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CHARTERHOUSE A U C T I O N E E R S & VA L U E R S

SOCIETY OF FINE ART AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS


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Lot 487


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CHARTERHOUSE A U C T I O N E E R S & VA L U E R S

Auction to be held at The Long Street Salerooms Sherborne, Dorset DT9 3BS Friday 11th April 2014 at 10.00 am including the residual items from the estate of the late 9th Marquess of Londonderry Viewing Wednesday 9th April 10.00 am – 6.00 pm Thursday 10th April 10.00 am – 5.00 pm and on sale day from 8.30 am until 9.45 am with limited viewing whilst the sale is in progress Front cover illustration: Lot 503 Back cover illustration: Lot 92

Picture lots with the α symbol are subject to the artists resale rights charge, payable by the buyer. A buyers premium of 19.5% (plus VAT) is payable on the final bid price of each lot.

Delivery can be arranged with the office. Postage can be arranged. A minimum charge of £18 per parcel plus postage applies.

CHARTERHOUSE The Long Street Salerooms Sherborne Dorset DT9 3BS 01935 812277 info@charterhouse-auctions.co.uk www.charterhouse-auction.com

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Selling Successfully Selling at Charterhouse

Four German WWII Luftwaffe watches liberated by the vendor’s father, £1,500 - 2,000 each, in our May two day auction

Forthcoming Auction Programme: May 8th Silver, Jewellery, Watches, Wine, Port & Spirits May 9th Beswick, Doulton, other Ceramics & Antiques June 6th Clocks, Coins, Medals, Stamps & Antiques June 15th Classic & Vintage Cars and Motorcycles To arrange a free home visit or for further information, please contact Richard Bromell, Partner, at our salerooms 01935 812277 or via email enquiry@charterhouse-auctions.co.uk 2


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Order of Sale Friday 11th April 2014 Lots 1 - 134 Ceramics & Glass starting at 10.00 am

Lots 135 - 429 Miscellanea & Collectors’ Items starting at approx. 10.30 am

Lots 430 - 559 Pictures, Prints & Books starting at approx. 12 noon

There will now be a 15 minute break

Lots 560 onwards Furniture not starting before. 1.15 pm 3


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Ceramics & Glass starting at 10.00 am 1 A pair of Carlton Ware vases, with chinoiserie style decoration, 21 cm high, with associated hardwood stands (2) £50 - 80 2 A Chinese vase, of ovoid form, decorated vases of flowers and foliage, in underglaze blue, 25 cm high See illustration £150 - 200 3 A pair of G Delaney plates, painted fruit, a similar vase and cover, and a box and cover (glued) (4) £50 - 80

20 A Chinese vase, decorated foliage, 30.5 cm high £110 - 130 21 A ruby flashed glass vase, etched wild animals (chipped), 23 cm high 22 A Crown Devon Fieldings musical jug, On Ilkla Moor Baht’at, 18 cm high £30 - 40 23

A slipware dish, 35 cm wide £40 - 60

24 A quantity of Susie Cooper Gardenia pattern tablewares, and others similar (2 boxes) 25 A Royal Doulton stoneware jardiniere, 3435, 25.5 cm high £200 - 250

4 A Copeland parian ware bust, Clytie, 29 cm high, other similar parian groups and items (damages) (box) £100 - 150

26 A Samson porcelain bowl, (a.f.) 28 cm diameter £40 - 60

A Norman Stuart Clarke glass vase, 5 signed and dated 97, 15 cm high £100 - 150

27 A pair of Royal Doulton Slaters Patent stoneware vases, 5123, 39.5 cm high (2) £250 - 300

6 A Norman Stuart Clarke iridescent glass vase, signed and dated 93, 12 cm high, and a similar vase, signed and dated 99, 11 cm high (2) £100 - 150

28 A large Murano glass ewer, 31.5 cm high, a cased glass vase, and a similar jug (3) £30 - 50

7 A Norman Stuart Clarke glass vase, signed and dated 99, 14 cm high £100 - 150

29 A Staffordshire pottery spill vase, two Vienna figures, and two others (a.f.) (5) £30 - 40

8 A Norman Stuart Clarke glass dish, signed and dated 89, 18.5 cm diameter, a similar paperweight, signed and dated 94, 10 cm high, and another paperweight, signed Lesley Clarke and dated 99, 6 cm high (3) £70 - 100

30 A Walt Disney Classics Collection Alice in Wonderland group, Let The Game Begin! Queen of Hearts, and a similar The Jungle Book figure, Shere Khan - Everyone Runs from Shere Khan, both boxed (2) £50 - 70

9 A Norman Stuart Clarke iridescent glass vase, signed and dated 97 (?), 11.5 cm high £100 - 150 10 A Copeland & Garrett Spode Tivoli pattern pedestal bowl, 28.5 cm wide, and a Chinese porcelain bowl, with underglaze blue decoration, 23 cm diameter (a.f.) (2) £80 - 100

31 A Chinese porcelain vase, decorated dragons (a.f.), 42.5 cm high £60 - 100 32 A Japanese Imari vase, decorated figures (reduced in height), 36.5 cm high £30 - 40 33 A Royal Doulton Series Ware teapot, D111147, 12 cm high £25 - 30

11 A 19th century copper lustre jug, two others similar, and a goblet (4)

34 An oil lamp base, in the form of an owl, 15.5 cm high £50 - 70

12 A Capo Di Monte group, two tramps, one reading a newspaper, 39 cm wide, a similar group, a tramp playing a fiddle, and another, an officer on horse back, by gun (3) £60 - 100

35 A Burmantofts faience vase, with yellow glaze, 1400, 39 cm high, and a Carlton Ware Australian Design dish, 33.5 cm wide (a.f.) (2) £20 - 30

13 A Chinese cinnabar lacquer bowl, 20 cm wide, a porcelain box and cover, and items (5) £30 - 40 14 A Doulton Lambeth Faience moon flask, decorated flowers, 3936, the base bears monogram of Christina Wood (a.f.) 22.5 cm high 15 A Chinese vase, decorated figures, 30 cm high £100 - 120 16 A Chinese vase, decorated figures, 23.5 cm high £100 - 120 17 A Carlton Ware Art Deco vase, with the handle, 17 cm high £100 - 120 18 A group of Guinness advertising ceramics, by T G Green and Carlton Ware, including a condiment set, and mixing bowls (box) £140 - 180 19 A Chinese style wig stand, 34 cm high £70 - 80 4

41 A T G Green Cornishware jar and cover, Raisins, 14 cm high, and other similar items (a.f.) (5) £40 - 60 42 A large group of ceramic and other bulldogs, and a Woodhouse artist’s proof etching of a bulldog (qty) £60 - 100 43 A Luck & Flaw Spitting Image character jug, Prince Charles, other ceramics and glass (3 boxes) 44 A large Delft jar, decorated figures (a.f.), 33 cm high £70 - 100 45 Three Chinese porcelain brush pots, each 11 cm high (3) £40 - 60 46 A Samson porcelain Bow style Kakiemon plate, of octagonal form, 22 cm wide £40 - 50 47 A pair of Dresden porcelain figural lamp bases, applied a lady and gentleman, the largest 29.5 cm high (2) £80 - 100 48 A KPM style plaque, the Virgin Mary, oval, 14 x 10 cm, in a Black Forest style carved frame, 41 cm high £100 - 150 49 A pair of Chinese porcelain vases, decorated prunus in underglaze blue, 20 cm high, and other similar items (a.f.) (5) £140 - 160 50 A Meissen porcelain plate, painted fruit, 21.5 cm wide £40 - 60 51 A Worcester porcelain comport, decorated a rose, 24 cm wide, and two similar low comports (a.f.) (3) £30 - 40 52 A Chinese porcelain panel, painted a mountain landscape in the manner of Cheng Men, and with script (small chip to top right hand corner), 39.5 x 25.5 cm See illustration £1400 - 1800 53 A Chinese famille rose panel, decorated foliage, butterflies and script (unframed), 56.5 x 32.5 cm See illustration £200 - 300 54 A pair of pottery tiles, framed, and another similar (3) £30 - 40

36 A Wedgwood Florentine pattern part coffee and dinner service See illustration £100 - 150

55 A set of four 18th century manganese tiles, telling the story of cider making (slight loss), framed as one

37 A pair of Staffordshire pottery figures, an ale glass, an armorial vase and a quantity of Ashworth Ironstone tablewares (box) £30 - 40

56 A Chinese porcelain blue and white jar, decorated flowers, with a carved and pierced hardwood base, 15 cm high £60 - 80

38 Eight Walt Disney Classics Collection Mickey Mouse figures, including Canine Caddy - What a swell day for a game of golf!, and Pluto - Beach Picnic, all boxed (8) £50 - 80 39 A large Doulton Lambeth stoneware ewer, the base with Frank A Butler monogram, 43.5 cm high See illustration £850 - 950 40 A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware vases, decorated by Hannah Barlow, with sgraffiato decoration of stags and does, each with Hannah Barlow monogram to base, 6015, 36.5 cm high (2) See illustration £1200 - 1400

57 A Worcester porcelain jug, decorated thistles, a similar tea bowl and saucer, a coffee cup, and two other saucers (a.f.) (6) £70 - 100 58 A Chinese famille noir vase, decorated birds amongst flowers and foliage, 36 cm high £200 - 240 59 A Chinese porcelain vase, decorated a landscape, 24.5 cm high £100 - 120 60 - 64 65 A Perthshire glass paperweight, another paperweight, and ceramics (2 boxes) 66 Assorted ceramics, glass, books and sundries (10 boxes)


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67 A Chinese porcelain part tea service £50 - 60 68 A Copeland parian ware bust, Miranda (a.f.), other ceramics, glass and items (6 boxes)

74 A Copeland Spode Italian pattern part dinner service, and other blue and white ceramics (3 boxes) £60 - 80 75 Assorted character jugs, other ceramics, glass and items (4 boxes) £40 - 60

