Catherine Southon 2 February 2022

Page 1

Antiques & Collectables Wednesday 2nd February at 10.00am







425 438



Antiques & Collectables Wednesday 2nd February at 10.00am VIEWING Monday 31st January 2pm - 5pm Tuesday 1st February 9am - 5pm Wednesday 2nd February 8.30am - 10am Please telephone 0208 468 1010 We are able to offer further images, detailed condition reports and virtual viewing if required. Please note that this will now be a public auction at Farleigh however we still encourage masks and social distancing

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE HAVE MOVED OFFICES TO: Chislehurst Business Centre 1 Bromley Lane Chislehurst Kent BR7 6LH

Welcome to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Director:

Catherine Southon


Tom Blest Stephanie Connell Barbara Dixon (Consultant)

Sale Administrator:

Nicola Minney

Auction Enquiries and Information:

0208 468 1010 07808 737694 Email:

AUCTION VENUE Farleigh Court Golf Club, Old Farleigh Road, Warlingham, CR6 9PE. We will be situated at Farleigh Court from Monday 31st January until Friday 4th February. From Monday 7th February we will be back at our office in Chislehurst Business Centre, 1 Bromley Lane, Chislehurst BR7 6LH.

I M P O R TA N T N O T I C E S Please note that the condition of items are not noted in the catalogue. Condition reports can be viewed on All payments should be made by bank transfer, debit card or through Please note that we are no longer taking credit cards as payment.


In addition to bidding via telephone, absentee and, we are now delighted to offer bidding through our own website All you have to do is visit the website and register to bid - it’s just like being in the auction room. A live audio feed means you hear the auctioneer at exactly the same time as other bidders. You see the lots on your computer screen as they appear in the auction room, and the auctioneer is aware of your bids the moment you make them. Just register and click to bid!

COLLECTIONS Items can be collected from the auction venue, Farleigh Golf Club, on Thursday 3rd February between 9.30am and 5.00pm and on Friday 4th February between 9.30am and 3.00pm. After this collections should be made from our office, Chislehurst Business Centre, 1 Bromley Lane, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 6LH. We are able to post small non-breakable items.

SHIPPING Mail Boxes Etc. Tel: +44 (0) 208 649 9777 Email:

Pack & Send Tel: +44 (0) 203 818 1980 Email:

AUCTIONS The Company trades as Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd. The Company’s registered office is: Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley, BR1 3RA. Company Registration Number 08020183. Registered in England and Wales.


1. An 18th century and later carved oak coffer the three panel front carved with thistles and scrolling vine borders, the plain top of later date with moulded edge and interior hinges, raised on four stile legs, width 122cm, depth 49cm, height 63cm £60-£100 2. An early 19th century oak tripod wine table with turned central column and three downswept legs terminating in pad feet, height approx. 62.5cm, diameter approx. 43.5cm £50-£80 3. A late Victorian mahogany table top collectors chest of one long drawer over four short fitted with Gothic style brass drop handles, the locks stamped Hobbs, London, on plinth base, height 47.5cm, width 61cm, depth 25.5cm £60-£80

6. An early 18th century walnut chest on stand the chest with rectangular quarter veneered and cross banded top, inlaid with central oval and circular motif, above two short and two graduated long drawers, cross banded sides, the stand with long drawer, turned bulbous supports, bowed stretcher and bun feet, height 111.5cm, depth of base at widest point 63cm, approx width 92cm £400-£600

4. A Regency mahogany bow fronted chest cross banded and ebony strung inlay to top, with brushing slide above three long drawers, embossed oval handles, on splayed bracket feet, height 85cm, width 95cm approx £100-£200

5. An 18th century South German walnut serpentine chest of drawers with three long drawers with a breakfront design each containing three panels of crossbanded inlay and conforming pierced brass handle and escutcheon plates, raised on four shaped hoof feet, width 88cm, depth 53cm, height 78cm £400-£600

7. An early 18th century walnut chest on chest the cornice top above fitted with three cross banded short and three long graduated drawers, the lower section with two short and two long graduated drawers, on bracket feet, height 183cm, depth 57.5cm, with approx 100cm £500-£800

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 11. A watchmakers pine table top bank of drawers and another bank painted green the first having 7 long drawers besides 4 short, moulded top and plinth base, the second with 8 short drawers over two long, with brass plates for hanging, the pine bank measures width 62.5cm, depth 12cm, height 30.5cm, the painted bank measures width 30.5cm, depth 10.5cm, height 32cm £80-£120 12. A small 20th century Kashmiri carved hardwood folding side table the circular top carved with leaves and flowers, the centre with inlay of leaves and flowers, with hinged tripod folding stand carved with elephants and leaves and decorative geometric and circular patterns, overall height 33cm £40-£60 8. A George III mahogany serpentine fronted chest of drawers in the manner of Thomas Chippendale, moulded edge top, above four long graduated drawers, with brass drop handles, on bracket feet, height 84cm, depth 56cm, width approx 106cm £500-£800 9. An early George III mahogany chest of drawers the rectangular moulded crossbanded top, above four graduated drawers, with pierced brass handles and lock escutcheons, on shaped bracket feet, height 77cm, width 83cm, depth 52cm approx £400-£600

13. An early 19th century mahogany tripod table with a rectangular tilt top, on a turned and shaped column support with downswept legs terminating in pad feet, height 69cm, width 63.5cm, depth 34.5cm £50-£80 14. A George III style mahogany torchere with circular top raised on turned and slightly tapering reeded stem with acanthus leaf decoration and three downswept legs terminating in ball and claw feet, height approx. 121cm, diameter 29cm £50-£80 15. A Victorian walnut and marquetry loo table the tilting top of elongated oval form with a moulded edge and an inlaid floral motif in ebonised wood, supported by four turned column uprights set on a platform with four downswept legs with acanthus leaf moulding and set with castors, width 115cm, depth 88cm, height 69cm £100-£200 14

10. A Victorian walnut side table the rectangular top with rounded corners and moulded edges, raised on four barley twist upright supports on downswept scrolling legs, twin barley twist stretchers and scrolling feet on castors, width 109.5cm, depth 56.5cm, height 71cm £80-£120 15


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


16. An early Victorian satin birch library table the rectangular top with moulded edge over two frieze drawers, raised on two shaped end supports with applied roundel, a turned stretcher and compressed bun feet, width 112cm, depth 66cm, height 68.5cm £150-£250 17. A 19th century mahogany wine table of circular form, the top having a raised moulded edge, a turned baluster column support and circular base with three gilt bronze paw feet, height approx. 62.5cm, diameter 35cm £80-£120


20. An Elizabeth II limed oak coronation stool by Waring & Gillow Ltd stamped Waring and Gillow 1953 and marked with Crowned ER Insignia CORONATION, dipped blue velvet upholstered seat with gold braid trim, square chamfered legs, height 49cm, width 46cm, depth 31.5cm £150-£200 21. A George III upholstered fruitwood stool rectangular, on square tapering moulded legs united by outer moulded rails, height 45cm, width 43cm, depth 29cm £100-£150

18. A 19th century elm seated ash and beech smokers armchair with raised back and scrolling arms on turned spindles, the shaped seat raised on four turned legs and h-shaped stretcher, height approx. 80cm £50-£80

19. A Victorian mahogany table top bank of four drawers with pierced brass handles and raised on a moulded plinth, brass locks stamped Hobbs, width 32cm, depth 29.5cm, height 49cm £80-£120

22. An Edwardian dentists mahogany field tool chest the hinged lid with brass carrying handle enclosing a compartment over six graduated drawers, bears brass plaque ‘Graves-Morris’, height 39cm, width 33cm, depth 22.7cm £80-£120

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .




24. An early 20th century Por Larranga satinwood and rosewood tabletop humidor ivory strung and cedar lined, stamped to interior ‘Por Larranaga’ specially selected for Sir Hugo Hirst’, height 11.8cm, length 32.5cm, depth 20cm £50-£80

23. A harlequin set of six Windsor chairs late 19th / early 20th century, each with hoop-back, double spindle supports, pierced splat, shaped saddle seats, turned legs joined by crinoline stretcher in various woods, including yew and elm (6), the largest 117cm, width 47cm, depth 51cm £500-£700 23A. A 19th century low Windsor chair with hooped back, turned legs and crinoline stretcher, height 92cm, width 46cm, depth 50cm £80-£120




25. A large Regency style convex wall mirror the mirror glass surrounded by an ebonised reeded slip inside a painted frame with mounted balls and crossed ribbon motif, diameter approx. 67.5cm, depth 6cm £100-£200 26. A William and Mary style seaweed marquetry inlaid fruitwood mirror the borders with panels of scrolling foliate marquetry, overall 73.7 x 58.5cm £200-£400 27. A late 19th century faux tortoiseshell wall mirror 17th century style, ripple moulded, the rectangular plate within cushioned ebonised edge frame £300-£400


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 33. An Edwardian mahogany nest of three occasional tables of graduated form, each with shaped inlaid top, on turned legs, the largest width approx 56cm, depth 37cm, height 66.5cm £80-£120 34. An Edwardian mahogany vanity table inlaid with ebony and boxwood stringing, opening to reveal a mirrored lid, fitted compartmented interior with a silk lined sliding tray for implements, brushing slide below, raised on tapering swept legs with cross stretcher, height approx 77.5cm, width 30cm, depth 26cm £100-£150

28. A William and Mary walnut veneered cushion frame wall mirror the rectangular plate within moulded frame £300-£400

35. A Regency mahogany D-shaped fold over top card table with rounded corners, cross banded, satinwood stringing, on tapering square legs, height 74cm, depth 46cm, width approx 90cm £200-£300 36. A George III mahogany ladder backed armchair in the manner of Thomas Chippendale, carved serpentine pierced ladder, with shaped arms, on reeded square legs joined by H stretcher, the overstuffed upholstered seat embroidered with tulip motif, height approx 99cm, seat depth approx 52cm £100-£150 37. A George III mahogany oval galleried serving tray inlaid to centre with a conch shell, with brass handles £50-£100 38. A Regency swing toilet mirror on three drawer bow fronted box base, lion mask handles, raised on ivory ball feet £50-£100

29. An early 20th century tortoiseshell triptych dressing table mirror the bevelled plates within shaped frame £300-£500 30. An Edwardian marine stick barometer numbered B8734, mounted on gimbals, rosewood and mahogany base, inlaid with ivory, total overall height approximately 110cm £100-£150 31. Two Edwardian brass bound oak three bottle tantalus first fitted with square hobnail cut decanters and carrying handle, second with mirrored back, three mould blown decanters and twin front flaps over a button release fitted drawer containing a deck of Goodall playing cards, (2), first height 36cm, length 38.7cm £100-£200 32. An early 20th century metal bound pine and plywood tuck box height 21cm, width 57.5cm, depth 50cm £30-£50

39. A 20th century Damascus ware box of octagonal form with parquetry and mother of pearl inlaid in a geometric pattern and cross banded edges, length 24cm, width 24cm, depth 7cm £60-£80 40. A 19th century Persian lacquered painted board from a book binding decorated with in gilt with a flower vase framed by a mihrab within a scrolling foliate border, crewelwork fragment mount, framed, bears Kensington Gallery label, book cover 29 x 20cm £80-£120

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .




41. An Aboriginal Queensland Rainforest shield carved from fig tree wood, of symmetrical elliptical form with a carved out handle on the back and raised circular boss to centre, painted in ochre and black with a diamond geometric design, height 84cm, width 33.5cm From a local Private Collection. £2000-£3000

42. Antiquities: An Egyptian sandstone relief fragment of a goddess carved in raised relief with head and shoulders of a goddess wearing a headress in profile, mounted, fragment 25 x 19cm, height mounted 31.5cm £800-£1200


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


43. An Egyptian Wood Headrest probably 6th Dynasty, 2360-2195 B.C., carved in three sections, the curved oval shaped pillow supported by a pair of slender hands carved in shallow relief, on a reeded stem, the oval base carved in shallow relief with reeded form with a rope twist border, height 17cm, width of base 18cm, depth of pillow 6.75cm, width of pillow 18.75cm Provenance: From a local Private Collection. For a similar example see: Sotheby’s ‘Ancient Sculpture and Works of Art’, London, 3rd July 2018 Lot 69; Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA, Accession number 61.301. £6000-£8000

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 44. Two Indian brass wall hanging rectangular panels chased with mythological scenes first depicting Kaliya Daman, second a mounted warrior riding with a female companion trampling and spearing a foe in a jungle setting, moulded brass frames, (2), each approx. 38 x 27.5cm £60-£80 45. A 19th century South Indian bronze domestic shrine probably Tamil Nadu, cast in three sections, the figure, probably Vishnu, standing on a platform base with bird supports and cast with kneeling figure Garyda in front, the mandorla cast with the heads of Naga, height 21cm £80-£120

48. A large Continental mirror plateau centrepiece, circa 1900 the Rococo style rim of shaped oval form in pewter coloured metal, designed with cherubs and scrolls, on four raised feet, approximately length 67 x width 46 x height 10cm £150-£250 49. A set of six George III pewter plates with scalloped rim, and each engraved with a line from the ‘Merry Man’ verse: 1. What is a merry man? / 2. Let him do what he can / 3. To entertain his guest / 4. With wine & merry jest / 5. But if his wife do frown / 6. All merriment goes down, touchmarks to the reverse, some stamped ‘SD’ possibly for Samuel Duncombe, (6), diameter approx. 22cm £80-£120

46. A large Austrian cold painted bronze of five budgerigars perched on a branch on a green onyx rectangular base, height 34cm, length 47.5cm £300-£400

50. An early 20th century copper lantern with bullesye lens, bears an embossed oval plaque ‘Steam Drifters Stores Co Ltd Lowestoft, dated 1917, interior retaining reservoir, height with handle upright 34.5cm £30-£50 51. A Victorian glass display dome on fabric covered ebonised base raised on three turned feet, height approx. 38cm £50-£80 52. An Edwardian anodised brass table lamp and another first having twin scroll fitting on hexagonal baluster stem and spreading base, (2), first height 47.5 including fitting £40-£60 53. Two 19th century Persian painted lacquer roundels on depicting courtly scenes, a/f sadelli borders, (2), first diameter 26.5cm £60-£80

47. An Austrian cold painted bronze of three budgerigars perched on a branch on a green onyx rectangular base, height 23.7cm, length 33cm £100-£200


54. Six 19th century and later French copper jelly moulds various designs, largest crested with a Royal Crown, all fitted with hanging loops, (6), largest height 10.5cm, diameter 17.5cm £100-£150

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 59. An early 19th century burr walnut and rosewood writing slope containing tooled leather slope and two inkwell compartments, compartment below slope contains two loose drawers and a further glass inkwell, length 39.5cm, width 22.5, depth 13.5cm £60-£80 60. A Regency rosewood sarcophagus shaped tea caddy and Victorian mahogany jewellery box first boxwood strung with twin gilt brass lion mask ring handles on ball feet, second with lift out velvet lined tray, first height 15.5cm £50-£80 55. Three Victorian Benham & Froud copper jelly moulds and two others comprising one of swirled turret from, numbered 448 X, another with penny top numbered 321, and a ring mould numbered 521, all marked with orb and cross together with another ring mould numbered 2028 61/4 and an oval mould, numbered 132, (5), first height 11.5cm £300-£400 56. Two Cairoware vessels early 20th century, decorated with silver and copper inlay, panels with Arabic calligraphy, together with two Cairoware dishes, and a small brass tray, of lozenge form, decorated with repeating Star of David motif, (5), height of beaker approximately 8.5cm £80-£120 57. An Edwardian oak desk stand, later fitted with a gilt brass reading lamp, with green glass shade, pair of ceramic inkwells, width 34cm £50-£80 58. A Victorian Lunds of London Rosewood travelling dressing box and a Victorian burr walnut writing slope the first with concealed jewellery draw, two glass pots and various fixed and lift out compartments of blue morocco, the top velvet lining concealing a compartment for a mirror (lacking), an interior brass plaque inscribed ‘Lund, 57 Cornhill, London’, and a brass plaque on the top engraved with initials, sold with key, the second containing a tooled velvet slope with pen tray and ink pot, a compartment below slope containing two fitted drawers, plain brass shield to the exterior (2), length 30cm, width 23.5cm, depth 14.5cm £50-£80

61. A Victorian mahogany miniature table top chest of drawers the top with moulded edge above two short and three graduated long drawers with turned knob handles, on plinth base, height 24cm, width 23.5cm, depth 14.5cm £100-£150 62. A Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson of Kilburn oak fruit bowl circular with adzed finish, bearing carved mouse signature to centre, diameter 27.5cm £200-£300 63. A Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson of Kilburn oval oak cheese board with handle bearing carved mouse signature to handle, length 38cm £80-£120 64. Manner of Ferdinando Vichi (Italian, 1875-1945): An Art Nouveau alabaster bust of a female figure entitled ‘Laura’ dressed in Renaissance style costume, raised on plinth base, unsigned, approximately 29cm wide x 26cm high £100-£150




A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .





65. A Victorian novelty painted iron octagonal pillar post-box money box height 27.5cm £100-£200 66. A large and fine late 19th century Swiss Black Forest carved dog group attributed to Walter Mader carved as a recumbent St Bernard bitch with a collar and rope lead and three puppies, all with glass eyes, height 18cm, length 43cm, depth 28cm £800-£1200 65

68. Two Victorian brass column oil lamps first having a hobnail cut clear glass reservoir on a square reeded column with lion mask rings handles to capitol and plinth, on a square stepped base, fitted with a blue tinted frosted shade acid etched with flowers, second having a wrythen cranberry glass reservoir and flared moulded shade, Eltex burner on square reeded column stem on stepped square base, (2), First height 68cm £100-£200 69. A pair of Sherwood and Sons travelling candle lamps associated glass shades, stamped Sherwood Limited, Birmingham (2), height 50cm £40-£60 70. A 19th century marble bust of a classical maiden head and shoulders, wearing drapery and a rose corsage, on socle base, unsigned, height 32.5cm £300-£400


67. An early 20th century Austrian cold painted novelty match striker in the form a brindle Bulldog marked to base Austria, height 12.7cm £140-£180


71. After John Rogers (American, 1829-1904), a bronze of ‘The Shaughraun and “Tatters”’ titled to the base, stamped ‘JOHN ROGERS, NEW YORK’, stamped to reverse ‘PATENTED MARCH 2 1875’, height approx. 49cm £200-£300

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 76. A George III Chinoiserie Japanned 8-day longcase clock the brass dial signed John Smith, London, silvered Roman hour and Arabic minute chapter ring, mask head spandrels, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture and ringed winding hole, the black lacquered case with flat topped hood, overhanging cornice top, the long trunk door fitted with circular lenticle, decorated with Chinoiserie inspired motifs £200-£400



72. A late 19th century French engraved gilt brass gorge cased repeating carriage clock with alarm by Joseph Soldano the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, minute track, outer Arabic minutes and subsidiary alarm dial, 8 day movement striking on a coiled gong with passing strike on the half, backplate numbered 1047, silvered platform stamped JS and also numbered 1047, the five bevelled pane case engraved with scrolling leaves, flower baskets and masks, height 15.5cm £500-£700

77. A George III oak 8 day longcase clock signed Thomas Bevan, Marlborough on the 12” dial with silvered chapter ring, having Roman and outer Arabic numerals, dual minutes tracks, subsidiary seconds dial and calendar aperture, brass pierced spandrels with two train movement striking on a bell, the case having pedimented hood with three pedestals for finials (missing), a glazed door flanked by a pair of turned columns with gilt bronze capitals and bases, the trunk with hinged door, on a box base with shaped feet, height approx. 223cm, width 51cm £300-£400

73. A late 19th century French gilt brass and champlevé enamel carriage clock the circular cream enamel dial with black Roman numerals and minute track having a blue ground champlevé enamel mask, 8 day movement,the five bevelled pane gilt brass case having three-quarter fluted columns and blind fret tracery borders, on turned feet, height 14cm £150-£250 74. A late 19th century French gilt brass carriage clock the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markers, 8 day movement, the five bevelled pane gilt brass case having three-quarter fluted columns and blind fret tracery borders, on turned feet, height 14cm £100-£150 75. A late Regency mahogany and brass inlaid drop dial wall clock the 12” dial signed ‘C. Frodsham, Finsbury Pavement, London’ and having black Roman numerals and minute track, a single fusee movement, the case with an octagonal surround, carved leaf ears and pendulum window, height approx. 65cm, width approx. 41cm £300-£400

75 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .




A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 78. An early 20th century French gilt brass champlevé enamel and onyx 8 day mantle clock circular cream enamel dial with blue Roman numerals, minute track and pierced gilt scroll hands, decorated with garlands, drum movement striking on a coiled gong, stamped A & N and numbered 185 4 6, mercury compensated gilt brass and champlevé enamel pendulum, the four glass case with baluster side columns and urn shaped finials, on a shaped plinth base, height 36cm £300-£400


79. A mid 19th century French ormolu 8 day clock under dome by Bright, Paris circular white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and minute track, steel trefoil hands, 8 day four pillar brass drum movement striking on a bell, signed Bright Paris, numbered 12493 236, pierced surround cast with trailing leaves and flowers, on a rosewood plinth base on compressed bun brass feet, height 38cm £500-£600 80. A Regency satinwood bracket timepiece the 4 inch white enamel dial painted with Arabic numerals, signed Grant Fleet Street London and with blued steel hands, behind a convex glass and brass bezel, the five pillar single fusee movement with engraved brass backplate, the lancet shaped case with triple arched fretted brass grille, flanked by cluster columns on the front angles with brass capitals and reeded border to arch the sides with lions mask ring handles, the rear with lancet glazed door, on stepped base with brass ball feet, height 30.5cm, width 17.4cm, depth 12.5cm £400-£600





81. An Edwardian mahogany and marquetry inlaid bracket clock having circular white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, two train 8 day movement striking on a coiled gong, stamped A 1 Vincent 1883 7 2, the arched case flanked gilt brass columns, on compressed gilt brass ball feet, height 39cm, width 26.5cm £50-£80 82. A large Victorian Gothic walnut cased bracket clock the arched silvered dial with Roman numerals, minute track, STRIKE/SILENT and SLOW/FAST dials, signed Halton & Slocombe, 63 Moorgate St, London, two train movement striking on a coiled gong, the figured walnut ogee arched case adorned with a pair of columns and having fret cut sides and surmounted by three leaf finials, on a plinth base and compressed feet, height 70cm, width 42.3cm £300-£500 83. T. Martin & Co., A late 19th century French miniature gilt bronze gorge case carriage clock in a fitted travelling case the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, minute track and outer Arabic minutes signed T. Martin & Co. 151, Regent Street, London, Fabrique Paris, the back plate signed T Martin & Co Paris, numbered 32356, five pane case and leather case also numbered, case stamped Lina ? Feb 1892, height 8cm £200-£300


84. English School (19th century) ‘Portrait of a Young Gentleman’, watercolour on paper, signed and dated, depicting a figure dressed entirely in black, within frame £100-£200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 88. English School, ‘Hatching Chicks’ 19th century, oil on canvas, framed, canvas measures 19 x 24cm, overall 35.5 x 40.3cm £100-£200

85. English School, (early 19th century) ‘Kidwelly Castle’, oil on canvas, framed, canvas approx. 33 x 61cm, overall approx. 42.5 x 70cm £100-£200 86. English School (19th century) A pair of landscapes, oil on canvas, each within gilt frame, overall 60 x 44.5cm, the canvas 35.5 x 51cm £200-£300 89. English School, (late 19th century) c.1900 ‘All on account of Eliza’, a humorous cockfighting cartoon of two cockerels fighting over a Hen, watercolour and ink, signed MAT, mounted, Hogarth frame, bears old paper label T.G. Underwood, within mount 26 x 36.5cm, overall £50-£80 90. Anglo Chinese School (19th century) ‘Shanghai Junk and other vessels’, ink drawing of a series of steam and sail powered vessels, inscribed ‘Shanghai Junk’ to mid left drawing, framed and mounted, overall 24.5 x 37cm, within mount 9cm x width 23cm £80-£120

87. Henri Desire Griset (French, 1810-1890) ‘St Jerome in his study’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1869 bottom left, framed, canvas 33 x 48.5cm, overall 44 x 59.2cm £100-£200

91. English School, (early 19th century) ‘Venetian lagoon’, oil on canvas, framed, canvas stamped Reeves & Sons, London, canvas approx. 30.5 x 61.5cm, overall 41 x 71cm £200-£400

88 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



92 92. Thomas Jacques Somerscales (British, 1842-1927) ‘Three masted vessel on open seas’, possibly Chilean naval vessel, oil on canvas, signed and dated to lower right T. Somerscales, 92’, overall width 43.75cm x 33cm canvas 35cm x 25cm Provenance: From a Private Collection. 93

Thomas Jacques Somerscales (1842-1927) was a Yorkshire born painter particularly known for his work as a Marine Artist. Somerscales served with the Royal Navy from 1863 until 1874. Upon being invalided ashore in Chile, 1874. He settled there and began a career as a professional artist. Somerscales lived and worked in Chile from 1874 until 1892, where he painted many scenes of the Chilean navy. £3000-£5000 93. British School (19th century) ‘Mount Orgeuil Castle, Jersey’ (Gorey Castle) and ‘Moonlit Coastal Scene, Jersey’, a pair of miniature paintings, oil on panel, each within gilt frame, one bearing inscription verso ‘Mount Orgeul Castle, Jersey (sic), by C. Pyne’, the other with feint illegible inscription, (2), overall 10cm x 12.5cm £150-£250



94. 20th century School ‘Street scene’, oil on board, signed indistinctly Jan Fourtmann?, dated 1928, carved frame, board 46 x 51.4cm, 55.5 x 60.3cm £50-£80

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


95. John Eyre R.B.A., R.I. (British, 1847-1927) ‘St. Nicolas Church, Cranleigh’, watercolour and pencil, signed ‘J. Eyre RI’, framed, labelled and inscribed verso “St. Nicholas (sic) Church, Cranleigh, J. Eyre, 1924”, overall 48.5 x 58.5cm, within mount 24 x 33.5cm Provenance: The Artist's family, and thence by descent. £150-£200

98. Walter Blackman (American, 1847-1928) Portrait of a Belle Epoque Lady in Profile, oil on canvas, signed to top left corner, within glazed gilt frame, overall 57cm high x 49cm wide, the canvas 47cm high x 39cm wide From a Private Collection. £500-£800

96. John Eyre R.B.A., R.I. (British, 1847-1927) ‘Chelsea Pensioners, The Wren Chapel, The Royal Hospital Chelsea London’, watercolour and pencil, signed ‘J. Eyre RBA’, framed, overall approximately 65.5 x 53.5cm, within frame 60.5 x 48cm Provenance: The Artist's family, and thence by descent. £400-£600 97. Henry John Kinnaird (1861-1929) ‘Shepherd and flock within a landscape’, Salisbury, Wiltshire, watercolour, signed to lower right, framed and mounted, labelled verso ‘Landscape, 9.25/2. Kinnaird’, with Boots framing label, overall 34 x 43cm, visible painting 18 x 27.25cm approximately £80-£120

99. British School (early 20th century) ‘Art Deco Portrait of a lady’, oil on canvas, signed ‘F.E. Wilde’ and dated 1930, framed, overall 69 x 59.2cm, canvas 56 x 42cm From a Private Collection. £400-£600

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 100. ‡ Eric Stace Holt (1944-1997) ‘Portrait of a man’, pencil signed and dated 1962, mounted framed, within mount 22 x 15.5cm £70-£90 101. ‡ Ronald William Fordham Searle CBE HRWS (British, 1920-2011): ‘Coughs cannot always be totally suppressed’, large original musical related illustration, watercolour, ink, pastel, gouache and pencil, long inscription “Coughs cannot always be totally suppressed, but they can often be postponed, With respect to a great composer, what might pass unnoticed in a Brahms finale can wreck a reflective passage of Debussy, We beg you to cough judiciously and with impeccable timing.”, framed, overall 78 x 52.5cm, within frame 72.5 x 47.5cm From a Private Collection. £2000-£3000 102. ‡ Gerard Hoffnung (German, 1925-1959) ‘The Christmas Concert’, an original humorous cartoon, pen and ink heightened with gouache on paper, signed to lower right, framed and mounted, overall 49.5 x 42.5cm, within mount 21.75 x 25cm For a similar illustration see: ‘The Hoffnung Companion To Music, In Alphabetical Order’, by Gerard Hoffnung, Dobson Books, 1959, pg. L for Lullaby From a Private Collection. £300-£400 103. ‡ William Papas (South African, 1927-2000) ‘Cocteau ‘59’, original caricature, pen, ink and wash on paper, signed to lower right and inscribed with date lower left, bearing ‘James Bourlet & Sons’ label verso, stamped ‘Owner. Royal Festival Hall, Ref No. 23047, Date 10th April 1963’, framed and mounted, overall 48.5 x 42.25cm, within mount 26 x 23.5cm


From a Private Collection.




Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) visited London in 1959, during which time he painted the mural within the Lady Chapel at Church of Notre Dame de France, Leicester Place, London. £100-£200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


104. ‡ Jean Clark RWS (British, 1902-1999) ‘Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Rehearsing 1956 With Felix Prohaska In The Grosser Konzerterhaus-Saal’, oil on canvas, signed and dated, framed, together with 1987 sales invoice, a gallery label and artists biography, overall 108 x 77cm, the canvas 89 x 59.5cm From a Private Collection. The accompanying gallery label states that this painting came from the studios of Jean Clark and later Cosmo Clark and additionally that the picture was exhibited at the Bankside Gallery, 1983. £200-£300

105. ‡ Gerald Davis (Irish, 1938-2005) ‘Accusation’, oil on canvas, signed and dated to lower left ‘Davis ‘76’, inscribed verso ‘’Accusation’ by Gerald Davis, October 1974, Finished May 1976, Gerald Davis’, and additionally labelled ‘Accusation £160, Gerald Davis, 11 Chapel Street’ and ‘David Hendricks Gallery’ framed, overall 74.5 x 91cm, the canvas 60 x 75cm £200-£300

106. ‡ Ronald Kerr Rutherford (British 1913-2004) ‘Southwold Marshes’, oil on board, indistinctly dated 82?, framed, bears paper label verso ‘Ronald Rutherford Paintings’, board 38 x 49.5cm, overall 45.7 x 57.1cm £50-£80 107. ‡ John Preston Goddard (British, 1928-2009) ‘Harbour and bay’, ink and wash on paper, mounted, overall 45 x 61.25cm, within mount 33cm x 49cm £50-£80

108. ‡ Margaret Loxton (British b.1938) ‘Crib in the Convent’, oil on board, signed bottom left, framed, board 25.7 x 31cm, 33.5 x 38.5cm £200-£300

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



109. ‡ Geoffrey Chatten (British, b. 1938) ‘Boats at Sea’ (possibly Norfolk Regatta), oil on board, signed lower left, framed, labelled verso ‘SouthwellBrown, Fine Art Gallery’, overall 24 x 29.5cm, visible board 15 x 20cm £70-£90

110. ‡ Geoffrey Chatten (British, b. 1938) ‘The Breydon Tide Way’, oil on board, signed to lower right, bearing title inscription and numbered ‘30’ verso, framed, overall 134 x 100cm, the board 120 x 88.5cm approximately £200-£300


111. Albany E. Howarth (British, 1872-1936) ‘The Golden Cross, Oxford’, etching, signed in pencil to lower right, together with John G. Mathieson (British, 20th century), ‘Scottish Landscape’, drypoint etching, signed in pencil to lower left and J. Alphege Brewer (British, 1881-1946), ‘Edinburgh Castle’, signed to lower right, blind-stamped to lower left, all framed and mounted, each with ‘Bowman & Son, Union St, Aberdeen’ label verso and additional descriptive label, (3), the first overall 65.5 x 46cm £80-£120

112. ‡ Jacques Simon (French, 1875-1965) ‘Harbour with steamboats’, an etching with aquatint, signed in pencil and numbered 1/60, unmounted, impression 24.5 x 34.3cm £50-£80 113. ‡ Pierre-Louis Moreau (1877-1960) ‘Sisteron’, 47/60 signed and titled in pencil, etching, and ‘Bourg Reyanud’, 21/50 signed and numbered in pencil, uncut, both bearing Ed Sagot Editeur Paris blindstamps, mounted with tissue guards, (2), first 46.5 x 29.2cm £80-£120

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 114. ‡ Max Pollak Austrian(1886-1970) ‘Die Tanzerin Kitty Starling’, drypoint etching, and ‘Kitty Starling’, drypoint etching with colouring, both signed and titled in pencil, uncut, unmounted, (2), first 50 x 35.2cm £80-£120 115. ‡ Max Pollak Austrian (1886-1970) four drypoint etchings, ‘Winter churchyard’, signed, ‘Winter scene’, signed, ‘Wien I’, titled in pencil, and ‘Wien’ signed, unmounted, uncut (4), Each 40 x 30cm £80-£120

118. ‡ John Hoyland (British, 1934-2011) Names and Voices, 1996, limited edition print signed in pencil to lower right and numbered 228/300, with Advanced Graphics London blindstamp, framed, overall height 50.5cm x width 39.5cm From a Private Collection. These prints were commissioned by Martin Krajewski, Director of Joslin Rowe Associates to celebrate Christmas 1996. £200-£300

116. ‡ Arthur Rigden Read (1879-1955) ‘The Venetian Shawl’, woodblock print, signed and dated 1924, framed and mounted, E. Stacey-Marks label verso, overall 45.75 x 36.5cm, within 23.75 x 16.75cm £80-£120 117. ‡ After Salvador Dali (1904-1989) ‘Portrait of Pablo Picasso as Napoleon’, inscribed ‘Salvador Dalí Ge conu L’Empereur, Mantilla Erecta’, a print, numbered XXXVIII/XL and signed Dali in pencil,,punted framed, Impression 11.5 x 16cm, overall 35.5 x 41cm £100-£150

119. ‡ Albert Irvin (British, 1922-2015) Alpha, limited edition screenprint, signed in pencil ‘Irvin 94’ and numbered 84/300, framed, overall width 39cm x height 34cm From a Private Collection. Offered with a Joslin Rowe headed letter stating that these prints were commissioned by Martin Krajeski, Managing Director of the company to celebrate Christmas 1994. £150-£200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 120. John Speed. Kent with her Cities and Earles Described and Observed a hand-coloured 17th century engraved map, c.1614-16, inset town plans of Canterbury and Rochester, text verso, mounted framed, Overall 52.4 x 65cm £200-£300 121. Kent. John Norden (c.1547-1625) Cantium Quod Nunc Kent, early 17th century, hand coloured copperplate engraving, map framed and mounted, label verso inscribed ‘Saxton Kip, c1610’, together with John Cary (c.1754-1835), Map of Kent, late 18th century, hand coloured engraving, mounted within modern Hogarth frame, (2), the first overall 51 x 59cm £80-£120 120


122. A collection of nine antique maps, 17th century and later including: Cheap Ward, For Noorthouck’s History of London, 1772; Benjamin Cole, (1697-1783) Aldersgate Ward, London; Pieter Van Den Keere, Barkshire (Berkshire) and Cornwaile (Cornwall), both uncoloured; Thomas Kitchin (1718-1784), Leicestershire, hand coloured; Thomas Jeffreys (c.1791-1771), Sweden, Denmark, Norway & Finland, uncoloured; Robert Morden (1650-1703), Dorset shire, hand coloured; Christopher Saxton/ William Kip, Nottingamle (Nottinghamshire), hand coloured, all framed and Edward Weller, The German Empire, unframed, (9) , Robert Morden map overall 47.5 x 55.5cm £100-£150 123. An 18th century French Perspective view of London from the Thames, c.1780 ‘Vue Perspective de la Tour dy Pont et d’une partie de la Ville de Londres prise de la Tamise’, published Paris, chez Daumont ru St Martin, copper engraving with period hand colouring, 26. x 41cm £70-£90 124. Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858): a pair of Japanese woodblock prints, including: ‘Kyoto: The Great Bridge at Sanjo’ (Sanjo Ohashi) from the Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido (Tōkaidō gojūsan tsugi), together with ‘Okazaki: Yahagi Bridge (Okazaki, Yahagi no hashi) from the Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido Road; labelled inscribed verso ‘The Ohashi at Sanjo in old Kyoto, One of the 53 famous station of Tokadio, 1797-1858, Bought in Japan in 1935’, mounted together and frame, overall 60 x 48.75cm, the first within mount 23 x 35.5cm From a Private Collection. £150-£250



A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


125 125. Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858) nine woodblock prints form the Sixty Odd Provinces series: No. 1 Yamashio - The Togestu Bridge in Arashiyama No. 3 Kawachi MountOtoko in Harakata No. 13 Kai - Monkey Bridge No. 24 Hida - Basket Ferry No. 32 Kaga -The Eight Wonders of Kanazawa, The Fishing Fires on Lake Renko No. 33 Noto - Waterfall Bay No. 64 Higo - Gokanosho No. 67 Satsuma - Bo Bay, the Two-Sword Rocks No. 69 Tshushima - A Fine Evening on the Coast, Tsushima Province seals and stamps to margins, (9), each 36.5 x 25.5cm £700-£900 126. Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) (Japanese 1786-1865) two woodblock diptychs the first depicting women in a chrysanthemum garden with a bamboo fence, paper mount, second a samurai lord holding a fan with a lady in an interior, both with seals and stamps, (4), each 37 x 25.2cm £80-£120 127. Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese, 1798-1861) Two woodblock prints from the triptych Palace of the Dragon King:Ryugujo Tawara Tōda Hidesato is Awarded Three Gifts, red seal marks (2), 36.2 x 23.5cm £70-£90

128. A collection of six 19th century Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints including; Utagawa Hiroshige (Japanese, 1797-1858), ‘View of the Lake at Hakone’ (Hakone, Kosui no Zu) from the series Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido Road (Tōkaidō gojūsan tsugi); Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) (1786-1864), Crawling man with shadow figures (half of a diptych); together with four further woodblock prints, Edo period Kabuki actor; Courtesan and suitor, kabuki actor and female figure within an interior, (6), the first 25 x 37.5cm £80-£120 129. Three Japanese woodblock prints of birds c.1910 the first Okuhara Seiki (1837-1918) crow at dusk, second Ogata Gekko (1859-1920), two doves and Ohara Koson (18771945), song bird in reeds, each signed, unmounted (3), first 24 x 25cm £70-£90

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .




A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 130. A 19th century Japanese imari dish decorated with central reserve containing two birds, an outer border containing orbs and lion-dogs, six character mark and two concentric rings to base, diameter approx. 23cm £50-£80 131. A late 19th century Japanese Meiji period vase and cover and a pottery vase first of ovoid shouldered from, decorated with panels painted with figures in a garden setting against a red floral ground with exotic birds, second of baluster form on a domed foot, applied decoration of flowering wisteria and birds in flight above a band geometric panels, (2), height 39.5cm, second height 37.5cm £50-£80

135. A collection of eight Japanese ivory netsuke Meiji period, late 19th/early 20th century, including: a pair of figures playing Go, character mark to base; Ebisu figure on a fish; seated figure; vendor with a basket; seated figure with baby; seated figure holding a lidded basket; seated figure holding corn; seated figure holding large fan, (8), Go players height 3.7cm £150-£250

136. A Japanese Meiji period carved wood netsuke of a monkey naturalistically carved leant forward holding it’s young, signed, height 3.4cm £100-£150

132. A small Japanese Satsuma vase Meiji period by Kinkozan, Kyoto, of pear shaped form, the mottled mauve coloured ground decorated in gilt with a dragon surrounded by flames holding a pearl, with black and red coloured enamel details, additionally highlighted in gilt to rim and foot, with makers mark to back in gilt and red enamel, height approximately 9.75cm £200-£300

133. A Japanese Arita blue and white celadon sometsuke-seiji style bowl the exterior painted with landscape panels, fluted celadon glazed interior with central medallion and geometric border, square seal mark, diameter 31.5cm, height 10.5cm £80-£120 134. A Japanese Meiji period figure of an elephant in patinated bronze, raised on carved wooden base £100-£200


137. A collection of six Japanese Meiji period ivory netsuke and an okimono the netsuke various carved as seated figures, unsigned, the okimono carved as a standing man tool and a root vegetable, signed, (7), various £60-£80 138. A Japanese ivory netsuke in the form of a recumbent water buffalo early 20th century, character mark to base, width 5.25cm £100-£200 139. A Chinese turquoise monochrome glazed vase incised Kangxi six-character mark to base, of baluster form, the turquoise blue glaze with a fine crackle, together with associated hardwood stand, vase height 42cm, the stand overall height 19cm £800-£1200 139

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 140. A late 19th century Chinese famille rose tray of rectangular form with re-entrant corners and channelled shallow rim, decorated in bright enamel with a bird perched in a flowering magnolia branch and flowering peonies, iron red seal mark, 18 x 24.4cm £200-£300 140

141. An 19th century famille verte oval dish painted to centre with a group of scholars and attendants, some at table reading scrolls and playing chequers, dense floral border, gilt rim, 28 x 36.2cm £300-£400 142. A small group of 18th century and later Chinese blue and white porcelain comprising a small ginger jar, decorated with blossom on a cracked ice ground, with associated hardwood lid and stand, an 18th century plate with central reservation containing scholars seated around a table, floral sprays and a border with various figures, a vase of baluster form with blossom on a cracked ice ground, four character mark to base, and a lidded pot of cylindrical form decorated with foliage, (4), height of ginger jar on stand approx. 18.5cm £80-£120 143. An 18th century blue and white Chinese ginger jar decorated in underglaze blue with a ground of cracked ice and blossom, and reserves containing the ‘precious objects’ pattern, two concentric rings on base, height approx. 22cm £50-£80

144. A mid 18th century European subject ‘Judgement of Paris’ dish c.1755 painted with Paris seated offering the golden apple to Venus flanked by Hera and Athena, a cupid sits at her feet on her robes, gilt shell and scroll border, diameter 22cm £200-£250


145. A 19th century Chinese famille verte baluster vase and cover Decorated with a scroll painted with birds, amidst precious objects, flowering prunus branches and peony, geometric pattern borders, double ring mark to base, height 26.2cm £80-£120

146. An early 19th century Chinese famille rose dish and an 18th century blue and white export dish first decorated with seated courtiers and attendants under a tree in a landscape, gilt rim, iron red, second painted with willow, peony and rockwork, ochre rim, (2), first diameter 23cm, second diameter 25.5cm £100-£150

147. A 19th century Chinese famille rose lobed square bowl finely decorated with immortals and figures amidst crashing waves with a dragon, scrolling clouds and trees, gilt rim, interior with scattered flowers, iron red four character seal mark, height 7.5cm, diameter 16.8cm £100-£150

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 149. A pair of Chinese export famille rose Mandarin pattern plates c. 1800, decorated with figures in landscape settings, inside a scale pattern and gilt border set with cartouches containing landscape scenes, (2), diameter approx. 24.5cm £100-£200 150. A large 19th century Chinese blue and white ginger jar decorated with shaped panels painted with ladies and children in a garden setting against prunus flowers and cracked ice, four character mark, on a hardwood stand, height of jar only 26.5cm £80-£120

148. Four pieces of Chinese export porcelain comprising a 19th century famille rose teapot, of cylindrical form, decorated with birds and flowers within a cartouche on a celadon ground, a shaped bamboo style spout and twisted handle and gilded finial, a 19th century shaped dessert dish decorated with figures in a garden within a foliate border and a gilded and red ground cresting, a late 18th century famille rose teapot, decorated with foliage and scale pattern border, a 19th century famille rose plate decorated with peacocks and foliage on a celadon ground, with mark to base, (4), Height of teapot approx. 11cm £60-£80

151. A pair of large late 19th century Chinese famille rose vases of ovoid form with flared shaped rim, painted with court scenes on a foliate ground, applied with dragons to the shoulders and vase neck, (2), height approx. 63cm £400-£500 152. A 19th century Chinese blue and white porcelain vase of tapering form with flared rim, decorated with figures in a garden beneath a pine tree, on hardwood stand with five scrolling feet, height including stand approx. 39cm £100-£150 153. A late 19th or early 20th century Chinese famille verte lidded vase of baluster shape, decorated with enamelled trees, birds and insects between two brown glazed bands of moulded foliage, the lid surmounted with ball finial, six character mark to base, height approx. 46.5cm £80-£120






A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


154. A pair of late 19th Chinese blue and white sleeve vases with flared rims, decorated in underglaze blue with scrolling lotus, four character kangxi mark, (2), height 30.2cm £80-£120


155. A pair of early 20th century Chinese famille rose vases of squat baluster form, each decorated with a figure riding a donkey, and other figures, on pale green grey ground, (2), height 12.5cm £80-£120

157. A 19th century Chinese export famille rose elephant candle holder the standing elephant with head turned sharply right painted in iron red with gilt highlights, with a famille rose decorated saddle cloth and beaker shaped vase rising up from the raised saddle, height 10.5cm £100-£200 158. An 18th century Chinese export Imari dish decorated in typical palette with landscape and birds £50-£80 159. An early 20th century Chinese jade belt hook of typical form, carved to the top in openwork and undercut, at one end with a dragons head and the other with a chilong crawling, with stud to reverse, length 11cm £100-£150 160. A 19th century Chinese Cantonese carved ivory card case carved in relief with figures, temples and foliage, 9.5 x 5.7cm £80-£120

156. A 19th century Chinese blue and white plate and a dish first painted with four warriors within a border of scrolling foliage, second of lobed circular form painted with sea anemones and snails within a panel rim border decorated with crayfish, crabs, fish and anemones, double ring four character kangxi reign mark, (2), first diameter 25.7cm £100-£200


161. Chinese School (19th century) Two paintings, ink and colour, mounted together, comprising two deities sitting at a tree stump table with peach and tea together with three scholarly figures in a landscape, framed and mounted, overall 66 x 33cm £60-£80

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



162. A pair of Chinese cloisonné enamel vases and a bowl first of lobed baluster form, millefiori decoration, on hardwood stands second of squat circular form, the exterior decorated with two five-claw dragons chasing a flaming pearl, four character mark, (3), first height with stands 26cm £100-£150

166. Two Tibetan nephrite jade and white metal stems bowls and covers c.1900 the spinach bowls both a/f, the stands with lobed petal trays and stem bases repoussé decorated with auspicious symbols and flowers, the tiered domed covers with foliate chased decoration and bead finials, (2), first height 17cm, second height 16cm £100-£200

163. A pair of Chinese cloisonné enamel small vases and covers of squat ovoid tapering form with domed covers, decorated with ruyihead border over flowering prunus branches on a patterned pale green ground, on stands, (2), height 11.3cm £50-£80

167. A large early 20th century Moroccan polychrome earthenware charger decorated with geometric and foliate patterns within seven large medallions and a border of foliate and floral panels, signed to the base, diameter 44.5cm £80-£120

164. Two 19th Century Chinese ivory figural desk deals realistically carved one holding a fan, the other a lotus leaf, together with a small collection of thirteen mother-of-pearl Chinese gaming counters finely carved with animals, birds and figures and each with cartouche with carved interlaced initials, together with a seated lapis lazuli Buddha (qty), height of ivory Chinese figures 7.6cm £50-£80 165. A 19th century Chinese bottle vase converted to a lamp, in celadon coloured crackle glaze, with ormolu metal mounts £200-£300




168. A large 19th century Multan faience pottery charger North West India, decorated in shades of underglaze blue on a white ground with a radiating foliate design, signed verso, diameter approx. 46.5cm £100-£200 169. A large 19th century Multan faience charger North West India, decorated in underglaze blue with a central medallion containing a seated Buddha within a scrolling foliate border, on a turquoise ground, impressed and signed verso, diameter 59.5cm £100-£200


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 170. A late 19th century Moroccan polychrome earthenware pottery vase probably Fez, of bellied form, with flared rim, decorated with stylised leaves and signed and possibly dated to lower edge, height approx. 18.5cm £100-£150


174. A Victorian Minton majolica ‘Tower’ pattern flagon with a jester finial and body moulded with dancing figures between bands of vines conjoining to form a naturalistic handle, impressed marks to the base, height approx. 33.5cm £40-£60 175. Two pieces of early 20th century miniature Ruskin Pottery comprising a shallow orange lustre footed bowl, impressed ‘Ruskin’ to the base and a blue and green mottled lily vase, impressed ‘Ruskin 1913’ to the base, (2), height of the lily vase approx. 7.5cm £80-£120


171. A pair of mid 19th century blue and white hexagonal ironstone pot pourri jars and covers probably Masons, with interior covers and pierced domed lids surmounted by lions, the jars having dolphin handles and decorated in a foliate pattern with gilt highlighting (2), height approx. 45cm £200-£400 172. A late Victorian Worcester style part tea service decorated with gilt scroll framed panels containing exotic birds, insects and flowers against a green ground, comprising nine tea cups and twelve saucers, a sugar basin and a milk jug, apple and bees factory mark (qty), height of milk jug 11.5cm £50-£80

176. An early twentieth century Della Robbia pottery bowl sgraffito decorated with stylised flowers and vines on a green ground, designed by Tom Hall and decorated by Alice Louisa Jones bearing both makers marks to the base, diameter approx. 13cm £100-£150

173. A pair of Chelsea gold anchor period Duke of Cambridge Service type dessert plates c.1756-1769 each having a shaped and gilt rim with five moulded reserves, decorated with painted fruits and insects, gold anchor mark to base, (2), diameter approx. 23cm £200-£400


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



179 177. A 1930s Art Deco Carlton Ware Wisteria pattern vase, a Bourne Denby Daneby Ware vase and two Poole pottery vases first shape 777 of tapering conical form on a stepped foot decorated with trailing wisteria against a blue mottles ground, impressed 777 painted pattern no 3857 printed factory marks, second of trumpet form with electric blue mottled glaze, third Bluebird pattern, shape 112, etc. (4), first height 26cm £50-£80 178. A 19th century French Rouen faience vase and cover of hexagonal baluster form with spreading foot, the lid surmounted with a scrolling finial, decorated with a scene of a gentleman riding a horse, height approx. 25.5cm £40-£60 179. A part Quimper Fleuri Royal dinner service hand painted with ochre blue and yellow flowers with sponged Royal blue borders and flower garlands, comprising lidded tureen, mustard pot and salts, four egg cups, salt and pepper, two knife rests, sauce boat, six twin handled bowls, two lidded handled bowls, large twin handled dish, six side plates, eight large dinner plates, four small dinner plates, large serving plate, with painted signature ‘Henriot Quimper’ (qty), length of serving plate 45cm £200-£300

182. A group of 20th century studio pottery comprising an elliptical stoneware bowl by John Green of Cheesemans Pottery, paper label to base, a stoneware vase of compressed ovoid form, impressed mark WA(?) to the base, a small circular stoneware bowl of tapering form, with drip glazing and impressed mark GD (?) to the base, an earthenware jug with foliate design, signed ‘S Pascal’ to lower edge, (4), height of the bowl approx. 15.5cm £50-£80 183. A first period Worcester coffee cup various 19th century pieces of blue and white transfer decorated china and four copper lustre jugs, the first c.1770, decorated with the fisherman and cormorant pattern and gilded details, crescent mark to base, the blue and white comprising two small Turner pearlware plates decorated in the willow pattern, impressed mark to base, a larger pearlware plate decorated with the willow pattern, a pearlware mustard pot and cover, the four copper lustre jugs of various forms and decorations, (9), Largest jug measures approx. 18cm £50-£80

180. A large Dutch Delft blue and white square vase of waisted tapering square section design, painted with panels of sailing ships and flowers, pseudo Chinese four character mark to base, height 57cm £80-£120 181. A pair of large Royal Doulton Autumn leaves pattern jardinieres of baluster form, impressed crown and lion mark to base, numbered ‘2191’, (2), diameter approx. 34.5cm, height approx. 30cm £80-£120 178



A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


188 184. A group of late 19th and early 20th century ceramics comprising a Royal Worcester blush ivory candle snuffer modelled as Mrs Caudler, c.1920, marked to the inside, a Moore Brothers porcelain vase, in the form of a flower with applied leaves and berries, raised on a naturalistic twig base, mark underneath, and a Sarreguemines teacup and saucer, modelled as a shell in a salmon ground, with applied coral handle, marked to base, (3), height of the vase approx. 9cm £40-£60 185. An early 19th century Staffordshire pearlware cow group in the manner of Obadiah Sheratt, a pearlware hollow cast recumbent sheep and a cow and calf group first modelled as being bitten on the left rear hoof by a snake, on a naturalistic base decorated with polychrome enamel inverted swags, a flowering bocage behind, second, Staffordshire or Yorkshire, c.1790, (3), first height 18.5cm £80-£120 186. A group of mainly 18th century ceramics comprising a late 18th century Staffordshire teapot, modelled in the form of a tree stump with naturalistic spout, handle and inset lid, a late 18th century Whieldon type plate, with shaped rim and decorated with sponged ‘tortoiseshell’ decoration, a late 18th century creamware figure of a woman holding a rifle, a stoneware tankard, (4) £100-£150 187. Two 20th century Japanese porcelain figural groups comprising two performers, and a traveller seated on a log adjusting her shoe, (2), height approx. 18cm £50-£80 188. A late 18th century creamware teapot, probably Leeds, c.1780 of cylinder form with cavetto shoulder and blue glazed beaded border, having moulded fluted spout and entwined loop handles, the domed cover with conforming loop finial with foliate terminals, painted in colours with a Chinese lady holding an infant in garden setting with a child and a rabbit to one side, on the other a figure holding a parasol £60-£80



189. An early 20th century Minton dinner service pattern K-246, gilt tooled foliate scroll green borders, printed factory marks, comprising six dinner plates, six dessert plates and six side plates, (18), dinner plate diameter 27cm £100-£200 190. A small Linthorpe Pottery vase, designed by Dr. Christopher Dresser late 19th century, of bulbous form, in green mustard coloured glaze, modelled with repeating oriental motif, base numbered ‘851’, with impressed ‘Linthorpe’ mark and stamped facsimile ‘Chr. Dresser’ signature, height approximately 7.5cm £80-£120 191. A Persian Safavid Kubachi pottery shallow footed dish painted in underglaze blue with fish and floral sprays on a cream crackle ground, diameter 24.1cm £200-£300 192. George White for Doulton Burslem, a Seashell Vase of shouldered tapering form, painted with a maiden in diaphanous robes on a seashore, signed G White gilt rims, printed marks, height 27cm £250-£350 193. John Eyre R.B.A., R.I. (British, 1847-1927) A late 19th century Art and Crafts pottery plate, decorated with three geese, lustre glazed, trial example, inscribed to underside “No. 7, Trial, JE 19/11/96”, diameter 15cm Provenance: The Artist's family, and thence by descent. John Eyre (1847-1927) came from a family of potters. Prior to his career as an artist he worked as a designer and decorator in Staffordshire for Mintons and Copeland. He was later employed by Doulton Lambeth as an Art Director and was known particularly for his work as a Doulton Faience designer and painter. £100-£200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 194. A Wedgwood Dragon Lustre vase early 20th century, of baluster form, the mottled pink blue ground decorated with gilt dragon motif, makers mark to base and further inscribed z4901, together with a Wedgwood Dragon Lustre bowl, the mottled pink green ground decorated in gilt to exterior with a dragon and interior with butterfly motif, marked to base and inscribed as first, (2) £200-£300 195. A pair of William Moorcroft for James MacIntyre Aurelian Ware vases c. 1898, in Poppy pattern, on white ground, heightened with gilt, the vases of Persian bottle type design, of squat form with waisted neck, bearing MacIntyre mark to base and with Registered Design Number 314901 and numbered ‘M414’, (2), height 26cm £200-£300


196. A small Daum Nancy cameo glass ‘Violet’ vase, 1900-1905 ovoid form with wavy edged rim, delicately painted with violets and foliage against a translucent mottled ground terminating in a blue ground, signed Daum Nancy with the cross of Lorraine, height approximately 7.5cm £300-£400 197. A late 19th century Thomas Webb & Sons miniature cameo glass vase of tapering form with ruby and opal overlaid on a yellow ground, cut with convovulus, insects and banded borders, height approx. 7cm £80-£120




198. A small Legras Winter landscape vase, a set of six Moser cordial glasses and other glass first of spherical form with hexagonal rim, decorated in enamel with trees in a snow covered landscape, signed Legras, second with panelled tapering bowls with raised flashed cobalt blue cabochons against vermicule and foliate gilding, unsigned together with a mid 19th century white overlaid scent bottle and stopper and a Secessionist blue glass vase enamelled with a butterfly, (9), first height 7.5cm £80-£120 199. A pair of Victorian cut glass table lustre candlesticks all over diamond cut, each fitted with urn shaped sconce above a drip pan suspended with faceted drops and lustre’s, on baluster stem and a circular foot, (2), height 27.5cm £80-£120

198 (part)


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


202 200. A Murano Scavo style art glass two handled pedestal vase in amber and black coloured glass, signed to base ‘S. Tosi, ***’, height 54cm x width 19cm approximately £60-£80 201. An Edwardian silver mounted claret jug Sheffield, 1909, by James Deakin & Sons, tapering glass body with star cut motif to body and base, together with a silver Claret decanter label, Birmingham, 1968, by William Adams Ltd, height approximately 26.25cm £100-£150 202. A collection of Victorian and later cut decanters and other glass to include a mallet shaped decanter with mitre cut decoration c.1830, a Victorian celery vase engraved with a Greek key band, a pair of shaft and globe decanters with facet cut stoppers, a Regency style diamond cut triple ring neck decanter, a water jug with hollow blown handle two ships decanters fitted with Coalport ‘Sherry’ and ‘Port’ ceramic bottle tickets, etc., (qty), first height 28.5cm £50-£80


