Quarterly Antiques & Specialist Auction 26th, 27th & 28th June 2013
Lot 1477 (pair)
QUARTERLY ANTIQUES & SPECIALIST AUCTION
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QUARTERLY ANTIQUES AND SPECIALIST AUCTION Jewellery; Watches; Silver; Antique Furniture; Eastern Rugs; Garden and Architectural; Cars; Oriental Porcelain and Works of Art; Portrait Miniatures; Musical Instruments; European and Continental Ceramics; Glass; Toys; Medals and Militaria; Oil Paintings Water-colours and Prints; Contemporary Art; Costume Fashion and Textiles; Arts and Crafts; Art Nouveau; Art Deco; Modern Design; Books; Maps; Tribal Art; Film and TV Memorabilia; Vintage Posters; Photographic; Sporting Memorabilia; Music Memorabilia. SALE: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 26th, 27th and 28th June 2013 at 10.30 am
VIEWING: Saturday 22nd June 10.00 am–2.00 pm Monday 24th June 10.00 am–5 00 pm Tuesday 25th June 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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Wednesday 26th June 10:30am Jewellery
Timings are approximate
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 26th, 27th and 28th June commencing at 10.30 am QUARTERLY ANTIQUES AND SPECIALIST AUCTION Commencing 10.30 am Wednesday 26th June
An assortment of fashion jewellery including two imitation pearl necklaces, eight brooches, two pendants, a ring, coin bracelet and a bangle £20-40
Ruby and diamond illusion set five stone ring together with a broken 22ct gold band £40-80
Three stone diamond ring stamped 18ct. Ring size J £80-120
Five stone ruby and diamond ring stamped 18ct. and Plat. Ring size P £80-120
Sapphire and Diamond Three Stone Ring comprising a central untested round sapphire flanked by two millgrain set brilliant cut diamonds all set on a gold twist style shank stamped 18ct. Ring size “N” £150-250
Bracelet composed of hallmarked 9 ct. Mixed colour gold. Weight 10.9 grams (broken) £40-60
Mixed lot of gold. Gold bracelet, composed of flat strands stamped 9 ct. Weight 5.7 grams. Gold neck chain composed of box links stamped 375, length 35 cm. Weight 2.7 grams. Item of scrap gold, testing as 9 ct. Weight 2.5 grams. £50-70
Circular brooch, set with imitation pearls in a wire style mount of hallmarked 9 ct. Gold £60-100 Hallmarked 9 ct. rose gold hinged bangle with engine turned decoration. Weight 22.9 grams £120-180
Late Victorian swivel fob set with bloodstone and cornelian on a gold dress chain stamped 9 ct. £60-100
Antique signet ring set with bloodstone. Ring size ‘R’. Gross weight 6.2 grams £60-100
Various gold plated items comprising two necklaces, bracelet and a lorgnette. A Cocktail watch with 9ct, gold case on rolled gold bracelet. An expanding watch Bracelet. £40-60
Various items to include three pairs of fashion jewellery earrings, pieces of marcasite jewellery and a quartz movement pocket watch, a brooch set with an oval glass stone, and a pill box with Abalone shell top £50-70
Twelve assorted imitation pearl necklaces £30-50
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. £280-350
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.
Amethyst set gold bracelet Hallmarked 9ct. gold gate link bracelet set with cabochon amethysts. Length approx. 19cm. Gross weight approx. 20grams £150-250
18th century oval portrait miniature mounted as a locket painted on ivory and depicting a young gentleman in a green jacket , the reverse with hair under glass, yellow metal initials , 4.5 x 3.5 cm £80-120
Pair of Mikara Pearl Company hoop earrings £60-80
Double hoop diamond ring containing fourteen brilliant cut diamonds (estimated weight approximately 1.75cts) all claw set in unhallmarked gold. Gross weight approximately 7.1grams. Finger size N £700-1,000 See Illustration.
Sapphire and diamond double clip brooch with frame fitting. Containing untested calibre cut and cabochon sapphires, brilliant and baguette cut diamonds graduated in formation. All in an Art Deco sculptural mount assumed to be of unhallmarked platinum together with similar style earrings and a gold tooling leather case. £3,000-5,000 See Illustration.
Oval open work diamond brooch containing Victorian cut diamonds in an unhallmarked white mount. Length approximately 5.2cm. Gross weight approximately 11grams £2,500-3,500 See Illustration.
Sapphire and diamond bracelet containing untested square cut sapphires and small brilliant cut diamonds set in a graduated geometric linear formation of decorated links assumed to be platinum. Length approximately 18.5cm. Gross weight 31.8grams. Displayed in a blue gold tooling leather Mappin and Webb Oxford Street case. £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.
Diamond set fan shape earrings with the two principle diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 0.50ct in total. All in unhallmarked white gold. Width approximately 4.5cm. Gross weight 6.1grams. £1,500-2,500 See Illustration.
Cultured pearl necklace composed of sections of cultured pearls and twisted unhallmarked bars together with bolt ring clasps stamped 9ct. Length approximately 80cm. £350-450 See Illustration.
Cultured pearl necklace comprising a single row of uniform size 7.5mm- 8mm cultured pearls with a textured hallmarked 14ct. white gold diamond set bead clasp. Length approximately 47cm. £300-500 See Illustration.
Diamond circular cluster earrings containing baguette and brilliant cut diamonds in the form of a cartwheel cluster with the two principle diamonds estimated as approximately 0.75cts in total. All set in unhallmarked white gold. Diameter approximately 7.5mm. Gross weight approximately 8.5grams £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.
Zircon and diamond earrings composed of round cut diamonds and zircons in a trefoil style cluster all in unhallmarked white gold. Gross weight approximately 7.2grams £150-250
Two pairs of cultured pearl earrings comprising a pair of 9ct. gold mabe earrings and a pair of 9ct. gold decorative earrings. £150-250
Gold flexible link bracelet stamped 9ct. C.F. Length 20cm. Weight approximately 36grams. £300-400 See Illustration.
Gold nugget pendant comprising an untested gold nugget and unhallmarked gold belcher link neckchain. Length approximately 70cm. Gross weight approximately 41grams. £550-750
An assortment of gold jewellery including a signet ring, three band rings and a gold identity bracelet £150-250
Coral necklace comprising coral beads on a long oval link neckchain of unhallmarked gold. Length approx. 120cm. £80-120
Mixed collection of Victorian jewellery to include ten brooches, assorted gentlemans jewellery , scarf ring, Art Nouveau style belt buckle, three pendants, and a posy holder. £80-120
Collection of Gentleman’s jewellery to include a set of mother of pearl dress studs, a pair of 18ct. gold cuff links , a pair of 15ct. gold cufflinks and a half sovereign dated 1893 £100-200
Emerald cut solitaire diamond ring containing a centre oblong trap cut diamond (estimated weight approximately 2.80cts) flanked by stepped diamond set shoulders all in white on a plain shank stamped plat. £8,000-10,000 See Illustration.
Two 9ct. gold dress rings comprising an opal and garnet cluster ring and a blue and white stone cluster ring £80-120
Lapis and cultured pearl necklace comprising sections of uniform size 6.5mm- 7mm freshwater cultured pearls and lapis lazuli beads interspersed with gold roundels on a bead clasp stamped 14K. Length approximately 74cm. £300-400 See Illustration.
Assorted gold charms to include a mixture of five 9ct, 18ct and unhallmarked gold charms. Gross weight 9.6grams. £80-120
Twelve small loose diamonds estimated total weight approx. 0.10cts together with two small oval and ten square cut untested rubies estimated total weight approx. 0.25cts £80-120
Imitation graduated pearl necklace
White leather jewellery case
Edwardian cut solitaire diamond ring comprising a single oval yellow tinted mixed cut diamond, (estimated weight approximately 1.80cts) claw set in an unhallmarked white gold mount with plain shoulders. Ring size L £5,000-7,000 See Illustration.
Late 19th century sentimental brooch depicting doves, gem set together with an untested pearl suspended below. Assayed with a French provincial mark and stamped 585. Width approx 4cm. Gross weight approx. 6grams. £250-350
Naturalistic diamond set spray brooch formed with textured leaves and stamped B.R.Ltd. Assayed 18ct. gold circa 1971. Gross weight approximately 12.6grams £400-600 See Illustration.
Two floral style brooches one as a gilt orchid the other in a naturalistic style set with cultured pearls. £150-250
Abstract sculptural brooch in a floral style set with small rubies within heavy textured gold. Stamped C.j. Ltd and assayed 18ct. circa 1968. Length approximately 6cm. Gross weight approximately 20.7grams. £500-700 See Illustration.
Diamond set sunburst brooch set with a centre brilliant cut diamond (estimated weight approximately 0.35cts.) surrounded by untested round cut sapphires all in hallmarked 18ct. white gold assayed circa 1968. Width approximately 3.3cm. Gross weight 11.4grams. £400-600 See Illustration.
Sun flower diamond set brooch with textured leaves and stamped M.A. Assayed 18ct. gold circa 1968. Width approximately 4.7cm. Gross weight approximately 16grams. £600-800 See Illustration. 50
Diamond set naturalistic leaf brooch Length approximately 6cm. Hallmarked 18ct. gold, circa 1965. Stamped CJ Ltd. Gross weight approximately 17.3grams £400-600 See Illustration.
Three strand cultured pearl necklace comprising three rows of uniform size 6mm6.5mm cultured pearls on a cultured pearl cluster clasp stamped 14k 585. Length approximately 46cm. (One pearl missing from clasp) £350-450 See Illustration.
Three strand amethyst and pearl necklace comprising three rows of uniform size 6mm6.5mm on cultured pearl and amethyst clasp stamped 9ct. Length approximately 36cm. £250-350
Diamond set ribbon style necklace comprising graduating size claw set brilliant cut diamonds in hallmarked 9ct. gold and stamped Italy. Length approximately 40m. Gross wight 5.5grams. £150-250
Pearl and diamond necklace comprising a single row of 3mm- 3.5mm cultured pearls with an attached freshwater untested pearl pendant below a diamond trefoil cluster. Length approximately 40cm. £250-350
19th century Memorial brooch containing round cut amethyst and seed pearls £100-200
Diamond brooch in the form of a tied ribbon set with mixed quality diamonds in unhallmarked white metal. Width 3.8cm. Gross weight 13.5grams £200-300
Floral style brooch set with cultured pearls and untested sapphires all in hallmarked 9ct. gold and stamped C.F. Length approximately 4cm. Gross weight 5.7grams. £180-220 See Illustration.
Sapphire and diamond abstract textured brooch sprinkled with briliiant cut diamonds and round cut sapphires. Width approximately 4.8cm. Hallmarked 8ct. gold. Stamped B.R Ltd. Gross weight approximately 41.6grams. £800-1,000 See Illustration.
Mixed gold items to include a rose gold gate bracelet, two bar brooches, gold signet ring, wedding band and a gold mabe pearl stick -pin. £100-150
Gold rectangular cigarette case engine turned with applied initials and inscribed on inside and hallmarked 9ct. gold circa 1936 with Asprey mark. Gross weight 88grams £800-1,200 See Illustration.
Gold engine turned powder compact with applied diamond decoration and hallmarked 9ct. gold circa 1938. Gross weight approximately 64grams £300-400 See Illustration.
18ct gold rope twist bracelet stamped 750, 32gms £600-1,000 See Illustration.
Three stone diamond ring with graduating size Victorian cut diamonds (estimated total weight approximately 0.90cts) all claw set in white on a plain shank stamped PT. Ring size O £300-500 See Illustration.
Gold charm bracelet comprising a curb link heart locket bracelet stamped 375 with attached mixed quality charms. Length approximately 18cm. Gross weight 67.5grams. £350-450 See Illustration.
Diamond flowerhead cluster ring with the principle diamond estimated as 0.85cts and the surrounding diamonds as 1.30cts total all set in hallmarked 18ct. white gold. Ring size Y £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Victorian penny, 1869
Quantity of Victorian pennies to include Heaton mint marks £30-50
Pendant earrings set with cultured pearls and untested blue stones all in unhallmarked gold. £250-350
Sunburst style earrings with 7mm- 7.5mm cultured pearls surrounded by small diamond set in unhallmarked white gold £200-300
Pearl and ruby pendant earrings with cabochon rubies surrounded by small cultured pearls from cultured pearl studs. Length approx. 3cm. £150-250
Half hoop earrings set with calibre rubies and round cut diamonds in a pierced style mount of unhallmarked gold. £250-350
Pearl and diamond earrings set with untested pearls and rose cut diamonds with unhallmarked gold fittings. £100-200
Pair of mabe pearl earrings set in gold stamped 14K. £100-200
Malachite cluster earrings in gold on silver mount stamped 925 £50-100
Green bead necklace with imitation pearls together with cultured pearl clasp stamped 585 and similar style earrings £100-200
Heavy gold bracelet with mixed colour decorated links. Stamped 750. Width approx 2.2cm. £750-950 See Illustration.
Pearl and amethyst bracelet containing three strands of 6mm- 6.5mm cultured pearls and oval cut amethysts on a clasp stamped 14K. Length approx 19cm £250-350
Geometric wide band diamond ring set with baguette and round cut diamonds all in an unhallmarked double shank white mount . Ring size N. £600-800 See Illustration.
Star sapphire ring set with a cabochon untested star sapphire claw set in an abstract mount of hallmarked 18ct. white gold. Ring size L. £150-250
Ruby and cultured pearl cluster ring comprising a cabochon star ruby surrounded by cultured pearls all in hallmarked 18ct. gold. Ring size L £250-350
Two dress rings Comprising a green stone ring and a coral coloured ring £80-120
Two gold band rings stamped 585
Four pairs of fashion jewellery earrings £40-80
Ornate oriental style bracelet composed of carved figures in unhallmarked gold. Length approx. 18cm £100-200
Cultured pearl necklace comprising three row of uniform size 7.5mm- 8mm cultured pearls strung to a cabochon ruby and cultured pearl circular clasp hallmarked 18ct. gold. Stamped M.J.W. Length approx. 41cm. £350-550
Jade pendant necklace comprising an ornate style pendant set with cabochon jade with a surround of untested cabochon sapphires and rubies in hallmarked 14ct. gold together with a marine link neckchain stamped 14ct. Italy. Total length approx. 66cm. £450-650 See Illustration.
South sea pearl pendant measuring approx 12.7mm mounted in a diamond set gold wire frame stamped 750. £250-350
Abstract styled gold brooch depicting French mariner with accordion set with diamonds and a single ruby. Length approx 4.5cm. Stamped 750. £300-400
Carved coral brooch claw set in a fitted mount stamped silver. £50-100
Circular diamond set brooch with carved diamond set amethyst and rose quartz petals within a gold frame stamped 585. Width 3.8cm. £250-350
Circular floral style brooch set with round sapphires and rubies around a centre diamond. All in textured gold stamped 585. Width approx. 3.8cm. £250-350
Parker gold pen stamped 9ct. Length approx. 11.5cm. £80-120
Themometer case of unhallmarked gold containing thermometer. Length 10cm £80-120
Dress albert chain comprising yellow and white curb links with two swivel clasps stamped 18ct. Length approx. 44cm. £250-350
Box link neckchain stamped 585. Length 58cm. £100-150
Diamond set folded ribbon brooch with the principle diamond (assessed as approximately 2.60cts) surrounded by a number of smaller round cut and pave set diamonds all in an unhallmarked white mount. £5,000-7,000 See Illustration.
Three items of fashion jewellery comprising an ornate brown stone necklace, green stone necklace and a white stone double clip brooch £40-80
Seven assorted items of jewellery to include four brooches and three pendants £100-200
Five items of jewellery to include a silver chevron necklace, two snake necklaces and two imitation pearl necklaces £40-80
Three items of jewellery Comprising a lapis pendant, gold pendant stamped 585, Rotary wrist watch.£100-200
Sapphire and pearl brooch pendant set with an untested oval sapphire (estimated weight approximately 1.80cts) surrounded by untested pearls all claw set in unhallmarked gold together with a fine belcher link neckchain of unhallmarked gold. Length approximately 76cm. £600-700 See Illustration.
Two American silver dollar coins
Various items of jewellery to include a gold plated Seiko watch, tie slide, two tie-tacs and a triple row of imitation pearls £40-80
Large collection of silver items to include bangles, chains earrings and rings £100-200
Gold and jadeite bracelet comprising oval carved jadeite and pierced oblong links stamped 9ct. Length approx. 19cm. £80-120
Gold tie slide set with a cats eye effect stone and stamped 18k. Length approx. 4.5cm £80-120
Four pairs of gold earrings
Mixed gold jewellery Gold russian triple ring together with childs gold signet ring, gold heart ring £100-150
Four rings comprising a Gold cameo ring, a diamond wishbone ring, Pink birthstone ring and sapphire cluster ring £50-100
Diamond set early twentieth century bracelet with lozenge motifs within onyx panels in a geometric liner style and displaying the French provincial marks for platinum, together with a gold tooling leather case. Length approx 18cm £1,500-2,500 See Illustration.
Silver charm bracelet with six charms
Sapphire and diamond cluster ring set with an oval sapphire surrounded by small diamonds all in an unhallmarked gold mount. Ring size H £100-150
Blue zircon and diamond cluster ring all in gold stamped 18ct. Ring size K £100-150
Three rings comprising a five stone old cut claw set ring stamped 18ct. and two hallmarked 22ct. gold rings £80-120
Gold flat curb link bracelet with box link clasp stamped 750. Length approx. 17.5cm £400-500 See Illustration.
18ct yellow gold and platinum old cut single stone diamond ring approx. 0.51ct £250-300
18ct yellow gold hallmarked single emerald and two diamond half hoop ring £70-100
Yellow metal four diamond cluster rhombus shape white setting ring £30-50
Yellow metal ladies watch with mother of pearl band detail on face and gold plated bracelet strap £30-50
Diamond set brooch in manner of the Order of the Thistle Inscribed with the Order Of The Thistle Motto, “Nemo Me Impune Lacessit.” £400-600 See Illustration.
Gold five bar gate link bracelet stamped 9ct. Length approx 18cm. Weight approx 24grams £200-300
Two rings an opal and diamond carved half hoop ring stamped 18ct. Ring size N and a hallmarked 9ct. gold sapphire cluster ring. Ring size O £150-250
Three stone diamond ring in a crossover style and hallmarked 9ct. gold. Ring size L £100-200
Ruby and diamond ring set with an oval untested ruby (estimated weight approximately 0.50cts.) claw set in white on a plain unhallmarked white gold shank. Ring size R. £300-400 See Illustration.
Emerald and diamond cluster earrings comprising two round cut untested emeralds surrounded by small claw set diamonds all in unhallmarked gold mounts. Gross weight approx. 3.7grams. £300-400 See Illustration.
Pair of 12ct gold spring release spectacles with ring handle £60-100
Diamond baguette ring containing two rows of calibre set baguette cut diamonds in a heavy unhallmarked white gold mount stamped 750. Ring size J/K.Gross weight approx 9.9grams. (some diamonds chipped and broken) £450-650 See Illustration.
Diamond baguette bangle containing two rows of calibre set baguette cut diamonds as hinged bangle of unhallmarked white gold stamped 750. Diameter 5.5cm. Gross weight 31.3 grams. £800-1,200 See Illustration.
Edwardian diamond ring set with five graduating cut diamonds in formation all in an unhallmarked gold mount. Ring size N £150-250
Gentleman’s 9ct gold card case with engine turned decoration with a matching cigar piercer and oval link two colour gold chain makers mark E.B, Birmingham £400-600
Victorian Oriental style necklace composed of unhallmarked yellow metal. Length approx 43cm. Weight approx. 35 grams. £300-400
Unmarked yellow metal portrait locket together with two 9ct gold cufflinks and pearl tie pin 6½in. (15cm) £150-250
Gold coin bracelet comprising an oval link bracelet stamped 585 with various coins attached including two ten guilders (1897 and 1912) and twenty lira (1865). Length approx. 21cm Gross weight approx. 62grams. £800-1,200
Diamond cluster ring in an hexagonal style set with mixed cut diamonds on a white mount stamped 18ct. Plat. Ring size “O” £150-250
Cultured pearl necklace comprising three uniform size strands of 6mm- 6.5mm cultured pearls on a white stone cluster clasp. Length approx. 40cm together with a pair of 8mm- 8.5mm cultured pearl studs £150-250
A mixed collection of jewellery to include three rings, six pendants, a swivel seal , a horse-shoe stock pin, and two unhallmarked chains. £150-250
A collection of mixed silver jewellery to include four bracelets, a bangle, a ring and a brooch £100-200
Sapphire and diamond cluster ring hallmarked 9ct. gold, together with a white stone eternity ring. £40-80
18K Gold Pocket watch with engine turned dial diameter 2” £150-250
Diamond half eternity ring channel set in unhallmarked gold. Ring size R £250-350
Victorian gold dress watch chain stamped 9ct. on swivel 20 grams £150-250
Diamond set full eternity ring together with a calibre set emerald eternity ring. Ring sizes M £100-200
George V gold sovereign 1901
George V gold half sovereign 1901
Yellow metal and turquoise stone bracelet, another, a seed pearl necklace and a dress ring £40-60
Gold tooled leather jewellery case
1960’s white metal bracelet in the manner of George Jensen stamped 925 £40-60
Yellow metal bangle with enamelled cross pendant, 47grms £300-500
Dress ring set with a blue stone on a yellow metal mount and a pair of earrings £30-50
Two small packs of gold leaf
Three stone diamond ring on yellow metal shank, and two dress rings £40-60
Sapphire and diamond ring comprising an oval cabochon sapphire surrounded by small diamond all set in a white mount testing as platinum. Ring size “U” £150-250
Solitaire diamond ring set with a brilliant cut diamond (estimated weight approx. 0.20ct.) Claw set and flanked by diamond set shoulders all in hallmarked platinum. Ring size M £350-450 See Illustration.
1960’s 18ct gold bracelet 79 grams £1,200-1,800 See Illustration.
Modern gold sovereign with later yellow metal mount on chain, total weight 13 grams £200-300
9ct gold fancy link bracelet. 20 grams £150-250
9ct gold necklace, 14 grams
Bamboo style full bangle unhallmarked gold. Weight aprrox. 23grams. Internal diameter approx. 7cm. £200-300
Fetter link bracelet with swivel snap clasp stamped 9ct. Weight approx 13grams. Length 21cm £100-200
9ct gold medal for the ‘Soller Cup’. 5 grs
Antique diamond and enamel closed back ring mounted with a centre diamond star motif on a blue enamel background bordered by graduating size mixed old cut diamonds. Ring size “R”. £800-1,000 See Illustration.
Solitaire diamond ring set with a single round brilliant cut diamond measuring approximately 6.3mm and assessed as approximately 1ct. Four law set in a hallmarked platinum mount. Ring size K £3,000-4,000 See Illustration.
SIngapore 150 dollar gold coin for the 150th anniversary of the founding of Singapore £650-750 See Illustration.
Solitaire diamond ring comprising single round brilliant cut diamond measuring approximately 6.7mm x7.0mm x 4mm, estimated weight approximately 1.17cts, claw set in hallmarked18ct white gold. Ring size M1/2 £3,500-4,500 See Illustration.
Victorian oval locket, mounted with gem set bug, on 9ct gold chain, locket unmarked yellow metal, bug set with opal, diamond, blue stone, in original case £350-450
Diamond cluster bar brooch comprising a lozenge shape cluster of mixed old cut diamonds set on an unhallmarked white gold bar. Length 5.5cm £400-600 See Illustration.
Antique Diamond cluster brooch containing mixed Victorian cut diamonds set in an ornate classical style with the principle diamond estimated as approximately 1.25cts. Length approximately 5cm. £1,000-2,000 See Illustration.
Late Victorian Citrine brooch set with an oval golden citrine and small pearls in a classical revivalist style mount. £400-600 See Illustration.
Two imitation opal brooches
Solitaire Diamond ring set with a round brilliant cut diamond claw set in a heavy unhallmarked textured gold mount. estimated weight of diamond approx. 2cts. Finger size “P”. Gross weight approx 9grams £3,500-4,500 See Illustration.
Solitaire diamond ring set with a single round brilliant cut diamond claw set in a high yellow gold mount stamped 18K Estimated wight of diamond approx. 1ct.. Ring size “O” £550-650 See Illustration.
Yellow metal fob with scroll decoration and a blue stone seal, 1¼in. (3cm) £60-100
Rose coloured metal fob seal with styalised foliate decoration and orange stone 1¼in. (3cm) £60-100
Baguette diamond ring set with a centre baguette cut diamond ( estimate weight approx. 0.40cts) flanked by two pear shape diamonds all claw set in hallmarked platinum. Ring size “N”. Gross weight 5.3grams £500-600 See Illustration.
Sapphire and diamond cluster ring with a central oval untested sapphire surrounded by uniform size brilliant cut daimonds all claw set in white on a plain gold hallmarked 18ct. gold shank. Ring size “M”. £350-450
Solitare diamond ring set with a single princess cut diamond, estimated weight 0.50cts. claw set in white on a plain hallmarked 18ct. gold shank. Ring size “N”. £350-450
Solitaire diamond ring comprising a single round brilliant cut diamond, estimated weight approx. 0.40cts claw set on a plain 18ct. white gold hallmarked shank. Ring size “M”. £250-350
Diamond three stone ring with three uniform size marquise diamonds set in a band ring of hallmarked platinum. Ring size “N”. Gross weight 9grams £450-650
Sapphire and diamond ring comprising an oval sapphire and pave set diamonds all in an untested gold mount. Ring size “M”. £300-400
Multi stone half band ring bombe shape ring set with pave rubies, emeralds, sapphires and diamonds. Ring size “M” £350-450
Solitaire baguette diamond ring comprising a single baguette cut diamond, estimated weight approx. 0.30cts. collar set in hallmarked 18ct. white gold. Ring size “N”. £350-450
Solitaire diamond ring containing a round brilliant cut diamond claw set on a yellow gold mount with flared shoulders, stamped 18ct. Diamond weight estimated as approx. 0.25cts. Ring size “P”. £200-300
Solitaire diamond ring comprising a single round brilliant cut diamond illusion set in a high claw yellow gold mount stamped 18ct. Ring size “K”. £150-250
Sapphire Five stone ring set with five round cut sapphires bordered by diamonds all in a scalloped style yellow gold mount stamped 585. Ring size “O”. £300-400 See Illustration.
Pink stone pendant comprising a single triangular cut pink tourmaline pendant, claw set in gold stamped 14K , on a gold box neckchain stamped 750. Length approx. 44cm. £100-200
Diamond and gold bracelet set with diamonds on gold honeycomb links stamped 750. Gross weight approx 22grams. Length approx.18cm. £450-550 See Illustration.
Ruby and diamond Victorian bangle hallmarked 9ct. gold circa 1896. Gross weight 6.5grams £150-250
Yellow metal fob with clear stone seal, 1in. (3cm) £60-100 181
Sapphire and diamond three stone ring claw set in hallmarked 18ct. gold Ring size “M”. £150-250
Amethyst and diamond three stone ring all in hallmarked 9ct. gold. Ring size “M” £80-120
Edwardian solitaire ring set with an Edwardian cut diamond, approx. 0.20cts. claw set in unhallmarked gold. Ring size “U”. £150-250
Edwardian solitaire ring small Edwardian round cut diamond set in hallmarked 18ct. gold. Ring size “M”. £100-150
Two stone marquise diamond ring with two uniform size marquise cut diamonds claw set in yellow in a crossover style on a hallmarked white gold shank. Ring size “N”. £200-300
Three diamond rings To include two marquise diamond “wishbone” style rings in yellow and white hallmarked 18ct. gold and a two stone crossover diamond ring in hallmarked 9ct. gold. Ring sizes “M,N,& O” £150-250
WATCHES This section of the sale will not commence before 12.30 pm Wednesday 26th June 195
Seiko Kinetic stainless steel gentleman’s wrist watch in original case £50-100
Stainless steel Omega Geneve wristwatch with date aperture £100-200
Gentleman’s Bravington Renown Junior wristwatch £30-50
Art Deco gentleman’s silver wristwatch with enameled dial with subsidiary second dial, Swiss movement, silver import mark for 1917 £100-200
9ct gold cased Omega Automatic De ville wristwatch on leather strap and another in stainless steel £100-200 See Illustration.
1920’s/1930’s 18ct gold swiss chronometer wristwatch on leather strap £300-500 See Illustration.
Two lady’s bracelet watches a gold plated Rotary and and 9ct. gold Avia on a plated expanding bracelet. £40-80
Four gentleman’s watches to include a Seiko on bracelet, a Smiths on bracelet and a steel Bulova on strap £50-100
Gentlemans 9ct. gold Omega wristwatch with inscribed back and leather strap £150-250
Antique pocket watch with open face and ornate case stamped 18k £80-120
Half Hunter pocket watch with 9 ct. Gold case £200-300
Ladys dress pocket watch with case stamped 18k together with a long belcher link dress chain stamped 9ct.. Length of chain approx. 176cm. Weight of chain approx. 39grams. £500-800
Lady’s hallmarked 9ct. gold Omega bracelet watch with Swiss jewelled movement. Length approximately 17cm. Gross weight approximately 32.5grams. £600-800 See Illustration.
Ladys gold Tissot wristwatch hallmarked 18ct. on a gold plated expanding bracelet £80-120
Continental 9ct gold cased repeating pocket chronometer striking on a chime, main dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial stamped 375 £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Continental 18ct gold pocket watch, dia 2.5” £400-600
Gold Berkley bracelet watch with Swiss movement on tapering textured hallmarked 9ct. gold extended bracelet. Length 19.5cm. Gross weight approximately 35.4grams. £250-350 See Illustration.
Omega Geneve gentleman’s gold cased wrist watch with leather strap £200-300
Diamond Zodiac cocktail watch with diamond set bezel and bracelet all in white stamped Plat. Length approximately 16cm. Gross weight approximately 29grams. £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.
Lady’s 9ct. Gold rotary watch with decorated gold plated bracelet £80-120
Ladys Rotary watch with oval yellow dial and hallmarked 9ct. gold textured chevron link bracelet. Length approx. 17.5cm. Gross weight approx 16.3grams £150-250
Hunter pocket watch in 18ct gold, with chain and seal in 9ct gold £800-1,200 See Illustration.
Ladys late Victorian dress fob watch with a plain dial and guilloche enamel case £150-250
Yellow metal gentleman’s wristwatch and six other watches £50-80
George V half hunter silver pocket watch , Birmingham, 1921 £20-40
Ladys gold Eterna bracelet watch with bracelet stamped 750 and watch case stamped 585. Length 18cm. £200-300
9ct gold Ladys Ebel bracelet watch in 9ct. gold case on bracelet stamped 9ct. together with an ornate dress ring and earrings set with a blue stone. £80-120
George V 9ct. gold pocket watch Birmingham 1906 with leather fob £300-500 See Illustration.
Rare 1960’s Omega Speedmaster professional wrist watch £1,000-2,000 See Illustration.
Victorian ladies 18ct gold pocket watch £80-120
19th century 18ct gold pocket watch by Benson of London, 2” diameter £200-300
Waltham gold plated pocket watch and chain and another pocket watch £50-100
Two 19th century silver ladies pocket watches and a gold plated ladies pocket watch £40-60
Favre - Leuba Geneve Sea Raider36000 stainless steel wristwatch £100-200
Victorian yellow metal ladies pocket watch diameter 1” £60-100
Tressa gentlemans wrist watch and three others £20-30
Victorian silver pocket watch by Jones Company, Chester 1901 and another
George III silver pocket watch with fusee movement by D Preston number 472 case London 1800 ( lacking outer case) £100-200
Rectangular geometric style wrist watch in two colour gold with French provincial gold marks. £150-250
Gentlemans Tag Huer with steel case and bracelet , (winding stem needs repair) £100-200
Ladys Gold Nivada dress watch with decorated hallmarked 9ct. gold bracelet together with a blue leather case. Length approx. 17cm. £80-120
Art Deco Swiss travelling time piece, maker Mavado in green leather case together with two other watches £100-150
Gentleman’s Jaeger Le Coultre automatic gold wrist watch. £400-600 See Illustration.
1960’s/ 1970’s Gentleman’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual gold wrist watch, in original case £1,800-2,200 See Illustration.
Goliath silver plated pocket watch, by Vickery of London, 3” diam. £30-50
19th century gold lady’s pocket watch stamped 14k, lacking front cover £60-100
Gold plated pocket watch and a cocktail watch £30-50
Continental 18ct gold pocket watch, dial inlaid with coloured metals and floral motifs, stamped 18k, 2” diam £200-300
Victorian yellow metal lady’s pocket watch £80-120
18ct gold gentleman’s pocket watch with white enamel dial and Roman numerals, with second dial £300-500
Lady’s Omega 18ct white gold cocktail watch with diamond bezel £600-1,000
Movado wristwatch on leather strap
Art Deco diamond cocktail watch set in white gold, the rectangular silvered face with set single cut diamond surround, flanked by two large diamonds, estimated as 0.50cts each and bow and bar diamond bracelet, continental marks, cased £1,200-1,800 See Illustration.
19th century lady’s 9ct gold watch in fruitwood folding travel case £150-250
Victorian silver metal pocket watch and a gentleman’s Ingersol wristwatch £60-80
19th century mahogany pocket watch stand with carved scroll back on four lion’s paw feet, 8in. (20cm) £40-60
9ct gold Rolex watch
Nineteenth century 18ct gold pocket watch by Hogg & Shaw, Manchester in tooled and gilt leather carrying case £500-800 See Illustration.
Goliath pocket watch and four other pocket watches £50-60
SILVER PLATE This section of the sale will not commence before 1.00 pm Wednesday 26th June 254
20th century French Christofle cutlery 8 dessert forks 12 table forks 6 desert spoons 8 tea spoons 6 table knifes 6 bread knifes Soup ladle two serving forks & serving spoon £150-250
20th century French Christofle cutlery Twelve table spoons Twelve table forks Twelve dessert forks Six tea spoons Twelve bread knifes Twelve table knifes Soup ladle Serving spoon & a small collection of silver plated cutlery £150-250
French Silver plated 19” oval tray and two others £20-30
Early 20th century white metal blotter inset with two Maltese coins dated 1798 £80-120
Christofle silver plated christening set comprising fork & spoon, in fitted case
£300-500 See Illustration.
Continental silver plated ladle
Continental white metal twin-handled dish with embossed decoration, marked ‘Zeeman’ £30-50
Pair of silver plated candlesticks, set of four napkin rings, three other napkin rings, small sugar bowl and fish servers £40-60
Large silver plated meat dish/warmer with nonmatching domed cover, 15 x 25in. (38 x 64cm) £400-600
Continental silver pin tray, white metal box, small collection of silver plate and a small quantity of coinage and banknotes £40-60
Seed pearl bar brooch and simulated pearl necklace in case, collection of perfume bottles (some filled), and porcelain napkin rings £50-80
18th century style white metal round box embossed with a courtyard scene £60-80
Pair of English silver plated and wood decanter coasters, 7”dia £60-80
Three silver plated Kings pattern serving spoons £30-50
Victorian glass and silver plated fruit bowl with pierced decoration, height 6” £80-120
Selection of continental white metal and silver plated cutlery £100-200
Silver plated five piece cruet set, boxed and plated cutlery, pewter teapot and five coins £30-50
Six sets silver collared stainless steel bladed, bone handled dessert knives and forks, a silver plated cake slice and cheese fork £50-80
Victorian three piece tea service and various other silver plate £40-60
Oak cased canteen of silver plated cutlery for eight £80-120
Novelty toast rack with letters T.O.A.S.T forming divisions £15-30
Table box together with plated chamber stick of Equestrian, racing interest , Calcutta India Derby Stakes White metal , marks rubbed. 20.70 x 10.70 x 2.20in. (53 x 27 x 6cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
19th century silver plated canteen of Lily pattern cutlery, comprising twenty-four table forks, thirty-four dessert forks, thirty-four dessert spoons, twenty-six table spoons, thirty-four teaspoons, twelve coffee spoons, five salts, cheese scoop, pair of sugar tongs and a sauce ladle £150-250
Set of silver bone handled fish knives and forks, and other silver plated cutlery £30-50
Pair of white metal asparagus servers
Three silver plated oval entree dishes and covers one without handle £60-80
Set of three 19th century silver plated rectangular entree dishes, and covers 12in. (30cm) £80-120
Indian white metal three piece tea service comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, with floral decoration £100-150
Silver plated bowl and cover with twin shell handles, gadrooned rim on round foot, with Russian style marks 6in. (15cm) £50-80
ANTIQUE AND MODERN SILVER This section of the sale will not commence before 1.15 pm Wednesday 26th June 283
Modern silver oval photograph frame, by Carr’s of Sheffield Ltd., 1990 9in. (23cm) £40-60
George V silver cigarette case with engine turned decoration, by William Neale & Son Ltd., Birmingham, 1927, pair of pepperettes on scroll feet, and six silver teaspoons in a fitted case, 7oz £70-100
George II silver gilt twin-handled spout cup and cover, with two handles, on round foot, by David Willaume II, London, 1735, 14.5oz, IMPORTANT NOTE; This lot was originally entered in a sale here earlier this year but was withdrawn because some buyers expressed doubt about its authenticity. It was subsequently submitted to the plate Committee at Goldsmiths Hall and they have confirmed that it is hallmarked in accordance with the Hallmarking Act 1973. (Correspondence available) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
George VI silver and green enamelled dressing table set, comprising four brushes and a hand mirror, by Albert Carter, Birmingham, 1946 £60-100
George III silver punch ladle with whale bone handle, London, 1809 £40-60
Sterling silver bangle decorated with a bird amongst foliage, and two napkin rings, 2.5oz, £30-50
Four George III silver salt spoons, various dates and marks, 1.5oz £20-30
George III silver Old English pattern sauce ladle, London, 1810, and two other sauce ladles, 6oz, (3) £60-100
Four George III and later silver Fiddle pattern table forks, and four silver fiddle pattern dessert forks, various dates and makers, 16oz, £150-250
Nine George III and later silver dessert forks, various dates and marks, 9oz £80-120
Set of seven George III silver Old English pattern dessert forks and three table forks, by William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1802, and another dessert fork by William Eaton, London, 1835, 17oz £180-220
Seven silver George III and later Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, various dates and marks, 10oz £100-150
Victorian silver salver, with wavy rim and double-beaded border on three ball & claw feet, inscribed verso ‘Presented by The Mercers Company in commemoration of the completion of the 60th year of the reign of H. M. Queen Victoria. 1897.’, and numbered ‘148’, by R & S Garrard & Co., 30oz £300-500 See Illustration.
Val Bennett, retailed by Hancocks of London, pair of silver ducks and a pair of ducklings,, 1989/1990, 7”, 6” and 2.5” £600-800 See Illustration.
Modern silver jar with hinged cover modelled as a game bird, maker’s mark ‘HB’, London, 1968, 7oz, 4¼in. (10cm) £80-120
Betjeman’s Bygone Britain, 33 limited edition sterling silver proof commemorative medallions, minted by John Pinches, part set, 33oz £300-400
Modern silver novelty vesta in the form of a teddy bear, by David A. Bowles, London, 1991, 2¼in. (5cm) £50-100
George V silver four-trumpet vase, on tapering stem and round foot, Birmingham, 1918, (loaded), 10in. (25cm) £100-150
George IV and later silver military fiddle and thread pattern cutlery, comprising six dessert forks, five dessert spoons and an Old English pattern mustard spoon, various dates and marks, 21oz £200-300
George V silver presentation mug, London, 1934, 4.5oz £40-60
Pair of Victorian silver fish servers, with pierced decoration, by Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield, 1873 £150-250
Victorian Scottish silver Fiddle pattern sauce ladle, by James & William Marshall, Edinburgh, 1844, set of six Fiddle pattern teaspoons, and two Old English pattern tablespoons, 8oz £80-120
Pair of George IV silver salts, Edinburgh, 1827, £50-80
Victorian silver mug with embossed decoration and scroll handle, maker’s mark ‘HH’, London, 1872, and two boxed napkin rings with embossed decoration, 6.5oz £80-120
Collection of ten silver topped and cut glass scent bottles, three double ended £100-200
Small selection of silver topped dressing table jars, with other white metal and silver plated items £30-50
Four Victorian silver fiddle pattern tablespoons, by William Rawlings Sobey, Exeter, 1839, 9oz £100-150
Eleven George IV and later silver teaspoons, seven Fiddle pattern, four Old English pattern, various dates and marks, 7oz £70-100
Set of six William IV silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, by William Eaton, London, 1835, 9oz £100-150
Set of six Victorian silver teaspoons, by James Beebe, London, 1844, 4oz £40-60
Pair of George III silver sugar tongs, by Richard Britton, London, 1818, and another pair with bright cut decoration, 2oz £20-30
Pair of George III Irish silver tablespoons, maker’s marks rubbed, Dublin, 1761, 3oz £60-100
Seven George III and later silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, various dates and marks, 4oz £40-60
Set of four silver Victorian Albert pattern teaspoons and two matching salt spoons, by John Whiting, London, 1843 and 1850, 3.5oz, £40-60
Three George III silver tablespoons, two Old English pattern, one Fiddle pattern, various dates and marks, 6oz £60-100
Selection of George III and later flatware comprising, eleven spoons, fork, butter knife, sugar nips, Various patterns and a mother-ofpearl handled fish knife, gross weight 13oz £120-180
George III mother of pearl handled and silver bladed pen knife and fork, an Edward VII mother-of-pearl handled and silver bladed pen knife, by Thomas Marples, Sheffield, 1903, and two sets of six silver-handled fruit knives, various dates and marks £40-60 Ten foreign silver coloured metal coffee spoons (boxed), set of six silver teaspoons, and a purple enamelled and silver mounted cut glass ashtray with import marks, London, 1917 £30-50 George V canteen of silver cutlery for twelve in the Dubarry pattern, comprising, twelve dinner forks, twelve dessert forks, butter knife, twelve teaspoons, six coffee spoons, twelve dessert spoons, four salt spoons, soup ladle, two sauce ladles, six tablespoons, twelve soup spoons, pair of sugar tongs, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, 1919-1929, 148oz, Non silver items: two pairs of stainless steel and ivory handled carving knives and forks, sharpening steel, twelve table knives and twelve dessert knives, all in a serpentine mahogany canteen £1,800-2,200 See Illustration.