Lot 39 81 - 84 85 A Moorcroft pottery vase, decorated grapes and vines, 31 cm high £50 - 80 86 A Moorcroft pottery Carillon Blue limited edition vase, 107/250, commissioned by Sissons Gallery, signed by Sian Leeper, 10 cm high £50 - 80

69 Assorted Royal Copenhagen plates, other ceramics, glass, pictures, dolls and sundries (5 boxes)

76 A quantity of Royal Worcester Evesham pattern tablewares, other ceramics and glass (3 boxes)

70 Assorted Susie Cooper teawares, other ceramics, glass, a mahogany three tier cake stand, and other items (2 boxes)

77 A set of five Wade Nat West pig money boxes, a similar collector’s bank, three amethyst glass decanters, other glass and items (2 boxes)

88 A Royal Worcester figure, All Mine, and another, January (2) £100 - 120

71 A pair of Delft pottery plates, with floral decoration, assorted Staffordshire and other similar dogs and items (damages) (box) £50 - 80

78 A Hummel figure, two Beswick donkeys, other ceramics and items (2 boxes)

89 A Royal Doulton figure, The Old Balloon Seller, HN1315, 18.5 cm high £70 - 90

79 An early 19th century brown stoneware money box, 15 cm high, another similar, a Baker, Bevans and Irvine Swansea pottery meat plate, and other items (box)

90 A Worcester porcelain vase, with painted and gilt decoration, in the form of a dove, 15.5 cm high, and its pair (a.f.) (2) £250 - 300

80 A Minton Haddon Hall pattern tea service, a cut glass bowl, and a similar decanter and stopper (box)

91 A Bohemian amber flashed glass vase and cover, with rococo style decoration, 35 cm high £50 - 80

72 A large pottery jug, 28 cm high, a pair of Alcock style earthenware vases, black basalt ware items, a plated bread basket, and a wooden bowl (box) 73

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Lot 52

87 A Moorcroft pottery vase, decorated butterflies, 16 cm high £60 - 80

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115 An 18th century Caughley porcelain teapot and cover, and a Continental porcelain figure (a.f.) (2) £30 - 50 116 A J & T Bevington parian bust, Clytie, 18 cm high, and a parian group, of Cupid and Psyche, 13 cm high (2) £70 - 100 117 A Loetz style iridescent glass vase, 16.5 cm high £160 - 180 118 A Chinese porcelain spoon tray, decorated flowers in enamel colours, 13 cm wide, and another similar (2) £100 - 120 119 A 19th century porcelain snuff box, with painted and gilt decoration, 9 cm wide £120 - 140 120 A Chinese porcelain box and cover, with polychrome decoration, 9.5 cm diameter £40 - 60 121 A Bilston and Battersea enamel Christmas box, 1977, other Halcyon Day boxes, paperweights, costume jewellery, and items (box) £70 - 100 122 A large pair of Chinese blue and white vases, 60 cm high (2) £250 - 280 123 A majolica jardiniere on stand (repaired), a majolica vase, assorted lamps and items (qty) £50 - 80 124 A Tang dynasty style group, of a Dog of Fo, with an attendant (damages and loss), 56 cm high £100 - 150

Lot 98 92 A Chinese famille rose medallion bowl, the exterior painted four circular panels of vases, urns and other objects on a sgraffiato ground embellished with lotus sprays, the interior of the bowl painted vases and other designs in underglaze blue, Daoguang mark and period, 1821-1850 (professionally restored), 15 cm diameter See back cover colour illustration £2000 - 3000 93 An amber glass scent bottle, with a bird head cover £70 - 80 94 A blue glass owl scent bottle, with a silver top £90 - 110 95 A silver mounted glass scent bottle, and another similar (2) £80 - 90 96 A Bow style porcelain group, of a cherub with a dog, (a.f.) 18.5 cm high £100 150

101 A Meissen porcelain bulldog, 78854 (restored), 7.5 cm high, two crested ware bulldogs, and others similar (qty) £50 - 80 102 A 17th century style glass, with etched bowl and folded foot, 14 cm high, and four other glasses (5) £100 - 150 103 A Maw & Co tile, other ceramics, an Egyptian style amulet, and other items (damages) £50 - 80 104 A Royal Copenhagen group, of a vixen and four cubs, 1788, another, of a gun dog with pheasant, 1533, and three similar figures (a.f.) (5) £30 - 40 105 A graduated set of three Guinness Carlton Ware flying toucans, the largest 25 cm wide (3) £120 - 140

97 A Rosenthal porcelain bulldog, 10 cm high £70 - 100

106 A Royal Doulton figure, A Victorian Lady, HN728 (a.f.), two Royal Doulton small character jugs, a Series Ware jug, and a Royal Worcester jug (5) £80 - 120

98 A Royal Worcester figure, The Bulldog, designed by Doris Lindner, 19 cm high, with wooden base See illustration £150 - 250

107 A porcelain figure, and four others similar (5) £50 - 60

99 A Nymphenberg porcelain fox terrier, 684, 16 cm high, a similar terrier, 757, 11.5 cm high, and another similar seated terrier, 15.5 cm high (3) £100 - 150 100 A Nymphenberg bulldog, 670, 17.5 cm high, a German porcelain seated bulldog, and three Danish porcelain puppies (5) £100 - 150 6

108 A porcelain box and cover, and four other similar figures £50 - 60 109 A porcelain figure, and five others similar (6) £50 - 60 110 Four Coalport Cavalcade of Clown figures, three other figures, and items £50 - 80 111 - 114

125 - 134

Miscellanea & Collectors’ Items starting at approx. 10.30 am 135 A Victorian inlaid rosewood tea caddy, 25 cm wide, a sampler, by Sarah Gregory 1867, Aged 11 years, and a Pelham puppet, girl, boxed (3) £50 - 70 136 An Arts & Crafts style leather and vellum lantern, 30 cm high £40 - 50 137 A Prisoner of War style model of a frigate, constructed from bone, 37 cm wide £100 - 200 138 A silver plated three piece tea service, and a similar coffee pot (4) £100 - 150 139 A pair of bronze ship’s lanterns, applied plaques Not Under Command and Meteorite 78193/78196, 36 cm high (one glass a.f.) (2) See illustration £300 - 400 140 A brass companion stand, in the form of a fox terrier, 41 cm high, and a fox terrier iron doorstop (2) £30 - 50 141

Six violin bows (6) £50 - 80

142 A Smith’s Bakelite wall clock, a black slate mantel clock, an Excalibur Promotions The Fellowship of The Ring limited edition filmcel, two others similar, three prints, and a large Merrythought limited edition teddy bear, Bearheart, 1/50, JL28C, 57 cm high, with certificate £50 - 80


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161 The top section of a brass pricket stick, 34.5 cm high, and a brass helmet coal scuttle (2) £100 - 150

187 A matched pair of brass candlesticks, another stick, a chamberstick, and a Newlyn style copper bowl (5) £60 - 70

162 A brass mounted pill making slab, a bronzed figure after Schoeman, a root carving, and an Indian head desk weight (4) £40 - 60

188 A cloisonné plate, decorated birds and flowers, 27 cm diameter, and other cloisonné items (box) £50 - 70

163 A Dominion pocket compass, a pocket barometer, both cased, two pairs of binoculars, a brass tobacco box and other similar items (qty) £50 - 80 164 A Dresser style silver plated teapot £70 - 90

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165 A Chinaman figure, with a nodding head, protruding tongue and waving hand, 11.5 cm high £110 - 130

189 An ethnic tribal funerary figure, 58.5 cm high £70 - 80 190 An 18th century French coffee mill, 17 cm high £120 - 140 191 A wall barometer, in a walnut case, 17.5 cm diameter £40 - 60 192 A French WWI bronze plaque, of a soldier on a horse, 24 x 26.5 cm £70 - 80 193 A mahogany brass bound writing slope, assorted pictures and prints, metalwares and other items (qty) (3 boxes)

143 An Islamic white metal vase, with stylised floral decoration, 26 cm high £80 - 100

166 A letter clip, in the form of a running hound, mounted on a wooden base, 27 cm wide £110 - 130

144 A pair of marble obelisks, 39.5 cm high, another, (damaged), and a gilt bronze table centrepiece, with a later moulded glass bowl, 27.5 cm high (4) £60 - 90

167 A country house style letter box, 41 cm high £260 - 280

145 Assorted postcards, including local topographical views

169 A bronze owl, perched on a book, 27 cm high £200 - 220

196 A small group of costume jewellery, assorted ceramics, glass, a lacquered box, a clock and sundries (qty) £50 - 80

146 A Dinky Toys die-cast Hudson Sedan, other Dinky, Corgi, Matchbox and other diecast toys

170 A hunting toast rack, decorated fox masks and whips, and a similar golfing toast rack (2) £80 - 90

197 A copper and brass bugle, a Vest Pocket Kodak Model B camera, other cameras and items (box)

147 A wooden model van, sign written Fred Knackers Horse Dealers, 29 cm high £60 - 80

171 An onyx ashtray, applied an eastern figure on a carpet, with an attendant, 18.5 cm high £150 - 170

198 A copper coal scuttle, a pierced brass fender, two brass shell cases, and other metalwares (qty)

172 A bag chandelier, with glass drops, a lacquer three fold table screen, and two papier mache hand screens (4) £50 - 80

199 A pair of brass fire dogs, a porcelain soup tureen and cover, other ceramics and items (2 boxes)

173 A model of the Cutty Sark, 110 cm wide £60 - 80

200 A pair of Chinese silk embroidered sleeve panels, framed as one, a barometer, three fans, assorted cigarette cards, glass, a Belleek sugar bowl and milk jug, other ceramics and items (qty) £50 - 80

148 A Newlyn copper tray, decorated fish, seaweed and shells, 50 cm wide £100 - 150 149 A Cohen bronze fishing plaque, Casting, 17 cm wide, and another plaque (2) £60 - 80 150 A bronze mantel clock, 30 cm high £180 - 220 151

