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Auction Catalogue

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

Tuesday 21st November & Wednesday 22nd November 2017

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Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

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Fine Art & Antiques


Tuesday 30th & Wednesday 31st January 2018

Newton’s terrestrial and celestial globes Estimate: £10,000-15,000 (+ fees)










TWO DAY AUCTION on Tuesday 21st November 2017 at 10am and Wednesday 22nd November 2017 at 10am Viewing Sunday 19th November 10am-4pm Monday 20th November 9am-5pm Sale mornings 8.30am-10am

Prinknash Abbey Park Gloucestershire GL4 8EU

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All Lots offered subject to Chorley’s Terms of Sale, as published at the back of this catalogue and available on our website.

If you cannot attend the auction to view in person, you will find many additional images and some condition reports in our online catalogue at Please contact us with any specific questions and we will be pleased to help.

BIDDING: There are a number of ways to bid at our auctions ● In person ● Commission (absentee) bid ● Telephone bid ● Online via third-party website See our website or contact us for further information. INTERNET PLATFORMS: Live internet bidding is available for this auction on these platforms: additional 3% fee (3.6% incl. VAT)

no additional fee. additional 5% fee (6% incl. VAT). COLLECTION: It is the responsibility of the purchaser to make collection arrangements. All purchased lots in this auction must be paid for and collected from Chorley’s salerooms by 5pm on Friday 24th November. Any items remaining after this time will be removed to storage at the purchaser’s expense.

FEES: Buyer’s premium (+ VAT at 20%) will be charged to the purchaser on top of the hammer price of each lot purchased, at the following rates: 20% (24% incl. VAT) on the first £100,000 15% (18% incl. VAT) on the excess between £100,000.01 and £500,000 12.5% (15% incl. VAT) on the excess between £500,000.01 and £1,000,000 10% (12% incl. VAT) on any balance exceeding £1,000,000 Artist’s Resale Right (ARR) derives from a European Directive and came into force in the UK in 2006. Living artists and the descendants of artists deceased within the last 70 years are entitled to receive a resale royalty each time their work is bought. The right only applies when the sale price reaches or exceeds the sterling equivalent of €1,000. The fee is calculated on a sliding scale and charged to the buyer as a percentage of the hammer price, and in addition to the buyer’s premium. ARR is not subject to VAT. Please note ARR is calculated in Euros and the auctioneers will apply current exchange rates. This fee is passed on by Chorley’s to the artist’s collecting society. Applies to lots with hammer value over €1,000 as follows: €1,000 to €50,000 – 4%, €50,000.01 to €200,000 – 3% €200,000.01 to €350,000 – 1%, €350,000.01 to €500,000 – 0.5% Exceeding €500,000 – 0.25%. ARR is capped at €12,500 Credit Card Payments will incur a handling fee of 3% (3.6% incl. VAT) of the total invoice. Cash Payments accepted to a maximum of £1,000.

Catalogue £10

Gloucestershire's Fine Art Auctioneers The beautiful grounds of Prinknash Abbey are located in the heart of the Cotswolds, midway between Cheltenham, Cirencester, Stroud and Gloucester and easily accessible from the M5 / M4 / M40. Chorley's salerooms can be found next to the Abbey's popular tea rooms, and there is always plentiful parking which makes delivering and collecting items easy. We conduct frequent auctions of high quality antiques and art, as well as offering valuation services for private and corporate clients. Our experienced valuers and saleroom staff are bound by the values of integrity, honesty and professionalism and we are members of the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers (SOFAA) and the Association of Accredited Auctioneers (AAA). Our salerooms are open for free appraisals every Friday between 10am and 4pm. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

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DAY ONE Tuesday 21st November 2017 at 10am Postcards including the Alan & Joan Tucker Collection Photographs & Autographs Books & Manuscripts Dolls, Toys & Games Glass Ceramics Asian Works of Art Textiles Pewter & Metalwares Miscellaneous Items Sculpture & Works of Art Clocks Carpets & Rugs Furniture & Furnishings Prints Drawings & Watercolours Oil Paintings Champagne, Wine & Port



1-116 120-141 145-229 230-288 290-302 305-348 349-369 370-380 385-404 410-446 450-458 465-473 480-490 500-598 605-621 625-676 680-699 700-754

7 12 13 18 22 22 24 25 25 25 27 28 28 29 35 36 38 41

DAY TWO Wednesday 22nd November 2017 at 10am Modern Prints, Drawings & Watercolours Modern Oil Paintings Modern Sculpture & Works of Art Modern Furniture & Design Studio Pottery & Art Glass Watches Objets de Vertu Jewellery Plate & Foreign White Metal Silver

Lots 760-879 884-966 967-976 979-1049 1050-1092 1100-1121 1125-1131 1140-1257 1260-1298 1300-1474

Page 44 52 63 63 67 70 72 73 82 84

Explanation of Cataloguing Practice Pictures


When offering Oil Paintings, Watercolours and Drawings, a picture code is used. Using one artist's name we illustrate below the manner of attributing the pictures in the catalogue.

Furniture, porcelain, bronzes, etc are attributed as follows:

Arthur Devis In our opinion a work by the artist.

Attributed to Arthur Devis In our opinion a work possibly by or partly by the artist.

A Sheraton period In our opinion made at the same time that Sheraton was active.

Sheraton style or of Sheraton design In our opinion of later manufacture.

Dated 1660

School of Arthur Devis

In our opinion a genuine date.

In our opinion a work contemporary with the artist and showing his influence.

Carved with the date 1660

Manner of Arthur Devis In our opinion a work in the artist's style and of a later date.

After Devis In our opinion a copy of a known work by the artist (of any date).

Signed, Dated, Inscribed In our opinion the work has been signed/dated/inscribed by the artist.

Bears Signature; Bears a Date; Bears an Inscription

In our opinion a later decoration.

A Derby figure In our opinion a figure from the Derby factory.

Possibly Derby In our opinion this is similar to a Derby product.

By In our opinion made by the artist or modeller in question.

After In our opinion made by another artist or modeller as a copy of the original.

In our opinion the signature/date/inscription is by a hand other than the artist.

Dimensions These are given height before width.

Symbols ARR Lot subject to Artist’s Resale Right (see page 1 for further information) ◆ Lot contains an element of pre-1947 ivory (export restrictions may apply) † Lot subject to VAT on the hammer price, as well as on the Buyer’s Premium.

Condition Condition information is not usually provided in our printed catalogue, but is available upon request. Further images and some condition reports can be viewed on our online catalogue at The absence of a condition report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. Books are not collated unless stated and are not guaranteed to be complete. Purchasers of old wines must assure themselves regarding ullage levels, labels, etc. No returns will be accepted. Catalogue produced by Pardy & Son (Printers) Ltd

Day One Tuesday 21st November 2017

The Alan & Joan Tucker Collection of Postcards & Children’s Books

Alan and Joan Tucker

Alan and Joan Tucker were known to many Gloucestershire residents because of the bookselling business they established in Stroud in 1962. Starting with selling second-hand books in a small shop on Hill Street, in 1967 they moved into Station Road where they sold new, second-hand and children’s books for the next thirty years. The Tuckers also supplied books to schools and colleges across Gloucestershire, Avon and beyond. Alan Tucker was born in North Devon and followed his father into the Grocery trade after leaving school. Both worked for Burton’s (subsumed into Fine Fare in the early 1960s), a national chain based in Nottingham. As an Apprentice Grocer, it was there he met Joan who had progressed from the city’s Manning School to Teacher Training College in Tooting. They had met at a record club but, critically, both believed in self-education and learning through reading. Joan specialized in teaching infants to read, while Alan had been an avid reader from the age of eight. They married in 1958. After opening Burton’s first supermarket in Gloucester, Alan was posted to open Stroud’s first supermarket, on King Street, which proved to be highly successful. The Tuckers lived in a tied flat above the shop, so when Alan took the decision to leave and start up his own bookshop, they needed to find a new home. A butty boat was bought and moored on the Stroudwater canal near Saul Junction, providing a home for the next five years (this turned out to be very good experience for when Joan later joined the Board of the Company of Proprietors of the Stroudwater Navigation and was appointed as its archivist!). In 2006, the Tuckers retired and asked Simon Chorley to auction much of their remaining stock from the shop, although Alan continued to sell second-hand books online to customers around the world until shortly before his death earlier this year. The Books section of this auction includes a good quantity of volumes from Alan and Joan’s private collection, including many children’s books, volumes on fables and folksong and toy collecting. The highlight is a rare set of first edition copies of the Swallows and Amazons series by Arthur Ransome, in original dust jackets. Joan Tucker had always been interested in local history and was persuaded in 1977 to compile a Stroud volume in the “As It Was” series of books of old postcards. Once started, her interest was sparked and her passion for collecting old postcards continued until her death in 2013. Her collection includes many hundreds of Real Photograph cards detailing Stroud and its environs. Joan favoured social history and building-related themes: follies, lighthouses, noncomformist churches and, notably, vernacular houses that, once tracked down, Alan photographed to compare a contemporary view against the Victorian image. Joan wrote a number of books about Stroud, the Stroudwater Navigation and Ferries in Gloucestershire, which often featured photographs from her postcard collection as illustrations. Acting as Joan’s taxi driver for trips to postcard fairs, Alan started his own collection of old Japanese postcards. This came from a fascination with the Orient, satisfied only in part when he had been posted as an NCO to Malaya for his National Service. The majority of cards in the collection are in wonderful condition and offer a fascinating glimpse of a bygone age.

Postcards including the Collection of the late Alan and Joan Tucker, of Stroud, Gloucestershire Foreign (used and unused circa 1905-1929 and later) 1. A quantity of topographical picture postcards Madeira (100), Egypt (30), Italy and others (approximately 200) and four small book books pictures of Milano, Pompei, Napoli and Roma £80-100 (+Fees*) 2. A quantity of topographical picture postcards, Japan (500) including Mt. Fuji, Matsushima, Otaru, Tokyo, Hayama, Sakurajima, the ruins of the Grand Hotel Yokohama, Nikko, Bingo, costumes, garden scenes, etc. £80-120 (+Fees*) 3. A quantity of picture postcards, Japan (460) including costumes, woodcuts, etc., (20) topographical including Hakone, Tokaido, Gongen, Kyoto, Osaka, Himeji, Kobe, etc. (440) see illustration £50-80 (+Fees*)

4. A quantity of picture postcards, Africa (16), Algeria (6), Austria (2), Belgium (8), Burma (2), Ceylon (12), China (7), Czechoslovakia (2), Denmark (17), Egypt (20), Finland (8), France (25), Germany (11), Greece (12), India (22), Italy (9), Madeira (39), Malaya (8), Malta (6), Morocco (21), Netherlands (3), Norway (12), Palestine (19), Poland (20), Spain (5), South Africa (2), Sweden (8), Switzerland (2), Turkey (6) and West Indies (9) £80-120 (+Fees*) 5. A quantity of picture postcards, New Zealand (26), Tasmania (10), Australia (100), U.S.A. (108) and Canada (60) £100-150 (+Fees*)

Miscellaneous (Used and unused 1900-1929 and later) 6. A quantity of greeting and other postcards (200) including examples by W Carruthers, E H Clapsaddle, A Webb, Michael Tuck & Sons, Ethel Parkinson, etc. £100-150 (+Fees*) 7. A quantity of RP postcards, portrait groups, sporting pursuit groups and others (100) see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

8. A quantity of picture postcards, archaeology, including Chedworth, Old Sarum, Aldborough, Stoneyhurst, Barcovicus, etc. (approximately 130), circa 1905-1930 £60-80 (+Fees*) 9. A quantity of theatre advertising postcards, including Albert Hall, Lyric Theatre, His Majesty’s Theatre, New Theatre, Princes Theatre, Lyceum Theatre, Globe Theatre, Savoy Theatre, Garrick, etc. (approximately 40) see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 10. A quantity of theatre advertising postcards, including Daly’s Theatre, Apollo Theatre, Queen’s Theatre, Strand Theatre, Lyric Theatre, Wyndham’s Theatre, Garrick, Lyceum Theatre, etc. (approximately 40) £150-200 (+Fees*) 11. A quantity of advertising postcards, including A New Kind of Warmth, International Horse Show Olympia, Fry’s Milk Chocolate, Ostram Lamps, Holbrook’s Sauce, Symington’s Tomato Soup, etc. (approximately 35) see illustration £80-120 (+Fees*) 12. A quantity of humorous postcards, including examples by Mabel Lucy Attwell, S Barham, Cynicus, Lemaire, Sowerby, Thackeray, Ernest Noble and others (approximately 45) £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 9 (part)

Lot 3 (part)

Lot 7 (part)

Lot 11 (part)

Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Lot may be subject to an additional fee (see page 1)


Lot 13 (part)

Lot 20 (part) 27. A quantity of portrait group RP postcards, individuals, couples and family groups (approximately 275) £80-120 (+Fees*)

13. A quantity of humorous postcards, including examples by Louis Wain, Carl Larsson, Brian White, Thackeray, Twelvetrees, Fisher (approximately 40) see illustration £80-120 (+Fees*) 14. A quantity of postcards, ballads, folk law, etc. (approximately 60) £60-80 (+Fees*) 15. A quantity of humorous postcards, including McGill, McCrum, George Fyffe Christie, Lawson Wood, Gilson, Clearwell, Dinah, Gross, etc. (approximately 60) see illustration £80-120 (+Fees*) 16. A quantity of shipping postcards, including British and European Ports, Liners, Paddle Steamers, etc. (approximately 120) £100-150 (+Fees*) 17. A quantity of transport postcards, including Human, Horse, Ferries, Car, Train, Taxis, Canals, Caravans, Buses, Boats and Air, (approximately 200) many RPs £100-150 (+Fees*) 18. A quantity of railway postcards, including GWR, Midland Railway, North Eastern, South East and Chatham and others (approximately 140) £100-150 (+Fees*) 19. A quantity of railway postcards, including many British and European stations, mountain railways, miniature railways, funicular railways (approximately 150) £80-120 (+Fees*)

28. Tuck postcards photogravure series, The Houses of Parliament (10/12), Tucks RP, Coronation Review (6), Westminster Abbey (6), four other sets and a quantity of modern sets £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 15 (part) 20. A quantity of railway postcards, including London and Brighton and South coast, LMS, London and South Western, LNER and LNWR (approximately 140) see illustration £200-250 (+Fees*)

Buildings (used and unused 1900-1930 and later)

21. A quantity of postcards, cruises (approximately 190) £60-80 (+Fees*)

30. A quantity of postcards, Lighthouses (80 some doubles) and Mills and Windmills (39 some RPs) £60-80 (+Fees*)

22. A quantity of postcard sized photographs, buses and coaches (approximately 280) £40-60 (+Fees*) 23. A quantity of picture postcards and RPs, including waterfalls, flowers and trees (approximately 210) £80-120 (+Fees*) 24. A quantity of animal, bird and other postcards (approximately 110) £60-80 (+Fees*) 25. Eight Tucks Oilette series postcard jigsaws, another Max Hofler A.J. Salmon double-sided postcard jigsaw and twelve others £50-70 (+Fees*) 26. A quantity of portrait group RP postcards, individuals, couples and family groups (approximately 240) £80-120 (+Fees*)


29. A quantity of heraldic postcards, City, Town and University Crests and the Ancient Shields carved in the Aisles of Westminster Abbey, two sets (approximately 85) £30-50 (+Fees*)

31. A quantity of postcards, Clocks and Clock Towers (44), Sundials (14), Memorials (42), Fountains (59), Steps and Stiles (12), many RPs £80-120 (+Fees*) 32. A quantity of postcards, Dovecotes (17), Wells and Pumps (94), Topiary (21), Domestic Gardens (40), many RPs £80-120 (+Fees*) 33. A quantity of postcards, Gatehouses, Lodges and Tall Houses, (approximately 120) many RPs £60-80 (+Fees*) 34. A large collection of postcards, Small Country Houses and Cottages, many with figures outside the property, (approximately 420) majority RPs £200-300 (+Fees*)

Further images & information at

Lot 36 (part)

Lot 49 (part)

35. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses, (approximately 260) majority RPs £100-150 (+Fees*)

46. A quantity of postcards, Estate Houses (50), Farms (41), Tea Gardens (67), Pubs and Hotels (43) and Hospitals (39), some RPs £80-120 (+Fees*)

36. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses, (approximately 260) majority RPs see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*) 37. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses and Cottages, most named, (approximately 110) many RPs £70-90 (+Fees*)

47. A quantity of postcards, Industry, Shops and Professions (64) see illustration £80-120 (+Fees*) Lot 40 (part)

38. A quantity of postcards, Town Houses, (approximately 180) majority RPs £40-60 (+Fees*)

British Topographical and County Property (used and unused 1900-1920 and later)

39. A quantity of postcards, Numbered Town Houses (42), groups of Town Houses (28) and Town Houses, the majority named, (approximately 180) mostly RPs £100-150 (+Fees*)

49. A quantity of topographical postcards, Welsh Counties including: Anglesey (8), Brecon (7), Cardigan (25), Carnarvon (81), Denbigh (20), Flint (7), Glamorgan (66), Merioneth (45), Monmouth (39), Pembroke (16), Radnor (17), other (6), also Welsh costumes (13) and Welsh Railways (14), a few RPs see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

40. A quantity of postcards, Town Houses, some named and numbered and a few street views, (approximately 375) mostly RPs see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

50. A quantity of topographical postcards, Scottish Counties, Scottish Homes and Cottages and Scottish National dress, (approximately 350) some RPs £100-150 (+Fees*)

41. A quantity of postcards, Houses and Interiors, (approximately 120) mostly RPs £60-80 (+Fees*) 42. A quantity of postcards, Poets, Writers and Artists Houses including, Cowper, Barrie, Pepys, Tennyson, Southey, Dickens, Longfellow, Morris, Burne-Jones (approximately 100) £80-120 (+Fees*) 43. A quantity of postcards, Bungalows, Chalets and Almshouses, (approximately 220) majority RPs £80-120 (+Fees*)

48. A quantity of postcards, Stables (12) and Shops (53) £60-80 (+Fees*)

Lot 47 (part) 44. A quantity of postcards, Spas and Baths (49), Schools (103) and Libraries (60), some RPs £100-150 (+Fees*) 45. A quantity of postcards, Chapels (29), Vicarages (46), Schools and Nurseries (24) and Villages (44), some RPs £60-80 (+Fees*)

51. A quantity of topographical and other postcards, all to Miss Gladys Thomas, (approximately 200) some RPs £80-120 (+Fees*) 52. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses, Cottages, Town Houses in Berkshire (37), Buckinghamshire (22) and Cheshire (21), many RPs £40-60 (+Fees*)

Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Lot may be subject to an additional fee (see page 1)


Lot 61 (part)

Lot 64 (part)

Lot 69 (part)

53. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses, Cottages and Town Houses in Cornwall (35), Cumberland (11), Derbyshire (20) and Devon (59), many RPs £50-80 (+Fees*)

61. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Bedfordshire (31), Berkshire (49), Buckinghamshire (18), Cambridgeshire (160) and Cheshire (57) see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

69. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, London (190) including: The Battle of Stepney (3), Croquet at Scandinavian Sailor’s Temperance Home, Lord’s Cricket Ground, A Tram in Romford Road, Stratford East, and Kennet Hill Dulwich, The Grove Stratford East, Thames Barges, Great Central Hotel, The Winter Gardens, The Medina Finsbury Park, St James Square Notting Hill, The Church Army Southwark Van, some RPs see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*)

54. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses, Cottages and Town Houses in Durham (14), Essex (12), Hampshire (32), Herefordshire (39) and Hertfordshire (37) many RPs £80-120 (+Fees*) 55. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses, Cottages and Town Houses in Kent (11), Lancashire (40), Leicestershire (13) and Lincolnshire (35) many RPs £40-60 (+Fees*) 56. A quantity of postcards, London Town Houses, mostly RPs (75) £50-70 (+Fees*) 57. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses, Cottages and Town Houses in Middlesex (10), Norfolk (7), Northants (5), Northumberland (16), Nottinghamshire (35) and Oxfordshire (69) many RPs £80-120 (+Fees*) 58. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses, Cottages and Town Houses in Shropshire (22), Somerset (23), Staffordshire (15), Suffolk (29) and Surrey (39) many RPs £80-120 (+Fees*) 59. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses, Cottages and Town Houses in Sussex (81), Warwickshire (54), Westmorland (1) and Wiltshire (1) £80-120 (+Fees*) 60. A quantity of postcards, Country Houses, Cottages and Town Houses in Worcestershire (77) and Yorkshire (70) £80-120 (+Fees*)


62. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Cornwall (190), Cumberland (45) and Derbyshire (64) £150-200 (+Fees*) 63. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Dorset (175), Durham (56) and Essex (120) £200-250 (+Fees*) 64. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Devon (420) see illustration £300-350 (+Fees*) 65. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Hampshire (260), Herefordshire (13) and Hertfordshire (115) £200-250 (+Fees*) 66. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Huntingdon (23), Isle of Man (24), Isle of Wight (159) and Lancashire (160) £150-200 (+Fees*) 67. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Kent (360) £200-250 (+Fees*) 68. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Lincolnshire (170) £80-120 (+Fees*)

70. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Middlesex (57), Norfolk (120), Northants (49), Northumberland (42) and Nottinghamshire (55) £150-200 (+Fees*) 71. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Oxford (150), Shropshire (82), Staffordshire (17) and Suffolk (36) £150-200 (+Fees*) 72. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Somerset (380) £200-300 (+Fees*) 73. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Sussex (465) £200-300 (+Fees*) 74. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Surrey (87) and Warwickshire (237) £200-300 (+Fees*) 75. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Westmorland (51), Wiltshire (80), Worcestershire (97) and Yorkshire (137) £200-300 (+Fees*) 76. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Yorkshire (350) £200-250 (+Fees*)

Further images & information at

Lot 78 (part)

Lot 80 (part)

Lot 95 (part)

77. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Bristol (90) £50-80 (+Fees*)

93. A quantity of picture postcards, after Endacott, CE Flower, Quatremain Wimbush etc (approximately 85) £50-70 (+Fees*)

78. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Gloucester Rural (156) many RPs see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

94. A quantity of picture postcards after AR Quinton, Clarkson, FW Hayes, AG Stevens etc (approximately 90) £70-90 (+Fees*)

79. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Gloucester County (94) many RPs £70-90 (+Fees*) 80. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, South Gloucestershire (293) many RPs see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 81. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, The Cotswolds (195) many RPs £100-150 (+Fees*) 82. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Cirencester and North Gloucestershire (86) many RPs £50-80 (+Fees*) 83. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Cheltenham (115) many RPs £80-100 (+Fees*) 84. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Stroud (140) many RPs £80-120 (+Fees*) 85. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Stroud (200) many RPs see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 85 (part) 86. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Painswick, Rodborough, etc. (148), many RPs £100-150 (+Fees*)

95. A quantity of LL postcards, Cairo (25), France (approximately 213), UK (approximately 115) and two books of LL postcards, Boulogne and Lille see illustration £200-250 (+Fees*)

87. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Standish, Stonehouse, etc (131) many RPs £80-120 (+Fees*)

96. A quantity of British topographical and other postcards, assortment, many RPs (approximately 380) £200-250 (+Fees*)

88. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Woodchester and Villages of the Stroud Valley (134), many RPs £60-80 (+Fees*)

97. A quantity of greeting postcards, picture postcards etc an accumulation, some RPs (approximately 650) £200-300 (+Fees*)

89. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Amberley and surrounds (112) many RPs £60-80 (+Fees*)

98. A quantity of picture postcards, Old Masters, other postcards, an accumulation (approximately 610) £200-300 (+Fees*)

90. A quantity of County Topographical postcards, Nailsworth and surrounds (111) many RPs £60-80 (+Fees*)

99. Two albums of modern postcards and a quantity of others, loose £40-60 (+Fees*)

91. A collection of twenty one postcards of Sheepscombe and B.J. Black A Gloucestershire Parsons Wife, John Bellows 1913 and other items relating to Agnes Fawcett £40-60 (+Fees*) 92. A quantity of picture postcards, after Barraud, Bates, Biraud, Corke, JA Duncan, Fulleylove, Goff, Jotter, Sanders etc (approximately 80) £50-70 (+Fees*)

100. Postal History, a quantity of cards, first day covers and other issues £40-60 (+Fees*) 101. A quantity of Victorian greeting cards, scraps and a few book marks £40-60 (+Fees*) 102. No Lot 103. No Lot

Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Lot may be subject to an additional fee (see page 1)


104. A leather covered album containing approximately 290, Indian topographical portrait and other postcards including Trimulcherry Police Station and Post Office, Sepoy French Regiment Chandernagore, the Life, People and Places of the Indian subcontinent etc £100-150 (+Fees*) 105. A cloth covered album containing approximately 150 postcards, winter scenes including tobogganing scenes, a few RPs, Capt Scott’s South Pole Expedition, The Terra Nova, Alpine and other mountainous landscapes etc £80-120 (+Fees*) 106. Two cloth covered albums, one containing approximately 160 pencil sketches and other postcards, the other containing approximately 170 art postcards £50-70 (+Fees*) 107. Two black plastic albums containing approximately 330 postcards, Cotswold villages, churches etc including Wormington Grange, The Vicarage Forest Hill, Francombe House Hotel Broadway, Moreton Paddox, Astrop Park etc many RPs £150-200 (+Fees*) 108. A brown plastic album containing approximately 200 postcards, Madeira, lagar de Vinto, Lagar de Fazer Viho, Costume, Cards, Transport, Agricultral, Hammock rides, Topographical etc and two other albums of modern postcards of Madeira £100-150 (+Fees*) 109. A brown plastic album containing approximately 110 RP postcards, Street Scenes, Houses, People, Farmsteads, a game French cricket etc £80-120 (+Fees*) 110. A brown plastic album containing approximately 220 RP and other postcards, Stroud including Rodborough Manor (wreck), Hermitage Manor, Workman’s Fire, Woodchester, Fawkes Stores, The Stocks Painswick, Fretherne Court, Cotswold Sanitorium, E Hook & Sons Decorators, Standish House, The Swimming Pool Stratford Park Stroud, Government Examiners Woodchester, Owlpen Manor, Ellerncroft Wotton-under-Edge, Cirencester Road, Birdlip etc £200-250 (+Fees*)


111. A brown plastic album containing approximately 250 postcards, Aerial views, Crystal Palace, Admiralty Arch, St Paul’s Cathedral, Hampton Court, Mersey Dock Estate, Gloucester, Ledbury, Malvern etc £100-150 (+Fees*) 112. A black plastic album contacting approximately 75 postcard maps £80-120 (+Fees*) 113. A brown plastic album containing approximately 130 RP and other postcards each detailing a ladder somewhere in the illustration including street scenes, builders, fruit pickers, window cleaning, repair work or simply in the postcard, the album completed with numerous photographs of buildings taken by Alan Tucker to complement the album £200-300 (+Fees*) 114. A blue plastic album containing approximately 90 postcards c.1920 with photographs of the same scene taken by Alan Tucker in recent years £70-90 (+Fees*)

The other properties:115. Approximately 270 early 20th Century postcards, topographical, actors, etc. £60-80 (+Fees*) 116. A quantity of various postcards, mostly modern and three albums £50-70 (+Fees*)

Photograph & Autograph Albums 120. A 19th Century photograph of Master James Douglas, framed and another smaller £40-60 (+Fees*) 121. Two family visitor and photograph albums, one from 1892-1898 the other 1900-1904, both in tooled leather bindings £40-60 (+Fees*) 122. An autograph album including a letter signed by the Italian violinist and composer Niccolò Paganini, dated 12 Juillet 1832 and William IV signature and envelope dated 1837 see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 122 (part) 123. An autograph book containing signatures from various composers and musicians to include Edmund Rubbra, Ernest John Moeran, Malcolm Sargent, Herbert Howells, Adrian Boult, etc. £50-70 (+Fees*) 124. A 1918 and later album of WWI sketches, poems and drawings £40-60 (+Fees*) 125. A quantity of Round the Coast albums produced by George Newnes Ltd., Southampton St, Strand, London and various others £20-30 (+Fees*) 126. A 19th Century album of photographs, sketches and watercolours, various signatures, a 19th Century scrapbook used as a photograph album addressed to A Turner in friendly remembrance of Henry Beaumont and an album of pencil sketches, dated 1835 [3] £80-120 (+Fees*) 127. A Victorian photograph album of the Gunn family, Neame and Harding together with another signed H Mortimer 1902 and two other albums £50-80 (+Fees*) 128. A Victorian album of the Nottingham Derby family, the London album with various family portraits and two other albums £40-60 (+Fees*) 129. A Victorian photograph album depicting images of North Wales, in tooled leather bindings and another album depicting mainly the Alps £80-100 (+Fees*)

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130. A Victorian photograph album depicting portraits of horses, mostly by Walter Mumford, Fore Street, Tiverton £60-80 (+Fees*)

139. A family archive for the Clissold family Nailsworth, with numerous Victorian photographs and related ephemera £80-120 (+Fees*)

131. Five Victorian photograph albums various, family portraits £40-60 (+Fees*)

140. A large quantity of Victorian portrait photographs of varying sizes, the majority 10cm x 6.5cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

132. A collection of 19th Century and later souvenir pictorial albums to include Perthshire, Montreal, Isle of Wight and various others £80-120 (+Fees*) 133. A collection of 19th Century and later souvenir pictorial albums to include New York, London from Aloft, Falmouth, Aberdeen and various others £50-70 (+Fees*) 134. A group of early 20th Century souvenir sketchbooks to include examples The English Lake District by Reynolds, Venice by Fred Richards and Harrow by Walter Keesey £40-60 (+Fees*) 135. A WWI photograph album, compiled by Major Soloman, November 1918, depicting Lieutenant Singleton, Lieutenant Connell and various others from the 82 Squadron RAF, including aerial photographs of Ypres, Zonnebeke, Amiens, bombs dropping and the King’s Message to the Royal Air Force November 11th 1918 £80-120 (+Fees*) 136. A Victorian photograph album with half leather bound bindings, gilt tooled W Playne 1880-1902, to include photographs of Agar School Yorkshire, The College Winchester, portraits, The Bullingdon Club 1896, New College, etc. £200-300 (+Fees*) 137. An interesting collection of ephemera and photographs relating to the Stroud area, including navigation certificate for Hubert Edy 1839, a toll certificate (No. 260) otherwise unused, 1” to one mile map of Stroud, Robert K Dawson Royal Engineers Map of the Navigable Coasts and Rivers in England and Wales, advertisements, bills of sale, etc., contained in three ring binders £80-120 (+Fees*) 138. A quantity of late 19th Century photographs, portrait groups, topographical, etc., many mounted £70-90 (+Fees*)

141. Two Victorian portrait photographs, framed, the largest 9cm x 7cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

