time. Please note the Terms of Sale concerning collection and storage. Items not removed in the timescale stated will be removed at the purchaser’s expense and storage charges of £10 as an administration fee and £5 per lot per day may be charged (plus VAT). 4. Dispatch. We do not offer postage for lots sold at auction in this catalogue unless they can be packed within a Jiffy-bag. We can recommend agents who can undertake packing and postage. 5. Agency. As auctioneers we usually act on behalf of the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. If you buy at auction your contract for the goods is with the seller, not with us as auctioneer. 6. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help you gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates may change and should not be thought of as the sale price. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price (the minimum price for which a lot may be sold) and will not be below the reserve price. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the auction and may be altered by a saleroom notice or announcement by the auctioneer before the auction of the lot. They are not definitive. 7. Buyer’s Premium. The Terms of Sale oblige you to pay a buyer’s premium at 22% on the hammer price of each purchased lot in the auctions contained within this catalogue. In addition, VAT is charged on the premium (see below).

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8. VAT. VAT is payable by the buyer on the buyer’s premium at either the standard rate depending upon the legal requirements relating to that lot. 9. Artist’s Resale Right/Droit De Suite. Lots specified (in catalogue description) are potentially subject to a levy Droit de Suite - a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or the artist’s heirs each time a work is resold during the artist’s lifetime and up to a period of 70 years after the artist’s death. Royalties are calculated on a sliding percentage scale based on the hammer price excluding the buyer’s premium. The royalty does not apply to lots selling below the sterling equivalent of €1,000 and the maximum royalty payable on any single lot is the sterling equivalent of €10,000. Droit de Suite, which is not subject to VAT, will be added to the buyer’s purchase price and then passed on to the relevant collecting agency. Please enquire for the accepted exchange rate on the day of the sale. Royalties for Droit de Suite are as follows: 4%

Up to €50,000

3%

€50,000.01 - 200,000

1%

€200,000.01 - 350,000

0.5%

€350,000.01 - 500,000

0.25%

In excess of €500,000

Up to a maximum levy of €10,000 Currently Rogers Jones & Co volunteer to pay this royalty in the auction described as The Welsh Sale. 10. Inspection of goods by the buyer. As we act on behalf of the seller, we are dependent on information provided by the seller about their goods. We may inspect lots and will act reasonably in taking a general view about them. However, we are normally unable to carry out detailed examinations of lots to check their condition in the way a buyer would do. You will have ample opportunity to inspect the goods. You must inspect and investigate lots that you might wish to bid for. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots set out in the Terms of Sale on our website and www.the-saleroom.com 11. Condition Reports. We may be able to assist buyers unable to view by emailing a condition report, but these are based solely on our own opinion and are for guidance only and no responsibility is accepted for their accuracy. Intending buyers are strongly encouraged to view. Condition reports cannot be prepared on the day of the sale. In many cases condition reports are stated in the catalogue description but this does not act as a guarantee that the report is factually correct and it must not be taken as guaranteed that items without condition reports stated in the description are free from issues, such as damage, restoration or other problems. 12. Electrical goods. These are sold as “objects” only. If you buy electrical goods for use you must ask a qualified electrician to check them for compliance with safety regulations before you use them. 13. Export of goods. If you intend to export goods you must find out: 1. whether an export licence is needed; and 2. if there is a prohibition on importing goods of that character e.g. because the goods contain prohibited materials such as ivory. 14. Bidding. Bidders will be required to register with us before the auction starts. We reserve the right to impose a deadline prior to the auction by which you must register or by which we must receive a commission bid. If you wish to bid on high value lots this deadline may be several days before the auction in order to allow us sufficient time to carry