Two silver plated toast racks (2) £60 - 70

152 A Desmo style accessory car mascot, in the form of a horse and jockey, on a wooden base, 15.5 cm high £40 - 60 153 A carriage timepiece, with Roman numerals, in a four pillar brass case, 13 cm high, and an aneroid barometer, in an oak case, 22 cm diameter £70 - 100 154 A Chiltern plush terrier, 20 cm high, a plush jointed teddy bear, and two others (4) 155 A silver manicure set, a set of silver plated servers, both cased, and a lantern style timepiece (3) £40 - 60 156 A Japanese root carving (a.f.), 39.5 cm high £100 - 150

168 An Art Nouveau style silver photograph frame, 28.5 x 23.4 cm £100 - 120

174 A carved stone missionary’s bowl, 35 cm wide £50 - 80

201 Two tea caddies, gutted, a yew workbox, and other items (box) £50 - 80

176 A Jeanne Mellin bronze horse, on a wooden plinth, 19.5 cm high £40 - 60

202 A pair of carriage lamps, another similar pair, die-cast toys and other items (2 boxes)

177 An onyx ashtray, applied a scantily clad figure, 14 cm high £130 - 150

203 A three bottle tantalus, an ethnic neck rest, a telescope, and other items (2 boxes)

178 A modern Waterford Crystal clock, a millennium style clock, and other items (qty) £50 - 80

204 A pair of six branch electroliers (a.f.) (2) £50 - 80

179 A Chinese bronze bowl, 22 cm wide, and a pair of similar vases, 9.5 cm high (3) £50 - 60 180 - 182 183 A four section spice tower, 20.5 cm high £60 - 70

158 A treen cheese mould, 48 cm wide, and a bit and brace (2) £150 - 200

184 A smokers oak cabinet, in the form of a safe, and a pair of Art Nouveau style adjustable brass lamps (3) £60 - 100

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A treen bowl, 31.5 cm diameter £40 - 60

195 A Yashica Mat 125G camera, other cameras and accessories (box) £60 - 100

175 A Junghans mantel clock, with Roman numerals, in an oak case, 47.5 cm high £70 - 100

157 A pair of Chinese style bronze vases, decorated dragons, 27.5 cm high £80 - 90

159 A set of Tunbridgeware style extending bookends, a stationary box, a framed tableau, two school caps, and two badges (qty) £50 - 80

194 A Brigg walking stick, with an 18ct yellow gold cap, inscribed, assorted ceramics and sundries (box)

185 A mantel clock/barometer, in a carved oak case, 42 cm high £60 - 80 186 A cloisonné ginger jar and cover, 13.5 cm high, and similar items (box) £35 - 45

205 Assorted die-cast model vehicles £40 - 60 206 Assorted carved wood animals, pictures, metalwares and sundries (qty) 207 Assorted silver plated items, and other metalwares (box) 208 A brass bound writing slope, a set of three brass fire irons, pictures, ceramics and other items (2 boxes) 209 A leather suitcase, and two ship’s brass lamps (3) £50 - 80 210 Four Benin style face masks, binoculars, cameras, metalwares, pictures and sundries (qty) £80 - 120 7


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211 A 17th century brass warming pan, with a wrought iron handle 212 - 219 220 Assorted Bowie and other knives, pen knives, and a modern collector’s style cabinet £60 - 100 221 A display of 2000 Years of the Sword, and a similar display of The Blades of the Conquerors (2) £50 - 80 222 A Western Heritage Museum Bowie Knife Collection, and a group of similar hunting knives £60 - 100 223 A Wilkinson Sword 50th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings dagger, a similar Battle of Britain dagger, and an International Military Archives group of WWII combat knives £60 - 100

250 Taxidermy: A trout, in a naturalistic setting, in a bow front glazed case, bears a handwritten label, 52 cm wide (glass a.f.) £120 - 140 251 Assorted treen vases, goblets, bowls and items (qty) £60 - 80 252 Assorted treen fruit, other treen items, and a pair of tabletop stands (qty) £50 - 80 253 A Kent’s Knife Cleaner, on a painted Kent’s Patent iron frame £50 - 80

271 A silver card case, later applied a plaque decorated Mr Punch £100 - 120 272 A silver cigarette case, later applied a plaque decorated a nude lady £120 - 140 273 A silver compact, later applied a plaque decorated a lady £100 - 120 274 An octagonal silver compact, later applied a plaque decorated a woman £100 - 120

254 A tapestry, of a courting couple, 91 x 118 cm, on a brass rail £60 - 80

275 A folding silver photograph frame, later applied a suffragette style plaque £90 - 110

255 A pair of composition Dogs of Fo, 43 cm high £60 - 90

276 A Tunbridge Ware frame, 16 x 12 cm £60 - 80

256 A Tiffany style lamp, 54 cm high, and another similar (2) £40 - 60

277 A turned and pierced ivory baby’s rattle, 16.5 cm high £150 - 200

257

A wild mink cape stole

278 A silver table lighter, in the form of a grenade, Goldsmith & Silversmith, London 1893, 7.5 cm high £60 - 80

224 A Franklin Mint Jim Bowie knife, other similar knives and pen knives (in four cases) £60 - 100

258 A lady’s short fur jacket, bears label Campbell Furs Westover Road Bournemouth £40 - 60

225 A Franklin Mint John Wayne commemorative reproduction pistol, another, Doc Holiday revolver, and another, The Wyatt Earp revolver, all mounted on frames (3) £60 - 100

259 A fur coat, with Saks-Fifth Avenue and Revillon boutique, Paris labels £70 - 100

279 A blue glass decanter, in the form of a monkey, with plated mounts, 19 cm high £250 - 280

260 A Vienna regulator style wall clock, signed Gustav Becker, in a walnut case, (wormed) 116.5 cm high

280 A silver christening set, inscribed, Sheffield 1927, cased £70 - 80

226 Five reproduction swords, mounted on plaques £50 - 80 227 Four reproduction swords, mounted on plaques £50 - 80 228 Five reproduction swords, mounted on plaques £50 - 80 229 Assorted reproduction knives, swords and other similar items (box) £60 - 100 230 - 239 240 A Victorian mahogany barometer, with thermometer, level, hydrometer and mirror, signed Levin, London, in a wheel case, 102 cm high £40 - 60

261 - 267 268 A Negretti & Zambra military three draw brass telescope, 1915 No 9659, in a leather case, with high and low eye-piece £150 - 200 269

A bronze stag, 33 cm high £100 - 120

270 A silver goblet, London 1977, a silver sugar castor, a silver spill vase, a silver spoon and fork set, crested, and a pair of silver coloured metal sugar tongs £100 - 150

281 A Chinese metal box, with enamel decoration, and pierced and carved rose hardstone cover (a.f.), 11 cm wide £30 - 50 282 A silver coloured metal and mother of pearl snuff box, 10 cm wide, and a silver coloured metal cup holder, with associated glass (a.f.) (2) £40 - 50 283 A pair of Lumex binoculars, cased, an Ingersoll Triumph wristwatch, a money box, in the form of a head, and other items (box) £40 - 60

241 A pair of painted composition rabbit hooks (2) £60 - 70 242 A burr wood bowl, 39 cm diameter, and three similar goblets (4) £60 - 100 243 A large quantity of treen fruit (box) £50 - 80 244 A turned burr wood bowl, 33 cm diameter, four others similar, and two bowls and covers £60 - 100 245 Assorted treen goblets, a large bowl, assorted treen fruit, and a pair of pokerwork panels (qty) £60 - 100 246 A large burr wood two section bowl, of irregular form, 94 cm wide See illustration £100 - 150 247 A pair of wooden barley candlesticks, 44 cm high (2) £30 - 40

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248 Taxidermy: A red squirrel, cased, 38 cm wide 249 A pair of carved wood candlesticks, 44 cm high (2) £30 - 40 8

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284 An Avery & Son style novelty tape measure, in the form of Queen Victoria’s Coronation Coach, 4.5 cm high £80 - 100

308 A Meerschaum pipe, carved a greyhound head, a champagne tap, both cased, and a lacquered dish (3) £60 - 80

285 An Avery & Son novelty needle case, in the form of the Queen’s Footstool, the base stamped W Avery & Son Redditch, 5 cm wide £80 - 120

309 A novelty treen paper knife, in the form of a bird’s head, 32 cm long £80 - 100

286 An Avery & Son novelty needle case, in the form of a walnut, the base stamped W Avery & Son Redditch, 6 cm wide, with a thimble (2) £70 - 90 287 An 18ct gold, diamond and sapphire ring £200 - 250 288 A painted pig vesta, and two others similar (3) £90 - 110 289 A hardstone snuff bottle, with carved decoration, 6 cm high, and another similar (2) £100 - 120 290 A sterling silver and enamel brooch, in the form of a mallard, marcasite jewellery and other similar (qty) £200 - 250 291 A Chinese agate snuff bottle, carved flowers and foliage £70 - 80

310 An ivory gavel (repaired), 17 cm long £50 - 70 311 A carved coconut cup and cover, (a.f.) 14 cm high, an ashtray, applied an elephant, a lady’s full length fur coat, two similar jackets, and a waistcoat (6) £30 - 40 312 An ivory necklace, carved elephants £60 - 70 313 A string of green hardstone beads, and other items (5) 314 A pair of oval photograph frames, with chain borders, 10.5 x 9 cm (2) £100 - 120 315 A novelty leather wallet, with silver coloured metal mounts, inset a watch face See illustration £150 - 180

292 A silver vesta, later applied a plaque decorated a stamp £90 - 110

316 A Victorian silver card case, with engraved decoration, monogrammed, Birmingham 1868, approx. 2.125 ozt £160 - 180

293 A silver vesta, later applied a plaque decorated dogs £90 - 110

317 A Tartan ware napkin ring, and other similar items (4) £60 - 80

294

A cockatoo, 9 cm high £90 - 110

295 A brass seal, and two others similar (3) £90 - 110 296 A plated hand vesta, and two others similar (3) £80 - 90 297 A brass cigar vesta, and two others similar (3) £60 - 70 298 A pair cased pocket watch, lacks movement, on a chatelaine type suspension, and another pocket watch (2) £50 - 80

