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Quarterly Antiques & Specialist Auction 25th, 26th & 27th September 2013

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Lot 1226

Lot 1360 Cover Lot 1210

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QUA RT E R LY A N T I QU E S & S PE C I A L I S T AU C T I O N

Surrey’s premier international antique and specialist auctioneers

QUARTERLY ANTIQUES AND SPECIALIST AUCTION Jewellery; Watches; Coins; Silver; Clocks; Asian Art; Objects and Works of Art; Medals and Militaria; European and Continental Ceramics; Glass; Toys; Musical Instruments; Wine; Stamps; Books (including a Masonic Library); Tribal Art; Garden and Architectural; Cars; Oil Paintings, Watercolours and Prints; Contemporary Art; Arts and Crafts; Art Nouveau; Art Deco; Modern Design; Costume, Fashion and Textiles; Persian Rugs; Antique Furniture. SALE: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 25th, 26th and 27th September 2013 at 10.30 am

VIEWING: Saturday 21st September 10.00 am–2.00 pm Monday 23rd September 10.00 am–5 00 pm Tuesday 24th September 10.00 am–8.00 pm And Mornings of Sale 9.30-10.00 am For the fully illustrated catalogue and Registration for Live internet bidding go to www.ewbankauctions.co.uk The Burnt Common Auction Rooms London Road, Send, Surrey GU23 7LN

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INFORMATION FOR BUYERS 1

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Connoisseur Collection: Ewbank's To Auction Antiques And Fine Art From Home Of A Bournemouth Businessman With An Eye For Quality Following the recent death of this connoisseur collector with an eye for quality, we have been instructed by the executors of his estate to offer more than 200 lots of antiques and fine art which furnished his home. His family has requested anonymity. Leading the single-owner collection is an oil painting by Francesco Zanin (1843-1890) an artist whose work has been compared to that of Canaletto. The intricately painted scene shows masked carnival figures with gondolas by the Scuola Grande di San Marco and the Campo Santi Giovannie Paolo in Venice. Retaining its fine carved giltwood 18th or early 19th century frame, the painting bears a label showing it was purchased from Riddetts Auctioneers of Bournemouth. It is estimated at £10,000-15,000.

a swirling design of the water nymphs, their free flowing hair encircling the dial. Dating from the 1920s, the clock is estimated at £1,000-£1,500. Gallé was also an accomplished furniture designer and the collection includes a nest of two beechwood occasional tables, each with marquetry tops, the larger one with a design showing coastal cottages, the smaller with fishing boats at sea. Signed Gallé in the marquetry, the pair is estimated at £800-£1,200. Most imposing among the furniture, however, is a pair of elegant Edwardian floor-standing mahogany and inlaid urns on pedestal cupboards, the doors decorated with oval satinwood inlaid panels above dummy drawers. They are estimated at £800-1,200. Pick of a collection of good silver is a George III silver swing handled basket, with pierced and embossed foliate decoration by William Plummer, (London, 1773, 20oz), which is estimated at £300-500, as is a George III silver wine funnel by Robert & David Hennell, (London 1796) and a George V silver three-piece tea service comprising teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl by C. S. Harris & Sons Ltd., (London, 1932, gross weight 32oz).

Estimated at £5,000-10,000 is a charming oil on canvas by Thomas Edward Roberts, who exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1850-1893, titled “The Shadow on the Wall”. It shows two boys seated in their carpenter father’s workshop, the older boy using his hands to make the shadow of an animal’s head to the amazement of his young companion. The signed oil on canvas bears an original title label signed by the artist another showing it was sold for £200 in 1968 and a third when it was acquired by the present owner, dated 1983. Art Nouveau glass is a feature of the collection, notably vases by Émile Gallé (1846-1904) the more valuable of the two being an early example dating from circa 1890, painted in enamels with flowers and a landscape and a figure by a lake, signed Émile Gallé Fecit . It is estimated at £800-1,200, while a signed Cristallerie de Galle cameo vase in purple glass, with a wisteria design on a white ground dates from 1889-1902 and is estimated at £500-800. René Lalique, the other French master glass maker and designer is represented by a Naiades clock, decorated with

Indicating the eclecticism of the collector’s taste, a Chinese famille rose dish painted with a dignitary and attendants dates from the Qianlong period of 1736-1795 (estimate £500800) but the prize among ceramics is a rare Martin Brothers stoneware ewer with incised decoration of grotesque style fish, aquatic creatures and plants. Incised “Martin Brothers Southall London”, and dated 10-1896, the ewer is estimated at £2,000-£3,000. The lots are marked in the catalogue with a reference to this collection.

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Fine Furniture Goes Back On The Market which would be more than a match for a set of 12 mahogany Chippendale style dining chairs (10 singles and two carvers) each with foliate carved back slat supports on acanthus leaf carved front leg supports and claw and ball feet, which are estimated at £1,000-1,500. An imposing partner’s mahogany desk with green leather top, nine pedestal drawers on one side and three top drawers over cupboards on the other is estimated at £1,000-1,500, while a good and large gilt composition over mantel mirror is estimated at £700-1,000.

Major contents of Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath

In a previous role, furniture specialist Tim Duggan was engaged to locate and acquire antique furniture for a family to furnish their detached Georgian home in an exclusive area of Somerset. Some years later, Tim is now a valuer and a member of the specialist staff at Ewbank’s, and has been responsible for securing the valuable collection for sale on their behalf and 37 lots of period furniture, painting and carpets are included in this sale, following the owners decision to downsize. Dutch floral marquetry furniture remains highly popular and the collection includes three notable pieces: an 18th century inlaid chest of drawers with serpentine-shaped top and from the 19th century, a fine and imposing cabinet on chest which utilises the traditional bombe-shape of the Low Countries and a floor-standing corner cabinet with two long glazed doors and brushing slide, each fine enough to grace any home. They are estimated at £1,5002,500, £2,000-4,000 and £1,000-2,000 respectively. A George III mahogany chest on chest (£500-800); a traytop cupboard with two cupboards above three drawers and a mahogany crossbanded chest (each £200-400) are of the period, while a pair of wing armchairs (£300-500) and a gentleman’s single armchair (£700-900) are in the George III style. Regency period furniture is another feature of the collection, notably a mahogany dining table with four leaves and telescopic action (estimate £1,000-1,500) a flame mahogany circular centre table (£1,000-1,500) and a rosewood fold-over card table (£250-400). A late Regency rosewood serpentine-fronted breakfront credenza with brass inlay is estimated at £800-1,200, while a Regency style mahogany bow-fronted sideboard with central drawer and deep cupboard to either side is estimated at £200-400. Later Victorian furniture includes a good mahogany extending dining table (£1,000-1,500) with five leaves 4

Furniture by the renowned Gillows of Lancaster is always held in high esteem by collectors, a later 19th century cabinet in the collection displaying an interesting link between English furniture, exotic wood and continental porcelain. Made from amboyna, a dense hardwood which produces burls, found originally in Indonesia and South East Asia and once in abundance from 1804-1815 but now scarce, the cabinet is decorated with plaques from the French porcelain factory of Sevres. The cabinet is estimated at £1,500-2,500. Equally desirable is a 19th century walnut, boxwood and ebony strung canterbury with a single drawer on turned legs, which is estimated at £300-500. The stand for newspapers or sheet music reputedly derives its name from an Archbishop of Canterbury who is said to have designed the piece and commissioned it sometime in the 1780s. The lots are marked in the catalogue with a reference to this collection.


Wednesday 25th SEPTEMBER 10:30am Jewellery

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coins

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watches

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Silver plate 11.55am

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silver

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clocks

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Timings are approximate

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There will be an addendum for late entries which will be available on the viewing days; all lots are posted with images on our web-site www.ewbankauctions.co.uk This sale is on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 25th, 26th and 27th September commencing at 10.30 am QUARTERLY ANTIQUES AND SPECIALIST AUCTION Commencing 10.30 am Wednesday 25th September

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JEWELLERY 1

Oval open work diamond brooch containing Victorian cut diamonds in an unhallmarked white mount. Length approximately 5.2cm. Gross weight approximately 11grams £1,500-2,000 See Illustration. 9

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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. £1,000-2,000 See Illustration.

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Diamond old cut five stone ring, all claw set in un-marked yellow gold Finger size R £350-450

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Victorian gold bar style brooch set with three graduating size split pearl and diamond £200-300 clusters Length 5cm

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Two pairs of cultured pearl earrings comprising a pair of 9ct gold mabe earrings and a pair of 9ct gold decorative earrings £80-120

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 £1,500-2,000 See Illustration. 4

Late Victorian brooch with diamond set horseshoe motif, a pearl set crop and plain gold £200-400 hunting horn Length 6.5cm

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Gold flexible link bracelet stamped 9ct. C.F. Length 20cm. Weight approximately 36grams. £150-250 See Illustration. 10

Cultured pearl necklace composed of sections of cultured pearls and twisted unhallmarked bars together with bolt ring clasps stamped 9ct. Length approximately 80cm. £200-250

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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. £200-300

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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. £150-200

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Diamond cluster ring in the form of a flowerhead, all in white on a shank stamped 19ct and Plat. Finger size P £350-450


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Twenty three stone diamond and amethyst ring set in unmarked yellow metal £200-300

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Diamond daisy style ring with single central stone and eight stone surround set in platinum and 18ct gold £200-300

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9ct gold Masonic ring, and a small collection of Masonic badges £50-80

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9ct gold charm bracelet ( 24 charms most stamped 9ct ) 64 grams gross weight £600-1,000 See Illustration. 29

Victorian yellow metal locket with inset agate and engraved decoration Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 1¾in. (3cm) £100-150

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Victorian gilt metal propelling pencil with agate seal end . and two yellow metal agate seals Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150

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Solitaire diamond ring set with a single round brilliant cut diamond measuring approximately 6.3mm and assessed as approximately 1ct. Four claw set in a hallmarked platinum mount. Ring size K £2,000-3,000 See Illustration. 14

French gold medallion , ‘Ni vous sans moi ni moi sans vous’ with design of two love birds, 18ct, maker’s mark ‘JP’ £250-350

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Two 9ct gold bracelets formed from a Victorian watch chain, ornate link design, each link stamped, 32g £250-350

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Victorian gold ring set with seed pearls, another with turquoise and a memorial ring £80-120

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Victorian yellow metal and enamel locket with chain, 10ct photo frame pendant and 9ct gold chain £150-250

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Edwardian gold and seed pearl brooch in the form of an Irish harp, unmarked, 1.40in. (4cm) £50-80

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Gold wedding band 22ct and two 18ct gold signet rings £120-140

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Yellow metal gate link bracelet, stamped circular mark £100-150

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Edwardian diamond daisy cluster ring , set in unmarked gold £200-400

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Two dress rings, comprising a garnet and cluster pearl ring and an amethyst and marcasite ring stamped 9ct. £40-80

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Sapphire and diamond ring with oval central stone , stamped 18ct plat £250-350

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Blue topaz ring, oval stone with a single row of diamonds set in 18ct gold £150-250

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Set of three gold and diamond dress studs ( one stone missing) in leather presentation case Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £40-60

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Gold stirrup link bracelet comprising yellow and white 18ct. gold, circa 1999, stamped ENS. (Eric N Smith) Length approx. 20cm. Weight 21.5grams £300-400

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Abstract diamond, pearl and 18ct. gold brooch with similar style earrings both with barrel and tabular freshwater pearl. set with small round cut diamonds. Length of earrings approx. 4cm. Length of brooch approx. 5.5cm £150-250

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Folded ribbon style 9ct. gold brooch with matching earrings Stamped JC. (Julie Crossland). Diameter approx. 3cm. Gross weight 17grams £150-250

Diamond and platinum double clip brooch mixture of baguette, round and millgrain set diamonds in a 1930s styalised setting with original brooch fittings. Length 6.5cm. Gross weight 42.4grams £4,000-6,000 See Illustration.

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Pearl and 18ct. gold necklace double row swag style with brick links and shell motifs, stamped 750 suspending a 7mm claw set freshwater pearl pendant. Length 42cm. Gross weight 28.5grams. £350-550

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9ct gold rope twist necklace 11 grams £100-200

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Penannular 9th century brooch from Jaro. Stated formerly to have been in the Lord McAlpine collection. £50-100

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Cultured pearl necklace single row of graduated 4.5mm- 7mm cultured pearls with silver clasp £20-40

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9th Century ladies’ hair pin - decorated head. £50-100

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Wedding band hallmarked 22ct. gold. Weight approx. 6grams. £80-120

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Ruby and diamond five stone ring in a late Victorian style. Stamped 18ct. Ring size “M”. Weight approx. 3.3grams. £50-70

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Gold bamboo style hinged bangle hallmarked 9ct. gold. Diameter 6cm. Weight 16grams. £100-150

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Plain hallmarked 22ct. gold wedding band Ring size “M”. Weight 5grams £80-100

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Textured square edge hallmarked 18ct. gold wedding band Ring size “O”. Weight 3.2grams. £40-80

Six items of assorted jewellery including a grouse claw brooch, white and blue stone cluster ring, marcasite brooch and imitation pearls. £30-50

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Diamond flowerhead cluster ring principle diamond approx. 0.10cts. millgrain set testing as 18ct. gold. £100-200

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9 ct gold rope chain 17in. (43cm)

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Gold ring, 14 ct 5 grams

£50-100

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Early 20th century white metal oval locket a silver metropolitan police badge and other white metal jewellery £50-100

Diamond bouton cluster ring estimated total diamond weight approx. 0.30cts, plain gold mount testing as 18ct. Gross weight 2.3grams. £100-200

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Edwardian ruby and rose cut diamond ring. hallmarked 18ct. gold circa 1904 £100-200

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Victorian bloomed gold pendant with enamel star and seed pearl , (adapted from a brooch ) 1.60in. (4cm) £200-300

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Victorian yellow metal brooch with enamel star £100-150 and seed pearl cased , 2in. (5cm)

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Cameo ring mounted in 9 ct gold and a Victorian gilt metal mounted cameo £40-60

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Indian gold ring with emeralds , Edwardian amethyst pendant and an agate pin £100-150

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9ct gold heart lock bracelet 26.6 grams £250-350

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Continental gold and blue enamelled locket £150-250 stamped 18 ct gold 9.5 grams

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1960’s three colour gold bracelet , of interlocking segments , 15 ct , 48.5 grams 7½in. (18cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 35 8


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Solitaire diamond ring estimated diamond weight 0.15cts collar set in white gold testing as 18ct.. Gross weight 3.5 grams £150-250

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18ct gold bead link bracelet Length 19cm. Weight 2.2grams £150-250

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Eight various gold and gem set rings, and a pair of earrings £250-350

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Mabe pearl and diamond cluster ring pearl measures 13.4mm and is surrounded by small brilliant cut diamonds on a split shoulder shank testing as 14ct. gold. Gross weight approx. 8 grams £200-400

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Triple stone amethyst ring with border of single diamonds 18ct white gold £200-400

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Mabe pearl gold earrings

£70-100

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Floral cluster garnet ring

£100-150

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9ct gold ring inset with garnet

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Pair of Etruscan style gold and cabochon garnet earrings £80-120

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Cabouchon garnet bracelet, yellow metal untested, and a 9ct. gold bangle £100-150

9ct gold watch chain, 53g 73

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Lapis lazuli graduated beads, pair of gold set ear studs, bead bracelet and ring and heart pendant on 14ct. gold chain £200-300

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Two 9ct. gold signet rings, two 9ct. gold lockets, a yellow metal chain 22.9 grams and a cameo brooch £200-300

A pair of Sri Lankan sapphire earrings, oval cut with diamond surround, converted from studs to chandelier earrings £500-800 See Illustration.

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Edwardian diamond ring set with five graduating cut diamonds in formation, all in an unhallmarked gold mount. Ring size N £100-200

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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. £80-120

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9ct gold lady’s wristwatch

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Gold charm bracelet with assorted 9ct gold charms and a half sovereign. Gross weight 32grams. £300-400

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Roman key link ladder style 18ct. gold bracelet Length 18.5cm. Weight 16grams £200-300

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Textured and decorated bombe style 9ct. gold £80-120 hinged bangle Weight 12.1grams

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Three gold items Comprising a 9ct. gold locket on a 15ct. gold neckchain, a 9ct. gold chevron box link necklace and a yellow initial brooch. Gross weight 24 grams £200-300

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Pair of blue topaz gold heart shaped earrings £30-50 £500-600 See Illustration.

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Two rings a solitaire and a three stone diamond ring £100-200 Mixed items of jewellery comprising three gold signet rings, four cluster rings and a Garrards gold presentation watch £100-200

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Six mixed items including an oval silver locket and a silver cigarette case £40-80

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Gentlemans Edwardian 9ct. gold and mother of pearl dress set in original leather gold tooled case £80-120


Floral spray brooch with aqua marine and ruby, two colour gold, 1960’s and a pair of earrings ensuite stamped 9ct and with indistinct makers mark , In fitted case by Gowland Bros £500-800 See Illustration.

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Textured white gold bracelet with flower head clasp inset with rubies, 18ct 1960’s, stamped 225 VI , 750 8in. (20cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

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Canada silver Proof, 5 dollars(3), Britannia(3) and seven other silver coins, cased (13) £100-150

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Elizabeth II silver Proof £5’s, 2007, 2010, 2012, £2’s(6), £1’s(2), 50p 2007, Piedfort 50p, 2011 £150-250 and 4 Britannia £2’s, 10 cased (17)

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Crowns, 1819, 1845, copies of the Double Leopard and Oxford crown, three sets and a Concorde’s Last Flight silver medal, 2oz, cased, and others £100-150

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George V gold sovereign, 1912

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Elizabeth II gold Proof Tristan De Cunha Trafalgar guinea, 2008, cased, 242/499 £220-280

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Elizabeth II gold Proof Tristan de Cunha St George and The Dragon guinea, 2010, cased £220-280

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Scale reproduction gold Proof, Charles I pattern, 5 unit, 4 grams £100-150

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Elizabeth II gold proof Sovereign, 2010

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Late Victorian diamond brooch in form of a floral spray with flower head en trembleuse, unmarked white and yellow metal 2½in. (5cm) £600-800 See Illustration. Row of cultured pearls with sapphire and diamond clasp , set in unmarked white metal, pearls graduating from 4 mm to 8 mm, 420mm length £600-800 See Illustration.

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Late 19th century fruit form pendant of cabochon garnet and mixed cut diamonds, on yellow metal chain £400-600 See Illustration. 91

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9ct gold signet ring, 22 ct., gold wedding ring, 7 grams, tie pin set with an old cut diamond and a pearl, and a diamond full eternity ring £180-220 Early 20th century aquamarine and diamond cluster ring and three other gem set rings £150-250 9ct gold signet ring, two other gold rings, 9 grams and three gem set rings £100-200

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9ct gold bangle, 8.5 grams

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9ct gold pendent inset with purple stone and chain, and another set with diamond £50-100

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Modern gold Sovereign, 1981

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1880 silver dollar coin

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Three early coins probably 10th/11th century £150-250

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Quantity of mixed world and British coins £20-40

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Selection of fifteen Roman bronze coins, mixed Emperors £20-40

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Three silver Roman coins

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Hammered silver coin, James I Shilling

£150-200 £60-80

£80-120 £20-40 £20-40

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9ct gold wedding band, 2gms

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Quantity of pre 1947 silver coins

COINS

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This section of the sale will not commence before 11.25am Wednesday 25th September

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Victorian Half sovereign - 1896

£100-120

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George V sovereign - 1925

£180-220

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USA Silver eagles, cased (25)

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Westminster World silver coin collection, 2003(4), 2004(4) and 13 other Proof and other silver coins, all cased (2) £250-300

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WATCHES This section of the sale will not commence before 11.40am Wednesday 25th September 124

Gold Berkley bracelet watch with Swiss movement on tapering textured hallmarked 9ct. gold extended bracelet. Length 19.5cm. Gross weight approximately 35.4grams. £150-250 See Illustration. 125

Continental 9ct gold cased repeating pocket chronometer striking on a chime, main dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial stamped 375 £600-1,000 See Illustration. 118

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Rotary gold ladies watch with fancy link gold bracelet £100-150

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United States of America Ten Dollar coin -1895 £350-450 See Illustration. 119

Gold Hong Kong Tael stamped1000 and weighs 37.4grams £800-1,000 See Illustration. 120

Scottish gold medal awarded to Mabel Bond of Falkirk school 1900, with motto ‘Better middle wi the deil than the bairns o Falkirk’, in thistle mount with attached brooch pin, Birmingham hallmarks. 1½in. (3cm) £100-150

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“Arts and commerce promoted” gilt metal medal, awarded to the right honourable Earl Winterton, (1734-1788), Society Inst. London 1754 £50-80

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George V gold sovereign 1901

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Modern gold sovereign with later yellow metal mount on chain, total weight 13 grams £150-200

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Early 20th century 9 carat gold pocket watch with 9 carat gold belcher watch chain £400-600 See Illustration. 130

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Victorian William Comyns pierced silver Goliath pocket watch stand London 1899 £30-50

9 carat gold Waltham pocket watch with brass magnifying stand £300-400 See Illustration. 132

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Gentleman’s silver cased pocket watch £40-60

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Victorian 14ct gold lady’s pocket watch, stamped inside ‘14k’, diameter of face 1.25” £60-100

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Vintage, gold plated Centenaire Eternamatic watch £80-120

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Vintage pilot’s ‘Agir’ watch, with three rows of numerals, marked telemetre and base and two secondary stop watch dials , 1930’s 1.80in. (5cm) £80-120

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An oversized pocket watch, eight days with enamel face and secondary dial, possibly nautical, and other watches, silver and mixed metals 5in. (13cm) £100-150

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Early 20th century Continental pocket watch £30-50

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Hermes travel watch in lizard skin case £150-250

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Ladys Vertex bracelet watch Mechanical movement, hallmarked 9ct. gold. Gross weight 12grams £60-80

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130 Gold pocket watch 18ct. gold cased pocket watch by J.W.Benson, London, the enamelled face with Roman numeral and subsidiary seconds dial, the case with enamelled numerals on 9ct. gold and base metal chain and bar. In original fitted case 4.7cm in diameter £700-1,000 128 Silver cased gentlemans pocket watch by J.G.Graves, hallmarked for1904 with chain £40-60

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Ladies gold plated Cartier wristwatch on leather strap £300-500

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Waltham gold plated pocket watch, with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial £50-80

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Omega gold watch with 9ct. gold chain strap £120-140

Early 20th century Rolex 18ct gold pocket watch with subsidiary seconds dial and 18ct fancy link watch chain, 27 grams, in presentation case £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 146

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142 Omega Victorian gold pendant pocket watch , the case chased with bird and foliate design , enamel face marks , monarch’s head others indistinct 1.60in. (4cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 141

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Omega Speedmaster Professional X-33 quartz titanium gentleman`s wristwatch, with original paperwork and presentation box £800-1,000 See Illustration. 143

9ct gold cased Le Coultre watch on later strap £200-300 See Illustration. 14

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Early 20th century Walker & Hall canteen of silver plated Old English and Thread pattern cutlery for twelve, in three drawer canteen table, third drawer with an oval tray £150-250

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Silver plated oval tray 29in. (74cm)

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Silver plated Mappin & Webb punch bowl and ladle with embossed floral decoration £200-400

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Silver hand mirror, Sheffield plate wine coaster and other items of plate £30-50

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Late 19th C French silver plated dish, pierced decoration of garlands and musical instruments £40-60 , 9.70in. (25cm)

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Pair of silver plated two branch candelabra 20in. (51cm) £80-120

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Part canteen of French silver plated cutlery, and other French silver plated flatware £100-150

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Silver plated candelabra in Art Nouveau style, marked HW & Co. C1900, 18.5” high £40-60

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Pair of silver plated corinthian column candlesticks, 12” high £50-80

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Selection of silver plate including entree dish and cover and swing handled basket £40-60

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Large collection of silver plate including four entree dishes £80-120

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158

George V silver part canteen of Old English and thread pattern cutlery comprising six table forks, six dessert forks, six tablespoons, six teaspoons and a sauce ladle, by Josiah Williams & Co., London, 1926, 40oz, six matching silver plated serving spoons and six bone handled knives £400-600 See Illustration. 159

Modern silver pin tray, two napkin rings, nine spoons and a butter knife, various marks and dates 8oz £80-120

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George VI silver cigarette box, London 1936 7in. (18cm) £60-80

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George V silver pepper grinder, London 1926 3in. (8cm) £50-80

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Pair of George V silver pepper pots, 4oz, London 1923 and another with blue glass liner, marks rubbed £40-60

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George V silver menu holder with ceramic insert, Birmingham 1911 6 x 3in. (15 x 8cm) £50-80

Edward VII silver bowl, London 1902, 8oz £100-200 See Illustration. 164

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Modern silver salver with pie crust rim, on four scroll feet, by C J Vander Ltd., Sheffield, 1992, 28oz £250-350 See Illustration.

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Modern silver novelty pin dish in the form of a skip, maker’s mark ‘NVB’, London, 1992, 4oz, £50-80

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Modern silver dish with a plain reeded rim, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd., London, 1990, and a napkin ring, 16oz £180-220

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George V silver and ivory handled fish knife and fork set for twelve, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield, various dates, (13 forks, 11 knives), £100-200

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Edward VII silver tubular 12” ruler/seal, by ‘Jn. & Rd.’, London, 1903, 2oz £30-50

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George V silver backed and yellow enamelled dressing table set comprising four brushes and a mirror, by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd., Birmingham, 1933 and two other brushes £50-80

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Three George V silver military fiddle and thread pattern dinner forks, by Josiah Williams & Co., London, 1926, a butter knife and a mother of pearl handled fruit knife, gross weight 9oz £100-150

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Chinese silver and mother of pearl comport the legs as sprouting bamboo, central mount in the £30-50 form of a butterfly 9 x 25 cm

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Late Victorian silver three piece tea service comprising tea pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, with embossed scrolling decoration, by Eustace G. Parker, Birmingham, 1899, gross weight 13oz, £120-180


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Pair of modern silver topped cut glass scent bottles, by Carr’s of Sheffield Ltd., marked ‘925’, Sheffield, 2000 £80-120

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Modern silver topped cut glass scent bottle, the top with embossed decoration, by Carr’s of Sheffield Ltd., marked ‘925’, Sheffield, 2000, £40-60

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Continental silver tea strainer with pierced and scrolling decoration, ‘800’ standard, 5” long £50-80

Matched pair of silver sauce boats, with beaded rims on three shell form feet, one by Ollivant & Botsford, Birmingham, 1931, the other by Adie Bros., Birmingham, 1931, 11oz, 4 x 6½in. (10 x 15cm) £150-250 See Illustration. 186

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Trio of silver Art Nouveau trumpet vases, by William Comyns & Sons, London, 1901, (bases filled) £80-120 See Illustration. 175

Silver five piece cruet set, comprising two salts, two pepperettes and mustard pot, by Charles S. Green & Co., Birmingham, 1960, (in fitted case) £60-100

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George V silver mug, the handle with dog head terminal, by Charles S. Green & Co. Ltd., Birmingham, 1935, and a silver card case with scrolling decoration, 5oz £60-80

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Late Victorian silver sugar castor of baluster form, by Sibray, Hall & Co., London, 1899, 6oz, 7in. (18cm) £60-80

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19th century continental silver five piece tea service including presentation tray, inscribed Union Club Berlin, 3 November 1884, marked M F 800 154ozs £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 179

Late 19th century American Sterling silver flatware by S. Kirk & Son, comprising six dinner forks, eight teaspoons, four soup spoons and four dessert forks, 26oz £300-400 See Illustration. 180

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Selection of Sterling silver flatware to include knives, forks and spoons a small beaker and a napkin ring, 33oz £350-450

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Continental silver mounted cut glass claret jug, with scrolling handle and floral decoration, £150-250 marked ‘925’, 10½in. (25cm) See Illustration. 182

Modern silver topped and cut glass scent bottle, maker’s mark ‘OPB’, Birmingham, 2001 £60-100

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Set of four Edward VII silver salts, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1909, ands three salt spoons, in fitted case, 1.80 x 2½in. (5 x 5cm) £70-100

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Silver miniature wild boar stamped 925 £30-50

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Pair of modern silver candlesticks, on fluted columns and lobed bases, by D J Silver Repairs, London, 1992, (loaded bases) 8½in. (20cm) £80-120

195

Small selection of silver items comprising, bowl on octagonal foot, pair of egg cups, trophy cup, sugar tongs, cigarette case, thimble, bangle in fitted case, a purse/notebook, and a small silver plated pill box, various dates and marks £80-120

188

George V silver tea and coffee service, with tea and coffee pots, hot water jug , cream and sugar, by Walker & Hall Sheffield 1925 57 oz gross £700-1,000 See Illustration. 189

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Victorian silver mustard pot, six napkin rings, Comyns boxed silver dish a pepperette and a silver stand ( weighted) £150-250 Garrard silver cruet set, Birmingham 1985, cased £50-80

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Pair of modern silver and gilt waisted beakers, by Grant MacDonald Silversmiths, London, 1975, 9oz £600-800 See Illustration. 192

Victorian and later silver fiddle pattern flatware comprising, two sauce ladles, two tablespoons, four dessert spoons, six dinner forks and two teaspoons, various dates and marks, 29oz £300-500

196

George VI silver four piece tea service comprising teapot, hotwater jug, cream jug and sugar bowl, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1946, gross weight 50oz £500-800 See Illustration. 197

George V silver cream jug with scroll handle on hexagonal foot, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London, 1933, 5oz £50-80

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Modern silver cigarette box with engine turned decoration, by Harman Brothers, Birmingham, 1964 £40-60

199

George IV silver gravy spoon, London, 1826, 4oz £40-60

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Six George IV silver Old English pattern tablespoons, six dinner forks, six dessert spoons, and six teaspoons, by Adey Bellamy Savory, London, 1826, 46oz £500-800 See Illustration.

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Four Victorian military fiddle and thread pattern silver dessert forks, by Chawner & Co., London, 1865, 7oz £80-120

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Small selection of silver items comprising three napkin rings, fork, small bowl, two salts with blue glass liners, ivory handled pickle fork, two rat-tail teaspoons, knife and four continental ‘800’ standard coffee spoons, and a set of six silver plated fruit knives and forks £80-120


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William Comyns silver classical form urn on three legs with rams heads in relief, London 1899 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 7.20in. (18cm) ÂŁ70-100 See Illustration. 204

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Goldsmiths & Silversmiths silver shell form scent bottle , marks indistinct , registered design number 154749, fitted case Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 4.70in. (12cm) ÂŁ100-150 See Illustration.

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George III silver wine funnel by Robert & David Hennell, London 1796 Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 5¾in. (13cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 209

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George II silver salver by William Peaston with raised border on three pad feet, London 1750, 20ozs Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £400-600 See Illustration.

207 Silver and tortoiseshell string box , globe form on a circular base , London 1887 Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 3.80in. (10cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 205

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Silver mug London 1936 , another mug and a Goldsmiths and Silversmiths silver card case Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £120-160

207

Pair of George IV silver grape scissors with fruiting vines, by Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham, 1822, 3.5oz, Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale: From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 7.20in. (18cm) £100-150 See Illustration.

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George III silver swing handled basket, with pierced and embossed foliate decoration, on oval foot, by William Plummer, London, 1773, 20oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £300-500 See Illustration. 211

Pair of silver Art Nouveau photograph frames embossed with cherubs and scrolling foliage, by William Comyns & Sons, London, 1903, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £200-300 See Illustration. 212

George V silver three piece tea service comprising teapot, cream jug and sugar bowl, all with gadrooned borders on the four ball feet, by C. S. Harris & Sons Ltd., London, 1932, gross weight 32oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £300-500

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Edward VII silver cigarette case with scrolling decoration, by Smith & Bartlam, Birmingham, 1904, 7oz, Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £80-120 Dutch white metal fork and spoon, the spoon bowl with a coat of arms, pierced scrolling handle and galleon terminals, pseudo marks, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £80-120 Late Victorian silver six division toast rack on ball feet, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London, 1896, 9oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150 Twelve silver late Victorian Old English pattern dessert spoons and six dessert forks by Thomas Prime & Son, Birmingham, 1893, 27oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £300-400 Six William IV silver fiddle pattern dinner forks by A B Savory & Sons, London, 1834, 14oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £150-250 Four silver George III Old English pattern tablespoons, by John Robertson I, Newcastle, 1798, 9oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150 Six silver George III fiddle pattern tablespoons, by Peter & William Bateman, London, 1814, 17oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £180-220 Six George III silver Old English pattern table forks, by William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1802, 13oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £150-250 Six silver Victorian dessert spoons, by Joseph & Albert Savory, London, 1850, 9oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150

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Six George III/IV silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, four by Josiah & George Piercy, London, 1817, and two by James Beebe, London, 1832, 8oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150

223

Six Victorian silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, by Executor James Beebe, London, 1841, 4oz, sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £50-80

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Six silver Victorian fiddle pattern teaspoons, by H J Lias & Son, London, 1865, 4oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £50-80

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Six Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert forks, four by Chawner & Co., London, 1847, two by H J Lias & Son, London, 1865, 9oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150 Five Victorian silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, by Charles Boyton II, London, 1873, 2oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £30-50 Victorian silver presentation chalice decorated with a band of stylised foliate decoration, on beaded knopped stem and foot, by Henry Holland, London, 1868, 8oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150 Set of six George V silver coffee spoons, by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd., Birmingham, 1929, (in fitted case), pair of sugar tongs, two butter knives, five teaspoons, another spoon, letter opener and a sauce ladle, gross weight 10oz, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150 Dutch imported silver coloured white metal horse and carriage on sleigh with side rider, a silver napkin ring and two others Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £60-80

George III silver cylindrical box with hinged cover and embossed mask and scroll decoration, Robert Garrard I, London, 1804, 17oz, £180-220 See Illustration.

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George V silver cigarette box with engine turned decoration, by J. Bros, Birmingham, 1931, £40-60

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18th century silver soup ladle, marks rubbed, possibly 1755, 5oz, £50-80

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George III and IV silver fiddle pattern spoons, comprising five table four dessert and three tea, by William Eley & William Fearn, and two spoons by other makers, various dates, 20oz, £200-300


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George V silver trophy cup and cover, by S. Blackensee & Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1928, nine spoons and dish inset with a coin, 7oz, £70-100

235

Edward VII silver and ivory handled fish knife and fork set for six, by Reid & Sons, London, 1908, in fitted case £60-100

236

Sterling silver bowl with swan handles and a beaded rim and foot, marked ‘925’, 21oz, £200-300

237

Sterling silver bowl with a wavy rim and a band of embossed floral decoration, marked ‘925’, 10oz and a small silver plated ashtray £80-120

238

Modern silver mounted and cut glass claret jug, by C J Vander Ltd., Sheffield, 1998 £300-500 See Illustration. 239

George V silver cruet set, comprising salt and pepper shakers, mustard pot, four napkin rings, silver salt spoon and a plated salt spoon, by P. Bash & Co., Birmingham, 1932, in fitted case, £100-150

240

Edward VII silver twin-handled presentation cup and cover, by Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield, £100-150 1908, 12oz, 8½in. (20cm)

241

Late Victorian shell shaped sweet meat dish on three ball feet, by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield, 1898, three jugs and a salt, 13oz £100-150

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George V extensive silver dressing table set comprising, clock, tray, four brushes, three jars, trinket box, mirror, button hook, shoe horn and comb, by Adie Bros., Birmingham 1924/1926, £250-350 See Illustration. 243

18th Century silver mounted coconut goblet on a spreading circular pedestal base, the mounts with lappet borders, crested, maker’s mark only, struck thrice (possibly John Le Sage) £400-600 See Illustration.

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Victorian silver mounted cut glass claret jug London 1889 by Charles Edwards 12½in. (30cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 245 242

19th century French silver beaker with flared rim, shell and foliage decoration, on round foot, £50-80 2.5oz, 3¾in. (8cm) 23


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Cased set of six picture back silver spoons ,’ I love liberty’ slogan with bird above cage, crown, cock and others . maker TB & S Sheffield 1982 £20-40 Oxford School of Art, contemporary Arts & Crafts, serving spoon with leaf form, London, 1972, 10½in. (25cm) £30-50

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Set of six silver two handled tot cups in the form of trophies, D & R Birmingham 1955 £80-120

249

Victorian silver framed mirror, maker SB Birmingham 1900 9.80 x 9.80in. (25 x 25cm) £30-50

250

Edward VII large silver chamberstick by Thomas Bradbury & Sons , Sheffield 1909 £30-50

257

Victorian pierced oval silver bon bon dish by CSFS, Birmingham 1899 £20-40

258

Cased silver manicure set, Birmingham 1938 £20-40

259

Victorian silver snuff box with engine turned finish, by Nathaniel Mills Birmingham 1842 £60-90

260

George III ribbed silver snuff box with flush hinge, Birmingham 1786 £40-60

261

Victorian silver card case with curved back, Birmingham 1899 £20-40

262

William Hair Hasler silver matchbox holder, Birmingham 1924 and a silver matchbook holder, Birmingham 1924 £30-50

263

George V, Walker & Hall set of six silver spoons with enamelled YMCA emblems, Birmingham 1923 £20-40

264

Swan embossed silver wine tasting spoon with squirrel finial, import marks by B.H.M., Sheffield 1899 £20-40 See Illustration. 265

Horse embossed silver caddy spoon with bird finial, import marks by Bernard Muller, Chester 1906 £20-40 See Illustration. 266

“Henry VIII” embossed silver caddy spoon with English coat of arms finial, import marks by Bernard Muller, CHester 1903 £20-40

Robin Beresford contemporary silver letter opener, one of four made to this design , with letter from designer , 1977 £30-50 See Illustration.