Books & Manuscripts 145. Johnson (S) A Dictionary of the English Language, three volumes (of five), London 1818 in later quarter-calf bindings with panelled spines £20-30 (+Fees*) 146. Coward (T A) The Birds of the British Isles and their Eggs, three volumes, 3rd edition, London 1928; South (R) The Butterflies of the British Isles; Fraser Darling (F) Natural History in the Highlands and Islands, London 1947 and sundry volumes of natural history interest £20-30 (+Fees*) 147. Lethaby (W R), Powell (A H) and Griggs (F L) Ernest Gimson His Life & Work, Shakespeare Head Press, Stratford-Upon-Avon 1924, unnumbered copy from an edition corrected to 550, 60 plates, printed on Batchelor’s Kelmscott hand-made paper, some pages uncut, quarter lined and blue paper boards, together with two letters from Jacqueline Gimson from whom the book was purchased in 1974 see illustration £350-450 (+Fees*) 148. Shakespeare (W) A Midsummer Night’s Dream, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, published by William Heinemann, New York, January 1929 £50-70 (+Fees*) 149. Fitzgerald (E) Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, illustrated by Edward Dulac, Hodder and Stoughton, London and New York £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 147 150. Malory (T) Morte d’Arthur, illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley, published by J M Dent & Sons Ltd., London, 3rd edition, limited edition of 1600 copies £200-300 (+Fees*) 151. Duxbury (K) Lugworm Homeward Bound, signed and other signed books by the same author £40-60 (+Fees*) 152. No Lot 153. A quantity of aerial photography books to include Scotland from the Air, Swiss Panorama, Above Paris and various others £40-60 (+Fees*) 154. Sharp (C J) English Folk Song and sundry books on folk songs etc (1 box) £40-60 (+Fees*) 155. Morley (H T) Old and Curious Playing Cards and sundry volumes on games etc (2 boxes) £60-80 (+Fees*) 156. Palmer (R) The Folklore of Gloucestershire and other volumes on folk stories etc (2 boxes) £60-80 (+Fees*) 157. Wilkinson (W) The Peep Show and other books on dolls houses, toys etc (2 boxes) £40-60 (+Fees*)

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Lot 161 (part)

158. Kevill Davies (S) Yesterday’s Children and other books on childhood history and pastimes (2 boxes) £40-60 (+Fees*) 159. Sharp (C J) Folk Songs from Somerset and sundry books on folk music, country dancing etc (2 boxes) £40-60 (+Fees*) 160. Gethyn-Jones (E) George Thorpe and the Berkeley Company and sundry volumes including social history and folk dancing £30-40 (+Fees*) 161. Charles Hodges Geographical Playing Cards, London, Stopforth & Sons, circa 1827, 52 hand-coloured engraved cards with duty card, the aces with maps of the four continents with the pip cards showing land masses or political divisions to each continent suit, King George IV pictured on the ace of hearts (Europe), George Washington pictured on the ace of spades (Americas), a Chinese Emperor on the ace of diamonds (Asia) and an Egyptian King on the ace of clubs (Africa), contained in a green Morocco leather case with gilt tooled title Geographical, complete with instruction book see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)


Lot 163 (part)

Lot 165 (part)

162. Charles Hodges Geographical Playing Cards, London, Stopforth & Sons, circa 1827, 52 hand-coloured engraved cards with duty card, the aces with maps of the four continents with the pip cards showing land masses or political divisions to each continent suit, King George IV pictured on the ace of hearts (Europe), George Washington pictured on the ace of spades (Americas), a Chinese Emperor on the ace of diamonds (Asia) and an Egyptian King on the ace of clubs (Africa), contained in a red Morocco leather case with gilt tooled title Geographical, complete with instruction book £400-600 (+Fees*)

165. Charles Hodges Astrophilogeon, a game of Science and Amusement, London 1828, 60 hand-coloured engraved cards thirty celestial and thirty terrestrial, contained in a black Morocco case with gilt tooled title Astrophilogeon see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*)

163. Charles Hodges Astronomical Playing Cards, London, Stopforth & Sons, circa 1827, 52 hand-coloured engraved cards with duty card, each stencilled with suit excepting Hiems (ace of spades), the pip cards detailing constellations from terrestrial and celestial globes, the court cards with classical deities contained in a green Morocco leather case with gilt tooled title Astronomical, complete with instruction book see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 164. Charles Hodges Astronomical Playing Cards, London, Stopforth & Sons, circa 1827, 52 hand-coloured engraved cards with duty card, each stencilled with suit excepting Hiems (ace of spades), the pip cards detailing constellations from terrestrial and celestial globes, the court cards with classical deities contained in a black Morocco leather case with gilt tooled title Astronomical, complete with instruction book £400-600 (+Fees*)

166. Charles Hodges Astronomical Playing Cards, 40 hand-coloured engraved celestial constellations (loose) £80-100 (+Fees*) 167. Charles Hodges Astrophilogeon, approximately 140 celestial hand-coloured engraved cards (loose) £200-300 (+Fees*) 168. Bacon (G W) New Chart of the British Isles, New Survey Map of South Scotland and sundry Ordnance Survey and two boxes in the form of bindings with gilt lettering for Ordnance Survey of Great Britain £60-80 (+Fees*) 169. Arthur Causton, Map of the City and Borough of Gloucester 1843. printed paper on linen panel £80-120 (+Fees*)

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170. Arabian Nights Entertainments, Volumes I-III, published W Suttaby London 1809, quarter calf bindings with marbled boards, The Masquerade: A Collection of New Enigmas, logogriphs, charades...Volume I, 1797 and Friendship’s Offering or The Annual Remembrance: A Christmas Present or New Year’s Gift for 1825, Lupton Relfe London, embossed paper bindings, in colour decorated card slip case £40-60 (+Fees*) 171. Jacobs (J) Indian Fairy Tales, illustrated by John D Batten, 1892, McCosh Clark (K) Maori Tales & Legends, David Nutt 1896 and other books on international fairy stories and folklore £50-70 (+Fees*) 172. Caiger (G) Dolls on Display: Japan in Miniature, Hokuseido Press 1934, printed on art paper within purple brocade covers and in original slip case £20-30 (+Fees*) 173. Thoms (W J) ed. A Collection of Early Prose Romances, William Pickering, London 1828, three volumes, uniformly bound in full calf with gilt tooling and vignette titles £60-80 (+Fees*) 174. Brand (J) Observations on Popular Antiquities, Charles Knight & Co 1841, three volumes, uniformly bound half calf with marbled boards and gilt tooled spines and Sargant (J A) Home Tales, Founded on Fact, London 1856, four volumes £40-60 (+Fees*) 175. Fionn, The Celtic Lyre: A Collection of Gaelic Songs, 1908 and five other books on Irish and Scottish songs and ballads £50-70 (+Fees*) 176. Newell (W W) ed. Games & Songs of American Children, Harper & Brothers 1884, Sharp (C J) coll. English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians, volume II, Oxford University Press 1952 and Creighton (H) Songs & Ballads from Nova Scotia, J M Dent & Sons Ltd, Toronto & Vancouver 1933 £60-80 (+Fees*)

177. Campbell (A) Waifs and Strays of Celtic Tradition, David Nutt, Volume I 1889 and Volume IV 1891 £20-30 (+Fees*) 178. Emerson (P H) Tales from Welsh Wales, David Nutt 1894, with author’s bookplate and signature to the flyleaf R B Emerson, together with Birds, Beasts & Fishes of the Norfolk Broadland, David Nutt 1895 £40-60 (+Fees*) 179. Lilly (J) ed. A Collection of Seventy-Nine Black-Letter Ballads and Broadsides, printed in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth between the years 1559 and 1597, 2nd edition, Joseph Lilly, London 1870, half calf bindings with marbled boards and Percy (T) Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, Bickers & Son, London 1876, three volumes £60-80 (+Fees*)

184. Murdoch (I) The Green Knight, Chatto and Windus, 1993, 1st edition hardcover in green cloth with gilt titles to spine, dust jacket, signed by the author on the title page £30-40 (+Fees*) 185. No Lot 186. Benson (A C) and Weaver (L) ed. The Book of the Queen’s Dolls’ House, Volume I, Methuen & Co Ltd 1924, numbered 111/1500, 92 plates of which 24 colour, boards with cloth spine and red paper dust jacket and Volume II, Lucas (E V) The Book of the Queen’s Doll’s House Library, Methuen & Co, 24 plates of which 8 colour (a review copy, given to The Spectator) £60-80 (+Fees*)

180. Percy, Bishop of Dromore (Dr. Thos,) The Hermit of Warkworth: A Northumberland Ballad, J Catnach, Alnwick 1806, signed within John Knox £40-60 (+Fees*)

187. Nansen (F) Farthest North, The Voyage & Exploration of the ‘Fram’ 1893-96, Archibald Constable & Company 1897, 120 illustrations including 16 coloured plates £30-40 (+Fees*)

181. Jones (R) The Life of Old Jemmy Catnach, numbered 113/220, The Craft Press, Newlyn, Penzance 1965 and Hindley (C) The History of the Catnach Press, 1887 £40-60 (+Fees*)

188. Hind (A M) Engraving in England in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, Cambridge 1952, two volumes and Corbett (M) and Norton (M) volume three, Cambridge 1964 £60-80 (+Fees*)

182. Thomas (R S) Song at the Year’s Turning, 1955 and Poetry for Supper, 1958, both 1st editions with dust jackets, printed by Rupert Hart-Davis, London £30-40 (+Fees*)

189. Fletcher (W Y) English Book Collectors, London 1902 and sundry volumes on book collecting and collectors £80-120 (+Fees*)

183. MacGregor (A A) The Peat-Fire Flame: Folk-Tales and Traditions of the Highlands and Islands, illustrated with 56 photographs, 1st edition, title page signed by the author and dated 9/1 41, The Moray Press 1937 £30-40 (+Fees*)

190. The Printing Industry Today and Tomorrow, Special Number of the Monotype Recorder, March. April. May., 1930, limited edition on Boswell paper, the portrait frontispiece inscribed with dedication £30-50 (+Fees*)

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Lot 191

191. Guillim (J) and Logan (J) A Display of Heraldry, bound with Analogia Honorum or a Treatise of Honour and Nobility, in two parts, London 1677 see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*) 192. Hoare (Sir R C) The Ancient History of Wiltshire, republished edition 1975, 2 volumes £30-50 (+Fees*) 193. Wharton (E) Madame De Treymes, 1st edition, New York 1907, in gilt decorated brown cloth; a miniature edition of the Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, 1894; and a miniature edition of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám £40-60 (+Fees*) 194. A quantity of hardback art reference books £100-150 (+Fees*) 195. A quantity of auction catalogues including Damien Hirst Beautiful Inside my Head Forever (Sotheby’s 2008), Impressionist, Modern etc. £50-70 (+Fees*)


Lot 202

Children’s Books 200. Kingsley (C) The Water Babies, Stevenson (RL) Treasure Island, Andersen (HC) Fairy Tales and two others £30-50 (+Fees*) 201. A small group of children’s books to include Beatrix Potter, Cicely May Baker, Flower Fairies, Enid Blyton Golliwogs and various other Enid Blyton books £30-50 (+Fees*)

202. Ransome (A) The Swallows and Amazons series, Jonathan Cape, twelve volumes, most 1st editions with dust jackets, comprising: Swallows and Amazons, 1st edition 1930 with dust jacket and maps drawn by Stephen Spurrier Swallowdale, 1st edition 1931 (no dust jacket) Peter Duck, 1950 Winter Holiday, 1st edition 1933 Coot Club, 1st edition 1934 Pigeon Post, 1st edition 1936 We Didn’t Mean to Go to Sea, 1st edition 1937 Secret Water, 1st edition 1939 The Big Six, 1st edition 1940 Missee Lee, 1st edition 1941 The Picts and The Martyrs, 1st edition 1943 (no dust jacket) Great Northern?, 1st edition 1947 see illustration £8000-12000 (+Fees*)

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Lot 218 Lot 213 203. Ransome (A) Swallows and Amazons, illustrated by Helene Carter, 1st American edition, Lippincott 1931 (no dust jacket) £60-80 (+Fees*) 204. Ransome (A) Old Peter’s Russian Tales, 1st edition, TC & EC Jack Ltd, London 1916, large 8vo, cover design and decorations by Dmitri Mitrokhin, coloured frontispiece and six full page colour illustrations, white cloth backed decorative boards, spine bent and torn at edges £100-150 (+Fees*) 205. Ransome (A) The Book of Friendship, TC & EC Jack, 1st edition 1909 (no dust jacket), signed presentation copy to ‘G G Walker from Joy & Arthur Ransome November 11 1909’, together with A History of Story Telling, with 27 portraits by J Gavin, TC & EC Jack, 1st edition 1909 (no dust jacket) £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 214 208. Grimm (Brothers) Fairy Tales and Household Stories and other books on toys, children’s stories etc. £40-60 (+Fees*) 209. Nutt (D) Children’s Singing Games 1894 and sundry books on games and childhood £30-40 (+Fees*) 210. Mansion (H) Old English Nursery Songs and sundry books on folk music, ballads, country dancing etc £30-40 (+Fees*) 211. Hockney (David) ill. Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm, Petersburg Press, 1970, Carol (L) Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Macmillan & Co, 1903 with 32 colour illustrations by John Tenniel and other antiquarian children’s books £40-60 (+Fees*)

206. Ransome (A) The Imp and the Elf and the Ogre, James Nisbet & Co Ltd, 1910 £60-80 (+Fees*)

212. Parry (E A) The Scarlet Herring and Other Stories, 1899, Katawampus, 1895 and a quantity of books of fairy tales and fables £60-80 (+Fees*)

207. Ransome (A) Autobiography, edited by Rupert Hart-Davis, 1976, Coots in the North & Other Stories, 1988, Signalling from Mars, 1997 and Fishing, National Book League pamphlet, and a quantity of books about Arthur Ransome £40-60 (+Fees*)

213. Collodi (C) The Story of a Puppet or The Adventures of Pinocchio, illustrations by Enrico Mazzanti, T Fisher Unwin 1892, 1st English edition, with patterned boards, for The Children’s Library see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

214. Berryman (E R P) Nursery Rhymes of Gloucestershire, calligraphy and illustrations by Noreen Littleton, Longsmith Books, Gloucester, numbered 321, signed by the illustrator and dated 1972 see illustration £20-30 (+Fees*) 215. d’Aulnoy (Madame) Les Contes des Fees, London 1782, bound as a six volume series for Bibliotecque Amusant, full calf, gilt tooled, Blanchard (P) Mythologie de la Jeunesse, Paris 1821 and two miniature volumes on Aesop’s Fables £30-40 (+Fees*) 216. Dunn (J) The Ancient Irish Epic Tale, Tain Bo Cualnge, David Nutt 1914, Jenkyn Thomas (W) The Welsh Fairy Book, illustrated by Willy Pogany, T Fisher Unwin, London 1915 and other books on Celtic fairy tales and fables £40-60 (+Fees*) 217. Lowry (H D) Make Believe, illustrated by Charles Robinson, The Bodley Head 1896 and various other illustrated books on fairy tales with decorative bindings £60-80 (+Fees*) 218. La Fontaine, A Hundred Fables, illustrated by Percy J Billinghurst, The Bodley Head 1900 and Anderson (H C) The Little Mermaid and five others printed for The Gem Fairy Tale Library, Raphael Tuck & Sons see illustration £40-60 (+Fees*)

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Lot 223 (part) 219. Brock (H M) ill. The Old Fairy Tales comprising Hop-O’-My-Thumb and Beauty and The Beast, Frederick Warne & Co and Calthrop (D C) The Guide to Fairyland, Alston Rivers 1905 £30-40 (+Fees*) 220. Ozaki (Y T) ed. The Japanese Fairy Book, 1903, Griffis (W E) Fairy Tales of Old Japan, 1920, Wilhelm (R) ed. The Chinese Fairy Book, 1922 and Hall (A W) ed. Icelandic Fairy Tales, Frederick Warne & Co £40-60 (+Fees*) 221. Ellis (F S) The History of Reynard the Fox, illustrated by Walter Crane, David Nutt 1897 £30-40 (+Fees*) 222. Rackham (A) ill. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, William Heinemann 1915, with dust jacket and The Allies’ Fairy Book edited by E Gosse, William Heinemann 1916 £30-40 (+Fees*) 223. Ellen, or The Naughty Girl Reclaimed: A Story Exemplified in a Series of Figures, S & J Fuller 1811, comprising a paper bound book including detachable aquatint figures with moveable head, hats etc, within a printed slip case and Grimaldi (S) The Toilet, 3rd edition 1823, with engraved frontispiece, nine coloured plates illustrating objects from the dressing table see illustration £60-80 (+Fees*)


Lot 234 224. Opie (I & P) I Saw Esau: The Schoolchild’s Pocket Book, illustrated by Maurice Sendak, numbered 282, signed by Iona Opie and Maurice Sendak on the half title page, in slipcase and Three Centuries of Nursery Rhymes and Poetry for Children, numbered 261/500, signed by both authors £40-60 (+Fees*) 225. Irving (W) Knickerbocker Papers, being Rip Van Winkle and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Riccardi Press, limited edition 546/1000, on hand-made Riccardi paper, London 1914 £30-50 (+Fees*) 226. Lucas (E V) Forgotten Tales of Long Ago and Old Fashioned Tales, both illustrated by F D Bedford and sundry children’s books £80-100 (+Fees*) 227. Hughes (S) ill. Three children’s books, comprising Cockett (M) Cottage by the Lock, 1st edition, 1962; Rust (D) The Animals at Rose Cottage, 1st edition, 1957 and Long (E H) The Curious Adventures of Tabby, 1st edition, 1956 £20-30 (+Fees*) 228. A Speaking Picture Book, a special book with picture, rhyme and sound for little people, coloured plates, string pull toggles for sound £60-80 (+Fees*)

229. Opie (I & P) I Saw Esau: The Schoolchild’s Pocket Book, illustrated by Maurice Sendak, numbered 281, signed by Iona Opie and Maurice Sendak on the half title page, in slipcase and Three Centuries of Nursery Rhymes and Poetry for Children, 1977, numbered 262/500, signed by both authors £40-60 (+Fees*)

Dolls, Toys & Games 230. Dinky Toy vehicles including three trucks, two buses and eleven cars, circa 1950 £80-120 (+Fees*) 231. Sundry Dinky Toys and other toys to include a quantity of agricultural vehicles, a Foden flat truck, other lorries and vehicles and two tinplate toys £100-150 (+Fees*) 232. Hornby series railway accessories including various boxed points, right angled crossing, rails, turn table, buffer stops and a quantity of loose track £30-40 (+Fees*) 233. A Hornby tin plate station, a Hornby series shed, two signals and three trucks, unboxed £40-60 (+Fees*) 234. A Hornby series 040 tank locomotive, no 40, a 040 tank locomotive no 101, an 040 locomotive no 51, all boxed see illustration £50-80 (+Fees*)

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235. A Hornby series first class coach No 51 (2), a No 1 goods van, a No 1 lumber wagon, tender No 50, a No 1 crane truck and a gas cylinder wagon £40-60 (+Fees*) 236. A Hornby Series No 1 footbridge, a No 1 water tank, a platform crane and No 1 level crossing, all boxed £50-70 (+Fees*) 237. A Victorian style model carriage with figure and horse, 65cm long £50-80 (+Fees*) 238. An Armand Marseille bisque head doll with sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, composite body and period dress, 46cm long £80-120 (+Fees*) 239. A Simon & Halbig bisque head doll, with fixed eyes, open mouth with teeth and jointed composition body, 56cm long £60-80 (+Fees*) 240. A quantity of children’s jigsaws, playing cards and games, a wooden trolley with bricks and an abacus £50-70 (+Fees*) 241. A large quantity of OO gauge electric train sets, rolling stock and accessories £50-70 (+Fees*)

246. An early 20th Century miniature doll with bisque head, sleeping eyes, open mouth, composite jointed limbs with needle sewing skirt, 12cm long and a later doll £60-80 (+Fees*) 247. A hand built dolls house, 77cm wide, with furnishings and a farmyard £30-50 (+Fees*) 248. A backgammon set in the form of leather bound volumes with counters and die shakers, 45cm wide and another smaller £40-60 (+Fees*) 249. A Kay of London Bagatelle board, a cased set of Cannonade, various other games and a shove halfpenny board £50-70 (+Fees*) 250. Two lacquered Pope Joan boards, the largest 35cm diameter, together with a quantity of carved bone gaming counters, leather die cups and a cased mahjong set £100-150 (+Fees*) 251. ◆ A quantity of various chess sets to include turned wood, ivory and bone examples and a miniature bone travelling chess set £80-120 (+Fees*)

242. A ‘Cat’ battery operated O gauge train set, boxed £40-60 (+Fees*)

252. A large quantity of playing cards and card games Whist, Canasta, Bezique, party games and others £60-80 (+Fees*)

243. A model fishing boat on a stand with rigging, sails etc. £60-80 (+Fees*)

253. A large quantity of wooden jigsaw and puzzle blocks, mostly early 20th Century £80-100 (+Fees*)

244. A hand built model power boat ‘Louise’ made by JD Griffith, 1990, 62cm long £40-60 (+Fees*)

254. A large quantity of jigsaw puzzles, various, 20th Century £60-80 (+Fees*)

245. A quantity of various dolls and body components to include a Chad Valley stuffed doll, another similar and an Armand Marseille bisque head £60-80 (+Fees*)

255. A large quantity of board games £60-80 (+Fees*) 256. A miniature indoor wooden croquet set for eight players £40-60 (+Fees*) 257. A collection of children’s wooden toys to include seven similar articulated dolls, puzzle blocks, a French building set and others £50-70 (+Fees*)

258. An early 20th Century wooden horse and carriage and various other wooden toys in a painted casket £50-70 (+Fees*) 259. A group of dolls in traditional dress, various £40-60 (+Fees*) 260. A large quantity of various games to include tiddlywinks, party pencil game and various others £50-70 (+Fees*) 261. A quantity of various domino sets and a tooled leather board £70-90 (+Fees*) 262. A quantity of Britains painted lead figures to include uniformed marching band, highland gunners and another highland set £100-150 (+Fees*) 263. A small quantity of Corgi and Dinky cars, a transporter and a small group of painted lead pigs with piglets and geese £40-60 (+Fees*) 264. An indoor bowls set, a mahjong set, various games counters, draughts set and various others £40-60 (+Fees*) 265. A large quantity of board games, puzzles and sundry children’s games £60-80 (+Fees*) 266. A group of toys, games and sundries to include a bisque Googlie doll, a Magneto horse racing game, a dolls tea set, doll house furniture, a quantity of marbles and various others £60-80 (+Fees*) 267. Five hand painted goose and duck eggs, Christmas scenes and decorative patterns, some mounted for hanging as decorations £20-30 (+Fees*) 268. A collection of sixty seven model cars, IXO and others, being the winning cars of the Le Mans 24 hour race 1923/2016 £800-1200 (+Fees*) 269. A collection of twenty seven model cars, Art Model and La Storia, being Ferrari Formula One and sports cars 1950-2003 £200-300 (+Fees*)

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273. A BND black composition doll, with sleepy eyes, open mouth and teeth, composition body and moving arms and legs, wearing woollen leggings, jumper and bonnet, 60cm long and a metamorphic high chair for the same £50-70 (+Fees*) 274. A & B German bisque head companion doll, with sleepy eyes, open mouth and teeth, composition body and jointed limbs, wearing contemporary cotton garments with crochet cardigan, 87cm long, in a wicker chair £300-400 (+Fees*) 275. A child’s pull-a-long horse, material covered and with leather harness, on a four wheeled pine base, 46cm long £30-40 (+Fees*) 276. A German bisque head doll, with sleepy eyes, open mouth and teeth, composition body and jointed limbs, wearing a lilac braided dress, 51cm long £80-100 (+Fees*) Lot 271 270. A large quantity of tinplate toys, mostly unboxed Dinky Toys to include an Alfa-Romeo 23F, Armstrong Whitworth, Bedford Waste Tipper Truck etc (approximately 60) £80-120 (+Fees*) 271. A Tete Jumeau bisque head doll, with sleepy eyes, open mouth and teeth, impressed marks DEP8 and ink stamp Tete Jumeau, with composition jointed limbs, wearing contemporary dress and armband embroidered bébé Jumeau, 52cm long see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 272. A Heubach Koppelsdorf bisque head doll, with sleepy eyes, open mouth, teeth and tongue, impressed 324.4 Germany, with composition body, moving arms and legs, wearing embroidered red dress, 53cm long £80-100 (+Fees*)


276A. An Armand Marseille bisque dream baby doll, with sleepy eyes, composition body and moving arms and legs, 47cm high £80-100 (+Fees*) 277. A quantity of Britains garden items, including greenhouse, garden arch, flower bed with numerous flowering plants, sundial, beehive, trees, etc. £40-60 (+Fees*) 278. A Hornby Tank Passenger Set, No.41, boxed £60-80 (+Fees*) 279. A limited edition Helen Kish doll, Coppelia, No. 58/200, boxed £30-50 (+Fees*)

280. A large quantity of Britains farm items, including cattle, horses and carts, fowl, sheep, pigs, farm workers, hay stacks, fencing and some non Britains farm animals, a farmhouse, barn, etc. £100-150 (+Fees*) 281. A quantity of Hornby and other toy trains, including Type 40 locomotive, Windsor station, type 501 locomotive, various rolling stock, signals and track £80-120 (+Fees*) 282. A Pollock’s toy theatre, with scenery for Aladdin and Cinderella and a booklet relating to the same £40-60 (+Fees*) 283. A German porcelain head doll, the head stamped Germany H W, with jointed composition body, 46cm long and another doll £40-60 (+Fees*) 284. A quantity of Britains Zoo animals, and others along with two Zoo enclosures and some fencing £60-80 (+Fees*) 285. A Merrythought centenary teddy bear, 1902-2002, with growler and five other bears £50-70 (+Fees*) 286. A quantity of assorted teddy bears, to include a large Gollywog doll £40-60 (+Fees*) 287. A mid 20th Century teddy bear with growl, glass eyes, hump back and pad feet, together with another similar but smaller. £50-70 (+Fees*) 288. Two wooden letter reading sets, cased, the largest 53.5cm wide and a quantity of other spelling aids, with letters in bone and wood £40-60 (+Fees*)

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Glass, Ceramics & Works of Art

Glass 290. Six millefiori paperweights, probably Perthshire £100-150 (+Fees*) 291. Five paperweights, various £50-70 (+Fees*) 292. A cut glass scent bottle, the circular cut glass cover with white metal mounts, 11.5cm high and a plated pounce pot £60-80 (+Fees*) 293. A celery glass with flanged borders, 26cm high, two ruby glass decanters and a similarly decorated pickle jar and cover £30-40 (+Fees*)

298. A quantity of rummers and other drinking glasses £30-50 (+Fees*) 299. A clear glass bowl and a similar dish, Bohemian or French, circa 1870, decorated in gilt, the dish 36cm diameter £100-150 (+Fees*) 300. Two glass dishes, rolling pins and two clear and black glass vases £60-80 (+Fees*) 301. Sundry cut glass and wine glasses with green tinted bowls £40-60 (+Fees*)

294. An engraved glass vase, a carafe and various glasses £40-60 (+Fees*)

302. A pair of octagonal tapered decanters, with ruby coloured decoration, 23cm high, a similarly coloured sucrier and cover, 18cm high and sundry glass £80-120 (+Fees*)

295. Ten decanters and stoppers, various £80-120 (+Fees*)


296. A quantity of coloured glass, including two Bohemian decanters and stoppers and several green glass ash trays £60-80 (+Fees*) 297. A pair of glass candlesticks, the columns of rope twist form, 24cm high and ten other glass candlesticks £50-70 (+Fees*)

305. A Liverpool porcelain blue and white tea bowl and saucer, circa 1775, in the cannonball pattern, the saucer 12.5cm diameter and another tea bowl in the same pattern £100-150 (+Fees*) 306. A small group of blue and white pottery to include a Spode ‘Grasshopper’ serving platter, circa 1812, 43cm long, two other platters, a Dillwyn & Co. Swansea plate circa 1811-1817 and various others £100-150 (+Fees*) 307. A small group of Carlton Ware to include moulded foxglove dish, a dog rose and leaf moulded bowl, two sauce boats and stands and four others £60-80 (+Fees*) 308. A majolica pottery jardinière stand, of column form with naturalistic moulding, 89cm high £150-200 (+Fees*) 309. A floor standing ceramic model of a Dalmatian and another similar, largest 82cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 312 310. A Royal Crown Derby urn and cover, decorated in the Imari palette, 26cm high, another of the same model shape but decorated differently and lacking cover, various other pieces of Crown Derby and seven Vienna porcelain plates £250-350 (+Fees*) 311. A Royal Copenhagen porcelain model of a pair of kingfishers, 17cm high, a seagull (damaged), a rabbit and two birds £150-200 (+Fees*) 312. A Royal Copenhagen porcelain model of an elk, model no 2813, marked to base, 21cm high see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 313. A Royal Copenhagen porcelain model of The Wave and Rock, by Theodor Lundberg, marked to base, 45cm high see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 314. Bing & Grondahl, Copenhagen, seven cups and six saucers, decorated seagulls, cup model 305, saucer 616 and matching side plates £150-200 (+Fees*) 315. A set of six Royal Copenhagen Mother’s Day plates and twenty Royal Copenhagen plates, Christmas and Jubilee £100-150 (+Fees*)

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316. An earthenware twin-handled vessel, of circular form with twin handles and geometric band of decoration, 22cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 317. A Soviet porcelain jug, Lomonosov factory, modelled as a girl in traditional dress, 14cm high £80-100 (+Fees*) 318. A Soviet porcelain jug, Lomonosov factory, modelled as a girl in traditional dress, 14cm high £80-100 (+Fees*) 319. A group of Belleek shamrock porcelain comprising a basket weave jug, milk jug and sugar bowl, a barrel type bowl, a salt and pepper and a bud vase, the largest jug 16cm high £50-70 (+Fees*) 320. A pair of Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain vases with fluted and wavy rims, painted floral sprays, 24cm high, another similar vase and a serving tray £60-80 (+Fees*) 321. A Royal Worcester porcelain ewer, with satyr mask handle terminal, decorated flowers on an ivory ground, model no 1144, 27cm high £80-100 (+Fees*) 322. A group of Royal Worcester blush ivory porcelain comprising three graduated jugs, a potpourri, a cache pot in the form of a basket, three floral painted plates and one with wavy rim £70-90 (+Fees*) 323. A Royal Worcester porcelain vase decorated by Kitty Blake, of baluster form with slender neck, painted blackberries and highlighted in gilt, 20cm high and a cylindrical vase by the same, 15cm high, both signed £200-300 (+Fees*) 324. A Royal Worcester porcelain vase decorated by George Mosley, of slender ovoid form painted fruit, rims highlighted in gilt, signed, 14cm high, model no 2491 and a similar canted rectangular dish painted by Freeman, signed, 12.5cm long £200-300 (+Fees*)