318 A silver egg cup and spoon, inscribed, Birmingham 1927 and a silver christening set, inscribed, Sheffield 1927, both cased £70 - 100 319 An Auruivi limited edition silver commemorative goblet, York Gothic Minster, 455/500, London 1972, 16.5 cm high, cased £180 - 200

299 A Russian silver coloured metal and enamel parasol handle £100 - 150

320 An Auruivi limited edition silver commemorative goblet, for the Wedding of HRH The Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson, 280/850, London 1986, 17 cm high £170 - 190

300 A lady’s 18ct gold wristwatch, inscribed, a lady’s Omega wristwatch, a silver Albert, with three silver fobs, and other items £70 - 100

321 An Auruivi limited edition commemorative silver goblet, Lincoln Cathedral, London 1981, 16.5 cm high £170 - 190

301 A gentleman’s 9ct gold wristwatch, with subsidiary seconds dial £70 - 100 302 A silver novelty dog salt and pepper set, 7.5 cm high £220 - 240

322 A Bonzo plush toy, 9 cm high, a novelty nodding bulldog, and a treen box, in the form of a bulldog in a kennel, 18 cm wide (3) £40 - 60

303 A gentleman’s stainless steel Longines wristwatch, with subsidiary seconds dial, boxed £70 - 100

323 A group of letters from R Vaughan Williams, and others, including a note signed Gustav Holst £60 - 100

304 An Austrian cold painted bronze spaniel, mounted on a piece of onyx, 8.5 cm high, and a cold painted bronze bulldog, 5.5 cm high (2) £60 - 80

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305 An Austrian cold painted bronze fox terrier, 13 cm high £70 - 100 306 An Austrian cold painted bronze bulldog, stamped Geschutzt, 6 cm high £50 - 80 307 A carved giltwood frame, 17 cm high, and an oval bust portrait miniature of a gentleman, 6.5 x 5 cm (unframed) (2) £80 - 120

Assorted costume jewellery (qty)

325 A pair of silver hairbrushes, a similar brush, a 9ct gold wedding band, and a 9ct gold identity bracelet, approx. 16.1 g, and other jewellery and items (qty) £100 - 150 326

Assorted keys £50 - 80

327 - 329 330 A set of Victorian silver asparagus servers, London 1974, approx. 5.265 ozt, other silver, a brooch, and silver plated items (qty) £100 - 150

Lot 315 331 An Edwardian silver pincushion, in the form of a chick, Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester 1907, 2 cm high, a silver coloured metal fob watch, a pair of silver salts, and other items £100 - 150 332 Assorted silver teaspoons, approx. 5.310 ozt, and a silver backed dressing mirror £40 - 60 333 A pair of 9ct gold bee earrings £260 - 280 334 A carved ivory menu holder, in the form of a stag, 3.5 cm high, and other similar items (qty) £50 - 70 335 A 22 ct gold wedding band, approx. 6.2 g, a 18ct gold ring, two other rings, a silver napkin ring, and other items (qty) £150 - 250 336 A silver trophy, inscribed, other silver items, costume jewellery and items £70 - 100 337 A 9ct gold St Christopher, a silver mounted scent bottle, a Delft tile, assorted costume jewellery and items (qty) £70 - 100 338 A Victorian bronze vase and cover, 15 cm high, two pigs, a boar, and other items £120 - 140 339 Two pairs of mystic topaz and diamond earrings £100 - 120 340

A silver and gem set bracelet £45 - 55

341 Three pairs of silver Art Deco style earrings £65 - 75 342

A silver snake vesta £40 - 50

343 A 14ct white gold and three row diamond band ring £150 - 160 344 A Chinese coral and ivory calligraphy brush £60 - 80 345 A pair of Cantonese ivory glove stretchers, with carved decoration £60 - 80 9


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346 Assorted Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters, carved wood panel sections, and other items £50 - 80 347 A silver part dressing table set, an ostrich egg, and other items (box) £50 - 80 348 A silver and green amethyst necklace £80 - 90 349

A silver skull snuff box £60 - 70

362 A 9ct gold bangle, set 17 pearls £420 - 440 363 An 18ct white gold, ruby and baguette cut diamond ring £260 - 280 364 A Masonic style pendant, and other similar items £80 - 90 365 A pink sapphire and diamond pendant, on a chain £75 - 85

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Four silver salt spoons £25 - 35

379 A silver Buddha pendant, on a chain £45 - 55 380 A pair of 9ct yellow gold and topaz earrings, with a matching pendant £85 - 95 381 An Art Deco style silver lady with a dog brooch, and another similar (2) £45 - 55 382 An 18ct yellow gold and triple diamond cluster ring £950 - 1000

350 A sterling silver dog head vesta £70 - 80

366 A pair of blue topaz half hoop earrings £55 - 65

351 A silver miniature photograph frame, and two others similar (3) £70 - 80

367 A silver chatelaine style accessory, and two others similar £45 - 55

383 An 18ct white gold and diamond pendant, on a chain, with a matching pair of earrings £450 - 500

352 A 9ct yellow gold, blue topaz, citrine and diamond cluster ring £100 - 120

368 A 9ct yellow gold and sapphire brooch, and a similar pair of earrings £90 - 110

384 A 9ct yellow gold, blue topaz and diamond cluster ring £65 - 75

Two silver heart shaped boxes £40 - 50

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A silver golfing vesta £40 - 50

370 A silver and millefiori glass pendant, with matching earrings £50 - 60

385 A dragonfly brooch, and a similar bird brooch (2) £90 - 110

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355 A pair of 18ct white gold and diamond drop earrings, approx. 2.5ct £950 - 1000

Three silver bird bookmarks £50 - 60

371 A pair of amethyst earrings, and a matching pendant on chain £65 - 75

386 A silver shell pill box, and two other boxes (3) £90 - 110

Three silver needle cases £60 - 70

387 A silver Peter Rabbit rattle, and a similar teether (2) £90 - 110

373 A silver horse brooch, and others similar £45 - 55

388 Three silver novelty animal whistles £80 - 90

Three silver animal pincushions £55 - 65

374 A pair of Art Deco style pendant earrings £80 - 100

389 A cameo ring, with matching earrings and pendant £40 - 50

359 A pair of 9ct gold, pink sapphire and diamond drop earrings £75 - 85

375 An 18ct white gold and diamond cluster ring £550 - 600

390 An 18ct white gold and diamond band ring, with four central diamonds £420 - 440

360 A silver and blue topaz line bracelet £90 - 110

376 An Art Deco style 9ct yellow gold, ruby and diamond ring £150 - 180

391 An Art Nouveau face pendant, on a chain £45 - 55

361 A quizzing type glass, with an owl handle, and two others similar £65 - 75

377 A pair of Art Deco style 9ct yellow gold, ruby and diamond earrings £90 - 110

392 A silver panther ring, and a similar pendant on chain £60 - 70

356 A 9ct yellow gold and amethyst ring, with diamonds set to the shoulders £400 - 420 357 A 9ct gold, amethyst, citrine and diamond ring £45 - 55 358

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Lot 424 393 A silver and peridot bracelet, and a similar ring £60 - 70 394 A pair of Art Deco style pendant earrings £70 - 80 395 An 18ct white gold and baguette cut diamond half hoop ring £280 - 320 396 A pair of Art Deco style pendant earrings £90 - 110 397 A Persian Quajar lacquered pen box, containing an inkwell, 30 cm wide £250 - 300 398 A pair of oval lava cameo busts, in ebonised frames, 14.5 cm diameter, a similar group of four lava cameos, framed as one, and other similar items (qty) £100 - 150 399 Assorted costume jewellery, a silver part dressing table set, two fur capes and other items (box) £60 - 80 400 A group of composition seals, mounted in two circular frames, 20 cm diameter (2) £60 - 100 401 402 A Chinese bronze incense burner, in the form of an immortal seated on a fish, 16.5 cm high £120 - 140 403 A cloisonné jar and cover, decorated figures, 8.5 cm high £60 - 80 404 An 18th century painted enamel vase, decorated figures and flowers (a.f.), 11 cm high £120 - 140 405 A Zenith desk timepiece, in an enamel case, 6 cm high £60 - 80 406 A 19th century tortoiseshell box, with mother of pearl inlay, 6.5 cm wide, and a pair of silver sugar nips, London 1908 (2) £130 - 150 407 A 19th century corkscrew, with bone handle and brush £60 - 80 408 A Chinese snuff bottle, with painted interior, 9.5 cm high £60 - 80 409 A Chinese green hardstone figure, 18.5 cm high, a similar elephant, and an ivory page turner (3) £30 - 40 410 A ruby glass double ended scent bottle (chipped)

Lot 430 411 A Louis Wain coloured postcard, A Sack Race, another similar, Christmas Greetings Puss in Boots, other postcards and coins (qty) £50 - 80 412 Assorted coins, cigarette cards and other items £50 - 70

Lot 431 424 A pair of brass carriage lamps, with eagle finials, 69 cm high (2) See illustration £200 - 300 425 - 429

413 - 414 415 A pair of Shand Mason & Co copper and brass candle fire engine lamps, (one glass a.f.), 35 cm high (2) See illustration £750 - 850

Pictures, Prints & Books starting at approx. 12 noon

416 A pair of silver plated hammercloth armorials, mounted, 23 x 17.5 cm (overall) (2) See illustration £700 - 800

430 Naive school, 19th century, HMS Ganges nearing port, oil on canvas, inscribed, 46 x 67.5 cm, and its pair, HMS Ganges in heavy seas, both in birdseye maple frames (2) See illustration £2000 - 3000

417 A pair of silver plated hammercloth armorials, on leather mounts, information verso suggests related to Henry de Grey Warter-Tatham, 24 x 13 cm (overall) (2) See illustration £700 - 800 418 A cast brass hammercloth armorial, 18.5 x 17 cm See illustration £350 - 400 419 Two full Royal State harness bridle blinkers, the gilded armorials mounted on blue leather, each 20.5 x 20.5 cm (2) See illustration Note: These blinkers are from the set of harness originally ordered by George IV when he was Prince Regent circa 1810 and referred to at the Royal Mews as the Blue Morocco Leather set. It originally consisted of sets for teams of eight horses with matching bridles for two outriders and was used exclusively with the State Coach (Coronation Coach). A further set known as the Red Morocco set was ordered by George III at the same time as the State Coach was built in 1760. This set has been used up to the present day. The blue set has not been used for many years, and only a small proportion of the set remains at the Royal Mews. £1500 - 2000