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Walker & Hall novelty heart shaped silver toastrack , Sheffield 1917 £20-40

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David Andersen , Norway, six silver gilt and enamel spoons , cased £30-50

254

Triple aspect silver photo frame by R Carr , Sheffield 1988 11½ x 5½in. (28 x 13cm) £30-50

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Victorian silver and tortoiseshell silver page turner , Birmingham 1895 14½in. (36cm) £40-60

Victorian silver mug with etched decoration of knights, George Adams , London 1870 £60-90 See Illustration. 256

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Novelty silver pair of wishbone form sugar tongs, Birmingham 1924 £15-30

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Three pairs of silver sugar tongs with varying nips in the form of Isle of Man legs and talons £20-40

276

Tiffany & Co sterling silver Honeywell desk thermometer 25006 £20-40

277

Victorian silver three piece double struck Queens pattern christening set by John Oxley, Sheffield 1866 £40-60

George V silver trowel form bookmark with mother of pearl handle, Birmingham 1912 £20-40

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Edward VII silver bookmark with embossed handle by W.H.S. Birmingham 1904 £20-40

George V silver and tortoiseshell eight-day clock, Birmingham 1923 £50-80

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Two silver bookmarks one with hand and pointing finger, Birmingham 1980 and a Chrisford & Norris trowel form silver bookmark £20-40

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Boxed silver brush set, Birmingham 1921 and a three piece silver handled boxed glove set, Sheffield 1930 £20-40

Two silver caddy spoons by H WIlkinson, Sheffield 1909 and C B and S, Sheffield 1911 £20-40

Victorian silver caddy spoon with rectangular bowl by C.B., London 1866 £20-40 See Illustration. 268

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George III shell bowl silver caddy spoon by George Wintle, London 1818 £30-50 See Illustration. 270

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Silver three branch epergne, Birmingham 1922, and three other silver vases £40-40

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Two silver photograph frames, Chester 1912, Birmingham 1918 £30-50

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Desk items including a silver seal, a silver receipt holder and a desk flagpole stand £20-40

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Gothic arched silver toast rack by Archie Brothers, Birmingham 1924 £20-40

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Edward VII cased pair of silver Art Nouveau bowls with heart shaped handles by Jackson & Fullerton, London 1910 £40-60

301

Continental miniature Victorian silver chair with scrolled pierced back, import marks for London 1896 £20-40

302

Edwardian miniature silver coronation chair, Birmingham 1901 £20-40

303

Bird embossed silver miniature chair, import marks London 1904 £20-40

304

Mr. Punch silver handled shoe horn and panther headed shoe horn and glove stretchers £20-40

George IV silver decanter label for ‘Rum’ by C Rawlings, London 1824 £30-50

305

Victorian grape border silver decanter label for ‘whisky’ by Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1846 £30-50

Silver cigar cutter, Birmingham 1911 and a continental 800 grade silver cigar holder £20-40

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Silver Edwardian bulbous form mug, Birmingham 1906 and a silver slim stem cup, Birmingham 1923 £20-40

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Silver vesta case with engine turned finish and vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1938 £20-40

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Victorian silver vesta case with vacant cartouche and bright cut decoration, Birmingham 1900

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Silver christening mug by Chrisford & Norris, Birmingham 1929 £20-40

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Silver three-piece cruet stand, Birmingham 1898 a silver bottle stand, Birmingham 1918 and a silver tea strainer 1943 £40-60

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George IV silver floral bordered decanter label for ‘Sherry’ by SCY & Co., Sheffield 1825 £30-50

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George IV silver decanter label for ‘Claret’ by C Rawlings, London 1824 £30-50

290

George III silver decanter label for ‘Sherry’, E.E.J.W. Barnard, Birmingham 1813 £20-40

291

Set of six silver bowling themed spoons, cased by H W M, Birmingham 1940 £20-40

292

Walker & Hall pedestal silver bon bon dish, Birmingham 1929 £30-50

293

George III silver sauce ladle by Richard Crossley, London 1801 £20-40

294

Pair of pierced silver ring dishes, Birmingham 1923 silver photo frame with teddy bear, two silver top table jars, Birmingham 1923, a double ended silver scent bottle and a white metal pill box £40-60

295

Silver pedestal mug by E.W.H., Birmingham 1948 £20-40

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Continental boat finial silver caddy spoon with embossed swimming swans to bowl, import B. Muller, Chester 1909 £20-40 See Illustration. Continental religious silver spoon, import by Bertholl Muller, Chester 1909 £20-40 See Illustration.

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Large Arts and Crafts silver two handled vase with handles formed of male lions with Celtic pattern bowl and pierced lower step, with later bowls inscription, by Charles Clement Piling, London 1908 £100-150 See Illustration.

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George III silver shell bowl caddy spoon, London 1795 £30-50 See Illustration. 297

George III silver caddy spoon by Solomon Houghan, London 1792 £30-50

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Continental ornate scoop form silver caddy spoon with classical figure to the bowl, import mark BHM, Sheffield 1909 £20-40 See Illustration. 309 26

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Victorian silver eight day carriage clock by W.C. & J.C. Ltd., retailed by Goldsmiths Company, 112 Regent Street, London 1898 £120-160 See Illustration. 324

George VI silver shaped hip flask of rectangular form by William Neal, Birmingham 1936 £60-90

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William IV silver embossed berry sifter ladle, London 1831 £20-40

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Edwardian silver half reeded silver mug by William Hutton & Sons, London 1901 £30-50 See Illustration. 318 310

Set of six silver napkin rings by G M & Co., Birmingham 1915 £40-60

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Pair of provincial Victorian silver berry serving spoons by W P, Exeter 1843 £50-80

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Pair of C J Vander pierced silver grape scissors/ shears, London 1971 £40-60

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Large silver photo frame with floral corners by H.W.D., Chester 1911 10 x 7½in. (25 x 18cm) £30-50

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Tiffany & Co. sterling silver mug 23498, free from inscription £40-60

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Guilloche yellow enamel and silver case by C.S.G. & Co., Birmingham 1931 £30-50

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19th Century silver case with serpentine edge, a mixed pattern engine turned finish and vacant cartouche by F & Co., Birmingham 1850 £30-50

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Francis Higgins set of twelve silver double apostle and angel spoons with barleytwist stems, London 1884 £40-60

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Edward VII Sampson Morden novelty silver owl paper weight, Chester circa 1908 £30-50 See Illustration. 319

Silver sculpture of a sow and piglets by County Artists, Birmingham £20-40

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Novelty life size silver paper weight in the form of a lemon, Birmingham 1996 £30-50

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Walker & Hall silver bright cut leaf decorated cased three piece christening set, Sheffield 1895 £30-50

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Art Deco Sterling silver set of six cherry top cocktail sticks £20-40 326 27


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Pair of square stemmed silver vases, Sheffield 1913 £20-40

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Two silver photo frames, the large Chester 1906, the smaller Birmingham 1917 £20-40

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Large Art Nouveau silver fruit stand with rolled bar feet and turned handles, Chester 1972 £120-160 See Illustration. 340

Horse riding embossed silver vesta case £20-40

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Victorian silver teddy bear form rattle and teether, Chester 1893 £30-50

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George V novelty silver pepperette in the form of a teapot, Chester 1912 £40-60

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Novelty silver pin cushion in the form of an elephant, Birmingham circa 1908 £70-100 See Illustration. 344

Set of six George III Scottish silver spoons by J.M. Edinburgh 1805 £40-60

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Pair of Scottish silver 19th Century pedestal bowls with bright cut border by J Mackey, Edinburgh 1857 £40-60 See Illustration.

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Set of six silver and coloured enamel spoons by B.B.S. & Co., Birmingham 1971 £40-60

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Cased set of four silver bridge pencils

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Silver snooker chalk holder in its original case, Birmingham 1995 £30-50

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Mappin & Webb silver golf tea and ball marker, cased £15-30

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Two silver novelty drink/cocktail stirrers in the form of golf clubs £20-40

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Novelty silver champagne swizzle stick in the form of a champagne bottle marked ‘Champagne Dry Mantle’, Birmingham 1966 £20-40

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Pair of silver candlesticks with boxed pattern design, Chester1916 £30-50

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Novelty silver pill/pinch pot in the form of a mussel shell £15-30

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Unusual patent silver six slotted multi slide pen/ pencil, import Sheffield 1912 £20-40

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Novelty George V silver table top snuff box in the form of a tortoise by C & S, Birmingham 1912 £150-200 See Illustration.

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Victorian silver military crested soup ladle by John Round, Sheffield 1896, 13” long. £80-120 See Illustration.

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Triple sovereign and spring stamp holder silver case by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1899 £80-120

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Edward VII silver two division silver stamp holder by W.H.W., Birmingham 1906 £30-50

360

Asprey & Co. silver coin holder of tube form, London 1958 £30-50

361

George III combination silver vinaigrette and snuff box by W.P., Birmingham 1813 £80-120

362

George IV silver bright cut vinaigrette by T.N., Birmingham 1826 £40-60

363

Lozenge form Victorian silver vesta case with attached tools by E.H.W., London 1886 £30-50

364

Silver letter opener with blue enamelled handle cased £20-40

365

Open mouthed bird handled silver letter opener by A. Norman, import marks for London 1977 £20-40

366

Pheasant topped silver desk paper weight by C.R.W., Birmingham 1998 £30-50

346 347

George V silver table lighter in the form of an Aladdin’s lamp with snake handle by A.J.Zimmerman, Birmingham 1930 £40-60

348

Silver mounted match ball striker by Saunders & Sheppard, Chester 1891 £20-40

349

Novelty Scottish themed silver mounted glass match holder in the form of a thistle, London 1898 £40-60

350

Victorian silver quaiche with Celtic cross and thistle themed handles by J.F., Birmingham 1896 £50-80

351

Celtic patterned silver dish by ALED, Birmingham 1976

£20-40

352

Edward VII unusual Scottish themed thistle topped silver caddy spoon by W.J & S., Birmingham 1902 £30-50

353

George IV banded fiddle pattern silver 19th Century caddy spoon by George Wintle, London 1824 £20-40

354

George III silver shell bowl caddy spoon, London 1793 £30-50 See Illustration. 355

George III silver heart shaped filigree caddy spoon, circa 1800 £30-50 See Illustration. 356

George IV silver caddy spoon with unusual terminal by Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1833 £40-50

Liberty & Co. silver and turquoise enamel spoons in original case, Birmingham 1953 £80-120 See Illustration.

357

357

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367

Liberty & Co. set of six cased silver cake forks, Birmingham 1937 £80-120 See Illustration.

373

Silver bottle coaster by CL Birmingham and a silver mounted Horn Beaker £20-40

374 Sampson Morden & Co. silver desk top barrel form match holder with slide top opening and engine turned finish, Patent 281515, London 1929 £80-120 See Illustration.

Set of four silver miniature chairs formed with coins £20-40

375

Victorian leaf form silver decanter label, Rum by Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham 1876 £30-50

369

Very large 916 grade silver inkwell, 15.5 cm base diameter £20-40

376

Leaf form silver decanter label, Gin, London, by SMD £20-40

370

Edward VII silver cased double cruet set by HP & S and retailed by Fattorini and Sons London 1907 £50-80

377

Set of three Scottish silver decanter labels for, Sweet, Dry and Whisky £30-50

378 371

Victorian novelty silver pepperette in the form of a milk churn Birmingham 1900 £20-40

George IV silver triple banded decanter label, Port London 1824 £20-40

379 372

Modern Scottish silver eagle mounted paperweight with possible military links Edinburgh 1975 £20-40

Victorian silver decanter label in the form of a W, with Bright cut decoration by George Unite Birmingham 1856 £30-50

380

George III silver unengraved decanter label of ornate design by WM London 1777 £30-50

381

George IV silver decanter label, Sherry London 1824 £20-40

382

Victorian silver decanter label, Rum, by George Unite Birmingham 1847 £20-40

383

Victorian rope banded silver decanter label, Brandy, Chester 1897 £20-40

384

Edward VII silver cream jug with fleur de lys border by SB and Co import London 1902 £20-40

385

George V set of three silver mounted tortoiseswhell dressing table items Birmingham 1920 £30-50

386

Two silver vesta cases one with a vacant cartouche and bright cut decoration, Birmingham 1913 and 1907 £30-50

387

Edward VII circular silver vesta case, Birmingham 1907

368

367

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£20-40

388

George V William Hair Hasler silver carved back case Birmingham 1916 £20-40

389

George V helmet shaped silver cream jug by HW Sheffield 1913 £30-50

390

Modern silver marrow scoop by CB and S Sheffield 1984 £30-50

391

Modern silver photo frame with floral borders by PR London 1994 6½ x 6in. (15 x 15cm) £20-40

392

Irish silver crested George III caddy spoon by John Pitar Dublin 1800 £40-60


393

George IV bright cut silver caddy spoon by George Wintle London 1820 £30-50

411

Victorian provincial silver sauce ladle by Reid and Sons Newcastle 1842 £30-50

394

George III silver shell bowl caddy spoon by Matthew Linwood Birmingham 1803 £30-50

412

George V Arts and Crafts silver cream jug with a planished interior finish sat on four legs by FFC London 1912 £30-50

395

Two silver caddy spoons London 1841 and Sheffield 1973 £20-40

396

Silver advertising ashtray London 1937 and silver page marker or letter opener Birmingham 1997 £30-50

397

Silver fruit knife, a silver RAOB medal, a silver Masonic emblem and cufflinks various dates £20-40

398

Victorian crested silver cased campaign shaving brush by TJ London 1850 £30-50

399

Selection of silver flatware including Liberty and Co, mixed dates £20-40

400

Novelty silver mounted cased Meersham pipe with amber mouthpiece with a hand holding the bowl £20-40

401

George V silver sauce boat by JR and S Sheffield 1911 £20-40

402

Modern miniature silver mantle clock by S and Co London and a silver handled magnifying glass, Birmingham 1925 £30-50

403

George III Scottish provincial silver berry sifting ladle by Cameron of Dundee circa 1818 £40-60

404

Cased set of four silver Bridge pencils

405

George III silver table snuff box with Agate top and base and engine turned finish with gilt interior edges by Thomas Phipps, and Edward Robinson London 1808 £100-150

406

George III octagonal silver vinaigrette by MJ Birmingham 1800 £60-90

407

Large Scottish themed letter opener with inlaid agate handle and thistle design cut smoky quartz to end in the form of a dagger, 10 “ long by JC & S Birmingham 1931 £80-120

408

George II silver marrow scoop London 1749 £80-120

409

George V novelty table lighter in the form of a ships lantern with red glass front marked for Port with hinged cover by EAJ London 1929 £80-120

410

Modern silver statue of a soldier holding an SLR with separate regimental badge both set into a polished stone base, by PDW with possible Falkland Island conflict links Birmingham 1981 £50-80

413

Pair of modern silver mugs with scroll handles, by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd., London, 1961, 21oz £200-300 See Illustration. 414

Modern Silver and glass decanter with Art Nouveau handle, stamped 925, 10in. (25cm) £200-400

415

Modern Silver and glass decanter in Art Nouveau style, with embossed floral decoration, £200-400 stamped 925 11in. (28cm)

416

Silver and glass storm lamp with etched decoration depicting strawberries, Birmingham 1972, by Barrowclift Silvercraft 12in. (30cm) £100-150

George III silver brandy warmer and cover on earlier stand, brandy warmer and cover by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, London, 1816, stand and burner by John Emes, London, 1806, gross weight 21.5oz £500-800 See Illustration. 417

£30-50

413

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418

George IV silver punch ladle with whale bone handle, Glasgow, 1828, 16.5” long £60-80

419

George III silver punch ladle with whale bone handle and inset with a George II coin £40-60

420

George V silver inkwell of octagonal form with hinged cover, by Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1929 £80-120

421

George V silver cigarette box and another £40-60

422

George V silver card case and a baby’s push and baby’s spoon, 2.5oz £40-60

423

George V silver tea caddy by Mappin & Webb, with hinged cover, gadrooned border on four paw feet, London, 1924, 6oz £80-120

424

George VI silver set of six grapefruit spoons with matching silver plated knife, in fitted case, by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd., Sheffield, 1937, spoons, 5oz £40-60

425

George V silver part set of eight fruit knives and eight fruit forks with mother-of-pearl handles, cased £50-80

426

Victorian silver salt, mustard pot, pair of William Comyns napkin rings, another and a spoon £80-120

427

Pierced silver bowl , London 1920, and two shallow dishes, London, 1939, 3.5oz £50-80

428

George III silver fiddle pattern gravy spoon by William Burch, London, 1804, 4oz, 12in. (30cm) £70-100

429

Silver shaped hip flask, London, maker JH, year mark rubbed 6 x 3¾in. (15 x 8cm) £70-100

430

Silver money clip, London 1976 2½in. (5cm) £30-50

431

George VI silver teapot and matching cream jug with wavy rim on round foot, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1945, 32oz £350-450

Pair of Edward VII Adam style silver candlesticks by James Dixon & sons, Sheffield, £200-400 1902, weighted 10½in. (25cm) See Illustration.

432

George V silver eight piece manicure set, Birmingham 1925 in fitted box £150-250

437

433

Victorian silver mug with crest and dated 1871, silver cigarette box, marks rubbed and christening spoon and fork, London 1900 £50-80

George III silver flat bottom cream jug with floral decoration, by George Brasier, London, £80-120 1798, 2.5oz, 4½in. (10cm)

438

Victorian silver salad servers with ivory handles, London 1881, together with cased christening spoon and fork, London 1904 £70-100

Edward VII silver four lobed sugar bowl on ball feet, Birmingham, 1907, a small mug, jug, mustard pot and cover, salt and a Sterling bowl and teaspoon £150-250

439

19th century French silver pastry server with engine turned decoration, (filled handle), £80-120

434

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436

440 435

Victorian silver mustard pot with hinged cover on three ball feet, London, 1842, 5oz £50-80

436


440

Pair of George V silver trumpet vases, Birmingham, 1915, and another similar larger, 1915 £100-200 See Illustration. 441

442

458

George III silver cream jug with bright cut decoration, London, 1802, 3.5oz £40-60

459

Pair of George IV silver sauce ladles, one maker’s mark ‘IL’, London, 1821, 2.5oz £30-50

Set of three silver labels for gin, whisky and brandy £40-60

460

Pair of George III Irish silver fiddle pattern tablespoons, by William Ward, Dublin, 1787, 5oz £60-100

Five silver labels with vine borders

444

Modern silver cigarette box, Birmingham, 1962, and silver locket £30-50

445

Silver bowl with pierced rim on round foot, £150-180

446

George VI silver cigarette box with engine turned decoration, by E & N Speak, £100-200 Birmingham, 1946, 6¾in. (15cm)

448

449

450

George IV silver shell bowl caddy spoon, with beaded handle, maker’s mark ‘RC’, London, 1826 £20-30

Pair of Edward VII silver kiddish cups, Chester, 1909, and a pair of silver dressing table candlesticks, (loaded bases) £80-120

443

447

457

£40-60

Collection of small silver items to include a blue glass double-ended perfume bottle, dressing table jars, cigarette case and other items £60-100 George IV silver waiter with bright cut decoration, beaded borders on four ball and claw feet, maker’s mark ‘IL’, London, 1826, 4oz, £40-60 Edward VII silver desk stand, with inkwell and two pen trays, gadrooned border on four scroll feet, by Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd., London, 1903, 13oz, 8in. (20cm) £150-250 George V silver candlestick with fluted and knopped stem on shaped square base, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd., Sheffield, 1927, (converted to a lamp), 10in. (25cm) £60-100

451

George III silver sauce ladle by Hester Bateman, London, 1787, 1.5oz £60-100

452

George III silver sauce ladle, by Thomas Wilkes Barker, London, 1819, 1.5oz £20-30

453

George III silver caddy spoon, with bright cut decoration, London, 1797 £20-30

454

George IV silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon, by William Bateman I, London, 1821 £20-30

455

Continental silver caddy spoon with embossed decoration and cockerel terminal, import marks for Chester, 1909 £20-30

456

George III oval silver teapot with bright cut decoration, by John Douglas, London, 1816, 14oz £150-250

461

Edward VII silver part canteen of Old English pattern cutlery, comprising twelve tablespoons, eleven dessert spoons, twelve table forks and twelve dessert forks, by Josiah Williams & Co., London, 1908, 95oz £1,000-1,200 See Illustration. 462

George V silver cream jug with scroll handle on hoof feet, by Walker & Hall, Birmingham, 1935, and another similar by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., Birmingham, 1925, 6oz £60-80

463

George V Irish silver cream jug, with scroll handle on three hoof feet, by Richard Burbridge and retailed by Harrods, Dublin, 1913, 3oz £30-50

464

Pair of George III silver spoons with bright cut decoration and embossed with fruit, maker’s mark ‘IM’, London, 1772, 4oz £40-60

465

George III silver fiddle and thread caddy spoon, by Josiah Snatt, London, 1805 £20-30

466

Victorian silver waiter with beaded and pierced border, on three scroll feet, by ‘J & H H’, Birmingham, 1874, 9oz £100-150

467

Edward VII silver cream jug of baluster form on round foot by Stokes & Ireland Ltd., Chester, 1906, 3oz £30-50

461

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468

Small selection of George III and later silver flatware comprising four dessert spoons, twelve teaspoons, butter knife, and another knife, various dates and marks, gross weight 15oz £150-250

469

Victorian silver cream jug and sugar bowl, with embossed decoration by Charles Boyton II, London, 1888, pair of pierced bonbon dishes, gravy boat, continental silver cream jug, pierced bowl, and a silver backed dressing table brush, weighable silver 11oz £120-180

470

Continental silver spoon, the bowl embossed with a crest, scrolling and pierced handle and sailing ship terminal, import marks for Chester, 1905, and another with a similar handle, 4oz, £40-60

471

Victorian coromandel dressing box, the fitted interior with eleven silver topped bottles and jars and a mirror, silver marked, London, 1871, £200-300

472

Silver coffee bean spoons, silver handled knives and other plated wares £50-80

473

Six silver salt spoons, various dates and a sugar shovel £40-60

474

Hunting knife with ornate handle and sheath, decoration of birds and animals and a hunter in landscape, swiss blade, unmarked white metal, probably Argentinian, 11.20in. (28cm) £100-150

475

Set of twelve German silver mounted fish knives and forks, with ball and claw terminals, marked ‘800’ £200-400

476

George IV silver vinaigrette of oval form with bright cut top, gilt interior, circa 1820 1” £50-80

477

Silver cheroot holder and a silver snuff box £30-50

478

Modern silver model of a lion, with import marks for London, 1976 20 ozs, and another (not tested) £350-450

479

Silver Jubilee silver dish, limited edition 1148/2000, by Roberts & Dore Ltd, London, 1977, 11oz with certificate of authenticity £100-150

Modern silver Insignia of Europe, limited edition 267/900, by William Comyns & Sons £200-300 Ltd., with certificate of authenticity See Illustration.

480 483

George V Rat-tail pattern part canteen of matched silver cutlery, comprising twelve dessert spoons, six dinner forks and six dessert forks, mostly by John Round & Son Ltd., Sheffield, various dates, 46oz £500-600

484

Set of six George V silver grapefruit spoons, by Frank Cobb & Co. Ltd., Sheffield, 1932, 5oz £50-80

485

Set of Danish silver and enamelled coffee spoons, marked ‘925’, in fitted case, another set of coffee spoons, set of teaspoons, and other items of silver flatware including souvenir spoons, gross weight 11oz £120-180

486

George V boxed set of silver gilt and mother-ofpearl handled fruit knives and forks for twelve, by The Goldsmiths Co., Sheffield, 1915, in fitted case £100-150

487

Set of six Victorian silver Fiddle patterned teaspoons, Sheffield 1899 and a silver backed mirror, marks rubbed £50-80

488

George II silver oval teapot, Chester, 1735,16oz £200-300

489

George V silver hot water jug, Birmingham 1933, 10oz £100-200

490

George V silver child’s bowl, fork and spoon, bowl engraved with sailing boat, teddy bear and duck, London , 5oz, in presentation box with retail mark for Bracher & Sydenham, Reading £80-120

491

Three Victorian oval salts, set of four silver ashtrays, oval mustard pot, pepperette, two serviette holders and a baby’s push and spoon, various dates and marks, 13oz £120-180

480

481 482

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The silver map of Great Britain, London, 1977, with certificate of authenticity £60-100 George V silver bowl, Birmingham 1924 and another similar, Birmingham 1912, 7 ozs £70-100


492

George V silver cigarette box, Birmingham, and another £50-80

493

George V silver and enamelled cigarette case by Aspreys of London, London 1913, 6oz £80-120

494

Modern silver goblet, London 1981, commemorating the marriage of Charles and Diana, 4oz, with certificate, limited edition of 1500; an American white metal salver on three bun feet (untested, unmarked), 4oz £40-60

CLOCKS This section of the sale will not commence before 3.20pm Wednesday 25th September 495

Early 20th century aneroid barometer on spelter base with figural mounts 12in. (30cm) £100-200

496

Early 20th century oak cased French mantel clock with twin train movement striking on a £60-80 chime 11in. (28cm)

497

Brass and glass carriage clock by Benetfik & £40-60 Co 6in. (15cm)

499

498

Early 20th century Grand Sonnerie brass carriage clock, the enamelled dial with Roman numerals and with a subsidiary alarm dial 7in. (18cm) £1,200-1,800 See Illustration.

502 499

19th century oak cased wall clock with a single train fusee movement, diam.15” £300-500 See Illustration. 500

19th century mahogany cased wall clock, diam.17” £80-120

501

Early 20th century American oak cased mantel £40-60 clock 14in. (36cm)

502

498

19th century brass and glass mantel clock with enamelled dial, visible anchor escapement and twin train movement, striking on bell, mercury filled pendulum 14in. (36cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 35


Early 20th century metal cased barograph by Short & Mason, London, numbered C148 9 x 13 x 7in. (23 x 33 x 18cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 507

508

Early 20th century French gilt metal mantel clock with lion’s head mounts, twin train movement striking on a bell 20in. (51cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 509

19th century French brass bracket clock with enamel dial and subsidiary date dial, with repeat, on later pine bracket 31in. (79cm) £200-300

510

19th century French brass bracket clock with enamel dial and subsidiary date dial, with repeat, on oak bracket 20in. (51cm) £200-300

511

Early 20th century novelty clock of a woman £80-120 holding a globe 23in. (58cm)

512

19th century French wall clock with wooden painted dial decorated with flowers 17in. (43cm) £60-80

507

508 503

Early 20th century walnut cased Vienna regulator by J. Feldman of Budapest 40in. (102cm) £150-250

504

Early 20th century walnut cased Vienna £150-250 regulator 45in. (114cm)

505

Early 20th century walnut cased Vienna regulator with subsidiary second dial 47in. (119cm) £150-250

506

19th century baroque style rosewood and parquetry inlaid portico clock, with enamelled and painted dial, twin train movement striking on a bell 19in. (48cm) £200-300 513

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515 513

18th century eight day mahogany rosewood, crossbanded and boxwood strung longcase clock by Charles Lyon of Hamilton, the case with carved blind fret decoration, spiral turned supports with gilt metal mounts, brass dial with silvered chapter ring, painted moon phase dial, subsidiary second and date dials, twin train movement striking on a bell 86in. (218cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration. 514

19th century French carved giltwood and glass barometer with thermometer and weather dial, reading Par Avrillon opticien Paris 38in. (97cm) £100-200

516 19th century brass ship’s barometer by A. Pastorelli of London, on mahogany mount 46in. (117cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 515

516

19th century parquetry inlaid stick barometer £300-500 by Bianchi of Paris 41in. (104cm) See Illustration. 517

19th century mahogany stick barometer with £150-250 paper weather dial 36in. (91cm)

518

19th century mahogany banjo barometer by £200-300 W.Witkins 38in. (97cm) 37


Late 19th/early 20th century oak cased stick barometer by C. Lowdon of Dundee 41in. (104cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 519

520

19th century Admiral Fitzroy barometer, in oak £200-300 case 43in. (109cm) See Illustration. 521

Early 20th century oak cased barometer 34in. (86cm) £50-80

520 522

19th century French carved giltwood banjo barometer by S.Giorge dated 1882 39in. (99cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 523

519

38

19th century burr walnut banjo barometer by £300-500 A.Casartelli 44in. (112cm) See Illustration.


522

523

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528

Early 20th century Empire style desktop clock/ barometer with eagle finial 14in. (36cm) £50-80

529

Late 8th/early 19th century stained bracket clock with double fusee movement, the silvered dial with Roman numerals, striking on gongs 13½in. (33cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 530

Brass and four glass repeating carriage clock with lever movement, movement signed and numbered Matthew Norman, London, 1751A, 7” high £400-600 See Illustration.

529

524 Admiral Fitzroy oak cased barometer 37in. (94cm) £150-250 See Illustration. 524

525

19th century Continental ivory tabletop thermometer in the form of a tower. 15in. (38cm) £100-200

526

19th century brass travelling microscope by Carpenter and Westley of 24 Regent Street, London in a mahogany travelling case £100-200

527

19th century ivory pocket sundial/mercury barometer/compass in original leather carrying £50-80 case Diameter 4 “

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530


Nineteenth century alabaster and bronze eight day mantle clock surmounted by of a seated mother and child enamelled dial twin train movement striking on a bell 15 x 11 x 6in. (38 x 28 x 15cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

534

535

Brass microscope in mahogany case by Salmen, 100 Fenchurch Street, London 13in. (33cm) £70-100

536

G. Balsary, mahogany cased banjo barometer 39½in. (99cm) £100-200

537

531

Victorian rosewood wall clock by Johnson, Orchard Street, Preston, with single train movement and painted Roman numerals, 32in. (81cm) £250-400 See Illustration. 538

Twentieth century brass and glass carriage clock by Love and Sons, Chester 7in. (18cm) £40-60

539

Edwardian inlaid mahogany mantle clock 9½in. (23cm) £50-80

540

Nineteenth century mahogany cased sextant by Smith & Son of Southampton £100-200

534 531

19th century French gilt metal and red marble clock garniture with floral painted enamelled dial with twin train movement, surmounted with Art Nouveau style figures after August Moreau 22in. (56cm) £250-350 See Illustration. 532

A Casella, London, barograph with bevelled glass inset cover on mahogany base, with a drawer underneath 9 x 15 x 9in. (23 x 38 x 23cm) £200-400

533

18th Century oak 30 hour longcase clock by John Wyke of Prescot, brass face, with second and date apertures, 11” dial 79in. (201cm) £300-500

537

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Victorian mahogany round wall clock, silvered dial, Roman numerals by Seth Thomas Diameter 17” £200-400 See Illustration. 545

546

Brass carriage clock , with french movement and enamel face , marked Hamilton . Calcutta , Dehli and Simla . Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 6.30in. (16cm) £100-150

19th century French brass and glass carriage clock with foliage decoration enamelled dial striking on a bell stamped Bolviller Paris With carrying case Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £300-500 See Illustration.

547 541

542 Nineteenth century rosewood satinwood crossbanded marquetry inlaid and painted six air music box 6 x 17 x 10in. (15 x 43 x 25cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 541

543

542

Nineteenth century brass glass and porcelain carriage clock three sides inset with porcelain plaques painted with exotic landscape scenes 8in. (20cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 543

Late 19th Century French gilt metal and porcelain eight day mantel clock by Clermont £150-250 (Paris) 11in. (28cm) See Illustration. 544

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Brass carriage clock with Roman numerals 6in. (15cm) £60-90

545


550

Brass and glass carriage clock with repeat with porcelain dial with subsidiary day and month dials and with lever movement Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 6in. (15cm) £200-300

Nineteenth century brass and glass oval mantle clock enamel dial with visible anchor escapement twin train movement striking on bell with a mercury pendulum Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 12 x 8 x 6in. (30 x 20 x 15cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 551

552

547

Interesting carved wood and glass timer with the date Anno 1760 Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £150-200

553

Victorian beech framed Vienna wall clock with white dial, second sweep Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 42in. (107cm) £50-80

554

Henry Hughes & Son ‘Husun’ brass nautical sextant, No.30235, with other optics, in fitted mahogany case, 8.5” wide £80-120

548 Nineteenth century brass and glass repeating carriage clock with lever movement striking on chime Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 8in. (20cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

548

549

Brass and glass carriage clock with lever movement Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 8in. (20cm) £100-200

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558 555

Early 20th century Carl Zeiss ‘Jena’ brass microscope in mahogany case £200-300

556

Large collection of mid 20th century microscope slides £100-200

557

18th century eight day oak longcase clock, painted dial with twin train movement, subsidiary second and date dial 80in. (203cm) £200-300

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561 18th century eight day oak longcase clock by W. Randall of Tenbury, painted dial with moon phase, subsidiary second and date dials 83in. (211cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 558

559

19th century mahogany banjo barometer 38” high £50-80

560

Early twentieth century walnut cased Vienna regulator clock with enamel dial twin train £80-120 movement 38in. (97cm)


562

19th century mahogany longcase clock by Monkhouse of Carlisle, the face with moonphases in the arch, subsidiary second dial and date aperture, twin train movement, striking on a bell with pendulum, winding handle and two weights. PROVENANCE: with original documents of the Monkhouse clock makers and picture of Moorhouse Hall near Carlisle. 89in. (226cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 563

Early twentieth century oak cased Mantle Clock with brass dial with twin train movement striking on chime 13 x 10 x 7in. (33 x 25 x 18cm) £40-60

564

18th century eight day oak long case clock, by Samuel Lomax of Blackburn, Case and movement a marriage, some alterations. 66in. (168cm) £300-500

565

Early 20th Century mahogany barograph 17 x 13 x 8in. (43 x 33 x 20cm) £100-150

566

Nineteenth century French rosewood cased wall clock by Leze of Paris marble dial with twin train movement 22 x 18in. (56 x 46cm) £200-300

567

A 19th century walnut cased double fusee bracket clock with silvered chapter ring, subsidiary slow fast dial, chime silent dial and Whittington Westminster chime dial, triple chain movement striking on three chimes and six bells 23 x 18 x 12in. (58 x 46 x 30cm) £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.

562 18th century eight day mahogany longcase clock, by M. Whinnie of Ayr painted dial with twin train movement subsidiary second and date dials 86 x 19 x 10in. (218 x 48 x 25cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

561

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568

Carriage clock with repeating movement, the brass case with cloisonne decoration , enamel £200-400 dial marked M Ger 8.40in. (21cm) See Illustration. 569

Early 20th Century leather cased telescope by Kelvin & Hughes (Marine) Ltd, numbered 0419/107, 18” high £30-50

570

Kaiser Universal 400 day clock under glass dome, with key (with original box) 11in. (28cm) £120-180

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THURSDAY 26th SEPTEMBER 10:30am

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asian art objects & works of art militaria and medals ceramics glass toys Musical Instruments wine stamps books Tribal garden statuary

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SECOND DAY'S SALE ASIAN ART This section of the sale will not commence before 10.30am Thursday 26th September 571

Chinese Celadon glazed twin-handled vase of hexagonal section with moulded decoration 11½in. (28cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 572

Chinese famille rose square vase (height 4”), and another (height 3”) £40-60

573

Japanese satsuma vase (height 6”), and another £40-60 (height 2”) 6in. (15cm)

574

19th century Japanese Ivory figure of a man, £50-80 signed on base 6in. (15cm)

575

Chinese cream crackle glazed bottle vase and £100-200 cover 9in. (23cm)

576

Indian watercolour miniatures on ivory depicting the Taj Mahal, architectural Indian views, and four Indian portraits probably Shah Jahan, Mumtaz Mahal and two of their daughters, all mounted in a gilt frame £700-1,000 See Illustration.

