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TIMED AUCTION

MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART

11TH – 27TH OCTOBER

ALBERY IRVIN (1922-2015) BRITISH 20TH-21ST CENTURY ARTIST, GOUACHE ON PAPER

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Estimate: £300 - £500 (plus buyer’s premium)


FINE PICTURES, SILVER & JEWELLERY AUCTION Wednesday 18th September 2019 Auction starts at 10.00am

Viewing: Sunday 15th September 2.00pm - 4.00pm Monday 16th September 9.30am - 4.30pm Tuesday 17th September 9.30am - 4.30pm Auction no. 5063 Cover illustration – Lot 71

ORDER OF SALE: 1-157  Pictures 170-251  Silver & Bijouterie 252-339  Jewellery

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340-385  Watches 386-504  Coins

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SPECIALIST’S INSIGHTS In an age of great change and modernity, past depictions of the British landscape can often take us back to what was perceived as a slower more pastoral age. Some of the lots being offered in our September fine art sale are mid to late 19th century watercolour folios by amateur hands. I use the word ‘amateur’ advisedly as these works are of great quality and reflect why watercolour was known as the ‘English Art’ by our continental neighbours in the 19th century. One of the most striking folios is a series of views of the Thames around Windsor and Eton. The bucolic views immediately remind the viewer of great literary classics such as Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K Jerome or the Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. This importance of the British landscape in our national conscience continues to this day and perhaps more so than other countries because we were the first modern

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industrialised nation. I live and work in the Welsh borders and I am constantly struck by the beauty of our country and how in many ways the rural landscape has endured. All areas of Britain are represented in the auction with views of Scottish Lochs to Welsh valleys or the Lake District to the Thames Valley. To my continued surprise the market currently shuns many of these works as not fashionable and I believe this represents a unique buying

opportunity for those interested in the history of our national landscape. An opportunity to buy high quality works which will become rarer as we race through the 21st century and which are currently a fraction of their value 50 years ago. Perhaps now is the time in the words of Warren Buffet to be ‘Greedy where others are fearful’ and start buying early British watercolours.


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CHARLES F TUNNICLIFFE

Lots 1 to 26 represent a selection of paintings by the internationally revered wildlife artist Charles F Tunnicliffe OBE RA (1901-1979), offered from a single owner private collection. Tunnicliffe is celebrated not only for his accurate and naturalistic portrayal of birds and animals, but for the lively way in which he represented his subjects engaging with their surrounding habitats. Although a regular exhibitor, including almost annually at the Royal Academy, he created his watercolours with the belief that they were best suited to adorning private homes, and therefore released very few paintings for gallery sale. He is probably most widely known as a book illustrator, particularly for Ladybird books and as well as his close relationship with the RSPB, illustrating many of

their wildlife magazine covers and who awarded him a gold medal in 1978. Tunnicliffe was an unusual character, who was rather dismissive of his educational achievements at the Royal College of Art, where he studied under Malcolm Osborne, feeling himself to be an outsider amongst his contemporaries, instead pulling away from the more modern, urban art scene in favour of immersing himself within the natural world. He always insisted upon painting studies from nature, and his artwork was permeated by his love for the countryside and rural life. His admirers readily bought into 1

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this romantic rural country origin image, which complimented his modest, earthy and pragmatic personality which is so evidently infused within his art style. Sir Kyffin Williams wrote of him that ‘When the world of art was arguing to decide what was art and what not, Charles Tunnicliffe just lived and worked’1. Tunnicliffe is remembered as one of Britain’s finest 20th Century bird painters and the examples offered in this collection are characteristic of his refreshingly animated style.