out the necessary checks. Lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. You will need to provide us with proof of your identity in a form acceptable to us and such other information as we may require. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone or online bidding. Please note that we may refuse to register you if you do not provide us with all the information and documentation that we ask for or at our discretion. 15. Absentee bidding. You may leave absentee bids with us indicating the maximum amount to be bid against a lot (excluding the buyers’ premium and/or any applicable VAT). We will execute absentee bids as economically as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical absentee bids we may prefer the first bid received (where this can be reasonably ascertained). We recommend leaving absentee bids online via our website. All absentee bids should be received at least 30 minutes before the auction commences; we cannot guarantee to execute absentee bids received after this time. 16. Telephone Bidding. If you are unable to come to the auction it may be possible to bid on the telephone for some lots at our discretion. The number of lines is limited so we would urge serious telephone bidding only and ask that you be prepared to bid over estimate. It is advisable to leave a maximum covering bid in case we are not able to contact you by telephone. All lines must be booked and confirmed in writing before the day of the auction and preferably some time in advance. Telephone bidding involves many variables and whilst we take every care to ensure the smooth operation of this service, we cannot be held liable if your bids are missed for any reason. 17. Online Bidding. Any lots purchased via a live online bidding service will be subject to an additional commission charge on the hammer price payable by the bidder, in accordance with rates specified by the online service. If bidding through the-saleroom.com this will be charged at 5% plus VAT. The charges will be payable to us on top of the hammer price and the buyer’s premium.

(2) TERMS OF SALE Both the sale of goods at our auctions and your relationship with us are governed by the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers) the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices displayed in the saleroom or announced by us at the auction (collectively, the “Conditions of Business”). The Terms of Consignment and Terms of Sale are available at our saleroom on request. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully. Please note that if you register to bid and/or bid at auction this signifies that you agree to and will comply with these Terms of Sale. Please note that these Terms of Sale relate to auctions held at our premises only. We have separate terms for online only auctions. 1. Definitions and interpretation 1.1 To make these Terms of Sale easier to read, we have given the following words a specific meaning: “Auctioneer” means, Rogers Jones & Co, a company registered in England and Wales registered office is located at 33 Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay, LL29 7RU or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; “Bidder” means a person participating in bidding at the auction; “Buyer” means the person who makes the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer;


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“Deliberate Forgery” means: (a) an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source; (b) which is described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator without qualification; and (c) which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been as described; “Hammer Price” means the level of the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer by the fall of the hammer; “Lot(s)” means the goods that we offer for sale at our auctions; “Premium” means the premium that we will charge you on your purchase of a Lot to be calculated as set out in Clause 4; “Reserve” means the minimum hammer price at which a Lot may be sold; “Sale Proceeds” means the net amount due to the Seller; “Seller” means the persons who consign Lots for sale at our auctions; “Terms of Consignment” means the terms on which we agree to offer Lots for sale in our auctions as agent on behalf of Sellers;

3.2 We strongly recommend that you attend the auction in person. You are responsible for your decision to bid for a particular Lot. If you bid on a Lot, including by telephone and online bidding, or by placing a commission bid, we assume that you have carefully inspected the Lot and satisfied yourself regarding its condition.

to us (and any other information that we require in order to comply with our anti-money laundering obligations); and

3.3 If you instruct us in writing, we may execute absentee bids on your behalf. Neither we nor our employees or agents will be responsible for any failure to execute your absentee bid, unless our failure to do so is unreasonable. Where two or more absentee bids at the same level are recorded we have the right to prefer the first bid made (where this can be reasonably ascertained).

7.2 If you owe us any money, we may use any payment made by you to repay these debts.

3.4 The Bidder placing the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer will be the Buyer at the Hammer Price. Any dispute about a bid will be settled at our discretion. We may reoffer the Lot during the auction or may settle the dispute in another way. We will act reasonably when deciding how to settle the dispute. 3.5 Bidders will be deemed to act as principals, even if the Bidder is acting as an agent for a third party. 3.6 We may bid on Lots on behalf of the Seller up to one bid below the Reserve.