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19th century Cantonese vase decorated with birds and figures in gardens, 14in. (36cm) £150-250 See Illustration. 578 571

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Chinese carved ivory figure of a lady seated with a basket of fruit, 5” high £100-200


579

Chinese Celadon porcelain vase converted to a lamp with marble base, 14” £200-300

580

Chinese plate bright coloured decoration six character mark to base £40-60 See Illustration. 581

Two Chinese watercolour fan leaves, unframed £50-80

Qutar Pottery lustre plaque decorated with a hawking scene with figures on horse-back 13 x 10in. (33 x 25cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

582

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Two Japanese Imari dishes decorated in rust and floral patterns £30-50

584

19th century Chinese famille rose bottle vase decorated with panels of figures 9½in. (23cm) £50-80

585

Chinese bowl decorated with figures (8” diameter) and a smaller bowl (4.5” diameter) £50-80

586

Chinese pottery figure of a lady, partially glazed, paper label 8”high, and a Chinese miniature blue and white ‘Hu’ form vase 3” £50-80

587

Chinese bronze twin-handled censer with character mark to base with beast mask handles (diameter 5”) £1,500-2,000

588

Chinese bronze tripod censer with character mark to base (diameter 5”) £200-300

580

589

Carved soapstone figure of Guanyin with script £100-200 verso 15½in. (38cm) See Illustration. 590

Chinese blue and white dish with six character mark to base, 6.5” £100-200

591

Two Japanese portraits on silk, ladies in traditional dress 39 x 16in. (99 x 41cm) £80-120

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592

Early twentieth century Chinese carved chair £60-80

593

Chinese blue and white baluster form vase, mounted as a lamp, late c 1900 14in. (36cm) £50-80

594

Chinese silk embroidery, two kittens playing, worked in silk stitch, second quarter 20th C 19½ x 13.80in. (48 x 35cm) £40-60

595

Oriental blue and white vase with four character mark to base 12in. (30cm)

596

£50-80

Oriental blue and white floral decorated bulbous vase character marks to base set within £50-80 square 8in. (20cm)

597

Early 20th Century Chinese white metal necklace and matching brooch each medallion with a different oriental repousse work design £150-250

598

Late 19th Century Japanese Ivory figure of a man with snail, 7” £100-150

599

Late 19th Century Japanese Ivory figural group - father and son with cormorants, 7” high £150-250

600

Late 19th Century Japanese Ivory figural group , of a man and a child a pin dish and two miniature Ivory figures £150-250

601

Two Japanese carved ivory figures of farm workers 6” and 6.5” £150-250

605

607 604

Chinese blue and white crackle glazed vase decorated with a dragon, four character mark £50-80 to base, 9½in. (23cm)

605

Chinese famille rose pink ground medallion bowl, the exterior with four circular cartouches of auspicious objects each reserved on a Sgraffiato ground embellished with lotus sprays, Daoguang mark and period, 1821-1850, 5.75 inches diameter £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 606 602 602

Pair of Chinese blue and white ginger jars (one with cover), decorated with prunus blossoms, six character mark to base, 12” max £300-500 See Illustration. 603

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Two oriental hardwood stands with under tier 36 x 12 x 12in. (91 x 30 x 30cm) £150-250

Chinese green bowl on wooden stand 4” dia £80-120

Chinese lemon yellow Cloisonne oval bowl. The foot encircled with a gadroon scroll, the body closely cross hatched. 19th Century Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 15in. (38cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 607


610

Chinese cloisonne bowl decorated with dragons and aquatic animals, 20th century. (with wooden stand) Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 15in. (38cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 611

608 Chinese famille rose dish painted in the centre with a dignitary and attendants, the border with flower and leaf scrolls. Qianlong 18thC. 14” diameter. Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £500-800 See Illustration. 608

Chinese Cloisonne bowl with cover on a red ground decorated with a dragon. (with wooden stand) Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 11¾in. (28cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

612

Chinese print on silk landscape scene, signed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 24 x 15in. (61 x 38cm) £50-80

613

Chinese print, two horses, signed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 21 x 15in. (53 x 38cm) £50-80

614

In the manner of Utagawa Toyokuni (1769 1825) Japanese wood block print of a figure opening clams Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 14 x 19in. (36 x 48cm) £50-80

609

609

Japanese School, street scene, watercolour, indistinctly signed Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 12 x 19in. (30 x 48cm) £100-200

615

Japanese wood block print of a woman, signed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 13 x 9in. (33 x 23cm) £50-80

610

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619

Japanese wood block print of a woman and a ox Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 12 x 9in. (30 x 23cm) £50-80 Japanese wood block print of a woman by a harbour Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 14 x 10in. (36 x 25cm) £50-80 Twentieth century Japanese wood block print, signed Hasui Kawase (1883 - 1957) Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 9 x 14in. (23 x 36cm) £50-80 Small Chinese Beijing glass vase in smoky white with black handles and rim (small chip) Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 3½in. (8cm) £80-120

Pair of 18th century Chinese Cantonese pink enamelled bowls with four cartouches of Western figures depicting lascivious exercising and hunting Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £800-1,200 See Illustration.

621

Pair of antique Persian pottery plaques decorated with the scenes of hawking and men on horses with their attendants with turbans, decorated blue, green and lustre, framed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £300-500 See Illustration.

622

Chinese blue and white dinner plate decorated with the figure of a poet, flight of birds and a boat in the background Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £30-50

623

20th century Chinese embroidered silk panel depicting figures hunting framed with a border of butterflies amongst foliage, 27 x 14½in. (69 x 36cm) £150-250

624

Japanese bronze hand mirror

£30-50

625

Chinese silkwork panel, 11” x 8.5”

£40-60

626

19th century Chinese bowl, decorated with panels of figures and birds amongst foliage, 13” diam £80-120

627

Three Chinese paintings on silk, all approx 12.5” x 9.5” £80-120

628

Chinese silkwork picture depicting two cockerels fighting £80-120

629

Two 19th Century Chinese famille rose octagonal plates dia 9” £50-80

630

19th century Chinese famille verte vase decorated with birds and flowers 8in. (20cm) £150-250

631

Chinese bronze bowl decorated with dragons £60-80 dia 10” 5in. (13cm)

632

Chinese bronze bowl decorated with dragons and with elephant’s head handles, dia 8” £50-80

633

Set of 6 Chinese silver teaspoons and a pair of matching salts with glass liners. £80-120

634

Chinese bronze tripod censer with character £50-80 mark to base 5in. (13cm)

620

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635

Set of four black lacquered screens with overlaid hardstone decoration of vases of flowers, 39” x 11” £200-300 See Illustration. 636 621

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19th Century Chinese porcelain white ground vase decorated with figures ina garden and calligraphy( drilled for a lamp) 23in. (58cm) £100-200


644

Indian Historical Interest . small silver tea caddy, interior label reads ‘ Tantia Topi’s tea caddy , taken by Major A C Warner after the siege of Lucknow .’. Relief decoration of Indian deities . on ball and claw feet. Major A C Warner served with the Royal Hussars, defending the residency of Lucknow . Tantia Topi was a leader of the Rebel Indian forces. Provenance Warner family by descent 3 x 3½in. (8 x 8cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 645

Silver coloured metal model of a Bengal tiger , Indian late 19th early 20th C Century 1.40 x 3½in. (4 x 8cm) £200-300 See Illustration.

635

646

Indian white metal bowl , repouse decoration of dancers , c 1900 3 x 5¼in. (8 x 13cm) £70-100

647

Two Islamic brass bowls , late 19th -early 20th c and two Chinese wooden brush pots £70-100

648

Japanese cylindrical vase enamelled with flowers, iron red mark to base 13in. (33cm) £30-50

639 637

Chinese rosewood marble topped three tier vase stand £50-80

638

Chinese gilt white metal filigree and turquoise bracelet with similar brooch and earrings, and a gold and turquoise ring £100-150

639

20th century Chinese carved hardwood frieze panel depicting dragons, fish and figures 36 x 78in. (91 x 198cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 640

Chinese plate decorated with archaic dragons in blue and white glaze, Qianlong period of Qing Dynasty, with certificate dated ‘97. 7” diam £30-50

641

19th century blue and white Chinese jar 6in. (15cm) £80-120

642

Chinese 19th century rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid bed room mirror 17in. (43cm) £50-100

643

Small Chinese cloisonne pot and cover 2½in. (5cm) £80-120

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649

Japanese baluster vase with flared rim with panels of figural decoration, iron red marks to £150-250 base 24in. (61cm)

650

Japanese bottle vase with faceted panels of decoration, on round foot 19in. (48cm) £100-200

651

Chinese yellow ground saucer dish, phoenix and dragon decoration with six character £30-50 marked base Diameter 14”

652

19th century Chinese famille verte vase with panels of antiques, six character Kangxi mark £30-50 on base (drilled) 10in. (25cm)

653

Green Celadon vase decorated with a dragon £30-50 (drilled) 14in. (36cm)

654

A pair of Chinese blue and white section vases decorated with landscape scenes 13½in. (33cm) £100-200 See Illustration.

658

654

659

19th Century Japanese watercolour on silk of a mother and child, framed and glazed. 43 x 15in. (109 x 38cm) £200-300

660

Chinese porcelain model of a temple dog 10in. (25cm) £50-80

661

17th / 18th Century Chinese slab-sided blue and white square bottle vase, decorated with £100-200 flowers 9in. (23cm)

662

Chinese Famile Verte Porcelain Duck 4in. (10cm) £50-80

663

Pair of Japanese Porcelain Vases decorated with £40-60 figures 12in. (30cm)

655

Pair of Japanese Satsuma twin-handled disc vases decorated with two panels of figures and £50-80 flowers, marks to base, 3¼in. (8cm)

664

Pair of 19th C Chinese bronze urns the handles in the form of dragons , on stands cast with £80-120 elephant trunks 20½in. (51cm)

656

Pair of Japanese Satsuma bottle vases, decorated with numerous figures, demons and applied dragons, calligraphy to bases, 7in. (18cm) £150-250

665

20th century Chinese scroll of a woman, artist’s mark to back £80-120

666

20th century Chinese scroll decorated with a landscape £80-120

667

Chinese scroll decorated with a bird

668

Chinese scroll painting, framed, landscape scene £60-80

669

Chinese famille verte oval dish 11in. (28cm) £40-60

670

18th century Chinese blue and white oval bowl £60-80 with shaped edge 13in. (33cm)

657

658

Chinese silk embroidered in Peking knot stitch , peonies and two roundels with a maiden in a landscape , on black silk with contrasting cream silk borders , first quarter 20th C 42½ x 51in. (107 x 130cm) £150-250

Chinese silkwork embroidery , depicting peacocks , grouse and other birds carved hardwood frame c 1900 25½ x 21in. (64 x 53cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

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£60-80


671

Chinese famile verte bowl with six character mark to base, diam. 6.5 “ £300-500 See Illustration. 672

Chinese famille verte ginger jar and cover 8in. (20cm) £40-60

673

A pair of Chinese saucer dishes decorated with various figures and with dragon border, diameter 9.75” £30-50

674

Chinese yellow ground vase decorated with underglazed dragons chasing the flaming pearl 14in. (36cm) £50-80

675

Early 20th century Chinese puzzle ball on stand, 6” high and a Chinese ivory figure of a fisherman £60-80

OBJECTS AND WORKS OF ART This section of the sale will not commence before 11.30am Thursday 26th September 676

Antoine Louis-Barye bronze of a lioness on plinth base, signed 4¼ x 8¾ x 2¾in. (10 x 20 x 5cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 677

19th century continental cold painted bronze figural group of two hunters with kill, in the manner of Bergman, indistinctly signed 10in. (25cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 678

Pair of 20th century French bronze figures of soldiers, each on square marble base 11in. (28cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 679

In the manner of Antoine Louis-Barye, bronze figure of a lion on green marble base 7in. (18cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 680

Pair of 19th century gilt bronzes of duelling figures, each on circular base 8in. (20cm) £100-200

671

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681 (pair)

678 (pair)

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679

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689

Carved bone handled walking stick, the handle in the form of a 19th century woman’s head with a bonnet £50-80

690

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) £50-80

691

A pair of French two branch gilt bronze candelabra, with glass fruit C 1920 10½ x 9½in. (25 x 23cm) £180-220 See Illustration.

687

691

681 Pair of 19th century figures of duelling knights, each on orange marble base 6in. (15cm) £60-100 See Illustration. 682

Pair of early 20th century figures of continental soldiers, each on black marble base 6in. (15cm) £60-80 See Illustration. 683

Victorian brass mounted adjustable bookstand 13in. (33cm) £40-60

684

19th century walnut stationery stand, with hinge top and doors to reveal various compartments 12 x 13 x 10in. (30 x 33 x 25cm) £60-100

685 686

Pair of Parian figures of classical form on round basis 14in. (36cm)

£60

18th/19th Century Continental ivory figure of the Madonna and Christ, on a later rosewood £300-500 base 6½in. (15cm) See Illustration.

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692

Early 20th century collector’s mahogany box with white marble top, six drawers on both sides, on shaped feet, 9 x 14 x 14in. (23 x 36 x 36cm) £50-80

693

Continental Coromandel desk set with central hinged box flanked by inkwells over single drawer, 3½ x 13 x 9in. (8 x 33 x 23cm) £100-200

694

Basil Sherwood, Cinematographer, a large collection of silver gelatin photographs of Shipping, Canada Construction, Airplanes, BOAC, Artistic, Zoological, Landscape and others, individually stamped and numbered, 180+ mostly 13x10 and backed on card £80-120

Early 20th century mahogany and parquetry £40-60 inlaid tray 25in. (64cm)

687

688

695

Pair of 19th century Continental enamelled candle holders raised on three bronze cherubs 2½in. (5cm) £50-80


695

Unusual 19th century mahogany and satinwood tea caddy with marquetry decoration of masonic symbols (for restoration) 5 x 9½in. (13 x 23cm) £100-200 See Illustration. 696

20th century Mother of pearl inlaid depiction of the last supper 10 x 12in. (25 x 30cm) £50-100

697

Large collection of rocks, minerals and fossils including Quartz, Malachite, Amethyst, Rock Opal, Desert Rose and others £50-80

698

A large collection of 20th century matchbox labels, in three albums £40-60

699

Pair of brass continental wine ewers in classical design £100-200

700

Nine Share certificates including Barcelona Traction, Light & Power, Chicago & Alton Railroad x2 $1000, Compania £100 x2, Boston and Providence Railroad 15 Shares, Peoria & Bureau Valley 2 Shares, East Indian Junction Railway 5 Shares x2 (9) £80-120

701

Nine Share certificates including Venezuela Central Railway Company £100 x2, Cincinnati Indianapolis $10,000 x2, Canada Southern $10,000, The Flint & Pere Marquette Railroad company $100 x3 and Hannibal & St Joseph $100 (9) £80-120

702

19th century bronze study of two children one £120-180 holding grapes 5in. (13cm)

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703

After the antique pair of bronze 19th century studies of cupids and goats £200-300 See Illustration. 704

Antique greek triptych icon painted with £400-600 various saints 14in. (36cm) See Illustration.

705 705

Carved wood figure of St. Barbara, possibly £600-1,000 16th century 18in. (46cm) See Illustration. 706

Antique Greek icon depicting two saints with an all seeing eye in the clouds 10 x 7in. (25 x 18cm) £200-300

703

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Charles (1948-) Prince of Wales & Diana (19611997) Princess of Wales, Signed Christmas greetings card signed individually by both Prince Charles (black fountain pen) and Princess Diana, (blue fountain pen) on a stiff white folding card featuring a colour photograph to the inside of the Royal couple with the baby Prince William, both beneath a printed greeting, Two gold embossed crests to the front cover. (1982) 6 x 7in. (15 x 18cm) £150-250 See Illustration. 711

King George VI (1895-1952) a vintage signed photograph showing the young Prince Albert playing tennis signed in black ink to right centre of photograph 6 x 8in. (15 x 20cm) £100-150 See Illustration.

707

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712

18th century style greek icon 13 x 11in. (33 x 28cm) £50-100

713

Large collection on nineteenth century and later folding knives and pen-knives, Approx 190 in two glazed cases £200-300

710

707

Victorian painted tole tray depicting a spaniel on a red cushion, gilt borders Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 25in. (64cm) £80-120 See Illustration. 708

Victorian brass doorstop depicting a sheath of wheat Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale £30-50

King George VI (1895-1952) , a signed photograph showing the young Prince Albert playing tennis signed Albert in black fountain pen to lower left corner 6 x 8in. (15 x 20cm) £100-150 See Illustration. 709

711

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714

Victorian novelty fruit wood nut cracker in the £40-60 form of a dog 8in. (20cm)

715

Pair of 19th Century gilt metal candelsticks with glass drop lustres on Dolphin decorated £200-400 bases 8in. (20cm)

716

After the antique two small carved marble heads £40-60

717

Victorian coromandel dressing table box with inlaid decoration and fitted interior, 6 x 12 x 8½in. (15 x 30 x 20cm) £80-120

718

Charles (1948-) Prince of Wales & Diana (19611997) Princess of Wales, Signed Christmas greetings card signed individually by both Prince Charles and Princess Diana, on a stiff white folding card featuring a colour photograph to the inside of the Royal couple with the baby Prince William, both beneath a printed greeting,(1982). Framed £150-250

719

Pair of bronze figures on stands of Hermes and a female Goddess standing on a wheel and holding a cornucopia, signed J De Balogne? £600-1,000 See Illustration. 720

Fishing. A Hardy Brothers folding landing net. The brass inscribed R.M.M FROM W.N.R 1934. 44” when unfolded. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £50-80

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723

Nineteenth century mahogany decanter box lacking one decanter Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 11 x 11 x 11in. (28 x 28 x 28cm) £100-200 Hardys universal salmon fishing rod of split cane manufacture number 24596, Palakona Reg, agate rings and stops Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £50-80 Farrow and company bamboo trout fishing rod with brass fittings, stops, agate rings Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £30-50

724

19th century miniature portrait of a lady, 3” high £30-50

725

19th century miniature portrait of a gentleman, 3.5” £50-100

726

Collection of four brass pestle and mortars £60-80

Antique bronze mortar with horizontal band of script reading ‘Leefte. Verwint. a . dinck. anno £300-500 1590 4in. (10cm) See Illustration. 727

719

728

18th/19th Century Bronze mortar decorated with animals 5” with later pestle £50-80

729

19th century brass mortar with horizontal bands of decoration 5.5 “ and pestle £50-80

730

17th/18th Century bronze mortar decorated £100-200 with fleur de lys 4in. (10cm) 61


731

Victorian truncheon dated 1868, marked for St. George £30-50

732

A scrapbook containing pictures of the outside and inside of cathedrals including Wells, York, Chester, Lincoln, Sailsbury, Ely, Lichfield, Worcester, St Paul’s, King’s College, Cambridge, and others to include Cathedrals in France £30-50

733

Ivory letter opener set with 9ct. gold cat and dog motifs. Length 17.5cm £80-120

734

19th century mother of petra dura plaque decorated with flowers 6” by 4” and Papermache and mother of pearl inlaid book cover £60-100

735

19th century mother of pearl inlaid tortoiseshell card case

£30-50

736

19th century blonde tortoiseshell card case £30-50

737

Collection of 18th century indentures £150-250

738

Large wood model ship, the Smit Rotterdam, £100-150 complete with cranes, 97cm See Illustration. 739

740

Victorian walnut dressing table box with fitted interior and five jars and bottles with silver plated tops, 5 x 12 x 9in. (13 x 30 x 23cm) £100-200 † Antique Roman pottery amphora, circa 100

AD 34” high 741

£500-1,000 See Illustration. £50-100

sign for Cornhill Insurance 31in. (79cm)

£50-80

745

† A collection of ten 19th century insurer’s fire marks £50-100

746

† Origional Porcelain Cornhill road sign 8 x

33in. (20 x 84cm)

£50-100

747

Gilt metal propelling pencil inset with red stone , another yellow metal and a pair of lorgnettes £50-80

748

Mont Blanc , Boheme pen , unused and boxed, with separate case and a Waterman pen £200-250

749

Pair of late 19th century bronze rams heads on circular mahogany mounts 5in. (13cm) £80-120

750

Victorian papier mache box , with gilt and mother of pearl decoration £40-60

751

An ebonised walking cane with embossed silver top and another with silver collar £50-80

752

19th century leather surgeon’s bag with a collection of mostly later instruments to include tooth pliers and other stainless steal instruments £60-100

753

19th century oval portrait miniature of a woman in a blue dress, unframed 3 x 2½in. (8 x 5cm) £50-80

£50-100

† Original City of London road sign for Corn £50-100 Hill 16 x 30in. (41 x 76cm)

738

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† 19th century cast metal and painted hanging

† City of London road sign for Cornhill E.C.3

18 x 24in. (46 x 61cm) 743

744

† City of London road sign for Cornhill EC3 12

x 28in. (30 x 71cm) 742

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Two 18th century style carved pedestals in the form of cherubs with foliate decoration 35in. (89cm) £150-250

755

19th century mahogany pole screen 54½ x 18 x 19in. (137 x 46 x 48cm) £50-80

756

Large quantity of 35mm cameras and lenses including Olympus, Canon, pentax, lenses Cosinon 50mm 1.7, 28mm 2.8, Canon 50mm 1.8 and many others £50-80

757

Brass oil lamp on corinthian column supports on square base with paw feet. 25” high £50-80

762

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

763

Sole of a Roman sandal, found during the re-building of Westminster Bank head office 1932 NOTE; Client is said to have had this authenticated by the British Museum some years ago £100-200

764

Pair of mounted buffalo horns

£30-50

758

Pair of 19th Century Brass Candlesticks 19in. (48cm) £60-100

765

20th century bronze figure of a bull, on oval £100-200 base 10in. (25cm)

759

Set of 19th Century gilt metal furniture mounts £40-60

766

20th century bronze figure of a jockey, on £200-300 polished marble base 16in. (41cm)

A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood tea caddy , with concave sides and domed top , the interior with two lidded compartments 4.80 x 8½ x 4.60in. (12 x 20 x 12cm) £200-300 See Illustration.

767

20th century bronze figure of two horses and jockeys racing, on polished marble base 13in. (33cm) £200-300

768

20th century bronze military figure throwing a £50-80 grenade 10in. (25cm)

769

20th century bronze figure of a cow and calf 5in. (13cm) £40-60

770

20th century bronze figure of a World War I £300-500 soldier 14in. (36cm)

771

Vintage Mont Blanc Meisterstuck fountain pen £40-60

772

19th century ebonized and brass inlaid desk stand on four cast metal scrolled feet 12 x 10 x 5in. (30 x 25 x 13cm) £100-200

760

761

19th century red and white bone carved chess set , King 4” high £300-500 See Illustration.

MILITARIA AND MEDALS This section of the sale will not commence before 12.30pm Thursday 26th September 760

773

George VI silver and enamelled compact bearing the crest of the Prince Consorts Own (Rifle Brigade), by J. W. Benson Ltd., Birmingham, 1940 £40-60

774

Three 1939-1945 war medals, other military and non military medals, some silver £50-100

775

Collection of approximately 150 original issue “staybright” military cap badges, most issued by Gaunt, Smith & Wright, including eight larger badges and three copies of ‘Visor’ newspaper ‘Service News For Northern Ireland’ dated 1976. £400-500

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Trio of WWI medals issued to 17082 PT J. Bradshaw Ches Rgt £30-50

776

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. £500-700 See Illustration. 777

Collection of 21 sets of military cap badges and insignia. Includes Royal Irish Rifles, Black Watch, and Queen’s regiments. £150-250

778

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. £200-300

779

Collection of 18 sets of military cap badges and insignia. Includes North Irish Horse, Coldstream Guards and others. £100-150

780

Three sets of Military cap badges insignia and a further 72 cap badges. Mostly Kings Crown WWI / WWII and two WWII economy badges £200-300

781

19th century naval officers sword, with gilt metal hand guard, lion’s head pommel, shagreen and wire grip in leather scabbard, 37” long £100-200

782

Collection of various military, non military medals and badges to include 1914 - 18 war medal two 1939 - 1945 war medals Defence medal .... £50-100

787 783

R A F Medal Group For Squadron Leader Pharick Olson Gibson Burma star 1939 - 1945 Defence medal 1939 - 1945 War medal General service medal Long Service and good conduct medal Set of miniature and an engraved cigarette case £100-200

784

18th/19th century continental flintlock rifle with cast metal mounted rest to barrel £100-200

785

Early 20th century continental rapier with a brass hand guard embossed with an eagle 37” £40-60

786

Twelve various first and second World War medals £50-80

787

Gilt brass hat badge for the 12th Lancers Prince of Wales Regiment, embossed with Egypt Peninsula Waterloo and Sevastopol Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £300-500 See Illustration. 788

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Frederick Sowrey First World War Busby by Burberry mounted in bear skin and leather with a feather hat piece, and badge for the RAF, interior label for Group Captain F. Sowrey DSO. MC. AFC and address One Priory Court, Eastbourne Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Biography; Frederick Sowrey volunteered for military service on 31 August 1914 and was appointed as a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Fusiliers. He went to France as an infantry officer, and was wounded at the Battle of Loos in 1915. After three months in hospital, he was invalided out, but immediately joined the Royal Flying Corps in December 1915. He was posted to 39 Squadron on 17 June 1916; and he was appointed a Flying Officer. His greatest achievement came on 23 September 1916


when flying at 13,000 feet; he spotted Zeppelin L32 and closed with it. He fired three drums of incendiary ammunition into the belly of the gasbag before it exploded into flame. For this he was awarded the DSO Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £500-800 See Illustration. 789

18th century brass and steel powder proofer or tester with spinning wheel mechanism and mahogany handle Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £150-250

790

790

Steel engraved pepper pot percussion cap pistol with four barrels, mahogany butt Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £150-200 See Illustration. 791

Interesting stagecoach mail letter to Mrs. Evelyn at Gloucester Place, Portman Square London, regarding The Battle of Waterloo 18th June 1815, from Mr. J. Evelyn at 102 Rue Royale Brussells dated 6th July 1815 with reference to the battle of Hougemont (Waterloo) also bears reference to Napoleon, retreating with the remains of his army. Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £80-120

796 792

Army stores release note from 1729 signed by the Earl of Portmore to Mr. N. Jeffrey store keeper of the advances for, three pairs of sheets, three rugs for the use of Colonel Cotton’s Regiment Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £40-60

793

One leather covered telescope 17.75” long when closed, and two pocket telescopes the largest 6” long when closed £60-100

794

19th century painted policemans truncheon and another plain £50-100

795

Sword stick in faux bamboo case, blade 15” £30-50

† Bronze architectural plaque commemorating the 260 men and 71 women who served their country and who worked for Cornhill Insurance In World War II, Sculpted by D. Gilbert 47 x 24in. (119 x 61cm) £200-300 See Illustration.

796

797

Private E. Harris medal group comprising 1914 - 1918 medal, Great war for civilisation medal and memorial plaque, Military badge for Graham Pennal and a collection of silver and silver plated non-military medals £60-80

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798

A cased pair of Barr & Stroud military binoculars 7x magnification, and a cased pair of Dolland London Zonar binoculars 8x30 £40-60

799

Collection of Masonic items including medals, books and costume, in leather carrying case £40-60

CERAMICS This section of the sale will not commence before 12.45pm Thursday 26th September 800

Victorian porcelain part dessert service comprising four tazzas, decorated in red glazes highlighted in gilt, the largest height 8” £40-60

801

Copeland Spode blue ground desk stand decorated in the Chinese manner in gilt 11in. (28cm) £40-60

802

Pair of Royal Worcester blush ivory vases, decorated with flowers, green mark to base. 4in. (10cm) £40-60

803

19th century Staffordshire miniature teapot £40-60 decorated with flowers 2¾in. (5cm)

804

19th century French gilt metal and porcelain five light candelabra with scrolling and floral £200-300 decoration, 19in. (48cm)

808

805

Pair of 20th century Meissen figural groups of a shepherd and shepherdess, blue crossed swords mark to bases, 10in. (25cm) £200-400 See Illustration. 806

Pair of Spanish Iznik style slip glazed earthenware bowls, the largest 10.5” diameter £50-80

807

809 Royal Worcester figure of a lady titled ‘Grandmother’s Dress’ numbered 5081 modelled by F.G. Doughty and another Royal Worcester figure titled ‘Parakeet’ numbered 3087 modelled by F.G. Doughty together with a small collection of other figures 6½in. (15cm) £50-80

808

Lladro figural group ‘The Pleasant Encounter’ 18 x 13in. (46 x 33cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration. 809

Lladro figural group ‘Country Drive’ 11 x 16in. (28 x 41cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

805

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Herend hand painted teapot stamped and numbered 14721VBO, decorated with flowers 7in. (18cm) £40-60

811

Twentieth century Meissen polar bear 4in. (10cm) £60-80

812

Pair of nineteenth century Staffordshire figures of a man and woman in front of a flowering bush Height 9” with another similar pair £200-300


813

Aynsley six piece coffee set with silver Art Nouveau entwined holders in fitted case £150-250

814

Cantigalli pottery dessert service consisting of three tazzas and side plates, all decorated with festoons of flowers and frilled edges £80-120

815

Royal Doulton ‘Carlyle’ part dinner and tea service, approx. 60 pieces in total £100-150

816

19th century Meissen figure of a woman holding a basket of flowers, on circular base, underglaze blue crossed sword marks 7in. (18cm) £80-120

817

Meissen plate decorated with chickens and insects (9.5” diameter), underglaze blue crossed swords mark £40-60

822

Royal worcester blush ivory jug of naturalistic form, with floral painting Registered design no 167140 9in. (23cm) £100-150 See Illustration. 823

Spode oval form comport with gilt decorated mask handles and flowers painted by J Worrall on a green ground. marked Spode Copelands China England 7 x 13½in. (18 x 33cm) £200-300

824

Early 19th Century Derby tableware decorated in imari colours comprising dinner plates (7) plates (4) and an oval serving dish. All with hand painted red script mark. £200-300

825

Derby dinner ware in Imari colours plates and soup bowls , impressed and stamped blue marks (25) various dates £100-150

826

Crown Derby, tableware in imari colours, including tureen, plates, cups, comport, various patterns, mainly red printed and impressed marks £100-150

827

Nineteenth century Spode oval sucrier and nine others £100-200

828

19th Century continental porcelain figure group of four ladies on wooden benches pushed £50-80 by cherubs 9in. (23cm)

829

Pair of nineteenth century cabinet plates decorated with flowers highlighted in gilt Diameter 9” £50-80

830

Late eighteenth century Worcester tea bowl and saucer, a Worcester sugar bowl a Paris coffee can and saucer, and 2 cabinet cups and saucers £80-120

818

Royal Worcester cabinet plate with central painting of plums and raspberrys by Richard £150-250 Sebright puce mark 9in. (23cm) See Illustration. 819

Royal Worcester cabinet plate with central painting of fruit on a gilt and enamel decorated £50-100 blue ground 8½in. (20cm) See Illustration. 820

Royal Worcester cabinet plate decorated with fruit painted by Freeman 9.60in. (24cm) £150-250 See Illustration. 821

Royal Worcester cabinet plate with fruit decoration, painted by J Smith 9.60in. (24cm) £80-120 See Illustration.

821

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819

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822

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831

Graduated set of three Staffordshire porcelain jugs and a collection of nineteenth century and later china £60-100

836

832

Late eighteenth century Chamberlains Worcester sucrier and stand 5” wide with three others similar £100-200

An unusual Royal Worcester part dessert service comprising a comport , on a naturalistic plant base, painted with owls in flight and five plates each painted with different birds Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 3½ x 9¾in. (8 x 23cm) £150-250

833

Royal Worcester Hadley ware twin handled vase , painted by R Austin , scene of peacocks in a fir tree shape no 248 , date code for 1906 , Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 8¼in. (20cm) £200-300 See Illustration.

837

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839

840

841

833 834

835

68

Limoges France , a gilt and enamel decorated vase and cover, with design of butterflys and flowers stamped mark Limoges Redon and monogram , MTR Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 6½in. (15cm) £60-80 Royal Worcester figure of a boy playing a horn , in grained blue suit with gilt puce mark numbered 547 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 4¼in. (10cm) £100-150

842

A pair of mid 19th C jugs each hand painted with flowers , bearing name W G Burt 1848 another probably Coalport and two dishes Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £150-250 Worcester 18th C jug with lobed rim , and Kakiemon style painting , a bowl and cover with painted panels on blue fish scale ground and a blue painted saucer , crescent mark Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £200-400 Three Derby pot pourri , each raised on paw feet and with polychrome decoration , red script marks Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 6.40in. (16cm) £100-150 Rockingham , a floral encrusted basket , a small figure of a child unmarked and other ceramics Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £50-80 A pair of early Derby figures , red script mark incised 303 and a pearlware figure Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150 An early 19th C Sevres ‘ Jasper ware ‘ plaque depicting , a classical male head with laurel leaf crown , incised mark to reverse. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 4.80in. (12cm) £100-150

Worcester Dr Wall period , a diamond shaped dish with lobed rim painted in Kakiemon style Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10½ x 7in. (25 x 18cm) £70-100 See Illustration.

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843 844

845

846

847

848

849

Two Royal Worcester cups and saucers painted with fruit , one cup signed E Philips with unsigned saucer both with puce mark, a cup signed Roberts puce mark and a saucer signed by W.H Austin green mark Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 1.70in. (4cm) £60-100 Chelsea pottery plate decorated with birds on nests, floral painted centre, gold anchor mark Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £250-350 Chelsea style plate with an Ozier pattern weave outer border, Asian pheasant, beetles, birds and butterflies, stamped mark Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £80-100

850 Sevres France two jewelled cabinet plates, ‘Passage du Rubin’ and ‘Bataille de Fontenoy’ hand painted battle scene within a gilt and enameled border, both marked with interlaced L’s and BB , Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 9.40in. (24cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

850

851

A fine Derby plate , with central decoration and three panels painted with ducks and other water birds signed W Jones with a blue and gilt border with gadrooned edge . Crown and crossed battens mark in red, C 1810 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 8.70in. (22cm) £200-400 See Illustration.

Crescent Worcester brocade patterned plate, rubbed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £60-80 Two Coalport Salopian Feltspar porcelain plates for the Society of Arts, one on an apple green ground painted with flowers, the other on a beige and gilt ground decorated with flowers and fruit Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150 Chamberlain’s Worcester blue bordered and gadrooned edged and gilt plate, botanical scenes, Phlex Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £80-120 851

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853

854

Chamberlain Worcester botanical plate ‘Gum Cistus’ with blue border , c1820 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 8.40in. (21cm) £80-120

862

Five 19th century Prattware pot lids, comprising ‘Thames Embankment’, ‘The Enthusiast’, ‘On Guard’, ‘The Rivals; and another of ships at sea, each approximately 4” diameter £30-50

863

Six 19th century Prattware pot lids, comprising ‘Contrast’, ‘Lend a Bite’, ‘The residence of Anne Hathaway, Shakespeare’s wife, Shottery Nr. Stratford on Avon’, a town square scene, figures by a riverside cottage, and a boy with his dog holding a boat, each approximately 4” diameter and five pot lid mounts £30-50

864

18th Century Italian Delft apothecary’s blue £80-120 and white vase 6in. (15cm)

865

Three 19th Century and later Delft apothecary jars the largest 9” £50-80

Royal Worcester blue spot and gold edged powder pot with a painted floral scene signed by W.Ber and a Belleek swan sauce boat Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £30-50 Belleek design teapot of floral leaf pattern, a Carltonware dish and a Doulton Burslem old windmill plate Restored Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £30-50

866

855

856

Two Royal Copenhagen plates for the 19th July 1939 and 19th July 1945 and two Christmas plates for 1972 and 1976 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £80-120 Pottery vase shaped in the form of the Elephant and Castle, the elephant in grey, castle in beige, green and purple saddlery, sponged brown and green base, possibly Mintons, damaged Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £80-120

857

19th C English china dessert service comprising six shaped dishes and twelve plates, blue and gilt borders decorated with flowers £100-200

858

18th century Delft charger with peacock and £80-120 floral decoration diameter 14”

859

Pair of 19th century shaped Prattware pot lids with scenes after Wouvermann, the first depicting a battle scene, the other with horses and figures, 5½in. (13cm) £30-50

860

Five 19th century Prattware pot lids, comprising ‘Hide and Seek’, ‘The Village Wedding, after Teniers’, ‘A Pair’, ‘The Wolf and the Lamb’, and a rock pooling scene, each approximately 4” diameter £30-50

861

19th century Prattware pot lids, ‘The Late Prince Consort’, Dr. Johnson’, ‘Uncle Toby’, ‘The Snow Drift’ and Philadelphia Exhibition 1876’, (5) ‘each approximately 4” diameter, £30-50

70

Spode Fleur de Lys dinner service Comprising; Ten 10” plates Fourteen 8” plates Ten 8” bowls Eight 6” plates Six coffee cans and saucers Nine teacups and saucers Teapot Coffeepot Cream jug Milk jug Two sugar bowls Gravy boat Mustard pot Tureen Graduated set of oval plates £500-800 867

Pottery model of a tiger after T Cartier 14in. (36cm) £100-200

868

Meissen onion pattern butter dish with cover 8in. (20cm) £50-80

869

19th century treacle glazed barge wear teapot inscribed “a present from a friend”, floral decorated with teapot finial 14in. (36cm) £100-150

870

Royal Worcester figure “First Dance” modelled by F. G. Doughty, No 3629, and two 0other figures a Royal Worcester porcelain group “Saturday’s child works hard for a living”, No 3524 and Royal Doulton figure “River Boy” HN 2128 £70-100

871

Collection of Goebel gnome head figures (12) £200-300

872

Continental figure group of two herons 13in. (33cm) £50-80

873

A Beswick figure of a Native American Indian £150-250 on horseback 9in. (23cm)


877

Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Mary Bunnykin 6in. (15cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 878

Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Billy 5in. (13cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 879

Royal Doulton Bunnykins, Reggie Bunnykin 4½in. (10cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

875 874

Beswick figure of H.M Queen Elizabeth II on £100-200 horseback 10in. (25cm)

880

A Karl Ens group of two eagles 13in. (33cm) £80-120

881

Goebel figure of a bull 6in. (15cm)

882

Victorian transfer printed blue and white British Flowers pattern , unusual tureen egg warmer six egg cups with four sectional lided dishes , stamped Opaque China £70-100

883

Masons ironstone bowl 19th c and Booths Pompacour . sectional dishes in tray c 1920 Diameter 10” £40-60

884

19th Century Treacle Glazed Stoneware Jug decorated with slavery scene £60-100

875

Royal Worcester race horse figure, Grundy and Pat Every, limited edition, 22 of 500 with certificate £400-600 See Illustration. 876

Royal Doulton Bunnykins, mother Bunnykin, shape number 8305, painted number D6002 6¾in. (15cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

876

879

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877

878

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890

Group of 19th Century glass including Enamelled cranberry carafes and amber liquer set £80-120

891

A gilt metal and cobalt blue glass ewer with £50-80 enamel decoration. 19.80in. (50cm)

892

Three Georgian Bristol blue decanters , with gilt decoration , one brandy and two rum Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth xecutor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 9.70in. (25cm) £100-150

885

893

894

886 Pair of 19th Century Wedgwood Creamware Vases, decorated with festoons highlighted in gilt impressed marks to base 6in. (15cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 885

Collection of glass including a Waterford cut glass butter tub and stand and a similar bowl, Regency glass decanter, amethyst glass and decanters Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £80-120 Late George III rummer , the bucket shaped bowl engraved with a sailing ship and hops , lemon squeezer foot also engraved William and Nancy , and initials W F. Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 5½in. (13cm) £100-150

886

George Jones Crescent china fish service , each piece painted with a different fish By William Berbeck comprising a large oval platter and twelve plates , stamps for retail by Marshall Field & Co Chicago . £200-400 See Illustration. 887

19th century Royal Worcester blush ivory floral decorated vase, marked for 1873 9in. (23cm) £150-250

GLASS This section of the sale will not commence before 1.35pm Thursday 26th September 888

Mary Gregory style blue glass and brass casket, decorated with figures and a parakeet, 5 x 6 x 3in. (13 x 15 x 8cm) £100-150

889

Bohemian cranberry glass vase and cover, gilt decorated and with white overlaid floral painted panel. 19th Century. 9.70in. (25cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 72

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897

898

A glass rumer , the bowl etched with Masonic symbols and a Regency glass jug and glass with stepped cut base. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 5½in. (13cm) £100-150 18th C cordial glass with opaque air twist stem , on conical foot , etched date to bowl 1758 and another with bell bowl and open twist stem Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150 A pair of Ruby Flash decanters with fruiting vine decoration , c 1900 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 12in. (30cm) £80-120 Pair of green glass decanters with facted sides and fruiting vine mounts, a graduated set of three Bristol blue gilt decorated Giles of London coasters Bristol blue sugar bowl and cover, similar decanter Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150

903

904

18th century German gilt decorated liqueur glass of a bird in foliage, a cut glass cayenne pepper pot with silver spoon and a smoky glass liqueur glass Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150 Hobnail cut magnum sized ships decanter or boardroom decanter with a later silver plated and glass stopper Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £80-100

905

A pair of 20th century Baccarat style etched glass candleholders on round feet 19½in. (48cm) £50-80

906

A 19th century cranberry glass epergne, height 20” £150-250

907

A pair of 19th century cranberry glass posy vases, height 12” and two others £60-80

908

Pair of 19th century cut glass jars and covers and another on square foot 6in. (15cm) £80-120

909

Four Bristol blue wine glasses 5in. (13cm) £40-60

Bohemian glass ruby flash pokal , cup and cover etched with vine leaves , hob nail cut sides, on square stepped base . 13¾ x 7¾in. (33 x 18cm) £200-400 See Illustration. 910

899

900

Victorian glass rinsers. Eight emerald glass and three cobalt blue . Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 3½ x 4¾in. (8 x 10cm) £80-120 18th century design lace makers lamp resting on a fold over base and flared outlet Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 14in. (36cm) £80-120

901

Cut glass rummer decorated with two cock hens, one fallen and two cut glass decanters Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £30-50

902

Antique white stemmed ribbon twist wine glass the foot with pontil Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £150-200

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TOYS AND DOLLS This section of the sale will not commence before 1.50pm Thursday 26th September 911

1930s Marklin racing car set 13301 with track, transformer and bridge £400-600 See Illustration.