325. A Royal Worcester porcelain cup and saucer painted highland cattle, signed, the saucer 10cm diameter, a Royal Worcester squat baluster vase painted blackberries and a similar example painted roses, each 7.5cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 326. A group of Royal Worcester porcelain to include a cup and saucer painted on an ivory ground, a Diana cup and saucer, two miniature tygs, a FG Doughty Grandmother’s Dress figurine, no 3081, a set of four Crown Derby cups and saucers, a Royal Copenhagen vase, three others and three Royal Worcester plates, one painted fruit and signed R Benington, 23.5cm diameter £80-100 (+Fees*) 327. A Masons Ironstone bowl with Japanned decoration, 50cm diameter £50-70 (+Fees*) 328. A 18th Century Italian polychrome majolica Holy water stoop, moulded with a crucifix, putti and shell, 35cm high £600-800 (+Fees*) 329. A small quantity of porcelain, 19th Century and later, comprising a pair of Royal Worcester heart-shaped teacups and a saucer, an octagonal Wedgwood coffee can and two saucers, an 1884 gilded and painted mug, a teacup and saucer inscribed Charlie and various others £60-80 (+Fees*) 330. Two Royal Crown Derby paperweights, pied wagtail and bunting, each with gold stopper £50-70 (+Fees*) 331. A pair of Bloor Derby egg cups and stands, two tea bowls and saucers, a tea cup and saucer, five egg cups and a small Continental figure £40-50 (+Fees*) 332. A quantity of red and cream kitchenware including jars for flour and currants, casters, jugs etc. £100-150 (+Fees*) 333. Six blue enamel jugs and two pottery examples £40-60 (+Fees*)

334. A Royal Worcester part dinner service, decorated floral sprays and another dinner service £50-70 (+Fees*) 335. A Royal Doulton part dinner service with cobalt blue and gilt borders, including tureens and sauce tureens £100-150 (+Fees*) 336. Sundry decorative ceramics £40-60 (+Fees*) 337. An English pearlware figure group of two children leaning on a plinth, 15cm high, a porcelain figure of a cherub, a pot lid The Battle of the Nile and sundry ceramics £60-80 (+Fees*) 338. A pair of Derby circular boxes and covers, circa 1820, with pinecone finials and raised floral decoration, 12.5cm diameter and two English porcelain shell shaped baskets with foliate borders, circa 1830, 19.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 339. A Royal Doulton vase, decorated windmills in a landscape, signed Hancock, 14cm high and another Royal Doulton vase of Art Nouveau twin handled design, decorated panels of sheep in moonlight, to a faux malachite ground, 15cm high £120-180 (+Fees*) 340. A child’s Staffordshire pottery mug, circa 1830, decorated a juggler to one side, a robin to the other, another inscribed ‘A Present for my Girl’, in silver lustre and a lustre mug £80-120 (+Fees*) 341. A Wedgwood dinner service with gilt rims, comprising 21 dinner plates (and 2 closely matched), 12 soup plates, 20 dessert plates, 19 saucers or stands, 8 twin handled soup bowls, 12 salad plates, a sugar bowl, 18 side plates and 6 closely matched Wedgwood soup bowls and stands £80-120 (+Fees*) 342. A pâte-sur-pâte vase and cover by Thomas, Limoges, decorated butterflies, signed Tom in gilt, 43cm high £40-60 (+Fees*)

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343. A pair of Locke & Co. Worcester vases, modelled as trumpet lilies, 16cm high and five other pieces of Locke & Co. Worcester £60-80 (+Fees*) 344. A Locke & Co. Worcester sugar caster, painted panels of birds, 14cm high and thirteen other pieces of Locke & Co. Worcester £60-80 (+Fees*) 345. An extensive Royal Copenhagen blue and white dinner service £600-800 (+Fees*) 346. An early pottery jug with red decoration, 24.25cm high £50-80 (+Fees*) 347. Nine Staffordshire type pastille burners £40-60 (+Fees*) 348. A Sitzendorf oval bowl, circa 1860, modelled with a cockatoo to each end of the lattice pierced bowl, flower encrusted to the exterior, 31cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*)

Asian Works of Art 349. A small carved jade pendant, depicting a phoenix to one side, dragon to the other, 6cm long £60-80 (+Fees*) 350. A 19th Century miniature Japanese Imari plate, 8.5cm diameter and another similar of oval form £60-80 (+Fees*) 351. A Japanese celadon glazed and enamelled jardinière of square tapering form with metal liner, 21cm high, a smaller similar example and a small Vienna plate £30-50 (+Fees*) 352. A 20th Century Chinese lacquered cabinet, decorated flowers to a red ground, fitted a single drawer above cupboard doors, 51cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 353. A carved model of a panther, carved from volcanic rock, 20cm high £200-300 (+Fees*)


Lot 360 354. A Chinese four-fold screen, carved and painted plants and animals, 183cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 355. A 20th Century japanned lacquer pedestal, decorated mountainous landscape in gilt on a deep red ground, 101cm high £80-120 (+Fees*)

361. A 19th Century Japanese bronze figure of an eagle, modelled with outstretched wings on a naturalistic base, wing span 110cm x 77cm high £400-600 (+Fees*) 362. A Chinese famille rose plate enamelled with a flowering branch, 32cm diameter £20-30 (+Fees*)

356. ◆ A 19th Century Japanese erotic ivory netsuke, 2.5cm high £30-50 (+Fees*)

363. A Chinese silver dollar, Republic, Sun Yat-Sen, decorated with a junk £40-60 (+Fees*)

357. Japanese School, 20th Century TREE WITH BIRDS signed Taro and Japanese script and seal verso ceramic plaque, 25cm x 38cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

364. A quantity of mother-of-pearl gaming tokens including fish shaped examples, approximately eighty £60-80 (+Fees*)

358. A 20th Century Chinese shallow dish decorated in doucai pallet with scrolling foliage and flowers, the reserves similarly decorated and bearing the six character mark for Yongzheng, 46.5cm diameter and another similar dish decorated with floral scrollwork and auspicious gifts, 47cm diameter £300-500 (+Fees*) 359. Late 18th/early 19th Century Japanese school EROTIC SCENES a pair colour wood blocks, each 12.5cm x 32cm and another similar 19cm x 22cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 360. A pair of early 19th Century Cantonese enamel tea bowls, finely enamelled flowerheads and scrolls on a green ground within a Grecian key border, 8cm diameter see illustration £80-120 (+Fees*)

365. A South East Asian bronze figure of the seated Buddha, calling the earth to witness, 43cm high £300-500 (+Fees*) 366. An Oriental lacquer box with gilt decoration of a fan to the concave top, 26cm wide, a carved wooden box with swivel cover, 25cm wide and a carved box of elephant form, 19cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 367. A large Japanese porcelain sake barrel, 38cm high, a smaller example and sundry Japanese vases, wood carvings etc. £80-120 (+Fees*) 368. Five Japanese cups and saucers in a fitted box marked Koransha, five Japanese bowls in a wooden box and sundry Oriental china £40-60 (+Fees*)

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369. Two Oriental porcelain plates each decorated figures in landscapes, character marks beneath, 21cm diameter £30-50 (+Fees*)

Costume and Textiles 370. A set of four silkwork pictures each featuring a young girl in the four seasons, worked as ovals, each 19cm x 15cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 371. A Mulberry Scotchgrain and brown leather handbag, another Mulberry brown leather handbag, a fur stole, another part stole and a small group of tails. £40-60 (+Fees*) 372. A group of various fans to include ostrich feather examples £40-60 (+Fees*) 373. A French lace and mother-of-pearl fan, in a Maison Gluais box, and various other fans, most boxed £60-80 (+Fees*) 374. A Welsh blanket, worked in mustard, black and white £30-50 (+Fees*) 375. A group of fabric rolls, varying designs and lengths £60-80 (+Fees*) 376. A large quantity of various rolls of fabric to include Sanderson fabric rolls, silk fragments, curtain material etc., mostly patterned £60-80 (+Fees*) 377. A quantity of various rolls of fabric, to included wool, tweed, linen and suede rolls, varying lengths of fabric £60-80 (+Fees*) 378. A quantity of various rolls of fabric to include a large roll of blue wool, various French Moreau rolls etc. £60-80 (+Fees*) 379. A quantity of various fabric fragments to include a cream and ochre floral piece, a beige and cream check piece and a wide banded red and cream piece. £50-70 (+Fees*)

380. A pair of early 19th Century needlework pictures, pastoral scenes, Woman Beside a Spinning Wheel, outside a mill and Woman, Child and Dog, in a pastoral landscape, 24cm x 17.5cm £80-100 (+Fees*)

Brass & Pewter 385. An early 19th Century Dutch brass oval jardinière with heavy gadrooned body, twin lion masks and ring handles, raised on four hairy paw feet, 39cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

396. A pewter charger, John Whitaker, circa 1690, 44.5cm diameter £100-200 (+Fees*) 397. A pewter dish, Stynt Duncumb of Bewdley, circa 1740, 38cm diameter, a pewter dish, ‘hallmark’ on front rim, circa 1720, 34.25cm diameter and a pewter dish, Allen Bright of Bristol, circa 1750, 30.5cm diameter £100-200 (+Fees*) 398. A pewter charger, by Thomas Powell, circa 1690, 45.75cm diameter £100-200 (+Fees*)

386. A Continental late 17th/early 18th Century brass bowl, raised on a circular foot, 20cm diameter £100-150 (+Fees*)

399. A broad rimmed pewter charger, by RC, naively engraved with signs of the zodiac, 45.75cm diameter £200-300 (+Fees*)

387. An early set of nested brass cup weights £100-200 (+Fees*)

400. A broad rimmed pewter charger, by William Hulls, circa 1680, 46.25cm diameter £200-300 (+Fees*)

388. A pewter charger, 42cm diameter, a pewter plate, 32cm diameter and four square shaped pewter dishes with moulded borders, 26.5cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 389. A brass bowl, circa 1800, 47cm diameter £60-90 (+Fees*) 390. A bossed brass bowl, circa 1700, 45.75cm diameter £100-200 (+Fees*) 391. A collection of five pewter spoons £50-80 (+Fees*) 392. An early 19th Century large Scottish pewter flagon, 25.5cm high £100-200 (+Fees*) 393. A pewter loving cup and a quart pewter mug, Framiloe & Sons £50-80 (+Fees*) 394. A quart pewter lidded tankard, Bush and Perkins of Bristol, circa 1780, 20.25cm high £100-200 (+Fees*) 395. A pint pewter lidded tankard, Ingram and Hunt of Bewdley, circa 1790, 16cm high £100-200 (+Fees*)

401. A pewter charger, by Edward Leapidge, circa 1710, 42cm diameter £100-200 (+Fees*) 402. A pewter charger, by John Trapp II of Worcester, circa 1690, 46.25cm diameter £100-200 (+Fees*) 403. A George II paktong candlestick, circa 1750, 20.25cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 404. A George II paktong taperstick, circa 1750, 12cm high £100-200 (+Fees*)

Miscellaneous Items 410. A Richard Walker mark IV split cane fishing rod, B James & Son, London, in canvas slip £40-60 (+Fees*) 411. A pair of Regency lacquered and gilt painted wine coasters, painted fruiting vines £60-80 (+Fees*)

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412. Two steamer trunks, canvas and cane bound, the largest 91.5cm x 54cm and a teal metal bound trunk £40-60 (+Fees*) 413. An oak brass bound trunk or silver box, with metal mounts, 57.5cm wide and another smaller £40-60 (+Fees*) 414. A quantity of various medals to include a Royal Masonic Institution for Girls steward medal, 1937, another for Royal Masonic, Instruction for Boys, a Society on Miniature Rifle Clubs ‘First Lady Dewer Trial’ 1936 medal, a large quantity of various miniature rifle club medals £80-100 (+Fees*) 415. A set of brass scales, three small pietra dura plaques, a Sheaffer pen set, a Centifix German tape measure and various others £40-60 (+Fees*) 416. A pair of brass fire dogs of Classical form with rams heads and urns, a copper coal scuttle and a pair of brass fire tongs £50-70 (+Fees*) 417. A group of approximately eighty LP records to include The Beatles, Elvis Presley, The Carpenters and approximately fifty 45rpm and 78rpm £60-80 (+Fees*) 418. A group of early 20th Century golf clubs and sticks various makers to include the New Mills Ray model, Hawson, Oswold Palmers & WG Martin, within a Halley canvas and leather bag and two modern golf clubs £60-80 (+Fees*) 419. A Regency inlaid tea caddy with brass swing handle, compartmental interior, 25cm wide £50-60 (+Fees*) 420. A linen and leather mounted travelling case, a hat box and two leather suitcases £60-80 (+Fees*) 421. A 19th Century United States stagecoach leather strong box, with brass mounts and locks and with securing chains at the back, stencilled and embossed numbers, 89cm wide see illustration £250-300 (+Fees*) 26

Lot 421 422. A Victorian oak and brass mounted stationery cabinet, with slope front and fitted interior, 29cm wide £120-150 (+Fees*) 423. A 19th Century stereoscope and a large quantity of stereo slides to include scenes of the Lake District, the Cotswolds and various others £100-150 (+Fees*) 424. An oak billiards scoreboard, 82.5cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 425. A 19th Century Coco de Mer from the Seychelles, 25.5cm x 25cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 426. Two blue pottery lamp bases, 28cm high and another with cream and gold pottery base, 30cm high £20-30 (+Fees*) 427. A Georgian D-shaped fender with brass top rail and wire mesh surround, 95cm wide £30-40 (+Fees*) 428. A Victorian brass bound rosewood dressing case, glass jars with plated mounts to the fitted interior, 32cm wide £120-150 (+Fees*)

432. Five wooden decoy ducks, various £40-60 (+Fees*) 433. A pair of red painted cast iron pricket candlesticks, 71cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 434. A quantity of red and white enamel kitchenware including graduated sets of pans and jars £100-150 (+Fees*) 435. A quantity of brass lock plates and sundry door fittings £40-60 (+Fees*) 436. A rosewood flute by Howarth, London, cased £40-60 (+Fees*) 437. Two wire horses and other wire models £30-50 (+Fees*) 438. No Lot 439. Four small horse figures and two decoy ducks £60-80 (+Fees*) 440. A large quantity of decorated calabashes £100-150 (+Fees*)

429. A small olivewood book press, late 19th Century, 20cm high £50-80 (+Fees*)

441. A white metal table lamp, of baluster form with figural supports, 31cm high excluding fittings £30-50 (+Fees*)

430. Three ribbed copper blancmange moulds, the largest 34cm and a brass bird cage, 38cm high £60-80 (+Fees*)

442. A Victorian burr walnut tea caddy with domed cover, 22cm wide £70-100 (+Fees*)

431. Three baluster brass candlesticks, another and a pair of brass candlesticks with beaded borders, 27cm high £30-40 (+Fees*)

443. Two miner’s lamps, both ‘The Protector’, Eccles, Manchester, 25cm high £80-120 (+Fees*)

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444. A large picnic hamper, fitted with vacuum flasks, porcelain plates and cups, storage containers, flatware, etc., the case 63cm wide and a crocodile skin briefcase £100-150 (+Fees*) 445. A Victorian walnut tea caddy, of sarcophagus shape, 22cm wide £30-40 (+Fees*) 446. A scrimshaw tooth with a faded engraving and motto ‘Erin Go Bragh’, 13cm long £80-120 (+Fees*)

Work of Art 450. Paul Comolera (French 1818-1897) sculpture of a dead sparrow in bronze on a marble plinth, 14.5cm wide £80-100 (+Fees*) 451. Carlo Fontana A 19th Century Neoclassical Italian marble group, L’Amazzone, signed and dated 1866, 82.5cm wide see illustration £4000-6000 (+Fees*)

452. A pair of specimen marble obelisks, one damaged, 43.5cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 453. Five early 20th Century shell ware frames, various shapes including heart shaped £80-120 (+Fees*) 454. Six early 20th Century shell ware dioramas, the circular printed backing with applied seaweed, moss and shell to shell encrusted frames see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*) 455. A shell ware box of trefoil shape with pin cushion marked Toulon to the cover, 15.5cm wide, a similar rectangular example, the pin cushion marked A Present from Folkestone and sundry shell ware boxes £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 454

457. A 19th Century bronze figure of a child seated on a stump, 18cm high £120-180 (+Fees*) 458. A spelter figure of a tribesman holding a dagger, 33.5cm high £60-80 (+Fees*)

456. A shell ware mantel clock of arch shape, 24cm wide, a hand mirror and various other pieces £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 451

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469. A gilt brass cased carriage clock of serpentine outline, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, 15.5cm high handle up £40-60 (+Fees*)

Clocks 465. A late 18th Century oak cased longcase clock, Thomas Richardson, the square brass dial with corner spandrels, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture and oval name plate, fitted an eight-day movement, the case with free standing columns to the hood and quarter columns to the trunk, the dial 30.5cm wide £300-400 (+Fees*)

470. A French gilt metal mounted mantel clock, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals to a rectangular plinth, 31cm wide and a black slate cased mantel clock £60-80 (+Fees*)

466. A late 19th Century French gilt brass and champlevé enamel mantel clock with gadrooned top and fruiting finial, circular dial, 35cm high see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

471. A gilt brass cased carriage clock, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary dial, with carry case, 15cm high handle up £80-100 (+Fees*)

467. A miniature brass carriage clock, Nathan & Co., Birmingham, single fusee movement, 9.5cm high and a chinoiserie lacquered mantel clock by Elliott, London, retailed by Mappin & Webb Ltd., 23cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 468. A Matthew Norman miniature carriage clock, the gilt brass case with fluted columns to the corners, 10.5cm high handle up £60-80 (+Fees*)

472. A reproduction lantern clock, the dial signed Tho’ Moore, Ipswich, 36.5cm high and a gilt brass cased carriage clock, 15cm high handle up £60-80 (+Fees*) 473. An alabaster cased mantel clock, the dial with Arabic numerals, on four columns to a square plinth, 39cm high £120-180 (+Fees*)

Rugs & Carpets 480. Three Eastern rugs, the largest with a plain rust red field within a multifield border, 185cm x 127cm, another in pale greys and blues and the other with stylised trees to a black and red ground £50-100 (+Fees*) 481. An Eastern carpet, red ground with multiple border, 382cm x 270cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 482. Two Kilim rugs worked in red, blue and green on a red and cream ground, the largest 187cm x 116cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 483. Three Afghan rugs worked in black to a golden ground, the largest 295cm x 84cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 484. An Eastern prayer rug with all over stylised design within a figured border, 238cm x 153cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 485. A Chinese silk carpet, the central floral medallion to a trellis ground within a floral border, 365cm x 272cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 486. A Hamadan rug with twin triple pole medallions on a red ground, decorated animals and stylised flowers, 280cm x 208cm £200-250 (+Fees*) 487. An Eastern style carpet with all over stylised design on a red ground, 380cm x 280cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 488. An Eastern rug, 220cm x 141cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 489. A Bulgarian Chiprovtsi type runner, with horizontal multi-coloured stripes, 750cm x 106cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 490. An Isfahan carpet, central Persia, 346cm x 239cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

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Furniture & Furnishings 500. A 19th Century oak and brass bound campaign chest, with fitted interior and brass swing handles, 101cm wide £600-800 (+Fees*) 501. A pair of floor standing blackamoors, each figure in traditional dress with nine-light chandelier above their heads, 209cm high see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 502. A brown leather button back wing armchair with studded arms £150-200 (+Fees*) 503. A Victorian mahogany linen press, the upper section enclosing two banks of slides, 128.5cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 504. A child’s 19th Century mahogany open armchair, with pierced splat back and drop-in leather seat £100-150 (+Fees*)

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505. A Regency chinoiserie work table decorated in gilt on black lacquer, fitted interior, on shaped end supports, 64.5cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 506. A 19th Century rosewood and inlaid games table, with a mother-of-pearl and tortoiseshell inlaid games board to lift-off top revealing fitted inlaid interior, raised on twin supports on turned stretcher with hairy paw feet on castors, 57cm wide see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 507. A Victorian walnut framed button back armchair with floral and scroll carving £40-60 (+Fees*) 508. A large oak bookcase of two sections, each fitted three shelves, overall 192cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 509. A mannequin figure of a golf player, designed by Keith Owen, 89cm high £250-300 (+Fees*) 510. A mannequin figure of a polo player, designed by Keith Owen, 89cm high £200-250 (+Fees*)

511. A Victorian mahogany chest of four drawers, on splay feet, 94.5cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 512. A late 19th Century mahogany three-tier buffet, fitted three drawers, on baluster supports, 120cm wide £200-250 (+Fees*) 513. A George III mahogany secretaire, with fitted drawer and three drawers beneath, 89cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 514. A mahogany bookcase, enclosed by a pair of glazed bar doors £80-120 (+Fees*) 515. A rectangular stone trough, 65cm x 52cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 516. An early 19th Century mahogany bowfront chest, fitted four drawers, on later turned feet £150-200 (+Fees*) 517. A George IV mahogany table fitted two drawers, on turned legs, 92cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 518. A Victorian mahogany display cabinet enclosed by a glazed door, with surround of chequered banding £120-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 506

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531. A George III oak side table fitted a single drawer on square chamfered legs, 91.5cm wide, adapted from a tea table £100-150 (+Fees*) 532. A Victorian rosewood framed stool, with needlepoint seat on carved moulded legs, 100cm x 55cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 533. A George II mahogany drop leaf table, the rectangular top with indented corners, on turned legs with pad feet, 129.5cm x 105cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 519 519. An early Regency mahogany secretaire with fitted interior, the twin cupboard doors inlaid shell patera, the fall inlaid fan-shaped patera and central oval with three graduated drawers beneath, 133cm wide see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*) 520. A Victorian upholstered ottoman, on bun feet, 76cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 521. A child’s ebonised Windsor type chair and another child’s chair £50-70 (+Fees*) 522. A French bed with painted frame and upholstered head and foot boards, 160cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 523. An adjustable reading lamp and a brass fire curb £40-60 (+Fees*) 524. A painted coffee table, 130cm x 54cm £20-30 (+Fees*)


525. A pair of table lamps of octagonal column form, 46cm high excluding fitting and a similar pair £100-150 (+Fees*) 526. A pair of porcelain column lamp bases, marked Coimbra Portugal, 60cm high excluding fitting £60-80 (+Fees*) 527. A pair of turned wood lamp bases, 44cm high excluding fittings £50-70 (+Fees*) 528. A pair of bronze table lamps, of column form on a triple paw support, 45.5cm high excluding fittings and a similar lamp base £100-150 (+Fees*) 529. A gilt metal lamp base with acanthus leaf decoration, 55cm high excluding fittings and sundry table lamps £80-120 (+Fees*) 530. A George III mahogany tray top commode, with tambour door, alterations, 49cm wide £80-100 (+Fees*)

534. A William and Mary style walnut framed stool, the turned legs united by a wavy X stretcher, 52cm wide and a mahogany framed stool, 54cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 535. A Regency gilt framed overmantel mirror, 127cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 536. An 18th Century oak chest, carved lozenges to the two-panel top and front, 98cm wide £120-180 (+Fees*) 537. A French walnut framed armchair with upholstered back and seat, on moulded front legs £70-90 (+Fees*) 538. A pair of Victorian balloon back chairs, another pair of Victorian chairs and two other chairs £40-60 (+Fees*) 539. A 19th Century footstool, with paw feet to the corners and two other footstools £60-80 (+Fees*) 540. A Victorian walnut framed stool on moulded cabriole legs with knurl feet, 48cm x 48cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

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550. A George III walnut and feather banded lowboy, on cabriole legs with bun feet, 70cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 551. A mahogany side cabinet, the upper section enclosed by grille panel doors, the lower section fitted four drawers, 90cm wide x 170cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 552. A 19th Century metamorphic library chair/steps and a 19th Century mahogany framed open armchair £50-70 (+Fees*) 553. A George III oval wine cooler, brass bound on moulded square legs, 60cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 554. A 19th Century mahogany dressing table mirror, the oval glass to a bowfront base fitted three drawers, 50cm wide and a wooden box £40-60 (+Fees*) 555. A 19th Century bowfront sideboard, on square tapering legs with spade feet, 168cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) Lot 546 541. A beech framed fauteuil with floral needlework back, arms and seat on moulded front legs £70-100 (+Fees*)

545. A modern wall mirror, the bevelled glass, 100cm x 75cm and two other wall mirrors £40-60 (+Fees*)

542. A George III mahogany bureau with fitted interior above an arrangement of two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 92cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*)

546. A 19th Century campaign bed, the foot columns with leaf carved capitals above twist turned, reeded and fluted decoration, with arched metal canopy holder and bespoke horse hair mattress, 196cm x 113cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

543. A set of carved wall shelves, the crest and sides with oak sprig decoration, 34.5cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 544. A Victorian walnut framed stool with canted square upholstered seat on moulded legs, 40cm wide and a Victorian mahogany Sutherland table, 92cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

547. A pine mule chest with hinged cover and two drawers, 128cm wide £40-60 (+Fees*) 548. An upholstered armchair on carved legs, with claw and ball feet £30-40 (+Fees*) 549. A Victorian mahogany triple wardrobe, 202cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

556. A 19th Century mahogany Canterbury, fitted a drawer and on turned legs, 47cm wide £80-100 (+Fees*) 557. A George III mahogany Pembroke table, the oval two-flap top on square tapering legs with brass castors, 82cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 558. A harlequin set of George III style dining chairs, each with interlaced splat back, eight singles and one carver £200-300 (+Fees*) 559. An Italian walnut bureau, 18th Century and later, of narrow proportions, 69cm wide £30-50 (+Fees*) 560. A giltwood console table, late 19th early 20th Century, with C scroll and foliate central motif with serpentine marble top, 98cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*)

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Lot 566 561. A large carved giltwood overmantel mirror, late 19th Century, the arched and bevelled centre plate flanked by smaller plates within a foliate carved and beaded frame with pagoda top, 253cm high x 185cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 562. An Italian walnut commode, 18th Century and later, fitted four drawers, 97cm high x 72cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*)


563. A set of six Italian walnut armchairs, early 20th Century, with slung leather seats and bobbin turned legs £100-150 (+Fees*) 564. A pair of Italian walnut hall chairs, 19th Century, each with tapering panel backs headed by a carved patera, the supports pierced with shaped design, 125cm high £40-60 (+Fees*) 565. A pair of North Italian panchetta with polychrome decoration including armorial shields to the backs, 99cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*)

566. A Flemish red tortoiseshell and ebony cabinet on stand, possibly Antwerp, the front set with paintings depicting scenes from the Life of Christ, the central cupboard doors enclosing an inlaid interior with mirror back, the three drawer stand on turned legs united by a parquetry under tier, 17th Century elements with alterations and restorations, 143cm wide x 48cm deep x 180cm high Provenance: Hardwicke Court, Gloucester see illustration £5000-8000 (+Fees*)

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Lot 567 567. A 19th Century carved Italian cabinet modelled as Siena Cathedral, with clock to the top centre, the blue enamel dial signed Klaftenberger, 157 Regent Street, the front opening to reveal a fitted interior of drawers around a central mirror back alcove, on a possibly associated Gothic revival style cupboard enclosed by two panel doors, 153.5cm wide x 73cm deep x 301cm high Provenance: Hardwicke Court, Gloucester see illustration £10000-15000 (+Fees*) Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Lot may be subject to an additional fee (see page 1)


568. An Iberian brass mounted rosewood and leather covered side chair £300-500 (+Fees*) 569. A modern armchair £150-200 (+Fees*) 570. A Danish mahogany display cabinet, circa 1900, enclosed by glazed panel doors, 172cm high x 108cm wide £400-600 (+Fees*) 571. A three-fold screen with glazed upper section £80-120 (+Fees*) 572. An adjustable lamp on wrought iron stand with tripod base £80-120 (+Fees*) 573. A Victorian walnut work table, the circular top 47cm diameter £70-90 (+Fees*) 574. A 19th Century mahogany card table on turned legs, 91cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 575. A cast iron garden table and four chairs £70-100 (+Fees*) 576. An 18th Century oak Bible box, with sloping fall and carved sides, 73cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 577. A George IV bowfront mahogany sideboard, on turned legs, 168cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 578. A cane seated window seat, on turned legs and stretchers, 122cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 579. A carved oak cupboard, enclosed by two linenfold panel doors, 182.5cm x 137cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 580. A 19th Century mahogany bowfront chest, two short over three long graduating drawers, on splay feet, 103cm wide £80-100 (+Fees*) 581. A 19th Century mahogany linen press, the upper section enclosed by panel doors, the base fitted two short over two long drawers, 204cm x 131cm wide £300-500 (+Fees*)


Lot 594 582. A carved oak pedestal desk, fitted nine drawers around a kneehole, the drawers with grotesque mask handles, 154cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 583. A Victorian elm chest, two short over three long drawers, with gothic style ring handles, 106cm wide £300-500 (+Fees*) 584. A Victorian mahogany swing frame mirror, on turned supports, 57cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 585. A set of four rail back dining chairs £40-60 (+Fees*) 586. A child’s George III style dining chair £30-50 (+Fees*) 587. An 18th Century style wine table, the galleried square top on a fluted column and tripod base, 24.5cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 588. A Victorian button back armchair on carved front legs £50-70 (+Fees*)

589. A Moorish bone and mother-of-pearl inlaid hexagonal table, on turned legs united by stretchers, 53cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 590. A Victorian walnut and inlaid card table, the fold-over top enclosing a baize interior, on turned legs with ceramic castors, 96cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 591. A 19th Century mahogany bowfront serving table, with three-quarter galleried top above three frieze drawers, on turned legs, 122cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*) 592. A 20th Century tea trolley with pierced gallery and turned supports, on brass wheels, 86cm wide £30-50 (+Fees*) 593. An 18th Century walnut chair with splat back, drop-in seat and on cabriole front legs £80-120 (+Fees*) 594. A Victorian rosewood side table, fitted a drawer on end supports with pierced fretwork panels and on castors, 62cm wide see illustration £180-220 (+Fees*)

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608. A group of three motoring posters, to include Morris posters of the Wolseley 6/99, Engine Parts poster and the Morris five-ton truck (504) lubrication chart produced by BMC (British Motoring Cooperation) £20-30 (+Fees*) 609. William Strang RA (1859-1921) DR THOMAS GRAHAM BALFOUR F.R.S. HON PHYSICIAN TO QUEEN VICTORIA signed in pencil bottom right and in the plate bottom left etching, the plate 22.5cm x 16cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 610. Thomas Berrick PARTRIDGE LESSER REDPOLE one numbered 144/300 wood engravings, 9cm x 12cm David Gentleman (1930) MAY FROM SHEPHERDS CALENDAR 5.5cm x 8.5cm Miriam Macgregor JUNE MORNING 7cm x 11cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 597 595. Four oak dining chairs with drop-in rush seats and pierced splat backs £160-180 (+Fees*) 596. A Pleyel Wolff Lyon & Cie. 7 octave grand piano, frame No. 38F784, the rosewood case on turned legs, 167.5cm long £300-500 (+Fees*) 597. A Victorian gilt framed mirror, the concave frame with beaded borders, the plate 103.5cm x 61cm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 598. A gilt metal two-tier chandelier, the upper six-branch tier with six lights, the lower six-branch tier with twelve lights £300-500 (+Fees*)