“Terms of Sale” means these terms of sale, as amended or updated from time to time;

3.7 We may refuse to accept any bid if it is reasonable for us to do so.

“Total Amount Due” means the Hammer Price for a Lot, the Premium, any applicable artist’s resale right royalty, any VAT due and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Terms of Sale;

3.8 Bidding increments will be at our sole discretion (but will be in line with standard auction practice).

“Trader” means a Seller who is acting for purposes relating to that Seller’s trade, business, craft or profession, whether acting personally or through another person acting in the trader’s name or on the trader’s behalf; “VAT” means Value Added Tax or any equivalent sales tax; and “Website” means our website available at www. rogersjones.co.uk In these Terms of Sale the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to you as the Buyer. The words “we”, “us”, etc. refer to the Auctioneer. Any reference to a ‘Clause’ is to a clause of these Terms of Sale unless stated otherwise. 2. Information that we are required to give to Consumers 2.1 A description of the main characteristics of each Lot as contained in the auction catalogue. 2.2 Our name, address and contact details as set out herein, in our auction catalogues and/or on our Website. 2.3 The price of the Goods and arrangements for payment as described in Clauses 4, 5, 7 and 8. 2.4 The arrangements for collection of the Goods as set out in Clauses 8 and 9. 2.5 Your right to return a Lot and receive a refund if the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery as set out in Clause 13. 2.6 We and Trader Sellers have a legal duty to supply any Lots to you in accordance with these Terms of Sale. 2.7 If you have any complaints, please send them to us directly at the address set out on our Website. 3. Bidding procedures and the Buyer 3.1 You must register your details with us before bidding and provide us with any requested proof of identity and billing information, in a form acceptable to us. You must also satisfy any security arrangements we have in place before entering the auction room to view or bid.

4. The purchase price As Buyer, you will pay: 1. the Hammer Price; 2. a premium of 22% plus VAT of the Hammer Price; 3. any artist’s resale right royalty payable on the sale of the Lot; and 4. any VAT due. 5. VAT 5.1 You shall be liable for the payment of any VAT applicable on the Hammer Price and premium due for a Lot. Please see the symbols used in the auction catalogue for that Lot and the “Information for Buyers” in our auction catalogue for further information. 5.2 We will charge VAT at the current rate at the date of the auction. 6.The contract between you and the Seller 6.1 The contract for the purchase of the Lot between you and the Seller will be formed when the hammer falls accepting the highest bid for the Lot at the auction. 6.2 You may directly enforce any terms in the Terms of Consignment against a Seller to the extent that you suffer damages and/or loss as a result of the Seller’s breach of the Terms of Consignment. 6.3 If you breach these Terms of Sale, you may be responsible for damages and/or losses suffered by a Seller or us. If we are contacted by a Seller who wishes to bring a claim against you, we may in our discretion provide the Seller with information or assistance in relation to that claim. 6.4 We normally act as an agent only and will not have any responsibility for default by you or the Seller (unless we are the Seller of the Lot). 7. Payment 7.1 Immediately following your successful bid on a Lot you will: 7.1.1 give to us, if not already provided to our satisfaction, proof of identity in a form acceptable

7.1.2 pay to us the Total Amount Due in any way that we agree to accept payment. Note there is an upper limit of 1,000 euros equivalent for payments in cash.

8. Title and collection of purchases 8.1 Once you have paid us in full the Total Amount Due for any Lot, ownership of that Lot will transfer to you. You may not claim or collect a Lot until you have paid for it. 8.2 You will (at your own expense) collect any Lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 7 days following the auction. 8.3 If you do not collect the Lot within this time period, you will be responsible for any reasonable removal and storage charges in relation to that Lot. 8.4 Risk of loss or damage to the Lot will pass to you when you (or your agents) take physical possession of the Lot. 8.5 If you do not collect the Lot that you have paid for within thirty days after the auction, we may sell the Lot. We will pay the proceeds of any such sale to you, but will deduct any storage charges or other sums that we have incurred in the storage and sale of the Lot. We reserve the right to charge you a selling commission at our standard rates on any such resale of the Lot. 9. Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases 9.1 Please do not bid on a Lot if you do not intend to buy it. If your bid is successful, these Terms of Sale will apply to you. This means that you will have to carry out your obligations set out in these Terms of Sale. If you do not comply with these Terms of Sale we may (acting on behalf of the Seller and ourselves) pursue one or more of the following measures: 9.1.1 take action against you for damages for breach of contract; 9.1.2 reverse the sale of the Lot to you and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; 9.1.3 resell the Lot by auction or private treaty (in which case you will have to pay any difference between the price you should have paid for the Lot and the price we sell it for as well as the charges outlined in Clause 8.5). Please note that if we sell the Lot for a higher amount than your winning bid, the extra money will belong to the Seller; 9.1.4 remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense; 9.1.5 if you do not pay us within five business days of your successful bid, we may charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due; 9.1.6 keep that Lot or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the Total Amount Due; 9.1.7 reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or impose conditions before we accept bids from you; and/or 9.1.8 if we sell any Lots for you, use the money made on these Lots to repay any amount you owe us. 9.2 We will act reasonably when exercising our rights under Clause 9.1. We will contact you before exercising these rights and try to work with you to correct any non-compliance by you with these Terms of Sale.