912

911 Large Merrythought teddy bear with plastic eyes, black snout and large red ribbon around £80-120 it’s neck. 38in. (97cm)

913

A large collection of Vintage Jigsaws, Puzzles & Board Games in original boxes including The Victory, Pepys, Dennis, Party Games and others £80-120

914

Britains Horse Racing Colours of Famous Owners in original boxes(7) including “ Sir Hugo Cunliffe-Owen, “ Lord Woolavington”, “ H.H. Aga Khan”, “ The Duke of Portland”, “ Mr Tom Walls”, “ Lord Rosebery”, and “Miss Dorothy Paget” £100-150

915

Armand Marseille doll 390, bisque headed doll with open mouth and rolling eyes, composition £120-180 body, 26in. (66cm)

916

Large collection of Fleischmann trains, carriages, track and power (mixed gauge), some boxed £30-50

917

Two Trix twin railway sets (not complete) and other toy locomotive items £200-300

918

Clock work train set

£80-120

919

Billard Nicolas table top game

£80-120

920

Toys, a boxed Hornby R.845 L.N.E.R. Flying Scotsman, Mercury Abarth ‘1000’ Bialbero (boxed), 19 boxed Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, 7 unboxed models & 4 other boxed corgi toys, Dinky Ford Capri, 2 Italian Boxed Toys, 2 Boxed Hurricane Racing Cars (37 in total) and an early Subbuteo game £60-90

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921

Miniature replica of a 19th century horse drawn cart 19 x 49½ x 23in. (48 x 124 x 58cm) £200-300

922

Japanese battery operated tin plate Antique Car in original box £50-80

923

Schuco toy Ford Coupe T 1917, model number 1227 with clockwork mechanism £50-80

924

Collection of Lesney and other similar model die cast cars, to include Jaguar 3.4 litre, Ford Corsair, Ford Zephyr, Ford Anglia £70-100

925

Quantity of Hornby Duplo & Tri-ang train accessories to include Winston Churchill Locomotive and others also included are a collection of mixed carriages, wagons, painted model buildings, scenery, qty of train signals and spare parts, bridges, station £250-400

926

Tomy Verbot toy in original box

927

Seven boxed Bendy toys including Popeye

£30-50 £50-80

928

Marklin remote controlled slewing crane with lifting magnet, in original box £30-50

929

Marklin Railbus, No 3016, diesel locomotive, No 3078, yellow locomotive, No 3080, all boxed, and another in black £70-100

930

Marklin train accessories: track and junctions, buildings, carriages, transformer, and wagons including tank wagon, No 4500, tipping truck, No 4513, wine wagon, No 4510, and open goods truck, No 4602, many in original blue and red boxes £70-100

931

Polistil Italian diecast boxed models to include Yardley McLaren M19-F.1 and Lotus Turbo Indianapolis-F.1 and motor cycles £40-60

932

Tri-ang OO Gauge electric scale boxed passenger train set together with track, carriages, wagons, painted models, brochures £150-250

933

Tri-ang Wrenn “City of London” locomotive in red, No 2226, boxed £70-100

934

Tri-ang R54 Locomotive in black, R 153 Saddle Tank, both boxed, together with “Oliver Cromwell” in green with tender and another in black with tender No 45192 £70-100


935

936

Collection of Dinky boxed vehicles, mostly military including Dinky- Road Grader No 963 Dinky - Static 88mm Gun with crew No 662 Dinky - Leopard Anti-Aircraft Tank No 696 Dinky - Bren Gun Carrier No 622 Dinky - Striker Anti Tank Vehicle No 691 Dinky - U.S. 105 mm Howitzer with gun crew No 609 Dinky - Bren Gun carrier with Anti-Tank Gun No 619 Dinky - Mk 1 Corvette No 671 Dinky - Atlas Digger No 984 Dinky - 88MM Gun No 656 Dinky - Ford Capri Police Car No 2253 Dinky - Eagle Transporter No 359 Dinky - A.E.C. with Flat Trailer No 915 Dinky - Volvo 265 DL Estate No 122 Dinky Kit for a 1006 Ford Escort Mexico Dinky Atlantean Bus No 295 £150-250 Collection of Corgi boxed cars and Matchbox Super Kings boxed vehicles including Fiat X1/9Carlsberg Power Boat Set- No 37 Mercedes-Benz 240D & Touring Caravan-GS24 Mercedes-Benz 240D-No 285 Fiat X1/9- bertone-No 314 JCB Crawley Loader-No1110 Lotus Elite-No 315 Touring Caravan-No 490 Minissima- No 288 Mercedes-Benz 240D Police- No 412 King Tiger Tank-No 904 Saladin Armoured Car- No 906 SU100 Russian Tank Destroyer-No 905 Superkings - Aircraft Transporter K-13 , Motor Cycle Transporter K-6 & Hovercraft K-22 £100-150

WINE This section of the sale will not commence before 2.10pm Thursday 26th September 943

Dow’s 1985 Vintage Port, case of twelve bottles, £300-500 See Illustration.

943 944

Chateau Croix de Grezard 1981, Lussac-SaintEmilion, 12 bottles £80-120

945

Croft Late Bottled Vintage 1978 Port, (six bottles), Taylor’s 1977 Vintage Port, Ca’lem Late Bottled Vintage Porto 1997, Taylor’s Selected Port, total nine bottles £200-300

946

Three bottles of Chateau La Mission Haut Brion Graves 1977 £60-100

947

Three bottles of Fontana Fredo Barolo 1985 and two bottles of Malvasia Vino Secco 1982 £30-50

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS This section of the sale will not commence before 2.05pm Thursday 26th September 937

Student’s continental Cello, in soft case, with £70-100 bow, 50in. (127cm)

938

Trombone by Vincent Bach (Bundy) with case Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £40-60

939

Early 20th century crocodile skin double violin £50-80 case 32in. (81cm)

940

20th century Oboe by Copton, with carrying case £30-60

941

Silver plated flute in carrying case

942

Silver plated flute by Yamaha, in carrying case £30-50

STAMPS This section of the sale will not commence before 2.15pm Thursday 26th September 948

Second World War: Thomas Cook P.O. Box 506 Lisbon, Fascinating range of stamped envelopes from Slovakia to an individual care of Thomas Cook at P.O. Box 506 in Lisbon; mostly forwarded to England with Thomas Cook cachets, censor labels at the point of despatch and in England, and a range of associated correspondence £100-150

£30-50

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949

Collection of stamps in four green New Age stamp albums, Queen Elizabeth British Commonwealth, 5th Ed. A-K, issues H-N, issues N-S, large number of First Day Covers mostly in a Royal Mail Album, Stock Book of British stamps to include a used and damaged Penny Black, other loose stamps and two albums of ‘Picture Post’, £300-500

950

All World Collection of stamps, 19th century to 20th century with emphasis on the USA, Italy and France, in seven albums with a number of books and pamphlets on stamps £80-120

951

Large collection in numerous albums, stockbooks, packets and other containers Good Great Britain and British Commonwealth with extensive Australian and New Zealand. Also thematic. ranges with many covers £600-800

952

All World Collection of stamps, late 19th to 20th century with emphasis on the Canada, India, the Commonwealth and Europe, some Morocco Agencies and Roman States, in three The Paragon Postage Stamp Album and five others, (8) £200-300

953

Collection of stamps in three albums, mostly Europe and the Commonwealth, some First Day Covers and some loose £30-50

954

Collection of mainly stamps on paper, GB and Commonwealth including first day covers and PHQ cards £30-50

- A Man Apart: H.F. & G. Witherby, 1993, signed by Will Carling; John Grisham, The King of Torts: Century, 2003, signed by the author; June Havoc, Early Havoc: Simon and Schuster, 1959, signed by the author; Mark Steyn, Broadway Babies Say Goodnight, Faber and Faber, 1997, signed by the author and a personal inscription to the recipient; John Mitchell, Flickering Shadows - A lifetime in film: Harrold Martin and Redman Ltd, 1997, signed by the author. (6) £30-50 958

Mabel Lucie Atwell (illustrated), J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan and Wendy, Hodder & Stoughton, undated; and eleven other books with decorative boards including; Maria S. Cummins, The Lamplighter: James Nisbet & Co, undated; G. De Horne Vaizey, The Lady of the Basement Flat: undated; William Caine, The Author of Trixie: Herbert Jenkins, 1924; Mrs Isla Sitwell, Moor End Farm: The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1891; Robert L. Hadfield and Frank E. Farncombe, Ruled by Radio: Herbert Jenkins, 1925; S. Whitchurch Sadler, The Last Cruise of the Ariadane: Marcus Ward and Co, 1877; C.N & A.M. Williamson, The Motor Maid: Hodder and Stoughton, 1909; Marie Corelli, Ziska, The Problem of a Wicked Soul: 1897; Marie Corelli, The Life Everlasting a Reality of Romance: Methuen; William Makepeace Thackerey, Pendennis: Walter Scott Ltd, undated; The Arabian Nights Entertainments: Routledge, 1895. (12) £50-80

959

Violent Hunt, A Hard Woman: Chapman and Hall, 1895; and eleven other books with decorative boards including Rupert Cheserton, The Quest of the Veiled King: C. Arthur Pearson Ltd, 1911; R. Caldecott (illustrated), Old Christmas from the sketch book of Washington Irving: MacMillan & Co, 1882; Louisa M. Alcott, Little Women and Good Wives:John Heywood, undated; Sarah Grand, The Heavenly Twins: Heinemann, 1904; Mrs Gaskell, Cranford: G. Bell & Sons Ltd, 1921; Luke Tempest, Wolves in the Fold: The Sunday School Union Ltd, undated; Emile Zola, The Downfall: Chatto & Windus, 1896; Mrs Craik, John Halifax, Gentleman: Hurst & Blackett Ltd, undated; Jan Struther, Sycamore Square and other verses: Methuen & Co Ltd, 1932; Mrs Gaskell, Cranford: Chapman & Hall Ltd, undated; Marie E. Wilkins, A Far-Away Melody by Marie E. Wilkins: David Douglas, 1984. (12) £50-80

BOOKS This section of the sale will not commence before 2.20pm Thursday 26th September 955

Collection of First Edition books including John Masters’ Bhowani Junction, 1954, C.S. Forester Hornblower In The West Indies, 1958 and Lord Hornblower, 1946, Colin Dexter, The Way Through The Woods, 1992, (signed), hardbacks with dust-jackets: Michael Joseph, MacMillan, (4) £40-60

956

Dick Francis, Collection of First Edition books, including, Odds Against, 1965, Smokescreen, 1972, Knock Down, 1974, High Stakes, 1975, Risk, 1977, Trial Run, 1978, Whip Hand, 1979, Reflex, 1980, Twice Shy, 1981, Bolt, 1986, a signed copy of The Danger, 1983 and Break-In, 1985, together with a Lester Official Biography, 1986, Hardbacks with dust-jackets, Michael Joseph, (13) £80-120

957

Alistair Cooke, The Americans: The Bodley Head, 1979, signed by the author together with five other books to include; Peter Bills, Carling

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T. Smollett, The Adventures of Roderick Random: Walter Scott, undated; and eleven other books with decorative boards including Makim Gorky, A Confession: Everett & Co, 1910; Charles Levy, Charles O’Malley: Cassell and Company Ltd, undated; Emma Jane Workboise, Violet Vaughan: James Clarke & Co, undated; C.N & A. M Williamson, The Car of Destiny and its Errand in Spain: Methuen, 1906; Cuthbert Bede, The adventures of Mr Verdant Green: James Blackwood & Co, undated; Gerald Griffin, The Collegians or The Colleen Bawn: A. H. Bunney, undated; Mrs Gaskell, Cranford: Chapman & Hall, undated; Richard Harding Davis, Van Bibber and others: Harper and Bros, 1892; Gordan Stables, A fight for freedom: James Nisbett, 1899; E. Van Sommer, Lionel Franklin’s Victory : T. Nelson and Son, Ltd, 1900; The Splendid Spur: Cassell and Company, 1889. (12) £50-80

961

L.A. Lewis, Tales of the Grotesque: Philip Allan, September 1934, first edition £60-80

962

Jules Verne, The Clipper of the Clouds: Sampson Low, 1891; and eleven other books with decorative boards including A.L.O.E, The Lady of Provenance: Thomas Nelson, 1886; William Le Queux, The Man from Downing Street: Hurst and Blackett, 1904; F.L. Henderson, A Little Captive Mind: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, undated; Mary C. Roswell, Thorndyke Manor: Blackie and Son Ltd, undated; G. B. Burgin, The Man who Died: R.A. Everett and Co Ltd, 1903; Mrs O.F. Walton, A Peep behind the Scenes: Religous Tract Society, undated; Meadows Taylor, Seeta: Kegan Paul, undated; Baroness Orcxy, The Scarlet Pimpernel: Greening & Co, 1909; Guy Boothby, Love made Mainifest: Ward, Lock and Co, undated; F. W. Farrar, Allegories: Longmans & Co, 1898; Bradbury, Handley Cross or Mr Jorrocks’s Hunt: Agnew & Co, 1854. (12) £50-80

963

Helen Rowland, A Guide to Men: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton & Co Ltd, 1922 and eleven other books including Eden Phillpotts, The Folk Afield: Methuen & Co, 1907; S. Baring Gould, Chris of All-Sorts: Methuen & Co, 1903;

Gerald Verner, The Ghost Man: Wright & Brown, 1936; A.J. E. Wilson, Infelice a Novel: Walter Scott Ltd, undated; Augusta J. Evans-Wilson, Vashti: Walter Scott Publishing Co Ltd, undated; Mrs Craik, John Halifax, Gentleman: Walter Scott Ltd, undated; E.P. Roe, Barriers Burned Away: Walter Scott Ltd, undated; Mrs H. Wood, Danesbury House: Walter Scott Publishing Co Ltd, undated; Jules Verne, From Earth to the Moon: Richard Butterworth & Co, undated; An Irish Cousin: Longman’s Green & Co, 1910; H. Rider Haggard, Pearl Maiden: Longman’s, Green and Co, 1903. (12) £50-80 964

Hal Godfrey, The Rejuvenation of Miss Semaphore: Jarrold & Sons, undated, and eleven other books with decorative boards to include; Georges Ohnet, The Red Flag: Alston Rivers Ltd, 1910; W. Pett Ridge, Nearly Five Milion: Hodder & Stoughton, 1907; Thomas Miller, Sweet Spring Time: Groombridge & Sons, undated; Mrs H. Lovett Cameron, A Lost Wife: F.V. White & Co, 1890; Sir Walter Scott, Ivanhoe: J.M. Dent & Co, 1900; Samuel Lover, He Would be a Gentleman: Routledge, 1873; Eva Travers Evered Poole, Golden Links in a Life Chain: James Nisbet & Co, 1886; Mrs Molesworth, Hoodie: W. R. Chambers Ltd, undated; Bertram Mitford, A Veldt Offical: Ward, Lock & Bowden Limited, 1895; Haldane Macfall, The Wooings of Jeszebel Pettyfer: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton and Kent, 1913; Mrs Henry Wood, George Canterbury’s Will: Richard Bentley & Son, 1885. (12) £50-80

965

J.R.R. Tolkien, The Return of the King: George Allen & Unwin, second impression 1955, and six other later editions including The Two Towers, fourth impression, 1956; The Fellowship of the Ring, fifth impression, February 1956; The Two Towers, tenth impression, 1963; The Return of The King, tenth impression, 1963; The Fellowship of the Ring. thirteenth impression, 1963; The Return of the King, seventh impression, 1973. (7) All books with unclipped dustjackets which are in poor condition. £80-120

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A.C. Hertford, Among the Heather: Oliphant Anderson & Ferrier, 1893; and eleven other books with decorative boards including Marianne Filleul, Ellen Tremaine: The Religious Tract Society, undated; Anthony Trollope, The Warden by Anthony Trollope: Longmans Green & Co, undated; Mrs George Cupples, Hard to Win: Wiliam Oliphant & Co, 1878; The adventures of Don Quixote: Routledge, undated; Hall Caine, The Scapegoat: William Heinemann, 1906; E. Somerville and Martin Ross, Further experiences of an Irish R.M: Longmans, Green & Co, 1910; E. Somerville and Martin Ross, Some Experiences of an Irish R.M: Longmans, Green & Co, 1901; T.S. Arthur, Ten Nights in a Bar Room: Milner and Company, undated; Jules Verne, From Earth to the Moon: Richard Butterworth & Co, undated; H. Rider Haggard, The People of the Mist: Pearson, 1894; Charles Reade,The Cloister and the Hearth: Chatto & Windus, 1905. (12) £50-80 R. Louis Stevenson, Kidnapped: Cassell & Company, 1891; and eleven other books with decorative boards including E. Somerville and Martin Ross, All on the Irish Shore: Longmans, Green and Co, 1903; War and Peace, a tale of retreat from Caubul: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1879; For Abigail, a West Country Story: F. Warne and Co, undated; Silas K. Hocking, Reedyford; or Creed and Character: F. Warne and Co, undated; Uncle Tom’s Cabin: Warne and Co, 1889; Hon. Isoberl Plunket, Hester’s Fortune: F. Warne and Co, undated; John Habberton, Helen’s Babies: Gall and Inglis, undated; William Caine, Boom: Greening and Co Ltd, 1911; Kate Murray, The spirit of the House by Kate Murray: Hodder and Stoughton, 1905; Robert Michael Ballantyne, The Dog Crusoe and his Master: T. Nelson and Sons, 1894; F.M. Allen, Green and Grass: Chatto and Windus, 1892. (12) £50-80

969

Nostromo by Joseph Conrad published by J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd, 1918; and eleven other books with decorative boards including Agnes Giberne, Madge Hardwicke: J.F. Shaw and Co, undated; E.E. Cooper, Hide and Seek: Society for Christian Knowledge, undated; F.C. Vernon Harcourt, Bolts and Bars: Digby, Long and Co, 1905; Fanny Burney, Evelina: Macmillan and Co, 1910; Pansy, The Master Hand: Routledge, undated; Mabel E. Flower, Faith: The Society for Christian Knowledge, undated; C.A. Jones, The Foreign Freaks of Five Friends: Keegan and Paul, 1882; W.R.H. Trowbridge, The Situations of Lady Patricia: T. Fisher Unwin, 1903 Walter Beasent and James Rice, The Captain of the Fleet: Chatto and Windus, 1890 Mrs Gaskell, Cranford and Other Tales: Smith, Elder & Co, undated; Mrs Gaskell, Lady Ludlow and Other Tales: Smith, Elder & Co, undated. (12) £50-80

970

W.B. Yeats, Irish Fairy Tales: T. Fisher Unwin, third impression and nine other books including The Naval Surgeon: Charles, Griffin and Co, 1869; Colonel Rowan Hamilton, The Last of the Cornets, Volume II: F. V. White & Co, 1890; R.H. Benson, The Necromancers: Hutchinson, undated; R. Louis Stevenson, Kidnapped: Cassell & Co, 1890; Mrs Hungerford, Nora Creina: F.V. White & Co, 1894; Hall Caine, The Little Manx Nation: Heinemann, 1891; The Phantom Brother and the Child: Ibister and Company Limited, 1894; I. Walter West, A Ringby Lass: J. Dent, 1895; F. Anstey, Lyre and Lancet: Smith, Elder and Co, 1895. (10) £50-80

971

Tess of the D’ubervilles: James R. Osgood, 1892, leather bound and another cloth bound copy dated 1893 (2) £50-80

972

Mysteries of London by George M. Reynolds, Volume I, published Geo Vickers, 1845, and five other books including Character by Samuel Smiles published by John Murray, 1874; Wynard of High Wynard by Charles Durant published by Chapman and Hall, 1878; Kathie Brande by Holme Lee by Smith, Elder and Co, 1860; Pilgrim’s Progress; Citizens of Prague, Volume III, published by Henry Colburn, 1846. (6) £50-80

973

A Series of Picturesque Views of the River Thames from the Drawings of W. Havell published by Charles Traylen, Guildford £30-50

Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey: Richard Bentley & Son, 1880, leather bound £80-120


974

Mary Pollock (Enid Blyton), The Children of Kidillin: George Newnes Limited, undated £30-50

975

The Photographic Art Journal, Volume I, March 1870, No. 1, - June 1870, No 4 (inclusive) £50-80

976

Beatrix Potter, The Tale of Mr Jeremy Fisher: F. Warne & Co, 1906 and five other Beatrix Potter books, all pre 1914 including The Tale of Benjamin Bunny, 1904; The Tale of Mr Tod, 1912; The Tale of Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, 1905; The Tale of Pigling Bland, 1913; and Ginger & Pickles, 1909. (6) £40-60

977

978

George MacDonald, Phanastes: Arthur Fifield, 1905, with a signed inscription from Octavia Hill, a founder of the National Trust, and nine other books including E. Nesbit, The Revolt of The Toys and What Comes Of Quarrelling: Ernest Nister, undated; The Glories of Crinoline: Dalton and Lucy, 1866; R.A. Watson Watt, Applications of The Cathode Ray Oscillograph in Radio Research: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, Reprinted 1935; Thomas Adolphus Trollope, Travels in Central Italy: Chapman & Hall, undated; Billy Rose, Wine, Women and Words: Reinhardt & Evans Ltd, 1949; L.S.B. Leakey, Stone Age Africa and Outline of Prehistory in Africa: Oxford University Press, 1936; Henrik Ibsen, Brand a Dramatic Poem: T. Fisher Unwin, 1894; G. Anthony Corry, A System for Computer-Aided Diagnosis: 1967; Ausgewahlte Marchen fur die Jugend: Leipzig, 1853. (10) £40-60 John Blair, The Chronology and History of the World, from the Creation to the Year of Christ, 1753: London, 1754 £100-200

979

The Dramatic Works of Samuel Foote Efq, 1788, in four volumes. All leather bound, with volume one missing its front leather board. £30-50

980

The Spectator, The Twelfth Edition, in eight volumes: J and R Tonson, 1739 £40-60

981

Les Vies des Hommes Illustres de Plutarque: 1695 £100-150

982

Junius. Stat Nominis Umra in two volumes: Henry Sampson Woodfall, 1772 £30-50

983

The Adventures of Telemachus in twenty-four books bound in two volumes, leather bound, 1749 together with; T. Ingoldsby, The Ingoldsby Legends: Richard Bentley & Son, 1885. The Siege of Damafcus and five other plays, bound in one book; The Poetical Works of William Cowper in three volumes: William Pickering, London, 1843. (7) £60-80

984

19th Century Map of Dorsetshire, framed and glazed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 15 x 21in. (38 x 53cm) £50-100

985

17th century map of Dorset Shire by Robert Morden dated 1695 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 14 x 17in. (36 x 43cm) £30-50

986

D. Crawford Smith, History of the Ancient Masonic Lodge of Scoon and Perth, No 3: Cowan & Co Limited, 1968 £40-60

987

The Early Masonic Catechisms: Manchester University Press, 1943. Number 319 of 500 copies printed. £60-80

988

George Draffen, Scottish Masonic Records 1736-1950: WM Culross & Son Ltd a list of all the lodges at home and abroad chartered by The Grand Lodge of Scotland, Lodge Mother Kilwinning, Lodge Melrose St. John with the dates of their charters, places of meeting alterations in numbers and colour of clothing. Also included with the book is nine pages of Errata & Addenda for the book £100-200

989

Neville Barker Cryer, The Masonic Halls Series of England and Wales: Ian Allan Regalia Ltd. Titles are as follows; Masonic Halls of North Wales; Masonic Halls of South Wales; Masonic Halls of England: The North; Masonic Halls of England: The Midlands; Masonic Halls of England: The South (5) £30-50

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F.W. Golby, A Century of Masonic Working: The Herald Press 1921, and other Masonic related books to include; Ron Chudley, Thomas Dunckerley, A Remarkable Freemason: Lewis Masonic, 1982; H.C. Robbins Landon, Mozart and the Masons: Thames and Hudson, 1982; D. Knoop & G. Jones, The Medieval Mason: Manchester University Press, Third Edition 1967; Alec Mellor, Strange Masonic Stories: Macoy publishing & Masonic Supply, 1985; Stephen Knight, The Brotherhood, the secret world of Freemasons: Granada, 1984; John Robinson, Born in Blood, the lost secrets of Freemasonry: Century, 1989; Michael Baigent & Richard Leigh, The Temple and the Lodge; Jonathan Cape, 1989; Martin Short, Inside the Brotherhood, further secrets of the freemasons; Grafton Books, 1989; Alphonse Cerza, A Masonic Reader’s Guide, 1978-1979. (10) £50-80

991

Rev E. Cahill, Freemasonry and the AntiChristian Movement, M.H. Gill and Son, Ltd, 1952 and other Masonic books to include; Herbert Poole, Gould’s History of Freemasonry, Vol I, II, III, VI: Caxton Publishing Company Ltd; Walton Hannah, Christian by Degrees, Masonic religion revealed in the light of faith, Augustine Press, 1954; Alexander Piatigorsky, Who’s Afraid of Freemasons? : The Harvill Press, 1977; Ron Chudley, Thomas Dunckerley, A Remarkable Freemason: Lewis Masonic, 1982; J.W. Stubbs, Freemasonry in my life: Lewis Masonic, 1985; Walton Hannah, Darkness Visible, a revelation & interpretation of freemasonry, Augustine Press, 1952. (10) £40-60

992

W. Dixon, History of Freemasonry in Lincolnshire: 1894; together with books relating to history of Freemasonry; Roy A. Wells, Freemasonry in London from 1785: Lewis Masonic, 1984; The History of Freemasonry in the Province of Surrey: The Provincial Grand Lodge of Surrey 1970; Allan Beaver, Middlesex Matters, a history of 125 years of Middlesex Freemasonry 1870-1995: The Provincial Grand Lodge of Middlesex, 1995; John Hamill, The History of English Freemasonry, Lewis Masonic 1994; Masonic Membership of the Founding Fathers, number 359 of a limited edition of 800 copies: The Masonic Service Association, 1974; Douglas Knoop and G Jones, The London Mason in the Seventeenth Century: Manchester University Press, 1935; Douglas Knoop and G Jones, The Two Earliest Masonic MSS: Manchester University Press, 1938; Douglas Knoop and G Jones, The Mediaeval Mason, Manchester University Press, 1949 (10) £60-80

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A large quantity of paraphernalia relating to Freemasonry £50-80

994

Twenty volumes of the British Masonic Miscellany £50-80

995

R. Lindsay, A History of the Mason Lodge Holyrood House (St. Luke’s) No. 44 Volume II: T and A Constable Ltd, 1935 together with other Masonic books to include; W. Fred. Vernon, History of Freemasonry in the Provenance of Roxburgh, Peebles and Selkirkshires: George Kenning, 1893; Minutes of the Lodge of Edinburgh, Mary’s Chapel, No 1 1598-1738: Quator Coronati Lodge No 2076, 1962; David Stevenson, The Origins of Freemasonry, Scotland’s Century 1590-1710: Cambridge University Press, 1988; Wallace McLeod, The Grand Design: Anchor Communications, 1991; Douglas Knoop & G.P. Jones, The Scottish Mason and The Mason World: Manchester University Press, 1939; David Stevenson, The First Freemasons, Scotland’s Early Lodges and their Members: Aberdeen University Press, 1988; David Stevenson, The First Freemasons, Scotland’s Early Lodges and their Members: Geo. Stewart & Co Ltd, 2001; R. Lindsay, The Scottish Rite for Scotland: The Supreme Council for Scotland Ancient and Scottish Rite, 1958; Herbert Poole, The Thistle MS; H. Carr, The Mason and the Burgh, An Examination of the Edinburgh Register of Apprentices and the Burgess Rolls: The Quatuor Coranti Lodge, 1954; A.L. Miller, Notes on The Early History and Records of The Lodge, Aberdeen: The University Press, Aberdeen, undated (12) £40-60

996

Catalogue of Portraits and Prints at Freemasons’ Hall in the Possession of The United Grand Lodge of England, Compiled and Arranged by Major Sir Algernon Tudor-Craig, 1938 £30-50

997

George Eccleshall, The King’s Arms Lodge No 28, 1725-2000; together with other Masonic books to include; Grand Lodge 1717-1967: University Press, Oxford, 1967; Colin Dyer, The Grand Stewards’ and their Lodge 1735-1985; E. H. Dring, The Evolution of The Lodge Board: undated; Catalogue for Masonic Library in the possession of the York Lodge No 236: Ben Johnson & Co, 1958; William F. Spalding (Ed.), Authors’ Lodge No 3456 of A.F. and A.M of England, transactions Volume VII: Bennett & Starling Ltd, 1945; Gilbert Daynes, The Birth and Growth of The


Grand Lodge of England 1717-1926: The Masonic Record Limited, undated; Arthur R. Hill, Our Early Days, Scientific Lodge, No. 88, Cambridge: 1903; George Oliver, The Book of the Lodge: The Aquarian Press, 1986; R.M. Handfield-Jones, Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons, 1856-1968 : undated; C. D. Rotch, History of the Lodge of Friendship, No 6; W. J. Parrett Ltd, 1947; Kent Henderson, Masonic World Guide: Lewis Masonic, 1984 (12). £40-60 998

The secret history of the Free-Masons: undated; together with five Masonic Manuscripts; The Alnwick Manuscript No E10, Reproduction and Transcript, copy no 102: Privately Printed in 1895; H. Poole, The Graham Manuscript: undated; The Newcastle College Roll D 37, Reproduction and Transcript, Copy No. 154: Privately Printed in 1894; The Newcastle College Roll D 37, Reproduction and Transcript, Copy No. 177: Privately Printed in 1894; The Alnwick Manuscript No E.10, Reproduction and Transcript. Copy No 1999: Privately Printed in 1895 (6) £30-50

999

A large quantity of Paraphernalia relating to the Quatuour Coronati Lodge, No. 2076, London £30-50

1000

Roy A. Wells, The Rise and Development of Organised Freemasonry: Lewis Masonic, 1986. Signed copy by the author. and other Masonic books to include; Early Masonic Pamphlets: Manchester University Press, 1945; E.E. Ogilvie and H.A. Thompson, Freemasons’ Royal Arch Guide: Lewis Masonic, 2nd Edition 1988. J.A. Grantham, An introduction to Mark Masonry: J.E. Clarke, Devonshire Library Ltd, 1934; R.W.G. Dunbabin, The History of The Royal Arch Province of Buckinghamshire 1891-1991: Abbey Press, 1991; Frederick Smyth, Brethren in Chivalry 1791-1991: Lewis Masonic, 1991. Signed copy by the author; Herbert Inman, Masonic Problems and Queries; A Lewis Ltd, 1950; Ars Quatuor Coronatorum being the transactions of the Lodge Quatuor Coronati, No. 2076, Volume 1: undated; The Masonic Record, Volume VII, December, 1926-November 1927; A.C.F. Jackson, Rose Croix, Lewis Masonic, revised edition 1987; John Hamill and R.A. Gilbert, World Freemasonry An Illustrated History: The Aquarian Press, 1991; F.W. Seal-Coon, The History of the Templar Province of East Anglia: 1982 (12) £40-60

1001

Douglas Knoop and G.P. Jones, The Genesis of Freemasonry: Manchester University Press, 1947 and other Masonic books to include; John Hamill, The Craft, a history of English Freemasonry: Cruicible, 1986; E.H. Cartwright, Masonic Ritual, Lewis Masonic, Third Edition 1985; Delmah Darrah, History and Evolution of FreeMasonry: The Charles Powner Co, 1979; The Early Catechisms: Manchester University Press, second edition 1963; Keith Henderson & Tony Pope, Freemasonry Universal, Volume 1 - The Americas: Global Masonic Publications, 1988; Keith Henderson & Tony Pope, Freemasonry Universal, Volume 2 - Africa, Europe, Asia & Oceania: Global Masonic Publications, 2000. This copy is the signed by the author; Christ, The Christian, & Freemasonry: undated; Jasper Ridley, The Freemasons: Constable & Robinson Ltd, 1999; Christopher Knight & Robert Lomas, The Hiram Key: Century 1996; James Stubbs & T.O. Haunch, Freemasons’ Hall: 1983; Colin Dyer, Symbolism in Craft Freemasonry: A. Lewis Ltd, 1976. (12) £40-60

1002

Edward Conder, Records of the Hole Crafte and Fellowship of Masons: Swan Sonnenschein & Co, 1894; together with other Masonic books to include; John Cox, The Old Consitutions belonging to the Ancient and Honourable Society of Free and Accepted Masons of England and Ireland: 1871; Hubert Box, The Nature of Freemasonry: Augustine Press, 1952; Jasper Ridley, The Freemasons: Constable, 1999; R.S.E. Sandbach, Priest and Freemason the life of George Oliver: The Aquarian Press, 1988; David Stevenson, The Origins of Freemasonry, Scotland’s Century 1590-1710: Cambridge University Press, 1990; Alex Horne, King Solomon’s Temple in the Masonic Tradition: The Aquarian Press, 1972; The Royal Masonic Insitution for Girls Year Book 1954; Bernard Jones, The Freemasons Guide and Compendium: George Harrap & Co, 1950; Alec Mellor, Strange Masonic Stories: Macoy publishing and Masonic Supply Co, Revised Edition 1985; A. W. Oxford, Masonry Medicine and Morals: Methuen and Co, 1939; Ivan Trinder, A History of the Royal Masonic Hospital: I.F. Trinder, 1992. (12) Also included in this lot is six copies of The Masonic Record magazines on the Royal Masonic Hospital £40-60

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William Hughan, The Old Charges of British Freemasons: Simpkin, Marshall and Co, 1872; together with six books to include; W. Levander, A Newly Discovered Version of the Old Charges; William Waples, a copy of The Ancient M.S. Charges of Masons: Sunderland, 1952; Herbert Poole, The Old Charges: The Masonic Record 1924; and another copy; An Exact Typographical Reproduction of the Langdale Masonic MS of the Old Charges: Marsden and Co Ltd, 1913; Alex Horne, The York Legend in the Old Charges: A Lewis Ltd, 1978; and paraphernalia relating to Old Charges of Freemasons. £40-60 John Lawerence, The Perfect Ashlar and other Masonic Symbols: A. Lewis, 1925; and other Masonic books to include; Fred Pick & C. Norman Knight, The Freemason’s Pocket Reference Book: Frederick Muller, 1955; Douglas Knoop and G.P. Jones, An Introduction to Freemasonry: Manchester University Press, 1937; History of the Tuscan Lodge, No. 14, 1722-1951; John Lawerence, Free Masonry - a religion?: 1987; James Dewar, The Unlocked Secret - Freemasonry Examined: Corgi, 1900; Fred Pick & C. Norman Knight, The Pocket History of Freemasonry: Frederick Miller, 5th edition reprint, 1971; Harry Carr, The Collected Prestonian Lectures, 1925-1960: The Quatuor Cornati Lodge, No 2076, 1967; Keith B. Jackson, Beyond the Craft: Lewis Masonic, 4th Edition 1994; and another copy: 2nd Edition revised 1982; Ian Gordon, The Craft and the Cross: Kingsway Publications, 1989; John Webb, Rudyard Kipling Man, Poet, Mason: Ian Allan, 1996. (12) £40-60 Henry Carr, World of Freemasonry: Lewis Masonic, 1984 and other Masonic books to include; Bernard Jones, Freemason’s book of the Royal Arch: George Harrap & Company, Reprinted with Corrections, 1965; Neville Barker Cryer, What do you know about the Royal Arch?: Lewis Masonic, 2002; Richard Sandbach, Understanding the Royal Arch: Lewis Masonic, reprint 1988; F de P Castells, Antiquity of the Holy Royal Arch: A. Lewis, 1927; Roy A. Wells, Some Royal Arch Terms Examined: A. Lewis, 1978 and another copy: 2nd Enlarged Edition1988; Roy A. Wells, Royal Arch Matters: Lewis Masonic, 1984; William Hammond, Masonic Emblems & Jewels - Treasures at Freemasons’ Hall, London: George Philip, 1917;

