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Spring Antiques & Fine Art Auction 20th, 21st & 22nd March 2013

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Lot 31

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Lot 1194 Lot 1197 Lot 1196

Lot 1199

Front Cover Lot 797

Back Cover Lot 402

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A N T I QU E S & F I N E A RT AU C T I O N

Surrey’s premier antique and fine art auctioneers

SPRING ANTIQUES AND FINE ART AUCTION Silver; Jewellery; Gold; Oriental porcelain and works of art; 18th century and later Furniture; Garden and Architectural; Oil Paintings, Water-colours and Prints; Contemporary Art; 20th Century Design; Film, Music and Sporting Memorabilia; Costume and Fashion & Textiles; Clocks and Watches; Wine; Books; Pottery Porcelain and Glass; Works of Art; Militaria and Medals, Toys and Dolls, Eastern Rugs. SALE: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 20th, 21st and 22nd March 2013 at 10.30 am

VIEWING: Saturday 16th March 10.00 am–2.00 pm Monday 18th March 10.00 am–5 00 pm Tuesday 19th March 10.00 am–8.00 pm And Mornings of Sale 9.30-10.00 am For the fully illustrated catalogue and Registration for Live internet bidding go to www.ewbankauctions.co.uk The Burnt Common Auction Rooms London Road, Send, Surrey GU23 7LN

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INFORMATION FOR BUYERS 1

Introduction. The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand.

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Agency. As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your primary contract is with the seller.

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Estimates. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive.

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Buyers Premium. The Conditions of Sale oblige buyers to pay a buyer’s premium at 25.2% inclusive of VAT on the hammer price of each lot purchased.

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VAT. (†) indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate (presently 20%) on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer’s premium. 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. The double symbol (**) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and the present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of VAT (5%) on the gross lot price (i.e. both the hammer price and the buyer’s premium). Lots which appear without either of the above symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is not recoverable as input tax.

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Conditions of lots. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Intending buyers have ample opportunity form inspection of goods and neither the seller nor we as the auctioneers accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in specified circumstances lots mis-described because they are ‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 2 week limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale).

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Condition reports. We may be able to assist buyers unable to view by providing a condition report, but these reports are based solely on our own opinion and are for guidance only and no responsibility is accepted for their accuracy. Intending buyers are strongly encouraged to view. (Please see our Conditions of Sale). All sizes are approximate.

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Export of goods. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help.

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Bidding. Bidders may be required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of identification may be required if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone bidding.

10 Commission bidding. Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers’ premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or Email. 11 Methods of Payment. As a general rule any cheques tendered will need to be cleared before removal of the goods is permitted. Please discuss with our Office in advance of the sale if other methods of payment are envisaged (except cash). We accept card payments provided that your registered address is the same as the card address. There is a surcharge of 2.5% plus VAT on credit cards but no charge on debit cards. 12 Collection and storage. Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying storage charges which are currently set at £5 plus VAT per lot per day.

EXPLANATION OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of representation of fact. The Auctioneers reserve the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or authority considered by them to be reliable. The forename(s) and surname of the artist: In our opinion a work by the artist. The initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist: In our opinion a work of the period of the artist which may be wholly or in part his work. The surname only of the artist: In our opinion a work of the school or by one of the followers of the artist or in his style and of uncertain date. English School’, ‘Italian School’: etc: In our opinion a work executed at a later date that the style may suggest. Signed’: Has a signature which in our opinion is a recognised signature. Dated’: Is so dated and in our opinion was executed at that date. The term ‘bears’ a signature and/or date and/or an inscription: Means that in our opinion the artist’s name and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand. Measurements: Height precedes width.

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There will be an addendum for late entries which will be available on the viewing days; all lots are posted with images on our web-site www.ewbankauctions.co.uk This sale is on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 20th, 21st and 22nd March commencing at 10.30 am SPRING ANTIQUE AND FINE ART AUCTION Commencing 10.30 am Wednesday 20th March

JEWELLERY 1

Bead necklace comprising a single row black stained 8mm- 9mm beads strung as an endless row necklace. Length approx 130cm. £50-80

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Solitaire diamond ring comprising a single brilliant cut diamond (estimated weight 0.50cts) claw set in in white on a gold shank stamped “18ct Plat”. Ring size I. £350-450

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Pearl and diamond ring containing a single pearl (untested) and a single diamond on a plain unhallmarked gold twist style shank. Ring size “H” £80-120

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Diamond full band ring comprising a plain gold unhallmarked band set throughout with small round diamonds. Gross weight 3grams. Ring size “H”. £80-120

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Sapphire and diamond three stone ring comprising an oval sapphire flanked by two round cut diamonds all claw set on a hallmarked 18ct. twist style shank. Ring size “I”. £150-250

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Gold necklace composed of textured flat curb links and hallmarked 9ct. gold. Length approx 24cm. Weight 49.2grams £400-500 See Illustration.

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Gold Rotary bracelet watch set with small diamonds together with a plaited style gold necklace stamped “375” £100-200

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Ingot pendant comprising a hallmarked 9ct. gold textured ingot pendant on rope style chain stamped 9ct. Gross weight 41.5grams £250-350

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Gold floral pendant comprising a seven sided 9 ct gold panel with an applied diamond set flowerhead motif with a gold neckchain stamped 9ct.. Gross weight 11.7grams £100-150

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Floral brooch circular unhallmarked in naturalistic style set with small seed pearls £40-80

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Late Victorian three stone opal and rose cut diamond ring, claw set in a carved mount to a plain shank stamped 18ct. Ring size K. £350-450

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Diamond three stone ring comprising three graduating size brilliant cut diamond (estimated total weight 0.39cts) all collar set in hallmarked 18ct yellow and white gold. Ring size I1/2 £400-500 See Illustration. 13

Three stone diamond ring comprising three graduating size brilliant cut diamonds, claw set in white, flanked by diamond set shoulders on a plain shank stamped 18ct. and Plat. Ring size “M”. £80-120

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Solitaire diamond ring comprising a single brilliant cut diamond (estimated weight approximately 0.39cts) four claw set in white on a plain hallmarked 18ct. white gold shank. Ring size “H” £250-350

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18 ct yellow and white gold rope style chatelaine chain with retainer and tassel ends. Length approximately 100cm £2,000-3,000 See Illustration. 22

Gold Collar Necklace comprising two brick link strands with an attached bow and tassel motif on a box style clasp. stamped 750. Approximate length 40cm. Gross weight approximately 34.5grams £800-1,200 See Illustration.

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9ct gold bracelet with heart locket clasp and five assorted charms £400-600 See Illustration. 16

Two stone-set gold signet rings comprising solitaire ruby and a carved hemmatite (2) £400-600

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Diamond cluster ring comprising a centre round brilliant cut diamond with a circular bezel set with small diamonds, stamped Plat and 18 carat ring size M £400-500 See Illustration. 18

Late Victorian diamond and half pearl (untested) 18ct gold ring, ring size N £350-550

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Antique diamond and sapphire brooch comprising an oval untested sapphire measuring approx. 11mm x 8.5mm collar set within a diamond set ribbon a floral motif mount.. £200-300

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9ct gold curb link chain with heart clasp 35 grams £350-450 See Illustration. 20 4


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9ct gold bracelet with heart shaped padlock, 50 grams £600-1,000

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Two brooches comprising a plain gold brooch inscribed ‘Baby’ and a citrine bar brooch £40-80

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Gold sovereign - 1903

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Opal and diamond cluster ring containing an oval cabochon opal surrounded by small round cut diamonds on a plain unhallmarked gold shank. Ring size approx. “P”. Gross weight approx. 2.7grams £100-200

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Two pairs of graduated cultured pearl necklaces, one with a central pearl medallion. £60-80

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Louis XVI late rectangular Verre- Eglomise gold snuff box by Toussaint-François Pillieux (fl. 1786-1806) marked Paris 1789 later struck with two post-1838 French provincial restricted warranty marks for gold, the miniatures by Viller, signed on the cover and base. decorated with scenes from classical history all etched on a gold ground against a slate blue background, within reeded gold mounts, gross weight 117.8 Provenance; Provenance consigned from a private collector. one of four in the sale, sold Christies London King street Important Portrait Miniatures and Gold Boxes sale 28th November 2006 £5,000-8,000 See Illustration.

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Late 18th century Swiss oval gold and blue enamelled snuff box the cover decorated en grisaille with a scene depicting two maidens before Minerva in a capriccio landscape, surround by multiple borders the four side pilasters engraved with gold urns, gross weight 121.6 PROVENANCE consigned from a private collector. One of four in the sale, previously purchased Christie’s, Geneva, 19 November 1997, lot 237. and by the present vendor at Christies London King street Important Portrait Miniatures and Gold Boxes sale 27th November 2007. 3½in. (8cm) £8,000-12,000 See Illustration. 30

Late 18th century Swiss oval gold and blue enamelled snuff box cover and base monogramed F J . The top further painted en grisaille with a scene depicting a romantic couple seated in a rural landscape with two doves, surrounded by gold an interlocking styalised floral border, gross weight 124 grams PROVENANCE: Consigned from a private collector one of four in the sale, 3¼in. (8cm) £8,000-12,000 See Illustration. 31

Late 18th century Swiss oval gold and blue enamelled snuff box the cover stamped F J, outer rim with band of white enamel, reeded side pilasters with Corinthian finials gross weight 139 grams PROVENANCE; Consigned from a private collector. One of four in the sale, 4in. (10cm) £5,000-6,000 See Illustration.

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Pearl pendant tassel style ear-rings length approximately 7cm. £100-200

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Art deco Sapphire and diamond bracelet comprising a cushion shape untested sapphire flanked by two uniform size Edwardian brilliant cut diamonds (estimated weights approximately 1ct and 1.15cts) in a diamond set articulated lozenge shape motif with a white gold adjustable mesh style strap stamped 9ct. £2,000-3,000 See Illustration. 33

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Curb Link Necklace stamped 18ct. Length 55cm. Weight 77.3grams £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 37

Diamond Brooch comprising a graduating size diamond set bar and two graduating size diamond set tassles in a negligee style (estimated total diamond weight approximately 4cts) all collar set in unhallmarked white gold. Length of longest tassel approximately 3cm. £3,000-4,000 See Illustration. 35

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Fan style diamond set brooch comprising graduating rows of old cut collet set diamonds together with knife-edge pearl and diamond set pendants. £500-700 See Illustration. 39

Edwardian garland style pearl necklace comprising petal and leaf motifs all in gold stamped 9ct. Length approximately 36cm. £300-500 See Illustration.

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19th portrait miniature in oval frame of a lady with an enamel blue and white surround with a 9ct gold back. 1in. (3cm) £150-250

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Gentlemen’s ruby and diamond dress set comprising Edwardian / 1920s circular diamond and calibre set ruby cuff-links with a pair of matching studs all in yellow and white untested metal together with original leather case £450-550 See Illustration.

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Diamond Set Brooch comprising three graduating size Edwardian brilliant cut diamonds (estimated total weight approximately 2cts.) All in a diamond set pierced style plaque brooch of unhallmarked white gold. Length approximately 5cm. ÂŁ1,500-2,000 See Illustration. 41

Diamond set target style brooch comprising a centre diamond of approximately 0.45cts. surrounded by concentric circles of Victorian cut diamonds all collet set in unhallmarked gold and silver. Diameter 3.5cm ÂŁ800-1,200 See Illustration. 39

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Ruby and diamond bar brooch comprising graduating size round cut rubies and diamonds all claw set in unhallmarked yellow and white gold. Length 3.5cm. ÂŁ350-450 See Illustration.

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Shell cameo brooch depicting the profile of a classical lady mounted in a hallmarked 9ct. gold frame. Circa 1952 £80-120

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Two rings comprising a solitaire diamond ring with stepped shoulders stamped 18ct. and Plat, ring size “M” together with a hallmarked 9ct. gold white stone signet ring, finger size “Q” £100-200

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Art Nouveau style pendant set with oval amethyst and a small pearl, stamped 9ct . Length approximately 4cm. Together with original case £150-250

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Small collection of gold chains and other costume jewellery £60-100

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Diamond solitaire ring containing a single brilliant cut diamond (estimated weight 0.25cts) set in a yellow and white mount stamped 18ct & Pt. Ring size “N”. £60-100

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Three coloured gold tie clip, marked ‘750’, 7.5g, £150-250

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Sapphire and diamond necklace with earrings a complicated entwined oriental style necklace with matching earrings, set throughout with small round cut diamonds and containing sapphire and diamond clusters all in white gold stamped 14K. and signed by the retailer “Fancy”. The attached original sales tickets describes “Dia 6.69, Sap. 5.98 and 48.10g” £1,500-2,500

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Victorian gold sovereign 1900

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Sapphire and diamond ring in yellow metal mount, a garnet cluster ring set in 9ct gold mount and a dress ring set with brown stone £60-100

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Ruby Bangle comprising round cut rubies set in a half hoop formation all in plain unhallmarked gold. £80-120

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Diamond set petal style brooch set with a single brilliant cut diamond (estimated weight approximately 0.35cts.) and diamond set stamens (some stones missing). All in unhallmarked gold. Diameter 3.4cm. Gross weight 8.2grams. £350-450 See Illustration. 44

Gentleman’s signet ring with an applied letter “S” on a black background in an hexagonal cartouche bordered by three round cut diamonds all in a heavy gold mount stamped 10K and inscribed “G.wilson”. Finger size “X”. Gross weight 19.6grams £200-300 See Illustration. 45

Gilt metal hinged bangle decorated with flowers £50-80

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Two stone diamond ring comprising two uniform size round brilliant cut diamonds (estimated total weight 0.75cts) both claw set in a crossover mount stamped 18ct.. Finger size “N” £300-500 See Illustration.

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Franklin Mint Proof coin Sets to include British Virgin Islands 1975, Trinidad and Tobago 1975, coinage of Belize 1974 Commonwealth of the Bahamas 1976, first National coinage of Barbados, National coinage Of Guyana 1976, together with a 1977 Panama 20 Balboa coin and other commemorative coin sets £100-150

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United Kingdom Proof coin collection 1984, together with commemorative Presentation coin sets and First Day Covers to include The first decimal coinage of The Gambia 1971,the decimal coinage of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 1971, coinage for Central Bank of Yemen 1974, Commonwealth of the Bahamas 1978 $10 coin £100-150

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9ct gold Omega deville gentleman’s wristwatch Gross weight 52 grams £500-800 See Illustration. 65 58

Victorian half sovereign set into 9ct gold bracelet Weight 18 grams £200-300

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Diamond Bracelet composed of a line of articulated links each set with three small diamonds all in gold stamped 14K. Length 18cm £350-450 See Illustration. 58

Diamond line bracelet comprising a line of princess cut diamonds box set in hallmarked 18ct. white gold. Length 18.5 cm. £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 59

Gemstone bracelet comprising a line of oblong links set with diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds. All in gold stamped 14K. Length 18cm. £250-350

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Diamond hoop earrings comprising wrap over style hoop earrings set with pave diamonds all in gold stamped 750. Gross weight 10.2 grams. £350-450 See Illustration. 61

Franklin Mint Proof sets to include National Coinage of Guyana 1976, Jamaica 1976, Republic Of Malta 1976 , Republic Of Panama 1975 and Republic Of The Philippines 1975 £100-150 64 9


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9ct gold Charm bracelet with 10 charms some marked 9ct gold Total gross weight 28 grams £250-350

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Fox mask brooch all in unhallmarked Victorian gold mounted on a bar. Length approx. 4.8cm. Gross weight 7grams. £150-200

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9ct white gold pendant in the form of a snowflake set with seven diamonds on white metal chain stamped 750 Weight 10 grams £100-200

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Gold chain cufflinks with four cushion shape engine turned faces stamped “C&F” 18ct.. Weight approx. 10.4grams £200-300

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9ct Gold chain with yellow metal pendant in the form of Nefertiti weight 7 grams £60-100

Pearl and diamond ring comprising three bands set with untested pearls and small rose cut diamonds. All in unhallmarked gold. Ring size “M”. £80-120

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Yellow metal fancy link bracelet stamped 9ct weight 9 grams £80-120

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Zircon brooch comprising an oval cut blue zircon on a plain white bar stamped 18ct. Length 6.5cm. Gross weight approx. 4grams. Together with an untested cultured pearl bar brooch stamped 9ct.. Length approx. 6cm. £150-200

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Two seed pearl brooches comprising a fleur de lys set with untested split pearls in a gold mount stamped 14k and a twist style bar brooch with a seed pearl shamrock motif and stamped 15ct. £80-120

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Gold bangle with engine turned pattern on unhallmarked gold. Diameter approx 6.5cm. Gross weight approx. 5.5grams. £80-120

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Jade ring and earrings comprising untested carved jade ring and earrings in gold stamped 9ct.. Ring size “N”. £80-120

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9 ct gold necklace with yellow metal oval locket pendant weight 13 grams £120-180

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Italian yellow metal chain stamped 9kt and a yellow metal pendant stamped 9ct weight 10 grams £80-120

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Diamond cluster ring on yellow metal shank £60-80

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9ct gold ring in the form of a belt, with two yellow metal pendants in the form of cruise ships, another in the form of a mountain White metal brooch, a pair of earrings and a silver plated jewellery box £100-200

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Sapphire and diamond cluster ring all set in white gold stamped 18K. Ring size “N” £150-250

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Shell cameo brooch. An oval shell cameo brooch depicting the profile of a classical lady set in an untested unhallmarked Victorian gold frame measuring 4.8cm x 3.65cm £200-300

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George V silver belt buckle with pierced decoration 2ozs £30-50

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9ct gold signet ring and four gem set rings £80-120

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9ct gold bracelet 10g

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Opal and diamond pendant comprising an oblong tablet shape opal claw set and surmounted by millgrain set diamonds as an Edwardian style pendant from a gold and diamond frame stamped 9ct. together with a gold trace link necklace. £350-450

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Late Victorian fob chain stamped 9ct.. Weight 21.9 grams. Length 42cm £150-200

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French poodle brooch with ruby eyes and a trace link collar chain. All in textured hallmarked 18ct. gold. Length approx 2.75cm. Weight approx. 13.5grams. £250-350

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RAF “sweetheart” brooch set with white stones and stamped 9ct. Length approx 5cm. Gross weight approx. 3.3grams. Inscribed “A.U 31.5.40” £120-180

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Mixed items of jewellery including a crucifix pendant, agate dirk brooch, ivory brooch, and two pen knives. £80-120

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Lapis coloured string of stone beads, hand knotted 62in. (157cm) £50-100

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Maltese white metal filigree box with enamel decoration 3.5” square £30-50

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Early 20th century French white metal chatelaine with watch pendant £30-50

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Early Twentieth century yellow metal stick pin set with a white stone and another £30-50

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Three rings comprising a solitaire white stone ring, a hallmarked 9ct. gold untested cultured pearl ring and marcasite band ring. £40-60

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A collection of German, Polish and European banknotes £30-50

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Gold collar style necklace composed of graduating twisted cable links of hallmarked 18ct. gold. Length approx. 45cm. Weight approx. 46 grams. £800-1,000 See Illustration.

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Ruby and diamond late Victorian ring in an entwined serpent style hallmarked 18ct. gold circa 1870. Finger size “N”. Gross weight approx 11grams £250-350

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Solitaire diamond ring collet set in a “target” style and stamped 18ct. Ring size “P” £80-120

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Solitaire diamond ring with decorated shoulders, estimated diamond weight approximately 0.40cts claw set in white on a plain hallmarked 22ct. gold shank. Ring size “P”. £150-200

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Gold charm bracelet comprising a fetter link bracelet stamped 750 with attached assorted charms. Gross weight approx 33grams. £300-400

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Gold necklace with three small pendants attached including an anchor, all on a trace link neckchain stamped 750. Length approx 70cm. Gross weight approx. 6grams £100-150

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Two pendants comprising gold leaf covered shell and gold mounted crystals of amethyst (all untested) £40-60

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Diamond set nugget pendant A molten textured pendant of unhallmarked gold, measuring approx. 3.65cm x 3cm and set with untested white stones as a pendant on a flat curb link necklace of unhallmarked gold. Length approx 80cm. Gross weight approx. 102 grams. £400-600

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Diamond flowerhead cluster ring comprising seven brilliant cut diamonds all claw set in white on a plain hallmarked 18ct. gold shank. (estimated total diamond weight approx. 1.75cts.). Ring size “J”. £700-1,000 See Illustration. 109

Sapphire and diamond cluster ring comprising a number of round cut untested sapphires interspersed with small diamonds all claw set in an abstract cluster style on a hallmarked 18ct. gold shank. Ring size “K” £300-500

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Gold bracelet comprising “track” style links stamped 750 with a concealed box snap. Length approx. 20cm. Weight approx. 22.4grams. £350-450 See Illustration. 99

Fashion jewellery brooch and earrings in the form of a styalised orchid set with white stones and inscribed “Ermani Bulatti” £40-80

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Two gold signet rings one hallmarked 9ct. gold the other hallmarked 18ct. Gross weight approx. 13grams. £150-200

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Fringe style collar necklace composed of hallmarked 9ct. yellow, rose and white gold textured links with concealed box clasp. Length approx 45cm. Weight approx. 30grams. £250-350

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Diamond cluster ring in platinum and yellow gold mount estimated diamond weight 1.58ct £700-900 See Illustration. 119

Diamond cluster ring in platinum mount est. diamond weight 1.20ct £700-900 See Illustration. 120

Wide diamond band ring comprising two lattice work style diamond set full eternity bands in unhallmarked white gold. Ring size “M” (centre). Gross weight 15.1grams £600-800 See Illustration.

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Brooch and diamond ring Unhallmarked gold bar style brooch set with five untested pearls together with a three stone diamond ring. £80-120

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Ruby and pearl Ring A ruby and untested pearl ring claw set in a carved unhallmarked gold mount. Ring size “Q”. £200-300

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Diamond stylised butterfly pendant comprising tapering baguette cut diamonds calibre set as an open winged butterfly all in unhallmarked white gold on a trace link neckchain of hallmarked 18ct. white gold. Length approx. 46cm. Gross weight 8.2grams. £500-800 See Illustration. 111

A long row of jet beads; and a jet choker £50-80

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Edward VII gold half sovereign, 1909 £100-120

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Three American silver dollars two dated 1885 and another 1898 £100-200

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Gold and five stone diamond ring set on a yellow metal shank £300-500

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Two gold items comprising a hallmarked 9ct. gold and enamel articulated clown pendant on 9ct. gold neckchain (gross weight approx 13grams) together with a hallmarked 9ct. gold scarf pin in the form of Concord (approx. 4grams) £150-250

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Heavy domed shape dress ring all in textured gold and hallmarked 18ct. Ring size “O”. Weight approx. 14grams. £250-350

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Mixed Items of Gold Jewellery, including a 9ct. gold curb link heart locket bracelet, a pair of 9ct. gold cufflinks, Victorian brooch, Plain gold pendant cross, heart pendant, three rings and a pair of damaged drop earrings. £250-350

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Solitaire diamond ring comprising a single brilliant cut diamond (estimated weight approx. 0.70cts.) claw set and flanked by emerald set shoulders. On a white shank stamped plat. Ring size “N” £600-800

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9ct gold double curb link bracelet with 9ct gold padlock, weight 35 grams £300-500

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Amethyst set gold bracelet Hallmarked 9ct. gold gate link bracelet set with cabochon amethysts. Length approx. 19cm. Gross weight approx. 20grams £300-500

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9ct white gold pendant in the form of a snowflake set with seven diamonds on white metal chain stamped 750 weight 10 grams £100-200

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Diamond set Latin cross as a pendant comprising eleven uniform size round brilliant cut diamonds, all claw set in un-hallmarked white gold testing as 18ct. Estimated total weight of diamonds 1.76 carats, with quality assessed as colour H/I and clarity VS2 - SI1 £1,300-1,800

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Sapphire and diamond ring together with a 22ct gold wedding band 6 grams £100-200

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Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust ladies watch £100-200

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Collection of watchmaking tools and watch parts £80-120

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Gentleman’s Omega gold watch with leather strap £200-300

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Gentleman’s Omega Seamaster stainless steel wristwatch £80-120

A gentleman’s Rolex wristwatch in platinum. Model Cellini Cellinium, ref. 5240. Mechanical movement with manual winding. Light mother of pearl dial with white gold dauphine hands and combined baton and Arabic hour markers. Original black Rolex alligator strap with C-buckle of platinum. Case diameter app. 35 mm. App. 2001. £4,000-5,000 See Illustration.

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Yellow metal gentleman’s wrist watch on later strap (not gold) and two ladies gold plated wrist watches £30-50

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Dress fob watch in 18ct. gold case

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Ladys “International” bracelet watch with square dial inscribed on back with Milanese textured tapering hallmarked 18ct. gold bracelet. Length approx 15cm. Gross weight approx. 22.5grams £200-300

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Tissot ladies 9ct gold watch gross weight 18 gram £150-250

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18ct gold American Waltham pocket watch. Enamelled dial and subsidiary second dial 0.09in. (0cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 13


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Ladies dress half hunter style pendant watch with an inscribed locket back and an 18ct. gold case together with a rope style untested gold neckchain. Length approx. 138cm. £80-120

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Waltham gold plated pocket watch on plated chain with a Victorian gold half sovereign, £120-180

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Dennison gold plated pocket watch

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Five mixed watches comprising three pocket watches, two wrist watches and a silver fob. £40-60

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Lady’s 9ct gold wrist watch, on expanding bracelet stamped 9ct. £40-60

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Elgin half-hunter gold plated pocket watch together with a gold curblink fob chain stamped 9ct on the links with attached T- bar and swivel snaps. Length approx. 36cm. Weight approx. 30grams £150-250

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Elgin half-hunter gold plated inscribed pocket watch together with a gold dress fob chain stamped 9ct. and attached 9ct. gold hallmarked fob, T- bar and swivel links. Length approx. 38cm. Weight 42grams. £250-350

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Asprey ‘Vertex’ 9ct gold half-hunter pocket watch, in fitted case £250-350 See Illustration. 148

Ladys square faced back wind Jaeger Le Coultre cocktail watch with attached Art Deco style double strand serpentine link bracelet all in unhallmarked gold showing a possible indistinct provincial mark and testing as 18ct. (case has not been opened) Length approx. 16.8cm. Gross weight 37.8grams £400-500 See Illustration.

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Stainless steel gentleman wristwatch, by Garrard £50-100

150

Late Victorian silver cased pocket watch on silver chain, by Josh Johnson, London, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, cased marked for Birmingham, 1897 £100-200

151

Edward VII silver cased pocket watch, by John Walker 77 Cornhill, London, dial marked ‘Natal Government Railways’, movement signed and numbered ‘9327’ £100-150


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Silver plated sugar bowl and stand, the base of both pieces marked ALPAKA 241, also with impressed marks. Showing an insignia of an eagle facing to the left, above a swastika with DR for Deutsche Reichsbahn; and a dinner knife with the same insignia. Marked with an impressed locomotive B mark for Berndorf. Possibly from Hermann Goering’s train, items from Goering’s dining car were numbered 243. £300-350

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Silver plated oval tray 22in. (56cm)

166

Selection of silver plate to include a teapot, kettle stand burner, oval dish, rectangular, dish, crumb scoop, six pairs of asparagus tongs, two cruet stands and other items £60-100

167

Glass hip flask in leather holder with silver plated cup £30-50

168

Silver plated oval twin handled tray 20 x 32in. (51 x 81cm) £80-120

169

Silver plate comprising cruet set on stand, three branch candelabra and two candlesticks £50-80

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Horn handled nineteenth century carving set £30-50

153

Silver plated canteen of cutlery in an oak case £150-250

154

Late twentieth century London set of six silver plated vases, 7” or 3.5” tall made for Asprey In the form of open necked sacks two large and four small Original boxes £150-250

155

Early 20th century Oak cased canteen of cutlery setting for twelve case with two drawers on square legs £100-200

156

Elkington plate oval dome top breakfast warmer, monogrammed on Art Nouveau leg supports. 8in. (20cm) £30-50

157

Silver plate to include Walker and Hall oval entree dish and cover and Mappin and Webb oval fruit bowl with swing handle £40-60

158

Silver plate to include James Dixon & Sons teapot, cocktail shaker, sugar caster, oval biscuit barrel £50-80

159

A Mappin & Webb canteen of cutlery in an oak case 7 x 15½ x 12in. (18 x 38 x 30cm) £40-60

160

A collection of silver plated plates and dishes (22) £30-50

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Late Victorian silver three piece matched tea service, comprising tea pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, with half gadrooned body, tea pot by Jenkins & Timm, cream jug and sugar bowl by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1899, gross weight 25oz £300-400

A collection of silver and plated items, including a silver part dressing table set and silver matchbox holder two silver plated entree dishes, a silver plated ice bucket, a silver plated revolving butter dish, and various other items of silver plate. £60-80

171

Small collection of continental silver including a wine coaster £70-100

172

Modern silver octagonal salver, on four feet, by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield, 1960, 22oz, 10in. (25cm) £250-350

162

A large silver plated tray by Elkington & Co decorated with vines and grapes, 26” x 17” and two other silver plated trays. £30-50

173

Pair of Victorian silver squat form candlesticks on circular bases, by Charles Stuart Harris London 1886, (loaded) 4in. (10cm) £100-150

163

Small selection of silver plated cutlery to include WMF, a small hinged ring and boxed teaspoons £40-60

174

Set of six Victorian silver fiddle pattern table forks and six matching dessert forks, various dates and makers, and a silver mustard pot and spoon, 26oz £300-500

175

George V silver three piece tea service, of shaped rectangular form on scroll feet, by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1927, 38oz gross weight £400-600

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Victorian silver oil lamp, of Corinthian column form with cut glass reservoir, Sheffield, 1893, 31in. (79cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 177

Pair of George VI silver candlesticks, with knopped stems on shaped bases, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1937, loaded 8in. (20cm) £100-200

178

Pair of Edward VII silver candlesticks, on beaded square bases, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London, 1903, loaded 5in. (13cm) £50-70

179

Edward VII silver tea canister and cover, with engraved decoration, Chester, 1908, 3oz, £25-40

180

George VI silver backed dressing table set, Birmingham, 1937 £25-35

181

George V silver cigarette box, by Walker and Hall Birmingham 1919 7in. (18cm) £25-35

182

Late Victorian silver table lamp of Corinthian column form, by Mappin Brothers, Sheffield, 1900, 19in. (48cm) £100-200

183

George V silver novelty pin cushion in the form of a shoe, Chester, 1912 £40-60

184

Pair of modern silver wine coasters, by Garrard & Co., London, 1977, 6¾in. (15cm) £150-250

185

George III oval silver waiter, with gadrooned rim, maker’s mark ‘SH’, London, 1807, 6in. (15cm) £150-250

186

Pair of late Victorian silver pierced bonbon dishes, with scroll decoration, London, 1894, 3.5oz £40-60

187

Small collection of silver items comprising, cigarette case, small rectangular box, two vestas, pepper shaker, silver and cut glass sugar castor, two small circular picture frames, and a small rectangular silver tray £200-300

188

Victorian silver urn shaped teapot with hinged cover, with embossed and bright cut decoration, pineapple finial, on round foot base, by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1875, 24ozs gross weight, 9in. (23cm) £300-500

189

Victorian silver twin handled vase, with engraved scrolling and lattice, London, 1863, 10oz, 4½in. (10cm) £120-180

190

George V silver three piece tea service, makers mark indistinct. Birmingham 1918, total gross weight 25oz £200-400

191

Modern canteen of Queen’s pattern silver cutlery for eight, comprising table forks, dessert forks, four serving spoons, dinner knives, dessert knives, fruit knives, cheese knife, dessert spoons, soup spoons, tea spoons, and eight non-matching napkin rings, by United Cutlers, Sheffield, 1993/94, weighable silver 109oz £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 192

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Edward VII silver cigarette box, Birmingham, 1908 £150-250


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Modern silver wine coaster, by Broadway & Co., Birmingham, 1994, silver tie clip, two modern clips, maker’s mark ‘DT’, pearl and silver tie pin, cocktail twizzle stick, cigar and cutter, £100-150

194

George V five piece silver tea service comprising an octagonal two handled tray, a teapot, a hot water jug, a two handled sugar bowl and cover and a cream jug, with cut card decoration, and ivory handles and knobs, London, 1932, the tray Sheffield 1930, the tray 18.5”, by Edward Barnard and Sons, gross weight 170 ozs £3,500-4,000 See Illustration. 195

George II silver twin-handled silver gilt spout cup and cover, with twin scrolling handles, on round foot, by David Willaume II, London, 1735, 14.5oz. Non matching cover. £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 196

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Edward VII silver teapot, with half gadrooned body, on oval foot, London, 1908, 20oz gross weight £200-300

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Modern canteen of silver rat-tail pattern cutlery for eight, comprising dinner forks, dessert forks, tea spoons, dinner knives, fruit knives, four tablespoons, dessert spoons and soup spoons, by R. Carr Ltd., Sheffield, 1994, 91oz, Weighable silver excluding knives £1,200-1,500 See Illustration. 198

George V silver mounted desk calendar, Birmingham, 1927 £20-30

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Modern silver figural group of two hedgehogs, maker’s mark ‘CA’, Birmingham ,1995 £25-40

200

Pair of George V silver and blue enamelled candlesticks, on tapering columns and round feet, maker’s mark ‘A.J.P. & C’, Birmingham, 1911, (loaded), 8¼in. (20cm) £100-150

201

George VI silver strut photograph frame, with gadrooned border, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, probably 1936, 13 x 12in. (33 x 30cm) £80-120

202

George VI silver bowl by Liberty & Co., with a single band of floral decoration, numbered 50366, Birmingham, 1939, 3.5oz, 4” diameter £50-80

203

Matched set of six Edward VII/ George V silver golf themed teaspoons, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1908, 1910, 1914 and 1915, 3oz, £50-80

204

Edward VII silver mounted glass inkwell, on heavy square base, London, 1906, 4in. (10cm) £30-50

205

Late Victorian miniature silver horn by Samuel Morden & Co., London, 1896, 1.5oz, 12” long, £100-150

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George VI silver table lighter by Asprey & Co. Ltd., in the form of an Aladdin’s lamp, on oval base, Birmingham, 1937, gross weight 3oz, £60-80

207

George V silver letter opener by Samuel Morden & Co., the terminal in the form of a hatching chick, Chester, 1913, 4.75” long £60-80

208

Edward VII silver seal by Samuel Morden & Co., in the form of a cockerel, Chester, 1907, £60-80

209

Late Victorian silver and glass double cup hip flask, with twin silver cups and cover, probably by Thomas Whitehouse, London, 1896, 4¼in. (10cm) £80-120

210

George V silver letter opener by Asprey & Co. Ltd., with pierced decoration of birds in flight, (in fitted case), London, 1911, 3oz, 11” long £80-120

211

George III silver decanter label, ‘Bucellas’, maker’s mark ‘TR’ £30-50

212

George III silver decanter label, ‘Brandy’, maker’s mark ‘EM’, probably 1805 £20-30

213

Victorian silver decanter label, ‘Whiskey’, maker’s mark ‘TE’, London, 1839 £20-30

214

Edward VII silver scent bottle holder, of two sections with hammered decoration, by Grey & Co., London, 1902, 1.5oz £30-50

215

George V silver caddy spoon, by A. E. Jones, Birmingham, 1933, 1oz £25-35

216

Irish modern silver caddy spoon, the terminal with Celtic rope design, maker’s mark ‘O’C’, Dublin, 1973, 1oz £30-50


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George III silver caddy spoon, in the form of a coal scoop, maker’s mark ‘E.M’, London, 1810, £30-50

233

Pair of George VI silver pierced oval bonbon dishes, by Atkin Bros., Sheffield, 1938, 1.5oz, £30-50

218

Corkscrew with Sterling silver cover in the form of a key, maker’s mark ‘R B Co.,’ 3.75” long £30-50

234

George V silver and blue enamelled vesta case, with liver bird decoration, by Oldfields Ltd.,’ Birmingham, 1911 £50-80

219

Edward VII silver porringer, with embossed decoration and twin bear head and scroll handles, by Marston & Bayliss, Birmingham, 1904, 5oz, £60-80

235

George V silver vesta case, inset with a compass, by H. V. Pithey & Co., Chester, 1913 £40-60

236

Victorian silver and enamelled vesta case, enamelled with ‘A match for you any time’, Birmingham, 1887 £30-50

237

Pair of George III Scottish silver sauce ladles, 1.5oz £40-60

238

Continental white metal model of a boat, on oval ebonised stand £25-35

239

Middle Eastern silver mounted horn in the form of a whale, 17.5” long £40-60

240

Continental silver snuff box in the form of a swan, with red stone eyes and hinged base, maker’s mark ‘LL’, import marks for London, 1890 £150-250

241

Continental silver snuff box in the form of a hat, decorated with a geisha and flowers, maker’s mark ‘DB’, import marks for London, 1896, £80-120

242

Pair of Edward VII miniature silver chamber sticks, by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings Shepherd, Chester, 1903, £50-80

243

Pair of George VI silver pierced bonbon dishes, in the form of Quaiches, by Syner Beddoes, Birmingham, 1938, 2oz £40-60

244

George III silver caddy spoon, London, 1807, £30-50

220

Horn and Scottish silver mounted snuff mull, with thistle decoration, 2½in. (5cm) £80-120

221

Silver and tortoiseshell oval snuff box, possibly George III, the cover decorated with a bird attacking a serpent, 3¼in. (8cm) £50-80

222

Silver coloured metal mounted cowrie shell snuff box, the hinged cover decorated with a young woman, 3in. (8cm) £80-120

223

Pair of George III silver fiddle pattern sauce ladles, maker’s mark ‘W.E’, London, 1818, 3oz, £50-80

224

Set of six George V silver sandwich markers, by Adie Bros. Ltd., Birmingham, 1913 £80-120

225

Edward VII silver dish, with central embossed decoration of dogs, Birmingham, 1901, 1.5oz, £25-35

226

Pair of novelty Spanish silver pepperettes in the form of fish, with orange cabochon eyes, 3½in. (8cm) £40-60

227

Modern silver matchbox holder, with applied game bird decoration, by L.Links, marked ‘925’ import mark for Sheffield, 1995, 1oz £25-35

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Sterling silver combination pencil and ruler, 4” long £30-50 245

229

Edward VII silver cased mantel clock, with green and gold enamelled dial, on four bun feet, maker’s mark ‘H.G’, Birmingham, 1909, 4in. (10cm) £50-80

George IV silver ivory handled caddy spoon, with bright cut decoration, by Lawrence & Co., Birmingham, 1826 £30-50

246

Victorian silver and wicker mounted glass picnic flask, with armorial crest, London, 1846, 7in. (18cm) £100-150

William IV silver mother of pearl handled caddy spoon, by George Unite, Birmingham, 1832 £30-50

247

Set of twelve Sterling silver cocktail sticks, with cherry top finials, in fitted case £40-60

Set of six Spanish silver novelty name place holders, in the form of horses £60-80

248

George V silver novelty vase in the form of a hunting horn, by John Collyer Ltd., Birmingham, 1911, 5in. (13cm) £50-80

George V silver oval dressing table mirror, by William Deakin, Birmingham, 1913, 11 x 8in. (28 x 20cm) £60-80

249

Edward VII silver miniature mantel clock, the white enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, on ball feet, by Henry Bourne, Birmingham, 1905, £30-50

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Edward VII silver mounted coquilla nut match holder and strike, by James Samuel Bell & Louis Wilmott, London, 1908 £30-50

251

Victorian silver fiddle pattern sifter spoon, by John Stone, Exeter, 1859 £25-40

252

George III silver sifter spoon, with embossed floral decoration, by William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1802 £25-40

253

Art Deco silver mounted and mesh evening bag, maker’s mark ‘S. Ltd.’, import marks for Glasgow, 1923 £50-80

254

Pink guilloche enamelled and silver mounted boudoir clock, by Adie Bros Ltd., Birmingham, 1935 £80-120

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Continental silver bonbon dish in the form of a gondola, with embossed decoration of figures in a landscape, maker’s mark ‘JS’, import marks for London, 1899, 1.5oz £40-60

256

George V silver coin holder, by Charles S. Green & Co. Ltd., Birmingham, 1912, £80-120

257

Victorian silver double-ended glass scent bottle, with enamelled turquoise dot decoration, London, 1869 £50-80

258

Matched canteen of George III and later silver ‘Hourglass’ pattern cutlery, comprising, four serving spoons, nineteen dinner forks, sixteen dessert forks and nineteen dessert spoons, various dates and makers, 141oz £1,500-2,500

259

Victorian silver tea pot, with engraved decoration and floral finial, by Charles Thomas Fox & George Fox, London, 1845, gross weight 21oz, £250-350

260

George V set of six silver coffee spoons, Birmingham 1924, together with silver spoon and pusher, Birmingham 1932 and a set of six silver teaspoons and sugar nips, Sheffield 1915 and a mother of pearl spoon and pusher, all boxed. £40-60

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French silver Art Nouveau hand-mirror frame, with moulded water lily decoration £150-250

266

Victorian silver three piece tea service, of pumpkin form comprising tea pot, sugar bowl and cream jug, by Edward & John Barnard, and nonmatching sugar tongs, London, 1858, 38oz gross weight £500-800

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Victorian silver cream jug, of octagonal section, scroll handle on four scroll feet, London, 1847, 9oz £150-200

268

Continental silver dish with embossed cherub and scroll decoration, ‘800’ standard, 9” diameter £80-120

261

Aharon Bezalel, Israeli silver chess set the plain and patinated figures in modernist form, loaded £150-250

262

Modern silver miniature model of a hedgehog, London, 1990, miniature silver shoe and a napkin ring, 2.5oz £40-60

263

George V silver four piece dressing table set, two brushes, mirror, and a circular box and cover £30-50

270

Late Victorian silver hot water jug, with halfgadrooned body, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London, 1896, gross weight 19oz £250-350

264

Edward VII silver salver, with shaped and lobed border, on three scroll feet, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London, 1901, 20oz £250-350

271

George V silver sauce boat, London, 1915, two egg cups, small mug, sugar tongs and five tea spoons, 10oz £120-180

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George III silver candlestick by William Cafe, on knopped stem with shell decoration, London, 1766, 15oz, 8¼in. (20cm) £500-800 See Illustration.