431 G Mears, Prince Arthur leaving Newhaven harbour, oil on canvas, signed and dated 96, 35 x 56 cm (unframed) See illustration £200 - 400 432 G Mears, Rouen leaving Newhaven harbour, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1890, 50.5 x 91.5 cm (unframed) See inside back cover colour illustration £1000 - 1500 433 19th century, a lady seated in an interior peeling potatoes, oil on board, 26.5 x 22 cm See illustration £300 - 400

420 A silver plated hammercloth armorial, in the form of a soldier’s head, 9 x 9.5 cm £150 - 200 421 A silver plated carriage armorial, in the form of an eagle’s head, 9 x 10 cm £150 - 200 422 A pair of Victorian carriage door handle blanks, and five others similar (qty) £50 - 70 423 A pair of Royal State harness silver plated and black leather blinkers, and other items of Royal State harness, circa 1860, in a glazed display case, 42 x 53 cm See illustration £2500 - 3000

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Lot 468 434 Attributed to John C U’Ren, a stormy coastline, with ships in the distance, watercolour and bodycolour, signed and inscribed Penzance, 30 x 55 cm See illustration £200 - 300 435 A cricket legends display, including signature of Sir Richard Hadlee, with certificate of authenticity 436 P Greenwood, Augerey’s Pet, a Jersey cow, oil on board, signed and dated Oct 1882, 43 x 59 cm £60 - 100

440 After Richard Bonington, a wooded landscape, oil on canvas, inscribed verso, 19.5 x 24 cm (unframed), J Campbell, Winter’s Dawn, Corstorpeine, Nr Edinburgh, oil on panel, signed, 20 x 35 cm, and another oil painting (3) £70 - 100 441 A World Cup 1966 display case, including a signature of Nobby Stiles, with certificate of authenticity, and a Wayne Rooney autograph, with certificate of authenticity (2)

448 Morris (The Rev F O) A Natural History of British Moths, four vols, London 1872, cloth, and another by the same, A History of British Butterflies, sixth edition, London 1890, cloth (w.a.f.) (5) £100 - 150 449 Forthergill (George A) Hunting, Racing, Coaching & Boxing Ballads, London 1926, subscriber’s copy signed by the author, and five other volumes (6) £40 - 50 450 Woodhouse (L G O) and Henry (G N R) The Butterfly Fauna of Ceylon, Ceylon Journal of Science, Colombo 1942 £80 - 100

437 Attributed to Richard Whitford, Charles, a prize bull, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed and dated 1858 (?), 47 x 59.5 cm, and a Victorian silver mug, with embossed decoration, inscribed ‘For the Best Yearling Bull, North Devon Breed 1857’, London 1856, 11 cm high Provenance: Descended through the Devon farming family Note: Charles won numerous shows, including first prize as a yearling at Cardiff, the Bath & West of England Show 1858, first prize in Class 2 at Barnstaple 1859, also the significant special prize as being the best bull in the Devon classes, sold the week following to a gentleman in Australia See inside back cover colour illustration (2) £600 - 1000

442 Adrienne Lester, two kittens, oil on board, signed 18.5 x 28.5 cm, and its pair (2) See illustration £200 - 300

438 Three Japanese woodblock prints (3) £40 - 60

446 Browne (Hablot K) ‘Phiz’ Racing and Chasing The Road, The River and The Hunt, Frederick Bentley, board (w.a.f.) £30 - 40

454 Allen (T W) Newton (Edgar) and Vincent (W D F) Window Dressing for Tailors, Drapers, Outfitters, etc, John Williamson London, and London’s Social Calendar (2) £30 - 40

447 A Port of London Capital Works catalogue, Furniture For Modern Homes, and two others volumes (3) £80 - 100

455 Boutell (Charles) English Heraldry, London 1871, cloth, and four others similar (5) £20 - 30

439 In the manner of George Armfield, a pair of terriers chasing a rat, oil on artist’s board, 23 x 29 cm, and its pair (2) See illustration £100 - 150 12

443 English school, figures near houses, oil on canvas, 54 x 75 cm £40 - 50 444 Henry A Hamper, Jerusalem Sunset, from Gethsemane, watercolour, signed, inscribed Jerusalem, 23 x 34.5 cm, and a black and white engraving, The Death of Abercrombie (2) £50 - 80 445 Norman Hoad, The First Two, gouache, label verso, 24 x 34 cm, and another by the same (2) £100 - 150

451 Dale (TF) The History of The Belvoir Hunt, limited edition 15/75, Westminster 1899, and two other volumes, Edwards (Lionel) A Leicestershire Sketch Book, and Seebohm (Henry) Coloured Figures of the Eggs of British Birds (3) £70 - 100 452 Lucas (WJ) British Dragonflies (Odonata), London 1900, tooled cloth £60 - 100 453 Cuvier (Baron Georges) The Animal Kingdom, London 1844, calf with gilt decoration £80 - 100


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456 Porny (Mr) The Elements of Heraldry, London 1787, calf, and other assorted volumes (box) £70 - 100 457 Hatton (T) and Cleaver (A H) A Bibliography of The Periodical Works of Charles Dickens, 1933, cloth, other Dickens related volumes and other books (box) £80 - 120 458 A large quantity of Rupert annuals, including The New Adventures of Rupert facsimile edition 1936, and other related items (3 boxes) £100 - 150 459 Assorted Blackwood’s Magazines, from 1908, and a group of Cornhill Magazines, from 1922 (box) 460 Caldecott (Randolph) Gleanings from The Graphic, London 1889, a book box containing plaster copies of Roman seals, a stamp album and other volumes (9) 461 Harrison-Ainsworth (W) Windsor Castle, 1844, and other assorted volumes (3 boxes) 462 A coloured engraving, A Roman Camp near Bere Regis, other local maps, books and other prints (qty) £50 - 80 463 A large quantity of Vanity Fair volumes, in various bindings, mostly 1860s-70s (3 boxes) See illustration £200 - 400 464 A ledger, dated 1882, and assorted leather volumes (box) 465 Hall (S C) The Baronial Halls, two volumes, assorted Punch and other volumes (2 boxes)

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469 Leslie Price, Windmill at Cley-NextThe-Sea, Norfolk, oil on canvas, 38 x 48 cm, and another (2) £30 - 40

476 English school, a half length portrait of a young gentleman wearing a frock coat, oil on canvas, 74.5 x 61.5 cm See illustration £150 - 250

470 A set of four Victorian sporting coloured prints, including Kingcraft (4) £150 - 180 471 Paul Pierre Emiot, a Mediterranean seascape, oil on board, signed, 26 x 44.5 cm, and a watercolour of St Angelo Tower and Bridge, Rome (2) £60 - 100

466 Assorted prints, engravings and maps, mostly unframed (in a box and a folio)

472 P Macmiadhachain, Boat Near Lighthouse (St Ives), oil on canvas, signed and inscribed verso, 20.5 x 25 cm £100 - 150

467 Continental school, 18th/19th century, Perseus and Andromeda, oil on canvas, 36 x 26 cm See illustration £300 - 400

473 A set of four Chinese drawings, on pith paper, 23 x 15 cm (4) £100 - 150

468 α Pip McGarry, a tiger swimming, acrylic on canvas, signed and dated 2003, 30 x 86 cm Note: purchased from the Hunter Simmonds Gallery, Bournemouth See illustration This lot is subject to the Artist’s Resale Right Law £1000 - 1200

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474 Indian school, a figure kneeling in a garden scene with birds and animals, gouache, 15 x 14 cm 475 English school, a landscape with horse and rider to the foreground, oil on canvas, monogrammed, 25 x 29.5 cm, and another oil (2) £30 - 40

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477 A John Ogilby hand coloured map, The Road from London to Barstaple in Devonshire, and another, The Continuation of ye Extending Road From Barstaple to Truro (2) 478 A Victorian sand picture, sheep and a donkey in a landscape, 28.5 x 35 cm See illustration £60 - 100 479 Continental school, 19th century, a bust portrait of Jesus and an attendant, oil on metal, 33 x 28 cm £80 - 120 480 A George III reverse print on glass, Marshal Blucher, and another picture (2) £100 - 150 481 W Eyrie Walker, a view in Surrey, watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed and dated 1905, 24 x 35 cm £80 - 120

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500 English school, a child resting by a tree, with a cat, and a ball, oil on canvas, 23.5 x 28.5 cm £120 - 140 501 William Sidney Cooper, Fordwitch, near Canterbury, watercolour, signed and dated 1918, 24 x 34 cm £60 - 100 502 A Peter Scott artist’s proof limited edition print, and other assorted pictures (qty) £50 - 80

Lot 486

503 John Lewis Fitzgerald, a study of a grey horse’s head, acrylic on board, signed, 49.5 x 39 cm Note: purchased from the Hunter Simmonds Gallery, Bournemouth See front cover colour illustration £250 - 300

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504 John Lewis Fitzgerald, a study of a palomino horse’s head, acrylic on board, signed, 49.5 x 39 cm Note: purchased from the Hunter Simmonds Gallery, Bournemouth £250 - 300 505 John Lewis Fitzgerald, a study of a brown horse’s head, signed, acrylic on board, 49.5 x 39 cm Note: purchased from the Hunter Simmonds Gallery, Bournemouth 250 - 300 506 Ulla, The Vision, oil on canvas, inscribed verso, 91.5 x 122 cm (unframed), other pictures and prints (10)

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482 F Norie, a wrecked hulk, watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed, 14 x 29 cm, and two others, smaller, by the same (3) £100 - 150