Yasha Beresiner, Masonic Curiosities: Austrailian and New Zealand Masonic Research Council, 2000; Charles Carter, The Director of Ceremonies: Lewis Masonic 1989; Fred Pick & G. Norman Knight, The Pocket History of Freemasonry: Frederick Muller, 1953. (12) £40-60 1006

Constitutions of the Freemasons, 1723 a facsimile from the original edition: Bernard Quaritch Limited, 1923; together with other Masonic books to include; Knoop & Jones, A handlist of Masonic documents: Manchester University Press, 1942; and another copy; Lionel Vibet, Freemasonry before the existence of Grand Lodges: Spencer & Co; undated; John Lawerence, Sidelights on Freemasonry: A. Lewis, 1924; The Old York Constitution; and another later copy; Alex Horne, Sources of Masonic Symbolism: Macoy Publishing & Masonic Supply Co, 1981; Holywell MS 1748/9; F.D. Rees-Copestick, History of Chestnut Great House, Hertfordshire; A.C.F. Jackson, English Masonic Exposures 17601769: Lewis Masonic, 1986; The Old Gothic Constitutions, volume Sixteen: Masonic Book Club, 1985. This copy is No. 359 of a limited edition of 1500 copies; R. H. Gaynor, Hints on Masonic Etiquette second edition: William Reeves, undated; Charles Carter, The Wardens, The Chaplain, The Immediate Past Masters: Lewis Masonic, 2001. (14) £40-60

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A. Cowan, The X Rays in Freemasonry: Effingham Wilson, 1901; together with other Masonic books to include; Freemasonry Unmasked as the secret behind Communism: The Briton’s Publishing Society: 1952; Neville Barker Cryer, Did you know this, too?: Lewis Masonic, 2005; Freemasons’ Hall: The Library, Art, and Publications Committee, 1983; Bernard Jones, Freemasons’ book of the Royal Arch: George Harrap & Co, 1957; M.D.J. Scanlan, The Canonbury, Volume I, The Social Impact of the Modern Western World: Canonbury Masonic Research Centre London, 2002; Joseph Attard, The Knights of Malta: Publishers Enterprisers Group Ltd, 1992; Vindex, Light Invisible - The Freemasons Answer to Darkness Visible: The Regency Press, 1952; Knoop & Jones, A short history of Freemasonry to 1730: Manchester University Press, 1940; Frederick Smyth, A reference book for Freemasons: Q.C. Correspondence Circle Limited, 1998; John Weir (Ed.), Robert Burns the Freemason: Lewis Masonic, 1996; Lionel Vibert, The rare books of Freemasonry: The Bookman’s Journal Office, 1923 (12) £40-60


1008

W. Thompson, Sedbergh, Garsdale and Dent: Richard Jackson, Leeds, 1892 This book is number 34 of a limited edition of 150 copies £80-120

1009

Horace Walpole, Memories of the Last Ten Years of the Reign of George the Second, in two volumes: John Murray, 1822, and Sir J. Skelton, Charles the First: Goupil and Co, 1898 (3) £80-120

1010

Sir William Napier, English Battles and Sieges in the Peninsula: John Murray, 1891, leather bound £30-50

1011

The Victoria History of the Counties of England Derbyshire, Volume Two: Archbald Constable and Company Limited, 1907 and seven other books including; American History Atlas: Denoyer Geppert and Company; A Historical of Modern Europe from 1789 to 1922: Oxford University Press, 1924; The Noel Coward Song Book: Michael Joseph, 1953; Milton’s Paradise Lost: Cassell, Petter, and Galpin; Sea Life in Nelson’s Time: Methuen, 1905; Lowell’s Poetical Works: Houghton, Mifflin, and Company, 1882; The Works of Lord Alfred Tennyson: Macmillan and Co, 1900 (8) £30-50

1012

William Patterson, Sixty Years of Uppingham Cricket: Longmans, Green and Co, 1909, and five other books to include; Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack 1949; Uppingham School Roll, 1824-1913: Edward Standford Ltd, 1914; R. C. Robertson-Glasgow, 46 Not Out: Hollis and Carter, 1948; W.N. Roe (Ed.), Public Schools Cricket 19011950: Max Parrish & Co, 1951; Sir Pelham Warner, Lords 1787-1945: George Harrap & Co, 1946 £30-50

1013

19th Century map of Pacific rim entitled ‘Maris Pacifici’ after Ortelius Abrahamus Provenance: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 13½ x 19½in. (33 x 48cm) £80-120

1014

The Maharajah Duleep Singh and the Government: Ballantyne Press, 1884 This book was only published for private circulation. Provenance: This book was given as a gift to the vendor’s mother-in-law who worked as a housekeeper to Princess Safia Duleep Singh at Farady House, Hampton Court. £40-60

1015

The Maharajah Duleep Singh and The Government: Ballantyne Press, 1884 This book was only published for private circulation. Provenance: This book was given as a gift to the vendor’s mother-in-law who worked as a housekeeper to Princess Safia Duleep Singh at Farady House, Hampton Court. £40-60

1016

The Maharajah Duleep Singh and The Government: Ballantyne Press, 1884 This book was only published for private circulation. Provenance: This book was given as a gift to the vendor’s mother-in-law who worked as a housekeeper to Princess Safia Duleep Singh at Farady House, Hampton Court. £40-60

1017

The Maharajah Duleep Singh and The Government: Ballantyne Press, 1884 This book was only published for private circulation. Provenance: This book was given as a gift to the vendor’s mother-in-law who worked as a housekeeper to Princess Safia Duleep Singh at Farady House, Hampton Court. £40-60

1018

The Maharajah Duleep Singh and The Government: Ballatyne Press, 1884 This book was only published for private circulation. Provenance: This book was given as a gift to the vendor’s mother-in-law who worked as a housekeeper to Princess Safia Duleep Singh at Farady House, Hampton Court. £40-60

1019

The County Palletine of Lancaster, 18th Century map with decorative cartouche, described by (name removed), hand coloured, with border 15½ x 19in. (38 x 48cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1020

J. Robotham, The Mystery of the Two Witnesses Unvailed: London 1654 £50-100

1021

Basil Lubbock, Sail - The Romance of the Clipper Ships, in three volumes: Patrick Stephens Limited, 1972 £40-60

1022

Commentarius in Librum Prophetiarum Jesaiae: Joannis Rodolphi im Hoff, 1732 £100-200

1023

House of Commons green tooled leather “ Vote of Thanks” folder 17 x 14in. (43 x 36cm) £40-60

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Twenty-one copies of The Poetical Works all published by James Nichol with various publication dates, titles to include: Burns Poetical Works Vol I & II; Chaucer’s Canterbury’s Tales Vol I & III; Butler’s Poetical Works Vol I & II; Percy’s Reliques of Ancient English Poetry Vol I, II, & III; Spenser’s Poetical Works Vol I, IV & V; Young’s Night Thoughts; Poetical works of Henry White and James Grahame; Mark Akenside; Speciman’s with memoirs of the less known British Poets Vol III; Poetical Works of Armstrong, Dyer & Green; Poetical works of Joseph Anderson, Gay’s Fables & Somerville’s Chase; Thomson’s Poetical Works; Pope’s Poetical Works Vol II; and Poetical Works of Beattie, Blair and Falconer £40-60

1025

Oeuvres Completes de Molliere Vol II, III, IV & V, 1868; and six other books in a foreign language to include; M. Leclerc, Essais de Montaigne, Vol I & II: Garnier Freres, 1878; C-A Sainte-Beuve, Portraits Litteraires, Vol I & II: Garnier Freres, 1876; Victor Hugo, La Legende des Siecles: 1879; Jacob Heer, Un Heiligen Waffern: Stuttgart, 1920. (10) £40-60

1026

The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, Volume II, 1779; and ten other books to include; James Froude, Short Studies on Great Subjects, Volume I & II: Longmans, Green and Co, 1876; Guy Mannering, this book is part of The Waverly Novels; G. W. Cox, Tales of the Gods and Heroes: Thomas Nelson and Sons, undated; Dr. Swift, Miscellanies in Prose and Verse Volume VII: T. Cooper, 1752; John Symonds, Sketches and Studies in Italy: Smith, Elder & Co, 1879; George Eliot, Adam Bede: William Blackwood and Sons, undated; The works of Rabelais, Volume II: Gibbings & Company, 1903; Jeffery Farnol, The Broad Highway, A Romance of Kent: Sampson Low, Marston & Co; Walter Scott, Anne of Geierstein: John C. Nimmo, 1899. (11) £40-60


Francis de Sales McHugh Collection

Born in Crows Nest Toowoomba district, Queensland, Australia 1896.

associations to humble everyday items used for hunting and cooking. Much to the amazement of his contemporaries, Francis became fascinated by the tribal artefacts, arriving with chests of them whenever he returned home to his family, he explained their significance to his young daughters. They were stored after his death by both daughters and have remained with them to this day. A small collection mainly from the Solomon Islands was the property of William Wright, District commissioner Solomon Islands and Malaita, then Secretary for Protectorate affairs, until the 1960’s.

In June Ewbank’s sold the first part of this unusual collection, the following lots are the remainder of the collection, assembled when McHugh travelled the region in his employment by the district telegraph office. Items date from the late 19th Century to the early 1950’s. Representative of people who at that stage had very limited contact with the outside world, their symbolism stems from a strong relationship with the creatures around them. Particularly the crocodile and the cassowary bird but also the domesticated chicken, the lots range from carving with strong spiritual 85


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Tribal beaded necklace geometric design , probably Guyana mid 20th C £30-50

1028

Native American Indian Northern plains war club , the pointed stone attached by leather, remains of bead trim . Late 19th to early 20th C 30in. (76cm) £200-400 See Illustration. 1029

Tribal bow and arrow

£40-60

1030

Leather sheathed kukri

£20-30

1031

Sepik Papua New Guinea Mundugarmore carved Tribal wooden mask, with hook nose and pierced eyes, 2nd quarter 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 19¾in. (48cm) £70-100

1032

Sepik Papua New Guinea Tribal Yamok head stand carving with fertility symbol, painted in white and red ochre. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 14½in. (36cm) £100-150

1033

Sepik Papua New Guinea, headhunters trumpet formed from hollowed out tree with incised decoration, band of triangles, second quarter 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 28 x 3¾in. (71 x 8cm) £80-120

1034

Sepik Papua, New Guinea Mid Ramu River, ceremonial club with dentil carved edge crocodile carving, band of relief PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 33in. (84cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

1035 1035

New Guinea middle Sepik cult house spirit head, reptilian elongated nose and concentric relief carved eyes, remains of l ochre painting. Late 19th - early 20th century, standing on later square base. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £250-350 See Illustration. 1036

Sepik, terracotta two handled vessel, modelled with two faces painted in ochre, the handles with impressed circles and two leaf form dishes, mid 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £60-80

1037

Sepik carved wooden bowl, the handles in the form of hornbill heads, and a carved amulet in the form of a mythological creature with wild dog head and bird wings, both second quarter 20th century. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £80-120

1038

Sepik carved wooden double face mask, with elongated nose and forehead depression, mid 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 22 x 9in. (56 x 23cm) £100-150

1039

Sepik, Chambri lakes district, a split cane and bamboo mask and two bilum (baskets) PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £50-80

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1040

Sepik River carved ancestor figure, carved as a man with ‘crocodile skin’ carving and with snake on his head, on later polished slate base PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 20in. (51cm) £100-150

1041

Sepik Tribal, late 19th to early 20th century, garden fertility omen carved with phallic symbol, and stylized animal head PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 21in. (53cm) £100-150

1042

Sepik Tribal canoe prow carved with hornbill head and crocodile motif and another, second quarter 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £150-250 See Illustration. 1043

Sepik Tribal ceremonial flute, the top carved as a spirit figure, with shell eyes, the back carved with a fin. pipe edged with cassowary bird feathers c1930 PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 48in. (122cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

1044

Sepik Tribal lime kumbung, extensively carved with faces the eyes with cowrie shells, also representations of hornbill, crocodile, snake and chicken PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 29in. (74cm) £100-150 See Illustration. 1045

Sepik Tribal lime kumbung, carved in the form of a chicken, on a bamboo pole, mid 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 28in. (71cm) £50-80

1046

Sepik Tribal kumbung the top carved with a spirit mask painted in lime and ochre on a dark ground, with Cassowary and other feathers PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 37in. (94cm) £70-100 See Illustration.

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1047

Buka Island finely woven basket of natural fibres, Sepik Ceremonial dance rattle of carved coconut with fibres and suspended seed pods, a shell necklace and a bark drum, all 2nd quarter 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £80-120

1048

Trobriand Island club macassar ebony club, carved with interlocking forms and a small mortar and pestle PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £70-100

1049

Sepik , Papua New Guinea, Ipwon style carving , bone daggers wooden implements and cooking bowls second quarter 20th C PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £80-120

1050

Massim Tribal , Trobriand Islands , lime spatula finely carved , with representation of seated figures, ( 18.5 “) and another with incised decoration of interlocking forms (14” ) first quarter 20th C PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £200-300 See Illustration. 1051

Massim Tribal, Trobriand Islands, a finely carved ebony lime spatula ( 21 “) and another carved and with paddle form handle (12.8“) PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £200-300 See Illustration.

1054 1052

Sepik ceremonial board, or plang, incised and painted in ochre second quarter 20th C PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 91½ x 10in. (231 x 25cm) £300-500

1053

Sepik carving of a chicken and crocodile, originally art of a lime kumbung. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £100-150 See Illustration. 1050

1054

Middle Sepik, Iatmul ceremonial costume, woven rattan with elongated face mask, fringed with cassowary feathers, pigment stained, and with ochre rafia tassels. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 63.40in. (161cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1055

1051

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Five lime Kumbung each with etched design PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 13.70in. (35cm) £50-80


1056

Sepik Papua New Guinea , two canoe prows with carved representations of Cassowary bird and crocodile teeth , early 20th C PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection 25in. (64cm) £150-250 See Illustration. 1057

Sepik, a wild pig tusk and cowrie shell tribal woman’s necklace, earrings from the Cassowary bird feather spine, and a pair of coconut shell breast covers NB Western missionary persuaded some tribes women to cover their breasts, these shells were used for that purpose and carved complete with nipples. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £50-70

1058

Middle Sepik, a conical form terracotta ceremonial bowl incised and painted with symbols, second quarter 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 10.20in. (26cm) £70-100

1059

Sepik earthenware cooking pot the shoulders with incised fish spine decoration, and a squat pot PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 7.80in. (20cm) £50-80

1060

1060

Sepik Tribal Korowari River district an unusual fernwood Yipwon second quarter 20th century NB Fernwood root mass was used in the treeless area of the Karawari river. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 47in. (119cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1061

A Sepik Tribal pigs tusk necklace, with cowrie shells two similar and another of fish spine. PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £70-100

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1064

Sepik Two curved pig tusk armlets, and a large shell pendant PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £40-60 Sepik man’s tribal necklace formed of wild boar teeth and cowrie shells intertwined with natural fibres, and another similar of dog teeth, finely woven waistband PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £50-80 Sepik woven fibre headpiece with pierced eyes, a collection of Boar’s teeth, cassowary fly whisk, a ceremonial raffia skirt and garland. mid 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £50-80

1065

1056

Sepik, Yamok region 19th century double sided Man house hard wood tree trunk three dimensional carving, ancestral faces carved in high relief carved in high relief with basket hook base PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 46 x 16in. (117 x 41cm) £2,500-3,500 See Illustration. 89


1068

Sepik Tribal Ramu Delta, a ritual object with zoomorphic carving on white wood, second quarter 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 2.80in. (7cm) £80-120 See Illustration. 1069

Sepik Papua New Guinea, a terracotta roof tile with seated figure, lime and ochre staining, another similar and associated, figure, second quarter 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £150-250 See Illustration. 1070

A collection of gourd lime canisters, kumbungs eleven in total six with carving. mid 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £50-80

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1068

1069

Yamok upper Sepik, hardwood water drum, ritual use in circumcision ceremony, the hollowed out oval carved with conjoined figures. early 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 21in. (53cm) £200-400 See Illustration. 1072

Sepik Tribal stone adzes, with split cane, a drum, lime kumbung with chicken carving, carved snake, and other implements, early to mid 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £100-150

1073

Solomon Islands, a hardwood paddle club, with leaf form head and another of graduating form both with raised ridge, early 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 46in. (117cm) £200-300

Four betel nut crushers , with carved tops , a bird carved in horn , a spiny dragon and bird carved in hardwood and a frog in ebony each with iron crusher . longest 9.2 “ These were collected by McHugh in Papua New Guinea in the 1930’s but are thought to have been made in Indonesia PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £200-300 See Illustration. 1066

1067

An Oceanic Marshall Islands carved hardwood bowl the handles carved as human heads, the edge carved with radiating circles PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £50-80 1071

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Solomon Islands Santa Cruz , sleeping mat constructed of grass and interwoven with coconut fibres in two shades second quarter 20th 82½ x 38½in. (208 x 97cm) £200-300

1078

Early 20th C Aboriginal boomerang with adze and shallow textured finish, a bark painting with fish and a boab seed pod with decoration of a frog and snake , C 1930 £150-250

1079

Sepik, Papua New Guinea tribal spears some carved and painted , stained and with woven fibre grip (15) longest 72 “ £150-250

1080

Papua New Guinea , Huon, hardwood carving of a crouching crocodile, a carved Maori paddle inset with abalone and a Sepik bird carving , 1920’s-1930’s £80-120

1081

Sepik Ancestral carving from a man house, £80-120 early 20th C 35in. (89cm)

1082

Sepik Mei mask of carved wood , clay covered painted in ochre and encrusted with shells , the elongated face terminating in a carved bird , 1930’s 32in. (81cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

1074 Upper Sepik Abau tribal shield, painted in ochre with interlocking forms, the centre painted with a bird, second quarter 20th century PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. 5½ x 26in. (13 x 66cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

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Sepik, dark ochre stained hooked spirit figure, six bone, daggers, other implements and a short spear with cowrie shells and crocodile carving PROVENANCE: Francis de Sales McHugh Collection. £70-100 Massim Trobriand Islands two lime spatulas with incised decoration of a seated man 18.28in. (46cm) £100-150

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1083

Captain Cook voyages , illustrated plates from Alex Hogg publication 1784 , depicting Tribal people, carvings, human sacrifice 46 in total 8½ x 14in. (20 x 36cm) £150-250

1084

Large Tarpa, bark cloth, Tonga 1965, created to celebrate the inauguration of King Tupou 75 x 68in. (191 x 173cm) £100-150

1085

Solomon Islands model of a canoe with dark ochre stain and mother-of-pearl, carved prow head, c1900 Provenance: William Wright, District commissioner Solomon Islands and Malaita, then Secretary for Protectorate affairs, until 1960 13 x 41in. (33 x 104cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

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1089

Three Solomon Islands paddles of varying forms, and a painted shield, mid 20th century Provenance: William Wright, District commissioner Solomon Islands and Malaita, then Secretary for Protectorate affairs, until 1960 £80-120

1091

Three Solomon Island paddles with blue painted blades, mid 20th century Provenance: William Wright, District commissioner Solomon Islands and Malaita, then Secretary for Protectorate affairs, until 1960 £50-80

1092

A Solomon Islands wood paddle with horn and chip carved end Provenance: William Wright, District commissioner Solomon Islands and Malaita, then Secretary for Protectorate affairs until 1960 59in. (150cm) £100-150

1093

Sepik New Guinea three lime kambang (lime) cylindrical containers formed from thick bamboo each with a different design etched on the surface, mid 20th century, the tallest 30cm £30-50

1094

Modern African figure of a pregnant woman 26in. (66cm) £30-50

1095

Three tribal spear heads embellished with beads, label for Rwanda, Huitsi and Tuti tribes, and two carved figures £100-150

1096

Two Indian inlaid panels and two carved African figures £40-60

Tribal necklace of cowrie shells and beads mounted on hide , leather and bead bracelet and other beadwork , early to mid 20th C 13½in. (33cm) £50-80

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Two Solomon Islands swords with woven cane and shark’s teeth, and a sword in hardwood , probably Dayak, Malaysia PROVENANCE: William Wright, District commissioner Solomon Islands and Malaita, then Secretary for Protectorate affairs, until 1960 £80-120 Solomon Islands hardwood club with carved bulbous end Provenance: William Wright, District commissioner Solomon Islands and Malaita, then Secretary for Protectorate affairs, until 1960 30in. (76cm) £150-250

GARDEN STATUARY & ARCHITECTURAL

Solomon Islands, six fish spears with intricate carving, woven split cane and barbed tips Provenance: William Wright, District commissioner Solomon Islands and Malaita, then Secretary for Protectorate affairs, until 1960 54in. (137cm) £80-120

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Ornate cast metal umbrella stand 40 x 23in. (102 x 58cm) £70-100


1098

Cast Iron painted table and four chairs in Coalbrookdale style £100-200

1099

Pair of terracotta garden pots in the form of twin handled baskets, each 16” high £100-150

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Terracotta garden urn with gadrooned decoration, twin handles on octagonal base, 28in. (71cm) £100-150 Terracotta garden pot with basketweave decoration, (14” high) and two others (3) £80-120 Pair of large terracotta garden pots, each 19” high, diameter 22” £150-250 Square terracotta garden pot decorated with putti’s 15 x 18½ x 18½in. (38 x 46 x 46cm) £80-120

1104

Square terracotta garden pot with shell handles 13½ x 16 x 16in. (33 x 41 x 41cm) £50-80

1105

Terracotta garden pot in the form of a gresham £60-100 storage jar 25in. (64cm)

1106

Pair of 19th century cast iron white painted garden urns with gadroon decoration on square bases, each diameter 16” 20in. (51cm) £150-250

1107

Two terracotta pedestals, on square bases, each diameter 12” 22in. (56cm) £60-100

1108

Composite pedestal 38½in. (97cm)

1109

Victorian painted metal framed and wooden slatted garden bench £50-80

1110

A sandstone staddle stone diameter of top 20 inches 33in. (84cm) £200-400

1111

A limestone staddle stone diameter of top 19 inches 30in. (76cm) £150-250

1112

Three sandstone Staddle stone tops largest 19 inches diameter £60-80

1113

A pair of 19th century carved composite stone garden urns, on square bases 20in. (51cm) £150-250

1114

Pair of 19th Century cast iron campana shaped £150-250 urns, each 22” x 18”

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2008 Honda Civic Type R1-VTEC Petrol, 3 Door Hatchback. Registration number LD08 DGZ. Approx 33,000 miles. Executor Estate 1998cc, black, one owner from new. Original receipt for £13, 700 from Honda. Service book, last service was 9.2.12. No current M.O.T or tax. £3,000-5,000 See Illustration. 1116

2007 Mercedes A150 Classic SE. 3 door, petrol hatchback. Registration number HV57JZ0. Approx. 8,000 miles 1 previous owner, current M.O.T and taxed February 2014 £4,000-6,000 See Illustration. 1117

1116

1971 Austin Mini 850, Registration JPC 603K, mileage 30,000, One owner from new, two doors, petrol, harvest gold, manual, saloon. No current M.O.T, service history, original receipt from Swain & Jones for £511 pounds, dated December 1971. Austin Morris British Leyland passport service book included £1,200-1,500 See Illustration. 1118

1996 Rover Mini Sprite 1300, Registration N783 UPF, silver, two doors, One owner from new, Very low milleage 5,700, manual, saloon No current M.O.T , service history. This car has a SORN declaration on it till December 2013. Service record book shows last service completed 24.6.03 with 4974 miles. Original receipt for £4800 enclosed from Rover. £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.

OIL PAINTING WATER-COLOURS AND PRINTS 1117

This section of the sale will not commence before 10.35am Friday 27th September 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 1119

§ Robert Duflos, French b.1898 - nude lying on a bed, signed, pastel 21 x 36in. (53 x 91cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

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1119 1120

Thomas Sydney Cooper, 1803-1902 - cattle and sheep, pair, signed oils on canvas 9½ x 17in. (23 x 43cm) £500-1,000

John Hulk, cattle watering by a river, signed, oil £300-500 on canvas, 24 x 42in. (61 x 107cm) See Illustration.

1121

W Eddington, scene at dusk on a country lane with a figure by a cottage and others in a field beyond, signed, oil on canvas £100-200

1129

Frederick William Baker (1881-1936) ‘Summer Evening near Kynance, Cornwall’, signed, oil on canvas, handwritten label verso 31 x 20½in. (79 x 51cm) £100-200

1122

James Webb - Autumn Glory, watercolour, £80-120 landscape 13 x 20in. (33 x 51cm)

1130

1123

G.E.Herring - Wootton Creek, monogrammed, watercolour, landscape 12 x 19in. (30 x 48cm) £100-200

Roger Fry (1866-1934) - ‘Iris and Vase’, woodcut hand print by Leonard and Virginia Woolf, framed 4 x 3½in. (10 x 8cm) £100-200

1131

19th century English school donkey and foal, monogrammed on feeding basket HHW 19 x 21in. (48 x 53cm) £200-300 See Illustration.

Roger Fry (1866-1934) - ‘Self Portrait’, woodcut hand printed by Leonard and Virgina Woolf at the Hogarth Press 1921 4 x 3½in. (10 x 8cm) £100-200

1132

William Lionel Wyllie RA (1851-1931) ‘Tantallon Castle and Bass Rock’, dry point etching, signed in pencil 9 x 29in. (23 x 74cm) £150-250

1133

Duncan Grant (1885-1978) - ‘Seurre sur Saone’, pencil, inscribed signed and dated 1961, framed 11½ x 18in. (28 x 46cm) £150-250

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1124

1125

Thomas George Cooper, donkey and foal in a winter landscape, oil on canvas, 13 x 16in. (33 x 41cm) £200-300

1126

19th century continental school of a man in a red coat holding a wine glass, unsigned oil on £50-100 board 8 x 5in. (20 x 13cm)

1127

John Kidd Maxton, a pair of watercolour landscapes signed 8 x 12in. (20 x 30cm) £50-80

1124

1134

A Chappell, oil on canvas, sailing ship, inscribed The Araunah of Goole, Captain Edmund A Green 20 x 30in. (51 x 76cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

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1137 § Deborah Jones, ‘Tidwell & Jay and Miss Twiss’, signed, oil on board, 12 x 30in. (30 x 76cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

1135

1138

Pair of contemporary still life oils on board, signed Szabo Jo Purchased 20 years ago from Forest Gallery Fine Art 7 x 9in. (18 x 23cm) £100-200

1139

W.L. Wyllie RA (1851-1931) - engraving of sailing boats in the Channel, signed in pencil 8 x 19in. (20 x 48cm) £200-300

1140

G W Morrison - ‘Bunbeg Donegal Coast’, signed, watercolour, 6½ x 14in. (15 x 36cm) £200-300

1141

Lesley Fotherby - Siamese Sketches, pencil sketch, signed with initials L.F. Chris Beetles label to verso. The picture was exhibited in the Louis Wain and the Summer Cat Show 2002, No 104 15½ x 11in. (38 x 28cm) £50-80

1142 § Mervyn Peake (1911-1968) - Child and Sunflowers, pencil sketch, signed ‘Peake’ Chris Beetles label to verso. The picture was exhibited in the Mervyn Peake Exhibition (1911-1968), February 2000, No 26, The Illustrators, The British Art of Illustration 1800-2004, No 498 9¼ x 8¾in. (23 x 20cm) £300-500 1136 L. Kerr - pair of landscape scenes with figures on a country path, hills beyond, signed, oil on canvas £200-300 See Illustration.

1143

Nicholas Parry - Saint Davids, watercolour, signed and titled in pencil 6½ x 9½in. (15 x 23cm) £30-50

1144

Michael Chaplin RWS - view of the Ponte della Paglia in Venice, watercolour, signed in pencil and titled Venice Francis Iles Fine Paintings label verso 7 x 5½in. (18 x 13cm) £30-50

1135

1136

Andrea Vasari - ‘Lucca, Italy’, gilt swept frame, oil on canvas 17 x 23in. (43 x 58cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

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1146

1147

Lesley Fotherby - The Partners, pen, ink and watercolour, signed with initials L.F Chris Beetles label to verso. The picture was illustrated in the National Youth Ballet of Great Britain 2006 Season Programme, Page 7 8½ x 8½in. (20 x 20cm) £50-80 Michael Chaplin RWS - study of a tree, pastel and chalk, initialled M.C Francis Iles Fine Paintings label to verso. The picture is a sketch from the Complete Book of Drawing and Painting, Windswept Tree, page 108 8 x 8in. (20 x 20cm) £50-80 Victoria Davidson - ‘The stiffs in there ‘ave all got scales on’, pen and ink, Chris Beetles label to verso. The picture came from the estate of Victoria Davidson and was illustrated Lilliput, September 1950, page 15. It was also exhibited in The illustrators, The British Art of Illustration, 1786-2003, No 461 4 x 5½in. (10 x 13cm) £30-50

1148

Michael Chaplin - watercolour of a figure titled ‘Washing’, signed Francis Iles Fine Paintings label to verso 5½ x 5in. (13 x 13cm) £30-50

1149

John Lawrence - print of a lion with a rose titled 'Lion & Rose', signed and dated in pencil 6" x 4.5", and another print by Iliev, titled Der Weihnachtsmann, 6" x 4". £30-50

1150

Eileen Alice Soper, RMS - study of a young deer, titled, dated and numbered ‘Adonis, Feb, 26/68’, watercolour with pencil, Chris Beetles Limited label to verso. The picture came from the estate of George and Eileen Soper 11 x 7¾in. (28 x 18cm) £50-100

1154

Mach Yonna Israli - cartoon sketch of a man £40-60

1155

Michael Chaplin RWS - titled ‘Family in the Rain’, pencil sketch, initialled M.C. Francis Iles Fine Paintings label to verso 3 x 4in. (8 x 10cm) £30-50

1156

Elsie Henderson - titled ‘Lion in Profile’, conte and pastel Sally Hunter Fine Art label to verso. The drawing was no 72 in the Exhibition Elsie Henderson, March/April 2004 8 x 9½in. (20 x 23cm) £30-50

1157

1158

1159

1151 § Mervyn Peake - ‘The Glassblowers 3’, pencil sketch Chris Beetles Limited label to verso. The drawing was exhibited in the Mervyn Peake, The Man and his Art, Exhibition, October 2006, No 58. This is a preparatory drawing for a set of poems by Mervyn Peake published by Eyre & Spottiswood in 1950 entitled ‘The Glassblowers’. Peake wrote them when, in his words, he was commissioned as a war-artist to record my impressions of work in a glass blowing factory near Birmingham, I found on entering the huge, ruinous, grimy, wharf-walled buildings a world upon its own, a place of roaring fires and monstrous shadows. 11½ x 8¼in. (28 x 20cm) £300-500 1152

Germaine Marguerite de Coster - titled ‘Place du Marche neuf’, woodcut print, signed and numbered 54/160 Label to verso. 8 x 12in. (20 x 30cm) £30-50

1153

Anita Jeram - study of a dog and a cat, titled ‘My Beautiful Hound, watercolour, signed Francis Iles Fine Paintings label to verso 6 x 8½in. (15 x 20cm) £50-100

1160

1161

Lesley Fotherby - ballet dancer titled ‘Elegance’, pen, ink and watercolour, signed with initials L.F. Chris Beetles Limited label to verso. The drawing was illustrated in the National Youth Ballet of Great Britain 2006 season programme, page 1. Accompanying the drawing is a copy o the programme 10½ x 6½in. (25 x 15cm) £50-80 Lesley Fotherby- ballet dancer titled ‘Jete’, pen, ink and watercolour, signed with initials L.F. Chris Beetles label to verso. The drawing was illustrated in the National Youth Ballet of Great Britain, 2006 Season Programme, page 6. 13 x 9in. (33 x 23cm) £50-80 Victoria Davidson - drawing of a cat and a mouse titled ‘Well, it doesn’t appeal to my sense of humour’, pen and ink, Chris Beetles label to verso. The drawing came from the estate of Victoria Davidson, and was illustrated Lilliput, and exhibited in the Louis Wain and the Summer Cat Show, 2005 5 x 7in. (13 x 18cm) £30-50 Victoria Davidson - drawing of a cat titled ‘Spring still seems a while ahead, but she cat wisely starts to plan for summer now’ pen, ink and watercolour, Chris Beetles label to verso. The drawing came from the estate of Victoria Davidson, and was exhibited in the Louis Wain and the sumer cat show, 2005 5½ x 7in. (13 x 18cm) £30-50 Michael Chaplin - sketch of a man flying a kite titled ‘Flying Kite’, pencil sketch, signed with initials M.C Francis Iles Fine Paintings. The drawing was taken from page 43 of the complete book of drawing and painting. 3 x 7in. (8 x 18cm) £30-50

1162

Nelson Dawson - marine scene with figures, watercolour, signed with initials N.D. 7½ x 11½in. (18 x 28cm) £60-80

1163

Moss Fuller - ‘Kitchens Barn’ and numbered 1/28, woodblock print, signed and dated Moss £30-50 Fuller,1978 9 x 11in. (23 x 28cm)

1164

K E Oliver - pencil sketch of a young boy, label verso dated 1960 5 x 4in. (13 x 10cm) £30-50 99


1170

William Henry Dyer, Pair of watercolours, Dartmoor and Near Okehampton, signed, gilt mounts and frames 9 x 13in. (23 x 33cm) £80-120

1171

W.J. Ophelia Billinge, dated 1914, Rustic, portrait of a hound, watercolour 11in. (28cm) £100-150

Wyllie print of the Thames from Greenwich £300-500 See Illustration. 1172

1173

Wyllie print of the Thames Estuary, 6.5 x 14” £200-300

1174

Wyllie print of a coastal scene with sailing ships in foreground, 6.5” x14” £200-300

1172

1175

Finney - watercolour, beached fishing boats 11.5” x 17” £200-300 See Illustration. 1176

Finney, Fishing boat in harbour, 14.5” x 22” £200-300 See Illustration. 1177

W H Butterfield, oil on board battleships, 18” x 24” £100-200

1178

17th century Italian school - biblical scene, oil on canvas, mother and child with figures £300-500 looking on 50 x 35in. (127 x 89cm) See Illustration.

1175

1176 1165

Pencil sketch of First World War soldier, £50-80 unsigned 9 x 6in. (23 x 15cm)

1166

Cartoon of a drummer, indistinctly signed 9 x 11in. (23 x 28cm) £30-50

1167

Gouache of a young girl in a pink dress 9 x 6in. (23 x 15cm) £30-50

1168

Pen and ink of two mice spinning wool, £30-50 unsigned 7 x 8in. (18 x 20cm)

1169

R S Hughes - Study of a cat ‘Cleopatra’ £30-50 1178

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Miss Emily Broughton ‘The Bride’ signed and dated 1881, oil on canvas in gilt frame NOTE; Miss Emily Broughton - London painter of figure subjects and portraits. Exhibited 18781882 at the Royal Academy & Royal Society of British Artists. Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 30 x 25in. (76 x 64cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1181

1182

William Anstey Dolland (1858-1929). British classical maiden, wearing a lace head scarf, signed, oil on canvas, in gilt frame Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 20 x 15in. (51 x 38cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 1183

1181

Circle of Sir Godfrey Kneller (1646-1723 British), a portrait of John Morley (1656-1732) three quarter length in brown jacket, inscribed ‘John Morley aged 65’ (upper right), oil on canvas, gilt frame John Merchant Morley was the son of a butcher and a self made land agent whose clients included the Earl of Oxford, he was derided by Swift as a rascal butcher knave but was a close friend of Pope to whom he sent oysters Provenance is by descent from sitter to Mr & Mrs Pleydell-Bouverie Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 50 x 40in. (127 x 102cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1182 1179

S. Riedler, Venetian courtyard scene, with three figures on a terrace, oil on canvas £300-500

1180

19th century Continental landscape scene with figures, oil on canvas £200-300 1183 101


1186

17th Century British School, portrait of a gentleman in armour, framed Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale £700-900 See Illustration. 1187

Charles Tattersall Dodd Senior, British (18151878), Sussex Windmill, oil on canvas, 18” x 30” Provenance: Family descent Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale £500-800 See Illustration. 1188

A collection of Aeronatical related prints to include Spitfires, many signed by Battle of Britain pilots, various sizes (Quantity) £100-200

1184

1185

1186

Richard Bonnington Senior (1816), portrait of Colonel Sempronius Streeton, CB of the 40th Regiment, painted during the allied occupation of Paris in 1816, three quarter length oil on canvas, bears presentation plaque, gilt frame, oil on canvas Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 36 x 28in. (91 x 71cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 1184

1185

Al Garat, continental river landscape with a wooded forest signed, with an ornate gilt frame, oil on canvas Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 32 x 57in. (81 x 145cm) £600-800 See Illustration.