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Pair of George III ‘Old English’ pattern silver tablespoons, London, 1797, 4oz £50-80

273

Edward VII silver tankard, with hinged cover, scroll handle on round foot, by James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler, London, 1904, 14oz, £200-250 See Illustration. 274

Pair of modern silver mounted and cut glass whisky noggins, with hinged covers, by Barker Bros. Ltd., Birmingham, 1963, and another similar by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1968, £120-180

275

Pair of modern silver candlesticks, with plain banded decoration, knopped stems on round feet, by Broadway & Co., Birmingham, 1963, (loaded), 4¾in. (10cm) £100-150

276

Pair of George V silver Quaichs, with beaded borders on round bases, by Adie Bros Ltd., Birmingham, 1929, 6oz £120-180

277

Pair of George IV silver knife rests, maker’s mark ‘WB’, London, 1824, 1oz, £40-60

278

Sterling silver overlaid scent bottle, with floral decoration, marked ‘Sterling 950’, 4½in. (10cm) £40-60

279

Pair of George II silver salts, of circular form each on three pad feet, maker’s mark ‘IW’, London, 1751, 3oz £60-100

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Two continental white metal spoons, with shaped bowls and floral terminals £30-50

281

Edward VII silver twin-handled bowl on round foot, inset with a coin, Birmingham, 1909, a silver backed brush, sauce ladle, pair of small pierced dishes, two salt spoons, claret label, pair of rectangular dishes, small circular dish and a Continental silver dish £200-300

282

Pair of Victorian silver salts, Sheffield, 1857, mustard pot, pepper pot and napkin ring, 9oz, £120-180

283

Five silver topped dressing table jars and bottles, various dates and marks £40-60

284

Edward VII silver six lobed bowl, with embossed floral decoration on three scrolling animal head supports, by Jay, Richard Attenborough & Co., Chester, 1903, 4oz £50-80

285

Edward VII silver christening mug, with halfgadrooned body, by Jay, Richard Attenborough & Co., Chester, 1904, 4oz £50-80

286

George V silver miniature trug, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1922, silver cigarette case, sugar tongs, salt, two spoons, two small dishes, silver topped dressing table jar, silver covered cigar cutter and three white metal shell shaped place card holders, weighable silver 8oz, £100-150

287

George VI Scottish silver salver, with a lobed and reeded border on three feet, Glasgow, 1944, 29oz £350-500 See Illustration. 288

Victorian silver waiter, with bands of decoration and beaded border on four ball and claw feet, by Daniel & Charles Houle, London, 1871, 11oz, £120-180

289

William IV silver vinaigrette, with pierced floral hinged inner cover, engine turned decoration, by Thomas Edwards, London, 1832, 1oz, 2in. (5cm) £150-250

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Modern silver snuff box, with scroll border and engine turned decoration, by S. J. Rose & Son, Birmingham, 1964, 1.5oz, 2in. (5cm) £80-120

291

Edward VII silver christening mug, by Mappin & Webb, London, 1906, and another christening mug by Adie Bros Ltd., Birmingham, 1946, 8oz, £80-120

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Modern silver dish with shaped border, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1961, silver vesta with the motto ‘Deus Dat Incrementum’, silver napkin ring, spoon and shovel, small circular box and cover, two silver topped dressing table jars, and a small oval continental silver box and cover, £80-120 George VI silver Royal Air Force cigarette case, with engine turned decoration, by Charles S. Green & Co., Birmingham, 1939, 5oz £60-100 Victorian silver miniature scent bottle holder decorated with a scene of two children scrumping apples, maker’s mark ‘SM’, London, 1882, 2in. (5cm) £80-120

295

George V silver dish, with pierced scroll decorated rim, raised on a round foot, Birmingham, 1920, 14oz, 9.5” diameter £180-220

296

George VI silver backed set of dressing table set, comprising, mirror, four brushes and a comb, with engine turned decoration, by S. J. Rose & Son, London, 1951 £60-100

299

Set of twelve Victorian silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1896, six more teaspoons, pierced trumpet vase with blue glass liner, child’s rattle and four napkin rings, 22oz £250-350

300

Edward VII blue and white enamelled silver box 1.25” diameter square rust coloured stone faced white metal square box 1.25” square and a an oval green stone faced white metal box 1.5” wide £80-120

301

George II silver pepperette, of baluster form, maker’s mark ‘IW’, London, 1757, 2oz £60-100

302

Continental silver and enamelled box bearing cupid picture import marks for London 1912 2½in. (5cm) £100-200

303

George V miniature silver tray, teapot and sugar bowl and a collection of silver and white metal items £60-80

304

Edward VII silver capstan inkwell, with hinged cover on round foot, by Asprey & Co., Birmingham, 1907, and a silver cigarette case with engine turned decoration £80-120

297

George V silver four piece tea service, with foliate decoration, comprising tea pot, hotwater jug, cream jug and sugar bowl, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1928, gross weight 57oz £800-1,200 See Illustration. 298

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George V silver cruet set, comprising salt, mustard pot, pepperette and two spoons, by E. J. Houlston, Birmingham, 1924, in fitted case, two sets of six teaspoons, wine coaster, teaspoon, and cake forks £80-120

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Modern silver novelty vesta in the form of a teddy bear, by David A. Bowles, London, 1991, 2¼in. (5cm) £100-200

312

George V silver fish servers with ivory handles, in fitted case, Sheffield 1914 £30-50

313

Danish silver galleon, h4.5”, Indian silver model of a basket, h2.75”, and a continental silver figure of a man, h2” £30-50

314

Pair of George V silver pierced lobed dishes, on round feet, by Britton, Gould & Co., Birmingham, 1934, 7.5oz £100-150

315

Edward VII silver octagonal tazza, with pierced rim and foot, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1905, 5.5oz £70-100

316

Victorian silver swing handled basket, with pierced and moulded decoration, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester, 1899, 24oz, £400-600 See Illustration. 317

Victorian silver circular dish, with pierced and moulded scrolling decoration, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1896 and a small shaped dish with pierced decoration, Birmingham, 1897, 4oz, £50-80

318

George VI silver eight-lobed dish, on round foot, by Atkin Bros., Sheffield, 1943, 15oz, £180-220

319

Edward VII silver sugar castor, with pierced and floral decoration, on round foot, by Haseler Brothers., London, 1906, 5.5oz, (lacking glass liner), £70-100

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George V silver three piece tea service, with a single band of stylised geometric decoration, comprising tea pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, by Adie Bros Ltd., Birmingham, 1930, 34oz gross weight £400-600 See Illustration. 306

Pair of late Victorian silver salts, with flared rims, each on three hoof feet, by Thomas Hayes, Birmingham, 1898, five silver coffee can holders, a brush back and a shaving brush holder £80-120

307

Edward VII silver cigarette box, surmounted with a figure of a stag, maker’s mark ‘S.C, & Co.’, London, 1909, 4¼in. (10cm) £40-60

308

Part canteen of French silver cutlery, with beaded borders, comprising six tablespoons, four forks, three dessert spoons, a sauce ladle and another spoon, maker’s mark ‘VK’, 26oz, £300-500

309

Pair of George III fiddle pattern silver spoons together with eighteen others, various dates and marks, weight 28oz £300-500

310

Victorian silver framed strut mirror, with pierced mask and scrolling decoration, maker’s mark ‘GH’, London, 1886, 15in. (38cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

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George V silver cigarette box, by Sampson Mordan & Co., London, 1911, 15oz, gross £180-220

321

George V silver lobed dish, with pierced decoration on round foot, by Viners Ltd., Sheffield, 1934, 14oz, £180-220

322

George V silver cigarette case, with engine turned decoration, London, 1930, 8oz, £100-150

323

Continental silver and blue enamelled cigarette case, with engine turned decoration, marked ‘900’, and another silver cigarette case, by Sampson Mordan & Co., London, 1913, 7oz, £80-120

324

Pair of Victorian silver candlesticks, with knopped stems on shaped bases, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1897, (loaded bases), £200-300

325

Small selection of Continental silver flatware, to include spoons and forks, marked ‘800’, 16oz, £150-250

326

Part set of George V silver fiddle, thread and shell pattern fish knives and forks, eleven knives and twelve forks, by James & William Deakin, Sheffield, 1923, 20oz, (in fitted case) £250-350

331

Set of six Victorian silver and mother pearl handled dessert knives and forks, by John Gilbert, Birmingham, 1861, (in fitted case), £150-250

332

Continental white metal box with hinged cover, the finial in the form of a dog holding a key, continental silver cake slice, marked ‘800’, three English silver teaspoons, napkin ring, sovereign holder and a mustard pot and cover, various dates and marks £200-300

333

George V silver cruet set, comprising salt, pepperette and mustard pot, by H. J. Cooper, Birmingham, 1935 £50-80

334

Small selection of silver items, to include a set of six silver handled butter knives, other silver handled knives and forks, dressing table items, and a cigarette case, various dates and marks £80-120

335

Pair of George V silver bonbon dishes, with floral decoration and clear glass liners, import marks for London, 1929, 3.5oz £50-80

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George V silver four-trumpet vase, on tapering stem and round foot, Birmingham, 1918, (loaded), 10in. (25cm) £150-200

330

Late Victorian silver bowl, with embossed floral decoration on round foot, by James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler, London, 1900, 12.5oz, £150-250

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337 Pair of Edward VII silver dishes, with embossed stylised floral decoration and twin shell handles, by James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler, London, 1903, 18oz £250-350

George V silver porringer and cover, with mask and scroll handles, the cover with serpent and ring handle, by Wakely & Wheeler, Britannia Standard marks for London, 1910, 21oz £300-500 See Illustration.

336

George V silver desk stand, with two inkwells and pen tray, beaded borders on shaped feet, engraved ‘Souvenir of launch of S. S. “Lesbian” Wallsend 31st. July 1923’, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1922, stand 18oz £300-500 See Illustration. 337 332 24

Late 19th century American Sterling silver tea pot by S. Kirk & Son, with embossed floral decoration throughout and scroll handle, marked ‘925/1000’, 21oz £800-1,200 See Illustration.


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Late 19th century American Sterling silver cream jug by S. Kirk & Son, with embossed floral decoration throughout and scroll handle, marked ‘925/1000’, 4.5oz £200-300 See Illustration. 339

Late 19th/ early 20th century American Sterling silver cruets by Jacobi & Jenkins, with embossed floral decoration throughout, comprising two mustard pots and covers, one with blue glass liner and spoon, and two pepperettes, 6oz £200-300 See Illustration. 340

George V silver sugar castor, of baluster form, on octagonal base, by S. W. Smith & Co., Birmingham, 1920, 6oz £70-100

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William IV silver two handled sugar bowl, of lobed form on four scroll feet, by Charles Thomas Fox, London, 1833, 12oz £150-250

344

Continental white metal three piece tea service, comprising tea pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, (22oz) £250-350

342

19th century silver punch ladle with gadrooned rim and whale bone handle, 14” long £50-80

345

Edward VII silver mug, on round foot, by Stevenson & Law, Sheffield, 1905, 12oz £150-250

343

Victorian Scottish silver two handled dish on stand, by Brook & Son, Edinburgh, 1895, two small pierced dishes, circular dish, pair of knife rests, two dish covers, sugar tongs, caddy spoon, three other spoons and a knife and fork set in fitted case, 22oz £250-350

346

Edward VII silver cigarette case with engraved scroll decoration, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester, 1901, and three other silver cigarette cases, 14oz £150-250

347

Set of Edward VII silver teaspoons and sugar tongs, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1908, (in fitted case), other flatware (mostly boxed), and two dressing table brushes, weighable silver 12oz, £150-250

348

Silver flatware to include eleven forks and thirteen spoons, various dates, marks and styles, 42ozs £400-600

349

George III silver sugar bowl, London, 1795, makers mark rubbed 5oz £80-120

350

George V silver tazza, (filled base),silver tea strainer, a pair of silver ashtrays and a silver cased comb, various dates and marks, six silver coffee can holders with three cups and five saucers in fitted case £80-120

351

George V silver cigarette box, 6” wide, a set of six silver teaspoons, a matchbox holder, a cream jug and sugar bowl, a cased knife fork and napkin ring set and a seal, various dates and marks, £150-250

352

George V silver trophy cup, with scroll handles on round foot, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1933, 12oz £120-180

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Edward VII silver novelty duck, maker’s mark ‘TH’, import marks for London 1904, 11.5oz, £300-500 See Illustration. 339 25


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Pair of Victorian silver fish servers, with pierced decoration, by Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield, 1873 £150-250

359

Pair of Victorian silver spoons, with bright cut and moulded peacock decoration, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1873, 6oz £100-150

360 355

357

George VI silver muffin warmer, with domed cover, by Sebastian Henry Garrard, London, 1937, 36oz gross weight £500-700 See Illustration. 361

Victorian silver hot water jug, with gadrooned rim, on bun feet, by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Birmingham, 1898, 16oz gross weight, £200-300

362

George V silver tea pot, by Edward Viner, Sheffield, 1927, 22oz gross weight £250-350

363

George VI silver tea pot, on rectangular base, maker’s mark ‘TS’, Birmingham, 1939, 20oz gross weight £200-300

364

Pair of Victorian silver salts, maker’s mark ‘WHM’, Birmingham, 1897, two silver mustard pots and covers, and two pepperettes, 15oz gross weight £150-250

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Silver backed dressing table brush, mirror, comb mount, cased set of twelve teaspoons and six other teaspoons, various dates and marks, £40-60

355

Victorian silver circular tray by Mappin & Webb, decorated with foliage, Sheffield 1900, 26oz, 13.5” diam. £300-500 See Illustration. 356

357

Victorian silver candlestick of Corinthian column form, maker’s mark ‘HH’, Sheffield, 1895, another candlestick and a mug, (candlesticks loaded) £80-120

Victorian silver bowl, with embossed gadrooned decoration, on round foot, by Daniel & John Welby, London, 1890, 28oz £350-500 See Illustration.

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18th century oak dresser, the three tiered open rack above a base with two drawers and carved apron on square supports 79 x 53 x 18in. (201 x 135 x 46cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 366

19th century mahogany secretaire bookcase, with astragal glazing over a secretaire drawer enclosing pigeon holes and drawers, three long graduated drawers under, on bracket base, 92 x 50 x 21in. (234 x 127 x 53cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 367

Lady’s rosewood writing desk with mirrored back, on square legs, and a cane seated chair 38 x 25 x 18in. (97 x 64 x 46cm) £100-200

368

18th century oak drop leaf table on turned legs united by stretcher 28 x 35 x 14in. (71 x 89 x 36cm) £40-60

369

19th century French rosewood and parquetry inlaid two tier table with gilt metal mounts 28 x 19 x 15in. (71 x 48 x 38cm) £100-200


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Early 20th century mahogany and satinwood inlaid roll top bureau with fitted interior on square tapering legs 40 x 36 x 21in. (102 x 91 x 53cm) £600-800 See Illustration. 371

17th Century oak coffer with carved panels £200-400

372

18th century oak coffer of panelled construction 27 x 54 x 21in. (69 x 137 x 53cm) £200-400

366

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William IV rectangular tilt top breakfast table on column support to triangular base raised on pad feet 68 x 46in. (173 x 117cm) £400-600

378

19th Century rosewood and boxwood lined work table silk rag box column support raised on splayed legs 32in. (81cm) £200-400

379

Harlequin set of six 19th century oak ladder back dining chairs £100-200

380

Victorian walnut chest of two short over three long graduated drawers £150-250

381

19th century mahogany secretaire bookcase with two glazed doors, base with fitted drawer with three long drawers (Marriage) 86 x 44 x 23in. (218 x 112 x 58cm) £300-500

382

19th century mahogany fold over tea table on turned tapering supports and castors, 29 x 36 x 17½in. (74 x 91 x 43cm) £150-250

383

19th century mahogany bow fronted chest of two short over two long drawers on turned supports, 34 x 35 x 19in. (86 x 89 x 48cm) £150-250

384

Collector’s mahogany cabinet of six long graduated drawers, 25 x 17 x 12in. (64 x 43 x 30cm) £50-80

385

Edwardian walnut and inlaid music cabinet with raised brass galleried back, on castors, 39 x 24½ x 16in. (99 x 61 x 41cm) £100-200

386

19th century mahogany break front sideboard, with two panelled doors on plinth base, 34 x 57 x 15in. (86 x 145 x 38cm) £200-300

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Set of six Regency mahogany bar back dining chairs, with drop-in seats. £250-350 See Illustration.

373

19th century mahogany and satinwood crossbanded foldover card table on square tapering legs 29½ x 36 x 17½in. (74 x 91 x 43cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 374

Set of six 19th century rosewood spindle back dining chairs, padded seats on turned legs. £500-800 See Illustration. 375

19th century mahogany bar back arm chair £40-60

376

George III mahogany bureau bookcase top with glazed doors, interior with drawers, pigeon holes and cupboard, above two short and three long drawers on bracket base 83 x 43 x 21in. (211 x 109 x 53cm) £500-800 387 Set of six

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Late Victorian mahogany pedestal desk, 29 x 48 x 26in. (74 x 122 x 66cm) £100-200

391

19th century mahogany oval dressing table mirror, on serpentine base with three drawers and bracket feet £60-100

392

George III mahogany fold over card table, on circular tapering supports and pad feet, 29 x 35 x 16½in. (74 x 89 x 41cm) £250-350

393

19th century mahogany and brass bound campaign chest, of three short over three long drawers on turned feet, 41½ x 39 x 18½in. (104 x 99 x 46cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 394

George III mahogany circular tilt-top tripod table, on turned column and pad feet, 30” diameter, 27in. (69cm) £100-150

395

19th century mahogany drop-leaf dining table, on spiral turned supports and castors, 29 x 42 x 17in. (74 x 107 x 43cm) £150-250

396

French style inverted bow fronted mahogany and marble topped cabinet, with brass galleried back, glazed door enclosing shelves on brass mounted cabriole legs, 62½ x 27 x 12in. (157 x 69 x 30cm) £200-300

397

18th century mahogany and herringbone crossbanded bedroom mirror, three drawers to base 25 x 16in. (64 x 41cm) £100-200

393

398

19th century serpentine chest of four drawers on bracket base 38 x 43 x 22in. (97 x 109 x 56cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

398 388

Pair of Regency mahogany open armchairs with scroll arms and drop-in seats £120-180

389

Regency mahogany bar back open armchair, on turned supports £60-100

399

19th century mahogany serving table with carved frieze on square legs 32 x 60 x 24in. (81 x 152 x 61cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

399

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18th century oak dresser base with three drawers on turned legs and pad feet 32 x 66 x 19in. (81 x 168 x 48cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

401

19th century cylinder front mahogany and satinwood banded bookcase cabinet top with two glazed doors base with fitted interior above three drawers on slightly splayed feet 80 x 43 x 22in. (203 x 109 x 56cm) £1,000-2,000 See Illustration. 402

Specimen marble table top decorated with geometric forms on 18th/19th century carved wood gilt and gesso stand in the baroque manner £5,000-8,000 See Illustration. 403

19th century mahogany library table, on twin end supports united by turned stretcher £300-500

402

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Fine French ormolu mounted commode a vantaux after the model by Guillaume Benneman late 19th century frame stamped L Marchand Of trapezoid form, the thick white marble top above a panelled frieze with trailing oak leaf mount, fronted by a pair of drawers, above a pair of eliptically panelled doors heavily mounted with trophies of War and acanthus rosettes, the interior fitted with six trays, with panelled concave sides and ribbon-bound arrowform front angles, on massive acanthus-mounted hairy paw feet, PROVENANCE consigned from a local estate and has been in the family home for decades 38 x 76 x 28in. (97 x 193 x 71cm) £8,000-12,000 See Illustration.

405

405

19th century mahogany breakfront bookcase, three glazed doors above three cupboard doors on bracket base 90 x 79 x 19in. (229 x 201 x 48cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 406

18th/19th century laquered collectors cabinet in the Chinese manner twin doors with gilt metal mounts interior with various drawers decorated with figures and beasts in landscape settings on rococo style, carved giltwood and gesso base 68 x 19 x 39in. (173 x 48 x 99cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration.

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416 412

19th century mahogany extending dining table, on carved supports and castors, with three extra leaves, 29 x 58in. (74 x 147cm) £600-1,000

413

Late 19th Century rosewood and inlaid shaped top occasional table with undertier on four turned leg supports, outswept feet. 26 x 27 x 16in. (66 x 69 x 41cm) £200-400

414

19th century lacquered box on stand hinged top on base with turned legs 36 x 26 x 17in. (91 x 66 x 43cm) £100-200

415

E.J. Riley of Accrington mahogany three quarter sized snooker/dining table table on shaped legs £400-600

416

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19th century tilt top round breakfast table on columns support to four splayed legs £150-250

408

Nineteenth century mahogany three tier dumb waiter on tripod base 47in. (119cm) £150-250

409

Eighteenth century oak drop leaf table 27 x 42 x 16in. (69 x 107 x 41cm) £60-100

410

Nineteenth century mahogany drop leaf table with carved cabriole legs 28 x 64 x 20in. (71 x 163 x 51cm) £200-300

411

19th century mahogany drop flap dining table on cabriole legs 28 x 60 x 58in. (71 x 152 x 147cm) £200-300

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A Victorian walnut and gilt three piece suite of furniture by George Blake & Co, London, comprising a ladies and gentleman’s chair with oval backs and cabriole legs, and a sofa carved with scrolls and acanthus leaves, each piece stamped to underside ‘Blake’ £2,000-4,000 See Illustration. 417

George III mahogany birdcage action tea table with Bruce Ismay, Titanic provenance, circa 1770, circular pie crust top, raised on a bird cage action tilt support, on central turned support, with three carved ball and claw feet, underside stamped Ismay, 15 Hill St, B. Sq., £600-800 See Illustration. 418

Edwardian Sheraton style mahogany circular inlaid table The top with radiating figured veneers centered with scrolling foliate inlays, tapering legs terminating in Marlborough type feet, 21” dia 30in. (76cm) £250-400

419

Two Edwardian inlaid upholstered armchairs (newly restored and upholstered,) 38in. (97cm) £200-400


425

Edwardian button back nursing chair on turned supports £30-50

426

19th century walnut boxwood strung and rosewood crossbanded cylinder bureau, raised on square tapering legs 43 x 33 x 19in. (109 x 84 x 48cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

420

422

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Late 19th Century Sheraton style circular mahogany inlaid centre table with classical bronze mounts, 36” dia 30in. (76cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 421

Set of six Edwardian rosewood and inlaid dining chairs, four plus two carvers splat back supports, with tapered legs and spade feet. 35in. (89cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 422

Late 19th Century quartetto nest of mahogany and inlaid tables 26 x 20in. (66 x 51cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 423

Late 19th Century mahogany and floral inlaid planter with undertier, with brass liner 40in. (102cm) £250-350

424

Victorian mahogany button back armchair on cabriole legs £80-100

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19th century nursing chair with padded back rail, on turned supports £30-50

428

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19th century Sheraton revival satinwood and painted work table with a hinged top revealing various compartments above a cloth bag raised on square tapering legs 34 x 21 x 15in. (86 x 53 x 38cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 429

19th century satinwood and painted heart shaped occasional table, with frieze drawer and under-tier 29 x 18in. (74 x 46cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 430

19th Century circular rosewood breakfast table on column base raised on lions paw feet, 46” dia £250-350

431

19th century carved gilt wood and gesso overmantel mirror with shell decoration 48 x 52in. (122 x 132cm) £500-700 See Illustration.

429

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437

Early 20th century carved giltwood fender stool on turned legs £80-120

438

Pair of rose Lanquedoc obelisks on square bases 41in. (104cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 439

Eighteenth century oak coffer later carved and altered Front with four doors and turned legs 34 x 63 x 25in. (86 x 160 x 64cm) £300-500

440

18th century oak coffer with carved panels of styalised flowers 23 x 50 x 21in. (58 x 127 x 53cm) £200-300

441

Early 20th century mahogany bureau, the fall front with satinwood banding and shell inlay 37 x 17 x 30in. (94 x 43 x 76cm) £100-150

442

Early 20th century mahogany bureau with four drawers, fitted interior with satinwood inlay 42 x 30 x 18in. (107 x 76 x 46cm) £100-150

443

Nineteenth century mahogany chest of drawers with two short over three long drawers, turned handles and ivory escutcheons, on ogee bracket feet 43 x 22 x 52in. (109 x 56 x 132cm) £200-300

434 432

19th century mahogany Continental centre table of shaped oval form, on carved baluster base 46 x 24in. (117 x 61cm) £150-250

433

Regency flame mahogany console table with a single drawer with shaped supports, leaf carved tips and a green variegated marble top 33 x 37 x 18in. (84 x 94 x 46cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

434

19th century teak military chest with two short over two long drawers, brass recessed handles and mounts £400-600 See Illustration. 435

William IV oak bureau with fitted interior, stepped drawers, an arched top and pigeon holes £150-250

436

19th century French style bureau plat with all over marquetry decoration and gilt metal mounts £300-500 See Illustration.

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438

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George III mahogany secretaire chest with reeded cut corners, on ogee feet 42 x 42 x 22in. (107 x 107 x 56cm) £150-250

445

Victorian rosewood carved back low chair with barley twist supports, the seat upholstered in Berlin woolwork £30-50

446

Early 20th century mahogany serpentine fronted side table, stamped Warings two drawers over open shelf with a satinwood garland and foliate inlay 36 x 55 x 25in. (91 x 140 x 64cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 447

19th century mahogany card table, on turned legs 29in. (74cm) £100-200

448

George III rosewood and brass strung bedroom mirror £50-80

449

Early 20th Century mahogany and line inlaid three tier plant stand 42in. (107cm) £40-60

450

19th century mahogany bookcase cabinet two glazed doors above two cupboard doors on plinth base 90 x 49 x 19in. (229 x 124 x 48cm) £300-500

451

19th century French walnut marble topped chest with four drawers on turned feet 26in. (66cm) £200-300

452

18th century oak refectory table on turned supports united by stretchers 32 x 91 x 27in. (81 x 231 x 69cm) £400-600

453

Victorian mahogany folding card table on round column support and shaped platform base with scroll feet 29 x 36 x 17in. (74 x 91 x 43cm) £200-300

446

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Regency mahogany metamorphic library chair with cane back and seat with scroll arm supports on reeded front legs 35in. (89cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 455

Rosewood card table on shaped column and platform base 38 x 36 x 18in. (97 x 91 x 46cm) £200-300

456

19th century rosewood cabinet on chest the top with two cupboard doors and base with three long drawers 72 x 43 x 20in. (183 x 109 x 51cm) £300-500

457

William IV rosewood plant stand inlaid with grapevine decoration on triform platform base £80-120

458

Victorian mahogany fold over dining table, on turned legs 30 x 46 x 22in. (76 x 117 x 56cm) £200-300

459

19th century mahogany and satinwood strung adjustable tilt top table on column support and tripod base 30 x 18 x 13in. (76 x 46 x 33cm) £80-120

460

19th century wicker and yew childs arm chair £80-120

461

19th century mahogany chest of two short over four long drawers on bracket feet 47 x 41 x 21in. (119 x 104 x 53cm) £250-350


462

463

19th century mahogany tallboy the top with two short and three long drawers and the base with four long drawers on bracket feet 77 x 45in. (196 x 114cm) £400-600 19th century mahogany linen press base with two drawers 74 x 49 x 21in. (188 x 124 x 53cm) £200-300

464

Pair of brass and cast metal fire dogs in 18th Century style 21 x 16in. (53 x 41cm) £60-100

465

19th century mahogany demi lune folding card table 29 x 41 x 20in. (74 x 104 x 51cm) £100-200

466

19th century mahogany card table on square legs 29 x 31 x 15in. (74 x 79 x 38cm) £60-100

467

18th century oak coffer of plank construction 30 x 54 x 23in. (76 x 137 x 58cm) £150-250

468

18th century oak continental coffer raised on lion paw feet 25 x 44 x 19in. (64 x 112 x 48cm) £100-200

469

18th century oak dresser, the top with a two tier plate rack and two cupboard doors, the base with three drawers on cabriole legs later carved 82 x 73 x 20in. (208 x 185 x 51cm) £200-300

478

18th century oak framed armchair with spiral turned supports £100-200

479

18th century oak coffer of panelled construction 28 x 15 x 19in. (71 x 38 x 48cm) £100-200

480

19th century mahogany desk of nine drawer configuration 30 x 54 x 29in. (76 x 137 x 74cm) £200-300

481

19th century mahogany chest of two short over three long drawers 44 x 38 x 20in. (112 x 97 x 51cm) £150-250

482

19th century mahogany and rosewood crossbanded demi lune foldover card table with square legs 27 x 37 x 18in. (69 x 94 x 46cm) £150-250

483

18th century style oak armchair with reeded back and seat £80-120

484

19th century mahogany bookcase cabinet on plinth base 78 x 35 x 15in. (198 x 89 x 38cm) £200-300

485

18th century style oak cupboard with two doors, pierced and carved decoration 54 x 41 x 18in. (137 x 104 x 46cm) £200-300

470

Late 19th/early 20th century mahogany collector’s cabinet with forty seven drawers 24 x 13 x 9in. (61 x 33 x 23cm) £80-120

486

20th century oak kneehole desk of seven drawer configuration 31 x 52 x 27in. (79 x 132 x 69cm) £150-250

471

19th century chaise longue on mahogany legs with brass castors 65in. (165cm) £100-200

487

19th century style buttonback sofa on satinwood legs and brass castors 64in. (163cm) £300-500

472

John Thorogood circular burr walnut and burr fruitwood table top, diameter 82” £200-300

488

Pair of 20th century carved giltwood and gesso torcheres in the baroque manner 39in. (99cm) £100-200

18th century oak chest, of three graduated drawers, lacking base, some later parts 30 x 39 x 19in. (76 x 99 x 48cm) £100-200

489

19th century mahogany side table with two frieze drawers on turned legs 33 x 41 x 18in. (84 x 104 x 46cm) £150-250

490

18th century oak mule chest with three drawers on square supports, 32 x 56 x 21in. (81 x 142 x 53cm) £400-600

491

Late 19th century oak French linen press with two cupboard drawers above four short drawers, bracket base 79 x 52 x 24in. (201 x 132 x 61cm) £200-300

492

Mahogany cased baby grand piano by Challen & Sons, London 38 x 58 x 60in. (97 x 147 x 152cm) £200-400

493

Victorian walnut music cabinet, on reeded column supports, 49” x 24” x 19” £80-120

494

18th/ 19th century oak settle of panel construction 72in. (183cm) £100-200

473

474

19th century kingwood marble topped escritoire with a drawer above a drop flap (locked key missing) all raised on cabriole legs with gilt metal mounts 59 x 38 x 16in. (150 x 97 x 41cm) £200-400

475

19th century French kingwood marble topped corner cabinet 40 x 31in. (102 x 79cm) £100-200

476

George III style mahogany frame armchair with padded back and seat on carved legs £100-200

477

19th century French chestnut dresser, the top with three tier plate rack the base with two drawers and two cupboard doors 81 x 46 x 23in. (206 x 117 x 58cm) £300-500

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19th century mahogany oval table, with column support and tripod base 29 x 48 x 36in. (74 x 122 x 91cm) £100-200

504

Yemeni rosewood and brass bound trunk, 16 x 34 x 16in. (41 x 86 x 41cm) £200-300

505

18th century oak coffer of plank construction, 21” x 33” x 14” £120-180

506

18th century oak sword box of plank construction 17 x 52 x 15in. (43 x 132 x 38cm) £150-250

507

Reproduction leather and mahogany button back desk chair £80-120

508

Victorian burr walnut oval tilt top table, on column support to scrolled legs, 31” x 58” x 43” £400-600 See Illustration.