203. Two silver mounted Edwardian decanters first London, 1909, makers mark worn, thistle shaped with strawberry diamond and mitre cut decoration and thistle shaped stopper; second Birmingham, 1907, believed by Hukin & Heath, elongated torus shaped body with illusion centre, star cut base, (2), thistle decanter 27cm, the later 30cm high £80-£120 204. Two modern silver topped crystal decanters and stoppers first London, date letter rubbed by Roberts & Dore Ltd, second marks rubbed, but same maker, (2), height 27.2cm £60-£80


205. An early Victorian magnum decanter c.1840 ten sided slice cut form with double ring neck fitted with conforming stopper, height 35cm £150-£200 206. An early Victorian cut glass claret jug facet and slice cut octagonal body with strap handle and on a deep star cut foot, fitted with a hollow blown stopper, height 29.5cm £80-£120

205 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 207. A matched pair of 19th century decanters c. 1840s, each with facetted barrel shaped body, three neck rings, shaped stopper, star cut bases, together with silver decanter labels, Madeira, lacking town mark, London, 1799, makers mark possibly John Emes, Port marked London, 1821, makers mark possibly John Reily, (2), overall label weight approximately 25g, height approximately 28cm £80-£120



208. A pair of Victorian glass lustres opaque frosted glass with gilt decoration in repeating leaf motif, clear glass prismatic drops, with knopped stems, on circular bases, (2), height 25cm approximately £100-£150 209. An Art Deco Bohemian glass decanter in the manner of Karl Palda, decorated with geometric black enamel and frosted glass; together with a Mdina, Malta glass vase, in mottled orange overlaid with blue trail, signed to base ‘Mdina’, (2), decanter height 20cm £50-£80 210. A mid 19th century cut glass claret jug and stopper scallop cut rim, the body cut with broad mitre cuts, applied loop handle, star cut base, height 34.5cm £80-£120



211. A pair of French Sevres Cristal table lamps c. 1950s, each with hexagonal bases, brass ring detail, sectional column, bearing labels to bases and columns, height overall 23.5cm, width 11cm £80-£120 212. An 18th century drinking glass plain funnel shaped bowl, with double series air and opaque white twist stem, conical shaped foot with pontil mark, together with a late 18th century rummer, with engraved bowl, on solid and two further antique glasses, of plain form, (4), the first height approximately 14cm £80-£120 213. Five Venetian aventurine glass dessert bowls c.1900 possibly Salviati, octagonal with pink trailed prunts, (5), diameter 10.2cm £80-£120


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


214. A Victorian miniature silver and abalone carriage timepiece signed W Thornhill & Co. with enamelled dial, Arabic numerals, blued-steel hands, small silver carrying handle hallmarked London 1879, with applied panels of abalone, height with handle 9cm £200-£300

216. A late 19th century continental white metal and enamel aide memoire c.1900 unmarked, probably Austrian, rectangular, the textured cover embossed and enamelled in purple, pink and green with two tulips in bloom, double hinged on ribbons, blue velvet interior, with a turned bone pencil, 9.1 x 8cm £200-£300 217. An interesting collection of 19th century and later silver and other vertu to include fob watches comprising a George III silver fob seal,Birmingham, 1810 by Joseph Willmore, the matrix engraved HCJ, a silver and blue enamel cased lady’s open faced fob watch, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and minute track, signed Balmoral, the enamel case heightened with silver and gilt decoration, A French embossed silver needle case, a silver plated embossed fountain pen case containing a Swan fountain pen with foliate embossed yellow metal cap, a Georgian silver and mother of pearl magnifier, a silver cased open faced pocket watch, a rosewood cased wax seal, a horn vesta case engraved with a standing female figure, a an ivory cased badger shaving brush, a leather cased cheroot with amber mouthpiece, a ring sizer, (qty), various £70-£90

215. Three Victorian silver mounted scent bottles and a silver rouge pot the first double ended teal glass bottle hallmarked on the lid Birmingham 1893, with foliate embossed mounts, second having cylindrical porcelain body decorated in imari palette, the third, unmarked mount, the porcelain body decorated with a bird and foliage, heightened in gilt, together with a silver circular rouge pot with chased decoration to the lid (4), length of the former 8.8cm £100-£150

218. An interesting collection of antiquities to include a Roman bronze statuette of Venus first standing nude, her right hand raised to her head together with a bone object carved with standing female figure in flowing robes, a faience amulet of a putto and a dog and an Egyptian alabaster kohl jar, (4), first height 11.3cm £150-£250

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



222. A Sampson Mordan & Co 9ct gold propelling pencil with suspension loop for wearing on a chain terminating with semi-precious green gem, total weight approx 7.2g, unextended length 4cm £100-£200 219. An interesting collection of carved antique seals and intaglios including four Georgian black basalt double sided portrait intaglios, an oval carved glass intaglio, signed, another opaline classical intaglio, twelve various carved hardstone and gem intaglios, a carved portrait cameo, a glass Art Nouveau style cameo and two other hardstones. (qty), various £200-£300 220. An interesting and mixed miscellaneous collection of objects comprising an Inuit soapstone carving of a figure wielding an ivory spear, an Edwardian inlaid photo frame, a watercolour of a woman with a Labrador monogrammed ‘Re’ in an art nouveau frame, a cloisonné enamel trinket box in the shape of a butterfly, a nest of weights, two compacts one in the form of a grand piano, binoculars, slave currency (manilla), travel clock, paper weight, etc... (qty), height of the former 11.5cm £80-£120

221. A lady’s early 20th century Continental gold match case or lucifer of bevel-edged rectangular hinged form, richly engraved with engine-turned and scrolling decoration, cabochon ruby collet thumb piece, stamped with Austrian control mark for Vienna and maker’s mark, length 5.9cm, width 2.6cm, 16.0g £250-£350


223. A collection of vertu to include egg shaped thimble cases and sewing etuis, a silver powder compact and two silver and mother of pearl folding knives to include a Russian silver and cloisonné enamel thimble case, stamped 925, a brass etui, a 19th century gilt metal foliate embossed thimble case with suspension chain attached, a Mauchlin ware etui with contents etc., (qty), first height 3.2cm £70-£90 224. Six silver and other thimbles and a cased set of steel embroidery scissors to include a Norwegian thimble by Clement Berg, decorated with blue and white enamel decoration, amethyst coloured top, an American thimble by Ketcham & McDougall, decorated in relief with Lily of the Valley, stamped 10, initialled, a Marsh Arab thimble etc., (qty), various £50-£80

225. A George III ivory and gold pique inlaid toothpick case of rectangular form with rounded ends, the hinged lid pique inlaid ‘Souvenir,’ line border, velvet lined, length 8cm £60-£80

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .




226. A George III enamel oval patch box possibly Bilston, c.1780, the hinged enamel cover inscribed with motto ‘Long may you Live & be Happy’ against a white star, pale blue border, sides and body, mirrored interior, length 4.3cm £60-£80 227. A large Continental silver and enamel table snuff box London import marks, 1929 by Stockwell & Co, oval, the hinged lid finely painted after Gainsborough’s portrait of Mrs Mary Robinson, the sides with foliate engraved decoration, the reverse engine turned, silver gilt mirrored interior, height 2.2cm, width 7.3cm, length 9.5cm, weight approx. 5.17ozt £300-£400 228. Asprey & Co. A Victorian silver mounted stitched black leather cigar wallet London, 1879 by Charles Asprey & Charles Asprey Junior, plain silver mount, two applied silver crests, stamped in gilt Asprey & Sons Makers 166 Bond St, length 14.5cm, width 9.5cm £100-£150 229. A small collection of silver vertu comprising a pair of Art deco black onyx and marcasite set foliate engraved silver sprung folding lorgnettes, a late Victorian crocodile leather wallet with silver mounts, an 228 engine turned circular powder compact, a pair of late Victorian opera glasses with foliate engraved silver clad barrels and a cased pair of Lemaire gilt brass and mother of pear veneered opera glasses, Lemaire Fabt Paris, retailed by Ed Messter Berlin, (5), various £80-£120 230. A 19th century treen boxwood glove powderer and other items together with a pair of ivory glove stretchers, another larger pair of wooden glove stretchers, a leather covered glass hip flask with pewter cup, a black lacquered papier mache snuff box, a novelty gilt brass Davy lamp cigarette lighter, a 1930s novelty set of eight miniature 78 record drinks coasters contained in an album etc., (qty), first height 13cm £70-£90

231. An interesting and varied collection of matchbox covers, vesta and matchbook cases to include Rudyard Kipling brass example with an applied copper elephant portrait, inscribed with the quote ‘A woman is only a woman but a good cigar is a smoke’, a middle eastern brass holder with painted and mother of pearl plaque painted with figures an applied painted sadeliwork panel, two Canton enamel holders, a gunmetal matchbook case with applied white metal Mumm champagne bottle, Italian tooled leather examples, commemoratives, and many others, (qty), various £100-£150

232. An Asprey silver, enamel and coral compact and cigarette case set, Birmingham, 1933 Art Deco design with black enamelled lid inset with marcasite and coral to top left, engine turned silver body, red enamelled canted corners, both stamped inside ‘Asprey, London’, additional Asprey markers mark, and bearing engraved description ‘Stella, on her birthday 8th April 1934, 1928-1934, within fitted tooled leather case stamped ‘Asprey, 166 Bond St, London’, weight total 6.95ozt, cigarette case length 8cm, fitted case lenght 19.5cm £400-£600 232 233. A George V circular tortoiseshell trinket pot, a Canadian silver and guilloche enamel souvenir ashtray and other items first with a silver-gilt hinge, London, 1919 by Charles Henry Dumenil, second stamped Sterling by Caron Brothers, and a Victorian pique inlaid moire silk lined purse together with a pierced silver buckle and two plated nurses buckles, (7), first diameter 7.5cm, weighable silver approx. 2.03ozt £80-£120

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 235. A late Victorian silver three piece cruet set in a fitted case London, 1885, by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, with bright cut decoration, comprising mustard pot and spoon fitted with a blue glass liner and a pair of pepperettes, in magenta velvet and silk lined fitted leather case, weight approx. 4.7ozt £80-£120

234. A George V silver twelve piece silver cruet set retailed by Finnigans, Birmingham a mixture of dates and makers to include four silver pepper pots, two marked Birmingham, 1935, Adie Brothers, two marked Birmingham, 1936, Finnigans Ltd, four silver salt and four silver mustard spoons, 1933, makers mark Adie Brothers, four salts, two marked 1936, Finnigans Ltd, one 1932, Adie Brothers, one 1926, Adie Brothers, four silver mustard pots, two marked 1936, Finnigans Ltd, two marked 1935, Adie Brothers, all in a fitted box, (20), measurements of the box length 38.5cm, width 38.5cm, depth 9cm, weight approx. 39.99ozt £600-£800

236. An Arts and Crafts silver mustard pot and a silver salt by Omar Ramsden the mustard pot London, 1901, makers mark for Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, spoon marked for 1900, of baluster form on circular spreading foot, hammered decoration with acanthus leaves and c-scroll handle, the salt London, 1933, of rectangular form with shaped border, hammered decoration and raised on four ball feet (2), mustard pot height approx. 7cm, weight approx. 4.43ozt £100-£150

237. A continental silver cow creamer c.1900 Dutch or German, pseudo marks, in the typical form of a standing cow, the hinged cover with fly finial, length 14.5cm, height 9.5cm, weight approx. 5.10ozt £200-£400



238. An Edwardian novelty silver pheasant pepper pot and another similar first London, 1901, by William Edward Hercomb naturalistically cast in the form of a standing cock pheasant pull off pierced head, second, unmarked, (2), first height 9cm, length 20.5cm, weight approx. 14.63ozt £300-£400 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 239. A George III silver toddy ladle and a small collection of silver first London, 1807 by Edward Mayfield, plain oval bowl with flared rim and baleen handle together with a small late Victorian footed cream jug, an arched four division toast rack, an egg cup, initialled, five assorted napkin rings and a pair of sugar tongs, (qty), first length 17.7cm, weight approx. 10.25ozt £100-£150 242. A pair of early George III silver sauce boats makers mark only W.T? probably London, William Turton, oval form with gadroon borders, leaf capped scroll handled on three shell capped paw and ball feet, crested with a harp ensigned by human heart and a motto for Crigan, length 17.7cm, height 11.5cm, weight approx. 17.04ozt Claudius Crigan Bishop of Sodor and Man 1784-1813 and thence by descent. £500-£700 240. A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver two-handled cup London, marks rubbed but probably 1706 by Thomas Spackman?, of plain bell shape with twin bead scroll handles, engraved with a contemporary scroll framed rampant griffin crest, on a circular foot, height 12.9cm, weight approx. 12.66ozt £500-£700

243. A George II silver small salver/waiter London, 1737 by John Tuite, of shaped circular form, with shell and scroll capped stepped rim, on three hoof feet, flat chased band of scrolls, rocaille and foliage, crested with a harp ensigned with a human heart for Crigan family, of Ireland, diameter 17cm, weight approx. 7.47ozt Claudius Crigan Bishop of Sodor and Man 1784-1813 and thence by descent. £200-£300

241. A modern Britannia standard silver chocolate pot in Queen Anne style London, 1973 by William Comyn & Sons, of plain tapering form with cut-card decoration, the hinged domed fluted cover with hinged finial and scroll thumbpiece, spout with hinged cover and fitted with silver mounted ebonised loop handle, height 25cm, weight approx. 29.21ozt £300-£500

244. A late George III silver spirit burner, together with a pair of early 19th century Old Sheffield plate chamber sticks c.1815 and a wine funnel the burner, no town mark but London, 1817, makers mark W.E, of compressed circular ogee form, embossed with flowers and scrolls, crested, the chamber sticks on circular bases with gadrooned rims, the sockets with side ejectors on slotted stems to take a wick trimmer, both with conical extinguishers, crested, (4), first height 6.2cm, weight approx. 5.1ozt £80-£120

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 245. A modern silver presentation salver Sheffield, 1958 by John Turton & Co., circular with pie crust rim, on scroll legs, presentation inscription from Booth’s Distilleries Ltd and facsimile signatures, diameter 30.3cm, weight approx. 25.44ozt £250-£350 246. An American sterling silver dish marked sterling 144 by Meriden Britannia Company, of shallow circular from with pierced decoration, engraved with foliate decoration to centre, on a circular foot, initialled, height 3.7cm, diameter 25cm, weight approx. 10.04ozt £100-£150 247. A George V silver quaich together with a bachelors twin handled sugar basin and a milk jug first marks rubbed, Birmingham, by George Unite, of typical plain design, initialled (3), first handle to handle 15.5cm, weight approx. 10.55ozt £100-£150

248. A pair of Edwardian silver pepper casters, a sugar caster and other silver first London, 1905 by Mappin & Webb, of baluster form with gadrooned borders on mask and shell feet, initialled, D, a late Victorian foliate embossed ogee baluster pepper caster on a weighted foot, London, 1900, maker Mark M? Co, a sugar caster and a pair of pierced and embossed bonbon dishes, (6), first height 10.7cm, weighable silver approx. 14.74ozt £200-£300

249. A pair of late Victorian silver embossed bonbon dishes London, 1888, makers mark for Charles Edwards, of circular form with embossed swags, ribbons and fluting, raised on three scrolling feet, (2), diameter approx. 16.5cm, weight approx. 14.29ozt £150-£250


250. A George III silver slaver and an Old Sheffield plate waiter first London, 1789 by Elizabeth Jones, oval, raised border with beaded rim, on beaded splayed bracket feet, second, oval with plain rim, both crested with a harp ensigned with a human heart and motto ‘Heart Love’, for Crigan family, of Ireland, length 27.3cm, weight approx. 15.29ozt Claudius Crigan Bishop of Sodor and Man 1784-1813 and thence by descent. £250-£350 251. An early 20th century Thai silver and niello table cigarette box with hinged lid, the top showing a scene of a kneeling Hindu god, interior veneered with walnut, inscribed to the reverse ‘Margrett Bangkok’, with further inscription to base ‘F.W. Margrett, Craftsman, Bangkok, 1932’, dimensions length 12cm, width 10cm, depth 5cm £80-£120

252. An early Victorian engine turned silver cigar case Birmingham, 1849, makers mark for Edward Smith, of rectangular form with rounded corners, the hinged cover with push button catch, engine turned and engraved acanthus leaf decoration, a c-scroll framed reserve to the front, length approx. 11.7cm, weight approx. 3.21ozt £100-£150

253. A George III silver vinaigrette probably London, 1815, no makers mark, with basket weave decoration and a pendant ring, gilt interior with hinged pierced grille, initialled to the top, length approx. 2.7cm, weight approx. 0.33ozt £70-£90

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 256. An unusual George V engine turned combination cigar, cigarette and matchcase table box London, 1929 by Mappin & Webb Ltd, of rectangular triple decked design, each tier with hinged lid, gilt interiors cedar lined, width 16.3, depth 12.5cm, height 8.8cm, total weight approx. 25.77ozt £400-£600

254. A Victorian silver vinaigrette and a French silver snuff box the first Birmingham, 1853, makers mark for Alfred Taylor, of rectangular form with a serpentine edge, an engraved foliate design with initials and gilt interior grille, the second with indistinct marks stamped on the lid rim, of rectangular form with engine turned decoration and plain front panel, (2), length approx. 5.7cm, weight approx. 2.67ozt £100-£150

255. A George V engine turned table cigarette box London, 1932, by Edward Barnard and Sons Ltd, rectangular, the hinged lid with thumbpiece and beating a central rectangular reserve initialled S.N.D, cedar lined with a divider, height 5.1cm, width 14.1cm, depth 9.5cm £100-£200


257. A late 19th century Austrian .800 silver two light candelabra Austrian marks, Vienna, makers mark V.C., having engine turned decoration with twin scroll arms, on a domed spreading circular base, bearing a vacant scroll frame oval cartouche, height 21cm, weight approx. 9.78ozt £100-£200

258. A late Victorian silver teapot Birmingham, no date letter, no makers mark, of circular compressed form with reeded girdle, hinged dome cover, with knop finial and scroll loop handle with ivory insulators, handle spout length 24.5cm, weight approx. 16.8ozt £200-£250

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



259. A late Victorian Scottish three piece silver tea service Edinburgh, 1899 by Hamilton & Inches, of ovoid tapering half fluted form with a ribbed girdle, comprising a teapot with angular ebonised handle and fluted knop finial, a twin handled sugar basin and a milk jug with gilt interiors, initialled B (3), teapot handle to spout 27.2cm, weight approx. 26.71ozt £300-£500

260. A Victorian silver four piece tea service London, 1884, makers mark for William Hutton & Sons, comprising a teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and cream jug with spiral wrythen decoration and ebonised wood handles, (4), coffee pot height approx. 24.5cm, weight approx. 46.83ozt £600-£800


261. A late Victorian silver three piece bachelors tea service London, 1895 by Wakely & Wheeler, of spherical form, all over embossed with scrolling foliate decoration, comprising teapot with fitted fruitwood scroll handle and finial, sugar basin and milk jug, crested with motto, (3), teapot handle to spout 16cm, weight approx. 11.61ozt £150-£200

262. A Victorian silver claret jug Sheffield, 1864, makers mark for Martin, Hall & Co., of baluster form raised on a circular spreading foot, a scrolling handle with ivory insulators and hinged lid surmounted by a finial, decorated with c-scrolls and cabochon pattern on a finely stippled ground and a plain cartouche to the front, height approx. 30cm, weight approx. 24.68ozt £500-£800

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


263. A late Victorian silver swing handled sugar basket Sheffield, 1896, probably Walker & Hall, of shaped oval form raised on a conforming foot, decorated with an engraved band of leaves, height approx. 9cm, weight approx. 9.25ozt £100-£200 264. A Victorian silver sugar bowl and an Edwardian silver bowl first London, 1876 by Robert Harper, of shallow circular form with foliate embossed decoration and a petal edged rim with punched decoration, on three green man mask scroll feet, second London, 1905 by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., of circular compressed half fluted design, with beaded rim and engraved with acanthus leaf border, on a circular foot, interior gilt, (2), First diameter 11.9cm, weight approx. 8.87ozt £100-£150 265. A George V silver dish London, 1930 by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., of circular plain form with flared petal shaped rim, on four scroll feet engraved with a presentation inscription, diameter 25.2cm, weight approx. 19.98ozt £200-£300

266. A Victorian silver mounted engraved claret jug the mount London, 1871, makers mark for Elkington & Co., the mount with an angular handle surmounted by an acanthus leaf, hinged lid topped with finial, a punched decorative motif, the glass of tapered form etched with stylised floral decoration, height approx. 26cm £200-£250 267. A George III silver cream jug and two other cream jugs in Georgian style first London, 1795 maker mark S?H. probably Solomon Hougham, of plain helmet form with reeded rim and loop handle, second, Chester, 1909 by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, of similar design, third, Birmingham, 1968 by Joseph Gloster Ltd., (3), first height 11.3cm, weight approx. 9.46ozt £100-£200 268. A Victorian silver caddy spoon Birmingham, 1869, with a shovel shaped bowl embossed with grapes and a fruiting vine scroll handle, length of spoon approx. 9cm, weight approx. 0.36ozt £70-£90

267 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 269. A set of six George V mother of pearl handled fruit knives and forks Sheffield, 1933 by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, in an Art Deco walnut fitted case, length of knives 17.5cm £80-£120

270. A pair of Edwardian silver Albany pattern fish servers London, 1905, makers marks for the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Ltd., pierced blade and tine with foliate engraving, (2), length approx. 31.5cm, weight approx. 8.7ozt £80-£120

271. A selection of George I and later silver flatware comprising a George III Old English pattern basting spoon, London, 1785 with incise duty mark, makers mark possibly George Smith III, a George I Hanoverian rat-tail pattern table spoon, London, 1722, makers mark for Edward Jennings, bearing initials GTE, and five silver sauce ladles including two fiddle pattern, London 1829, makers mark for William Bateman II and 1810, makers mark possibly William Ellerby, crested, three Old English pattern, London, 1794, makers mark ‘IB’, crested, 1809, makers mark for William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner, and 1807, makers mark indistinct, (7), Length of the basting spoon approx. 29.5cm, weight approx. 14.21ozt £150-£200 272. A pair of George III Irish silver Celtic point tablespoons Dublin, 1799 by John Power, crested with a rampant lion, (2), length 24.5cm, weight approx. 4.73ozt £70-£90


273. Two George III silver mote spoons and pair of scissor action sugar nips first lion passant only, maker mark Elizabeth Tookey c.1770, typical form the bowl pierced with scrolls, second lion passant only, makers mark indistinct, oval bowl pierced with scrolls and mullets, fancy back with flower and scroll heel, initialled I over I C, third lion passant and makers mark only, by Simeon Coley, engraved initials to bowls E W, (3), First length 14.5cm £100-£200

274. A set of six modern silver pistol grip handled stainless steel table and dessert knives London, 1977 by William Comyns and Sons, (12), length of table knives 25cm £150-£200

275. A matched set of six mostly William IV silver fiddle pattern table forks and four George III Old English pattern dessert forks four table forks London, 1837 by John James Whiting, initialled, other two matched, (10), length 20.4cm, weight approx. 19.27ozt £200-£250

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 278. Five George I/II Hanoverian pattern silver tablespoons first a Britannia standard silver Hanoverian rattail tablespoon, London, 1716 by Nathaniel Roe, second a pair of George II fancy shell back Hanoverian tablespoons, London, 1742 by Samuel Roby together with a fancy shell and scroll back tablespoon, marks indistinct, initialled B over S * E, and another tablespoon, London, 1741 by Richard Pargeter (5), first length 20.4cm, weight approx. 9.39ozt £150-£250 279. A pair of early Victorian Victoria pattern silver tablespoons and a pair of George IV fiddle pattern silver tablespoons first London, 1843 by William Eaton, second, London, 1823 by Robert Rutland, (4), first length 22.3cm, weight aprrox. 10.26ozt £100-£200

276. A matched George III and later silver fiddle pattern six setting canteen of flatware various makers, dates, comprising six table forks, London, 1834 by William Eaton, six dessert forks, six tablespoons and six dessert spoons, later initialled J (24), length of tablespoons 22.3cm, weight approx. 39.56ozt £500-£600

280. A matched set of six early George II/III Hanoverian pattern dessert spoons three, lion passant only, makers mark T*G, three London, 1762, maker mark I.I, crested with a centaur drawing a bow, (6), length 16cm, weight approx. 5.42ozt £100-£200 281. A William IV silver fiddle pattern sauce ladle and a selection of George III and later teaspoons etc first London, 1836 by Mary Chawner, crested, together with a matched set of six fiddle pattern teaspoons, a bead pattern condiment ladle, a fancy back teaspoon, etc., (qty), first length 18cm, weight approx £80-£120 282. An assorted collection of 19th century and later silver spoons and sugar tongs to include continental silver comprising a Norwegian .830 spoon by David Andersen, the bowl inscribed Anne Hin Dricks D, a white metal Dutch tea strainer embossed with a windmill, a Norwegian caddy spoon, Norwegian marks but also bearing Chester import marks dated 1909, having leaf shaped bowl, the loop handle set with a cabochon cast in relief with the profile portrait of a classical man, a German .800 neo-classical design cast serving slice, having figural handle the spade shape slice pierced a cast in relief with a horse drawn chariot, a German .800 napkin ring foliate engraved and bearing initials, together with a Victorian apostle end sifter spoon, London, 1858 by Francis Higgins II, various coffee spoons some with figural terminals, three pairs of sugar tongs, etc., (qty), first length 16.5cm, total weight approx. 16.27ozt £150-£200

277. A matched George IV/William IV and Victorian a fiddle pattern part canteen of flatware various dates and makers, comprising nineteen tablespoons of which twelve, London, 1824, by Charles Boyton, ten dinner forks, of which six London, 1828 by Richard Britton, eleven dessert spoons, five dessert forks, seven teaspoons and a pair of fiddle and thread pattern sauce ladles, initialled D, (54), length of tablespoons 22.5cmx weight approx. 102.24ozt £1000-£1500

283. A cased set of six Art Deco silver coffee spoons with tongs, a silver three piece cruet set and a selection of cased sets first, Sheffield, 1938 by Cooper Brothers & Son, second Chester, 1938 by Walker & Hall, of oblong bellied form, with wavy edged rim and blue glass liners, a Victorian cased five piece set of plated serving utensils, comprising silver handled serving knife and fork, grape shears and two pairs of nutcrackers, a cased set of six mother of pearl caviar spoons, a set of ivorine handled plated fruit knives and forks etc., (qty), weighable silver approx. 6ozt £100-£200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 288. An early Victorian silver stilton scoop Sheffield, 1847 by Aaron Hadfield, carved mother of pearl handled, crested, length 21.7cm £80-£120

284. A collection of George III, Victorian and later silver flatware various dates, makers marks, to include assorted mostly George III teaspoons, three Victorian fiddle pattern dessert spoons and two forks etc., mostly initialled, (qty), weight approx. 18.89ozt £200-£400 289. A Georg Jensen pattern no 21 silver sugar spoon, a George III Old English pattern sauce ladle and. other spoons first, marked 21 Georg Jensen, Sterling Denmark, with planished bowl and leaf and berry terminal, second marks rubbed, crested, together with an .800 coin spoon etc, (7), length 13.5cm, weight approx. 3.87ozt £80-£120

285. Three pairs of George III silver Old English pattern and two others first London, 1770, Thomas & William Chawner, initialled, second, London, 1804 by Stephen Adams I, initialled, third, London, 1807, by William Eley & William Fearn, initialled, and two others, (8), first length 21.5cm, weight approx. 15.45ozt £200-£250 286. Three Scottish George III silver fiddle pattern teaspoons and five early Victorian silver teaspoons first Edinburgh, 1812 by Alexander Edmonstoun, applied oval cartouches, initialled C.M., second Edinburgh, 1851 by William Marshall & Son, initialled, (8), first length 13.2cm, weight approx. 4.13ozt £70-£90 287. Two early Victorian silver fiddle pattern dinner forks and four matching dessert forks first London, 1850/51 by Charles Boyton II, the dessert forks, London, 1840, makers mark rubbed, crested, (6), first length 20.4cm, weight approx. 11.16ozt £100-£150