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Henry Taylor Wyse 1870-1951, landscape with £100-150 trees, pastel 15 x 10in. (38 x 25cm)

1196

The South Prospect of St Pauls London . J Smith Exeter Exchange Strand, dated 1720 early print of Windsor Castle. P Hollar undated , centre crease . 8.80 x 12in. (22 x 30cm) £200-300

1197

19th century watercolour of a milk maid £50-500 unsigned 10 x 7in. (25 x 18cm)

1198

Ken Howard, watercolour, crowded beach £50-100 scene, signed 7 x 5in. (18 x 13cm)

1199

Pair of Victorian prints of the Queen Victoria’s Coronation, 21” X17” £50-100

1200

19th century, portrait of a gentleman, oil on £300-500 canvas, 19” x 14” labels verso

1201

Late 19th/ early 20th century, English school, landscape with a figure sitting by a country path, indistinctly signed, oil on canvas 16 x 22in. (41 x 56cm) £100-200

1202

In the manner of Louis Wain - Study of a cat playing a set of bag-pipes, pen, ink and watercolour, bearing false signature 19½ x 15in. (48 x 38cm) £100-200

1203

In the manner of Louis Wain - study of a cat smoking a pipe and reading a book, with another cat behind holding a cup and a saucer, bearing false signature 17½ x 14½in. (43 x 36cm) £100-200

1204

A quantity of mainly 19th century prints

1192 1189

Portrait of William Swift, oil on canvas, 30” x 24” £50-80

1190

19th century oil on canvas portrait of a lady, 19” x 15” £200-300

1191

Percy Harland Fisher 1867-1944, Portrait of a gentlemen, oil on canvas signed, unframed 36½ x 28in. (91 x 71cm) £300-500

1192

Hoffelder oval portrait of a young lady holding £400-600 an oil lamp 37 x 31in. (94 x 79cm) See Illustration. 1193

1194

£40-60

W L Wyllie, etching , scene of London and the Thames, signed 6½ x 14.40in. (15 x 37cm) £100-150 P Conway still life in Bloomsbury style watercolour, signed and dated 1916 11 x 8.30in. (28 x 21cm) £50-80

1205

A quantity of pictures including watercolours, and drawings, etc. £40-60

1206

Giovanni Barbaro, still life of fruit, watercolour, £100-150 signed 13 x 32in. (33 x 81cm)

1207 § Charles Wyatt Warren oil on board painting, 9” x 21” £400-600 See Illustration.

1207

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1210

Francesco Zanin (1843-1890). The Scuola Grande di San Marco and the Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice. Oil on canvas, signed. Carnival masked figures with gondolas on a Venetian canal. In fine carved giltwood 18th or early 19th Century frame. Label purchased from Riddetts of Bournemouth. Re-lined. Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 17½ x 25in. (43 x 64cm) £10,000-15,000 See Illustration.

1210

1211

Ernest St. John Burton, signed oil on canvas “Poole Harbour from Evening Hill”. 20th century English School. Framed Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 20 x 30in. (51 x 76cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1212

1211

C. Mott, signed oil on canvas, “The Oyster Seller”, framed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 14¾ x 17½in. (36 x 43cm) £150-250 See Illustration. 1213 § Rodney Charman, American (1944-). “HMS Hermes Returns To Portsmouth Docks”. Dated Wednesday 21st July 1982. Framed Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 36 x 48in. (91 x 122cm) £600-1,000 See Illustration.

1212 1208

F.J. Aldridge (1850-1933), Sailing boats in a choppy sea, watercolour, signed 10½ x 15½in. (25 x 38cm) £100-200

1209

Edgar J Maybury, etching of Blackfriars Bridge, London Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150

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1216

Samuel A Mulholland. British. Signed watercolour. beached fishing boats Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 14 x 23in. (36 x 58cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 1217

Attributed to J. Navarro signed oil on panel Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 6¼ x 7½in. (15 x 18cm) £80-120

1218

1214

William Mellor (1851-1931). Signed oil on canvas. North Wales landscape of a river with trees. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 19 x 29in. (48 x 74cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

1215 1214

George Clarke Stainton (1832-1894). Signed oil on canvas, framed, entitled verso “On The Kentish Coast”. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 25½ x 33in. (64 x 84cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1216

1215

In the manner of Thomas Webster. 18th/ early 19th century English School. Unsigned, framed oil on canvas. Village fair with numerous figures and activities including horse race. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 20 x 30in. (51 x 76cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1218

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1221

North African School. Seated figures with a Mosque in background. Watercolour with Monogram ‘HB’ Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 19 x 28in. (48 x 71cm) £100-200

1222

Margaret (Peggy) Barboure. South African School. African Market Scene. Signed oil on panel Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 13 x 17¾in. (33 x 43cm) £100-200

1223

George Chambers. Docked Galleons. Signed and dated 1830. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 18 x 30in. (46 x 76cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1224

1220

Thomas Edward Roberts. Exhibited 1850 1893 RA ‘The Patch Work Quilt’ oil on canvas, unsigned title and name of artist on frame Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 23 x 19in. (58 x 48cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 1225

Maurice Fievet portrait of a young girl signed oil on board Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 12 x 9in. (30 x 23cm) £100-200

1223 1219

In the manner of Dorothea Sharp , figures by a multicoloured tent probably North African, False signature Purchased from Riddetts of Bournemouth. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 16 x 20in. (41 x 51cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1220 § Rodney Charman, American (1944-). Signed and dated 83’. “A Safe return, The Camberra In Southampton Water, July 11th 1982” Framed oil on canvas. HMS Canberra returning from the Faulklands. Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 24 x 48in. (61 x 122cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 106

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1227

Vincent Clare (1855 - 1930) Still life with birds eggs signed oil on canvas Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 8 x 6in. (20 x 15cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1228

Vincent Clare (1855 - 1930) Still life of grapes signed oil on canvas Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 8 x 6in. (20 x 15cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1229 1226

Alfred Glendening ‘Kempsford - on - Thames’ signed oil on canvas Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 12 x 21in. (30 x 53cm) £500-1,000 See Illustration.

1227 1226

Thomas Edward Roberts. Exhibited 1850 1893 RA’ The shadow on the Wall’ signed oil on canvas Provenance: original title label signed by the artist labels verso, sold £200 1968 and another to the vendors estate dated 1983 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £5,000-10,000 See Illustration.

1228

1229

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1230

Alfred A Glendening landscape with sheep signed oil on canvas Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £500-1,000 See Illustration. 1231

1232

1233

John Anthony Park (BRITISH, 1880-1962) court yard scene signed oil on board Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 15 x 11in. (38 x 28cm) £100-200 19th century Continental School farmworkers with animals Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 19 x 25in. (48 x 64cm) £200-300 W L Wyllie dry point etching seascape signed in pencil Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 9 x 20in. (23 x 51cm) £200-300

William Minshall Birchall (AMERICAN/ BRITISH, 1884-1941) H.M.S Renown signed and titled and dated 1935 watercolour Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1234

1235

William Minshall Birchall (AMERICAN/ BRITISH, 1884-1941) R.M.S. Mauretania signed and titled and dated 1935 watercolour Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1236

1237

J Hardy, village scene with sheep signed watercolour Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-200 T Mortimer landscape of the South of France’ signed watercolour Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £100-200

1238

Landscape with figures on a country path, watercolour Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 7 x 10in. (18 x 25cm) £40-60

1239

In the manner of Sir Alfred Munnings R.A. bearing a signature, sketch in red crayon with inscription "Henry Higginson said to me - a huntsman watching his leading hounds has no time to tell his horse what to do" Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and £100-200 his father over the last 50 years See Illustration.

1230

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1239

1240 Earp, pair of continental landscapes, watercolours, both signed and dated ‘81 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 9 x 21in. (23 x 53cm) £200-300 See Illustration.

1240

1241

Potrait of a young women oil on canvas indistinctly signed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10 x 6in. (25 x 15cm) £100-200

1242

19th century unfinished watercolour sketch of the Grand Canal Venice unsigned Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 12 x 19in. (30 x 48cm) £100-200

1243

L Golvin nineteenth century continental school figures on a beach oil on canvas signed and dated 182? Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £150-250

1244

A V Stewart early twentieth century military bi-plane, oil on board Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 15 x 22in. (38 x 56cm) £50-80

1245

Nineteenth century English school landscape oil on canvas, indistinctly signed 1880 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 12 x 24in. (30 x 61cm) £50-100

1246

William Raymond Dommersen (Dutch), 19th Century landscape scene with figures, boat and castle. Signed and titled verso Zerekzee - Schelitt, Holland Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 11 x 17in. (28 x 43cm) £300-500

1247 § W Heath Robinson pen and ink cartoon titled ‘Squaring the Jonnie Walker bottles’ dated 1918 Purchased about 30 years ago at Riddetts of Bournemouth Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10 x 7in. (25 x 18cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

1247

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1249

Bloomfield, oil on canvas, city scene, signed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10 x 16in. (25 x 41cm) £50-80

1254

Early twentieth century watercolour of an archway, watercolour landscape and five others all unsigned. Largest 10 x 5" Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £50-80

1255

1250

S.J. Smith landscape scene, signed oil on canvas Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 14 x 20in. (36 x 51cm) £100-200

1251

In the manner of George Morland farm workers and horses in a stable, indistinctly signed right hand corner Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 6 x 8in. (15 x 20cm) £100-200

Four nineteenth century dry point etchings of Southampton, monogrammed A.R Each 6 x 8” in modern frames Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £40-60

1253

Karl Zeu, figures around a table, oil on board Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 15 x 19in. (38 x 48cm) £200-300 See Illustration.

Chinese print on silk landscape scene, signed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 15 x 21in. (38 x 53cm) £50-80

1257

Chinese print by Hsu Pi Hung of a horse, signed and another similar of two horses, 15” x 10” and 17” X 25” Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 15 x 10in. (38 x 25cm) £50-80

1259

1260

1261

1262 1253

110

Nineteenth Century Italian school seascape oil on canvas Diameter 11” Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-150

1256

1258 1252

Nineteenth century seascape with boats oil canvas Diameter 12” Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £80-120

James Orrock 1829-1913,, canal lock, signed and dated 1876 and titled verso, Kegworth Lock Leicestershire, watercolour Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 19 x 31in. (48 x 79cm) £200-300 19th century Cappriccio scene oil on board unsigned Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 7 x 10in. (18 x 25cm) £50-100 C Pearson, Continental landscape, watercolour signed and dated 1867 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 9 x 13in. (23 x 33cm) £100-200 19th century English School, a young women carrying fish from a boat indistinctly signed oil on canvas Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 18 x 11in. (46 x 28cm) £100-200 W L Wyllie. Dry point etching moored boats, signed in pencil Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 9 x 12in. (23 x 30cm) £200-300


1263

1266

1268

Jan Hoogsteyns - portrait, pen and ink of the artist’s daughter, 21” x 16” £200-300

1269

Twentieth century print of a flower signed £100-200 Romeo 49 x 47in. (124 x 119cm)

1270

English school 20th century, river landscape with buildings, monogrammed 8 x 15in. (20 x 38cm) £70-100

1271

Oil on board, flowers in a bowl, unsigned in gilt £50-80 frame 12 x 16in. (30 x 41cm)

1272

George Oyston, mountain landscape, watercolour, signed and dated 1914 9 x 18in. (23 x 46cm) £80-120

1273

Leonetti, pair of watercolours of Venice, signed 15 x 25in. (38 x 64cm) £250-400

1274

Alphonse Neumans, oil on panel, interior scene woman sewing near to an open fire 25 x 21in. (64 x 53cm) £150-250

1275

Continental school, children in conversation holding a King Charles Spaniel next to a seated man holding a bow, gilt frame, unsigned 25 x 19in. (64 x 48cm) £200-400

1276

English school, cattle and chickens in barn scene, oil on canvas, unsigned 22 x 28in. (56 x 71cm) £100-150

1263

W.Roberts watercolour of galleons at war titled ‘Off L’Orient 22nd May 1812’ un-signed, inscribed on mount 6 x 10in. (15 x 25cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1264

G.H.Jenkins, marine watercolour ‘Fishing boat sail No.PH90’ - signed 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £200-300

1265

18th Century print ‘ The South View of Calshot Castle, Hamshire’ signed 8 x 14in. (20 x 36cm) £40-60

1266 § Montague Dawson, pencil sketch of a warship un-signed, multiple exhibition labels verso Entitled ‘no. 31 Boarding party searching for contraband 1915-1916’ PROVENANCE; Bought from A.E.Barr Southampton in M.Dawson sale Nov 15th 1975 5 x 7in. (13 x 18cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1267

Morgan Dennis (AMERICAN, 1892-1960), dry point etching of Rin-Tin-Tin, signed in pencil 6 x 5in. (15 x 13cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1267

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1277

Henry Sage, ‘Juniper terrace across Shalford Common’, signed, watercolour, 8” x 17.5” £150-250

1278

† 19th century print “The British Queen on her First Voyage” paddle steamer at sea 20 x 25in. (51 x 64cm) £50-100

1279

† 19th century print “The ships of the General Steam Navigation Company” 17 x 25in. (43 x 64cm) £50-100

1280

† § Roger de la Corbière - «St. Jacut de la mer», signed, oil on canvas 23 x 32in. (58 x 81cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

1281

† 19th century print “Dover” 20 x 26in. (51 x

66cm)

£50-100

1282

† 19th century print “View of the Steamship £50-100 President” 20 x 27in. (51 x 69cm)

1283

† 19th century print “The Great Western” 23 x

31in. (58 x 79cm) 1284

1289

£50-100

† 19th century print of the Royal Exchange 19 x

23in. (48 x 58cm)

£50-100

1280

1290 1285

† 19th century print “Hastings” 21 x 26in. (53 x

66cm) 1286

Cartoon with the words “A roar of cheering as the procession came along led by a brass band and delegates from overseas”, unsigned. 10½ x 16½in. (25 x 41cm) £200-300

1287

R H Buxton - sheep grazing in landscape scene with mountains beyond, signed, watercolour 8½ x 10½in. (20 x 25cm) £150-250

1288

1288 112

£50-100

Thomas Nicholson Tyndale (1860-1930) cottage scene titled ‘A Surrey Farm’, signed, watercolour 7½ x 10in. (18 x 25cm) £250-350 See Illustration.


1289

Thomas Nicholson Tyndale (1860-1930) Surrey cottage landscape with figures, signed, watercolour 6½ x 9½in. (15 x 23cm) £250-350 See Illustration. 1290

Thomas Nicholson Tyndale (1860-1930) Surrey cottage scene, signed, watercolour 9 x 6½in. (23 x 15cm) £250-350 See Illustration. 1291

Thomas Nicholson Tyndale (1860-1930) Surrey cottage, signed, watercolour 6½ x 10½in. (15 x 25cm) £250-350 See Illustration.

1291 1296 1297

19th century oil on canvas of a gentleman, £100-200 unsigned. 30 x 22in. (76 x 56cm)

1298

Pamela Kay - still-life of flowers, signed, £300-500 watercolour 26 x 20in. (66 x 51cm)

1299

§ Ian Houston b.1934 - 'A village near the sea, Norfolk', signed, oil on board (label verso) 8 x 10in. (20 x 25cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1295 1292

D Fraser - street scene titled ‘Paris 1950’, signed, watercolour 13½ x 11in. (33 x 28cm) £50-100

1293

19th century study of a field worker, unsigned, £80-120 oil on board 10 x 8in. (25 x 20cm)

1294

19th century watercolour of Cromer, indistinctly signed 7 x 10in. (18 x 25cm) £80-120

Sam Bough - watercolour coastal scene, dated £600-1,000 1879 14 x 23in. (36 x 58cm) See Illustration. 1295

1296

19th century oil on canvas of madonna and child in original gilt carved wood and gesso £600-1,000 frame 32 x 23in. (81 x 58cm) See Illustration.

1299

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1300

Boats moored at sea, oil on board, in the manner of H.Koekkoek, bearing a signature and date 1843 £40-60

1301

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

1302

Herbert Blande Sparks - Pets, signed, watercolour on paper 29 x 19in. (74 x 48cm) £150-250

1303

Gentleman smoking a pipe, oil on board 11 x 9in. (28 x 23cm) £30-50

1304

19th century watercolour landscape of a river, indistinctly signed, dated 1878 15 x 23in. (38 x 58cm) £50-80

1305

Pair of aquatints from ‘Sixteen views of places in the Persian Gulph’, by Lt. Richard Temple, No.9, titled ‘Rus ul Khyma from the S. W. and the situation of the troops, at 1/2 past 2pm, Nov 13th, 1809’ and No.16 titled ‘The Storming of Schinaass, Jany 3rd, 1810’, published April 1813, by W. Haines, 10 South Molton St., London, each 11¾ x 16¼in. (28 x 41cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 1306

James Matthews - landscape scene with buildings by a lake and mountain beyond, signed and dated 1936, watercolour 8 x 10½in. (20 x 25cm) £100-150

1308 1307

James Matthews - ‘The Mill Stratford on Avon’, signed, watercolour 10 x 14in. (25 x 36cm) £100-150

Henry Guillaume Schlesinger, French 18141893 - oval portrait of a young woman in a white cape with pink roses, signed and dated 1863, oil on canvas 28 x 23in. (71 x 58cm) £3,500-4,500 See Illustration. 1308

1309

Etching - “Homeless” late 19th century, and another “The Apple Picker” £40-60

CONTEMPORARY ART This section of the sale will not commence before 12.25pm Friday 27th September 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

1305

114

1310

Bridget Leaman (b.1948) ‘Cows Grazing’, oil painting, titled and dated 1991 verso 18 x 23in. (46 x 58cm) £400-600

1311

Yvonne Hawker - “Farm track in the Cotswolds”, signed with title in pencil 15 x 25in. (38 x 64cm) £70-100


1317

Phil Greenwood, b.1943, The Oaks , and Hill top , signed prints , editions of 250 dated 1980 17 x 12½in. (43 x 30cm) £50-80

1318

Selva, oil on canvas landscape with houses, £50-80 signed 17½ x 21in. (43 x 53cm)

1319

Brown abstract composition, oil on board, dated 1966 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 14 x 10in. (36 x 25cm) £40-60

1320

Jan Hoogsteyns - oil on canvas landscape, signed and dated ‘70, 23” x 27” £500-800 See Illustration. 3120

1321

† § Alberto Morrocco RSA RSW (Scottish, 1917 - 1998). Still life with ostrich egg and pink egg cup. Oil on canvas, signed and dated 87. PROVENANCE: Purchased from Thackeray Gallery London, 29th October 1988, printed and hand-written label verso. 28 x 30in. (71 x 76cm) £5,000-10,000 See Illustration.

1322

† § Barbara Hepworth, limited edition lithograph, “Olympus”, number 34 of 60, signed £800-1,200 in pencil. 32 x 22in. (81 x 56cm) See Illustration.

1321 1312

Sydney Foley (1916-2001) - Sundown, Chelsea Reach, signed, watercolour, 9 x 13in. (23 x 33cm) £70-100

1313

Oil on card - two figures monogramed H M and dated 22.10.96, with motto ‘To Ann Thanks £30-50 They work Well’ 7 x 6in. (18 x 15cm)

1314

Haku Maki 1924-2000, ‘ Poem ‘ Japanese character relief prints 7.60 x 5½in. (19 x 13cm) £100-150

1315

20th century abstract limited edition print 39/670 signed in pencil 30 x 23in. (76 x 58cm) £50-100

1316

H Wightman Interior scene oil on board Artist name stenciled verso 41 x 32in. (104 x 81cm) £200-300

1322

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1323

† § Barbara Hepworth, limited edition lithograph, “Delos” (from the Aegean Suite), number 34 of 60, signed in pencil. 32 x 23in. (81 x 58cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1324

† § Barbara Hepworth, limited edition lithograph, “Sun and Water” (from the Aegean Suite, number 34 of 60. 31 x 22in. (79 x 56cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1325

† § Barbara Hepworth, limited edition lithograph, “Desert Forms” (from the Aegean Suite), number 34 of 60. Signed in pencil. 30 x 20in. (76 x 51cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1326

† § Barbara Hepworth, limited edition lithograph, “Fragment” (in the Aegean Suite), 34 of 60. £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1327

† A set of three 21st century abstract acrylics on canvases titled “Amity”, “Elude” and “Blue”, 2002 the largest 29” x 30”, all indistinctly signed verso £50-100

1323

1324

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1325


1326

1338

1328

† 20th century abstract print “Rope Twist”, 198 of 300, indistinctly signed in pencil 20 x 24in. (51 x 61cm) £50-100

1335

† Limited edition print “Lakeland Haze II”, 12 of 250, indistinctly signed in pencil 20 x 26in. (51 x 66cm) £50-100

1329

† 20th century abstract print, 76 of 175, indistinctly signed in pencil 24 x 31in. (61 x 79cm) £50-100

1336

† John Brunsdon - pair of limited edition prints “Albion Barnes 1 and 2”, 4 of 100, signed in £50-100 pencil 18 x 12in. (46 x 30cm)

1330

† A. Wilkinson - Print “A morning after the snow”, 28 of 90 21 x 17in. (53 x 43cm) £50-100

1337

† Abstract watercolour, monogrammed TH and £50-100 dated ‘03 21 x 29in. (53 x 74cm)

1331

† Thorie - mixed media abstract landscape, signed and dated ‘02 22 x 28in. (56 x 71cm) £50-100

1332

† Mike Rowland - “Seeing Tenby from Caerleon”, watercolour, signed in pencil 8 x 10in. (20 x 25cm) £50-100

1338 § Sidney Nolan (Australian Artist, 1917-1992) - A Midsummer Night’s Dream c.1963, signed with initial ‘N’ lower right, oil and enamel on masonite PROVENANCE: Was bought directly from the artist who was a friend in the 80’s and 90’s 63 x 48in. (160 x 122cm) £10,000-20,000 See Illustration.

1333

† Abstract limited edition print on textured paper, 149 of 350, indistinctly signed in pencil 28 x 23in. (71 x 58cm) £50-100

1334

† 20th century print of a tree, unsigned 34 x

28in. (86 x 71cm)

£50-100

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1342

§ Jack Vettriano. 'The Drifter'. A signed Limited Edition screenprint. Signed by the artist in pencil and inscribed A/P (artist proof). Image size: 57 x 66cm. Paper size: 74 x 81.5cm. Published by The Portland Gallery, London 2003 (unframed). £300-500 See Illustration. 1343

1339

§ Jack Vettriano, b.1951. 'Winter Light & Lavender'. A signed Limited Edition screenprint. Signed by the artist in pencil and inscribed A/P (artist proof). Image size: 57 x 70cm. Paper size: 77 x 91cm Published by The Portland Gallery, London 2003 (unframed). £300-500 See Illustration. 1344 § Jack Vettriano, b1951 4 Signed posters. Each measuring 80 x 60cm. Including ‘Valentine Rose’; ‘An Imperfect Past’; ‘Beautiful Losers I’; ‘Dancer for Money’ (unframed). £80-120

1341

1342

1339

Anton Benzon - South African landscape with farm buildings, oil on card, “Guest Farm Near Backsburg Cape” 14 x 22in. (36 x 56cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 1340

Popielarczyk Wladyslaw 1925-1987 - oil on board, landscape scene 15 x 14in. (38 x 36cm) £150-250

§ Jack Vettriano b1951. 'Cocktails and Broken Hearts'. Signed Limited Edition screenprint. Signed by the artist in pencil and inscribed A/P (artist proof). Image size: 70 x 56cm. Paper size: 91 x 76cm Published by The Portland Gallery, London 2003 (unframed) £300-500 See Illustration.

1341

1343

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1345

§ Terry Frost RA. 'It's A Good Space' (Red, Blue, Green & Orange) 4 screenprints each measures 58.5cm x 58.5cm. A set of unsigned proofs. Published in 2001 by CCA Galleries, London. Catalogue Ref: Kemp: 201, 202, 203, 204. £100-200

1346

§ Terry Frost RA. 'Newlyn Blue Q'. Screenprint measuring 85cm x 85cm. An unsigned proof. Catalogue Ref: Kemp: 142. Published in 1995 by Flowers Graphics, London (unframed). £80-120

1347

§ Richard Spare. A collection of 5 signed limited edition prints. Etching ‘Bird of Paradise’ numbered H/C and 4 screenprints ‘Blue Iris’; ‘Roses in Cut Glass’; ‘Lily Duet’; ‘Cutting the Gerbera’ each numbered as a Stage Proof (unframed). £200-300

1348

§ Glynn Boyde Harte. Two signed limited edition lithographs. 'Early Morning, Charlecote'', and 'Early Evening, Charlecote' Each inscribed A/P (artist proof) and each measures 71.5 x 53cm (unframed) £80-120

1349

Lavery? Three signed landscape monoprints on paper with hand colouring. Each titled ‘Winter’; ‘Spring’ & ‘Autumn’ Each measures 61 x 95.5cm £40-60

1350

Pam Dan - landscape, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1970 24 x 37in. (61 x 94cm) £50-80

1351

Thomas Coates - landscape, signed verso, oil on board 35 x 29in. (89 x 74cm) £30-50

ARTS AND CRAFTS This section of the sale will not commence before 12.50pm Friday 27th September 1352

An Arts & Crafts oak sideboard, in Liberty style, the back with integral cabinet of shaped glass panels, stylized flower head piercing, two carved supports, mirror back, two drawers over panelled doors, central tree carving, 171 x 153 x 53cm £50-100

1353

Two lead lined coloured stained glass panels with central roundels depicting birds 42½ x 11½in. (107 x 28cm) £80-120

1354

Arts and Crafts two tier oak table with pierced heart shape motifs 28 x 18 x 18in. (71 x 46 x 46cm) £50-80

1355 1356

Shapland & Petter, Barnstaple, An Arts and Crafts oak washstand with tiled back and inset enamelled roundels Glasgow School style inlay , two drawers and a side cabinet . C 1910 116 x 55½in. (295 x 140cm) £300-500

1357

Shapland & Petter, Barnstaple, And Arts and Crafts compactum wardrobe with Glasgow School style inlay Styalised floral inlay in various woods and mother of pearl , two full length cupboards and central chest of drawers, C 1910 76½ x 81 x 27in. (193 x 206 x 69cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1355

Late 19th century coal scuttle by Benham and Froud after a design by Christopher Dresser modelled as a seed pod, on a wrought iron stand, reg. no. 185919, c.1892 £200-300 See Illustration. 1357 119


1358

Early twentieth century walnut smokers cabinet with gallery top on splayed legs 31 x 16 x 14in. (79 x 41 x 36cm) £100-200

1359

Three - fold double sided screen in oak, surmounted with acorn finials, the six glazed panels with original notices relating to Eton college matters, The Eton Society etc, circa 1930, each screen 60” x 30.5” x 2” £300-500 See Illustration.

1361 1360 1359

Martin Brothers, a stoneware ewer with incised decoration of grotesque style fish and other aquatic creatures and plants incised mark Martin Brothers Southall London , and dated 10-1896 . Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 9.20in. (23cm) £2,000-3,000 See Illustration. 1361

Hannah Barlow , a Doulton Lambeth vase , a stoneware vase with incised decoration of young deer , neck with formal pattern of leaves beading and flowers in relief. incised monogram stamped Marks and LR406 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10.10in. (26cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1362

1363 1360

120

1364

Art Nouveau Carl Koppeing single stemmed glass bud vase Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £10-20 A twin handled hammered copper vessel with £30-50 hammered finish 10½in. (25cm)

An Arts and Crafts copper frame mirror with briar rose decoration , and Ruskin plaques retail attributed to Liberty & Co. 17½ x 11.80in. (43 x 30cm) £300-500 See Illustration.


1364 1365

W.A.S Benson copper. thermal lined jug with £30-50 mahogany lid 8.20in. (21cm)

1366

Door plate in copper in the style of John Pearson, unmarked 10.70 x 3.60in. (27 x 9cm) £30-50

1367

Arts and Crafts copper door plate with bullrushes, and a pair of cast copper and bronze handles £30-50

1368

Arts and Crafts stained and painted glass fire screen, in three panels, leaded glass with central £100-150 portrait 17½ x 33in. (43 x 84cm)

1369

Joseph Sankey & Sons Arts and Crafts copper tray with styalised floral motifs 12.40in. (31cm) £40-60

1370

ART NOUVEAU This section of the sale will not commence before 1.05pm Friday 27th September 1373

Gilt bronze ceiling light with cherub seated in a leaf entwined ring, stamped C. D c1920 26in. (66cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

Mahogany framed fire screen with leaded glass panels painted in Gothic reform style . 35½ x 26in. (89 x 66cm) £100-200 See Illustration. 1370

1371

Pair of Barbotine style vases, possibly be Aller Vale pottery , painted with flowers , impressed £50-80 England 14in. (36cm)

1372

Pair of early 20th Century Oak Art and Crafts £120-180 style armchairs zxcv not seen

1373 121


1377

Muller Freres , Luneville, an Art Nouveau glass table lamp on slender column and round base with domed top Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 21½in. (53cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1378

1379 1376

A pair of Austrian Art Nouveau green glass vases vases , with iridescent finish, c 1910 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 6½in. (15cm) £40-60 Early twentieth century bronze Tiffany Lamp base stamped verso 28600 Lacking shades Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 26in. (66cm) £500-800

Emile Galle, Art Nouveau, two from a nest of tables with marquetry tops one of coastal cottages the smaller of fishing boats at sea. Beechwood shaped supports, signed in the marquetry. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 27 x 18½ x 15in. (69 x 46 x 38cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 1380

1381

A cameo glass vase with cut and enamelled decoration of violets , triangular form with ‘pinched’ corners , white over green to mauve . French 1910 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 4.20in. (11cm) £200-300 See Illustration.

1377 1374

Art Nouveau green glazed earthenware clock, with figure of a lady her hands outstretched, incised T and dated 1914 14.70in. (37cm) £80-120

1375

Modern Lalique glass scent bottle 3in. (8cm) £50-80

Jules Sarlandie 1874-1933 , for Limoges an enamelled copper vase , decorated with flowers and overlaid with glass frosting . Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 7.20in. (18cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

1376

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1380


1383

1381 Galle, a tall Art Nouveau cameo glass vase of tapering form, design of chrysanthemum in red with yellow centre. On pale yellow and clear etched ground. Cameo signature, c1900. Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 13.70in. (35cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 1382

1383

Emile Galle 1846-1904, an early enamelled glass vase, painted landscape figure by a lake and flowers, signed Emile Galle, Fecit Work of Emile Galle, c 1890. Signature within a flower on base Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 8½ x 8in. (20 x 20cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 1384

Emile Galle 1846-1904, Cristallerie de Galle cameo glass vase design of purple wisteria on a white ground c 1889-1902 carved cameo, etched marks , signed and ‘model et decor depose’ Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 4in. (10cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

1382

1384 123


1385

Louis Comfort Tiffany , favrile glass, bowls and dishes in gold iridescent glass with raised twist , c1895 signed LCT Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £500-800 See Illustration. 1386

Galle France, a Chinese influence jar and cover with Fo dog finial and dragon handles . painted in enamels , signed Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 7.80in. (20cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

1390 1388

Art Nouveau silver plated fruit bowl with clear ribbed glass liner, German marks stamped H394 480 , crown & crescent moon 6.30 x 19in. (16 x 48cm) £100-150

1389

An Art Nouveau four fold screen, walnut with pierced top, inset with embroidered floral panels c 1910 72 x 93in. (183 x 236cm) £200-400

1385

Lucien Alliot ( 1877-1976) French, ‘La Source’, Art Nouveau nude maiden at a waterfall, polychrome bronze 12 x 7in. (30 x 18cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1390

1391

Kayserzinn, an art Nouveau style tazza of hammered brass , raised on three feet each with eagle surmount stamped Kayser , c 1910 12½in. (30cm) £150-250

1392

French Art Nouveau pewter plaque, depicting a maiden with flowing robes 11½in. (28cm) £50-80

1393

French Art Nouveau glass mushroom form lamp, white and mauve glass, with black metal leaf mounts ( rewired ), c1920 12.70in. (32cm) £80-120

1386 1387

124

Palme Konig green iridescent glazed bowl with trailed punts Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £30-50


ART DECO This section of the sale will not commence before 1.20pm Friday 27th September 1394

Group of Maling ware, kingfisher, windmill and spring flowers pattern plates a lustre vase & Ringtons Maling jug £70-100

1395

Selection of Maling cream lustreware china including salad bowl and servers, jugs, etc. £40-60

1396

Four pieces of Newhall Boumier pottery comprising two jugs and two bowls £40-60

1397

Susie Cooper design for Gray’s Pottery a ‘Gloria Lustre ‘ dressing table set with boldly painted fruit 12 x 7½in. (30 x 18cm) £80-120

1398

Collection of Maling pottery including a Peony bowl, Spring flowers dressing table set and a Primrose dish £60-100

1402

Carlton Ware Chinese style vase with cover and wood stand, damage to cover 13in. (33cm) £60-100

1403

Art Deco style Crown Devon red glazed vase decorated with flowers and butterflies 11in. (28cm) £40-60

1404

Shelley vase decorated in the Japanese manner 10in. (25cm) £40-60

1405

Shelley part tea service comprising; six tea cups and saucers; jug; sugar bowl, six side plates, and a sandwich plate £200-300 See Illustration. 1406

Clarice Cliff, Fantasque bowl, painted with styalised flowers with orange banding, diameter 7” £100-200

1407

Crown Ducal Orange Tree Breakfast Set £40-60

1399

Le Coutre Art Deco leather and chrome travel alarm clock/ barometer 3 x 5in. (8 x 13cm) £150-250

1400

A Jobling opalescent glass bowl moulded with shells diameter 9” and another with moulded mark Beal, diameter 7” £40-60

1401

R. Lalique, clear glass bowl with moulded and etched decoration of wheatsheaves, circa 1930, 6.20 x 2.60in. (16 x 7cm) £100-150

1408

Early 20th century Wedgwood Chinese dragon lustres bowl , puce ground with animals and symbols and butterfly decorated interior 2.60 x 5.90in. (7 x 15cm) £80-120

1405

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1409 1409

Lalique, Naiades clock, relief decoration of sirenes with free flowing hair, similar painted centre, R Lalique, 1920’s Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth

Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 4½ x 4½in. (10 x 10cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 1410

Loys Lucha , Paris an Art Deco pen tray with verdigris decorated geometric pattern , signed Loys , Artisan France stamp Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 11 x 3.70in. (28 x 9cm) £70-100

1411

James Powell , a Large globular form glass vase, with wave ribbing, designed by William Butler, 1930’s Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10.80in. (27cm) £80-120

1412

Moser , a ruby flash glass bowl with gilt frieze decorated with chariots and figures and an amethyst bowl with gilt fish scale band Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 3.80 x 8.40in. (10 x 21cm) £150-250

1413

Large amethyst glass footed bowl probably Powell glass 1930’s Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 4 x 12.30in. (10 x 31cm) £50-80

1414 1414

R Lalique, two marguerite pattern dishes of square form with canted corners, decoration in blue staining, etched mark , c 1930 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 6¼ x 6¼in. (15 x 15cm) £100-150 See Illustration. 1415

R Lalique , three Marguerite pattern dishes with green staining , square form with canted corners , etched mark c 1930 Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 6¼ x 6¼in. (15 x 15cm) £150-250 See Illustration. 1416

Muller Fres , a heavy bottle vase with colour and silver inclusions , c 1930 etched mark Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 10in. (25cm) £100-150 See Illustration.

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1421

Art Deco two colour marble clock, with spelter Alsatian dog and garniture 8 x 19in. (20 x 48cm) £100-150

After Myron, gilt bronze figure of an athlete throwing a discus, on stepped marble base , £180-220 c1930 7¼in. (18cm) See Illustration. 1422

1423

A metal sculpture, study of Diana the huntress with hound, in the manner of Hagenauer, c1930 £100-150 -1950 11in. (28cm)

1424

Charles Lemanceau , a large Art Deco figure group of two deer , signed 1930’s 11½ x 18in. (28 x 46cm) £100-150

1425

Art Deco green glaze study of an antelope , probably Lemanceau , 1930’s 20in. (51cm) £50-80

1426

Bronze study of a penguin on green marble £60-90 base 1930’s 2.80 x 5in. (7 x 13cm)

1416

MODERN DESIGN This section of the sale will not commence before 1.40pm Friday 27th September 1427

Spratt’s Advertising enamel sign depicting a dog with the phrase ‘Builds up a Dog!’, with code 341 to bottom right corner, 30.5x 61cm £100-200

§ Waldemar Grzimek (German 1918 - 1983), Badende, bronze figure of a female nude seated on rock numbered 2/10vcxbcvx Exhibited: Berlin Galerie Ludwig Lange circa 1977, 11in. (28cm) £1,200-1,800 See Illustration. 1428

1422 1417

1418

A George de Feure purple glass vase with decoration of maidens in Grecian costume playing musical instruments c 1920 , moulded mark to base Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 5.60in. (14cm) £50-80 Loys Lucha , an Art Deco floral petal shaped hanging ceiling light , pink with purple centre , 1930’s Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 18in. (46cm) £50-80

1419

Moorcroft vase decorated with pansies 4½in. (10cm) £80-120

1420

1930’s circular mahogany nest of tables, large circular table of 24” diameter and four smaller corner tables 18in. (46cm) £30-50

1428

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1429

Troika rectangular flask shaped vase with brown geometric designs, marked Troika St. £80-120 Ives 8in. (20cm)

1430

Modern Lalique frosted glass antelope, etched mark 3.20in. (8cm) £30-50

1431

Michael Harris, Isle of Wight glass vase, signed and a Powell glass vase in green with internal blue trailing, Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £70-100

1432

A Tapio Wirkkala , ice vase , signed , a Hadeland blue green vase and another of octagonal form Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 9.70in. (25cm) £80-120 See Illustration.