George V silver presentation goblet, by William Aitken, Birmingham, 1910, cigarette box, sugar tongs and a tea spoon £40-60
Edward VII silver novelty pin cushion in the form of a shoe, Chester, 1908 £50-80
Edward VII silver cream jug and matching sugar bowl and other small silver and plated items £100-150
Modern silver topped cut glass claret jug, to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation - 2nd June 1978, with acorn finial, London, 1978, makers mark for Vander, 12in. (30cm) £300-500
Set of three George V silver salts with blue glass liners, by Deakin & Francis Ltd., Birmingham, 1910, two napkin rings, two combs, pair of sugar tongs, pair of silver bladed mother-of pearl handled knives, and a pair of silver handled button hooks £80-120
George V silver Art Deco square salver on four feet, Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1935, 32oz, 12½ x 12½in. (30 x 30cm) £500-600 See Illustration.
George V silver Art Deco trophy cup, by Charles Green, Birmingham, 1927, 29oz, on wooden base, 9in. (23cm) £500-600 See Illustration.
Pair of Victorian silver jugs, with embossed foliage decoration, by Nathan & Hayes, Birmingham, 1893, 32oz total gross weight 6½in. (15cm) £350-450 See Illustration.
Victorian silver six-lobed salver on three claw feet, Maxfield & Son, London, 1897, diameter 11”, 17oz £300-350 See Illustration.
William IV/Queen Victoria silver four piece tea/coffee service comprising tea pot, matching coffee pot, sugar bowl and milk jug round lobed bodies on shell feet, the covers with flower finials the tea and coffee pots with silver handles, three pieces by the Barnards, the coffee pot by WH,, the sugar bowl London 1835, the jug 1837, the teapot 1836 the coffee pot 1840, 67 ozs., max height 9.5” £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Silver cigarette case and two others plated £70-100
Pair of George III circular silver salts on three hoof feet, maker’s mark ‘HB’, London, 1818, 3oz £40-60
George V silver salver with shaped border on four scroll feet, engraved, by Adie Bros Ltd., Birmingham, 1933, 15oz £180-220
Silver mustard pot, five spoons, a pair of sugar tongs, oval pin tray 5oz £60-80
Victorian silver mug with beaded decoration, by John, Edward, Walter & John Barnard, London, 1868, 5oz £60-80
Christopher N Lawrence, silver parcel gilt Mushroom group to commemorate the marriage of Prince Charles & Lady Diana, Limited edition - 125/500, London, 1981 £300-500 See Illustration.
Silver posy vase and a pair of silver candlesticks( one missing top)
Silver bowl raised on a round foot, a silver pin tray and a pair of silver and cut glass pin trays 8oz £100-200
Tiffany & Co. ‘Man in the Moon’ silver rattle, stamped ‘Tiffany & Co. ‘925’, 22019341’, in Tiffany sleeve and box £100-150
George V silver cigarette box with engine turned decoration, by Charles Henry Dumenil, London, 1929, 5.5” £40-60
Late 19th century French silver sugar caster, by Andre Aucoc (Paris 1887-1911) 950/1000, 5oz, 6½in. (15cm) £300-500
Modern silver cigarette box with engine turned decoration, 1950’s/60’s, 5.5” £40-60
Continental silver sugar bowl, cream jug and matching tray, ‘830’ standard, 13oz £100-200
Continental white metal mug, 5.5oz
Two Dutch silver beakers, the first 1923, the other 1948, 4.5oz £60-100
Dutch silver salt in the form of a flower head, 1935, Dutch coffee can holder, and a white metal cream jug, 5oz £40-60
Silver chain mail purse, import mark for London 1915, a silver pencil holder, Birmingham 1900, silver bottle top and a pair of silver sugar tongs, 2oz £40-60
Silver cruet set - Birmingham 1918 (boxed), silver handled fruit knives - Sheffield 1913 and six silver spoons and a fork £40-60
Pair of George V silver bonbon dishes, Sheffield 1911, 2oz £30-50
Continental silver sifter spoon embossed with figural decoration, import marks for Sheffield, 1896 £50-100
Pair of George III Fiddle Pattern silver spoons, a sifter spoon , a salt spoon and another serving spoon, 8oz £60-100
Pair of William IV military fiddle and thread pattern sugar tongs, by William Theobalds and Lockington Bunn, London, 1835, and another smaller pair, 3oz £40-60
Two continental white metal sifter spoons and a tea strainer £30-50
Set of ten continental white metal pickle forks £60-100
Set of six continental white metal fish knives and five matching forks £150-250
Set of eleven continental white metal spoons, finials in the form of hooves and a sugar shovel £60-100
Continental white metal fish server, three serving spoons and a ladle £120-180
George V silver cigarette box, by E & N Speak, Birmingham, 1931 £30-50
Continental novelty silver pepperette and a sifter spoon £40-60
George II silver meat skewer, by James Kirkup, Newcastle, 1oz £30-50
19th century Continental white metal snuff box with hinged cover and engraved decoration, 1.5oz £100-200
19th century continental white metal cream jug £50-80
Two silver spoons by Georg Jensen, one marked ‘Sterling’ the other ‘925’, and five coffee spoons, by Francis Howard Ltd., Sheffield, 1946, 3oz £60-80
George III silver cream jug, London 1793, 3oz £40-60
Victorian silver vinaigrette with scrolling and engine turned decoration, by William Simpson, London, 1839 £100-200
Victorian silver fish knife, four silver spoons, four continental silver spoons, 12oz, and two silver plated spoons and fork £100-200
19th century silver ‘Port’ label and ‘Sherry’ label probably silver, and six silver plated spirit labels £30-40
Silver capstan inkwell (filled), four silver napkin rings, an oval box and two silver spoons, various date marks £30-50
Pair of Victorian silver sugar nips, London, 1883, 1oz £60-100
Victorian silver mounted and cut glass travelling inkwell, with engine turned decoration, by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham, 1843 £40-60
Silver cheroot holder and a silver snuff box £30-50
Selection of continental silver flatware marked ‘Sterling’ and ‘800’ and some plated £40-60 Edward VII silver mustard pot and cover, with blue glass liner, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1909, salt spoon, two tea spoons, two coffee spoons, small oval dish and a pair of sugar tongs, 5oz £50-80
Pair of George VI sweetmeat dishes with clear glass liners, by Adie Bros Ltd., Birmingham, 1938, miniature tazza and a circular pin dish, 6.5oz £70-100
Pair of George V silver candlesticks (one damaged), Birmingham, 1927, and a silver trumpet vase £30-50
George V silver rectangular salver, by James Dixon & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1910, 13oz £150-250
George II silver waiter with serpentine border on three hoof feet, by Robert Abercromby, London, 1742, 8oz, 6.5” diameter £300-500 See Illustration.
Victorian silver spirit label ‘Gin’, by Charles Rawlings & William Summers, London, 1839, ‘Sauterne’, ‘Claret’ and ‘Madeira’ and a silver plated ‘Brandy’ label £30-50
George III silver cream jug, London 1814, 2oz £30-50
Pair of George V cut glass decanters with silver mounts, London 1910 11in. (28cm) £60-100
Pair of George VI silver toast racks, Birmingham 1948, 4oz
Pair of Edward VII oval silver salts with blue glass liners, Sheffield, 1904, 4oz £40-60
Set of six modern silver coffee spoons, by Turner & Simpson, Birmingham, 1955, in fitted case, six silver teaspoons in fitted case, six loose silver tea spoons, small half-gadrooned silver cream jug, plated soup ladle, pair of plated toast racks and three plated spirit labels £40-60
George III pair of Fiddle Pattern mustard spoons, four Victorian silver mustard spoons and a George III caddy spoon, 3oz £50-80
Set of six Victorian King’s pattern coffee spoons, London 1851, by George Angel, 6oz £80-120
Edward VII silver matchbox holder, seven various spoons, two butter knives and a fish knife, 4oz £40-60
Modern silver photograph frame and another similar 6½ x 5in. (15 x 13cm) £40-60
Set of twelve Victorian silver apostle spoons and matching sugar tongs, London 1900, 6oz £60-100
Six Victorian Kings pattern tablespoons, by The Portland Co., London, 1860, 20oz £200-300
Victorian silver shaving stick holder, London 1895, a silver vesta, Birmingham 1908, a stickpin with seed pearl decoration, aluminium dish engraved “Seasons compliments from Robert W. Coan” and a pewter tankard £60-80
Four George III English pattern silver serving spoons, London, 1812, 8oz £80-120
Pair of Edwardian silver tapering cylindrical vases, with shaped rims, on spreading circular feet, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1909, 5.5”(14cm) high, similar smaller vase, silver mounted rectangular photograph frame by Richard Comyns and a glass case with white metal foot (5) £50-80
Three silver photograph frames, silver christening mug, enamel trinket box etc. £100-120
Edward VII silver cigarette box, Birmingham 1902 £60-100
George II silver mug later embossed with a hunting scene, London, 1750, 12oz £120-180
Pair of Edward VII novelty pepperettes in the form of milk churns, 1.5” high, Birmingham 1904 £80-120 See Illustration.
George V silver butter dish with blue glass liner, Birmingham 1925 and a pair of George V oval salts with liners, Birmingham 1925, 4oz £40-60
Modern silver ashtray, London 1970, 4oz £40-60
Dutch silver spoon with windmill terminal, import marks for London, 1892, two George III dessert forks, silver fiddle pattern tea spoon and a silver handled knife £50-80
Victorian Scottish silver sugar bowl of compressed circular form with two scroll handles and reeded band, on circular foot, by A.Brown, Edinburgh 1873, 9.5oz £70-100
Late Victorian eight piece cylindrical cruet set, each with pierced decoration, by Atkin Bros., Sheffield 1887-95, 6.25oz, (8) £60-90
A late Victorian cut glass spherical scent bottle with a silver mounted floral embossed hinged cover and stopper, by M.Bros., Birmingham 1900, three silver covered jars, hand mirror, floral engraved ‘rock crystal’ scent bottle with an enamelled white metal cover and a white metal overlaid scent bottle with funnel, import marks 1983, cased (9) £50-80
George II silver cream jug, with embossed decoration, London 1736, 6oz, 4in. (10cm) £80-120
Two silver napkin rings - London 1900 & Birmingham 1905, silver cheroot holder Birmingham 1903, St. Christopher pendant London 1966 and various silver and white metal rings/earrings £50-80
George VI silver tea pot, by Jones & Crompton, Birmingham ,1945, 12oz £100-150
Edward VII silver salver with shell and scroll borders, Sheffield, 1902, 38oz, 15” diameter £500-700 See Illustration.
Set of Victorian silver knives (5) and forks (6) (forks in fitted case), by Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield, 1873 £50-80
George V silver matched dressing table set comprising four lobed tray, two scent bottles, rectangular box, with embossed cherub decoration and a similar jar, tray and box by William Comyns & Sons, different dates £300-500
Queen Anne Britannia standard silver teapot, London, 1710, 5.5” high, gross weight 12.5 ozs the facetted spout with a hinged cover, with a later wood handle, the domed cover with a turned finial, marked underneath but without a maker’s mark, and on the cover by the London assay mark only, the spout cover apparently unmarked, Provenance. This teapot was gifted by a member of the Comyns silversmith family to a member of the present vendor’s family as a present at a Christening in 1921. The renowned Comyns firm of manufacturing silversmiths was established by William Comyns in the 1850s when he purchased the business of Robert Tagg. £3,000-4,000 See Illustration.
George VI silver circular dish with plain banded decoration, by William Comyns & Son Ltd., London, 1945, 17.5oz £200-400
George VI silver mug, with scroll handle on round foot, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd., London, 1945, 13oz £100-150
George V silver two handled octagonal shaped tray with ivory mounted handles, by Frank Cobb & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1934, gross weight 72oz, retailers mark Manoah Rhodes & Sos Bradford £800-1,000 See Illustration.
Set of twelve silver handled, stainless bladed knives in original presentation box, one silver salt, one silver pepper one silver and wood wine coaster £30-50
Modern silver presentation salver with gadrooned rim on three scroll feet, with inscription and engraved signatures, maker’s mark rubbed, London, 1955, 19oz £200-300
Continental white metal jar and cover with embossed decoration, continental silver spoon with import marks for London, 1901, three English silver napkin rings, pin dish, six boxed tea spoons, two others loose and a silver handled knife (boxed) £80-120
George VI silver six division toast rack, by Fattorini & Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1940, 3oz £30-50
George VI silver sugar sifter and cream jug set, by William Neale & Son Ltd., Birmingham, 1940, 10oz, (in fitted case) £100-150
Two Danish silver knife and fork sets, the first with bright cut decoration, by N. K. Larsen, Copenhagen, 1903, the other Copenhagen 1910, 5oz £60-100
Selection of Continental and foreign silver items comprising, five napkin rings, spoon, pickle fork, and three silver handled bottle openers £100-150
George V rectangular silver ink stand with shaped borders and two glass inkwells under hinged covers, by Cooper Brothers & Sons, London, 1918, 24oz, 10in. (25cm) £250-400 See Illustration.
Art Nouveau oval silver fruit basket with pierced decoration of scrolls, marks rubbed, 14”, 18 oz £200-300 See Illustration.
Victorian silver topped scent bottle with glass body together with a pair of silver squat form candlesticks £70-100
George V silver cigarette box marks rubbed 7in. (18cm) £50-80
Pair of modern silver pierced dishes, by Barker Ellis Silver Co., Birmingham, 1965, a small circular dish, hexagonal pierced dish, and a silver topped cut glass inkwell, weighable silver 6.5oz £80-120
Selection of Victorian and later silver flatware comprising a tablespoon, set of six grapefruit spoons, two coffee spoons, four salt spoons and a pin dish, various dates and marks, 12oz £120-180 Edward VII silver spectacles case with embossed decoration and silver framed spectacles, probably Birmingham, 1904, a shell shaped caddy spoon, and a silver propelling pencil £100-150 Small collection of silver, continental silver and silver plated teaspoons £40-60
Four modern silver pin dishes, two by Asprey’s, London, 1961, one Mappin & Webb, London, 1976, the other William Comyns & Son Ltd., London, 1967, 6oz £70-100
George V silver crumb scoop with ivory handle, Sheffield, 1920 £60-100
Victorian silver hotwater jug, with embossed decoration and bird head spout, by Benjamin Smith III, London, 1846, gross weight 26oz £300-500
Contemporary Arts and Crafts Guild of Handicrafts silver yacht each element stamped, London 1995 14 cm £100-150
Large silver photo frame with leaf border 28.5 X 22.5 Sheffield 1983 £30-50
Victorian silver trowel bookmark the handle inset with agate Birmingham 1900 7.5 cm £30-50
Asprey & Co silver mechanical bookmark in original case Birmingham 1934 6.5 cm £80-120
Cut glass decanter and stopper with silver collar, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1909, 12in. (30cm) £30-50
19th century silver filigree miniature chamberstick with ring handle on rectangular base, 3 cm £30-50
Set of six George VI silver teaspoons, by C. T, Burrows & Sons, Birmingham, 1938, in fitted case, knife, fork and spoon set, in fitted case, pickle fork part set in fitted case, and three silver topped and cut glass perfume bottles £80-120
Georgian silver vinaigrette of oval form with bright cut top , gilt interior , circa 1820 2.5 cm £40-60
Victorian combination silver vesta case with ring chain holder, Birmingham 1901 £60-90
George VI silver sugar sifter, by Roberts & Dore, Birmingham, 1937, 2.5oz £30-50
George V silver sovereign case by William Haseler the top engraved with fleur de lys decoration, Birmingham 1911 £40-60
Pair of Victorian silver bonbon dishes with pierced scrolling decoration, by Deykin & Harrison, Birmingham, 1896, and three silver napkin rings, 4.5oz £50-80
Silver dish with golf clubs by A E Jones with inscription , Birmingham 1966, 12 cm £40-60
Pair of George IV silver Fiddle pattern sugar tongs, by T. Cox Savory, London, 1828, a spoon and a butter knife, 2.5oz £30-50
Novelty silver paperweight in the form of an apple , Birmingham 1996 , 6.5 cm £30-50
Art Deco style silver desk calendar octagonal drum with bakelite ends Birmingham . 1957 £40-60
Six silver coffee spoons - cased, and six silver tea spoons £50-80
Three George III silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons, by Richard Crossley, London, 1798, 6oz £80-120
Pair of Edward VII pierced silver Bon Bon dishes with decoration of styalised hearts Sheffield 1901 , 10.5 cm £40-60
Silver Advertising letter opener Mitcham Cardboards , Sheffield 1952 23.5 cm £20-40
Set of six George V silver bladed mother-ofpearl handled knives, Sheffield, 1921 £60-100
Pair of Victorian silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Carter, London, 1858, 3oz £30-50
George V silver oval bowl by Hamilton & Inches of Edinburgh, with pierced scroll and shell borders, Edinburgh 1910 £100-150
Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon by Nelson Dawson , London 1907 8.5 cm . NOTE: Nelson Dawson was one of the founding members of the Artificers Guild in 1901. In 1903 Montague Fordham took control of the company and the Guild’s work began to be sold at the Fordham Gallery. They produced stained glass panels, objects in steel, iron, silver and jewellery. £80-120 See Illustration.
Victorian silver rattle with whistle, 5”h
Danish silver caddy spoon with Art Nouveau style floral handle dated ‘51, 10.5 cm £20-40 See Illustration.
Silver caddy spoon with Heron crest and bright cut handle , maker George Unite , Birmingham 1840 9 cm £40-60 See Illustration.
George III shell bowl caddy spoon by John Robertson II & John Walton, Newcastle Circa 1790 8.3 cm £40-60 See Illustration.
Silver sugar sifter, by Walker & Hall, set of six rat-tail teaspoons, and a serpentine shaped trinket box £50-80 Three modern Sterling silver swans, hallmarked, 1995/96, (filled)
Victorian silver and ivory page turner with silver collar, London 1864 17in. (43cm) £60-90
George IV silver floral embossed caddy spoon London 1822 £30-50 See Illustration.
Victorian silver decanter label for Port in the shape of a leaf, maker JW London 1839 £30-50 See Illustration.
George III silver caddy spoon with bright cut acorn bowl London 1820 , 9 cm £40-60 See Illustration.
George IV silver decanter label ‘ Sherry’, by James Kirkby, Gregory & Co Sheffield 1827 £30-50 See Illustration.
George IV silver ‘ Rum ‘ label by James Kirkby & Co., Sheffield 1827 £30-50 See Illustration.
Edward VII rectangular silver tray embossed with cherubs, and with gadrooned borders, Birmingham 1903, 30 x 21 cm £100-150
Art Deco fruit knives & forks with green bakelite handles with silver ferrules , cased £20-40
Large silver frame with arch top modern with London marks 33 x 25 .5 cm £40-60
Silver wine coaster with pierced gallery London 1994 12.5 cm £20-40
Victorian ivory handled silver trowel by White, Sons & Co., Sheffield 1879 16 cm £40-60
Victorian wine label ‘Moselle, by William Ker Reid, in the form of a vine leaf, London 1839 £50-80 See Illustration. William IV Scottish silver wine label ‘ P’, for port wine maker by A G Whighton, Edinburgh c 1830 4 cm £30-50 See Illustration. Victorian silver decanter label, ‘Gin’, by Rawlings and Sumner, London 1842 £30-50 See Illustration.
George V oil and vinegar bottles with silver collars and cut decoration , London 1913 £30-50
Edward VII set of six silver buttons with relief head decoration, Birmingham 1905, in later case £40-60
Three silver photograph frames various designs and dates , largest 15 cm x 11 cm £40-60
Victorian silver cruet stand London 1893 , and a plated cruet stand with cut glass bottles £30-50
Edward VII silver oval tea caddy the sides with chased scenes of couples in a landscapes by William Comyns, London 1902 9 x 10.5 cm £60-90
George V crested silver pint tankard etched with a running figure under a crown , Birmingham 1928 £100-150
Victorian silver card case, engine turned decoration and York Minster in a panel in high relief, William Dudley, Birmingham, 1849, 2oz, 4” x 3” £400-600 See Illustration.
Victorian silver card case with all over shell and floral embossed decoration , by George Unite , Birmingham 1883 £80-120
Victorian Sampson Mordan silver Freeman Patent card case with early engine turning and a vacant shield cartouche London 1844 , 7.7 x 4.4 cm £100-150
Edward VII silver playing card case with dome top and hammered finish , Birmingham 1901 £30-50
George III caddy spoon with scallop form bowl , by Josiah Snatt London 1801 £30-50 See Illustration.
George V silver cruet set comprising two each of salt, pepper, mustard and a salt spoon, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1919, (in fitted case), £80-120
Pierced silver Bon Bon caddy spoon by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes Birmingham 1893 £20-40 See Illustration.
Georgian silver port label by Sandilands Drinkwater circa 1740 £40-60 See Illustration.
Swedish silver caddy spoon Marked Geysir , with decoration of a hot water spring , marked SS £20-40 See Illustration.
William IV silver decanter label in the form of a vine leaf, by Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham, 1835 £30-50 See Illustration.
George lll bright cut caddy spoon by Joseph Taylor , Birmingham 1819 £20-40 See Illustration.
Two modern silver spirit labels, ‘Scotch’, maker’s mark ‘ES’, London, 1966, and ‘Whisky’ maker’s mark ‘DJS’, London, 1972 £20-30 See Illustration.
Arts & Crafts, mid century caddy spoon Maker CLM London 1953 £30-50 See Illustration.
Miniature George III silver shell bowl caddy spoon by L & Co Birmingham 1794 £30-50 See Illustration.
Cased set of six silver cockerel cocktail sticks £30-50
George V silver sauce boat with banded base, Birmingham 1938 £30-50
George V silver desk clock with an enamel face, Birmingham 1913 £20-40
George V silver vesta case with Jack Russell dog portrait Maker A & J Birmingham 1922 £20-40
Modern silver decanter label sherry, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham, 1974 £20-40 See Illustration. Set of three silver decanter labels in the form of vine leaves brandy, whisky, and sherry by Deakin & Francis Birmingham 1974 £20-40 See Illustration. George IV silver port label with rope border, Sheffield 1827 £30-50 See Illustration.
George II silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoon, London, 1743 £30-50
George V silver vesta case of plain curved form by William Hair Haseler Birmingham 1923 £20-40
Edward VII plain silver vesta case by Samuel M Levi, Birmingham 1901 £20-40
George V silver photograph frame, by W. T. Wiseman, Birmingham, 1928, 8 x 6in. (20 x 15cm) £20-40
Two George V silver handled magnifying glasses one with a double strength lens Birmingham 1915 and Sheffield 1912 £30-50
Two cased silver christening sets makers WB & APC £20-40
George III silver sauce ladle with monogram , London 1806 £20-40
Victorian silver and hardstone Scottish style letter opener, Birmingham 1898 £30-50
George V Sampson Mordan Novelty silver letter opener with study of a duck , Chester 1914 £60-90 See Illustration.
Edward VII Mappin & Webb Art Nouveau silver box with Arabian Desert, the finial in the form of a camel, the side with Edward VII emblem and St Francis with a dog , London 1905 5in. (13cm) £100-150 See Illustration.
Novelty silver two piece golf pitch repairer, in the form of a forked trowel and a ball marker by CJL London 2004 £20-40
Three silver photo frames two circular and a third with double repouse decoration , various dates £30-50
Early 19th C Swedish silver mounted meerschaum pipe with etched scallop decoration, stamped marks £30-50
Silver desk top receipt hook on a circular sterling stand and an engine turned silver seal £30-50
Double section silver sliding stamp holder with red stone button, maker CME £20-40
Corkscrew in silver with fish handle by JBD & S , Birmingham 1973 £40-60 See Illustration.
George V Goldsmiths & Silversmiths dish with a pheasant London 1911 , 10.5 cm dia £50-80 See Illustration.
Silver paper weight with horse mount by AJP Birmingham 1999 £30-50
Edward VII novelty silver desk seal with pheasant top and band of guilloche enamel , maker WH London 1908 £50-80
Edward VII inkpot with silver top mounted with a fox, hobnail cut glass, London 1904 £60-90 See Illustration.
Edward VII silver topped inkwell London 1930 and a plated double inkwell £20-40
Early 20th century German silver novelty inkwell in the form of a day bed by Karl Kurz of Kesselstadt chased decoration of figures in a landscape within a scroll border, trademarks for Hanau , London import marks for 1901, 6.6 x 16 cm £100-150 See Illustration.
Silver and tortoiseshell clock, inlaid with garlands and flowers , Swiss movement with secondary hand , Birmingham 1909 , 10.5 cm £80-120
Victorian, ‘ The last drop ‘ unusual silver barrel form military related mug Engraved “from Captain Williams Bulkeley on his leaving the Reg , May 1865 , to the thirsty souls he leaves behind .” Glass base acid etched with a hanging man , London 1865 11.5 cm RESEARCH reveals a Captain Williams Bulkeley 1835-1887 Captain of the 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot £200-300 See Illustration.
George V cased mother of pearl and silver clothes brush with painted Geisha girl, Birmingham 1928 £20-40
George V large crested silver cased cigar cutter with a crest of a tree and ‘Deo Favente ‘ by Cohen & Charles, London 1920 £20-40
Rare Edward VII novelty silver snuff box in the form of a brazil nut with gilt interior made by John Marshall Spink London 1902 Rd 273336, 5.2 cm £150-250
George V set of six feather edged fluted spoons, London 1804 and 1806 2.4 oz £40-60
Boxed silver concorde decanter labels, vodka and sherry £30-50
Charles II silver porringer with later embossed floral decoration, London, 1672 £300-500
Victorian novelty silver ashtray in the form of a jockeys cap, Birmingham, 1892, 3 ozs £100-150
A pair of silver engine turned napkin rings together with a pair of bright cut napkin rings £30-50
Edward VII silver Domino form snuff box / vesta, London 1902 £60-90
Silver pencil , bottle and boot hook, various makers and dates £20-40
Sampson Mordan & Co silver and tortoiseshell letter opener and pencil holder £20-40
George V silver chainmail handbag, London 1916 £50-80
Scottish Western and motor club four legged silver dish, Birmingham, 1927 £20-40
Victorian silver christening mug, London, 1894 1.5 oz £20-40
Silver fiddle pattern sauce ladle, Edinburgh, 1835 £20-40
Pair of silver and blue enamel pansy dishes, RD, Birmingham, 1946 Diameter 3 inches £50-80
Silver toast rack with naturalistic leaf decoration, by Yap & Woodward, Birmingham, 1835 4 oz £50-80
Pair of masonic silver paperweights, Lodge of peace, London, 1923 £40-60
Heart shaped novelty silver toast rack, Sheffield, 1904 2 ozs
George V silver card case of shipping interest with enamel flag E & F Birmingham, 1913 1.7 oz £30-50
Pair of silver photo frames, London, 1901 £20-40
George III silver fish slice, London, 1819 4.1 oz 11in. (28cm) £60-80
Silver pot pourri box with golfer decoration, William Comyns, London, 1904 £50-80
Ivory handled silver fish slice, Birmingham, 1808 10½in. (25cm) £40-60
Silver golf tee, pencil and marker, boxed £20-30
Silver leaf etched bowl caddy spoon, London, 1824 0.3 oz £30-50
Silver caddy spoon with scallop bowl, Elizabeth Morley, London, 1789 0.4 oz £40-60
Chinese style silver and enamel gilt spoons boxed, English marks Padgett & Braham, Birmingham, 1965 £40-60
Triple silver topped portable spirit flasks in leather case, London, 1951 £80-120
19th century silver campaign shaving brush with engine turned finish, London, 1853 £40-60
Australian silver dish with kangaroo motif Diameter 3 inches, 1.2 oz £20-40
George VI silver vesta case with mounted pomeranian dog, London, 1939 £40-60
Silver handled magnifying glass and silver fronted address book £20-40
George V pair of silver photo frames, Birmingham, 1919 5 x 3½in. (13 x 8cm) £30-50
Travel form silver bookmark with ribbed handles, Birmingham, 1896 £20-40
Pierced three piece silver cruet set, Birmingham, 1950
Edward VII cased silver mounted meerschaum pipe with amber mouth piece, Birmingham, 1907 £20-30
Edward VII Sherlock Holmes style silver mounted pipe, Birmingham, 1908 £20-30
Silver brandy warming pan, Hukin & Heath, Birmingham, 1904 1.5 oz £30-50
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Pair of silver mounted oak candlesticks, Dublin Designed by Hood associates, hand turned by Gerard Fox £30-50
Three silver topped match strikes of varying forms £30-50
Various silver items to include scent bottle, photo frame and mesh purse £20-40
George III silver gilt salt of circular form with shell mask and scroll decoration, by William Eaton, London, 1818, 6oz £100-150
Pair of George III silver shell shaped butter dishes, by Henry Green, London, 1788, 8.5oz, £100-150
Selection of Victorian silver Fiddle pattern cutlery, comprising sixteen dessert forks, teaspoon and one George III dinner fork, various dates and marks, 30oz £300-500
Selection of Victorian shell pattern cutlery, comprising six dinner forks, three tablespoons, three teaspoons, and four fiddle, thread and shell pattern teaspoons, mostly by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London, 1895 and other dates and marks, 27oz £250-450
Modern silver cigarette box with engine turned decoration, by D. Bros., Birmingham, 1957 £50-80
Royal marriage Charles and Diana silver proof commemorative coin collection, 16 ozs 16 medals in fitted case £150-250
Modern silver models of a cock and hen pheasant, by C. J. Vander Ltd., London, 1957, 54oz £800-1,200 See Illustration.
Art Deco style silver four piece dressing table set, Sheffield 1955, with a small amount of silver and silver plated cutlery £30-50
Modern silver three piece tea service, comprising teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl, by Viner’s Ltd., Sheffield, teapot 1957, cream jug and sugar bowl 1952, gross weight 21oz £180-220
Eleven George III and later silver Hanoverian pattern teaspoons, various dates and marks, 7oz, £70-100
Eleven Victorian silver Old English pattern dessert forks, various dates and marks,14oz £150-200
George III silver Hour Glass pattern tablespoon, by Solomon Hougham, London, 1814, and a Victorian silver tablespoon, London, 1864, 7oz £70-100
Pair of Victorian Hanoverian pattern silver sauce ladles, by Chawner & Co., London, 1869, 5oz £50-80
Nine George III and later silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons, various dates and marks, 17oz £180-220
Twelve George III silver Hanoverian pattern dessert spoons, various dates and marks,14oz £150-250
Eleven George IV and William IV silver table forks, by William Chawner II, London, 1826 and 1833, 23oz £250-350
Edward VII set of six silver rat tail tablespoons, London 1901 and five Victorian fiddle pattern teaspoons, London 1860, 14 ozs £150-250
George V silver trinket box, of oval form on four cabriole legs, by Lawrence Emanuel, Birmingham, 1916 £30-50
George V silver matching cream jug and sugar bowl, with half-gadrooned bodies and scroll handles, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1913, 7oz £70-100
George V silver cigarette case, by S. Blackensee & Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1930, small silver bow, sugar tongs and a napkin ring, 7oz £50-80
George V silver salver, with serpentine border on three stylised hoof feet, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1923, 17oz £200-300
Edward VII silver three piece tea service, with shell and foliate decorated rim, scroll handles, half-gadrooned body, by Edmond Johnson Ltd., Sheffield, 1903, 50oz gross weight £600-800 See Illustration.
Three modern silver labels, comprising ‘Port’, ‘Gin’ and ‘Whisky’, with shell decorated borders, maker’s mark ‘REP’, Birmingham, 1977 and 1980 £40-60
Pair of George V silver four division toast racks, by Adie Bros. Ltd., Birmingham, 1932, 3oz £30-50
Victorian silver Victoria pattern fish knife, by Robert Wallis, London, 1845, silver trumpet vase, sugar tongs and a cigarette case, 11oz £120-180
Russian silver cigarette case with hinged cover, with match compartment, blue cabochon stone and engine turned decoration, marked ‘88’, maker’s mark ‘HB’ within a lozenge, 6.5oz, 4¼in. (10cm) £200-300
Russian silver and enamelled tea spoon, with scrolling foliate decoration to the bowl, marked ‘84’, maker’s mark H and a backwards 3, 5.25” long £60-100
Russian silver salt and spoon with engraved geometric decoration and cyrillic characters, marked ‘84’, Moscow, ‘BC 1886’, maker’s mark for Mikhail Ovchinnikov, spoon marked ‘84’, 1.5oz £50-80 George V silver cigarette case, by William J. Holmes, Birmingham, 1910, a pair of sugar tongs and a napkin ring, 4oz £40-60
Russian silver beaker with engraved floral decoration, marked ‘84’ and for Moscow, maker’s mark rubbed, 2.5oz £40-60
George V silver four piece cruet set, comprising two salts with blue glass liners with non-matching spoons, mustard and cover with non-matching spoon and blue glass liner, and a pepperette, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1911, 10oz £100-150
The 100 Greatest Cars silver miniature collection, in the form of ingots, in fitted case with booklet, all marked 925/1000 £80-120
George IV Scottish silver punch ladle, maker’s mark rubbed, Glasgow, 1824, 8oz £150-250
Pair of Victorian silver candlesticks with fluted decoration and beaded borders, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London, 1896, (loaded) £100-150
George V cut glass and silver mounted hip flask, by Thomas Ingleton, London, 1924 £50-80
Two sets of modern Concorde silver spirit labels, in fitted cases, by British Airways, Birmingham, 1986 £40-60
George V silver cruet, London 1829, by Joseph Angel, with two original silver topped bottles, three further bottles, (two non matching),and three missing, 20oz £300-500 See Illustration.
William IV silver King’s pattern salt spoon, London 1831, another London 1797, a Victorian sifter spoon, 1840, and a pair of Victorian sugar tongs, marks rubbed, 4oz £40-60
Three Victorian silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern dessert forks by George Angel, and two others, various dates, 10oz £100-200
Four Irish silver George III Fiddle pattern spoons, by John Power, Dublin 1806, 8 ozs £80-120
Victorian silver hot water jug with halfgadrooned body on round foot, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., Sheffield, 1888, gross weight 16oz £200-300
Victorian silver matched three piece tea service comprising tea pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, with half-gadrooned bodies, tea pot by William Hutton & Sons, London, 1884, cream jug and sugar bowl by Army & Navy Cooperative Society Ltd., London, 1890, gross weight 29oz £250-350
George VI silver dressing table set, comprising four brushes and a mirror, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd., London, 1941, and a non-matching dressing table jar £60-100
Continental silver shallow dish, with wavy rim, stamped 925 £80-120
Modern silver candle holder with glass top decorated with strawberry decoration together with a silver trophy, and five cased silver handled butter knives (filled) £80-120
Modern silver presentation salver on four scroll feet, by J. B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1966, 16oz £150-250
Victorian silver embossed pepperette and a Victorian silver top button hook £30-50
Victorian silver sugar bowl and matching cream jug, by Joseph Angell I & Joseph Angell II, London, 1844, 19oz £200-300
Pair of modern silver squat candlesticks by Mappin & Webb, (weighted), Birmingham, 1989, in original box £60-100
Victorian silver hotwater jug of octagonal section with engraved decoration, by Thomas Bradbury III and John S. Henderson, London, 1881, 19.5oz gross weight £200-300
Victorian silver card case, with hinged cover and engine turned decoration, by Stokes & Ireland Ltd., Chester, 1898, 1.5oz £40-60
George IV silver snuff box, maker’s mark ‘TP’, London, 1824, 2.5oz 3¼in. (8cm) £40-60
George III silver cream jug with halfgadrooned body, marks rubbed, 4.5oz
19th century silver pierced twin-handled basket with floral swag and lattice decoration, hallmarked for London Assay Office, 1951, 30oz £400-600 See Illustration.
George V silver circular dressing table box on three scroll feet, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1919 £30-50
George II silver salt on three hoof feet with blue glass liner, London, 1759, and non-matching spoon, 1oz £20-30
Victorian silver desk stand with inkwell, pen tray and hinged compartment, London, 1899, and a modern Mappin & Webb pin dish, London, 1975 £50-80
George V silver oval tea caddy, London 1921, 10oz £100-200
Indian Sterling silver three piece tea service, comprising teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl, embossed with animals and figures in landscape setting, 40oz gross weight £400-600 See Illustration.
Late Victorian silver spoon and shove in fitted case, by Francis Howard Ltd., Sheffield, 1890, Victorian silver candle snuffer, set of six teaspoons (boxed), spoon and fork (boxed), Indian white metal sugar sifter, and eight pieces of flatware, 18oz gross weight £150-250
Selection of silver plate including a four piece tea service and other items £100-150
George V silver mounted desk calendar, Birmingham, 1927 8¼in. (20cm) £40-60
Late Victorian silver three piece tea service, comprising tea pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, by John Hines, Birmingham, 1898, and a pair of non-matching sugar nips, gross weight 15oz £150-250
Set of six George V silver tea spoons by A. J. Bailey, Birmingham, 1912, and two further sets of six silver coffee spoons, 7.5oz, all in fitted cases £40-60
George VI silver compact, London, Dyas Beverley Hampton, 1949, and a silver cigarette case, E.J. Trevitt & Sons, Chester, 1922, gross weight 8oz £100-200
George V silver four piece tea service, comprising teapot, hotwater jug, cream jug and sugar bowl, by George Unite & Sons, Birmingham 1917/18, 37oz gross weight £300-500
Sterling silver cigarette box
George V silver sugar caster by Barker Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1935, 5oz 6in. (15cm) £50-80
Edward VII silver mounted flower vase on circular base with glass liner with frilly edge, Birmingham 1909, 8” high, loaded £30-50
George IV silver ladle, engraved with initials, by George Turner and Thomas William Biddell, London 1822, 6oz 14in. (36cm) £70-100
Indian Sterling silver coffee pot embossed with figures in a landscape and a similar sugar bowl, 20oz gross weight £200-300
Set of twelve German silver mounted fish knives and forks, with ball and claw terminals, marked ‘800’ £80-120
Italian silver dish and cover on stand with clear glass liner and gadrooned decoration, marked ‘800’ 7in. (18cm) £70-100
Four Italian silver items comprising two oval bowls, oval dish on ball and claw feet, and a tea strainer on stand, all with gadrooned decoration, marked ‘800’ £150-200
George III silver punch ladle, London 1799, monogrammed with initials £70-100
George V silver capstan inkwell, Birmingham 1933 1½in. (3cm) £40-60
Victorian silver egg cup and spoon, London, 1890 (in fitted case) £30-50
Victorian silver embossed sugar bowl decorated with birds amongst foliage and a Victorian silver cup, Birmingham 1867, 7oz 2½in. (5cm) £70-100
George V silver cigarette box, with engine turned decoration on four feet, by Robert Pringle & Sons, Birmingham, 1931 8½in. (20cm) £80-120
Set of six silver Victorian tea spoons, Exeter 1857, two silver napkin rings and a silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1935 £50-80
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) £200-300
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) £300-350
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19th century chest on chest of two short and six long drawers on bracket base 72 x 49 x 22in. (183 x 124 x 56cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
19th century Empire style mahogany chest of six drawers, with fan inlay 60 x 41 x 21in. (152 x 104 x 53cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany double chest with a hinged top above four faux drawers, four long drawers under on bracket feet 45 x 73 x 21in. (114 x 185 x 53cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany card table on column support to four splayed legs 29 x 37 x 18in. (74 x 94 x 46cm) £300-500
19th century mahogany square piano converted with three drawers on turned legs 34 x 71 x 29in. (86 x 180 x 74cm) £60-100
Early 20th century mahogany, satinwood, boxwood and ebony strung Carlton house desk by Maple & Co., superstructure with cupboards, drawers and compartments, adjustable tooled leather writing surface, above five drawers, central drawer with makers stamp, on square tapering legs to spade feet 39 x 53 x 28in. (99 x 135 x 71cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany bureau bookcase, the top with glazed doors above a fall front with fitted interior and four long drawers under on bracket feet 88in. (224cm) £300-500 19th century mahogany and rosewood crossbanded chest, of two short over three long graduated drawers on a bracket base, 42 x 41 x 19in. (107 x 104 x 48cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany extending dining table with three additional leaves width 62” extended 122” £200-300
19th century rosewood tea table, on hexagonal column and scrolling quatrefoil base, 30 x 35 x 17in. (76 x 89 x 43cm) £200-300
19th century cedar of Lebanon octagonal cellarette, with compartments on four square tapering supports and castors, 28 x 17 x 17in. (71 x 43 x 43cm) ÂŁ200-300 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany and parquetry inlaid escritoire with drawer above fall front to three drawers on square legs 57 x 39 x 20in. (145 x 99 x 51cm) ÂŁ500-800 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany and brass bound military chest of two short over three long drawers lacking feet 37 x 39 x 19in. (94 x 99 x 48cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
Early 20th century oak billiard cue stand on round swiveling base to bun feet, with a selection of cues 49in. (124cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany serpentine card table with concertina action, on square legs 29 x 35 x 18in. (74 x 89 x 46cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
Pair of Georgian style high back chairs, curved scallop form backs , on square section mahogany legs , c1900 49 x 32 x 39in. (124 x 81 x 99cm) £300-500
Late Victorian mahogany wind out extending table with two leaves on ball and claw feet , rope twist border . 90 x 49in. (229 x 124cm) £300-500
A set of six mahogany Chippendale style dining chairs with well carved backs , on ball and claw feet , c 1900 £300-500
Continental flame mahogany commode chest , the fall flap revealing , satinwood fitted interior polished slate top , four drawers , 19th C 58 x 38 x 16in. (147 x 97 x 41cm) £500-800 See Illustration.
Late 19th century Sheraton revival ladies mahogany kneehole desk, of nine drawer configuration on slightly splayed legs 30 x 44 x 23in. (76 x 112 x 58cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration.