501 495

Pair of 18th century style walnut framed armchairs, with padded backs and seats £200-300

496

19th century carved wood and gesso gilt framed mirror 50 x 37in. (127 x 94cm) £60-100

497

Early 20th century oak breakfront bookcase, with four glazed doors on plinth base 47 x 91 x 16in. (119 x 231 x 41cm) £300-500

498

Early 20th century mahogany and satinwood crossbanded kneehole desk, of nine drawer configuration 30 x 48 x 25in. (76 x 122 x 64cm) £250-350

499

Victorian burr walnut work table, the hinged top revealing a fitted interior, on column support 29 x 18 x 13in. (74 x 46 x 33cm) £60-100

500

20th century walnut coffee table in the Baroque manner, profusely carved with foliate forms and masks 20 x 63 x 43in. (51 x 160 x 109cm) £200-300

509

Set of six Victorian walnut balloon back dining chairs, with padded seats on cabriole legs £250-350

510

18th century oak settle, the seat with two hinged compartments, 53” x 58” x 19” £200-300

511

Victorian walnut Duchess style dressing table, 58” x 49” x 22” £150-250

512

Art Nouveau inlaid oak bookcase with two glazed doors and with fitted shelves 73 x 41 x 15in. (185 x 104 x 38cm) £500-800

513

19th century Empire style cabinet, the two glazed doors flanked by gilt metal mounted columns 69 x 34 x 15in. (175 x 86 x 38cm) £300-500

514

17th/18th century oak table on twin end carved bulbous supports and splayed feet 31 x 62 x 23in. (79 x 157 x 58cm) £500-800

501

19th century red lacquered quartetto nest of tables, on column supports raised on lion’s head feet highlighted in gilt 28 x 21 x 13in. (71 x 53 x 33cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 502

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19th century walnut sutherland table, on twin end supports and splayed legs 29 x 36 x 8in. (74 x 91 x 20cm) £100-200

508


527

Persian red ground carpet with multiple borders, the main blue border with repeating vase shaped motif, the centre decorated with repeating foliate forms 115 x 81in. (292 x 206cm) £80-120

528

Modern pink ground carpet, with foliate forms 145 x 108in. (368 x 274cm) £30-50

529

Red ground persian carpet with multiple borders the centre decorated with medallions profusely decorated with foliate forms 153 x 116in. (389 x 295cm) £200-300

Gothic oak Bible stand and a Bible 34in. (86cm) £60-100

530

18th century oak table, with a single drawer on bobbin turned supports and stretchered base, 28 x 35 x 20in. (71 x 89 x 51cm) £60-100

Persian cream ground rug, with a blue ground border and a central shaped medallion, profusely decorated with foliate forms, 86” x 53” £60-80

531

Pair of Persian cream ground rugs, each with a red border and a central foliate medallion 56 x 30in. (142 x 76cm) £30-50

532

Persian cream ground rug, with multiple borders, the centre decorated with repeating foliate forms, 93 x 54in. (236 x 137cm) £60-80

533

Red ground Persian carpet, centre decorated with concentric shaped medallions, profusely decorated with foliate forms, main blue ground border 138 x 99in. (351 x 251cm) £150-250

534

Persian Afghan red ground rug 56 x 31in. (142 x 79cm) £30-50

535

Small brown ground rug

536

Modern cream ground carpet, with multiple borders, the centre decorated with beasts and foliate forms 139 x 108in. (353 x 274cm) £20-30

537

Red ground carpet, with central pole medallions styalised foliate forms 108 x 76in. (274 x 193cm) £20-30

538

Persian silk mocha brown rug with multiple borders the centre with three shaped medallions 51 x 25in. (130 x 64cm) £300-500

539

Persian brown ground silk rug with multiple borders the centre with a shaped medallion 32 x 20in. (81 x 51cm) £100-200

540

Persian peach ground rug with multiple borders the centre with concentric shaped medallions 38 x 24in. (97 x 61cm) £150-250

541

Persian silk brown ground rug with a central rose shaped medallion 40 x 24in. (102 x 61cm) £200-300

515

17th/18th century oak side table with a single frieze drawer on turned supports united by stretchers 28 x 27 x 22in. (71 x 69 x 56cm) £500-800

516

19th century mahogany side table with two drawers, on turned legs 28 x 36 x 18in. (71 x 91 x 46cm) £80-120

517

19th century mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers on bracket base 43 x 21 x 22in. (109 x 53 x 56cm) £200-300

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Persian blue ground rug, multiple borders, centre decorated with concentric floral medallions 84 x 50in. (213 x 127cm) £50-80

521

Persian red ground rug, the main border with a cream ground, the centre decorated with styalised geometric forms 68 x 46in. (173 x 117cm) £60-80

522

Red ground Afghan rug, with three octagonal medallions and multiple borders 60 x 45in. (152 x 114cm) £40-60

523

Red ground Persian prayed mat, decorated with styalised geometric forms 58 x 37in. (147 x 94cm) £60-80

524

Persian cream ground rug, with a main blue border, the centre decorated with three shaped medallions 76 x 48in. (193 x 122cm) £60-80

525

Persian red ground carpet, with a main blue border, the centre with a rose shaped medallion 146 x 106in. (371 x 269cm) £100-200

526

Pair of Persian Tabriz rugs measuring 5’1”x3’3”, depicting the Herati design, finely hand knotted with Kurk Wool, inlaid with silk in Tabriz, North West Iran, and with original receipt from Tribal Rugs Ltd for 15000 Hong Kong Dollars, dated 1986 62 x 38in. (157 x 97cm) £300-500

£30-50

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Persian cream ground silk carpet the main border decorated with foliate forms centre decorated with a shaped medallion, foliate forms, birds and animals 106 x 71in. (269 x 180cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 543

Persian red ground rug with multiple borders the centre with a lozenge shaped stepped medallion 60 x 42in. (152 x 107cm) £80-120

544

Persian silk carpet with a main red border, the centre decorated with a rose shaped medallion profusely decorated with foliate forms 109 x 74in. (277 x 188cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 545

Pair of Persian silk brown ground rugs, with multiple borders the centre with concentric medallions profusely decorated with foliate forms 76 x 48in. (193 x 122cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 546

Persian red ground carpet multiple borders the centre with three stepped medallions 112 x 69in. (284 x 175cm) £80-120

547

Persian pink and cream ground carpet the centre decorated with stepped medallions 105 x 125in. (267 x 318cm) £25-35

542

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556

Modernist green and brown Wilton carpet in the style of Ivan Silva de Bruhns Provenance: Purchased at a local south coast saleroom about 20 years ago 123 x 125in. (312 x 318cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 557

Blue ground Afghan rug 84 x 51in. (213 x 130cm) £40-60

558

Red ground Persian prayer mat, 74” x 30” and a blue ground Persian prayer mat, 37” x 26” £30-50

ARCHITECTURAL AND GARDEN This section of the sale will not commence before 3.00 pm Wednesday 20th March

556

559

19th century carved stone font, 40” high £100-200

560

Regency style metal garden bench with scroll ends 92 x 150 x 83in. (234 x 381 x 211cm) £200-300

561

Cast-iron garden bench in the form of branches 76in. (193cm) £200-300

548

Orange ground prayer rug the centre decorated with floral motifs 37 x 24in. (94 x 61cm) £20-30

562

Rectangular French 1950’s garden table, circular table and set of eight chairs (6+2) £300-500

549

Persian red ground rug with multiple borders, the centre decorated with repeating geometric forms 102 x 67in. (259 x 170cm) £60-80

563

Teak garden seat, 79” wide

£100-150

564

Two Compton Pottery terracotta pots with serpent decoration, ‘Compton Pottery’ stamp, registration No. 409997 to rim of one 15in. (38cm) £3,000-5,000 See Illustration.

550

Persian blue ground rug with plain cream border, the centre with three lozenge shaped stepped medallions 92 x 54in. (234 x 137cm) £40-60

565

Composite stone base, 10in. (25cm)

551

Persian red ground runner the centre decorated with repeating blue shaped medallions 109 x 42in. (277 x 107cm) £60-80

566

Two stoneware chimneys, the largest 35” high £50-80

552

Afghan rug 63 x 39in. (160 x 99cm)

567

Set of three composite stone garden pots, each diameter 26”, 18” high £80-120

553

Persian cream ground rug multiple borders centre with repeating triangular shaped medallions 68 x 41in. (173 x 104cm) £30-50

554

Persian red ground carpet with multiple borders, the centre decorated with diamond shaped medallions and profusely decorated with styalised foliate forms 135 x 94in. (343 x 239cm) £300-500

555

Afghan prayer mat on a brown ground. multiple borders with sixteen diamond cartouches 40” x 30” £30-50

£30-50

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564

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Pair of blue glazed garden pots, diameter 17”, height 22” £30-50

589

Compton style garden pot with looped handles, diameter 19”, height 18” £30-50

569

Green and blue glazed garden pot, diameter 23”, height 21” and another similar £30-50

590

Compton style garden pot, diameter 10”, height 20” and five others £30-50

570

Composite stone garden pot, diameter 20”, height 14” and another similar £30-50

591

Pair of Coalbrookdale style cast metal garden benches in the fern pattern, 50” wide £50-100

571

Composite stoneware garden urn, diameter 24”, height 25” £30-50

592

Garden stool width 37”

593 572

Composite stone garden urn raised on three feet, diameter 25”, height 20” and another similar decorated with cherubs, diameter 10” £30-50

Five garden ornaments in the form of Geese, the largest 23” high and another in the form of a Pig £40-60

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Brown glazed garden pot, diameter 27”, height 20” £30-50

Garden statue in the form of a Classical woman, 51” high £50-80

595

Pair of garden benches, 48”

574

Set of seven composite stone garden pots, diameter 17”, height 12” £50-80

596

Terracotta garden plaque, decorated with a classical portrait of a woman, height 19” and five others similar £30-50

£30-50

£40-60

575

Wood garden bench, width 57”

576

Pair of Compton style garden pots, diameter 18”, height 16” £50-100

597

Garden statue in the form of a male bust, 20” high, and five other garden ornaments £40-60

577

Compton style garden pot decorated with ivy leaves, diameter 21”, height 17” £40-60

598

Terracotta plaque decorated with a portrait of a young boy, and four other garden ornaments £30-50

578

Brown glazed garden pot, diameter 20”, height 25” £30-50

599

Antique style Terracotta wine carrier, 31” high £30-50

Orange glazed garden pot, diameter 21”, height 32” £30-50

600

Antique style Terracotta amphora, 21” high £30-50

Blue glazed garden pot, diameter 21”, height 34” £30-50

601

Wooden garden bench, width 55”

602

Garden statue of two young boys, 31” high, a bell and four garden pots £30-50

603

Compton style garden pot, diameter 12”, height 24” £30-50

604

Wooden garden bench, 46” wide

605

Four stoneware garden pots, diameter 29”, height 15” £30-50

606

Compton style garden pot, diameter 20”, height 15” and four others £40-60

607

Set of four stoneware garden pots, diameter 21”, height 16” £40-60

608

Pair of wooden garden chairs

609

Stone garden trough 5 x 45 x 20in. (13 x 114 x 51cm) £100-200

610

Stone garden trough 11 x 41 x 20in. (28 x 104 x 51cm) £100-200

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581

Compton style garden pot, diameter 26”, height 12” and a square garden planter, height 11” £40-60

582

Wooden garden bench, 48” wide

£30-50

583

Compton style garden pot with ridged decoration, diameter 17”, height 27”

£30-50

584

Pair of Compton style garden pots, diameter 18”, height 9” and a rectangular garden pot height 7”, width 26” £30-50

585

Wooden garden bench, width 58”

586

Brown glazed garden pot, diameter 15”, height 24” £30-50

587

Four glazed garden pots, the largest diameter 21” £40-60

588

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Compton style garden pot, diameter 22”, height 17” and another smaller, diameter 13”, height 8” £40-60

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Pair of composite stone garden statues in the from of young boys holding torches 36in. (91cm) £60-100

612

Stoneware chimney pot 36in. (91cm)

£30-50

END OF FIRST DAYS SALE

SECOND DAY'S SALE ORIENTAL CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART This section of the sale commences at 10.30 am Thursday 21st March 613

Late 19th/ Early 20th century cast bronze urn, with dragon handles and four scenes raised on three legs in the form of turtles 15” high £250-350

614

19th century carved ivory fan, decorated with flowers, 9” long £100-200

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615

Large Chinese cloisonne bowl and cover, set with jade carved with a dragon chasing a pearl, decorated internally and externally with flowers and foliage. Possibly 19th century. 15in. (38cm) £1,200-1,800 See Illustration. 616

Graduated green stone beads Length 18”, £30-50

617

Chinese famille rose vase decorated with shaped panels of maidens in a landscape on a Mille Fleur ground, Qianlong mark but Republic 6in. (15cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

618 618

Chinese ivory carving of Ho Hsein Ku holding a peach blossom. 19th century. on a wooden base. 13in. (33cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 615 43


623

Chinese Tz’u-Chou type vase, the cream colored body decorated with horizontal brown bands, 12th/13th century £200-300 See Illustration. 624

19th century Cantonese tureen and cover, 10”, £150-250

625

Chinese porcelain ginger jar, decorated with figures on horseback, (lacking cover), six character mark to base, 7 x 11in. (18 x 28cm) £60-100

626

Chinese iron red, gilt and black dish decorated with Immortals and precious objects 22in. (56cm) £60-100

627

Chinese ivory Canton card case, carved with many figures in a landscape, replaced section to the cover, 4¼ x 2½in. (10 x 5cm) £80-120

628

Three Japanese Ivory netsukes, one of a duck, one of a pair of chicks emerging from an egg, another with three figures sitting on a dish, probably all early 20th century, all signed to base, 2 x 1½in. (5 x 3cm) £60-100

629

Two Japanese ivory netsukes, one of a toad, signed to base, the other of a reclining bull, £40-60

630

Pair of 20th century Japanese Satsuma vases of ovoid form with waisted necks, each painted in colours and gilt depicting figures including Rakan, each 12” high £60-100

631

Pair of Mangani porcelain wine coolers, decorated with a floral design, each 7” £40-60

619

620 619

Chinese celadon straight sided jardiniere standing on three feet, exterior incised with a continuous leaf scroll, Ming dynasty 15th/16th century, 7½ x 10½in. (18 x 25cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 620

Three Chinese pottery standing figures, grooms wearing tall hats and belted robes, traces of original pigments, 10th/11th century, 8in. (20cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 621

Large Chinese pottery vase, globular body with waisted neck and galleried rim, decorated with horizontal incised lines, Han dynasty, 206BC/221AD, 15in. (38cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 622

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Chinese silver backed brush decorated with a writhing dragon, 19th century, Impressed marks, 7in. (18cm) £100-200

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632

Chinese Canton plate decorated with birds, flowers and figures in an interior, diameter 10.5” £30-50

633

Japanese twin handled Satsuma vase and cover decorated with butterflies, flowers, and figures in exterior and interior settings, on wooden stand, 13in. (33cm) £80-120

634

19th century Chinese Canton famille rose baluster vase decorated with figures in an interior £300-500 See Illustration. 635

Chinese saucer dish decorated with a dragon, 20th century, diameter 9.5”, 9½in. (23cm) £20-40

636

20th century Cantonese vase decorated with figures 24in. (61cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 637 638

Chinese blue and white bowl with two character marks to base 5in. (13cm)

£30-50

Chinese bowl with four cartouche scenes, four character stamp to base £40-60

623

634

636

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Early 20th century Japanese carved ivory figure of a fisherman 6in. (15cm) £100-150

640

Early 20th Century Japanese carved ivory figure of a sage 3in. (8cm) £100-150

641

Qing Kangxi style mallet shaped vase with cartouches decorated with figures, 19th century, 18in. (46cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 642

Set of twelve 19th century Chinese leaf paintings, depicting figures in various pursuits, 8 x 5½in. (20 x 13cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 643

Pair of Late 19th century Satsuma vases, signed with impressed mark, Kozan, decorated with immortals, 12in. (30cm) £150-250

644

Indian ivory pot carved with deer and elephants in a forest setting, 4in. (10cm) £50-80

641

645

Chinese Canton teapot decorated with birds, butterflies, flowers and figures in interior scenes, 6in. (15cm) £100-150

646

Chinese famille rose harlequin vase, decorated with magnolia and peach on a ground of vertical pink, green, and yellow panels, late 19th century, 13in. (33cm) £100-200

647

Chinese Longquan Celadon saucer dish incised with flowers and foliage, 14th/15th century, diameter 5” £120-150

648

Chinese brush washer decorated with figures in a garden 11in. (28cm) £30-50

649

Chinese pottery figure of Buddha seated on a lotus throne, his hands held in a Dhyana Mudra gesture, 16th/17th century, traces of paint and gilt, 10 x 5in. (25 x 13cm) £150-250

650

Pair of late 19th century Satsuma vases, with blue and gilt decoration and scenes of birds in landscape settings £70-100

651

Early 20th century carved elephant tusk in the form of a line of elephants £200-300

652

Pair of Chinese works on silk ladies by blossoming trees 11 x 13in. (28 x 33cm) £30-50

653

Chinese work on silk three male figures under a tree 13 x 11in. (33 x 28cm) £30-50

654

Chinese work on paper landscape with a figure in boat 7 x 9in. (18 x 23cm) £30-50

655

Chinese work on silk two resting figures 15 x 18in. (38 x 46cm) £30-50

642

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Chinese work on silk landscape 9½ x 9½in. (23 x 23cm) £30-50

657

Set of four Chinese works on silk landscape scenes each 12 x 14in. (30 x 36cm) £40-60

658

Chinese work on silk landscape 8 x 9in. (20 x 23cm) £30-50

659

Chinese work on paper two female figures £30-50

660

Pair of 19th century Japanese bowls Diameter 12” £150-250

661

Chinese copper red glazed small saucer dish. 6 character Jiaqing marks to base. 17th century or later. Diameter 5”. 5in. (13cm) £300-500

675

Pair of early 20th century Chinese ancestor portraits on porcelain plaques set in hardwood screens 23 x 21in. (58 x 53cm) £500-700

676

Chinese porcelain plaque depicting figures, including Shou Lao, in a garden 22 x 15in. (56 x 38cm) £50-80

677

Chinese nephrite jade bi disc, carved with figures on a terrace. 19th century or later 2¼in. (5cm) £60-100

678

Japanese gilt metal vase decorated with cockerel inset with various metals 7in. (18cm) £200-300

662

Chinese white glazed vase with tall tapering neck, incised with writhing dragons. Four character Kangxi mark to base, 17th century or later. 7in. (18cm) £300-500

663

Pair of Chinese blue and white vases with four character marks to base 8in. (20cm) £50-80

664

Three Chinese famille verte bottle vases the largest 12” high £50-80

665

Chinese blue and white vase and cover 10” high and six other pieces of Chinese blue and white porcelain £30-50

666

Japanese laquered box with gilt decoration 15” wide and a similar tea caddy 9” wide £60-80

667

Chinese scroll painted with figures and calligraphy £50-80

668

Chinese blue and white hexagonal tea pot, four character mark to base, 5” high, bowls, dishes and other items of Oriental ceramics £80-120

669

Chinese scroll decorated with a bird amongst foliage, 12 x 24in. (30 x 61cm) £50-80

670

Chinese bronze twin-handled vase with moulded dragon decoration, 5in. (13cm)

679

Chinese scent bottle depicting rural scenes, 20th century 3½in. (8cm) £30-50

680

Chinese copper red double gourd vase with colour draining from the ring 8in. (20cm) £60-100

681

Chinese carved ivory figure of a man 4in. (10cm) £30-50

682

Chinese vase decorated with figures

683

Chinese bowl decorated with figures (riveted) 7in. (18cm) £50-100

£80-120

684

Chinese silk embroidered hardwood table screen, 19th century, depicting birds amongst flowers and foliage 29 x 22in. (74 x 56cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

£80-120 671

Chinese scroll depicting a galloping horse, 20in. (51cm) £50-80

672

Early 20th century bronze Buddha 10in. (25cm) £80-120

673

Chinese silk panel depicting a dragon 13 x 13in. (33 x 33cm) £30-50

674

Chinese silk panel decorated with birds 21 x 16in. (53 x 41cm) £50-100 684

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Chinese famille rose saucer dish decorated with eight immortals in a log raft, seal mark to base, diameter 10.25” 10¼in. (25cm) £300-500

686

Chinese silver four lobed pot, with floral and bamboo decoration, on four stepped feet, marks to base, 1½in. (3cm) £40-60

687

Four Indian miniatures, three figure subjects and one botanical £150-200

688

Late 19th C Indian Vizagapatam workbox with fully fitted interior together with bone inlaid items £150-250 See Illustration. 689

Asian jade coloured stone string of graduated beads with glass spacers 28in. (71cm) £50-100

690

Chinese cloisonne miniature teapot 2in. (5cm) £40-60

691

Japanese Meiji period silver wired cloisonne vase with silver gilt mounts. Decorated with two panels of Irises, and two panels of birds amongst foliage. 6 x 3in. (15 x 8cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 692

Pair of late 19th Century Japanese vases, decorated with figures in mountainous scenes 21in. (53cm) £500-800

693

Chinese Canton Enamelled wine ewer, 18th century Qianlong. Famille rose quatrefoil section with tall loop handle. Decorated with panels of figures in a landscape on a yellow flower strewn ground. For a similar example see Chinese Export Art by Margaret Jourdain and Soame Jenyns. P.130, plate 116. 7 x 5½in. (18 x 13cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration.

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691 694

Two Chinese jade and silver salt pots and spoons £30-50

695

Pair of Chinese enamelled tea cups and saucers, decorated with flowers and foliage on a yellow ground. 1¼ x 4in. (3 x 10cm) £40-60

693


698 696

Portfolio of Chinese prints, 20th century. Each 17” x 12” £30-50

697

Two Chinese works on silk, landscape scenes, each 10” x 12” £30-50

698

Edo period Japanese bronze vase decorated in relief with a rat and a turnip six character mark to base 12in. (30cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 699

Two Chinese bone carved figures of gentlemen £40-60

700

Japanese tanto length sword with bone sheath and handle, carved with figures, signed, 18.5” £50-80

701

A metal and bamboo opium pipe in a stag antler case carved with dragons and foliage 10½in. (25cm) £100-200

702

Set of three Chinese silver pepperettes, in the form of turtles with commemorative stone tablets on their backs, marks to bases, 3½in. (8cm) £200-300

703

Pair of Chinese silver salts, each on three dragon supports, with blue glass liners, 1½in. (3cm) £40-60

704 704

Late nineteenth century/early twentieth century famille verte chinese porcelain garden seat decorated with flowers,birds, vases and foliate forms 19in. (48cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 705

Pair of 20th century Japanese cloisonne vases, each 9” high £60-100

706

20th century Indian carved jewellery box, 4.5” x 17” x 7” £60-100

707

Pair of Japanese oviform vases decorated with birds and foliage, with stands, each 4.5” high £30-40

CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS This section of the sale will not commence before 11.15 am Thursday 21st March 708

18th century oak eight day longcase clock by Josiah Stringer of Stockport, brass dial with subsidiary second dial and date aperture, twin train movement striking on a bell 88in. (224cm) £300-500

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18th century eight day mahogany long case clock by James Aitken of Markinch with twin train movement, the painted dial with subsidiary seconds and date dials, striking on a bell 82in. (208cm) £400-600

712

French marble and gilt metal mantel clock, the white enamelled dial with single train movement supported on four columns and demi-lune base 15in. (38cm) £100-150

713

French 19th century gilt metal and marble mantel clock by Baubret of Paris, the white enamelled dial with twin train movement, striking on a bell, supported on columns and shaped base 17in. (43cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 714

Early 19th century rosewood and brass inlaid repeating bracket clock by Desbois & Wheeler, with twin train double fusee movement, striking on a bell, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, the brass back plate signed Desbois & Wheeler, Grays Inn Passage’, on four brass ball feet 20in. (51cm) £1,500-2,500

710 709

18th century eight day Japanned longcase clock by James Whitworth Lussley, silvered chapter ring to twin train movement, striking on a bell 96in. (244cm) £500-800

710

18th century eight day oak long case clock by William Fletcher of Leeds, the brass and silvered dial with painted moon phase, twin train movement, subsidiary seconds and date dials 90in. (229cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 50

713


715 18th century oak eight day longcase clock by Winkworth painted face with moon faze dial, subsidiary second dial and date aperture, to weight driven movement striking on a bell 87in. (221cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

716

715

717

Rosewood banjo barometer with mother of pearl floral inlay by Kleyser of Guildford £200-300

716

Early 20th century mahogany and parquetry inlaid longcase clock, triple weight driven movement striking on chimes 82in. (208cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 51


718

17th century walnut cased bracket clock by Thomas Pare, London; the brass and silvered dial with double fusee twin train movement, subsidiary date aperture, silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, original verge escapement, back plate inscribed ‘Thomas Pare Londini Fecit’, striking on a bell, with pierced gilt metal and cherub decorated pierced basket top, on squat bun feet, 16in. (41cm) £4,000-6,000 See Illustration. 719

19th century rosewood cased bracket clock, the silvered dial with double fusee twin train movement and Roman numerals, striking on a bell, the dial engraved Inglis, 39 St. John’s Square London’ 12½in. (30cm) £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.

718

719

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722

Mahogany cased wall clock with single fusee movement diameter 12” £100-200

723

19th century mahogany stick barometer, 38in. (97cm) £150-250

724

19th century French 30 day mantle clock by Brodon Paris tortoiseshell and brass inlaid case with gilt metal figural mounts enamelled dial with the twin train movement striking on bell 32in. (81cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 725

Zeiss Ikon Nettar 515/16 bellows camera with leather case, Kodak vest pocket model B bellows camera with leather case, Olympus trip 35 No 2946250 and a Six-20 Kodak Junior camera in original box (4) £50-80

726

18th Century mahogany cased eight day longcase clock by Benson of West Haven brass dial with painted moon phase dial silvered chapter ring and date dial twin train movement striking on a bell 87in. (221cm) £500-800

721 720

18th century mahogany eight-day longcase clock by W. F. Steel, Westminster, the white enamelled dial with twin train movement, Roman numerals, subsidiary second and date dials, striking on a bell, 81in. (206cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 721

18th century oak longcase clock by Jonas Barber of Ratclif Cross, the brass and silvered dial with twin train movement, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, striking on a bell, 79½in. (201cm) £600-800 See Illustration.

724

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728

Early 19th century mahogany cased double fusee mantle clock by Carter of London enamelled dial, to twin train movement, striking on a bell 18in. (46cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 729

Mid 19th Century Aneroid barometer with boxwood stringing by Vitta of Stafford with swan neck pediment above a dry and damp circular dial under convex glass. Below is an arched thermometer dial. The main barometer has a silvered dial under convex glass. 42in. (107cm) £150-250

730

Late 18th century mahogany eight day longcase clock by M Buxton painted dial and subsidiary second dial, two train movement striking on a bell 85in. (216cm) £300-500

731

French brass carriage clock, four glass sides, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, brass carrying handle 4in. (10cm) £70-100

732

18th century mahogany cased eight day long case clock by John Hamilton Glasgow the brass dial with a silvered chapter ring, subsidiary dial and date aperture, two train movement striking on a bell. Case in need of extensive restoration £400-600

727 727

18th century mahogany, oak and parquetry inlaid eight day longcase clock by T.Pyke of Bridgewater, Somerset Painted Dial with moon phase subsidiary second dial and date aperture striking on bell 85in. (216cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

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741

19th Century rosewood and painted aneroid barometer with a broken arch swan neck pediment above a dry and damp circular dial under convex glass. Below is an arched thermometer dial, above a convex mirror with reeded frame. The main barometer has a silvered dial under convex glass 37in. (94cm) £150-250

742

Victorian brass lantern clock with engraved foliate decoration to the face 12in. (30cm) £150-250

743

19th century American pedometer in original box diameter 1” £30-50

744

18th century mahogany eight day longcase clock by William Wright of London, brass dial with silvered chapter ring, subsidiary second dial, date aperture, to twin train weight driven movement striking on a bell 82in. (208cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

736 733

19th century mahogany barometer by P.Ortelli of Leather Lane Holborn, dry/damp dial, thermometer, weather and level dial, 38” high £200-300

734

19th century mahogany stick barometer by R. Collins with chequered banded decoration. 38in. (97cm) £150-250

735

Early twentieth Century french brass and glass miniature carriage clock 6in. (15cm) £40-60

736

Late nineteenth/early twentieth century champleve enamelled brass and glass carriage clock with lever escapement 7in. (18cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 737

Mahogany cased Barograph , bevelled glass, with drawer, retail label for John Trotter, Glasgow 8 x 14 x 8in. (20 x 36 x 20cm) £250-350

738

National Time Recorder, oak cased clocking-in recorder, inscribed National Time Recorder Co Ltd, Aquinas Street, London, SE1, 98cm £80-120

739

A boxed microscope by Reichert, Austria. Number 102604, c.1930. Complete with lens and original receipt (KEY) £60-100

740

Arts and Crafts style mahogany cased wall clock with silvered dial twin train movement striking on chime 32” high £50-80

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745

George II Welsh Abergavenny oak Longcase clock by Humphrey Morgan engraved with makers name and with foliate decoration to face, all within brass spandrels, with second dial and date aperture. 90in. (229cm) £700-900

746

Victorian brass skeleton clock with black painted Roman numerals 10in. (25cm) £150-250

747

19th century mahogany cased bracket clock with double fusee movement, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, signed Griffith 18in. (46cm) £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.

749 750

Early 19th century tortoiseshell tea caddy, the cover enclosing two compartments on rectangular base, 6in. (15cm) £150-250

751

Early 19th Century mahogany miniature chest of drawers, with two small over two long drawers on bracket feet. 11 x 11 x 7½in. (28 x 28 x 18cm) £100-150

752

George III rolled paper octagonal tea caddy, inlaid marquetry stringing with panels of rolled paper depicting flowers and foliage, hinged cover with handle 5.20 x 5.70 x 4.80in. (13 x 14 x 12cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 747

OBJECTS OF ART AND BRONZES This section of the sale will not commence before 11.30 am Thursday 21st March 748

Art Nouveau gilt bronze of a nude woman hammering a horseshoe. Stamped Récipon, dated 8 Avril 1902, with Susse Freres foundry mark. 6” x 8” £400-600

749

William Skeoch Cumming 1864-1929, watercolour miniature of Henry Dundas, The Fifth Viscount of Melville (1835-1904) inscribed W.Skeoch Cumming Pinxt in leather case 3 x 2½in. (8 x 5cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 56

752


758

Coromandel and gilt metal dome top box 7 x 9in. (18 x 23cm) £100-200

759

German wood picture landscape signed in pencil Hans 19 x 15in. (48 x 38cm) £50-100

760

American table lamp by Royal Art Glass Co with opaque glass shade on art nouveau style base 24in. (61cm) £300-500

761

20th Century figure of a dancing nymph on a marble base 20th Century copy 14in. (36cm) £200-300

762

After P J Mene’ Le cheval a la Barriere’ on green marble base 20th Century copy 12in. (30cm) £200-300

763

20th Century bronze figure of the Venus de Milo 20in. (51cm) £200-300

764

After PJ Mene figure with hound on green marble base - 20th Century copy 14in. (36cm) £200-300

765

Victorian horn handle walking cane with silver collar, 35” h, together with a leather riding crop £50-80

766

8 boxes of pinned butterflies and moths.

755 753

754

HM Queen Elizabeth II (1926-) Five black and white photographs of the Royal visit to USA in 1986 for the Independence celebrations, two signed Elizabeth R in typical royal blue ink, each 16 x 11.5cms £100-150 Collection of signatures and items relating to the marriage of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and The Imperial Princess of Russia, (Albert and Maria Alexandra) solemnised in St. Petersburg 1874, including three Victorian Album pages with cut outs from the programme with clear signatures of each underneath together with four separate signatures of Maria Alexandra on clipped paper £250-350

£50-80 767

Walking stick complete with brevete clock to handle, some damage including missing hands 35½in. (89cm) £80-120

768

Mother-of-pearl inlaid and gilt box and another box £30-50

755

Pair of 19th century alabaster ewers with gilt metal and champleve enamelled mounts 20in. (51cm) £500-1,000 See Illustration. 756

19th century bronze two branch candelabrum base in the form of a Cherub on red marble base 16in. (41cm) £200-300

757

19th century French gilt metal and enamelled table top box decorated with six panels of people in classical dress raised on four feet in the form of sphinx’s 5 x 10 x 5in. (13 x 25 x 13cm) £500-1,000 See Illustration.

757

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779

Pair of cast iron novelty fire dogs, depicting owls with glass eyes, supported on branch like bases. 15in. (38cm) £80-120

780

20th Century portrait miniature on bone a young woman wearing a red shawl 3 x 2½in. (8 x 5cm) £50-80

781

Two albums of black and white photographic prints of Italian landmarks and architectural stone work £40-60

782

Nineteenth century coromandel writing box 6 x 14 x 9in. (15 x 36 x 23cm) £100-200

783

19th century gilt metal eight branch candelabra on round foot 33in. (84cm) £200-300

784

Ivory crocodile 13”, brush pot, carved figure and a walking stick. £70-100

769

785

Hardy fly fishing rod and three others £70-100

Betjemanns Patent silver plate Victorian tantalus with three hobnail cut glass decanters, 41cm across £200-400 See Illustration.

786

19th Century wooden peg doll in dress of sequinned and beaded net, 28cm and an Indian Ivory and Sandlewood cigarette box £40-60

787

Mid 19th Century fan of fine bobbin lace florets, mother of pearl staves, in gilt framed case £80-120

769

770

Miniature mahogany and satinwood crossbanded chest of four graduated drawers 14 x 14 x 11in. (36 x 36 x 28cm) £200-300

788

771

Signed photograph of Princess Marie Louise (1972-1956), granddaughter of Queen Victoria, together with the book ‘My Memories of Six Reigns’ £60-100

Various small bone items (11) including a brooch, walking stick handle, case, and ring £30-50

789

19th century tortoiseshell card case 4” h and a tortoiseshell and silver inlaid purse £100-150

772

Miniature of a young woman in red cloak in the pre Raphaelite style 3 x 2in. (8 x 5cm) £40-60

790

Collection of stamps in one album and some loose £30-50

773

Early twentieth century Ivory sectional walking stick, the top in the form of a lion and an elephant 39in. (99cm) £30-50

791

19th century ,mahogany writing box with contents of 19th century letters etc. 7 x 15 x 10in. (18 x 38 x 25cm) £50-100

774

Collection of miniature cold painted animals (23) £50-100

792

775

Collection of cold plated metal miniature birds including a group of three £30-50

Early 20th century case of four stuffed birds: one barn owl and one tawny, jay and sparrow hawk with sparrow 24 x 36in. (61 x 91cm) £150-250

776

Collection of cold painted metal animals including a bone crocodile and a brass camel 19 pieces £30-50

793

Early 20th century case of four stuffed birds, finches 20 x 30in. (51 x 76cm) £50-80

794

777

Pair of nineteenth century Scottish brass and enamelled opera glasses by J.Muirhead of Glasgow with mother of pearl rims contained in a silk drawstring bag £100-200

Early 20th century case of stuffed weasel and two moles 11 x 16in. (28 x 41cm) £30-50

795

20th century carved wooden figure of an Eagle 21in. (53cm) £60-100

796

Pair of Linley candlesticks, each 9.5” high and a square candle-stick holder £50-80

778

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19th century walnut tea caddy with brass carrying handle on front claw feet, lacking fitted interior 5½ x 9 x 5in. (13 x 23 x 13cm) £40-60


797

19th century German Ivory and gilt white metal and jewelled tankard. Heavily carved in relief with a classical scene of angels, figures and chariot pulled by wild cats. 10in. (25cm) £4,000-6,000 See Illustration. 798

Students mahogany violin 22” and bow in leather carrying case £80-120

799

Collection of fossils

800

19th Century rosewood and brass bound stationery box with fitted interior, 6 x 16 x 9in. (15 x 41 x 23cm) £70-100

801

Edwardian satinwood and inlaid box with banded decoration, together with two others similar. £70-100

£80-120

802

Late Victorian oak and silver plated mounted desk stand, central oval compartment flanked by dishes, two cutglass inkwells and pen holder, with serpentine front and three drawers on ball feet, 8 x 24 x 13in. (20 x 61 x 33cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

797

803

Four 19th century stevengraphs, comprising: ‘The Good Old Days’, ‘Are You Ready’, ‘The Last Lap’ and ‘Dick Turpin’s last ride on his bonnie Black Bess’, each 4½ x 8in. (10 x 20cm) £50-80

804

Collection of twenty-five plaster friezes depicting scenes from the east wing of the Parthenon, mounted in five frames £300-500

805

Victorian carved Ivory top walking stick, ivory study of a lion and another, etc. £100-150

806

Benedict Enwonwu ‘Felling Trees’, carved wood panel, titled, signed with initials and dated 1943 NOTE: ‘Felling Trees’ is possibly an early concept for the wood panels Enwonwu later created for the Nigerian House of Parliament 11½ x 45½in. (28 x 114cm) £3,000-5,000 See Illustration.

802

806

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EUROPEAN AND CONTINENTAL CERAMICS This section of the sale will not commence before noon Thursday 21st March 807

Knud Kyhn, Danish 1880-1969 - Royal Copenhagen stoneware model of a bear 5in. (13cm) £100-150

808

19th Century Copeland part tea service decorated with festoons of flowers highlighted in gilt comprising seven cups, nine saucers, sugar bowl and cake plate £50-80

809

Early 19th century Staffordshire serpentine shaped tea pot and stand in the Japanese manner 8in. (20cm) £100-200

810

19th century continental porcelain figure of a parrot 13in. (33cm) £150-250

811

Sevres gilt and blue twin handled vase, decorated with a hand painted cartouche on an octagonal pedestal base £100-200

812

Cabinet plate by Bailey Banks and Biddle marked for Coalport, with pink and gilt decoration £30-50

821 813

Cabinet plate marked for James Green & Nephew - London, central cartouche with landscape setting on pink and gilt background £30-50

814

Pair of Meissen porcelain blue and white floral decorated vases £50-80

815

Royal Worcester blush ivory rose decorated squat form vase, with wavy rim 3in. (8cm) £50-80

816

Royal Worcester porcelain vase by Harry Stinton, with hand painted scene of cattle, signed on circular base 11in. (28cm) £150-250 See Illustration. 817

19th century Pinder, Bourne, & Hope ‘Baltic’ pattern twin handled bowl Diameter 10” £30-50

818

19th century Minton white glazed cherub and cornucopia, 17in. (43cm) £200-300

819

Meissen figure of a lady holding a envelope with an attendant lamb £100-200

820

Moorcroft Vase,, on a creamy yellow ground, marked with the green W. Moorcroft signature, made for and marked for Liberty & Co, Impressed No 371, 5” h £150-250

821

Late 19th century Meissen figure group - lady writing at a table £200-400 See Illustration.