1443 1439

After Rene Fumeron, a large French wool tapestry, harvest and cockerel c1950 32 x 48in. (81 x 122cm) £50-80

1440

Jens Quistgaard for Dansk international , a teak ice / wine bucket . 15¼in. (38cm) £70-100

1441

1950’s to 1960’s tile top coffee table the 15 tiles depicting a carafe , vase and cocktail glasses original removable legs 17.60 x 29½in. (45 x 74cm) £70-100

1442

Jegou Dodik , three polychrome tiles forming a study of mother and child , signed mounted on board , 1960’s 17.60 x 5.80in. (45 x 15cm) £30-50

Helmut Schaffenacker German (1921-2010) large ceramic Art Pottery plaque , abstract design signed . 1970’s , signed impressed marks and No 140 10.26 x 28¼in. (26 x 71cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1443

1444

Modern Moorcroft blue vase decorated with ships, Number 1457, 1996 9in. (23cm) £60-80

Mirror framed with pictorial and black ceramic tiles , within a gilt frame . 1950’s 23 x 19in. (58 x 48cm) £50-80

1445

Moorcroft jar and cover, 1996, poppy pattern decoration (complete with original box) 6in. (15cm) £40-60

1960’s pewter decanter set by Selangor comprising decanter, six goblets and a tray, tallest 29cm £30-50

1446

David Andersen , Norway, silver and green enamel brooch and matching earrings £30-50

Nest of three 20th century rosewood tables £50-80

1447

Valerie Conway - enamel on copper, abstract, mounted on Hessian board, 1970’s 5.20 x 12.20in. (13 x 31cm) £80-120

1448

Alan Bird design sofa , Powder coated steel, upholstered in blue. drop end with ties, on castors, can convert to a bed (no mattress) late 1980’s -1990’s. Alan Bird, Designer lecturer, worked for the Design council, and was an exhibition designer for major museums. 37.40 x 83½in. (95 x 211cm) £200-400

1432 1433 1434

1435 1436

1437

1438

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George Jensen , a pair of silver cufflinks , design of concave dish on a curved bar , numbered 74 C and a pair of French gold and mother of pearl cufflinks £150-250 E Gomme for G plan a teak and black sideboard , 1950’s 33 x 53 x 19in. (84 x 135 x 48cm) £80-120 Group of Russian figures including a couple painted in red and black, stamped made in USSR, and a gilt decorated stag figure with eagle and another couple (4) £70-100


COSTUME, FASHION AND TEXTILES

1455

Early 20th century green leather travelling case fitted with silver topped jars, bottles and silver backed brushes, shoe horn and button hook, mostly by Thomas Ingleton, London, 1910, 7 x 18 x 14in. (18 x 46 x 36cm) £250-350

1456

Art Nouveau gilt metal and enamel winged cloak pin Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 7in. (18cm) £50-80

1457

Gentlemans leather cased travelling case, holding four glass bottles 5¼ x 4¼in. (13 x 10cm)

1458

Royal Yacht, double breasted jacket , with white stitched emblem and Gaunt buttons . interior uniform label , dated 1984 -85 , and associated uniform trousers . £50-80

1459

Edwardian white linen oval tablecloth with lace trim, lappet of bobbin lace, slipper case and other lace and linen £40-60

1460

Silk embroidered table cloths, meadow flowers and others including Deco design £30-50

1461

Edwardian Lincoln Bennett top hat, inside monogrammed RGS, 6.25” x 7.75”, In original case etc £40-60

This section of the sale will not commence before 1.55pm Friday 27th September 1449

1950’s silver ballerina brooch, 9ct gold identity tag, 1930’s paste clip and other costume jewellery £70-100

1450

Ermine evening jacket with silk lining, 19301950 £30-50

1451

Early 20th century tortoiseshell and ostrich feather fan by J Duvellerory London boxed and a small collection of beads £50-100

1452

Early 20th Century crocodile skin gentleman’s dressing case with fitted interior silver mounted faceted bottle, three ivory brushes, folding mirror, letter opener , with original canvas outer covering, 8 x 24 x 15in. (20 x 61 x 38cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1453

Silk top hat by Victor Jay - London, label for Cunningham Hatters £40-60 See Illustration. 1454

Two silk embroidered panels, one with mauve flowers on silk , another with crewel work £40-60 design early to mid 20th C

1452 1453

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1472

Mixed collection of costume jewellery 1950s and later £10-20

1473

Art Deco beadwork bags and two pairs of spats £30-50 See Illustration. 1474

Collection of costume jewellery including 1960’s and 1970’s brooches £50-100

PERSIAN RUGS This section of the sale will not commence before 2.10pm Friday 27th September 1475

Persian peach ground rug with multiple borders, the centre with concentric shaped £150-250 medallions 38 x 24in. (97 x 61cm) See Illustration. 1476 1465 1462

Two 1930’s suitcases , a crocodile case with moire taffeta lining ( 13 x 19.5 ) and a brown leather case with calf lining 14½ x 24in. (36 x 61cm) £150-250

1463

Victorian beaded bag and an Edwardian evening bag £50-80

1464

Regency oval silk panel, embroidered with £50-80 flowers 16 x 13in. (41 x 33cm)

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

1465

19th century sampler by Francis Hayman, aged ten, dated February 12th 1829 with embroidered stag and flowers 21 x 19in. (53 x 48cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1466

Collection of moonstone jewellery, gold set ring with heart shape stone, scorpion brooch, cross and earrings £70-100

1467

Amber pendant on heavy silver chain, another heart shape and bead earrings £50-80

1468

Gold brooch set with jade 1950’s Trifari necklace, other costume jewellery £80-120

1469

Crocodile travelling writing case, in deep brown, fitted interior with locking compartment and key, 1930’s retailers Zumpolle . 16½ x 25in. (41 x 64cm) £150-250

1470

Approximately forty five items of costume £30-50 jewellery brooches 1950s and later

1471

Mixed collection of costume jewellery comprising necklaces and earrings 1950s and later. £50-80

130

1475


1476 1477

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

1478

Afghan red ground rug, centre decorated with geometric design and multiple borders 78 x 42in. (198 x 107cm) £30-50

1479

Red ground Persian carpet, the centre decorated with concentric shaped medallions, profusely decorated with foliate forms, main blue ground border, 135” x 99” £100-150

1480

Persian red ground runner with multiple borders and numerous medallions 108 x 32in. (274 x 81cm) £100-150

1481

Small cream ground rug with red border centre decorated with styalised foliate forms 46 x 34in. (117 x 86cm) £50-80

1482

Modern Persian blue ground rug with multiple borders centre profusely decorated with foliate £100-200 forms 89 x 51in. (226 x 130cm)

1483

Red Afghan carpet 101in. (257cm)

1484

Persian pink ground part silk carpet main blue border, centre decorated with repeating foliate forms and animals 107 x 72in. (272 x 183cm) £50-80

1485

Red ground floral decorated carpet with multiple borders £100-200

1486

Persian cream ground carpet multiple borders centered with a star shaped medallion 144 x 100in. (366 x 254cm) £100-200

1487

Persian red ground runner main blue border the centre decorated with repeat foliate forms 120 x 32in. (305 x 81cm) £80-120

1488

Persian cream ground carpet, with multiple borders 132 x 94in. (335 x 239cm) £80-120

1489

Red ground Afghan carpet with multiple borders central panels with three rows of medallions, 114” x 88” £400-600

1490

Persian rug with multiple borders with three central medallions £250-350

1491

Persian blue ground rug with three borders and two central medallions 83 x 51in. (211 x 130cm) £100-200

1492

A cream ground Persian carpet with multiple borders and floral decoration, Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 109 x 140in. (277 x 356cm) £200-300

1493

Large Persian cream ground carpet with multiple borders with floral decoration Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 144 x 110in. (366 x 279cm) £200-300

£100-200

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1494 Persian red ground carpet with multiple borders, central panels with repeating floral motifs Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 173 x 122in. (439 x 310cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1503

Persian pink ground rug 33 x 19in. (84 x 48cm) £30-50

1504

Persian cream ground rug 76 x 50in. (193 x 127cm) £50-80

1505

Persian, Bachtiari rug polychrome design of flowers and beasts within squares . 326 x 208 cm £200-400

1506

Persian red ground carpet with multiple borders, decorated with repeating square medallions, decorated with flowers and animals 104 x 86in. (264 x 218cm) £300-500

1507

Persian red ground carpet, centre decorated with a foliate medallion 124 x 88in. (315 x 224cm) £80-120

1508

Persian blue ground runner with multiple borders centre flower medallions 177 x 35in. (450 x 89cm) £50-80

1509

Persian blue ground runner

1510

Persian red ground carpet with multiple borders, repeating motifs of vases and flowers Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 214 x 164in. (544 x 417cm)

1511

Red ground Turkoman rug with repeating medallions 84 x 64in. (213 x 163cm) £80-120

1494

£200-300

1495

Large Chinese carpet with floral decoration 141 x 105in. (358 x 267cm) £50-100

1512

1496

Persian red ground carpet with multiple borders, centre decorated with repeating geometric forms 104 x 128in. (264 x 325cm) £200-300

Persian red ground rug multiple borders with three central medallions and animal motifs, 68” x 48” £50-80

1513

A Persian red ground rug multiple borders centre decorated with geometric forms and £30-50 another 57 x 47in. (145 x 119cm)

Persian red ground rug with repeating borders of geometric patterns, the centre with multiple small medallions, 98” x 61” £80-120

1514

Persian red ground rug with central medallion and floral motif, 96” x 62” £100-200

1497

1498

Persian red ground rug decorated with repeating geometric forms 72 x 50in. (183 x 127cm) £40-60

1515

Persian brown ground rug with multiple borders three repeating medallions 76 x 50in. (193 x 127cm) £60-100

1499

Persian red ground rug decorated with foliate £40-60 forms 74 x 48in. (188 x 122cm)

1516

1500

Persian red ground rug, decorated with three £30-50 medallions 52 x 34in. (132 x 86cm)

Kelim Karakegeli rug, with a mainly red ground and geometric patterns, 78 x 59in. (198 x 150cm) £50-80

1517

1501

Afghan red carpet with multiple borders, repeating medallions 104 x 76in. (264 x 193cm) £200-300

Kelim rug, Cicim technique, with a yellow and red ground and geometric patterns, 66 x 41in. (168 x 104cm) £30-50

1518

1502

Persian red ground carpet with multiple borders, centre decorated with floral motifs 106in. (269cm) £200-300

Red ground, Yomut Turkoman Juval, 42” x 20”, and a Shasevan face bag £30-50

1519

Red ground Afghan rug 54 x 40in. (137 x 102cm) £30-50

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1520

Red ground Afghan rug with repeating £30-50 medallions 56 x 41in. (142 x 104cm)

1521

1522

1523

1524

1528

Afghan red ground rug with multiple borders and geometric design 58 x 40in. (147 x 102cm) £40-60

Set of three Chinese green ground rugs, decorated with foliate forms, each 84” x 46” £150-250

1529

Persian blue ground rug with multiple borders, the centre decorated with concentric medallions 45 x 28in. (114 x 71cm) £50-100

Persian red ground saddlebag, a pair of cushions made from Persian carpets and another similar £80-120

1530

Persian red ground prayer mat with main brown border, the centre decorated with repeating geometric forms 54 x 33in. (137 x 84cm) £80-120

1531

Persian red ground rug, multiple bordered, the centre with repeating geometric forms 49 x 32in. (124 x 81cm) £50-80

1532

Persian red ground Afghan rug 54 x 33in. (137 x 84cm) £60-100

Red ground Persian carpet with blue border profusely decorated with foliate forms 81 x 48in. (206 x 122cm) £50-80 Modern blue ground Persian rug multiple borders decorated with repeating geometric forms centre with sceptre medallion 81in. (206cm) £50-80

1525

Persian cream ground prayer rug with multiple £120-180 borders, 53 x 36in. (135 x 91cm)

1526

Persian red ground prayer mat with multiple borders, centre decorated with three lozenge shaped medallions, 49” x 36” £30-50

1527

Persian silk carpet, multiple borders, centred with a blue ground, decorated with flowers throughout 120 x 83in. (305 x 211cm) £1,000-2,000 See Illustration.

ANTIQUE FURNITURE This section of the sale will not commence before 2.45pm Friday 27th September 1533

19th century Sheraton revival satinwood and painted work table with two drawers, on square tapering legs 27 x 15 x 21in. (69 x 38 x 53cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1534

1527

19th century rosewood and parquetry inlaid four tier whatnot 53 x 23 x 12in. (135 x 58 x 30cm) £80-120

1533

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1535

19th century walnut, boxwood and ebony strung three division Canterbury, the upper tier with raised brass galleried back, with single drawer on turned supports 37 x 24 x 16in. (94 x 61 x 41cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1536

19th century mahogany and satinwood crossbanded Pembroke table with a single drawer and square tapering legs 28 x 31 x 21in. (71 x 79 x 53cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

1537

1535

1538 1537

19th century rosewood, satinwood and parquetry inlaid lamp table 28 x 33 x 33in. (71 x 84 x 84cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1538

19th century rosewood and boxwood strung lady’s writing desk by Collinson and Lock, London, the top with three drawers above a long drawer, with adjustable tooled leather writing surface, square tapering legs, with undertier 36 x 26 x 17in. (91 x 66 x 43cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 1539

1536

134

Early 19th century rosewood fire screen inset with a tapestry panel with figures and a horse 47 x 31in. (119 x 79cm) £250-350 See Illustration.


1540

19th century French rosewood display cabinet with marble top and gilt metal mounts 59 x 29 x 13in. (150 x 74 x 33cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1541

Walnut serpentine three tiered what-not, gallery top with floral decoration, on turned supports, above undertier and base with single drawer to turned feet with castors 44 x 22 x 15½in. (112 x 56 x 38cm) £200-300 See Illustration.

1539

1541

1540

1542

19th Century mahogany octagonal cellarette, on square tapering legs and castors 28 x 20 x 20in. (71 x 51 x 51cm) £150-250

1543

19th century mahogany tea table, with a single drawer on square tapering legs with castors 30 x 38 x 18½in. (76 x 97 x 46cm) £100-200

1544

Set of eight Mahogany Chippendale style dining £300-500 chairs, with drop in seats (6+2)

1545

Early 20th century mahogany and satinwood crossbanded lamp table, top with line inlay, above undertier and turned stretchered twin end supports 25 x 25 x 16in. (64 x 64 x 41cm) £100-200 135


1546

19th century mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers, on bracket feet 33 x 33 x 16½in. (84 x 84 x 41cm) £150-250

1547

George III style mahogany two pillar dining table, with additional leaf, on two column supports to four splayed legs, fully extended 103” 29 x 84 x 40in. (74 x 213 x 102cm) £200-300

1548

Early 20th century rosewood bowfronted sideboard with marquetry inlay, open centre with mirrored back, turned supports and shelf, flanked by two small drawers and cupboard door 38 x 57 x 17in. (97 x 145 x 43cm) £200-300

1549

Late Victorian mahogany extending dining table with gadrooned borders, on cabriole legs and with two leaves, on ball and claw feet 90 x 49in. (229 x 124cm) £200-300

1550

19th century rosewood foldover card table central column on four carved supports 29 x 36 x 18in. (74 x 91 x 46cm) £150-250

1551

19th century mahogany extending dining table, on turned tapering legs with five additional leaves, width 45”, extended 129” 29in. (74cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 1552

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) £40-60

1553

Late nineteenth/early twentieth century carved oak arm chair profusely carved throughout 47½in. (119cm) £200-300

1554

Nineteenth century Venetian engraved glass £150-250 oval mirror 34in. (86cm)

1551

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1556 1555

18th century oak bible box with carved floral decoration, single drawer on later base, 42 x 28 x 16in. (107 x 71 x 41cm) £100-200

1556

18th century oak dresser with plate rack, above five drawers, turned supports and undertier 80 x 66 x 17in. (203 x 168 x 43cm) £600-800 See Illustration. 1557

18th century oak side table single drawer, bobbin turned supports on stretchered base 29 x 36 x 23in. (74 x 91 x 58cm) £80-120

1558


1561

18th century oak dresser, later top above base with three drawers over central drawer and two faux drawers flanked by cupboard doors 83 x 61 x 19½in. (211 x 155 x 48cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 1562

Early 19th Century French serpentine painted gilt gesso and carved wood marble topped pier table on carved reeded tapering legs united by stretcher with vase shaped finial, 31 x 35 x 18in. (79 x 89 x 46cm) £1,000-2,000 See Illustration.

1559

1560

1561

1558

Regency mahogany and inlaid fold over card £300-500 table 30 x 18in. (76 x 46cm) See Illustration. 1559

Martin Dodge circular inlaid tilt top breakfast table, on four splayed legs, Diameter 54” £400-600 See Illustration. 1560

Modern walnut veneered dining suite, comprising table (31” x 71” x 38.5”), six dining chairs and sideboard (39” x 64” x 20.5”) and a side table £200-300 See Illustration. 1562

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1563

20th century French serpentine kingwood display cabinet with gilt metal mounts and painted front panel, 73 x 26 x 20in. (185 x 66 x 51cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1564

19th century mahogany foldover card table on four reeded legs 28 x 33 x 16in. (71 x 84 x 41cm) £200-300

1565

Robert Thompson Mouseman of Kilburn oak joint stool 15 x 16 x 10in. (38 x 41 x 25cm) £250-350 See Illustration. 1566

19th century mahogany two tier dumb waiter 35in. (89cm) £150-250

1567

19th century rosewood circular breakfast table on octagonal column, trefoil base and scrolled feet, diameter 50” 28in. (71cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1568

Nineteenth century gilt carved wood and gesso over mantle mirror 56 x 24in. (142 x 61cm) £500-800

19th century oak Welsh dresser with three tiered plate rack flanked by two cupboard doors, over three drawers on cabriole legs 81 x 81 x 20in. (206 x 206 x 51cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1569

1570

Nineteenth century Dutch marquetry floor standing corner cupboard profusely inlaid with flowers and foliage on bracket feet 79 x 32 x 20in. (201 x 81 x 51cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

1563

1565

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1571

19th century mahogany brass bound glazed fire £150-250 screen 43 x 26in. (109 x 66cm)

1572

Early twentieth century brass hanging oil lamp with opaque glass shade 26in. (66cm) £100-150

1567


1569 Set of six nineteenth century mahogany bar back dining chairs with drop in seats on sabre legs £300-500 See Illustration. 1573

1570

1574

Victorian rosewood mahogany jardiniere stand on tripod base, Diameter 14” 32in. (81cm) £60-100

1575

17th century style oak wainscot chair with carved panelled back £200-300

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1577

George III walnut and cross-banded bureau the fall flap enclosing central cupboard, flanked by drawers and pigeon holes, over four long graduated drawers on bracket feet 39 x 33 x 19in. (99 x 84 x 48cm) £300-500

1578

Reproduction mahogany Wellington chest, with nine graduated drawers on plinth base 63 x 23 x 16in. (160 x 58 x 41cm) £400-600

1579

Fruitwood Carved Cabinet made out of antique £50-100 parts 35 x 24in. (89 x 61cm)

1580

19th Century Dutch floral marquetry bombe shaped cabinet on chest interior with shelves and drawers with two large cupboard doors over three long graduated drawers, fully fitted iterior Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 99 x 57 x 21in. (251 x 145 x 53cm) £2,500-4,000 See Illustration.

1576

1580 1576

Early 18th century oak wainscot chair with carved panel back, turned supports on strechered base £300-500 See Illustration. 140

1581


1581

19th Century Dutch marquetry corner cabinet with two glazed doors above two cupboard doors, floral decorated throughout with brushing slide Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 100 x 45in. (254 x 114cm) £1,000-2,000 See Illustration. 1582

Late Regency rosewood breakfront credenza, gallery top above mirrored back over central cupboard door with column supports flanked by two cupboard doors with brass lattice on plinth base Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 50 x 54 x 16in. (127 x 137 x 41cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration. 1583

Victorian mahogany window seat on four turned leg supports Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 18 x 32 x 12in. (46 x 81 x 30cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

1584

1585 1582

1584

Late 19th Century/early 20th Century rosewood and marquetry inlaid satinwood drop flap square top table with brass inlay on turned legs with shaped stretchers Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 30in. (76cm) £250-400 See Illustration. 1585

1583

Pair of George III style mahogany wing back arm chairs on acanthus carved front legs, claw and ball feet Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 45in. (114cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

141


1588

Late Regency mahogany dining table telescopic action, the top with well figured mahogany timber and a moulded edge above a plain frieze, raised on turned tapering and reeded legs, headed by stylised carved flowerheads and terminating on casters with four leaves, three later and central leg, circa 1825, 140” fully extended Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 28 x 55in. (71 x 140cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.

1586

1588

1587 Continental mahogany circular table with a black marble top brass gallery rail, with two drawers and two slides on reeded leg supports, diameter 26” Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 28in. (71cm) £250-400 See Illustration. 1586

1587

Victorian gilt carved and gesso large over mantel mirror with reeds and rushes combined with a rope motif Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 55in. (140cm) £700-1,000 See Illustration. 1589 142


1590 (set of 12)

1592 1591

George III style mahogany bow front sideboard with central drawer and deep cupboards to either side brass lion mask handles, satinwood line inlaid on tapered spade feet, brass gallery rail back Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 36 x 66 x 26in. (91 x 168 x 66cm) £200-400 See Illustration. 1592

1591 1589

George III mahogany tallboy the top section with two short and four long graduated drawers above base with four long graduated drawers on bracket feet Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 73 x 45 x 20in. (185 x 114 x 51cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

Victorian rosewood folding card table with green beize top supported on a carved centre column, and four outswept scroll feet Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 30 x 36 x 18in. (76 x 91 x 46cm) £250-400 See Illustration. 1593

Regency flame mahogany circular centre table, 65” diameter Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 28in. (71cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.

1590

Set of twelve Victorian mahogany Chippendale style dining chairs with foliate carved backs on acanthus leaf carved front leg supports, claw and ball feet, slip in seats (10 singles and 2 carvers) Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale £1,000-1,500 See Illustration.

1593

143


1596

Sheraton revival satinwood card table with D shaped foldover top with crossbanding, beize lining, raised on square tapering supports, Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 29 x 36 x 17in. (74 x 91 x 43cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

1594

1595

1594 Late 19th Century/Early 20th Century Sheraton revival satinwood and marquetry serpentine front display cabinet with upper glazed section, central drawer with under-tier, on tapered leg supports, swan neck pediment Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 76 x 28 x 14in. (193 x 71 x 36cm) £500-800 See Illustration. 1595

Victorian walnut pier cabinet, circa 1870 brass ormolu mounts, marquetry decoration, on plinth base Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 49 x 26 x 12in. (124 x 66 x 30cm) £200-400 See Illustration.

144

1596


1598 1597

George III mahogany and crossbanded chest with two short over three long graduated drawers, on bracket feet, brass handles Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 39 x 37 x 19in. (99 x 94 x 48cm) £200-400

1598

Late 19th Century/early 20th Century satinwood seven drawer ladies dressing table with floral marquetry decoration, on tapered spade feet supports with swing dressing table mirror Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 21 x 54 x 21in. (53 x 137 x 53cm) £150-250 See Illustration.

1601 1599

Late 19th Century rosewood and upholstered armchair with floral marquetry decoration Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale £100-150 See Illustration. 1600

19th Century mahogany wardrobe with a pair of panelled cupboards doors on bracket feet, shaped apron below Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 85 x 50 x 22in. (216 x 127 x 56cm) £150-250

1601

George III mahogany tray top commode cupboard with two doors above two small and one deep drawer on straight legs Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 29 x 17 x 16in. (74 x 43 x 41cm) £200-400 See Illustration.

1599 145


1602 1602

Victorian partners mahogany desk with a green leather tooled top, on one side nine drawers, to the other side three top drawers over cupboards on plinth base Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 59 x 47in. (150 x 119cm) £1,000-1,500 See Illustration. 1603

Georgian style gentleman’s wing armchair upholstered in a plum coloured hide leather with brass studded border, cabriole legs on claw and ball feet Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale £700-900 See Illustration. 1604 1604

19th Century Continental walnut serpentine console table with scroll legs acanthus leaf carving, supported on hoof feet Removed from Ashwick Court, Ashwick, Oak Hill, near Bath for convenience of sale 32 x 30 x 19in. (81 x 76 x 48cm) £100-150 See Illustration. 1605

Victorian walnut wellington chest of seven graduated drawers, on plinth base 40 x 19 x 13in. (102 x 48 x 33cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1606

19th century rosewood and marquetry inlaid corner cabinet with three raised and mirrored tiers, on turned supports 81 x 25 x 17in. (206 x 64 x 43cm) £250-350 See Illustration.

146

1603


1608

1605

1610 1607

Early twentieth century mahogany and crossbanded music cabinet with mirrored galleried back over a cupboard, on plinth base 52 x 21 x 14in. (132 x 53 x 36cm) £100-200

1608

19th century French serpentine sofa on cabriole £200-300 legs 70in. (178cm) See Illustration. 1609

Pair of early 20th century gilt stools on reeded tapered legs united by stretchers 22 x 32 x 18in. (56 x 81 x 46cm) £100-200

1610

Eighteenth century Dutch marquetry inlaid walnut chest of two short over three long drawers to bun feet, serpentine top 32 x 35 x 23in. (81 x 89 x 58cm) £1,500-2,500 See Illustration.

1606 147


1615

Nineteenth century pine corner cabinet the top with two glazed doors and with two cupboard £300-500 doors 79 x 55in. (201 x 140cm)

1616

19th century mahogany and crossbanded pembroke table on tapering legs 28 x 44 x 40in. (71 x 112 x 102cm) £150-250

1617

18th century style carved marble topped serpentine shaped coffee table 20 x 41 x 24in. (51 x 104 x 61cm) £150-250

1618

Victorian walnut marquetry and carved inlaid £100-150 side table 25in. (64cm)

1619

Victorian mahogany stool with padded seat on carved cabriole legs 19 x 19 x 19in. (48 x 48 x 48cm) £100-150

1620

A Coalbrokedale style metal hall stand 59in. (150cm) £100-150

1621

Pair of 19th century oak hall chairs on turned legs £100-150

1611

1622

George III style mahogany wingback chair £200-400 See Illustration. 1623

George III style twin pedestal mahogany dining table with two extra leaves Width extended 120” £600-1,000 See Illustration.

1622 19th century mahogany sofa table with two drawers on twin end supports united by a stretcher 29 x 21 x 38in. (74 x 53 x 97cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1611

1612

19th century gilt framed armchair on cabriole £200-300 legs 32in. (81cm)

1613

19th century French giltwood marble topped stand reeded legs united by under tier 28in. (71cm) £100-200

1614

19th century French giltwood marble topped stand on splayed legs united by under tier 32in. (81cm) £100-200

1623

1625 148


19th century mahogany framed armchair and a matching single chair £250-350 See Illustration. 1629

1630

19th century mahogany library table with three drawers on twin end lyre shaped supports which stretcher 31 x 47 x 21in. (79 x 119 x 53cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1631

Pair of early 20th century gilt framed armchairs £400-600 See Illustration.

1626 1624

19th century walnut round table with inlaid top on carved tripod base Diameter 21” 26in. (66cm) £100-200

Set of eight 19th century mahogany chairs stamped ‘Gillows’ with padded back seat on turned legs united by stretchers £800-1,200 See Illustration. 1625

1626

Early twentieth century rocking horse 44in. (112cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1627

Nineteenth century mahogany side table with two drawers and square tapering legs 34in. (86cm) £200-300

1628

Nineteenth century mahogany bedroom mirror base inset with painted glass panel 32in. (81cm) £100-200

1630

1631

1629

149


1634

18th century oak coffer of small proportion 17 x 28 x 12in. (43 x 71 x 30cm) £100-200

1635

Eighteenth century oak Bible box with carved frieze 11 x 24 x 15in. (28 x 61 x 38cm) £100-200

1636

Seventeenth/Eighteenth century oak coffer carved with S scrolls and “1685” 17 x 29 x 11in. (43 x 74 x 28cm) £200-300

1637

Late nineteenth century parquetry inlaid rectangular table on column support with four legs 29 x 32 x 22in. (74 x 81 x 56cm) £200-300

1638

Nineteenth century ash and elm Windsor chair £100-200

1632 19th century Pine corner cabinet with glazed doors 79in. (201cm) £200-300 See Illustration. 1632

1633

Nineteenth century mahogany extending dining table with two extra leaves on turned tapering legs extended 94 inches 54in. (137cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

1639

1633

150

1640


1639

19th century walnut and marquetry inlaid pier cabinet with gilt metal mounts, galleried back rail 42 x 32 x 12in. (107 x 81 x 30cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1640

18th century oak dresser with plate rack and two cupboard doors above base with three drawers on square supports 75 x 77 x 18½in. (191 x 196 x 46cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1641

Nineteenth century pollard oak oval table on column support and splayed feet 24 x 28 x 22in. (61 x 71 x 56cm) £100-200

1642

Nineteenth century mahogany bow fronted chest of two short over two long drawers on bracket feet Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 34 x 42in. (86 x 107cm) £100-200

1643

Early twentieth century mahogany and parquetry inlaid cabinet on square legs Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 44 x 23in. (112 x 58cm) £60-100

1646 Pair of Edwardian mahogany and inlaid urns on pedestal cupboards the doors with oval satinwood inlaid panels above dummy drawers Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 67 x 17½in. (170 x 43cm) £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1644

1645

Eighteenth/ Nineteenth century mahogany corner chair with padded drop in seat on square legs Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 32in. (81cm) £100-200

Nineteenth century mahogany work table with a single drawer above a double drawer on turned tapered legs Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 29in. (74cm) £150-250 See Illustration. 1646

1647

1648

Nineteenth century mahogany Chest of drawers three small over three long drawers on turned feet Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 38 x 42½in. (97 x 107cm) £200-300 Nineteenth century Mahogany bow fronted chest two short over two long drawers on splayed legs Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 34 x 40½in. (86 x 102cm) £100-200

1644

151


1649

Nineteenth century Mahogany bow fronted chest three long drawers Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 36 x 34in. (91 x 86cm) £80-120

1650

Early twentieth century mahogany standing corner cabinet with glazed door Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 69½in. (175cm) £100-200

1651

Nineteenth century mahogany glazed corner cabinet (marriage) Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £50-80

1652

Eighteenth century oak gate leg table Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 30 x 43in. (76 x 109cm) £100-200

1653

Nineteenth century mahogany Trafalgar pattern Glazed hanging corner cabinet with three drawers to base Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 39in. (99cm) £200-300

1658 Nineteenth century mahogany rosewood crossbanded ebony and boxwood strong urn shaped knife box Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 25in. (64cm) £300-500 See Illustration. 1654

1655

1656

1657

1658

19th Century mahogany desk chair, serpentine fronted on turned legs Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £100-200 Early 20th century mahogany and marquetry inlaid Serpentine two tiered table, undertier decorated with playings cards on cabriole legs Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 28½ x 18 x 18in. (71 x 46 x 46cm) £150-250 Nineteenth century mahogany washstand with hinged top to reveal mirror and various compartments above drawer with writing slope abover six other drawers Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 38 x 28 x 20in. (97 x 71 x 51cm) £200-300

Nineteenth century mahogany kneehole desk twin pedestals each with four satinwood veneered drawers Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 29 x 49 x 22in. (74 x 124 x 56cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

1654 152


1659

Nineteenth century mahogany sideboard with a single drawer flanked by cupboard door and a deep drawer on square tapered legs Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 36 x 58 x 28in. (91 x 147 x 71cm) £200-300

1663

Early nineteenth century gilt carved wood and gesso round convex wall mirror with twin gilt metal candle holders Diameter 31” Acquired from Riddetts Auctions Bournemouth Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £400-600 See Illustration.

1660

Nineteenth century mahogany and satinwood crossbanded display cabinet Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 71 x 53 x 19in. (180 x 135 x 48cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

1664

19th century draughtsman’s mahogany desk, with three drawers on twin end supports and bun feet PROVENANCE: Was used by the artist Da Wint when producing two portraits of ‘The Children’ 30 x 32 x 22in. (76 x 81 x 56cm) £400-600 See Illustration.

1663

1660 1661

1662

Set of five 19th century mahogany hoop backed back dining chairs, with pierced and carved splats drop in seats to square legs Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years £250-400 19th century mahogany washstand, the top enclosing adjustable mirror, pigeon holes and drawers, above writing slope drawer, drawer with wash bowl fitting, deep drawer, a long drawer and three smaller drawers on square tapering legs to castors Executor sale; From the collection of a Bournemouth connoisseur collected by him and his father over the last 50 years 37 x 28 x 20in. (94 x 71 x 51cm) £200-300

1664

153


1667

George III oak chest of two short over three long graduated drawers on bracket base 36 x 37 x 20in. (91 x 94 x 51cm) £300-500

1668

18th century oak table with single drawer, on turned supports and stretchered base 25 x 31 x 20in. (64 x 79 x 51cm) £100-200

1669

George III mahogany bureau bookcase (marriage) with astragal glazed doors over two short and three long drawers on bracket base 84 x 39 x 22in. (213 x 99 x 56cm) £400-600

1670

George III mahogany bureau with four long drawers on bracket base 40 x 38 x 21in. (102 x 97 x 53cm) £250-350

1671

19th century mahogany tallboy, with three short over six long drawers 74 x 43 x 23in. (188 x 109 x 58cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1672

19th century mahogany demi lune card table on square legs 29 x 17 x 26in. (74 x 43 x 66cm) £150-250

Pair of 19th century mahogany and leather upholstered double back settees in the Chippendale manner £2,000-3,000 See Illustration.

1673

1665

1666 19th century ladies rosewood and satinwood crossbanded writing desk, raised back, central cupboard flanked by four drawers on each side, over a single drawer on square tapering supports 45 x 24 x 18in. (114 x 61 x 46cm) £250-350 See Illustration. 1665

1666

19th century mahogany crossbanded partners desk, top with two slides, on pedestals with seven drawer and two cupboards enclosed by doors on the reverse 30 x 60 x 36in. (76 x 152 x 91cm) £500-800 See Illustration.

154

1671


1673 1674

Pair of 19th century oak carved buffets in architectural form, each 51 x 61 x 30in. (130 x 155 x 76cm) £300-500

1682

Eighteenth century oak coffer with later carving 24 x 39½ x 17in. (61 x 99 x 43cm) £100-200

1675

Early twentieth century walnut bookcase cabinet top with three glazed doors and gilt metal mounts (marriage) with a base with open sections and three cupboard doors carved with flowers on turned feet 87 x 66 x 20in. (221 x 168 x 51cm) £200-300

George III style mahogany three pillar dining table on splayed legs and castors, fully extended 148” x 40” £800-1,200 See Illustration.

1676

Pair of 19th century century oak chairs on square supports and turned stretchers £80-120

1677

Nineteenth century style gilt carved wood wall £100-200 mirror 48in. (122cm)

1678

19th century mahogany Chippendale style arm chair carved top and rail and splat with padded seat on square legs £100-200

1679

John Broadwood & Sons mahogany cased upright piano, with non-matching stool 46 x 57 x 22in. (117 x 145 x 56cm) £300-500

1680

19th century mahogany framed tapestry screen inset with a machine made tapestry panel depicting a religious scene 40 x 30in. (102 x 76cm) £60-80

1681

19th century walnut and marquetry inlaid pier cabinet, with gilt metal mounts 43 x 36 x 13in. (109 x 91 x 33cm) £300-500

1683

1683

155


1688 1684

19th century Yew and Elm Windsor chair, £80-120

1685

Eighteenth century oak gate leg table, stretchered base, extended 61.5” 28 x 48 x 21in. (71 x 122 x 53cm) £300-500

1686

Victorian rosewood spoon back chair, on carved cabriole legs £70-100

1687

Nineteenth century mahogany linen press, two cupboard doors lacking interior over base with two short over two long graduated drawers to bracket base 74½ x 49 x 25in. (188 x 124 x 64cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

1690

156

George III style mahogany and satinwood crossbanded sofa table, two drawers and two faux drawers to reverse on twin end supports united by stretcher with splayed legs 30 x 41 x 25in. (76 x 104 x 64cm) £100-200

1692

Late nineteenth/early twentieth mahogany bookcase cabinet, the top with two astragal glazed doors above two cupboard doors on bracket base 81 x 43 x 17½in. (206 x 109 x 43cm) £200-300

1693

Set of four mahogany dining chairs, with shaped splat backs £100-200

1694

Eighteenth century style Oak Wainscot chair, with turned supports on stretchered base £100-200

1695

Nineteenth century mahogany wash-stand, square top above undertier with single drawer on quatrefoil shaped stretchered support 31 x 14 x 14in. (79 x 36 x 36cm) £40-60

1696

George III Mahogany tray top commode, (converted) above two cupboard doors and drawer 30 x 22 x 19in. (76 x 56 x 48cm) £100-200

1697

Nineteenth century Mahogany bookcase cabinet, the top with two astragal glazed doors above base with two cupboard doors 78 x 41 x 11in. (198 x 104 x 28cm) £100-200

1698

Edwardian mahogany and satinwood crossbanded dressing table, top with styalised inlay, central drawer flanked by cupboard door and deep drawer on square tapering legs 32 x 45 x 21in. (81 x 114 x 53cm) £100-200

1699

Nineteenth century Mahogany bedroom swing mirror, serpentine base with three drawers on bracket base 26 x 18½ x 8½in. (66 x 46 x 20cm) £80-120

1700

Nineteenth century Mahogany linen press, two cupboard doors (lacking interior) over base with two short over two long graduated drawers 79 x 49 x 24in. (201 x 124 x 61cm) £400-600

1701

George III Mahogany bowfronted chest of four long graduated drawers, with brushing slide on bracket base 33 x 35½ x 23in. (84 x 89 x 58cm) £400-600

1702

Edwardian child’s corner chair with ivory inlay £50-80 and curved seat 24in. (61cm)

1703

George III mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers, with pine side panels, on bracket base 34 x 31½ x 17in. (86 x 79 x 43cm) £100-200

Nineteenth century mahogany dining table, on turned supports, extended 70” 29 x 52 x 45in. (74 x 132 x 114cm) £200-300

1688

1689

1691

Nineteenth century mahogany bookcase, two astragal glazed doors above base with two cupboard doors 77½ x 39½ x 14in. (196 x 99 x 36cm) £150-250 Early twentieth century Mahogany leather topped desk, central drawer flanked by three graduated drawers on both sides 30 x 51 x 26½in. (76 x 130 x 66cm) £150-250


Oak cupboard made from 18th century and later parts with two cupboard doors on base with three short drawers over two long drawers to bracket base 57 x 55 x 19in. (145 x 140 x 48cm) £100-200

1708

19th century gentlemans mahogany wash stand top enclosing dressing table mirror and eight drawers/pigeon hole compartments, with single drawer above undertier to square tapering legs on spade feet 30½ x 27 x 19in. (76 x 69 x 48cm) £200-300

1709

19th century Mahogany bureau bookcase, top with two doors on base with fall flap revealing pigeon holes and drawers, over two short and three long graduated drawers to bracket base 85 x 45 x 23in. (216 x 114 x 58cm) £300-500

1710

Early 20th century satinwood display cabinet, by Maple and Co with two central glazed doors over single drawer to two open sections, flanked by two bowfront glazed doors above two cupboard doors to open section, with Maple & Co. makers label 68 x 66 x 16in. (173 x 168 x 41cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

1710 1704

1707

Early 20th century walnut dining room suite with shell decoration, comprising table (30” x 56” x 42”), set of six cane back chairs, side table (33.5” x 26” x 16”), a mirror (31” x 36”), a display cabinet (45.5” x 55” x 15”) and a serpentine sideboard (40” x 60” x 23”) £400-600

1705

Walnut parquetry inlaid escritoire, with gilt metal mounts, fall flap above two cupboard doors on turned feet (lacking keys) 60 x 41 x 19½in. (152 x 104 x 48cm) £150-250

1706

19th century mahogany kneehole desk, with nine drawer configuration and a cupboard in the kneehole 32 x 52 x 21in. (81 x 132 x 53cm) £200-300

1711

George III mahogany triangular folding tea table 28 x 39 x 20in. (71 x 99 x 51cm) £150-250

1712

19th century mahogany four drawer chest 34 x 33 x 18in. (86 x 84 x 46cm) £150-250

1713

18th century oak dresser base with three drawers on cabriole base 33 x 74 x 20in. (84 x 188 x 51cm) £300-500 See Illustration.