George III mahogany serpentine chest of six drawers with boxwood line inlay, on bracket feet, 49 x 45 x 22in. (124 x 114 x 56cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 671 45
Victorian mahogany Berlin woolwork firescreen with foliate carved frame , woolwork depicting a gentleman with dog and bird in a landscape 47 x 25in. (119 x 64cm) £100-150
Edwardian mahogany sutherland table with satinwood inlay two tier, on square section legs 26½in. (66cm) £80-120
19th Century oak cupboard with extensive carving arch and foliage carving, one door 68 x 38 x 17in. (173 x 97 x 43cm) £200-300
19th century walnut canterbury, 36 x 29 x 17in. (91 x 74 x 43cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
Set of six 19th century mahogany dining chairs £300-500
19th century walnut work table, the hinged top enclosing a fitted interior, silk box on twin end supports 28 x 28 x 18in. (71 x 71 x 46cm) £300-500
19th century walnut framed armchair with padded back and seat £200-300
19th century mahogany Secretaire bookcase top with two glazed doors above secretaire drawer fitted with pigeon holes and drawers above three long drawers to slightly splayed bracket base 91 x 43 x 22in. (231 x 109 x 56cm) £500-800 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany bookcase cabinet top with three astragal glazed doors the associated base with four cupboard doors 96 x 75 x 16in. (244 x 191 x 41cm) £200-300
19th century Gilt framed cushion shaped mirror, finial in the form of festoons and torches £30-50
19th century Rosewood canterbury, decorated with wreaths 20 x 21 x 14in. (51 x 53 x 36cm) £250-350
19th century burr walnut round tilt top table, column support to three carved legs, diameter 52” 30in. (76cm) £200-300
18th century walnut chest, of three short over three long drawers on bracket feet 38 x 39 x 21in. (97 x 99 x 53cm) £200-300
19th century mahogany satinwood crossbanded and boxwood strung bowfronted chest, with two short over three long drawers on bracket feet 41 x 42 x 21in. (104 x 107 x 53cm) £200-300
19th century mahogany rosewood armchair, and matching nursing chair (2) £200-300
Early 20th century mirror in the Chippendale style 71 x 67in. (180 x 170cm) £200-300
19th century fruitwood tallboy, two short over six long drawers to bracket base 67 x 43 x 21in. (170 x 109 x 53cm) £350-500 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany chest, of two short over five long drawers on plinth base (originally the centre section of a wardrobe) 65 x 49 x 23in. (165 x 124 x 58cm) £100-150
George III mahogany drop flap two drawer work/sewing table on turned legs with pull out box below dummy drawers to one side, on tapering legs 28 x 22 x 14in. (71 x 56 x 36cm) £100-150
18th/19th century Islamic painted wood panel, possibly from a door, converted to a coffee table 19 x 59 x 47in. (48 x 150 x 119cm) £300-500
19th century folding card table on column support to four carved splayed legs 37 x 30 x 30in. (94 x 76 x 76cm) £250-350
18th century style oak refectory style dining table on turned legs 30 x 71 x 32in. (76 x 180 x 81cm) £500-1,000 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany chest of of two short and five long drawers on plinth base 63 x 50 x 21in. (160 x 127 x 53cm) £200-300
Carters of London ‘Invalid’ wheelchair with cane seat, label verso £100-200
Set of six 19th century rosewood balloon back dining chairs, with padded seats on cabriole legs £200-300
19th century walnut oval loo table, on column support to four scrolled and carved legs 30 x 39 x 53in. (76 x 99 x 135cm) £200-300
George III mahogany fret framed wall mirror £80-120
19th century mahogany secretaire bookcase, the top with two doors above base with fitted drawer above a cupboard door on bracket feet 84 x 42 x 21in. (213 x 107 x 53cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany chest, two short over three long drawers on plinth base 42 x 46 x 22in. (107 x 117 x 56cm) £200-300
Set of six Regency mahogany bar back dining chairs, with drop-in seats on sabre legs £150-250
19th century mahogany breakfront sideboard, the top section with two drawers above base with two drawers, one deep drawer, one cupboard door on reeded tapering legs 38 x 86 x 24in. (97 x 218 x 61cm) £300-500
19th century mahogany extending dining table, on turned tapering legs with four additional leaves, width 45”, extended 129” 29in. (74cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany rectangular tilt top table, column support, tripod base, 30 x 21 x 21in. (76 x 53 x 53cm) £50-80
Oak mule chest,with hinged top above four carved panels over aa five drawer configuration £150-250
George II style mahogany folding card table with a single frieze drawer on cabriole legs 29 x 29 x 16in. (74 x 74 x 41cm) £180-220
Edwardian mahogany full front cocktail cabinet with fitted interior, manufactured by Albert Barker Ltd, 5 New Bond Street, London, Patent no. 585 58 x 30 x 17in. (147 x 76 x 43cm) £150-250
18th century oak panelled settle 44 x 20in. (112 x 51cm) £200-400
19th century painted blackamoor 23in. (58cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
Pair of 18th century marquetry inlaid dining chairs with padded seats to ball and claw feet £200-300
18th century oak dresser, with three tier plate rack on base with three drawers above an open section 66 x 66 x 16in. (168 x 168 x 41cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
Late nineteenth century French boulle three tier whatnot 31in. (79cm) £150-250
19th century walnut and boxwood strong Davenport on plinth base 35 x 22 x 21in. (89 x 56 x 53cm) £250-350
19th century rosewood armchair with padded back and seat with turned leg £100-200 714
Queen Anne style walnut dressing table mirror, base with single drawer 27 x 16 x 9in. (69 x 41 x 23cm) £60-100
19th century mahogany chest on chest, three short drawers and six long drawers on bracket base 70 x 46 x 21in. (178 x 117 x 53cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration.
19th century rosewood drum table, with parquetry inlaid top and undertier, diameter 21” 29in. (74cm) £150-250
19th century rosewood waterfall bookcase, spiral turned supports, drawer to base 32 x 25 x 12in. (81 x 64 x 30cm) £150-250
19th century style butler’s mahogany tray on stand 36 x 27 x 35in. (91 x 69 x 89cm) £50-80
Pair of 19th century mahogany hall chairs, with shaped backs on splayed legs £100-200
George III style mahogany framed armchair £100-200
19th century mahogany shield shaped dressing table mirror, on serpentine base with three drawers 23 x 19 x 8in. (58 x 48 x 20cm) £100-200
George III mahogany four drawer graduated chest with brushing slide on bracket feet with brass carrying handles £150-250
19th century mahogany satinwood inlaid chest, of four long drawers on plinth base 47 x 43 x 21in. (119 x 109 x 53cm) £300-500
19th century mahogany bookcase, two glazed and panelled doors, on plinth base 84 x 43 x 13in. (213 x 109 x 33cm) £300-500
Pair of 18th century style walnut wall hanging shelfs, with mirrored backs 30 x 14 x 9in. (76 x 36 x 23cm) £150-250
Early 20th century walnut chest with deep hat drawer and four small over two large drawers 48 x 48 x 21in. (122 x 122 x 53cm) £150-250
19th century rosewood work table, with a single drawer on column support and shaped base 26 x 21 x 16in. (66 x 53 x 41cm) £80-120
19th century mahogany and rosewood crossbanded bowfronted chest, two short over three long drawers on slightly splayed bracket base 37 x 40 x 23in. (94 x 102 x 58cm) £300-500
19th century rosewood x-framed stool, with padded seat 16 x 21 x 18in. (41 x 53 x 46cm) £100-200
19th century rosewood chaise lounge, on turned reeded legs 32 x 73 x 25in. (81 x 185 x 64cm) £200-300
19th century mahogany corner washstand, the centre tier with three drawers 42 x 23in. (107 x 58cm) £60-100
19th century mahogany Pembroke table 29 x 36 x 21in. (74 x 91 x 53cm) £40-60
20th century adjustable piano stool, with leather padded seat 18 x 19 x 14in. (46 x 48 x 36cm) £60-100
19th century oak chest of four drawers 38 x 27 x 30in. (97 x 69 x 76cm) £200-300
19th century mahogany and satinwood chest with three drawers 29 x 30 x 16in. (74 x 76 x 41cm) £60-100
Edwardian mahogany dining table with extra leaf on turned and reeded supports altered and fixed as one size, 29 x 74 x 43in. (74 x 188 x 109cm) £300-500
19th century mahogany side table on turned legs, with a single frieze drawer 28 x 28 x 16in. (71 x 71 x 41cm) £80-120
18th century oak coffer with later carved decoration, 25 x 55 x 23in. (64 x 140 x 58cm) £100-200
Victorian mahogany extending dining table on turned tapering and reeded legs with one extra leaf, width 46”, extended 68” £200-300
19th century mahogany linen press, the top converted with a rail, over two short and two long drawers on bracket feet, 84 x 50 x 23in. (213 x 127 x 58cm) £300-500
19th century mahogany Pembroke table with a single drawer on square tapering legs, 28 x 35 x 23in. (71 x 89 x 58cm) £60-100
19th century mahogany two door bookcase on plinth base 84 x 46 x 20in. (213 x 117 x 51cm) £200-300
George III mahogany tray to top commode on square legs 30 x 20 x 18in. (76 x 51 x 46cm) £150-250
19th century mahogany and boxwood strung side table with single drawer on square tapering legs 31 x 34 x 20in. (79 x 86 x 51cm) £80-120
19th century mahogany stool with padded seat 17 x 15 x 16in. (43 x 38 x 41cm) £40-60
19th century mahogany wash stand central tier with a drawer on square legs 30 x 13 x 14in. (76 x 33 x 36cm) £40-60
George III mahogany drop leaf dining table 16” wide extended 51” £100-200
19th century mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers on bracket feet 35 x 33 x 18in. (89 x 84 x 46cm) £150-250
Early 20th century pine filing chest of 15 drawers on plinth base £100-200
19th century mahogany chest of two short and two long drawers on bracket base 35 x 36 x 19in. (89 x 91 x 48cm) £200-400
Camphour wood trunk with brass handles raised on bun feet 19 x 42 x 20in. (48 x 107 x 51cm) £50-100
George III mahogany chest of brushing slide above four long graduated drawers on ogee bracket feet 32 x 30 x 17in. (81 x 76 x 43cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany chest of four long drawers on bracket feet 33 x 32 x 17in. (84 x 81 x 43cm) £200-300
19th century mahogany pot cupboard with cupboard door above a drawer on square legs 30 x 12 x 13in. (76 x 30 x 33cm) £40-60
19th century mahogany pembroke table (reduced) 18 x 39 x 20in. (46 x 99 x 51cm) £50-100
19th century mahogany washstand with galleried back on square tapering legs 36 x 27 x 19in. (91 x 69 x 48cm) £50-100
19th century mahogany armchair with padded back and seat, on splayed legs £100-200
19th century mahogany towel rail with spiral turned supports 33 x 27in. (84 x 69cm) £30-50
18th century oak table on bobbin turned supports 28 x 32 x 20in. (71 x 81 x 51cm) £100-200
19th century mahogany corner washstand with a blue and white bowl 42 x 26in. (107 x 66cm) £80-120
19th century mahogany side table with a single drawer on square legs 29 x 19 x 31in. (74 x 48 x 79cm) £100-200
18th century oak chest of four drawers on square feet 34 x 37 x 20in. (86 x 94 x 51cm) £300-500
19th century mahogany chest of three drawers on bracket feet 36 x 35 x 18in. (91 x 89 x 46cm) £200-400
19th century mahogany chest of brushing slide and four long graduated drawers on bracket feet 38 x 35 x 18in. (97 x 89 x 46cm) £200-300
19th century mahogany commode in the form of a chest on bracket base 28 x 28 x 17in. (71 x 71 x 43cm) £60-100
19th century mahogany chest of three drawers on bracket feet 35 x 44 x 22in. (89 x 112 x 56cm) £200-400
19th century mahogany dressing table mirror on box base with three drawers 29 x 25 x 8in. (74 x 64 x 20cm) £50-80
19th century mahogany bowfronted chest of four drawers on bracket base 36 x 36 x 18in. (91 x 91 x 46cm) £200-400
19th century mahogany corner chair, with vase shaped splats £100-200
19th century mahogany chest of three drawers on bracket base 27 x 31 x 16in. (69 x 79 x 41cm) £60-100
19th century Yew wood windsor chair, with pierced splat on cabriole legs £100-200
George III mahogany drop leaf dining table on turned legs with pad feet 28 x 45 x 14in. (71 x 114 x 36cm) £100-200
19th century gilt frame convex wall mirror, the top in the form of a seahorse 44in. (112cm) £250-350
19th century mahogany armchair in Chippendale style
19th century mahogany bookcase cabinet on bracket feet 81 x 43 x 16in. (206 x 109 x 41cm) £200-300 19th century mahogany linen press made by W. Williamson and Sons of Guildford top with two doors fiitted with shelves above two short and three long drawers on bracket base 84 x 50 x 20in. (213 x 127 x 51cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
19th century button back conversation chair in tre-foil form, on turned tapering legs £100-200
19th Century teak military campaign chest of two short over three long graduated drawers brass cup handles together with brass side handles 41 x 35 x 17in. (104 x 89 x 43cm) £500-800
Mid 19th Century walnut serpentine front folding card table enclosing a green beize playing surface central carved column on four carved acanthus leg supports 29 x 35 x 18in. (74 x 89 x 46cm) £250-400
18th Century oak panelled coffer with lozenge front carved decoration 26in. (66cm) £200-300
George III mahogany straight front chest of two short over three long graduated drawers on splay feet, wood handles 42 x 42 x 20in. (107 x 107 x 51cm) £250-400
George III mahogany fall front bureau with four long graduated drawers, fully fitted interior on bracket feet 42 x 40 x 20in. (107 x 102 x 51cm) £300-500
Early 20th century mahogany marquetry inlaid breakfront display corner cabinet, on splayed legs 87 x 32 x 23in. (221 x 81 x 58cm) £300-500
19th century rosewood button back nursing chair £150-250
Early 20th century mahogany and boxwood strung sofa, on square tapering legs to spade feet 48in. (122cm) £60-100
Early 20th century mahogany and parquetry inlaid piano stool 32 x 24 x 15in. (81 x 61 x 38cm) £100-200
Regency child’s mahogany chair with caned back and seat, square section legs and turned cross stretcher 22½ x 13 x 16in. (56 x 33 x 41cm) £100-150
18th century oak chest in two sections top and base both with two drawers 42 x 42 x 26in. (107 x 107 x 66cm) £300-500
Early 20th century oak pedestal desk of nine drawer configuration, on plinth bases 29 x 48 x 26in. (74 x 122 x 66cm) £200-300
EASTERN CARPETS AND RUGS This section of the sale will not commence before 6.00 pm Wednesday 26th June 791
Persian peach ground rug with multiple borders the centre with concentric shaped medallions 38 x 24in. (97 x 61cm) £250-400
Persian silk brown ground rug with a central rose shaped medallion 40 x 24in. (102 x 61cm) £300-400
Persian red ground rug with multiple borders the centre with a lozenge shaped stepped medallion 60 x 42in. (152 x 107cm) £120-150
Afghan red ground rug, centre decorated with geometric design and multiple borders 78 x 42in. (198 x 107cm) £80-120
Cream ground Persian carpet, multiple borders, centre decorated with foliate forms, 108in. (274cm) £150-250
Persian cream ground carpet, multiple borders, centre decorated with foliate forms 96in. (244cm) £100-200
20th century red ground carpet, multiple borders the centre decorated profusely with foliate forms 110in. (279cm) £100-200
Persian part silk rug with tan ground and central medallion, 79 x 55in. (201 x 140cm) £100-200
Persian part silk rug with pink ground and central medallion, 59 x 37in. (150 x 94cm) £60-100
Persian part silk rug with red ground, central row of medallions, 79 x 55in. (201 x 140cm) £100-200
Red ground Persian rug with central shaped medallion 66 x 42in. (168 x 107cm) £50-100
Red ground Persian carpet profusely decorated with foliate forms 76in. (193cm) £80-120
Red ground Persian carpet profusely decorated with foliate forms 139in. (353cm) £80-120
Red ground Persian carpet, the centre decorated with concentric shaped medallions, profusely decorated with foliate forms, main blue ground border £150-250
Persian blue ground rug with plain cream border, the centre with three lozenge shaped stepped medallions £40-60
Purple ground Chinese carpet with red border, centre decorated with flowers and buildings, 138” x 110” £200-300
Antique Turkoman red ground rug with multiple borders, centre with repeating medallions, 82” x 53” £80-120
Indo Persian green ground carpet, multiple borders, centre with concentric medallions, 158” x 117” £100-150
Persian red ground prayer mat with multiple borders, centre decorated with three lozenge shaped medallions, 49” x 36” £30-50
Persian red ground carpet, multiple borders, centre decorated with floral forms, 134in. (340cm) £100-200
Red ground rug, multiple borders, centre decorated with repeating octagonal medallions 76 x 51in. (193 x 130cm) £40-60
Afghan red ground rug 85 x 46in. (216 x 117cm) £40-60
END OF WEDNESDAY’S SALE
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SECOND DAY’S SALE
GARDEN AND ARCHITECTURAL This section of the sale will not commence before 10.30 am Thursday 27th June 813
Bronze fountain figure in the form of a boy holding two ducks, continental, mid to late 20th century 23in. (58cm) £150-250
Pair of terracotta urns with fruit, 32in. (81cm) £200-300
Giovanni Maria Benzoni, carved marble figure of a lady dated 1863, pitted from being kept outside for many years 42in. (107cm) £1,200-1,800 See Illustration.
Pair of painted metal urns in 18th century manner, diameter 16” 18in. (46cm) £50-80
Ornate cast metal umbrella stand 40 x 23in. (102 x 58cm) £100-150
Marble topped garden table with cast iron base 28 x 39 x 21in. (71 x 99 x 53cm) £50-80
19th century cast metal table base decorated with foliate forms, with slate top 30 x 72 x 28in. (76 x 183 x 71cm) £100-200
Pair of cast metal round fountains, on column supports and octagonal bases, diameter 38” 39in. (99cm) £500-800 See Illustration.
Victorian painted cast iron planter
Composite stone bird bath, diameter 27” 26in. (66cm) £30-50
19th century Cast metal water pump, 31in. (79cm) £30-50
Cast metal jardiniere stand, 27in. (69cm)
Composite garden pot on pedestal 36in. (91cm) £30-50
Composite stone garden bench, finials in the form of Squirrels 18 x 39in. (46 x 99cm) £30-50
Oak and brass-bound garden planter diameter 27” £40-60
Pair of mid 20th century cast iron ‘CIty of London’ rectangular bins decorated with coat of arms 27 x 20 x 20in. (69 x 51 x 51cm) £400-600
Darling hand washing machine on stand £40-60
Three early 20th century cast iron and wooden garden benches each 48” wide £80-120
CARS This section of the sale will not commence before 10.40 am Thursday 27th June 831 815 56
RAC car box with two suitcases enclosed, 1st half of the 20th century 18 x 33 x 17in. (46 x 84 x 43cm) £150-250
2002 Mercedes C270 CDi Elegance Automatic Estate, diesel, silver, Registration HY02 MPX, 1 owner from new. Comes with full service history, local deceased Estate, mileage 92,000 miles, no current tax or MOT. £2,500-4,000 See Illustration.
1999 Volkswagen passat five door hatch back, Registration No V445DJH, blue, one owner, MOT and taxed until end of August 2013, manual, approx mileage 123,500, local vendor, vendor selling due to poor health. £500-800 See Illustration.
2009 Ford Fiesta diesel hatchback Zetec, Registration LC59USN, 5 door hatchback, 1.4 TDCi, Executor Estate, current M.O.T. Low mileage 14,000 miles, 1 owner, two sets of car keys, No official paperwork has been found for this car, a letter is provided to the purchaser to confirm all details from the Bank from whom we have received instruction.M.O.T. expires November 2013 £5,000-6,000 See Illustration.
Volvo C70 20V Convertible 2000, 2 litre petrol engine with automatic transmission, Registration X571ANV, mileage 88642, taxed until 31.10.2013, MOT until 3.11.2013, reverse assist sensor system fitted £800-1,000 See Illustration.
1971 Fiat 500 L manual 2 Door Coupe, red paintwork and cream upholstered interior, JYY 532J, last serviced January 2013, MOT till 02-2014, with original booklet. £7,000-10,000 See Illustration.
Vauxhall Astra Active 5 Door hatchback 2003, petrol, 1600cc, blue, Executor Sale, Registration No KD03 BVU One owner from new, taxed, no current MOT, 16,000 miles approx, two keys £1,500-1,800 See Illustration.
Early 20th century brass Motor Union car badge 7in. (18cm) £40-60
2012(Nov) Vauxhall Meriva SE 1.7 CDT1 Auto, diesel, Registration AK62 BEU Executor sale. Very low mileage, only 3,400 miles four door, taxed, . Six speed automatic, colour, peperdust, black interior, Owner’s manual, warranty booklet, two keys. Original invoice £9,000-10,000 See Illustration.
1986 Mercedes SL300. Silver 2 dr with retractable roof, M.O.T March 2014, Taxed August 2013,120,000 miles. D61 YLT Full service History, Bluetooth and with alarm system, electric windows, together with hard roof. £8,000-10,000 See Illustration.
Volvo V40 Estate, Registration W985SGJ, 2 Litre, 36,500 miles,, beige, taxed June 2013, M.O.T. July 2013, Executor sale Date of first registration 2000, petrol, One owner from new. £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Collection of car badges including Wolseley £30-50
ORIENTAL PORCELAIN AND WORKS OF ART This section of the sale will not commence before 10.50 am Thursday 27th June 843
Four Chinese paintings of figures on rice paper £60-100
Chinese famile verte vase with two cartouches decorated with flowering branches 14in. (36cm) £100-200
Chinese red glazed scent bottle
Chinese Famille verte scent bottle
Chinese Crackle glaze scent bottle
Chinese Glass scent bottle
Chinese Cloisonne scent bottle
Chinese celadon bowl diameter 4”
19th century Japanese plate diameter 9” ` £20-30
20th century Chinese scroll, artist mark for Yun Fang £80-120
20th century Chinese scroll of a women, artist’s mark to back £80-120
20th century Chinese scroll decorated with a landscape £80-120
Chinese scroll decorated with a bird
Chinese silk panel decorated with birds 21 x 16in. (53 x 41cm) £1,000-1,200 See Illustration.
18th/19th century pale celadon jade pendant in the form of a bird amongst foliage 2¼in. (5cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
Chinese silk embroidered hardwood table screen, 19th century, depicting birds amongst flowers and foliage 29 x 22in. (74 x 56cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Two Chinese blue and white vases with a crackled glaze, decorated with landscapes, incised marks to bases, 9.5” and a similar vase decorated with a figure, 9”, (3) £100-200
Canton famille rose tea pot and cover, with two panels of mythical beasts and flowers and foliage, with cast bronze handle, on three feet, 8½in. (20cm) £150-250 See Illustration.
Chinese blue and white bowl and cover decorated with immortals Jin Tang Fa Ji commendation mark. Qing Dynasty. 18” diameter £300-400 See Illustration.
Chinese famille verte oval dish 11in. (28cm) £60-100
Chinese famille verte bowl 7” dia
Chinese blue and white brush holder 11in. (28cm) £60-100
Chinese blue and white deep bowl. 18th century. 7” dia (cover missing) £50-100
Pair of green hardstone libation bowls, 19th century 5in. (13cm) £40-60
Chinese blue and white tea bowl. saucer and finger bowl, four character marks to base £40-60
Pair of Chinese blue and white ginger jars 7”, a pair of Chinese blue and white vases and four other pieces £60-80
Set of ten Chinese blue, white and red octagonal plates 9” dia £100-200
Early 20th century bronze Japanese matchbox holder decorated with images of a dragon, Mount Fuji and cranes` 3in. (8cm) £30-50
Pair of late 19th century Japanese Satsuma vases, 4.5” high £150-250
18th/19th century Chinese blue and white baluster jar and cover, decorated with a continuous lotus scroll, above a band of gadrooning, 30” high on wood stand £1,000-2,000 See Illustration.
Canton famille rose punch bowl decorated with panels of figure and flowers and foliage, 13” diameter, and a similar circular dish and plate, 11.5” and 10”, (3) £150-250
Chinese rosewood nest of four tables the largest 29 x 20 x 14in. (74 x 51 x 36cm) £200-300
Chinese low stool carved with blossom 38 x 17 x 14in. (97 x 43 x 36cm) £100-200
Early 20th century Chinese silk embroidered screen in carved hardwood stand £350-500 See Illustration.
Chinese Northern Song Dynasty 960-1279 shallow Celadon glazed bowl of ribbed form plus three others including a Song shallow bowl, two bowls of flared form, label reading “excavated in Pola or Mindoro” (4) £150-250
17th/18th century Korean Celadon bowl decorated with petals and incised flower head, 18cm and a plain 17th century bowl, 17.5cm zxc these seem to be missing 0.01in. (0cm) £50-80
12th/13th century Chinese Hao bowl with incised decoration of beasts under a pale Celadon glaze, 21 cm later celadon glaze bowl 19.5 cm and a ringed handled vase 17 cm £100-150
Large 19th C Chinese ginger jar blue foliate design , lacking cover 8½in. (20cm) £150-250
Chinese yellow glazed bowl 5” dia
Early 20th century Japanese brass jardiniere 11” dia £40-60
19th century rosewood cabinet on stand, profusely carved with figures and dragons 48 x 49 x 22in. (122 x 124 x 56cm) £500-1,000 See Illustration.
Chinese white metal bowl with multiple panels of embossed foliate decoration, on knopped column and round foot, 5in. (13cm) £100-200 See Illustration.
Chinese white metal box embossed with lions and floral decoration, mark to base, 4½in. (10cm) £20-30
18th/19th century gilt bronze censer with lion mask handles, Xuande six character mark £300-500 See Illustration.
Chinese silver trinket box, embossed with Dragon in waves, c.1880, rosewood lined, makers marks, 2 x 3½ x 3in. (5 x 8 x 8cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
Japanese Satsuma bowl decorated with flowers and a gilt wavy rim, 12.25” diameter £100-150
Chinese Longquan celadon censer standing on three animal mask legs, Ming Dynasty, c.1500, the body incised with a flower and leaf scroll £300-500
19th century Japanese ivory netsuke of two figures, one holding a lantern £30-50
19th Century Japanese ivory MANJU netsuke of rectangular form, depicting three travellers in a bowl shaped ferryboat on rough water whilst a mythical figure watches their progress, signed IKKO £300-500 See Illustration.
19th century Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as a building within a forest, signed, 1¼in. (3cm) £60-100
19th century Japanese ivory netsuke of a scholar seated at a low table £40-60
Chinese jewellery box 4 x 9in. (10 x 23cm) £30-50
Chinese silk robe , with extensive embroidery worked in silk stitch depicting dragons with flaming pearls , storks and bats another dragon panel and border of brocaded gilt fabric , offset fastening with heavy gilt metal buttons, 60 cm , two matching skirts 50 and 65 cm (with band ) . First quarter 20th C. £300-500 See Illustration.
19th century Chinese jar and cover, blue glaze decorated and gilt (heavily restored) 27in. (69cm) £100-200
19th century Cantonese oval dish and stand, with pierced borders, various cartouches decorated with figures 10in. (25cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
Indian watercolour miniatures on Ivory depicting the Taj Mahal, architectural Indian views, and four Indian portraits including views of the Taj Mahal, the four portraits probably Shah Jahan, Mumtaz Mahal and two of their daughters, all mounted in gilt frame. £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Chinese blue silk summer coat, late 19th to early 20th c embroidered in silk stitch , with a dragon , hoof sleeves , gilt metal buttons lined with blue figured silk 36in. (91cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
Pair of Chinese blue ground vases with gilt decoration and painted with panels of figures (damaged) £100-200
Pair of Meiji period Shibiyama tusk vases lacquer decoration of birds and insects amongst foliage , on stepped circular wooden stands 6.20in. (16cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
Ivory necklace and earrings in fitted case £30-50
Early 20th century Japanese silver box decorated with Chrysanthemums import mark stamped 925 7in. (18cm) £100-200
18th/19th century Chinese painting on silk depicting a man carrying a bundle £40-60
Chinese hardwood round tilt top table with mother of pearl inlaid decoration on dragon carved tripod base. The top depicting a central Shou symbol surrounded by eight auspicious sealmarks amidst dragons, phoenix, insects, flora and fauna. Diameter 34”. 28½ x 34in. (71 x 86cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Japanese lacquered panel with bone inlay of figures £50-80
Two Chinese blue and white cylindrical vases, 12” and 14” £50-100
Six Indian Ivory figural tableau and several smaller ivory pieces including a needle case £100-200
Chinese famille verte jar and cover decorated with figures and a dragon, 9” high £40-60
Chinese white metal bowl decorated with dragons, 5.5” dia. £80-120
Chinese Porcelain vase with frilly edge top, character mark to base £150-250
Chinese silver and mother of pearl comport the legs as sprouting bamboo,, central mount in the form of a butterfly 9 x 25 cm £50-80
Pair of Chinese ovoid jars decorated with figures, 9” £100-200
Wood painted model of a Chinese junk with sails 32in. (81cm) £50-80
A pair of Early 18th Century Chinese Famille Verte Guglets, each decorated with maidens on a terrace watching a small boy at play. 8in. (20cm) £1,000-2,000 See Illustration.
Shogo Okamoto, signed and dated ‘76, mezzotint, trees in landscape 18 x 13½in. (46 x 33cm) £60-80
Shizuo Nishizawa, folio of twenty wood block prints, complete with artist message introduction £80-120
Pair of Chinese famile verte vases decorated with birds, each 11” high £80-120
Chinese porcelain panel with a stained wood frame, decorated with male and female figures 25 x 17in. (64 x 43cm) £120-180
Chinese silver cruet set in the form of a rickshaw with baskets on the back £150-250
19th century Chinese red and white bone carved painted chess set , King 4” high £300-500 See Illustration.
Chinese porcelain blue and white tea bowl with gilt rim £30-50
Early 20th Century Indian arch top hardwood four fold screen panelled design with formal leaf carving 62½ x 74in. (157 x 188cm) £150-250
Chinese brass vase
Chinese silk embroidered sleeve with floral decoration 24 x 9in. (61 x 23cm) £50-80
Pair of Chinese cloisonne jars with covers, floral decorated 6in. (15cm) £100-150
Pair of Japanese blue and white vases, entwined with dragons to bases, reticulated lattice decorated covers and sides 8in. (20cm) £300-500
Oriental bronze vase with ring neck handles, with Gothic decoration 12in. (30cm) £50-80
Two Chinese works on silk, landscape scenes, each 10” x 12” £40-60
A portfolio of Chinese prints, 20th century, each 17” x 12” £25-30
Chinese Longquan Celadon saucer dish incized with flowers and foliage, 14th/15th century, 5” diameter £160-180
Pair of Japanese, Edo period, bronze vases, with four shaped cartouches decorated with birds in foliage, raised on four feet, diameter 15” £600-1,000 See Illustration.
Early 20th century Islamic panel decorated with blue and red cloth, 50” x 44” £100-200
Chinese lacquered vase stand highlighted in gilt 21 x 16 x 16in. (53 x 41 x 41cm) £80-120
Late 19th/early 20th century Chinese carved ivory red and white chess set, kings 3.5” high, in fitted case £100-200
Nest of four Chinese hardwood tables carved with dragons and scrolls, 26 x 20 x 14in. (66 x 51 x 36cm) £100-150
Pair of Chinese hardwood open drum shaped stools with carved decoration, 18in. (46cm) £80-120
After Sesshu Toyo, 20th century printed copy of the scroll ‘Landscapes of the Four Seasons’, in card box, 4” x 167”, and a Japanese black lacquered box decorated with a bird and flowers in gilt and colours, box 11” long £60-100
Antique indian carved stone statue of Shiva on a modern marble base PROVENANCE; Taken to the Victoria and Albert Museum by the vendor some years ago, and they thought it was probably 16th century. The carving was purchased as 16th century by the vendor in 1957 21in. (53cm) £500-1,000 See Illustration.
Chinese scroll painting, framed, landscape scene, 47 x 13in. (119 x 33cm) £40-60
Pair of Shibayama style lacquered whist markers, the ivory tabs inlaid with birds and insects in hardstone and mother-of-pearl, 3½in. (8cm) £80-120
Late 19th/early 20th century blue and white Chinese tea pot and cover in fitted wicker case, a small porcelain bowl with lobed borders and scrolling foliage decoration, 4” diameter, 8in. (20cm) £120-180
Pair of modern carved wood and painted Chinese dogs on rectangular bases 16in. (41cm) £50-80
Pair of 20th century Japanese prints signed in pencil 15 x 12in. (38 x 30cm) £50-100
Sakamoto Japanese print of two cottages signed in pencil 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £40-60
Chinese blue and white round box and cover decorated with figures. Six character mark to base Diameter 7 inches £200-300
Chinese famille rose bowl decorated with flowers Diameter 7 inches £60-80
Chinese blue and white tea bowl decorated with a dragon. Six character mark to base 3½in. (8cm) £40-60
Pair of Contemporary Chinese porcelain vases, decorated with birds amongst foliage 16in. (41cm) £200-400
Chinese contemporary porcelain charger, decorated with geisha figures in conversation in garden setting, 13” dia £40-60
Pair of Chinese carved seals ( bases Plain) with finials in the form of birds holding flowers in their beaks 8 x 3½ x 3½in. (20 x 8 x 8cm) £100-200
19th century Chinese famile verte ginger jar and cover decorated with figures in landscape setting 7” £100-200
Japanese Imari Bowl diameter 10”
19th century Japanese Imari dish, diameter 18” £50-100
18th century Chinese blue and white oval bowl 13 x 10in. (33 x 25cm) £50-100
18th century Chinese blue and white oval bowl with shaped edge 12 x 9in. (30 x 23cm) £50-80
Chinese peacock feather and painted fan 13” and another 10” £30-50
19th century Japanese brass stork hunting a frog, 8” high £60-80
Indian Sterling silver cocktail shaker decorated with elephants and figures in a landscape setting, 20oz, 9in. (23cm) £200-400 See Illustration. Indian sterling silver cocktail shaker decorated with elephants, figures, in landscape setting, 20oz 9in. (23cm) £200-400 See Illustration. Indian silver three piece tea service, decorated with elephants and figures in a landscape setting, 45oz The handles with elephant head and trunk decoration and elephant finials, 7” high £400-600 See Illustration.
Pair of Indian sterling silver mugs, decorated with elephants and figures in a landscape setting, on a circular pedestal foot, 23oz 5½in. (13cm) £200-300
Two Indian sterling silver mugs decorated with elephant and huntsman in landscape setting together with a matching jug, 13oz, one mug stamped on base ‘Compliments of T.Lall & Co(P) Ltd, Calcutta’,. 3” high £100-150
Pair of Chinese blue and white vases, decorated with dragons 8in. (20cm) £40-60
Pair of Japanese figural candlesticks in the form of monkeys 8in. (20cm) £40-60
Chinese porcelain vase decorated with a garden scene 12in. (30cm) £100-200
An early 20th century Chinese rosewood table screen carved with fruiting branches 30 x 19½ x 150in. (76 x 48 x 381cm) £150-250
Early 20th century Chinese silk sleeve panel , depicting figures and animals within a landscape, in silk and gilt metal, ribbon and embroidered border 25 x 12½in. (64 x 30cm) £80-120
Japanese print of a man chasing his hat 10 x 15in. (25 x 38cm) £30-50
CLOCKS AND INSTRUMENTS This section of the sale will not commence before 12.05 pm Thursday 27th June 971
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) £800-1,200 See Illustration.
French Boulle mantel clock, with gilt metal mounts, enamelled dial and roman numerals 14 x 7in. (36 x 18cm) £80-120
George III mahogany longcase clock, the hood with spiral turned columns and swan neck pediment, by Dan Brown Glasgow, engraved brass dial with second hand and date dials 94in. (239cm) £400-600
19th Century brass three draw pocket telescope inscribed W. Hawks Grice, Bond Street, London, extended 12cm £120-180
French boulle mantel clock, the white enamelled dial with twin train movement, Roman and Arabic numerals, and scrolling foliate gilt metal mounts, 15in. (38cm) £100-200
Late 18th/ early 19th century stained mahogany cased bracket clock with double fusee movement, the silvered dial with Roman numerals, striking on gongs, 13½in. (33cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration.
Brass and four glass repeating carriage clock with lever movement, movement signed and numbered Matthew Norman, London, 1751A, 7” high £800-1,200 See Illustration.
Bronzed brass pocket sextant with adjustable sight and hinged magnifier, stamped Miramon Lisboa, with leather case, 7.6cm dia £100-150
Barograph in oak case by Wheeler of London 20 x 37 x 22.5 cm £200-400
18th Century carved oak longcase clock with brass dial eight day movement , twin train , striking on a chime , secondary dial and plaque , Tempus Fugit. 92in. (234cm) £300-500
Collection of 50 Eddison Amberol minute Music cylinderrs C1900 to include Harry Lauder £40-60
Early 20th Century leather cased telescope by Kelvin & Hughes (Marine) Ltd, numbered 0419/107, 18” high £40-60
Early 18th century walnut eight day longcase clock by Jon Wychas of Westminster, brass dial with subsidiary second dial and date aperture, striking on a bell. Note: The case has been repolished 86 x 18in. (218 x 46cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
19th century rosewood and brass inlaid bracket clock with double fusee movement by Reeves Cornhill - London, with later bracket 20in. (51cm) £1,200-1,800 See Illustration.
Late Regency gilt bronze cylinder clock by Grimalde & Johnson Strand London On polish slate plinth , with garland of fruit mount , eight day movement 8½in. (20cm) £200-400
Vienna style regulator wall clock with twin train movement, 38” £60-100
20th century Black Forest cuckoo clock, with carved oak leaf decorated 16in. (41cm) £50-80
French brass carriage clock with Sevres style porcelain panels depicting birds, painted face. 3” h 3in. (8cm) £100-200 See Illustration.
19th century mahogany banjo style barometer with four dials by B. Ferrari of Wisbeach 38½in. (97cm) £150-250
1930’s barograph in mahogany case 7 x 12 x 6in. (18 x 30 x 15cm) £200-300
Early 20th century gun metal mantel clock by Beth Thomas 9in. (23cm) £50-100 991
French Empire gun metal and ormolu eight day mantel clock by Gregoire, Rue St Martin, Paris, silvered dial with Roman numerals 13in. (33cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. Brass carriage clock with enamelled dial, Roman numerals, bevelled glass sides 5in. (13cm) £70-100
20th century silver plated standard lamp in neo classical style 62in. (157cm) £100-200
American table lamp by Royal Art Glass Co with opaque glass shade on art nouveau style base 24in. (61cm) £300-500
Collection of mainly modern Great Britain and the Islands in numerous albums and packets with many mint sets, presentation packs and first day covers, also including other Countries. £80-120
A Rosewood writing slope with mother of pearl inlay £40-60
Middle Eastern terracotta oil lamp
19th century rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid sewing box/writing slope with hinged cover, revealing compartments, over two doors enclosing drawers and writing slope, on bun feet. 13 x 12 x 8in. (33 x 30 x 20cm) £250-350
Early 20th century novelty nutcracker in the form of a sailor £30-50
Late 19th/early 20th century stained glass panel with figures in Medieval dress in an orchard, 33” x 20” £80-120
A large glass dome with base, 30” high £60-80
Zebra skin rug, 117” long
19th century mahogany serpentine tea caddy, interior with three brass compartments 7 x 8 x 5in. (18 x 20 x 13cm) £100-200
19th century mahogany serpentine slope front knife box, interior altered converted to stationary 14in. (36cm) £100-200
19th Century European framed ivory carving “Bacchus Feast”, heavily carved in relief with figures 5 x 13in. (13 x 33cm) £2,000-4,000 See Illustration.
Pair of Chadburn & Son hand painted opera glasses (in case) £250-350 See Illustration.
19th century rosewood eight air music box, 20” wide £150-250
OBJECTS OF ART AND METALWARES This section of the sale will not commence before 12.20 pm Thursday 27th June 995
19th century carved fruit wood framed mirror with cherub finial 19 x 13in. (48 x 33cm) £50-100
19th century coromandel and brass bound decanter box (lacking decanters). 11 x 10 x 10in. (28 x 25 x 25cm) £50-100 1009
19th century Russian icon on wooden panel, 17” x 14” £200-300 See Illustration.
19th century Russian icon on wooden panel, 13.5” x 12” £200-300 See Illustration.
19th century stump work picture depicting Jesus and the Samartian lady at the well, rosewood frame 17 x 20in. (43 x 51cm) £200-400
Opticians scope, a collection of spectacle screws and a scientific rule £30-50
Collection of horn rimmed vintage spectacles £50-80
Collection of eight horn and yellow metal rimmed spectacles £100-200
Pair of 19th century yellow metal and horn folding spectacles £40-60
Opticians lens set in oak box
Archery set to include Apollo tubular steel “Clubman” arrows and others, Petron bow sight and D.G Quick bow and accessories in case £100-200
19th century Russian icon on wooden panel, 17” x 14” £200-300 See Illustration.
18th/19 century Russian icon, Moscow School Virgin joy of all who grieve holding the Christ Child on one arm and a sceptre with her right and is surrounded by angels, saints and the sick and lame, the New Testament Trinity in the clouds above, Mark Gallery Fine Art label verso. £300-500 See Illustration. 18th/19th century Russian Icon, Moscow School, The appearance of the Virgin and the apostles Peter and John to Sergius of Radonezh and his disciple Nikon in an architectural setting with the Old Testament Trinity above, Mark Gallery Fine Art label verso. £300-500 See Illustration.
Walking cane with carved Ivory dacshund handle and another Ivory handled walking stick £120-150
19th Century tapestry panel, Medieval scene with figures and animals, 24.5” x 21” £100-200
19th century tapestry picture, a sailor’s farewell, figures by a cottage door, a boat in the background, 22.5” x 22.5” £100-150
19th century tapestry picture, exotic birds on a branch with foliage, 26.5” x 31” £100-200
Collection of canes and an early golf club £60-80
Two Acme Thunderer whistles in metal and plastic, two Metropolitan whistles, another whistle, two pairs of glasses and a pocket compass £30-50
Pair of bronze figures of cherubs playing musical instruments, 13” £150-250
Cut glass chandelier with Figural mounts 26in. (66cm) £50-100
Collection of signed items from Queen Amelia of Portugal and her ladies in waiting from 1935, letter of thanks Rao Raja Abhey Singh of Jodphur from 1937 and other related items £40-60
19th/20th century brass ink stand and two matching brass candlesticks £150-250
Carved wooden figure of Pan seated on a tree stump, 22” £300-500 See Illustration.