816

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822

Meissen porcelain figure decorated as a knight with shield and helmet and three other continental porcelain figures. £100-150

823

Twenty Copeland Spode ‘Chelsea’ pattern plates, six 10” plates, eight 9” plates and six 7.5” plates £50-80


824

Two Lladro figures of native American girls, one wearing a headdress, the other with a bird settled on his hand, 11” and 8,5” high £50-80

835

Two Herend unicorns in blue scale pattern, highlighted in gilt, blue marks to base, tallest 4.75” high £120-180

825

Two Lladro figures, a girl nursing a sick dog, and a girl ironing a doll’s dress £40-60

836

826

Seven NAO figures comprising, girl with hands clasped, boy with a rabbit, girl with a rabbit, three figures of girls with puppies and a baby on a cloth £50-80

Herend figural group of two rabbits, and three other Herend rabbit figures, in blue scale pattern, blue marks to base, tallest 4” high £50-80

837

Herend group of two rabbits in black scale pattern, and three other Herend rabbits in green scale pattern, tallest 4” high £50-80

838

Four Herend figures of cats, two in blue and two in green scale pattern, tallest 2” high £30-50

839

Small collection of Herend animal figures, comprising seated bear, two owls, duck, pelican, dolphin, fish, group of two mice, another mouse, bird and three rabbits £80-120

840

Herend figure of a rabbit in green scale pattern with gilt highlights, on naturalistic base, 11½in. (28cm) £250-350

841

Herend figure of a rabbit in blue scale pattern with gilt highlights, on naturalistic base, 11½in. (28cm) £250-350

842

Herend figure of a pheasant in green scale pattern and coloured glazes, on naturalistic base, 6½in. (15cm) £80-120

843

Limoges porcelain box for Asprey, another painted with a cart, others by Halcyon Days, and other small items £60-100

844

18th century stoneware jug decorated with various figures 8in. (20cm) £60-100

845

18th century Delft plate decorated with flowers, diameter 12” £100-200

846

18th century Delft plate decorated in Chinese manor, diameter 18” £100-200

827 828

Dresden floral encrusted basket early 20th century 7in. (18cm) £60-100 19th century Dresden porcelain centrepiece base decorated with a romantic scene with two figures 14in. (36cm) £200-300

829

19th century Meissen figure of a young boy making tea 14in. (36cm) £150-250

830

Pair of Sitzendorf figures and five other Dresden figures £80-120

831

Royal Doulton stoneware vases decorated with flowers 11” mongramed J C P and another similar monogramed F C P 11in. (28cm) £200-300

832

Shelley ‘Vogue Sunray’ bone china part tea and coffee set, each with painted yellow, black and pastel, pattern No. 11742, comprising coffee pot, four tea cups, four coffee cups, eight tea saucers, six coffee saucers, two cream jugs, sugar bowl, two sandwich plates and twelve other plates, £600-1,000 See Illustration. 833

834

Royal Crown Derby teaset in the Imari pattern comprising tea pot and six cups and saucers £70-100 Two Herend unicorns in green scale pattern highlighted in gilt, blue marks to base, tallest 4.75” high £120-180

847

Collection of six Hummel figures to include May dance #1574 Teacher’s pet #1753 Little Maestro #1337 Umbrella Girl #1749 Let me help you #152488 Boxed £50-80 848

Collection of seven Hummel figures to include Be Hopeful #1662 Cathc of the day #1567 Goose Girl #961 Apple Tree Girl #883 Little Scholar #1774 Merry Wandess #2127 Home from Market #838 Boxed £50-80

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849 850

851 852 853 854 855

62

Collection of seven Hummel figures to include For Keeps #102 Puppet Princess #1664 Flower Girl #240 Natures Gift #1072 Garden Treasures #1222 From me to You #036 My Wish Is Small #176 The Little pair #239 Boxed £50-80 Collection of six Hummel figures to include Apple tree Girl #882 First Mate #1850 Spring Sowing #1498 Pretzel Boy #1494 She loves me. she loves me not #174 Set Puppet Love #2195 (Puppet pal #2160 puppet love #2159) Boxed £50-80 Collection of six Hummel figures to include Circus Act #2247 Waiting around #1673 Looking Around #1672 Rolling Around #1671 Gifts of Love #2416 Mountaineer #801 Boxed £50-80 Collection of seven Hummel figures to include One for me #282 From The Heart # 1055 Sweet Greetings #766 School Boy #922 Girl with Nosegay #822 Heart and Soul #1053 School’s Out #1032 Boxed £50-80 Collection of six Hummel figures to include Holiday Harmony Pretzel Girl #1355 Brother Gamin #911 Halt #1569 Let’s Sing #1419 Little Hiker #966 Boxed £50-80 Collection of seven Hummel figures to include Little Sweeper #860 Grandma’s Girl #561 Grandpa’s Boy #210 Pixie #768 Wintertime Duet #1911 Evening Prayer #191 Clear as a Bell #1994 Boxed £50-80 Collection of six Hummel figures to include Cowboy Corral #1629 Too shy to sing #1995 School Girl #924 Heart & Soul #1053 Chimney Sweep #975 Going Home #423 Boxed £50-80

856 857 858 859 860

Collection of Hummel figures to include Merry Wanderer #2260 Forever Yours #793 Pigtails #1382 Apple Tree Boy # 879 Sister #907 Boxed £50-80 Collection of six Hummel figures to include Goose Girl #4711 Country Suitor #760 Will it Sting? #1500 Honour Student #1528 Merry Wanderer #984 A Heartfelt Girl #1211 Boxed £50-80 Collection of four Hummel figures to include Little Fiddler (millennium edition) A Star for you #2331 Sunflowers my Love? #2188 A Prfect Ptch & Cheerful Tune #152613 Boxed £50-80 Collection of five Hummel figures to include Time Out #152847 The Smart Little Sister #772 The Botanist #767 Afternoon nap #1661 Winter’s here #457 Boxed £50-80

Collection of four Hummel figures to include First Love #1002 Hula Hoop PLaying Around #1670 Hear Ye! Hear Ye! #1489 Berta Hummel Nativity Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus #33501 Boxed £50-80

861

Collection of Hummel, Lladro and Nao figures to include Angeles Cantores #0193 Annual Angel 2007 #22407 Girl Praying #0236 Primavera Infantil Spring #05217 Geisha Paradise Leonardo Collection Boxed £50-80 862

Set of six Mintons tiles, painted overglaze, depicting an archer with hound and a maiden with a hawk. 6 x 6in. (15 x 15cm) £40-60

863

English 19th century cream and gilt decorated part dinner service, comprising two large meat plates, 18” dia, smaller meat plate, 15” dia, four dishes, 10” dia and ten dessert plates, 8.5”dia, eighteen dinner plates, 10” dia and ten soup plates, 10” dia £300-500

864

Paragon China limited edition Edward VIII coronation loving cup, with twin lion handles, no.513/1000, 4½in. (10cm) £150-250

865

Late 19th century Meissen porcelain plate, with floral decoration and gilt highlighting, underglaze blue crossed swords, 9” diameter £100-150


866

Late 19th century Meissen porcelain plate, decorated with figures in a landscape, ships at sea and gilt highlighting, underglaze blue crossed swords, 10” diameter £200-300

867

Nineteenth century Sevres style oval box with a deep blue ground and cartouches decorated with landscapes and figures 6in. (15cm) £50-80

868

Nineteenth Century oval dish and two matching bowls 10in. (25cm) £30-50

869

Ten miniature porcelain cups and saucers including Spode and Coalport plus a miniature tea service, teapot, saucers, jug and cup £50-100

870

Italian pottery plaque decorated with Putti 10” dia £40-60

Meissen figural group of a young woman with a putti riding a shell carried by mermen, on a stand in the form of a rocky outcrop with water cascading down the sides, crossed swords marks to base and numbered 124 1.40in. (4cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

884

871

872 873

Wemyss basket decorated with chickens heavily restored 12 x 16in. (30 x 41cm) £100-200

874

A Cantagali Italian Maiolica pottery wall charger depicting mother and child in relief, surrounded by childrens faces with a highly decorated fruit border, displaying pineapples, lemons, oranges, stamped Cantagali verso, 15” dia. £200-400

875

Copeland Spode 19th Century part dessert service comprising ten plates 9” dia and two tazzas each one with hand painted landscape decoration, with pink and gilt borders. £100-150

876

19th Century Sevres style porcelain bowl with gilt metal mounts decorated with figures in garden settings 9 x 18 x 18in. (23 x 46 x 46cm) £60-100

877

Pair of Copeland and Garrett cabinet plates decorated with birds 9” dia £60-80

878

Carlton Ware vase “Studio Noir” Rain Man, 8.5” high £50-80

879

Set of six Royal Doulton Dessert plates by S. Wilson 9”dia. £60-100

880

Nineteenth century Staffordshire part dessert service decorated with various flowers highlighted in gilt including tall comport Three low comports Nine 9” plates £80-120

Pair of nineteenth century Dresden figural groups of young children playing 6in. (15cm) £200-300

881

Pair of Doulton Lambeth green glazed slender vases, 12” h, , together with a similar decorated pair with wavy rim edges, 6” h £70-100

882

Wedgwood & Bentley teapot in the form of a bunch of bamboo £100-150

883

Early 20th century Delft bowl, 9” and a similar ewer 8.5”, high £80-120

884 871

Royal Worcester set of six teacups and saucers painted with pheasants by James Stinton, with six silver spoons, in original case £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 63


885

Group of German Rhenish Westerwald and other salt glaze pottery including an early cylindrical bottle vase, two flat sided bulbous bottles, one decorated with a horse, four other jugs and two bowls £150-250

886

Group of early pottery including a 16th century glazed terracotta kettle, a medieval jug, an 18th century strawberry cup with pinched handle and a 17th century cauldron £100-150

887

Early 18th century German Westerwald salt glazed jug, painted decoration, monogram GR 6½in. (15cm) £100-150

GLASS This section of the sale will not commence before 12.40 pm Thursday 21st March 888

A cut glass decanter with silver mount and various other glassware £50-80

889

18th century brown/green glass wine bottle, with circular seal marked James Oakes Bury 1771, 11in. (28cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 890

Pair of Waterford crystal glasses, four House of Commons glasses, six Webb crystal glasses, four Majestic crystal glasses, and two Stuart crystal House of Lords glasses £50-80

889 64

899 891

Pair of late 19th century clear glass two-tiered table lustres, with hanging drops on round bases, 12½in. (30cm) £100-150

892

Suite of 226 mostly Waterford crystal drinking glasses, comprising thirty champagne flutes, thirty whisky tumblers, twenty-four sherry glasses, thirty-six white wine glasses, forty water glasses, thirty-six red wine glasses and thirty brandy schooners £1,000-1,500

893

18th Century wine glass with double air twist stem 6in. (15cm) £50-100

894

18th Century champagne flute with double air twist stem 6in. (15cm) £60-80

895

18th Century wine glass with half fluted bowl with double air twist stem and a 19th C wine glass with double knot air twist stem 6in. (15cm) £80-120

896

Engraved glass for the Marriage of A.C.B to A.E.P 27th March 1874 front engraved with oval cartouche, landscape with buildings 9in. (23cm) £60-80

897

R. Lalique glass perfume bottle in the form of a scallop shell 4in. (10cm) £30-50


898

Lalique glass figure of an owl 3½in. (8cm) £30-50

899

Large 18th Century glass bottle, with top sealed possibly for a lamp conversion 14in. (36cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 900

Pair of Baccarat style clear glass lamp bases 11in. (28cm) £50-80

901

Pair of 19th Century Bristol blue cut glass decanters 12in. (30cm) £80-120

902

Set of nineteenth Century cut glass wine glasses and a matching set of nine bowls 4” high 6in. (15cm) £60-100

903

Pair of 19th century style gilt metal candelabra with glass lustres, each 22in. (56cm) £150-250

904

Early 20th century silver plated and clear glass urn, 17in high £50-80

TOYS This section of the sale will not commence before 12.45 pm Thursday 21st March 905

Bassett-Lowke ‘O’ gauge locomotive 42608 £600-800 See Illustration. 906

Bassett-Lowke ‘O’ gauge locomotive and tender 62078 £200-300 See Illustration. Bassett-Lowke ‘Flying Scotsman’ ‘O’ gauge locomotive and tender (loco boxed) £400-600 See Illustration.

907

908 908

Bassett-Lowke ‘O’ gauge green locomotive with 866 tender £200-300 See Illustration. 909

Black locomotive and tender, ‘O’ gauge, Exley Pullman cars and other carriages £200-300

910

19th Century bisque headed leather jointed doll in linen and lace costume with real hair 14in. (36cm) £100-200

911

20th Century Continental doll with cloth body 21in. (53cm) £25-35

912

Six lead models of paddle steamers the longest 6” in length £30-50

913

Large collection of train carriages and goods wagons all unboxed £100-200

914

Large collection of all boxed train carriages and goods wagons and tenders, mostly Hornby 00 gauge to include R 2508 Network South East Class 121 Driving Motor Brake 55031 £200-400

915

Hornby 00 Gauge Kentish Belle Schools class locomotive and three Pullman cars, boxed, R2079 £50-80

916

Hornby OO Gauge R 2580 SR 4-6-0 king Arthur Class N15 “Excalibur”, boxed and another, Hornby OO Gauge SR 4-4-0 Class T9 “729” £50-80

917

Bachmann Branch-Line Model Railways, Class 411 4 car EMU Set, boxed,together with Bachmann Branch -Line 166 Turbo 3 car DMU “Thames Trains”, boxed set and a Hornby Locomotive and tender, “Exeter” 21C101 in presentation box £70-100

907

905

906

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918

919

920

921

Hornby OO Gauge Railroad locomotive and Tender, R2785 BR Green 9F Evening Star No 92220, together with Hornby OO Gauge R2249 LMS 2-8-0 Class 8F Locomotive Weathered “8042” and R2686B BR 4-6-0 Class 5 Locomotive “Carnforth” 44871, all boxed £70-100 Hornby OO Gauge R.380 SR Schools Class V Loco “Stowe” together with R.055 LMS Class 4P Loco 2-6-4 Tank, R.084 BR 4-4-0 Schools Class “Clifton” and R.057 SR 4-4-0 Locomotive “Charterhouse”, (tender missing), all boxed £70-100 Hornby OO Gauge R2508 Network South East Class 121 Driving Motor Brake “55031” together with Hornby OO Gauge R2192 BR 4-6-2 Britannia Class 7MT Locomotive “Anzac”, Special Edition, Hornby OO Gauge Railroad R2882 S & DJR 0-6-0T Class 3F, Fleischmann 4000 Locomotive £70-100

930

Dinky play worn Military vehicles, approx 30, to include tanks, jeeps and cannons £70-100

931

Lima N gauge trains to include two trains, three coaches and thirteen trucks £70-100

932

Early Matchbox playworn cars and trucks, to include advertising trucks, cars and heavy goods vans, approx 40, circa 1950s £70-100

933

Meccano Magazines January - December 1939 £70-100

934

Matchbox cars, mostly in Mint condition with original boxes, approx (60), with catalogues £70-100

935

German bisque headed doll monogrammed HW, 4” high, and a plush blond teddy bear, 17” high £80-120

MEDALS AND MILITARIA

South Eastern Finecast boxed trains(4) together with a selection of locomotives, loose, condition mixed, to include Hornby Locomotives “Fulham”, “Brighton”, “Piccadilly” and “Boxhill”. £150-250

This section of the sale will not commence before 1.00 pm Thursday 21st March

922

Eight various locomotives to include Bachmann Sir Walter Raleigh 30852 and Robert Blake, all unboxed. £150-250

936

923

Eleven various Locomotives to include Hornby OO Gauge “Barnstaple” & “Cranleigh”, all unboxed. £200-300

924

Two Pelham puppets, Indian girl and Sailor in original boxes £30-50

925

Two Space Walk Man Tin Plate Robots, in original boxes, three early tin plate cars, including an ambulance, police car and racing car and a Kay Peep-scope featuring Buck Ryan £100-150

926

18th century oak military trunk for Hugh Cossart Baker 27th regiment, studded top original label to lid and painted front panel Hugh Cossart Baker (1760-1802) His birth place was Glanmere, Cork, Ireland. In his military service, he attained the rank of Captain in the 27th Regiment of Foot. Hugh married Dorcas Phipps in Ireland in 1787. 13 x 29 x 15in. (33 x 74 x 38cm) £300-500

937

Group of WWI and WWII medals, comprising 1914-1918 medal to 51862 Cpl E. H. King the Queen’s Regiment, 1939-1945 Defence medal, two 1939-1945 medals, The Africa Star and The Italy Star, two Stalag tags and other ephemera, £100-150

Hornby Dublo Electric Train set “Duchess of Montrose”, boxed , together with carriages and train track £40-60

938

19th century officer’s sabre with shagreen grip, bronze pommel and hand guard, with leather and metal mounted sheath, 29” long £80-120

927

Hornby Dublo D1 Through Station boxed together with Hornby Dublo D1 Island Platform, boxed. £50-80

939

19th/20th century officer’s sword, with shagreen handle and steel hand guard, the blade marked ‘ Royal Army Service Corps’, in leather sheath, 41” long £80-120

928

Hornby Dublo D1 level crossing, D1 footbridge(2), D1 signal cabin, all boxed, together with Hornby Dublo train track, curved terminal rail, boxed, isolating switch points, boxed, Safety Minor transformer power unit and small amount of train accessories. £70-100

940

Two African spears with iron tips, the longest with iron terminal, 56” long, the other 33”, £40-60

941

Royal Navy officer’s sword, with shagreen handle, bronze lion’s head pommel and hand guard, blade marked Stroud & Son, in leather and metal mounted sheath, 37” long £150-250

942

Two 19th century French steel and brass handled bayonets, one marked indistinctly and dated 1868, the other unmarked, in steel sheaths, each 28” long £40-60

929

66

Dublo Dinky Toys Royal Mail van and an Austin & Bedford truck together with Lesney Aston Martin,Vauxhall Victor, Morris Minor, Commer 30 cwt van, Morris J2 pick-up and a mobile canteen and Models of Yesteryear pick up truck £30-50


951

15ct gold masonic medal in the form of a set square, 12g £300-500

952

Five Masonic silver gilt and silver medals, and three others £100-200

WINE This section of the sale will not commence before 1.05 pm Thursday 21st March

943

953

Modern stained wood and brass wine pourer, 14in. (36cm) £40-60

954

Two bottles of vintage port and one bottle of vintage Haut Brion red wine (3) comprises Offley Boa Vista 1972 vintage port Dows 1970 vintage port Chateau Haut Brion 1970 Apellation Graves controlee £60-80

955

Four bottles of French Vintage wine mixed bottles Includes Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru Domaine Ardhuy 1993 Cos d’Estornel Saint Estephe 1993 Chateau Marquis de Terme Margaux 1995 Chateau Gruaud Larose Saint-Julien 1993 £40-60

World War II Luftwaffe Schnappes beaker engraved ‘Flieger-Horst Werl 1939-1941’, underside stamped, 800 C.Tewes with two acceptance stamps, hammered finish Historical note: Horst Werl was a pilot in the secret operational Luftwaffe unit K.G. 200. He flew one of the most spectacular rescue missions of WWII, the retrieval of the German Weather Party from the East Coast, Greenland in a JU290. 2.90 x 2in. (7 x 5cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

944

943

Adolf Hitler (1889-1945), three signed images of Hitler, from the Bundeskampf cigarette enclosure series, signed in black ink, one clear and two faded, removed from Lt. Col F.W. Anderson, British Bombing Survey Unit, personal album liberated from a visit to Hitlers summer home in Berchtesgaden (3) PROVENANCE: It is recorded that Hitler did sign a number of cigarette card series to part-fund the NSDAP, sold with provenance £800-1,200

956

Bottle of Penfolds Grange Bin 95 1991 Vintage 1990, Bottled 1991 £60-80

957

Bottle of Clos Ste Hune Reisling 1992 plus two other botlesof german wine(3) includes One bottle of Trimbach 1990 One bottle of Materne Haegelin 1997 £80-100

958

Two Bottles of Penfolds Cabernet Sauvignon Bin 707 1991 £60-80

959

Four bottles HINE vintage champagne cognac 1985 £80-120

960

One bottle Bushmills Millenium malt Irish whisky Cask No.296 bottle number 296/243 £60-100

961

One bottle Bushmills Millenium malt Irish whisky Cask No.296 bottle number 296/244 £60-100

945

WW1 machine gun sights

946

Two French World War I bayonets 26in. (66cm) £50-80

947

19th century curved sword in scabbard £50-80

962

948

Pair of 19th century painted wood and metal bound military trunks inscribed Capt Bor RMA 24 x 48 x 25in. (61 x 122 x 64cm) £300-500

One bottle Bushmills Millenium malt Irish whisky Cask No.296 bottle number 296/245 £60-100

963

18th/ 19th century percussion cap rifle, with brass inlay and engraved decoration, mahogany butt, iron ram rod, 46” long £100-200

Moet & Chandon Champagne 150cl bottle and ten bottles of mixed champagne incl. Brut and Cava £80-120

964

Ten bottles of Red wine to include Cabernet Sauvignon £40-60

18th century style Eastern rifle length 57” and another similar 26” £50-80

965

Ten bottles of Red wine to include Rioja and Shiraz £40-60

949

950

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966

Burmester 10 Year Old Tawny Port, 1982 Royal Oporto Vintage Port, Ballantines Scotch Whisky and four bottles of White wine (7) £30-50

967

18 bottles of various spirits to include Rum, Disaranno, Absinthe, Gordons Gin etc. £30-50

968

Booth’s Finest Dry Gin, 70 degree proof gin; and a Gordon’s Dry Gin 1.13 litres, and an old style Duty Free bottle with orange and yellow label. £30-50

OIL PAINTING WATER-COLOURS AND PRINTS This section of the sale will not commence before 1.10 pm Thursday 21st March

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Artists’ resale rights. Buyers of lots executed by qualifying artists are subject to ARR payments which will be added to the purchaser’s invoice. Where possible such lots are marked in the catalogue with §. The charge will be applied only where the hammer price exceeds 1,000 Euros and will be at a maximum of 4% for full details see www.dacs.org.uk or telephone +44 (0)845 410 3410 969

§ Frank Wootton (British, 1914-1998) - Cley Mill, Norfolk, landscape with windmill, signed, oil on board, gallery label verso ‘E. Stacy-Marks’, 11 x 15in 11 x 15½in. (28 x 38cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 970

Frank Wootton Limited Edition coloured print “Going Out With Hounds” No 29/850, signed in pencil 15 x 22in. (38 x 56cm) £40-60

971

Walter Duncan ARWS - watercolour of a logging team dated 1910, 7” x 10” £300-500

973 972

James Hughes Clayton - pair of watercolours, cottage scenes with figures and farm animals. 14” x 16” £800-1,200 See Illustration. 973

§ Garnet Ruskin Wolseley (1884-1967) - pastel of young girl, signed, 15 x 12" £500-800 See Illustration. 969

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§ Violet Thorpe Lindsell (active 1912-1927) Baveno, Lake Maggiore, signed watercolour, 14 x 10in Swan Gallery Dorchester verso £500-800 See Illustration. 975

William Edward Croxford - “A Corner of Newlyn, Cornwall”, signed watercolour, 10 x 17in £500-1,000 See Illustration. 976

Thomas Faed, 1826-1900 - The Cottagers Home, 1871, signed, oil on board, 7.5” x 10.5” £500-800 See Illustration. 976

977

974

978 977 975

J. Dahl, 19th century Danish school, galleon and other ships, signed and dated 1879, oil on canvas, 18” x 26” £400-600 See Illustration. 978

Walter Dendy Sadler, ‘The Cellarman’, Oil, signed with initials, 12” x 9” £400-600 See Illustration. 69


979 979

Maria Sibylla Jordens, Koi, signed oil on canvas Provenance: Part of the German Royal House of Hohenzollern Collection Germany 27 x 54in. (69 x 137cm) £400-600 See Illustration. J.W. Perry , Colonial Victorian landscape with mountains in the distance, gilt frame, signed and dated 1896. 20 x 35in. (51 x 89cm) £100-200 See Illustration.

982

Pair of 19th century prints ‘Black Monday on the departure for School’ after W.R. Bigg and ‘Julius Dulce Domum or The Return from School’, each 18” x 27” £100-200

983

Pair of 19th century prints ‘The Sailor’s Conversation’ and ‘The Country Butcher’ each 18 x 22in. (46 x 56cm) £50-80

984

Three Middle East style landscape watercolours by Marin, signed, each 12” x 7.5” £100-150

985

After Cecil Aldin print, ‘The Christmas Coach’ 11 x 17in. (28 x 43cm) £50-80

986

After Dandy Sadler, 19th century, a pair dry point etchings of an elderly couple, one titled Darby and Joan signed in pencil 22 x 25in. (56 x 64cm) £80-120

987

T. E. Francis, watercolour, courtyard scene with figure and chickens signed 11 x 17in. (28 x 43cm) £80-120

988

C. H. Slater, still life of grapes and apple signed, watercolour 7 x 9in. (18 x 23cm) £80-120

989

A pair of 19th century watercolour yachting scenes unsigned 10 x 8in. (25 x 20cm) £150-250

990

Leslie L. Hardy Moore, ‘Irstead Norfolk’ signed watercolour The Mall Galleries label verso 14 x 21in. (36 x 53cm) £200-300

980

981

Benjamin Burnell (1769-1828) - A group of watercolours illustrating the arts. comprising Grammar, Arithmetic, Oratory, Music, Astronomy and Geometry (6), each signed, 14” x 10.5” each. PROVENANCE: Two other works by Burnell, entitled ‘Music’ and ‘Geometry’ were exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1812, numbers 745 and 747. Purchased at Sotheby’s, ‘Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century British Drawings and Watercolours’ 14th November 1996, lot 147. £800-1,200

991 980

70

Dorothy Parsons still life of flowers signed pastel Mall Gallery label verso 17 x 27in. (43 x 69cm) £60-100


999

995 992

Leslie L. Hardy Moore ‘Wells next to the sea Norfolk’ signed watercolour The Mall Galleries label verso 15 x 21in. (38 x 53cm) £200-300

993

Philip Meninsky - ‘End of the day in the Correze’, watercolour, signed £80-120

994

19th century, landscape with cattle watering in the foreground, oil on canvas cliffs in the distance, indistinctly signed, 23½ x 35½in. (58 x 89cm) £300-500

1000

995

Oliver Clare, still-life of fruit, oil on canvas, signed and dated, 12 x 9½in. (30 x 23cm) £250-350 See Illustration. 996

19th century seascape with boats in full sail, signed Browne, oil on canvas, 7½ x 11½in. (18 x 28cm) £40-60

997

19th century continental seascape with a boat coming into harbour, signed Eniestdorff, oil on canvas, 9½ x 11½in. (23 x 28cm) £60-100

998

M. M. Jacobi, British, old windmill at Guildford, Surrey, signed, oil on canvas, 11 x 20in. (28 x 51cm) £250-350

999

19th century seascape with a three masted ship and other vessels in harbour, oil on canvas, 18 x 32in. (46 x 81cm) £200-300 See Illustration.

1001 1000

Gustave de Breanski 1856-1898, ‘Beached fishing boats, low tide, Dover’, signed, oil on canvas, 23 x 35in. (58 x 89cm) £1,200-1,800 See Illustration. 1001

§ A. Fontville de Breanski, 1877-1945, river landscape with trees and cattle, signed, oil on canvas, 16 x 23in. (41 x 58cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 1002

16th century/17th century black and white engraving, ‘Corones and Jupiter’ £150-200

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1007

Arthur Dean set of four watercolours hunting hounds signed and dated 1906 each 10 x 15in. (25 x 38cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 1008

Set of six 19th century cock fighting prints, each 8” x 9” £50-80

1009

Clare Fehrenbach (19th century ) pair of oval charcoals religious scenes of female figures in pre-Raphaelite style signed 24 x 19in. (61 x 48cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

1003

1006 Set of four

1005 1003

Thomas Sydney Cooper 1803-1902, cattle and sheep, pair, signed oils on canvases 9½ x 17in. (23 x 43cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 1004

Early 20th century portrait of a young boy, wearing a blue jacket and white ruff, indistinctly signed and dated 1902, 23½ x 19½in. (58 x 48cm) £100-200

1007 Set of four

1005

Hamilton Macallum (1841-1896) ‘Luring a tide’, three young boys fishing, oil on canvas signed and dated 1880 signed and titled on stretcher verso, 25 x 37in. (64 x 94cm) £2,500-3,500 See Illustration. 1006

George Derville Rowlandson set of four hunting watercolours signed each 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £1,200-1,800 See Illustration. 1009

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1017

Over mantel mirror, top section inset with oil on canvas Cappriccio scene with figures on horseback by unknown artist above a triple mirror. Gilt carved wood in gesso frame decorated with oak-leaves and acorns First half of the eighteenth century 49 x 59in. (124 x 150cm) £3,500-5,000 See Illustration. 1018

19th century print ‘Floreat Antonia’ 37 x 30in. (94 x 76cm) £50-100

1019

19th century print ‘Scotland Forever’ 27 x 41in. (69 x 104cm) £50-100

1020 1010

Rudolf Ernst Austrian 1854 -1932, interior scene signed oil on panel dated 1882 Provenance:consigned by a local private client who inherited it as part of a small single owner collection of 19th century and modern art 21 x 17in. (53 x 43cm) £10,000-15,000 See Illustration.

1016 1010

Thomas Rowlandson ‘Place des Victoires Paris 1789’ original engraving with contemporary hand colouring framed 16” x23” £600-1,000 See Illustration. 1011

William James Laidlay (1846-1912) - Evening On The Nile, oil on canvas, signed and dated, under glass in gilt frame 17 x 24in. (43 x 61cm) £300-500

1012

Henry Earp? - watercolour landscape 6 x 12in. (15 x 30cm) £50-80

1013

Charles Collins, pair of watercolour landscapes of views of ‘The Hogs Back’, signed, each 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £200-300

1014

John MacPherson, seascape with boats, 8½ x 13in. (20 x 33cm) £150-250

1015

19th century watercolour landscape scene, 9½ x 13in. (23 x 33cm) £100-150

1017

1016

Lazlo Rittar - Venetian view, oil on board, gilt frame 15 x 21in. (38 x 53cm) £500-700 See Illustration. 1020

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1025

Victor Petry 20th century life on of flowers signed oil on board stamped verso ‘The copyright of this picture is the property of the artist and is strictly reserved’ 15 x 11in. (38 x 28cm) £300-500

1026

B Roscioli 20th century italian school still life vase of flowers signed and dated 1960 oil on canvas Galley label and inscribed verso 20 x 16in. (51 x 41cm) £100-200

1027

In the manor Moïse Kisling Polish (1891 -1953) potrait of a young women signed oil on canvas signed verso ‘ 3 Rue Bara Paris (VI) Note paint has been overpainted and heavily restored 22 x 18in. (56 x 46cm) £500-800

1028

Bruno Roscioli 20th century Italian School, city scene signed and dated 1960 oil on canvas Galley label and inscribed verso 24 x 20in. (61 x 51cm) £200-300

1029

A Edel pair of dry point etchings ‘The Oyster shacks’ signed in pencil each 4 x 5in. (10 x 13cm) £60-100

1023

1030

Drummond 19th century Scottish School pastel portrait of a fisherman signed and dated 84 19 x 15in. (48 x 38cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 1031

C Weller 19th century English School interior scene children playing with pets signed oil on canvas 19 x 27in. (48 x 69cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1032

Irwin D. Hoffman (American) dry point etching The Budapest String Quartet signed in pencil 11 x 15in. (28 x 38cm) £200-300

1033

Pair of French Military scene’s Napoleonic army retreat from Moscow, signed Gray? oil on canvases, 19th century, each 31 x 38in. (79 x 97cm) £2,000-3,000 See Illustration. 1030 1021

E C Simpson;19th century English school watercolour landscape with cattle signed 11 x 22in. (28 x 56cm) £100-200

1022

G De Meyer watercolour/ gouache various figures and a dog signed in pencil 8 x 10in. (20 x 25cm) £200-300

1023

Diebold (19th French School) Romeo and Juliet signed oil on canvas dated 1825 23 x 28in. (58 x 71cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 1024

74

20th century French School dancers indistinctly signed 20 x 16in. (51 x 41cm) £100-200

1031


1037

1040 1033 1034

19th century French landscape with figures, unsigned, oil on canvas 28 x 37in. (71 x 94cm) £300-500

1035

M L Bower charcoal Grandfather and child signed dated 1916 16 x 12in. (41 x 30cm) £300-500

1036

20th century school study of a nude unsigned oil on canvas 10 x 13in. (25 x 33cm) £80-120

Spode, study of a chestnut race- horse ‘Favonius’ oil on canvas initialled IS 19 x 24in. (48 x 61cm) £600-800 See Illustration.

1041

1037

1038

1039

After Henry Wilkinson signed coloured etching, hunting dog and bird signed in pencil 78/150 11 x 12in. (28 x 30cm) £30-50 After G Vernon Stokes coloured etching hunting dog and pheasant signed in pencil 18/75 11 x 12in. (28 x 30cm) £30-50

1040

Alfred Vickers ‘Nr. Ware Herts’ unsigned oil on canvas, plaque to frame 13 x 21in. (33 x 53cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1041

William Mellor ‘Mountain Stream Nr Capel Curig North Wales’ signed oil on canvas titled verso 11 x 17in. (28 x 43cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration.

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1042

1051

19th Century portrait of Mother and Child, unfinished sketch, oil on canvas, 19 x 25in. (48 x 64cm) £50-80

1052

19th Century portrait of a Gentleman with hands raised, oil on canvas in gilt frame 29 x 22in. (74 x 56cm) £100-150

1053

F.H.Tyndale, 19th Century watercolour, cattle in landscape with village beyond, signed 9 x 13in. (23 x 33cm) £80-120

1054

Kate Greenaway four prints, children playing, 4.5” x 6” and 8” x 3”, and five small prints framed as one £100-150

1055

Three watercolour collages of birds comprising two of water birds, the other of woodpeckers, each 17.5” x 13” £60-100

1056

Thomas Finchett, 19th century landscape scene featuring tranquil waters, signed, oil on canvas, 17.5” x 23.5” £200-300

1057 1043

Charles Poingdestre watercolour, ‘Horses and crowds outside an Italian town’ signed £400-600 See Illustration.

1042

William Mellor, Welsh landscape with cattle signed oil on canvas Haynes fine art label verso 12 x 22in. (30 x 56cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 1043

Arthur Gilbert (19th century) lake scene monogramed oil on canvas Haynes fine art label verso 14½ x 22in. (36 x 56cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 1044

Four continental pencil and watercolour studies of distinguished gentleman, framed, largest 5.5” x 4” £100-150

1045

J.P Wale - still life of flowers, watercolour 9½ x 8in. (23 x 20cm) £200-300

1046

19th Century portrait of George Youell, uncle of Emily Margaret Drought, unframed oil 24 x 20in. (61 x 51cm) £70-100

1047

19th Century portrait of a lady, unframed oil on canvas 30 x 25in. (76 x 64cm) £70-100

1048

19th Century portrait of a young Lady, with lace bodice, unframed oil on canvas 30 x 25in. (76 x 64cm) £70-100

1049

19th Century portrait of a Gentleman, oil on canvas, unframed 29 x 25in. (74 x 64cm) £50-80

1050

19th Century portrait of a Gentleman, unframed, oil on canvas 30 x 25in. (76 x 64cm) £50-80

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1061

Oil on canvas, Japanese portrait of lady 19 x 15in. (48 x 38cm) £50-80

1062

§ Wilhelm (Willi) Lorenz, German 1901-1981, snipe drinking at a pool, signed, oil on canvas, 23 x 31in. (58 x 79cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1063

19th Century Continental landscape depicting water mill and cattle, unsigned. oil on canvas in gilt frame 28 x 36in. (71 x 91cm) £250-400

1064 1064

§ P G Power, ‹Guns at dawn› Engagement between San Fiorenzo (Eng) and Piemontaise (French) 6th -8th March 1808 in the Indian Ocean oil on Canvas. 20 x 30in. (51 x 76cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 1065

§ P G Power, Yacht Fastnet at sea, oil on canvas 14 x 20in. (36 x 51cm) £300-500

1066

§ P G Power, Study of a wrecked ship, Davy Jones locker, oil on canvas. 14 x 20in. (36 x 51cm) £300-500

1067

After Raphael, copy of ‘’Madonna Della Sedia’, oil on canvas, diameter 29” £400-600

1068

William Linton, British 1791-1876, ‘An Italian Capriccio’, oil on canvas, Peter Cardiff Fine Art label verso, 23 x 34in. (58 x 86cm) £2,500-3,500 See Illustration. 1068

1069

Frederick W. Watts, 1800-1870, riverscape with cattle and figures on a bridge, oil on canvas, 17 x 23½in. (43 x 58cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 1070

William Shayer, British, scene outside a cottage with horse and cart and figures, signed and dated, oil on canvas, 17½ x 23in. (43 x 58cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.