Prints 605. Thomas Bush Hardy (British 1842-1897) CALAIS chromolithograph, 31.5cm x 58.5cm £30-50 (+Fees*) 606. Two over painted prints in decorative gilt frames 37cm x 32cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 607. ARR David Shepherd (British 1931-2017) ’BISCUITS’ signed in pencil limited edition 879 lithograph, image plate, 37cm x 41cm ’THREE HAPPY JUMBOS’ signed and authentication stamp limited edition lithograph, 46cm x 83cm (image plate) ’AFRICAN BULL ELEPHANT’ signed and authentication stamp limited edition 597/850 lithograph, 56cm x 51cm (image) £150-200 (+Fees*)

611. William Nicholson (1872-1949) I RISE EARLY, 1900 woodcut with lithographic colouring, 13.5cm x 8.5cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 612. Randolph Schwabe (1885-1948) LA CONCIERGERIE, PARIS, 1910 signed and titled in pencil and initialled and dated in plate etching, the plate 21cm x 25cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 613. Hugh Casson (1910-1999) CHELTENHAM COLLEGE signed limited edition print of 550/650, 28.5cm x 45cm and another of Pittville, Cheltenham £50-70 (+Fees*) 614. W. Alexander LES RAMPARTS, QUEBEC signed etching, 14.5cm x 17.5cm and an etching by F Robson and another of Quebec £60-80 (+Fees*)

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615. After the early 19th Century English School SIX RACE HORSES: 1818 Reveller; 1827 Matilda; 1822 Theodore; 1824 Jerry; 1816 The Duchess; Barefoot 1823 print laid to canvas, 30cm x 41cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

Drawings & Watercolours

616. A large quantity of 19th Century and other engravings, all unframed £60-80 (+Fees*)

626. 19th Century English School THE WRECK bears signature watercolour, 43cm x 52cm in maplewood frame £120-150 (+Fees*)

617. W. Say after John Jackson SIR WATKIN WILLIAMS WYNN BART signed lower right by the sitter engraving, 44cm x 35cm and a folio of sundry prints £50-80 (+Fees*) 618. Greenwood (C & I) Map of the County of Southampton, published 4th July 1829 and map of the County of Warwick, published Feb 24th 1830, 57.5cm x 68cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 619. C G Lewis after Rosa Bonheur MORNING IN THE HIGHLANDS engraving, 61cm x 96.5cm and sundry prints £50-70 (+Fees*) 620. Joseph Kirkpatrick (British 1872-1936) AN OLD ENGLISH COTTAGE signed in pencil etching, 17.5cm x 25cm and sundry prints £30-40 (+Fees*) 621. James Bacon & Sons SILK PORTRAIT OF A LADY seated, gazing in a mirror print on silk, 34cm x 25cm and Michael N Oxenham KINGFISHER limited edition 112/580 print, 19.5cm x 23.5cm £20-30 (+Fees*)

625. 19th Century FOUR CHILD PORTRAITS two inscribed watercolours the largest 12cm x 22cm £120-150 (+Fees*)

627. Henry Hewett COTTAGE WITH CHILDREN signed watercolour 17cm x 24cm £120-150 (+Fees*) 628. Attributed to Charles Frederick Allbon (British 1856-1926) WINDSOR watercolour, 18cm x 30.5cm £120-150 (+Fees*) 629. R Czilinski PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN signed and dated 1921 watercolour, 26cm x 21cm £80-100 (+Fees*) 630. Late 18th/early 19th Century, English School CITY OF ROUEN signed T Girtin watercolour, 21cm x 32cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 631. Richard Redfern (British 1800-1900) MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPE WITH SHEEP signed watercolour, 27cm x 38cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 632. Thomas Charles Leeson Rowbotham (1823-1875) MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPES a pair signed and dated 1850 watercolours, 21cm x 31cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

634. David Cox Jr. (British 1809-1885) SHEEP IN A LANDSCAPE signed ink and wash, 13.5cm x 16.5cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 635. Attributed to George Sharples PORTRAIT OF ANNE wife of Rev. Samuel Phillips oval chalk on paper, 13.5cm x 9.5cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 636. Myles Birket Foster (British 1825-1895) PAGE FROM SKETCH BOOK watercolour, 10cm x 8.5cm Provenance: The Little Gallery, London £60-80 (+Fees*) 637. Early 19th Century School PORTRAIT OF A UNIFORMED GENTLEMAN indistinctly signed watercolour, 24cm x 18cm £100-120 (+Fees*) 638. ◆ Samuel Andrews (Irish c.1767-1807) OFFICER IN A BLUE COAT portrait miniature initialled and dated 1796 watercolour on ivory, 6cm x 5cm in a yellow metal frame with hair set panel within blue enamel border to reverse Note: Samuel Andrews arrived in India in 1791 and in 1795 moved to the house previously occupied by the miniature painter John Smart (1741-1811). John Smart had a huge influence on Andrews and many of their works relate to each other £150-200 (+Fees*) 639. F J Collingridge WINCHESTER CASTLE watercolour and 19th Century School COUNTRY VILLAGE watercolour (both unframed) £60-80 (+Fees*) 640. Early 20th Century THE SUN IS SINKING FAST, THE DAYLIGHT DIES watercolour, 27.5cm square £40-60 (+Fees*)

633. H J Birchall THEATRICAL SCENE signed watercolour and gouache, 44cm x 75cm £40-60 (+Fees*)


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641. English School, early 19th Century CHANCE OF WAR watercolour, 9cm x 12cm and nine other humorous watercolours on card, unframed see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

655. Isobel Baynes Badcock (1863-1939) HENRY WILLIAM BANKS DAVIS IN HIS STUDY signed with initials on reverse and dated 1904 watercolour, 23cm x 18cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 656. Isobel Baynes Badcock (1863-1939) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, HEAD AND

642. William Manners (British 1860-1930) RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH FLOCK OF SHEEP signed and dated 1890 watercolour, 27cm x 43cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 643. William Manners (British 1860-1930) AUTUMN LANDSCAPE WITH HEAVY HORSES signed lower left watercolour, 24cm x 34cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 644. John Francis Salmon (British 1808-1886) FISHING BOATS AT HARBOUR ENTRANCE signed and dated lower left, John Salmon 1880 watercolour, 26cm x 46cm Provenance: Heather Newman £120-150 (+Fees*) 645. W Saunders THE MEET AT RODMARTON watercolour, signed and dated 21st Feb ‘00, 37cm x 54cm; after G H Phillips after The Cricket Match between Sussex and Kent at Brighton colour print, 46cm x 64.5cm and sundry prints £40-60 (+Fees*) 646. ARR Marjorie Cox (British 1915-2003) RUSS portrait of a Labrador signed and dated 1965 pastel, 48.5cm x 33.5cm and R Beavis STUDIES OF DUCKS watercolour and bodycolour, 25cm x 25cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 647. 19th Century French school BRETON FISHER FOLK ON THE SHORE watercolour, 10cm x 16.5cm three Victorian botanical watercolours, one inscribed and indistinctly signed and sundry pictures £50-70 (+Fees*)


watercolour, oval, 30.5cm x 20cm £80-120 (+Fees*) Lot 641 648. John Bates Noel (British 1870-1927) CUTTING CORN NEAR MALVERN signed watercolour, 25cm x 35cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 649. Michael Crawley FLY FISHING, RIVER WYE, DERBYSHIRE signed watercolour, 25cm x 33.5cm £80-100 (+Fees*) 650. No Lot 651. Petty Phillips Oates SKETCH OF THE EXTERIOR OF A HOUSE signed Phillips watercolour, 38cm x 48.5cm £30-50 (+Fees*) 652. L Stevenson, 1978 ARAB STALLION signed, pastel, 30cm x 43cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 653. Isobel Baynes Badcock (1863-1939) IN THE ROSE & CROWN’; PORTRAIT OF KATE BADCOCK signed with initials on reverse watercolour, 25cm x 30.5cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 654. Isobel Baynes Badcock (1863-1939) PORTRAIT OF A LADY IN SPANISH COSTUME (AT HAVERFORDWEST CASTLE, PEMBROKESHIRE) signed on reverse watercolour, oval, 25cm x 20cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

657. Isobel Baynes Badcock (1863-1939) PORTRAIT OF A LADY IN BLUE DRESS watercolour, oval, 28cm x 23cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 658. Isobel Baynes Badcock (1863-1939) PORTRAIT OF A CHILD dated August 1912, inscribed on reverse watercolour, 35.5cm x 25cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 659. Isobel Baynes Badcock (1863-1939) PORTRAIT OF A LADY WEARING A YELLOW SHAWL watercolour, 40.5cm x 30.5cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 660. Isobel Baynes Badcock (1863-1939) ’BABY P’, SKETCH FOR PORTRAIT inscribed on reverse watercolour, 23cm x 20cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 661. F H Tyndale (1900-1998) A BYEWAY signed and inscribed on reverse watercolour, 18cm x 25cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 662. Manner of David Roberts CATHEDRAL INTERIOR WITH FIGURE VIEWING PROCESSION

watercolour, 43cm x 33cm £120-180 (+Fees*) 663. A large collection of picture frames £80-120 (+Fees*) 664. 19th Century English School YACHTS ON A ROUGH SEA watercolour, 31cm x 51cm and sundry pictures £40-60 (+Fees*)

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665. Henry Hilton (act. 1879-1888) THE LLUGWY, NEAR TAN-Y-BWLCH, PORTMADOC, N. WALES signed watercolour, 33cm x 48.5cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 666. JPS ORIENTAL STREET SCENE monogrammed and dated ‘90 watercolour, 23cm x 33cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 667. Edgar Wood SKETCHES OF BELGIAN BUILDINGS signed pen and ink, 20.5cm x 28.5cm and smaller £40-60 (+Fees*) 668. After Landseer THE INTRUDERS pen and ink, 25cm x 35cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 669. Maurice Leloir (French 1853-1940) COUPLE DRINKING FROM A CHAMPAGNE COUPE signed watercolour, 26cm x 38cm £800-1200 (+Fees*) 670. Early 20th Century THREE EGYPTIAN VIEWS initialled V watercolour, 22.5cm x 14.5cm £30-50 (+Fees*) 671. J Neville A PRESENTATION WATERCOLOUR inscribed to ‘Wee Georgie Wood...from the patients of the Waterfall Sanatorium, New South Wales, Australia’ dated 17.6.1925 watercolour, 30cm x 24.5cm and a folio of watercolours by A Burgess Sharrocks, T Hoblyn, etc. £50-80 (+Fees*) 672. 19th Century English School PORTRAIT OF THE HON HENRIETTE RUSHOOT inscribed verso oval pastel, 45cm x 36cm and another by the same hand, oval, 45cm x 36cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 673 673. Hugh William ‘Grecian’ Williams (Scottish 1773-1829) LAKE LANDSCAPE signed and dated 1798 watercolour, 52cm x 72.5cm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 674. William Herbert Allen (19th Century) CATTLE WATERING FISHING a pair one signed and dated ‘82 watercolour, 18cm x 34cm £80-100 (+Fees*) 675. K R Emerson HARBOUR signed gouache, 32cm x 28cm RB COASTAL VIEW initialled gouache, 24cm x 30cm and another by the same AT THE RACES pastel, 35cm x 47cm £30-50 (+Fees*)

676. Henry Clarence Whaite (1828-1912) SNOWDON, NEAR PORT MADOC signed watercolour, 27cm x 39cm FJA HOUSE BY THE SHORE initialled FJA watercolour, 20cm x 32cm (both unframed) The Gevels STREET SCENES a pair signed and dated 1917 watercolour, 23cm x 11cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

Oil Paintings 680. R Hulk HIGHLAND LANDSCAPE signed oil on board, 23cm x 38cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 681. Franz Haepfner (German 1853-1893) DUTCH LANDSCAPE WITH WINDMILL signed oil on canvas, 46.5cm x 59cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 682. Attributed to Fredrick Calvert MARINE SCENES a pair oil on canvas, 22cm x 29cm £400-600 (+Fees*)


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683. Manner of Charles Towne LANDSCAPE WITH CATTLE, SHEEP AND DONKEY oil on canvas, 49cm x 59cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 684. 19th Century Continental School PLAYING ON THE ICE indistinctly signed and dated 18** oil on canvas, 26.5cm x 37cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 685. Continental School PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN IN PROFILE oil on canvas, 58cm x 42cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 686. Late 18th/Early 19th Century Italian School TENDING TO THE CHERUBS oil on canvas mounted on board, 29cm x 25cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 687. John Seymour RIVER LANDSCAPE signed oil on canvas, 34cm x 60cm £80-100 (+Fees*) 688. W C Becker HIGHLAND LANDSCAPE WITH SHEEP signed oil on canvas, 49cm x 75cm £80-100 (+Fees*)

689. Alios Wierer (Czech 1878-1945) MARKET DAY, CONTINENTAL TOWN signed oil on board, 28.5cm x 24cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 690. 18th Century English School PORTRAIT OF A MAN IN A HAT oil on canvas laid on panel, 29.5cm x 24cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 691. ARR Peter J Wingham COASTAL LANDSCAPE WITH MYTHICAL FIGURES inscribed to label verso oil on board, 27cm x 47cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 692. Manner of Théophile Emmanuel Duverger (French 1821-1886) THE CONNOISSEUR a seated girl examining an oil painting with magnifying glass bears signature oil on canvas, 56cm x 43cm £200-250 (+Fees*) 693. Braggart STILL LIFE WITH BASKET OF FLOWERS signed oil on canvas, 48cm x 44cm and a quantity of other floral still life £60-80 (+Fees*)

694. ARR Arthur William Redgate (British 1860-1970) SHEEP BY A RIVER signed oil on canvas, 49cm x 74.5cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 695. After Jacob van Ruisdael (Dutch 1628-1682) WINDMILL AT WIJK oil on canvas, 100cm x 175cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 696. Blanche Warburg FLORENTINE WOMAN half-length portrait oil on canvas, 72cm x 57cm (re-lined) £400-600 (+Fees*) 697. Manner of B W Leader PASTORAL SCENE WITH WINDMILL signed indistinctly oil on canvas board, 20cm x 26cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 698. * Ten Kate STANDING WITH THE CHILDREN signed oil on panel, 14.5cm x 11cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 699. Hendrick Waldorp THE RESCUE signed oil on panel, 24.5cm x 29.5cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

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Champagne, Wine & Port

Champagne, Wine & Port

711. Bordeaux: Chateau d’Issan, Margaux 1999, 12 bottles

Please note, wine is sold as viewed and is not subject to return.

712. Champagne: Ruinart, Brut NV, 6 bottles

700. Champagne: Ruinart, Brut NV, six gift boxes of one 75cl bottle each

713. Champagne: Veuve Cliquot, Brut NV, 6 bottles

701. Champagne: Pol Roger, Brut Reserve NV, 6 bottles

714. Champagne: Ruinart, Brut NV, six gift boxes of one 75cl bottle each

702. Champagne: Pol Roger, Brut Reserve NV, 6 bottles

715. Champagne: Pol Roger, Brut Reserve NV, 3 boxed magnums (1.5L each)

703. Red Wine: Kim Crawford, Cabernet Franc, 2000, 10 bottles

716. Champagne: Laurent Perrier, Brut NV, 6 magnums (1.5L each)

704. Burgundy: Louis Jadot, Savigny-les-Beaune, Les Lavieres, 1996, 7 bottles

717. Bordeaux: Chateau Paveil de Luze, Margaux 2010, 12 bottles in original wooden case

705. Sauternes: Chateau Guiraud, 1er Grand Cru Classe, 1983, 2 bottles and three other bottles of dessert wine

718. Bordeaux: Chateau Batailley, Pauillac 2005, 12 bottles in original wooden case

706. White Wine: Viognier, Des Collines Rhodaniennes, 1993, 4 bottles; Chassagne Montrachet, Les Caillerets, 1er Cru, 1995, 1 bottle and Puligny Montrachet, 1 bottle, label soiled

719. Bordeaux: Chateau Batailley, Pauillac 2003, 12 bottles in original wooden case 720. Bordeaux: Chateau Paveil de Luze, Margaux 2010, 12 bottles in original wooden case

707. Bordeaux: One bottle each of - Chateau Grand-Puy-Lacoste, 1988; La Demoiselle de Sociando-Mallet, 1989; Chateau de Sales, 1996; Chateau Lanessan, 2000 and Chateau Paveil de Luze, 2001

721. Bordeaux: Chateau Kirwan, Margaux 2002, 12 bottles in original wooden case

708. Vintage Port: Quinta do Noval, 1963, 1 bottle and two bottles of Cockburn’s White Port

723. Bordeaux: Chateau Kirwan, Margaux 2002, 12 bottles in original wooden case

709. Burgundy: Volnay, Domaine Jean-Marie Bouley, 1989, 3 bottles; Gevrey-Chambertin, Serafin Pere et Fils, 1992, 1 bottle; Clos de la Feguine Beaune, Domaine Jacques Prieur, 1992 and Santenay-Commes Premier Cru, 1991, 1 bottle 710. Red Wine: Meerlust, cabernet Sauvignon 1989, 1 bottle; Tieffenbrunner 2008, 1 bottle; La Folia, Malbec 2008, 1 bottle; Louis Jadot, Savigny-Les-beaune 1996, 2 bottles and Sichel, Margaux 2005, 2 bottles

722. Bordeaux: Chateau Batailley, Pauillac 2005, 12 bottles in original wooden case

724. A quantity of wine racking £100-150 (+Fees*)

727. Vintage Port: Sandeman’s 1982, 12 bottles in original wooden case £150-200 (+Fees*) 728. White Wine: 24 bottles various, including: Barron de Barbon, Rioja, 2013/2014 Tikohi Sauvignon Blanc, 2015 Sebes Estate, Sauvignon Blanc, 2014 Tenuta Ca’ Bolani, Prosecco £30-50 (+Fees*) 729. White Wine: 24 bottles various, including: Chateau Le Coin, Sauvignon Gris, 2014, 2 bottles Split Rock, Sauvignon Blanc, 2014 Ticket to Chile, Sauvignon Blanc, 2015 £30-50 (+Fees*) 730. White Wine: 24 bottles various, including: Esk Valley, Sauvignon Blanc, 2014 Campanuela, Pinot Grigio, 2014 Whispering Jack, Chardonnay, 2014 Tesoro de Castilla, Verdejo, 2015 £30-50 (+Fees*) 731. White Wine: 24 bottles various, including: Grand Reserve de Gassac, 2013, 2 bottles Lost Ostrich, 2016 Brent Stone, Sauvignon Blanc, 2015 Yarrunga Field, bin No. 303, 2014, 2 bottles £30-50 (+Fees*) 732. White Wine: 24 bottles various, including: Le Grand Chai, Bordeaux, 2014, 2 bottles The Huguenot, Chenin Blanc, 2015 Sunday Bay, Sauvignon Blanc, 2014 £30-50 (+Fees*)

725. A group of 24 bottles of various wines, various vintages to include Chateau Neuf du Pape 2003 and Chateau Beaumont 1993 and a wooden wine rack £40-60 (+Fees*)

733. White Wine: 24 bottles various, including: White River, Chenin Blanc, 2014 Elqui River, Sauvignon Blanc, 2015 Liboreau, Sauvignon Blanc, 2015 Portinho do Coro, 2013 £30-50 (+Fees*)

726. A magnum of Taylor’s 1983 port, cased, a bottle of Cockburn’s 1975 vintage port, a bottle of Chateau-Lascombes, Margaux 1981, a bottle of Chateau Segonnes, Margaux 1986 and a bottle of Maison-Neuve Bergerac SEC 1993 (boxed) £40-60 (+Fees*)

734. White Wine: 24 bottles various, including: Lumina Lunae, Pinot Grigio, 2014 Rio Mataquito, Chardonnay, 2015 Three Rivers, Chenin Blanc, 2014 Graham Beck, Sauvignon Blanc, 2015 £30-50 (+Fees*)

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735. White Wine: 24 bottles various, including: La Portena, Chardonnay, 2015 Rainha do Mar, 2015 Peach Store, Vino Bianco, 2014 Don Cayetano, Sauvignon Blanc, 2015 £30-50 (+Fees*) 736. White Wine: 34 bottles various, including: Split Rock, Sauvignon Blanc, 2014, two bottles Conti Crivelli, Falanghina, 2015 La Voute, 2014 Abbesse, Sauvignon Blanc, 2014 Days of Summer, Muscat, 2015 £30-50 (+Fees*) 737. Red Wine: 24 bottles various, including: Chateau Haut Redon, 1990, 1 bottle Posada del Rey, 5 bottles The Full Fifteen, Australia, 3 bottles Idyll, Shiraz, 2010, 2 bottles £40-60 (+Fees*) 738. Red Wine: 24 bottles various, including: El Campeador, Jumilla, 2012, 2 bottles Long Live the King, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2013 Don Manuel, Merlot, 2013 £30-50 (+Fees*) 739. Rose Wine: 24 bottles various, including: Petticoat White Zinfandel, 2014, 4 bottles Cherry Orchard, Garnacha, 2013, 3 bottles Abbesse, 2013, 2 bottles £40-60 (+Fees*)


740. Vintage Port: Warre’s, 1979, 1982, 1985 and 1996 £100-150 (+Fees*)

748. Vintage Port: Croft 1960, 5 bottles, no labels £350-400 (+Fees*)

741. Vintage Port: Graham’s, 1977, 1979 and 1991 £80-120 (+Fees*)

749. Vintage Port: Croft 1960, 5 bottles, no labels £350-400 (+Fees*)

742. Vintage Port: Fonseca, 1985, 1996 and 1998 £80-100 (+Fees*)

750. Vintage Port: Taylors 1955, bottled by Averys, 1 bottle £200-300 (+Fees*)

743. Vintage Port: Dow’s 1975 and 1985 £50-70 (+Fees*)

751. Bordeaux: Chateau Lafite Rothschild, 1989, 1 bottle and Chateau Figeac St Emilion 1989, 1 bottle £400-600 (+Fees*)

744. Vintage Port: Taylor’s 1998, 2001 and Cockburn’s 1995 £80-100 (+Fees*) 745. Vintage Port: Cachao, 1979 Quinta da Roeda, 1980 C. Da Silva’s, 1982 Gould Campbell, 1983 £100-150 (+Fees*) 746. Barolo: Giacomo Borgogno E Figli, 1961, 1 bottle £50-80 (+Fees*) 747. Bordeaux: Chateau Rousseau de Sipian, 2005, Imperiale, in original wooden case £150-180 (+Fees*)

752. Bordeaux: Chateau Cheval Blanc, St Emilion, 1982, (cask sample); Chateau Grand Pey Les Cours, 1982, (cask sample), and Chateau Pape Clement 1982, 1 bottle £400-600 (+Fees*) 753. Bordeaux: Chateau Lafite Rothschild, 1959, 1 bottle £300-500 (+Fees*) 754. Bordeaux: Chateau Ausone St Emilion, 1926, 1 bottle £200-300 (+Fees*)

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Day Two Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Modern Prints & Watercolours 760. ARR John Talbert Mclean (Scottish, born 1939) ABSTRACT COMPOSITION signed, limited edition 3/40 screenprint, 76cm x 55cm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 761. Menashe Kadishman (Israeli 1932-2015) SHEEP PORTFOLIO I signed, artist’s proof serigraph and etching, 86cm x 77cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 762. ARR Laurence Stephen Lowry (British 1887-1976) TWO BROTHERS signed and blind stamp lithograph in colours, 63cm x 31cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

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Lot 762


763. Damien Hirst (British, born 1965) THE LAST SUPPER, 2005 signed lithograph, 148cm x 195cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

764. ARR Oliver Bedford (British 1902-1977) THE SLOOP INN, ST IVES signed, titled and numbered 2/50 etching, 10cm x 12.5cm £30-50 (+Fees*)

765. ARR Bartolomeu Cid Dos Santos (Portuguese 1931-2008) FLOWER GIRL limited edition 24/50 signed and dated 1967 etching with aquatint, the sheet 69.5cm x 57cm unframed £50-70 (+Fees*)

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769. ARR Philip Greenwood (British, born 1943) SNOW NIGHT, 1974 signed, number 13/150 with certificate colour etching and aquatint, plate 44cm x 55cm unframed £40-60 (+Fees*) 770. Uzo Egonu (Nigerian 1931-1996) LONE EATER, 1979 signed and dated ‘79 to label verso limited edition 19/50 lithograph, 51cm x 71cm unframed £30-50 (+Fees*)

Lot 771

771. Eric Gill (British 1882-1940) THE SOUL AND THE BRIDEGROOM, CIRCA 1927 signed, label verso ‘lovers embrace’, limited edition 5/10 wood engraving, 12cm x 8.5cm see illustration £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 772


766. ARR Valerie Thornton (British 1931-1991) MOISSAC artist’s proof signed and dated 1978 colour etching with aquatint the sheet 56.5cm x 39.5cm unframed £80-100 (+Fees*) 767. Jennifer Joan Dickson RA (Canadian, born 1936) THE SECRET GARDEN number 4/20 signed and with red seal mark photo etching, plate, 45cm x 60cm unframed £40-60 (+Fees*) 768. Michael Carlo (born 1945) ESTABLISHED TREE, 1981 number 35/200 signed lithograph, the image 35cm x 50.5cm and Richard Clark DOORWAY, QUAY BANK, BLACK COUNTRY signed and dated 1990 colour etching, the plate 56cm x 47cm unframed £40-60 (+Fees*)

772. Edward Henry Gordon Craig (British 1872-1966) GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO signed and dated within plate 1935 wood engraving, sheet 30cm x 21cm see illustration £120-150 (+Fees*) 773. Reinherd Hermann TOWN VIEW signed and dated 1966 woodcut, 21.5cm x 31cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 774. Cecily Sash (South African, born 1925) BOTTLE WITH SPRING ONION 1975 signed and dated ‘83 etching in colour, 25cm x 19.5cm see illustration £80-100 (+Fees*)

778. Frederick Landseer Griggs (1876-1938) THE QUAY, 1916 signed and inscribed Wilfrid Blair Fish (writer and editor) initialled and dated within plate limited edition of 40 etching, the plate 17cm x 20cm Provenance: Pershore Gallery £250-350 (+Fees*) 779. ARR Eveleen Buckton (British 1872-1962) SIGMUNDOKSON signed aquatint, plate 24cm x 30cm £50-70 (+Fees*)

775. Russian Poster GATHERING AT THE MILLS colour lithograph, 37cm x 26cm £30-50 (+Fees*) 776. ARR John Stops RWA (1925-2002) PORTHCLAIS signed and dated lithograph, 64cm x 30.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 777. Joseph Kirkpatrick (British 1872-1936) THE PLOUGH TEAM signed in pencil lithograph, 20cm x 25cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

Lot 774

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780. Sarah Van Niekerk (born 1934) THE TORTOISE signed, limited edition 1/14 linocut in colour, 47cm x 26.5cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 781. ARR Oscar Droege (1898-1982) ALPINE LANDSCAPES a pair signed woodcut in colours, each plate 36cm x 23.5cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 782. ARR Tony Soulié (French, born 1955) ABSTRACT COMPOSITION limited edition 100/295 lithograph, 47cm x 47cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 783. Simon Drew (British, born 1952) HEAR NO FISH, SEE NO FISH, SPEAK NO FISH EGGNETTS COD MORNING POULTRY IN MOTION signed in pencil, four prints, the largest 26cm x 33cm £70-90 (+Fees*) 784. Frederick Landseer Griggs (British 1876-1938) CASSEY-COMPTON inscribed to Una Ash Horton Clarke from F L Griggs, Campden 1906 woodcut, plate 11cm x 23.5cm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 785. Michael Mounsey CERNE ABBAS woodcut, plate 6.5cm x 9cm and LONG HALFORD MILL woodcut, plate 6.5cm x 9cm both signed and titled £40-60 (+Fees*)

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Lot 788 786. ARR Georges Braques (French 1882-1963) OISEAU DES FORÊTS 1958 bookplate No.50 page no 95/96 initialled within plate colour lithograph, plate 14cm x 23cm see illustration £60-80 (+Fees*) 787. ARR Joan Hassall (British 1906-1988) THE WATER SPLASH signed in pencil, limited edition 2/20 woodcut, plate 7.5cm x 10.5cm £20-30 (+Fees*)

788. ARR Edward Bawden (British 1903-1989) THE GUILDHALL signed and inscribed artists proof, numbered 45/75 linocut in colours plate 66.5cm x 50.5cm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 789. ARR Rigby Graham (British 1931-2015) LLANFIHANGEL ABERCYWYN signed, dated 1986 and inscribed artist’s proof woodcut, image 20cm x 30cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 786

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790. After William Morris THE CHAMBER OF LOVE IN THE WILDERNESS illustration, Kelmscott Press black and white engraving, 26.5cm x 18.5cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 791. 20th Century School MONDRINISSIMO signed indistinctly and dated ‘94 screenprint edition 2/15 lithograph, 83cm x 62cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 792. A group of four stencilled pictures, possibly designs for fabric and a modern hanging tapestry worked in ochre and black £30-50 (+Fees*) 793. ARR After Raoul Dufy (1877-1953) BAIE DE SAINTE-ANDRESSE, 1935 limited edition print 111 of 150, 47cm x 88cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 794. ARR John Brunsdon (1933-2014) RIVER WYE signed in pencil and numbered 13/14 artist’s proof print, 45cm x 60cm and Terry Frost JUNE, RED AND BLACK Tate Publishing print, 61cm x 46cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 795. ARR Wilhelmina Barnes-Graham (1912-2004) BEACH signed artist’s proof screenprint, 28.5cm x 40cm Provenance: Newlyn Art Gallery 1999, Gwen Hughes Fine Art see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 796. Edward Sherrif Curtis (1868-1952) SNAKE DANCER IN COSTUME, plate 430 CAYUSE WARRIOR, plate 272 CANOEING ON CLAYOQUOT SOUND, plate 373 APACHE-LAND, plate 4 PLACATING THE SPIRIT OF A SLAIN EAGLE-ASSINIBOIN, plate 643 A HESQUIAT MAIDEN, plate 379 photogravures, various sizes in conservation frames £500-700 (+Fees*) 797. ARR Johnathan Heale (20th Century) GENETIC ENGINEERING: BACON & EGGS (AP) AND MILK SHAKE OR KANGA-MOO prints, 10cm x 15cm and two other modern prints £30-50 (+Fees*)