Gold topped engraved bamboo walking stick £80-120
Victorian silver collared mahogany tapered walking stick £70-100
Victorian ebonised silver topped walking stick £50-80
Canvas picnic hamper with silver plated accessories, first half of 20th century £80-120
Continental copper vase and cover with handle, 16” h £50-80
After Frederick Remington, Wounded bunkie bronze group on polished slate base 21in. (53cm) £500-800
Tiffany style dragonfly colour glass ceiling light £50-80
Pair of contemporary bronze cherubs, one holding a drum, the other a tambourine, on marble bases 12in. (30cm) £150-250
Early 20th century tunbridgeware cribbage board 7in. (18cm) £30-50
International Society of Postmasters Official Commonwealth Issues in album, together with other stamps £30-50
Mounted stag’s head on plaque reading ‘Ivanc, 1928’, width 26” £150-250
Victorian walking stick with silver top and collar, and two others similar £40-60
Pair of early 20th century mounted Gemsbok horns, length 42” £150-250
Mont Blanc Meisterstuck ‘Hommage a Frederic Chopin’ fountain pen in fitted case with CD £120-180
Pair of Italian alabaster carved horse head book ends on marble bases, 6½in. (15cm) £50-80
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950), Irish Playwright, a signed book dustjacket ‘The Standard Edition’, inscribed ‘Dedicated to a wonderful Annie, The end shall be the beginning’, G. Bernard Shaw £50-80
Early 20th century tortoiseshell dressing table set, comprising three brushes, comb, pin dish and button hook £100-150
Chas. Farlow 16ft fishing rod and reel
George III turned oak wig stand
George III decagonal form ivory tea caddy with tortoiseshell and mother of pearl inlay . 4 x 4½in. (10 x 10cm) £200-400 See Illustration.
Indian ivory and mahogany mosaic box, 11” £100-200
Doris Lindner, study of a horse, signed verso, on marble base 6in. (15cm) £40-60
A collection of Halcyon Days Enamels in boxes Christmas 1980-82, 1984-89, 1990 & 92 and another (12) and five modern Bilston and Battersea style enamelled boxes £150-250
Inuit style green stone carving, 18” high £50-100
19th century mother-of-pearl card case with engraved floral and scrolling decoration 4 x 3in. (10 x 8cm) £60-100
1920’s ivory dressing set comprising four brushes and a comb in fitted leather case £80-120
19th century rosewood and marquetry inlaid oval tray with brass gallery and handles, with later display stand 28in. (71cm) £200-300
Middle Eastern steel bladed dagger, with brass and hardstone sheath, 14” long £50-80
19th century rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid sewing box, with contents 6 x 12 x 9in. (15 x 30 x 23cm) £80-120
20th century Staunton style chess set king 3” high £60-100
19th century walnut brass bound and porcelain inlaid letter box, five porcelain cartouches painted with female portraits brass carrying handles 5 x 10 x 5in. (13 x 25 x 13cm) £200-300
Pamela Du Bouly bronze of a horse on rectangular base signed and marked 8 : 10 11in. (28cm) £100-200
19th century bronze of a horse 8in. (20cm) £80-120
Bronze group of a horse and an eagle 9in. (23cm) £80-120
Early 20th century oak three bottle tantalus, width 13” £80-120
Victorian leather fully fitted stationary box with carrying handles and brass Chubb lock Marked for Mr Rutton Jee, 22 St Mary Axe, London 8in. (20cm) £100-150
Pair of brass candlesticks depicting Cornish pixies, brass tobacco box, toasting fork and shallow bowl £30-50
20th century painted metal coronet, for a single bed 38in. (97cm) £30-50
19th century copper cauldron with cast iron handle, diameter 19” £80-120
Early 20th century brass binocular microscope by Henry Crouch of London, No. 4692 21in. (53cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
Collection of First Day Covers, PHQ cards and stamps on envelopes £40-60
A pair of French two branch gilt bronze candelabra, with glass fruit C 1920 10½ x 9½in. (25 x 23cm) £200-300
MINIATURE PORTRAITS This section of the sale will not commence before 1.10 pm Thursday 27th June 1077
19th century oval portrait miniature depicting a young man painted on ivory mounted on paper, the border with plaited hair , within a brass frame, the reverse with arrangement of hair and seed pearls on foil backed opaline glass. 10 x 8.6 cm £100-150 See Illustration.
Pair of 19th century portrait miniatures on ivory of husband and wife, each 3” x 2” £80-120
19th century portrait miniature of a young man, 2” x 1.5” £40-60
Shamisen instrument with three strings cased with bow £30-50
A Stentor student Violin, cased with three bows £30-50
Five cased Hohner Melodicas and two Autoharps
Two Crumhorns, one by Gunter Korber, one double key and one single key £50-80
Practice Keyboard by Jevons, cased 59cm £40-60
Bessons & Co pocket trumpet, Bakelite linesmans horn stamped ACME BR and two other horns £50-80
A Pietro Piano Accordian, cased
Collection of Harmonicas, Glockenspiels and a Childs Zither £40-60
Hawkes & Son ebony clarinet in original case £70-100
Howarth & Co rosewood Oboe in fitted case, total length of 24” £40-60
Italian mandolin eight string in case 24in. (61cm) £40-60
19th century portrait miniature of a man 2” x 1.5” £40-60
19th century portrait miniature of a man in a brown coat, 2” x 1.75” and a brown leather folding photograph frame £30-50
19th century oval portrait miniature of a lady wearing a bonnet £150
19th century wax silhouette in yellow metal oval mount £200-300
Pair of contemporary continental painted portraits of men, on bone, signature indistinct 4 x 2in. (10 x 5cm) £50-80
19th century miniature of a young woman, in leather frame 2½ x 2in. (5 x 5cm) £30-50
19th century portrait miniature of a young woman in a carved giltwood rococo frame 7 x 5 x 5in. (18 x 13 x 13cm) £40-60 P Bone - oval potrait of a women, on bone, signed 6 x 4in. (15 x 10cm) £80-120
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS This section of the sale will not commence before 1.20 pm Thursday 27th June 1088
D’almaine - London, baby grand piano £250-400
A Baritone Horn brass musical instrument by Lafleur £30-50
Mandolin by Romano & Castellone Napoli model 406, 1901 £40-60
ESTATE OF DAVID ATKINSON MP This section of the sale will not commence before 1.30 pm Thursday 27th June Lots 1102 – 1143 Formerly the property of David Atkinson MP (1940-2012) who was for 28 years (1977-2005) the Conservative MP for Bournemouth East. He was known particularly for his involvement with Christian dissidents in the Soviet Union. A loyal conservative MP when Euro-sceptics tried to defeat John Major in 1993 over the Maastricht treaty, Atkinson came from his hospital bed to vote, still in his dressing gown! Sent in for sale by the family. 1102
Russian icon painted on wood, 10.5”x8.5”, two silver on copper icons, each approx. 4”x3”, and one other framed (4) £300-500
Oil on canvas of a pastoral scene with a lake in the background, in a burr wood frame, unsigned. 8¾ x 11in. (20 x 28cm) £100-150
18th / 19th century oil on canvas portrait of a lawyer, unsigned, framed. 18½ x 15½in. (46 x 38cm) £200-400 See Illustration.
18th / 19th century oil on canvas reclining nude male figure with cupid hovering above unsigned 21 x 17in. (53 x 43cm) £400-600
E Parr landscape watercolour signed 5” by 6”, oil on board of a fishing scene 7” by 5” and a print 4” by 9” £60-100
Collection of Guy Hodder political watercolours, one of Margaret Thatcher signed the largest 13” by 8” (7) £80-120
Full length portrait of Queen Victoria, unsigned, oil on canvas, Inscription verso “given by the Fanmakers company” 49 x 30in. (124 x 76cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
Quantity of spoons, reproduction gun, two carved oak plate stands, various plates and a brass student’s lamp £20-30
Interesting collection of 25 pieces of Russian engraved glass depicting the Double Eagle crest, and two Envoy cards £150-250
Collection of 13 political Russian matryoshka dolls to include Gorbachev, and Yeltsin the largest 9” £200-300
Royal Doulton figure of Winston Churchill in a white suit HN 3057 11in. (28cm) £70-100
Royal Doulton Churchill jug 4”and six other items of Churchill memorabilia £40-60
Terracotta bust of Churchill 8”, cigarette lighter, two other pieces and two plates £30-50
19th century Bronze plaque of Wellington diameter 3” and a portrait miniature of Napoleon signed Hil 3” by 2” £80-120
19th century Parian bust Benjamin Disraeli 11” and a 19th century plate decorated with a portrait of Benjamin Disraeli 10” £80-120
Finial from the houses of Parliament when bombed in 1941, on stone stand with plaque 20” and other related items to include etching, paperwork and carved column £100-150
Early 20th century print of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster 16 x 37in. (41 x 94cm) £40-60
Menu for the Speaker’s Dinner in honour of a Parliamentary Delegation from the Soviet Union18th December 198? Signed Gorbachev also signed by Bernard Weatherill, David Steel, James Callaghan and Harold Wilson, David Atkinson and others, framed and glazed £150-250
Pair of Edward VII silver candlesticks, London 1902 (filled). 8in. (20cm) £200-300
19th century Russian brass bound bound Religious text the cover set with five oval porcelain cartouches decorated with saints 4 x 3in. (10 x 8cm) £100-150
19th century carved hardwood Chinese jardiniere stand with marble top £100-150
George V silver lamp base London 1928 (filled) 6” and a white metal fruit knife £50-80
17th century style , portrait of a Cardinal, oil, unsigned 38 x 23in. (97 x 58cm) £200-300
Margaret Thatcher ‘ The Downing Street Years’ signed copy , John Major Autobiography Signed copy and The Speaker by George Thomas signed (3) £30-50
Wedgwood Chinese Legend teaset decorated in blue coffee pot , tea pot cream jug sugar bowl and six cups and saucers £20-30
Collection of modern political collector’s jugs by Barlston each 4” high £60-100
Quantity of 20th century Russian china, bronzes, mugs etc. £30-50
Collection of ten various Spy prints of politicians, framed and glazed, 14” x 10” £80-120
Collection of ten various Spy prints of politicians, framed and glazed, 14” by 10” £80-120
Collection of ten various Spy prints of politicians, framed and glazed, 14” x 10” £80-120
Collection of ten various Spy prints of politicians, framed and glazed, 14 x 10”
Collection of various pottery, horse brasses, House of Westminster clock, Isnick pottery, etc. £30-50
Two 20th century busts of Queen Victoria and various political items, glass, etc. £30-50
Three Royal Doulton jugs: Mountbatten, D 6851 Montgomery D6850 and Churchill D 6849 , and three dragon ornaments £20-30
House of Commons cut glass decanter and a bottle of Kopke port presented to David Atkinson “ in recognition of your work as Chairman and /President 1979-1996 from Christian Solidarity International” £20-30
Quantity of political items including a Balfour dinner menu, Gibson jug, ceramic figures incl Hitler, etc. £20-30
Quantity of loose 19th century and later political prints £20-30
Signed letter from PM Margaret Thatcher to David Atkinson MP explaining her decision to stand down. Dated 22 November 1990. Framed (16.5”x13”). £50-80
ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL POTTERY AND PORCELAIN This section of the sale commences at 1.50 pm Thursday 27th June 1144
Early 19th century Staffordshire tea service in the Imari palette comprising, teapot, sucrier, basin, cream jug, two 9” plates, one oval plate, eleven saucers, ten teacups and eight coffee cans £100-200 See Illustration.
Collection of ten various Spy prints, framed and glazed, of politicians and famous people of the period, 14” x 10” £80-120
Collection of ten various Spy prints, framed and glazed, of politicians and famous people of the period £80-120
Four various Spy and politicians in Westminster prints, framed and glazed 15 x 21in. (38 x 53cm) £40-60
Four Westminster prints, framed and glazed, and other prints (11) the largest 11” by 9 £40-60
19th century Delft plate decorated with a, landscape scene 10” dia £40-60
19th century Staffordshire campana shape vase in the Imari palette 7” and another similar 6” £60-80
Pair of Royal Worcester blush ivory ewers, decorated with flowers, 10.5” high £250-350 See Illustration.
Set of four Doulton Lambeth stoneware square shaped spirit flasks, with blue, green and brown styalized and foliate decoration, stamped on base ‘G.W. Scott & Sons’ in wicker basket, each 8in. (20cm) £150-200
Antique Etruscan style bronze dish engraved with styalised motifs and script, 9.25” dia 9.25” dia £200-300
Antique probably “Greek” terracotta bowl with incised decoration (repaired) 9.5” dia £100-200
Antique Eastern Mediterranean volcanic clay coloured amphora 5in. (13cm) £80-120
Small brown amphora, probably Eastern Meditteranean 5½in. (13cm) £50-80
Antique Eastern Mediterranean terracotta amphora/jug 7½in. (18cm) £100-200
Four Antique Eastern Mediterranean terracotta oil lamps, each imprinted with individual motifs 3¾in. (8cm) £80-120
19th century Samson porcelain famille rose part service comprising: Punchbowl dia 15” 13 x octagonal plates dia 13” pair of bowls 10” £400-600 See Illustration.
Royal Worcester urn shaped vase with hand painted panel depicting fruit, signed Hawkins, on a blue ground with gilt twin handles, 5in. (13cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
19th century Majolica jardiniere and stand by George Jones decorated with birds and insects above a lily pad monogram mark to base A similar jardiniere without the stand was sold by Christies New York 7- 8 February 2006 14in. (36cm) £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.
Royal Worcester ‘Prince’s Grace and Foal’, modelled by Doris Lindner, signed and dated 1970, No.499, on wood base £100-200
Five 19th century Dresden figures
Extensive Mintons Versailles pattern dinner and tea service £200-300
19th century Royal Worcester floral decorated vase, marked for 1873 9in. (23cm) £70-100
Staffordshire figural group of a lion and tiger amongst foliage, 8” high £100-200
Staffordshire flatback ‘Ada Menchen in Mazedda’ a woman bound to a horse, 5”
A Coalport porcelain twin handled vase and cover with circular scene ‘Sandringham The Seat of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales’ 11in. (28cm) £150-250
A Coalport porcelain three handled vase, blue and gilt decoration and a landscape panel 7in. (18cm) £80-120
Grafton art deco tea set hydrangea pattern Cream jug sugar bowl cake plate and six plates five cups and saucers £30-50
Pair of Worcester porcelain vases depicting birds on catkin branches and a Royal Winton Grimwades floral decorated water jug. £70-100
Royal Doulton ‘The Cobbler - HN1283’ 9in. (23cm) £250-350 See Illustration.
Royal Doulton English Renaissance dinner service £200-400
Royal Worcester model ‘Galloping Ponies’ Modelled by Doris Lindner limited edition of 500 number 204, 6.5” high £700-900 See Illustration.
Royal Worcester figure Charlotte and Jane limited edition of 500 number 384, 6” high £60-100
Royal Worcester figure Felicity limited edition number 715, 6” high £60-100
Coalport vase and cover decorated with Lincoln Cathedral in presentation case,10” high £100-200
Minton Majolica jardiniere with lion mask handles and paw feet coloured in aquamarine against a deep blue ground, impressed mark and year cipher for 1885, 35.5cm high £180-220
German stoneware twin handled punch bowl and cover, c1910, with applied decoration and script, 37cm high £50-80
Staffordshire pottery Flat back figure, King Edward VII, highlighted in gilt, 14” h Together with four other Staffordshire flat backs to include “sailor” and “huntsman” 14in. (36cm) £80-120
GLASS This section of the sale commences at 2.10 pm Thursday 27th June 1177
Pair of Victorian green glass table lustres, with painted cartouches and gilt decoration 12in. (30cm) £150-250 See Illustration.
19th century German cased glass vase, central panel decorated with children, highlighted in gilt, 13” high £300-500 See Illustration.
Pair of Baccaret style clear glass lamp bases £30-50
Bohemian/Russian glass chalice with filigree gilt metal overlay £80-120
Pair of late 19th/early 20th century clear glass table lustres, height 11” £80-120
Pair of Baccarat cut glass two branch candelabra with drops 18in. (46cm) £150-250
19th century German glass jar and cover, decorated with figures 10in. (25cm) £50-100
Cut glass biscuit barrel with silver plated swing handle, mount and cover £30-50
Suite of Kenmare Waterford glass, comprising eight hock glasses five champagne glasses, six tumblers, five sherry, (24) £200-400
TOYS AND GAMES This section of the sale commences at 2.20 pm Thursday 27th June 1186
Collection of trains to include six locomotives Wrenn etc £400-600
Large collection of lead soldiers farm animals and other figures and cars all unboxed £100-200
FROG single seat fighter Mark V model airplane in original box £40-60
1930s Marklin racing car set 13301 with track, transformer and bridge £400-600 See Illustration.
Chad Valley plush hair teddy bear with glass button eyes £50-80
Quantity of Dinky Toys including planes some boxed £120-180
The Tri-Ang Gyro Cycle in original box 8in. (20cm) £70-100
Airfix and Palitoy train locomotives and carriages and train accessories to include buildings also Mainline Railways Class Collett locomotive G.W.R. Green and Airfix Prairie Tank locomotive 2-6-2 G.W.R. Green livery, boxed £150-250
A French bisque head doll, late 19th century, wearing christening gown £100-150
1920’s Turkish cloth doll with original clothes and bedding and accompanying hand written letter £50-80
Bayko light construction set, in original box £30-50
19th century Staunton style chess set king 3” high in rosewood box £100-200
Set of miniature dominoes in a mahogany box 2 x 4in. (5 x 10cm) £30-50
Basset Lowke ‘Princess Elizabeth’ clockwork Loco plus tender, breakvan and track £120-180
Taylor Hemmens 0.75” scale coal fired model of an Allchin traction engine with red and yellow livery, 11 x 16in. (28 x 41cm) £250-350
MEDALS AND MILITARIA This section of the sale will not commence before 2.30 pm Thursday 27th June 1201
A set of World War I and II medals (6) and miniatures (6). Including a World War I British War Medal inscribed G-111 62 A.W.C.CL.2.T.F.KELT.THE QUEEN’S R; a WWI Victory Medal (1914-1919) inscribed G-111 62 A.W.O.CL.2 T.F.KELT. THE QUEEN’S R, the 1939 - 1945 Star Medal, Efficiency Medal inscribed 7658227 S.SJT.T.F.KELT.R.A.P.D., a WWII Defence Medal (1939-1945), a 1939-1945 War Medal. £150-200
An undated Victorian Egypt Medal inscribed PTE F KELT 1/S9 STAFFS R, and an Egypt 1884-86 Khedive Star campaign medal. £120-150
Three medals. A Prisoners of War “Welcome Home” medal for the Queen’s Regiment, dated 1918. An Edward VII Long Service and good conduct medal, inscribed 8071 GR SERJT.F.J.KELT RL.FUS. A George VI Efficient Service Medal, inscribed 1448547.PTE.T.W.KELT. WILTS. £60-100
George VI silver and enamelled compact bearing the crest of the Prince Consorts Own (Rifle Brigade), by J. W. Benson Ltd., Birmingham, 1940 £80-120
Various military items. Five World War One medals to include two George V British War Medals inscribed 3051 RTE.F.J.SANDERS. 2-LOND.R and T4-042646 DVR.H.G.TOWNSEND. A.S.C. A 1919 medal To Commemorate Peace (numbered RD667085). A WWI Victory Medal T4-042646 DVR.H.G.TOWNSEND.A.S.C. A 1914–15 Star Medal inscribed on reverse T4-042646. DVR.H.G.TOWNSEND.A.S.C. A silver medallion. Various military stripes, buttons, badges and cap feathers. £50-80
Collection of approximately 150 original issue “staybright” military cap badges. Most issued by Gaunt, Smith and Wright. To include 8 larger badges and three copies of ‘Visor’ newspaper ‘Service News For Northern Ireland’ dated 1976. £600-700
Collection of over 300 military bullion wire badges, patches, pips and insignia. Stripes of rank and a set of dog tags. Naval, Tanks and Parachute regiment among the units included. £700-900
Collection of 21 sets of military cap badges and insignia. Includes Royal Irish Rifles, Black Watch, and Queen’s regiments. £200-300
Collection of 18 sets of military cap badges and insignia. Regiments include 4/7 Dragoons, Royal tanks and RAMC. To include a World War II German Iron Cross 1939. £300-400
A collection of 21 set of military insignia and cap badges. Includes some WWI / WWII brass titles. Intelligence Corps, Royal Anglian and Royal Engineers amongst others. £150-250
Collection of 18 sets of military cap badges and insignia. Includes North Irish Horse, Coldstream Guards and others. £150-250
Three sets of Military cap badges insignia and a further 72 cap badges. Mostly Kings Crown WWI / WWII and two WWII economy badges £300-500
Collection of 17 sets of mostly “Staybright” military badges, insignia and titles. Mounted on wooden plinths in a small luggage bag £40-60
Various military badges, insignia and buttons including Gaunt & Firmin buttons. £30-50
Two sets of various military shoulder titles, dog collars in brass. Mostly WWI / WWII. £30-50
A large collection of signed menus, cards and photos (20) and other aviation material. Signed by members of the RAF and US airforce Including signed pictures of US Astronaut Thomas P.Stafford. A commemorative Marshall Islands five dollar coin signed by members of the RAF. Signatures include Major General Philip J. Conley, Wing Commander Geoffrey Page, Richard Branson. A collection of Aviation magazines and Service of Dedication booklets. Thirty three mid to late 20th century postcards and a topographical map of the South East of England. PROVENANCE: Air Vice Marshall Bird-Wilson (1919-2000) who was known as “Birdy” was a spitfire pilot in WW2 and a member of the “Guinea pig club”. This lot is sent in for sale by one of his descendants. £120-180
Mixed lot of aviation ephemera including two bags of dress buttons, Bausch and Lomb aviator sunglasses, opera glasses RAF wallet, aircraft paper clip and silver coloured model of plane, two RAF tags belonging to Bird Wilson, a belt buckle and a pen knife. PROVENANCE: Air Vice Marshall Bird-Wilson (1919-2000) who was known as “Birdy” was a spitfire pilot in WW2 and a member of the “Guinea pig club”. This lot is sent in for sale by one of his descendants. £30-50
Pine aeroplane rotor blade, with cast metal mount £100-200
Period Third Reich N.S.F.K. badge, for powered aircraft pilots, Second type circa 1939, plated on tombac, with flat pin and patent markings £150-250
Period Third Reich alloy lapel badge for team leaders, inspectors, technicians at the Peenemunde Works, bearing issue number and patent inscription This badge was issued to the site supervisor at the beginning of each shift and returned at the end of each shift. It was never the property of the individual £80-120
Middle Eastern dagger with silver plated engraved sheath and handle, blade shortened and ground, 1.90in. (5cm) £50-80
18th/19th century continental flint lock rifle with cast metal mounted rest to barrel 50in. (127cm) £100-200
Fruit wood and steel cross bow, 36”
Fruit wood and steel cross bow, 37”
Edwardian Home Service Pattern blue cloth Officers Helmet, marked for the Royal Warwickshire Regiment, by F. W. Flight, Military Outfitters, 90 High St. Winchester, with chin strap and a set of spurs, 11½in. (28cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
Two sets of miniature Campaign medals to include Stars £30-50
19th century military silk for the Worcestershire Regiment 21 x 23in. (53 x 58cm) £80-120
Small selection of cap badges and Campaign medals includING Star and Defence Medal and associated letters from the War Office”, also included is a Territorial “Efficiiency Medal”, marked for LT.J.R. HOWARD.R.A. £30-50
OIL PAINTING WATER-COLOURS AND PRINTS This section of the sale will not commence before 2.45 pm Thursday 27th June
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 Sold with report 21 x 17in. (53 x 43cm) £5,000-10,000 See Illustration.
G De Meyer watercolour/ gouache various figures and a dog signed in pencil 8 x 10in. (20 x 25cm) £40-100
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) £100-200
C Weller 19th century English School interior scene children playing with pets signed oil on canvas 19 x 27in. (48 x 69cm) £100-200
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
M L Bower charcoal Grandfather and child signed dated 1916 16 x 12in. (41 x 30cm) £100-200
§ 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.
In the manner of Isidor Kaufmann, Rabbi seated in a chair with a book. Unsigned oil on panel, framed. PROVENANCE: From the Fenyvesi estate. Eugen Fenyvesi and his wife Hermione established Eugen Fenyvesi Weinkellerein Gmbh in 1922 as a wine merchants based in Vienna; the company grew to be one of Austria’s largest exporters and importers of wine and spirits in the 1920s and 30s and was purchased by Martini Ltd in 1969. The family were avid art collectors and active on Vienna’s social and cultural scene before being forced to flee Nazi prosecution to London in the late 1930’s. The present vendor is a descendant. 9 x 6in. (23 x 15cm) £250-350 See Illustration.
Pair of French Military scenes, Napoleonic army retreat from Moscow, signed Gray? oil on canvases, 19th century, each 31 x 38in. (79 x 97cm) £500-1,000 See Illustration.
In the manner of Isidor Kaufmann. Portrait of a young Jewish boy, unsigned oil on panel. Framed. PROVENANCE: From the Fenyvesi estate. Eugen Fenyvesi and his wife Hermione established Eugen Fenyvesi Weinkellerein Gmbh in 1922 as a wine merchants based in Vienna; the company grew to be one of Austria’s largest exporters and importers of wine and spirits in the 1920s and 30s and was purchased by Martini Ltd in 1969. The family were avid art collectors and active on Vienna’s social and cultural scene before being forced to flee Nazi prosecution to London in the late 1930’s. The present vendor is a descendant. 13 x 12in. (33 x 30cm) £150-250 See Illustration.
Kauffman, portrait of a Hermione Fenyvesi, Vienna c1921. Signed oil on canvas. PROVENANCE: From the Fenyvesi estate. Eugen Fenyvesi and his wife Hermione established Eugen Fenyvesi Weinkellerein Gmbh in 1922 as a wine merchants based in Vienna; the company grew to be one of Austria’s largest exporters and importers of wine and spirits in the 1920s and 30s and was purchased by Martini Ltd in 1969. The family were avid art collectors and active on Vienna’s social and cultural scene before being forced to flee Nazi prosecution to London in the late 1930’s. The present vendor is a descendant. 23 x 18in. (58 x 46cm) £300-400 See Illustration.
Pietro Antonio Novelli (Italian, Venice 1729– 1804). Mid 18th century unsigned sketch in pen and ink, Jacob Wrestling the Angel Framed and with later borders. Later inscription in pen verso ‘Pietro Novelli (1603 – 1647)’. PROVENANCE: From the Fenyvesi estate. Eugen Fenyvesi and his wife Hermione established Eugen Fenyvesi Weinkellerein Gmbh in 1922 as a wine merchants based in Vienna; the company grew to be one of Austria’s largest exporters and importers of wine and spirits in the 1920s and 30s and was purchased by Martini Ltd in 1969. The family were avid art collectors and active on Vienna’s social and cultural scene before being forced to flee Nazi prosecution to London in the late 1930’s. The present vendor is a descendant. 14½ x 18½in. (36 x 46cm) £500-800 See Illustration.
Two pen and Ink sketches on paper, 18th or 19th century; A Venetian school sketch depicting the Agony In The Garden and another copy of a classical scene. Both unframed and unsigned. 8.5” x 6.5” and 10.5” x 8”. PROVENANCE: From the Fenyvesi estate. Eugen Fenyvesi and his wife Hermione established Eugen Fenyvesi Weinkellerein Gmbh in 1922 as a wine merchants based in Vienna; the company grew to be one of Austria’s largest exporters and importers of wine and spirits in the 1920s and 30s and was purchased by Martini Ltd in 1969. The family were avid art collectors and active on Vienna’s social and cultural scene before being forced to flee Nazi prosecution to London in the late 1930’s. The present vendor is a descendant. £80-120
Pen and ink drawing depicting a scene of teaching, neo-classical in style, late 18th/ early 19th century. Framed and signed Donali? PROVENANCE: From the Fenyvesi estate. Eugen Fenyvesi and his wife Hermione established Eugen Fenyvesi Weinkellerein Gmbh in 1922 as a wine merchants based in Vienna; the company grew to be one of Austria’s largest exporters and importers of wine and spirits in the 1920s and 30s and was purchased by Martini Ltd in 1969. The family were avid art collectors and active on Vienna’s social and cultural scene before being forced to flee Nazi prosecution to London in the late 1930’s. The present vendor is a descendant. 14½ x 11in. (36 x 28cm) £100-200
Early 17th century scene of martyrdom of St. Andrew on a transverse cross, pen and ink with traces of wash and red chalk indications [Inscribed Mannagetta, in a later hand. This possibly relates to Johann Wilhelm von Mannagetta a physician working in 17th century Vienna, who was then dean of the medical faculty and rector of the University. He was physician of three monarchs (Ferdinand II, Ferdinand III., and Leopold I) ] PROVENANCE: From the Fenyvesi estate. Eugen Fenyvesi and his wife Hermione established Eugen Fenyvesi Weinkellerein Gmbh in 1922 as a wine merchants based in Vienna; the company grew to be one of Austria’s largest exporters and importers of wine and spirits in the 1920s and 30s and was purchased by Martini Ltd in 1969. The family were avid art collectors and active on Vienna’s social and cultural scene before being forced to flee Nazi prosecution to London in the late 1930’s. The present vendor is a descendant. 11½in. (28cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
After Managasco. Pen and Ink drawning, copy of a mythological fresco group. Indistinctly marked Venedig? Posibily referring to the German word for Venice. PROVENANCE: From the Fenyvesi estate. Eugen Fenyvesi and his wife Hermione established Eugen Fenyvesi Weinkellerein Gmbh in 1922 as a wine merchants based in Vienna; the company grew to be one of Austria’s largest exporters and importers of wine and spirits in the 1920s and 30s and was purchased by Martini Ltd in 1969. The family were avid art collectors and active on Vienna’s social and cultural scene before being forced to flee Nazi prosecution to London in the late 1930’s. The present vendor is a descendant. 10 x 6½in. (25 x 15cm) £150-250
John Hawksworth - watercolour country landscape of a hunt, signed 14 x 20in. (36 x 51cm) £50-80
19th century English school - The Church at Denton, Buckinghamshire, monogrammed ‘SP’, watercolour 9 x 13in. (23 x 33cm) £50-100
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) £80-120
Edward Wesson, coastal landscape, signed, watercolour, 12 x 19in. (30 x 48cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
Albert Stevens, landscape with cattle watering, signed, watercolour, 17 x 23in. (43 x 58cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
John Burton, portrait of James Hunter (17991865), oil painting, 58” x 43” NOTE: James Hunter was founder of the Royal Standard Benefit Society. £300-500
Portrait of Walter Osborne Croft (1840-1920), oil on canvas, 58” x 43” NOTE: Walter Osborne was clerk to James Hunter and succeeded him as secretary of the Royal Standard Benefit Society. £300-500 1250A J T Peele ‘Heavily laden’ oil on canvas signed dated 1877 16 x 20in. (41 x 51cm) £400-600 1251
39 copies of Royal Standard Benefit Society ‘Certificates of Freedom’ £40-60
Continental School. 19th century portrait of Sybilla Samia holding a book on a table. Unframed. 46 x 36in. (117 x 91cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
Italian school. a family group, oil on canvas, unframed. 18th century or earlier, possibily with 19th century alterations 30 x 40in. (76 x 102cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
George Paice, 1854-1925, ‘Michael Roy’, study of a horse, signed and dated ‘22, oil on canvas, 22” x 27” £500-800 See Illustration.
W.L.Wyllie RA 1851-1931 engraving of dockyard scene signed in pencil 7 x 14in. (18 x 36cm) £300-500
Charles Frederick Allbon A.R.E 1856-1926 Victorian watercolour ‘Molesford ferry’ monogrammed titled and dated 1886 15¼ x 26½in. (38 x 66cm) £500-800 See Illustration.
Arthur Verey Victorian watercolour depicting a cottage scene with girl feeding geese, signed 13 x 18¾in. (33 x 46cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration.
J.Heseldin 1887-1969 early 20th century watercolour depicting a Cornish street scene, signed 9 x 6in. (23 x 15cm) £100-200
J. Heseldin 1887-1969 early 20th century watercolour depicting Cornish street scene, signed 7 x 5in. (18 x 13cm) £80-120
Herbert Blande Sparks - Pets, signed, watercolour on paper 29 x 19in. (74 x 48cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
After Henry Ryland - The Milkmaid, watercolour on paper 20½ x 14in. (51 x 36cm) £100-150
After Charles Frederick Lowcock ‘Expectation’ and ‘Waiting’, signed, oil on boards, pair, full length female figure in a hall and on a terrace, 18 x 7in. (46 x 18cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
Margaret Fisher Prout (BRITISH, 1875-1963) still life of flowers in blue and white vase, signed and dated 1927, oil on board, gallery label verso 10 x 8½in. (25 x 20cm) £200-300
W.L.Wyllie RA 1851-1931 engraving of galleons signed in pencil 5 x 13½in. (13 x 33cm) £300-500
W.L.Wyllie RA 1851-1931 engraving of a warship leaving Portsmouth Harbour signed in pencil 7 x 15in. (18 x 38cm) £300-500
Arthur H. Davis river landscape oil on board ‘Willesden nr. London’ signed and dated 14.5.1879 Flourished 1871-1893 10 x 8in. (25 x 20cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
After Bartolozzi pair of round prints in 19th Century ebonised and gilt frames prints dia 10”, frame dia 18” £60-80
19th Century Baxter print views and figures by Vincent Brookes 4 x 5in. (10 x 13cm) £40-60
19th Century Baxter print study of four children by Mansell 2 x 7in. (5 x 18cm) £40-60
Miss A.Bathe a pair of 19th Century botanical watercolour studies Anchusa Italica Calvia July 1894 and Lathyrus Latifolius July 1894 For further reference see label on verso £150-250
Miss A.Bathe three 19th century Botanical water colour studies Escellonia May 1894, Diervilla June 1894, Helleborus Niger Jan 1893 For further reference see label on verso £150-250
Miss A.Bathe pair of 19th Century Botanical watercolours Geranium Lucidium- June 1894 and Epipactia Palustrum - June 1894 £80-120
Miss A.Bathe two 19th century Botanical water colour studies Salvia Pratensis-Meadow Clary Aug.1893 8”x5” and one other similar Dianthus Gratianopolitanus vila - cheddar pinks June 1893 8”x6” £80-120
E.J.Lander pair of 19th Century prints of Strand and Piccadilly 13 x 9in. (33 x 23cm) £30-50
F. Golden Short early 20th century oil on canvas ‘Near Emery Down’ dated 1910 signed 11 x 8in. (28 x 20cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
After Bartolozzi pair of 19th Century prints ‘Pomona’ and ‘Ceres’ 10 x 9in. (25 x 23cm) £40-60
After Bartolozzi print of the Countess Spencer 10 x 8in. (25 x 20cm) £25-35
Early 20th century watercolour, indistinctly signed £40-60
Colonel Harold Wyllie RE (1870-1973) - Old Walled Ship on the River Dart, with gaff rigged yachts beating out to sea, signed and numbered artist’s proof, drypoint etching 9½ x 18in. (23 x 46cm) £100-200
William L Wyllie RA *(851-1931) “Limehouse”, drypoint etching, signed in pencil 8 x 10in. (20 x 25cm) £200-300
William Edward Atkins (1842-1910) - Moored galleons in Portsmouth Harbour, watercolour, signed 13 x 20in. (33 x 51cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
Continental oil on board, two young girls playing musical instruments, indistinctly signed, 13 x 9in. (33 x 23cm) £1,200-1,800 See Illustration.
William E.Harris, oil on canvas landscape near Symonds Yat dated 1887 signed In gilt frame Flourished 1883-1891 15½ x 25½in. (38 x 64cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.
Henry Harris, Victorian oil on canvas landscape with cattle on The Wye indistinctly signed 6¼ x 11¼in. (15 x 28cm) £250-350
S.J.Clark pair of Victorian oil on canvas paintings depicting fowl and farm animals, signed The Lecture 9.75” x 7.5”, Patience Rewarded 9.75” x 7.5” In gilt frames £800-1,200 See Illustration.
Full length portrait of Lord Nelson, unsigned, oil on canvas 47 x 23in. (119 x 58cm) £200-300
18th century print ‘The North View of Farnham Castle in the County of Surrey £30-50
Four framed landscape and townscape prints of Florence signed Gill £150-250
§ Benedicta de Bezer, “ Pieta”, oil on canvas, signed, 53.5” x 84” This work was shown at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition of 1945. Catalogue number 738. Exhibition stamp verso with Artists name, address, date of exhibition and work title. Agent listed as Chas H. West, 117 Finchley Road, London. Benedicta de Bezer was. a lover of the novelist Antonia White and is referred to in her diaries. She was a tertiary of the Dominican Order, a penniless painter and pianist who wrote religious articles and wore men’s clothing. £500-1,000 See Illustration.
E Armstrong, Oil on board, Dutch Farmstead, 7” x 9.5”. £50-80
Anthony Atkinson, “The wild Honeysuckle”, oil on board, 16” x 20” £40-60
17th century English school still life of a basket of fruit, oil on canvas, unsigned 21 x 26in. (53 x 66cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration.
Pastel portrait of a young girl
Percy Dixon - Highland watercolour landscape, signed and dated 1887, 13” x 19” 13 x 19in. (33 x 48cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
I. Rasmussen, seascape, signed, oil on canvas, 12 x 16in. (30 x 41cm) £50-80
Edward Moore pair of watercolour seascapes, 5 x 15in. (13 x 38cm) £60-80
§ Clive Madgwick, village landscape scene with farmer, cows and a bridge, signed, oil on canvas, framed 23 x 35in. (58 x 89cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
Robert Hainard, print “Pic verte nourissant”, Green woodpecker feeding young, 14” x 11”, 16/45, Tryon Gallery label verso £250-400 See Illustration.
E Chapell, river landscape with cattle, oil on canvas, signed, 10” x 12” £100-200
Theo Hines, landscape with sunset and river, signed, watercolour £60-100
Five watercolour studies, to include Loch Broom, and Loch Linnhe, unsigned £70-100
J Berkeley Hewitt, pair of watercolours, signed and titled ‘Loch Lomond’ and ‘ Grasmere’, watercolours, each 9.5” x 17”, framed £80-120
William Henry Millais (BRITISH, 1828-1899) ‘The Tay Dunkeld’, signed, watercolour, in gilt frame 14½ x 26½in. (36 x 66cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
Paul Marny 19th century watercolour ‘Le Percy, Normandy’ 12¾ x 17½in. (30 x 43cm) £200-300
Arthur Dudley (1890-1909) Pair of still lifes of baskets of fruit, signed, watercolours, framed 10½ x 30in. (25 x 76cm) £180-220
Watercolour of a fishing boat, F.L Blanchard £100-200
Edward Wesson (1910-1983), Still life, vase of Summer flowers, oil on board, signed and dated 1970, 20” x 16” £200-300 See Illustration.
Edward Wesson (1910-1983), Still life, fruit, a glass and a wine bottle, oil on board, 18” x 23.5” £200-300 See Illustration.
Mary Holden Bird, Loch Morar, water-colour signed with monogram, 13” x 20” £150-200
Mary Holden Bird, The Cuillin Hills in Winter, water-colour, signed with monogram, 13” x 20” £150-200
§ Norah McGuiness - ‘The mountain stream’ watercolour/pen and wash, signed and dated 1945 15 x 20¾in. (38 x 51cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
Gentleman smoking a pipe, oil on board, 11 x 9in. (28 x 23cm) £60-100
John Hulk, cattle watering by a river, signed, oil on canvas, 24 x 42in. (61 x 107cm) £700-900 See Illustration.
C. T. Passmore, pair of watercolours depicting ponies on a moor, signed, watercolours, 14 x 21in. (36 x 53cm) £500-700 See Illustration.
Watercolour titled ‘Norfolk Pasture’ Miles Edmund Cotman 1810-1858 £300-500
Neil Cox (b.1955) - Two seals, watercolour and bodycolour, signed and framed, 14” x 20” £300-500
John Ridgewell, Suffolk coastal scene, signed and dated ‘67, oil on canvas, with The New Art Centre label, 28 x 36in. (71 x 91cm) £200-300
F J Widgery, oil moorland landscape, probably Dartmoor or Exmoor, 9½ x 13in. (23 x 33cm) £150-250
Jacob Steinhardt (1887-1968) - ‘Sichron Jaakow’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1942, Inscription on verso reads Jakob Steinhardt Jerusalem - Sichron Jaakow -1942 Born Zercow, Posen 1887. Studied at the Kunstgewerbemuseum,Berlin. Held a number of one man shows worldwide, and won a number of International art prizes. Steinhardt is most representative of the Central European Group of the 1930s and 40s 16 x 21in. (41 x 53cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration.
19th century oil on canvas mountainous landscape scene with rams, unsigned, 20” x 30” £200-300
H. Koekkoek, boats moored at sea, signed and dated 1843, oil on board, 6½ x 8½in. (15 x 20cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
Valerie Thornton, ‘Clare’, signed limited edition print, 49/70 £60-100
Sheila Robinson, Saffron Walden Castle, signed limited edition print, 10/25 2nd edition £80-120
C F Keys, river landscape, oil, signed 5 x 8in. (13 x 20cm) £100-200
A.W Sharp, oil on canvas, Paddle Ship off the Needles, Isle of Wight, 22” x 40” £300-500 See Illustration.
Four 19th century French coloured aquatints in gilt frames after Charpentier Le Premier Navigateur,(3) and Semire et Melide 15 x 20in. (38 x 51cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
§ Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale, watercolour, sketch from a romantic Shakespearean play, monogram, 6” x 5.25” Marked in pencil verso Sketchley Hall,Burbage, Hinkley July 1979 PROVENANCE: Said to have been purchased a auction in the 1970s, purchased by the father of the vendor. £300-500 See Illustration.
William Bingham McGuinness, Continental street scene, watercolour, signed £200-300
Cavendish Morton - watercolour, signed and dated 1994, 7” x 10” £100-150
Van Jones, coastal landscape with moored boat, signed watercolour 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £300-500
Sheila Scott Henderson ‘The Hungarian’ oil on canvas unsigned oil on canvas 24 x 20in. (61 x 51cm) £50-100
Dorothy Coke RWS, NEAC 1897-1979, Llanberis Pass 1952, watercolour with bodycolour 9 x 13in. (23 x 33cm) £30-50
Michael Long, Flax Bourton, watercolour, signed 10 x 15in. (25 x 38cm) £30-50
W Young Cameron - ‘The Crucifix’ dry point etching signed in pencil £60-100
Percy Lancaster, R.B.A., A.R.E.; RI. Landscape with cattle at a river, early 20th Century, signed 7 x 13in. (18 x 33cm) £70-100
Margaret Morcom, watercolour landscape, unsigned, gallery label verso 21 x 29in. (53 x 74cm) £60-80
Margaret Morcom, still life of flowers, oil on board, signed 19 x 29in. (48 x 74cm) £50-80
Calattini - 20th century Italian school, charcoal landscape, signed and dated 1990 27 x 20in. (69 x 51cm) £40-60
Calattini - 20th century Italian school, charcoal landscape, signed and dated 1991 19 x 27in. (48 x 69cm) £40-60
Calattini - 20th century Italian school, charcoal landscape, signed and dated 1993 27 x 18in. (69 x 46cm) £40-60
Charles Edward Dixon (1872-1934) Thames with shipping, signed, watercolour, in gilt frame 20 x 42in. (51 x 107cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration.