In Meyrick R. & Heuser H., 2017, Charles Tunnicliffe. Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné, Royal Academy of Arts, p.26

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1 1† CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) BLACK PRIEST

Inscribed ‘Black Priest, T. Forshaw’ Lower left, pencil and watercolour, 25.6 x 28 cm NOTES: Morgan Evans & Co Ltd, Gaerwen Smithfield, Anglesey, 27 November 1985, lot 209 (to current owner) £300 - £500

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CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA (1901-1979) POODLE BESIDE A FLOWER BED

CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) WHEN BIRDS DO SING

CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) FAIRY SWALLOW

studio stamp verso, mixed media, 58 x 76cm £300 - £500

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signed bottom right, pencil, watercolour and crayon, 42.5 x 60.5cm NOTES: This work was painted circa 1975 and has a Welsh Arts Council label verso £400 - £600

Inscribed lower left with a description of the bird, inscribed lower right ‘Blue, chequered, Fairy Swallow, from a black and white photo.’ pencil and watercolour, 24 x 28 cm NOTES: Morgan Evans & Co Ltd, Gaerwen Smithfield, Anglesey, 27 November 1985, lot 209 (to current owner) £250 - £350

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CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) SPANGLED PRIEST

CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) LUCERNE YELLOW ELMER

Inscribed ‘Spangled Priest. T. Forshaw’ centre top, pencil, watercolour and crayon, 29 x 22.5 cm

Inscribed lower left (Beneath mount) pencil, watercolour and crayon, 23 x 27.6 cm

NOTES: Morgan Evans & Co Ltd, Gaerwen Smithfield, Anglesey, 27 November 1985, Lot 209 (to current owner) £250 - £350

NOTES: Wingett’s, Wrexham, 23rd November 1988, lot 289, £250 (to current owner) £200 - £300

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7† CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) HOLYHEAD

inscribed ‘South stack Road, Holyhead, Sep 9th ‘66’ lower Left, ink and watercolour, 27.6 x 43 cm £100 - £200

8† CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) BROWN PIGEON

inscribed ‘Barb from Matthew and Lewis, Bideford. Royal Welsh Show 1956’ lower right, pencil, watercolour and ink, 22.5 x 27.1 cm £300 - £500

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9† CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) BLUE PRIEST

inscribed ‘Blue Priest, T. Forshaw. Sep 21st 57 (59?)’ Top Centre, pencil, watercolour and crayon, 28 x 25.5 cm NOTES: Morgan Evans & Co Ltd, Gaerwen Smithfield, Anglesey, 27 November 1985, lot 209 (to the current owner) £350 - £450

10 † CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) THE DUKE OF ARGYLL

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inscribed ‘The Duke of Argyll. In dock for fitting’. Holyhead. October 1966’ lower right, pencil and watercolour, 27.3 x 36.5 cm NOTES: Sothebys, Chester, January 14th 1986, lot 3034 £100 - £200

11 † CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) YELLOW TRUMPETER

inscribed ‘Yellow Bokhara Trumpeter (1st Prize). Royal Welsh Show, Bangor. 1958’, lower right, studio stamp verso: Charles Tunnicliffe R.A. Studio 1980 No. 398/20’, pencil, watercolour and ink, 23.7 x 28.4 cm £300 - £500

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CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) ELEPHANT IN A ZOO

CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) WOODPECKER

CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) YELLOW JACOBIN

signed lower right, pencil, watercolour and crayon, 20 x 27.5 cm £200 - £300

signed bottom right, pencil and watercolour, 17.1 x 18.1 cm £350 - £450

inscribed ‘Yellow Jacobin. T.Forshaw. August 1st’, bottom right, studio stamp verso, pencil, watercolour and crayon, 24.7 x 25.6 cm £250 - £350

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CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) RUNNING MAN

CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) HOLYHEAD

signed lower left, pencil, watercolour and ink, 17.3 x 23.2 cm £100 - £200

inscribed ‘Loading cars for Ireland - Holyhead. Aug 8th - 9th ‘66’ lower right., Ink and wash, 27.8 x 44.7 cm

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NOTES: Sothebys, Chester, January 14th 1986, lot 3034 £100 - £200

CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) TRUMPETER

inscribed ‘German Yellow Double Crested Trumpeter. T. Forshaw’ lower left., studio stamp verso, pencil, watercolour and crayon., 27 x 21.2 cm NOTES: Wignett’s, Wrexham, 23rd November 1988, lot 290, £250 (to current owner) £300 - £500

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18 † CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) EXHIBITION HOMER

inscribed ‘Exhibition Homer. T. Forshaw.’ bottom right, pencil, watercolour and crayon, 23.5 x 27 cm £300 - £500