Lot 795 798. ARR Marie Laurencin (French 1883-1956) PORTRAIT OF A LADY limited edition 129/150 lithograph, 45cm x 32cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 799. ARR Alison Neville (British, born 1945) ST BARTHOLOMEW’S I AND II signed and inscribed two etchings, aquatint in colours, 75cm x 53cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 800. ARR Father Peti NYMPHE MIROIR limited edition 1/32 screen print, 64.5cm x 45cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 801. ARR Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) LES MAIN LIÉES signed in pencil, limited edition 8/50 lithograph, 46.5cm x 60.5cm £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 802. ARR Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) MERE ET ENFANT MATERNITE signed and dated within plate 29.4.63 lithograph, plate 50.5cm x 39cm £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 803. ARR Powney ABSTRACT print 57/275, 38cm x 52cm £80-100 (+Fees*)

804. David Willardson (American) XOXO, POOH BEAR signed limited edition print serigraph in colour, 79cm x 39cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 805. ARR Paul Garfunkel (1900-1981) NOUVELLES IMAGES DU BRÉSIL a folio of serigraphs, published Sao Paulo 1962 £50-70 (+Fees*) 806. ARR After Crispin Eurich (1935-1976) TWO MEN FISHING AMONGST ANCHOR CHAINS, GRAVING DOCK, SOUTHAMPTON inscribed verso photograph, 29cm x 40cm and three other 20th Century photographs signed Herbertson £80-120 (+Fees*) 807. ARR Mary E Cutler WILD WEST WIND, GEVALUXE signed in pencil photograph, 26.5cm x 31cm two others by the same and two unsigned photographs £100-150 (+Fees*) 808. ARR Joseph Frank Cutler BLACK AND WHITE photograph of two recumbent goats monogrammed in pencil 27.5cm x 34.5cm two others by the same and two unsigned photographs along with several photography certificates to J F Cutler £100-150 (+Fees*)

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822. ARR Jennifer Bailey (British, 20th Century) FIRST SUN signed and dated ‘01 watercolour, 21cm x 15cm and A WALK IN SPRINGTIME, NEAR LERRYN, CORNWALL signed and dated ‘01 watercolour, 25cm x 17cm and one other £100-150 (+Fees*)

809. Urban COMPTON WYNYATES, WINTER signed, inscribed and numbered 28/75 hand coloured etching, 37.5cm x 48cm £20-30 (+Fees*) 810. ARR Lew Stringer (British, born 1959) TOM THUG original artwork for the Buster comic, 14th November 1992/48cm x 37cm £50-80 (+Fees*)

823. ARR Jennifer Bailey (British, 20th Century) TUSCAN MORNING signed and dated ‘98 watercolour, 16cm x 20cm PEACEFUL ABSTRACT signed and dated ‘97 watercolour, 16cm x 20cm and SEA FOG, KINGSAND signed and dated ‘98 watercolour, 26.5cm x 15cm £70-90 (+Fees*)

811. ARR Salliann Putman (British, born 1937) SUMMER FLOWERS IN A VASE signed watercolour and gouache on paper, 21.5cm x 20cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 812. ARR Bob Rudd (British, born 1944) RESTORMEL CASTLE, NOCTURNE signed pastel, 53cm x 68cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

824. ARR Jennifer Bailey (British, 20th Century) SUNLIGHT THROUGH MIST, POLPERRO signed and dated ‘99 watercolour, 30cm x 40cm £80-100 (+Fees*)

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813. Guy Malet RBA (British 1900-1973) THE GARDEN OF CARRY MALET MANOR, SOMERSET watercolour, 36cm x 51cm Provenance: Abbott & Holder £40-60 (+Fees*) 814. ARR Dennis Page (British, born 1926) KING’S COLLEGE CHAPEL, CAMBRIDGE signed watercolour, 36cm x 46cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 815. ARR Dennis Page (British, born 1926) BRIDGE OF SIGHS, ST. JOHN’S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE signed watercolour, 27cm x 35cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 816. ARR Dennis Page (British, born 1926) VICTORIA TOWER, WESTMINSTER signed watercolour, 31cm x 41cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 817. ARR Dennis Page (British, born 1926) MIDDLE GATE, WINCHESTER COLLEGE signed watercolour, 36cm x 25cm £200-300 (+Fees*)


818. ARR Dennis Page (British, born 1926) SWISS GUARD, ST PETERS, ROME signed watercolour, 52cm x 33cm see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*)

825. ARR Jennifer Bailey (British, 20th Century) INDIAN SUMMER, POLPERRO signed and dated ‘98 watercolour, 29cm x 41cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

819. ARR Dennis Page (British, born 1926) THE VAAR, VENICE signed watercolour, 25cm x 34cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

826. ARR Maurice Chesterton (British 1882-1962) IN THE PARK signed watercolour, 32cm x 26.5cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

820. ARR John Gilroy (British 1898-1985) FOLIO OF WATERCOLOURS primarily preparatory work for advertisements, including: McVitie & Price Coronation biscuits; Macfarlane Lang’s festive cake, Rowntree’s chocolates and Jenner & Co. Ltd, Birmingham £80-120 (+Fees*) 821. ARR Jennifer Bailey (British, 20th Century) BRIGHT LADY AT THE SLIP, POLPERRO signed and dated ‘98 watercolour, 29cm x 41cm and EBB TIDE, NOSS MAYO signed and dated ‘99 watercolour, 18.5cm x 46cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

827. Bayo Ogundele (Nigerian, born 1949) CREATION signed and dated 2000 oil on paper, 42cm x 30.5cm and FACES signed and dated 1998 oil on paper, 42.5cm x 31.5cm unframed £100-150 (+Fees*) 828. Bayo Ogundele (Nigerian, born 1949) SANGO AND OYA signed and dated 2000 oil on paper, 38cm x 31.5cm and COLLECTION OF MASKS signed and dated 2000 oil on paper, 32cm x 42cm unframed £100-150 (+Fees*)

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829. Bayo Ogundele (Nigerian, born 1949) PEACOCK signed and dated ‘99 oil on paper, 31.5cm x 42.5cm and PRIESTS signed and dated 2000 unframed oil on paper, 32cm x 42cm unframed see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*) 830. Bayo Ogundele (Nigerian, born 1949) ARUGUNGUN FISHING FESTIVAL a pair signed and dated 2002 and 2001 oil on paper, each 32cm x 42cm unframed £100-150 (+Fees*) 831. Bayo Ogundele (Nigerian, born 1949) IFE HEADS signed and dated ‘99 oil on paper, 42cm x 32cm unframed £50-70 (+Fees*) 832. Bayo Ogundele (Nigerian, born 1949) HOMAGE signed and dated 2001 oil on paper, 31.5cm x 41cm and FLUTE PLAYERS signed and dated 2001 oil on paper, 31.5cm x 42cm unframed £100-150 (+Fees*) 833. Bayo Ogundele (Nigerian, born 1949) NORTHERNS signed and dated 2001 oil on paper, 31.5cm x 42cm and DRUMMERS signed and dated 2001 oil on paper, 31.5cm x 32cm unframed £100-150 (+Fees*) 834. Bayo Ogundele (Nigerian, born 1949) MELODY MAKERS signed and dated 2002 oil on paper, 31.5cm x 42cm and DRUMMERS signed and dated 2000 oil on paper, 31.5cm x 41.5cm unframed £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 829 (part) 835. Tayo Awoyera DRUMMER signed and dated ‘98 unframed embossed pen and ink, 41cm x 34cm and two others by the same hand £50-70 (+Fees*) 836. Tayo Awoyera EKO EKO signed and dated 2001 embossed pen and ink, 46cm x 32cm and three others by the same hand unframed £70-90 (+Fees*) 837. Segun Agunsoye AFRICAN BEAUTIES signed and dated 2001 embossed pen and ink, 40cm x 32cm and three others by the same hand unframed £70-90 (+Fees*) 838. Wole Oyeyemi PAYING THE TRADITIONAL DOWRY signed and dated 2002 monoprint, 47cm x 35cm unframed £30-50 (+Fees*) 839. ARR Clifford Cyril Webb RBA (British 1875-1972) MOORLAND LANDSCAPE watercolour, 51cm x 67cm £80-100 (+Fees*)

840. ARR Ernest Greenwood RCA (British 1913-2009) CHILD WITH CHICKENS watercolour, 35cm x 50cm £70-90 (+Fees*) 841. Attributed to William John Muller (British 1812-1845) LYCIAN PEASANTS watercolour, 27.5cm x 39.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 842. ARR Percy Parlo (1890-1967) L’AFRIQUE, PORTRAIT OF AN AFRICAN WOMAN signed and inscribed and stamped verso gouache, 46.5cm x 37.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 843. ARR Eugen Urbanski De Neiczuja (Romanian, born 1888) KRAKOWIANNA signed and dated 1938 pastel and crayon, 34cm x 23cm £80-100 (+Fees*) 844. ARR Nell Walden (Swedish 1887-1975) ABSTRACT IN COLOURS signed and dated 1966 bodycolour, 46cm x 33.5cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 845. ARR Ethel Pares, ‘Bip’ (British 1904-1977) D R UNDERGROUND POSTER DESIGN signed and inscribed gouache on mountboard, 25cm x 32.5cm together with seven other works by the same hand £60-80 (+Fees*)

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846. Early 20th Century AUTUMNAL LANDSCAPE signed indistinctly watercolour, 45.5cm x 52cm £70-90 (+Fees*) 847. ARR Gerald Cox (British, 20th Century) FRITH WOOD, CHALFORD HILL signed, inscribed and dated ‘69 ink and bodycolour, 34cm x 31cm and another by the same hand FRANCE LYNCH, GLOUCESTERSHIRE signed, inscribed and dated ‘69 ink and wash, 35cm x 42cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 848. Steve Bloom (South African, born 1953) MUSICAL PERFORMANCES AND DANCERS signed in pencil five serio lithographs, each sheet 34cm x 25cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 849. Lillian Delevoryas (American, born 1932) CITY LANDSCAPE signed and dated ‘86 pastel, 42cm x 33cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 850. 20th Century School PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN signed pastel, 49cm x 39.5cm another PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN mixed media, 51cm x 46.5cm and another of Pierrot masks £80-120 (+Fees*) 851. 20th Century English School TERRACE IN STROUD charcoal on buff paper, 41cm x 76.5cm and A C Perry STROUD VALLEY signed and dated 1925 chalk and pastel on buff paper, 29cm x 42.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 852. Rev W Gilpin LANDSCAPE ink and wash 13cm x 18cm WRJ PEAR TREE COTTAGE initialled and dated 1958 pencil sketch, 25cm x 31cm K Butson NORTHFIELD HOUSE, HENLEY ON THAMES another by the same hand and a sketch of a cider mill £30-50 (+Fees*)


Lot 859 853. ARR Maxwell Ashby Armfield RWS (British 1881-1972) MINCHINHAMPTON COMMON pastel on buff paper, 11cm x 17cm impressed studio stamp Provenance: Heather Newman label verso £100-150 (+Fees*) 854. Ann Hardy BRIDGEND STONE HOUSE, NUTSHELL BRIDGE, STROUDWATER CANAL signed and inscribed verso watercolour, 15cm x 22cm a landscape signed D Murray and two others £30-50 (+Fees*) 855. ARR Barbara Jones (1912-1978) GARDEN SCENE signed in pencil watercolour, 22.5cm x 17cm £70-90 (+Fees*) 856. ARR Robin Craig Guthrie (British 1902-1971) HEADS IN PROFILE a pair inscribed and signed coloured pencil and pencil on buff paper, each 25cm x 17.5cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 857. ARR Stephen Bone (British 1904-1958) KERSEY, SUFFOLK signed watercolour, 27cm x 34cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

858. ARR Leslie Gordon Kinnear (British 1901-1976) NOVEMBER FROM MY WINDOW signed and dated ‘45 watercolour, 35cm x 48cm £80-120 (+Fees*) 859. ARR Henri Hayden (Polish 1883-1970) PORT OF CHERBOURG watercolour over ink, 36cm x 52cm Provenance: The Waddington Gallery see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 860. ARR Edward Julius Detmold (British 1883-1957) STRAWBERRIES watercolour, 14cm x 21cm and a pencil sketch of budgerigars attributed to the same £150-200 (+Fees*) 861. Roland Vivian Pitchforth RA (British 1895-1928) LAGOONS, MONTROSE signed watercolour 34cm x 51.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 862. ARR Mike Green (born 1941) THE MIRROR signed and dated ‘89 watercolour, 97.5cm x 102.5cm £300-500 (+Fees*)

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874. ARR Judith Wood BALLET DESIGN for the Hollow Men by TS Elliot watercolour, 49.5cm x 40cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 875. ARR David Renford STILL LIFE dated 1992 watercolour, 55cm x 75cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 876. ARR Sue Wales (born 1942) STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS IN A JUG watercolour, 44cm x 34cm and another similar, 53cm x 35cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 877. ARR Glyn Morgan (British 1926-2015) SEAGULL signed watercolour, 49cm x 55cm £200-300 (+Fees*) Lot 866 863. ARR Sue Macartney-Snape (born 1957) RACE GOERS initialled and dated ‘82 watercolour over pencil, 41cm x 29cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

868. ARR Denis Mathews (British 1913-1997) CHINESE RIVER LANDSCAPE signed Denis watercolour, 22cm x 69cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

864. ARR Sue Macartney-Snape (born 1957) TWO SPINSTERS initialled and dated ‘80 watercolour over pencil, 42cm x 32cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

869. ARR Denis Mathews (British 1913-1997) CHINESE FIGURES BY A RIVER watercolour, 42cm x. 61.5cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

865. ARR Thomas Denny (British, born 1956) GUBBIO signed, inscribed and dated September ‘78 mixed media on paper, 36cm x 53cm £80-100 (+Fees*) 866. ARR Simon Palmer (British, born 1956) COUNTRY HOUSE, SAPPERTON signed watercolour, 55.5cm x 87.5cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 867. ARR James Cresser Tarr (British 1905-1996) PAINTING TENTS signed and dated ‘94 gouache, 31cm x 26cm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

870. ARR Sylvia Edwards STUDY OF POPPIES signed watercolour, 71cm x 102cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

878. ARR Leonard McComb (British, born 1930) DUCK signed and dated 1993 watercolour, 31cm x 40cm Exhibited: Browse & Darby, Nov 1993, No.14 £200-300 (+Fees*) 879. ARR Sean Rice (British 1931-1997) THE SANDSLINGER - FERRANTIS FOUNDRY signed and dated ‘67 watercolour, 18.5cm x 29cm and another by the same hand depicting a harvest scene £100-150 (+Fees*)

871. Cyril Fraden (South African 1928-1997) PORTRAIT OF A MAN signed and dated 1972 chalk on paper, 21.5cm x 30.5cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 872. Judith Mason (South African 1938-2016) DISINTEGRATING KITE signed pencil, 101cm x 72cm £150-250 (+Fees*) 873. 20th Century School PORTRAIT OF CLIVE signed with swan emblem pencil, 44.5cm x 26.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 867

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Modern Oil Paintings

884. ARR Orovida Pissarro (British 1893-1968) A GAME OF CARDS signed and dated 1949 oil on canvas, 59cm x 72cm see illustration £1800-2000 (+Fees*)

Lot 884

885. ARR Noel Coward (British 1899-1973) LAKE VIEW WITH SILVER BIRCH signed oil on canvas, 44cm x 29.5cm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 886. ARR Noel Coward (British 1899-1973) WOMEN UNDER THE PALMS, JAMAICA BEACH signed oil on canvas laid on board, 28.5cm x 18.5cm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*) 887. ARR Joel Kirk (British, born 1948) COUNTRY TRACK signed oil on canvas, 24cm x 34cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 885


888. 20th Century English School ABSTRACT LANDSCAPE indistinctly signed mixed media on canvas board, 41cm x 50cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 886

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889. ARR John Cunningham RGI (Scottish 1926-1998) STILL LIFE WITH SWEET PEAS signed oil on canvas, 74cm x 64cm Provenance: Portland Gallery, London see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*)

890. ARR David McClure RSA (Scottish 1926-1998) REVERIE - A SELF PORTRAIT signed oil on canvas, 50cm x 60cm see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

Lot 889

Lot 890

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Lot 891

891. ARR Donald McIntyre (Scottish 1923-2009) COTTAGES BY THE SEA signed, marked no.1204 verso oil on board, 32cm x 47.5cm see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*)

Lot 892


892. ARR Donald McIntyre (Scottish 1923-2009) SIX BOATS, ISLE OF WHITHORN signed, marked no 503 verso oil on board, 29cm x 39cm see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

893. ARR Donald MacIntyre (Scottish 1923-2009) COTTAGES, CORNWALL oil on board, 17.5cm x 22.5cm Provenance: Fosse Gallery, Stow on the Wold see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

Lot 893

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Lot 895

Lot 894 894. ARR David Barnes (British, born 1943) STORM OVER THE RHINOGS signed verso oil on board, 60cm x 60cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 895. ARR Fred Yates (British 1922-2008) THE LITTLE WATERMILL signed oil on board, 24cm x 30cm Provenance: with the Albion Gallery and the Waterside Gallery see illustration £800-1000 (+Fees*)

900. ARR Emile Marie Beaume (French 1888-1967) BAIGNEURS AU PARC signed oval oil on canvas, 113cm x 91cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 901. Julius Paulsen (Danish 1860-1940) SELF PORTRAIT signed oil on panel, 53.5cm x 45cm £300-500 (+Fees*)

896. ARR Paul D’Aguilar (British, born 1927) LANDSCAPE signed and dated 18.8.91 oil on board, 40cm x 51cm unframed £100-150 (+Fees*)

903. Attributed to Herbert Rollett (British 1872-1932) WOODLAND LANDSCAPE oil on canvas, 49.5cm x 65cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 904. ARR Victoria Crowe (Scottish, born 1945) RIALTO FISH MARKET, BLINDS DOWN signed mixed media, 20cm x 26cm Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames £200-300 (+Fees*) 905. ARR Donald H Floyd (British 1892-1965) RIVER LANDSCAPE signed oil on canvas, 44cm x 60cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

897. ARR Paul D’Aguilar (British, born 1927) MOUNTAINOUS LANDSCAPE signed and dated 91 oil on board, 41cm x 50.5cm unframed £100-150 (+Fees*)

906. Hans Richard Von Volkmann (German 1860-1927) WHEAT SHEAVES signed oil on canvas, 53cm x 73cm £500-700 (+Fees*)

898. 20th Century French School FIGURES IN A TOWN indistinctly signed oil on board, 43cm x 58cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 899. ARR Donald H Floyd (British 1892-1965) WYE VALLEY signed oil on canvas, 60cm x 91cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

902. François Nicot (French 1873-1945) LAC DU GARDE signed oil on canvas 48.5cm x 64cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

907. ARR Johann Kluska (German 1904-1973) DANTE-ALLEGORIE 5 stamp and label verso oil on board, 48cm x 62.5cm £250-350 (+Fees*) Lot 900

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Lot 908

Lot 910

908. ARR Elie Anatole Pavil (French 1873-1948) STREET SCENE, POSSIBLY PARIS signed oil on canvas, 44cm x 59cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

914. William Drew (Australian 1928-1983) SYDNEY ANGELS signed and dated ‘81 verso oil and gum on board with scratching out, 14cm x 30cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

909. ARR Arthur Karl Maderson (Irish, born 1942) WINTER LANDSCAPE signed oil on board, 30cm x 40cm Provenance: Artist’s label verso £300-400 (+Fees*)

915. ARR Edward Le Bas (British 1904-1966) STILL LIFE OF ROSES signed and dated ‘55 oil on board, 44cm x 35cm £150-200 (+Fees*)

916. ARR F Szekely (Hungarian) CHRYSANTHEMUMS IN VASE signed oil on canvas, 68cm x 48cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 917. ARR Ernst Carl Walter Retzlaff (1898-1976) ALPINE LANDSCAPE signed oil on canvas, 50cm x 60cm £80-120 (+Fees*)

910. ARR Freda Marston (British 1895-1949) ITALIAN FOUNTAIN signed E F Marston oil on canvas, 37cm x 47.5cm see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*) 911. ARR Allan Gwynne-Jones (British 1892-1982) STILL LIFE WITH JUG, SHELLS AND EGGS inscription verso oil on canvas, 58cm x 72cm Provenance: Sally Hunter Fine Art; Rosemary Gwynne-Jones, no 51 in the exhibition ‘The Gwynne-Jones Family’, Sept 1997 see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 912. ARR Dino Rossi (Italian 1904-1982) ITALIAN STREET SCENE signed bottom left oil on canvas, 41cm x 59cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 913. ARR Michael Morris (British, born 1938) WINDSOR CASTLE oil on canvas, 49cm x 74cm £80-100 (+Fees*)


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918. ARR Helen Trevelyan STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS signed and dated 1965 oil on board, 73cm x 98cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 919. Early 20th Century French School FOUR PREPARATORY SKETCHES oil on board, the largest 24cm x 24cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 920. 20th Century School MYTHOLOGICAL BIRD LEAVING THE NEST indistinctly signed and dated 29/09 06 oil on board, 20cm x 20cm £50-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 924

921. Itzchak Tarkay (Israeli 1935-2012) FEMALE SEATED print on canvas signed within print 21cm x 31cm £60-80 (+Fees*) 922. ARR John Ambrose RSMA (British 1931-2010) TALL SHIPS AT SEA oil on canvas, 60cm x 90cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 923. ARR Schouton STILL LIFE signed in pencil oil on canvas, 59cm x 49cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 924. ARR Eric James Malthouse SWG ARWA (British 1914-1997) TWO FIGURES signed James Malthouse and dated ‘44 oil on canvas, 44.5cm x 65cm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 925

925. ARR Jenny Webbe (British fl. 1983-1990) GREEN BOTTLES oil and pastel on canvas, 76cm x 83.5cm see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*) 926. ARR Attributed to Arthur Henry Knighton-Hammond (British 1875-1970) WOODLAND BORDER oil on canvas, 35cm x 45cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) Lot 926

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Lot 927 927. ARR Dame Laura Knight DBE RA RWS (British 1877-1970) VIEW FROM THE MALVERN HILLS signed lower left oil on canvas, 59.75cm x 50.75cm Note: From 1930 Dame Laura Knight and her husband Harold Knight made annual visits to The Malvern Festival, which had been established by their friend Barry Jackson. By the start of World War ll, they were living in a house in Colwall, to the west of Malvern. Knight met gypsy families whilst there and painted many scenes of them working in hop fields and at horse races, often painting from the back of her antique Rolls Royce, the only car that would fit her easel. The present picture shows a view from the top of the Malvern Hills, looking south west see illustration ÂŁ15000-20000 (+Fees*)


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928. ARR Geoffry Chatten (British, born 1938) MARSH COTTAGE, HALVERGATE, NORFOLK BREYDOWN WATER, NORFOLK a pair signed and inscribed on the reverse oil on board, 46cm x 61cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 929. ARR Geoffry Chatten (British, born 1938) WINTER LANDSCAPE, NORFOLK signed oil on board, 41cm x 62cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 930. No Lot 931. Kim Thrower (20th Century) VIEW - LE COURÉ signed and dated ‘92 oil on canvas, 24cm x 33cm another 2 ARBRES signed and dated ‘94 oil on canvas, 33cm x 22cm a landscape initialled RW and a fabric panel by Lucienne Day £30-50 (+Fees*) 932. ARR Catherine Forshall (Scottish, born 1958) BAMBOO signed oil on canvas, 80cm x 70cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

Lot 933

933. ARR Mary Adshead (British 1904-1995) PORTRAIT OF MARJORIE GERTLER signed and dated 1931 oil on canvas, 100cm x 76cm Exhibited: Mary Adshead exhibition, June 1986, No. 1 see illustration £1200-1800 (+Fees*) 934. ARR Richard Gorman (Irish, born 1946) UNTITLED signed, inscribed and dated 1996 to reverse unsigned oil tempera on linen, 92cm x 90cm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 935. ARR Alistair Grant (British, 1925-1997) FIGURES AND SUNLIGHT oil on canvas, 74.5cm x 82cm Provenance: Galerie de Seine, London £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 934

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946. Winston Saoli (1950-1995) STREET SCENE IN A SHANTY TOWN signed and dated ‘74 oil on board, 60cm x 121cm £500-700 (+Fees*) 947. ARR Annette Magid BIRD LANDING ON STRING signed and dated June 1973 mixed media, 36.5cm x 44cm £80-100 (+Fees*) 948. ARR Michel-Henry (French 1928-2016) LOZAYA, CASTILLE oil on board, 26.5cm x 35.5cm £400-600 (+Fees*) 949. ARR Michael Long THE BLUE BOAT, PORLOCK WEIR acrylic on paper, 26cm x 38cm £80-100 (+Fees*)

Lot 936 936. ARR Lawrence Preece (British, born 1942) ABSTRACT signed and dated 1968 to the mount oil on canvas, 23.5cm x 23.5cm see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 937. CMW FOUR LANDSCAPES initialled oil on paper, 28.5cm x 40cm (three landscape, one portrait) £80-100 (+Fees*) 938. ARR Joni Brenner (born 1969) JANUS 2005 oil on granite on enamel painted board, 50cm x 50cm x 6cm £300-400 (+Fees*) 939. Judith Mason (South African 1938-2016) THOMAS MORE’S BOX signed Mason oil on canvas, overall 39cm x 48.5cm £800-1200 (+Fees*) 940. ARR Andrzej Putryma (1944-1990) ABSTRACT dated ‘73 oil on canvas, 70cm x 98cm £200-300 (+Fees*)


950. ARR Jeremy Duncan (British, born 1964) WINTER SUNLIGHT oil on canvas, 20.5cm x 46cm £100-150 (+Fees*)

941. ARR Dirk Vonck HOMMAGE AAN SAENREDAM dated 1978 oil on canvas, 100cm x 75cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

951. ARR Rudolf Sauter (British 1895-1977) THE GRAND CANYON signed oil on board, 22cm x 31.5cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

942. ARR Dirk Vonck GRUIN INTERIEUR signed 1979 oil on canvas, 92.5cm x 64.5cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 943. ARR Dirk Vonck TOYOK’S INTERIEUR signed and titled verso and dated 1978 oil on canvas, 100cm x 100cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 944. Jan Dingemans (South African 1921-2001) AFRICAN WOMEN IN A SHANTY TOWN signed oil on canvas, 59.5cm x 90cm £400-600 (+Fees*) 945. No Lot

952. ARR Oliver Heywood (British 1920-1992) BEECHES AT HARESFIELD BEACON signed oil on canvas, 35cm x 65cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 953. ARR Anthony Robert Klitz (British 1917-2000) CHURCH oil on canvas, 35cm x 65cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 954. ARR Caroline Leeds (1931-2005) ITALIAN HILLSIDE TOWN dated 1960 oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 44.5cm £60-80 (+Fees*)

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Lot 966

Lot 963

955. ARR Barry K Barnes ROYAL SCOT signed and dated 1987 oil on board, 43.5cm x 59cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 956. ARR Valerie Batchelor (British, born 1932) BURFORD CHURCHYARD acrylic, 27cm x 36cm £70-100 (+Fees*) 957. ARR Mark Copeland (British, born 1956) GORGEOUS PELEGORIUM signed and dated 2000 oil on canvas, 75.5cm x 55cm Provenance: Portal Gallery £200-300 (+Fees*) 958. ARR Mark Baring (British) SPANISH VILLAGE signed and dated ‘79 oil on board, 50cm x 60cm £200-300 (+Fees*)

959. Peter Browne (Australian, born 1947) ARE YOU THE PLUMBER? signed and inscribed oil on canvas, 40.5cm x 50cm and sundry pictures £100-150 (+Fees*)

963. ARR Salvador Dali (Spanish 1904-1989) CERBERUS (HELL-CANTO 6) limited edition 155/490, certificate verso ceramic plaque, 20cm x 25cm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

960. Young TWO SEATED NUDES signed and dated ‘66 oil on canvas, 60cm x 100cm £50-70 (+Fees*)

964. ARR Salvador Dali (Spanish 1904-1989) MEDIEVAL KNIGHT limited edition CLXXXVII XD, certificate verso ceramic plaque, 20cm x 25cm £300-500 (+Fees*)

961. Caroline Emily Gray-Hill (British 1843-1924) CACTUS DAHLIA signed oil on panel, 68cm x 55cm £100-150 (+Fees*) 962. ARR John Strevens (British 1902-1990) MOTHER AND CHILD oil on board, 44.5cm x 21.5cm £40-60 (+Fees*)

965. ARR Salvador Dali (Spanish 1904-1989) WORKHORSE limited edition CXXXII XD, certificate verso ceramic plaque, 20cm x 25cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 966. ARR Salvador Dali (Spanish 1904-1989) THE HORSE OF TRIUMPH limited edition CXXXIV XD, certificate verso ceramic plaque, 20cm x 25cm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

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Modern Works of Art, Modern Furniture and Studio Pottery

Modern Works of Art

Modern Furniture

967. ARR Manner of Aileen Lipkin (1933-1994) ENTWINED FORM Copper and stone, 44cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

979. An oak twin panel coffer by Reynolds of Ludlow, metal label, 85cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*)

968. ARR Aileen Lipkin (1933-1994) ABSTRACT COLLAGE signed and dated ‘77 mixed media, 56cm x 76cm £150-200 (+Fees*) 969. ARR Edoardo Villa (1915-2011) ABSTRACT COMPOSITION (1980) numbered 18/100 bronze relief, 18cm x 12cm £400-600 (+Fees*) 970. 20th Century Nude female figure without a head, reconstituted stone £60-80 (+Fees*) 971. ARR Ronald Cooper (1932-2012) UNCLE SAM & FAMILY dated 2002 sculpture, 42cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 972. A large banded mineral sculpture of organic form £200-300 (+Fees*) 973. Hugo Santiago (Mexican) A PAINTED WOODEN FIGURE signed Hugo and dated ‘91, 26cm high £80-120 (+Fees*) 974. ARR MARTIN MILLER (20TH CENTURY) NUDE FORM circa 1987 on a painted wooden plinth elm, 114cm high £150-200 (+Fees*)

983. A pair of deep pink Lloyd Loom chairs on cabriole legs, another similar in blue, a laundry basket and another cane chair £40-60 (+Fees*)

980. Fred Foster (died 1968) A Cotswold School circular walnut two-tier table, inlaid holly stringing and with chamfered tapering legs, inscribed under the top Designed & Made by Fred F Foster 1961, 60cm diameter, 49cm high Note: Fred Francis Foster was a founder member of the Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen. He lived in Whiteway Colony near Stroud and worked with Peter Waals, Sidney Barnsley and other Cotswold School craftsmen see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 981. Harry Davoll (1876-1961) A Cotswold School rectangular oak tray, with pierced handles to the wavy galleried sides, 45cm x 30.5cm Provenance: purchased by the vendor’s family directly from Harry Davoll’s daughter, prior to the sale of his cottage in Oakridge Lynch (copy of the receipt available to view on request) £100-150 (+Fees*) 982. An oak Globe Wernicke bookcase of three glazed stacking shelves above a single drawer, 87cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*)