Colin Kent, Norfolk scene, watercolour, signed 14 x 25in. (36 x 64cm) £60-100
19th century dry pint etching of a dock yard 6 x 13in. (15 x 33cm) £50-100
C E Tunniclife dry point etching of a horse signed in pencil 9 x 11in. (23 x 28cm) £50-100
R J Robins ‘Westminster Bridge’ signed watercolour 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £50-100
Margaret Morcom landscape signed watercolour 14 x 20in. (36 x 51cm)
Leon L’Hermitte, (1844-1925), river landscape with horse-drawn cart pastel on paper Provenance; purchased at Bonhams 4th October 1972 lot 139 8 x 10in. (20 x 25cm) £250-350
§ Deryck Foster (1924-2011) Duke of Edinburgh racing the Queen’s Dragon yacht D K192 “Blubottle” with Britannia in the background The Dragon was presented to the Queen and Prince Philip in 1948 in honour of their wedding and was raced in the Olympics. signed, oil on board. 18 x 24in. (46 x 61cm) £500-800 See Illustration.
Margaret Morcom, watercolour landscape, signed, gallery label verso 14 x 21in. (36 x 53cm) £60-80
Margaret Morcom, watercolour landscape, signed, gallery label verso 14 x 20in. (36 x 51cm) £60-80
Margaret Morcom, watercolour landscape, signed, gallery label verso 12 x 15in. (30 x 38cm) £60-80
19th century dry point etching Thames scene 5 x 14in. (13 x 36cm) £50-100
Rowland Hilder, coastal landscape with a sailing boat, signed, watercolour 12 x 15in. (30 x 38cm) £100-200
Terence Cuneo limited edition print ‘D Day’ signed in pencil, 428/850 25 x 36in. (64 x 91cm) £80-120
Thomas Tennant Baxter Parisian quay ink and wash signed and dated 1925 Exhibited in the English Art Club 8 x 12½in. (20 x 30cm) £100-150 95
Follower of Hugh William Grecian Williams scene depicting a mountain drover herding cattle in the Campagna with ruins beyond 18 x 25in. (46 x 64cm) £250-300
Norman Lloyd, oil on canvas, ‘Pont Neuf Paris’ signed 13 x 18in. (33 x 46cm) £300-400
Gustave Albert Catoire, 19th century, landscape with chickens, signed, oil on canvas 27 x 36in. (69 x 91cm) £500-800 See Illustration.
R. Vivian Pitchforth, R.A. 1895-1982, ‘African Model’, pen and ink, Church Street Gallery label verso. 8½ x 6in. (20 x 15cm) £50-70
R. Vivian Pitchforth, R.A. 1895-1982, ‘African woman sitting on ground’, signed, pen and ink, Church Street Gallery label verso. 10½ x 6½in. (25 x 15cm) £50-70
R. Vivian Pitchforth, R.A. 1895-1982 - ‘Zulu drawing’, signed and titled, charcoal, Church Street Gallery label verso 10½ x 7in. (25 x 18cm) £50-70
F Hone, 19th century English School windmills at sunset, signed, oil on canvas 12 x 20in. (30 x 51cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
Frederick William Baker (1881-1936) ‘Summer Evening near Kynance, Cornwall’, signed, oil on canvas, handwritten label verso 31 x 20½in. (79 x 51cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration.
Albert Denman - street scene with buildings, Bruges, signed, oil on canvas 17 x 21in. (43 x 53cm) £100-150
19th century French print of a loving couple surrounded by animals 20 x 16in. (51 x 41cm) £40-60
19th century print “The Young English Fox Hunter” 19 x 25in. (48 x 64cm) £40-60
CONTEMPORARY ART This section of the sale will not commence before 4.10 pm Thursday 27th June 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 1367
Mick Oxley - ‘Elements’, Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland, oil on canvas, signed 30 x 48in. (76 x 122cm) £80-120
In the manner of Moïse Kisling Polish (1891 -1953) portrait 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) £250-400
Ernesto Treccani 20th century print of a trumpeter indistinctly signed artists proof 20 x 16in. (51 x 41cm) £50-100
Ernesto Treccani (ITALIAN, 1920-1996) 20th century print on canvas indistinctly signed and tilted in pencil 39 x 27in. (99 x 69cm) £50-100
§ Ernesto Treccani (ITALIAN, 1920-1996) Pair of limited edition oleographs abstract one inscribed verso and signed in pen 59 x 20in. (150 x 51cm) £200-300
In the manner of Jean Metzinger - oil on canvas, cubist genre bearing signature 17 x 11in. (43 x 28cm) £200-300
In the manner Michel Kikoine (1892-1968) oil on canvas, mountainous landscape with a torrent and trees in the foreground, 49 x 60cm, £400-600 See Illustration.
§ Umberto Mastroianni (1910-1998), Italian, ‘Uccello Del Paradiso’ (Bird of Paradise), signed bronze with plaster base, 10/62, 18.5cm high £400-600 See Illustration.
Ray Howard-Jones, (1903-1996), ‘Those Atlantic Shores’, signed and dated ‘79, chalk and gouache, 25 x 19in. (64 x 48cm) £500-800 See Illustration.
David Y Ellinger 1913-2003 ‘A country auction’ silkscreen print on oiled manilla paper Amish scene, Un-dated. Provenance: bought from an Amish specialist Gallery in Pennsylvania in 1968 21¾ x 26in. (53 x 66cm) £100-200
Paul Vanier Beaulieu, “Maisons de Provence”, oil on canvas, 8.5” x 10.5” Dominion Gallery Montreal label verso Ref C2256, signed Sold with original purchase receipt dated 18th June 1962 £800-1,200 See Illustration.
§ Padraig Macmiadhachain, Irish born 1929, Abstract, inscribed “Studio seven Swanage” mixed media, signed, label on reverse purchased from the artist, 12” x 10” £300-400 See Illustration.
Late 20th century impasto landscape, initialled ‘MM’ 19 x 48in. (48 x 122cm) £50-100
Late 20th century impasto art of cubist style, signed ‘MM’, 18 x 42in. (46 x 107cm) £50-100
Late 20th century impasto art, signed ‘MM’ and dated ‘79 30½ x 24in. (76 x 61cm) £50-100
Tiana Marie ‘Looking towards Duddon Estuary’, mixed media, signed, gallery label verso, framed 17½ x 26in. (43 x 66cm) £50-80
Tiana Marie ‘Seeing the Sunset’ mixed media, signed, label verso, framed 11½ x 17in. (28 x 43cm) £40-60
Robert Hill ‘Pistyll Raaidr Waterfall’, oil on canvas, signed, gallery label verso, framed 24 x 18in. (61 x 46cm) £150-250
Rosalind Forster, limited edition print 59/200, signed in pencil, framed 17 x 24in. (43 x 61cm) £60-100
Paul Vanier Beaulieu, “Village du Midi”, oil on canvas, 5.5” x 7”, Dominion Gallery Montreal label verso Ref H2258 signed on canvas verso. Photocopy of purchase receipt dated June18th 1962 £600-1,000 See Illustration. 1379
Rosalind Forster, limited edition print 73/200, signed in pencil, framed 17 x 24in. (43 x 61cm) £60-100
Terry Durham ‘Fountain of Dreams’, acrylic on board, signed and dated ‘72 42 x 36in. (107 x 91cm) £150-250
David Graham (1926-) ‘The Pond’, oil on canvas, signed, in gilt frame 36 x 36in. (91 x 91cm) £300-500
Marc Chagall, Lithograph, ‘A Woman Circus Rider’ framed 14½ x 21in. (36 x 53cm) £30-50
Frank Martin lithograph limited edition ‘Spanish girl’ £300-500
Terrence Donovan British (1936 - 1996) Abstract composition, Acryllic on paper signed dated 1990 32 x 24in. (81 x 61cm) £250-350
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Limited edition lithograph, ‘Sonnet on the death of Roderigo Calderon”, with copy of poem (framed) unsigned £80-120
Simon Jesson - eight framed sketches, the largest 6” x 5” £30-40
Mary Fedden, ‘Shells and Pebbles’, signed limited edition print, 59/70, 22” x 29” £200-300
D. R. Simpson, ‘Castle Cove, Weymouth’, oil on canvas laid on board, signed and dated ‘92, 6” x 7” £100-200
§ Leonard Pearman, British 1912-2003 ‘Gorilla Talk’, signed, oil on canvas laid on board, plaque with date 1981 and title, 8½ x 12½in. (20 x 30cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
Sylvia Nuthall, ‘Stormy Weather - Porthmear’, signed, oil on board, verso dated 2011 11½ x 16in. (28 x 41cm) £40-60
Two Francis Bacon lithographs, framed, each 11 x 8in. (28 x 20cm) £30-50
§ Bridget Leaman (b.1948) ‘Cows Grazing’, oil painting, titled and dated 1991 verso 18 x 23in. (46 x 58cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration.
Erte. Artist proof. Aladdin and his bride. Signed in pencil with personal inscription. 25 x 32in. (64 x 81cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1401
§ Leonard Pearman, British 1912-2003 ‘Zebra’, signed, oil on canvas, dated 1980, Fraser Carver Gallery label verso 17½ x 27½in. (43 x 69cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
Leonard Pearman, British 1912-2003 - signed print ‘Pavel the Snow Leopard’, dated Nov ‘82 21 x 27½in. (53 x 69cm) £40-60
Leonard Pearman, British 1912-2003 - signed print ‘Pavel the Snow Leopard’, dated Nov ‘82 24 x 30in. (61 x 76cm) £40-60
Leonard Pearman, British 1912-2003 - signed print ‘Pavel the Snow Leopard’, dated Nov ‘82 24 x 30in. (61 x 76cm) £40-60
Leonard Pearman, British 1912-2003 - signed print ‘Pavel the Snow Leopard’, dated Nov ‘82 24 x 30in. (61 x 76cm) £40-60
Pam Dan, landscape, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1970 24 x 37in. (61 x 94cm) £80-120
Callum? ‘Merlin’s Mound’, oil on board, signed 21 x 27in. (53 x 69cm) £80-120
Thomas Coates, landscape, signed verso, oil on board 35 x 29in. (89 x 74cm) £50-80
Depresle, Norfolk landscape, signed, oil on canvas 18 x 22in. (46 x 56cm) £80-120
Depresle, coastal landscape, signed, oil on canvas 8 x 10in. (20 x 25cm) £40-60
20th century Continental School figures under a tent, unsigned, oil on board 16 x 20in. (41 x 51cm) £30-50
John Piper, coloured limited edition print, landscape, signed, 12/70 16 x 23in. (41 x 58cm) £80-120
§ Leonard Pearman, British 1912-2003 - ‘Pavel The Snow Leopard’, signed, oil on canvas, 24½ x 29½in. (61 x 74cm) £600-800 See Illustration. § Leonard Pearman, British 1912-2003 ‘African Buffalo’, signed, oil on canvas, dated 1980 15½ x 23½in. (38 x 58cm) £400-600 See Illustration.
COSTUME FASHION AND TEXTILES 1403
This section of the sale will not commence before 4.40 pm Thursday 27th June 1416
19th century hand stitched and embroidered lace bedspread with floral and scrolling decoration 90 x 60in. (229 x 152cm) £150-250
Early 20th century gentlemans leather briefcase contents to include cigar holder, blotter etc 14in. (36cm) £60-80
Ladies dress coat marked for Liberty of London together with ladies scarves French 1960s/70s and Harrods gold lame bag £20-40
Celia Birtwell for Ozzie Clark a 1970’s crepe and chiffon over-dress labels for Clark and Birtwell size 10 , and a G Barhel Paris knitted dress £40-60
Alexander McQueen oyster silk and silvered thread evening dress backless with half belt and pleated detail to reverse. made in Italy size 42 £100-150
Carved ivory handled parasol with vine decoration £150-250 See Illustration.
Leopard skin handbag/muff and hat
Carla Bower for Radley crepe dress with flower print, and a black crepe dress £60-80
Frank Usher two piece, 1980’s, and a black silk sequined jacket £30-50
A 19th c silkwork panel , embroidered in silkstitch , polychrome flowers and foliage on gold silk in mahogany frame 22.80 x 22.80in. (58 x 58cm) £40-60
Chinese made kimono embroidered with flowers and a similar embroidered silk shawl £40-60
A collection of vintage hats , including an early 20th C Safari hat , a Hampshire Fireman helmit,a cased opera hat and others (10) £80-120 See Illustration.
Edwardian crocodile bag with gilt metal clasp and monogram, and a box bag £40-60
Vintage Biba glass shampoo bottle, an Art Deco style powder compact and a triangular watch £20-40
Art Deco antelope skin clutch evening bag with enamel and marcasite clasp £50-80
Silver and tortoiseshell handled umbrella
Vintage Hermes silk scarf “ Le Bien Aller “ green hunting print background, 1967 £50-80
Vintage Hermes silk scarf “Petite Vererie” hunting print 1968 £50-80
1950’s flared ladies fur coat
Collection of scarves, mainly silk, including Balmain and Liberty £50-80
Collection of silk scarves including Jacmar and Jackie Canpoli for Loveal £50-80
Blue fox fur, shrug
1443 (two) 1452 1432 1446 (two) 101
1960’s necklace decorated with various hard stones, three similar pendants and other items £40-60
Beaver top hat by Austin Reed in rexine covered case together with a Dun & Co morning hat £80-120
Collection of costume jewellery including brooches and cufflinks £40-60
Two gentlemans tail coats, dinner jacket and trousers early to mid twentieth Century £50-80
Ivory handled green silk parasol the top carved as a girl wearing a bonnet £40-60 See Illustration.
Dunham Co beaver top hat in original leather case and with a Hardy hatters brush, a cased pair of Goerz binoculars and a cased pair of opera glasses Hat size 7.8 £100-150 See Illustration.
Vintage Louis Vuitton trunk, in traditional colours, internal stamp, made for Encylopeadia Britannia , the clasp stamped SGDG patent . Lois Vuitton , London Bond Street 36 x 127 x 10½in. (91 x 323 x 25cm) £1,800-2,200 See Illustration.
1920’s cream silk shawl with self embroidered flowers and deep fringe and commemorative handkerchiefs 29 x 75in. (74 x 191cm) £30-50
Victorian black bodice with lace collar and jet decoration , two similar a black day dress , coin belt , velvet bag and an Edwardian hat £80-120
Two 19th C French Paisley shawls single side floral print on a striped ground, and an embroidered linen table cloth £40-60
Mappin & Webb vintage brown lizard skin handbag suede interior 32 x 19 cm and a Swallow model black lizard skin handbag 24 x 16 cm £50-80
1930’s black silk Kimono style jacket with embroidered panels of geisha girls and fringed hem and a later pair of satin trousers £30-50
A Mappin & Webb , brown lizard skin handbag , another in tan and a pair of lizard skin shoes £60-80
Late 19th century Chatelaine purse with silver panel depicting a wild boar hunt detached belt clip and panel with horseman 5 x 5in. (13 x 13cm) £70-100
Vintage brown crocodile handle with cube clasp and a green lizard skin bag with gilt clasp £50-80 See Illustration.
Two pairs of Versace sunglasses, gilt metal cufflinks from 1960’s club ‘Churchills’ and Collins leather gift items, boxed £80-100
Collection of costume jewellery to include brooches bangle etc £30-50
Emilio Pucci , 1970’s maxi dress lime green and yellow on fuscia pink . silk polyester mix , labelled and signed within the fabric ., and a Bill Gibb tartan kilt. in original carrier bag £80-120
1960’s crocodile skin handbag with enamel clasp and a coffee coloured lizard skin handbag Crocodile bag 22 x 28 cm , lizard bag 19 x 25 cm £50-80 See Illustration.
Mappin & Webb , brown lizard skin bag with suede lining , interior mirror and purse, in original box 1½ x 7½in. (3 x 18cm) £50-80
Art Deco costume jewellery silvered metal and white stone necklace and matching earrings £30-50
Silkwork picture of flowers in a vase, 26 x 21in. (66 x 53cm) £80-120
Gentleman’s cream silk waistcoat with embroidered foliate sprays, 19th Century £30-50 See Illustration.
Art Deco white metal floral filigree necklace and a matching a pair of earrings, probably indian £30-50
Early 20th century Indian necklace relief decorated with gods and goddesses £50-100
Art Deco orange plastic compact, pair of opera glasses and four brooches £30-50
Late 19th century silk fan with hand made lace panels and ivory staves 14in. (36cm) £50-80
Two Hermes silk ties, both labelled 50in. (127cm) £50-80
Scarves mainly silk, by Celine, Lancome, and others 1970’s-80’s and two Concorde flight wallets £50-80
A Hermes silk tie with stirrup motif , two others and ties by Gucci , Ferragamo and others, 22 in total , mainly 70’s -80’s £80-120
In the manner of E W Godwin , an Aesthetic movement chair with sectional curved back and circular seat . 36 x 21in. (91 x 53cm) £100-150
Arts and Crafts , oval brass framed mirror, studed brass frame with design of grape and vine 33½ x 27½in. (84 x 69cm) £100-150
Arts and Crafts brass embossed wall mirror decorated with grapes £150-200
A pair of Voysey style Arts & Crafts brass candlesticks in ‘Avalon style’, each stamped J.B Co possibly for Jesson, Birkett and Co, 13cm high £100-150
Archibald Knox, a rare pair of garden urns for Liberty & co unglazed terracotta, of squat form and in Celtic knot pattern , produced at Carter & Co Works , Poole Dorset base stamped for Liberty and Carter, both lacking handles, 25 x 47 cm £300-500 See Illustration.
Large Arts & Crafts Compton pottery garden pot An unusual design possibly a commission, the rim with raised heart motifs and the word Floreat (flourish ) in relief. 45 x 58 cm £500-800 See Illustration.
ARTS AND CRAFTS This section of the sale will not commence before 5.10 pm Thursday 27th June 1468
A Keswick School Of Industrial Arts pewter vase, , and a Danish wavy rim pewter plate £60-100 See Illustration.
Arts & Crafts oak washstand with copper mounts, single drawer and single cupboard door 48 x 48 x 20in. (122 x 122 x 51cm) £200-400
Pair of carved Art Nouveau walnut frames , each carved with irises, aperture 50 cm 27 x 27in. (69 x 69cm) £80-120
An Arts and Crafts Oak sideboard, in Liberty style The back with integral cabinet of shaped glass panels . styalised flower head piercing , two carved supports , mirror back , two drawers over paneled doors central tree carving. 171 x 153 x 53 cm £150-250
An Arts and Crafts Compton Pottery terracotta jardiniere in the snake design , designed by Mary Seton Watts, for the Compton pottery, early 20 th C, Compton pottery seal . 33 x 47 cm £700-900 See Illustration.
Elton Ware, early 20th C Art pottery an ovoid vase with buttoned relief neck , flowers and butterfly , polychrome poured glaze, 28 cm and a similar three handled vase. 29 cm 10in. (25cm) £80-120 See Illustration.
Red terracotta roof tile pediment depicting a dragon 25in. (64cm) £150-250 See Illustration.
Arts & Crafts oak settle , retailed by Liberty & Co plain back rail with two heart pierced panels , curved arm rests, on square section legs united by peg jointed stretchers. c1900 35 x 68 x 21.80in. (89 x 173 x 55cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Pair of Arts and Crafts cast iron fire dogs with styalised plant decoration on spreading feet , 12in. (30cm) £70-100 See Illustration.
Arts & Crafts walnut sideboard , the top with two copper finish panels two drawers over two panelled doors carved with stylised flowers , large strap hinges, internal decanter drawer. 39 x 61 x 21½in. (99 x 155 x 53cm) £200-400
Small oak Arts & Crafts style dressing chest walnut with inlay of pewter and exotic woods £80-120
Circular brass framed Arts & Crafts mirror with Celtic knot motif 47.5 cm and a single oak chair in the manner of William Birch £80-120
A silvered brass octagonal Arts & Crafts style mirror with raised border and hammered finish 21½ x 21½in. (53 x 53cm) £50-80
In the manner of Rennie Mackintosh , A tall light oak slatted back chair mid to late 20th C 59½ x 19 x 18in. (150 x 48 x 46cm) £100-150
14782 (pair) 1479 (2) 1479 (2)
Archibald Knox , for Liberty & co a Tudric pewter chamberstick with strap handle numbered 897 . 13.5 cm dia , and a tall Tudric chamberstick no 2490 20 cm h. £100-150 See Illustration.
Archibald Knox , a Tudric pewter basket , with stylised honesty flowers numbered 0357 12 x 8.20in. (30 x 21cm) £50-80
Robert Thompson, mouseman, oak bookcase with four fixed shelves, panelled back , signature carved mouse to left side 75 x 45 x 11in. (191 x 114 x 28cm) £1,200-1,800 See Illustration.
A Newlyn School copper tray by John Pearson, rectangular form , impressed JP 13 x 8in. (33 x 20cm) £30-50
Doulton jug and beaker with silver mounts ‘strapwork ‘ design , impressed 3392 jug 21 cm , and A Gouda candle holder . 8.5 cm £50-80
A Della Robbia style maiolica bust of a young women with headdress and oak leaf painted surround , unsigned 14 x 11.60in. (36 x 29cm) £30-50 1490 105
Large late 19th century pottery vase by Alexander Lauder, Barum, with three twisted handles and decorated with incised fish, 48cm high £100-150 See Illustration.
An Austrian Stellmacher, Teplitz, black glazed cloaked figure holding a sickle, incized signature ‘O Passler, 1907’ 27cm high £50-80
Gothic revival three door oak cabinet, 80cm high, 100cm wide £50-80
A rare Archibald Knox pewter and enamel spoon for Liberty & Co, square form bowl and enamelled heart motif, stamped 01095 2.60in. (7cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
ART NOUVEAU This section of the sale will not commence before 5.25 pm Thursday 27th June 1498
In the style of Emille Galle, French flask form cameo glass vase, the blue opaline ground with a multilayered cameo carving of water lilies and aquatic flowers and leaves in various shades of yellow, azure and ochre. The reverse carved with a large Kingfisher perched on a tree branch over a lake. Signed 12in. (30cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Art Nouveau spelter figure comport stand with three Austrian glass bowls probably Loetz The maiden carrying baskets , bowls with splashed pink / green iridescence . 19in. (48cm) £200-400
Pair of rock crystal glass silver mounted decanters by Stevens and Williams cut with water lily design , mounts marked London 1903 12in. (30cm) £1,000-2,000 See Illustration.
1500A Kayserzinn Art Nouveau pewter tray with relief decoration of poppies and iris and a similar basket with lily of the valley 13 x 9in. (33 x 23cm) £40-60 See Illustration. 1501
Rock crystal glass decanter , engraved with a design of Wisteria Stevens and Williams, Silver mount London 1904 13in. (33cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
1501A An opaline glass lampshade , and another with white trailing £30-50 1502
Cloisonne and brass Art Nouveau hand mirror, the handle with lady in relief and another similar hair brush £60-100
French Art Nouveau glass mushroom form lamp, white and mauve glass, with black metal leaf mounts ( rewired ), c1920 12.70in. (32cm) £80-120
ART DECO This section of the sale will not commence before 5.35 pm Thursday 27th June
Orivit Austrian Art Nouveau pewter candle stick £30-50
Pair of Art Nouveau gilt metal wall light brackets with styalised leaf design 13 x 11in. (33 x 28cm) £40-60
Large continental, probably Austrian, ceramic group, circa 1900, modelled with a young maiden and a swan amongst styalised naturalistic foliage, impressed ‘5197 W; to underside, 64cm high £200-300
Late 19th century Art Nouveau style six piece Doulton Burslem washing set, decorated with leaf, flowers and foliage, comprising two jugs, vase, pot and cover and two basins (6) £50-80
Continental figural mirror group depicting a young girl draped in a robe looking at her reflection, height 43cm £50-80
Art Nouveau stained walnut display cabinet with leaded glazed doors 64 x 33 x 14in. (163 x 84 x 36cm) £60-100
Royal Doulton vase with styalised decoration on a blue ground impressed mark to base 7in. (18cm) £50-100
Pair of French Art Noveau style terracotta busts of a man and women in Arabian headdress, marked Van Hasselt & Co stamped Depose, c1900 19½in. (48cm) £100-150
Clarice Cliff Fantasque three rare miniature dishes, painted in oranges and lemons pattern 7 cm , two small pots and an egg cup. £100-150
Mid 20th century childs tea set decorated with nursery rhyme themes comprising teapot cream jug sugar bowl four cups and saucers four side plates £50-80
Clarice Cliff Bizarre ‘Gayday’ pattern bowl, 9.75” diameter £100-200
Art Deco black leather jewellery case by Mappin and Webb 9 x 8in. (23 x 20cm) £80-120
Art Deco blond wood oyster veneer gentleman’s cabinet fully fitted with pull out mahogany drawers , 7 small & 4 large , behind cabinet doors . 45 x 48 x 22in. (114 x 122 x 56cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
Art Deco, arch top peach frame mirror with reverse cut design , 36 x 24in. (91 x 61cm) £70-100
Art Deco walnut cocktail cabinet central section with four doors , upper cabinet with mirrored interior 54 x 55½ x 55in. (137 x 140 x 140cm) £150-250
Art Deco walnut dining table and chairs on twin column supports , glass top ,. and six cloud style chairs with veneered backs £300-500 See Illustration.
Goldscheider pottery mask of a lady wearing a red hat, stamped ‘7585 12’ verso 9in. (23cm) £150-250 See Illustration.
Four 1920’s scallop back chairs
Art Deco WMF silver plated and cut glass centrepiece with lioness top 14 x 33 x 13in. (36 x 84 x 33cm) £500-800 See Illustration.
Spelter figure group of a female figure with two swans on a black alabaster and marble base, signed Limousin, 77cm wide £300-500
An Art Deco Opalescent glass Vase - With tulips in relief , probably Barolac , 1930s, 24 cm £50-80
Moorcroft Magnolia pattern circular bowl, similar bowl and a circular ashtray (3) £50-80
Moorcroft Pottery , anenome pattern Jardinere 13 cm , plate 26 cm and two small vases, 9 cm and a rectangular tray 20.6 x 9 .5 £100-150
Art Deco zebra wood and chrome clock desk stand with two inkwells 14¼in. (36cm) £40-60
Moorcroft white glazed bottle vase with a single band of decoration, impressed mark, 6.5” high £80-120
Beswick , a rare set of three blue tit wall birds numbers 705, 706, 707 4.70in. (12cm) £50-80
Lalique opalescent glass inkwell ‘ Quatre Sirene ‘ . 16 cm , lacking cover £200-400 See Illustration.
Carlton Ware blue gilt decorated porcelain vase Flight into Egypt scene , 6½in. (15cm) £40-60
Moorcroft pomegranate pattern ashtray , and an anenome pattern vase £70-100
Royal Lancastrian glazed pottery vase handpainted painted decoration, matt glaze , incised ETR, 9½in. (23cm) £50-80
R Lalique ‘Coquilles’ opalescent glass coupe pendant lamp shade, 1930’s 30.5 cm dia £400-600 See Illustration.
Lalique, circular glass pendant design of two female nudes amongst foliage on green silk, etched signature , box with Lalique, Place Vendome , Paris . 2.30in. (6cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
An Art Deco figure signed S Melani, gilt finish on plaster of paris, 20 x 17½ x 6¼in. (51 x 43 x 15cm) £40-60
Art Deco tea and coffee service by Bauscher Weiden ceramic with chromium plated covers tallest 23.5 cm £30-50
An Art Deco 3 piece ‘ Cloud ‘ suite in walnut and leather comprising a two seat sofa with stepped back and curved arms , light walnut banding upholstered in mint green with dark green reverse, 90 x 158 x 78 and two tub armchairs 85 x 76 x 85 £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 1535
French Longwy wall plaque with painted design of a bird and blossom, factory stamps to rear,38cm diameter, and a late 19th century Art Nouveau tile and carved wood frame stand of square form with foliate border and central three bird crest design, 25 x 25cm (note: firing crack) £80-120
Large Art Deco gold plaster figurine of a semi naked female lying on her side with a bird in her outstretched hand and bow beside, on wood base, impressed numbers, 72cm length £80-120
Art Deco plaster bust of a young girl with braided hair, 28cm high £30-50
Clarice Cliff bowl moulded with bluebird and fruit, stamped marks , 1930’s 3½ x 8½in. (8 x 20cm) £30-50
A group of Art Deco items, Wembley Exhibition tea caddy 1924, chrome enamel candelabra, mirrored stand, and Smiths chrome glass clock £60-80
1920’s French gilt bronze and glass clock, with paste ‘jewelled’ border, reverse of clock in half globe of glass revealing movement, later metal stand, height with ring 15.5cm £70-100
MODERN DESIGN This section of the sale will not commence before 5.55 pm Thursday 27th June 1545
Orrefors glass decanter and a Finnish bottle vase tallest 25 cm £30-50
Phil Rogers , studio pottery An ovoid vase with salt glaze and poured cross design 24 cm and a ribbed salt glaze jug 16 cm £80-120 See Illustration.
John Leach Muchelney Pottery A large wood ash glaze waisted vase 25 cm , a similar bowl and a large celadon glaze vase unknown maker. 35 cm £70-100 See Illustration.
Eight studio pottery Yunomi various makers and glazes largest 10.5 cm £70-100
A group of studio pottery, St Ives, Andrew Holden , Lowerdown, Winchcombe and others mainly domestic ware (10) £50-80
1550A studio pottery tea pot painted with inverted hearts, and three others Various makers, Chris Lewis and stamps TR , RE, BJV. largest 24 cm including handle. £50-80 1551
Japanese studio pots Minoru Kikuchi, Mashiko, an Oribe yunomi and five others tallest 25 cm £50-80
1551A Mike Dodd studio pottery A single handled vase with incised waving grass design 18 cm and a pot with similar incised decoration 12 cm £50-80 See Illustration. 1552
Whitefriars glass Pewter Totem pole vase 16.5 cm £70-100
Nepalese contemporary grey and mauve wool rug 90 x 68in. (229 x 173cm) £100-150
1552A St Ives , Leach pottery A stoneware coffee pot , jug , sugar bowl , five cups and six saucers , impressed mark £50-80 1553
Group of studio pottery including a large stoneware bowl , polychrome vase, various makers marks £50-80
1553A Richard Batterham studio pottery A Celadon glazed canted side ovoid stoneware 23 cm vase with flared neck and an early shallow bowl , impressed mark 21 cm £70-100 See Illustration. 1554
Alan Caiger Smith , a large rounded pottery bowl decorated in blue and ochre , signed with monogram , and matching pair of ladles . 10 x 12in. (25 x 30cm) £100-150 See Illustration.
1554A James Walford studio pottery A large celadon glaze bowl of flaring form 23 cm dia , an incised dish , with a stoneware bowl stamped PS and another unmarked. £40-60 1555
§ Waldemar Grzimek (German 1918 - 1983), Badende, bronze figure of a female nude seated on rock numbered 2/10 Exhibited: Berlin Galerie Ludwig Lange circa 1977 11in. (28cm) £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.
1555A Mary RIch gilt decorated vase, William Marshall St Ives small chalice , a plate with landscape decoration and a finely potted cup, largest 16 cm £40-60
Six Guinness glasses with gilt harp motif and a large porcelain sherry barrel , advertising Grants of St James barrel with tasting cup , Amontillado sherry 36 cm 5¼in. (13cm) £50-80
1556A Studio pottery tankards, St Ives Leach Pottery. Two celadon glazed one tenmoka glaze all with scroll end handles, others by Abuja , Crowan, Muchelney, tallest 15 cm (7) £70-100 1557
An oval ceramic dish , in the manner of Bjorn Wimblad depicting two girls with flowers on a mosaic style ground 13.70in. (35cm) £40-60
1557A Val Barry slab built vase, Camile Virot Cylinder Vessel sections of stoneware lead and wood , an ribbed oatmeal glaze vase and another tallest 38 cm £70-100 1558
Gouda Rumba design vase 1950s design on grey, 11in. (28cm) £30-50
1558A Crowan pottery Harry and May Davies Other studio wares including Helen Davies tallest 17 cm (9) £50-80 1559
Four painted advertizing signs including ‘Rock Island - Route of the Rockets’ £50-80
1559A Phil Rogers studio pottery A cut sided vases with poured decoration 21 cm £50-80 1560
Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, British 1924-2005, self portrait plaster head with watercolour wash, 12” high PROVENANCE: Given to the vendor when he was working at Paolozzi’’s home in London £100-200
1560A Bernard Leach St Ives Pottery A squat stoneware vase with wood ash glaze 16.5 cm £200-300 1561
Steve Mattison studio pottery bowl part glazed with coloured banding and crackle interior , personal applied seal 4.70 x 9½in. (12 x 23cm) £30-50
1561A Midwinter Casino pattern Stylist Tableware Dinner service with red spot border , 22 pieces and Parisienne pattern plates £80-120 1562
Three mid 20th century cut and coloured glass novelty cocktail glasses, the stems in the form of Mickey Mouse band £50-100
1562A A group of mid century red glass including a tall twin handled vase with fading colour and three others tallest 31 cm £40-60
1960 pewter decanter set by Selangor comprising decanter, six goblets and a tray tallest 29 cm £30-50
Pair of 1960’s Ercol light elm armchairs with padded backs and seats £60-100
Strombergshyttan Sweden , two glass vases A rectangular section vase etched with , two birds in branches 16.8 cm, a another etched decoration of young deer 19 cm and a signed posy vase £70-100
Glostrup Denmark , a set of six chairs Bar backs , on tapering legs .mid 20th C £400-600
Danish rosewood coffee table on tapering legs by Silkeborg 20 x 54 x 23in. (51 x 137 x 58cm) £100-200
Vertter green glazed fruit bowl diameter 12” £30-50
Troika squat vase 4” and a Studio pottery vase 9” £50-80
After Tamara de Lempicka - Young woman with gloves, acrylic on canvas, 80 x 59cm £70-100
Nepalese hand made wool two tone pale blue ground rug, 3.8m x 4.2m, made by Veedon Fleece £80-120
After Tamara de Lempiucka - Andromeda, acrylic on canvas, 101.5 x 61cm £100-150
Set of seven stoneware annual wallplates by Arabia, Finland, designed by Raija Uosikkinen, years 1978-1984, 20 x 20cm (7) £70-100
Nepalese hand made wool light blue ground rug, made by Veedon Fleece 71in. (180cm) £40-60
Georg Jensen silver modernist brooch designed by Henning Koppel, signed George Jensen in dotted circle, 925S Denmark 376, measures approximately 32 wide, weight 20.2grams £100-150
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THIRD DAY'S SALE BOOKS This section of the sale will not commence before 10.30 am Friday 28th June 1576
Frederick Forsyth ‘The Dogs of War’, 1st edition published 1975 £20-30
The History of Rebellion and Civil Wars in England by Edward Earl of Clarendon, also his life which is written by himself, in which is included a continuation of his history of the Grand Rebellion, Oxford: At the University Press, 1843, leather bound £50-80
Fly Fishing for Trout and Salmon on the Faughan By Henry E C Heaney 1947 £350-450 See Illustration.
Collection of First Edition books, including, John Masters Bhowani Junction, 1954, WAS UNALLOCATED HSHJSH 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
Manual of Seamanship for Boys Training Ships of the Royal Navy 1883 and Military Sketching Made Easy, and Military Maps Explained £30-50
The Air Battle of Dunkirk, Norman Franks, published by William Kibner and Co Ltd, 1983 and four other books by the same author to include; Wings of Freedom, Twelve Battle of Britain Pilots, William Kibner and Co Limited 1980; The Battle of the Airfields, William Kibner and Co Limited, 1982; Double Mission, RAF Fighter Ace and SOE Agent Manfred Czernin, William Kibner and Co Limited 1976; Sky Tiger, The Story of Sailor Malan, William Kibner and Co Limited 1980; Battle of Britain, Bison Books Ltd, 1981. Each book is signed by the author and there are two letters which are addressed to the recipient from the author himself. PROVENANCE: Air Vice Marshall Bird-Wilson (1919-2000) who was known as “Birdy” was a spitfire pilot in WW2 and a member of the “Guinea pig club”. This lot is sent in for sale by one of his descendants. £40-60
The Air Combat Paintings of Robert Taylor, Robert Weston & Robert Taylor , printed for David Charles, sixth impression 1993 in slipcase and Robert Taylor Air Combat paintings volume II, Charles Walker and Robert Taylor, printed for David Charles, 1991 and in a slipcase. Both books have a facsimillie ‘For Birdie and Margaret with all my warmest wishes Robert Taylor Duxford 94’ PROVENANCE: Air Vice Marshall Bird-Wilson (1919-2000) who was known as “Birdy” was a spitfire pilot in WW2 and a member of the “Guinea pig club”. This lot is sent in for sale by one of his descendants. £30-50
Ten books mainly on the RAF with some signed by the author’s to include; Wingless Victory, Related by Anthony Richardson, published by Odhams Press Ltd, 3rd impression November 1950, with inscriptions; Seize the Moment, Helen Sharman and Christopher Priest, published Villiers House 1993 and signed by Helen Sharman; Wing Leader, Johnnie Johnson, published by Chatto and Windus 1956, signed by the author; The Story of Air Fighting, Air Vice-Marshal J.E. ‘Johnnie’ Johnson, signed by the author; Monkey Business The Memoirs of General Sir Cecil Blacker, Quiller Press , 1993, signed by the author; The Day of the Typhoon, John Golley, published
Patrick Stephens 1986, signed by the author; War Eagles, The Story of 71 Eagle Squadron, James Saxon Childers, published by Appendix and Epilogue, Reprinted 1983 Flying through Fire, Geoffrey Williams, published by Alan Sutton Publishing Limited, 1995, signed by the author; The Rommel Papers, edited by B. H. Liddel Hart, published by Collins 1953; Against All Odds, The Battle of Britain 50th Anniversary appeal PROVENANCE: Air Vice Marshall Bird-Wilson (1919-2000) who was known as “Birdy” was a spitfire pilot in WW2 and a member of the “Guinea pig club”. This lot is sent in for sale by one of his descendants. £50-80
A number of early 20th c book bindings , Thompsons Gardeners assistant Shakespeare’s works & Blackie’s Cyclopaedia £30-50
King James Bible, full calf leather, printed by Mark Baskett, London 1767 £100-150
The National Shakespeare Tragedies, Histories, Comedies, illustrated by Sir J Noel Paton, published by William Mackenzie(3) £30-50
The Family Receipt Book, D. Hughson, printed for W. Pritichard and J. Bysh, 1817 leather bound £100-200
The Battle of Britain, published by Salamander Books Ltd, 1990 containing twenty-nine signatures of men who took part in ‘The Battle of Britain’ to include Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir John Grandy who was the only officer who fought and commanded a squadron during the Battle of Britain. PROVENANCE: Air Vice Marshall Bird-Wilson (1919-2000) who was known as “Birdy” was a spitfire pilot in WW2 and a member of the “Guinea pig club”. This lot is sent in for sale by one of his descendants. £100-200
Desert Rat Sketch Book, Clifford Saber, published by Sketchbook Press, 1959 in slipcase £40-60
The Poetical Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning published by Smith, Elder and Co Ltd, 1907 and another The Ring and the Book, published by Oxford University Press, 1912. Both leather bound £30-50
Swinburne’s Poetical Works Vol I and II, published by William Heinemann Ltd, 1927, both with leather and cloth binding £30-50
Approximately thirty hardback books on art £50-80
Approximately thirty books on art to include softbacks £40-60
Approximately thirty books on art to include softbacks £50-80
Approximately thirty books on art to include softbacks £50-80
Approximately thirty books on architecture, shipping and history £40-60
Approximately thirty art reference books
Two books titled ‘Spitfire’ published by The Harborough Publishing Company Ltd. 1946 and 75 Eventful Years, A Tribute to the Royal Air Force 1918-1993, edited by Tony Ross published by Wingham Aviation Books - Canterbury, 1993. PROVENANCE: Air Vice Marshall Bird-Wilson (1919-2000) who was known as “Birdy” was a spitfire pilot in WW2 and a member of the “Guinea pig club”. This lot is sent in for sale by one of his descendants. £30-50 Stereo scope fold out picture book showing horse and carriages together with “This is The Great Exhibition Of The Idleness of All Nations”, small book of humorous coloured scenes. £30-50 Hook; The Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury, 11 volumes, 2nd edition, pub’d 1861, £30-50 Hawthorne Nathaniel, The Scarlet Letter, illustrated by Hugh Thomson, published Methuen & Company Ltd., London 1920. Illustrated with thirty one plates £40-60
Approximately thirty art reference books £40-60
Brown’s Church History, vols I & II, printed for Ogle Allardice & Thomson, 1920, and eight other books including: Poems chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, leather bound, The Works of Virgil translated into English verse by Mr Dryden, vols. II & III, both leather bound, Lord of the Isles a Poem by Walter Scott, 2nd ed.1815, leather bound, The Works of Robert Burns in 4 vols, 6th ed.1809 Don Quixote illustrated by Gustave Dore, published by Cassell Petter & Galpin, leather and cloth bound The Western Front, drawings by Muirhead Bone, published by Authority of the War Office 1917 £50-80
This section of the sale will not commence before 10.30 am Friday 28th June
Len Deighton, books including some first editions, Billion Dollar Brain, Close Up, Spy Story, Yesterday Spy and Bomber, all hardback with dustjackets (5) £30-50
Collection of Christies art catalogues, mostly Impressionist and Modern £30-50
Collection of Sotheby’s art catalogues, mostly Impressionist and Modern £30-50
Collection of Christies and Sotheby’s magazines £30-50
Guiljelmus and Johannes Blaeu, 17th/18th century hand-coloured map of China, 16 x 19½in. (41 x 48cm) £200-300 See Illustration.