491 English school, late 19th century, the logging team, watercolour heightened with bodycolour, indistinctly signed, 36 x 52 cm £70 - 100

483 A Victorian coloured print, the races, 46 x 135 cm, a coloured engraving after George Morland, The Fern Gatherers, a coloured engraving, a paddle steamer and other vessels, and two other prints (5) £60 - 80

492 L T, the water carrier, watercolour, signed with initials, 24.5 x 13 cm, a print of a deer, in a rosewood frame, and other assorted pictures (qty) £40 - 60

484 M R C, sailing vessels, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1908, 30 cm x 19 cm, and its pair (2) £80 - 100 485 Continental school, a bust portrait of an Italian gentleman, oil on board, 35.5 x 25 cm (unframed), the reverse also painted, and three other pictures (4) £50 - 80 486 Manner of Arnold Mason, figures, dogs and cattle, near a river, with a ruin in the distance, oil on canvas, 41 x 52 cm See illustration £100 - 150 487 English school, late 19th century, Hebe, oil on canvas, 121 x 90 cm See inside front cover colour illustration £300 - 500 488 A French artist’s proof coloured engraving, a barge on a canal, signed in pencil, 58 x 72 cm, and its pair (2) £40 - 60 489 A late 18th century coloured engraving, View of the Town & Port of Dover, 51 x 74 cm £30 - 50 490 Edward Price, Dovedale Derbyshire, oil on canvas, 87 x 132 cm See illustration £700 - 900 14

493 T Hart, a coastal scene, watercolour, signed and dated 1870, 23 x 37 cm, and R W Fraser, a river scene, Great Marlowe, watercolour, signed, inscribed and dated 91, 23.5 x 49.5 cm (2) 494 D E Cooper, an Australian landscape, watercolour, signed and dated 1871, 19.5 x 29.5 cm See illustration £100 - 150 495 F D Harnack, West Mersea A Bright Morning, oil on canvas board, signed, 29.5 x 43.5 cm £100 - 150 496 Dorothy Kirkbride, Rock Face, oil on canvas, initialled and dated 1975, 25 x 35 cm £100 - 150 497 F Lawson, a treetop landscape, watercolour, signed and dated 1935, 34.5 x 46 cm £70 - 100 498 Brian Mead, Alexander III Bridge, Paris, watercolour, signed and dated 87, 27.5 x 37.5 cm, Continental school, Boulogne, pen, ink and watercolour, 20.5 x 36 cm, ten other watercolours and two oils (14) £80 - 120 499 John Lewis Fitzgerald, a study of a chestnut horse’s head, acrylic on board, signed, 49.5 x 39 cm Note: purchased from the Hunter Simmonds Gallery, Bournemouth £250 - 300

507 F J Lawrence, a cat with a ladybird, on a window sill, oil on canvas, 32 x 49.5 cm £40 - 50 508 English school, late 19th century, a still life with fruit on a ledge, watercolour, 39 x 49 cm, and Gerald Palmer, fishing boats in a port, watercolour, signed and dated 1934, 24.5 x 34 cm (2) £50 - 80 509 An aquatint, Duck Shooting, in a carved giltwood frame £100 - 150 510 A Chinese reverse painting on glass, 44.5 x 81.5 cm £50 - 70 511 A print, of a lady, after Asti, and another print (2) £50 - 70 512 A John Everett Millais print, of a seated child, and another (2) 513 A Chinese four panel screen, decorated children and other figures, framed as one, 95 x 126 cm (inclusive) £50 - 70 514 English school, 19th century, figures resting on a path, near a castle, oil on canvas, 52 x 53 cm £100 - 150 515 English school, late 19th/early 20th century, a young fisherman, holding a model boat, standing by hanging fishing nets, watercolour, 91 x 74 cm See illustration £400 - 600 516 Manner of David Cox, figures on a path, oil on canvas, bears a signature, 51.5 x 71 cm See illustration £100 - 150 517 A Colin Spencer print, of London, signed and dated 1966 518 A Blaeu hand coloured map, Hertfordshire with text verso £100 - 150 519 Peter Curling, three horses, pencil, signed, 38 x 58 cm £200 - 300


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528 An oval portrait miniature, of a lady, watercolour on ivory, 8 x 6.5 cm (unframed) £140 - 180 529 An oval portrait miniature, of a gentleman, 8.5 x 7 cm, two others similar and a silhouette (4) £180 - 200 530 G Boucart, Venice, oil on panel, signed, with Frost & Reed label verso, 21 x 26 cm, and its pair (2) See illustration £100 - 200 531 A group of 21 story illustrations, hand coloured, 8.5 cm diameter £50 - 70 532 Robertson (Archibald) A Topographical Survey of the Great Road from London to Bath and Bristol, 2 vols, London 1792, calf with gilt tooling (2) £100 - 200

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533 A General Atlas being a Collection of Maps of the World & Quarters, The Various Empires, Kingdoms & States in the Known World, published by Thomas Brown, Edinburgh, 33 of 34 plates (lacks Seven United Provinces) (modern boards, restoration throughout) See illustration £380 - 420 534 English school, mid 19th century, a figure and a dog on a country path, near a barn, oil on panel, and its pair, 11.5 x 13.5 cm (2) £50 - 80 535 English school, early 19th century, a lady reading to a gentleman, watercolour, 11 x 17 cm, and another similar, a lady with a child playing the harpsichord, inscribed (2) £80 - 120

Lot 530 520 A Chinese picture, of a figure with attendants £120 - 140 521 Franco Matani, a life study, charcoal and chalk, signed, 49.5 x 32.5 cm, and others similar (6) 522 The Essayes of Michael Lord of Montaigne, done in English by John Florio, three vols, Grant Richards 1908, board (w.a.f.) (3) £60 - 100 523 Adams (George) Essays on the Microscope, London 1787, quarter calf (w.a.f.) £70 - 100

Lot 533 524 Dante’s Inferno, illus by Gustave Doré, Cary’s English Text, Cassell & Co, green cloth, and a scrap album (2) 525 Cooper Willyams (Rev), A Voyage Up The Mediterranean, London 1802 (w.a.f.) £140 - 180 526 Attributed to Augustus John, a self portrait, oil on board, 25.5 x 15.5 cm See illustration £400 - 600 527 Continental school, a portrait of a man, oil, 13.5 x 10 cm, and its pair, in gilt gesso frames, mounted in glazed rosewood frames (2) £300 - 400

536 An 18th century Grand Tour album of sketches, named Thomas Pope Rome 1797, inscribed These drawings were made for me by Spagnnolini (sic)..., containing 38 views, and Andrews (William) Remarkable News of the Stars or an Epheneris For the Year 1728, London 1728 (w.a.f.) (2) See illustration £100 - 150 537 An 18th century handwritten book of recipes and remedies, amassed by Mary Northampton, including To Cure Mange in Dogs (page 18), To make a Chicken Pye (page 42), To thicken the Hair (page 53) and Lady Exeter’s Recipe for the Cholick (page 136), with index to rear, vellum (w.a.f.) See illustration £250 - 350 538 Stanley (Henry M) How I Found Livingstone: Travels, Adventures and Discoveries in Central Africa, London 1872 (rebound) £50 - 80 539 A East, Houses of Parliament from Embankment, watercolour, signed and inscribed, 16.5 x 14 cm £140 - 180 540 An oval portrait miniature, of a soldier, watercolour, 8 x 6.5 cm £90 - 110 541 An oval bust portrait miniature, of a lady wearing a feathered hat, watercolour, 4.5 x 3.5 cm, in a tortoiseshell type case £70 - 90 542 A portrait miniature, of a girl and a dog, watercolour, 5 x 4.5 cm £80 - 100

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544 A portrait of Queen Alexandra, printed on glass, signed Lafayette, oval, 29 x 22 cm See illustration £300 - 400 545 Adams (D) Equestrian Exercises for Ladies and Gentlemen, London 1843, cloth £400 - 450 546 Young (Charles T F) Fires, Fire Engines, and Fire Brigades, London 1866, cloth £200 - 250 547 Stirling Clarke (Mrs J) The Habit & The Horse, London 1860 £370 - 400 548 Edward Hooper, a bust portrait of a young lady, oil on canvas, signed, 52 x 42 cm £70 - 100 549 Francisco Sillué, Spanish village under the hill, oil on canvas, signed and dated '78, label verso, 72 x 100 cm £300 - 400 550 - 559

575 A carved oak coffer, dated 1696, on stile legs, 125 cm wide £100 - 150

598 An oak chest, the dentil cornice above five drawers, 102 cm wide £120 - 140

576 A Kaim upright piano, in an inlaid burr walnut case, 143 cm wide £50 - 80

599 A stripped pine chest, of four drawers, 56 cm wide £50 - 80

577 A pair of carved oak panels, in the form of the Green man, 115 cm wide (2) See illustration £100 - 150

600 A French brass mounted mahogany etagere, 38 cm diameter See illustration £260 - 280

578 A wall mirror, in a rococo style gilt gesso frame, 57 cm wide £30 - 50

601 A William IV rosewood pole screen, on a lotus leaf capped column £40 - 80

579 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany piano stool £40 - 60 580 A Caucasian style rug, with medallions on a dark ground, within a multi border, 120 x 210 cm £30 - 50 581 A Caucasian rug, the central lozenge on a light ground, within a multi border, 208 x 129 cm £60 - 100 582 A Caucasian rug, with a central red medallion on a dark ground, within a multi border, 220 x 135 cm £30 - 50 583 A mahogany side table, with a frieze drawer, on tapering square legs, 90.5 cm wide £80 - 100

Furniture not starting before 1.15 pm 560 A 19th century mahogany tripod table, 51 cm wide, an American worktable, a tub chair and a nursing chair (4) £100 - 150 561 A French walnut open bookcase, with a drawer to the base, 76 cm wide £50 - 80 562 A George III oak bureau, 91 cm wide £60 - 100 563 A Regency style gilt gesso three plate overmantel mirror, 123 cm wide £100 - 150 564 An oak roll top desk, 122 cm wide £60 - 100 565 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany sideboard, on tapering square legs with spade feet, 127 cm wide £50 - 80 566 A Victorian rosewood whatnot, 73.5 cm wide £60 - 80