984. An Ercol table with ladder under tier, on turned legs, 100cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 985. A G Plan Brandon dressing chest of four drawers, 76cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 986. A black leather tub chair with chrome stand £40-60 (+Fees*) 987. A Dryad cane lounge chair and footstool, circa 1939, bearing label to back of chair £70-90 (+Fees*) 988. An Art Nouveau figural lamp, modelled as a maiden with four lights and coloured glass shades, 90cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 989. A figural glass topped coffee table, the composite base modelled as a ballet dancer, glass top 117cm x 65cm £300-500 (+Fees*) 990. An Art Deco style figure, modelled as a dancer in costume, on integral circular base, 54cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 991. A resin model of an otter, on a naturalistic base, 40cm high £40-60 (+Fees*)

975. 20th Century ’EMMETT’ abstract sculpture initialled to underside ‘LG’ horse chestnut, 52cm long £40-60 (+Fees*) 976. A WMF pewter dish, modelled as a fish pond, a frog to the edge playing the flute, 24cm wide £40-60

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1004. An Ercol rocking chair, with spindle back, marked to underside £30-50 (+Fees*) 1005. A 1950s G-Plan dining table with canted corners, makers label ‘EG’ to underside, 138cm wide and four dining chairs £100-150 (+Fees*) 1006. Smart & Brown Ltd, Nottingham a walnut sideboard fitted two drawers above cupboard doors, 130cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 1007. A Remploy extending coffee table of tray top form with slatted platform below, 110cm wide £30-50 (+Fees*) 1008. An Ercol two-seater sofa with slatted back, 143cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) Lot 999 992. A model of a crouching cat, carved in yew wood, 38cm high x 93cm long £80-120 (+Fees*) 993. A 20th Century Italian wire pendant light fitting with swirling wire branches terminating with globular bulbs £60-80 (+Fees*) 994. A 20th Century Italian wire pendant light fitting with swirling wire branches terminating with globular bulbs £40-60 (+Fees*) 995. Rom: The Chilli Chair with ottoman, by Escapade, both on chrome supports, upholstered in red £100-150 (+Fees*) 996. A 20th Century Italian wire ceiling pendant, with intertwining branches terminating with glass cylindrical shades £100-150 (+Fees*) 997. A red pebble rug by Dream Weavers, 213cm x 150cm £50-70 (+Fees*)


998. A metal framed display unit, highlighted in gilt, fitted three open glass shelves, 99cm wide x 195cm high £100-150 (+Fees*) 999. An Arts and Crafts oak hall bench, with spindle back and ball detailing, scroll arms, spindle stretcher, on turned legs, 101cm wide see illustration £100-150 (+Fees*)

1009. A contemporary oak country stool of circular form and turned legs carved with The Green Man to the underside, 32cm diameter £20-30 (+Fees*) 1010. A 20th Century burr walnut and inlaid wall mirror with cushioned frame and bevelled plate, overall 68cm x 100cm £50-70 (+Fees*) 1011. An Ercol dining table, five chairs and one carver £150-200 (+Fees*)

1000. Georgio Gurioli for Kundalini; a ‘Hara’ armchair, lacquered orange fibreglass in organic modern form, circa 2003, original label to underside see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 1001. A modern metal framed wall mirror with floral detailing, 87cm x 70cm £40-60 (+Fees*) 1002. An Ercol Bosco pine dining table, fitted an extra leaf extending to 175cm long £200-300 (+Fees*) 1003. An Esavian mahogany sectional bookcase fitted two sets of shelves with glazed doors above two panel doors enclosing shelves, together with original sales brochure £80-120 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1012 1012. An Art Nouveau mantel clock with a moulded mahogany case applied silvered metal mounts, fitted an eight-day movement, open close back, 29cm high see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 1013. An Art Deco onyx desk clock with chromium sledge type support having perpetual calendar, 18cm wide £180-220 (+Fees*) 1014. A ladderback armchair, in the manner of Ernest Gimson, with a strung seat £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 1016 1015. Owen Scrubey; a set of eight mahogany dining chairs, each with upright canted rails to back and drop in seats, six single chairs, two carvers, signed to inside supports Note: Owen Scrubey was an apprentice of Peter Waals £200-300 (+Fees*) 1016. A Cotswold school dining table to a design by Edward Barnsley, 271.5cm long see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*)

1017. ◆ An Art Deco figured walnut pedestal desk in the manner of Jules Leleu, the rectangular top with brushing slide and three drawers, the pedestals each fitted a cupboard, all with original ivory handles and escutcheon plates, with original bronze sledge feet, 160.5cm x 79.5cm see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*) 1018. A Newlyn School rectangular copper tray with pierced handle to each side, 73.5cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 1017

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1028. A pair of pewter two-branch candlesticks by Just Andersen, 20cm wide £30-40 (+Fees*) 1029. A mid-century table, possibly by Footman Bower, the rectangular top 139cm x 78cm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1030. A mid-Century hallstand, possibly by Footman Bower, 70.5cm wide £50-100 (+Fees*) 1031. A rise and fall pendant light, the shade of saucer shape, 50cm diameter £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 1032 1019. An Art Nouveau copper tray of rectangular form decorated stylised tulips, 57cm wide, together with a pair of Arts & Crafts style firedogs £70-90 (+Fees*) 1020. A set of four rectangular stools, with button upholstered seats on turned legs, 41cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*) 1021. A 20th Century Parker Knoll coffee table, the square smoky glass top to stylised metal supports, 83cm wide £20-30 (+Fees*)

1026. Erik Buch for O D Mobler, four rosewood stools £300-500 (+Fees*) 1027. A Danish rosewood dining table, with two extra leaves, 228cm extended and six ladder back chairs, possibly Dansk Design £400-600 (+Fees*)

1032. Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen; An Egg chair and stool stamped Made in Denmark to underside of stand and numbered 520015 see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 1033. A William Morris rug of foliate design within a blue border, monogrammed to corner, 142cm x 125.5cm see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*)

1022. An Art Deco glass and wrought iron electrolier, in the manner of Muller Frères, the central bowl and three bell shades of orange and amethyst pate-de-verre, signed Primerose, the frame decorated fruiting vines, bowl 35cm diameter £150-200 (+Fees*) 1023. Peter Hvidt and Orla Molgaard Neilsen for France & Son; a pair of Boomerang chairs with teak frames and tubular metal legs £300-500 (+Fees*) 1024. A mid-century bureau cabinet, possibly by Footman Bower, 76cm wide £50-80 (+Fees*) 1025. A mid-century sideboard, possibly by Footman Bower, 114.5cm wide £50-80 (+Fees*)

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1053. ARR David Leach (1911-2005) A shallow stoneware bowl in cream speckled glaze with brown detailing, impressed mark £60-80 (+Fees*)

1034. A 1960s egg chair after a design by Arne Jacobsen, upholstered in brown corduroy on a metal base £200-300 (+Fees*) 1035. A Newlyn style copper tray, embossed shells and dolphins, 32cm x 26cm £30-40 (+Fees*) 1036. A Cotswold School style workbox with carved edges, shell handles on square legs, 36cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*)

1054. ARR Richard Batterham (born 1936) A stoneware bowl with cut and moulded detailing, 15.5cm diameter £40-60 (+Fees*)

Lot 1052

1037. Frith Staybrite, Keswick School A hammered stainless steel footed dish, no. 5815, 34cm long and a hammered stainless steel tray by the same hand, no. P235, 33cm long £30-50 (+Fees*)

1046. An Art Nouveau bookcase, enclosed by leaded glazed doors with coloured glass detailing, 122cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*)

1038. A Bick & Wright Arts and Crafts table with copper top showing spades, on square tapering legs, 57cm wide £80-120 (+Fees*)

1047. An Art Nouveau oak bureau, the galleried top with pierced decoration above a fall with strap hinges, a drawer and cupboard beneath, 79cm wide £200-300 (+Fees*)

1039. ARR Paul Jenkins (British, born 1949) sculpture of a dog in bronze, monogrammed to underside, 8.5cm high £60-80 (+Fees*)

1048. Robin Williams; A ‘Wishbone’ ash rocking chair, circa 1970 with detachable leather seat £300-500 (+Fees*)

1040. A late Victorian brass mounted hall bench attributed to James Shoolbred & Co, stretcher marked 74894, 55cm wide £500-700 (+Fees*)

1049. An Art Deco style mantel clock, the silvered dial signed Garrard and with Arabic numerals, 30cm wide £30-50 (+Fees*)

1041. An Art Nouveau oak revolving bookcase, 39cm wide £120-180 (+Fees*)

Studio Pottery & Glass

1042. An Art Nouveau oak hall mirror with coat pegs and glove drawer, 82cm wide £150-200 (+Fees*) 1043. An Art Nouveau oak hall mirror in the manner of Liberty & Co. of shaped outline, fitted with various coat pegs, 76.5cm wide £80-100 (+Fees*) 1044. An Art Nouveau oak table, the octagonal top on tapering legs with stylised cut-outs united by an under tier, 44cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 1045. John Pearson: A rectangular copper twin-handled tray, signed J P to reverse, 63.5cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*)

1050. ARR Russell Collins, Hook Norton Pottery A tenmoku and mottled green glazed stoneware bowl with footed base, impressed marks, 29cm diameter (damages) £20-30 (+Fees*) 1051. ARR Ray Finch (1914-2012), Winchcombe Pottery A shallow stoneware bowl decorated in flecked oatmeal glaze, impressed mark, 33.5cm diameter £70-90 (+Fees*) 1052. ARR Ray Finch (1914-2012), Winchcombe Pottery A shallow stoneware dish in brown glaze with sgraffito decoration, impressed mark, 32cm diameter see illustration £70-90 (+Fees*)

1055. Winchcombe Pottery A tenmoku glazed jug, 10.5cm high, impressed marks, together with a set of five cups and saucers and another cup and saucer £40-60 (+Fees*) 1056. Winchcombe Pottery Three stoneware goblets, the cup glazed in celadon and green with sgraffito decoration, each 14cm high £30-50 (+Fees*) 1057. A Shelley Christmas Lanterns pattern bowl, dark blue lustre glaze, marked beneath Shelley England, 8659, 26cm diameter £40-60 (+Fees*) 1058. A Mdina blue glass vase with seal to neck, 20cm high and five other pieces of similar art glass £80-120 (+Fees*) 1059. ARR A Michael Casson tea bowl with brown painted brushwork to a cream ground, 8cm diameter, impressed marks, together with another bowl £30-50 (+Fees*) 1060. A group of various paperweights to include Caithness and two ruby glass art vases £40-60 (+Fees*) 1061. Hilary Laforce (born 1957) A globular vase with flared rim and speckled glaze to an orange ground, 11cm high, a large Brinklow dish, a matching bowl and a studio pottery vase £60-80 (+Fees*) 1062. A turquoise frosted studio glass bowl of Classical Roman form with scroll handles, 23cm diameter £50-100 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1065

1069. ARR David Garland (British, born 1941) Five pottery bowls, with blue and white brush decoration, the largest 14.5cm diameter £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 1064 1063. A pair of glass lustres by Baccarat, each with figure frosted column on reeded circular base, both with impressed marks, 32cm high £60-80 (+Fees*) 1064. ARR Andrew Young (born 1949) A stoneware charger with drip glaze decoration in browns and oranges, signed verso, 50cm diameter see illustration £70-90 (+Fees*) 1065. A Moorcroft Claremont teacup with silver overlay for Shreve & Co., of San Francisco, circa 1905, signed and stamped Rd No 420081, 5.5cm high see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 1066


1066. A Moorcroft moonlit blue pattern inkwell and cover, 8cm wide see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 1067. A Muchelney studio pottery flagon, 22cm high and sundry studio pottery and ceramics £30-50 (+Fees*) 1068. A Brannam dish, incised beneath C.H. Brannam, Barum, 1898, with bird and floral decoration, 34cm diameter and a Brannam bowl £30-40 (+Fees*)

1070. Eric Ravilious for Wedgwood, The Boat Race Bowl, edition 7/250, original design 1937, re-issued 1986 to mark 50th anniversary of Ravilious’ first employment by Wedgwood in 1936, 30.5cm diameter, boxed with book on Ravilious’ designs see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 1071. A small quantity of studio pottery to include a Barum vase with stylised twin handles £20-30 (+Fees*) 1072. A Poole pottery part dinner service, of fifty-three pieces, decorated berries and leaves on an olive green ground £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 1070

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1078. Four pieces of early-mid 20th Century studio glass, to include a splashed blue, yellow and orange bulbous vase, 12 cm high, an enamelled yellow cylindrical vase, a circular lampshade and another vase £40-60 (+Fees*)

1085. Daum, Nancy, a cameo glass lampshade, etched and enamelled with autumn trees, enamelled mark to base Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorraine, 13.5cm high see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

1079. Two Raku fired vases, one glazed bright green to interior, each with impressed mark to base, 23.5cm high £40-60 (+Fees*)

1086. A pair of Orrefors silver mounted glass decanters, and a turquoise glass vase £100-150 (+Fees*)

1080. A large stoneware vase of baluster form, glazed in tenmoku with large stylised relief decoration to either side, 33cm high £50-70 (+Fees*) 1081. A painted earthenware vessel, 28cm high, a similar handled vase and a green glazed jug £30-50 (+Fees*)

Lot 1076 1073. A Wemyss mug painted daffodils within green borders, for T. Goode & Sons, impressed mark, 14.5cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 1074. A pair of Winchcombe pottery plates glazed in white and a similar jug, a German jug (lacking handle) and two others £80-120 (+Fees*) 1075. A leaf shaped green glazed dish and two similar stylised jugs, each with impressed marks £50-70 (+Fees*)

1082. A pair of Casa Pupo white glaze lamps of obelisk shape with moulded shell decoration, 54cm high excluding fitting £60-80 (+Fees*) 1083. Cath Kidston: A large quantity of tea and dinner wares, including bowls, plates, teapots and jug, all floral decorated £150-200 (+Fees*) 1084. A Portmeirion ‘Totem’ blue glaze part coffee set, a Swedish Rorstrand ‘Fjord’ part coffee set and six Danish egg cups £20-30 (+Fees*)

1087. A studio pottery vase, signed Tollow, 20cm high, and a small group of studio pottery £40-60 (+Fees*) 1088. A Steuben glass chess piece (knight) and six small glass animals £60-80 (+Fees*) 1089. No Lot 1090. A light blue decorative glass bowl, Tessa Clegg, 1986, 26cm diameter £200-300 (+Fees*) 1091. A 20th Century Scandinavian paperweight modelled as a polar bear in an icy cave, signed beneath, 11.5cm high and a cut glass footed bowl, 15cm wide £20-30 (+Fees*) 1092. A Lalique Cactus frosted glass perfume atomiser, with moulded and tipped enamelled body, gilt metal fitting and rubber pump (af), signed to base, Lalique, France, 10.5cm high including fitting £150-200 (+Fees*)

1076. ARR A Michael Casson metallic lustre glazed jug of tall baluster form, 29cm high, with impressed seal mark see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 1077. A Brannam Barum pottery bowl in blue green, modelled as stylised waves with fish jumping below a pierced gallery, impressed mark, reg. no. 44561 and dated 1901, 28cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) Lot 1085

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Watches 1100. A Jaeger-LeCoultre miniature fob watch in 18ct gold case with black dial, no. 1560302, the dial 2cm diameter £400-600 (+Fees*) 1101. A lady’s Omega 9ct gold wristwatch, with mesh link strap, stamped to clasp £80-120 (+Fees*) 1102. A Rotherhams 9ct gold pocket watch, the enamel face with subsidiary dial, no 53277 £150-200 (+Fees*) 1103. A gentleman’s Smiths Astral wristwatch, another by Beards, a Smiths bakelite cased stopwatch and two other wristwatches £70-90 (+Fees*) 1104. A gentleman’s Omega automatic wristwatch, the champagne coloured dial with gilt baton markers, inscription verso £100-150 (+Fees*) 1105. A Waltham 9ct gold hunter pocket watch, the enamel dial with subsidiary dial, no 120572, gross weight 94gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1106. A 9ct gold cased 1920s cocktail watch with oblong dial, a gold plated pocket watch with subsidiary dial and a silver cased pocket watch and two silver monogrammed shield badges £60-80 (+Fees*) 1107. A quantity of gentlemen’s pocket watches to include a Rotary automatic watch, cased, others to include Pulsar, Accurist, Sekonda etc. and a Junghans travelling alarm clock £40-60 (+Fees*) 1108. A gentleman’s Jaeger-LeCoultre steel cased wristwatch with champagne coloured dial, no B362024 £150-250 (+Fees*) 1109. A lady’s silver cased open faced pocket watch, fitted a 7 jewel movement, on a white metal chain and three carved cameo shells £30-50 (+Fees*)


1110. A gentleman’s stainless steel Omega wristwatch with subsidiary dial to the face, a 9ct gold cased wristwatch, lacking strap, a Tissot watch and two others £150-200 (+Fees*) 1111. A lady’s Bucherer wristwatch with diamond set rectangular bezel, to an 18ct white gold plait link strap, stamped 750 CB to clasp £500-700 (+Fees*) 1112. A gentleman’s Omega automatic wristwatch, Pat no: 1149932 with expandable strap £200-300 (+Fees*) 1113. An 18ct gold cased pocket watch with floral engraved dial and case, a Continental silver cased pocket watch with subsidiary dial, a Jaeger-LeCoultre military pocket watch and two others £250-350 (+Fees*) 1114. An 18ct gold open faced pocket watch, Roman numerals to dial, monogram engraved to case verso and inscribed ‘From Dad, January 28th 1898’ to inside back, gross weight approximately 124.4gm £500-700 (+Fees*) 1115. An Omega 14k gold hunter pocket watch, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial, gross weight 88.3gm (lacking glass) £200-300 (+Fees*) 1116. A group of ten various wristwatches to include a silver mounted Waltham, USA watch with black leather strap, a W H Barthman automatic watch, a Movado automatic watch and a lady’s Omega de Ville watch £150-200 (+Fees*) 1117. A Swiss 14k gold open faced pocket watch, Ulysse Nardin Locle & Geneve, the champagne coloured dial with subsidiary dial, suspended on an 18ct gold chain with a 9ct gold propelling pencil, gross weight approximately 65.9gm £400-600 (+Fees*)

Lot 1118

1118. A lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, 1960s, the dial signed Jean Renet to a pierced strap of modern design, approximately 30.2gm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 1119. A lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, the oval dial signed Bueche-Girod, the textured bezel and links to a leather strap £250-350 (+Fees*) 1120. A lady’s Omega wristwatch, 18ct gold cased, fitted a 17 jewel movement and another 18ct gold cased Omega wristwatch £300-500 (+Fees*) 1121. A 9ct gold lady’s Rotary wristwatch, the circular face to a bar link strap, in original box, approximately 12.7gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1127

Objets de Vertu 1125. A 19th Century tortoiseshell cased necessaire, the cover with inset silver oval plaque initialled F M, the interior fitted a bodkin case, scissors and thimble (one item missing), 11cm wide £100-150 (+Fees*) 1126. A Bilston enamel circular box, late 18th Century, the hinged cover and sides decorated flowers on a white ground, 5.5cm diameter, and a similarly decorated patch box, 4cm diameter £80-100 (+Fees*)

Lot 1128

Lot 1130

1128. A Bilston enamel bodkin case, late 18th Century, of cylinder form decorated floral and landscape reserves within raised gilt scroll borders on a blue ground, 16cm long see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*)

1130. An enamel and watercolour anti-slavery plaque depicting two chained slaves in harbour and inscribed ‘O Lord Undertake For Us’, in a round marble frame, 11.5cm diameter see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

1129. A late 18th Century ormolu snuff box, probably French, of oval shape, the cover centred by an oval panel of flowers, the sides with columns and fluting, 7cm wide and a gilt metal etui, lacking fittings £150-200 (+Fees*)

1131. Three various seal fobs, to include two yellow metal mounted examples with hardstone intaglios £100-150 (+Fees*)

1127. A Bilston enamel cased etui decorated floral reserves within raised white scroll borders on a cobalt blue ground, the hinged cover enclosing a fitted interior with implements, 10cm high see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*)


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Lot 1140

Jewellery Lots 1140-1167 Property of a Lady 1140. A diamond solitaire ring, the brilliant cut diamond approximately 2.3cts, within an eight-claw setting, three small graduated brilliant cut diamonds to each shoulder, 18ct white gold mount, size M½ see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*) 1141. An Art Deco diamond and emerald ring centred by a round mixed cut diamond of approximately 1ct, within a square surround of millegrain set diamonds and two baguette cut emeralds to each shoulder, size M see illustration £1800-2000 (+Fees*)

Lot 1141

Lot 1144

1142. A cultured pearl and diamond dress ring, the central cultered pearl approximately 7.8mm in diameter, set within two parallel channels of millegrain set diamonds to an unmarked white metal mount, size M½ £400-600 (+Fees*) 1143. A late 19th Century diamond rivière necklace composed of eighty-three old cut diamonds, graduating in size from the centre, each in a white metal collet setting, the floral clasp set nine old cut diamonds, totalling approximately 11.25cts, 39cm long, in a fitted red leather and velvet lined Wartski case see illustration £8000-12000 (+Fees*)

1144. An Art Deco diamond brooch centred a round mixed cut diamond of approximately 0.65cts, within a hexagonal collet setting to an openwork tapering rectangular frame set four graduating diamonds in square collet settings and smaller round cut diamonds, millegrain detail throughout, 5.2cm long see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

Lot 1143

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Lot 1146 1145. An Art Deco diamond and onyx ring, the central old cut diamond mounted to a hexagonal cut onyx within a millegrain diamond set surround to an unmarked yellow metal mount, size M½ £200-300 (+Fees*) 1146. A diamond spray brooch designed as an openwork harebell stem with ribbon tie, set old brilliant cut diamonds, the principal stone approximately 0.75cts, with graduating diamonds to flowerheads, unmarked white metal mount see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

1149. An Art Deco diamond and onyx gentleman’s dress set, comprising a pair of cufflinks, four buttons, a single dress stud and two matched dress studs, each centred with a diamond in square collet setting to a panel of onyx within a reeded shaped rectangular border, to a 9ct and plated mount, cased £600-800 (+Fees*) 1150. An 18ct gold ruby, emerald and sapphire stacking ring, each band set a row of channel set stones, marked 18ct, size L £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 1148

1151. An 18ct gold and diamond necklace, the fancy chain meeting centrally with ribbon ends and a white metal diamond set spray, stamped 750 to clasp, total weight approximately 68gm, cased see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

1147. An Art Deco diamond, onyx and mother-of-pearl gentleman’s dress set, comprising a pair of cufflinks, four buttons (one with paler surround) and two dress studs, each circular with central diamond to a mother-of-pearl circular panel and onyx surround set in 18ct gold, in a fitted brown leather and velvet lined Boucheron case £800-1200 (+Fees*) 1148. An Art Deco diamond and onyx gentleman’s dress set, comprising a pair of cufflinks, four buttons and two dress studs, each of square stepped form centred by a round collet set diamond to an 18ct gold mount, in a fitted red leather and black velvet lined Asprey & Co. case see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

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1158. A shell cameo brooch depicting a bearded gentleman, an amethyst set brooch, a Victorian brooch in the form of a serpent and three others £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 1155

1159. A natural pearl pin brooch, the single oval pearl to a white metal stick mount, within a fitted Mappin & Webb blue leather bound case, overall length 6.8cm £300-500 (+Fees*)

1152. A cultured pearl necklace, with single strand of pearls graduating from the centre and a diamond and pearl hexagonal clasp, unmarked £150-200 (+Fees*)

1160. A precious yellow metal mounted signet ring set with an oval carved intaglio, monogrammed ‘H’, gross weight approximately 6.8gm £80-120 (+Fees*)

1153. A sapphire mounted brooch and a sapphire dress ring, the brooch of oval form with central step cut sapphire flanked by floral openwork to a surround of eight sapphires within a sunburst border, 4.8cm long, the ring with oval mixed cut sapphire measuring 1.3cm long to a platinum mount £300-500 (+Fees*)

1161. A jade single-row beaded necklace and a nephrite bangle £120-150 (+Fees*)

1154. A pair of 18ct gold cufflinks of lozenge form with chain link, stamped 18, approximately 8.6gm and a pair of 9ct gold cufflinks, approximately 5.9gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1155. A pair of 18ct gold and enamel cufflinks, Cropp & Farr, London, 1930, each enamelled with the Royal Thames Yacht Club burgee, approximately 17.3gm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

1162. A cultured pearl and seed pearl floral bar brooch to an unmarked yellow metal mount, a 9ct gold brooch in the form of a flowering rose stem, a Victorian pin brooch, a gold cross pendant and chain, a seed pearl necklace with diamond set clasp, a 9ct gold rose pin brooch, gross weight of gold approximately 29.6gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1163. A large group of costume jewellery to include a cherry amber bead necklace, a rose quartz necklace, various imitation pearl necklaces, brooches etc. £60-80 (+Fees*)

1164. A group of loose gemstones, with original purchase receipt from Louis Fiedle, Colombo, 1922 detailing some, to include a round mixed cut blue zircon, a round mixed cut white topaz, a Sri Lankan yellow sapphire approximately 14ct, a garnet, a star sapphire, three others and a circular faceted bead Note: This lot is subject to VAT on the hammer price see illustration £500-700 (+Fees*) 1165. A sapphire and diamond eternity ring to a white metal mount, with floral engraved edge and a similar diamond eternity ring, sizes M and M½ £200-300 (+Fees*) 1166. A Canadian 50 dollar gold coin, 1985, Elizabeth II maple leaf, fine gold 1oz or pur, approximately 31.2gm £600-800 (+Fees*) 1167. A 14ct gold bracelet with double strand fancy link, approximately 17.1gm, a pair of ruby and diamond 18ct gold flowerhead stud earrings and another pair of floral stud earrings £150-200 (+Fees*) 1168. A jadeite and diamond set dress ring, the oval jadeite with bands of diamonds to the shoulders in heart shaped galleried setting, size S, approximately 7.3gm £800-1000 (+Fees*) 1169. A 22ct gold wedding band, approximately 10.5gm, two 18ct shirt studs, approximately 3gm, a 15ct stud, 2.9gm, sundry 9ct studs approximately 3.8gm and a 14ct gold wedding band 2.5gm £300-500 (+Fees*)

1156. An 18ct gold brooch in the form of a ribbon bow with diamond set white metal detailing to centre and a yellow metal mounted cultured pearl set bar brooch £200-300 (+Fees*) 1157. A 15ct gold bar brooch set an oval jade cabochon, a moss agate set pin brooch and a garnet set pin brooch £150-200 (+Fees*) Lot 1164

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Lot 1170 1170. A Boucheron diamond set dress ring of modern design to an 18ct white gold mount, line of seven diamonds to each shoulder, size L½ see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*) 1171. A chrysoprase ring, the oval stone in a stylised 14ct yellow gold setting, size J £150-200 (+Fees*) 1172. A 1970s amethyst specimen pendant in a cage setting of twisted 9ct gold, 7cm long including bail see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 1173. A French black and white enamelled necklace of modern design, indistinctly signed to a rectangular tab £500-600 (+Fees*)

1177. A diamond set pendant necklace, the principal marquise diamond approximately 1.2ct suspended beneath a round brilliant cut diamond, approximately 0.3ct to an 18ct white gold mount and chain £1800-2000 (+Fees*) 1178. A ruby and diamond leaf shaped brooch, named Clio and set in 18ct yellow and white gold, 10.5cm long, gross weight approximately 24.5gm £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 1179. A Georg Jensen ‘infinity’ silver bracelet designed by Regitze Overgaard, with stylised hoop links, bar and chain clasp, stamped, no. 452, 19cm long, approximately 61.5gm £150-250 (+Fees*)

Lot 1172

1180. A large quantity of costume jewellery in a wooden canteen £50-70 (+Fees*) 1181. A diamond cluster ring set seven round brilliant cut diamonds, each approximately 0.38ct to a yellow metal unmarked mount, size O see illustration £1800-2000 (+Fees*)

1174. A diamond solitaire ring to an unmarked white metal mount, approximately 0.33ct and another gem set ring to a 9ct gold mount £150-200 (+Fees*) 1175. A silver Arts and Crafts brooch, after a design by Robert Allison, Birmingham, 1959, depicting a Viking ship; a silver mounted jar and cover and various other pieces of small jewellery £70-90 (+Fees*) 1176. A pair of opal set earrings, oval cabochon stones to a yellow gold four claw mount £150-200 (+Fees*)


Lot 1181

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1195. An Edwardian amethyst and seed pearl pendant/brooch to a scroll openwork 9ct setting £200-300 (+Fees*) 1196. A diamond full eternity ring with channel set baguette diamonds to a white metal mount, stylised mark to inside of band, size M½ £600-800 (+Fees*)

Lot 1182 1182. A pair of 18ct gold and diamond ear clips by Cartier, Paris, the textured stylised petals set a single diamond, gross weight approximately 28.9gm, boxed see illustration £7000-9000 (+Fees*) 1183. A sapphire and diamond set three-stone ring, the central step cut sapphire approximately 0.5ct, flanked by a single brilliant cut diamond to either side, to an 18ct gold mount, size K, approximately 36.9gm £400-600 (+Fees*) 1184. A 9ct gold rope twist chain and oval locket, two circular glazed lockets, three pin brooches, a seed pearl crescent brooch etc, gross weight approximately 46gm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1185. A pair of lapis lazuli cufflinks, circa 1970, set in a textured 18ct gold square frame, gross weight, approximately 20gm £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 1186. A diamond tennis bracelet of thirty-six brilliant cut diamonds set to a white metal mount, estimated total diamond weight 7.0ct, 16.5cm long, approximately 13.3gm £5000-7000 (+Fees*) 1187. A 14k gold and enamel dress ring of modern design, the fourteen round cut emeralds on stalks with a textured gold surround, size P, approximately 11.8gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

1188. An 18ct gold bracelet of modern design, the interlocking textured oval links set with two rows of small emeralds, 18.5cm long, approximately 97gm £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 1189. A pink and coral dress ring of modern design, signed MFL, possibly Marilyn Cooperman, in a pierced 14ct gold setting, size P, gross weight approximately 11.8gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

1197. A pair of French 18ct gold and white enamelled cufflinks, each with floral pierced round faces and clip link, approximately 10gm £350-450 (+Fees*) 1198. A tiger’s eye brooch set in an 18ct gold stylised frame, 9.5cm wide, gross weight approximately 29gm see illustration £600-800 (+Fees*) 1199. A 9ct gold and enamel regimental brooch, for the Royal Artillery £50-70 (+Fees*)