18th century French map of England by S.Robert, 1778, 19”x 20” £150-250
18th century John Speed map of Somersetshire, 15 x 20in. (38 x 51cm) £100-200
18th century French map of Senegal, 19 x 13in. (48 x 33cm) £40-60
17th/18th century John Speed hand coloured map of Yorkshire £60-100
18th century map of Sussex by Robert Morden 16 x 19in. (41 x 48cm) £30-50
18th century map of Cornwall by Robert Morden 16 x 18in. (41 x 46cm) £30-50
18th century map of Huntingtonshire by Robert Morden 15 x 18in. (38 x 46cm) £30-50
18th century map of Shropshire by Robert Morden 15 x 18in. (38 x 46cm) £30-50
18th century map of Middlesex by Robert Morden 16 x 19in. (41 x 48cm) £30-50
18th century map of Buckinghamshire by John Speed 16 x 21in. (41 x 53cm) £100-200
18th century map of Dorsetshire by Robert Morden 15 x 16in. (38 x 41cm) £30-50
Francis de Sales McHugh Tribal Art Collection
Francis de Sales McHugh was born in Crows Nest, Toowomba district, Queensland Australia in 1896, the son of Irish immigrants and one of nine children. He trained as a carpenter and was employed by the District telegraph office. In the early 1920â€™s Francis was sent to the newly acquired territories of Papua and New Guinea in order to supervise the building of post offices to enable telegraphic communications between the main Island, the many small islands of the region and mainland Australia. He worked with a small band of fellow countrymen and groups of indigenous labourers, staying in the area for months on end. Francis was fascinated by the art and culture, considered distasteful by many of his peers and often returned with chests full.
keen, banishing it all to a large cupboard and as the collection grew to the garden shed. By 1935 Francis was based back in Queensland but made occasional nostalgic trips to the region. He also returned to look for friends at the end of WW2 after the occupying Japanese had left. After his death his daughters stored the collection in trunks, Joan his younger daughter came to live in England in 1957, eight large trunks followed a few years later. Some items have been on display in her Surrey home but the majority have been in the attic. The lots in this sale date from the late 19th Century although the majority are early to mid 20th Century. Nothing has been acquired after the 1950â€™s. The remainder of the collection is be sold later in the year.
His daughter Joan remembers that her mother was less
TRIBAL ART This section of the sale will not commence before 10.55 am Friday 28th June
LOTS 1620 – 1660 are part of the Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 1620 Maris Pacifici , 19th C map of the Pacific region , after Ortelius Abrahamus. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 13 x 19in. (33 x 48cm) £80-120 See Illustration. 1621
New Guinea , Mid Ramu River area a large ceremonial shield , carved in low relief, with stylised face and eye forms the raised central section with lizard representation , ochre stained. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 46½ x 18½in. (117 x 46cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
New Guinea, Massim Trobriand Islands, an ebony club of typical form with discoid handle and shallow carving of interlocking forms , late 19th to early 20th C. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales Mc Hugh Collection 32in. (81cm) £700-1,000 See Illustration.
Pacific , Admiralty Islands a wooden scoop the top carved in the form of a hornbill bird , first half 20th C. PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 16½in. (41cm) £100-150
Sepik Papua New Guinea , A carved crocodile walking stick made by natives for Francis de Sales McHugh, Carved from one piece of hardwood , the crocodile’s body forming a looped handle, the stick carving with a flowing design . and with carved head, the eyes formed from tiny shells . PROVENANCE; Given to Francis de Sales McHugh in 1933 when he was supervising the construction of a post office for the Queensland Department of Posts & Telegraphs , in New Guinea . He suffered an insect bite which turned septic , leaving him lame for some time. 32in. (81cm) £150-250 See Illustration.
New Guinea, Sepik woven fibre sleeping bags one adult , two person and two small babies bags 1920’s. PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection £50-80
New Guinea, Sepik River, Chambri Lakes , an earthenware ridge tile , stylised form of a crocodile , man and fish , with white ochre banding. PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 16½in. (41cm) £150-250 See Illustration.
Sepik Papua New Guinea , ceremonial dress with two hornbill beaks with natural fibre, PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection 18in. (46cm) £60-80
Sepik New Guinea , a mask form basket hook carved with bat form incisions, ochre stained , the base with double hook, early 20th C . PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection 24in. (61cm) £100-150
A Yamok ( village ) Cult House roof apex , Papua New Guinea Constructed of bark laid in cane and natural fibres, painted in red and white pigments. PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection 34in. (86cm) £50-80
New Guinea, Middle Sepik Region , basket hook carved representation of a myth with a stylised figure in oval surround , early 20th C PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection 38½in. (97cm) £200-400
Sepik , New Guinea . three stone adzes of split cane basketweave , three bone daggers and other implements , all first half 20th C . PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection £70-100
Chambri Lakes , New Guinea an unglazed terracotta bowl of rounded form with incised decoration. PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection 12¼in. (30cm) £50-80
Karawari River New Guinea Ipwon (cult hook) carving representation of a man , mid 20th C , on later stand. PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection £120-160
New Guinea, Sepik split cane hook for cult house, in the form of a bird, a bilum (basket) and ochre decorated sword from sword fish mid 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection £50-80
New Guinea, Sepik bone dagger , carved and stained with traditional pattern early to mid 20th C PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection 14in. (36cm) £50-80
New Guinea, Sepik man’s necklace of mask form , fibre with cowrie shell , a similar belt and a pig tusk necklace early 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection £80-120
Sepik , New Guinea , a belt of woven fibres and cut down cowrie shell each with a central thread attaching a piece of animal spinal column , early to mid 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection 28in. (71cm) £50-80 123
Sepik Papua New Guinea , lime holder carved in the form of a chicken and crocodile bamboo and split cane , first half 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection 27in. (69cm) £100-150
New Guinea Sepik , Poro Polo spirit mask from the breast bone of the Cassowary bird with earth pigment stain , early to mid 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 9 x 7in. (23 x 18cm) £100-150
Sepik Papua New Guinea, an unusual lime holder with shaped wooden head bamboo . split cane and cassawary bird feathers . PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh collection 26½in. (66cm) £100-150
New Guinea, Sepik , two globular oil containers , encased in woven cane and two cassowary bird fly whisks. PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection £50-80
Sepik New Guinea , three lime kambang (lime) cylindrical containers formed from thick bamboo each with a different design etched on to surface. mid 20 th Century, tallest 30 cm PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection £60-90
Sepik New Guinea , Tambuan , ceremonial dance costume , and mask the carved wooden mask with protruding tongue , costume of bark , natural fibres , and feathers , mid 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection £100-150
Sepik New Guinea , head hunters trumpet of cone form with incised decoration of interlocking design , early to mid 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 26in. (66cm) £80-120
Sepik , New Guinea, spear thrower of bamboo and split cane with hardwood carving representing a hornbill bird and two spears one with extensive carving , another with stained design , early to mid 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 34in. (86cm) £100-150
Sepik , Yuat River region, New Guinea, amulet , primitive carved figure of a man frog like head, adzed surface and remains of ochre pigment Early 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 16in. (41cm) £100-150 New Guinea, middle Sepik Mei mask, carved wood with black and white pigment stain , mid 20th C with later fixing. PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 16in. (41cm) £100-150
New Guinea, Sepik woven fibre mask , and a Tapa cloth the mask of oval form with raised features , 83 cm , the Tapa with design of interlocking hooks 105 x 56 cm . mid 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection £80-120
New Guinea Sepik bark painting, cut in the form of a man with elongated head incised mouth and eyes, painted with 2 colours of ochre possibly a roof gable decoration First half 20th century. PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 46 x 11½in. (117 x 28cm) £80-120
Sepik New Guinea , four hunting bows one with split cane , first half 20 th C. , Longest 201 cm PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection £80-120
Sepik New Guinea , seven spears wood , cane, with woven grip , three with barbed ends , Early to mid 20th C PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 68in. (173cm) £100-150
New Guinea, Sepik , a smoking pipe and cylindrical storage container the pipe carved and stained 47 cm , the pipe with deep wavy incisions 44 cm , First half of 20 th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection £50-80
Sepik New Guinea , a carved and stained wooden mask hook nose , pierced eyes and mouth , mid 20th C with later fixings . PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 15in. (38cm) £50-80
Sepik Papua New Guinea , a carved wooden stool, carved and stained food bowl and eating implements PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection £70-100
New Guinea, Middle Sepik region Cult House spirit head , hardwood carving a head with with concentric eyes in relief , elongated reptilian nose, the reverse carved with a fish , ochre pigment stain , late 19th to early 20th Century PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 21in. (53cm) £200-400 See Illustration.
New Guinea middle Sepik Ramu mask with relief carving of a bat crocodile spine chip carved border , with later fixing , early to mid 20th C . PROVENANCE : Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 16in. (41cm) £80-120
Massim, Trobriand Islands a lime spatula and a club the spatula finely carved with line work of stylised mask and figure with lime in fill 38 cm on custom made stand , a paddle form club with incised decoration 66 cm and a pestle and mortar , early to mid 20th C. PROVENANCE ; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £200-300 See Illustration.
Sepik , New Guinea A collection of spears , two extensively carved , others barbed or with natural fibre and feather grip (7) Mid 20th C . 200 to 320 cm PROVENANCE ; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection £200-300
Sepik Papua New Guinea , fishing baskets . Three of vessel form , a natural fibre net and another with split cane frame PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection £50-80
Sepik , New Guinea a life size Ancestor figure , carved wood , pronounced nose , cowrie shell eyes the knees with slight bend , slightly hunched shoulders, The body with extensive line work carving, depicting the scarring that results from the manhood initiation ceremony , in which a youth is scarred to emulate a crocodile , so acheiving greater strength. Late 19th to early 20th C PROVENANCE; Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 65in. (165cm) £2,000-3,000 See Illustration. ************************************** 1661 Two African carved hardwood female figures, one with shells in her hair, both seated, 26” and 24” high respectively £100-200
19th century ivory tusk, carved in the form of a herd of Elephants, walking towards a crocodile 30in. (76cm) £100-200
Second half of the 20th century carved wood African mask 12” high £30-50
Second half of the 20th century carved wood African mask 15” £30-50
Second half of the 20th century carved wood African mask 10” high £30-50
Second half of the 20th century carved wood African mask 7”, five miniature masks and a bowl £30-50
Second half of the 20th century bead work panel £30-50 See Illustration.
Second half of the 20th century bead work wall hanging beaded skirt 35” wide £30-50
Second half of the 20th century African shawl width 54” £30-50
African tribal shield formed from stretched animal skin , and a fly whisk 34in. (86cm) £30-50
Copy of the Black Adder II costume
FILM AND TELEVISION POSTERS AND MEMORABILIA
Quantity of mini lobby cards including, All That Jazz, The Stud, Spider-Man, The Sweeney, House Of Dark Shadows, Piranha, O Lucky Man, The Battle Of The Planet Of The Apes, Porky’s and many others (400 approx) £50-80
Quantity of 10 x 8 film stills, some silver gelatin, including Cabaret, Wuthering Heights, Belle De Jour, Ten Days Wonder, Duke Of The Plains (John Wayne), Julie Andrews, The Golden Voyage Of Sinbad and many others (300 approx) £80-120
Quantity of 10 x 8 film stills, some silver gelatin, including Audrey Hepburn, Lord Randolph Churchill, Julie Andrews, Anna Karina, Che, Clint Eastwood, The Sting and many others (300 approx) £80-120
Quantity of mini lobby cards including, Borsalino, Wizards, Vincent Price in Theatre of Blood, Midnight Cowboys, Paper Moon, Romeo and Juliet and many others (300 approx) £50-80
Quantity of film stills, some silver gelatin, mainly 7 x 5 including Raffles, The Ravagers, Spiderman, Woody Allen, Mackenna’s Gold, Humphey Bogart, Bette Davis, Gandhi, and others, numerous Birthday Cards from The Late Show and many others (150 approx) £30-50
Quantity of mini lobby cards including Last Tango In Paris, The Conversation, Khartoum, Escape From The Planet Of The Apes, The Blues Brothers and many others (300 approx) £50-80
Quantity of 10 x 8 film stills, some silver gelatin, including Richard Burton, Racquel Welch, Alexander Nevsky, Sweet Charity, Malcolm McDowell, Anthony Quinn, The Boyfriend, Mad Max and many others (350 approx) £80-120
Quantity of Disney mini lobby cards including Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, Winnie The Pooh, Fantasia, Dumbo and original 10 x 8 film stills silver gelatin from Dumbo and Fantasia (45 approx) £40-60
Quantity of Steve McQueen 10 x 8 film stills and mini lobby cards including, Bullitt, Papillon, The Getaway and the Magnificent Seven, (25 approx) £40-60 See Illustration.
Quantity of comedy related 10 x 8 film stills and mini lobby cards, including Carry On and Monty Python, Gene Wilder and Marty Feldman, (45 approx) £30-50
Quantity of Science Fiction related film stills and mini lobby cards including, Dr Who, Alien, Tron, Blade Runner and others, (50 approx) £40-60
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. This section of the sale will not commence before 11.25 am Friday 28th June 1672
Alice’s Restaurant (1969) British Quad film poster, starring Arlo Guthrie & a set of mini lobby cards, folded, A £50-80
Quantity of mini lobby cards including Cromwell, Silver Dream Racer, The Boyfriend, The Graduate, The Swarm, Superman II, The Deer Hunter and many others (400 approx) £50-80
Quantity of mini lobby cards including, The Men From U.N.C.L.E. One Spy Too Many, Logan’s Run, Electra Glide In Blue, Woodstock, Beneath The Planet Of The Apes, In The Heat Of The Night and many others (400 approx) £50-80
Quantity of Cult 10 x 8 film stills and mini lobby cards including, Jaws, Bruce Lee, The Godfather, Clockwork Orange, James Bond, Serpico, Alfred Hitchcock, Easy Rider, Get Carter and many others (140 approx) £80-120 See Illustration.
Quantity of War and Western related 10 x 8 film stills and mini lobby cards including, Zulu, The Longest Day, The Good, The Bad & The Ugly, Clint Eastwood, Kelly’s Heroes, The Caine Mutiny, Red River, John Wayne, Butch Cassidy, The Wild Bunch and many others (80 approx) £50-80
Quantity of 10 x 8 film stills and mini lobby cards including, The Sound Of Music, Bonnie & Clyde, Audrey Hepburn, Charade, Elizabeth Taylor, Julie Christie, Marx Brothers, Seven Samurai, Frank Sinatra, Cabaret, Gone With The Wind, The Wizard Of Oz, The Moon Is Blue, High Society, Ziegfeld Follies, Some Like It Hot, Elvis Presley and many others, (120 approx) £80-120
Quantity of Campaign books and Synopsis sheets from films including Clockwork Orange, Carry On Girls, The Getaway, Papillon, Taste The Blood Of Dracula, Tron, Fantasia, Dumbo, Dirty Harry and many others (250 approx) £80-120
Quantity of mainly Quad film posters including Flash Gordon, Django Kill, Secret Ceremony, Jules et Jim, Companeros, The Peace Game, Ingar Bergman’s films and others (23) £40-60
O Lucky Man! (1973) British Quad film poster, starring Malcolm McDowell, folded, A £40-60
Quantity of Double Crown film posters, The Great St. Trinians Train Robbery(Qty), The Man From U.N.C.L.E.(Qty), Curse Of The Crimson Altar, Cool Hand Luke, Four Kinds Of Love, Melody, Boeing Boeing and others, cinema advertising posters and poster cuttings from numerous films including James Bond Thunderball £80-120
The Rocky Horror Show, Alive On Stage, Chelsea Cinema, Theatre poster, rolled, A, 51 x 76cm £80-120 See Illustration.
Alfie (1966) Double Quad film poster with a Double Crown film poster, starring Michael Caine, folded, B £80-120
A poster for Andy Warhol’s play ‘Pork’ at The Round House, London, 1971, and a Rock Carmen poster £50-80
Born Free (1966) British Quad film poster, folded, B £60-90
The Ambushers (1967), British Quad film poster, starring Dean Martin as Matt Helm, rare flying saucer artwork, single fold, B £80-120
Flash Gordon (1936), British Quad film poster, 1960’s re-release, starring Buster Crabbe, folded, A £30-50
Chinatown (1974), collection of lobby cards from the film, 3 separate sets, (28) B £20-40
Lolita (1962), US lobby card, No 7, B
Taking Woodstock (2009) US One sheet film poster, directed by Ang Lee, rolled, A £40-60
The Enforcer (1976) British Quad film poster, starring Clint Eastwood, folded, B £80-120
Quantity of film photographic stills and mini lobby cards from films including The Wild Geese, Superman, Paul Newman, David Bowie, Rosemary’s Baby, The Outlaw Josey Wales, Willy Wonka and others (200+) £70-100
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 £100-150
Soldier Blue (1970) British Quad film poster, Western starring Candice Bergen, tri-folded, B £80-120
Four British Quad film posters including, Goliath King Of The Slaves (1963), A Town Called Bastard (1971), Valdez Is Coming (1971), Becket (1964), Double Quad The Spy Who Came In From The Cold (1965), A-B £40-60
Star Wars (1977) German film poster, artwork by Tom Jung, folded, A 33 x 23in. (84 x 58cm) £60-90
Television, A Monthly Magazine The World`s First Television Journal Vol.1 No.1, illustrated, March 1928 £60-80
2001: A Space Odyssey (19?) US One sheet film poster, directed by Stanley Kubrick, folded, A £80-120
Jour De Fete (1949) Belgian film poster, folded, C, 37x 56cm £350-450
James Bond Moonraker (1979) British Quad film poster, artwork by Dan Gouzee starring Roger Moore, rolled, A £150-250 See Illustration.
The Getaway (1972) US One sheet film poster, starring Steve McQueen & Ali MacGraw, folded, A £150-250 See Illustration.
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
Quantity of Vintage signed postcard photographs and business cards by actors, entertainers, conductors, composers and musicians mainly from Germany and stars of the silent film era from the early 20th century including Anna May Wong, Anny Ondra (Hitchcock), Harry Liedtke, Gustav Frohlich (Metropolis), Hugo Reichenberger, Rudolf KleinRugge, Reinhold Schunzel, Hans Stowe, Kurt Vespermann, Fred Louis Lerch, Grete Reinwald, Evelyn Holt, Aud Egede-Nissen, Walter Slezak, Igo Sym, Conrad Veidt (Casablanca), Xenia Desni, Iya Mara, Neil Hamilton, Lee Parry, Vilma Banky, Willy Fritsch, Lillian Harvey, Rod la Rocque, La Jana, Richard Dix, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Lars Hanson, Jack Trevor, Ossi Oswalda, Oscar Beregi, Olaf Fjord and many others, 190 approx. PROVENANCE: From the Fenyvesi estate. Eugen Fenyvesi and his wife Hermione established Eugen Fenyvesi Weinkellerein Gmbh in 1922 as a wine merchants based in Vienna; the company grew to be one of Austria’s largest exporters and importers of wine and spirits in the 1920s and 30s and was purchased by Martini Ltd in 1969. The family were avid art collectors and active on Vienna’s social and cultural scene before being forced to flee Nazi prosecution to London in the late 1930’s. The present vendor is a descendant. £200-400
J.M. Barrie (1860-1937) Scottish Author and creator of Peter Pan, autograph on paper, with indistinct dedication, in framed display, 30x40cm £80-120
Collection of Disney related items including a signed Lion King display by Tim Rice and Elton John, an original 10x8 Peter Pan lobby card, Bill Farmer (Goofy) signed photograph and three other reproduction posters from Mickey Mouse and Snow White £40-60
Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty (1959), a signed, mounted display by Mary Costa, voice of Aurora and Walt Disney, 45x47cm £150-250
No Love For Johnnie (1960) Italian One sheet film poster, artwork by Giuliano Nistri, folded, B £40-60
Star Wars Episode I, The Phantom Menace (1999), rare cast and crew jacket, unworn with tags, Size L £40-60
We Were Soldiers (2002) Two piece US Army costume with various Insignia, named Karpushin, 16 1/2x36 £30-50
Eyes Wide Shut (1999), A pair of black security guard jackets worn in the film (2) £20-40
Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade (1989), German Great coat worn in the film originating from Angels Costumiers, bearing interior label F.C. Winterhoff Hamburg 122 96 £40-60
James Bond Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), Production Crew used jacket, Size XXL £40-60
Lord Of The Rings, The Two Towers (2002) Production Crew jacket, unworn with tags, Size S £30-50
Walt Disney (1901-1966) American Animator, full autograph in pencil with the words ‘Hi Ho Hi Ho’ below, framed 9½ x 7½in. (23 x 18cm) £200-400 See Illustration.
The Golden Compass (2007), Blue Magesterium Police jacket, bearing interior label from Angels Costumiers, Size 40 £30-50
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 £2,500-3,500
The Man Who Cried (2000), Two Jerkin style tops worn in the Johnny Depp film, bearing label from Academy Costumes, London, with names, Krougley Nikita and Gernez Anne (2) £30-50
Fifty lobby cards including, Murder In Greenwich Village (1936), starring Faye Wray (8), Extortion (1938) (8), Meet Boston Blackie (1941), Meet Nero Wolfe (1936) and others £30-50
Fifty Nine War related lobby cards including Two Man Submarine (1944), Commandos Strike At Dawn (1942), Appointment In Berlin (1943), Schlinder’s List (1994) and others (US and British £30-50
Mission Impossible II (2000), Crew / Production leather jacket bearing interior label from Paramount Pictures, Size XS £80-120
Nine signed Ballet posters, including Judi Dench, Derek Jacobi, Felicity Kendall, a photo signed by Margot Fonteyn and other related items £70-100
A pair of used and signed ballet point shoes by Darcy Bussell, a signed photograph and three other publicity photos £200-400 See Illustration.
A large quantity of early to mid 20th century Ballet programmes including The Regent Theatre, Covent Garden, My Fair Lady, The Dancer, The Dancing Times, (some signed) 300 approx £50-80
Lease Of Life (1954) British Quad film poster, starring Robert Donat and Kay Walsh, folded, B £40-60
James Bond, Goldfinger (1964) British Quad film poster, Style B, artwork by Robert Brownjohn, Eon/United Artists, linen backed, A Rare version of the poster in probably the finest condition in existence £8,000-12,000 See Illustration.
James Bond Thunderball & You Only Live Twice (1970) One sheet Double Bill film poster, rolled, B £80-120
The Italian Job (1969), US Three sheet film poster, Paramount, linen backed, (A) £700-1000 See Illustration.
The Italian Job (1969) Japanese film poster, linen backed, A 58 x 20½in. (147 x 51cm) £700-1000
The Jungle Book (1967) US One sheet film poster, Walt Disney, framed, A £200-400
The Prisoner Of Zenda (1952), US One sheet film poster, starring Stewart Granger and Deborah Kerr, linen backed, A £80-120
Above Us The Waves (1955) US One sheet film poster, starring John Mills, linen backed, A £80-120
The Phantom Of The Opera (1962), US One sheet film poster, Hammer Film Productions, Horror starring Herbert Lom, Linen backed, A £300-500
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (1966), British Quad film poster, Western starring Clint Eastwood, Linen backed, A £200-400 See Illustration.
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) 1963 RR, US three sheet film poster, Alfred Hitchcock crime Thriller, linen backed, A £150-250
For a Few Dollars More (R-1971) Italian 2-Foglio film poster, Western starring Clint Eastwood, linen backed, A £150-250 1744
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The Aristocats (1970) British Quad film poster, Walt Disney, framed, A £200-400 Sex Pistols, A rare banned promotional poster ‘Young Flesh Required, The Great Rock ‘N’ Roll Swindle’(1979), designed by Jamie Reid, Virgin, with a Sid & Nancy (1986) and The Filth and The Fury (2000) One sheet posters, rolled, A, (3) £500-800 See Illustration.
Texas Terror (R-1939). US One sheet film poster, starring John Wayne, Monogram Pictures, folded, A £150-250 See Illustration.
Clash of the Titans (1981) US One sheet film poster, signed by Harry Hamlin & Ray Harryhausen, folded, A £50-80
The Wicker Man (1974) US One sheet film poster and a 1979 re-release poster, Horror, folded, A (2) £50-80
Some Like It Hot (1959) French Petite film poster, starring Marilyn Monroe, folded, B £80-120
Battle of Britain, a jacket used in the film by Michael Caine, bearing label for Berman £150-250
Young Frankenstein (1974) US One sheet film poster & a pressbook, starring Mel Brooks, folded, A £80-120
Marilyn Monroe, American Actress & Singer, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes six US lobby cards, The Seven Year Itch Campaign book and a Niagara French Campaign book £150-250
Troy (2004) Prop shield used in the film when the Mryidons attack the Trojans, 88cm £40-60
Kingdom Of Heaven (2000) Bow and arrow set used on the film in leather quiver with eight arrows, 119cm £70-100
Alexander (2004) Persian bow and arrow set used in the film, leather and fabric quiver with eight arrows, 100cm £70-100
Four Feathers (2002), film prop Sudanese soldier’s metal sword, 79cm £30-50
Black Hawk Down (2001) prop RPG missile used in the film, 81cm £40-60
Hamlet (1996) Two hats worn in the film, one with Steve Adams, Richmond Studios marked inside (2) £30-50
Alexander (2004) emblem, Medusa’s head, that was on the armour/costume of Colin Farrell in the film, 13cm £40-60
Mackenna’s Gold (1969) Leather horse saddle bag used by Gregory Peck in the Western film, can be seen at the start of the movie when Mackenna is shot £80-120
James Bond, Die Another Day (2002) hovercraft pilot’s cap, goggles and scarf, used in the film (3) £100-150
Sahara (2005) Massarde costume used in the film by Lawrence Brown, cap, shirt, t-shirt, trousers and boots (5) £30-50
Animatronic pig from Jim Henson’s Creative Shop, used in the theatre version of Dr Doolittle, designed to be seated in a bath, with electrics, 53cm £150-250
James Bond, Skyfall (2012) Unworn Cast and Crew cap with Beechfield label and a T Shirt with Screen Stars label, Size XL £30-50
James Bond, Skyfall (2012), a large production folder containing numerous storyboards, from scenes including Bike Crash, Chase and Bridge Fall, Indian Train scene, Underground Chase, Silva’s Island, End Sequence and others, along with an Information pack on Turkey, a call sheet and a 2nd Unit One Line Schedule (Issued on Green) £80-120
The Mummy (1999), prop rifle from the desert scene in the film, 132cm l £40-60
Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason “On The Edge” (2004), film production used clapper board, call sheet and travel movement order £50-80 See Illustration.
A Quantity of 10 x 8 film stills of Charlie Chaplin including Work, Easy Street, A Dog’s Life, Dough & Dynamite, Night Out and others (24) £50-80
Vertigo (1958) Danish film poster, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, folded, 85 x 62cm, B £200-400 See Illustration.
The Quiet Man (1952) Danish film poster, directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne, artwork by K Wenzel, folded, 84 x 62cm, B £80-120
A large collection of mini lobby cards to include James Bond Moonraker, Star Wars, The Sound Of Music, Superman, The Elephant Man, Jaws, Battle For The Planet of the Apes, Disney and others, 30+ sets £150-250
The Cat People (1957) US one sheet film poster, starring Barbara Shelley, linen backed, A £50-80
James Bond, You Only Live Twice, advertising poster, artwork by Frank McCarthy, rolled, B 40 x 15in. (102 x 38cm) £150-250 See Illustration. Quantity of 10 x 8 film movie stills, some sliver gelatin including The Misfits, John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe, Clint Eastwood, Ziegfeld Girl, Becket, Gold Diggers of 1935, Stagecoach, For A Few Dollars More, The Monte Carlo Story, Easy To Love, Small Town Girl, Judy Garland, Marlene Dietrich, Rose Marie, Maurice Chevalier and others (200+) £100-150
Large collection of mini lobby cards, most complete sets including Convoy, Jason & the Argonauts, China Syndrome, Airplane! Death on the Nile, Killerfish (25+sets) £60-80
The Cincinnati Kid (1965) Four original storyboards from the film, starring Steve McQueen, charcoal, signed Dukelski, with MGM cert, No 0372, mounted, (4) £100-150
Framed collage of the film star Bette Davis by Magdalena Byfield from 1981 £50-80
Framed collage of the film star Jean Harlow by Magdalena Byfield from 1981 £50-100
A replica Excalibur prop sword from the film King Arthur £50-80
Walt Disney, Dewey and Louie original hand painted cel, framed, 20x30cm £50-80
Walt Disney, Hand painted cel of Dewey, framed, 21x30cm £50-80
Walt Disney, Pencil drawing of Scrooge McDuck, framed, 23.5x30.5cm £50-80
Looney Tunes, hand painted cel of Taz, framed, 20x34cm £50-80
Lucky Luke hand painted cel, framed, 20x25cm £50-80
Above Us The Waves (1955) US one sheet film poster, folded, B £50-80
Marlene Dietrich (1901-92), actress/singer, autograph on paper in blue biro along with other signed opera programmes and pages from mainly the 1950’s £40-60
Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013), signed programme ‘The First Lady’, one on cover and another inside, with a certificate of authenticity £50-80
Douglas Fairbanks (1909-2000), actor, signed compliments slip with letter, dated January 19th 1983 £30-50
Sidney Sheldon (1917-2007), Novelist, signed letters, 12 in total, from the 1970’s £50-80
‘The Time of The Cuckoo’, play, documents relating to the production, signatures of Vic Damone, Joan Fontaine and others £50-80
Dudley Moore (1935-2002), Actor, collection of items including a signed photograph and an Italian Arthur film poster £30-50
Six US half Sheet film posters from the 1950s including, The Deep Six (1958), Double Deal (1951), The End Of The Affair (1954), The Girl In The Red Velvet Swing (1955), My Pal Gus (1952), Ulysses (1954), B £80-120
Six US half sheet film posters including, The Court Martial Of Billy Mitchell (1956), Desire Under The Elms (1958), Violence (1947), Hi’ Ya Sailor (1943), High Time (1960), Career Girl (1944), B £100-150
The Big Sleep (1978), US half sheet film poster, Michael Winner crime film noir, artwork by Richard Amsel, rolled, A £40-60
Four film posters, The Tunnel Of Love (1958) Spanish one sheet, Rider On The Rain (1974r) US one sheet, Breakout (1975) Polish and Atlantic City (1980) French one panel, folded, B-C £60-80
Studio built Scratch model of Sky 1 from the 1970’s Gerry Anderson’s Tv series UFO, 58cm £80-120 See Illustration.
Studio built Scratch model of the Angel Interceptor from Gerry Anderson’s TV Series Captain Scarlet, 53cm £80-120
The Lost Continent (1968), US window card, Michael Carreras Hammer Productions sci-fi thriller, A £40-60
Film related items including Campaign/Press books for Lawrence Of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago, How The West Was Won and others, A Walt Disney Fantasia Deluxe Set and 8 James Bond Pan books £30-50
Five US insert posters, The Wonderful Country (1959), Confidentially Connie (1953), The Naked and The Dead (1958), Lisbon (1956) and Thunderbirds (1952), A-B £80-120
A large and varied collection of signed material including autographs from Diana Ross, Tippi Hedren, Cyd Charisse, Jodie Foster, Cyndi Lauper, Lisa Stansfield, Kim Wilde, Sigourney Weaver, Kim Basinger, Jennifer Beals, Belinda Carlise, Kelly McGillis, Carly Simon, Jessica Lange, Connie Francis, Melanie Griffith, Doris Day, Carroll Baker and others, mostly framed, 22 in total £150-250
Six US window cards, Many Rivers To Cross (1955), 7 Women (1966), The Sound and The Fury (1959), The Molly Maguires (1970), The Reluctant Debutante (1958) and The Blue Angel (1959), A £80-120
Four US window cards, Lion In Winter (1968), The Nun’s Story (1959), Esther and The King (1960), The Journey (1958), A £80-120
Four US window cards, Holiday For Lovers (1959), It Happened To Jane (1959), A Hole In The Head (1959) and Claudelle Inglish (1961), A £80-120
Kings Go Forth (1958) US window card, Delmar Daves WWII drama starring Frank Sinatra & Tony Curtis, A £30-50
The Comedians (1967) US window card, directed by Peter Glenville, starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, A £40-60
The Mad Magician (1954) US one sheet film poster, Starring Vincent Price, Columbia Pictures, linen backed, B £100-150
A collection of autographs from stars of stage & screen including Julie London, Melissa Ethridge, Patrick Stewart, Charlton Heston, Elizabeth McGovern, Tom Courtenay signed book, Elizabeth Shue, Paul Daniels and others £100-150 The Man From Del Rio (1956) Argentinian film poster starring Anthony Quinn & Katy Jurado, directed by Harry Horner, folded, A, 73.5x109.5cm £40-60 Belle Of The Yukon (1944), Argentinian film poster, William A. Seiter Canadian Gold Rush cowboy western musical, starring Randolph Scott, folded, B £40-60
The Haunted Palace (1963) US one sheet film poster, Roger Corman AIP Horror starring Vincent Price, linen backed, A £150-250 See Illustration.
Crossed Swords (1953) US one sheet film poster, starring Errol Flynn and Gina Lollobrigida, linen backed, B £150-250 See Illustration.
To Each His Own (1946), Argentinian film poster, Mitchell Leisen drama starring Olivia de Havilland, ESSEX artwork, paramount, linen backed, A £80-120
God Needs Men (1950) US/Spanish one sheet film poster, Jean Delannoy film starring Pierre Fresnay & Madeline Robinson, linen backed, B £80-120
Andy Warhol (1928-1987), An exhibition poster for ‘Warhol’ at the Tate Gallery, 17th Feb-28th Mar 1971, 76x51cm, rolled, A £300-500 See Illustration.
A Night To Remember Atlantique Latitude 41° (1958) French film poster, artwork by G. Trambouze, Rank, folded, A 47½ x 30¾in. (119 x 76cm) £150-250 See Illustration.
Autographs, Sir Hardy Aimes, Jeremy Irons, Bob Hope, John Le Carre, Cleo Laine, Rowan Atkinson, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Naim Attallah, Jeffrey Bernard, Miss Bluebell, Alan Ayckbourn, Jim Davidson, all individually framed, (12) All proceeds to be donated to charity £50-80
Autographs, Barbara Cartland, Jason Donovan, Deanna Durbin, Dame Ninette De Valois, Lady Antonia Fraser, Fiona Fullerton, William ReesMogg, Anna Raeburn, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Sir Hardy Amies, Cecil Parkinson, Galina Panova, all individually framed, (12) All proceeds to be donated to charity £50-80
Autographs, Michael Palin, Elizabeth Frink, Jeffrey Archer, David Puttnam, John Profumo, Denise Lewis, Lord Longford, Elizabeth Longford, Nick Lowe, Anna Raeburn, Sir Hardy Amies, Maureen Lipman, all individually framed, (12) All proceeds to be donated to charity £50-80
Autographs, Lynne Seymour, Herbert Lom, Selina Scott, Jonathan Ross, Moira Shearer, Albert & Michel Roux, Diana Rigg, Norman Tebbit, Lord Longford, Richard Stilgoe, John Major, Anton Mossiman, all individually signed, (12) All proceeds to be donated to charity £50-80
The Italian Job/Un Colpo All’Italiana (1969) Italian two-foglio film poster,55x39in. Paramount, folded, A 55 x 39in. (140 x 99cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
Autographs, Margaret Thatcher, Emma Thompson, Sophie Ward, Michael Winner, Lord Whitelaw, Lizzie Webb, Auberon Waugh, Bernard Weatherhill, Fatima Whitbread, Sophie Ward, Julio Iglesias, all individually framed (11) All proceeds to be donated to charity £50-80
Autographs, James Callaghan, HH Rajmata Gayatri Devi of Jaipur, Richard Branson, Peter Bowles, Sarah Brightman, Melvin Bragg, Jerry Hall, Edward Heath, Larry Hagman, Peter Hall, Robert Hawke, Lenny Henry, all individually framed, (12) All proceeds to be donated to charity £50-80
Autographs, Geoffrey Howe, Lord Carrington, Ben Kingsley, Dominic Lawson, Sue Lawley, Ludovic Kennedy, Terry Jones, Rachel Redgrave, Helmut Kohl, Neil Kinnock, Princess Caroline of Monaco, Jilly Cooper, all individually framed, (12) All proceeds to be donated to charity £50-80 1821 137
Autographs, Arthur Miller, Cameron Mackintosh, Yehudi Menuhin, Richard Attenborough, David Owen, Joan Rivers, Vera Lynn, Edward Fox, Robert Maxwell, Bruce Oldfield, Maureen Lipman, Norman Tibbet, all indivdually framed, (12) All proceeds to be donated to charity £50-80
Cover Girl (1944), technicolour original painting by Vic Fair for promotion of the film starring Rita Hayworth, Gene Kelly, Phil Silvers and Lee Bowman, the artwork was used on the video sleeve on the RCA Columbia video release, on Marwick & Paulig Superline artists drawing board, 63x52cm £200-400
Autographs, Photograph of Sharon Allen, taken by Lord Snowdon & signed, Frederick Forsyth, Richard Attenborough, Bob Hope, early Ronnie Barker, John Cleese, Jeremy Irons, Charlton Heston, all individually framed, (8) All proceeds to be donated to charity £60-90
Rosie Dixon - Night Nurse (1978) full colour original painting by Vic Fair for promotion of the film, starring Arthur Askey, Beryl Reid and John Le Mesurier, the artwork was used on the video sleeve on the RCA Columbia video release, on artists board, 56 x 36.5cm £150-250
The Reader, Phoenix pub 2008, a signed book by Ralph Fiennes and Kate Winslet, with further dedicated from Kate Winslet to inside, p/back £50-80
Entertainment, collection of autographs, two Tony Hancock signed in biro, four Lauren Bacall signed in felt tip, three Jimmy Stewart signed in bold ink, Robert Ryan dated 1943 ink ink, two Fred Zimmermann in felt tip, one dated 1983, and signed programmes, Playgoer signed by Gertrude Lawrence, Sid Field, a 1957 R.P. Orchestra signed by Mstislav Rostropovich, 1974 Birds of Paradise at the Garrick signed by all cast and crew, 1979 R.P. Orchestra signed by the composer Fricker and three others, 1980 Reflections at Theatre Royal signed by all leading cast including Donald Pleasance & Dame Dorothy £100-150
Confessions Of A Pop Performer (1975) full colour original painting by Vic Fair for promotion of the film, starring Robin Askwith as Timothy Lea, Anthony Booth and Bill Maynard, the artwork was used on the video sleeve on the RCA Columbia video release, on Marwick & Paulig Superline artist’s drawing board, 56 x 42cm £200-400
Psych-Out (1968) full colour psychedelic original painting by Vic Fair for promotion of the film, starring Susan Strasberg playing the deaf girl searching for her brother Bruce Dern, on Marwick & Paulig Superline artist’s drawing board, 68x50cm £200-400
The Curse Of The Mummy’s Tomb (1964) full colour original painting by Vic Fair for promotion of the film, Hammer Horror, directed by Michael Carreras, the artwork was used on the video sleeve on the RCA Columbia video release, on artists board, 54x39.5cm £200-400
Kipling, Joseph Rudyard (1865-1936), English Novelist and Nobel Prize Winner, three late 19th/early 20th C signed greetings cards, each signed by Rudyard Kipling, two inscribed ‘Peter’, together with a half page cutting from a period autograph album signed in ink and dated ‘22’ (4) £250-350
Star Wars, a model TIE Fighter from Episode 4, a boxed Classic Collectors Series Toy Figures with letter from Lucasfilm and two Video release display boards £30-50
The Long Ships (1964), full colour original painting by Vic Fair for promotion of the film, starring Richard Widmark & Sidney Poitier, this artwork was used on the video sleeve on the RCA Columbia video release, 74x53cm £100-150
Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941), full colour original painting by Vic Fair for promotion of the film starring Robert Montgomery, Claude Rains, Edward Everett and James Gleason from the play “Heaven Can Wait” by Harry Segal, the artwork was used on the video sleeve on the RCA Columbia video release, on artist’s board, 80x56cm £200-400
Original colour artwork for the front cover of “Superman” The Twelve Labours of Superman signed by Walt Howarth, on Daler-Rowney artist’s watercolour board, together with a signed copy of the matching World Adventure Library book, 43x30cm £200-400 See Illustration.
Alfred Hitchcock’s’ The Man Who Knew Too Much’ (1956) Italian Four Foglio film poster, starring James Stewart & Doris Day, artwork by Ercole Brini, Paramount, linen backed, 200x139cm, A £500-800 See Illustration.
The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958) full colour original painting by Vic Fair for promotion of the film, Hammer Horror, directed by Terence Fisher and starring Peter Cushing, this is the final artwork used for the video sleeve on the RCA Columbia video release and for the later DVD, on Marwick & Paulig Superline artist’s drawing board, 56.5 x 34.5cm £300-500 See Illustration.
Pulp (1972) full colour original painting by Vic Fair for the production of the UK Quad film poster, starring Michael Caine, on artist’s board together with acetate title overlay and annotations to the protective front cover, 73 x 101cm £300-500 See Illustration.
Legend Of The Werewolf (1975) full colour original painting by Vic Fair, on artist’s board, £200-400
The Odd Job (1978) full colour original painting by Vic Fair for the production of the UK Quad film poster, Columbia Pictures, starring Monty Python’s Graham Chapman and David Jason, on Oram and Robinson artist’s board with annotations in the borders, 69x96cm £200-400
Land Before Time II, original hand painted animation cel from MCA/Universal Animation Art, showing Petrie’s mother preparing the nest, with Animation Art Gallery invoice No. 1576 from 14/06/97, framed, 23x31cm £150-250
Land Before Time II, original hand painted animation multi - cel from MCA/Universal Animation Art, showing Spike, Littlefoot, Ducky, Petrie and Cera, with Animation Art Gallery invoice No. 1576 from 14/06/97, framed, 23x31cm £150-250
Original colour artwork for the front cover of “The Man From UNCLE” The Pixelated Puzzle Affair signed by Walt Howarth, on DalerRowney artist’s watercolour board, together with a signed copy of the matching World Adventure Library book 43x30cm £200-400
Planet of The Apes (1968) French film poster, artwork by Jean Mascii, starring Charlton Heston, from the novel by Pierre Boule, linen backed, 160x119cm, B £500-800 See Illustration.
A Fistful of Dollars (Unidis 1965) Italian 4-Foglio film poster, artwork by S Simeoni, Spaghetti Western starring Clint Eastwood, in his first Western, rare poster with directors name titled Bob Robertson to give the feel of an American film, the real director being the famous Italian director Sergio Leone, linen backed, 198x139cm, A £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Rio Bravo (1959) Italian 4-Foglio film poster, starring John Wayne & Dean Martin, artwork by Averardo Ciriello, printed by Vecchioni & Guadagno, Via del Casal de Morode, 8, Roma, Agosto, 1959, directed by Howard Hawks, linen backed, 200x139cm, B £300-500
Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘Psycho’ (1960) Rare style ‘B’ British Quad film poster, certificate ‘x’, this film was made with a small budget but later became a favourite for Hitchcock fans, Paramount, folded, B £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) British Quad film poster, starring Steve McQueen & Faye Dunaway, artwork by Arnaldo Putzu, printed by Lonsdale & Bartholomew of Nottingham, linen backed, A £700-1,000 See Illustration.