1713

157


1714

19th century mahogany and satinwood cross banded bow fronted chest of three drawers 34 x 40 x 22in. (86 x 102 x 56cm) £200-300

1715

19th century style mahogany corner cupboard with four panelled doors 49 x 48 x 20in. (124 x 122 x 51cm) £100-200

1716

19th century gilt framed over mantel mirror decorated with vine leaves 36 x 58in. (91 x 147cm) £200-300

1717

19th century style mahogany fall front bureau 36 x 20 x 18in. (91 x 51 x 46cm) £100-200

1718

19th century bedroom mirror, the base with £40-60 three drawers 22in. (56cm)

1719

19th century mahogany side table, single drawer on cabriole legs 28 x 31 x 19in. (71 x 79 x 48cm) £100-200

1720

19th century mahogany bedroom mirror on serpentine base with three drawers 21in. (53cm) £40-60

1725 1721

19th century oak low boy, three drawers on cabriole legs 30 x 30 x 20in. (76 x 76 x 51cm) £100-200

1722

Nineteenth century rosewood three tier marquetry inlaid etagere 31 x 12 x 16in. (79 x 30 x 41cm) £180-220

1723

19th Century Walnut Hall Chair with padded back and seat on cabriole legs £50-80

1724

19th century Mahogany secretaire bookcase, with two bevelled glass doors on base with secretaire drawer above two cupboard doors 90 x 49 x 23in. (229 x 124 x 58cm) £400-600 See Illustration. 1725

19th century gilt carved wood and gesso over mantle mirror finial in the form of a quiver of arrows and burning torch 80 x 56in. (203 x 142cm) £1,000-2,000 See Illustration. 1726

19th century rosewood music stand on tripod £50-80 leg supports 48in. (122cm)

1727

19th century mahogany serpentine sideboard, the top with three drawers above four cupboard doors, on plinth base 36½ x 66 x 21in. (91 x 168 x 53cm) £200-300

1724

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CHRIS EWBANK IS ELECTED TO BOARD OF THE SOCIETY OF FINE ART AUCTIONEERS Chris Ewbank, principal of the leading Surrey fine art and antiques auction house that bears his name, has been elected to the Board of The Society of Fine Art Auctioneers (SOFAA), the only professional body representing fine art auctioneers and valuers in the UK exclusively. “SOFAA exists to promote and encourage the highest standards of probity and ethics within the profession, supporting the principles of service and transparency,” Mr Ewbank said. “I have been a member since 1982 and to now be elected by my peers to serve on the Board is a great honour.”

SOFAA was formed in 1973 to provide a professional body for specialist firms throughout the country, membership now including a significant number of the country’s leading auctioneers. It aims to provide guidance to its members to ensure the highest possible standards of practice and reassurance to clients that their best interests will be served when dealing with firms registered with SOFAA. Chris Ewbank has long been active in the leadership of the profession. He has been a member of the Fine Arts Advisory Panel of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and is past Chairman of its Art and Antiques Professional Group. He was also an elected member of its International Governing Council, the highest RICS decision-making body, and was recently presented with a certificate by Alan Colleett,

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retiring President of the RICS, to mark his service. The citation reads: “Governing Council expresses and hereby records its sincere thanks to Christopher Ewbank for the insight, dedication and wise counsel which he displayed during the membership of RICS Governing Council (2005-2013)”. Additionally, in recent years he has served on the Executive Committee of the British Art Market Federation and was one of the first to join the City of London Company of Arts Scholars. “A combination of tougher retail trading conditions and the relative ease with which it is possible to set up auctions using new technology and the Internet has resulted in a wave of businesses with absolutely no credentials whatsoever setting up purporting to be professional, experienced auctioneers,” Chris Ewbank said. “In fact, they are often little more than fronts for retailers looking to offload trade goods to private buyers at inflated prices with little or no regard to ethics or transparency. I cannot stress too strongly that when buying or selling antiques and collectables or requesting valuations of your or a relative’s possessions, the need to deal with firms who are members of SOFAA or whose staff are Chartered Arts and Antiques Surveyors.” Mr Ewbank started his auction career in 1965 when he joined the staff of Davis, Champion and Payne in Stroud, Gloucester. In 1972, he moved to Newbury, Berkshire, to work for the UK’s then top regional auctioneers, Dreweatt, Watson and Barton and came to Guildford to run the Cubitt & West auction rooms in Millmead in 1982. He started his own auction business in 1990, holding sales at the Hogs Back Hotel in Farnham, before acquiring the Burnt Common auction rooms, adjacent to the A3 at Send, in 1994. Chris is also the founder and Chairman of the Association of Accredited Auctioneers (Triple-A), a collective of more than 20 of the most prominent regional auctioneers in the UK, who have joined forces to market their services in selling Western art and antiques globally and to facilitate sales to Chinese mainland buyers.


Triple-A made art market history in April by helping to mount the pioneering first ever auction by UK auctioneers in a Chinese free port. Mr Ewbank conceived the idea of promoting UK auctions in China following a visit there last year. Talks are now on-going with Chinese on-line and live auctioneers to stage a second sale, probably in Beijing, in 2014.

new department – Auctions in China, headed by Mr Ewbank – to deal with enquiries and to accept consignments from local clients. Registering interest in this second China auction can be done on the Ewbank website: www. ewbankauctions.co.uk, or by telephoning the saleroom on 01483 223 101.

Sellers will be able to enter fine art and antiques for sale in a number of specialist categories with any of the 21 members of Triple-A who are located around the UK and Ewbank’s have established a

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EWBANK’S SUMMER ANTIQUES AND FINE ART AUCTION

The same buyer also paid £5,800 for a diamond set folded ribbon brooch, the principle stone of approximately 2.6cts surrounded by a number of smaller round cut and pavé set diamonds and £3,400 against an estimate of £1,000-2,000 for an antique diamond cluster brooch containing mixed Victorian cut diamonds set in an ornate classical style, the centre diamond weighing approximately 1.25cts.

With a sale catalogue cover photograph sporting six elegant pieces of jewellery, there was no mistaking what was best in the important Summer sale at Surrey’s premier fine art and antiques auctioneers Ewbank’s. The six pieces sold for a total of £23,200, underlining the demand for fine privately-owned jewellery in a market in which demand currently outstrips supply. Leading the pack – and the three-day sale of fine art – was a charming bracelet decorated with squarecut sapphires and small brilliant-cut diamonds, all set in a graduated geometric linear formation of decorated links, probably in platinum. The bracelet had a substantial gross weight of 31.8 grams and, as a mark of its quality, was sold in its blue gold tooled leather case from the top people’s Oxford Street shop of Mappin and Webb. It came from a Surrey home and sold to a Tyneside jeweller from for £9,200, three times its presale guide price.

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A 1960s 18ct gold bracelet weighing 79 grams sold on mid-estimate for £1,400 and a diamond ring set with a centre baguette cut diamond of 0.40cts flanked by two pear shape diamonds all claw set in hallmarked platinum sold for a double estimate £1,200. Vintage and veteran wristwatches for both him and her continue to attract eager buyers and prices above presale guides. Three of note in the sale were no exception, the most valuable being a 1960s or 70s gentleman’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual gold watch in its original case, which sold to a London buyer for £2,900. A Hatton Garden jeweller was the victor among a number of buyers for an early 20th century French geometric liner style diamond bracelet set in platinum with lozenge motifs within onyx panels still in its gold tooled leather case, paying £3,800 against an estimate of £1,500-2,500, while the Tyneside jeweller came back with the same bid for a sapphire and diamond double clip brooch and earrings in platinum Art Deco sculptural mounts and £2,900 for a 2ct solitaire diamond ring set with a round brilliant cut diamond claw set in a heavy textured gold mount.

Close behind at £2,300 was a rare 1960’s Omega Speedmaster Professional watch and not to be outdone, a lady’s Art Deco diamond cocktail watch and bow and bar diamond bracelet set in white gold, the rectangular silvered face set with single cut diamond surround, flanked by two large diamonds, sold again above estimate for £2,000. It too was purchased by the Tyneside jeweller.

A solitaire diamond ring, the 2ct round brilliant cut stone claw set in a heavy textured gold mount, sold for £2,900, just ahead of a geometric diamond ring, the wide band set with baguette and round cut diamonds all in a double shank white gold, which sold for £2,800 against an estimate of £600-800. A Sussex buyer was the new owner of a small group of jewellery comprising a two yellow metal and turquoise stone bracelets, a seed pearl necklace and a dress ring which overturned its presale estimate to sell for £2,400, the same money being paid for an 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.

Said auctioneer Chris Ewbank: “With the continued high demand for gold and precious stones, there is no better time to sell the jewellery you no longer wear rather than keep it, often under-insured, in a safe.” Silver has been prized throughout history, but when crooks realised they could cash in by clipping the edges of coins and melting the off cuts into bullion, even though it was punishable by death, the Treasury was forced to act. Britannia standard silver, which was 95.84 per cent pure, was introduced by Act of Parliament in 1697 to replace sterling silver (92.5 per cent pure) in the belief there would be less incentive to send newlyissued sterling coins to the melting pot.

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However, when some buyers expressed doubts about its authenticity, the piece was withdrawn immediately so that further research could be carried out. Convinced it was entirely genuine, auctioneer Chris Ewbank sent the cup to be examined by specialists at Goldsmith’s Hall. It was returned with a letter from the Antique Plate Committee of the Goldsmiths’ Company confirming it was hallmarked in accordance with the 1973 Act and, therefore, quite able to be sold as authentic. Weighing 14.5 ounces, it sold to a London dealer for £800 By London silversmith David Willaume II, the cup was assayed in London in 1735. Willaume’s father, also named David, was one of the most outstanding Huguenot goldsmiths who fled France following the revocation of the Edict of Nantes to settle in London by 1687. His son registered his mark at Goldsmiths’ Hall in 1728.

The lion hallmark denoting sterling was replaced with the widely recognised figure of Britannia, but being more pure, Britannia silver was more expensive, softer and less robust than before. Sterling silver was reintroduced in 1720. Surviving Britannia silver pieces are consequently scarce and collected in their own right, which explains why a Queen Anne teapot emerged as the top lot in the silver section of Surrey fine art auctioneers Ewbank’s summer sale. It sold for £3,100 and is now on its way to Australia, having been snapped up by a collector living in Melbourne. By an unknown maker but assayed (tested for quality) in London in 1710, the teapot was a christening gift from a member of the renowned Comyns family of silversmiths in 1921, since when it has remained a treasured possession in the recipient’s family. William Comyns founded his business in London in 1856 and was highly successful, producing items for retailers Tiffany & Co in New York, among others. He also supplied silver items to the Royal Family. He died in 1916, leaving the business to his two sons, Charles and Richard. More intrigue was provided by a rare and unusual silver gilt twin-handled spout cup and cover which had been consigned to a Ewbank’s sale earlier this year.

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Novelty silver performed exceptionally well in the sale, regardless of its age. A Hong Kong buyer bagged one of the most valuable lots: a pair of modern models of cock and hen pheasants by C. J. Vander Ltd (London 1957, 54ozs) which sold for £2,700 against an estimate of £800-1,200, while a contemporary pair of finely modelled Pintail ducks and their pair of ducklings, each with onyx eyes, designed by the Welsh silversmith Val Bennett, retailed by Hancocks Jewellers, sold to a Powys collelctor for £850. A Victorian “castle top” card case, decorated with a view of York Minster in a panel in high relief, by Birmingham silversmith William Dudley, assayed in 1849, sold to a local private buyer for an above top estimate £900 and an amusing if somewhat macabre Victorian novelty drinking mug assayed in 1865 caught the imagination of a London buyer who paid £550 against an estimate of £200-300 to make it his.


Engraved “From Captain Williams Bulkeley on his leaving the Reg , May 1865 , to the thirsty souls he leaves behind “the mug had a glass base which was etched with an effigy of a hanged man and the words “The Last Drop”. Research revealed that Williams Bulkeley (1835-1887) was Captain of the 62nd (Wiltshire) Regiment of Foot. Silver of a more serious nature included a four-piece tea and coffee service with matching coffee pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, dating from the William IV and Queen Victoria period, which sold for an above estimate £1,600. All assayed in London with a total weight of 67ozs, three of the four pieces were by the Barnard family of silversmiths, the coffee pot made later and marked “WH” with hallmarks for 1840, the sugar bowl 1835, the teapot 1836 and the milk jug 1837. The same money was paid for an extensive George V canteen of cutlery for 12 in the Dubarry pattern by Harrison Brothers & Howson, (Sheffield, 19191929, 148oz), while a George V silver two-handled octagonal shaped tray with ivory mounted handles by Sheffield silversmiths Frank Cobb & Co. Ltd., sold to a London dealer for £1,900 against an estimate of £800-1,000. The tray was assayed in 1934 and weighed 72ozs. It had a retailer’s mark for Manoah Rhodes & Sons, Bradford. A pretty 19th century silver pierced twin-handled basket with floral swag and lattice decoration, (London 1951, 30oz) is also heading East having been purchased by the Hong Kong purchaser of the model pheasants for £900 against an estimate of £400-600.

When a saleroom sells as much Asian art as premier Surrey fine art auctioneers Ewbank’s, spotting buying patterns and growing areas of demand becomes second nature. Following their recent important three-day Summer sale, the saleroom’s textile specialist Andrea Machen believes that the latest trend among collectors – particularly buyers in Far Eastern countries, or those living abroad – is for woven Chinese silk and other Oriental textiles, with fineness being the defining factor. “Several of our past sales have produced startling prices for woven silk textiles, notably those particularly fine almost three-dimensional examples which appear as features in Chinese carved hardwood screens,” Andrea Machen said. “They exhibit such incredible embroidery skills on the part of the maker and since each one is handmade, no two are alike. We in the West are perhaps guilty of overlooking their quality, but their beauty is not lost on connoisseur collectors who are driving demand and causing us to reconsider our guide prices.”

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A case in point in this latest sale was an early 20th century screen in a somewhat damaged stand, but containing a fine embroidery of exotic birds amongst foliage. It came from a Horsham home and was estimated at £350-500, but it sold to a Chinese buyer living in Middlesex for £3,800. Another was smaller and featuring a similar embroidery, intended to stand on a table, the stand this time more elaborate and in perfect condition. From a Surrey home, it was estimated at £1,0001,500 but sold to a Chinese American buyer living in Washington State for £2,800. More exotic birds, including a proudly strutting peacock, in an unframed embroidered panel intended to hang on the wall, came from another Surrey private vendor. It sold to a second Chinese buyer from Middlesex for £2,000 against an estimate of £1,000-1,200. Topping the entire Oriental section of the three-day sale, however, was a stunning Chinese silk robe dating from the first quarter of the 20th century, worked extensively in hand-stitched silk embroidery depicting mythical dragons chasing flaming pearls, storks and bats, which are all symbols of good luck. It was sold with two matching skirts and was purchased by a Chinese American collector living in Texas. It sold for £4,200, a multiple of its presale estimate, a sign of the bouyant market for Chinese textiles but also of Ewbank’s ability to reach a world market. Andrea Machen of Ewbanks says there are still more Chinese silks to be found “I retrieved one from a dressing up chest that hadn’t been opened for forty years and I have seen them in amateur theatre wardrobes, one of those in our last sale was bought in by two elderly sisters, it had belonged to a great aunt who was in the region early in the 20th Century. Immaculate condition and extensive embroidery meant it was highly sought after”. It is thought that silk was discovered in China in the 27th Century BC. In the writings of Confucius, the Empress Leizu was said to be the first to instigate silk production. Legend has it that a worm fell into her tea and taking it out she noticed a long line of thread, she instructed courtiers to weave the thread and soon the  first silk farms were created. Leizu has since been known as the goddess of silk. For over a thousand years the secrets of silk production were closely guarded, originally only the Emperor and the Imperial family were allowed to wear silk.

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Prices remain strong across all areas of Oriental antiques and works ofthart. It was predicted prior to the sale that a late 18 or early 19th century blue and white baluster vase and cover could fetch more than its £1,000-2,000 guide price and it did, selling to a buyer from Cixi, China for £3,000. The 30-inch tall vase was decorated with an intricate continuous pattern of lotus leaves and flowers – the symbol of ultimate purity and perfection – between bands top and bottom of gadrooned borders. A buyer from Bangkok was the victor in a bidding tussle for ownership of a Chinese blue and white porcelain bowl and cover dating from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) decorated with figures of immortals in a garden setting. Four marks in underglaze blue on the underside of the bowl indicated it was from the Jin Tang Fu Ji factory, referring either to its eventual destination, or to carry a message of commendation or good wishes to the owner. It sold for £1,300 against an estimate of £300-400, while another Thai buyer paid £800 for a Chinese famille verte bowl of seven inches in diameter, again a multiple of its presale estimate. Chinese 19th century hardwood furniture was also wanted, this time by UK trade buyers. A circular tilttop table with mother of pearl inlaid decoration on a tripod base carved with the figure of a dragon, the top depicting a central Shou symbol surrounded by eight auspicious sealmarks amidst dragons, phoenix, insects, flora and fauna, sold for £900, while a rosewood cabinet on stand carved profusely with figures and dragons sold for £800. Biggest surprise of the sale, however was the £2,000 paid by a Chinese American buyer living in New Jersey for a pair of 19th century green hardstone libation bowls, a multiple of the estimate.


Among Japanese works of art, a 19th century ivory netsuke (button-like toggle) sold to a UK dealer for an above estimate £850. Known as a Manju netsuke, after the thick, flat rice cake of the same name, it was signed “Ikko” and depicted three travellers in a bowlshaped ferryboat on rough water whilst a mythical figure watches their progress.

Top of the shop was a charming, late Regency gilt bronze cylinder mantle clock by Grimalde & Johnson, Strand, London standing on a polished black slate plinth, the front of which was decorated with a gilt bronze mount in the form of a garland of fruit. The clock stood just 8.5 inches tall and had an eight-day single train fusee movement – that is without a train to strike the hour. The clock came from a private Surrey home and such is the demand for high quality London-made clocks, it sold for £1,700, the London dealer ignoring its conservative presale guide price.  

The oldest carved stone work of art in the sale was an Indian statue of Shiva which the owner took to the Victoria and Albert Museum to be authenticated sometime after he acquired it in 1957. It was dated there as probably 16th century. It was purchased in the Ewbank’s auction by an Australian collector from New South Wales for £700.

The market for antique clocks is also far from marking time, judging by the results of a the summer Fine sale at Surrey’s leading fine art auctioneers Ewbank’s. Collectors and dealers descended on a smaller than usual offering in a recent sale and with demand far outstripping supply, prices spiralled.

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Also sold in the June auction was a 19th century rosewood and brass inlaid bracket clock with double fusee movement – this one marked the hours by striking on a bell – by another London maker: Reeves of Cornhill. Appropriately from a London home, it sold to a South coast dealer for £700. The successes set a trend for the day with most, if not all the clocks and watches selling on or above estimates.   Nearest contender to the top lot was an early 18th century walnut eight-day longcase clock by Jon Wychas of Westminster, which sold to a Kent dealer for £960. The clock’s brass dial had a subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the movement marking the hours by striking on a bell.   Close behind was a French carriage clock with a painted dial, the brass case decorated with Sèvres style porcelain panels depicting birds. From another local home, it sold to a Surrey dealer for £900, while an eight-day French Empire mantel clock in an elegant gun metal case decorated with ormolu mounts and surmounted by a two-handled ormolu trophy sold to a Cheshire buyer for £800. The clock was by the eminent Paris maker Gregoire, who had workshops in the Rue St Martin.   Specialist collectors and dealers also responded with gusto when Surrey’s premier auctioneers of fine art and antiques, Ewbank’s, brought a touch of South Seas exotic to the saleroom. On offer was the Francis de Sales McHugh Collection of tribal art, sent for sale by the family of one of the early pioneers of settlement in Australia. The collection included carved figures, ceremonial shields, weapons, ritual objects and primitive domestic items. Bids from buyers in the room, on several telephones and on the Internet were generally multiples of presale estimates, raising a total of £11,555. McHugh’s daughter, who asked not to be named, said she was delighted with the work carried out by Ewbank’s staff in selling her father’s collection. “The patience and care taken in cataloguing the collection and the great vision they showed in knowing how to sell such a really unusual collection produced results that far exceeded my expectations,” she said. The remainder of the McHugh Collection will be sold by Ewbank’s in the Autumn,

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Francis de Sales McHugh was born in Queensland, Australia, in 1896, just 20 years after the area where his parents had settled was declared a town. It was called Crow’s Nest in the Toowoomba region of Queensland, New South Wales, named after Aboriginal Jimmy Crow who helped early settlers. He lived in a hollow tree known as Crow’s Nest and the name stuck.


McHugh was employed by the Australian government, rising to the position of foreman of works, overseeing the building of small post offices for the Queensland Department of Posts & Telegraphs in New Guinea and Thursday Island, working with a small team of Australians and gangs of islanders. Fascinated by the native culture, he began to collect objects from the region which his family brought to their Chertsey home following his death. The collection was catalogued by a researcher from Oxford University’s Pitt Rivers Museum in 2006, but since then no one outside the family had ever seen the items in it. The collection comprised 40 lots of objects from such exotic locations as Admiralty and Trobriand (now Kiriwina) Islands; Chambri Lakes; and the areas around the Sepik River, the longest on the remote New Guinea island. As anticipated, the most valuable piece in the collection proved to be a Sepik life-size carved wooden ancestor figure, which sold to a specialist London dealer for £2,000. Such figures were placed in the Haus Tambaran (spirit house) along with other sacred items where they were intended to ward off unfriendly spirits. The figure, pictured with Ewbank’s specialist Andrea Machen, had a pronounced nose, cowrie shell eyes and slightly hunched shoulders and was carved extensively with line work which had retained traces of its original pigment, intended to represent the scarring that results from the manhood initiation ceremony. During the ceremony the body of the young tribesman is cut to produce scars to imitate the body of a crocodile, so achieving greater strength. The crocodile is sacred to local tribes people and is said to have special powers. Among the many unique objects was a walking stick made by a Sepik River tribesman for McHugh after he suffered an insect bite to his leg which turned septic. Carved from a single piece of hardwood, the stick’s looped handle was modelled as a crocodile’s body with carved head and eyes formed by tiny shells. It sold for just £150, but was perhaps the most poignant object in the collection.

A middle Sepik region cult house spirit head was another rarity which attracted multiple bidders. It was carved with concentric eyes and an elongated reptilian nose, while the reverse was carved with a fish, features which saw it double its reserve to sell for £900. It was purchased by a London collector. There were many other surprises as demand exceeded supply. An early 20th century basket hook from the Middle Sepik region, carved with a stylised figure to represent a myth sold to the same London dealer for £1,300 – three times its estimate, while an Admiralty Islands wooden scoop each carved with likenesses of the Hornbill, a bird revered by tradition, sold for £950. The latter was purchased by a buyer from New Caledonia, a French territory in the Pacific Ocean, who ignored its low presale estimate in his determination to return it home.

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The London dealer was also successful with a £700 bid for a large ochre-stained ceremonial shield from the mid-Ramu River region of New Guinea. It was carved in low relief with a stylised face and eyes, while the raised centre section resembled a lizard. Elaborate hooks, called Ipwon, were used by tribes to suspend food to protect it from vermin but were also carved with spirits which were believed to delay deterioration. The collection included a number of examples, the most valuable of which was one from the Karawari River region carved with a stylised figure of a man. It sold for £800, again a multiple of its estimate, while a Cambridgeshire collector paid £550 for an ebony club from the Massim Trobriand Islands. The remainder of the collection is being auctioned in Ewbank’s Autumn Fine Auction in September.

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Entries of antiques and collectors’ items are invited for Ewbank’s important Winter sale on September 25-27 and for the Entertainment and Sporting Sale on November 13. The saleroom’s specialists are available to give free valuations and to accept items for sale by auction Monday to Friday from 9.30am-5pm. For further information or to make an appointment to see a valuer, please contact the auctioneer on 01483 223101 or antiques@ewbankauctions.co.uk The June auction may have only been the third sale conducted by Surrey’s premier fine art and antiques auctioneers, Ewbank’s, to include sections on pop and rock music memorabilia, film and travel posters, sporting memorabilia and photography but already the new department is making headlines. Headed by specialist Alastair McCrea, who moved from another Surrey saleroom – his inaugural sale at Ewbank’s was back in March – the latest offering took up almost the entire third day of the auctioneer’s important Summer sale ... and produced some serious prices.


In fact, so successful was it that Ewbank’s have decided to mount dedicated stand-alone sales to serve the growing numbers of specialist collectors in entertainment memorabilia. The first will be held on Wednesday November 13 and entries are invited.

Lennon had given the jotter to Liverpool comedian Peter Robinson during their friendship in the Sixties, and it was inscribed on the front cover “To Peter Ta! John”. It came from his home after his death and was consigned to Ewbank’s sale by a Manchester vendor.

Beatles memorabilia always sells well, while anything associated with John Lennon is at a premium. However, the £5.400 paid by an Irish dealer for a set of scribbled notes and drawings was beyond all expectations.

A Beatles autograph book signed in blue ink by each of the Fab Four also sold well, having caught eye of a private collector living in Los Angeles. Estimated at £1,000-1,500, it was knocked down to him live on the Internet for £2,000.

Written in typical Lennon style on 15 pages of a Basildon Bond “Handy Jotter” sometime in the 1960s, the sketches included a cartoon-like portrait of Lennon’s first wife, Cynthia, together with naively drawn figures and creatures similar to those which feature in his books “In His Own Write” and “A Spaniard in the Works”, published in 1964 and 1965 respectively.

In addition to the autographs of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, and another signature of Tony Meehan of The Shadows, the book was dedicated in Lennon’s handwriting to “Pauline”, who presumably was the person who obtained it in person at the filming to the first appearance of The Beatles on the BBC programme Ready, Steady, Go! on October 4 1964. It was sent for sale by a Surrey lady.

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Vintage film posters and film-related memorabilia also proved popular, the top lot being a rare signed montage of all the main characters in The Wizard of Oz in costume, framed with a cheque for $89 and 18 cents made payable to Judy Garland signed by Jack Haley, who played the Tin Man and cards signed by Ray Bolger who played the Scarecrow and Frank Morgan who played five characters in the 1939 musical fantasy including the feared Wizard. It sold on estimate for £1,800. Most valuable poster proved to be the rare style B British quad (762 x 1020mm) for Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 frightener ‘Psycho’ (1960), the Certificate X Paramount film which starred Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh who feature in that fateful shower scene. The poster was purchased by a London dealer on top estimate for £1,500. The sensual Brigitte Bardot appears in the 1963 poster by Georges Allard for Le Mépris (Contempt) the French film directed Jean-Luc Godard, which sold on top estimate for £800, while close behind at £750 was the full colour original painting by Vic Fair for the promotion of the Hammer Horror film directed by Terence Fisher and starring Peter Cushing. It was used for the video sleeve on the RCA Columbia video release and for the later DVD. The same artist was also responsible for the original painting to promote the 1964 horror “The Curse Of The Mummy’s Tomb”, directed by Michael Carreras, The artwork was used on the video sleeve on the RCA Columbia video release and sold for £700, both to the same London dealer.

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Other prices for iconic vintage film posters included: · The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), starring Steve McQueen & Faye Dunaway, a quad film poster with artwork by Arnaldo Putzu, printed by Lonsdale & Bartholomew of Nottingham. Sold for £700 ·

Lolita (1962) U.S. a three-sheet poster for the MGM film directed by Stanley Kubrick, starring James Mason and Sue Lyon as the flirtatious teenager. Sold for £600

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The Italian Job (1969) a U.S. three-sheet for the Paramount British caper, which made Michael Caine’s one-liner “You were only supposed to blow the bloody doors off ” a universal favourite. Sold for £600

Entries of memorabilia are invited for Ewbank’s specialist Entertainment and Sporting Sale on November 13. The saleroom’s specialists are available to give free valuations and to accept items for sale by auction Monday to Friday from 9.30am-5pm. For further information or to make an appointment to see a valuer, please contact the auctioneer on 01483 223101 or antiques@ewbankauctions.co.uk


Prices achieved in the Summer Antiques & Fine Art Auction 26th, 27th and 28th June

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80 1,300 40 85 800 40 20 220 170 170 80 50 120 170 50 180 65 100 40 240 25 150 110 50 900 120 440 65 70 70 2,000 55 50 35 50 10 50 45 30 65 35 10 40 220 220 190 120

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HOW TO FIND US A257

A3

Ewbank Auctioneers is situated between the A3 and B2215 South of Burnt Common Roundabout.

Burnt Common Roundabout

One Way

Heading North on the A3 take the Ripley turning to the Burnt Common roundabout and follow the Woodhill signs. 1 Heading South turn off the A3 1 /2 miles after the M25 junction and proceed through Ripley to the Burnt Common roundabout as above. If you miss the Ripley turning go South, proceed to the Merrow & Burpham slip road and join the A3 Northbound.

Please note: if using Sat Nav to navigate to us then to do not use our postcode as this will direct you to the A3. Please use postcode GU23 7JY, this will take you to the burnt common roundabout then follow directions as above.

EWBANK AUCTIONEERS In 1994 we acquired the Burnt Common Auction Rooms, which are situated just off the A3, under ten minutes away from junction 10 on the M25. It is a very prominent site in an out of town location giving easy access and acres of parking. Woking main line station is 4 miles with trains to Waterloo (25 minutes). Throughout our time in Guildford, we have had the privilege of advising thousands clients on the valuation and sale of Antiques and Fine Art and have conducted well in excess of a hundred Antiques and Fine Arts auctions and over three hundred General Sales. When we started in 1990 we held six auctions a year and we are now expecting to hold up to 24 in the next twelve months If they are to succeed, businesses like ours must give clients and buyers an efficient and friendly service and, over the years, we have always tried to maintain the highest standards, adhering to the principles of probity and ethics of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers, of which we are Members. Most of our new clients come to us on recommendation, from professional advisers or existing clients. As the costs of selling by Auction in Central London have rocketed we have benefited from the general trend in recent years for more important items to be sold outside the capital. Catalogues are produced and circulated to prospective purchasers by post and E-mail and full details, including digital illustrations of almost all lots in our quarterly Antique and Fine Art auctions, are included on the internet. Buyers are attracted from all over the world. We have an agreement with artfact.com, who list our antique sales on Ebay, take commission bids from prospective buyers and facilitate active participation in the auction from a PC anywhere in the world at the time that the sale is actually in progress. This gives a far greater global marketing ability. We are trail-blazing in this field as there are only a handful of other Antique and Fine Art salerooms in the UK who also list on eBay. We see this as being the way forward for the future and it will maximise our ability to achieve the best possible prices for our clients. In our first internet linked auction in 2005 there were nearly 20000 visits to our online catalogue generating over 500 specific enquiries and the figures have risen markedly since then. Ewbank Auctioneers has grown from humble beginnings holding six sales a year, to the position that we hold today, with our own salerooms and some twenty sales a year. Turnover since 1990 has increased by over 800%. Building refurbishment works have just been completed, which include, a new mezzanine floor doubling our existing floor space, a new entrance, offices, a new heating system and external face-lift. Chris Ewbank has taken a very active part in the leadership of the profession within the UK. He has been a member of the Fine Arts Advisory Panel of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Chairman of its Art and Antiques Professional Group. He is also an elected Member of its International Governing Council ( the highest decision making body in the Institution). He joined the Committee of the Society of Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers in 1994, (he first became a member in 1982), and was Chairman from 2000 - 2007. He has also in recent years been on the Executive Committee of the British Art Market Federation and was one of the first to join the new City of London Guild of Arts Scholars, Dealers and Collectors. Chris Ewbank FRICS ASFAV

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TERMS OF CONSIGNMENT FOR SELLERS 1.

Interpretation. In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers.

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Commission is charged to sellers calculated per lot, as follows: 15% up to £1,000 – 10% thereafter Entry charge on each lot (sold or unsold) £6 Loss and damage warranty 1.5% All the above are subject to VAT at current rates

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Removal costs. Items for sale must be consigned to the sale room by any stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility.

11. Unsold and withdrawn items. If an item is unsold it may with your consent be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate.

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Loss and damage warranty (a) All goods on our premises are warranted against fire, theft or accidental damage while on our premises and sellers are charged at the rate of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT or our best estimate of what the hammer price would have been had the goods sold.

12. Withdrawn and bought in items. These are liable to incur a charge of 10 % plus VAT on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued. Minimum charge £10.

5.

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.

6.

Minimum bids and our discretion. Goods will normally be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 7. We may sell Lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve.

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Reserves. (a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and Loss and Damage Warranty charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment). (b) A reserve once set cannot be changed except with our consent. (c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally. Electrical items. These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. Soft furnishings. The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. The rights of disposal referred to in clause 8 and 9 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977, Schedule 1, a copy of which is available for inspection on request

legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds. The liability to reimburse the sale proceeds shall not arise where you are acting reasonably and honestly and are unaware of the forgery but we are or ought to have been aware of it.

15. Authority to deduct commission and expenses and retain premium and interest. (a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. (b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business on the day of the sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply. 16. Warehousing. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions. and reserve the right to make minimum warehousing charge of £5 per lot per day. Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you do not remove them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges from any net proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them to the local authority for disposal. 17. Settlement. After sale settlement of the net sum due to you normally takes place 21 days after the sale (by crossed cheque to the seller) unless the buyer has not paid for the goods. In this case no settlement will then be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. You must note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 10 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 21 days from the date of sale.

10. Descriptions. Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer

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CONDITIONS OF SALE Ewbank’s carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions:

(a) "auctioneer” means the firm of Ewbank’s or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Ewbank’s accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2 (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate.

2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 25.2% inclusive of VAT [or incremental] at the rate imposed by law. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with a ‘†’ or double asterisk. Va l u e Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law

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at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. (c) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and Loss and Damage Warranty charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (i) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions


(2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale. 10. COMMISSION BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

(2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation.

15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that:-

(1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale

- or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17. (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate.

12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers.

13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot.

18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting.

14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe Lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 ‘information to buyers’.

(2) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who  may themselves enforce them.

19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions.

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OUR WEBSITE: www.ewbankauctions.co.uk We have just updated our web-site. Those who know us will already know that they can find current and archive catalogues on line and that all sale catalogues, auction dates, sale results and terms of business together with useful information on buying and selling can be found there. Multiple images and condition reports are also posted on line for our quarterly antique and fine art auctions, all lots in these sales being illustrated. This information is freely available to anyone logging in but there are additional benefits of registering with us on line.

WHY NOT REGISTER ON LINE TO MAKE THE BEST USE OF OUR SERVICES If you have not already registered on our site you can do so now by completing the on line registration form. Registration is simple and gives you the opportunity to take advantage of a number of features of this site which is only open to those with a valid log-in; NEWSLETTERS: If you register on line you can opt to receive periodic newsletters from us (about 12 per year) FORTHCOMING SALE NOTIFICATIONS; If you want to receive automatic advance notification of all catalogues when they are posted on line select the box 'Please sign me up for forthcoming sale email alerts' when registering. LEAVE COMMISSION BIDS ON LINE; You can leave commission bids for us to execute on your behalf, which are automatically registered on the auctioneers book. This means that you will not need to communicate them by phone fax or email and gives an efficient straightforward access direct to the auctioneers book. Service open for all sales on line up to half an hour before the auction begins. REQUEST CONDITION REPORTS REGISTER YOUR PARTICULAR INTERESTS RECEIVE LOT ALERTS FOR FORTHCOMING SALES; Based on a word search you can request alerts on lots matching your words in forthcoming sales as they are published on the internet. PARTICIPATE IN LIVE AUCTIONS VIA THE WEBSITE (ANTIQUE AND FINE ART SALES ONLY); (Note there will be an additional buyers premium charge of 3% plus VAT on the hammer price of purchases for this service). TRACK LOTS IN WHICH YOU ARE INTERESTED AS A BUYER OR SELLER

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Ewbank’s Auction Sale Dates 2013 Victorian and later

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

Silver and Jewellery Closing date for antique sale catalogue Viewing days Antiques, Fine Arts and Specialist Memorabilia Auction

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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.


Quarterly antique and specialist auction September 25th,26th,27th  

Quarterly antique and specialist auction September 25th-27th.

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