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13. Deliberate Forgeries

15.3.2 by email:

Although we take reasonable precautions regarding health and safety, you are on our premises at your own risk. Please note the lay-out of the premises and security arrangements. Neither we nor our employees or agents are responsible for the safety of you or your property when you visit our premises, unless you suffer any injury to your person or damage to your property as a result of our, our employees’ or our agents’ negligence.

13.1 You may return any Lot which is found to be a Deliberate Forgery to us within 21 days of the auction provided that you return the Lot to us in the same condition as when it was released to you, accompanied by a written statement identifying the Lot from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects.

1. to us, by sending the notice to the following email address: info@rogersjones.co.uk

11. Warranties 11.1 The Seller warrants to us and to you that: 11.1.1 the Seller is the true owner of the Lot for sale or is authorised by the true owner to offer and sell the lot at auction; 11.1.2 the Seller is able to transfer good and marketable title to the Lot to you free from any third party rights or claims; and 11.1.3 as far as the Seller is aware, the main characteristics of the Lot set out in the auction catalogue (as amended by any notice displayed in the saleroom or announced by the Auctioneer at the auction) are correct.

13.2 If we are reasonably satisfied that the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery we will refund the money paid by you for the Lot (including any Premium and applicable VAT) provided that if: 13.2.1 the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of experts as at the date of the auction; or 13.2.2 you personally are not able to transfer good and marketable title in the Lot to us, you will have no right to a refund under this Clause 13.2. 13.3 If you have sold the Lot to another person, we will only be liable to refund the price that you paid for the Lot. We will not be responsible for repaying any additional money you may have made from selling the Lot.

2. to you, by sending the notice to any email address that you have given to us as your contact email address in writing. 15.4 Notices will be deemed to have been received: 15.4.1 if delivered by hand, on the day of delivery; 15.4.2 if sent by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery, two business days after posting, exclusive of the day of posting; or 15.4.3 if sent by email, at the time of transmission unless sent after 17.00 in the place of receipt in which case they will be deemed to have been received on the next business day in the place of receipt (provided that receipt is acknowledged by the recipient). 15.5 Any notice or communication given under these Terms of Sale will not be validly given if sent by fax, email, any form of messaging via social media or text message.

11.2 If, after you have placed a successful bid and paid for a Lot, any of the warranties above are found not to be true, please notify us in writing. Neither we nor the Seller will be liable to pay you any sums over and above the Total Amount Due and we will not be responsible for any inaccuracies in the information provided by the Seller except as set out below.

13.4 Your right to return a Lot that is a Deliberate Forgery does not affect your legal rights and is in addition to any other right or remedy provided by law or by these Terms of Sale.

16. Data Protection

14. Our liability to you

17. General

11.3 Please note that many of the Lots that you may bid on at our auction are second-hand.

14.1 We will not be liable for any loss of opportunity or disappointment suffered as a result of participating in our auction.

17.1 We may, acting reasonably, refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person.

14.2 In addition to the above, neither we nor the Seller shall be responsible to you and you shall not be responsible to the Seller or us for any other loss or damage that any of us suffer that is not a foreseeable result of any of us not complying with the Conditions of Business. Loss or damage is foreseeable if it is obvious that it will happen or if at the time of the sale of the Lot, we, you and the Seller knew it might happen.