290. A pair of George III Irish fiddle pattern sauce ladles Dublin, 1809 by Thomas Townsend, retailed Law, crested with a Bishops mitre, (2), length 17.5cm, weight approx. 3.15ozt Claudius Crigan Bishop of Sodor and Man 1784-1813 and thence by descent. £100-£200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 291. An Edwardian novelty silver hedgehog pin cushion Birmingham, 1906, makers mark for Adie & Lovekin Ltd, with applied red glass eye, length approx. 4.5cm, weight approx. 0.28ozt £150-£200

292. A late 19th century American silver mounted antler corkscrew mounts of pierced and hammered design, one taking the form of a bulls head, one stamped ‘Theodore B Starr, New York’, length approx. 20cm £250-£350


295. A William IV silver pounce pot London, 1834, makers mark for William Bateman II, of lobed form on a shaped foot, surmounted by a finial, height approx. 8cm, weight approx. 2.29ozt £70-£90


292 (detail)

293. An early Victorian silver card case unmarked, of waisted rectangular form with hinged cover, engraved with an intricate scrolling foliate design incorporating birds and a stag chased by hounds, scroll shaped reserve to front bearing initials ‘LM’, length approx. 8.8cm, weight approx. 3.44ozt £100-£150

294. A late Victorian silver miniature three piece tea service Birmingham, 1895, makers mark ‘J.W’, comprising lidded tea pot, lidded twin handled sugar bowl and cream jug (3), height approx. 5cm, weight approx. 3.48ozt £80-£120

296. A late 19th century Tiffany & Co. sterling silver christening mug stamped to base ‘T’ with numbers 7999 & 8426, of cylindrical form with reeded rim and a band of heavily chased acanthus leaves and a scrolling handle, height approx. 8cm, weight approx. 5.91ozt £100-£200

297. A Scottish Victorian silver christening mug Glasgow, 1876, possibly by James Reid & Co., of cylindrical form on a circular foot, with scrolling handle and decorated with bands of stylised flowers, a central medallion engraved ‘John Robertson’, height approx. 9cm, weight approx. 5.09ozt £100-£200 297

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



298. A George II Scottish silver mug Edinburgh, 1754, makers mark BC with mark for assay master Hugh Gordon, of slight baluster form on spreading circular foot, decorated with later embossed c-scrolls and floral sprays, engraved with initials and date ‘1855’, height approx. 8cm, weight approx. 5.34ozt £100-£200

301. An Edwardian silver combination vesta double sovereign and stamp case and two silver sovereign cases the first no town mark, date letter ‘m’ and no makers marks, of plain form with two compartments, one containing two sovereign holders and a sprung clip engraved ‘stamps’, both with gilt interiors, second Birmingham, 1908, makers mark for William Neale engraved with foliate decoration and a plain medallion, third Birmingham, 1899, makers mark for Joseph Gloster, of plain form, (3), the first length approx. 6.5cm, weight approx. 3.33ozt £100-£150 302. A group of eight Edwardian and later silver vesta cases all marked for Birmingham, various dates and makers including 1902, mark for William Hair Haseler (struck twice), 1911, mark for Joseph Gloster Ltd, 1906, makers mark ‘R.R’, etc., all engraved with foliate designs, some with initials, (8), weight approx. 4.82ozt £150-£250

299. A George II silver small porringer/two handled cup London, 1750 by Richard Gurney & Thomas Cook, of bell shape with rope girdle above part spiral fluted decoration, height 5cmhandle to handle 10cm, weight approx. 1.35ozt £70-£90

300. An Edwardian novelty silver pepper pot in the form of a cafe au lait pot, an urn shape pepper pot and a silver mounted glass oil and vinegar bottle the first Chester, 1895, makers mark for Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings Shepherd, second London, 1897, makers mark for Horace Woodward & Co., third London, 1928, makers mark for the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company Ltd., (3), height of the oil and vinegar bottle approx. 11.5cm, weight of silver approx. 2.05ozt £80-£120


303. Four Edwardian silver vesta cases and a matchbook case first, Birmingham, 1903, makers mark partially struck ? .S, of plain circular form, initialled J, stamped RD No 406716., second Chester, 1900, of rectangular form with linear engine turned decoration, bearing a circular reserve, initialled together with two curved plain examples and a plain matchbook case, (5), first diameter 4.5cm, weight approx. 5.22ozt £100-£200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 308. A collection of silver items to include an Edwardian silver trinket box, marked Birmingham, 1910, makers mark rubbed, of serpentine fronted form on four out-swept feet, a cased silver handled shoe horn and button hook with leopard head terminal, marks rubbed, and an associated silver handled manicure tool marked Birmingham, a silver photograph frame, marked Birmingham, 1899, of circular form with c-scroll decoration and various cut glass silver mounted scent bottles and atomisers, (9), diameter of photograph frame approx. 12.5cm £80-£120

304. Three twentieth century silver cigarette cases the first, probably Birmingham, 1939, makers mark for Harman Brothers, engine turned decoration with a sliding hinge, second Birmingham, 1918, makers mark for A & J Zimmerman, of plain curved form, engraved with initials ‘CHW’ and ‘Anita’ to front, third Birmingham, 1922, makers mark for Charles S Green & Co Ltd., of plain, rounded rectangular form, engraved to the front with three names, (3), first measures approx. 11.5 x 8.4cm, weight approx. 13.92ozt £100-£150 305. A late Victorian silver scent bottle London, 1893 by Sampson Mordan & Co., of cylinder form, embossed with birds, flowers and scrolls, hinged cover, gilt interior fitted with an inner stopper, initialled, height 7cm £100-£150

309. A collection of George II and later silver and plated items to include a George III silver caster, hallmarked London, 1773, makers mark for Thomas Daniell, of ogee form with wrythen finial, a pair of George III silver sugar nips, makers mark HP, probably Henry Plumpton, a George II silver salt, makers mark IH, a George IV silver toddy ladle, hallmarked for Glasgow, 1828, makers mark G.W., with baleen handle, a Victorian silver toddy ladle, Sheffield, 1858, makers mark for Roberts & Slater, with solid spiral handle, two George III salt spoons, London, marked for 1802 and 1803 respectively, both marked for William Eley & William Fearn, one crested one initialled, a George IV silver salt spoon, London, 1823, makers mark William Chawner II, crested, a Victorian silver salt spoon, London, 1879, makers mark for Chawner & Co., and George III silver sifter spoon, London, 1786, makers mark for George Smith & William Smith, and a Old Sheffield plate taper chamber stick, (11), weight approx. 9.40ozt £100-£200

305 306. A Victorian silver taper chamber stick, an Austrian .800 beaker, a Continental bud vase and a silver bowl the first Sheffield, 1842, makers mark for Henry Wilkinson & Co., in the Rococo style with a flared nozzle, c-scroll handle and conical snuffer, the second probably Vienna, late 19th or early twentieth century, stamped ‘V. Mayer’s Söhne’ and ‘800’, of slightly tapering form with spiral wrythen decoration and a foliate cartouche to the front, engraved with crowned initials, third, unmarked, of bottle form with twin scrolling handles and c-scroll and tendril decoration, fourth, London, 1884, makers mark for George Gillet, with spiral wrythen decoration below a plain band on a circular foot, (4), height of the beaker approx. 8.5cm, weight approx. 11.03ozt £100-£200 307. A Victorian silver milk jug, a twin handled trophy cup and a sugar bowl the first London, 1842, makers mark for John James Keith, with s-scroll handle and raised on three out-swept foliate feet, second Birmingham, 1930, makers mark for Adie Brothers Ltd, cup of panelled form with a shaped and pierced rim, mounted on to a black plastic base, third Birmingham, 1893, makers mark for Nathan & Hayes, of baluster form with wrythen decoration below a floral band, (3), height of trophy approx 15cm, silver weight approx. 13.5ozt £150-£200

310. Two Continental novelty silver figural pepper pots first Hanau, stamped .930, mark of Ferdinand C. Henzler, Chester import marks, 1923 by William Ehrhardt, in the form of Dutch girl, the other unmarked, probably Dutch, in the form of a boy in traditional dress, on a circular base, inscribed Volendam, (2), first height 9.6cm, weight approx .4.4ozt £100-£200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 311. A late 19th century German Hanau silver tobacco box and small cast pin dish first pseudo Hanau marks possibly Neresheimer, and bearing London import marks for 1898 by John George Smith, of compressed circular design, the hinged cover embossed with an historical scene with figures on horseback and a hunting dog, interior gilt, second, London import marks, 1927 by Adolph Barsach Davis, of twin handled lozenge shaped from, cast in relief with figures and a horse and cart, (2), First height 5.3cm, diameter 8.7cm, weight approx. 5.98ozt £80-£120 312. A selection of silver coffee spoons and other items comprising five Japanese coffee spoons, stamped Musashiya, with figural terminals and flower and leaf bowls, a Victorian Apostle top sifter spoon, London, 1876, a foliate engraved square sovereign case, a late Victorian Kings pattern silvered handled steel carving knife, a silver handled pistol grip handled cake knife, a golfing prize spoon, various teaspoons etc. and a plated napkin clip chain suspended with miniature champagne buckets, (qty), weighable silver approx. 6.02ozt £70-£90

316. A George V cased four piece silver backed dressing table set and a pair of engine turned silver backed oval clothes brushes first Birmingham, 1929 by Daniel Manufacturing Co, comprising hand mirror, hair brush and a pair of clothes brushes, engine turned linear decoration, both, initialled, (2), length of mirror 27.6cm £70-£90 317. A modern set of eight Worshipful Company of Distillers silver decanter labels London. 1988 by CNAR, in the form of the Company’s coat of arms, ‘Brandy’, ‘Rum’, ‘Gin’, ‘Whisky’, ‘Vodka’, ‘Armagnac’, ‘Malt Whisky’ and Calvados’, on chain, fitted case, height 5.6cm, 9.11cm £250-£350 318. A George V silver tea caddy and two silver caddy spoons first Birmingham, 1924 by John Collard Vickery, of plain oval form, the hinged domed lid with urn finial, second, Sheffield, 1910 by Robert Pringle, having shell embossed bowl, third Sheffield, 1993 by Francis Howard Ltd, with shell bowl, (3), first height 10.4cm, weight approx. 4.76ozt £100-£200 319. A Victorian electroplated three piece tea service and three silver items first by Martin Hall & Co., of vase form engraved in the Aesthetic taste with a river scene with fish, birds and butterflies, together with an Edwardian silver sifter spoon with foliate pierced decoration, London, 1907 by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, a pierced and embossed scent bottle sleeve and a plain napkin ring, initialled (6), silver weight approx. 3.5ozt £50-£80

313. A set of American sterling silver sundae dishes with cut glass liners marked Sterling, HGSCo, cement filled, typical plain design on filled bases, accompanied by a plated set of six sundae spoons, (12), height 8.7cm, diameter 9.2cmtotal weight of silver bases approx. 16.11ozt £140-£180 314. An Austrian .935 silver single cigar case and a silver topped cut glass scent bottle first, Vienna by Alexander Sturm, of plain torpedo design, interior gilt, initialled together with a single plated example, the scent bottle, Birmingham, 1911 by Levi & Salaman, of spherical form having plain silver mount with hinged mushroom cap, (3), first length 16.2, weight approx. 2.77ozt £80-£120 315. A small collection of silver and plated items silver items comprising a pair of filled two light candelabra, (one a/f), a cased set of six silver handled fish knives and forks with servers, an egg cup and spoon, a case set of Austrian .800 silver handled serving utensils, an Italian .800 christening knife fork and spoon set etc.,together with an electroplated cocktail shaker, a cafe au lait pot with cane handle, a Secessionist style plannished crumb tray and scoop, (qty), First height 18.5cm, weighable silver approx. 3.52ozt £100-£150


320. A pair of .800 silver figures of elephants stamped 800, walking wearing saddlecloths with foliate engraved decoration, (2), length 8.2cm, height 4.2cm, weight 7.92ozt £100-£150 321. A George VI large silver engine turned cigarette case and other items first, Birmingham, 1947 by Smith Bartlam, engraved John, gilt interior engraved Mother 1949 together with a pair of sugar sugars, a souvenir Derwent Water coffee spoon with crested terminal, a cheroot holder case on chain, a Kings pattern filled silver handled pickle fork, four mother of pearl caviar spoons, etc., (qty), first length 15.9cm, total weight approx. 9.72ozt £100-£150 322. A George III silver papboat London, 1806, makers mark rubbed, of typical design with reeded rim, length 11.7cm, weight2.42ozt approx £100-£150

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 329. A late Victorian silver backed four piece dressing table set and a silver shoe horn Chester, 1896 by William Neale, comprising a pair of hairbrushes and a pair of clothes brushes, embossed with birds, squirrels and dense foliate scrolls bearing central reserve engraved with initials, (5), length of hair bushes 23.5cm, weighable silver approx. 1.77ozt £70-£90

323. A set of four Edwardian silver novelty quaich salts London, 1910 by Mappin & Webb, of plain typical design, (4), handle to handle 8.3cm, weight approx. 5.53ozt £80-£120 324. A collection of Victorian and later silver various dates, makers, to include a silver St Thomas apostle spoon, Birmingham 1891 by Hukin & Heath, a Worshipful Company of Fruiterers spoon, a pair of knife rests, a pair of hobnail cut glass salts with silver rims with spoons in a fitted case, a set of six coffee spoons and tongs and set of six coffee spoon with bean terminals in fitted cases, another set of six coffee spoons, a cased napkin ring, initialled, two butter knives, spoons, a pair of plated grape shears, etc., (qty), first length 16.8cm, weight approx. 18.8ozt £200-£300 325. An Edwardian silver pot pourri pot, a silver and blue guilloche enamel ashtray and an engine turned silver compact first London, 1904 by William Comyns, of circular bellied form, the domed lift off pierced cover embossed with winged cherub masks to cover, gilt interior, second Birmingham, 1926 by Henry Matthews, third Birmingham, 1939, makers mark partial, gilt interior engraved Billie Nov 20th 1939, (3), first diameter 7.2cm, weight approx. 6.34ozt £100-£150 326. A George V silver backed five piece dressing table set, and other silver first Birmingham, 1924 by Henry Charles Freeman, comprising hand mirror, hair brush, pair of clothes brushes and a comb, linear engine turned decoration, initialled, together with a pair of trumpet shaped spill vases with pierced rims and weighted bases, one a/f, a pair of pepper pots and a leather clad silver plated hip flask, (qty), length of hand mirror 26.5cmweighable silver approx. 0.9ozt £80-£120 327. Five silver presentation ashtrays of which one is octagonal, London 1936 by H Philips, the others circular, together with an engine turned jar lid, (6), first diameter 8.4cm, weight approx. 10.72ozt £100-£150 328. A late Victorian silver vesta case London, 1895 by Sampson Mordan & Co., of plain round form with hinged cover, interior gilt, diameter 4.7cm, weight approx. 1.22ozt £100-£150

330. A late Victorian silver trinket pot, and Edwardian silver mounted velvet pincushion, a pin tray and other silver items first Chester, 1898 by William Neale, of shaped oblong belied form, all over embossed with foliate scrolls, the hinged lid with gadrooned border, initialled, interior gilt, second, Birmingham, 1906 by Horton & Allday, circular, the silver mounted loned sides embossed with ribbon tied husk garlands together with a rectangular embossed pin tray, Birmingham, 1894 by A & J Zimmernan Ltd, a circular embossed pin dish, a silver topped glass jar and a large silver handled button hook embossed with green mask, birds and foliate scrolling decoration, (6), first length 13.7cm, weighable silver approx. 8.44ozt £180-£220

331. A William IV silver and mother of pearl folding pocket knife, a Victorian caddy spoon, a buttonhole posy holder, a cigarette case and other items first Sheffield, 1836, by Nathaniel Creswick & Co., second London, 1887 by Charles Boyton (II), with scalloped bowl and foliate engraved handle, third Birmingham, 1980 by Henry Matthews, stamped patent, a plain cigarette case initialled J.S.M. and dated 1916, a modern novelty plated bottle stopper in the form of rhinos head, (6), weighable silver approx. 2.48ozt £70-£90 332. Liberty & Co., A Cymric silver and enamel Edward VII Coronation spoon designed by Archibald Knox Birmingham, 1902 by Liberty & Co, also stamped Cymric Rd391477, cast with pierced interlaced Celtic knot to stem, the shovel shaped bowl cast with blue and green enamelled Celtic knot and Anno. Coron.ERVII, length 16.1cm £500-£700

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .




337. An Edwardian silver travelling shaving brush, a Victorian silver propelling pencil and other items first Birmingham, 1904 by Levi & Salaman, second unmarked, hexagonal with foliate engraved decoration, sliding action and bloodstone set terminal, together with a pen wipe, a pair of white metal sugar tongs with claw ends, unmarked, and a miniature penknife, (5), first length 14.2cm £80-£120


338. Three silver vesta cases, a silver matchbook case and a novelty miniature match holder comprising an foliate engraved vesta with pivot action lid, Birmingham, 1898 by Robert Pringle, an Indian Kutch vesta chased with scrolling foliate decoration, unmarked, a bright cut oblong vesta with suspension ring, an engine turned matchbook case and a miniature advertising enamelled metal matchbox for Jo Kerr & Co.’s Safety Matches with the slogan ‘I Supply the MATCHES you stand the Cigar’ on a circular silver base, Chester 1905, by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings, (5), weight approx. 4.2ozt £100-£150




333. A Scottish silver mounted Sgian Dubh Edinburgh, 1953 by Thomas Kerr Ebbutt, having 3/14 inch steel blade, stamped George Ibberson & Co., horn grip handle carved with knot work, the pommel set with a foil back oval facet cut cairngorm, the black leather scabbard with Celtic style silver mounts, length 19.7cm £100-£150 334. A novelty silver corkscrew in the form of a trout Birmingham, 1957, makers mark J. B. Chatterley & Sons, the body modelled in the form of a fish, with chromed corkscrew, length 11cm £70-£90 335. A late Victorian silver and glass hipflask London, 1896 by Drew & Sons, facet cut clear glass body mounted with a bayonet fitting hinged mushroom cap, detachable cup with gilt interior, engraved with initials, height 25.8cm £100-£150 336. A George V novelty silver inkwell in the form a bell Birmingham, 1911 by A & J Zimmerman Ltd, of plain design with hinged cover, interior gilt and fitted with a clear glass liner, stamped Rd 538848, weighted base, height 10.5cmtotal weight with liner removed 9.93ozt £100-£150


339. Six Victorian and later silver matchbox holders first Birmingham, 1901 by Levi and Salaman, rectangular with open sides embossed with five cherub masks and clouds, second Birmingham, 1898 by William Harrison Walter, embossed on ball feet, two other later engine turned examples both initialled and two others, (6), first length 7.4cm, weight approx. 3.65ozt £100-£150 340. A pair of modern silver bottle coasters and other silver first London, 1982 by M C Hersey & Son Lt, of plain design with feature hallmarks and turned wood bases, together with a pierced petal shaped bonbon dish, a cased set of six Pembury pattern tea knives retailed by Waring & Gillow, four assorted napkin rings, a hairbrush, a pair of sugar tongs, assorted coffee spoons, a pusher etc., (qty), weighable silver approx 8.38ozt £100-£150 341. A collection of 19th century and later silver comprising a William IV childs knife kings pattern knife and fork, Birmingham, 1832 by George Unite together with a George ‘Brandy’ decanter label, London, 1920 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., a three piece cruet set London, 1919 by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., initialled rectangular form with pierced borders, associated condiment spoons, a small pierced drum mustard pot with gadrooned rims fitted with a blue glass liner, a late Victorian orange peeler, an American silver handled bread fork, two mother of pearl and white metal caviar spoons, etc., (qty), weighable silver approx. 7.59ozt £100-£150

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 344. A pair Chinese export silver vases c.1900 unmarked, of tapering pierced form with twin mask ring handles, decorated with a landscape figure on horseback and other figures amongst bamboo, pine trees and buildings, ebonised circular plinth bases, (2), height 14.5cm £100-£200 345. A pair of Chinese export silver vases c.1910 unmarked, cylinder pierced form decorated with a dragon, a mythical beast and clouds, on stems and dome feet in the form of a coiled dragon blowing a jet, ebonised circular foot, (2), height 17.8cm £80-£120

342. An early 20th century Indian Colonial silver twin handled bowl and cover unmarked, circular form with twin horned cow mask ring handles and fitted with a pull off domed cover with an elephant finial, foliate and acanthus leaf chased decoration, raised on a circular foot, height 24.5cm, weight approx. 46.21ozt £500-£700

346. An Indian three piece silver tea service and a tray stamped St Silver, comprising teapot with ebony scroll handle and finial, twin handle sugar basin and a milk of oval bellied gadrooned design with beaded rims, the matching tray with shaped oval outline, (4), tray length 38cmtotal weight approx. 73.41ozt £800-£1000

343. An early 20th century Indian Colonial silver bonbon dish and a pair of sugar tongs both unmarked, first having a plain shallow bowl borne by a walking elephant, on. circular base on wheels, the tongs with snake arms and figural terminals, (2), first height 7.8cm, weight approx. 7.58ozt £100-£150

347. An Indian silver ice cream set in a fitted case stamped silver, comprising a serving bowl and six smaller bowls chased with a foliate band and with beaded rims, and a set of six spoons, in a fitted blue velvet case, serving bowl diameter 17.7cm, weight approx. 26.3ozt £300-£350

344 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 351. An early 20th century Indian colonial silver teapot stamped sterling silver, of circular bellied form with foliate scrolling repousse decoration, having hinged domed cover with ebony finial and scroll handled, presentation inscription to underside ‘To Mr R P Piercy in Appreciation of Services Rendered from Coates of India Limited’, handle to spout 25cm, total weight approx. 15.9ozt £100-£200


352. A Chinese export silver trinket box stamped 90, WH for Wang Hing, Chinese character mark, square, the lift off cover decorated in raised relief with irises, the sides with bamboo, interior gilt, height 3.2cm, weight approx. 1.84ozt £80-£120

351 348. An early 20th century Chinese export silver five piece dressing table set marked Luen Wo, Shanghai c.1920, comprising hand mirror, shoe horn, powder pot, hair brush and clothes brush, finely stippled decoration with a central reserve engraved ‘Win’, contained in a Chinese black textured box embossed with gilt pine branch(5), hand mirror length 25.3cm £200-£300 349. An early 20th century Chinese export silver matchbox cover and a pin dish c.1920 first, marked for Luen Wo, Shanghai, of rectangular form with finely stippled decoration, inset with a Yuan Shih-Kai coin, second, marked fro Hung Chong, circular with finely stippled decoration, initialled A, (2), first length 6cm, 2.74ozt Second diameter 7.7cm £100-£200 350. An early 20th century Chinese export silver three piece tea service marked for Kwan Wo, Canton or Hong Kong c.1900, comprising teapot, twin handled sugar basin and cover and milk jug, of compressed melon form, decorated in raised relief with waterfowl, flowering prunus branches, chrysanthemums and flowers, on a circular foot, teapot with bamboo spout and loop handle modelled as bamboo with ivory insulators, hinged domed cover with sprig finial, (3), teapot handle to spout 25.5cm, weight approx. 29.92ozt £1000-£1500


353. A set of eight Chinese export silver coffee spoons with figural terminals and a matching sugar spoon c.1900 and other silver first marked CW for Cumw, with bamboo stems, the bowls initialled P., together with a pair of planished sugar tongs, stamped Luen Wo., five matched pastry forks stamped Hung Chong & Co. with bamboo stems, two pickle forks with twisted stems and character terminals, etc., (qty), approx. 7.62ozt £100-£200 354. A collection of Victorian and later electroplated items comprising a French Christofle leaf shaped crumb tray and brush, a pair of bottle coasters with gadrooned rims,a rollover breakfast dish with presentation inscription, an EPNS mounted Wedgwood yellow dip jasperware biscuit barrel sprigged in black jasper with grapevines draped from lion masks, (lacking cover), a novelty thistle table cruet, pair of bucket form salts and three entree dish handles, (qty), various £80-£120 355. A 19th century brown glass spirit decanter with silver plated mount of flagon form with ring handle, the mount with domed hinged cover with shell thumbpiece and foliate engraved decoration, height 24cm £40-£60

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .




356. A Rolex stainless steel ‘Pepsi’ automatic calendar bracelet wristwatch with dual time zone model GMT Master ‘Pepsi’, Ref: 1675, purchased April 1970, matt dial, calendar aperture, red 24 hour hand, revolving duo coloured bezel, bracelet ref 78360, No 2041537 1015/6636, together with original receipt from 1970, service history and original Rolex guarantee and original bracelet, case diameter 39mm approx £8000-£10000 357. A Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King precision blue dial bracelet wristwatch Ref 14000, the blued dial with luminous filled baton numerals and Arabic quarters, stainless steel bracelet numbered 78350 19, with Rolex box and outer card box, case diameter approx 34mm £2000-£3000


358. A Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King Precision stainless steel wristwatch Ref 5500, silvered dial, baton numerals, luminous tipped hands, stainless steel No 574 bracelet, deployment buckle, cedar lined box with pouch, diameter of dial approx 34mm £1200-£1500 359. A enamelled watch case reverse converted to brooch the chased case with dark red enamel flower decoration and gold floral spray to centre with Swiss control marks for 18K to the reverse, together with two watch heads one of Art Deco shape marked 375, the other of circular (3), weight of watch case brooch 8.4g £180-£220

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .






360. An 18ct gold Victorian open faced pocket watch the enamel dial signed Talbot & Son London, with Roman numerals, with engine turned decoration to the rim and chased decoration to the reverse, the movement signed Talbot & Son no 90446, in fitted case, diameter approximately 3.6cm £250-£350 361. A collection of mostly silver cased pocket and other watches for repair and watch parts to include two goliaths, ladies fob watches, wristwatches, etc., (qty), various £80-£120 362. A full hunter keyless wound pocket watch by Elgin the outer case with ornate engraved and stamped ‘14 US assay’, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals signed Elgin, subsidiary second dial, cuvette, 7 jewels movement, numbered ‘1673, diameter 3.5cms, 29.8g £200-£300

364. An 18K ladies Omega bracelet wristwatch the oval dial with baton numerals and textured bark effect bracelet, stamped on the clasp 750, total weight 31g £600-£700 365. A 9K white gold ladies Omega bracelet wristwatch the blued oval dial with baton numerals and textured bracelet, total weight 31g £300-£400


366. Two cultured pearl necklaces and a pair of cultured pearl ear studs the first single row with uniform cultured pearls measuring 7mm in diameter to the diamond-set tablet clasp, length 46cm; the second of graduated slightly Baroque cultured pearls, length 51cms; the single cultured pearl earrings with 9ct gold screw fittings (3), combined gross weight 49.0g £80-£120

363. A ladies 9ct gold Betina wristwatch the round dial with baton numerals, marked on the clasp, total weight 15g £80-£120


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


367. A Regency-style amethyst and gold cannetille girandole pendant the adorned cannetille ‘C’ scrolls suspending three pearshaped amethyst drops, oval amethyst and gold ropetwist later surround, to the associated fine curb link chain necklace, pendant length 5.4cm, gross weight 8.5g £300-£400

368. An Edwardian amethyst and half pearl pendant the articulated openwork shield and wreath suspended from a compressed oval spray, set throughout in yellow gold with half pearls and four amethyst collets, stamped 9ct in two places, to the later hallmarked 9ct yellow gold flattened curb link back chain, necklace length 51.5cm, pendant length 5.4cm £200-£300

369. An Edwardian peridot, seed pearl and yellow gold fringe necklace the front section comprising five graduated peridot collets each separated by a seed pearl floral cluster and suspending three ovoid peridot collets and half pearl chevrons, to the trace link back chain and bolt ring clasp, contemporary leather and gilt tooled fitted case, length 41cm, 20.0g £800-£1200

370. An Art Nouveau opal, pearl and festoon necklace the central openwork plaque applied with oak leaves, to trace link chains with circular opal cabochons at intervals, length 49cm; together with a gilt hinged bangle, the top section set with red and pink circular-cut stones, inner diameter 5.5cm, contemporary fitted case (2) £80-£120

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 371. A Continental Art Deco Egyptian revival enamel necklace of winged scarab design with Pharaoh and amphora drops, stamped .800 a.f, drop approx. 5cm £60-£80

372. A matching fancy link necklace and bracelet marked on the clasps 750 both with push clasp fastening (2), length of necklace 42.5cm, total weight approximate 35g £700-£900

373. A Continental diamond set Star, Moon and Heart gold necklace the woven, articulated necklace of two colour 18ct gold, set within a central diamond framed heart and with pave diamond set crescent moon and star to either side, stamped .750 for 18ct gold to reverse of invisible fastening, circa 1990, in fitted Royal blue KaDeWe box, approx. 60g approx. 42.5 in length £1200-£1800


374. An amethyst pendant and a chain necklace the circular mixed-cut amethyst claw-set pendant, suspended from a faceted curb link chain necklace stamped ‘18K’, the clasp stamped ‘9K’, pendant 7.2g; necklace 13.5g £400-£500 375. A gem-set long chain necklace the flattened curb links collet-set at intervals with semiprecious gem stones including garnet, amethyst, peridot, aquamarine and citrine, the clasp stamped ‘375’, length 76cm, gross weight 20.6g £250-£300

376. An Edwardian opal and yellow gold pendant on chain the oval opal claw-set drop suspended from an articulated openwork section and oval opal surmount, the trace link chain with an applied plaque stamped ‘9c’, main opal 1.7cmx 1.3cm, gross weight 4.0g £150-£250

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


377. A gold ‘Vizantija’ diamond set necklace by Cartier the fine chain signed Cartier 750 with detachable Latin cross pendant signed on the reverse Cartier, numbered 2332 and marked 750, each of the cardinal points with square step-cut diamonds the central with stepped cut diamond surrounded by pear shaped diamonds, mounted in 18ct yellow gold, in tooled red leather case, length of cross pendant 3cm, length of chain 21cm £900-£1000 378. Three 9ct gold bracelets together with a 9ct white gold watch bracelet including a 9ct gold contemporary figaro link bracelet (4), total weight approx. 27g £250-£300

381. A 9ct gold curb hollow link bracelet with alternating sections of chased links, heart shaped padlock marked 9ct, with safety chain, weight approx 23g £200-£300

382. An Edwardian peridot and 15ct yellow gold bracelet the seven oval peridots each collet-set to the double torpedo links, the concealed clasp engraved ‘15ct’, with safety chain, contemporary associated fitted case, length 20.5, gross weight 10.3g £150-£250

379. A flexible link mesh bracelet of alternating linear and arched link oblique sections, the clasp engraved ‘15ct’, safety chain, length 21cm, 21.0g £400-£500 380. A 9ct gold stylised gate bracelet marked on the clasp .375, with alternating four and three gate with safety chain, weight approximately 16.5g £180-£220

383. A mid Victorian garnet and yellow gold ‘snake’ bracelet the scrolling-engraved head collet-set with two garnet cabochons, with open jaws and a pair of garnet cabochon eyes, the articulated tapering body composed of pierced star links, later safety chain, length circa 19cms, gross weight 21.7g £1000-£1500

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 384. A cultured pearl and flexible link bracelet the six freshwater cultured pearls (untested) each within a wire work basket and separated by chain connectors, lenght 19cms, weight 4.5g £60-£80

385. A continental textured arch link bracelet marked 750, with safety chain and push lock fastening, weight 22g £400-£600

388. A sapphire and diamond-set line bracelet each of the oval mixed-cut sapphires separated by a pair of brilliant-cut diamonds, length 18cm, 11.6g £400-£600

389. A yellow gold and opal fancy link bracelet and padlock clasp each of the hollow entwined knots centrally-set with an oval opal cabochon collet (two deficient), the end ring stamped ‘ 9C’, the padlock clasp stamped ‘9ct’, length 20cm, weight 16.3g £200-£250

386. A continental 1950s 18ct yellow gold bracelet the geometric faceted links to the concealed clasp stamped ‘750’ and ‘BREVET’, length 20cm, 39.0g £800-£1200

387. An emerald and diamond-set line bracelet the middle section set with oval mixed-cut emeralds, each separated by an ‘S’ scroll set with three brilliantcut diamonds, to the arch link end sections, the clasp stamped ‘14K’, length 18cm, 10.7g £1000-£1500


390. A 9ct gold bracelet with sovereigns and charms each link stamped 375, with five sovereign (four mounted) and George III 1792 spade, with 9ct heart charm, moon and owl charm, and heart locket, total weight 74.2g £1800-£2200 391. A 9ct gold charm bracelet with a number of 9ct gold charms including a heart locket, cigarette box, cat, Alsatian dog, monkeys etc., with safety chain, total weight 103g (some charms not gold) £800-£1200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


392. An impressive Chinese filigree and green hardstone flexible hinged bangle the large central green tumbled hardstone to the ornate tapering filigree three section bangle including stylised monkey masks and clouds, inner diameter 5.2cm, 94.4g £300-£500 393. A Victorian 9ct gold Etruscan style ruby and diamond set bangle the hinged bangle of open engraved twist design with threadwork detail and having central gem set panels marked for 9ct to either side of push clasp fastening, approx. 14.42g £150-£250

394. A late 19th century 15ct yellow gold hollow hinged bangle the central horseshoe held to either side by two rope twist bands conjoined at interval by spheres, stamped ‘15’, 17.5g, internal width 6cm £200-£300

395. A mid Victorian yellow gold and turquoise hinged bangle the top section applied with three graduated oval turquoise-set domes, an old-cut diamond set to the central example, inner diameter 5.5cm, width 1.6cm, 30.0g £500-£800

396. An attractive Victorian turquoise and seed pearl hinged bangle the bangle of stylised foliate scroll design with crescent detail, stamped 15ct, with safety chain, approx. 12.5g, approx. internal dimension 5.7 x 5cm £250-£350 397. A Victorian 9ct gold ruby and diamond hinged bangle hallmarked, the hollow bangle inset with diamonds and rubies flanked by raised sphere pattern, with safety chain (a/f), together with another Victorian hollow bangle with chased foliate design with safety chain (2), total weight approx 14g £150-£200 398. A Continental yellow gold watch chain marked on the T bar 15ct, the clasp marked 9ct, length 39cm, weight approx 14g £150-£200

399. A 9ct double Albert watchchain each individual link marked .375 and marked on the T bar .375, total weight 35g £350-£450

400. A 9ct fetter rose gold chain marked on the clasp 9ct, weight approx 40g £300-£350

401. A 9ct gold flat fetter and three link necklace stamped 375, length 40cm, weight approx 14g £150-£250 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



402. An attractive Georgian foil backed deep blue paste pendant drop necklace having large central detachable pear shaped drop, enclosed silver setting and with ribbon loops to either end, tests for silver gilt, drop approx. 3.6 x 1.8cm, necklace length approx. 22cm £200-£300

403. A Victorian yellow citrine and seed pearl ribbon heart bar brooch the central heart-shaped citrine within a split pearl ribbon topped mount and mounted on a double bar brooch fitted case, associated fitted box, 4.5 x 2.5cm approx., weight 5.6g, approx £100-£150 404. A Victorian micro mosaic scarab brooch and four other brooches including a Victorian diamond and turquoise four stone bar brooch, an Art Nouveau freshwater pearl and turquoise flower brooch, a three stone ruby and diamond bar brooch and an Edwardian garnet set brooch, all items test for gold (5), various £200-£300

405. A late Victorian Australian 15ct gold brooch of a cockatoo by Priora Bros. the bird perched upon a boomerang, marked for Priora Bros. of Sydney a.f, approx. 5.5 x 2.5cm, weight approx. 8.9g £150-£200


406. An early 20th century Continental diamond set scroll brooch of stylised foliate design, having three small mille grain set diamonds and rose diamond set leaves and mount, marked to reverse 750 ?? (altered), tests gold and silver, approx. 4 x 2.2cm, weight approx. 3.9g £100-£200

407. A Victorian Etruscan style brooch and four Georgian pieces comprising Victorian circular brooch with bead and thread decoration, front tests gold, a Georgian circular locket, tests gold, a Georgian vinaigrette, tests gold, a Georgian memorial hair locket brooch and a part Georgian buckle brooch (5), Target brooch 3.5 dia. approx £250-£350

408. An Art Deco diamond and sapphire-set brooch of openwork shaped rectangular design, centrallyset with an old brilliant-cut diamond collet estimated to spread 0.65ct, with three similarly-cut diamonds to either side, rose-cut diamonds to the cusped terminal, a line of calibré-cut sapphires above and below, length 6.5cm, weight 6.5g £600-£800

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .




410 409. An Art Deco style ruby and diamond brooch of geometric design, the central circular-cut ruby (untested but probably synthetic) to the square box collet surround, each set with an old brilliant-cut diamond, width 4.7cm, height 2.9cm, “ruby” measures 6.91mm x 4.18mm £400-£600 410. An Art Nouveau style 9ct gold opal set dragonfly brooch having vein engraved decoration to wings and set with a central circular cabochon opal, stamped 9ct to reverse, safety chain, approx. 5 x 4cm, weight approx. 6.5g £100-£200 411. An early 20th century Continental Egyptian revival scarab brooch having plique a jour enamel wings carved cabochon carnellian body holding peridots in front and back legs, traces of gilding, stamped .800 for silver to reverse, approx. 4.3 x 4.3cm £200-£300 412. A Regency classical sulphide set brooch depicting a kneeling classical Greek woman in robes, holding a laurel leaf and a lyre, brooch mount tests for gold, approx. 2.8 x 2.4cm £120-£180





413. Two 19th century paste-set, foil backed and gold mounted brooches the first of oval design with a central purple paste within the pinky-red paste surround, the second modelled as a butterfly in flight and set with multi coloured paste, (altered) (2), cluster approx. 3 x 2.7cm, butterfly approx. 5 x 3cm £200-£300 414. A large Art Deco three stone opal set bar brooch the three opal mille grain set on a white metal knife bar brooch setting, tests for gold, central opal in mount approx. 9.2 x 8.9mm, approx. 7cm in length £100-£150 415. An attractive early 20th Century gem set dress clip attributed to Dorrie Nossiter the clip set with blue zircons, amethysts half pearls and small emeralds, white metal mount, tests silver, approx. 4.5 x 3.5cm £300-£400 416. A Victorian carved angel skin coral classical scroll cameo brooch formed of five well carved sections held on yellow metal pendant/brooch frame, tests gold and having three rectangular amethyst drops suspended below, approx. 5 x 3cmincluding suspension loop £150-£250 417. An 18ct gold curb link bracelet having invisible push clasp fastening with safety chain, stamped 18ct to clasp, weight approx: 9.3g, length approx. 18.5cm £200-£300

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



418. A large Victorian gem set ribbon bow brooch the yellow metal testing for gold and with engraved scroll decoration, the centre set with a turquoise, emeralds and garnets, original fitted leather box, approx. 6.5 x 5cm, weight approx. 22.3g £600-£800 422. Four 19th century oval memorial locket brooches all containing ornate hair arrangements, one within a yellow gold wire work frame with safety chain, the other three within pinchbeck frames (4), the largest diameter 7cm £100-£200

419. A large diamond-set floral clip brooch by Boucheron, circa 1940 the tiered yellow gold petals centrally-set with a brilliantcut diamond, double hinged pin to reverse, signed ‘Boucheron London’ to the reverse and personalised inscription ‘L.S. 5.5.1944’, original blue leather case for Boucheron, approx. 33.3g, approx. 5.5cmat widest point £500-£800 420. A Masonic ball fob gold cased and silver gilt, c. 1900, the orb opening to reveal a series of pyramids engraved with Masonic symbols, cross length 5cm £80-£120 421. A 1950s synthetic corundum and white stone-set brooch the circular central stone simulating an alexandrite, within the scrolling yellow gold border set with four white stones, possibly white sapphires, width 5.7cms, gross weight 10.3g £100-£200


423. A mid Victorian yellow gold and half pearl memorial brooch the central oval glazed compartment containing six locks of arranged hair within a half pearl surround, foliate engraved border and outer frame with scrolling bows applied to the cardinal points, the reverse with a presentational inscription relating to the Paterson family of Nunfield and dated 1854, width 7cm, height 6.1cm Robert Paterson (died 25 January 1870) married Margaret Rimmer (died circa 1875 aged 80yrs) lived at Nunfield House, Nunfield, near Dumfries. Their nine surviving children, whose names are recorded on the reverse, presented this brooch to their mother in January 1854. Sadly, none of these children survived beyond 30 years of age. £400-£600

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


427. Five 9ct Victorian brooches together with a Victorian hinged scarf clip (6), total weight approximately 17g £200-£300

424. A mid 20th century turquoise-set brooch/ pendant and a similar pair of earrings the brooch of open work circular design with a turquoiseset border suspending two tassels, the ear pendants of similar form but with two turquoise-set tassels, Egyptian control marks for higher carat yellow gold (2), brooch: length 6.2cm, earrings length 3.7cm, combined gross weight 12.7g £300-£400

425. A moonstone crescent brooch set with thirteen circular moonstone cabochons, mounted in yellow gold, diameter 6.2cm £300-£400

426. A delicate Merle Bennett gold mounted opal drop brooch of open scroll design, having central oval opal and opal drop with single pearl detail to top, stamped 15ct to reverse and marked for Merle Bennett, approx. 2.9g, approx. 2.9 x 2.4cm £150-£250

428. Five Edwardian yellow gold bar brooches one with a three leaf clover, 9ct hallmark; one applied with half pearls and engraved ‘15ct’; the third with conjoined hearts, 9ct hallmark; the fourth with gem-set leaf and suspending a heart with chains; the fifth with a half pearl tied bow with heart pendant (5), Maximum width 4.4cm, minimum width 3.6cm, combined total weight 13.4g £150-£250 429. A small set of Victorian and other gem set bar brooches the first 15ct mounted set with rubies and diamonds, another 15ct of scrolling form set with central opal, another of leaf design with peridot and rubies, and two others (5), total weight 14g £150-£250 430. An old brilliant-cut diamond and three coloured textured spray brooch; together with assorted 9ct yellow gold bar brooches some gem or half pearl-set, and a jade (untested) bar brooch (11), combined total weight 25.5g £200-£250

431. Two 19th century yellow gold brooches a late Georgian example of shaped circular form, decorated with ornate scrolling and foliate gold work with glazed compartment to centre containing plaited hair, 3.7cm wide; together with an oval Victorian onyx and half pearl brooch, glazed compartment to the reverse, 4.4cm wide (2), combined gross weight 18.4g £150-£250

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 432. A Victorian ‘Star of Snowdoun’ enamel and pearl brooch c. 1859, in the form of a crowned heart, decorated with enamel leaf motif, with central eight pointed star inset with a pearl and three enamelled forget-me-nots, the reverse engraved “’Ladies Rock’ Eph. III.17.19, Phil IV. 7’, brooch height 6.5cm

435. Two Edwardian seed pearl brooches and an Edwardian pendant the first 15ct gold spray brooch with a swallow set with seed pearls, another with twisting clovers set with seed pearls, the pendant in the form of cross set with alternating seed pearls and turquoise on a fine gold chain (3), total weight 8.5g £100-£200 436. A pair of 14K sapphire set bib brooches having single sapphires set in pierced mounts and with safety fastening pins, stamped 14K, together with a three stone ruby set scroll brooch, tests gold and a white metal single pearl set brooch. (4), total weight approx. 9.4g £100-£150

432 The ‘Star of Snowdoun’ brooches were commissioned by William Drummond of Sterling for the female members of his family. They were presented at the time of the inauguration of the Drummond funded Virgin Martyrs’ Memorial sculpture located in The Valley Cemetery, Sterling. The memorial commemorates the ‘Wigtown Martyrs’ or ‘Solway Martyrs’ -Margaret Wilson, her sister Agnes, and Margaret McLauchlin. The two Margaret’s were put to death during the 1680s for their religious beliefs and refusal to swear an oath of allegiance to James VII of Scotland (James II). The symbolism within the design including the three forget-me-nots, are in reference to the three women, For further reading see ‘A History of Sterling in 100 Objects’ by Elspeth King. £100-£200

437. An early 20th Century golf pin in the form of a gold club with pearl golf with pearl ‘golf ball’, the yellow metal testing gold, approx. 6cm £80-£120

438. A Victorian diamond-set horseshoe brooch the knife-edge bar set with 11graduated old brilliant-cut diamonds, mounted in silver and yellow gold, length 3.7cm, weight 3.6g £500-£700

433. A mid Victorian Scottish hardstone and engraved yellow gold brooch of circular openwork design and set with variously-cut brown and grey hardstones, safety chain, associated case for Hamilton of Portobello and Edinburgh, diameter 4cm, weight approx 13g £100-£200

434. A mid Victorian yellow gold and black enamel brooch the gold lobed and tiered openwork circular cluster decorated with engraving and black enamel detail, two later pendant hooks applied, diameter 3.7cms, 10.8g £100-£200


439. A late Victorian yellow gold and pearl brooch modelled as a classical lyre surmounted by a star, and decorated with seed pearls and half pearls, length 3.0cm, width 1.7cm, 4.8g £300-£500

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


440. A mid Victorian sapphire and diamond-set crescent brooch the central sapphire and old brilliant-cut diamond-set cluster, to a tapering ‘C’ scroll to either side alternately-set with circular-cut sapphires and old brilliant-cut diamonds, yellow gold setting, length 4.6cms, weight 4.2g £700-£900 441. An Arabic yellow metal sailing vessel brooch the sails and hull with filigree decoration and with rope twist rigging, yellow metal tests for gold, approx. 5.9g £100-£200 442. A late 19th century shell cameo brooch the 3/4 length portrait of a maiden, possibly Persephone or Flora, with floral garlands in her hair and basket, colletset in yellow gold with rope twist border, safety chain, associated contemporary case, Overall length 5.8cm, overall width 5cm, 23.0g £200-£300 443. A City of London brooch and another the silver shield set with pink stones (possibly synthetic rubies but untested) cross on a white stone background, an everted red enamel dagger applied to the first quarter, surmounted by a sinister dragon’s wing applied with red enamel everted cross, London 1988, together with a related silver and enamel brooch (2), gem set brooch approx. 3.2 x 1.7cm £100-£150



446. An Edwardian amethyst and seed pearl pendant the 15ct yellow gold openwork scrolling design, centrallyset with a circular-cut amethyst to the half pearl border, two pearl collet drops and articulated suspensory loop, length including suspensory loop 3.7cms, width 2.4cms, weight 3.7g £100-£200 447. An Edwardian pink tourmaline and pearl bar brooch having central oval tourmaline with pearl bead detail to either side, yellow metal mount tests gold, approx. 7.5cm £100-£200 448. An Edwardian emerald and diamond set novelty question mark stick pin set alternately with emeralds and diamonds and with pearl ‘dot’, yellow metal mount tests for gold, question mark only approx. 1.7cm £60-£100

444. An Edwardian opal and ruby brooch the openwork oval alternately set with graduated oval opal cabochons and circular-cut rubies, with two articulated opals suspended in the centre, yellow gold collet settings and safety chain, associated contemporary fitted case, Length 4.1cm, width 3.6cm, 5.4g £400-£600 445. An Edwardian peridot half pearl and yellow gold pendant of openwork scrolling design, set with two faceted peridot and two green stone cabochon collets to the half pearl (one deficient) scrolling border, the reverse stamped ‘9ct’, 2.9g, length including loop 5.4cm; together with a seed pearl and 15ct yellow gold bar brooch, gilt tooled leather fitted case for The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company (2), the former weight 2.9g length including loop 5.4cm, bar brooch 2g, length 2.7cm £120-£180

449. An enamel pansy diamond set stick pin together with five others including a rose diamond end enamel pin, an amethyst and seed pearl pin, a pearl cluster pin, another garnet and a diamond set rope twist pin, all yellow metal mounted and test for gold (6), various £150-£250


450. A pair of Art Deco jadeite and diamond-set ear pendants each elongated plaque carved on both sides with flora and foliate motifs, and suspended from a single brilliantcut diamond collet, screw fitting stamped ‘9CT’, length 4.2cm, maximum width 1.2cm, depth 2mm, combined gross weight 5.6g £200-£300

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .






451. An attractive Art Deco pair of jadeite and diamond-set ear pendants each designed as a tapering shaped rectangular carved plaque suspended from a tapering white gold bar stamped ‘18ct’ with diamond-set detail to the circular carved jadeite surmount, later fitted case, length 7cm, plaque thickness circa 2mm, combined gross weight 8.8g £600-£800 452. A delicate Art Deco diamond and pearl sautoir pendant drop having pierced diamond set dome with small pearl tassel drops terminating in an onyx bead and with rose diamond set bale with pearl set circle above, attached to fine yellow metal chain a.f. tests for gold, pendant approx. 3.5cm drop £200-£300 453. Edith Oliver, Edwardian portrait miniature of a child in gold and pearl set pendant locket the hinged locket marked 9ct and with a scalloped border set with half pearls, the opening glass reverse set with a locket of hair and penned Dec. 1909 and Cicely Margaret Still, the portrait miniature painted on ivory and signed Edith Oliver, approx. 5 x 3.8cm £400-£600 454. An attractive Jugendstil style green gem and enamel pendant on chain early 20th Century stylised ribbon pendant having central green tourmaline and shaded green to yellow central enamel indistinct marks to reverse, tests for silver, suspended on long link white metal chain, tests silver, approx. 3.5 x 4 (excluding missing drop) approx. 56cm £100-£200


454 455. Four various gem set rings comprising three stone sapphire ring having diamond point detail and 18ct gold scroll mount, 18ct turquoise and diamond set ring a.f., 18ct rectangular diamond set cluster ring a.f. and a single stone gem set 9ct gold ring (4), 18ct gold rings approx. 9.6g, 9ct ring approx. 2.6g £200-£300 456. A Victorian diamond three stone ring the three graduated old brilliant-cut diamonds in a yellow gold coronet setting, the shank stamped ‘18ct’, size N, weight 3.6g £300-£500


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 457. An Art Deco diamond-set brooch the shaped rectangular plaque centrally-set with an old brilliantcut diamond collet to the openwork tapering geometric and scrolling surround and border set with old-cut and rose-cut diamonds, contemporary leather and gilt tooled fitted case, width 4.5cms, weight 9.3g £2200-£4000 458. A late Victorian sapphire and diamond-set ring the central oval mixed-cut sapphire set to either side with three old brilliant-cut diamonds, to the pierced and scrolling gallery, ring size M, 3.5g £300-£500





459. An attractive Art Deco style rectangular sapphire and diamond-set ring the rectangular sapphire with a baguette diamond to either side and within rectangular brilliant cut diamond border, (sapphire a.f), marked 18ct & Plat, size P, cluster size approx. 12.6 x 14.3mm, sapphire approx. 6.3 x 5.0 x 3.1mm, approx. 4.2g £300-£500 460. A late Victorian black onyx, seed pearl and gold ring the circular onyx plaque decorated with a yellow gold wirework star motif and a central seed earl collet, rope twist border applied to the wide yellow gold band (hallmark rubbed), ring size M/N, 5.7g £80-£120



461. A quartz dress ring the large oval mixed-cut pale green crystalline quartz, possibly prasiolite, claw-set above the plain shank, ring size P/O, 12.9g £80-£120 462. A 22ct yellow gold wedding band Birmingham hallmark, ring size T, 8.0g £150-£200 463. A diamond single stone ring the old brilliant-cut diamond estimated to weight 0.50 - 0.60cts to the coronet setting and plain shank stamped ‘PLAT’, size O, 3.0g £500-£800 464. A diamond-set ring the three brilliant-cut diamond box-set to the heavy shank, size Q, weight 12.2g £600-£800

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 465. An attractive early Victorian diamond and half pearl cluster the yellow metal mount testing for gold and having ribbed detail to shoulders, tests for gold, centre stone spreads approx. 0.50ct £300-£400


466. A delicate early 19th Century cabochon garnet and gem set ring the closed mount setting with scroll decorated shoulder set with twin cabochon garnet ovals, yellow metal tests for gold, size I £100-£200 467. A delicate early Victorian split pearl and ruby ring having four half pearls and tiny ruby to centre, the yellow metal scroll stepped mount with delicate scroll engraved decoration, size O/P £150-£200



468. An early Victorian ruby and pearl three stone ring having central oval ruby between two small pearls the yellow metal mount with foliate detail to shoulders, the inside bearing inscription ‘Love and Live Happy’ testing for gold, approx. 3g size O £200-£300 469. A Regency pearl, enamel and yellow gold mourning ring the quatrefoil top with central circular glazed compartment containing plaited hair, a pearl to each of the cardinal points and black enamel border, to the floral and foliate engraved bifurcated enamelled shoulders and ‘S’ scrolling shank, the reverse with memorial inscription for John Allen Esq and dated 1826, hallmark London 1825, maker’s mark WK, ring size H/I, gross weight 4.0g £500-£700 470. A late 18th century memorial ring the oval plaque depicting in black ink and hair clippings, a classical urn beneath a resplendent weeping willow to the yellow gold collet and plain shank, memorial inscription to the reverse dated 1780, plaque 1.6cms, ring size T £400-£600


471. A late 18th/early 19th century naive miniature memorial plaque the navette-shaped plaque depicting in sepia and hair clippings a seated maiden seating beneath a tree, a dog representing fidelity on its lead, with buildings in the distance, contained within a yellow gold collet, length 2.5cm, width 1.4cm, 2.6g £200-£250 472. A Victorian 15ct gold ring and various other gold rings the Victorian ring set with five graduating red stones in 15ct gold scroll mount, together with a modern 18ct channel set diamond wishbone ring and sever other various gold mounted dress rings, associated Victorian dress ring (9), approx. total weight of rings 16g, Victorian ring O £100-£150




473. Six various gold mounted dress rings comprising, 9ct gold mounted citrine ring, 9ct small diamond ring, a 9ct double heart ring, two other 9ct gold dress ring and a carved rose ring, yellow metal tests gold (6), citrine ring approx. M £150-£250



A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 474. An 18ct gold opal and rose diamond five stone ring and two others the opal ring marked for Chester 1923, a five stone chrysoberyl claw set half hoop ring and a seven stone small turquoise set ring, marked 9ct (3), size R, N, P £200-£300 475. A Victorian opening memorial picture locket ring opening on twin hinges in the form of a scroll book, having black enamel detail, yellow metal tests as gold, size Q £100-£150 476. An amethyst and yellow gold ring the oval mixed-cut amethyst claw-set above the ovoid openwork shoulders, all applied to a 22ct yellow gold hallmarked band, ring size O, gross weight 12.0g £300-£400


477. A ruby and diamond set ring, the oval mixed cut ruby within a navette-shaped surround of twelve brilliant-cut diamonds to the 18ct yellow gold shank, London import hallmark, ring size M, 4.3g £1500-£2000 478. A sapphire and diamond-set ring the oval mixed-cut sapphire collet-set above the border of brilliant-cut diamonds to the 14ct yellow gold tapering shanks, London hallmark, Overall ring length 2.1cm, ring size P, gross weight 9.3g £400-£600 479. A diamond navette-shaped cluster ring centrally-set with a marquise diamond to the slightly undulating border of twelve brilliant-cut diamonds, the asymmetric mount and shank stamped ‘14K’, length 1.9cm, ring size K, 5.1g £400-£600



480. A sapphire and diamond-set three stone ring the square-cut sapphire flanked to either side by a brilliant-cut diamond, the plain tapering shank stamped ‘18ct PLAT’, ring size P, 2.7g £500-£700 481. Two gem-set tiered cluster rings the first set with opals, the second with smokey quartz and a colourless central stone (2), ring sizes H/I and J, combined gross weight 10.0g £80-£100


482. A Continental yellow metal diamond set snake ring the snake’s head crossing the coiled body, the head set with five small graduating diamonds, stamped 18ct, approx. 8.5g, size M £300-£400 483. An amethyst and diamond-set cluster ring the central oval amethyst claw-set above the alternating foliate and circular motifs, each set with a brilliant-cut diamond, the trifurcated shoulders and plain shank stamped ‘[P]LAT’, 12.8g, size K £400-£600 484. An Eastern ruby and turquoise set coil ring set with a central single ruby (not tested) and four turquoise, the yellow metal mount testing for gold, size I/J, approx. 7.5g £100-£200


484 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 490. A sapphire full hoop eternity ring set around with square-cut sapphires (untested), size S, 2.4g; together with two wedding bands, one stamped ‘PLATINUM’ (3), size R1/2 and W, weight 8.8g £100-£150 485. A Victorian 15ct enamel and seed pearl mourning ring and two other rings the mourning ring marked for Chester 1890, another 9ct gold black enamel and seed pearl mourning ring, a.f., and a yellow metal Zodiac band ring, tests for gold (3), approx. weight for all three 9.5g, size 15ct O, size Zodiac ring R £100-£150

486. Three 9ct gold Victorian style rings comprising a scroll mounted 9ct gold mounted turquoise and pearl half hoop ring, an amethyst 9ct gold mounted dress ring and a garnet and gem set 9ct gold ring (3), respectively L, Q, Q £100-£150

487. A Victorian pearl and turquoise 15ct gold ring and three others the former marked for Birmingham 1873, together with an early Victorian turquoise and diamond delicate cluster ring, another early turquoise and seed pearl ring and a Victorian scroll ‘Forget me not’ ring all mounts test for gold (4), respectively P, K, P/Q, J £300-£400 488. Five hallmarked 9ct yellow gold rings including a ruby and single-cut diamond cluster; together with a 9ct yellow gold, red stone and diamond chip navette-shaped plaque brooch (6), Assorted ring sizes, brooch 4.5cm wide, combined total weight 14.1g £150-£200