1069 1058

Follower of MacLaughlan Milna, ‘A busy beach’ oil on canvas with incised signature £250-300

1059

Early 20th century British watercolour,’Shipping in the Straits of Gibraltar’ £150-200

1060

English school c.1904 gouache irises and other plants on a river bank, signed indistinctly £200-300

1070

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1071

Patrick Nasmyth, 1787-1831, landscape with cattle, church and figures on a bridge in the distance, signed and dated 1821, oil on canvas, 11½ x 16½in. (28 x 41cm) £2,000-3,000 See Illustration. 1072

Giuseppe Maraschini, b. 1839, copy of a Rembrandt self-portrait, oil on board, inscribed and Peter Cardiff Fine Art label verso, 7½ x 5½in. (18 x 13cm) £200-300

1073

Two prints after Claude Lorraine

1074

E. V. Fudge, fl. 1815-1846, ‘Portchester’, signed with initials, watercolour heightened with white, Peter Cardiff Fine Art label verso, 12 x 10in. (30 x 25cm) £50-80

£80-120

1075

William Noble Hardwick, 1805-1865, scene with figures and horses outside a tavern, watercolour, Peter Cardiff Fine Art label verso, 5 x 7in. (13 x 18cm) £150-250

1076

19th century English school, view of Heidelberg with mountains and lakes, watercolour, Peter Cardiff Fine Art label verso, 6½ x 8¼in. (15 x 20cm) £150-250

1077

Richard Principal Leitch, fl. 1844-1881, a village by a river, watercolour, Peter Cardiff Fine Art label verso, 9½ x 13in. (23 x 33cm) £250-350

1078

W. Noel Johnson landscape ‘ Assisi from the bed of the Tesico’ signed watercolour 20 x 29in. (51 x 74cm) £150-250

1079

Arthur G Bell river scene watercolour signed 14 x 20in. (36 x 51cm) £50-100

1080

George Robertson watercolour landscape 5 x 9in. (13 x 23cm) £30-50

1081

19th century watercolour street scene with horse monogramed M. E. H 8½ x 11in. (20 x 28cm) £50-100

1082

19th century watercolour of a farmhouse with various animals unsigned 11 x 18in. (28 x 46cm) £50-100

1083

19th century dry point etching indistinctly signed 18 x 27in. (46 x 69cm) £50-80

1084

After Chagall dry point etching of two female figures, unsigned 12 x 10in. (30 x 25cm) £150-250

1085

18th century French print of horses and riders by an Inn. Titled ‘Cabaretier Des Chassevrs’ 12 x 12in. (30 x 30cm) £50-80

1086

After Chagall dry point etching, figure by a locked door, unsigned £150-250

1087

Six 19th century charcoal landscapes taken from a sketchbook from an unknown artist, each 9” x 12” £30-50

1088

H. Tittensor, French market scene, signed watercolour 11 x 10in. (28 x 25cm) £150-250

1089

Bonzo series of The Studdy dogs’ portfolio 15 framed plates in colours individually framed including index published by The Sketch includes The end of the perfect day Also ran! Far from de old folks at home Every day, in every respect, I am getting better and better A-tish-oo! Missed! Oh,help! The Orgy! Thats what I think of you! As master sees me! That coal-black mammy O’ mine Grand Guignol Such stuff as dreams are made on The beggars opera Why the dickens did you cut me off? £120-180 1090

1071

78

Bonzo Book ‘Third Studdy dogs portfolio’ individually framed prints (17) including frontispiece and index includes A Cat and Dog Life Fair Exchange Studdys nightmare A Capital Levy The Pot hunter Katergy The communist I don’t know where I am Beaver Rabbits I believe Dormy six His Masters Vice William Tell jnr The Glider Taking the count £120-180


1091

Bonzos Star Turns ‘Fourth Studdy Dogs Portfolio’ of individually framed prints (17) Includes Bonzo saves the goal Bonzo palms the pill Bonzo makes his bed-but does not lie in it Bonzo gets the surprise of his life Bonzos bath night Bonzo and chee -kee keep smiling Bonzos burned nose Bonzo gives tongue Angel Face The shadow on the wall Bonzos paved hell Oh,Carnarvon Bonzo comes home with the milk Bogey Four:Bonzoe’s brethren The show girl: Bonzo’s pet aversion £120-180 1092

Bonzo series ‘The Second Study dogs Portfolio’ individually framed prints (17) including frontispiece and index Includes A miscarriage of justice The way of an eagle My mistake The ball-boy Jimmy Wild A pull to leg The treasure The Faithful Heart Lost Ball Ignominy One mans meat Memories His Broadcast masters voice You simply must save water Nobody Loves Me £120-180 1093 1094

Bonzo series ‘Studdy Dogs’ four individually framed prints includes Bonzo shows the Bonzolines how to do it Bonzo gets a mouthful Bonzo gets a Birdie A dogs life £30-40

1099

After Raphael, copy of ‘’Madonna Della Sedia’, oil on canvas, diameter 28” £150-250

1100

Continental still life of fruit signed A.Jpb....?, oil on canvas 18 x 25in. (46 x 64cm) £100-200

1101

Paul Falconer Poole (1807-1897), portrait of a young woman with flowers oil on metal 19 x 14in. (48 x 36cm) £400-600

1102

Ernst Gustav Girardot, ‘Art and Nature’, interior scene, oil on canvas, signed verso 13 x 11in. (33 x 28cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 1103

W.L.Wyllie drypoint etching of a steamer signed in pencil 11 x 20in. (28 x 51cm) £150-250

1104

Derek G M Gardner limited edition print - the capture of HM Big Sloop signed in pencil and three other similar prints 18 x 20in. (46 x 51cm) £80-120

1105

W L Wyllie dry point etching of a war ship 8 x 17in. (20 x 43cm) £100-200

1106

Rowland Langmaid, a pair of drypoint etchings of warships, signed in pencil 5 x 13in. (13 x 33cm) £80-120

1107

W L Wyllie dry point etching of sailing boats 4 x 13in. (10 x 33cm) £60-100

1108

After Keith Shackleton, HMS Endurance in ice, limited edition print 186/850 signed in pencil 21 x 26in. (53 x 66cm) £30-50

George Cooper Watercolour landscape of carts 14”x19 £40-60

1095

Arthur Davis watercolour of a windmill signed 13”x16” £400-600 1096

1102

Mikhail Matorin Russian school ‘Countryside near Moscow’ C.1950 oil on board signed verso Gallery label to verso 10 x 15in. (25 x 38cm) £80-120

1097

Piotr Soulimenko Russian School ‘Anchored Boat oil on card signed 10 x 13in. (25 x 33cm) £100-200

1098

John Hawksworth watercolour country landscape of a hunt signed 1.40 x 20in. (4 x 51cm) £80-100

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1117

In the manner of William Muller - middle eastern scene with figures by a fortified building, oil on panel 5¾ x 4¾in. (13 x 10cm) £150-250

1118

20th century continental school - street market scene, oil on canvas laid on card 20½ x 23½in. (51 x 58cm) £200-300

1119

Follower of Samuel Prout - ‘The Drapers’, watercolour 15½ x 10½in. (38 x 25cm) £80-120

1120

S.G. Rowles - etching, pilot ship leaving Dover harbour for Dungeness, signed in pencil, 9” x 9” together with a black and white etching of Mont Orgueil by Reginald Green, signed in pencil and another, ships off Gravesend, signed £100-150

1121

§ Margaret Hislop, Scottish 1894-1972 - lilies in a vase, signed, oil on board 26½ x 21¼in. (66 x 53cm) £700-1,000 See Illustration. 1122

19th century portrait of a young boy unsigned oil on canvas 24 x 17in. (61 x 43cm) £100-200

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1109

Set of three comical black and white prints by Geaves Sunday rounds Defaulters Grog 4 x 28in. (10 x 71cm) £30-50 1110

Large collection of loose naval related prints(49) mostly 6”x9” £50-80

1111

Thirty two 19th century black and white prints, mostly views of Italy £80-120

1112

After George Moorland - figures outside a cottage, oil on canvas, in gilt frame, signed 13 x 19in. (33 x 48cm) £300-500

1113

Ink sketch of a young boy with sand castles on a beach, indistinctly signed 4½ x 6in. (10 x 15cm) £100-150

1114

19th century English school - The Church at Denton, Buckinghamshire, monogrammed ‘SP’, watercolour 9 x 13in. (23 x 33cm) £100-150

1115

Robert E. Buckley - figures outside a thatched cottage, and figures on a river boat, signed and dated 1878, watercolour (pair) 11½ x 9in. (28 x 23cm) £150-250

1116

Henrie Pitcher, set of three portraits, comprising a bearded man in a tam o’shanter, a coachman holding a whip and a man wearing a green scarf, signed and dated ‘13, oil on board 9½ x 6½in. (23 x 15cm) £60-100

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Artists’ resale rights. Buyers of lots executed by qualifying artists are subject to ARR payments which will be added to the purchaser’s invoice. Where possible such lots are marked in the catalogue with §. The charge will be applied only where the hammer price exceeds 1,000 Euros and will be at a maximum of 4% for full details see www.dacs.org.uk or telephone +44 (0)845 410 3410 1123

§ Patrick Heron (1920-1999) - screen print on linen, untitled, 1955, 11.5" x 16.5" PROVENANCE: Part of a collection of modern art entered for sale by the executors of a deceased estate. Label verso Belgrave Gallery St Ives £400-600

1124

§ Graham Dean 'Hum Figure' 1999 PROVENANCE: Purchased at a sale of the artist’s works in 2004. 15 x 10in. (38 x 25cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1125

1126

§ Graham Dean 'Small Night Swimming Head' 2003 PROVENANCE: Painting was won at the very first Canvas UK charity art auction, in 2004. At which 30 artists donated a painting. 30 raffle tickets were sold for the event. and those lucky enough to get a ticket were guaranteed to win a painting, vendor had first choice of painting, and chose this one 11 x 16in. (28 x 41cm) £400-600

§ Graham Dean 'Bather Figure 2' 1998 PROVENANCE: Purchased at a sale of the artists works in 2004. 14 x 10in. (36 x 25cm) £400-600 See Illustration.


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§ Henri Haldin 'Into The Sea' 2004, PROVENANCE: Picture won at the third Canvas UK event. 36 x 36in. (91 x 91cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1128

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§ Ben Allen, 2004, modern study of a girl in pink neon outline. Sold with copy image of Ben Allen in his studio with the work in 2004. PROVENANCE: Painting purchased a sale of Ben Allen's work in 2004. 58 x 31in. (147 x 79cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 81


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P Jollain seated figure signed oil on canvas 14 x 9in. (36 x 23cm) £50-100

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After Marc Chagall print signed in pencil certificate verso 13 x 11in. (33 x 28cm) £150-250

1138

S Kena abstract mixed media signed 8 x 8in. (20 x 20cm) £60-100

1139

Bruno Mancinotti mixed media still life of flowers signed 18 x 12in. (46 x 30cm) £80-120

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§ Salvador Dali 'The Man Who Made Trees Blossom' limited edition etching and Pochoir colour signed in pencil 2/175 certificate verso 30 x 16in. (76 x 41cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

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Theatre poster for the play 'England, England’ at the Jeannetta Cochrane, signed by Feliks Topolski, depicting his artwork of The Krays, limited edition 44/75 £40-60

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§ Renato Bussi 20th century italian school abstract landscape, signed front and verso and inscribed 'Paris 1959 32 x 22in. (81 x 56cm) £200-300

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§ Salvador Dali signed print figures behind barbed wire 191/250 signed in pencil 24 x 18in. (61 x 46cm) £300-500

1143

Ernesto Treccani 20th century print of a trumpeter indistinctly signed artists proof 20 x 16in. (51 x 41cm) £200-300

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§ Geoffrey Robert Proud - still life with vase of flowers, signed and dated '84, coloured chalks and gouache on paper 4’11” x 3’11” PROVENANCE: Purchased in Sotheby’s Lockwell House Sale,15th March 1995, lot number 220 £400-600 See Illustration. 1131

§ Rib Bloomfield. 'Landscape 4', inscribed and dated '74 on reverse. 3’9” x 2’8.5”. PROVENANCE: Sold in Sotheby’s Lockwell House Sale,15th March 1995, lot number 188. £100-200

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Abstract sailor on red ground, signed oil on canvas. 29” x 23” £100-200

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Chatin Sarachi, Flower Composition IV, watercolour and crayon, signed and dated 1963 label verso for The Redfern Gallery dated April 1964 15 x 20in. (38 x 51cm) £70-100

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Harlequin and a mask 20th century watercolour unsigned watercolour possibly a costume design 3 x 2in. (8 x 5cm) £80-120

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§ Peter Max mixed media of the Statue of Liberty signed in oil, artist stamp verso 10 x 8in. (25 x 20cm) £500-800

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§ Jose Escofet, pair of signed limited edition prints of parrot tulips, signed and numbered 49/80, in cardboard folder £400-600 See Illustration. 1155

§ Cecil Rochfort D'Oyly John, 1906-1993, ‘Campo di Santa Sofia, Venice’, signed, oil on canvas, Stacy-Marks gallery label verso, 17½ x 25in. (43 x 64cm) £500-800

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Giles, signed monochrome print ‘To J.C., With Best Wishes from Giles’, framed, 23.5 x 31cm £40-60

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‘Blue Horse I’ contemporary print by Franz Marc. Stamped Franz Hanfstaengl Munch bottom left corner. 28 x 21½in. (71 x 53cm) £40-60

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20th century Cornish School. Row of houses by the sea. 13 x 16in. (33 x 41cm) £100-200

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Dido Powell, Fish 1, Gouache on paper, signed and dated 89 label verso for Contemporary Art Society Market 30 x 21in. (76 x 53cm) £30-50

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Ernesto Treccani (ITALIAN, 1920-1996) 20th century print on canvas indistinctly signed and tilted in pencil 39 x 27in. (99 x 69cm) £100-200

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§ Ernesto Treccani (ITALIAN, 1920-1996) Pair of limited edition oleographs abstract one inscribed verso and signed in pen 59 x 20in. (150 x 51cm) £300-500

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After L.S. Lowry, Limited Edition print, No 478/850 by HD Limited Editions, 13 x 9in. (33 x 23cm) £50-80

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§ After Pablo Picasso - ‹Vollard Suite›, black and white print £800-1,200

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§ After Pablo Picasso - 'Repas des enfants', colour lithograph on paper, limited edition 130/500, year of edition 1980, two blind stamps and stamped verso ‘John L. Spangberg 1979’, 21½ x 29½in. (53 x 74cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 1149

§ Gary Tricker (1938-) - 'Our Choice', etching 27/50, signed and dated 1988 to lower right, framed 15cm dia £70-100

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§ Mark Clark (1959-) - seated nude, etching 26/50, signed and dated, framed, 20 x 13cm £80-120

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Michael Reed, ‘Nga Vava’ (Malay), New Zealand artist, etching 8/20, signed and dated 1993, framed, 41.5 x 29cm £60-90

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Graham Sydney (1948-), New Zealand artist, ‘Standing Model’ (nude), monochrome lithograph 23/40, signed and dated 1992, framed, 66x 47cm £250-350

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Exactitude, Art Deco Railway Travel poster, designed by Pierre Felix-Masseau, 1982, framed, 98x 61cm £70-100 1154

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Rolf Harris ‘In the shade’ limited edition print 140/395 signed un-framed Image size 17” x 26” signed by the artist in pencil from the numbered edition of 395. Published by the Portland Gallery in London 2006. £150-250

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Rolf Harris ‘Fishing at Sunset’ Limited edition print. Artists proof signed un-framed 24” x 19” Signed by the artist in pencil .Published by the Portland Gallery 2006 £150-250

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§ Jack Vettriano 'Beautiful Dreamer' limited edition print on paper. Artists proof signed un-framed 28” x 22” signed by the artist in pencil. published by the Portland Gallery in 2006 £250-350 See Illustration. 1163

§ Jack Vettriano 'Just another day' limited edition print on paper. Artists proof signed un-framed 28” x 22” signed by the artist in pencil. Published by the Portland Gallery in London 2006 £250-350 See Illustration. 1164

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§ Jack Vettriano 'Her Secret Life' Limited edition print. Artists proof signed un-framed 20” x 16” signed by the artist in pencil. Published by the Portland Gallery in London 2006 £150-250

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§ Jack Vettriano 'Game On' Limited edition print on paper. Artists proof signed un-framed 20”x16” signed by the artist in Pencil. Published by the Portland Gallery London 2006 £300-500 See Illustration.

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Donald Hamilton Fraser RA ‘Launch Wash’ 17/225 and ‘Church in the Pyrenees’ 6/225 Two limited edition screen prints signed un-framed Both 20” x 15” signed in pencil by the artist. un dated £150-250

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Jeremy Dickinson ‘Thunderbird Bus Jump’65/175 ‘Bus Jump Chase’65/175 and Two Tone auto stack’65/175 limited edition prints (3) Three prints each 15” x 15.75” all signed in pencil by the artist undated £50-80

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Richard Tuff ‘Coombe Creek’ and Cadwith Boathouse’ two limited edition prints both artists proofs signed un-framed Each print 18.75” x 25” signed in pencil by the artist £30-50

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Rowland Hilder, ‘City at dawn’ lithographic reproduction print un-numbered edition of 850 signed un-framed Sheet size 16.5” x 24” Bearing the stamp of the Fine Art Trade Guild 1983 £30-50

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§ Joergen Gorg five original drawings in pencil from the book Augen Blicke signed un-framed Each drawing 13.5” x 10.5” signed by the artist in pencil dated 1995 on label to verso. One with colour added in pencil to small areas. £200-300

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Cuthbert Bradley 1861-1943 ‘The Polo Match’ reproduction print together with two other restrike etchings all on paper The Polo Match hand coloured 15.25” x 27” , New York in 1834 unknown artist 14.25” x 21”, New York in 1831 unknown artist 16” x21” £100-200

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Jane Poulton ‘Magic Skies’ and The Key to Many Doors’ framed limited edition prints signed and numbered by the artist (2) Each measures 12” x 12” £40-60

§ Jack Vettriano 'Night in the City' Limited edition print on paper. Artists proof signed un-framed 20” x 16” signed by the artist in pencil. Published by the Portland Gallery in London 2006 £250-350

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§ Jack Vettriano 'Night Geometry' limited edition print on paper, artists proof signed unframed 20”x16” signed by the artist in pencil. Published by the Portland Gallery in London 2006 £350-450 See Illustration. 1168

§ Jack Vettriano 'Pincer Movement' limited edition print. Artists proof signed un-framed 20”x16” signed by the artist in pencil. Published by the Portland Gallery in London 2006 £250-350

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§ Jack Vettriano 'His Favourite Girl' limited edition print on paper. Artists proof signed unframed 20”x16” signed by the artist in pencil. Published by the Portland Gallery in 2006 £250-350

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§ Jack Vettriano 'Private Dancer' limited edition print on paper. Artists proof signed un-framed 20”x16” signed by the artist in pencil. Published by the Portland Gallery in London 2006 £300-500

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Donald Hamilton Fraser RA ‘Hebrides’ limited edition screenprint with woodblock 75/175 1999 signed unframed 22””x 29” signed and numbered by the artist in pencil. £60-80

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§ Terry Frost RA 'Its a Good Space' limited edition screenprint 149/150 signed un-framed 19” X 17.5” signed and numbered by the artist in pencil £400-600 See Illustration.

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§ Terry Frost RA 'Swing Red Newlyn' limited edition screenprint 149/150 signed un-framed 19” X 17.5” signed and numbered by the artist in pencil £400-600

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Felix Topolsky ‘Opening of Parliament’ ltd. edition print 41/275 signed unframed 15” x 19.5” signed by the artist in crayon £80-120

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§ Salvador Dali 'King of Aragon' etching and mezzotint on paper unsigned proof copy 14” x10.5” Inscribed to verso ‘King of Aragon’ 1973 by Salvador Dali Etching and mezzotint on Regal paper 1973 Ref:: Tate Gallery London collection ref: PO 1864 £100-200

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Sam Toft eight limited edition prints signed un-framed Includes May be a humbug moment 69/250 14”x20” Giddy up Audrey A/P 9.5” x 27.5” Waking down the Avenue A/P 9.5” x 27.5” The world’s our oyster ,Doris 208/250 19.5 x 27.5 Walking the duck A/P 9.5” x 27.5” Tea for two A/P 9.5” x 27.5” Big Mustard 170/250 12.75” x 9.25” Snuggles at sunset A/P 14” X 10.5” £60-100 Paul Palmer four limited edition landscape prints signed un-framed Includes Summer Stream A/P 18” x 18” Field in Yellow A/P 18” x 18” Warm Reds A/P 15.5” x 23.5” Across the River A/P 15.5 “ x 23.5” £30-50 Kirsty Wither nine limited edition floral prints signed, un-framed includes Wee white matters 75/100 13.25” x 13.25” Grand Poppies 69/100 14” x 14” Creamy light A/P 15.75” x 15.75” Tight white buds A/P 13.5” x 17.5” Out of the blue A/P 19” x 15.75” Standing room only 72/100 21.5” x 15.75” Far few flowers A/P 23.5” x 15.5” Far few flowers A/P 23.5” x 15.5” Big patch of sun A/P 17.75” x 24” £50-80

Anne Magill nine limited edition prints of figurative scenes signed un-framed includes Last Evening 9/175 14” x 14” Ours 120/175 14” x 14” Saturday evening 131/175 14” x 18” By the river A/P 15” x 19” A journeys end A/P 15” x 22” To your door A/P 15” x 22.5” Storm A/P 15” x 25.5” A break in the cloud A/P 19” x 31” Saturday afternoon 50/175 14” x 17.75” £150-200

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A.Gorzola two nudes and one still life plus one other nude by Mark Demsteader limited edition prints signed un-framed (4) includes Muse I A/P 15” x 25.25” Muse II A/P 15” x 25.5” Grapes and Peaches A/P 20.5” x 19” Echoes 1110/175 18” x 12”(Demsteader) £30-50 Jeremy Dickinson ‘Truck Park I’ and ‘Car and caravan stack’ limited edition prints signed un-framed includes Truck park 1 86/175 16” x 30” Car and caravan stack A/P 24” x 24” signed in pencil by the artist £30-50 Mark Doig four limited edition prints plus two others signed un-framed (6) includes Figure reading on black and white tiles A/P 23” x 17” Centred figure with paper boats A/P 23” x 17” White boat A/P 23” x 17” Figure on floorboardsII A/P 28” x 21.3” Georgina turning A/P 30” x 22” indistinct signature Georgina kneeling A/P 30” x 22” indistinct signature £30-50 Three still lives of fruit limited edition prints signed un-framed indistinct signature includes Still life with oranges 89/150 Still life with lemons 89/150 Still life with apples 89/150 all 26” x 21” £30-50 Ilana Ricman? eight Continental townscapes limited edition prints signed un-framed includes Journaux A/P 10” x 13.75” Porch, St. Remy A/P 16” x 19.5” White lilies A/P 17” x 24 Hilltop gloss A/P 17” x 24” Sorrento cafe 143/250 23.5” x 16.5” Villa and geraniums 143/250 23.5” x 16.5” San francesco A/P 30” x 22” Hostal gimdada 25/150 22” x 29.5” £50-80 Fourteen limited edition prints by various artists signed un-framed includes Doges palace by Graham Bannister 243/300 10.5” x 10.5” My House by Chloe Chese (no edition shown) 19.5” x 14” 2 No. of Blue Fin 10/225 & 15/225 19” x 15.75” indistinctly signed Barafundle Bay by Richard Wardle 1989 VI/XXV 12.5” x 17” Lochtyn Beach by Richard Wardle 1989 VI/XXV 12.5” x 17 “ 2 No abstracts A/P 19” x 16” indistinctly signed Beethovens 6th Mixed media collage 28” x “20” Ricardo Benaim Setting Off by Dorothy Stirling A/P V/XXV 16” x “17.5” Winter west by Bob Saunders A/P 16” x 20” Moonbeam by Sylvia Edwards 90/175 22.5 x 17 Untitled by Sylvia Edwards XXIV/IV 24” x x”17.5” Racing scene /250 17” x 32” indistinctly signed £60-100


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Francis Bacon signed catalogue cover for the 1976 exhibition at the Juan March Foundation in Madrid, and a copy of the catalogue, PROVENANCE: Gifted to the vendor from Valerie Beston £150-250

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§ Francis Bacon, 1909-1992, oil on canvas, part of a painting circa 1953/4, painted as a study for a Francis Bacon Pope portrait. The canvas shows what the yellow, white and black edge and leg of a chair, and some of the white Papal clothing, on a black and blue ground, bearing similarities to the Bacon painting “Study after Velázquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X (1953)”. On stretchers, the reverse showing a still life painted in 1958, inscribed verso, ‘The Studio at Orchard Avenue’ signed by Lewis Todd (19252006). Height 36”, width 24” (additional 3” height and 4” width obscured where the canvas is nailed to stretchers). PROVENANCE: Part of a Francis Bacon work gifted by John Kesterton of the Heffer Gallery in Cambridge to the local artist Lewis Todd to allow him to use the reverse for his own paintings. This was done on the understanding that the canvases were to be cut up before use for his own work. Bacon always painted on the reverse of his canvases, the gift was made so that the impoverished young artist could made good use of them. Bequeathed direct by Todd to the present vendor. This work was inspected and authenticated by the Authentication Committee of the Francis Bacon Catalogue Raisonné in November 2012 A copy of the letter signed by Martin Harrison and confirming this attribution is sold with this work “..no doubt as to their authenticity.” This and other authenticated pieces were included in The Bacon Estate sponsored PhD course at Northumbria University in which samples have been analysed. Preliminary results confirm that all pigments and binding medium used are typical of Francis Bacon works of the 1950s and 1960s. 36 x 2.40in. (91 x 6cm) £25,000-35,000 See Illustration. 1195

§ Francis Bacon, 1909-1992, oil on canvas, part of a painting circa 1953/4, painted as a study for a Francis Bacon Pope portrait. The canvas shows the a typical yellow and white edge of a chair from a Bacon Pope portrait, on a striped purple, black, and blue ground. Bearing similarities to and thought to be part of a study for the Bacon painting “Study after Velázquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X (1953)” On stretchers, the reverse painted with a portrait of a man wearing a hat by Lewis Todd (1925-2006). Height 26”, width 22” (additional 3” height

and 2.5” width obscured as canvas nailed to stretchers). PROVENANCE: Part of a Francis Bacon work gifted by John Kesterton of the Heffer Gallery in Cambridge to the local artist Lewis Todd to allow him to use the reverse for his own paintings. This was done on the understanding that the canvases were to be cut up before use for his own work. Bacon always painted on the reverse of his canvases, the gift was made so that the impoverished young artist could made good use of them. Bequeathed direct to the present vendor. This work was inspected and authenticated by the Authentication Committee of the Francis Bacon Catalogue Raisonné in November 2012 A copy of the letter signed by Martin Harrison and confirming this attribution is sold with this work “..no doubt as to their authenticity.” This and other authenticated pieces were included in The Bacon Estate sponsored PhD course at Northumbria University in which samples have been analysed. Preliminary results confirm that all pigments and binding medium used are typical of Francis Bacon works of the 1950s and 1960s. 26 x 22in. (66 x 56cm) £10,000-20,000 See Illustration. 1196

§ Francis Bacon, 1909-1992, oil on canvas, part of a painting circa 1953/4, painted as a study for a Francis Bacon Pope portrait. The canvas shows typical vertical black stripes as a background. Bacon frequently used a striped background for his portraits during this period. Title of a Lewis Todd painting written in pencil along with “A Francis Bacon Screaming Pope” inscribed verso. On stretchers, the reverse showing a still-life oil painting by Lewis Todd (1925-2006). Height 24”, width 18” (additional 3” height and 3” width obscured as canvas nailed to stretchers). PROVENANCE: Part of a Francis Bacon work gifted by John Kesterton of the Heffer Gallery in Cambridge to the local artist Lewis Todd to allow him to use the reverse for his own paintings. This was done on the understanding that the canvases were to be cut up before use for his own work. Bacon always painted on the reverse of his canvases, the gift was made so that the impoverished young artist could made good use of them. Bequeathed direct to the present vendor. This work was inspected and authenticated by the Authentication Committee of the Francis Bacon Catalogue Raisonné in November 2012 A copy of the letter signed by Martin Harrison and confirming this attribution is sold with this work “..no doubt as to their authenticity.” This and other authenticated pieces were included in The Bacon Estate sponsored PhD course at Northumbria University in which samples have been analysed. Preliminary results confirm that all pigments and binding medium used are typical of Francis Bacon works of the 1950s and 1960s. 24 x 18in. (61 x 46cm) £10,000-20,000 See Illustration.

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§ Francis Bacon, 1909-1992, oil on canvas, part of a painting circa 1953/4, painted as a study for a Francis Bacon Pope portrait. The canvas shows a set of curtain rings on a black ground with three lines of a cube. The use of black as a background and apparent cube structures around figures was frequently employed by Bacon. The piece is thought to be part of a study for a Pope Portrait, there are similar rings in “Untitled (Pope)” ill. in “Francis Bacon The violence of the real” by Armin Zweite plate 10 page 116. On stretchers, the reverse showing a boy reading a book by Lewis Todd (1925-2006). Height 30”, width 25” (additional 4.5” height and 5” width obscured as canvas nailed to stretchers). PROVENANCE: Part of a Francis Bacon work gifted by John Kesterton of the Heffer Gallery in Cambridge to the local artist Lewis Todd to allow him to use the reverse for his own paintings.

This was done on the understanding that the canvases were to be cut up before use for his own work. Bacon always painted on the reverse of his canvases, the gift was made so that the impoverished young artist could made good use of them. Bequeathed direct to the present vendor. This work was inspected and authenticated by the Authentication Committee of the Francis Bacon Catalogue Raisonné in November 2012 A copy of the letter signed by Martin Harrison and confirming this attribution is sold with this work “..no doubt as to their authenticity.” This and other authenticated pieces were included in The Bacon Estate sponsored PhD course at Northumbria University in which samples have been analysed. Preliminary results confirm that all pigments and binding medium used are typical of Francis Bacon works of the 1950s and 1960s. 30 x 25in. (76 x 64cm) £15,000-25,000 See Illustration.


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§ Francis Bacon, 1909-1992, oil on canvas, part of a painting circa 1953/4, painted as a study for a Francis Bacon Pope portrait. The canvas shows what appears to be the fleshy hand and arm of a Bacon Pope. Also visible is the white and green arm of the chair. On a black and blue ground. The piece is a part of a study for a Francis Bacon Pope Portrait, an example of which “Untitled (Pope)” was sold by Sothebys in New York in November 2012 for £18.7 million. Painting has been removed from stretchers. The reverse showing a painting of a house and tree by Lewis Todd (1925-2006). 21” x 26” PROVENANCE: Part of a Francis Bacon work gifted by John Kesterton of the Heffer Gallery in Cambridge to the local artist Lewis Todd to allow him to use the reverse for his own paintings. This was done on the understanding that the canvases were to be cut up before use

1195 for his own work. Bacon always painted on the reverse of his canvases, the gift was made so that the impoverished young artist could made good use of them. Bequeathed direct to the present vendor. This work was inspected and authenticated by the Authentication Committee of the Francis Bacon Catalogue Raisonné in November 2012 A copy of the letter signed by Martin Harrison and confirming this attribution is sold with this work “..no doubt as to their authenticity.” This and other authenticated pieces were included in The Bacon Estate sponsored PhD course at Northumbria University in which samples have been analysed. Preliminary results confirm that all pigments and binding medium used are typical of Francis Bacon works of the 1950s and 1960s. 21 x 26in. (53 x 66cm) £25,000-35,000 See Illustration.

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§ Francis Bacon, 1909-1992, oil on canvas, part of a painting circa 1953/4, painted as a study for a Francis Bacon Pope portrait. Deep blue and black vertical lines. Inscribed verso in pen “Apples - by Lewis Todd” and “Francis Bacon cast off! in 1950’s” on stretchers. The reverse showing a still life of apples signed by Lewis Todd (1925-2006). Height 20”, width 16” (additional 2” height and 2.5” width obscured as canvas nailed to stretchers). PROVENANCE: Part of a Francis Bacon work gifted by John Kesterton of the Heffer Gallery in Cambridge to the local artist Lewis Todd to allow him to use the reverse for his own paintings. This was done on the understanding that the canvases were to be cut up before use for his own work. Bacon always painted on the reverse of his canvases, the gift was made so that the impoverished young artist could made good use of them. Bequeathed direct to the present vendor. This work has not been submitted to the Authentication Committee of the Francis Bacon Catalogue Raisonné but has come from the same source as the other five canvases in the sale and is attributed with the confidence of that Provenance. 20 x 16in. (51 x 41cm) £5,000-10,000 See Illustration.