1190. A pair of turquoise and diamond starburst ear clips, set in unmarked yellow gold, approximately 13.4gm £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 1191. A 19th Century seed pearl necklace with multi strands linked nine larger pearls, with a gold mounted paste set clasp, a pair of seed pearl cluster drop earrings and another seed pearl necklace £200-300 (+Fees*) 1192. An onyx bangle set with oval cabochons and marked 585 to a small oval plaque £100-150 (+Fees*) 1193. A 9ct gold and cultured pearl bar brooch and a cultured pearl and diamond cluster pin brooch £80-120 (+Fees*) 1194. A single strand cultured pearl Mikimoto necklace, cased, another cultured pearl necklace and a small quantity of costume jewellery £150-200 (+Fees*) Lot 1198

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1205. A 9ct gold Masonic articulated ball pendant, the puzzle ball opening as a cross, suspended on an 18ct gold chain, total weight approximately 15.8gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1206. A diamond and sapphire two stone ring in a pierced and engraved 18ct white gold mount, size J½ £200-300 (+Fees*) 1207. A cultured pearl three-row bracelet, to a pierced yellow metal clasp set with sapphires, 20.5cm long £200-300 (+Fees*) 1208. A three-row pink coral bead bracelet, to an oval coral clasp set in 18ct gold, 18.5cm long £400-600 (+Fees*) 1209. A pair of 18ct gold and paste set ear hoops by Le Gi, approximately 9.5gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 1201 1200. A Victorian turquoise and diamond set crescent brooch, set fifteen graduated turquoise cabochons and mixed cut diamonds, 9cm long, approximately 11.5gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

1210. A Victorian lava cameo pendant in yellow metal oval frame, a coral bead necklace and cluster ear clips and sundry jewellery £80-120 (+Fees*) 1211. A carved emerald and diamond dress ring, the oblong stone of 31.78ct to a surround of pavé set diamonds in an 18ct gold mount, signed Hirsh, with certificate £7000-9000 (+Fees*)

1212. An Edwardian peridot and seed pearl set pendant/brooch to a 15ct gold pierced and scrolling mount, the central peridot measuring approximately 6.2ct, the suspended pear drop measuring approximately 0.75ct £300-500 (+Fees*) 1213. A paste set novelty monkey brooch, the bar centred by a seated monkey with another monkey suspended beneath £250-300 (+Fees*) 1214. A jade bangle £80-120 (+Fees*) 1215. A Georg Jensen 18ct yellow and white gold ‘magic ring’, designed by Regitze Overgaard, the outer ring yellow gold numbered 1314 to band, both with Jensen mark to band, size N½, boxed with original black rubber filler, weight approximately 15.8gms £300-500 (+Fees*) 1216. An 18ct gold and citrine brooch by René Boivin, circa 1940, 4.8cm long, gross weight approximately 13.6gm see illustration £4500-5500 (+Fees*) 1217. A pair of 9ct gold cufflinks with engine-turned borders, approximately 5gm, and a fruit knife with silver blade £60-80 (+Fees*)

1201. A pair of jadeite ear pendants of contemporary design set in 14ct yellow gold, gross weight approximately 13gm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 1202. A quantity of glass bangles, a faux pearl hair ornament and two bulb covers £30-50 (+Fees*) 1203. An opal set dress ring, to a 9ct gold mount, size L and an amethyst 9ct gold set dress ring, size M, approximately 6.5gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1204. An Edwardian peridot and seed pearl pendant/brooch, the openwork circular frame suspending three foliate drops, 4.5cm high, approximately 4.5gm £100-150 (+Fees*)


Lot 1216

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Lot 1221

1218. A diamond brooch of stylised floral spray form, set with round and baguette cut diamonds to an unmarked mount, 48mm wide, approximately 10gm, total diamond weight approximately 4.7ct £2000-3000 (+Fees*)

1222. A diamond set dress ring, the round brilliant cut diamond to a step square surround and millegrain barrel style shoulders, to an unmarked white metal mount, size O £600-800 (+Fees*)

1219. A 19th Century paste set brooch to a yellow metal mount, a pair of quatrefoil paste set earrings to a gold mount, a pair of garnet and 9ct gold earrings, various hard stone seals, a lapis lazuli beaded necklace and various others £200-300 (+Fees*)

1223. A French link bracelet of modern design set with cherry amber coloured panels, 18cm long £400-600 (+Fees*)

1220. A pair of baroque pearl and diamond ear clips, set in 18ct white gold with five diamonds to each border, marked MGD, approximately 41.5gm £1500-2000 (+Fees*) 1221. A moonstone and yellow metal mounted necklace, the circular cabochon stones with swag chains above five suspended graduating drop moonstones and a pair of moonstone earrings see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

1224. A Victorian painted porcelain plaque, depicting Westminster Abbey, mounted as a brooch, the oval plaque 4.5cm x 5.5cm £120-150 (+Fees*) 1225. A Dunhill pendant with carved miniature pipe, to a silver chain and two silver Dunhill keyrings, both in original cases £60-80 (+Fees*) 1226. A Victorian sapphire five stone ring, the oval mixed cut stones, graduating in size from the centre, central stone approximately 0.5ct, to a 9ct gold mount, size N £200-300 (+Fees*)

1227. A malachite linked necklace, a carved cameo bracelet, clasp stamped 800, a similar ring and a glass cameo brooch pendant to a yellow metal mount £40-60 (+Fees*) 1228. A Bulgari white gold and diamond dome ring, oval with diamond set shoulders, size N, gross weight 10.6gm £1800-2200 (+Fees*) 1229. A pair of Kutchinsky gem set ear clips, circa 1965, of domed form each set with an off centre diamond and sapphire cluster to a surround of turquoise beads, gross weight approximately 17.3gm £2500-3000 (+Fees*) 1230. A diamond set floral brooch to an unmarked yellow metal mount, modelled as a flowering branch with two flower heads, largest diamond at the base, approximately 0.25ct £200-300 (+Fees*) 1231. A hinged bangle, marked 18k, suspending a ball on chain, approximately 27.5gm £300-500 (+Fees*) 1232. A pair of 18ct gold ear clips, of cushion shape, approximately 10.5gm £150-200 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1241

1233. A diamond bracelet, the central nine stone cluster flanked by a row of six diamonds to each side, 17.5cm long £400-600 (+Fees*) 1234. A closely matched pair of cufflinks, marked 18k, approximately 14gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1235. A turquoise and green enamel dress ring of navette shape, set in 18ct yellow gold, size Q½, approximately 7.5gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1236. A paste set necklace, the green square cut stones each to a collet setting, in a fitted case together with similar pair of cluster earrings and a bracelet £300-500 (+Fees*) 1237. A peridot and seed pearl dress ring to a 9ct gold mount, another 9ct gold mounted dress ring and two others £100-150 (+Fees*) 1238. A Joop! gem set dress ring, the blue faceted oval stone set to silver band, stamped Joop! together with another blue stone dress ring to a 9ct white gold mount £60-80 (+Fees*)


Lot 1245

1239. A tanzanite and diamond dress ring, the central round tanzanite stone measuring 7.8ct, flanked by baguette and brilliant cut diamonds to the shoulders, mounted on a white gold band stamped 18k, size Q, with certificate £1200-1500 (+Fees*) 1240. A group of three Kim Ellwood enamelled brooches, each signed and dated verso, three silver brooches of modern design, another unmarked brooch and a pair of orange acrylic pendant earrings £60-80 (+Fees*) 1241. A diamond solitaire ring, in white gold collet, flanked by shoulder set baguette cut diamonds to an 18ct yellow gold band, central diamond approximately 0.9ct, size N see illustration £1200-1500 (+Fees*) 1242. An 18ct white gold diamond set bracelet, the alternate links with millegrain set diamonds, stamped 750, makers mark worn, 19.5cm long £1200-1500 (+Fees*) 1243. A diamond tennis bracelet with 36 collet set diamonds in 18ct white gold, each diamond approximately 0.10ct, stamped 750, 19cm long £2500-3000 (+Fees*)

1244. A diamond ring, the central princess cut diamond approximately 0.4ct, to a square surround of brilliant cut diamonds graduating down the shoulders to a platinum band, size M £1200-1500 (+Fees*) 1245. An emerald and diamond dress ring, the central rectangular step cut emerald 2.49ct in a yellow metal four claw setting flanked with tapering baguettes to a white metal band stamped K18, with certificate see illustration £1200-1800 (+Fees*) 1246. A diamond ring, the central round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.75ct with seven millegrain set diamonds to each shoulder to an 18ct white gold mount, size M½ £100-1500 (+Fees*) 1247. A diamond ring, the central round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.33cts, flanked three graduating diamonds to either side within claw setting to an unmarked white metal mount, size P £500-600 (+Fees*) 1248. A ruby multi-faceted bead necklace, 40cm long and a sapphire necklace similar £500-600 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1249 1249. A pair of diamond stud earrings, the central emerald cut diamond approximately 4mm x 3mm to a surround of baguette cut diamonds within a collet setting within a border of circular brilliant cut diamonds see illustration £1500-2000 (+Fees*)

1252. A pair of 19th Century shell cameo brooches, each of oval form carved classical figures riding chariots, each 2.5cm wide to yellow metal mounts together with other cameo brooches £200-300 (+Fees*)

1250. A diamond set interlocking ring to an unmarked white metal mount, size P see illustration £800-1000 (+Fees*)

1253. A blue topaz set dress ring, set ten square step cut graduated stones to an 18ct white gold mount, size Q, approximately 17gm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*)

1251. A Tiffany & Co. ‘Lucida’ diamond necklace, the square step cut diamond in a square canted rub over platinum setting on chain, both marked, the chain 36cm long £500-600 (+Fees*)

1254. A pair of blue topaz earrings, each with five channel set square step cut stones within an 18ct white gold mount, each approximately 2.5cm long, gross weight approximately 6.1gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

Lot 1250

1255. A diamond and blue topaz dress ring, the rectangular step cut topaz approximately 6mm wide, with a line of six round cut diamonds above and below, to a bark effect 14k gold mount, size G £300-500 (+Fees*) 1256. A 9ct gold hinged bangle, of plain form, approximately 23.9gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1257. A pair of diamond stud earrings, each approximately 0.25ct, with 18ct gold rub over collet setting and yellow gold stem £300-500 (+Fees*)

Lot 1253

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1274. A silver plated three piece carving set, two serving spoons and two basting spoons, all marked Harrods £50-70 (+Fees*)

Plate & White Metal 1260. A set of six plated fish knives, the blades engraved with foliage and with silver collars, and a cased set of fish servers £30-40 (+Fees*)

1275. A pair of old Sheffield plate extendable candlesticks, Roberts, Cadman & Co., circa 1815, 19cm to 26cm high £50-80 (+Fees*)

1261. A large silver plated punch bowl and ladle, repoussé decoration of floral sprays, ring handles and half lobed borders, 33cm diameter £50-70 (+Fees*)

1276. Sundry plated wares £70-100 (+Fees*)

1262. An Asprey silver plated cocktail shaker with sliding recipe case, stamped to base no 798119, 26.5cm high see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

1277. A Russian silver and silver gilt tot cup, a French silver tot cup, three Continental silver mounted dressing table jars and a small goblet £120-180 (+Fees*)

1263. A Harrods silver plated cocktail shaker, with corked stopper, spout and handle, marked to base and No. L9965/1½ PT, 24cm high £80-120 (+Fees*)

1278. A Continental silver jug, of baluster shape with hinged cover to the spout, Lausanne circa 1740, engraved decoration and fitted a fruitwood handle, 18cm high, approximately 295gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

1264. A pair of Sheffield plated two-branch, three-light candelabra, the branches of reeded scrolling form, 51.5cm high £150-200 (+Fees*) 1265. A Sheffield plated swing handle basket of oblong shape with pierced border, 29cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 1266. A silver plated twin-handled soup tureen, the domed cover with leaf scroll handle set on leaf capped legs, 42cm wide £60-80 (+Fees*) 1267. A Sheffield plated wine cooler, of campana vase shape, with fruiting vines to the rim and satyr masks to the handles, crested, 27cm high £150-200 (+Fees*) 1268. A large silver plated salver with pie crust border and engraved decoration, on three scroll feet, 51cm diameter £80-120 (+Fees*)


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1269. A silver plated chafing dish, crested, of globe form, a plated toast rack, tea set etc. £50-70 (+Fees*) 1270. A plated wine cooler and sundry plate £40-60 (+Fees*) 1271. A pair of plated rectangular entree dishes and covers, 28cm wide £20-30 (+Fees*) 1272. Six silver plated plates with gadrooned borders, crested, 31cm diameter £100-150 (+Fees*) 1273. A silver plated ice bucket and another ice bucket with leather handle £80-100 (+Fees*)

1279. A Continental silver ladle, the circular bowl to a shaped stem, and another ladle, marks indistinct, approximately 400gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1280. A small quantity of silver to include a set of six French tot glasses, Gastton Bardies, a pair of die, a napkin ring and various others £80-100 (+Fees*) 1281. A late 19th Century Russian silver gilt and enamel caddy spoon, the reverse of the bowl and the terminal with coloured enamel decoration, 12cm long £100-150 (+Fees*) 1282. A Chinese export silver bowl, circular with bamboo rim and dragon pursuing a flaming pearl to the sides, character mark beneath, 20.5cm diameter, approximately 350gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

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1294. A Danish 835 standard silver snuff box, initialled and dated 1926, of canted rectangular shape with engine turned decoration, 4.5cm wide, a heart shaped silver box and three napkin rings £60-80 (+Fees*) 1295. A pair of white metal candlesticks, marked F J, sterling 925, with detachable sconces, leaf decoration throughout, 34cm high, in a fitted carry case £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 1283 1283. A French silver three-piece cruet, Ambroise Mignerot, circa 1820, comprising mustard pot and two open salts, all with blue glass liners and set on three mask capped legs, the mustard pot, 11.5cm high see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*)

1289. A Chinese export Christening knife and fork, Wang Hing, with dragons to the handles, approximately 85gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

1284. A quantity of Continental white metal flatware including fish slice, marrow scoop marked Alberti, pickle forks, etc. £70-100 (+Fees*)

1291. A Danish silver tea set, F J Hingelberg, assay master Christian F. Heise, the teapot with flame finial and on leaf capped scroll legs, comprising teapot, sugar basin, cream jug and tea strainer, approximately 990gm £300-500 (+Fees*)

1285. A Dutch silver spectacles case, with engraved hinged cover, 13.5cm wide £50-70 (+Fees*) 1286. A Norwegian silver peg tankard, the cover set with a 17th Century Dutch coin, 23cm high see illustration £2000-3000 (+Fees*) 1287. A Continental white metal tea caddy, probably Hanau, profusely decorated flowers and scrolls, 12cm high, approximately 230gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1288. An Eastern white metal card case, decorated a carp pond to one side and a various creatures around a spiders web to the other, 8.5cm high, a Russian silver napkin ring, a salt spoon and a plated napkin ring £80-100 (+Fees*)

1290. A Portuguese wine bottle collar £30-50 (+Fees*)

1296. A white metal table pheasant, damages, a Siamese ash tray and two other white metal pieces £40-60 (+Fees*) 1297. A Continental silver box, the cover decorated figures in a garden, 10cm wide, and another similar, 8cm wide, approximately 200gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 1298. A Continental silver toddy ladle, the single lip shell patterned bowl to a turned wood handle £80-120 (+Fees*)

1292. A Danish silver beaker, assay master Christian F Heise, with hammered finish, dated to collar, 13cm high and a four piece dressing table set similar, marked ‘Edith’ and ‘From George 8-4-1928’ £200-300 (+Fees*) 1293. An early 20th Century Danish silver table service, various makers, comprising large serving spoon, fish servers, nine table spoons, eleven table forks, eleven dessert spoons, six dessert knives, nine tea spoons, two sauce ladles etc, some initialled and dated, approximately 2120gm weighable £600-800 (+Fees*) Lot 1286

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Silver 1300. A Tiffany silver plate, marked Tiffany Sterling, France, initialled and with ribbon tied wreath border, 22.5cm diameter approximately 570gm £300-500 (+Fees*) 1301. A George IV silver snuff box, A J Strahan, London 1820, with raised floral thumbpiece and engine turned decoration, 8.5cm wide approximately 85gm £300-500 (+Fees*) 1302. A George IV silver mug, IL, London 1823, of urn shape with acanthus capped handle and silver-gilt interior, 11cm high approximately 125gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1303. A Victorian silver trinket box, SWS, London 1886, with embossed domed cover, 11cm wide and a silver bowl, approximately 205gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1304. A silver snuff box, George Unite, Birmingham 1901, the cover with raised floral scroll border and central crest, silver-gilt interior, 10cm wide approximately 200gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1305. A pair of silver backed hairbrushes, Michael Allen Bolton, London 1984, of stylised design and a pair of cufflinks by the same maker see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 1306. An Arts and Crafts silver sugar bowl, William Davenport, Birmingham 1910 and a matching milk jug, William Davenport, Birmingham 1907, each with hammered reserves £40-60 (+Fees*) 1307. A silver caddy spoon, import marks TH, London 1901, with ship and entwined dolphin handle and an 830 standard spoon and a trefoil spoon £60-80 (+Fees*) 1308. A silver mounted match strike and sundry small silver £30-50 (+Fees*)


Lot 1305 1309. A silver salver, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1905, with presentation inscription, 38cm diameter, approximately 1500gm £400-600 (+Fees*) 1310. A George III silver jug, T H, London 1810 and a sugar basin, Birmingham 1936, both with gadrooned rims on ball feet, approximately 335gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1311. A pair of silver vases, Birmingham 1905, 16cm high and three other silver vases, weighted £60-80 (+Fees*) 1312. A cased silver jug, sugar bowl and sugar tongs, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1902/1903, embossed thistles roses and clover, approximately 165gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1313. A George III silver mug, LM, London 1773, of tapering form with leaf capped scroll handle, 9cm high, approximately 175gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

1316. Three George III old English pattern silver table spoons, William Eley & William Fearn, initalled B, a pair of George III sauce ladles, London 1770 and sundry Georgian and later flatware, approximately 955gm £250-350 (+Fees*) 1317. A pair of silver and silver gilt Champagne flutes, William Comyns, London 2003, 17.5cm high, approximately 360gm, in original fitted boxes £100-150 (+Fees*) 1318. A silver bonbon dish, Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh, 13.5cm diameter, approximately 102gm £40-60 (+Fees*) 1319. Four shell and silver salt and pepper holder £100-150 (+Fees*) 1320. A Victorian silver goblet, GA, 1871, 14.5cm high, approximately 125gm £80-120 (+Fees*)

1314. A silver jug, TB, London 1893, of fluted form on an oval foot, six coffee spoons, a silver gilt ashtray and three napkin rings, approximately 225gm £60-80 (+Fees*)

1321. A quantity of Georgian and later silver fiddle pattern flatware, various makers, comprising two table spoons, eight dessert spoons, three teaspoons, a mustard spoon and a pair of sugar nips, approximately 655gm £120-180 (+Fees*)

1315. A silver cigarette case, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1923, three silver matchbook covers and two vesta cases, approximately 308gm £80-120 (+Fees*)

1322. A Victorian silver Christening spoon and fork, GA, London 1861, a tea strainer, sundry jam spoons, tea spoons etc., approximately 375gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1336 1323. A Scottish silver basting spoon, William Robertson, Edinburgh 1795, the terminal initialled D, a table spoon with bright cut stem, two 18th Century table spoons and sundry condiment spoons, approximately 315gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 1324. A silver circular sugar bowl, London 1904, initialled, 11.5cm diameter, a footed bowl, 12cm diameter and a pair of desk candlesticks, weighted, weighable 287gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 1325. A pair of George III silver cauldron salts, London 1768, a similar salt, a Madeira decanter label, Joseph Willmore, London 1797, a Whiskey label and three napkin rings, approximately 205gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1326. A George III silver vinaigrette, Birmingham 1809, of rectangular form with canted corners decorated with wrigglework of floral sprays, gilded interior with pierced grille, 3.5cm diameter £150-200 (+Fees*)

1327. A Victorian silver teapot, E S, London 1840, with flower finial and of compressed lobed form, approximately 720gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1328. A Victorian silver teapot, Henry Holland, London 1868, with flower finial, initialled to side, approximately 662gm £180-220 (+Fees*) 1329. A Victorian silver sugar bowl and jug, George Unite, Birmingham 1883, of half ribbed form, a pair of bonbon dishes and a sifter spoon, approximately 314gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1330. A pair of Victorian silver salts, T S, London 1881, with blue glass liners, a mustard pot, pepper pot and five napkin rings, approximately 365gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1331. A bachelor’s silver coffee set, Birmingham 1947, comprising coffee pot, sugar bowl and cream jug, with gadrooned borders, approximately 785gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

1332. A pair of George III silver berry spoons, Josiah & George Piercy, London 1812, a George III caddy spoon, London 1817, a toddy ladle with twisted whalebone handle, an apostle spoon with import marks, weighable approximately 190gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1333. A silver visiting card case, H & T, Birmingham 1897, a cigarette case and sundry small silver £80-120 (+Fees*) 1334. A Victorian silver sugar bowl, London 1883, a similar jug, a small tray and a sifter spoon, approximately 290gm £70-90 (+Fees*) 1335. A silver sauce boat, Sheffield 1911, a matching twin handled sugar bowl, gross weight approximately 371gm and a silver plated dessert service, cased £50-70 (+Fees*) 1336. A set of four George III silver candlesticks, John Schofield, London 1783, with beaded borders, 28.5 high approximately 2110gm see illustration £5000-7000 (+Fees*)

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1343. A silver salver of regimental interest (Coldstream Guards), Birmingham 1972, with beaded border, 25.5cm diameter, approximately 450gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 1344. A silver salver, Adie Bros, Bros, Birmingham 1933 with Celtic design to the border on scroll feet, inscribed under, 37cm diameter £350-450 (+Fees*) 1345. A silver salver, Goldsmith & Silversmith Co. Ltd., London 1935, with pie crust edge, crested, 31cm diameter, approximately 1000gm £250-350 (+Fees*) 1346. A George III silver card waiter, Richard Rugg, London 1761, with shell and scroll edge, central armorial, 20.5cm wide, approximately 336gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1347. A pair of novelty silver condiments, CS and FS, Chester 1901/1906, modelled as guardsmen, 8cm high £120-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 1337 1337. A George II silver basket, Edward Aldridge, London 1747, with pierced sides and swing handle on scroll legs, central armorial, 36.5cm wide approximately 1740gm see illustration £3000-5000 (+Fees*)

1341. A pair of George III silver sauce tureens and covers, William Burwash & Richard Sibley, London 1809, with crest and armorial, 21.5cm wide, motto Nil Nisi Cruce, approximately 1710gm see illustration £700-1000 (+Fees*)

1338. A matched silver tea and coffee service, mostly Elkington & Co, crested, of bulbous octagonal shape comprising kettle on stand, tea pot, sugar basin and jug, approximately 3690gm £1000-1500 (+Fees*)

1342. A large Regimental silver salver (17th Lancers), Carrington & Co, London 1905, 46cm diameter approximately 2505gm £700-1000 (+Fees*)

1348. A three-piece silver cruet set, Birmingham 1934, of octagonal shape, approximately 186gm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1349. A large quantity of 18th Century and later cruets etc £150-200 (+Fees*)

1339. A silver tea and coffee service, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., crested, of octagonal pear shape, comprising kettle on stand, coffee pot, hot water jug, tea pot, sugar basin and jug approximately 3875gm £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 1340. A 17th Century style silver porringer and cover, Richard Comyms, London 1929, with bud finial and scroll handles, chinoiserie decoration to the sides, inscribed with initials and date 1907-1932, 22cm high approximately 1785gm £500-700 (+Fees*)


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Lot 1356 Lot 1352 1350. An 18th Century silver toddy ladle with whale bone handle, marks rubbed, a bonbon dish of scalloped form, an 800 standard ashtray and a plated ashtray £100-150 (+Fees*) 1351. A Victorian silver caddy spoon and the matching spoon, David Robertson, Newcastle 1855, each with shell bowl, in a fitted case £70-100 (+Fees*) 1352. A George II silver salver, Dorothy Mills, London 1752, with shell & scroll border, Tessiers label verso, 29cm wide, approximately 640gm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 1353. A George II silver caster, Thomas Burridge, London 1732, of baluster form, 17.5cm high and a George II pepper pot, London 1751, 11cm high, approximately 280gm £300-500 (+Fees*) 1354. ◆ A butter knife with silver blade and carved ivory handle, a silver pepper pot, a sugar sifter and a jar both with silver mounts and an Indian paper knife £40-60 (+Fees*) 1355. A George III silver waiter, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1795, of circular shape with reeded rim on three feet, 19cm diameter, approximately 300gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

1356. A George IV silver wine funnel, Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London 1821, with shell clip and initialled, 15.5cm long, approximately 170gm see illustration £300-500 (+Fees*) 1357. A George III silver jug, Anne Craig & John Neville, London 1765, decorated a rural scene with cow, swan and windmill, approximately 80gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1358. An old English pattern silver table service, various makers and dates, comprising: 12 table spoons 12 table forks 12 dessert spoons 12 dessert forks 5 teaspoons 1 ladle a pair of sugar nips and a mustard spoon total weight approximately 3274gm Note: Crest of Wallace £800-1000 (+Fees*) 1359. A pair of George III old English pattern silver table spoons, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1805, and two other table spoons, all initialled, total weight approximately 230gm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1360. A pair of George III bright-cut silver sugar nips, TE, London circa 1790, and various teaspoons, coffee spoons and condiment spoons, total weight approximately 220gm £60-80 (+Fees*)

1361. A pair of Scottish silver toddy ladles, DMcD, Glasgow 1832, approximately 70gm Note: Crest of Wallace £80-120 (+Fees*) 1362. A pair of silver backed hair brushes, marks rubbed, a set of six silver handled fruit knives and two dressing table glass scent bottles with plated mounts £30-40 (+Fees*) 1363. A set of six George III silver dessert spoons, R P, London 1819, of fiddle pattern, approximately 230gm £70-90 (+Fees*) 1364. An Irish silver fiddle pattern table spoon, Dublin 1807, an Irish silver teaspoon and another teaspoon, approximately 115gm £40-60 (+Fees*) 1365. A pair of silver apostle spoons, Thomas Bradley & Sons, London 1898, with shell bowls, approximately 157gm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1366. A pair of silver bonbon dishes, Birmingham 1917, of oval shape with ribbon-tie handles on four hoof feet, approximately 159gm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1367. A George III silver cream jug, London 1800, and a silver and leather mounted hip flask with EPNS pull off cup £70-90 (+Fees*) 1368. A silver salver, London 1935, with gadrooned rim on four hoof feet, 26cm diameter approximately 650gm £150-200 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1373 1369. A wavy rimmed silver dish, London 1973, with pierced decoration on a circular foot, a pair of pierced bonbon dishes, Birmingham 1878 and another dish £80-120 (+Fees*) 1370. An Art Nouveau silver hand mirror, Birmingham 1905, decorated floral heads, intertwining spandrels and a maiden, another hand mirror and two silver topped jars £60-80 (+Fees*) 1371. An Art Deco silver casket, Birmingham 1929, of half round form with rectangular hinged cover, engine-turned decoration of four hoof feet, 15.5cm wide, gross weight approximately 386gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1372. An Art Deco silver jewellery casket, Birmingham 1938, of carved rectangular form, with engine-turned decoration, raised on four feet, 10cm wide, gross weight approximately 23.2gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1373. A set of four silver Apostle dessert serving spoons, John Newton Mappin, London 1888, with scrolling floral handles and shaped and gilded bowl, each 24cm long, gross weight approximately 377gm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)


1374. A Georgian silver sauce ladle, a silver mustard with blue glass liner, a small butter dish, a pair of shell salts and spoons, three pairs of sugar tongs and a mustard spoon, gross weight approximately 356gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1375. An Argentium silver part canteen, Sheffield 1989, comprising: six table forks, six dessert forks, six table knives, five dessert knives, six soup spoons, six dessert spoons, two serving spoons, six teaspoons, within fitted case, gross weight approximately 1992gm and an associated cake slice £500-700 (+Fees*) 1376. A set of four silver salts, Sheffield 1880, of circular form on ball feet, gilt interiors, with four matching spoons in a fitted case £150-200 (+Fees*) 1377. A novelty silver snuff box in the form of a dog’s head, London 1972, with hinged cover, 3.5cm long, approximately 29.5gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1378. A novelty silver match strike in the form of a dog’s head, London 1977, with hinged cover, 4cm long, approximately 38.3gm £60-80 (+Fees*)

1379. A small quantity of silver to include a silver mounted pepper pot set with matching mustard pot, a circular stand, a silver matchbox case, an ash tray, three napkin rings etc., approximately 446gm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1380. A novelty silver blotter modelled with Humpty Dumpty in a rowing boat, Birmingham 1987, 10.5cm long £50-70 (+Fees*) 1381. A Victorian silver jug, London 1880, with repoussé decoration, together with a white metal beaker and another with a white metal spoon £70-90 (+Fees*) 1382. A Georgian silver chocolate pot of tapering form, crested, turned wooden handle, marks rubbed, 17.5cm high, approximately 336gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1383. A Georgian silver mustard pot with blue glass liner, London 1829, a silver sugar sifter, a cream jug and a smaller jug and plated spoon, gross weight approximately 374gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1384. A silver sauce boat and stand, 1940, retailed by The Alex Clarke Company Ltd, approximately 338gm and a silver candle snuffer with turned wooden handle £100-150 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1385

1385. A Victorian silver visiting card case, Birmingham 1847, the cover engraved a view of the Scott monument, Edinburgh, 10cm x 7cm see illustration £150-200 (+Fees*) 1386. A Victorian silver jug, W S, London 1857, of baluster shape with leaf scroll handle, approximately 245gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1387. A Victorian silver visiting card case, Birmingham 1892, floral engraved with a monogram and dated 1895, a silver photograph frame, a fruit knife and a silvered toothpick holder £60-80 (+Fees*) 1388. A set of six George III silver table spoons, Soloman Hougham, London 1806, of old English pattern with reeded borders, crested, and three dessert spoons to match, approximately 630gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1389. A set of six Georgian silver old English teaspoons, London 1810, each monogrammed ‘M’ to terminal and a single dessert spoon, London 1800, approximately 114gm £30-50 (+Fees*)