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567 An elm chest, of four drawers, (adapted from a secretaire), 101 cm wide £100 - 150 568 A George III style stripped pine and gesso overmantel mirror, having an architectural pediment, 103 cm wide See illustration £120 - 180 569 A Louis XV style console table, with a marble top, on a carved oak base, stamped L Dromard Paris, 130 cm wide See illustration £1000 - 1400 570 A box top duet stool, and a folding mahogany table (2) £30 - 40 571 A Steinway & Sons upright piano, 230527/K, in a rosewood case, 155 cm wide See illustration £600 - 800

584 A late Victorian inlaid walnut two tier whatnot, on turned supports, 59 cm wide £50 - 60

603 A rosewood three panel screen, with chinoiserie style decoration, 172 cm wide £50 - 80 604 A late Victorian walnut pedestal desk, 119 cm wide £100 - 150 605 A George III style two tier buffet, with drop flaps, 141 cm wide £70 - 90 606 A Victorian cast iron stick stand, two walking sticks, and two fire implements (5) £30 - 50 607 A Syrian style camel table, with a carved top (damages), 61 cm high See illustration £100 - 150

585 A George III mahogany tea table, on tapering square legs, 92 cm wide £50 - 80

608 An oak plan chest, having two short and seven long drawers, 122 cm wide £60 - 100

586 An early 19th century oak table, with a frieze drawer, on a chamfered square legs, 76 cm wide £40 - 60

609 A Victorian inlaid walnut work table, 44 cm wide £40 - 60

587 A brass bound teak travelling trunk, 98 cm wide £100 - 150

610 A mahogany chiffonier, having two frieze drawers above a pair of doors with brass grilles, 104 cm wide £80 - 120

588 A French Empire style open bookcase, 46 cm wide £30 - 50 589 An Edwardian mahogany dressing mirror, 65 cm wide £25 - 30 590 A Continental inlaid table, with a frieze drawer, on cabriole legs, 73 cm wide £60 - 70 591 An upholstered mahogany stool, 41 cm wide, and another similar, 46 cm wide (2) £20 - 30 592 A Heal & Son walnut writing table, the leather inset top above a frieze drawer, on tapering fluted end supports, the drawer stamped HEAL & SON, LONDON, 107 cm wide See illustration £150 - 200 593 A 17th century style carved oak hanging corner cupboard, 58 cm wide £50 - 80

611 A mahogany chest, of four drawers (adapted from a night commode), 60 cm wide £60 - 80 612 An early Victorian rosewood three tier whatnot (altered), 46 cm wide £50 - 70 613 A stained pine hanging cupboard, 78 cm wide £70 - 80

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614 A Victorian mahogany pedestal desk, the middle drawer stamped Edw Winter, 14 Cranbourn St, Leicester Sq, the leather inset top above an arrangement of nine drawers, 136 cm wide See illustration £750 - 800 615 A George III mahogany tripod table, on a vase turned column, 77 cm wide £60 - 100

594 A French beech kidney shape occasional table, having a marble inset top (repaired), 55 cm wide £60 - 100

572 A Maples walnut reading stand, on an adjustable brass column, and an oak prayer table (2) £40 - 60

595 An oak crib, with a hinged cover, on rockers, 54 cm high £120 - 140

573 A Victorian mahogany pole screen, and another similar (2) £40 - 50

596 A Chinese carved huali wood jardiniere stand, with a marble inset top (repaired), 38 cm wide £120 - 180

574 A Burroughes & Watts Arrowflite mahogany full size billiard/snooker table, on stout fluted and turned legs, with balls and cues See illustration £100 - 200

602 A walnut filing cabinet, with a tambour front, 50 cm wide £60 - 100

597 A 17th century style carved oak buffet, having two frieze drawers, 107 cm wide £70 - 100

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Lot 619

Lots 638 & 666

Lot 645

Lot 646

616 A George III mahogany tripod table, on a vase turned column, 69 cm wide £80 - 120

624 An Edwardian walnut revolving bookcase, 60 cm square £80 - 120

634 A beech and elm stick back kitchen armchair £40 - 60

617 A Caucasian runner, decorated medallions on a red ground (worn), 330 x 43 cm, and a similar rug (2) £50 - 80

625 A mahogany revolving bookcase, 49.5 cm square £50 - 80

635 A George III style library armchair £50 - 80

618 A carved oak serving table, with single frieze drawer, 141 cm wide £60 - 80 619 A Dutch inlaid walnut writing table, the leather inset top above three frieze drawers, on carved cabriole legs, 152 cm wide See illustration £1000 - 1400 620 A Chinese black lacquer low table, 118 cm wide £35 - 40 621 A 19th century gilt gesso girondale, 59 cm wide £100 - 150 622 A longcase clock, the 31.5 cm arched square painted dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the arch painted a sportsman duck shooting, fitted an eight day movement, in an oak case, 219 cm high £200 - 300 623 An inlaid mahogany tripod table, 61.5 cm wide £40 - 60 18

626 A mahogany revolving bookcase, 50 cm square £30 - 40 627 A mahogany revolving bookcase, with a leather inset top, 49 cm square £50 - 80 628 A bag style chandelier, and two others similar (3) £50 - 80 629 630 An upholstered Chesterfield style settee £60 - 80 631 A Victorian rosewood chaise longue, on cabriole front legs with knurl feet £200 - 300 632 A pair of Arts & Crafts style oak carver chairs, the splats carved the caduceus symbol (2) £40 - 60 633 A pair of late Victorian carved walnut tub armchairs, a wing armchair, and a wardrobe (4) £70 - 90

636 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany corner chair, a nursing chair, and two other chairs (4) £40 - 60 637 A George III style mahogany carver chair £60 - 70 638 A Windsor style yew armchair See illustration £100 - 150 639 An oak two seater settee, on barley twist front supports, 118 cm wide £50 - 70 640 A pair of Edwardian tub armchairs, on tapering square front legs (2) £70 - 100 641 A set of ten oak dining chairs, four others similar, and a pair of armchairs (16) £100 - 150 642 An Arts & Crafts style oak hall chair, with rush seat £40 - 60


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Lot 649

Lot 657 652 A longcase clock, the 30.5 cm arched square dial with a silvered chapter ring, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, calendar aperture and phase of the moon dial, fitted an eight day movement, in a carved oak case, 219.5 cm high £300 - 350 653 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany wardrobe, incorporating drawers, 160 cm wide £100 - 150 654 A painted bedside cupboard, with a marble top, 48 cm wide, and a matching dressing table (2) £40 - 60

Lots 677 & 676

655 A Continental mahogany dressing table, with a marble inset top, 93 cm wide £50 - 80

643 A set of six George III style mahogany dining chairs, and a serpentine front mahogany table, 91 cm wide (7) £60 - 100

656 A walnut tabletop revolving bookcase, 37 cm square, and another similar (2) £50 - 80

644 A fender stool, the upholstered top on four cabriole legs, 132.5 cm wide £40 - 60

657 A 19th century mahogany chest, of two short and four graduated long drawers, 115 cm wide See illustration £100 - 150

645 A set of eight George III style mahogany dining chairs, with pierced vase shaped splats, leaf carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet (6+2), and a similar dining table, inset two extra leaves, 176 cm wide (9) See illustration £200 - 400

658 A Victorian gilt gesso five tier corner shelf, 86 cm high £70 - 100

646 A set of eight Edwardian inlaid mahogany dining chairs, on tapering square front legs with spade feet (6+2) (8) See illustration £150 - 250

660 An oak side cabinet, with a mirrored back, 66 cm wide £50 - 70

647 A Victorian walnut fender/kneeling stool, on leaf carved cabriole legs with knurl feet, 177 cm wide £50 - 80

662 A Scottish style walnut chest, of eight drawers, on a plinth base, 122 cm wide £100 - 150

648 A Persian tribal saddle bag, 173 x 82 cm

663 An Edwardian box top piano stool £40 - 60

649 A large pair of composition garden style urns and covers, with ram’s mask handles, 158 cm high (2) See illustration £500 - 600

664 An inlaid mahogany side cabinet, 99 cm wide £40 - 60

650 - 651

659 A Victorian walnut oval table, 114 cm wide, and a two tier occasional table (2) £40 - 60

661 A mahogany revolving bookcase, 60 cm square £40 - 60

665 An Anglo Indian carved and pierced hardwood table, on tripod base, 64 cm diameter £100 - 150

Lot 669 666 A Victorian mahogany four tier whatnot, joined by baluster turned supports, 109.5 cm wide See illustration £200 - 300 667

An Ercol style oak bureau, 82 cm wide

668 An inlaid mahogany work table, 43 cm wide £140 - 180 669 An oak buffet, 101 cm wide See illustration £100 - 150 670 A 19th century style oak mule chest, 106 cm wide £80 - 100 671 A 19th century mahogany work table, with a fitted interior and an undertier, 55 cm wide £50 - 60 672 A George III style mahogany breakfront library bookcase on cupboard, the broken pediment above four glazed doors, the base with four central drawers flanked by two drawers and two panel doors, 152 cm wide £280 - 320 673 An oak open bookcase, with two drawers below, 107 cm wide £60 - 90 674 A wardrobe, with a single mirrored door, 132 cm wide £120 - 140 675 A 19th century oak tripod table, 77 cm diameter £40 - 60 676 An Edwardian mahogany revolving bookcase, with a brass gallery, 49.5 cm square See illustration £100 - 150 677 An Edwardian mahogany revolving bookcase, with a brass gallery, 49.5 cm square See illustration £100 - 150 678 A late Victorian inlaid rosewood envelope card table, on tapering square legs joined by an undertier, 54 cm square See illustration £120 - 180 679 An inlaid walnut occasional table, decorated ribbon ties and swags, 90 cm diameter £100 - 140 680

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A brass picture easel £50 - 80