END OF SECOND DAYS SALE

1207

Gentleman’s vintage leather folding trouser carrier with fitted interior 44 x 20 x 12in. (112 x 51 x 30cm) £50-80

1208

Large collection of 1960’s and later fabric rolls and sections £100-200

1209

An Edwardian dress of black velvet with hand lace collar and a black chiffon dress with pin tucking and lace panel £40-60

1210

Frank Usher early 1950s satin olive green dress with deep collar and pleated twist and a full metal loop under tier £40-60

1211

Three 1930’s evening dresses. Emerald green velvet and silk, cream dress with bead decoration and another in black lace £50-80

1212

1930s day dress, 1970’s wedding dress and a black wool coat with astrakhan collar £30-50

1213

1930’s evening dress of fine net with sequined panel and paste set plaque and another in emerald green chiffon over silver with matching shawl £50-80

1214

1930’s silk evening dress with spring flower print ruched front and a bias cut skirt Rip under one of the arms £40-60

1215

1930’s evening dress of black, with separate black slip Ercu lace and coffee silk dress and another in black satin with lace collar and cuffs £50-80

THIRD DAY'S SALE COSTUME FASHION AND TEXTILES This section of the sale will not commence before 10.30 am Friday 22nd March

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1930’s opera coat of cream silk velvet with styalised petal pattern ostrich feather trim £100-150 See Illustration. 1217

1930’s evening coat of black velvet with deep fur collar and cuffs, the silk lining with label ‘mackme Eme court furrier’ £50-80

1218

Black beaver jacket circa 1930’s and a 1950s white fur coat £40-60

1219

1930’s purple ostrich feather shrug

1220

1920’s Apricot silk nightdress with ercu lace and rosebuds, another in soft pink bias cut circa 1930’s and two cream silk with lace £50-80

Maxi fur coat by Penizek & Rainer New York. Mottled ‘woolf’ fur with deep collar Circa 1970’s £50-80

1221

Victorian cream silk petticoat skirt with ribbon tie and deep panel of hand lace floral motif in a diamond border £50-80

1205

Two pairs of Versace sunglasses. Gilt metal cufflinks from 1960’s club ‘Churchills’ and Collins leather gift items boxed. £50-80

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Gentleman’s vintage leather folding suit carrier with fitted interior, 20 x 24 x 11in. (51 x 61 x 28cm) £50-80

A large Canton Chinese silk piano shawl of cream silk and embroided in silk stitch oval in pinks, purples and blues and a deep tassel fringe £100-150

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Victorian parasol with white metal handle depicting squirrels 35in. (89cm) £50-100

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Barber quilted jacket in olive green size 14 together with an Aquascutum beige quilted jacket £50-80

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Aquascutum gentlemen’s trenchcoat circa 1970’s £40-60

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Aquascutum men’s double breasted camel coat with deep reveers circa 1970’s £40-60

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Five Edwardian cotton nightdresses with lace and ribbon trim and two knitted bed jackets with ocelot feather trim £30-50

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Evening dress of mauve brown brocaded in gold, matching short jacket circa 1930s £40-60

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1960’s white fur wrap and quantity of vintage fur collars £30-50

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A lace shawl with gilt beaded opaline glass grapes, two silk tassled shawls and two gentleman’s silk scarves £50-80

1227

Early 20th century leather travelling trunk 12 x 36 x 19in. (30 x 91 x 48cm) £80-120

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Hermes silk scarf with a 1950’s style print, horses and a carriage, boxed and unworn £50-70

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Hermes Paris silk scarf ‘Vue De Careosse’, boxed and unworn £50-70

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Hermes Paris silk scarf ‘Les oiseaux Du Roy’, boxed and unworn £60-80

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Hermes Paris silk scarf ‘Paris Modiste’ design of 19th century hats on orange ground, boxed and unused £60-80

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Hermes Paris pale pink silk scarf with Indian garden design, boxed and unworn £50-80

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Hermes Paris silk scarf ‘Princes du Soleil levant’ Daimyo detailing, boxed and unworn £80-120

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Hermes silk scarf ‘Halte en Camargue’, boxed and unworn £50-80

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Two Salvatore Ferragamo scarves, one design of wild cats, the other of African animals printed in sepia picture frame setting, boxed and unworn £50-80

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Salvatore Ferragano silk scarf design of Eastern rider horse and dog and another with Chinese harrier design, boxed and unworn £50-80

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Three Salvatore Ferragano silk scarves, two with wild cat design and the other with fruit, boxed and unworn £60-80

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Must de Cartier silk scarf design of jewels, unopened and boxed £40-60

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Three Salvatore Ferragano silk scarves of various designs of wild cats, boxed and unworn £60-80

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Gucci silk scarf design of nineteenth century tea and coffee cups in three colourways pink, pale green and blue, one with case Unworn £60-80

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Pair of Prada black suede loafers with white metal stamped buckle Size 39.5 With dust bag, boxed and unworn £30-50

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Pair of Prada black suede pixi boots Size 39.5 £30-50

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Gucci black leather doctors style handbag, pair of green suede boots and small red and green handled bag size 40 unworn £50-80

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Louis Vuitton envelope bag and zipped wash bag £30-50

1256

Louis Vuitton suit carrier Unused with dust case £100-150

1257

Louis Vuitton white purse with strap and a brown envelope bag £30-50

1258

Mixed lot of designer items to include Gucci leather trimmed bag and a shoulder purse two Ralph Lauren leather belts, DKNY belt and another by Paloma Picasso £80-120

1259

Chloe Paddington handbag toffee colour With dustbag £30-50

1260

Chloe Paddington handbag chocolate colour together with saddle stitched bag With dust bags £50-80

1241

Hermes Paris silk scarf pale pink ‘Le roi de Soleil’ Boxed and unworn £50-80

1242

Hermes Paris silk scarf with a key design Unworn and boxed £50-80

1261

Hermes vintage blue grained leather handbag and blue belt with H clasp £50-80

1243

Hermes Paris silk scarf ‘La Promenade De Longchamps’, boxed and unworn £50-80

1262

1244

Three Hermes Paris silk neckties with various designs, boxed £30-50

Mulberry brown leather shoulder bag, light brown leather Darwin bag and small congo purse and a zipped bag Unused £80-120

1263

1245

Three Hermes Paris silk neckties with various designs, boxed £30-50

Four Longchamp Le Pilage small shopper bags in four colour ways black, olive, pale pink and camel Unused £40-60

1246

Hermes Paris silk scarf, design with a double bass and other music notations, boxed and unworn £60-80

1264

Four Longchamp Le Pilage small shopper bags in four colour ways black, olive, brown and red Unused £40-60

1247

Hermes Paris silk scarf design of rocking horses on a pale tangerine ground, boxed and unworn £60-80

1265

1248

Asprey & Co fluted oval gilt metal evening bag on black silk tassel handle £70-100

1249

Cartier Paris Bordeaux leather wallet with embossed insignia £50-80

1250

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Longchamp grained green leather document wallet together with Herve Chapelier back pack Two Longchamp Le Pilage small shopper bags and pair of leather gloves Unused £40-60 1266

Loxwood butterscotch leather document case, large conker brown leather bag by Georgetown and two others £40-60

Pair of Chanel caramel suede loafers with Chanel medallions size 40 with dust bag, boxed and unworn £40-60

1267

Pair of Gucci black leather loafers and a black leather Hermes belt with H clasp Boxed and unworn £30-50

Pair of Chanel black leather loafers with stitched insignia Size 40 with dust bag, boxed and unworn £40-60

1268

Chanel leather and yellow crepe pumps with floral design Size 40 unworn and boxed £30-50

1269

Dunhill black leather briefcase with combination lock

£100-150


1270

Bellville Sasson Lorcan Mullany designer green velvet evening dress with large gilt buttons purple velvet evening coat and an empire line taffeta and velvet dress in black and pink and bordeaux velvet dress 1980’s Size UK 12 £60-80

1288

Art Deco Marcasite and filigree belt buckle with chain tassles each diameter 3” £30-50

1289

Art Deco simulated tortoiseshell and feather fan 2.10in. (5cm) £30-50

1290

One tortoiseshell effect and black lace fan and a boxed French cream silk fan with applied sequins. £30-50

1291

Four strings of hand knotted Art deco glasses beads and a collection of costume jewellery £30-50

1292

Early Twentieth Century ladies millefiore and gilt metal hand mirror 7in. (18cm) £80-120

1293

Early twentieth Century white metal hand mirror in tooled leather case 6” diameter £30-50

1271

Claudie Pierlot two black velvet dresses, copper velvet dress and another jersey UK size 12 - 14 £50-80

1272

Barbour mackintosh, Donna Karan New York black wool coat, formal coat, rain coat, shift dress and jacket £50-80

1273

Donna Karan New York black strapless evening dress size 8 £30-50

1274

Vivienne Westwood Anglomania black dress with black Agnes B dress £30-50

1275

Pair of Prada brown suede boots with black leather Hermes belt with H clasp £30-50

1294

Edwardian Dark brown crocodile handbag with gilt hardware. Leather lined. £60-80

1276

Gucci leather notebook unused and boxed

1295

Caramel shagreen evening bag with gilt hardware. Leather lined 6½in. (15cm) £30-50

1296

Vintage Khaki snakeskin clutch bag and one other black handbag with purse £30-50

£30-50 1277

Midnight blue ladies Loro Piana 100% cashmere blazer labelled Brooks Brothers with placket pockets Size 6 £50-80

1297 1278

Kenzo off white knitted wrap cardigan decorated with floral bands Wool mix Size S £20-30

Vintage Crocodile handbag with gilt hardware. Suede lined. £60-80

1298

Late 20th C Sheared mink coat . Made in Canada. Reversible. £50-100

Three theatrical style dresses bearing costumier labels £20-30

1299

A late 20th C mans coat lined with long haired fur. Canadian £50-100

Art Deco shagreen clutch hand bag 8” wide £60-100

1300

Mid 20th C Japanese kimono of black silk the reverse stitched in couched gilt thread, a dragon above landscape. £40-60

1301

Christian Dior couture Patron original Paris black wool double breasted 1950’s coat with tulip sleeves Silk label and numbered £150-250

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Art Deco bead work evening bag decorated with flowers £40-60

1282

Art Deco black silk handbag with ivory clasp 5in. (13cm) £30-50

1283

Art Deco crocodile skin hand bag and another £30-50

1302

Aquascutum of London 1960s red wool handkerchief cape with chain fastening £40-60

1284

Art Deco suede and silver coloured metal clutch handbag £30-50

1303

1285

Early 20th Century ivory fan 8in. (20cm)

Late Victorian mourning coat labelled Boardsmans London, black satin and velvet with corded detail with a victorian bodice and cape £60-80

1304

Rare American herringbone tweed riding skirt labelled ‘Nardi patent safety skirt’ patented 1915 West 47 Street New York £50-80

£30-50 1286

Late 19th/early 20th Century mother of pearl and silk fan 9in. (23cm) £30-50

1287

Art Deco white metal bead drawstring purse 8in. (20cm) £30-50

1305

1920’s black and soft orange reversible evening coat with deep padded collar and tassled hem £50-80

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1309

1930’s evening coat of fine silk gunmetal grey velvet with a deep gathered collar £40-60

1310

1930’s asymmetric black evening coat in velvet plush £50-80

1311

1930s black velvet evening coat with chevron stitched sleeves and blue velvet lining £40-60

1312

Liberty of London fine navy wool short coat with moleskin trim and pleated back circa 1910 £60-80

1313

Textured green velvet evening coat with bell sleeves by repute Liberty of London circa 1910 and later alterations £80-120

1314

Marshall and Snelgrove Oxford St 1930’s emerald green velvet evening cape the deep collar ruched and banded £80-120 See Illustration. 1315

1950’s silk reversible duster coat, oyster and black satin £30-50

1316

1930’s grey chiffon evening dress with the shoulders and belt with glass beaded detail. £60-80

1317

Chinese embroidered evening bag with foliate gilt metal clasp The bag worked in silk and hot stitch circa 1960 £40-60

1318

Early nineteenth century velvet bag with mother of pearl flowers, together with a landscape beaded bag, two Edwardian beaded bags and another with print design £80-120

1319

Collection of beaded and sequined items dating from nineteenth century to 1930’s including floral appliques, panel with beaded design, other sequined lengths and approximately 3 metres of blue sequined banding £80-120

1320

Late Gothic reform cushion cover brocaded in metal thread, repeat design of thistles and flowers in arched surround circa 1880 £50-80

1321

Duvelleroy Paris, fan, a large sized face with hand lace and ivory staves Boxed £70-100

1322

Late nineteenth century fan with Grecian style figures and Putti in a landscape bordered by fruiting vines, silk and mother of pearl £70-100

1323

Collection of 10 various fans including lace, silk and sequins £50-80

1324

Victorian fan of ivory and fine lace worked in floral sprays £100-150

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Nineteenth century black velvet ensemble consisting of a black velvet boned bodice labelled ‘M. Degallier’ a short jacket lined in peach satin in black lace yoke and sleeves and a full black velvet skirt £200-300 Edwardian Empire line cream satin wedding dress, the bodice overlayed with gilt metal fine lace £40-60 1930’s black satin evening cape lined in blue and a lace two piece costume labelled ‘Charles H Fox’ £50-80


1325

Louis Vuitton leather suite carrier 19in. (48cm) £150-250

1326

Louis Vuitton leather suit carrier 19in. (48cm) £150-250

1327

Louis Vuitton leather suit case 10 x 30 x 20in. (25 x 76 x 51cm) £200-250

1328

Argentinian vintage crocodile skin handbag with gilt trim £30-50

1329

Early twentieth century tapestry evening bag with gilt trim and red stone clasp a pair of bone earrings,a white metal chain and bar brooch £25-35

1330

Victorian silk shawl, profusely decorated with foliate forms, 129” £200-300

1331

1970’s turquoise satin maxi evening coat with ostrich feather collar and cuffs £40-60

1332

Three vintage dresses. Including a black sequined tall length dress, another with plastic oval platelets and a white dress with paste trim and a sequined halter top. £40-60

1333

1920’s style sequined and tasselled dress and another with beads and sequins 1970s-1980s. £30-50

1334

Collection of coats, dresses and shoes including Mansfield cashmere and wool mix navy overcoat, Emporio Armani back cocktail dress with beaded strap, faux fur brown evening cape, cobalt blue dress, red evening gown, black linen halterneck dress, velvet embroidered evening dress, pair of black lace-up boots and two pairs of vintage heels, various sizes £50-80

1337

DECORATIVE ARTS

1341

This section of the sale will not commence before 11.30 am Friday 22nd March 1335

Rosenthal Studio Line tea service, Form 2000, designed by Raymond Loewy-Wirkkala 35 pieces £150-250

1336

Poole pottery Art Deco vase impressed Carter Stabler Adams, Poole, England, initialled BR to base. Decorated with stylised foliage on a cream ground. 10in. (25cm) £80-120

Liberty & Co Tudric pewter and enamel clock, base stamped ‘Liberty & Co.’ & ‘01032’, purple enamel face, dial with Roman numerals, silvered hands, movement stamped Lenzkirch £200-300 See Illustration.

1338

Nest of three 20th century Danish rosewood tables 18 x 22 x 15in. (46 x 56 x 38cm) £50-80

1339

20th century Danish rosewood table with two extra leaves dia 48” £80-120

1340

Poole earthenware baluster vase painted all over with bright floral decoration by G. Haskins 13in. (33cm) £200-400

1337

1341

1970’s rosewood and chrome dining table, designed by Richard Young for Merrow Associates, diameter 54” £500-800 See Illustration.

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1970’s rosewood and chrome sideboard, designed by Richard Young for Merrow Associates, with pair of sliding doors 30 x 70 x 18in. (76 x 178 x 46cm) £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.

1352

20th century Danish teak rocking chair Sibast Furniture £40-60

1353

Art Deco Crown Devon coffee service on matching tray £100-200

1343

Arts and Crafts walnut metamorphic library chair £60-100

1354

20th Century carved wooden figure of a women 22 x 5½in. (56 x 13cm) £60-80

1344

Jurgen Lange, ‘Prive’ bureau, for Rosenthal, in black matt finish, with fall flap and swing out compartments, 40 x 30 x 24in. (102 x 76 x 61cm) £100-150

1355

Clarice Cliff vase of flared square form with moulded floral handles, my garden pattern, 12.5 x 22 cm £50-80

1356 1345

Danish ‘Fresco’ stained teak armchair, on three stylised sabre legs, 30in. (76cm) £50-80

Clarice Cliff Rhodante pattern dish, Bizarre range, 12cm £40-60

1357 1346

Danish ‘Fresco’ glass topped coffee table, on four red supports, 36” square, 17in. (43cm) £50-80

Clarice Cliff bowl on raised floral moulded base, My Garden Pattern, 21.5cm diameter £50-80

1358 1347

Iestyn Davies for Blowzone ‘Virtu’ glass bowl, with purple and white overlaid on opaque pink, numbered 14/40 and dated 2001, 5¾in. (13cm) £100-150

Clarice Cliff, Crocus pattern biscuit barrel with cane handle and orange finial, 16.5 cm diameter, a tea cup and associated saucer and two 1970’s Carlton Ware Soda pots £60-90

1359 1348

Iestyn Davies for Blowzone glass vase, yellow and white overlaid on purple, signed and dated 2001, numbered 1/1, 16in. (41cm) £100-150

Clarice Cliff, Fantasque bowl, painted with a bowl of styalised flowers with orange banding, 19.5cm £100-150

1360 1349

Iestyn Davies for Blowzone ‘Virtu’ glass bowl, purple and white overlaid on blue, signed and dated 2001, 19/20, 6½in. (15cm) £100-150

Clarice Cliff, Bizarre dinner service, two half round tureens, similar jug, six dinner plates, five side plates, five supper plates, all with green and fawn banding £200-400

1350

Modern design rosewood veneered dining table and ten chairs, the table with two extra leaves, £100-200

1351

Chrome and glass topped coffee table, 44” square £30-50

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1361

A Goldscheider Art Deco pottery mask, modelled with a woman in a blue dress holding a vase, marked number 6859, incised K. Stamped with Goldscheider Pottery mark, and incised with number 6859 and a K. 15in. (38cm) £400-600 See Illustration.


1368

A pair of metal Art Nouveau candlestick holders on three legs with loop handles. Decorated in relief with flowers and women playing musical instruments. 7½in. (18cm) £30-50

1369

Attributed to Walter Bosse, a wall mask moulded as a female head, early 20th century. 11in. (28cm) £120-200

1370

Arts & Crafts mahogany three tiered cake stand, 37” high £50-80

1371

Art Deco Grafton tea set in rising sun pattern four teacups, saucers and tea-plates, milk jug, bowl and serving plate £30-50

1372

Six pieces of modern Belleek china, two teacups, two sugar bowls, one jug and an oval dish £30-50

1373

Carlton Ware Rouge Royale jugs 9” high, two oval dishes and two other Carlton Ware pieces £60-100

1374

Set of four Arts and Crafts style oak dining chairs with padded seats on carved legs £200-300

1375

Pair of early 20th century Arts and Crafts oak armchairs the backs with styalised foliate forms £200-300

1376

Art Nouveau brass adjustable standard lamp 51” high £80-120

1377

Arts and Crafts copper and metal framed firescreen 27” high £60-80

1378

Arts and Crafts style coal helmet 22” high £60-80

1379

Arts and Crafts brass table gong on oak base 16” high £100-200

1380

Art Nouveau style figural spelter lamp base 25” high £30-50

1361 1362

Goldscheider Art Deco pottery wall plaque decorated with a woman in a blue dress with birds on a black ground. Stamped with Goldscheider Pottery mark, and incised with number 7166 65. 14 x 6in. (36 x 15cm) £120-150

1363

A Goldscheider Art Deco bust of a woman (h4.5”), and a pottery mask (h 6.5”). £40-60

1364

A blue Cantagalli pottery horse (10”), a Cantagalli pottery horse and cart (7”), and a blue glazed pottery ashtray decorated with a horse in relief (diameter 5.25”). £50-80

1365

A cut glass Art Deco decanter and six shot glasses with black enamel geometric overlay design. 8in. (20cm) £200-250 See Illustration. 1366

A collection of coloured glassware to include a blue glass and gilt metal urn, h8.5”. A pair of blue glass vases, h7” (2), a cranberry glass bowl and vase. £30-50

1367

20th century Limoges part coffee service of 11 cups and saucers. £30-50

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1381

Ats and Crafts style brass slipper box embossed with the dog bonzo 9 x 14 x 10in. (23 x 36 x 25cm) £30-50

1382

Arts and crafts style brass firedogs 9” high £30-50

1383

Liberty style oak cased mantel clock with copper dial and twin train movement striking on a bell 14 x 9 x 6in. (36 x 23 x 15cm) £150-250

1384

Arts and Crafts style wing armchair with upholstered back and seat £60-80

1385

Art Nouveau stained walnut display cabinet with leaded glazed doors 64 x 33 x 14in. (163 x 84 x 36cm) £200-300

1386

Liberty & Co., Arts and Crafts oak dresser with copper mounts in the style of Charles Voysey top with two glazed doors above base of two drawers and three cupboard doors, square legs Liberty London, label to drawer 77 x 61 x 24in. (196 x 155 x 61cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 1387

1386

Art Nouveau mahogany and marquetry inlaid display cabinet on styalised supports on plinth bases 73 x 48 x 12in. (185 x 122 x 30cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 1388

Early 20th century American Arts and Crafts style oak extending dining table on pedestal base Dia 46” extended 84” £500-800 See Illustration.

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Arts and Crafts oak washstand with copper mounts a single drawer and a single cupboard door 48 x 48 x 20in. (122 x 122 x 51cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1390

Arts and Crafts hall cabinet with copper mounts two cupboard doors and open section 78 x 42 x 15in. (198 x 107 x 38cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 1391

Pair of Art Deco lacquered serpentine bedside tables, with jewelled decoration on triangular bases 29in. (74cm) £60-100

1392

Five various Murano glass fish, the largest 7” high £50-80

1393

Five various Murano glass fish, the largest 7” high £50-80

1394

Two Murano glass fish and two others, the largest 12” long £40-60

1395

Poltrona Frau, armchair and matching foot stool, c. 2008. £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 1390

1396

Modern Verdesign metal framed and red upholstered armchair £150-250

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BOOKS

1400

John Hewitt, Ancient armour and weapons in Europe, 1860, 3 vols £60-100

This section of the sale will not commence before midday Friday 22nd March

1401

Theodore Martin, Life of the Prince Consort, 3rd edition, 1875 £50-80

1397

Costumes et Coutumes D’Alsace by A.Laugel, Imprimerie Alsacienne AncT G. Fischbach, Strasbourg, 1902, leather bound £400-600 See Illustration. 1398

18th century hand-coloured map of Middlesex 11½ x 14in. (28 x 36cm) £40-60

1399

Various leather bound and other books £30-50

1402

Ian Fleming (1908-1964) English Author, Two First Edition James Bond Books, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1963) and You Only Live Twice (1964), both published by Jonathan Cape bearing name to title page and first edition date to reverse, both with original dust jackets, price unclipped £100-150 See Illustration. 1403

John Speed hand coloured map of the Isle of Wight with script to reverse, glass back, oak frame reverse giving details of an alphabetical table of all the towns, rivers, and memorable places mentioned in Wight Island 15 x 20in. (38 x 51cm) £150-250

1404

Jane Austen: novels in ten volumes illustrated H.M.Brock, gilt embossed bindings, published by J.M.Dent & Co 1906 £70-100

1405

Captain John Slezer, Theatrum Scotiae, publ 1874, 250 copies £50-100

1406

The Genus Rosa . Willmot, Ellen Ann(18601934) Drawings by Alfred Parsons (1847-1920) . 24 of 25 (missing no 9) £150-200

1407

J L Bonhote, Birds of Britain and Birds of Britain and their eggs, 2 vols £20-40

1408

Grey, Sir Edward (Viscount Grey of Falloden). ‘Fly Fishing’ J M Dent & Sons Ltd, London, 1930. Hardback. Reprint. 244pp. Black and white woodcut illustrations by Eric Fitch Dalglish. Limited Edition number 60 of 150 copies. £30-50

1409

Works of Dickens in Twelve 19th century volumes £30-50

1410

The Land of Burns in two leather bound volumes, published London 1840 £50-80

1411

The Twentieth Citizen’s Atlas, published London by George Newnes Ltd £20-30

1412

The Works of J.M. Barrie, in six leather bound volumes, published London 1899 £40-60

1413

The Iliad of Homer, translated by Alexander Pope, in five leather bound volumes, published London 1746 £100-200

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1414

Ten 19th century and later leather bound volumes £30-50

1415

Iain Banks, two first edition books, The Wasp Factory, 1984 and a signed copy of Walking On Glass, hardbacks with dust-jackets, MacMillan £80-120

1416

Collection of First Edition books, including, John Masters Bhowani Junction, 1954, C.S. Forester Hornblower In The West Indies, 1958 and Lord Hornblower, 1946, a signed Colin Dexter, The Way Through The Woods, 1992, hardbacks with dust-jackets, Michael Joseph/ MacMillan, (4) £50-80

1417

Dick Francis, Collection of First Edition books, including, Odds Against, 1965, Smokescreen, 1972, Knock Down, 1974, High Stakes, 1975, Risk, 1977, Trial Run, 1978, Whip Hand, 1979, Reflex, 1980, Twice Shy, 1981, Bolt, 1986, a signed copy of The Danger, 1983 and Break-In, 1985, together with a Lester Official Biography, 1986, Hardbacks with dust-jackets, Michael Joseph, (13) £200-400

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ENTERTAINMENT Condition grading for posters A - In Fine Condition; B - In Good Condition; C - In Fair Condition Please note these are only guides and our opinion. You must satisfy yourself on condition before buying. All dimensions and quantities are approximate.

Milton’s Paradise Lost illustrated by Gustave Dore. £50-80 Collection of children’s books Fairy Tales Three No.- Alice in Wonderland illustrated by Rene Cloke The sleeping beauty A childs book of Old Verses Two No. The water babies The book of baby pets Mother Goose Nursery Tales Two No.-The Everday and Nowaday Fairy book My Aeroplane book Zoo days £40-60 French map of the English coast to including the Thames and London by S Bellin 1769 22 x 34in. (56 x 86cm) £150-250

This section of the sale will not commence before 12.10 pm Friday 22nd March 1421

Ray Sutton, John Lennon, digital photo print 32 x 23in. (81 x 58cm) £100-200

1422

Warner Bros. ‘Elmer Fudd with Daffy Duck’ and another, two hand painted limited edition cels, on a colour lithographic background, 394/750, both signed Friz Freleng, mounted and framed PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London £80-120 See Illustration. 1423

Warner Bros. ‘Bugs Bunny Truant Officer’ 1993, 477/750 and ‘Bugs Matador’ 1993, 555/750, hand painted limited edition cels, on a colored lithographic background, both signed Chuck Jones and authenticated by Linda Jones Ent Inc, one with certificate, both mounted and framed (2) PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 33 x 40in. (84 x 102cm) £70-100

1424

Warner Bros. ‘Elmer Fudd with Daffy Duck as Bugs Bunny, and Bugs Bunny as Daffy’, 1993, hand painted limited edition cel, on colour lithographic background, 301/500, Signed by Chuck Jones and authenticated by Linda Jones Ent. mounted and framed PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 33 x 41in. (84 x 104cm) £50-80 See Illustration.

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Walt Disney, Four limited edition Serigraph Cel from The Lion King, Peter Pan and Sleeping Beauty, The Lion King editions of 5000 with certificate and Sleeping Beauty edition of 5000, mounted and framed (4) PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London £100-150 Hanna Barbera Productions, ‘The Flintstones’, and ‘Fred Plays The Trumpet’ two original hand painted production cels, one signed by Bill Hanna, Joe Barbera and Jean Vanderpyl and the other by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, mounted and framed (2) PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 23 x 30in. (58 x 76cm) £100-150

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Hanna Barbera Productions, ‘America’s First Family’, The Flintstones Limited edition lithograph 57/500, printed on French Arches paper, signed Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, mounted and framed PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 44 x 71in. (112 x 180cm) £80-120 Hanna Barbera Productions, Cartoon Characters, Limited edition print, signed by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, 415/500, mounted and framed PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 37 x 62in. (94 x 157cm) £50-80 Hanna Barbera Productions, Cartoon Characters, Hand Painted Limited Edition Cel, signed by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, 276/400, mounted and framed PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 34 x 61in. (86 x 155cm) £80-120 Walt Disney, ‘Winnie The Pooh’, Original Production Cel, Gouache on celluloid, mounted and framed PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 22 x 28in. (56 x 71cm) £80-120

1427

Hanna Barbera Productions, The Flintstones ‘Characters Playing Basketball’, limited edition hand painted production cel, on colour lithographic background, Signed by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, 30/400, mounted and framed PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 33 x 60in. (84 x 152cm) £70-100 See Illustration. 1428

Hanna Barbera Productions, ‘Fred Flintstone’ and ‘Pebble’s Wedding’ two original hand painted production cels, on colour lithographic backgrounds, one signed Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, the other signed Bill Hanna, Joe Barbera and Jean Vanderpyl, both mounted and framed (2) PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 23 x 30in. (58 x 76cm) £100-150

1429

Fleischer Studios, ‘Olive Oyl dancing on a beach with Brutus and Popeye’, Hand Painted Limited Edition Cel, on a colour lithographic background, signed Myron Waldman, Artist’s Proof 20/25 PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 24 x 30in. (61 x 76cm) £50-80

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Hanna Barbera Productions, ‘The Flintstones’, Hand Painted Limited Edition Cels, Fred playing golf, each signed by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, edition numbers 154/400,166/400 and167/400, mounted and framed, (3) PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 33 x 41in. (84 x 104cm) £100-150

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Hanna Barbera Productions, ‘The Flintstones’, Hand Painted Limited Edition Cel, Signed by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, 218/400, mounted and framed PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London 39 x 49in. (99 x 124cm) £70-100

long-running comic strip Peanuts, dedicated to Anne, drawn in black ink on yellow paper showing Snoopy off to play tennis with a love heart to the right hand side, signed Schulz to bottom, framed 7½ x 4½in. (18 x 10cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

Warner Bros, Characters and ‘Marc Anthony and Pussyfoot’ two Hand Painted Limited Edition Cels, both signed by Chuck Jones and authenticated by Linda Jones Inc, 718/750 and 434/750, mounted and framed PROVENANCE: Purchased from Catto Galleries, London £50-80

1439

Signed black and white photographs of John Mills(3), Arthur Askey, Alec Guiness as Richard II and Tommy Handley, and a letter from Winston Churchill, facsimilie signature, on Downing Street writing paper and envelope £100-200

1440

Mirage (1965) British quad film poster, starring Gregory Peck, folded, A £30-50

1441

Villian (1973) British Quad film poster, starring Richard Burton, folded, A £80-120

Walt Disney, ‘Peter Pan’, Original storyboard layout for the annual, 1953 and a serigraph cel, hand painted watercolour storyboard, on board and an edition of 2500 cel, mounted and framed (2) £70-100 Charles M. Schulz (1922-2000), American Cartoonist, An original signed drawing of Snoopy, Snoopy was a fictional character of the

1442

Arabesque (1966) British Quad film poster, starring Gregory Peck, folded, A £150-250 See Illustration. 1443

The Trap (1966) British Quad film poster, artwork by Arnaldo Putzu, folded, B £30-50

1444

The Long Arm (1956) British Quad film poster, starring Jack Hawkins, Ealing Studios, folded, A £50-80

1445

On The Beat (1962) British Quad film poster, starring Norman Wisdom, folded, A £40-60

1446

Ulzana’s Raid (1972) British Quad film poster, starring Burt Lancaster, folded, A £60-90

1447

Walk On The Wild Side (1962) British Quad film poster, artwork by Saul Bass, starring Jane Fonda, folded, C £150-250

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1442

1448

The League Of Gentlemen (1960) British Quad film poster, starring Jack Hawkins, Allied Film Makers, folded, B £100-150 See Illustration. 1449

The Manchurian Candidate (1962) British Quad film poster, starring Frank Sinatra, folded, B £150-250

1450

5 Fingers (1952) British Quad film poster, starring James Mason, Spy Thriller, folded, B £40-60

1451

Third Man On The Mountain (1959) British Quad film poster, artwork by Jock Hinchliffe, Disney, folded, B £40-60

1452

Where Were You When The Lights Went Out? (1968) British Quad film poster, starring Doris Day, comedy, folded, B £40-60

1453

Across The Bridge (1957) British Quad film poster, starring Rod Steiger, folded, B £50-80

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1454

The Fiend Who Walked The West (1958) British Quad film poster, artwork by Jock Hinchliffe, Western Horror, folded, A £50-80

1467

Circle Of Deception (1960) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Bradford Dillman, folded, A £50-80

1455

The Innocents (1961) British Quad film poster, starring Deborah Kerr, directed by Jack Clayton, folded, A £40-60

1468

A Prize Of Arms (1961) British Quad film poster, starring Stanley Baker, folded, A £40-60

1469 1456

House Of Dark Shadows / The Travelling Executioner (1970) British Quad Double Bill film poster, Horror starring Jonathan Frid, Stacey Keach, folded, A £150-250

Sink The Bismarck! (1960) British Quad film poster, War film starring Kenneth Moore, folded, A £60-90

1470

Johnny Nobody (1961) British Quad film poster, starring Aldo Ray, Viceroy film, folded, A £50-80

1471

Emperor Of The North (1973) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, similar artwork to The Dirty Dozen, starring Lee Marvin, directed by Robert Aldrich, folded, A £40-60

1472

Call Me Bwana (1963) British Quad film poster, comedy starring Bob Hope, folded, A £40-60

1473

The Wind Cannot Read (1958) British Quad film poster, starring Dirk Bogarde, folded, B £40-60

1474

Madigan (1968) British Quad film poster, Crime directed by Don Siegel, folded, B £50-80

1475

Gunpoint (1966) British Quad film poster, Western starring Audie Murphy, folded, A £40-60

1476

Lonely Are The Brave (1962) British Quad film poster, Western starring Kirk Douglas, folded, A £40-60

1477

Collection of Western British Quad film posters including, Destry (1954), Walk The Proud Land (1956), Bullet For A Badman (1964), The Quick Gun (1964), The Texican (1966), 40 Guns To Apache Pass (1967), folded, A-B (6) £60-90

1478

Collection of British Quad film posters from the 1950’s including, Lightning Strikes Twice (1951), South Sea Woman (1953), The Good Die Young (1954), Woman’s World (1954), To Hell And Back (1955), Seven Cities Of Gold (1955), The River’s Edge (1957), Intent To Kill (1958), Tom Thumb (1958), The Gift Of Love (1958), The Baited Trap (1959), A Dog Of Flanders (1959), folded, A-B (12) £200-400

1479

Collection of British Quad film posters from the 1960’s including, The Prize (1963), Under The Yum Yum Tree (1963), Good Neighbour Sam (1964), Genghis Khan (1964), The Beauty Jungle (1964), Blindfold (1965), A Man Could Get Killed (1966), Cast A Giant Shadow (1966), Madame X (1966), The Sandwich Man (1966), Scalphunters (1968), The Most Dangerous Man In The World (1969), The Eye Of A Cat (1969), The Gypsy Moths (1969), Castle Keep (1969), 3 Into 2 Won’t Go (1969), folded, A-B (16) £200-400

1457

1458

The Legend Of Hell House / Vault Of Horror (1973) British Quad Double Bill film poster, starring Pamela Franklin and Tom Baker, Amicus Productions, folded, A £40-60 Tom Chantrell (1916-2001) British Illustrator and Poster artist, collection of British Quad film posters including, 3 Brave Men (1956), Smiley (1956), Island In The Sun (1957), Harry Black (1958), Man Hunt (1958), A Certain Smile (1958), The Second Time Around (1961), Adventures Of A Young Man (1962), The Music Man (1962), Gigot (1962), Nine Hours To Rama (1963), Spencer’s Mountain (1963), The Great Race (1965), Firecreek (1968), The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie (1969), The Sicilian Clan (1969), Puppet On A Chain (1970), The Wrath Of God (1972), folded, A-B (18) £200-400

1459

Bachelor Flat (1962) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, Comedy starring Terry-Thomas, folded, A £80-120

1460

The Enemy Below (1957) British Quad film poster, War starring Robert Mitchum and Curt Jurgens, folded, A £50-80

1461

That Lady (1957) British Quad film poster, artwork by Jock Hinchliffe, starring Olivia de Havilland and Paul Scofield, folded, A £60-90

1462

The Big Gamble (1961) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, folded, B £50-80

1463

The Poseidon Adventure (1972) British Quad film poster, starring Gene Hackman, folded, B £40-60

1464

The Grissom Gang (1971) British Quad film poster, Crime starring Kim Darby, folded, A £50-80

1465

When Eight Bells Toll (1971) and Fear Is The Key (1973) Two British Quad film posters, both novels by Alistair Maclean, folded, A (2) £50-80

1466

Kidnapped (1971) Artwork by Arnaldo Putzu and The Black Windmill (1974) Thrillers starring Michael Caine, British Quad film posters, folded, A (2) £70-100

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1480

1481

1482

1483

1484

1492

Collection of War related British Quad film posters including, Sea Of Sand (1958), The Naked And The Dead (1958), The Victors (1963), King And Country (1964), The Train (1965), The Night Of The Generals (1967), The Devil’s Brigade (1968), The Bridge At Remagen (1969), folded, A-B (8) £100-150

1493

Tobruk (1966) British Quad film poster, Artwork by Frank McCarthy, starring Rock Hudson, folded, A £50-80

1494

The Pistelero Of Red River (The Last Challenge) (1967) British Quad film poster, starring Glenn Ford, folded, A £50-80

1495

3:10 To Yuma (1957) British Quad film poster, starring Glenn Ford, folded, B £40-60

1496

The Canadians (1961) British Quad film poster, Artwork by Tom Chantrell, Western starring Robert Ryan, folded, A £50-80

1497

Accident (1967) British Quad film poster, starring Dirk Bogarde and Stanley Baker, folded, A £50-80

The Professionals (1966) British Quad film poster, Western starring Burt Lancaster, folded, A £50-80

1498

The Running Man (1963) British Quad film poster, starring Laurence Harvey, Lee Remick and Alan Bates, folded, A £80-120

The Bravados (1958) British Quad film poster, Western starring Gregory Peck, folded, B £100-150

1499

Collection of British Quad film posters from the 1970’s onwards including, I Walk The Line/ You Can’t Win ‘Em All (1970), Lawman (1971), Revenge (1971), Hammersmith Is Out (1972), The Amazing Mr Blunden (1972), The Neptune Factor (1973), Deaf Smith And Johnny Ears (1973), Freebie And The Bean (1974), Raise The Titanic (1980), The Legend Of The Lone Ranger (1981), folded, A-B (10) £80-120 The 39 Steps (1959) British Quad film poster, Artwork by Eric Pulford, Starring Kenneth More and Taina Elg, folded, A £100-150 Collection of British Quad film posters from the 1960’s including, The Last Voyage (1960), Portrait In Black (1960), Seven Thieves (1960), The Sundowners (1960), Nearly A Nasty Accident (1961), The Grip Of Fear (1962), H.M.S. Defiant (1962), It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), Move Over Darling (1963), Night Must Fall (1964), The Carpetbaggers (1964), The High Bright Sun (1966), Robbery (1967), New Face In Hell (1968), folded, A-C (14) £200-400

1485

McQ (1974), Brannigan (1975) British Quad film posters starring John Wayne, folded, A-B £40-60

1486

Lancelot and Guinevere (1963) British Quad film poster, starring Cornel Wilde and Jean Wallace, folded, A £50-80

The Cincinnati Kid (1965) British Quad film poster, Artwork by Gilbert Allard, starring Steve McQueen, folded, A £200-400 See Illustration.

1487

The Pajama Game (1957) British Quad film poster, starring Doris Day, folded, B £60-90 1488

The Loved One (1965) British Quad film poster, Directed by Tony Richardson, folded, B £80-120

1489

The Ambushers (1967) British Quad film poster, starring Dean Martin, with rare flying saucer artwork, folded, B £100-150

1490

The Lost World (1960) British Quad film poster, directed by Irwin Allen and based on the novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, folded, A £60-90

1491

The Longest Day (1962) British Quad film poster, War film starring John Wayne, folded, B £80-120

1499

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1502

Coogan’s Bluff (1968) British Quad film poster, starring Clint Eastwood, folded, A £150-250

1503

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), British Quad film poster, artwork by Robert McCall, folded, full set of 8 mini lobby cards and a press book, B £200-400 See Illustration. 1504

Zabriskie Point (1970) British Quad film poster, folded and a full set of 8 mini lobby cards, B £80-120

1505

1500

1501

Once Upon A Time In The West (1968) British Quad film poster, Artwork by Frank McCarthy, folded, full set of 8 mini lobby cards and four stills, Cinema International Corp. A £200-400 See Illustration. 1506

The Beatles, Let It Be (1970) full set of 8 mini lobby cards and five film stills from A Hard Day’s Night (1964), United Artists Corporation Ltd stamp, A £40-60

1507

Clint Eastwood (Actor) collection of mini lobby cards including, A Fistful Of Dollars (1964) 1, The Beguiled (1971) set of 8, Dirty Harry (1971) set of 8, The Enforcer (1977) set of 8, The Gauntlet (1977) set of 8, Escape from Alcatraz (1979) set of 8, A £50-80

1508

James Bond mini lobby cards including, Casino Royale (1967) set of 8, The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) set of 7 and Moonraker (1979) set of 8, A £40-60

1509

Stars Wars mini lobby cards including, Star Wars (1977) set of 8 and The Empire Strikes Back (1980) set of 8, A £40-60

1510

Alice’s Restaurant (1969) British Quad film poster, starring Arlo Guthrie folded, A £100-150

1511

Silence Of The Lambs (1991), Shooting Script, yellow cover with title page marked, Shooting Script 4th Draft October 6, 1989, film starring Anthony Hopkins £40-60

1503 1500

Rosemary’s Baby (1968) British Quad film poster, directed by Roman Polanski, folded, A £150-250 See Illustration. 1501

The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) British Quad film poster, artwork by Arnaldo Putzu, starring Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway, folded, A £300-500 See Illustration. 1505 106


1512 1512

Masters Of Music (1996), A signed programme of the event in Hyde Park, London, Signed on the front cover by Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, Roger Daltry (The Who), Alanis Morissette in silver point, with further autographs to the inside pages of Billy Connolly, Frank Bruno, Jools Holland(2), Eric Clapton(2), Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, Roger Daltrey, Bob Dylan(3), Alanis Morissette(2), in silver and black point, 20 signatures in total PROVENANCE: Owner attended the event in Hyde Park and this lot is sold with original entry ticket and bus ticket from Selby’s Travel, along with two newspapers from the 29th June 1996 and 30th June 1996 £300-500 See Illustration. 1513

Mick Jagger (1943-), British Rock Musician and lead singer of The Rolling Stones, A POP Weekly signed by Jagger to front cover, in blue point, edition No.8 with period autograph £80-120

1514

Bob Dylan (1941-), Musician, a signed CD ‘New Morning’ (1970) in black to cover, with dedication, ‘To Steffi’ £50-80

Jimi Hendrix Experience (1960s EnglishAmerican Rock Band), signed lined page, by Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell, two signed in blue biro and the other in black Provenance: From the Peter Robinson collection, Peter was a comedian in the Warrington area for 50 years who met and was acquainted with many musicians and stars from the era £500-800 See Illustration.