17.2 We act as an agent for our Sellers. The rights we have to claim against you for breach of these Terms of Sale may be used by either us, our employees or agents, or the Seller, its employees or agents, as appropriate. Other than as set out in this Clause, these Terms of Sale are between you and us and no other person will have any rights to enforce any of these Terms of Sale.

11.4 If a Lot is not second-hand and you purchase the Lot as a Consumer from a Seller that is a Trader, a number of additional terms may be implied by law in addition to the Seller’s warranties set out at Clause 11.1 (in particular under the Consumer Rights Act 2015). These Terms of Sale do not seek to exclude your rights under law as they relate to the sale of these Lots. 11.5 Save as expressly set out above, all other warranties, conditions or other terms which might have effect between the Seller and you, or us and you, or be implied or incorporated by statue, common law or otherwise are excluded. 12. Descriptions and condition 12.1 Our descriptions of the Lot will be based on: (a) information provided to us by the Seller of the Lot (for which we are not liable); and (ii) our opinion (although it is likely that we will not be able to carry out a detailed inspection of each Lot).

14.3 Subject to Clause 14.4, if we are found to be liable to you for any reason (including, amongst others, if we are found to be negligent, in breach of contract or to have made a misrepresentation), our liability will be limited to the total purchase price paid by you to us for any Lot. 14.4 Notwithstanding the above, nothing in these Terms of Sale shall limit our liability (or that of our employees or agents) for: 14.4.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence (as defined in the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977);

12.2 We will give you a number of opportunities to view and inspect the Lots before the auction. You (and any independent consultants acting on your behalf) must satisfy yourself about the accuracy of any description of a Lot. We shall not be responsible for any failure by you or your consultants to properly inspect a Lot.

14.4.2 fraudulent misrepresentation; or

12.3 Representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion will be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently.

15.2 Any notice referred in Clause 15.1 may be given:

12.4 Please note that Lots (in particular second-hand Lots) are unlikely to be in perfect condition. Lots are sold “as is” (i.e. as you see them at the time of the auction). Neither we nor the Seller accept any liability for the condition of second-hand Lots or for any condition issues affecting a Lot if such issues are included in the description of a Lot in the auction catalogue (or in any saleroom notice) and/ or which the inspection of a Lot by the Buyer ought to have revealed.

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14.4.3 any liability which cannot be excluded by law. 15. Notices 15.1 All notices between you and us regarding these Terms of Sale must be in writing and signed by or on behalf of the party giving it.

15.2.1 by delivering it by hand; 15.2.2 by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery; or 15.2.3 by email, provided that receipt of the email is acknowledged by the recipient. 15.3 Notices must be sent: 15.3.1 by hand or registered post: 1. to us, at our address set out in these Terms of Sale or at our registered office address appearing on our Website; and 2. to you, at the last postal address that you have given to us as your contact address in writing; or

We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you in accordance with our current privacy policy, a copy of which is available on our website.

17.3 We may use special terms in the catalogue descriptions of particular Lots. You must read these terms carefully along with any glossary provided in our auction catalogues. 17.4 Each of the clauses of these Terms of Sale operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining clauses will remain in full force and effect. 17.5 We may change these Terms of Sale from time to time, without notice to you. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully, as they may be different from the last time you read them. 17.6 Except as otherwise stated in these Terms of Sale, each of our rights and remedies are: (a) are in addition to and not exclusive of any other rights or remedies under these Terms of Sale or general law; and (b) may be waived only in writing and specifically. Delay in exercising or non-exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale is not a waiver of that or any other right. Partial exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale will not preclude any further or other exercise of that right or any other right under these Terms of Sale. Waiver of a breach of any term of these Terms of Sale will not operate as a waiver of breach of any other term or any subsequent breach of that term. 17.7 These Terms of Sale and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them (including any non-contractual claims or disputes) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and the parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the British law and British courts. These terms are based upon the recommended terms of sale by the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers.


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