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19 † CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) THE BORTH

inscribed ‘Back of North West Street.’ Bottom centre,‘The Borth. Stanley Row’ Bottom right’, signed bottom right, Ink, wash and pencil, 27.8 x 42.6 cm NOTES: Sothebys, Chester, January 14th 1986, lot 3034 £100 - £200

20 † CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) COCKERELL

studio stamp verso, pencil, watercolour and crayon, 24.6 x 31.5 cm £300 - £500

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CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) HOLYHEAD

CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) CONDOR

CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) SEA BIRDS

inscribed ‘Holyhead Sep 1st ‘66’ Bottom right, signed bottom right, ink and wash, 27.8 x 42.7 cm £100 - £200

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signed bottom right, ink on scratchboard, 8.6 x 11 cm, Reverse inscribed ‘The Condor by Charles Darwin, Falcon “Nature Abounding” £100 - £200

inscribed ‘Observed from Aug 27th to Sep 10th’ Bottom centre. ‘Black Tailed Godwit’ Bottom Right, Pencil, watercolour, ink and pencil, 18 x 23.2 cm £200 - £300

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24 † CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) A MALLARD WITH HER DUCKLINGS

pencil and watercolour, 17.7 x 25.7 cm £150 - £250

24 25 † CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE RA. (1901 - 1979) WHITE DUCKS

inscribed ‘July 3rd, brood of 9. Duke has scarcely any trace of ? left, pencil and watercolour, 17.5 x 23.2 cm £120 - £180

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Lots 27 to 70 are from a private collection purchased in the second half of the 20th century from UK auction rooms and dealerships. The collection has many of the leading British artists from the golden age of watercolours 1750 – 1850 and represent the very best of the watercolour tradition in this country.

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ATTRIBUTED TO RICHARD WILSON RA (1714-1782) WELSH 18TH CENTURY RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH GAME KEEPER AND RUSTIC FIGURES

JOHN INIGO RICHARDS (1720 - £1810) ‘AN EXTENSIVE VIEW OF STIRLING’

JAMES MOORE (1762-1799) BRITISH 18TH CENTURY ALNWICK CASTLE

oil on wood. Measurements H 27.8 x W 39.5 cm

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Pencil, grey ink and wash. Inscribed lower right, 29 x 49cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £120 - £180

watercolour; brown ink with colour wash on Piero Millani watermarked paper, 20.7 x 36 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Previously sold at Christies English Drawings and Watercolours sale 25th May 1971 £200 - £300

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ATTRIBUTED TO PAUL SANDBY RA (1730 - 1809) SLEEPING HERDSMEN

ROBERT HILLS RA (1769-1844) A PAIR OF WATERCOLOURS

ATTRIBUTED TO JOOST CORNELIS DROOCHSLOOT (1586-1666) DUTCH 17TH CENTURY A VILLAGE SCENE

watercolour; pen and grisaille, 13 x 20.2 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £70 - £100

31 FRANCIS NICHOLSON (1753-1844) BRITISH LATE 18TH- EARLY 19TH CENTURY. THE OLD MILL, WENSLEYDALE Pencil and watercolour on paper, 21 x 30 cm

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £200 - £400

Deer in Norbury Park 1827, 9.8 x 12 cm and Castle and Sheep on Woodland Path, 8 x 11 cm (2) PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £100 - £200

oil on chamfered oak panel, 38 x 50 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £400 - £600

34 PAUL SANDBY RA (1730-1809) CONWY CASTLE ON A LAKE

pen with grey ink, grey and brown washes, 21 x 27 cm

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection Dr Theodore Desleman collection stamp bottom left £200 - £300

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35 JOHN VARLEY (1778-1842) VALE OF LLANGOLLEN

watercolour. Inscribed verso, 25 x 17.5 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Previously sold at Christie’s English Drawings and Watercolours 28th October 1969 £200 - £300

36 THOMAS HEARNE (1744-1817) GREAT DUNLOW CHURCH WITH FIGURES

pen with ink, grey and brown wash. Signed lower centre, 21 x 18.6 cm

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PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £100 - £200

37 BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY, A COLLECTION OF PRINTS AND DRAWINGS

to include: Engraving of Fast Castle, Berwickshire by T.M. Richardson, an aquatint titled ‘On the Tyne near Featherstone Castle by T. Fielding, print titled ‘Melrose Abbey’ by S. Hooper, a watercolour attributed to James Moor, a pencil drawing of a cottage by a stream by J.P. dated 1965, Two prints titled ‘Villanella’ and ‘The Water Bearer’ J. Levasseur, and a print depicting Devereux, Earl of Essex