1515 1516

Elton John (1947-), Musician, a signed 10x8 photograph, ‘with best wishes Elton John’ Provenance: From the Peter Robinson collection, Peter was a comedian in the Warrington area for 50 years who met and was acquainted with many musicians and stars from the era £60-90

1517

Gerry And The Pacemakers and The Hollies (1960’s) British Music Groups, Gerry and The Pacemakers signed on card by all four including Gerry Marsden, Freddie Marsden, Les Chadwick and Les Maguire, in clear blue biro and The Hollies signed on lined paper by Ray Stiles, Alan Coates, Ian Parker, Bobby Elliott, Tony Hicks and another (2) PROVENANCE: From the Peter Robinson collection, Peter was a comedian in the Warrington area for 50 years who met and was acquainted with many musicians and stars from the era £50-80

1515

1518

The Four Feathers (2002) prop rifle used in the film by the Mahdi, 140cm long 0.01in. (0cm) £30-50

1519

Peter O’Toole (1932) Actor, Jacket worn in productions, bearing interior costumier label £30-50

1520

The Keep (1983) A pair of large military backpack satchels used in the film, directed by Michael Mann £40-60

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1521

Doctor Who - A full scale replica Dalek as seen in the Series Remembrance Of The Daleks (1988), this exact replica made from fibre-glass, metal and wood with interior electronics, on wheels in painted cream and gold 60in. (152cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 1522

Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back (1980) original cast and crew t-shirt, framed, size medium £50-80

1523

Star Wars (1977) original cast and crew t-shirt, framed, Maverick label £50-80 See Illustration. 1524

Star Wars (1977) Ten embroidered cast and crew sew on patches used for the film £40-60

1525

Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back (1980), A rare Intergalactic passport issued by Elstree Studios to the cast and crew during the production of the film £50-80 See Illustration. 1526

1527

The Wolfman (2010) A prop newspaper made for the film starring Anthony Hopkins, and a large promotional banner used in cinemas (2) £20-40 Gladiator (2000) Large production made shield used in the film, wood painted with decoration 45in. (114cm) £30-50

1525 1528

James Bond, Die Another Day (2002), Section of the Ice Palace seen in the film, constructed of clear plastic with hexagonal design 47in. (119cm) £30-50

1529

The Da Vinci Code (2006), Priory Of Sion prop face mask, originating from Angels Costumiers bearing interior name label, ‘Graham Gardner’ £30-50

1530

James Bond The World Is Not Enough (1999), Production used set design blueprints, for Elektra King’s Bedroom (2) £30-50

1531

James Bond The World Is Not Enough (1999), King Industries folder containing multiple documents, used in the film starring Pierce Brosnan £40-60

1532

Flash Gordon (1980), A pair of prop sequin sandals used in the film during the ceremonial scenes £20-40

1533

Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone (2001) Two sheets of headed writing paper from Hogwarts, seen in the film starring Daniel Radcliffe £30-50

1534

Harry Potter, A large plastic promotional banner used in cinemas during the release and 10 pre-printed signed photographs of Harry, Ron and Hermione used by the fan club during production £20-40

1523

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1535

Saving Private Ryan (1998), Three infantry trench shovels used in the film, directed by Steven Spielberg £20-40

1536

Sahara (2005), Three confederate metal coins used in the film £20-40

1537

Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone (2001), Three prop Gringott metal coins used in the film £50-80

1538

Batman and Robin (1997), A UK premiere brochure and accompanying ticket to the event on 23rd June 1997 £20-40

1539

James Bond Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), A premiere brochure, ticket and an after show party invitation, (3) to the show on the 9th December in Leicester Square (3) £30-50

1540

Gerry Anderson’s Terrahawks (1980’s), TV Series, Two promotional teaser brochures, used by the sales team to sell the programme to potential TV companies, never released to the general public £20-40

1541

Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone (2001), production made song sheet used in the film by the students at Hogwarts £50-80

1542

The Joker Is Wild (1957), US Insert film poster, starring Frank Sinatra, framed, B £30-50

1543

Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back (1980), British Quad film poster, artwork by Drew Struzan, folded, framed, C £50-80

1544

Star Wars Return Of The Jedi (1983), British Quad film poster, artwork by Josh Kirby, folded, framed, B £70-100

1545

Robin Hood (2010), Limited edition 112 of 200 poster, used to promote the release of the film, starring Russell Crowe, framed, A £30-50

1546

Star Wars The Phantom Menace (1999), 3D plaque given to the leading members of the creatures crew after the production of the film, 22x 52cm and a rare promotional fan club video £40-60

1547

James Bond 007 memorabilia including an Aston Martin DB5 boxed limited edition car as seen in Thunderball (1965), released in 2005 by Marks and Spencer, a 1960’s Thunderball vinyl kite by Mickgees and a Die Another Day (2002) promotional banner used in cinemas during the release of the film (3) £30-50

1548

Star Wars memorabilia including three boxed action figures, boxed Amidala portrait doll, Jar Jar Binks backpack, books, annuals, candy heads, stickers, toothbrush holders and Attacktix figures (quantity) £30-50

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1556 1549

Gerry Fisher (1926-), British Cinematographer, a large quantity from his personal collection, including film scripts, film reels, reference books, DVD’S, Videos, magazines and other material (quantity) £40-60

1550

The Four Feathers (2002), Prop shield used in the film by the Mahdi, 23½in. (58cm) £20-40

1560


1551

Timeline (2003), Prop sheathed rubber sword used in the science fiction film 40in. (102cm) £20-40

1552

We Were Soldiers (2002), Prop rubber M16 machine gun used in the film starring Mel Gibson 37½in. (94cm) £40-60

1553

The Four Feathers (2002), Prop metal sword used in the film starring Heath Ledger 31in. (79cm) £20-40

1554

The Mummy Returns (2001), Prop Scorpion army sword used in the film starring Brendan Fraser 34in. (86cm) £20-40

1555

Elton John and Tim Rice, ‘Lion King’ signed photographs in a mounted and framed display PROVENANCE Won in a local charity raffle 37 x 87in. (94 x 221cm) £50-80

1556

Shankar Family & Friends, (AMLH 22002) white label lp with attached label information sheet, produced by George Harrison, this was a possible early test pressing distributed to A&M Records to be printed under the special Dark Horse Label, showing track listing and recording details, with the names Donna and Keith at the top, possibly inscribed by George Harrison, this was one of the first releases under the Dark Horse Label: together with a finished copy of the album, a not for sale Splinter Record under Dark horse label, (1975) and a similar 7” record, with other inscirptions (4) PROVENANCE: Vendor bought a house and contents in Chelsea from George Harrison, No 40 Royal Avenue in 1977. See photograph of property. £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 1557

Signed ‘Get Well Soon’ card from the players of Manchester United Football Club, featuring autographs from players that were in the team during their successful European campaign of 1967-68. Jack Crompton, George Best, Jimmy Ryan, David Sadler, Pat Crerand, Denis Law, Bill Foulkes, Brian Kidd, Francis Burns, Alan Gowling, John Fitzpatrick, Jimmy Rimmer, Wilf McGuinness, Alex Stepney, Tony Dunne, Matt Busby and two others (18) £200-300

1558

Elvis Costello poster ‘King of Thieves’, signed by Elvis Costello, 25 x 17in. (64 x 43cm) £30-50

1559

Four signed Surrey cricket bats, signed scorecard and a McLaren Mercedes Formula 1 cap £60-100

1560

Giuliano Nistri, ‘The Fast Lady’ (1962), Italian two-foglio film poster, Ital-Noleggio Cinematografico, starring Julie Christie, printed by Polichrom s.p.A., folded, not backed, framed, B, 140x99cm £80-120 See Illustration.

1564 1561

Dick Duerrstein, Bugs Bunny as a matador with bull signed oil on canvas 40 x 30in. (102 x 76cm) £200-300

1562

Dick Duerrstein,’Popeye’ signed oil on canvas 30 x 24in. (76 x 61cm) £200-300

1563

Two posters for Andy Warhol’s play ‘Pork’ at The Round House, London, 1971, two sizes, one 57x 39.5cm the other 51x 31.5cm, A (2) £80-120

1564

The Legend Of Billie Jean (1985), Original concept artwork by the graphic artist Vic Fair, this was the final design for the British VHS/One sheet film poster, vivid colours, mixed media, paper on board, 53x38cm £300-500 See Illustration. 1565

Stewardess School (1986), Original concept artwork by the graphic artist Vic Fair, used in the film production, complete with production notes from the studio instructing design changes that can be seen applied to the artwork, mixed media, paper on board with acetate and window mount, 76x 51cm £200-400

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1566

1567

The Burglars/Le Casse (1971), Original concept artwork by the graphic artist Vic Fair, used in the final production with additional concept artwork on tracing paper with instructional advice to the artists commercial director, signed by the artist, mixed media, paper on board, 46 x 34cm £200-400

1582

One Million Years B.C./She (1966) British Quad Double Bill film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Raquel Welch and Ursula Andress, folded, C £150-250

1583

Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds (1963), Swedish film poster, folded, A £100-150

Ravagers (1979), Original concept artwork by the graphic artist Vic Fair, used in the final production for the film, complete with acetate sheet, mixed media, paper on board, 58x42cm £150-250

1584

Batman (1966) US One sheet film poster, starring Adam West and Burt Ward, folded, C £50-80

1585

Star Wars Return Of The Jedi (1983), British Quad film poster, artwork by Josh Kirby, untrimmed and rolled printer’s proof version £60-90

1586

Star Wars Return Of The Jedi (1983) Killian Enterprises test proof One Sheet poster, artwork by Drew Struzan, Ten Year anniversary, rolled, A, 103x 69cm £100-150

1568

Vampira (1974), British Quad film poster, artwork by Vic Fair, starring David Niven, Horror, folded, C £40-60

1569

Eye Of The Needle (1981), British Quad film poster, artwork by Vic Fair, starring Donald Sutherland, folded, B £30-50

1570

The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976), British Quad film poster, artwork by Vic Fair, starring David Bowie, rolled, B £150-250

1587

Star Wars (1977), US One sheet re-release film poster, featuring Revenge of the Jedi Advertisement, rolled, A £100-150

1571

A Lovely Way To Go/What’s So Bad About Feeling Good (1968), British Quad Double Bill film poster, folded, A £30-50

1588

Star Wars Episode One (1999) US One sheet film poster, style A, double sided, rolled, A £40-60

1572

The Night Of The Generals (1967), British Quad film poster, starring Peter O’Toole and Omar Sharif, folded, A £40-60

1589

Metropolis (1984), US One sheet film poster, directed by Fritz Lang, artwork by Nikosey, rolled, B £30-50

1573

A Guide For The Married Man (1967), British Quad film poster, comedy, folded, A £30-50

1590

Aliens (1986), English Intl One sheet poster, directed by James Cameron, rolled, A £30-50

1574

Cast A Giant Shadow (1966), British Quad film poster, starring Frank Sinatra and John Wayne, folded, A £20-40

1591

Videodrome (1982), US One sheet film poster, starring Debbie Harry rolled, A £30-50

1575

Born Free (1966), British Quad film poster, folded, B £40-60

1576

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre/One Born Every Minute (1967), British Quad Double Bill film poster, folded, A £20-40

1592

1577

Circus World (1964), British One Sheet film poster, starring John Wayne and Rita Hayworth, framed, A £50-80

1578

Spartacus (1960) and The Sergeant (1968), Two film poster cuts, B-C £15-30

1579

Vendetta/The Brigand Of Kandahar (1965), British Quad film poster, folded, C £20-40

1580

Doctor In Clover (1966), British Double Crown film poster, rolled, B £20-40

1581

Doctor Faustus/Lord Of The Flies (1967), British Quad Double Bill film poster, directed by Richard Burton, folded, C £30-50

112

Carry On Cowboy (1966), British One sheet film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Kenneth Williams and Sid James, rolled, A £200-400 See Illustration. 1593

Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho / H.G. Wells The War Of The Worlds (1960’s), British Double Bill Quad film poster, folded, B £80-120

1594

Alfred Hitchcock’s The Trouble With Harry (1955), 1983 Re-release British quad film poster, rolled, A £50-80

1595

Sherlock Holmes, A Study In Terror (1965) British Quad film poster, crime directed by James Hill, folded, B £70-100

1596

Murderers’ Row (1966), British Quad film poster. starring Dean Martin as Matt Helm, single fold, B £40-60

1597

How To Steal A Million (1966), British Quad film poster, starring Audrey Hepburn and Peter O’Toole, single fold, B £60-90


1592

1605

Stagecoach (1966), British Quad film poster, artwork by Norman Rockwell, Western, folded, A £80-120

1606

Julius Caesar (1970), British Quad film poster, starring Charlton Heston, folded, B £60-90

1607

Hannie Caulder (1971), British Quad film poster, Western starring Raquel Welch, folded, B £80-120

1608

The War Wagon (1967), British Quad film poster, artwork by Renato Fratini, western starring John Wayne and Kirk Douglas, folded £100-150

1609

Creatures The World Forgot / A Touch Of The Other (1970/1), British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, Hammer Horror Production, folded, A £80-120

1610

This Is My Street (1963), British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, folded, A £60-90

1611

The Illustrated Man (1969), British Quad film poster, starring Rod Steiger, folded, A £50-80

1612

House Of Wax 3-D (1982), British Quad film poster, Horror starring Vincent Price, folded, A £100-150

1613

Flash Gordon (1980), British Quad film poster, starring Sam Jones, folded, A £40-60

1614

The Towering Inferno (1974), British Quad film poster, artwork by John Berkey, starring Steve McQueen, folded, B £50-80

1615

The Postman Always Rings Twice (1981), British Quad film poster, artwork by Renato Casaro, starring Jack Nicholson, folded, A £50-80

1598

The Valley (Obscured By Clouds) (1972), British Quad film poster, artwork by Philip Castle, music by Pink Floyd, printed for the opening at the Plaza Hotel, America, rolled, A £50-80

1599

Dr. Jekyll And Sister Hyde (1971), British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, folded, A £80-120

1600

The Black Torment (1964), British Quad film poster, Compton Cameo Film Logo, folded, A £50-80

1616

The Heroes Of Telemark (1965), British Quad film poster, artwork by Giuliano Nistri, starring Kirk Douglas, folded, B £50-80

1601

La Dolce Vita (1960), Argentinian One sheet film poster, folded, B £40-60

1617

1602

The Comedians (1967), British Quad film poster, starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, folded, B £30-50

Lust For A Vampire / The Losers (1970-1), British Quad Double Bill film poster, layout by Tom Chantrell, Hammer Horror Productions, folded, A £50-80

1618

The Taming Of The Shrew (1967), British Quad film poster, starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, folded, C £30-50

The Shining (1980), British Quad film poster, Horror directed by Stanley Kubrick, folded, A £100-150

1619

The Terminator (1984), British Quad film poster, artwork by Mike Francis, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, folded, A £150-250

Goodbye, Norma Jean (1976), British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Marilyn Monroe, folded, A £40-60

1620

Clash Of The Titans (1981), British Quad film poster, artwork by Roger Huyssen, folded, A £40-60

1603

1604

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Catch Me A Spy (1971), British Quad film poster, artwork by Arnaldo Putzu, starring Kirk Douglas, folded, A £60-90

1622

Four framed original music flyers including The Kinks and 13th Floor Elevator £30-50

1623

Collection of books and magazines from British cinema relating to Audrey Hepburn (Actress), including a Life Magazine (1961), Picture Post (1956), 6 Hepburn Lobby cards and other related material (64 approx) £40-60

1624

Quantity of British Quad film posters including The Godfather (1972), Gumshoe, Postman Always Rings Twice, Death Wish, Portrait In Black, Sea Of Love, Scent Of A Woman, Green Ice, Mackintosh Man, Witness, Mosquito Coast, Mississippi Burning, No Mercy, Fight Club, Fourth Protocol and others, folded, (40) £60-90

1625

Quantity of Music related British Quad film posters including, My Fair Lady (1964), artwork by Tom Chantrell, Carmen, That’ll Be The Day, Yesterday’s Hero, Flashdance, Footloose. The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Woodstock and others, folded, (21) £80-120

1626

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Quantity of 10 x 8 film stills, some silver gelatin, including Robert Mitchum, Kirk Douglas, Charlton Heston, Steve McQueen and others (300 approx) £50-80

1627

Quantity of 10 x 8 film stills, some silver gelatin, including The Pleasure Seekers with Ann Margaret, Pamela Tiffin and Tony Franciosen, Diana Dors, Judy Garland, Marilyn Monroe, Ingrid Bergman and others, (300 approx) £50-80

1628

The Gold Rush (1925), set of 11 British Lobby cards from 1941 starring Charlie Chaplin, printed in England by Waterlow and Sons Ltd £60-90 See Illustration. 1629

Quantity of 10 x 8 film stills, some silver gelatin, including Fred MacMurray and Elizabeth Scott arrived at Odeon Leicester Square on 5th November 1951, Mickey Rooney, Roger Moore, Faye Dunaway, Vivien Leigh, collection of Bette Davis stills and stills from other films (300 approx) £50-80

1630

Quantity of 10 x 8 film stills, some silver gelatin, including Marilyn Monroe, photograph by Phil Stern, Judy Garland, Margaret Lockwood, Lizabeth Scott and others (300 approx) £60-90

1631

Quantity of US Lobby Cards including, The Good Die Young (1954) (4), Girls Can Play (1937) (8), Caught By Television (1936) (8), Extortion (1938) (4) and Murder In Greenwich Village (1937) (7) and others (37) £30-50


1632

Clint Eastwood (1930-), American Actor, including Unforgiven (1992) British Quad film poster, typed film synopsis, Where Eagles Dare (Spanish), Deadpool (US) British Lobby card from Escape From Alcatraz (No8), Spanish Lobby Cards from Magnum Force, Hang ‘Em High, Outlow Josey Wales, Dirty Harry, quantity of campaign books and related magazines (38) £40-60

1633

Quantity of War related British Quad film posters including, Tobruk (1967), Rommel’s Treasure (1955), Too Late The Hero (1970), The Hindenburg (1975), Who Dares Wins (1982) and others, folded, (20) £100-150

1634

Quantity of Comedy related British Quad film posters including, The Sting (1973), The Great Race (1965), Trail Of The Pink Panther (1982), Gumball Rally (1976) and others, folded, (54) £70-100

1635

Quantity of comedy related Campaign Books and Lobby Cards, including a 14 page fold out campaign book for The League Of Gentlemen (1960) and others from Carry On Abroad, The Plank, The Odd Couple, Good Sam, Fast And Loose, Mash, Here Comes Mr. Jordan and others (114) £20-40

1636

Quantity of Thriller, Horror and Science Fiction Campaign books including, 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) with special printed rice paper, Mutiny In Outer Space, The Transparent Man, The Twilight Zone, Curse Of The Crimson Altar, The Creeper, The Anniversary, The Fugitive Kind, Eye Of The Needle, Funeral In Berlin and others (48) £30-50

1637

Quantity of Lobby Cards, including a set from The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner (1962) (8), The Private Life Of Sherlock Holmes, The Importance Of Being Earnest, Sense and Sensibility, Far From The Madding Crowd, Back Street and others, US and British, (300) £50-80

1638

Quantity of British Quad film posters including, Goodbye Norma Jean (1976), artwork by Tom Chantrell, The Great Gatsby, Clockwork Orange, Anna Karenina, Life Is Beautiful and others, folded, (60) £60-90

1639

Quantity of assorted film posters including Billion Dollar Brain (Belgian), Vanishing Point, Kings Pirate, Star Wars, Rocky, Mad Max (Belgian, US, Spanish, Argentinian and British) , folded, (90) £50-80

1640

Collection of British Quad and One Sheet Carry On Posters including, Carry On Loving (1970), Carry On Cowboy (1966), Carry On Doctor (1967), Carry On Behind (1975), Don’t Loose Your Head (1966), Follow That Camel (1967), folded (6) £150-250

1641

Quantity of mainly British Lobby Cards and Press Books relating to Music including a set of Rock Around The Clock (1956), 10 x 8 photographs starring Bill Haley and his Comets, Don’t Knock The Twist, Don’t Knock The Rock, Catch Us If You Can and Campaign books from A Hard Day’s Night (The Beatles), Shake Rattle and Roll and others, (69) £40-60

1642

Quantity of film posters including, Miracle Rider (Dutch 28 x 20 Photograph), Stagecoach, The Scarlet Buccaneer, Sweet Smell Of Success, Adams Woman, The Outside Man, Mad Woman Of Challot and others (Belgian, US, Spanish, Argentinean and British), (72) £40-60

1643

James Bond collection, including a Goldfinger (1964) 12x17 Mexican Lobby Card, other lobby cards from Diamonds Are Forever, The Man With The Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Live And Let Die, Octopussy, Stills from The Spy Who Loved Me, You Only Live Twice, Octopussy, Pictorial press items, From Russia With Love, You Only Live Twice and License To Kill, United Artists Mock-Ups for Dr. No, Thunderball, Album Covers, Posters include the Title scene from Goldeneye, The Living Daylights, Tomorrow Never Dies (3) and an Octopussy British Quad, folded, (36) £50-80

1644

Collection of British Front of House Lobby Cards, 10x8 including, Easter Parade (1948) (7), starring Judy Garland, Singing In The Rain, starring Gene Kelly (8), Gentlemen Marry Brunettes, starring Jane Russell (8), The French Line, My Fair Lady, Sound Of Music, Grease and others (82) £40-60

1645

Quantity of mainly British Quad film posters related to Science Fiction including, Soylent Green (1973), Food Of The Gods, Batman, Masters Of The Universe and others, folded, (22) £60-90

1646

Quantity of Thriller related Lobby Cards, full sets and part sets including US 11x14 for Jack The Ripper (1960), Footsteps In The Fog, No Way Out, Mexican 16x13 for East Side, West Side, Female On The Beach, British 10x8 for The Mechanic, Cold Sweat, Battlecry, Make Me An Offer and others, (342) £40-60

1647

Collection of Crime related film items including a flier for Murder My Sweet (1944), starring Dick Powell, four lobby cards for Farwell My Lovely, starring Dick Powell, other lobby cards for Meet Boston Blackie (1941), Behind Closed Doors (1944), Extortion (1938), On The Waterfront (1954), The Wild One (1953), (US and British), (56) £50-80

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1648

Collection of Crime related lobby cards including, Murder In Greenwich Village (1936), starring Fay Wray (8), Extortion (1938) (8), Meet Boston Blackie (1941), Meet Nero Wolfe (1936) and others, (50) £30-50

1658

Quantity of Crime related Lobby Cards including The Glass Key (1942), starring Veronica Lake, Cosh Boy (1952), Just Before Dawn (1946), The Man Who Lived Twice (1936) and others, (41) £80-120

1649

Collection of War related Lobby Cards including, Two-Man Submarine (1944) (US 11x14), Commandos Strike At Dawn (1942), Appointment In Berlin (1943), Schlinder’s List (1994) and others (US and British) (59) £30-50

1659

Quantity of Family related British Quad film posters including, The Railway Children, The Secret Garden, Black Beauty, Fantasia, The Neverending Story and others, folded, (28) £30-50

1660 1650

The Official Academy Awards Presentations Attendees Programmes for the 1975 and 1979 Awards, with five Photoplay magazines from 1953 to 1955 (7) £30-50

Quantity of British Quad film posters including, For Love Or Money (1963), artwork by Tom Chantrell, Please Sir, Life Is A Miracle, The Champ, Wilde, Flash Gordon and others, folded, (44) £40-60

1651

Quantity of Thriller related British Quad film posters including, Where The Spies Are (1965), Postman Always Rings Twice, Predator, Godfather 3. First Blood, First Great Train Robbery and others, folded, (40) £70-100

1661

Carry On Cowboy (1966), British film poster, 15.5 x 24, starring Sid James, rolled, A £40-60

1652

Quantity of British Quad film posters including Gone With The Wind, Anna Karenina, Great Expectations, The Wild One, Runaway Bride and others, folded, (62) £40-60

1653

Quantity of Horror related British Quad film posters including, Scars Of Dracula (1970), Gothic, Company Of Wolves, Silence Of The Lambs, Frankenstein and others, folded, (20) £50-80

1654

Quantity of Western related British Quad and One Sheet film posters including, El Dorado (1966), Shooting, Fistful Of Dynamite, Stagecoach, Guns Of The Magnificent Seven and others, folded, (14) £80-120

1655

Quantity of Comedy and Music related lobby cards including, The Party (1968), The Return Of The Pink Panther, Road To Singapore, starring Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, La Parisienne starring Brigitte Bardot, There’s A Girl In My Soup and others, (US and British, full and part sets), (81) £30-50

1656

Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980), film producer and director, a collection of related items including, Still from Vertigo, Still from Lifeboat, Lobby Cards from Dial M For Murder, Rebecca, Under Capricorn, The Man Who Knew Too Much, (Mexican and Spanish), Premiere Brochure from the Odeon Leicester Square for To Catch A thief and a British Quad for Torn Curtain, folded, (14) £50-80

1657

Quantity of Comedy related lobby cards including, The Three Stooges, Have Rocket Will Travel (1959), Meet The Chump (1941), The Clown, You’re In The Army Now, along with other lobby cards and stills, (58) £60-90

116

1662

The Battle Of The River Plate (1956), British One Sheet film poster, War starring Peter Finch and John Gregson, folded, A £150-250 See Illustration. 1663

The Godfather (1972) and The Godfather Part II (1974), One Sheet film posters, starring Al Pacino, folded, A (2) £40-60

1662


1664

Taxi Driver (1976), The Tenant (1976) and Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf (1966), One sheet film posters, and The Tenant (1976) Austrailian Daybill, folded, B (4) £50-80

1665

Alfie (1966) and Gambit (1966), One Sheet film posters, starring Michael Caine, folded, B-C £80-120

1666

James Bond Moonraker (1979), US One sheet film poster, folded, B £60-90

1667

James Bond Diamonds Are Forever (1971), Spanish One Sheet film poster, folded, B £50-80

1668

Dog Day Afternoon (1975), US One sheet film poster, style B, starring Al Pacino, tri-folded, A £50-80

1669

Raging Bull (1980), US Advance One Sheet film poster, rolled, A £70-100

1670

Ocean’s 11 (2001), Ocean’s 12 (2004), The Manchurian Candidate (2004), US Advance One Sheets, and 25th Hour (2002), US One Sheet film poster, rolled, A (4) £30-50

Manchester United FC 1957-58 signatures, collected by the coach driver driving the Busby Babes to the airport to fly to Munich before the fatal plane crash, signatures comprising Eddie Colman, Matt Busby, Roger Byrne, Duncan Edwards, Tommy Taylor, T. Curry, Liam Whelan, Danny Blanchflower, J. Berry, Ray Wood, Dennis Viollet and Paul Cope (14 in total), and a Manchester United programme (vs Blackpool 1963-64 Season) containing an advert for Lingley coaches. PROVENANCE: By descent from Ted Lingley who was the uncle of the late husband of the vendor. £500-800 See Illustration.

1671

1671

1672

1673

The Little Mermaid (1989), Original Production Cel of the Disney character Ariel, used in the ‘Under The Sea’ dinglehopper scene, with original receipt, framed, 24x38cm £250-350

1673

Star Wars (1977), British Quad film poster, Pre Academy Awards, artwork by Tom Chantrell, first release, style C, folded, B £700-1,000 See Illustration. 1674

Carry On Screaming (1966), British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Kenneth Williams and Harry Corbett, lower case ‘a’ in Carry, linen backed, A £600-900 See Illustration. 1675

1674

In Like Flint (1967), British Quad film poster, artwork by Bob Peak and starring James Coburn, linen backed, A £300-500

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1676 1676

The Great Escape (1963), British Quad film poster, starring Steve McQueen, United Artists, linen-backed, A £2,000-4,000 See Illustration.

1680

Von Ryan’s Express / Our Man Flint (1965), British Quad Double Bill film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell and Bob Peak, starring Frank Sinatra and James Coburn, folded, A £50-80

1677

True Grit (1969), British Quad film poster, Western starring John Wayne, rolled, A £150-250

1681

Vampire Circus (1971), British Quad film poster, artwork by Vic Fair, Hammer Horror Productions, folded, A £150-250

1678

Lawrence Of Arabia (1971), British Quad film poster, starring Alec Guinness and Jack Hawkins, folded, B £200-400

1682

Batman / The Man Called Flintstone (1966), British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Burt Ward and Adam West, folded, A £400-600 See Illustration.

2001: A Space odyssey (1968) British Quad film poster, style B artwork, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, linen backed, A £300-500 See Illustration.

1679

1679

118

1683

Spartacus (1960) British Quad film poster, artwork by Saul Bass, directed by Stanley Kubrick, linen backed, A £250-350

1682


1690

Hang ‘Em High (1968) British Quad film poster, artwork by Arnaldo Putzu, Western starring Clint Eastwood, linen backed, A £300-500

1691

Stagecoach (1948) US One Sheet re-release film poster, starring John Wayne, 48/1186, linen backed, A £600-800 See Illustration. 1692

The Sea Chase (1955), Spanish One Sheet film poster, artwork by Montalban, directed by John Farrow and starring John Wayne, linen backed, A £300-500

1693

The Enforcer (1976) British Quad film poster, photographed and designed by Bill Gold, starring Clint Eastwood, linen backed, A £80-120

1694

Harrison Ford (1942-), Actor, Indiana Jones signed photograph with dedication £40-60

1695

But Not For Me (1959) film starring Clarke Gable, a prop coffee pot used in the film along with a photograph showing the scene £80-120

1689 1684

Big Wednesday (1978) US One Sheet film poster, directed by John Milius, also known as Summer Of Innocence, linen backed, A £250-350

1685

Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid (1969) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Beauvais, linen backed, A £250-350

1686

Pale Rider (1985) British Quad film poster, Western starring Clint Eastwood, linen backed, A £200-400

1687

South Of Monterey (1946) British Quad film poster, starring Gilbert Roland as the Cisco Kid, Pathe Pictures Ltd, linen backed, A £400-600

1688

The House In The Square (1951) British Quad film poster, artwork by Roger Hall, starring Tyrone Power and Ann Blyth, also known as ‘I’ll Never Forget You’, linen backed, A £150-250

1689

The Magnificent Seven (1960) Spanish One Sheet film poster, artwork by Mac., starring Steve McQueen and Yul Brynner, linen backed, A £300-500 See Illustration. 1691

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1696

Star Wars, two signed photographs by two actors from the film, Dave Prowse (Darth Vader) and Mark Hamill (Luke) (2) £40-60

1697

Liverpool Football Club, signed celebration Dinner programme from the 1974 FA cup final, signed by 11 including Kevin Keegan, Tommy Smith, Emlyn Hughes, Ian Callaghan, Phil Thompson, Brian Hall, Steve Heighway, Peter Cormack, Alec Lindsay, Ray Clemence and one other indistinct (John Toshack), signed in blue ink along with two rosettes £50-80

1698

Collection of signed items, including a photograph of Hayley Mills (Actress) and three others, also the film Coming Home £20-30

1699

Ozzy Osbourne original music t shirt from the 1980 UK tour, Blizzard Of Ozz, along with a signed Sharon Osbourne autobiography and an Ozzy Osbourne book (3) £30-40

1716 1711

Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back (1980), US One sheet film poster, artwork by Tom Jung, folded, A £100-150

1700

James Bond 007 lighting crew cap used on the film with interior label from Beechfield £20-30

1712

Funeral In Berlin (1967), US One sheet film poster, starring Michael Caine, folded, A £80-120

1701

The Beatles, Abbey Road crossing graphic original cap £20-30

1713

Taking Woodstock (2009) US One sheet film poster, directed by Ang Lee, rolled, A £40-60

1702

First Knight (1995), prop sword used in the film by Richard Gere with photograph (2) £50-80

1714

Cabaret (1972) German film poster, starring Liza Minnelli, rolled, A £30-50

1703

A Quantity of Tour backstage passes from bands including Ozzy Osbourne, Heavy Pettin’, Gary Moore and others, a quantity of hotel keys from tours and a Rolling Stones Tour Programme Provenance: From the personal collection of an ex EMI employee £50-70

1715

Hang ‘Em High (1968) British Quad film poster, artwork by Arnaldo Putzu, Western starring Clint Eastwood, single fold, B £150-250

1704

Michael Caine (1933-) Actor, A Dinner suit as worn for the film Quicksand (2001), tailored by Gerard Sene, Hollywood and bearing interior label with name tag £100-150

1716

For A Few Dollars More (1965) British Quad film poster, Western starring Clint Eastwood, tri-folded, C £200-400 See Illustration. 1717

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (1966) British Quad film poster, Western starring Clint Eastwood, tri-fold, B £150-250

1705

Otto Nemenz film crew cap

£20-30

1718

1706

Film crew jacket from film Erik the Viking (1989) £40-60

Fellini Satyricon (1969) British Quad film poster and a mini film poster, rolled, A £150-250

1719

1707

10th International festival of country music of Empire pool, Wembley, 1978, package with 22 photos to include Don Everley etc. £40-60

A Fistful Of Dollars (1964) British Quad film poster, Western starring Clint Eastwood, trifold, C £100-150

1720

1708

Signed photograph of the actor Tom Selleck £40-60

Jungle Book (1967) British Quad film poster, Disney, single fold, A £70-100

1721

Midnight Cowboy (1969) British Quad film poster, starring Dustin Hoffman, rolled, C £60-90

1722

The Beatles ‘Yellow Submarine’, Original black and white transparencies by King FeaturesSubafilms Ltd 1968, each depicting various scenes from the film, with individual numbers, YS-57, YS-67, YS-68, YS-69, YS-70, YS-71, YS-72, YS-73, YS-74, YS-75, (10) 10x 12.5cm £100-150

1709

Signed photo of the comedian Eddie Izzard £20-30

1710

Three signed photographs from the film ‘Bridget Jones: The edge of reason’ of Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, and Renee Zellweger £80-120

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1729

The Blues Brothers (1980) British Quad film poster, starring John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd, folded, A £80-120

1730

Flash Gordon (1980) British 40 x 60 film poster, artwork by Renato Casaro, starring Sam Jones, folded, A £150-250

1731

The Sea Wolves (1980) British Quad film poster, artwork by Arnaldo Putzu, folded, A £50-80

1732 1732

Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back (1980) British Quad film poster, artwork by Dew Struzan, silver logo, and two alternate sets of mini lobby cards (17) £150-250 See Illustration. 1733

The Cincinnati Kid (1965) Original storyboard from the film scene with the cockfight, starring Steve McQueen, charcoal drawing, signed Dukelski, mounted, 30 x 50cm £100-150 See Illustration. 1734

The Cincinnati Kid (1965) Original storyboard showing scenes from the film starring Steve McQueen, two charcoal drawings, both signed Dukelski, mounted, (2), both 33 x 50cm approx £150-250

1735

The Cincinnati Kid (1965) Original storyboard showing scenes from the film starring Steve McQueen, 4 charcoal drawing, unsigned but possibly by Dukelski, mounted, (4) 23 x 30cm approx £100-150

1733 1723

The Beatles ‘Yellow Submarine’ Original colour transparencies by King Features - Subafilms Ltd. 1968, each depicting scenes from the film, each individually stamped 111 Kodak Safety-Film and numbered, YS-1, YS-2, YS-3, YS-9, YS-18, YS-20, YS-21, Ys-34, YS-37, YS-44, YS-55, YS-69, YS-70, YS-71, YS-72, YS-73, YS-75, LB32710, (18) 10x 12.5cm £200-400

1724

The Beatles, colour transparancies, some candid photos showing John, George, Paul and Ringo and others from a film set, Kodak and HCL, 13 measuring 7x7cm, 4 measuring 5x5cm and another unmounted, (18) £300-500

1725

Masters and Masterpieces of The Screen book published in 1927, quantity of campaign books and other film related items, including While Parents Sleep, Of Mice And Men, Phadera, Prison Without Bars, The Devil’s Disciple and others £50-80

1726

The Deer Hunter (1978) British Quad film poster, starring Robert De Niro, folded, A £50-80

1727

Monty Python’s Life Of Brian (1979) British Quad film poster, artwork by Josh Kirby, folded, A £50-80

1728

Pinocchio (1940) 1960’s re-release British Quad film poster, Disney, folded, A £50-80

1736

Television, A Monthly Magazine The World`s First Television Journal Vol.1 No.1, illustrated, March 1928 £80-120 See Illustration.

1736 121


1742 1737

Frederick Forsyth, Two first edition books, The Day Of The Jackal, 1971 and The Devil’s Alternative, hardback, dust-jackets, Hutchinson £50-80

1738

John Braine, First edition books, including Room At The Top, 1957, The Vodi, 1959, Life At The Top, 1962, The Crying Game, 1968, The Queen Of A Distant Country, 1972, hardback, dust-jackets, Eyre & Spottiswoode/ Eyre Methuen (5) £80-120

1739

Len Deighton, First Edition books including, Funeral In Berlin, 1964, An Expensive Place To Die, 1967, with docket insert, Billion Dollar Brain, 1966, Close-up, 1972, Yesterday’s Spy, 1975, Goodbye Mickey Mouse, 1982, Berlin Game, 1983, together with Len Deighton’s Continental Dossier, 1968, hardbacks, dustjackets, Jonathan Cape/ Hutchinson, (8) £100-150

1740

Agatha Christie, First Edition books including, They Came To Baghdad, 1951, Mrs. McGinty’s Dead, 1952, Destination Unknown, 1954, Ordeal By Innocence, 1958, hardback with dust-jackets, Collins, (4) £150-250

1741

Agatha Christie, First Edition books, including Death Comes To The End, 1945, Cat Among The Pigeons, 1959, The Adventure Of The Christmas Pudding, 1960, Endless Night, 1967, Nemesis, 1971, Elephants Can Remember, 1972, Curtain Poirot’s Last Case, 1975, hardbacks with dust-jackets, Collins, (7) £100-150

1742

Ian Fleming, First Edition books, Thunderball, 1961, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, 1963, The Man With The Golden Gun, 1965 and Octopussy, 1966, hardback with dust-jackets, Jonathan Cape, (4) £200-400 See Illustration.