682 A Louis XV style three fold screen, with shell and rococo style decoration, 159 cm wide See illustration £100 - 150 683 A carved oak bureau, 56 cm wide £50 - 80 684 A 19th century mahogany card table (distressed), 90 cm wide £40 - 50

704 A large butcher’s block, on a pine frame, joined by an undertier, 168 cm wide £450 - 500

734 Four bed warming pans, various chairs, a modern pine chest of drawers and other items (qty) £50 - 80

706 An Edwardian mahogany hall valet stand, with fluted supports, 141 cm wide See illustration £100 - 150

735 An oak ladder back armchair, a kitchen armchair, and a painted iron garden urn (3) £50 - 80

707 - 709 710 A pair of cast iron garden urns, 71 cm high (2) £50 - 80

686 An oak cupboard, a pair of panel doors above two long drawers, 81 cm wide

711 - 714

687 A mahogany Canterbury, 47 cm wide £35 - 45

715 A large pair of carved wood elephants, the simulated ivory tusks made from stained wood, 93 cm high (2) See illustration £200 - 300

688 A polished steel basket grate, 38 cm wide, and a Victorian mahogany Pembroke table (2)

716 A modern upholstered two seater settee £30 - 50

690 A bentwood towel rail, another towel rail, a set of wall shelves, and a table (4) £30 - 50 691 A modern oak stool, a pair of Regency style book carriers, a tabletop chest of drawers, and other items (9) £50 - 80 692 A Victorian style kitchen table, on turned legs, 182 cm wide £50 - 80 693 A George III style inlaid satinwood table, 40 cm wide, and a brass and mahogany three tier etagere, 38 cm wide (damages) (2) See illustration £100 - 150 694 An inlaid mahogany tabletop revolving bookcase, 36 cm wide, a similar walnut bookcase, 38 cm wide, and a small cabinet (3) £50 - 80 695 A Victorian walnut and burr walnut dressing table, 120 cm wide £150 - 180 696 A Victorian serpentine front walnut credenza, with a marble top, 122 cm wide See illustration £120 - 160 697

A Victorian cast iron umbrella stand

698 A floor standing corner display cabinet, 65 cm wide 699 An oak gateleg table, 158 cm wide See illustration £90 - 110 700 A 19th century mahogany D-end dining table, with central drop leaf section, on tapering square legs with spade feet, 255 cm wide £100 - 150 701 A Victorian upholstered footstool, on carved cabriole legs, 38 cm wide £20 - 30 702 A 19th century oak chest, of two short and three graduated long drawers, 95 cm wide £100 - 150 703 A George III style mahogany bow front chest, of two short and five graduated long drawers, 108 cm wide See illustration £200 - 300 20

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705 A copper and brass fender, 130 cm wide £30 - 50

685 A mahogany chest, of three long drawers, 106 cm wide £60 - 80

689 A 19th century oak hanging corner cupboard, 70 cm wide £30 - 50

733 A Victorian mahogany 161 cm wide £60 - 100

717 A walnut bookcase, 124 cm wide, and an inlaid rosewood armchair (2) £50 - 80 718 A walnut chest of drawers, 94 cm wide, a dressing table, two dining tables, chairs and other furniture (qty) £50 - 70 719 Two pairs of late Victorian brass and painted iron bed ends, with rails, 109 cm wide £100 - 150 720 A nest of three oak occasional tables, a modern dining room suite, a walnut cabinet, and other occasional furniture (qty) £30 - 40 721 A pair of brass and painted iron bedends, with rails, 137 cm wide £120 - 140 722 A pair of late Victorian brass bed ends, with rails, 155 cm wide £70 - 100 723 A large painted low table, 145 cm wide, other painted furniture, a pair of oak low tables, a brass three tier table, oak display cabinets, and other occasional furniture (qty) £60 - 100 724 A reproduction breakfront cabinet, 104 cm wide, other furniture, pictures, and sundries (qty) 725

An oak swivel office chair £30 - 40

726 A JPM International Limited Cluedo fruit machine, 67 cm wide £70 - 80 727 A Powerspin fruit machine, 67 cm wide £70 - 80 728 A cast iron fire basket, and another similar (2) £30 - 40 729 A Victorian bamboo Canterbury whatnot, a nest of three oak tables, and a set of reproduction library steps (3) £40 - 60 730 A beech and elm child’s highchair, an oak bureau bookcase, an oak dresser, an oak gateleg table, and other furniture (qty) £50 - 80 731 A pair of modern oak bedside tables, 46 cm wide, and another similar (3) £30 - 40 732 A pair of reproduction side cabinets, 53 cm wide, a lounge cabinet, a reproduction table, assorted chairs, a reproduction roll top desk, a sideboard, a mahogany box base dressing mirror, and other occasional furniture (qty) £60 - 100

736 A mahogany table, 77 cm wide, another table, two mirrors and a cupboard (5) £50 - 70 737 A Turkey style runner, 296 x 68 cm, and three similar rugs (4) £70 - 100 738 A stripped pine kitchen table, 120 cm wide, a brass kettle, a copper coal scuttle, and other metalwares (qty) £50 - 80 739 An Edwardian mahogany display cabinet, 60.5 cm wide, another cabinet and three chairs (5) 740 A George III style single chair, other chairs, a bamboo table and items (qty) 741 A mahogany side table, 107 cm wide, an upholstered stool, an X frame stool, a fire screen, and a pierced fender (5) 742 A 19th century pine cupboard, with single panel door, 81.5 cm wide £100 - 120 743 A pine open bookcase, 91 cm wide £60 - 80 744 An inlaid mahogany bow commode, 62 cm wide £50 - 80

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745 An oak luggage stand, a mahogany hall chair, a Lionel Edwards print, The Blackmore Vale, signed, another print, and other items (qty) 746 A pair of black lacquered tables, with chinoiserie style decoration, 65.5 cm wide, and a pair of mahogany carver chairs (4) £50 - 80 747 A modern painted two tier table, 130 cm wide, a similar bookcase, a pair of conservatory chairs, and a matching table (5) £50 - 80 748 A hanging corner cupboard, with embossed decoration, 91.5 cm wide, and three chairs (4) 749 A two door painted pine cupboard, with a drawer below, 96 cm wide £150 - 180 750 An industrial steel cupboard, 92 cm wide 751 A Howard style upholstered armchair, on turned front legs, and two others similar (3) £100 - 200 752 A Victorian mahogany dressing table, 117 cm wide, an oak bureau, a tripod table, other tables, furniture, chairs, metalwares and sundries (qty) £70 - 100 753 An upholstered armchair, with a fan back, on turned front legs 754 A pair of painted and brass bed ends, with rails, 91 cm wide £70 - 90


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755 A set of six Victorian style dining chairs, a serpentine front chest of drawers, and a fire basket (8) £50 - 70

762 A set of six mahogany dining chairs, a mahogany drop leaf dining table, and a mahogany card table (8) £50 - 80

756 A stripped pine table, 89.5 cm wide, and a similar cabinet (2) £30 - 50

763 A mahogany sideboard, 165.5 cm wide, a pair of walnut bedside cupboards, other occasional furniture, pictures and sundries (qty) £50 - 70

757 An Art Nouveau style inlaid oak bookcase, 110.5 cm wide, a drum top table, a bureau, and an oak box (4) £50 - 80 758 A Victorian blanket box, 92.5 cm wide, three side cabinets and other occasional furniture (qty) £50 - 80 759 A three piece conservatory suite, with a matching table, four chairs and a stool £50 - 80 760 A walnut and burr walnut cocktail cabinet, 85 cm wide £50 - 80 761

An Ercol three tier trolley, 73 cm wide

764 A Gordon Russell coffee table, (repaired), 125 cm wide, a pine table, and a bureau (3) £30 - 50 765 A Victorian mahogany three tier buffet, 104.5 cm wide, and a stripped pine chest of drawers (2) £50 - 80 766 A Victorian overmantel mirror, and assorted pictures and prints (qty) £30 - 50 767 An IA Ltd one armed bandit, The Buckingham (a.f.), 66 cm high £50 - 80 768 An inlaid mahogany pedestal chest, of four drawers, 47 cm wide £200 - 300

Lot 682

Lot 696

Lots 693 & 678

Lot 703

Lot 706

Lot 699

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CHARTERHOUSE Auctioneers & Valuers The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne, Dorset DT9 3BS Telephone (01935) 812277 Facsimile (01935) 389387 www.charterhouse-auctionn.com info@charterhouse-auctions.co.uk

Bidding Slip Date of Sale: ..............................................................................................................................................

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I authorise Charterhouse to bid on the above listed lot(s) on my behalf.

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CONDITIONS OF SALE Charterhouse 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 Charterhouse or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; "deliberate forgery" means an imitation made with the intention (b) 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 Charterhouse 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. (a)

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BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; 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. Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. 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. 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.

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 19.5% plus VAT 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 an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is

payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to "Information for Buyers" for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. (1)

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PAYMENT 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 up to £9,000, or cheque allowing 10 days for the cheque to clear before items can be claimed, or credit card (subject to a 2% surcharge) or debit charge (not subject to a surcharge) or in such other way as is agreed by us. Our preferred method of payment is by debit card in person, plus two forms of identification. 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. Telephone Payments can only be accepted for less than £200. Debit and credit card payments for £200 or more can only be made in person with chip and pin number. When purchasers of invoices for more than £200 are unable to attend the saleroom to pay, payment is accepted by bank transfer in full, bank details displayed at the bottom of each invoice. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES 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. 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 insurance charges. No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES 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; 23


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(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. 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. 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.

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15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer's premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17.

(1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2) Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them.

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Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail, email or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting or sending.

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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.

12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. 14. (1)

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DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION 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�. Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation.

20. ATTRIBUTION OF PICTURES The forename(s) (or asterisks where not known) and surname of the artist indicates in our opinion a work by the artist. The initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist indicates in our opinion a work of the period of the artist which may be wholly or in part his work. The surname of the artist indicates 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. Bears signature indicates in our opinion that this is not the signature of the artist. All other terms are self explanatory. 21.

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.


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Lot 432

Lot 437


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Charterhouse Auction April 2014