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PROVENANCE: The Pemberton collection £100 - £200

38 JOHN VARLEY (1778-1842) ‘TREE, BARN AND RUINED OAST HOUSE OF KELN’ watercolour, 22 x 28cm

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £200 - £300

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39 FOLLOWER OF JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER (1785-1851) VENETIAN LANDSCAPE

oil on oak panel. Signed, 30.8 X 25.4 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £200 - £300

40 AFTER WALTER SICKERT ARA (1860 - £1942) ‘THE OLD BEDFORD’ etching, 11 x 8.5cm

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £150 - £250

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41 41 JOHN LAPORTE (1761-1839) A PAIR OF WATERCOLOURS

Beddgellert, watercolour, pencil and colour wash, signed bottom left ‘la Porte’, 22.9 x 38 cm and Keswick Lake, watercolour; pencil and colour wash, signed bottom left ‘la Porte’, mounted and framed, 22.9 x 38 (2) PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Previously sold at Christies Fine English Drawings and Watercolours sale 17th November 1970. Sticker verso for Chichester galleries ltd, Belfast £500 - £700

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D. LUCAS (1802-1881) BRITISH 19TH CENTURY, AFTER JOHN CONSTABLE. ‘A SUMMERLAND’ mezzotint, 15 x 23cm (SH)

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £70 - £100

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43 SAMUEL OWEN (1768-1857) FISHERFOLK ON BEACH

signed, watercolour, 13.5 x 21.5 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £150 - £250

44 MICHAEL ANGELO ROOKER A.R.A. (1743-1801) ‘SOUTH GATE, GREAT YARMOUTH’

pencil and grey wash, signed reverse, inscribed lower right. 16 x 21.5 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £120 - £180

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45 AFTER EL GUERCINO, CONTINENTAL 17TH CENTURY LA CATEDRA DI S PIETRO (THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. PETER)

etching, inscribed lower centre. 40 x 28.5cm, together with a reproduction print after Tiepolo (2) PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £100 - £200

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46 † JOE SCARBOROUGH (B.1938) CORNER SHOP AND STREET SCENE, SHEFFIELD

Oil on canvas, signed bottom left, dated 1971. (Verso- cinema scene oil) 45 x 70 cm, PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £400 - £600

47 THOMAS HEARNE (1744-1817) FIGURES AND A CART NEAR A RUINED TOWER

pencil with grey and brown wash, 14.5 x 20 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £100 - £200

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ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL OWEN (1768-1857) FISHING BOAT AT ANCHOR

JAMES SEYMOUR (1702-1752) ‘FULL CRY’

ANTHONY VANDYKE COPLEY FIELDING RWS (1787-1855) A HIGHLAND LOCH

watercolour, 23 x 25.5 cm

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Sticker for Chichester galleries ltd. Belfast. Attributed to Samuel Owen by Christies 1969 £120 - £180

pencil, ink and watercolour, 31 x 51 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £200 - £300

50 F.C. LEWIS (1779-1856) BRITISH LATE 18TH- 19TH CENTURY, AFTER THOMAS GIRTIN THE WATERMILL ABOVE THE BRIDGE AT CHARENTON

watercolour, 23.3 x 33.4 cm (I)

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Sticker verso for Sotheby’s 18th and 19th Century Drawings and Watercolours 8th October 1970 Sticker of authenticity to Copley Fielding dated 1925 £200 - £300

Aquatint print, from the series Twenty Views of Paris, published 1803, 15 x 28 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £70 - £100

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JOHN ‘WARWICK’ SMITH (1749-1831) A GENERAL VIEW OF ROME, NEAR THE PORTA DEL POPOLO, 1780

CLAUDE GELLEE (CALLED LE LORRAIN) CONTINENTAL 17TH CENTURY (1600-1682)

JOHN WHITE ABBOTT (1763-1851) AT FORDLAND, DEVON

pencil and watercolour. Inscribed top centre, signed and inscribed on reverse, 13.8 x 27 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £100 - £200