Lot 1397

1390. A set of six George IV silver dessert forks, William Chawner, London 1823, with reeded borders, approximately 258gm £70-90 (+Fees*) 1391. A pair of George III silver serving spoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1799 and sundry similar flatware, approximately 595gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1392. Two sets of six silver teaspoons, Sheffield 1907 and 1909, one of old English pattern the other of fiddle pattern, approximately 243gm £70-90 (+Fees*) 1393. A quantity of various silver teaspoons, sugar tongs etc., to include a bright cut pair of Georgian sugar tongs, two enamelled rifle clubs spoons, initialled MRC and dated 1933, gross weight approximately 300gm £80-120 (+Fees*)

1394. A George III silver coffee pot, London 1799, of tapering baluster form, engraved an armorial, with acorn finial to cover, 20cm high and inscribed ‘un souvenir’ to base, approximately 506gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1395. A silver dressing set, Birmingham 1922, comprising four brushes and a hand mirror, an Edwardian twin-handled sugar bowl and a silver mounted cigarette box £60-80 (+Fees*) 1396. Three silver Georg Jensen silver gilt enamel year spoons, 1976, 1989 and 1990 £60-80 (+Fees*) 1397. A George III silver coffee pot, Francis Butty & Nicholas Dumee, London 1765, the cover with flame finial, leaf capped spout and on circular gadrooned foot, 28.5cm high, approximately 900gm see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1398 1398. ◆ A George III silver hot-water jug, Paul Storr, London 1807, with hinged cover and gadrooned decoration to shoulder, fitted a carved ivory handle, inscribed beneath ‘Eliza R Wood ex dono Elizh Goodwin 1827’, 21cm high, approximately 855gm see illustration £1200-1800 (+Fees*) 1399. A three-piece silver tea set, Birmingham 1933, of circular shape, two silver salts and a jar cover, approximately 700gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1400. A George III twin-handled silver sugar basin, HI or IH, London 1817, crested, 14cm wide, approximately 240gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1401. A George III/George IV silver entrée dish and cover, Richard Sibley, London 1820, with Pelican finial, armorial and crest to side and shell and acanthus decoration to the border, 28cm diameter, approximately 1865gm see illustration £1000-1500 (+Fees*) 1402. A silver mug, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1945, of baluster form with leaf capped scroll handle, initialled and dated, 14.5cm high, approximately 390gm £120-150 (+Fees*)


Lot 1401 1403. A Victorian silver fish slice, R C, London 1844, crested, approximately 190gm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1404. A four-piece silver and enamel dressing set, Birmingham 1961, the cream guilloché enamel painted yellow roses, cased within a Windsor Bishop fitted box £50-70 (+Fees*) 1405. A Victorian silver mounted claret jug, Charles Boyton, London 1880, the hinged cover with finial, the jug with vine leaf decoration, 26cm high see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*) 1406. A George IV/William IV silver goblet, Robert Garrard, London 1830, of plain form with armorial to side, 17cm high, approximately 255gm £300-500 (+Fees*) 1407. A George III silver goblet, H S, London 1812, with engraved decoration of cattle to the side and inscribed to the foot Hampshire Agricultural Society 1812, 12cm high, approximately 130gm and two agricultural prize medallions £150-200 (+Fees*) 1408. A George III swing handle silver basket, Robert & David Hennell, London 1795, of shaped outline with silver gilt interior, 17cm wide, approximately 280gm £150-200 (+Fees*)

Lot 1405 1409. A George III embossed silver jug, CH, London 1782, decorated a dog chasing a hare and with beaded S-scroll handle and another embossed jug, marks rubbed, crested £150-200 (+Fees*) 1410. A George III silver jug, London 1796, of helmet shape and another jug, A P, London 1794, with armorial, approximately 275gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

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1411. A pair of George III silver wine coasters, John Roberts & Co., Sheffield 1813, with gadrooned sides, crested, 15cm diameter £400-600 (+Fees*)

1424. Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co., a spoon, Birmingham 1924, with enamelled stem and another teaspoon with enamelled stem £150-200 (+Fees*)

1412. A set of four George III fiddle pattern silver basting spoons, S A, London 1818, the terminals inscribed Com: Leic, approximately 550gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

1425. A George III silver caddy spoon, G B, London 1802, with shell bowl and another, J S, London 1806 £60-80 (+Fees*)

1413. A set of six George III silver table spoons, T L, London 1783, initialled, approximately 360gm £150-200 (+Fees*)

1426. An 18th Century silver brandy warmer, marks rubbed, of waisted form fitted a turned wood handle, approximately 195gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

1414. A George II silver soup ladle, P R, London 1759, of old English pattern, approximately 158gm £120-180 (+Fees*)

1427. A set of six William IV silver teaspoons, Lias Brothers, London 1833, sundry jam and other spoons, a silver sugar bowl and a silver bowl set with a cartwheel penny, gross weight 440gm £120-180 (+Fees*)

1415. A George III silver marrow scoop, Soloman Hougham, London 1810, 25cm long, approximately 65gm £80-100 (+Fees*) 1416. A George II silver toddy ladle, Fuller White, London 1745, with double lip to the bowl and twisted whalebone handle and another similar, maker’s mark only for Fuller White and turned wood handle £100-150 (+Fees*) 1417. A George III silver toddy ladle, London 1780, with oval bowl and twisted whalebone handle and another similar, apparently unmarked, the bowl set with a coin dated 1787 £80-120 (+Fees*) 1418. A set of six George III silver teaspoons, Charles Hougham, London 1791, initialled H B, the matching sugar tongs and a bright cut table spoon, approximately 160gm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1419. ◆ A set of six ivory handled silver fruit knives and forks, I I, Sheffield 1812, the forks with three tines, a set of six fruit knives, London 1907, with green stained ivory handles and sundry ivory handled pickle forks, etc. £80-120 (+Fees*)

Lot 1423 1420. A quantity of 18th and early 19th Century silver flatware, various dates and makers, comprising eight forks and a spoon, approximately 600gm £200-250 (+Fees*) 1421. A mother-of-pearl handled pocket fork, J N, Sheffield 1825, several penknives, a silver yard-o-led propelling pencil, etc. £80-120 (+Fees*) 1422. A pair of George III silver shell back table spoons, H B, London 1765, initialled and a teaspoon with dove and olive sprig decoration to reverse of bowl £50-70 (+Fees*) 1423. Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co., a silver teaspoon with knopped stem, Liberty & Co., Birmingham 1901, marked Cymric, commemorating the coronation of Edward VII see illustration £300-400 (+Fees*)

1428. A pair of silver grape scissors, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1908, with engraved ivy decoration, a sugar sifter spoon, a pair of Georgian sugar nips and four napkin rings, weighable approximately 285gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1429. A silver scorer, Birmingham 1895, a plated example, a silver mount for a jug, a silver flower finial, possibly from a teapot, two thimbles, a seal fob and a quantity of coins £120-150 (+Fees*) 1430. A drum shaped silver mustard pot, Richard Comyns, London 1963, six mustard spoons various, a pair of pepper pots and a small silver box, approximately 370gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 1431. A pair of Scottish silver ash trays, R & W Sorley, Glasgow 1896, each with armorial of the Bell family, 14.5cm diameter, approximately 335gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1432 1432. A George IV silver three-piece tea set, Charles Fox, London 1824/25, each piece with leaf capped handles, foliate decoration and on paw feet, crested, approximately 1385gm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 1433. A pair of silver mounted whisky toddy jugs, Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1922, 10.5cm high £120-150 (+Fees*) 1434. An 18th Century silver bougie box, maker’s mark only, E C, possibly for Ebenezer Coker, of cylinder form, 5cm diameter £200-300 (+Fees*) 1435. A George III silver vinaigrette, John Shaw, Birmingham 1810, of oval shape, another, T Simpson & Son, Birmingham 1809, engraved decoration (lacking grille) and a Victorian pill box, WN, London 1861 (3) £150-200 (+Fees*)

1436. A Victorian silver teapot, London 1868, of spherical form with gourd finial, approximately 565gm £150-200 (+Fees*) 1437. A silver teapot and sugar basin, Barnard family, London 1909, of rectangular half-ribbed form, approximately 1045gm £250-350 (+Fees*) 1438. A large silver basket and a matching pair of tazze, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1906/1909, of pierced circular form the basket on claw feet, 30cm diameter, the tazze each on a circular foot, 16cm diameter, total approximately 1610gm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 1439. A pair of Victorian silver candlesticks, Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, London 1893, of spiral column form, weighted, 26cm high £180-220 (+Fees*)

1440. A set of six silver coffee spoons, Sheffield 1954, cased by Asprey, a set of six coffee spoons with bean finials, cased and another set of six, approximately 140gm £40-60 (+Fees*) 1441. A pair of Adam style silver candlesticks, WB Ltd, Birmingham 1909, of oval column form, weighted, 28.5cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 1442. A set of six George III silver table spoons, TW, London 1774, of Hanoverian pattern, initialled C/TE, approximately 410gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1443. A pair of George III silver table spoons, TR, London 1815 and another pair, both of fiddle pattern, approximately 285gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1444. Three Scottish silver table spoons, J McKay, Edinburgh 1811, of fiddle pattern, initialled, approximately 225gm £60-80 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1454 1445. A set of eight George III silver teaspoons, WS, London 1791, of thread pattern and a closely matched teaspoon, approximately 145gm £40-60 (+Fees*) 1446. A Victorian old English pattern silver table service, George Maudsley Jackson, London 1893, comprising ten tablespoons, twelve table forks, ten dessert forks and seven dessert spoons, approximately 2480gm £600-800 (+Fees*) 1447. A matched fiddle pattern silver table service, various dates and makers, comprising six table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, six teaspoons, and a basting spoon, all initialled W, approximately 2780gm £700-900 (+Fees*)

1451. A pair of Victorian silver salts, HA, Birmingham 1863, of shell form on dolphin supports, a sugar caster, Sheffield 1956 and a menu holder, approximately 270gm weighable £80-120 (+Fees*) 1452. A mother-of-pearl handled silver dessert service, Chester 1924, comprising twelve knives and forks in a fitted canteen £100-150 (+Fees*) 1453. A Victorian circular silver basket, Joseph & Edward Bradbury, Sheffield 1864, with pierced swing handle and rope border on a circular foot, 32.5cm diameter approximately 865gm £250-350 (+Fees*)

1454. A George III three-piece silver tea service, William Frisby, London 1817, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, half-ribbed with gadrooned borders and mask head and acanthus application, approximately 1400gm see illustration £700-900 (+Fees*) 1455. A pair of George II silver candlesticks, L G, 1759, with cluster columns and beaded borders, 31cm high see illustration £800-1200 (+Fees*)

1448. A pair of George III silver table spoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1798, crested, another pair London 1783, another pair and three others, approximately 525gm £120-180 (+Fees*) 1449. A set of six Scottish oar pattern silver teaspoons, Jos Haywood & Co, Glasgow 1857, initialled, approximately 125gm £30-50 (+Fees*) 1450. Six George III silver teaspoons, WE, London 1828/29, of fiddle pattern, various fiddle pattern mustard spoons and sundry teaspoons, etc., approximately 385gm £100-150 (+Fees*)

Lot 1455 Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Lot may be subject to an additional fee (see page 1)


Lot 1462 1456. A pair of silver candlesticks, Thomas Bradbury, London, 1919 with decorative capitals and swags on square bases with beaded borders, 26cm high £200-300 (+Fees*) 1457. A pair of George III dwarf silver candlesticks, TL/DL, Sheffield 1800 with fluted and embossed decoration, 12.5cm high £150-200 (+Fees*) 1458. A Victorian silver basket, H W and Co., Sheffield 1845 with pierced decoration and shaped scroll borders, 31cm long, approximately 660gm £400-600 (+Fees*)

1459. A pair of Victorian silver vases, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1884 and other items of silver £80-120 (+Fees*) 1460. A George III silver fish slice, John Shekleton, London 1805, monogrammed £80-100 (+Fees*) 1461. A cylindrical silver box and cover, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1936, commemorative of the coronation of King George VI and engraved Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament, 8cm high £80-100 (+Fees*)

1462. A George I silver brandy warmer, William Spackman, London 1725, with turned wood handle, approximately 605gm see illustration £700-900 (+Fees*) 1463. A George III silver teapot and cover, T & J Guest and Joshua Cradock, London 1810, of spherical shape, approximately 605gm see illustration £200-300 (+Fees*)

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Lot 1468 1464. A silver bonbon dish, H A, Sheffield 1910, of flowerhead form, 19cm wide and a sugar caster, Birmingham 1928, approximately 340gm £100-150 (+Fees*) 1465. A pair of silver mounted whisky toddy jugs, J B C, London 1903, 10cm high and another £100-150 (+Fees*) 1466. A George III silver teapot, marks rubbed, of rounded rectangular shape with leaf scroll handles, approximately 665gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1467. A George III silver teapot, London 1820, of half-ribbed form, crested, approximately 670gm £200-300 (+Fees*)

1468. A pair of embossed silver dishes, C F H & Co., London 1899, marked Hancocks & Co., 152 New Bond Street, London with shell and scroll borders, 26.5cm diameter, approximately 1240gm see illustration £400-600 (+Fees*) 1469. A pair of Victorian silver pepper pots, Edgar Finley & Hugh Taylor, London 1892 of cylinder form with foliate embossed decoration throughout, 10cm high, approximately 140gm £60-80 (+Fees*) 1470. A George III silver cream jug, GB, London 1803, of lobed form, approximately 130gm £60-80 (+Fees*)

1471. A Victorian silver jug, IK, London 1853, on three stepped feet, approximately 95gm £40-60 (+Fees*) 1472. A pair of Victorian silver open salts, Hayne & Carter, London 1843 of pierced form each with blue glass liner, 8.5cm diameter, approximately 185gm £80-120 (+Fees*) 1473. A set of four Victorian silver open salts, M G, London 1879, each of twin-handled oval form with blue glass liner, 16cm wide, approximately 575gm £200-300 (+Fees*) 1474. A silver mounted cut glass inkwell, marks rubbed, a rectangular tray, London 1963, a small jug and a matchbox holder, approximately 195gm weighable £80-120 (+Fees*)

Fees* – Buyer’s Premium on a sliding scale + VAT at 20%. ARR – Lot may be subject to an additional fee (see page 1)




Introduction. The following notes are intended to assist bidders and buyers, particularly those that are inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All of our auctions are governed by our Conditions of Business incorporating the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers), the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices that are displayed in our salerooms or announced by the auctioneer at the auction. Our Conditions of Business are available for inspection at our salerooms and on our website and the Terms of Sale are printed in the back of our auction catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything in our Conditions of Business that you do not fully understand. Please make sure that you read our Terms of Sale set out in our catalogue or on our website carefully before bidding in the auction. If your bid is successful, you will be obliged to comply with our Terms of Sale.





Agency. As auctioneers we usually act on behalf of the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. If you buy at auction your contract for the goods is with the seller, not with us as auctioneer. Estimates. Estimates are designed to help you gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates may change and should not be thought of as the sale price. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price (the minimum price for which a lot may be sold) and will not be below the reserve price. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the auction and may be altered by a saleroom notice or announcement by the auctioneer before the auction of the lot. They are not definitive. Buyer’s Premium. The Terms of Sale oblige you to pay a buyer’s premium on the hammer price of each lot purchased at the following rates: 20% on the first £100,000 15% on the excess between £100,001 and £500,000 12.5% on the excess between £500,001 and £1,000,000 10% on the balance above £1,000,000 Where thresholds apply, the higher premium rate will apply to the portion of the bid price up to the threshold and the lower premium rate will apply to the portion of the bid price in excess of the threshold. VAT at the standard rate will be added to this premium, with the exception of books and unframed maps (see below).




Inspection of goods by the buyer. As we act on behalf of the seller, we are dependent on information provided by the seller about their goods. We may inspect lots and will act reasonably in taking a general view about them. However, we are normally unable to carry out detailed examinations of lots to check their condition in the way a buyer would do. You will have ample opportunity to inspect the goods. You must inspect and investigate lots that you might wish to bid for. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots set out in the Terms of Sale at clause 12.4.


Electrical goods. These are sold as “antiques” only. If you buy electrical goods for use you must ask a qualified electrician to check them for compliance with safety regulations before you use them.


Export of goods. If you intend to export goods you must find out:

(*) indicates that VAT is payable by the buyer on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer’s premium. VAT will be chargeable at the standard rate (presently 20%). This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due at 20% on importation into the UK. (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union. These lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the hammer price and buyer’s premium.


whether an export licence is needed; and


if there is a prohibition on importing goods of that character e.g. because the goods contain prohibited materials such as ivory.


Bidding. Bidders will be required to register with us before the auction starts. We reserve the right to impose a deadline prior to the auction by which you must register or by which we must receive a commission bid. If you wish to bid on high value lots this deadline may be several days before the auction in order to allow us sufficient time to carry out the necessary checks. Lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. You will need to provide us with proof of your identity in a form acceptable to us and such other information as we may require. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone or online bidding. Please note that we may refuse to register you if you do not provide us with all the information and documentation that we ask for or at our discretion.


Commission bidding. You may leave commission bids with us indicating the maximum amount to be bid against a lot (excluding the buyers’ premium and/or any applicable VAT). We will execute commission bids as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids we may prefer the first bid received (where this can be reasonably ascertained). Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or fax/email or via our website or online bidding platform.


Methods of Payment. We accept payment by debit card, credit card (3% surcharge), cash (for which there is an upper limit of £1,000) and direct bank transfer. Please discuss with our office in advance of the sale if you plan to use any other method of payment.


Collection and storage. Please note what the Terms of Sale say about collection and storage. It is important that you pay for and collect goods promptly. Any delay may involve you having to pay storage charges.

VAT. Items in our catalogue may be marked in the following ways: a.

Lots which do not have either of the above symbols have no VAT payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. The VAT included within the premium is not recoverable as input tax.

TERMS OF SALE Both the sale of goods at our auctions and your relationship with us are governed by the Terms of Consignment (primarily applicable to sellers), the Terms of Sale (primarily applicable to bidders and buyers) and any notices displayed in the saleroom or announced by us at the auction (collectively, the “Conditions of Business”). The Terms of Consignment and Terms of Sale are available at our saleroom on request. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully. Please note that if you register to bid and/or bid at auction this signifies that you agree to and will comply with these Terms of Sale. Please note that these Terms of Sale relate to auctions held at our premises only. 1

Definitions and interpretation


To make these Terms of Sale easier to read, we have given the following words a specific meaning:

“Auctioneer” means Chorley’s, a partnership or company registered in England and Wales with registration number with registration number 5857433 and whose registered office is located Staverton Court, Staverton, Cheltenham GL51 0UX or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate;


means a Seller who is acting for purposes relating to that Seller’s trade, business, craft or profession, whether acting personally or through another person acting in the trader’s name or on the trader’s behalf;


means Value Added Tax or any equivalent sales tax; and


means our website available at

In these Terms of Sale the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to you as the Buyer. The words “we”, “us”, etc. refer to the Auctioneer. Any reference to a ‘Clause’ is to a clause of these Terms of Sale unless stated otherwise. 2

Information that we are required to give to Consumers


A description of the main characteristics of each Lot as contained in the auction catalogue.


Our name, address and contact details as set out herein, in our auction catalogues and/or on our Website.


The price of the Goods and arrangements for payment as described in Clauses 4, 5, 7 and 8.


The arrangements for collection of the Goods as set out in Clauses 8 and 9.


means a person participating in bidding at the auction;


Your right to return a Lot and receive a refund if the Lot is a Deliberate Forgery as set out in Clause 13.


means the person who makes the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer;


We and Trader Sellers have a legal duty to supply any Lots to you in accordance with these Terms of Sale.

“Deliberate Forgery”

means: (a) an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source; (b) which is described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator without qualification; and (c) which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been as described;


If you have any complaints, please send them to us directly at the address set out on our Website.


Bidding procedures and the Buyer


You must register your details with us before bidding and provide us with any requested proof of identity and billing information, in a form acceptable to us. You must also satisfy any security arrangements we have in place before entering the auction room to view or bid.


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


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


The Bidder placing the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer will be the Buyer at the Hammer Price. Any dispute about a bid will be settled at our discretion. We may reoffer the Lot during the auction or may settle the dispute in another way. We will act reasonably when deciding how to settle the dispute.


Bidders will be deemed to act as principals, even if the Bidder is acting as an agent for a third party.


We may bid on Lots on behalf of the Seller up to one bid below the Reserve.

“Hammer Price”

means the level of the highest bid for a Lot accepted by the Auctioneer by the fall of the hammer;


means the goods that we offer for sale at our auctions;


means the premium that we will charge you on your purchase of a Lot to be calculated as set out in Clause 4;


means the minimum hammer price at which a Lot may be sold;

“Sale Proceeds”

means the net amount due to the Seller;


means the persons who consign Lots for sale at our auctions;

“Terms of means the terms on which we agree to offer Lots Consignment” for sale in our auctions as agent on behalf of Sellers; “Terms of Sale”

means these terms of sale, as amended or updated from time to time;

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



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


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


The purchase price


Title and collection of purchases


Once you have paid us in full the Total Amount Due for any Lot, ownership of that Lot will transfer to you. You may not claim or collect a Lot until you have paid for it.


You will (at your own expense) collect any Lots that you have purchased and paid for either:

As Buyer, you will pay: a.

the Hammer Price;


a premium of a percentage of the Hammer Price on an incremental basis: 20% on the first £100,000 15% on the excess between £100,001 and £500,000 12.5% on the excess between £500,001 and £1,000,000 10% on the excess above £1,000,000


any artist’s resale right royalty payable on the sale of the Lot; and


any VAT due.




You shall be liable for the payment of any VAT applicable on the Hammer Price and premium due for a Lot. Please see the symbols used in the auction catalogue for that Lot and the “Information for Buyers” in our auction catalogue for further information.


We will charge VAT at the current rate at the date of the auction.


The contract between you and the Seller


The contract for the purchase of the Lot between you and the Seller will be formed when the hammer falls accepting the highest bid for the Lot at the auction.


You may directly enforce any terms in the Terms of Consignment against a Seller to the extent that you suffer damages and/or loss as a result of the Seller’s breach of the Terms of Consignment.



not later than seven business days following the day of the auction; or


not later than seven business days following the date that we have received payment of the Total Amount Due in cleared funds, if later.


If you do not collect the Lot within this time period, you will be responsible for any reasonable removal, storage and insurance charges in relation to that Lot.


Risk of loss or damage to the Lot will pass to you when you (or your agents) take physical possession of the Lot.


If you do not collect the Lot that you have paid for within thirty days after the auction, we may sell the Lot. We will pay the proceeds of any such sale to you, but will deduct any storage charges or other sums that we have incurred in the storage and sale of the Lot. We reserve the right to charge you a selling commission at our standard rates on any such resale of the Lot.


Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases


Please do not bid on a Lot if you do not intend to buy it. If your bid is successful, these Terms of Sale will apply to you. This means that you will have to carry out your obligations set out in these Terms of Sale. If you do not comply with these Terms of Sale we may (acting on behalf of the Seller and ourselves) pursue one or more of the following measures:

If you breach these Terms of Sale, you may be responsible for damages and/or losses suffered by a Seller or us. If we are contacted by a Seller who wishes to bring a claim against you, we may in our discretion provide the Seller with information or assistance in relation to that claim.


take action against you for damages for breach of contract;


reverse the sale of the Lot to you and/or any other Lots sold by us to you;


resell the Lot by auction or private treaty (in which case you will have to pay any difference between the price you should have paid for the Lot and the price we sell it for as well as the charges outlined in Clause 8.5). Please note that if we sell the Lot for a higher amount than your winning bid, the extra money will belong to the Seller;


We normally act as an agent only and will not have any responsibility for default by you or the Seller (unless we are the Seller of the Lot).




remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense;


Immediately following your successful bid on a Lot you will:


if you do not pay us within seven business days of your successful bid, we may charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due;


keep that Lot or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the Total Amount Due;


give to us, if not already provided to our satisfaction, proof of identity in a form acceptable to us (and any other information that we require in order to comply with our anti-money laundering obligations); and


pay to us the Total Amount Due in cash (for which there is an upper limit of £1,000) or in any other way that we agree to accept payment.


reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or impose conditions before we accept bids from you; and/or


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


if we sell any Lots for you, use the money made on these Lots to repay any amount you owe us.



We will act reasonably when exercising our rights under Clause 9.1. We will contact you before exercising these rights and try to work with you to correct any non-compliance by you with these Terms of Sale.


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




The Seller warrants to us and to you that:


Please note that Lots (in particular second-hand Lots) are unlikely to be in perfect condition. Lots are sold “as is” (i.e. as you see them at the time of the auction). Books are sold ‘as found’ and are not collated unless stated. Neither we nor the Seller accept any liability for the condition of second-hand Lots or for any condition issues affecting a Lot if such issues are included in the description of a Lot in the auction catalogue (or in any saleroom notice) and/ or which the inspection of a Lot by the Buyer ought to have revealed.


Historically many gemstones have been subject to a variety of treatments to enhance their appearance. Sapphires and rubies are routinely heat treated to improve their colour and clarity, emeralds are also frequently treated with oils or resin for the same purpose. Other treatments such as staining, irradiation or coating may have been used on other gemstones. These treatments may be permanent, whilst others may need special care or re-treatment to retain their appearance. Bidders should be aware that estimates assume that gemstones may have been subjected to such treatments. A number of laboratories issue certificates that give more detailed descriptions of gemstones. However there may not be consensus between different laboratories on the degrees, or types of treatment for any particular gemstone. In the event that Chorley's has been given or obtained certificates for any lots in the sale, these certificates will be disclosed in the catalogue. In the event that no certificate is published in the catalogue, bidders should assume that the gemstone may have been treated. Neither Chorley's nor the seller accepts any liability for contradictions or differing certificates obtained by buyers on any lots subsequent to the sale.

11.1.1 the Seller is the true owner of the Lot for sale or is authorised by the true owner to offer and sell the lot at auction; 11.1.2 the Seller is able to transfer good and marketable title to the Lot to you free from any third party rights or claims; and 11.1.3 as far as the Seller is aware, the main characteristics of the Lot set out in the auction catalogue (as amended by any notice displayed in the saleroom or announced by the Auctioneer at the auction) are correct. 11.2

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


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


If a Lot is not second-hand and you purchase the Lot as a Consumer from a Seller that is a Trader, a number of additional terms may be implied by law in addition to the Seller’s warranties set out at Clause 11.1 (in particular under the Consumer Rights Act 2015). These Terms of Sale do not seek to exclude your rights under law as they relate to the sale of these Lots.


13 Deliberate Forgeries 13.1 You may return any Lot which is found to be a Deliberate Forgery to us within six months of the auction provided that you return the Lot to us in the same condition as when it was released to you, accompanied by a written statement identifying the Lot from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. 13.2

Save as expressly set out above, all other warranties, conditions or other terms which might have effect between the Seller and you, or us and you, or be implied or incorporated by statue, common law or otherwise are excluded.

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


Descriptions and condition


Our descriptions of the Lot will be based on: (a) information provided to us by the Seller of the Lot (for which we are not liable); and (ii) our opinion (although it is likely that we will not be able to carry out a detailed inspection of each Lot).


If you have sold the Lot to another person, we will only be liable to refund the price that you paid for the Lot. We will not be responsible for repaying any additional money you may have made from selling the Lot.


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


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


Ivory Chorley’s abhor and condemn the poaching of all species, especially African elephants and the wanton destruction of natural habitat. Thus we will offer for sale no ivory products produced after June 1947, the date of the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). We consider that pieces produced before this date are likely to be purchased as pieces of artistic or cultural merit, which happen to contain ivory, rather than be purchased for their ivory content. 99


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


Our liability to you


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


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



Subject to Clause 15.4, if we are found to be liable to you for any reason (including, amongst others, if we are found to be negligent, in breach of contract or to have made a misrepresentation), our liability will be limited to the total purchase price paid by you to us for any Lot. Notwithstanding the above, nothing in these Terms of Sale shall limit our liability (or that of our employees or agents) for:

16.4.3 if sent by email, at the time of transmission unless sent after 17.00 in the place of receipt in which case they will be deemed to have been received on the next business day in the place of receipt (provided that a copy has also been sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery as set out in Clause 16.2.3.) 16.5

17 Data Protection We will hold and process any personal data in relation to you in accordance with our current privacy policy, a copy of which is available on request. 18



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


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


We may use special terms in the catalogue descriptions of particular Lots. You must read these terms carefully along with any glossary provided in our auction catalogues.


Each of the clauses of these Terms of Sale operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful, the remaining clauses will remain in full force and effect.


We may change these Terms of Sale from time to time, without notice to you. Please read these Terms of Sale carefully, as they may be different from the last time you read them.


Except as otherwise stated in these Terms of Sale, each of our rights and remedies are: (a) are in addition to and not exclusive of any other rights or remedies under these Terms of Sale or general law; and (b) may be waived only in writing and specifically. Delay in exercising or non-exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale is not a waiver of that or any other right. Partial exercise of any right under these Terms of Sale will not preclude any further or other exercise of that right or any other right under these Terms of Sale. Waiver of a breach of any term of these Terms of Sale will not operate as a waiver of breach of any other term or any subsequent breach of that term.


These Terms of Sale and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them (including any non-contractual claims or disputes) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and the parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.


These Terms of Sale, forming part of our Conditions of Business, are based upon terms recommended by SOFAA (The Society of Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers).

15.4.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence (as defined in the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977); 15.4.2 fraudulent misrepresentation; or 15.4.3 any liability which cannot be excluded by law. 16 Notices 16.1


All notices between you and us regarding these Terms of Sale must be in writing and signed by or on behalf of the party giving it. Any notice referred in Clause 16.1 may be given: 16.2.1 by delivering it by hand; 16.2.2 by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery; or 16.2.3 by email, provided that a copy is also sent by pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery.


Notices must be sent: 16.3.1 by hand or registered post: a.

to us, at our address set out in these Terms of Sale or at our registered office address appearing on our Website; and


to you, at the last postal address that you have given to us as your contact address in writing; or

16.3.2 by email: a.


to us, by sending the notice to both the following email addresses: to you, by sending the notice to any email address that you have given to us as your contact email address in writing.

16.4 Notices will be deemed to have been received: 16.4.1 if delivered by hand, on the day of delivery; 16.4.2 if sent by first class pre-paid post or Recorded Delivery, two business days after posting, exclusive of the day of posting; or


Any notice or communication given under these Terms of Sale will not be validly given if sent by fax, email, any form of messaging via social media or text message.

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Fine Art & Antiques


Tuesday 30th & Wednesday 31st January 2018

Newton’s terrestrial and celestial globes Estimate: £10,000-15,000 (+ fees)










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Auction Catalogue

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Tuesday 21st November & Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Chorleys auction catalogue 21-22 November 2017  

Lots coming up for auction including Modern Art & Design, Silver & Jewellery, Books & Postcards, Furniture, Wine

Chorleys auction catalogue 21-22 November 2017  

Lots coming up for auction including Modern Art & Design, Silver & Jewellery, Books & Postcards, Furniture, Wine