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1743

Collection of First Edition books, including, Wilbur Smith, Hungry As The Sea, 1978 and A Falcon Flies, 1980, Heinemann, John Le Carre, The Looking-Glass War, 1965 and Smiley’s People, 1980, Heinemann/ Hodder and Stoughton, Hardbacks with dust-jackets, (4) £50-80

1744

A collection of over 35 Mono and Stereo LP records, including 18 Elvis Presley Records Elvis and Mono unless stated otherwise: Double Trouble (RD 7892), Fun In Acapulco (RD-7609), Aloha From Hawaii (CPD2-2642), Califonia Holiday (RD-7820), Love Letters from Elvis (SF 8202), Harem Holiday (RD-7767), Frankie And Johnny (RD-7793), Girls! Girls! Girls! (RD-7534), Flaming Star (Stereo), It Happened At The World’s Fair (RD-7565), Speedway (RD 7957), Roustabout (RD-7678), His Hand In Mine (RD-27211), G.I Blues (RD-27192), How Great Thou Art (RD7867), Blue Hawaii (RD-27238), Clambake (RD7917), Let’s Be Friends (Stereo), Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits Elvis Boxed Set (LPM 6401), In Style With The Crickets (LVA 9142), Something Old (LBY 1120), The Buddy Holly Story (LVA 9105), That’ll Be The Day - Buddy Holly (AH 3), Jerry Lee Lewis (HA-S2138), Reminiscing - Buddy Holly (LVA 9212), The “Chirping” Crickets (LVA 9081), Bringing It All Back Home (BPG 62515), Lonely Teardrops - Jackie Wilson (LVA 9108), Jerry Lee’s Greatest (HA-S 2440), Bobby Vee Meets The Crickets (LBY 1086), Crazy - Roy Orbison (HA-U 2437), Help! - The Beatles (PMC 1255). Along with 3 other stereo records. £150-200

1745

Lauren Bacall, By Myself. Signed book. Jonathan Cape Ltd, London, United Kingdom, 1979. Hard back book with dust jacket and cover. 377 pages with 51 b/w photo illustrations. Signed by Author. £30-50


1746

Nine photos with signatures by Hollywood actresses including Diana Dors (2, framed and mounted, each 16.5”x12”), Cyd Charisse (framed 10”x8”), Tippi Hedren (mounted on card 15.75”x11.75”), Sigourney Weaver (framed 10”x8”), Melanie Griffith (framed and mounted 16”x12”), Doris Day (framed 7”x5”), Carroll Baker (framed and mounted 16”x12”), and Kim Basinger (framed 10”x8”). £200-300

1747

Various framed photos signed by pop stars. Including Connie Francis (framed 10”x8”), Diana Ross (framed 7” record Working Overtime), Cyndi Lauper (2, framed, each 8”x10”), Lisa Stansfield (framed and mounted, 22”x10”), and a signed Kim Wilde LP ‘Close’. £40-60

1748

Elvis On Tour (1972) British Quad film poster, MGM, framed and glazed, folded, A £150-250

1749

Fred Astaire (1899-1987), American Actor and Dancer, a signed autograph page in black point, with accompanying photograph £80-120

1750

Sammy Davis. Jr (1925-1990), American Entertainer and member of the Ratpack, signed photograph, signed, ‘Love & Peace, Sammy Davis Jr’, in blue point £80-120

1751

A boxed Superman watch, with a leather strap £30-50

1758 1752

Two 1970 FA Cup final football programmes for Chelsea v Leeds United at Wembley with one original ticket £15-30

1753

Jour De Fete (1949) Belgian film poster, folded, C, 37x 56cm £400-600 See Illustration. 1754

I Shot Andy Warhol (1996), film poster, framed and glazed, rolled, A 50 x 75cm £40-60

1755

New Musical Express (NME) playing cards, full set, framed and glazed £40-60

1756

Vintage Oak cased Pinball machine, 80cm £50-80

1757

Smith Sectric Wall Clock, Craven A Never Vary £40-60

1758

Charles Chaplin (1889-1977), English Film Comedian, Vintage signed photograph, signed ‘Yours Truly Charles Chaplin’ in bold blue ink to lower right, 17.5x12cm £200-400 See Illustration. 1759

1753

Quantity of Formula 1 related items including two signed autographs of Michael Schumacher, another signed photograph, a Ferrari presentation photograph to a leaving member of the team, tickets to the British Grand Prix, a Damon Hill Williams Renault Limited Edition Print signed by Paul Wale and other items £50-80 123


1760

Quantity of signed items from Stars of the stage a screen, including books signed by Terence Stamp, Claire Francis and Terry Wogan, Danny Devito signed photo and three signed photos of the singer Emile Ford £30-50

1761

Star Wars Return Of The Jedi (1983) Original storyboard used in the production, showing a biker scout, dated Jan 13 1982, mounted, 21 x 28cm £50-80 See Illustration. 1762

Batman Returns (1992) Two screen used film prop ‘Oswald Means Order’ badges, worn in the scene at the Mayor’s campaign office, 10cm with a certificate of authenticity £40-60

1763

Freaky Friday (2003) Signed film still by Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan, 20 x 25.5cm £20-40

1764

Foot-loose (2011) Screen worn top with silver ring and necklace worn in several scenes in the film by Rusty, (Ziah Colon), with a certificate of authenticity from Paramount Pictures £50-80

1765

Sunshine (2007) A piece of the Icarus II Model miniature section in the film directed by Danny Boyle, created by the production artists to simulate the spaceship’s exterior, with a certificate of authenticity, 12.5 x 11cm £20-40

1766

Splice (2009) A pair of prosthetic Child ‘Dren’ ears used in the science fiction film, created from soft latex, mounted and framed, with a certificate of authenticity, 40 x 30cm £60-90

1772 1767

Armageddon (1998) A prop newspaper with the headline ‘Disaster In Space’, can be seen in the scenes towards the beginning of the movie when the people of New York discover the news that the space Shuttle Atlantis has been destroyed, framed and glazed, with certificate of authenticity, 39 x 29cm £50-80

1768

Air Force One (1997) A prop napkin, used in the on board scenes in the film starring Harrison Ford, framed, 25 x 20cm £30-50

1769

Pink Panther original cels, two with annotations, one in pencil, framed, (4)

£50-80

1770

The Princess Bride (1987) film production filofax, including unit list, story boards, schedules, facilities, maps and script, used by the location manager Paul Shersby with personal annotations and two scripts of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein (1993), (3) £50-80

1771

Collection of Arsenal football programmes mostly from the 1950s and 1960s £30-50

1772

Muhammad Ali (1942-) signed boxing glove in presentation case with a certificate of authenticity £600-800 See Illustration. 1773

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The Beatles Monthly Book circa 1963/68, ranging from 2-62, some duplicates, 59 in total £50-80

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Walt Disney (1901-1966) American Animator, autograph in orange crayon, and a Ward Kimball (1914-2002) American animator and one of Disney’s Nine Old Men, sketch of Mickey Mouse with caption ‘This Is Not Bugs Bunny!’ with signature below, mounted and in a single framed, 33 x 41cm £300-500 See Illustration. 1761 124


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Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid (1969) autographs by Paul Newman, Robert Redford and Katherine Ross, in a mounted and framed display, 40x45cm £100-150

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E.T. the extra-terrestrial (1982) autographs in a framed display, including Steven Spielberg, Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace-Stone, Peter Coyote, Robert MacNaughton and another indistinct, 58x48cm £150-250

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J.M. Barrie (1860-1937) Scottish Author and creator of Peter Pan, autograph on paper, with indistinct dedication, in framed display, 30x40cm £100-150 A collection of 8 Beatles Mono LP records. Including Beatles For Sale (PMC 1240), With The Beatles (PMC 1206), A Hard Days Night (PMC 1230), Help (PMC 1255), Revolver (PMC 7009), Rubber Soul (PMC 1267), SGT. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band - gatefold complete with original blake designed cut-out sheet (PMC 7027), A Collection of Beatles Oldies (PMC 7016). Two modern Rolling Stones LPs in shrinkwrap: Let It Bleed and Jump Back: Best of the Rolling Stones. £50-80

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Captain Blood (1935), First edition hardcover book by Rafael Sabatini, published by Grosset & Dunlap, New York, signed in black fountain pen by the main members including Errol Flynn, Olivia De Havilland, Ross Alexander, Robert Barrat and Guy Kibbee £300-500 See Illustration. 1782

William Wyler Academy Award nomination certificate for The Heiress in 1949, nominated for his outstanding achievement, 29x25cm £300-500 See Illustration. 1783

Basil Rathbone (1892-1967) Actor known for playing Sherlock Holmes, autograph in pencil on paper, in a mounted display, 36x32cm £100-150

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The Day Of The Triffids (1962) US One sheet film poster, Allied Artists, folded, B £200-400

1785

James Bond The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) US One sheet film poster, folded, A £80-120

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Lolita (1962) French Grande film poster, artwork by Roger Soubie, folded, A £300-500 See Illustration. 1787

The Wild Bunch (1969) US One sheet film poster, folded, A £80-120

1788

Le Mans (1971) 1/2 Sheet film poster, starring Steve McQueen, rolled, B £40-60

1789

The Great Escape (1963) 1/2 Sheet film poster, starring Steve McQueen, rolled, C £30-50

1790

King Creole (1958) 1/2 Sheet film poster starring Elvis Presley, linen backed, A £50-80

1791

High Plains Drifter (1973) Three Sheet film poster, starring Clint Eastwood, linen backed, A £150-250

1792

H.G. Wells The Time Machine (1960) US One sheet film poster, linen backed, A £200-400 See Illustration. 1793

A Fistful Of Dollars (1964) 1970R Spanish One Sheet film poster, starring Clint Eastwood, linen backed, A £100-150

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Green Mansions (1959) US One Sheet film poster, linen backed, A £100-150

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The Godfather (1972) Spanish One sheet film poster, linen backed, A £100-150

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Sebastian Kruger (1963-) artist, ‘40/40’ limited edition artists proof Giclee Print on canvas of The Rolling Stones, individually signed by the artist and numbered AP 17/25, framed (4) 104x40cm each £4,000-6,000 See Illustration. 1797

Large quantity of Theatre programmes from the late 20th Century, mainly London Theatres £20-40

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Star Wars C3PO standee, signed With Force by Anthony Daniels £30-50

1799

Rolling Stones, Sticky Fingers signed Lp, COC 59100 withdrawn zip version, signed to front in clear point by Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, Ronnie Wood and Andy Warhol, in a framed, mounted display, with certificate of authenticity, 80x56cm £2,000-4,000 See Illustration. 1786

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Rolling Stones Flowers signed LP, PS 509, signed in clear point to front cover, by Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman and Keith Richards, in a mounted, framed display, with certificate of authenticity, 66 x 72 cm £1,000-1,500

1801

David Haye, signed boxing glove in a mounted, framed display, with certificate of authenticity, and two signed photographs by Tommy Morrison and James ‘Buster’ Douglas, (3) £100-150

1802

Led Zeppelin, signed music sheet by Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Bonham and John Paul Jones, in a mounted, framed display, with certificate of authenticity, 63 x 68cm £1,000-1,500

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Queen, The Game signed Lp, 5E-513A SP, signed to front cover in clear black point, by Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon, in a mounted, framed display, with a certificate of authenticity, 71 x 45cm £1,000-1,500

1804

The Who, Meaty Beaty Big And Bouncy signed LP DL79184, to front cover, by Keith Moon, Pete Townshend, John Entwhistle and Roger Daltrey, in a mounted, framed display, with certificate of authenticity, 46x77cm £600-800

1805

The Police, signed Stratocaster style Guitar by Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland to the front, with certificate of authenticity, 102cm £500-800

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England Football signed display by the full 2006 World Cup team and manager, including David Beckham, John Terry, Steven Gerrard, Michael Owen, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard, Rio Ferdinand and others, in a mounted, framed display, with certificate of authenticity, 47x67cm £400-600

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A signed replica Boxing belt by 12 former World Champions including, Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, Roy Jones Jr., Ken Norton, Lennox Lewis, Oscar De La Hoya, Joe Frazier, George Foreman, Julio Cesar Chavez, Roberto Duran, Thomas Hearns and Mike Tyson, in a mounted, framed display, with certificate of authenticity, 50x151cm £2,000-4,000 See Illustration.

1807 Pink Floyd The Wall signed LP AL36184, signed by Roger Waters, Nick Mason, Richard Wright and David Gilmour, in a mounted, framed display, with certificate of authenticity, 59x73cm £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 1807

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Amy Winehouse, Musician signed photograph to front in clear blue point, with certificate of authenticity, 27x20cm £50-80

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Henry Cooper signed boxing glove, signed ‘Sir Henry Cooper’, with certificate of authenticity £80-120

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Spike Milligan pen sketch inscribed “A man can’t have everything - where would he put it” 8 x 5in. (20 x 13cm) £100-200

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UK AUCTIONEERS IN £8 MILLION BID TO WOO CHINESE BUYERS Historic Triple-A sale in Xiamen is groundbreaking initiative

an appetite Chinese collectors have for Western antiques and works of art.

Fine art, antiques and collectibles worth £8 million, consigned from the West by a consortium of UK auctioneers, are currently on a container ship on the high seas on their way to an historic first sale in China to be conducted by a Mainland China auction house. The sale, which will be conducted in the Xiamen Free Port in Fujian Province, is on Sunday April 21.

“Aside from a charity sale in the Forbidden City in 1988 and the auction of a single sculpture in September last year, participation by foreign auctioneers in mainland Chinese auctions has been impossible. China has never seen a sale of Western antiques and fine art of this magnitude in which Western auctioneers have been involved.

The sale is a ground-breaking initiative by the recently-formed Association of Accredited Auctioneers (Triple-A). The association comprises 21 of the leading independent auctioneers from around the UK who have pooled their resources to promote this quintessentially English industry in China. The sale will be conducted by the Chinese auctioneer Huachen Auctions Co. Ltd and will be promoted by EpaiLive Auction Co. Ltd, the only on-line live bidding portal of its kind in China. EpaiLive will promote the event directly to more than 100,000 buyers with a registered interest in “European taste” and the printed catalogues, translated into Chinese will also be published online. The sale will be conducted in RMB, the local currency.

Offering Chinese buyers the opportunity to examine the sale items is an important aspect of the venture and the pre-sale viewing of the auction highlights is being launched in Beijing on April 12 at the British Ambassador’s residence. As has previously been reported, Triple-A have already enrolled in an escrow and foreign exchange licensing system – organised by, but operated independently of, EpaiLive – that ensures payments made by successful bidders and can be transmitted into Sterling without delay. Triple-A’s chairman, Chris Ewbank, said: “Our members are participating in this sale specifically to introduce a much broader range of European taste in order to test the market and to learn just how strong

“We have been overwhelmed by support for the sale by Triple-A members and their clients and whilst the logistics of pulling this sale together have been immense, everything is going to plan.” The sale comprises nearly 400 lots and includes more than 160 lots of Antique Furniture and Works of Art; 100 lots of both Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Prints and Contemporary Art; 50 lots of Coins, Stamps books and manuscripts and 50 lots of highly decorative Clocks and silver. A selection will be on view in Beijing at the Radegast Hotel from April 13-14 and in Xiamen in the Freeport Zone from April 18-20, prior to the sale on April 21. Current plans include the re-creation of a Louis XIV style room as a backdrop for the auction. Forums and lectures will be featured at both venues, given by Triple-A members at the request of Huachen Auctions. Huachen specialists and EpaiLive executives. Chris Ewbank said: “Our original plan was to initiate a consignment worth in the region of £1.5 to £2 million. In response to the strength of support from Triple-A member clients, and given the practical problems in moving so many objects first to Beijing and then Xiamen, it was decided to concentrate on quality and not quantity. The combined low estimate for the sale is around £8 million.” Among the most valuable items is a trio of paintings by Russian artists which is estimated to sell for a total of around £500,000. It comprises a 1941 portrait of Colonel V.I. Tsvetikov by the acclaimed Socialist realism painter Alexander Laktionov (1910-1972) and two works by Polish-born Vasily Kotarbinsky (1849-1921) who spent most of his creative life in Kiev. Two Girls in Pink and Yellow, 124 by 62 cm, and Girl Amongst Hollyhocks, 124 by 62 cm, are both from a private UK collection and each is estimated at £150,000-180,000.

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The visual arts content of the sale also includes contemporary works, very much of the present day. French graffiti artist Blek le Rat (b.1951) is represented by “Computer Man”, a work in mixed media, aerosol spray and metallic paint on canvas, 195 x 129.5cm, signed and dated 2008, which is estimated at £25,000-30,000, while a numbered and signed silkscreen of Mickey Mouse by Andy Warhol (1928-1987) from the artist’s Myths portfolio, printed in colours with diamond dust, 96.5 x 96.5cm, signed in pencil, is from the edition of 200, published by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc., New York, in 1981. It is estimated at £80,000-£120,000 Acquired directly from the artist and from a private London collection is Sir Terry Frost’s “Delivery of the Knight”, an oil on canvas 52 x 91cm, signed and dated 64 on the canvas overflap and signed, titled and dated on the artist’s own label attached to the reverse. It is estimated at £35,000-40,000. In furniture, the design of a fine 19th century Louis XVI style gilt bronze-mounted mahogany commode à vantaux with bronzes by Léon Kahn closely relates to a pair of commodes adapted by Benneman from a model by Joseph Stockel and supplied to Marie-Antoinette in 1786 for the Salon des Jeux at Fontainebleau. Léon Kahn was a leading bronzier working in Paris

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in the last quarter of the 19th century. Little is known about the man or his oeuvre, but signed examples of his work are nearly always influenced by the great ébénistes (cabinet makers) of the 18th century, such as Benneman. His mounts are always of the very highest quality with exceptional casting and chiselling. The present example has a shaped white and grey veined marble top. It sits above two frieze drawers with panels of scrolling foliate acanthus, framing a lion’s head above two cupboard doors and sides decorated with a demi-lune panel of applied giltbronze scrolling acanthus with a ribbon-hung garland and a central circular gilt-bronze plaque of a mother and child in the manner of the 18th century sculptor Clodion. Dating from circa 1880, the commode is estimated at £100,000-120,000. An impressive Napoleon III gilt bronze and champlevé enamel three-piece clock garniture designed by Eugene Cornu and made by G. Viot et Cie, Paris, is estimated at £50,000-70,000. The clock is surmounted by a bust of a young woman dressed in 16th century costume with a white jewelled enamel collar, while the rectangular case has scrolling handles set with acanthus branches and an apron centred by a winged cherub’s mask, The clock’s dial is signed ‘BOULD. DES ITALIENS 24 PARIS’. Completing the garniture is a pair of


candelabra, one surmounted by a cockerel and the other by an owl. The partnership of Cornu and Viot created luxurious objects and furniture incorporating marble and decorated with enamel and bronze, as well as vases and fountains in marble. They reaped success at the 1867 Exposition Universelle in Paris, at which they won a gold medal. Both are recorded at the premises of G. Viot et Cie, ‘The Algerian Onyx-Marbles Co.’, 24, Boulevard des Italiens, Paris. The garniture dates from circa 1865. Elsewhere in clocks, a George I quarter repeat ebony table clock with arched brass dial engraved “John Shaw, Holborn” and a single fusee movement with verge escapement dates from the first quarter of the 18th century and is estimated at £12,000-14,000, as is a George III mahogany longcase clock with brass and silvered arched dial by John Williams, London. One highlight among works of art is a good pair of Napoleon III bronze and ormolu candelabra by Victor Paillard of Paris and H. Picard, the five lights of each issuing from urns of flowers and fruit held aloft by twin robed maidens. The pair is estimated at £25,000-30,000. Although best known as a fondeur, Victor Paillard (d.1886) also created and produced his own sculptures, chenels, candelabra, and other decorative objects and clocks. In the 1830s he opened his own business of ‘Bronze D’Art et de Ameublement’ at 105 Boulevard Beaumarchais and 6 Rue SaintClaude, first showing his own work at the Exposition des Produits et d’industrie in 1839. By 1855 he was employing about 100 workmen and was able to offer his clients hundreds of models in bronze and

zinc imitations. As a founder he also worked for numerous well known sculptors, such as Pradler, Barya and Carrier-Belleuse. Chinese collectors are renowned for their love of ancient classical coins, banknotes and stamps. Among highlights of this section of the sale is an important tetradrachm from the famous Prospero Collection, circa 466-465 BC, by the ‘Demareteion’ Master, which is estimated at £40,000-60,000. Among the most beautiful, of all the archaic and classical coinage of Syracuse, the coin’s obverse depicts a charioteer driving a quadriga to the right with Nike, God of War, flying above. The reverse shows the head of Arethusa facing to right, wearing an olive-wreath, perhaps in reference to a recent victory in battle, encircled by four dolphins. Minted last year in the Chinese Year of the Dragon, an Alderney, Channel Isles, gold proof £1,000 coin is not only the largest British coin ever made – it weighs in at one kilogram – its reverse is decorated with a unique dragon design created by the most senior engraver in the Royal Mint, Gordon Summers. The obverse bears the acclaimed portrait of The Queen by Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS. Certificated number three in a series of only 10 such coins minted, and legal tender in Alderney, the coin is estimated at £90,000-100,000. Two oriental dragons facing each other and a portrait of Jui Gung Jan, the Minister of Commerce, decorate an attractive Sin Chun Bank of China banknote in

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the high denomination of $10 – very rare for this bank – which dates from 1907. It is estimated at £7,000-10,000, while the most valuable among postage stamps is a sheet of 12 Penny Blacks with cancellation removals from the so-called Rainbow Trials, which is believed to be unique in private hands. Roland Hill’s new UK flat rate postage stamp costing a penny produced an enormous increase in letter volume, but some people still tried to evade paying for the service. Between May and December 1840, various coloured inks were trialled by post offices to frank or “cancel” stamps in an attempt to find one other than black which could not be removed by applying chemicals. Black ink on a black stamp was not reliable, but red proved satisfactory, as the present sheet shows. Penny Red stamps replaced Penny Blacks just nine months after their inception.

of such chemical experiments and one of only three known sheets with red cancellations, the others being in the British Royal Family Collection and British National Postal Collection. Believed to be unique in private hands, it is estimated to fetch in the region of £200,000. Triple-A is a not for profit organisation which aims to provide an easy channel for Chinese buyers to access the UK auction market and to provide solutions to the historic challenges to Chinese buyers at auction of language barrier, foreign currency payments, and shipping. The Triple-A membership represents the highest level of standards and service in the profession, jealously guarding its accreditation standards with a rigid code of practice to which all members must adhere. For further information, please contact the auctioneer on 01483 223101 or antiques@ewbankauctions.co.uk.

This is believed to be the earliest known example

Picture shows Chris Ewbank, second from left, meeting the deputy mayor of Beijing and his entourage at the Triple-A stand at the Beijing International Art Fair in December.

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EWBANK’S APPOINT NEW SPECIALIST Leading Surrey fine art and antiques auctioneers Ewbank’s have appointed a new specialist, Alastair McCrea, who will be introducing sales of Rock, Pop, Photography, Cinema, Entertainment and sporting memorabilia to the Guildford saleroom. That’s him on the right.

Alastair was born and educated in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, moving to England aged 19 to study for a degree in Photography and Video at De Montfort University in Leicester. He gained his Master’s degree at the London Metropolitan University whilst working at the other Guildford saleroom. He introduced Entertainment auctions there in 2010. The Dalek is among a number of scarce and valuable items already consigned for the Ewbank’s auction. A full scale exact replica of the extraterrestrial mutants, as seen in the 1988 BBC TV Doctor Who series Remembrance Of The Daleks, the cream and gold cyborg is made from glass fibre, metal and wood with interior electronics and runs on wheels. It is estimated at £1,000-1,500. Ewbank’s will also now be holding regular 20th Century Design, as well as Costume Fashion and Textiles auctions at their Surrey saleroom. For further information, please contact the auctioneer on 01483 223101 or antiques@ewbankauctions.co.uk.

His friend – an evil, menacing Dalek, one of Dr Who’s arch enemies – will feature in Alastair’s first auction at Ewbank’s on March 20. A 27-year-old with a Master’s degree in Photography, Alastair joins Ewbank’s from another Guildford auctioneer, where he was saleroom manager. Said Ewbank’s principal, Chris Ewbank: “We are delighted to welcome Alastair to the team. He has proved himself to be highly knowledgeable in his area of interest and we are keen to grow sales of entertainment memorabilia which have become increasingly popular, particularly with a new generation of collectors. “We propose to introduce the new sales category to our regular auctions of fine art, antiques and collectors’ items with immediate effect, after which regular stand-alone entertainment memorabilia auctions will be held.”

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Prices achieved in the Late Summer Antiques & Fine Art Auction 19th, 20th and 21st September 2012 Lot

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380 50 90 300 930 160 240 700 170 20 20 250 180 100 200 250 200 200 500 150 220 1,450 130 380 200 260 220 150 55 60 55 70 70 180 35 170 150 100 75 200 20 380 400 15 120 280 20 65 80 115 240 310 360 400 55 620 40 430 440 40 400 520

334 335 337 338 339 340 341 342 348 350 350A 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374A 375 375A 376 377 378 379 380 380A 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399

160 100 110 80 140 120 95 550 65 75 50 90 240 260 300 550 280 55 85 420 170 270 110 160 160 50 150 55 125 480 140 110 100 820 75 330 65 100 100 340 190 220 140 180 150 200 1,000 710 500 100 130 1,100 75 90 130 220 850 800 180 85 150 95

660 661 662 663 664 664A 665 666 667 668 669 670 671 672 673 674A 675 676 677 678 679 680 681 681A 682 683 684 685 686 687 688 689 690 691 692 693 694 695 696 697 698 699 703 704 705 706 708 710 711 712 715 716 717 719 720 721 722 723 724 725 727 727A

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1047 1049 1052 1053 1055 1056 1057 1058 1059 1063 1064 1065 1072 1073 1074 1075 1076 1077 1078 1079 1080 1081 1082 1084 1085 1086 1087 1088 1092 1093 1094 1097 1098 1099 1100 1100A 1101 1101A 1103A 1104 1105A 1106A 1107 1107A 1108 1109 1110 1110A 1111 1112 1113 1114 1115 1116 1117 1118 1119 1121 1122 1123 1124 1125

280 850 190 340 200 250 200 100 320 150 380 380 85 45 35 30 80 130 40 1,700 200 35 20 20 50 50 420 150 120 50 90 200 200 200 260 260 50 30 20 80 20 170 750 160 450 75 50 100 120 200 190 190 55 300 85 40 70 200 20 50 110 50

1480 1480A 1481 1481A 1482 1483 1484 1485 1486 1487 1488 1489 1490 1491 1492 1493 1494 1495 1496 1497 1498 1499 1500 1501 1502 1503 1504 1505 1506 1507 1508 1509 1510 1510A 1511 1511A 1512 1513 1514 1515 1516 1517 1518 1519 1519A 1520 1520A 1521 1521A 1522 1522A 1523A 1524 1526 1528 1529 1530 1530A 1531 1532 1533 1534

80 50 60 20 40 45 50 40 45 60 35 25 25 25 115 460 45 600 70 200 60 10 86 160 50 20 300 10 40 1,000 180 950 600 40 1,000 10 850 850 600 600 750 35 36 280 20 50 170 200 65 85 20 20 550 800 850 2,300 750 550 400 1,500 280 1,150

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1126 1127 1127A 1128 1130 1133 1134 1138 1139 1140 1141 1143 1144 1145 1147 1150 1151 1152 1153 1155 1156 1157 1158 1159 1161 1162 1163 1164 1167 1168 1169 1170 1170A 1171 1172 1173 1175 1176 1177 1178 1180 1181 1182 1183 1193 1199 1200A 1202 1203 1204 1205 1206 1207 1208 1209 1210 1210A 1212A 1213 1214 1215 1216 1218 1219 1220

50 110 85 850 7,400 45 70 130 360 150 200 500 200 50 950 20 45 320 15 40 130 30 35 220 200 30 10 60 280 150 120 25 10 220 80 190 200 60 85 40 220 300 75 40 75 75 700 50 40 30 10 45 30 30 190 50 45 1,000 75 20 95 30 120 25 25

1535 1536 1537 1538 1539 1540 1540A 1541 1541A 1542 1543 1544 1545 1546 1547 1548 1550 1551 1553 1555 1556 1557 1558 1560 1561 1562 1563 1564 1565 1566 1567 1568 1569 1570 1571 1572 1573 1574 1574A 1575 1576 1577 1578 1579 1581 1581A 1582 1583 1584 1585 1589 1590 1591 1593 1595 1596 1598 1600 1605 1607 1608 1609 1610 1611 1612

1,700 400 75 280 180 1,000 480 360 130 850 240 180 1,000 200 120 35 120 200 15 3,000 160 800 100 440 25 130 65 40 40 50 320 80 1,150 280 130 950 150 25 90 75 35 30 160 25 150 650 35 110 50 130 30 30 55 100 55 180 10 55 20 20 65 1,100 40 250 130

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90 70 240 90 190 15 60 300 300 300 460 650 100 45 30 100 40 50 400 200 110 160 420 880 150 220 190 360 450 210 150 220 210 250 210 100 100 100 100 80 140 300 210 30 30 50 50 65 70 360 150 210 210 210 210 210 210 210 210 210 210 210 210 210 210

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Ewbank Auctioneers is situated between the A3 and B2215 South of Burnt Common Roundabout.

Burnt Common Roundabout

One Way

Heading North on the A3 take the Ripley turning to the Burnt Common roundabout and follow the Woodhill signs. 1 Heading South turn off the A3 1 /2 miles after the M25 junction and proceed through Ripley to the Burnt Common roundabout as above. If you miss the Ripley turning go South, proceed to the Merrow & Burpham slip road and join the A3 Northbound.

Please note: if using Sat Nav to navigate to us then to do not use our postcode as this will direct you to the A3. Please use postcode GU23 7JY, this will take you to the burnt common roundabout then follow directions as above.

EWBANK AUCTIONEERS In 1994 we acquired the Burnt Common Auction Rooms, which are situated just off the A3, under ten minutes away from junction 10 on the M25. It is a very prominent site in an out of town location giving easy access and acres of parking. Woking main line station is 4 miles with trains to Waterloo (25 minutes). Throughout our time in Guildford, we have had the privilege of advising thousands clients on the valuation and sale of Antiques and Fine Art and have conducted well in excess of a hundred Antiques and Fine Arts auctions and over three hundred General Sales. When we started in 1990 we held six auctions a year and we are now expecting to hold up to 24 in the next twelve months If they are to succeed, businesses like ours must give clients and buyers an efficient and friendly service and, over the years, we have always tried to maintain the highest standards, adhering to the principles of probity and ethics of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers, of which we are Members. Most of our new clients come to us on recommendation, from professional advisers or existing clients. As the costs of selling by Auction in Central London have rocketed we have benefited from the general trend in recent years for more important items to be sold outside the capital. Catalogues are produced and circulated to prospective purchasers by post and E-mail and full details, including digital illustrations of almost all lots in our quarterly Antique and Fine Art auctions, are included on the internet. Buyers are attracted from all over the world. We have an agreement with artfact.com, who list our antique sales on Ebay, take commission bids from prospective buyers and facilitate active participation in the auction from a PC anywhere in the world at the time that the sale is actually in progress. This gives a far greater global marketing ability. We are trail-blazing in this field as there are only a handful of other Antique and Fine Art salerooms in the UK who also list on eBay. We see this as being the way forward for the future and it will maximise our ability to achieve the best possible prices for our clients. In our first internet linked auction in 2005 there were nearly 20000 visits to our online catalogue generating over 500 specific enquiries and the figures have risen markedly since then. Ewbank Auctioneers has grown from humble beginnings holding six sales a year, to the position that we hold today, with our own salerooms and some twenty sales a year. Turnover since 1990 has increased by over 800%. Building refurbishment works have just been completed, which include, a new mezzanine floor doubling our existing floor space, a new entrance, offices, a new heating system and external face-lift. Chris Ewbank has taken a very active part in the leadership of the profession within the UK. He has been a member of the Fine Arts Advisory Panel of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Chairman of its Art and Antiques Professional Group. He is also an elected Member of its International Governing Council ( the highest decision making body in the Institution). He joined the Committee of the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers in 1994, (he first became a member in 1982), and was Chairman from 2000 - 2007. He has also in recent years been on the Executive Committee of the British Art Market Federation and was one of the first to join the new City of London Guild of Arts Scholars, Dealers and Collectors. Chris Ewbank FRICS ASFAV

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TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOR SELLERS 1.

Interpretation. In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers.

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Commission is charged to sellers calculated per lot, as follows: 15% up to £1,000 – 10% thereafter Entry charge on each lot (sold or unsold) £6 Loss and damage warranty 1.5% All the above are subject to VAT at current rates

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Removal costs. Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility.

11. Unsold and withdrawn items. If an item is unsold it may with your consent be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate.

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Loss and damage warranty (a) All goods on our premises are warranted against fire, theft or accidental damage while on our premises and sellers are charged at the rate of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT or our best estimate of what the hammer price would have been had the goods sold.

12. Withdrawn and bought in items. These are liable to incur a charge of 10 % plus VAT on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued. Minimum charge £10.

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Illustrations. The cost of any illustrations is borne by you. If we consider that the Lot should be illustrated your permission will be asked first. The copyright in respect of such illustrations shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue.

13. Conditions of Sale. You agree that all goods will be sold on our Conditions of Sale. In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of this undertaking.

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Minimum bids and our discretion. Goods will normally be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 7. We may sell Lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve.

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Reserves. (a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and Loss and Damage Warranty charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment). (b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent. (c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally. Electrical items. These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. Soft furnishings. The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. The rights of disposal referred to in clause 8 and 9 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection on request

legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds. The liability to reimburse the sale proceeds shall not arise where you are acting reasonably and honestly and are unaware of the forgery but we are or ought to have been aware of it.

15. Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain premium and interest. (a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. (b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business on the day of the sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply. 16. Warehousing. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions. and reserve the right to make minimum warehousing charge of £5 per lot per day. Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you do not remove them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges from any net proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them to the local authority for disposal. 17. Settlement. After sale settlement of the net sum due to you normally takes place 21 days after the sale (by crossed cheque to the seller) unless the buyer has not paid for the goods. In this case no settlement will then be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. You must note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 10 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 21 days from the date of sale.

10. Descriptions. Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer

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CONDITIONS OF SALE Ewbank’s carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions:

(a) "auctioneer” means the firm of Ewbank’s or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Ewbank’s accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2 (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 25.2% inclusive of VAT [or incremental] at the rate imposed by law. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with a ‘†’ or double asterisk.  Va l u e Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law

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at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. (c) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and Loss and Damage Warranty charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (i) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions


(2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale. 10. COMMISSION BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

(2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation.

15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that:-

(1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale

- or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17. (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate.

12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers.

13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot.

18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting.

14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe Lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, 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 shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 ‘information to buyers’.

(2) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the  benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who  may themselves enforce them.

19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.

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OUR WEBSITE: www.ewbankauctions.co.uk We have just updated our web-site. Those who know us will already know that they can find current and archive catalogues on line and that all sale catalogues, auction dates, sale results and terms of business together with useful information on buying and selling can be found there. Multiple images and condition reports are also posted on line for our quarterly antique and fine art auctions, all lots in these sales being illustrated. This information is freely available to anyone logging in but there are additional benefits of registering with us on line.

WHY NOT REGISTER ON LINE TO MAKE THE BEST USE OF OUR SERVICES If you have not already registered on our site you can do so now by completing the on line registration form. Registration is simple and gives you the opportunity to take advantage of a number of features of this site which is only open to those with a valid log-in; NEWSLETTERS: If you register on line you can opt to receive periodic newsletters from us (about 12 per year) FORTHCOMING SALE NOTIFICATIONS; If you want to receive automatic advance notification of all catalogues when they are posted on line select the box 'Please sign me up for forthcoming sale email alerts' when registering. LEAVE COMMISSION BIDS ON LINE; You can leave commission bids for us to execute on your behalf, which are automatically registered on the auctioneers book. This means that you will not need to communicate them by phone fax or email and gives an efficient straightforward access direct to the auctioneers book. Service open for all sales on line up to half an hour before the auction begins. REQUEST CONDITION REPORTS REGISTER YOUR PARTICULAR INTERESTS RECEIVE LOT ALERTS FOR FORTHCOMING SALES; Based on a word search you can request alerts on lots matching your words in forthcoming sales as they are published on the internet. PARTICIPATE IN LIVE AUCTIONS VIA THE WEBSITE (ANTIQUE AND FINE ART SALES ONLY); (Note there will be an additional buyers premium charge of 3% plus VAT on the hammer price of purchases for this service). TRACK LOTS IN WHICH YOU ARE INTERESTED AS A BUYER OR SELLER

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