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a pair of etchings, Le Dessinateur, etching, 12.5 x 17.5 cm and Le Pont de Bois, etching, 12.5 x 19 cm (2) PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £200 - £400

JOHN ‘WARWICK’ SMITH (1749-1831) INSCRIBED TOP RIGHT ‘ROME, NEAR THE PORTA DEL POPOLO, 1780’

56 ANTHONY DEVIS (1729-1816) LAKE LANDSCAPE WITH TREES AND HUTS

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Previously sold at Christies English Drawings and Watercolours 19th October 1971 £150 - £250

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £100 - £200

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PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Thomas Agnews 1976 £100 - £200

watercolour; pencil, grey and blue washes, 27 x 39 cm

watercolour on paper, 12.5 x 27 cm

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watercolour; pen and grey wash. Figure studies verso, 16.3 x 11cm

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57 FRED LAWSON (1888-1968) A PAIR OF LINOCUTS, BOLTON CASTLE

signed bottom right, titled bottom left, 15 x 15 cm and A. Dale’s Kitchen, Wensleydale, signed bottom left, Inscribed verso ‘Good wishes from Murial and Sonia Lawson’, 17.6 x 23 cm (2) PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £100 - £200

58 F.J.ALDRIDGE (1850 - £1933) FISHING BOATS, SHOREHAM HARBOUR

watercolour, 17 x 25 cm

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Previously exhibited at the Royal Academy, London £120 - £180

59 FRANCIS NICHOLSON (1753-1844) CAYTON CLIFF MILL, NEAR SCARBOROUGH

watercolour, Includes original catalogue on reverse. Signed lower right, 23.5 x 34 cm Includes original catalogue on reverse

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JOOST-VINCENT DE VOS (1829-1875) DOG BY ANOTHER HAND

ROBERT HILLS (1769-1844) A COW WITH HER CALF NEAR A COTTAGE

FRED LAWSON (1888-1968) REDMERE FEAST

drawing in crayon on coloured paper, 13.5 x 21 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £150 - £250

61 SIR GEORGE CLAUSEN RA (1852-1944) LANDSCAPE WITH HAYSTACKS

pencil and watercolour on paper. 26 x 35.5cm On reverse, a study of a head in profile in grey wash PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £150 - £250

signed, titled and dated 23rd September 1960, watercolour, pen and ink, 22.4 x 29 cm PROVENANCE: Pemberton Collection. Comes with Retrospective Exhibition CatalogueMiddlesborough Art Gallery £200 - £300

pastel; coloured chalk, heightened with white on buff paper, signed bottom right, 20 x 30 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Includes original Sotheby’s sale catalogue 1972 on back £500 - £700

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WENCESLAUS (WENZEL) HOLLAR (1607-1677) WESTMINISTER HALL

WILLIAM CALLOW (1812-1908) ‘LE PONT NEUF, PARIS’

FRED LAWSON (1888-1968) COWS IN BYRE

watercolour, signed lower right. Inscribed reverse ‘Royal Academy London. April- July ‘72’, 26 x 50.5 cm Signed lower right Inscribed reverse ‘Royal Academy London. April- July ‘72’

etching on laid paper. Inscribed top centre, inscribed bottom left ‘Fecit 1647’, 14.3 x 28.5 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £70 - £100

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £200 - £400

watercolour, signed and dated 1918, 26.3 x 36.6 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £250 - £350

67 WILLIAM WESTALL (1781-1850) BRITISH 20TH CENTURY. NEW BAILEY BRIDGE, MANCHESTER

pencil and watercolour. 9 x 14 cm, and an engraving by John Roffe, published by Charles Tilt in ‘Great Britain Illustrated’. (2) PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £70 - £100

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ANTHONY DEVIS (1729-1816) A PAIR OF WATERCOLOURS, NEAR BLARITH BRIDGE, FURNACE FELLS

AFTER ALBRECHT DURER (1471-1528) JOACHIM AND THE ANGEL FROM THE LIFE OF THE VIRGIN

JOSHUA CRISTALL (1769-1847) COTTAGE AT THE NOOK, NEAR AMBLESIDE

Watercolour; grey ink and colour wash on J Whatman laid paper, 30.5 x 43.3 cm and Vejer de la Frontera, Spain. InscriptionVejer about 20 miles from Gibraltar. Watercolour; grey ink and colour wash on J Whatman laid paper, 30.5 x 43.3 cm (2) PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Previously sold at Sotheby’s Important 18th and 19th century English Drawings and Watercolours 15th July 1976 £400 - £600