489. Three Georgian or early Victorian yellow gold rings the first with rectangular glazed plaque containing plaited hair within a half pearl border, French memorial inscription to the reverse, to the tapering floral, scrolling and ridged shank (a/f), size Q; a scrolling openwork crossover ring with ivy leaf (representing constancy) applied to the top and containing plaited hair, size L; and a circular coral cabochon centrally-set to the bifurcated shank set with half pearls (some deficient), size J (3), combined gross weight 7.2g £200-£300


491. An early ruby and diamond coronet style ring and three other ruby set rings the coronet style ring testing for gold, a single stone ruby set converted 22ct wedding band, Sheffield 1847, an Edwardian ruby and diamond 18ct scroll gypsy ring, Birmingham 1903 together with a small seven stone ruby set ring the mount stamped .750 (4), size respectively O, R, T, K £300-£400

492. Four late 19th century rings a half pearl, sapphire, ruby and 9ct yellow gold ring, Chester hallmark, size N, 1.1g; a rose-cut diamond, half pearl and yellow gold ring, size J, 2.3g; a half pearl, turquoise and 9ct yellow gold ring (a/f), size O/P, 1.3g; and a half pearl and yellow gold ring, engraved inscription to the inner shank, size O, 2.3g £100-£200

493. Two delicate Georgian gem and seed pearl cluster rings one with locket back and set with emeralds and seed pearls, the other closed mount and set with rubies and seed pearls, both yellow metal mounts test for gold (2), size respectively L/M, L/M £300-£400

494. A collection of assorted items of jewellery two yellow gold Victorian rings, one set with three old-cut diamonds, hallmarked 18ct, the other set with an oval mixed-cut sapphire; a pair of lapis lazuli and rope twist border earrings; a pair of circular textured earrings; a 19th century rectangular mourning brooch with plaited hair and garnet border; and a ovoid citrine pendant on a fancy link chain necklace, the bolt ring engraved ‘9ct’, combined gross weight 24.0g £250-£350

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 495. A 22ct gold wedding band and four other bands including an 18ct white gold band, a 9ct gold plain ring, a yellow metal band, worn and a narrow yellow metal engraved band (5), 22ct approx. 3.1g size T, 18ct approx. 2.5g, size L, remaining three approx. 4.53g £100-£200

496. A Georgian memorial hair locket pin and three others comprising a small circular Georgian monogram hair locket stick pin, tests gold, a seed pearl horseshoe stick pin, tests gold, a rope knot pin and an Art Deco sapphire and diamond set filigree pin, marked 14K (4), Georgian pin dia. 1.3cm £120-£180

500. A small collection of various gold and other jewellery including a Victorian silver and paste locket pendant, two gold mounted carved hardstone cameo rings, four carved coral buttons, 9ct crucifix, 9ct picture locket, rose diamond and ruby bar brooch a.f., hardstone drop earrings, loose gem stones and more (qty), Various £300-£500

497. A collection of assorted watch keys, yellow metal clips, T bars and various findings (qty), total weight 42g £250-£300 498. A collection of mixed gold items including heart locket padlocks most items marked for 9ct gold, remainder test for gold (qty), approx. 30g £300-£400 499. A collection of mixed jewellery including a large Victorian carved shell cameo classical figural brooch, a graduated coral bead necklace, silver mounted amber dress clip, tests silver, silver chains and earrings, rectangular citrine brooch, silver heart shaped locket and other silver lockets, Great Western Railway badge and more (qty), Various £60-£100

501. A small collection of gold and silver jewellery and various costume jewellery comprising a 9ct gold bangle and several charms, a collection of silver jewellery including a charm bracelet, rings, chains etc. and a collection of mixed costume jewellery, various £80-£120 502. A mixed collection of gold for jewellery repair and a quantity of as found silver £200-£300

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



506. A collection of assorted jewellery comprising five brooches including a turquoise-set yellow gold foliate locket brooch; two turquoise-set rings; a child’s wire work bangle with turquoise-set terminals; a Scandinavian foliate link bracelet; and two pair of earrings, one set with turquoise, the second with emerald chips (11) £150-£250 503. A small interesting collection of Egyptian amulets, beads and related items including a small glass Bes polychrome amulet, two restrung Egyptian and other bead necklets, two turquoise faience amulets mounted as brooches, rectangular amulet/seal, faience Eye of Horus’ pendant and a circular pottery flat bead (qty), seal/amulet 5 x 2.7 x 1cm £200-£300 504. A selection of costume jewellery to include a long coral bead necklace and another smaller, a Murano glass birds and leaves necklace, an amber bead necklace, a Polish amber and silver filigree hinged panel bracelet, a Japanese cultured pearl silver ring, a cased Edwardian silver thimble, an engine turned silver circular powder compact etc., (qty), various £80-£120

505. A Victorian gold and carnelian-set fob seal suspended from a black moiré silk ribbon with foliate chased 18ct gold mounts; a Victorian large gold -mounted banded agate brooch; and a pearl and cabochon sapphire-set filigree ankh brooch, (3), Fob seal length 2.5cm, agate brooch width 6.8cm, ankh lengths 4.1cm £200-£300


507. A small collection of Victorian and later turquoise set jewellery comprising an Etruscan style turquoise and diamond double cluster brooch, yellow metal tests gold, a bombe turquoise set ring, shank marked 9ct, a pair of filigree earrings, tests gold, a pair of small turquoise and seed pearl cluster earrings, test gold and a pair of delicate Edwardian turquoise and pearl caged ear drops, test gold (5), ring size O/P, approx. total weight 13g £200-£300

508. A good collection of Victorian gold and other jewellery comprising a coral set Etruscan style gilt brooch and matching earrings, a 9ct split pearl set brooch, two other small brooches, a small garnet drop pendant on chain, tests gold, another drop pendant on chain, a pair of small garnet cluster drops, marked 9ct and a pair of AustroHungarian amethyst ear drops, test silver gilt (qty), various £300-£400

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 509. A Victorian double sided picture locket and other lockets the window locket stamped 9ct and marked G & W and suspended on a belcher chain, stamped 9ct, together with three other Victorian gilt hinged lockets, two gem set heart lockets and three others, all either gilt or 9ct gold back & front (9), 9ct locket on chain approx. 10g, approx. 4cm diam £150-£250

510. An Edwardian 9ct gold long guard chain marked on the clasp, length (doubled) 75cm, weight approx 42g £400-£500 511. A small collection of mainly gold items including pairs and single earrings including two diamond set studs, pendants, a garnet set heart pendant, a gold plated floral brooch (qty), total weight of items excluding gilt brooch approx. 16g £80-£120

515. A collection of mixed jewellery including a Scottish agate brooch the brooch tests silver and with central cross, a pair of Victorian and gilt paste buckles converted to brooches, a citrine thistle pin, part tests gold a.f., silver bracelets, other silver and some costume jewellery (qty), Various £80-£120

512. A collection of Victorian and later gold and other cufflinks including a pair of small engraved 18ct gold cufflinks, a pair of 9ct cufflinks, eight various yellow metal studs, tests gold, two sets of black Art Deco cased cufflinks and studs, another similar Art deco stud and cufflink set, together with a selection of various silver and other studs and cufflinks (qty), various, 18ct gold approx. 3.5g, remaining yellow metal tests as gold approx. 8g £100-£200 513. A 9ct signet ring, pocket watches and others comprising a gold plated fob chain and a spring loaded single sovereign holder, a banded agate and bloodstone swivel pendant, plated Waltham pocket watch and another and a 9ct gold part initial brooch (6) £80-£120 514. A collection of silver and other jewellery including a Charles Horner bangle the silver strap buckle bangle with engine turned decoration, marked for Chester and C.H. for Charles Horner together with a Victorian and other bangles, various Victorian and later white metal brooches, some testing silver, silver and marcasite dress clip, silver locket and other pendants, Victorian dress jewellery, art deco glass fruit salad necklace, Venetain wedding cake bead necklace, Neiger Bros. scarab bead necklace, other Art Deco items, a mixed and varied lot contained in an oak two tier jewel box circa 1925 (qty), various £150-£250

516. Four items of shell cameo-set and yellow gold jewellery an oval pendant depicting the head of Psyche with a pair of butterfly wings in her hair; a pair of oval ear clips and a ring each depicting the head of an ornately-coiffed lady, to yellow gold mounts stamped ‘9CT’; (4), pendant overall length 5.3cm, combined gross weight 7.5g £80-£120

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 521. A collection of six various Victorian and Edwardian stickpins including and opal and pearl cluster, a seed pearl heart pin, a diamond and seed pearl pin and three others, all test for gold (6), approx. 6.5grams total weight £100-£200

517. A small collection of assorted jewellery comprising a 9ct yellow and half pearl openwork brooch, with safety chain, a garnet flowerhead cluster pendant, a garnet-set star pendant; an oval cabochon opal ring to the 9ct yellow gold mount and shank; a pair of oval opal and ruby-set cluster earrings; two stick pins, one set with coral and other with a seed pearl (7), the former brooch length 4.2cm £100-£150 518. Five various Victorian and later gold rings comprising, an 18ct wedding band Birmingham 1887, two 9ct ruby and diamond gypsy rings a.f., a sapphire and diamond gypsy ring, an 18ct Mitzpah together with a pearl set foliate stickpin, marks indistinct, tests gold (6), wedding band Q £140-£180 519. A Norwegian silver and enamel bracelet by Aksel Holmsen and other items including a novelty tortoise opening compass charm and others, two silver mounted carved shell cameo brooches, a silver 5 cent coin necklace, various Art Deco necklaces, pins and other items (qty), various £80-£120

522 (details) 522. A collection of mainly Victorian and Edwardian stick pins including a ‘cricketing’ pin, the majority testing for gold, some replacement gilt pins, including ruby, sapphire and other gem and pearl pins, hardstone cameo pin and an amusing silver cricket bat and stump pin. (15), various £250-£350 523. Ten late 19th/early 20th century stick pins two set with coral beads, one with a star motif with pearl to the centre, a black and a white cultured pearl (untested), an opal, a moonstone, an amethyst and half pearl, a zircon, an aquamarine, a black opal (possibly a doublet), and a carnelian (10) £150-£250

520. A collection of stick pins, including a kangaroo, predominantly 9ct carat, and including four with diamond-set details (qty), combined gross weight 37.8g £200-£300

521 (details)


524. A pair of heavy 18ct gold engraved cufflinks and other items including two 18ct gold rings together with four 9ct gold Mappin & Webb studs, cased (4), 18ct items approx. 41g, 9ct studs approx. 6g £800-£900 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 529. A pair of 9ct golf cufflinks and other items including a narrow 9ct gold band, a pair of removable Khanjar dagger cufflinks, tests silver, and another pair of hallmarked silver cufflinks (4), approx. 7g gold cufflinks £100-£150

525. Four items of 19th century gold and goldmounted jewellery comprising a pair of 9ct yellow gold oval slightly bombé cufflinks, each plaque engraved with monogram, an 18ct yellow gold signet ring (a/f), a bloodstone and 15ct yellow gold signet ring (a/f), and a gold cased fob seal with carnelian insert monogrammed M, cufflinks 6.5g, 18ct ring 4.1g £100-£200 526. A pair of 9ct gold cufflinks and other cufflinks the oval gold cufflinks marked for Birmingham 1943 with engine turned decoration, fitted Harrods Ltd. box, together with two pairs of silver Scandinavian cufflinks and tie pin and a further two pairs of silver mounted cufflinks. (6), gold cufflinks approx. 6.6 £80-£120

527. A pair of 18ct gold cufflinks of textured square form with folding pin, stamped on the reverse 18ct, weight approx 14.5g £300-£350

530. A pair of 9ct gold opal set cufflinks each set with five circular opals in closed setting in a geometric design, chain and bar fitttings, stamped .375 for 9ct gold to reverse, approx. 3.5cm £100-£150

531. A pair of 9ct gold cufflinks of oval form with engine turned decoration, hallmarked on the reverse, weight 8g £100-£150 532. Two Eisenberg Original paste dress clips c. 1940s, both with Art Deco inspired design, one stamped ‘Eisenberg Original, Sterling’; the other stamped ‘Eisenberg Original’, together with a pair of Art Deco silver mounted green glass earrings, (3), the largest length 9cm £100-£150

528. A mother of pearl, enamel and 18ct yellow gold dress set comprising a pair of cufflinks and three shirt buttons, each circular mother of pearl plaque with blue enamel border and an applied yellow gold wirework ‘X’ applied to the centre, cuff links 1.4cms diameter, total gross weight 12.4g £200-£300 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



533. A Louis Vuitton Papilion handbag, 2000 in beige Monogram Vernis embossed patent leather, vachetta leather handles and trim, gold tone hardware and padlock, date code VI0050, beige coloured leather interior, stamped ‘Louis Vuitton, Paris, Made in France’, width 31cm, height 15cm £80-£120

534. A Prada black Nappa leather ruffle Bauletto bag silver toned hardware, zip closure to top, interior with zip pocket and further flat pocket, lined with Prada logo fabric and labelled, together with Prada dust bag, width 35cm x depth 16cm x height 20cm £150-£250


535. A Prada black leather flap shoulder bag in antique leather finish, mid handle with pewter coloured hardware, Prada plaque to side, magnetic closure, nude coloured beige leather lining, interior with two zip pockets, double pouch and further pouch, ‘Prada’ label to interior and further embossed ‘Prada, Milano’ together with a non corresponding dust bag, width 35cm approximately £100-£150

536. A Prada black leather grommet flap shoulder bag calf leather with aged silver toned hardware, chain strap, black leather clochette, ‘Prada Milano’ lock/ clasp, interior lined with red leather with three interior compartments, each with pocket/ zip pocket, labelled ‘Prada, Made in Italy, together with original outer dustbag and Prada paper bag, 24.5cm wide x 15.5cm, height x 3.5cm deep £200-£300

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 540. A Gucci brown leather shoulder bag c. 1970s, gold tone hardware, buckle to shoulder strap, pocket to back, with sectionalised interior, additional zip pocket with goldtone Gucci branded zip, press stud fastening pocket, stamped to interior ‘Made in Italy by Gucci’, width 23.5cm £80-£120

537. A Prada black leather Bauletto Nappa Antique bag in antique leather finish, top handle with pewter coloured hardware, mini pocket to front, leather covered clochette, padlock. luggage tag, zip closure fastening, Prada branded studs to underside, nude coloured beige leather lining, interior with zip pocket, double pouch and further pocket ‘Prada’ label to interior and further ‘Made in Italy’, together with a Prada dust bag and further NetA-Porter dust bag, approximately 34cm wide x 30cm, height x 12cm deep £150-£250

541. A Chloe Paddington silver leather handbag with pewter coloured hardware, embellished padlock and Chloe plate, canvas interior, with internal zip and patch pockets, together with a matching Chloé purse and corresponding canvas dustbag and original tags, width 36cm £40-£60

538. A Dolce and Gabbana Artisan Golden Cherub black leather shoulder bag gold coloured leather edging, gold tone hard ware, chain and leather strap, the large clasp to front in the form of cherubs with swags, applied ‘Dolce & Gabbana’ studs to leather, hinged opening, with red canvas lined interior, zip pocket, labelled ‘Dolce & Gabbana, Made in Italy’, together with a non matching ‘Acne’ dust bag, approximately 28cm wide x 20cm high x 10cm deep £80-£120 539. A Gucci double horse head buckle and leather belt c. 1970s, equestrian inspired buckle in silver/ pewter tone, stamped to back ‘Gucci’, the belt marked ‘Gucci, Made In Italy, 80.32’ and impressed ‘036.1974.0978’, buckle width 12cm, overall length 93.5cm £40-£60

542. A Miu Miu black leather studded shoulder bag decorated with gold metal studs and turquoise coloured cabochons, leather strap similarly decorated, flap fronted with large gold tone clasp fastening, the interior lined with canvas, with zip pocket and labelled ‘Miu Miu’, width approximately 31cm x height 22cm x depth 8cm £60-£80

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



548. A late 19th century boxwood chess set and another with weighted bases, the ebonised and boxwood set of Staunton type in an associated box with label depicting chess pieces applied to the top, together with another 20th century wooden chess set in divided wooden case (qty), the former king height 8.3cm, the second king 8.5cm £80-£120

543. A 1930s Japanese crepe Kimono and a Chinese embroidered silk ivory ground shawl first, dark brown, printed with a trellis and chrysanthemums in various colours, silk lined, with silk belt tie second floss embroidered with flowers, deep knotted fringe (2), shawl overall 220 x 220cm, fringe length 35cm £50-£80 544. A late 18th century needlework picture of a lady depicting a central female figure, wearing a hat, surrounded by a garland of flowers, further embroidered with a linear motif, in gilt frame £100-£150 545. A Cooke & Sons Ltd, Hull lattice frame sextant no 2252, 6.5” radius reading to 10”, with certificate of examination dated 1962, with magnifier, vernier and interchangeable filters, contained in a teak carrying case, length 27cm £70-£90 546. A late 19th century Chinese lacquered wood geromancer’s feng shui compass surround in a hardwood case of typical circular form with, painted with black graduations, table of Chinese red painted text to underside, compass diameter 16.5cm, case diameter 23.2cm £50-£80 547. An early 20th century mahogany cased barograph mahogany and bevelled glass case with chart drawer, height 21cm, width 36cm, depth 21.5cm £200-£300


549. A collection of seventeen early 20th century and later Easter eggs ten being card, decorated with printed Easter scenes, one being card covered with embroidered cloth, together with six tin eggs, two with printed decoration, a copper chocolate mould stamped ‘Jones Bros., Down St., Piccadilly, Rd 210300’, (17), the largest length approximately 17cm £50-£80

550. A Leica IIIF camera, No. 663905, 1953 with Leitz Wetzlar Summicron f=5cm 1:2 Nr.1103308, outer leather case, accompanied by the Leica Guide and the Pocket Leica Book, (3) £200-£250

551. A mixed collection of 19th century and later direct pull corkscrews including: a Henshall type corkscrew; two three-finger type; two stag horn handled one with spike; two horn handled one with bristle brush; four with turned wood handles, two with bristle brush, one with hair; and a pocket folding corkscrew; (12) £50-£80

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 553. An interesting and extensive collection of approximately 480 printed and photographic postcards majority Edwardian and later, c. 1900s to 1920s. subjects including; Christmas, Easter, birthday, topographical Brighton, Margate, Weston-Super-Mare, Chislehurst, Witney, London, Australia, Canary Islands, Bristol amongst, comical and military interest, published by Raphael Tuck, Davidson Bros., Valentine’s, B.B. London and others, within two modern binders, This collection of postcards is the former property of Miss C. Holifield. The majority of cards are addressed to properties in Witney and Shepherds Bush. £300-£500 552. A mixed collection of 19th century and later corkscrews including; a cased Champagne tap, with original instructions; a J. Heeley & Sons Ltd concertina type corkscrew; a DGRM spring barrel corkscrew, stamped to wooden handle DRGM93678; two Walker Bell types one stamped ‘Champion’; two pocket steel corkscrew, one stamped DGRM; a Lund lever The Patantee corkscrew, marked ‘The Patentee, 24 Fleet St & 57 Cornhill, London’ and ‘Lund Patantee London’; Hazeline Cream Medical advertising spoon corkscrew; two Monpol corkscrews; a Walter Bosse type corkscrew; chromed direct pull; a French Perille type mechanical wing-nut corkscrew, stamped A.P. Paris; three further mechanical corkscrews; two roundlet travelling corkscrews; a mid 20th century corkscrew in the form of an anchor; W.A. Willets registered design picnic corkscrew; brass picnic corkscrew, bearing Registration Number 717866; treen picnic corkscrew and a bar mounted corkscrew stamped 12, (24) £80-£120

554. Postal History: A collection of twenty four mid 18th to mid 19th century pre stamp covers postal marks including; Alford, Andover, Bradford, Chester, Gainsborough, Liverpool, Leeds, Louth, Salisbury, Wiveliscombe, Worcester, (24) £80-£120 555. An early 20th century East African Ganda tribal woven rattan shield, an East African Maasai sword and a zebra hide drum first, with twin wooden bosses and hide border, second flat steel blade with red stained leather handle and sheath, (3), first height 70.5cm £70-£90

556. An early 19th century percussion rifle by James Wilkinson 30” barrel, converted from flintlock, steel scroll engraved lock-plate signed Jas Wilkinson, hammer similarly engraved, walnut stock with steel butt plate, overall length 116cm (45 1/2 inches) £100-£200 A George V naval officers sword and two late 19th century swords, including: an Afghan Khyber knife sword, with scabbard; an Indian tulwar type sword, with curved blade, rounded quillons and disc pommel, and a George V naval sword, with pierced guard and scabbard, (3) £100-£150

553 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .



A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 558. A late 19th century Burmese Dha sword the 20.5” curved blade widening to the point, woven rattan hilt and wooden scabbard with red handing cords, Overall length 89cm £50-£80 559. A 20th century teddy bear black brown tone plush, shaven snout, vertical embroidered nose and mouth, velvet effect pads, fully jointed limbs, bean filled, overall height 55cm £80-£120

562 (detail) 562. A collection of nine silver mounted walking sticks and canes, Victorian and later comprising; two silver topped ebonised canes, one London 1923; two silver mounted bamboo canes, one Birmingham 1863; one root wood cane; two antler handled silver collared walking sticks; an ebonised walking stick; and a further silver collared walking stick, (9), the first 91cm high £100-£150

560. A signed presentation portrait photograph of William Powell Frith R.A. (1819-1909) signed ‘To Willie Allchin with kindest regards, from WP Frith 1855-1907’, mounted, framed, photograph 19.5 x 15cm, overall 35 x 30cm £80-£120

563 (detail) 563. A collection of two walking sticks, four canes, a swagger stick / cosh and a truncheon (8) £100-£150 563A. An early 20th century walking stick, made from timber removed from the H.M.S. Britannia mounted with a brass collar detailing provenance 561. A collection of four umbrellas and parasols various makers including Briggs, Fox, two having gold mounts (4) £100-£200


The HMS Britannia was a cadet training ship based at Dartmouth, 1869-1905. £100-£150


563A (detail) A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


564. James Bond : A collection of movie memorabilia including; You Only Live Twice / From Russia With Love, United Artists, British Quad poster, 1970 release double bill; 007 James Bond In Focus, 1964 magazine; Live And Let Die, souvenir brochure; For Your Eyes Only, official souvenir brochure; Octopussy souvenir brochure; Moonraker souvenir brochure; Diamonds Are Forever souvenir brochure (7), the poster 75.5 x 101cm £100-£150

565. Movie Memorabilia: A collection of front of house stills from iconic cinema titles including: The Wizard of Oz, 1939 (1955 re-release), part set of six stills; The Fly, 1958, part set of six stills; Gone With The Wind, 1939 (re-release), ten stills; The Lone Ranger, 1956, part set of three; The Villa Ride, 11 stills; The Devil Rides Out, 1968, part set of six; The Jungle Book, 1967, part set of six, (qty), 20.25 x 25cm £100-£150

566. Movie Memorabilia: A collection of five autographed publicity stills of British comedy actors, c. 1950s including; Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtry, Terry Thomas, Leslie Phillips and one other, variously signed and inscribed, (5), 25.5 x 20.25cm £100-£150

567. William Hartnell (1908-1975): An autographed 10 x 8 publicity photograph signed inscribed in blue ballpoint pen ‘To John Bacon, Best wishes from William Hartnell, 53’ labelled to reverse detailing appearance in “Will Any Gentleman?” (alongside Jon Pertwee), 25.5 x 20cm William Hartnell (1908-1975) is best known as the First Doctor in the BBC television series Doctor Who (1963-1966). ‘Will Any Gentleman...?’ was a British comedy released in 1953. £100-£150 568. Movie Memorabilia: A mid 20th century ‘My Film Favourites’ album containing a collection of Picturegoer portrait postcards some signed including Richard Attenborough and Trevor Howard, together with an autographed 10 x 8 still, signed by Doris Day in blue ink ‘My very best wishes to you Paul and God bless you fondly Doris Day’; a signed still of Mario Lanza and a number of further signed photograph £80-£120

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 569. Movie Memorabilia: A collection of brochures from iconic cinema titles including: 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Godfather; Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Alien, Superman, Raiders of the Lost Ark, together with a soundtrack promotional brochure for 2001 A Space Odyssey and a Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects promotional brochure (8) £50-£80

570. Star Wars: A rare original programme for The London Symphony Orchestra and John Williams ‘The LSO In Space’ performance at the Royal Albert Hall, London, 16 February 1978, with original ticket height 25cm The LSO In Space concert was held on the 16th February 1978 at 7.30pm, with John Williams as conductor. The performance included the theme from 2001, music from Close Encounters of the Third Kind and the Star Wars Suite, introduced by Gary Kurtz. Anthony Daniels, dressed in a specially modified C-3PO costume conducted the encore. £60-£80

572. Aviation Memorabilia: A collection of photographs and signed ephemera including; five glass negatives featuring, zeppelin aircraft; postcards, some relating to Gloster IV; John McCurdy postcards plus signed envelope; Major George Herbert Scott photographs; W.W. Ballantine signed first day cover (qty) £80-£120

573. Aviation Ephemera: An interesting collection relating to early aviation Croydon Airport and Amy Johnson early 20th century and later, including: an album of postcards, featuring Samuel Franklin Cody, Ack Ack Pips, Charles Lindberg, Amy Johnson, Croydon Airport, Imperial Airways planes, hydroplanes and early RAF; three scarce Imperial Airways badges, c. 1920s, each in gilt finish, surmounted by a lion; a collection of twelve b/w photographs of early RAF aircraft. c. 1920s-1930s; a small sketch of an Imperial Airways ‘Hannibal Airliner’, by John Stroud; a Nicholas Sarony cigarette card album, ‘A Day on the Airway’; a promotional booklet / letter card for Croydon Airport Aerodrome Hotel; three colour photographs relating to the NASA Space Shuttle Enterprise; together with four pieces c. 1980 relating to Croydon Airshow/Amy Johnson, (qty) £150-£200 574. Lady Randolph Churchill (Jennie SpencerChurchill, 1854-1921): An signed original letter ‘Rosetta, Cowes’ headed paper, 8vo, addressed to Mr. & Mrs. Milthorpe, referencing her son Winston Churchill “My son told me you had been very kind to him while he was staying at Harrogate. He is a good boy is he not?”, height 17.5cm £80-£120

571. Star Wars: A New Hope, 1977: A original cinema souvenir brochure together with Empire Strikes Back, Official Collectors Edition, with ticket Odeon Theatre Leicester Sq. (unknown performance) and Return of the Jedi, Official Collectors Edition (3), brochure width 30cm £50-£60


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 575. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874-1965): A collection of ephemera and photographs comprising: an invitation addressed to Mr. & Mrs. F.W.D Deakin for the State Funeral at St. Paul’s Cathedral together with General Instructions for the funeral; a collection of eight Churchill and Deakin related photographs including Churchill at Chartwell, Visiting Manston Airport, balcony images with four later enlargements; a letter to F.W. Deakin on Chartwell headed paper, regarding the loan of books, signed by Secretary Gillian Maturin; together with a Buckingham Palace luncheon seating plan, dated November 1971, attended by F.W. Deakin According to the information accompanying this lot all pieces originally from the collection F. William Deakin (1913-2005). F.W. Deakin was Churchill’s research assistant and later close friend. £150-£200 576. Historical Manuscripts Documents: A collection of ten 17th century and later letters, from historically important figures including; George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham (16281687), signed letter date 1661; William Stanhope Harrington, 1st Earl of, signed letter relating to a payment for Horatio Walpole (Horace Walpole); Richard Cobden (1804-1865), two signed letters, dated 1850 and 1859 together with a clipped signature; Richard Corney Grain (1844-1895), a signed letter written; Robert Browning (1812-1889), an inscribed clipped note; Laurence Whistler (1912-2000), signed letter dated 1955, on Little Place, Lyme Regis headed paper; a note addressed to Reverend John Hodgson from the office of Sir Humphrey Davy, regarding a meeting, together with a letter and printed Sonnet entitled ‘To My Old Wig’, dated 1795 (10) £100-£200

580. A collection of RAF uniform garments including; a vintage Officers trench coat, of gabardine type fabric, labelled, Size 5 - Height 5/ 7 & 5/ 8, dated 1962; an Officers greatcoat/ over coat, of wool; Officers Mess dress jacket and waistcoat, both labelled ‘S.W. Silver & Co.’ of wool, applied gold braid and brass buttons, three pairs of officers trousers on labelled ‘’Size 41 Short’; peaked cap, by Bates, stamped inside ‘The “Bates” Service Cap’; beret, labelled Alkit; battle dress tunic, labelled Burton; and an officers tunic, with belt labelled Unikit Ltd, dated 1953, size 41 chest (11), great coat chest 40 inches, length 44 inches £200-£300

577. A document page with secretarial Bonaparte pen and ink signature titled ‘Au Nom du Peuple Français’ dated 1803, complete with paper seal, countersigned by the Le Ministre de l’intérieur Jean-Antoine Chaptal and Le Secrétaire d’état HughesBernard Maret, duc de Bassano, accompanied by a postcard of Horace Vernet’s ‘Battle of Friesland’, document measures height 42.7cm, width 28.5cm £100-£200 578. Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset (1500-1552). A clipped signature in ink mounted below a facsimilie of a 1738 engraving of Seymour by Jacobus Houbraken, framed and glazed, height 41.4cm, width 27.4cm £200-£300 579. Historic Military and Naval Manuscripts : A collection of 19th century and later signed letters and documents, relating to naval and military figures including; Sir Charles Cotton, 5th Baronet (1753-1812), document signed C. Cotton, to Robert Mitford and by John Day; Captain John Quilliam (1771-1829), signed letter; Lietuenant General Sir George Airey (1761-1833), payment document, signed and dated 1808; Sir Thoomas Monro (17611827); signed letter dated 1823; letter addressed to Admiral Sir Edward Campbell Rich Owen (1771-1849), dated 1835, together with a further letter and a note from R. Byham (qty) £80-£120

581. A Russian 1881 Pattern Dragoon trooper’s sabre/ shashka dated 1891, brass d-ring shaped hilt, with domed pommel, ribbed wooden grip, the curved single edged fullered blade, with double ended final, variously stamped to hilt and ricasso including Zlatoust Factory marks, within lacquered brass mounted scabbard, blade length 86.75cm, overall 102cm £100-£200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .







586 592

582. A Charles I silver and tortoiseshell Royalist medal after a design by T. Rawlins with a bust of Charles I crowned, facing right within wreath border, surmounted by a crown, mounted on tortoiseshell, length approx. 5.8cm £200-£300

585. The Victorian Order of the Star of India Victorian gold and carved hardstone medal on ribbon, enamel detail, original ribbon, Medal only 4 x 2.5cm approx £200-£300

583. A Victoria 1895 India General Service medal with Punjab Frontier 1897-98 clasp awarded to Rev’d C.J Palmer . 13th Eccles Estabment, on ribbon £80-£120

586. A George V military cross and two sets of W.W.I and WW2 miniature dress medals first set nine dress medals formed of OBE, military cross, 1914 star, war medal, victory medal with oak leaf, 1939-45 star, Africa star, Defence and War medals, second set of seven medals formed of OBE, GSM with Iraq clasp, 193945 star, Africa star, Burma star, Defence and War medals, both on ribbons (3), various £80-£120

584. The 1857-1858 Indian Mutiny Medal awarded to Assistant Surgeon W Armstrong 54th West Norfolk Regiment of Foot no clasp, on ribbon £200-£250


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 587. A silver medal by François Rupert Carabin (18621921), ‘La Danse’ showing a female dancer and on reverse two dancers, signed on obverse, stamped on edge ‘argent’, and ‘29’, diameter 50mm £100-£150 588. A First World War casualty group awarded to Royal Naval Petty Officer Frederick Drury Blunsdon 203087, comprising; 1914-15 Star, British War, Victory medals and bronze Memorial Plaque Petty Officer 1st Class Frederick Drury Blunsdon (18831914) was killed in action on the 3rd November 1914. P.O. Blunsdon was part of the crew of the British submarine HMS D-5, which was struck by a mine and sunk during a German raid off Great Yarmouth in the North Sea. Twenty of the twenty-five strong submariner crew lost their lives. £80-£120 589. Three First World War Service Medals 1914-1918, Army Service Corps; 1914-15 Star, British War and Allied Victory, named to M2-049809 - Pte. J. Morgan, together with an associated set of First World War and later miniature dress medals, bar mounted, comprising First World War 1914-15 Star, British War, Allied Victory with oak leaf, Second World War British, 1935 Jubilee and 1937 Coronation Medals, the bar length 9.75cm £70-£90 590. An interesting collection of militaria, First World War and later including; a piece of canvas inscribed “Envelope of Zeppelin brought down Sunday night “Potters Bar”, October 2nd 1916”; a collection of material relating to British Red Cross Nurse Mrs. May Freeman Morgan, comprising; a Proficiency in Red Cross Nursing medal, 1917, British Red Cross Society medal, British Red Cross badge, two portrait photographs, certificate and compliments slip, together with Princess Mary Christmas gift tin, with original Christmas card inscribed ‘5843 Sergeant G Hillard, Coldstream Guards’; a miniature book of common prayer, inscribed inside backcover ‘Hillard’; an ‘”Active Service Testament 1914”’ inscribed to interior ‘29th Oct 14, Mr. C. W. Reed, 13th Coldstream Gds’ and ‘5843c Corporal G. Hillard, No. 3 Coy, 4th Reg B. Coldstream Gds’; a South Africa 1900 tin; Prisoner of War box with watercolour painted lid, containing cap badges, 2 rings, shrapnel, ribbons, Aly Sloper token, miniature dagger, Masonic institute girls badge, buttons, Second World War German Tag der Arbiet, Pakistan Army Coronation Contingent embroidery in box, RMS Lusitania replica medal and a ball top Swagger stick, (qty) £80-£120

592. Militaria: A collection of ephemera relating to Lieutenant William Edwin George Ruthven (1893-1986) including: Atlantic Star medal; World War II Service medal; presentation penknife ‘H.M.S. Royal Eagle, Dunkirk Evacuation 1940’ inscribed 3rd Engnr WE Rutven RNR; compass named to dial ‘Mr J. West, Globe Rd, Mile End’; Continuos Certificate of Discharge plus certificates; National Insurance Card; dispatches, hand written Naval message relating to the Royal Eagle; Authority to Wear War Medals For The Mercantile Marine; Second World Ward Medal Awards Certificate; together with First World War British and 1914-1919 Victory Medals, awarded to 9880 Sjt. H. Merton - 5 LDN R (qty) William Edwin George Ruthven served aboard the Royal Eagle during her Dunkirk rescue mission. He later served on the Medway Queen. To view Lieut. Ruthven aboard the Medway Queen see British Movietone film ‘Last of the Paddle Steamers’, 1963. £50-£80

593. Second World War: An interesting album of approximately 190 photographs, Eighth Army related, 1942 -1943, inscribed to inside front ‘Gnr. Janes HW, 390 S.L. Batte’, primarily topographical views, local life and military scenes, Libya, Egypt and Palestine (many present day Israel) locations including; Suez, Pyramids, Port Said, Haifa, Jerusalem, El-Alamein, Benghasia, Jericho, some relating to Kibbuz Jewish Collective Settlements, Advance of the Eighth Army, Advance Across The Western Desert, October 28th 1942 memorials and graves of unknown soldiers; width 33cm x height 22cm £200-£300

591. A 9ct Royal Marine Gibraltar enamelled brooch together with a gilt metal cap badge a/f (2), weight of the former 4.2g £70-£90

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 594. Six W.W.II War medals and three India service medals variously engraved to include a two medal group for 12942 JEMDR. ASIRVADAM, MADRAS S..& M, others engraved for GP.188164. W/WTR S.S. ANTHONY, I.A.M.C, ME/155832 CFN. I.S.ANNAMALAI, I.E. *, and 57374 L-NK.EKAMBARA. BENGAL S. & M.GP. R. I.E., (9) £50-£80



595. A collection of George V and Queen Mary Coronation and Silver Jubilee commemorative medals including: Coronation 1911 Metropolitan Borough of Wandsworth, in original fitted case medal; commemorative medal in fitted case by J.A. Restall, Birmingham; Borough of Bromley medal; Borough of Honiton; Burgh of Port Glasgow; God Speed Greenock and a further medal; Silver Jubilee 1935 - L.V.S. silver and enamel medal, Birmingham, 1935, makers mark Vaughton & Sons in fitted card box and a similar gilt metal badge; Licensed Victualler School Slough Buckinghamshire, enamelled, in fitted presentation case; County of Middlesex (x3); Borough of Chelsea; Borough of Chelmsford; Nottinghamshire County Council; Daily Mail Eddy Tail League; Whitstable and three further medals; together with an embroidered Coronation 1911 badge, labelled to reverse George Kenning & Son, Little Britain, London; three photographic badges, commemorative pocket mirror, two coins, a coronet badge and two Edward VIII related pins (31) £100-£150 596. A collection of six 19th century and later exhibition medals including; International Exhibition medal, 1862, in silvered metal, designed by C. Schnitzspahn and J. Weiner; For Services medal for the International Exhibition for all Fine Arts, Industries and Inventions, 1873, designed by George T. Morgan, gilt white metal, obverse with bust of Albert Prince of Wales, reverse with view of Horticultural Society Arcades, Royal Albert Hall, naming ALEXANDER M’KENZIE CATALOGUE No. 3965; bronze medal for the 1874 International Exhibition for all Fine Art, naming JAMES LINSTEAD, CATALOGUE No. 4325; British Empire Exhibition, 1924 bronze medal, reverse with Wembley lion, designed by Percy Metcalfe; British Empire Exhibition 1925 bronze medal and a Struck At The British Empire Exhibition, 1925 Nobel Industries medal, (6), the largest diameter 7cm Alexander M’Kenzie according to the catalogue Industrial Index for the 1873 exhibition was based at 5, Little Windmill Street, Haymarket, London. 1874 catalogue lists No 4325 listed as LEWIS, A. Three Photographs, Lent by Mr. James Linstead. £100-£150


A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 599. A collection of six Albert, Prince of Wales and Alexandra Princess of Denmark (later Edward VII and Queen Alexandra) commemorative medals and medallions, mid 19th century and later including; three commemorating their marriage, March 1863, one issued by Hunt & Roskell, one issued by Ottley, Birmingham, one issued by Mayor of Great Yarmouth, boxed; a medallion commemorating the opening of Tower Bridge, 1894; a medal commemorating a visit to St. Pauls by Alexandra 1872; and a Hanbury Memorial Prize medallion ‘The Homes for Little Boys, Farningham & Swanley, Kent Incorporated, (6), the largest approximately 7cm diameter £80-£120

597. A collection of twenty two Victorian and later commemorative coins, badges, medals and medallions including: The Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company Limited medal date 1901; Souvenir Medallion for Liverpool Tunnel, dated July 1934; Orphanage Southboro’ Kent 1922; Reception Committee Rt Hon The Early Minto KG, 1911; Society of London Ragamuffins; Life Saving Medal awarded to P.C.C. Stevens, dated July 1908; The Royal Horticultural Society presented to Messrs H. Scott & Sons, for Garden Furniture and Sundries, Holland Park, 1909; Gas Exhibition Earls Court, 1904; Gigantic Wheel, Earls court, 1906; British Empire Exhibition, 1924; ‘Amalfi’ 1909 medal; Centenary of the Battle of Trafalgar coin, 1905; award medallion for table decoration, Maidstone R.S., 1908, in presentation box labelled John Pinches, London; South Suburban & Catford Photo Society, Class A Pictorial, 1925, in Vaughtons Ltd, Birmingham presentation box; Toogood & Sons Championship medal for Runner Beans, Sept 1904; sweetheart brooch; Victoria 1/4 Rupee, 1890; Victoria crown, 1893; George V Silver Jubilee crown, 1935; two Victoria one shillings, 1895, 1896; memorial coin and one other (22) £80-£120 598. A collection of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra Coronation and Silver Jubilee commemorative medals and medallions including: Heathfield Sussex in presentation box, East Ham, Greenock, Stratford-upon-Avon, Kingston-uponHull, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, York Minster, Cambridge, Chatham, St. Marylebone, St. Pancras, Woolwich, Australian Commonwealth, Children’s Fete Glasgow, Barrat & Co, ; two London County Council attendance medals, boxed, 1908 and 1910, for F. Theobold; together with sixteen further Coronation commemorative medals/ medallions, three cased, a Mazawattee Chocolate commemorative tin, an Edward VII Royal Warrant Holders Association medal, presented to James Arnold and a Birmingham University opening commemorative medal, dated 1909 (36) £80-£120

600. A small collection of coins to include an Anglo Saxon coin, Scottish William II silver five shillings, George III half shilling, 1816 and shilling 1820, a Victoria one penny model, 1909 half crown, 1910 florin, Dutch East Indies copper Zuit of Westfriesland 1748, etc., (qty), various £50-£80

601. Hallmark Replicas Limited. A limited edition set of twenty five “The Stamps of Royalty” silver stamp ingots commemorating the Queen Silver Jubilee 40/1000, with certificate, in a fitted wooden case, weight approx. 15.5ozt £150-£200 602. A quantity of Victorian and Edwardian and pre 1920 silver coins to include a George IV 1826 shillings, half crowns, florins, shillings, sixpences etc., (qty), weight approx. 32.51ozt £500-£600

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 607. A 9ct rose gold double sovereign case the lid opening to reveal two spring loaded sovereign holders, with suspension loop, weight approximately 30g £320-£400

603. A limited Edition set of twenty four Churchill Centenary Trust silver medals by John Pinches Ltd in capsules and an album, together with a cased limited edition Churchill Centenary Picture Medal by Toye, Kenning & Spencer ltd, (2), weight approx. 23.79ozt £200-£300 604. A cased Masonic silver jewel and a selection silver proof and other coins first in the form of a set square suspended on a ribbon with enamel badge, engraved ‘Engraved Lodge 599’, cased together with a cased Britannia standard silver Albert Schweitzer 1875-1965 commemorative medallion, George III twopence and penny, 1797, George IV half crown, 1826, William IV half crown and cased Royal Mint silver proof coins in capsules with certificates: 1977 silver jubilee crown, 1980 Queen Mother 80th crown, 1981 Charles & Diana Crown 1985 £1 piedfort, 1990 Queen Mother 90th Crown,1992 10 pence piedfort,1993 40th Coronation Anniversary Crown,1993 £1 piedfort, 1994 D-Day Fifty Pence, (qty), approx. 8ozt £80-£120 605. A quantity of George V and George VI 1920-1946 silver coins to include half crowns, florins, shillings and sixpence, (qty), weight approx. 50.68ozt £500-£600 606. Coins and Banknotes: A cased George VI specimen set including eleven coins; George VI sixpences 1937-1952; Great Britain Shillings Collection 1937 to 1951; together with fifteen Banknotes, including National Bank of Scotland Edinburgh £5 note dated 1st February 1951; two Bank of England George V £1; three 10 Shillings; five Elizabeth II £1 notes; four Elizabeth II 10 Shilling notes (qty) £100-£200




608. An Edward VII sovereign, 1906 mounted as a pendant in a 9ct yellow gold frame and scrolling loop, Birmingham hallmark, gross weight 9.6g £250-£320


609. A Victorian full sovereign, dated 1898 weight approx 8g £240-£280 610. An Edward VII full sovereign 1907 weight approx. 7.9g £240-£280 611. A Victorian full sovereign pendant mount, dated 1872 with suspension loop, total weight 9g £250-£300 612. A Victorian half sovereign, dated 1896 weight approx 3.6g £100-£150 613. An Edward VII 1906 four coin Maundy set, in original gilt tooled red leather case £80-£120 614. An Edward VII 1907 four coin Maundy set in a fitted leather case £80-£120 615. A George V 1932 four coin Maundy set in a fitted original case £70-£90



A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ‡ w i l l b e s u b j e c t t o a n a d d i ti o n a l fe e - p l e a s e s e e p a g e 10 0 .


618 (details) 616. Hallmark Replicas. Limited edition Royal Wedding Stamp Replica Issue 22ct gold and Britannia standard silver ingots commemorating the wedding of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips limited numbered edition 863/3000, with certificate in a fitted case, weight of 22ct gold ingot 26.3g, silver ingot approx. 0.85ozt £600-£800 617. ◊ ECKFELDT, Jacob R. & DU BOIS, William E., A Manual of Gold and Silver Coins of All Nations Struck Within the Past Century Philadelphia, 1842, half-title page on glazed paper, sixteen plates of coins printed in silver on glazed paper with guards, 4to, half blue calf with gilt tooled and printed spine, pp. 220 £80-£120 618. ◊ JERDON., (T.C.) Illustrations of Indian Ornithology containing Fifty Figures of New, unfigured and Interesting Species of Birds, chiefly from the South of India. Madras, P.R. Hunt, American Mission Press, 1847, fifty hand coloured lithographed plates heightened with gum Arabic with tissue guards, 4to, 1/2 dark red gilt tooled Morocco, lettering and raised bands to spine, brown cloth boards £1000-£1500 619. ◊ ALEXANDER., William. Picturesque Representations of The Dress and Manners of the Chinese London, n.d. c.1814, T Maclean, 49 aquatint illustrations with hand colouring, sm 4to, full red morroco, top edge gilt £400-£600

619 (details) 620. ◊ Antiquarian illustrated Travel and Natural History comprising De Vries. S., Curieuse. Aen Merckingen der Bysonderste Oost en West-Indische, 1682, vol. II only, b&w engraved frontis., numerous engraved plates and maps, some folding, vellum; Astley Thomas, A New General of Voyages ad Travels: … in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America…. Also the Manners and Customs of the Several Inhabitants. London, 1747. volume IV (China & Tibet) only, numerous b&w engravings and maps, some folding, rebound green Morocco; Du Halde, Description Geographique, Historique .... de L’Empire de la Chine, Volume 2 only 1736, full calf, numerous b&w engravings, some folding contemporary calf; Pennant, Thomas, The View of Hindoostan, London, 1748, Vol 1., b&w folding map and engravings, full gilt tooled Morocco; Rev. Howard Malcom., Travels in SouthEastern Asia, 1839, 2 vols, full gilt tooled calf; Wright, Robert., Spicilegium Neigherrense or a selection of Neilgherry Plants Vol 1., Madras, approx. 100. coloured lithograph plates, some folding, marbled boards; Hume & Marshall The Game Birds of India, Burmah & Ceylon, 1878,79,80, in 3 vols, numerous chromolithographs, dec. green cloth + additional volume III, Stamford Raffles, The History of Java, vol. 1. 1830, second edition, and Prevost., Continuation de L’Histoire Generale Des Voyages; 1758 vols 72, 79, (qty) £150-£250 621. ◊ ANSON., George., WALTER, Richard, compiler. Voyage autour du monde, fait dans les anneés MDCCXL, I, II, III, IV. Geneva: Henri-Albert Gosse, 1750. title-page printed in red and black. 34 engraved folding plates, wood-engraved initials, 3 vols. bound as one, 12mo., contemporary mottled calf. Gilt dec. spine £150-£250

620 (detail) A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ◊ w i l l b e e xe m p t fro m VAT.



A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 622. ◊ General Antiquarian Sophoclis Tragoediae VII. Ex adverso respondet latina interpretatio, in qua verbum verbo reddidit Vitus Winsemius (VVinsemius). Carminum ratio ex Gul. Cantero diligenter observata, additis eius in totum Sophoclem notis., Heidelberg, 1597, title with woodcut vignette, text in Greek and Latin, full embossed calf; Bünting (Heinrich). Itinerarium totius sacrae scripturae. Or, the Travels of the Holy Patriarchs, 624 Prophets, Judges, Kings, our Saviour Christ, and his Apostles, as they are related in the Old and New Testaments. With a Description of the Townes and Places to which they travelled ... done into English by R. B., London, 1629, rebound, The Illustrious and Renowned History of the Seven Famous Champions of Christendom, seventeenth edition, woodcut illustrated, marbled boards, The Grand Magazine Vol II. 1759, The Imperial Magazine, 1760 and London Magazine 1763, all illustrated, a 19th century black and red Koran, other volumes etc., (qty) £80-£120 623. ◊ Atlas Classica, Being a Collection of Maps of the Countries Mentioned by the Ancient Authors both Sacred and Profane London, 1808, engraved title page and fifty-three hand coloured engraved maps and tables, some folding or double-paged, all plates complete as list, folio, half calf with marbled paper boards, together with A New Historical and Commercial System of Geography: Containing a Comprehensive History and Description of the Present State of All the Kingdoms of the World, Manchester, 1812, b.w. engraved frontispiece, fifteen b.w. engraved maps, twelve b.w. engraved views, two engravings relating to Captain Cook, folio, bound in full calf with gilt tooled surround, gilt tooled spine with five raised bands, pp. 693, (2) £100-£150 624. ◊ The Present State of Great Britain under the Auspicious Government of her most sacred Majesty Queen Anne London, 1707, b&w engraved frontispiece, 16mo, contemporary full tooled calf, pp.168 £100-£150 625. ◊ PAGITT., Ephraim., Chrisitanographie or The Description of the Multitude and Sundry Sorts of Christians in the World, not subject to the Pope London, 1636, for Matthew Costerden, 2nd enlarged edition, folding engraved map, two folding engraved maps, 4to, full tooled sheep, pp.115 £100-£150


629 (details) 626. ◊ Artemidorus (Daldianus ). Artemidori Daldiani & Achmetis Sereimi F. Oneirocritica. Astrampsychi & Nicephori versus etiam Oneirocritici. Nicolai Rigaltii ad Artemidorum notae four parts in one, Paris: Claudii Morelli, n.d. c.1603, title printed in red and black, Greek text with Latin translations, 4to, full calf, edges red £200-£300 627. ◊ COLONEL WELSH, James, Military Reminiscences; extracted from a Journal of Nearly Forty Year’s Active Service in the East Indies London, 2 vols. bound as one, Vol. I 1830 2nd edition, Vol. 2 1830 3rd edition, b&w aquatint plates, plans, and woodcut illustrations some folding, 1/2green calf, 8vo, pp 354 + 347 together with FORBES, James Oriental Memoirs Vol II only, London, 1813, 5 plates with contemporary hand colouring and 18 b&w engravings, 4to, 1/2 calf marbled boards, pp. 542., and ORME, Robert, A History of the Military Transactions of the British Nation in Indostan, Vol. II only, London, 1778, J. Nourse, 14 plates, of which 7 engraved folding maps and plans and 2 fold out engravings, 4to, full calf, pp. 739., (3) £80-£120 628. ◊ Tombleson’s Thames, [La Thamise] [Die Themse] Tombleson & Co., London, n.d. c. 1834, b.w. frontis., b.w. engraving fold out map of the Thames, 79 steel engraved plates, contemporary gilt tooled green calf back marbled boards, large 8vo., pp. 84., together with WRIGHT, G. N.; G. PETRIE, et al. [illustr.] Ireland Illustrated in a Series of Views of Cities, towns Public Buildings, streets, docks, churches, antiquities, abbeys, Towers etc., London, 1831, numerous b.w. steel engravings with tissue guards, + JONE’S VIEWS of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, &c. Of Noblemen And Gentlemen in ENGLAND SCOTLAND AND IRELAND vol. 2 only Jones & Co., London, c.1831, both calf backed marbled boards and Allen, John., History of the Borough of Liskeard and its Vicinity, London, 1856, cloth, enclosed a letter from the author, (4) £200-£300

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ◊ w i l l b e e xe m p t fro m VAT.

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 629. ◊ MAJOR SYMES., Michel., Relation de L’Ambassade Anglaise Envoyee En 1795 Dans Le Royaume D’Ava, Ou L’Empire Des Birmans Par le Major Michel Symes, ..., traduits De l’anglais avec des Notes, par J. Castera. Atlas volume only, Paris, chez F. Buisson, 1800, first French edition, library stamp to titles page, full page engraved map of the Burmese empire, folding engraved map of the Irrawaddy River by Thomas Wood, 28 engraved plates of monuments, people, botany and Burmese culture to include the taming of wild elephants, the Temple de SchoeMadou a Pegu and the ceromonial yacht of the Burmese Emperor, gilt dec. calf backed original dec. boards, folio £200-£300

632. ◊ NORDEN.,John., Speculi Britanniae Pars. A Topographical and Historical Description of Cornwall. By the Perambulation, View, and Delineation of John Norden London, 1728, engraved strapwork title page, dedication leaf, mileage chart, double page engraved map of Cornwall, ten double page engraved hundred maps and fourteen other engravings, 4to. marbled endpapers, without boards, pp 104., ex library £100-£200 633. ◊ TURNER., Samuel, Ambassade au Thibet et au Boutan., ... traduit de L’Anglais avcec des notes, par J. Castera Paris, F. Buisson, 1800, first French edition, plate volume only, fifteen engraved plates, including one folding engraved map, and two fold out, 4to, period calf back boards £100-£150

630. ◊ HELMAN., (-) Abrege Historique Des Principaux Traits De La Vie de Confucius Celebre Philosophe Chinois Paris, chez l’Auteur, de l’Academie de Lille en Flandre, [c.1785]. 24 engraved plates by Helman after original designs from China, text throughout, engraved title page, full calf, gilt dec. spine, large 8vo. £150-£200

631. ◊ LUDOLF, Hiob, A New History of Ethiopia, Being a Full and Accurate Description of the Kingdom of Abellina London, 1682, 1st English edition, seven engraved plates including six folding, a folding genealogical table and an engraved plate of the Ethiopian alphabet, lacking folding map, folio, full mottled calf boards, gilt tooled spine with five raised bands, marbled edges, bookplate for John Rolle, 1st Baron Rolle (1750-1842), pp. 398 £200-£400

634. ◊ DAPPER, Olfert, Naukeurige Beschryving van Asie: Behelfende de Gewesten van Mesopotamie, Babylonie, Assyrie, Anatolie of Klein Asie Amsterdam, Jacob van Meurs, 1680, two volumes bound as one, engraved title page, title page printed in red and black, sixteen folding plates, folio, bound in full mottled calf with gilt tooled border and gilt stamped royal arms below ‘Military Depot’, richly gilt tooled spine with six raised bands £1000-£1500

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ◊ w i l l b e e xe m p t fro m VAT.



635. ◊ CONFUCIUS, Confucius Sinarum Philosophus Sive Scientia Sinensis Latine Exposita Paris, Daniel Horthemels, 1687, four parts in one volume, one engraved folding plate depicting Confucius, engraved map to rear, numerous tables, genealogies and chronologies to the rear, 1914 bookplate to the von der Gabelentz family, hand-written name of one of the von der Gabelentz family, folio, full mottled calf binding, gilt tooled board edges, richly gilt tooled spine with impressed gilt title and six raised bands, marbled edges and endpapers, pp. cxxiv, 108, 21, 159, xx, 20, 8, 23-106 £2000-£3000 636. ◊ HOME, Robert, Select Views in Mysore, the Country of Tippoo Sultan London, 1794, twenty-nine engraved plates and four folding engraved maps, folio, half brown calf with marbled paper boards, spine blind tooled with five raised gilt tooled bands, pp. 48 £200-£300

638. ◊ ELLIS, Henry, Journal of the Proceedings of the Late Embassy to China London, John Murray, 1817, engraved frontispiece portrait of Lord Amherst, engraved folding map, engraved map plate and seven hand coloured aquatints, 4to, bound in half brown calf with marbled paper boards, gilt title to spine, pp. 526 £400-£600

639. ◊ KAEMPER, Englebert., De Beschryving van Japan, behelsende een verhaal van den ouden en tegenwoordigen Staat en Regeering van dat Ryk Amsterdam, 1729, first Dutch edition, half title, b&w engraved frontis, printed title in black and red, 48 plates, many folding including full map of Japan,folio, marbled wrappers, pp. 500 £800-£1200 640. ◊ POE, Edgar Allen & CLARKE, Harry (illustrator), Tales of Mystery and Imagination London, George G. Harrap, 1919, twenty four b.w. plates on glazed paper including a frontispiece, blind stamp to title page reads ‘for review. with compliments’, 4to, green cloth binding with black embossed lettering, gilt lettering to spine, pp. 382 £80-£120

637. ◊ HOME, Robert, Select Views in Mysore, the Country of Tippoo Sultan London, 1794, twenty-nine hand-coloured engraved plates and four folding engraved maps, folio, full red morocco with gilt tooled band to edge, spine with gilt tooling and five raised band, gilt edges and marbled end papers, pp. 48 £400-£600


641. ◊ CRAVEN, Elizabeth Lady, A Journey Through the Crimea to Constantinople in a Series of Letters... London, 1789, half-title page, folding map frontispiece, 6 engraved plates, some folding and some remounted, inscription to the front describes the book as from library of Lord Hartlech and bound by the National Library of Wales bindery, 4to, later binding of half red morocco, gilt impressed letters to spine with five raised bands, top edge of pages gilt, pp. 327 £150-£200

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ◊ w i l l b e e xe m p t fro m VAT.