An album containing over 130 photos & postcards of female film stars, including Audrey Hepburn, Mai Zetterling, some signed, and others £60-80
James Mason (1909-84) signed photograph, famous for his roles in North by North West, Dr. Kildare & 20,000 leagues under the sea 7¾ x 5in. (18 x 13cm) £30-50
William Russell (1924-) Actor, a signed photo from the BBC TV series Doctor Who, one of the four original members 5½ x 3½in. (13 x 8cm) £30-50
William Hartnell (1908-1975) Actor, best known for being the first Doctor in the BBC series Doctor Who, from 1963-66, inscribed ‘Yours Sincerely William Hartnell’ 5½ x 3½in. (13 x 8cm) £60-80
One hundred photos and postcards, some signed Jane Asher, Honor Blackman & Hazel Court, Picturegoer Series included £30-50
Twenty-three in photo album comprising 13 Rotalfoto - Milano printed in Italy including Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot, Sean Connery, Kirk Douglas, James Dean, plus 10 others, various sizes £30-50
Carry On Cowboy (1966) British one sheet film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Kenneth Williams & Sid James, rolled, A £200-400
James Bond, Never Say Never Again (1983) British Quad film poster, starring Sean Connery, artwork by Renato Casaro, linen backed, A £200-400
Le Mépris (1963) French film poster, starring Brigitte Bardot, artwork by Georges Allard, linen backed, 79.5x 57cm, A £500-800 See Illustration.
Rock Hudson (1925-85) American Actor, a Kodachrome print from June 1963 signed on reverse, ‘Best of Luck Rock Hudson’ 5 x 3½in. (13 x 8cm) £30-50
Fred MacMurray (1908-91) American Actor, a signed black & white photo 5 x 3½in. (13 x 8cm) £30-50
Wilfred Brambell (1912-85) Irish Actor, a signed photo from his role as Albert Steptoe in Steptoe & Son 3½ x 5½in. (8 x 13cm) £40-60
Jack Warner (1895-1981) English Actor, signed photo ‘Good Luck Jack Warner’ with dedication, famous for his role as PC George Dixon of Dock Green 5½ x 3½in. (13 x 8cm) £40-60
Bob Hope (1903-2003) Star of the stage & screen, signed photo, ‘To Kenneth Thanks for the Memory, Bob Hope’ 7 x 5in. (18 x 13cm) £40-60
Iconic photo/postcard of Michele Morgan and Jean Marais from the film ‘Aux Yeux du Souvenir’ (1948), signed by both, this image is widely used as a symbol of romance and features as ‘Too Many Kisses’ 6 x 4in. (15 x 10cm) £40-60
Margaret Johnston (1914-2002) Actress, signed photo inscribed ‘With Best Wishes and Apologies for being so long sending this, Margaret Johnston ‘Fifth Column’, famous for her role in this Ernest Hemmingway play 6½ x 4½in. (15 x 10cm) £40-60
Alfred Hitchcock, a photo of Hitchcock, Laurence Oliver & Joan Fontaine in Rebecca (1939) signed by Olivier to bottom in blue point 4½ x 6in. (10 x 15cm) £40-60
Sylvester Stallone (1946-) Actor, a signed photo from the film Rambo 6¾ x 5in. (15 x 13cm) £30-50 1873 141
Murder is My Business (1946) British Quad film Noir poster, starring Hugh Beaumont as detective Michael Shayne, from the novel by Brett Halliday, ‘The Uncomplaining Corpse’, Early Pathe & P.r.c. Picture Logos, linen backed, B £500-800 See Illustration.
Vanishing Point (1971) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, showing a Jaguar E-Type & Dodge Challenger, linen backed, A £400-600 See Illustration.
Bonnie & Clyde (1967) British Quad film poster, starring Warren Beatty & Faye Dunaway, artwork by Tom Chantrell, linen backed, B £400-600 See Illustration.
Bad Girls (1994) Cast members suede jacket from the film, Size large, and the British Quad film poster, starring Madeleine Stowe & Andie MacDowell £30-50
The Night my Number Came Up (1955) British one sheet film poster, starring Michael Redgrave, Ealing Studios, printed by W.E. Berry Ltd, linen backed, A £250-350
One Spy Too Many (1966) British Quad film poster, starring Robert Vaughn & David McCallum, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. TV Series, linen backed, A £300-500
The Sweeney (1976) British Quad film poster, artwork by Frank Langford, starring John Thaw & Dennis Waterman, printed by W.E. Berry Ltd, linen backed, A £250-350
The Magnificent Seven (1960) British Quad film poster, Western starring Steve McQueen, Yul Brynner & Eli Wallach, printed by Stafford & Co. Ltd, linen backed, A £700-1,000 See Illustration.
The Cisco Kid, ‘The Gay Cavalier’ (1946) British Quad film poster, starring Gilbert Roland, early Monogram & Pathe pictures, printed by Stafford & Co. Ltd, linen backed, A £500-800
Twenty-One US & UK one sheet, assorted film posters - Stagecoach (1966) Art by Norman Rockwell, Next to no Time (Kenneth More), Jolly Bad Fellow, Out of Sight, The Beachcomber, Moonwalker, Munich, Children of Men, Kansas City, Main Event, Bird on a Wire etc, folded, (21) £40-60 Sixteen British Quad film posters - The Naked Runner, Frank Sinatra, Plus, King Rat (Chantrell), 1941, Kramer vs. Kramer, Smokey and the Bandit, Karate Kid 3, Shanghai Surprise, Seventh Sign, El Dorado, The Horse Whisperer, Crucible, Transformers etc, folded, (16) £40-60 Seventeen British Quad film posters - National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978), Secret Policeman’s Ball, Last American Virgin, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, The Stud, Soft Beds and Hard Battles (Peter Sellers), Nuns on the Run, Everyone Says I Love You (Woody Allen), Sister Emmanuelle, Little Miss Sunshine etc, folded, (17) £40-60 Fourteen British Quads film Posters - Robin and the Seven Hoods (Frank Sinatra) (1964) Art by Tom Chantrell, Southwest to Sonora (Marlon Brando), North Sea Hijack (Roger Moore), Fort Utah, Silver Dream Racer, Ipcress File, Merchant of Venice, Mask of Zorro, Buster Keaton’s ‘The General’’, folded, (14) £100-150 Fifteen British Quad film posters - The Sword and the Sorcerer, The Shape of Things To Come, Short Circuit, Night Wing, Namu The Killer Whale, Neverending Story Part 2, Spirit, The Wicker Man, Shrek etc, folded (15) £50-80 Twelve British Quad film posters - Sharky’s Machine Art by Tom Beauvais, The Long Riders, My Darling Clementine, Little Big Man, The Sting II, The Last Emperor, Nightshift, Cradle Will Rock, Spider-man, Pirates of the Caribbean etc, folded, (12) £40-60 Sixteen Comedy British Quad film posters Return of the Pink Panther, Adventures of a Private Eye, Impossible Years, Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Sweet & Lowdown (Woody Allen), Privates on Parade, Turner & Hooch etc, folded (16) £40-60 Fifteen British Quad Thriller film posters - The Thirty Nine Steps, art by Vic Fair, Witness, Triple Cross, The Bofors Gun, Precinct 45, Rough Treatment, Young Sherlock Holmes, Tough Guys, Unlawful Entry, folded, (15) £40-60 Fourteen Assorted film posters - Moonraker US One Sheet, James Bond Art by Dan Gouzee, Sean Connery in “From Russia with Love”, The Boy Friend, A Clockwork Orange (signed), Saturday Night Fever, James & the Giant Peach, 101 Dalmations etc, folded (14) £50-80
Fourteen Assorted Film posters - The Devil’s Rain Spanish One Sheet (27” x 39”) Art by Jano, plus Emmanuelle, Dracula, Batman, Heart of Darkness,Crossing Guard, Laurel & Hardy, folded, (14) £50-80
Thirteen US & UK One Sheet film posters - The Divided Heart (1954) UK One Sheet (27” x 40”), Made in Heaven (1952), Enigma, Moonlighting, A Great Adventure, Lightship, Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne, Little Drummer Girl, etc, folded (13) £40-60
Twelve Sets of Lobby Cards & Stills - 5 Press Stills for Andy Warhol’s “Flesh For Frankenstein” (8” x 10”), Village of the Damned (8), The Hitcher (10), The Last Temptation of Christ (8), An Innocent Man (8), Clockers (8), The Governess. (12 sets) £40-60
Nineteen British Quad film posters - Yesterday’s Hero, Art by Arnaldo Putzu, Damnation Alley / Thunder and Lightning (Bysouth), That’ll Be The Day (Putzu), Where Does It Hurt?, Wilt, Woman in Red, Only Cowgirls Get The Blues, An Innocent Man, Hot Stuff / Steel etc, folded, (19) £50-80
Twelve British Quad film posters - The Devils (1971), Directed by Ken Russell, Devils of Darkness, Devil’s Playground, Parsifal, Year of the Dragon, Yanks, Under Siege, Warriors of Virtue etc, folded, (12) £40-60
Seventeen British Quad film posters - Woman Times Seven, Art by Chantrell, The Wrath of God (Mitchum), The Three Musketeers, 10, Young Lady Chatterley, Wish You Were Here, Tess, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Teen Wolf etc, folded, (17) £50-80
Fifteen British Quad film posters, Death Warmed Up, Graham Humphreys art, (1984), Lili Marleen (Art by Chantrell), Tarzan the Ape Man, The Devil’s Own, Teen Wolf, Island of Dr. Moreau, Nanny, I Love you to Death etc, folded, (15) £80-120
Seventeen British Quad film posters - Doctor Zhivago, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Touch of Class, Peggy Sue Got Married, Bridget Jones’ Diary, Anna Karenina, Wish You Were Here, Remains of the Day, Eat A Bowl of Tea etc. folded, (17) £70-100
Seventeen British Quad film posters - Henry VIII, Hopscotch, Jane Eyre (George C Scott), Ladies in Lavender, Legends of the Fall, Ragtime, Always, Quo Vadis etc, folded (17) £60-90
Twenty Six British Quad film posters - The Hunter (Steve McQueen), Angry Dragon, Riding High, Fahrenheit 9/11, Los Debutantes, Two Moon Junction, Tank Malling, Sexy Beast, War of the Roses, Repossessed etc, folded, (26) £80-120 143
Twenty five film posters - Silken Affair, It’s Only Money, The Witches, The Raven, Seconds, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Deadly Blessing, All At Sea, Alive, Moonwalker, The Jokers, How to Undress in Public, J. Edgar, Sunshine State, Paradise Now etc, folded (25) £80-120
Fourteen British Quad original Film Posters Permission to Kill (Dirk Bogarde), Barton Fink, Scent of a Woman, Sixth Sense, Black Rain, Power of One, folded. (14) £50-80
Five British Quad film posters - Herbie Rides Again (Walt Disney), Incredible Journey, Rock A Doodle, Spirit and Mac and Me, folded, (5) £30-50
Nineteen British Quad film posters - Times Square, Whore, James Bond Tomorrow Never Dies, Los Debutantes, Fahrenheit 9/11, Love at Large, Too Hot to Handle, Winner, folded (19) £50-80
Twelve British Quad film posters, The Incredible Journey (Walt Disney), The Witches (Roald Dahl), High Wind in Jamaica, Treasure Island, folded, (12) £40-60
Thirteen British Quad film posters - The Hireling (Art by Vic Fair), Far From the Madding Crowd, The English Patient, Philadelphia, folded, (13) £50-80
Twelve British Quad film posters - Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, Freejack (Mick Jagger), Manson, Tomorrow Never Dies (James Bond), folded, (12) £50-80
Twelve British Quad film posters - French Lieutenant’s Woman, Midsummer Nights Sex Comedy (Woody Allen), Rose, Indecent Proposal, Shakespeare in Love, folded (12) £40-60
Eleven British Quad film posters - Silver Dream Racer, art Vic Fair, Riding High, Robin Hood, Little Dorrit (Dickens), folded, (11) £50-80
Thirteen British Quad film Posters - The Cheap Detective, Return of the Pink Panther, The First Great Train Robbery, Starting Over, Private Benjamin, etc, folded, (13) £40-60
Fifteen British Quad Film Posters - The Third Day, Plus, Midnight Express, Frankie & Johnnie, A Good Woman, Striptease, folded, (15) £60-90
Fourteen British Quad film posters - How to Steal a Diamond (Robert Redford) Quad, All The Presidents Men, Green Ice & I Confess folded, (14) £50-80
Tragodie Einer Leidenschaft (1949) German film poster, Artwork by Meerwald, linen backed, A 33 x 23in. (84 x 58cm) £50-80
Midnight Lace (1960) US One Sheet film poster, starring Doris Day, linen backed, A £50-80
The Pride Of St. Louis (1952) British Quad film poster, 20th C Fox, rolled, A £20-40
Two rolled posters of Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo, Marilyn, Pinewoods photo by Baron 1954, 1992, Zurich, Richman Agency, Garbo, photo by Lawrence Sinclair Bull, 1989, designed by Patty Burke £30-50
Sixteen British Quad film posters - Race with the Devil (Chantrell), Honky Tonk Freeway, Stage Beauty, I’ll Sleep when I’m Dead, Othello, The Life & Death of Peter Sellers, folded (16) £60-90 Fifteen British Quad film posters - Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Art by Petragnami, Velvet Goldmine, White Noise, Grand Theft Parsons, Too Hot to Handle etc, folded (24)£50-80 Sixteen British Quad film posters - Raid on Entebbe, Plunder Road, Rififi, Hiding Place, The Sun, Hunt for Red October, Target, Amistad etc, folded (16) £70-100 Twenty-four British Quad film posters - High Road to China (Art by Mascii) (Photo), Island of Doctor Moreau, Avengers, Freejack(Mick Jagger), Holocaust 2000 (Kirk Douglas), Hawk the Slayer (Jack Palance), Renegades, Velvet Goldmine, The Bitch (1979, Joan Collins), Still Life, Life & Death of Peter Sellers, Pacific Heights, folded (24) £60-90 Twenty film posters - The Love Lottery, Billion Dollar Brain, Young Caesar, Time After Time, Burn, Alive, Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade, Lost in Space, Peter Pan, Neverending Story part 2, Careful, Morituri, I’d Rather be Rich, Cyclone, etc, folded, (20) £70-100
Nine Walt Disney British Quad film posters Rescuers, Incredible Journey, Aladdin, Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs, The Little Mermaid, folded, (9) £60-90
Fourteen British Quad film posters - Velvet Goldmine (Photo) Plus, Hair, Heavy Metal, California Holiday (Elvis Presley), Honky Tonk Freeway etc, folded, (14) £70-100
Eleven Horror genre British Quad film posters - House 2, Inseminoid, Incubus, Flowers in the Attic, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Hand that Rocks the Cradle, He Knows You’re Alone! folded, (11) £50-80
Eleven Horror British Quad film posters - The Hills Have Eyes, The World is Full of Married Men, art by Chantrell, Happy Birthday to Me, He Knows You’re Alone!, Pet Cemetary, Psycho, Return from the Ashes (1965), Abyss (James Cameron) £60-90 The Evil Of Frankenstein (1964) US One sheet film poster, Hammer Horror starring Peter Cushing, Universal, as illustrated in ‘The Art of Hammer’ by Marcus Hearn p.93, linen backed, A £150-250
U2, Rattle & Hum film door panel poster, rolled, A 60 x 18in. (152 x 46cm) £50-80
The Spy who Loved Me / The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1977/76) 007 James Bond British Quad film poster, folded, B £50-80 See Illustration.
Phaedra (1962) British Quad film poster, starring Melina Mercouri & Anthony Perkins, folded, B £30-50
Monty Python’s Life of Brian (1979) British Quad film poster, artwork by Josh Kirby, folded, A £40-60
The Exorcist (1973) British Quad film poster, This cult film attracted large cinema queues including the local clergy warning patrons of the dangers in watching the film, folded, A £50-80
The Lady Vanishes (1979) British Quad film poster art by Jock Hinchliffe, Hammer films, rare, As illustrated in “The Art of Hammer” by Marcus Hearn p.191, folded, A £200-400
Reservoir Dogs (1991) British Quad film poster, Quentin Tarantino, Considered by many as the most influential film of the Nineties, the success of this film came as a surprise even to the debuting writer/ director Tarantino, folded, B £80-120
The Chiltern Hundreds (1949) British six sheet film poster, artwork by Eric Pulford, folded, B 81 x 80in. (206 x 203cm) £50-80
Six Charlie Chaplin UK Lobby cards (8 x 10 inch) inc. “The Gold Rush” and “The Circus” B £40-60
Without A Clue (1988) British Quad film poster, starring Michael Caine as Sherlock Holmes, folded, B £30-50
Blonde in Black Leather (Lucky Girls) (1975) full set of original 8 Italian Photobustas film posters (20 x 28 inch), Starring Claudia Cardinale (8), B £30-50
Winning (1969) British Quad film poster, motor racing movie starring Paul Newman, Eagle racing car artwork, folded, A £80-120
Finian’s Rainbow (1968) British Quad film poster, artwork by Chantrell, starring Fred Astaire & Petula Clarke, folded, B £50-80
The Wicked Lady (1983) British Quad film poster, artwork by Brian Bysouth, starring Faye Dunaway, folded, A £40-60
Around the World Under the Sea (1965) British Quad film poster, starring Lloyd Bridges the Master scuba diver in the TV series, Sea Hunt, filmed on the Great Barrier Reef and in the Bahamas by director Andrew Marton, folded, A £80-120 See Illustration.
Tom Horn (1980) British Quad film poster, starring Steve McQueen as a notorious cavalry scout turned bounty hunter, folded, A £30-50
Three Hats For Lisa (1965) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Sid James, folded, C £30-50
The Ten Commandments (1956) British Quad film poster, starring Charlton Heston, folded, A £20-40
Pale Rider (1985) British Quad film poster, artwork by Dudash, Western starring Clint Eastwood, folded £60-80
The Venetian Affair (1966) British Quad film poster, starring Robert Vaughn, MGM, folded, A £40-60
The Robe (1964-R) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Richard Burton, folded, A £50-80
Death Kick (1973) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, produced by Run Run Shaw, folded, A £50-80
The Reviers (1969) British Quad film poster, starring Steve McQueen, folded, A £50-80
Deathtrap (1982) British Quad film poster, starring Michael Caine & Christopher Reeve, folded, A £30-50
The Hunter (1980) British Quad film poster, starring Steve McQueen as the Bounty Hunter, folded, A £30-50
Death Wish (1974) British Quad film poster, starring Charles Bronson in movie that established the vigilante genre, folded, A £20-40
Phantasm (1978) British Quad film poster, directed by Don Coscarelli, folded, A £30-50
Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972) British Quad film poster, starring Vincent Price, folded, A £40-60
House (1986) British Quad film poster, Horror starring William Katt as Roger Cobb, folded, A £40-60
Doctor Zhivago (1965) British Quad film poster, starring Omar Shariff, Julie Christie & Alec Guinness, folded, A £80-120
The Revolt of Mamie Stover (1956) British Quad film poster, artwork by Jock Hinchcliffe, starring Jane Russell, folded, B £50-80
Dressed To Kill (1980) British Quad film poster, starring Michael Caine & Angie Dickinson, folded, A £30-50
Paint Your Wagon (1969) British Quad film poster, starring Clint Eastwood, folded, B £40-60
Evil Under The Sun (1982) British Quad film poster, from the Novel by Agatha Christie, folded, A £30-50
The Incredible Journey (1963) British Quad film poster, Walt Disney, folded, A £40-60
Herbie Rides Again (1974) British Quad film poster, artwork by Bysouth, Walt Disney, folded, A £30-50
The Wanderers (1979) British Quad film poster, Cult classic of Italian-American kids in the Bronx New York, folded, A £50-80
The Warriors (1979) British Quad film poster, artwork by Freeman, gangland thriller directed by Walter Hill, folded, B £50-80
Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo (1977) & Herbie Goes Bananas (1980) British Quad film posters, Walt Disney, folded, A £50-80
Grease (1978) British One Sheet film poster, starring John Travolta & Olivia Newton John, folded, A 45 x 30in. (114 x 76cm) £50-80
Arabesque (1966) British Quad film r-r poster, spy thriller starring Gregory Peck & Sophia Loren, folded, B £40-60
What’s Up Nurse! (1978) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Nicholas Field & John Le Mesurier, folded, A £30-50
What’s up Superdoc! (1978) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Harry Corbett & Bill Pertwee, folded, A £30-50
Henry VIII and his Six Wives (1972) British Quad film poster, artwork by Josh Kirby, starring Jane Asher, folded, B £30-50
Raid On Entebbe (1977) British Quad film poster, starring Charles Bronson & Peter Finch, folded, A £30-50
Being There (1979) British Quad film poster, starring Peter Sellers, folded, A £50-80
Carry On Again Doctor (1969) British Quad film poster, artwork by Arnaldo Putzu, comedy starring Jim Dale & Charles Hawtrey, folded, A £50-80
Jason and The Argonauts / Mysterious Island (1978-R) British Quad film poster, folded, B £50-80
Fourteen British Quad film posters, “Papillon” UK Quad (Steve McQueen) Art Tom Jung, Aggression, Red Tent, Ransom, Dick Tracy, Dangerous Liaisons, Deserters, Darling Lili, White Mischief, Valachi Papers etc, folded (14) £80-120
Papillon (1973) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Jung, starring Steve McQueen & Dustin Hoffman, folded, A £40-60
Twenty-six British Quad film posters “Phantasm” UK Quad, Deaf Smith, Dead and Buried, Death Ship, Death Weekend, Death in the sun, Dogs of War, Dracula, Doomsday Flight, Valentino etc, folded, (26) £80-120 The Sandpiper (1965) British Quad film poster, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, folded, A £40-60
Peyton Place (1957) British Quad film poster, early Tom Chantrell artwork, starring Lana Turner, CinemaScope, 20th Century Fox, folded, B £50-80
Follow That Camel (1967) British Quad film poster, artwork by Renato Fratini, Carry on featuring Phil Silvers, Kenneth Williams, folded, A(C) £50-80
Clash of the Titans (1981) British Quad film poster, artwork by Roger Huyssen, Starring Laurence Olivier as Zeus, Maggie Smith and Ursula Andress as Aphrodite, featuring Ray Harryhausen stop motion special effects, folded, B £40-60
City Heat (1984) British Quad film Poster, starring Clint Eastwood and Burt Reynolds, folded, B £30-50
Champions (1983) British Quad film poster, starring John Hurt in Bob Champion’s story, folded, A £30-50
The Champ (1979) British Quad film poster, starring Faye Dunaway and John Voight, directed by Franco Zeffirelli, folded, A £30-50
Carry On Columbus (1992) British Quad double-sided film poster, artwork by Brian Bysouth, folded, A £30-50
Caravan of Courage (1984) - An Ewok Adventure, British Quad film poster, artwork by Drew Struzan, story by George Lucas (Star Wars) and featuring Ewoks, folded, A £30-50
Cannibal / Psychic Killer British Quad film Poster, X Certificate double-bill, folded, B £30-50
Carry on up the Khyber (1968), British Quad Film poster, artwork by Fratini, starring Sid James, Kenneth Williams & Charles Hawtrey, folded, B £100-150
Legend Of The Werewolf (1974) British One sheet film poster, artwork by Vic Fair, Hammer Horror starring Peter Cushing, directed by Freddie Francis, rolled, A £150-250 See Illustration.
Nineteen British Quad Film Posters - Ask Any Girl, The Forsythe Saga, Carrie, Freddy’s Dead, Chariots of Fire Confessions of a Window Cleaner, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Cinderella, Care Bears I & II, folded (19) £50-80
Thirty-eight US & UK original Lobby Cards “Extortion”, Blonde from Brooklyn, Dying Young, (38) £30-50
Thirty-Two War original lobby cards “Arms and the Woman” Edward G Robinson, One Against Seven, Bridge on the River Kwai etc. (32) £30-50
Twenty Lobby Cards & film posters, Quad for Dial RAT for Terror, UK 8x10 Lobby cards for Hellraiser, Piranha, E. T. The Extra Terrestrial etc (20) £30-50
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) British Quad film Poster, Steven Spielberg’s classic science fiction film, folded, A £40-60
Charles Griffin, original cartoon colour artwork showing Michael Caine being knighted by HRH Queen Elizabeth, signed, framed 12 x 15in. (30 x 38cm) £150-250
Audrey Hepburn (1929-93) Actress, Academy Award Winner, signed black and white photographic postcard, signed in clear back ink 5½ x 3½in. (13 x 8cm) £150-250
Janet Leigh (1927-2004) Actress, a signed black & white photograph ‘Psycho - Totally Yours!’ 10 x 8in. (25 x 20cm) £50-80
Humphrey Bogart (1899-1957) & Lauren Bacall (1924-) American Actor & Actress, signed photograph and poster, one in pencil, the other in ink 10½ x 17in. (25 x 43cm) £200-400
Marilyn Monroe (1926-62) A 1955 calendar featuring a colour portrait in nude of Marilyn Monroe by Tom Kelly ‘Golden Dreams’, with calendar stapled at base 22 x 12in. (56 x 30cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
One of Our Spies is Missing (1966) British Quad film poster, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is now a cult phenomenon having begun as a TV series starring Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo and David McCallum as Illya Kuryakin, folded, A £80-120 See Illustration.
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1958) starring Kenneth More, a prop Derringer concealer used in the film, with corresponding photo and negatives showing it in action, consigned by the Magician creator Michael Bailey £100-150
Large quantity of early 20th Century Theatre related postcards and photographs over three albums, many signed, 400 approx £80-120
Charade (1963) British Quad film poster, Thriller starring Cary Grant & Audrey Hepburn, Universal, folded, B £150-250 See Illustration.
Circus Of Fear (1967) British Quad film poster, Horror starring Christopher Lee, artwork by Tom Chantrell, folded, B £60-90
Two For The Road (1967) British Quad film poster, Starring Audrey Hepburn & Albert Finney, folded, A £50-80
The Land That Time Forgot (1975) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, folded, B £80-120
Seventeen British Quad film posters including Al Capone / Dillinger, Love Thy Neighbour, Two For The Road and others (17) Varying conditions £150-250
Charles Griffin, limited edition Artists Proof 3/4 of Dodi Fayed & Princess Diana with correspondence from Harrods, signed, framed 32 x 22in. (81 x 56cm) £80-120 2009
Marilyn Monroe (1926-62) Strands of hair cut by her famous celebrity hairdresser Kenneth Battelle on June 14th 1959, framed, with certificate PROVENANCE: Kenneth Battelle was Marilyn Monroe’s stylist from the mid 1950’s until her death. Recently at auction a large amount of her hair was sold at auction from the Battelle estate. This is a portion from that original batch 17 x 21in. (43 x 53cm) £300-500 Modern Screen Movie Magazine (Nov 1956) featuring Marilyn Monroe on the front Cover £40-60
Star Wars (1977), US One sheet re-release film poster, featuring Revenge of the Jedi Advertisement, Rolled A £100-150
James Bond 007 memorabillia including an Aston Martin DB5 boxed limited edition car as seen i n 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
Silence of The Lambs (1991), Shooting Script, yellow cover with title page marked Shooting Script 4th Draft Oct 6 1989, film starring Anthony Hopkins £40-60
Four early 20th C 9.5mm Film reels, The Cure and Easy Street (Charlie Chaplin), The Manxman & The Wrecker (Hitchcock), remastered £40-60
Apocalypse Now (1979) US One Sheet film poster, artwork by Bob Peak, originally from film studio offices in New York, framed, rolled, A £100-150 Marilyn (1963) US Lobby card from the film starring Marilyn Monroe, bearing signature (possibly studio), No 8 £50-80
Sabrina (1954) Four lobby cards starring Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart Nos 4,5,6,8, two lobby cards from Magnificent Obsession, (1947) and one from Cecil B. DeMilles’s Cleopatra (7) £50-80
Quantity of black & white photographs of film stars including Sophia Loren, Elizabeth Taylor, some signed, Italian stamps on reverse, larger photographs from The Sandpiper, signed on reverse by Vicente Minnelli (30 approx) £40-60
Marilyn Monroe, Two limited edition 24kt gold plated discs, ‘Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend’ & ‘Heat Wave’, with certificates (2) £50-80
Elvis Presley, Two limited edition plated discs, ‘Love Me Tender’ & ‘Don’t Be Cruel’, another by Kiss, ‘Rock & Roll All Nite’, framed, with certificates, (3) £60-80
Walt Disney, ‘On Ice, Fantasia, Donald Duck, Goofy How To Play Golf’ four hand painted limited edition cels, with certificates £60-90
Walt Disney, ‘Bambi, Dumbo & Pinnochio’ three hand painted limited edition cels, with certificates £50-80
Walt Disney, ‘Cinderella, Alice In Wonderland & Winnie The Pooh and the Blustery Day’, three hand painted limited edition cels, with certificates £50-80
The Great St Trinians Train Robbery (1966) British Quad film poster, artwork by Ronald Searle, folded, B and Penguin books by Ronald Searle £100-150
Shaft (1971) British Quad film poster, starring Richard Roundtree, folded, A £100-150
Quantity of British Quad film posters including, The Brood, Videodrome, Flash Gordon, The Dead Zone, Get Carter (BFI), Spiderman, Cruising, Vanessa, The Wildcats of St Trinians, The Inglorious Bastards/Barracuda, The Blair Witch Project, Hulk, Sin, Sun & Sex, The Lawnmower Man, Hardware (15) £80-120
Suspiria (1977), Friday the 13th/Friday 13th 2 (1980/81), Prom Night (1980), The Howling (1981) British Quad film posters, Horror, folded, A-B £100-150
Rollerball (1975) British Quad film poster and a Japanese B2 film poster, artwork by Bob Peak, folded, A £80-120
Apocalypse Now (1979) British Quad film poster, War directed by Francis Ford Coppola & starring Marlon Brando, folded, A £80-120 See Illustration.
The Hitcher (1986) British Quad film poster, Thriller starring Rutger Hauer, folded, A £80-120 See Illustration.
The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb (1964) US One sheet film poster, Hammer Horror, framed, B £80-120
Fourteen British Quad film posters, The Son of Dr. Jekyll, Al Capone, Ruby/Satan’s Slave, Harlow, The Scar, The Diplomatic Corpse, The Hasty Heart, 5 Steps To Danger, etc, folded, B-C (14) £80-120
Foreign film posters including a one framed Japanese B2 Blade Runner, Poltergeist, three German posters for The Getaway, Mad Max, Dracula and a quantity of Austrailian Daybill posters (19) A-B £80-120
It Conquered The World (1956) US One sheet film poster, Science Fiction starring Peter Graves, American International, folded, A £200-400 See Illustration.
Three hand painted cels, two from Superman and the other from Alice in Wonderland, mounted, (3) £100-150
Large collection of mainly 1950’s lobby cards including Marilyn Monroe, ‘Some Like It Hot’, The Lost Man, Hell’s House, Grand Hotel, Vice Raid, Elvis Presley, Loving You, etc, (80+) £80-120
Four Double Crown film posters, The Far Country, Tarzan, Ivanhoe, The Projected Man, Synopsis & campaign books from The Wasp Woman, Barbarella and others £70-100
Seventeen US One sheet posters, Tarzan’s Deadly Silence, Devil’s Angels, Run, Angel Run, Coma, Blue Summer, The Hellcats, Slaughter, The Savage Bees, Fugitive Girls, Women In Chains, Dracula Vs Frankenstein, Dance With Me Henry, Paris Blues, Master of Terror/Horror, Battle Beyond The Sun, etc, folded, A-C (17) £80-120
Four British Quad Horror film posters, The Evil Dead (1983) artwork by Graham Humphreys, An American Werewolf In London (1981), The Flesh Eaters/Death Curse of Tartu, The Terror/Frankenstein 1970, folded, A (4) £150-250
Tower Of London (1962) British Quad film poster, starring Vincent Price, folded, A £70-100
Collection of vintage photographs & postcards from stars of the stage and screen some signed, including Jane Russell, Jean Kent, Vivien Leigh, Richard Attenborough, Alice Faye, James Stewart, Fred MacMurray, Edmund Gwen, Billy De Wolfe and others, many others 220 approx £100-150
One Million Years B.C./She (1966) British Quad Double Bill film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Raquel Welch & Ursula Andress ,rolled, A £100-150
Theatre Of Death (1965), British Quad film poster, Horror starring Christopher Lee, rolled, A £80-120
Easy Rider (1969) British Quad film poster, starring Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda & Jack Nicholson, folded, B £200-400 See Illustration.
The Getaway (1972) 1979 Re-release, British Quad film poster, artwork by Arnaldo Putzu, starring Steve McQueen, folded, A £150-250 See Illustration.
The Man With The X-Ray Eyes (1963) US One sheet film poster, starring Ray Milland, folded, A £150-250
Come Play With Me / Emmanuelle Meets the Wife Swappers (1977) British Quad double bill film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, folded, A £70-100
The Amazing Transparent Man (1959) US One sheet film poster, starring Douglas Kennedy, folded, A £50-80
The Essential Alfred Hitchcock, Vertigo & Rear Window (1983) British Quad film posters, folded, A £40-60
James Bond Casino Royale (2006) British Quad film poster & Never Say Never Again (1983) One Sheet poster, rolled & Folded, A £50-80
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave (1968) British Quad film poster, artwork by Tom Chantrell, starring Christopher Lee, rolled, A £80-120
Star Wars, Episode I (1999) & Episode II (2002) British Quad film posters, rolled, A £50-80
Lolita (1962) US three sheet film poster, directed by Stanley Kubrick, starring James Mason & Sue Lyon, MGM, linen backed, A £700-1,000 See Illustration.
Easy Rider (1969) Czech film poster, starring Dennis Hopper & Peter Fonda, linen backed, A 16 x 11in. (41 x 28cm) £100-150
Robin and Marian (1976) French film poster, art by Brian Bysouth, starring Sean Connery & Audrey Hepburn, folded, A 62 x 45in. (157 x 114cm) £50-80
Clint Eastwood, Bronco Billy & Tightrope US One sheet film posters and The Eiger Sanction Quad, folded, A-B (3) £40-60
Horror British Quad film posters, Grave of the Vampire/Tomb of the Undead and Eqinox/ Bigfoot, rolled, A (2) £50-80
The Shawshank Redemption (1994) British Quad film poster, Stephen King, double sided, rolled, A £70-100
Collection of One sheet film posters, One Million Years B.C., The Elephant Man, City Under The Sea & Invasion, rolled, (A) (4) £50-80
Six One sheet film posters, The Space Children (1958), Zombies Of The Startosphere (1952), King Kong (1976), At The Earth’s Core (1976), Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971) & Treasure Island (1972), folded, A-B £80-120
A lifetime collection of film magazines and Journals including Films In Review, Hammer Horror, Film Fan Monthly, Film Review, Classic Images, Focus On Film, Parish & Pitts Hardback, Serial World, Cliffhanger, Filmograph, Wranglers Roost & Others (500 approx) £80-120
A collection of items from Roman Navarro including hand written letters and signed photographs from stars of the time £50-80
Royal ballet poster 10 Jan 29 April 2006 28” by 19” and another of the opera house 22” by 16” £30-50
John Cleese, English Actor, A screen used jacket from Angels Costumiers, bearing name and dated 1990 £30-50
Ian Fleming, James Bond The Man With the Golden Gun (1965) first edition hardback book, with dustjacket £50-80
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) US one sheet film poster, directed by Steven Spielberg, folded, A £50-80
A Fistful of Dollars/ For a Few Dollars More (1969) US one sheet film poster, starring Clint Eastwood, folded, A £40-60
Charro (1969) and The Horses Mouth (1959) US one sheet film posters, folded, A £40-60
The Reluctant Dragon (1941) US One sheet film poster, with Robert Benchley, RKO Radio pictures, Walt Disney, linen backed, A 40½ x 27in. (102 x 69cm) £250-350 See Illustration.
Woman (1918) US One sheet film poster, Maurice Tourneur stars in a silent romantic, linen backed, A 40.80 x 27in. (104 x 69cm) £500-800 See Illustration.
Collection of ‘Theatre World’ magazines £30-50
Wizard of Oz, An excellent signed montage of all the main characters, Judy Garland cheque, Jack Haley cheque, Ray Bolger signed card, Frank Morgan signed card, in a framed display, a rare piece. 28 x 31in. (71 x 79cm) £1,800-2,200 See Illustration.
VINTAGE POSTERS 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. This section of the sale will not commence before 3.25 pm Friday 28th June 2074
Travel/Tourist Poster, Excursions En Normandie - Honfleur (1925) Artwork by Roger Soubie, linen backed, B 41 x 29in. (104 x 74cm) £250-350 See Illustration.
Travel Poster, Philadelphia TWA Trans World Airlines (1950’s), artwork by Swanson, linen backed, A 39.80 x 25.20in. (101 x 64cm) £300-500 See Illustration.
Travel/Tourist (USSR) Russian Poster, ‘Caucasus’, (mid 20thc), artwork by N. Zhukov, linen backed, A 39½ x 27½in. (99 x 69cm) £200-400
Travel/Tourist Poster, ‘Winter In Norway’ (20th C), Peterson & Waitz, Lith, Anst, Chr, Ania, linen backed, A 39 x 28in. (99 x 71cm) £150-250
Advertising Poster, National Wildlife Restoration Week March 20-25 1938, artwork by Barker, linen backed, A 32 x 22in. (81 x 56cm) £100-150
Travel/Tourist poster, Ulster, Northern Ireland, ‘Sunshine, Legend & Sport’, c1950, artwork by Nevin, linen backed, A 40 x 25in. (102 x 64cm) £200-400
Travel/Tourist poster, Canadian Pacific, ‘See the Pride of Scotland, To Glasgow’, artwork by W.G. Finch, linen backed, A 36 x 24in. (91 x 61cm) £250-350
British Railways Poster, The Fife Coast, ‘See Scotland By Train’, artwork by Frank H. Mason, linen backed, A 40 x 25in. (102 x 64cm) £300-500
French Railways Poster, ‘Speed Punctuality Comfort’ (1950’s), artwork by A. Brenet, linen backed, A 39 x 24½in. (99 x 61cm) £200-400
Travel Poster, Canadian Pacific, ‘By Land, By Sea, By Air, World’s Greatest Travel System’ (1950’s), linen backed, A 36 x 24in. (91 x 61cm) £250-350 See Illustration. 2085
‘Teesdale’, Travel poster (1936) by L.N.E.R. London & North Eastern Railway, artwork by Ernest William Haslehurst, showing an autumn scene near Barnard Castle, linen backed, 101x127cm, B £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Ifracombe British Railways ‘Travel by Train’ poster (1957), artwork by Harold Riley, printed by Jordison & Co, London & Middlesborough, linen backed, 101x63.5cm, B £300-500 See Illustration.
Alaska Northern Pacific North Coast Limited Travel poster, artwork by Sydney Laurence, rolled, 101x 76cm, C £300-500 See Illustration.
Northern Pacific North Coast Limited in the Montana Rockies (1929) Travel poster, artwork by Gustav Krollmann, showing a steam train passing through the Bozeman Pass, rolled, 76.2x101cm, C £600-800 See Illustration.
Norway Travel poster, Norwegian State Railways 1937, “See the bright summer nights of Norway”, art by Damsleth, printed in Norway, Norsk lithografisk officin - Oslo, 100x 62cm, rolled, B £300-500 See Illustration.
Summer days on German Lakes German Railway travel poster, art by Von AxsterHeudhab, printed by Reichsbahnzentrale fur den Deutschen Reiseverkehr, Berlin, 101x 63.5cm, rolled, C £200-400
Southern British Railways Travel Poster, Greenwich, Cutty Sark, artwork by Huveneers, Printed by Charles & Read Ltd, London, rolled, A 40 x 24.80in. (102 x 63cm) £100-150
Martin Sharp & King Kong ‘Sex’ poster (1967), Published by Big O and printed in London, rolled, B £50-80
Norman Wilkinson (1884-1934) War Poster, ‘A Few Careless Words - May End In This’ (1940) Printed by Greycaine Ltd, folded, A 20 x 15in. (51 x 38cm) £80-120
Royal Leamington Spa Travel Poster (Mid 20th Century), printed by Beck & Inchbold, Leeds, rolled, B 40 x 25in. (102 x 64cm) £150-250 See Illustration.
Manchester Travel Poster (1954) Sabena Belgian Airlines, rolled, A 30 x 20in. (76 x 51cm) £80-120
Paul Colin 1950’s French Line Travel Poster, ‘Your gay entree to England and France’ rolled, A 30 x 24in. (76 x 61cm) £100-150
David Klein, Paris FLY TWA JETS Travel Poster, rolled, C (trimmed) 37½ x 23in. (94 x 58cm) £70-100
Roussillon French Railways Poster (1969) artwork by Dali, linen backed, A 23½ x 14½in. (58 x 36cm) £40-60
Conrad H. Leigh Advertising Poster, Wallpapers & Decorations, John Gilkes & Sons, printed by J.J. Keliher & Sons, London, rolled, B 47 x 31in. (119 x 79cm) £70-100
Travel, Early 1960s London Transport Underground map by Waterlow & Sons. of London, designed by Paul. E Garbutt, on fibre glass This was on display in the underground 40 x 50in. (102 x 127cm) £200-400 See Illustration.
PHOTOGRAPHIC This section of the sale will not commence before 3.40 pm Friday 28th June
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 £80-120
A bellows plate film camera with T-P Cooke Anastigmat lens and bearing label, The Westminster, Piccadilly, London, A Rolleiflex camera with Carl Zeiss lens and original leather case, a Barr & Stroud 7x binoculars in original leather case and other photography related equipment and books including ‘Making A Photograph’ by Ansel Adams, 1935 and Leica In Aller Welt by Kurt Peter Karfeld, 1938. £100-150
A John Galliano signed photograph by John Stoddart, celebrity photographer, 46x38cm, framed £50-80
Collection of camera related items including a Mycro III A miniature spy camera with original case, a Tewe-Berlin Viewfinder and other related items £40-60
A Leica M2 35mm camera serial number 945130 with a Leitz Elmar 1:2.8 Nr. 1549665 lens, a Leica Meter MC and an original Leica leather case £150-250 See Illustration. A Carl Zeiss Jena Telactum 8x binocular stamped J.A. Sterling, 7th Border Regiment, a Carl Zeiss Jena pocket single eye binocular and another Stereo Prism Binocular stamped “Stepnada”, Ross, London (3) £40-60
Helmut Newton (1920-2004) signed private property photography poster, framed, 75x50cm £80-120
Norman Parkinson (1913-1990), signed photography poster, framed, 68x48cm £50-80
Norman Parkinson (1913-1990), signed photography exhibition poster, framed, 52x 64cm £50-80
Stereoscope viewer and slides in a leather suit case £30-50
Early 20th Century photographs mainly of Tennis Championships, Paris and Wimbledon, including Suzanne Lenglen and others of the Jamboree in India in 1929 (64) £40-60
19th Century ebonised Stereoscope viewer, another and a collection of slides £60-80 Andre de Dienes, A black & white photograph of Norma Jeane (Marilyn Monroe), Edward Weston Collection, blind embossed and numbered 10/99, framed, 35x27cm £150-250
Eve Arnold (1912-2012), Photographer, ‘On Set Of The Misfits 1960’, limited edition Giclee print of Marilyn Monroe, 71/495, with facsimile signature, published by Magnum Photos and Washington Green Fine Art, labels to reverse, framed, 35x49cm £150-250
Andre de Dienes, A black & white photograph of Marilyn Monroe, Edward Weston Collection, 1992, blind embossed and numbered, 30/99, framed, 35x27cm £150-250
A Canon AV-1 35mm camera with 2.8 28mm lens, 1.8 50mm and a 80-200mm zoom lens, other accessories including flash, bag, Kodak B and a polaroid camera £40-60
A collection of early 20th century photographs including School teams from Uppingham, Meadhurst Cricket and a book containing photographs of numerous buildings of Worcester, Malvern, Hereford, Gloucester & Burwood £30-50
19th century Victorian Ambrotype photograph in gilt metal frame in moulded vulcanite folding case 6 x 5in. (15 x 13cm) £50-100 See Illustration.
19th century potrait ambrotype photograph of a young women highlighted in gilt in folding leather case silver topped box inset with photograph, a miniature photograph in round silver plated frame, brooch inset with a photograph of a baby and two medals £30-50
19th century daguerrotype portrait photograph of a young lady in a folding leather frame 4” by 3” and two other daguerrotype portrait photographs £50-100
19th century opal glass photograph by Lafosse 1887 of a young women 15” by 10” and five others £50-100
Late 19th century/early 20th century portrait opal glass photograph on porcelain, 5” by 4” in leather presentation case a plate 13” diameter decorated with 9 family potraits, and a another of Queen Mary 2” £40-60
Collection of 19th century and later loose photographs etc £20-30
Henry Cooper’s Most Memorable Fights, signed in pen ‘Best Wishes Henry Cooper’ in original unclipped dust jacket, illustrated by Roy Ullyett, published by Stanley Paul & Co Ltd, 1985, First Edition £30-40
SPORTING MEMORABILIA This section of the sale will not commence before 3.50 pm Friday 28th June 2124
Cricket First Day Cover signed by 8 including Don Bradman, Gooch, Cowdery, Lock and others £40-60
Three Hickory Shafted Golf Irons; ‘Mashie Niblick’ circa 1890 stamped James Herriot, Glasgow; ‘Mashie Iron’ circa 1928 stamped George Duncan autograph model by WM Gibson, Kinghorn, Scotland; and another ‘Mashie Nilblick’ stamped J.H. Taylor Autograph Reg No303568/08 £40-60
Three Hickory Shafted Golf Irons all stamped John Aitken, Wentworth Club L. Mashie, The “DW” brand, Reg No 725886, special, circa 1926; Mashie Niblick The “DW” brand, Reg No 725886, special, circa 1936 and L mid-iron, The “DW” brand, Reg No 725886, special £40-60
Four Hickory Shafted Golf Drivers; stamped SGCMCoy Ltd Edinburgh; a pear shaped driver circa 1915 stamped W. Ritchie; another pear shaped driver circa 1915 stamped W. Ritchie; and another driver circa 1912 stamped Jack Ross Parklangley £40-60
Pele (1940-) Brazilian Footballer, a signed photograph in clear black ink, ‘Best Wishes, Pele’ framed 10 x 8in. (25 x 20cm) £80-120 See Illustration.
John McEnroe and Peter Fleming, Wimbledon Tennis Mens Doubles Champions, a signed photograph in clear black ink, framed This pairing won at Wimbledon 5 times in 1979, 1981, 1983, 1984, and 1992 and were runners up in 1978 and 1982 7 x 9½in. (18 x 23cm) £30-50
A collection of signed Autobiographies including Cricket, Mike Atherton, Alec Stewart. Tennis, Pat Cash, Mr Nastase, Horse Racing, Tony McCoy, Athletics & Rowing Kelly Holmes & Matthew Pinsent (7) £50-80
England Football First Day Cover signed by seven including Stanley Matthews, Nat Lofthouse, Tom Finney, Gordon Banks, Len Shackleton, Jack Charlton & Albert Stubbins £50-80
Horse Racing First Day Cover signed by 11 including Ray Cochrane, Phillip Robinson, Richard Hills, Bob Champion, Frankie Dettori, and others £40-60 2139
A cricket autograph book containing signatures from the 1940’s teams including, Yorkshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Kent, New Zealand, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Warwickshire, Sussex, Essex, Nottinghamshire, Lancashire, Derbyshire and many others, 250 signatures approx. £300-500 See Illustration.
Golf, 1987 Ryder Cup signed menu by both teams including, Jack Nicklaus, Tony Jacklin, Seve Ballesteros, Andy Bean and others, 26 in total, and an official magazine £150-250 See Illustration.
Golf Interest, quantity of ties, badges, programmes, course guides and information relating to Wentworth £40-60
Collection of football medals, British Army and Woking Leagues, some silver, 18 in total £80-120
A Paget’s cricket bat signed by 1930’s and 1940’s England and County players including Jack Hobbs, 14 in total £80-120 See Illustration.
A Straw Boater worn by Mark Thatcher during his time at Harrow School with inscription ‘Ronnie Peterson for World Champion 1971’ ‘M. Thatcher’, Gieves London 13½in. (33cm) £80-120
Three Hickory Shaped Golf Putter’s; George Nichol gem putter circa 1918; circa 1935 autograph putter stamped Hills-Cotton; another putter stamped Benny Putter registered 718956 hand forged in Scotland Benbayero. North Berwick £40-60
Three Hickory Shafted Golf Iron’s; Niblick stamped JAS Reid, Fife, Earlsferry; a ladies driving iron stamped warranted handforged Campbell and Co, Aberdeen; and a Zenith Mashie circa 1920 iron stamped Kings Norton G. C, maker indistinct £40-60
A Hickory shafted Golf driver a replica of the 1825 McEwan playclub (driver) which was tested at Wentworth 1st hole in September 1989 by Bernard Gallacher who struck two balls over 200 yards in the presence of Managing Director/ Secretary. £25-35
Four Hickory Shafted golf clubs; stamped Accurate Putter, W. Ivory West Mon; circa 1885 driving cleek; a chromium putter; and another putter £40-60
Autograph Album containing over 60 signatures from Sport, Stage and Screen including the Newcastle United Football Team of 1951-52, Geoff Duke, Peter Collins, Louis Prince and Margaret Princess of Hesse and the Rhine, Frank Randle with sketch, James Hayter, Trevor Howard, Margaret Lockwood, Jean Simmons, Naomi Jacob and others along with three signed photographs from the hotel in the 1940’s PROVENANCE: Vendors father owned Bridge House Hotel, Catterick Bridge, Yorkshire, between London and Edinburgh where many famous stars stayed on route to and from London £50-80
Two autographs books containing football signatures including, Tom Finney, Stanley Matthews, Billy Wright, Wally Ardron, Malcolm Allison, Aston Villa, Lincoln City, Sheffield Wednesday, Fulham, Tranmere Rovers, Chelsea, Spurs, Morton F.c. and many others, (150 approx, some indistinct) mostly early 20th century £100-150 2143 159
A Golf Ryder Cup menu from 1993 signed by 13 including Bernard Gallacher, Nick Faldo, Ian Woosnam, Colin Montgomerie, Bruce Forsyth (Entertainer) and others, framed with menu on reverse 10 x 8in. (25 x 20cm) £100-150
Collection of Olympic Games memorabilia including reports from the Olympic Games in 1948, 52, 56, 60, 64, 68 & 72, Innsbruck Tokyo 1964 book, History of the Olympic Games by Hugh Harlan and other later souvenir books £50-80
Olympia 1936, three volumes in German with photographic cards for the games, issues 13(2) and 14 £40-60
David Beckham England signed Adidas Football boots in presentation case with letter of authenticity £150-250
Five felt pen drawings of Jockeys by Arthur Tayler, all signed on front and back, mounted, 35x27cm £50-80
Cricket Interest, Danbury Mint model of Lord’s, 1980’s Hampshire CC matchday jumper, four commemorative plates, Coalport & Doulton, a porcelain duck by H Booth, Acorn of Leicestershire CC, limited edition model of W.G Grace, two bookends of Middlesex CC and a souvenir cricket ball £40-60 Four Royal Doulton Classic Racehorse Collection plates with certificates, Royal Doulton Willie Carson plate 181/9500, Wedgwood Queen’s Silver Jubilee plate, two others and a Grand National Franklin Mint Tankard (9) £30-50
Frankie Dettori, Horse Racing, A signed photograph after the Magnificent Seven, A programme from the Festival, a commemorative Royal Doulton plate 746/9500, A Lawley’s seven out of Seven model and a Video £40-60
William Timym (1902-1990), Horse Racing, ‘Spirit Of The National’, sculpted bronze of Red Rum, signed and stamped 31, with signed certificate, 24x30cm £200-400 See Illustration.
Essex County Cricket Club signed bat by 24 players including Nasser Hussain, Graham Gooch, Peter Such, Paul Pritchard, Keith Fletcher and others £40-60
Graham Gooch, England World Cricket Series, a cap worn on his last tour of Australia in 1994/5, signed to front, initialled inside GAG and a Testimonial Year 1995 BT Phonecard with signed sleeve 288/1000 £50-80
Cricket Interest, Signed items from Ronnie Irani, Phil Tufnell, Mike Denness, Mike Gatting, Angus Fraser, two signed scorecards, three Lord’s final programmes with tickets and other related material £50-80
Lester Piggott (1935-), Horse Racing, a silver gilt mounted jockey whip, London 1980, awarded for Jockey of the Month, April 1980, mount inscribed, ‘Amoco, Jockey of the Month, April 1980, with another mount bearing LP initials, 77cm PROVENANCE: Bought from the Racing Sale in Sotheby’s 1998 £200-400 See Illustration.
Cricket Interest, A quantity of books, some signed, Imran Khan, Graham Gooch, John Lever, Peter West, Mark Waugh, Ray Illingworth, Daniel Vettori and other books including Wisdens and a large quantity of Cricket Statisticians Journals £50-80
Horse Racing, large quantity of Racecourse passes from the 1970’s onwards from courses including Ascot, Kempton, Epsom, Aintree, Cheltenham, Brighton and others £30-50
Horse Racing, Large collection of books including signed books by John Francome, Bob Champion, Michael Church - The Derby Stakes, Chasers & Hurdlers and others, (50 approx) £40-60
Horse Racing, Peter Deighan, 1986, ‘Pebbles’ signed single edition print by artist and jockey Pat Eddery, 61x47cm £70-100
Horse Racing, Christopher Dennis, ‘Going Home’, signed watercolour and two signed prints, N.W. Brunyee ‘One Man’, 333/500, and a Martyn Bailey signed print, framed £80-120
Horse Racing, Desmond Fallon, ‘The Classics’, signed limited edition print, 335/850, framed, 63x88cm £60-90
Horse Racing, Leesa Sandys-Lumsdaine, Two signed limited edition prints, 1977, 136/500 and 426/500, framed, 46x53cm and a Richard Joyce, ‘West Tip Wins’, 1986, signed print, rolled, 52x67cm £40-60
Flat Race Jockeys: The Great Ones, signed book, including, Tim Fitzgeorge-Parker, Ernie Johnson, Eric Eldin, Willie Carson, and others, 33 in total, Pelham Books, with D/J £100-150
Don Bradman (1908-2001), Australian Cricketer, clear signature in blue point and an Essex CC,1939 album page signed by seven, another from 148 bearing eight signatures and a scorecard signed by Godfrey Evans £80-120
Floyd Patterson (1936-2006), Boxing, a signed programme from 1984 in blue point and a signed cutting of the Rugby star David Campese £40-60
Horse Racing, early memorabilia including a music score depicting Voltigeur winning the Derby at Epsom in 1850, a photograph from 1920 of the jockey Steve Donoghue, another of Billy Pearson and three early French prints £30-50
Autographs, Sport, early Stirling Moss, Lester Piggott, Sebastian Coe, Stefan Edberg, Dame Beryl Gray, Willie Carson, Frank Bruno, Steffi Graf, Chris Evert, all individually framed, (9) All proceeds to be donated to charity £80-120 See Illustration.
Charles Griffin, signed limited edition Artists Proof 32/100, ‘Boxing Greats’, signed, framed 18 x 24in. (46 x 61cm) £40-60 See Illustration.
Charles Griffin, original cartoon colour artwork of Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton & Golfer Tiger Woods, signed, framed 12 x 17in. (30 x 43cm) £150-250
An Autograph book with numerous autographs from Cricket & Football including Chelsea FC 1947-48, Surrey County Cricket 1948, Glamorgan CC ‘48, Middlesex ‘48, Sussex ‘48, Yorkshire ‘48, Essex ‘48, Somerset ‘48, Leicestershire, Worcestershire, Hampshire, Derbyshire, Umpires & Blackpool FC, (129 signatures) £200-400
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 £250-350
MUSIC MEMORABILIA This section of the sale will not commence before 4.20 pm Friday 28th June
Olympics, Three advertsing posters from the Munich games in 1972 depicting Rowing, Fencing and Hurdles and a commerative mug £100-150 See Illustration.
Collection of Rugby programmes from 19522009, mainly England and Wales Internationals 200+ £40-60
Koichi, ‘The old course St Andrews’, pair of Artist proof prints 1/30 10 x 20in. (25 x 51cm) £100-200
H M Bateman signed print ‘ The man Who Bid Half a Guinea at the Tattersalls’ 17 x 21in. (43 x 53cm) £80-120
Two boxes of 45’s, records including, Bob Dylan, The Stranglers, The Seekers, Dave Clark Five, Chuck Berry, The Who, The Beatles, Johnny Cash, The Rolling Stones and others, 200+ £30-50
Elvis Presley (1935-1977) American Rock ‘n’ Roll Singer, Signed album record sleeve for Aloha from Hawaii-via satellite (1973), signed by Presley in bold black ink ‘My Sincere Thanks Elvis Presley’ to the light area of the cover which features an inset circular image of Presley performing, two record set album, both sleeves included £300-500 See Illustration.
Eric Clapton (1945-), Musician, a clear autograph in black ink, in a mounted display with photograph 17 x 10½in. (43 x 25cm) £40-60
Renate John former wife of Elton John, Musician. an evening coat in suede, snakeskin and bead embroidery, bought for her by Elton in the South of France 1980’s, by Natasa, West Germany, Size M PROVENANCE: Gift to the vendor who is a personal friend of Renate £200-400
A Hofner Besson “Aristone” guitar serial number 1150A/53374 and case £150-250 See Illustration.
Three Coalport limited edition wall plaques of The Beatles, 21/1000, 29/1000 and 59/1000, boxed £150-250
Karen Davies, Jimi Hendrix coloured crayon drawing, initialled, framed, 40x50cm PROVENANCE: Karen Davies was a friend of Jimi and is thought to have been one of several people, including the Honourable Philip Harvey (from whose Estate this portrait originally came) whom Jimi met in the afternoon of what turned out to be his last day alive. £120-180
David Oxtoby, ‘Oh Tis The King’ limited edition print of Nat King Cole 49/50 with inscription by Oxtoby on reverse, framed, 58x39cm £70-100
Bing Crosby (1903-77), singer, typewritten signed letter ‘Bing’ dated June 18th 1973£50-80
Kris Kristofferson (1936-), singer, contract for his UK tour in 1985 signed three times £50-80
Madonna (1958-), American Singer, ‘A League Of Their Own’ signed 10x8 photograph, two tour books and a Vanity Fair framed cover £60-80
Diana Dors (1931-84), English Actress, a signed album page in a framed and mounted display £50-80
Jerry Lee Lewis (1935-), American Singer, a signed card in display along with six backstage photographs, from his dressing room/stage at a gig in 1962, taken by the current owner and sold with copyright £40-60
Whitney Houston (1963-2012), American Singer, a signed 10x8 photograph in black point £50-80
Buddy Holly And The Crickets, souvenir music programme from the UK tour in 1958, accompanying flyer and photograph in ex condition £200-400
An original programme signed by Ella Fitzgerald, (1917-1996), American Jazz Vocalist, to inside front and signed to inside back by Oscar Peterson from 1963 £100-150
Three music flyers from the Odeon Hammersmith cinema in the 1960’s including Tony Bennett, Tom Jones and Gene Pitney £40-60
A Souvenir programme from the 1962 Jazz Jamboree at the Hammersmith Gaumont and two flyers for Glenn Miller and Lutys De Luz £40-60
Three original music programmes from the 1960’s including The Everly Brothers, Bo Diddley, Little Richard, The Rolling Stones, Platters and Johnny Mathis £50-80
Sex Pistols, A rare single for God Save The Queen, 1977, Virgin Records, signed and inscribed to front in black pen, by Sid Vicious, Johnny Rotten, Steve Jones and Paul Cook, with original vinyl record VS 181 B5, accompanied by a document concerning provenance £500-800 See Illustration.
Collection of 50s, 60s, 70s & 80s records. 106 7” singles, 19 12” LP albums, 2 Springsteen boxsets. Including Beatles 7” records, ‘From Me To You’ (R5015), ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand’ (R5084), ‘We Can Work It Out’ (R5389). ‘A Whiter Shade Of Pale - Procol Harum’ (BUG77), ‘Je T’aime...Moi Mon Plus - Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg’ (K11511), ‘Give Peace A Chance / Remember Love - Plastic Ono Band’ (Apple13), ‘Five By Five - Rolling Stones’ (DFE 8590), ‘Play With Fire / The Last Time - Rolling Stones’ (F.12104), ‘Rock Around The Clock - Bill Haley and His Comets’ (OE9250), ‘Devoted To You - The Everly Brothers’ (45-HL-A.8685), ‘Face To Face - Adam Faith’ (45-R 4896), ‘Halfway To Paradise/Cross My Heart - Billy Fury’ (45-F 11349), ‘Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen’ (EMI2375), Elvis - ‘Are You Lonesome Tonight’ (45-RCA1216), ‘Strictly Elvis’ (RCX175), ‘Pledging My Love / Way Down’ (PB 0998). Over 125 records. £80-120
Four signed music cd’s by Meredith Brooks, Alanis Morisette, Texas and Sheryl Crow, each signed to front insert £40-60
Madonna(1958-), American Musician, a signed copy of her Greatest Hits album in black felt tip £40-60
John Lennon, The Beatles, A Basildon Bond Handy Jotter circa 1960’s, 15 pages, with cover containing sketches, drawings, and a portrait of John’s first wife Cynthia all in typical John Lennon sketch type work, In pen and felt tip, The front cover inscribed ‘To Peter Ta!! John’ PROVENANCE: Given to Liverpool comedian Peter Robinson apparently by John Lennon during their friendship in the 1960’s. This item came from Peter Robinson’s house after his death. £1,500-2,000 See Illustration.
Cilla Black (1943-) Singer, a early signed photo by Diego Hoffman 8½ x 6½in. (20 x 15cm) £40-60
The Beatles ‘Let it Be’ (1970) Japanese film / music poster, linen backed, 73.5x 50.5cm, A £300-500 See Illustration.
The Rolling Stones, ‘Let’s Spend the Night Together’ (1983) British Quad film poster, starring Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards, Charley Watts & Bill Wyman, printed by Broomhead, England, linen backed, A £250-350 See Illustration.
Fifty LP 33 rpm Vinyl records featuring Fleetwood Mac, Switched On Bach & II, Aretha Franklin, The Hollies, The Drifters, Issay Dobrowen, Edward Woodward, Francoise Hardy and others (50) £40-60
Fifty-Four LP 33 rpm Vinyl records featuring The Rolling Stones, Emerson Lake & Palmer, The Satisfiers, Oscar Peterson & others (54) £40-60
Fifty-Five LP 33 rpm Vinyl records featuring The Who/Hendrix, Don McLean, Van Morrison, Status Quo, Morrissey & others (55) £40-60
George Harrison (1943-2001) Musician and member of The Beatles, signed ‘Somewhere In England’ LP to front cover in clear black ink £100-150
Elvis Presley (1935-77) American Singer, vintage signed postcard in blue ink to lighter area 6 x 4in. (15 x 10cm) £300-500
The Rolling Stones, Sticky Fingers (Spanish Edition) limited edition, 1753/2500, bearing printed signatures, with certificate 26 x 22in. (66 x 56cm) £40-60
The Rolling Stones, Let’s Spend The Night Together (1981) Japanese film poster, Hal Ashby, rolled, A 28½ x 20in. (71 x 51cm) £40-60
The Rolling Stones, Some Girls (1978) Promotional poster, rolled, B 24 x 24in. (61 x 61cm) £80-120
The Beatles ‘Let it Be’ (1970) Japanese film / music poster, rolled, B 28½ x 20in. (71 x 51cm) £150-250
The Beatles, London Palladium Music Poster (1963), printed in 1987 by Apple Corps, Meet The Beatles US 2nd pressing LP, with inner sleeve (T2047) Mono and three other music posters £80-120
Sid & Nancy Love Kills (1986) Film poster, directed by Alice Cox and six Punk Silver Jubilee Posters 1977-2002 featuring The Ramones, The Jam, The Clash, Blondie and others 40 x 27in. (102 x 69cm) £80-120
Jimi Hendrix posters, ‘Are You Experienced’ original album shop promo, printed US 1967 & concert poster Stuttgart, 15th Jan 1969, by Gunther Keiser for Lipmann & Rau, printed West Germany 1969 (2) £150-250 See Illustration.
David Bowie, ‘Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars’ (1973) UK film poster, rolled, A £30-50 See Illustration.
Status Quo, English Rock Band, a signed ‘Rockin All Over The World’ LP in a mounted display by Francis Rossi & Rick Parfitt, framed, with certificate of authenticity 36 x 48in. (91 x 122cm) £400-600
Adam Faith (1940-2003) British singer, signed presentation display, framed, with certificate of authenticity 21½ x 34in. (53 x 86cm) £80-120
Andy Williams (1927-2012) American Singer, signed presentation display, framed, with certificate of authenticity 25 x 30in. (64 x 76cm) £80-120
Dire Straits, British Rock Band, a Fender Stratocaster style guitar signed on the scratchplate by Mark Knopfler, with certificate, and two signed CD’s, one by all the band and the other by Knopfler £350-450
Elvis Presley, American Singer, 24KT gold plated limited edition record for ‘Viva Las Vegas’ in a framed display, 201/1969 20 x 16in. (51 x 41cm) £100-150
The Who, British Rock Band, 24KT gold plated limited edition record, 825/2500 in a framed display £100-150
The Beatles, Autograph book signed in blue ink by all four, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, and another signature of Tony Meehan of The Shadows, dedicated to Pauline in John’s handwriting Provenance: Obtained in person at the filming to the 1st appearnace of The Beatles on the BBC programme Ready, Steady, Go! on 4th October 1964 £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.
Peter Marsh, limited edition music prints, artists include Frank Zappa, Elvis, Jim Morrison, Mick Jagger, Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon, and others, signed and numbered, (14) £150-250
Beatles Memorabilia, George Harrison plaster nodding doll, two marriage certificates for Paul McCartney to Linda Eastman and Richard Starkey to Barbara Goldbach together with records and books £80-120
Music Memorabila, including Elvis Monthly, Music Scores, Campaign books, Lps, 45’s, posters and Magazines £50-80
Advertising posters for The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Flaming Lips, Helmut, Butthole Surfers & Spanky’s Birthday Party (5) £60-90
Nat King Cole (1919-65) American Jazz Singer & Pianist, Vintage signed photograph in blue ink, with inscription from the King Cole Trio, dated November 1946 £50-80
Popular Music, A large collection of vintage signed photographs, postcards & programmes from Musicians & Singers, mainly Jazz from the 1940’s including, Harry James, Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich, Willie Smith, Louis Bellson, Stan Kenton, Count Basie, Lionel Hampton, Paul Lavalle, Ray Anthony, Sam Donahue, Freddy Martin, Skinnay Ennis, George Shearing, Xavier Cugat, Al Jolson, Perry Como, Tony Martin, Ike Quebec, Sammy Kaye and others 85 approx £80-120
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SURREY AUCTIONEER MAKES ART MARKET HISTORY Chris Ewbank leads consortium’s participation in first sale of Western antiques in Chinese free port £1.4 Million, covering the cost of the project with about a third of the lots sold, but that was not the point of the exercise. “The sale was a great promotional success and places Triple-A and its members in the position of having been the first to be involved in such a ground breaking and important event,” Chris Ewbank said. “This was a huge achievement in view of the fact that such a sale had never been attempted before and that there were so many administrative and other hurdles that had to be cleared to get the sale off the ground in the first place, all within a tight schedule. “Our member auctioneers participated in it to test the market and gauge the appetite Chinese collectors have for Western antiques and works of art. We have proved it is possible to achieve such a sale. Now we know what is wanted and what is not. “For example, virtually every lot of antique English silver found buyers, while clocks, bronze figures and gilt bronze works of art raised some surprisingly high prices.“There seemed to be a strong appetite for affordable mid-market pieces in the £500 to £10,000 range, as is the case in the West, while ‘novelty’ items with a Chinese flavour were well received. A group of UK auctioneers led by Chris Ewbank, principal of the leading Surrey fine art and antiques auction room that bears his name, made art market history on Sunday April 21st by helping to mount the first ever auction of Western antiques in a Chinese free port. Nothing like it has even been tackled before. The 21 leading independent auctioneers – members of the Association of Accredited Auctioneers (Triple-A) – had sent more than 350 lots of furniture, silver, paintings, prints and works of art from all parts of the UK, first for an exhibition in Beijing and then for the auction in Xiamen, in Fujian Province. Mr Ewbank conceived the idea of promoting UK auctions in China following a visit there last year and is the founder chairman of Triple-A, which was formed last November. The sale was hugely well supported with around 150 Chinese collectors attending. Buying was selective, however. It raised
“Victorian furniture sold well, but 19th century French pieces in the £10,000 to £40,000 range were possibly too expensive for what is very much an emerging market. Interestingly, however, statement pieces and rare one-offs at the high end of estimates were in great demand. “We anticipate some private sales in the days following the auction.” The most valuable lot in the sale proved to be an important pair of Louis XVI style gilt bronze amboyna centre tables by Francois Linke, which sold for 2.3 million RMB (£243,907). Closest contender was a highly unusual Louis XV style gilt bronze mounted kingwood and marquetry writing desk and cartonnier, the clock dial signed Brindeau a Paris. It sold for 1.38 million RMB (£146,354), while a fine Louis XVI style gilt bronze mounted marquetry commode after a model by Jean Henri Riesener sold for 1.15 million RMB (£121,954).
Biggest surprise was the 94,300 RMB (£10,000) paid for a pair of late 19th century bronze Marly horses after Guillaume Coustou the Elder, which had been estimated at 38,000-50,000 RMB. Antiques and works of art consigned by Ewbank’s clients sold for a total of £108,000, the most expensive being a good George III mahogany longcase clock by London maker John Williams, and a part set of seven etchings of Chinese scenes from the series “Suite des seize estampes représentant les Conquêtes de l’Empereur de la Chine”, each of which sold for the equivalent of £12,529.
The sale was a ground-breaking initiative by the recently formed Triple-A. It was conducted by the Chinese auctioneer Huachen Beijing Auctions Co Ltd. and promoted by EpaiLive Auction Co., the only on-line live bidding portal of its kind in China.
of practice to which all members must adhere. Specialists at Ewbankâ€™s are always keen to accept items for forthcoming sales. Free sale valuations are available every day from 9.30 to 5.00 pm (excluding sale days) at the Burnt Common Auction Rooms adjacent to the A3, three miles north of Guildford. For further information contact the auctioneer on 01483 223101, or email email@example.com.
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EWBANK's SPRING ANTIQUES AND FINE ART AUCTION Canvases cut from Francis Bacon’s “Screaming Pope” paintings sold for a total of £35,800 in a Ewbank’s Spring Fine auction, Surrey’s premier auctioneers of fine art and antiques. The canvases originated from the studio of Lewis Todd from Cambridge, who as an aspiring painter, had cut them up and used them for his own paintings, which he later sold to visitors and collectors at craft markets and art exhibitions. Most valuable showed the yellow, white and black edge and leg of a chair, and some of the white papal clothing, on a black and blue ground. It measured 36 by 24 inches, with an additional 3 by 4 inches obscured where the canvas was wrapped and nailed to stretchers. The “right” side showed a still life painted by Todd in 1958, and was signed and inscribed verso, ‘The Studio at Orchard Avenue’. It sold to a telephone bidder from the United States for £22,000, the top lot in Ewbank’s important three-day sale. Another, showing typical vertical black stripes in a style used frequently by Bacon as the background for his 195354 pope portraits, sold to a European buyer for £9,000. Written in pencil by Todd on the stretcher was the title of his painting, a still life of flowers in a vase, and the words “A Francis Bacon Screaming Pope”. It measured 27 by 21 inches overall. Both this and the previous picture had been authenticated by the Francis Bacon Authentication Committee. A third, from the same source as the others but only recently returned from America and not examined by the Authentication Committee, had deep blue and black vertical lines and was inscribed verso in pen “Apples - by Lewis Todd” and “Francis Bacon - cast off! in 1950’s” The canvas measured 22 by 18.5 inches and sold to the same European buyer for £4,800. Francis Bacon (1909-1992) is known to have painted mainly on the unprimed reverse of canvases and was a ruthless critic and editor of his own work. Anything he was not satisfied with or thought too perfect he mutilated. Lewis Todd, who died in 2006 aged 81, worked as a caricature artist for the Cambridge Daily News, now the Cambridge Evening News. After the Second World War and short of funds, he took up painting in oils, encouraged by the manager of the Heffer Gallery in the town who gave him his first canvases free because they had only been used on the reverse by Bacon. The gifts were conditional upon Todd agreeing to cut up the canvases before making use of them for himself. It is not known how Bacon’s used canvases came to be at the Heffer Gallery in the first place.
Said auctioneer Chris Ewbank: “Presumably there are more examples of Todd’s paintings with Bacon’s work on the back, there might even be one with a pope’s head. Anyone who owns a painting by Todd should take it off the wall and check the back. Those seemingly random daubs of paint could indicate a work of far greater significance.” In 2007, Ewbank’s sold a group of rejected and damaged Bacon paintings retrieved from a skip outside the artist’s London studio by electrician Mac Robertson. Valued at about £50,000, that collection sold for £1 million. While all eyes were on the Bacon paintings, the other highlight of the sale was a group of four gold snuff boxes, originally purchased by their private owner from auctioneers Christie’s in London. Pick of the group was a late 18th century Swiss oval box decorated in blue enamel, the top with a scene depicting two maidens and Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom. It sold on estimate to a
Equally treasured was a highly ornate 19th century German ivory, gilt white metal and jewelled tankard, the body carved heavily in relief with a classical scene of Bacchus and Ariadne and other figures in a chariot pulled by a leopards. It sold to South American buyer for an above estimate £4,900.
European buyer for £8,000, as did another, monogrammed F J, the top further painted with a scene depicting a romantic couple seated in a rural landscape with two doves, surrounded by an interlocking stylised floral border. Also stamped F.J. was late 18th century Swiss oval and blue enamelled box the top decorated with a band of white enamel and reeded side pilasters with Corinthian finials. It sold to a London buyer, also on estimate, for £5,500, while the fourth, a Louis XVI rectangular example by the French maker Toussaint-François Pillieux (fl. 1786-1806) sold to the same London buyer for £5,000. This box was decorated with signed miniatures by Viller on the cover and base showing scenes from classical history, all etched on a gold ground against a slate blue background.
Furniture also stared in the auction, a 19th century commode discovered in a house in Farnham by leading Surrey auctioneers Ewbank’s sold on top estimate for £12,000 to lead the furniture section of the saleroom’s Spring sale of fine art, antiques and collectors’ items. The fine French ormolu-mounted mahogany commode à vantaux”, the description translates as “cupboard with doors enclosing drawers”, was after the model by Guillaume Benneman”, a prominent Parisian ébéniste who famously furnished Louis XVI’s apartments at Compiègne in Fontainbleau in 1786. He was also the last cabinetmaker to French royalty before the French Revolution.
“The Benneman commode was copied widely throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries, our example being stamped ‘L. Marchand’ whom we were unfortunately unable to trace, but there was no doubting the quality of the piece,” auctioneer Chris Ewbank said. “It was among a number of good pieces of furniture from the same house on the outskirts of Farnham and its fine quality was obvious as soon as we saw it.” The commode had a heavy white marble top above a panelled frieze with trailing oak leaf mounts, fronted by a pair of drawers, above a pair of elliptically panelled doors heavily mounted with trophies of War and acanthus rosettes. The interior was fitted with six trays, with panelled concave sides and ribbon-bound arrow-form front angles, while the whole thing stands on massive acanthusmounted hairy paw feet. The Farnham family who were downsizing had acquired it some 70 years ago, having purchased it in a country house sale. It was purchased by a South Coast buyer. From the same home was a good Italian marble table top table, the top inlaid with an impressive geometric pattern of specimen marble of varying colours and grain. It was supported on an ornate, late 18th or early 19th century
A 19th century French style bureau plat (writing table) with all over marquetry decoration and gilt metal mounts gave its Surrey owner reason to smile. It sold to a Hampshire dealer for £2,300, a multiple of its estimate, the same buyer being prepared to pay double the estimate for a 19th century rosewood cabinet on chest, the top with two cupboard doors, the base with three long drawers. It sold for £1,500 to the delight of its Middlesex owner.
carved wood gilt and gesso stand, decorated in the baroque manner with cherubs and floral swags. Said to have stood in the house for 100 years, it sold for £2,400. A good 19th century mahogany breakfront bookcase also from the Farnham house sold for £1,950. It had a central carved and pierced broken arch pediment over a dentil and blind fret cornice and three astragal glazed doors, the lower part with well figured flame mahogany doors. It was purchased by a Sussex buyer. Nearest contender to the top lot in the sale was a 19th century walnut cylinder bureau with boxwood string and rosewood banding with two long drawers, sent for sale from a Surrey home. It sold to a West Sussex buyer for £5,500 against an estimate of £800-1,200. A 19th century mahogany drop leaf table with carved cabriole legs overturned its estimate to sell to a North Wales buyer for £3,600, while a late 18th or early 19th century lacquered collectors’ cabinet, the twin doors decorated in the Chinese manner with figures and beasts in landscapes, and standing on a rococo style, carved giltwood and gesso base was another solid performer, selling for £2,600. The cabinet had travelled from Shropshire for the sale and was heading back north to its buyer in Lancashire.
Nineteenth century mahogany extending dining tables are wanted again, a Kent buyer paying an above estimate £1,200 for an example with three extending leaves, while a Suffolk dealer parted with £1,100 against an estimate of £400-600 for a 19th century serpentine chest of four drawers on bracket feet. While Chris Ewbank, Principal of the leading Surrey fine art and antiques auction house that bears his name, was in China to head up a consortium of UK auctioneers about to stage a landmark £8 million sale there, it was ironic, yet appropriate, that it was oriental pieces which produced some of the strongest performances in his sale at home. Already, epaiLive bidders in China have begun to participate in Ewbank’s auctions in Surrey and there was no lack of Asian buyers in the firm’s important Spring auction at the Burnt Common saleroom. One of the strongest performers was a good late 19th or early 20th century famille verte Chinese porcelain garden seat decorated with flowers, birds, vases and foliage. Sent for sale from a local home, it was purchased by a Chinese buyer bidding from his home in San Diego, California, who paid a surprising £2,600, a multiple of its presale estimate. Chinese silk embroideries were also in demand. A finelyworked panel depicting a dragon amongst clouds, sent for sale from another local home, was purchased by a Chinese bidder living in Scotland for £2,600, while from the same home was another, depicting birds, which sold to a Chinese collector in Texas for £1,600. A 19th century embroidered panel depicting birds amongst flowers and foliage, mounted in a hardwood table screen, sold to a bidder in Tianjin, China, for £2,300, the purchasers of all three pieces ignoring the auctioneer’s presale estimates, underling the
urgent demand for pieces of similar quality. An elegantly proportioned 18th century enamelled wine ewer, dating from the reign of the Qianlong Emperor (1711-1799) was another object destined to return to Chinese ownership, but the buyer lived in Sheffield. Made in Canton, the ewer was of quatrefoil form with a tall loop handle. It was decorated in the red famille rose palette with panels of figures in a landscape on a yellow flower strewn ground, similar to an example in Chinese Export Art, the definitive publication by Margaret Jourdain and Soame Jenyns. It sold for £1,600. Two pieces with Chinese-influenced decoration escaped the onslaught by that country’s collectors: a late 18th or early 19th century lacquered collectors’ cabinet, the twin doors decorated with figures and mythical beasts in landscape settings, standing on a carved giltwood and gesso rococo style stand sold to a Lancashire buyer for an above estimate £2,600, while by far the strongest performer in the section was a blue and white hexagonal tea pot, bowls, dishes and other items which showed its presale estimate a clean pair of heels to sell for £1,100. It was purchased by a collector in Vietnam. However it was not just Fine Art and Antiques that were sought after in the Spring sale. The inaugural Entertainment sale at Ewbank’s was an unqualified success with dealers and collectors around the UK and overseas competing vigorously for the wide variety of collectables on offer.
Newly -appointed specialist Alastair McCrea said he was delighted with the results from his first sale under the Ewbank’s banner, having joined the firm from another Surrey saleroom. “The response was extremely encouraging,” Alastair said. “We received bids by telephone and on the Internet as well as from buyers who had travelled to the saleroom to attend in person and virtually everything offered found a new home.” Top of the shop was a quad-sized (30 by 40 inches, 762x1020mm) poster for the 1963 movie The Great Escape, starring Steve McQueen. It sold to an overseas buyer on the telephone for an above pre-sale high estimate £2,800. Most imposing lot, however, was a full scale exact replica of a Dalek, the extra-terrestrial mutants as seen in the 1988 BBC TV Doctor Who series Remembrance Of The Daleks. Made from glass fibre, metal and wood with interior electronics and running on wheels, the cream and gold cyborg sold to a private local collector for £1,450. All the movie posters offered sold, mostly to online bidders. A quad from the 1966 Carry On Screaming farce with artwork by Tom Chantrell sold for £780 and a quad from Star Wars in 1977, featuring pre-Academy Awards artwork also by Chantrell, sold for £700. All 13 lots of hand-painted, limited edition cels (celluloid sheets from film animations) sold, all to the same UK collector. The most valuable was a group of three showing Fred Flintstone playing golf, each signed by creators of the 1960s series set in the Stone Age, Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera. They sold for £550 against an estimate of £100150. Autographed material was particularly in demand. A copy of the Queen LP, The Game, signed by Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon, contained in a mounted and framed display with certificate of authenticity, sold for £900, while a signed Stratocasterstyle electric guitar signed by members of The Police, 173
namely Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland, with certificate of authenticity, sold to a buyer from the United Emirates for £600. A Texas collector paid £760 against an estimate of £300500, determined to return a Walt Disney autograph to its country of origin. Written in orange crayon, the autograph was farmed alongside a contemporary photograph of Disney with Mickey Mouse and a sketch of the famous cartoon rodent by Ward Kimball (1914-2002) famously one of Disney’s “Nine Old Men” – the core animators who created some of their most famous characters. The sketch was captioned sardonically “This Is Not Bugs Bunny!”. Another unexpected result was the £580 paid by a Surrey collector for an original autographed drawing of Snoopy by its creator Charles M Schulz (1922-2000). Snoopy, the lovable Beagle dog, was the central character in Schulz’s long-running cartoon Peanuts. The drawing in block ink on yellow paper showed dog going off to play tennis with a love-heart preceding him. It was dedicated “For Anne”. Alastair McCrea said he was particularly pleased with the price achieved for a group of four first edition copies of four Ian Fleming James Bond novels, which sold together for a total of £650. They had been estimated at £200-400. Thunderball (1961); On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1963) The Man With The Golden Gun (1965) and Octopussy 1966). All published by Jonathan Cape, each was in hardback and retained its dust-jacket. Ewbank’s next Jewellery, Silver, Fine Art, Antiques, 20th
Century Design and Memorabilia Auctions in 2013 will be held on September 25-27, and December 11-13 with Victorian and Later Furnishing auctions every two weeks.
HOW TO FIND US A257
Ewbank Auctioneers is situated between the A3 and B2215 South of Burnt Common Roundabout.
Burnt Common Roundabout
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
TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOR SELLERS 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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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.
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.
INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion.
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.
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
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. 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. 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) 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. (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. 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. 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.
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
Ewbank’s Auction Sale Dates 2013 VIEWING TIMES Monday before sale: 10am - 5pm Tuesday before sale: 10am - 8pm Saturday before sale (Silver, Jewellery, Antique Fine Art and Specialist Auctions only): 10am - 2pm Mornings of sale: limited viewing before sales start at 10.30am
Victorian and later Silver and Jewellery Closing date for antique sale catalogue Viewing days Antiques, Fine Arts and Specialist
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Fully illustrated catalogues with multiple images are published on our website approximately one week before the sale. For Victorian and later sales they go on line on a Friday before the following Wednesday’s sale. Dates are published on our website and are subject to change without notice.
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Books and maps Tribal Art Film / TV Memorabilia Vintage Posters Photographic Sporting Memorabilia Music Memorabilia
Architectural and Garden Cars Oriental Ceramics and Works of Art Clocks and Instruments Objects and Works of Art European and Continental Ceramics and glass Medals and Militaria Oil Paintings, Water-colours, Prints and Contemporary Art Fashion and Textiles Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau, Art Deco Modern Design