A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 642. ◊ TACHARD, Guy, Voyage de Siam, des Peres Jesuites, Envoyés par le Roy aux Indes & à la Chine Paris, 1686, including twenty b.w. engraved plates, ten double page or folding, 4to, full brown calf binding with gilt tooled board edges, gilt tooled spine with five raised bands, pp. 424 £200-£300 643. ◊ AUTEROCHE, Jean-Baptiste (l’Abbé) Chappe, A Journey into Siberia Made by the Order of the King of France London, 1770, folding hand coloured engraved map, nine engraved plates of tables and scenes of Siberian people, some folding, 4to, full calf, gilt tooled spine with five raised bands, gilt tooling to board edges pp. 395 £200-£300

642 (detail)

643 (detail)

645 (details)

644. ◊ KEATE, George, An Account of the Pelew Islands, situated in the western part of the Pacific Ocean London, 1789, third edition, stipple engraved frontis, folding engraved map, 15 engraved plates with guards, (some stipple-engraved) including folding panorama, 4to, full contemporary calf, gilt tooled spine with raised bands, marbled endpapers, pp. 378 £180-£220 645. ◊ MASON, George Henry., The Punishments of China, illustrated by twentytwo engravings: with explanations in English and French London, printed for William Miller, Old Bond-Street, by Vulmer and Co. Cleveland-Row, St. James’s, c.1801, (plates watermarked 1836), 22 hand coloured stipple engravings, folio, contemporary gilt tooled full red morocco, gilt edged £400-£600

646 (details)

646. ◊ MASON, George Henry, The Costume of China, Illustrated by Sixty Engravings: with Explanations in English and French London, 1800, sixty hand coloured stipple-engraved plates some watermarked 1818, folio, a contemporary fine grained green morocco binding with blind and gilt-tooled decoration, gilt tooled spine with four raised bands, gilt page edges £600-£800 647. ◊ FREZIER., Amedee Francoise., A Voyage to the South-Sea and along the Coasts of Chili and Peru, in the Years 1712, 1713, and 1714 Particularly describing The Genius and Constitutions of the Inhabitants, as well as Spaniards; their Natural history, Mines, Commodities, Traffick with Europe, & c. with a postscript by Dr Edmund Halley, London, 1717, first English edition for Bowyer, title printed in red and black, 36 of 37 b&w copper engravings of which 18 fold out, 4to., contemporary full tooled speckled calf, ex-library, pp.335 £100-£200 A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ◊ w i l l b e e xe m p t fro m VAT.

647 (detail)


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 648. ◊ WILLIAMSON, Captain Thomas and HOWITT. Samuel illus., Oriental Field Sports Vol. I only London, 1808, Orme, twenty b&w aquatints, 4to, marbled endpapers, contemporary full tooled calf, pp. 306 £80-£120

651. ◊ ALDIN, Cecil: Various titles Rough and Tumble, 1910, Frowde & Stoughton, 4to ., 24 lithograph plates, linen backed pictorial illustrated green boards, Puppy Tails, n.d c.1912, Lawrence & Jellicoe, 16 lithograph plates, small 4to, linen back pictorial boards, Twins. 1909, Frowde & Stoughton, 4to ., 24 lithograph plates, linen backed pictorial illustrated green boards, (3) £70-£90 652. ◊ Allied Newspapers. A complete set in miniature of the works of William Shakespeare c.1930, 64mo., forty vols. black cloth, contained in a three tier plywood open trough bookcase, height 22.2cm £50-£80

649. ◊ Antiquarian children’s books: The Little Female Orators; or Nine Evenings Entertainment. printed for T Carnan, 65 St Pauls Churchyard, 1773, 2nd edition, twelve woodcut illustration, original patterned boards, small 32mo., pp. 106. together with a pamphlet, A VISIT To Those Respectable Ladies and Gentlemen, Living in ALPHABET-HALL; wherein the strictest Attention to Politeness and Good-breeding is constantly paid. Also, a Short Conversation between Nine or Ten Comical Figures: to which are added Virtuous Maxims of a good Child, & C., Taunton, printed by J. Poole, 1809, illustrated with 15 woodcuts some with colouring, original printed blue wrappers, large 64 mo., pp. 31 and The Ladder to Learning. A Select Collection of FABLES consisting of Words of ONE, TWO, AND THREE SYLLABLES; WITH ORIGINAL MORALS. ornamented with a great Variety of Engravings on WOOD. London printed for J. Harris, 1810 new edition, half blue morroco with blue card boards, 32 mo., pp 223, pen inscription ‘Edward Cardew bought with his own money saved, 1811’ and other owners inscriptions (3) £80-£120 650. ◊ Illustrated children’s books: HOLTING, Gustav, Erheterung Fur Kinder in Kleinen Fabel, Berlin, n.d. c.1860, twelve engravings with hand colouring original printed card wrappers, MACGREGOR, Angusine, The Bunny Book, The Story of The Frog Who Would A-Wooing Go, illustrated by Frank Adams, Blackie c.1915, green linen backed boards with pictorial inlay, Three Jolly Huntsmen, verse by Jessie Pope, illustrated by Frank Adams n.d c.1912 Old Time Jingles pictured by Frank Adams, Jack and Jill. Tom the Pipers’s Son. Sam the Sportsman. dec. yellow boards, Blackie’s Children’s Annual 1912, Blackie’s red Picture Book illustrated by John Hassall, R. Caldecott’s First Collection of Pictures and Songs, n.d. c.1900 Warne & Co, Daily Express Rupert Annuals 1947 + 1949, Everyday Fairy Book, The Wonderland Annual 1920. Tales From Tennyson by Nora Chesson etc., (qty) £80-£120


653. ◊ English Civil War Interest: Dymock, Colonel Thomas W., ‘England’s Dust and Ashes are rake up or The King and People beguiled....’, c. 1648, pamphlet, together with Britannophilus, Alethophilus Baesiluphilus, ‘Cromwell’s recall. Or, The petition of the zealous Fraternity, convented iniquity, at the House of John Goodwin arch-flamin of England...’, published by Darby-house, London, 1649, b&w engraved frontis, pamphlet, 12mo, lacking end papers, each page mounted to paper, (2) £200-£300 654. ◊ Fitzgerald (Edward) Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, illustrated by Willy Pogany London, 1930, numbered limited edition of 659/750 copies for England, signed by Willy Pogany, dry point etching signed by the artist, twelve tipped in colour plates, mounted monochrome illustrations throughout, 4to., t.e.g., original gilt dec. teal full morocco, original tissue wrappers and card box £100-£150 655. ◊ Lawrence. T.E., Seven Pillars of Wisdom First published for general circulation, 1935, Jonathan Cape, gilt dec. brown cloth £40-£60 656. ◊ Brighton. Wright., c., Rambles in the Vicinity of Brighton Brighton, 1818, 12mo., rebound half red morooco, marbled boards, brown cloth slipcase, pp. 112, and Bishop., John George “A Peep into the Past:” Brighton in the olden time, with glances at the present. Brighton, 1880, numerous b&w illustration including a full reprint of The Brighthelmston directory for 1800 by Edward Cobby, rebound green half morocco, marbled boards, pp.390., (2) £80-£120 657. ◊ Doomsday Book Studies Kent & Sussex Alecto Historical Editions, London, 1987, folio, each formed of 3 vols, Studies, Introduction and Folios & Maps, in slipcases, (2) £40-£60

A b u y e r’s p re m i u m o f 24% i n c l u s iv e o f VAT @ 2 0% w i l l b e a p p l i e d t o e a c h l o t. Lo t s m a rke d ◊ w i l l b e e xe m p t fro m VAT.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS AND BUYERS Each auction is prepared in advance and is on public view at the saleroom for one day before the sale, and the morning of the sale. No passes or appointments are required

CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS All lots are offered subject to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd’s Conditions of Business ESTIMATES AND RESERVES


Estimates are published as a guide only and are subject to review. The actual hammer price of a lot may be higher or lower than the range of figures given and there are no predetermined starting prices. Estimates may be subject to revision. Published estimates are exclusive of buyer’s premium and VAT

Payment is due in sterling immediately after the sale and before purchases can be released. Payment in person can be made in the saleroom on the day of the auction. After this, payments must be made by post, card transactions by telephone or electronic transfer to our bank. Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd welcomes the following methods of payment:

All lots are subject to reserves. The reserve price is never higher than the low pre-sale estimate


We are pleased to accept Debit Cards

A buyer’s premium of 24% is applicable to all the lots in this sale. The buyer’s premium is inclusive of VAT at the current standard rate (20%), Lots are normally offered for sale under the auctioneers margin scheme and VAT is payable on the buyer’s premium by all buyers Lots marked with a dagger † will be offered under normal UK VAT rules and VAT will be charged on both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium Lots marked with a  will be exempt from VAT PRE-SALE EXHIBITION All auctions are on public view the day before the sale and on the morning of the sale CONDITION REPORTS All prospective bidders are encouraged to attend the pre-sale exhibition and view the lots in person. If this is not possible, we will be pleased to provide a brief condition report where practical. All condition reports are provided in good faith. Buyers are reminded that it is their responsibility to satisfy themselves of the condition of lots. All weights and measurements are approximate only. Please refer to Conditions of Business for further information

STERLING BANKER’S DRAFT OR BUILDING SOCIETY CHEQUE We are pleased to accept a Sterling Banker’s Draft or a Building Society cheque drawn on a recognised UK bank or building society STERLING CHEQUE OR CASH Cheques are not acceptable tender unless agreed in advance by Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd. We are no longer accepting cash. ELECTRONIC AND WIRE TRANSFERS Wire transfers can be made directly to our bank: National Westminster Bank plc 33 High Street West Wickham Kent BR4 0WH Sort Code: 60-23-22


Account Number: 79995810

To bid with us you must register to obtain a bidding number. You will be asked to provide proof of identity. All lots sold will be invoiced in the name and address in which the paddle has been registered and will not and cannot be transferred to other names or addresses. If you instruct an agent to bid on your behalf, you will need to provide a letter of authority to this effect.

Account Name: Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd



Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd is pleased to execute bids on behalf of clients unable to attend the sale in person. All bids should be submitted in writing and in good time, no later than 4.00pm on the day prior to the sale. No absentee or telephone bidding requests will be accepted without a landline telephone number. Lots will be purchased as cheaply as possible (subject to other bids received, reserves and competition in the saleroom), It will be possible to arrange auction room telephone bidding, but subject always to the availability of lines and staffing. These services are offered free of charge and are subject to our Conditions of Business

IBAN: GB47 NWBK 6023 2279 9958 10 Swift Code: NWBKGB2L BIC: NWBK GB 2L



CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS FOR SELLERS The Conditions of Business for Sellers govern all aspects of the consignment, report, holding and sale of Property by Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd and the Conditions of Business for Buyers, as printed in sale catalogues and available from Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd upon request. Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd act as agent for Sellers. Conditions of Business for Buyers and/or Sellers may be amended by additional terms printed in the sale catalogue and/or by notices posted up in the saleroom or announced by the auctioneer. DEFINITIONS “Seller” is the owner of the Property, their agent, executors or the person in possession of the Property (as appropriate) “The Company” means Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd., Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley, BR1 3RA, Company registration number “Seller’s Commission” is the commission The Company charges Sellers of Property. “Expenses” are The Company’s expenses, fees and charges relating to the Property, including legal expenses, insurance charges, illustration fees, administration fees, customs duties, shipping and packing costs and any other expenses and VAT on these amounts “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission The Company charges Buyers of Property “Hammer Price” is the highest bid for the Property accepted by the auctioneer “Reserve Price” is the minimum Hammer Price at which the Property may be sold, as agreed between the Seller and The Company “Net Sale Proceeds” are the proceeds of sale actually received by The Company, less Seller’s Commission, Buyer’s Premium and Expenses. “Property” means any item or items of any kind accepted by The Company with a view to its or their sale at auction “Buyer” means the bidder (including a commission bidder) whom The Company has accepted by the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer “Deliberate Forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description. The Seller’s Commission, Hammer Price, Buyer’s Premium and all Expenses are subject to VAT, where applicable

1. SELLER’S WARRANTIES (a) The Seller warrants to The Company and the Buyer that:(i) the Seller is the owner of the Property or is properly authorised to sell it; (ii) the Seller shall transfer possession and good title in the Property to the Buyer, free from any third party claims; (iii) the Seller has provided all relevant information about the ownership, condition, authenticity, attribution, provenance and import/export history of the Property; (iv) there are no copyright or other restrictions on The Company’s rights to produce and publish images of the Property. (b) The Seller will indemnify The Company, its directors, employees, officers and Buyers of the Property against all losses and damages resulting from a breach of any of these warranties or other Conditions of Business. The Company may cancel, rescind or postpone sales of Property where it reasonably believes that there has been or may be a breach of these warranties or any other Conditions of Business by the Seller

Company’s standard rates. The Company reserves the right to pay out of its commissions a fee to any third party introducing Sellers or Property to it (f) Sellers are prohibited from bidding on their own Property.

3. WITHDRAWAL OF PROPERTY (a) If the Seller withdraws any Property from sale after their written agreement to sell it, The Company may charge the Seller 50% of the Seller’s Commission and Buyer’s Premium that The Company would have received had the Property sold at its mid estimate, plus all Expenses (the “Withdrawal Fee”), (b) The Company may withdraw any Property from sale without liability for any of the following reasons:- if (i) it reasonably believes that the authenticity or attribution is questionable; (ii) it reasonably believes that the Seller’s Warranties or other Conditions of Business have been breached; (iii) there is a competing ownership claim or lien over the Property; (iv) the Property does not have all licences and permits required by law, including those required under the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES); (v) the condition of the Property has deteriorated since consignment; (vi) the auction has been postponed for any reason. (c) If the Property is withdrawn for any of reasons 3(b)(ii), or (iii) the Seller shall pay the Withdrawal Fee, as per Condition 3(a), If withdrawn for any other reason, the Property shall be returned to the Seller at the Seller’s expense.

4. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY (a) The Company shall not be liable for any errors or omissions in any written or oral information provided to Sellers or for acts or omissions relating to the conduct of the auction or any other matter relating to the sale of Property, whether negligent or otherwise, subject always to Condition 4(c), (b) Without prejudice to Condition 4(a), any claim against The Company shall be limited to the Net Sale Proceeds for the relevant Property. The Company shall not in any circumstances be liable for any indirect or consequential losses (c) The Company’s liability to the Seller in respect of death or personal injury caused by The Company’s negligent acts or omissions shall not be excluded or limited

5. LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY (a) Unless otherwise agreed in writing, The Company will assume the risk of loss or damage to Property received from the Seller until:(i) risk passes to the Buyer; or (ii) if unsold, 30 days after the sale or when released to the Seller (whichever is earlier); or (iii) 6 months after receipt of the Property by The Company, if not consigned for sale (b) If damage or loss occurs whilst the Property is at the risk of The Company, the maximum amount of The Company’s liability shall be: (i) the Hammer Price of the Property, if sold;


(ii) the Reserve Price of the Property or as otherwise stated on the Property Receipt, if unsold; or

(a) The Company shall have sole discretion as to how Property is described, illustrated and marketed, and the date, venue and conduct of the sale.

(iii) the mid estimate, if not offered for sale (or The Company’s reasonable estimate of auction value where there are no pre-sale estimates);

(b) All oral or written estimates, appraisals and reports are statements of opinion only, and may not be relied upon as a prediction of the sale price and may be revised from time to time by The Company. The Company is not responsible for error of description (made either orally or in any catalogue) or for the genuineness or authenticity of any lot

less Seller’s Commission and Expenses

(c) The Company may, without obligation, consult with third party experts and carry out such other research for the Property as it deems necessary. The Company may transfer possession of the Property to such third parties and shall not be responsible for the acts and omissions of such third parties (d) The Company shall have the absolute right to produce and publish images of any Property consigned for sale and will retain copyright in any such images it produces (e) The Company will charge a Buyer’s Premium on the sale of the Property at The


(c) The Company will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by:- (i) normal wear and tear, gradual deterioration or inherent vice or defect; (ii) errors in processing; (iii) war or radioactive contamination

6. VAT If any Property is an asset of the Seller’s business, the Seller must notify The Company on delivery of the Property to The Company, whether or not he is registered for VAT purposes and if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends to operate the VAT Used Goods Scheme covering amongst other goods, works of art and antiques


re-sale plus all relevant Expenses

If any Property fails to sell at auction, The Company shall be entitled for a period of 35 days after the auction to sell the Property privately for no less than the Reserve Price (unless otherwise agreed with the Seller) and on the terms of these Conditions of Business.

(c) If the Seller deposits the Property with The Company for more than 1 year and neither collects or consigns it for sale, The Company shall be entitled to sell such Property at a future sale conducted by The Company or elsewhere, with estimates and reserves at The Company’s discretion, after giving the Seller 60 days written notice sent to the Seller’s last known address

8. PAYMENT OF NET SALE PROCEEDS (a) Subject in all cases to prior receipt of cleared funds by The Company and subject to rescission of the sale under Condition 10, 35 days after the sale date or 5 working days after receipt of cleared funds from the Buyer (whichever is later), The Company shall send the Seller the Net Sale Proceeds in pounds sterling, less any other amounts owed by the Seller to The Company. (b) The Company shall not be obliged to check the ability of Buyers to pay for Property and shall have absolute discretion whether to use any of the rights and remedies against defaulting Buyers contained in the Conditions of Business for Buyers.

9. UNSOLD/ UNCOLLECTED PROPERTY (a) The Company will advise Sellers whether or not their Property has sold. Unsold Property may either:(i) be reconsigned for sale; or (ii) be collected by the Seller, in which case a Reduced Commission of 50% of the Seller’s Commission may be payable calculated as if the Property sold for its Reserve Price (where applicable), plus relevant Expenses. (b) If the Seller does not reconsign or collect the Property within 60 days of the auction as per Condition 8(a) (i) or (ii) above, The Company shall be released from any duty of bailment and may in its sole discretion be entitled to:-

10. RESCISSION OF SALES The Company may rescind the sale where it reasonably believes that the Property is a Deliberate Forgery, in which case The Company shall send the Seller a notice of such rescission. The Seller agrees to return to The Company the Net Sale Proceeds received from the sale of such Property together with any additional Expenses incurred by The Company. The Company will return the Property to the Seller upon receipt of the Net Sale Proceeds and Expenses, unless prevented from doing so for reasons beyond The Company’s control

11. DATA PROTECTION (a) The Company will use information supplied by Sellers or otherwise obtained lawfully by The Company for the provision of auction related services, client administration, marketing and as otherwise required by law. (b) By agreeing to these Conditions of Business, the Seller agrees to the processing of their personal information and to the disclosure of such information to third parties world-wide for the purposes outlined in Condition 11(a),


(i) transfer the Property to independent storage at the Seller’s expense; or

(a) If any part of these Conditions of Business be held unenforceable, the remaining parts shall remain in full force and effect

(ii) re-offer the Property at auction for no less than 50% of the original Reserve Price agreed with the Seller (where applicable), and subject to the Seller’s Commission on the

b) These Conditions of Business shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law under the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, in favour of The Company.



(a) The contractual relationship of Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd and Sellers with prospective Buyers is governed by:

(a) THE COMPANYs knowledge of lots is partly dependent on information provided by the Seller and THE COMPANY is unable to exercise exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Each lot is available for examination before sale. Bidders are responsible for carrying out examinations and research before sale to satisfy themselves over the condition of lots and accuracy of descriptions

(i) these Conditions of Business for Buyers; (ii) the Conditions of Business for Sellers displayed in the saleroom and available from Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd; (iii) any additional notices and terms printed in the sale catalogue, in each case as amended by any saleroom notice or auctioneer’s announcement (b) As auctioneer, Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd acts as agent for the Seller. Occasionally, Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd may own or have a financial interest in a lot

2. DEFINITIONS “Bidder” is any person making, attempting or considering making a bid, including Buyers; “Buyer” is the person who makes the highest bid or offer accepted by the auctioneer, including a Buyer’s principal when bidding as agent; “Seller” is the person offering a lot for sale, including their agent, or executors; “THE COMPANY” means Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd., registered office: Lygon House, 50 London Road, Bromley BR1 3RA. Company Registration number: 08020183; “Buyer’s Expenses” are any costs or expenses due to Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers Ltd from the Buyer; “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission payable by the Buyer on the Hammer Price at the current rate of 24% (inc VAT); “Hammer Price” is the highest bid for the Property accepted by the auctioneer at the auction or the post auction sale price; “Purchase Price” is the Hammer Price plus applicable Buyer’s Premium and Buyer’s Expenses; “Reserve Price” (where applicable) is the minimum Hammer Price at which the Seller has agreed to sell a lot The Buyer’s Premium, Buyer’s Expenses and Hammer Price are subject to VAT, where applicable

(b) All oral and/or written information provided to Bidders relating to lots, including descriptions in the catalogue, condition reports or elsewhere are statements of THE COMPANY’s opinion and not representations of fact. Each lot is sold by the Seller with any and all errors of description, faults and imperfections. All weights and measurements are approximate and should not be relied upon as fact. Estimates may not be relied on as a prediction of the selling price or value of the lot and may be revised from time to time at THE COMPANY’s absolute discretion

4. EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY TO BUYERS (a) THE COMPANY shall refund the Purchase Price to the Buyer in circumstances where it deems that the lot is a Counterfeit (b) Subject to Condition 4(a), neither THE COMPANY nor the Seller: (i) is liable for any errors or omissions in any oral or written information provided to Bidders by THE COMPANY, whether negligent or otherwise; (ii) gives any guarantee or warranty to Bidders and any implied warranties and conditions are excluded (save in so far as such obligations cannot be excluded by English law), other than the express warranties given by the Seller to the Buyer (for which the Seller is solely responsible) under the Conditions of Business for Sellers; (iii) accepts responsibility to Bidders for acts or omissions (whether negligent or otherwise) by THE COMPANY in connection with the conduct of auctions or for any matter relating to the sale of any lot (c) Without prejudice to Condition 4(b), any claim against THE COMPANY and/ or the Seller by a Bidder is limited to the Purchase Price for the relevant lot. Neither THE COMPANY nor the Seller shall be liable for any indirect or consequential losses (d) Nothing in Condition 4 shall exclude or limit the liability of THE COMPANY or the Seller for death or personal injury caused by the negligent acts or omissions of THE COMPANY or the Seller

continued over page


A N T IQU ES & COL L ECTA BL ES 5. BIDDING AT AUCTION (a) THE COMPANY has absolute discretion to refuse admission to the auction. Before sale, Bidders must complete a Registration Form and supply such information and references as THE COMPANY requires. Bidders are personally liable for their bid and are jointly and severally liable with their principal, if bidding as agent (in which case THE COMPANY’s prior and express consent must be obtained) (b) THE COMPANY advises Bidders to attend the auction, but THE COMPANY will endeavour to execute absentee written bids provided that they are, in THE COMPANY’s opinion, received in sufficient time and in legible form (c) When available, written and telephone bidding is offered as a free service at the Bidder’s risk and subject to THE COMPANY’s other commitments; THE COMPANY is therefore not liable for failure to execute such bids. Telephone bidding may be recorded

Purchase Price and the amount achieved on re-sale, including all costs incurred in such re-sale; (g) Exercise a lien over any Buyer’s Property in THE COMPANY’s possession, applying the sale proceeds to any amounts owed by the Buyer to THE COMPANY. THE COMPANY shall give the Buyer 14 days written notice before exercising such lien; (h) commence legal proceedings to recover the Purchase Price for the lot, plus interest and legal costs; (i) disclose the Buyer’s details to the Seller to enable the Seller to commence legal proceedings



(a) If the Buyer pays the Purchase Price but does not collect the lot within 10 working days of the auction, the lot will be stored at the Buyer’s expense and risk at THE COMPANY’s premises or in independent storage

THE COMPANY and the Seller make no representations or warranties as to whether any lot is subject to import, export or copyright restrictions. It is the Buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any copyright clearance or any necessary import, export or other licence required by law, including licenses required by law under the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES)

(b) If a lot is paid for but uncollected within 1 month of the auction, following 60 days written notice to the Buyer, THE COMPANY will re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at THE COMPANY’s discretion. The sale proceeds, less all THE COMPANY’s costs, will be forfeited unless collected by the Buyer within 2 years of the original auction



(a) The auctioneer has discretion to refuse bids, withdraw or re-offer lots for sale (including after the fall of the hammer) if (s)he believes that there may be an error or dispute, and may also take such other action as (s)he reasonably deems necessary.(b) The auctioneer will commence and advance the bidding in such increments as (s)he considers appropriate and is entitled to place bids on the Seller’s behalf up to the Reserve Price for the lot, where applicable

(a) THE COMPANY will use information supplied by Bidders or otherwise obtained lawfully by THE COMPANY for the provision of auction related services, client administration, marketing and as otherwise required by law (b) By agreeing to these Conditions of Business, the Bidder agrees to the processing of their personal information and to the disclosure of such information to third parties worldwide for the purposes outlined in Condition 11(a) and to Sellers as per Condition 9(i)

(c) Subject to Condition 7(a), the contract between the Buyer and the Seller is concluded on the striking of the auctioneer’s hammer (d) Any post-auction sale of lots shall incorporate these Conditions of Business

8. PAYMENT AND COLLECTION (a) Unless otherwise agreed in advance, payment of the Purchase Price is due in pounds sterling immediately after the auction (the “Payment Date”) (b) Title in a lot will not pass to the Buyer until THE COMPANY has received the Purchase Price in cleared funds. THE COMPANY will generally not release a lot to a Buyer before payment. Earlier release shall not affect passing of title or the Buyer’s obligation to pay the Purchase Price, as above (c) The refusal of any licence or permit required by law, as outlined in Condition 6, shall not affect the Buyer’s obligation to pay for the lot, as per Condition 8(a) (d) The Buyer must arrange collection of lots immediately after the sale on the day of the auction, or until 12noon on the day after the auction; failing this, only on prior agreement, a mutually convenient day agreed by The Company and the Buyer. Purchased lots are at the Buyer’s risk from the earlier of (i) collection or release to a nominated carrier (ii) 5 working days after the auction. Until risk passes, THE COMPANY will compensate the Buyer for any loss or damage to the lot up to a maximum of the Purchase Price actually paid by the Buyer. THE COMPANY’s assumption of risk is subject to the exclusions detailed in Condition 5(d) of the Conditions of Business for Sellers. (e) All packing and handling of lots is at the Buyer’s risk. THE COMPANY will not be liable for any acts or omissions of third party packers or shippers

9. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT Without prejudice to any rights that the Seller may have, if the Buyer without prior agreement fails to make payment for the lot within 5 working days of the auction, THE COMPANY may in its sole discretion exercise 1 or more of the following remedies:(a) store the lot at its premises or elsewhere at the Buyer’s sole risk and expense; (b) cancel the sale of the lot;

12. MISCELLANEOUS (a) All images of lots, catalogue descriptions and all other materials produced by THE COMPANY are the copyright of THE COMPANY (b) These Conditions of Business are not assignable by any Buyer without THE COMPANY’s prior written consent, but are binding on Bidders’ successors, assigns and representatives (c) The materials listed in Condition 1(a) set out the entire agreement between the parties (d) If any part of these Conditions of Business be held unenforceable, the remaining parts shall remain in full force and effect (e) These Conditions of Business shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law, under the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, in favour of THE COMPANY.

13. ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHTS From 14th February 2006 all UK art market professionals (which includes, but is not limited to; auctioneers, dealers, galleries, agents and other intermediaries) are required to collect a royalty payment for all works of art that have been produced by living artists. This payment is only calculated on qualifying works of art which are sold for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000 – the UK sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates, for an estimate of the current UK sterling equivalent, please refer to the front of this catalogue. It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with the actual EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the sale in this regard. The actual qualifying threshold will be calculated by the Artist’s Resale Right Service Hub based on the European Central Bank reference rate published at 2.15pm on the day of the sale, and can be found on All items in this catalogue that are marked with ‡ are potentially qualifying items, and the royalty charge will be applied if the hammer price achieved is more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000. The royalty charge will be added to all relevant invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty charges are paid to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’), no handling costs or additional fees with respect to these charges will be retained by the auctioneer.

(e) charge interest at 4% per annum above NatWest Bank Base Rate from the Payment Date to the date that the Purchase Price is received in cleared funds;

The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000, but less than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 is 4% payable by the buyer. For qualifying items that sell for more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges will apply – for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please see There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge.

(f) re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at THE COMPANY’s discretion, in which case the Buyer will be liable for any shortfall between the original

For all questions relating the regulations regarding Droit de Suite royalty charges, please see, telephone +44 (0) 845 410 3410, or email

(c) set off any amounts owed to the Buyer by THE COMPANY against any amounts owed to THE COMPANY by the Buyer for the lot; (d) reject future bids from the Buyer;


Entries now invited

Antiques & Collectables April 2022 To be included in the forthcoming sale

A pair of naive 18th century watercolours by George Wood (English, active mid-18th century), topographical views of Dunster Castle and Minehead £3,000-5,000

Closing for entries early March 2022

Chislehurst Business Centre 1 Bromley Lane Chislehurst Kent BR7 6LH Tel: 0208 468 1010 07808 737 694