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woodcut after 1511, 30 x 20.7cm (PL)

PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection. Previously sold at Sotheby’s Old Master Engravings 9th October 1970. Sticker versoChichester galleries ltd, Belfast £200 - £300

Pencil, grey and brown wash, inscribed on reverse. 14.2 x 22.7 cm PROVENANCE: The Pemberton Collection £200 - £300

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GERTRUDE DEMAINHAMMOND (1862-1952) A FREIZE OF ETRUSCAN WOMEN

signed lower right, dated with roman numerals 1889, watercolour, 79 x 30cm (height at the highest vertical point)

NOTES: Demain-Hammond exhibited at the Royal Academy annual exhibition between 1886 and 1903. She had a studio at 2 St Paul’s Studios, Kensington, London £600 - £800

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A PLAN OF THE FORT AND CANTONMENT OF BELGAUM, SURVEYED NOVEMBER 1859 BY CAPTAIN J J POLLEXFEN V A Q M 1/S DEPT

FLORENCE HANNAM (EXH.1887-1906) PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF ESME COLLINGS

BRITISH SCHOOL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF ALEX FRASER TYTLER (EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY LAWYER AND LECTURER)

scale of 200 yards to an inch, pen and ink on canvas sheet, signed in ink and dated 17th April 1861, 69.5 x 91cm (SH) NOTES: Pollexfen produced the map for the Quarter-Master General of Bombay General Robert Phayre (1820-1897). Belgaum had a strategically important location and was a significant garrison town FOOTNOTE: The map was acquired by the vendors grandfather while serving in the British army in India £800 - £1,200

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signed and inscribed, 6cm high, together with two Edwardian miniatures of young ladies signed Rafel, by a different hand (3) £70 - £100

head and shoulders with a blue coat and white stock, 7cm high, together with a late 18th century portrait miniature of an English gentleman, 3.5cm high, an early 19th century portrait miniature of a young gentleman wearing a white stock and a black jacket, 6cm high and a further six 19th and early 20th century portrait miniatures by different hands (9) £100 - £200

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75 BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG GENTLEMAN

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wearing a white stock and blue coat, 5.5cm high, together with three further miniatures by different hands (4) £100 - £200

76 BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG LADY

half length wearing a white dress and head band, 6.5cm high, together with a further seven 19th and early 20th century minitures by different hands (8) £120 - £180

77 BRITISH SCHOOL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN

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head and shoulders wearing a blue jacket and white stock, 8cm high, together with a mixed collection of minatures and silhouettes (quantity) £100 - £200

78 AFTER RICHARD COSWAY ENGRAVING WITH HAND COLOURING

bears signature in ink, Paul Vacani label verso, 16cm high £100 - £200

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Lots 79 to 86 were originally in a collection belonging to the Reverend John Henry Robertson Sumner (1821-1910) and his second wife Elizabeth Anne Sumner (1830- 1907). Rev. Sumner was the son of John Bird Sumner, who was Archbishop of Canterbury between 1848-1862. He was born in Durham and a fellow of the University, moving around much during the course of his life, later settling in the area of Grasmere, Westmoreland. The Sumners were part of a prominent social circle and patrons of arts, counting John Ruskin among personal friends; a collection of their letters and papers, including letters from Ruskin were sold at Bonhams in 2019. (NB see lot 85, Gibson was the maiden name of Mrs Elizabeth Anne Sumner, the artists John and E A Gibson could likely have been relatives)

79 A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY SKETCHBOOKS AND FOLIO OF RURAL AND TOWN SCENES OF THE LAKE DISTRICT AND OTHER NORTHEN VIEWS

Includes a sketchbook of pencil sketches of Lake District views some initialled E.A.S., together with two further sketchbooks and a folder of Lake District prints. Notable places include Bewick Hall, Wakefield, Grasmere (dated 1877) Rydal Falls, Kelbarrow, Richmond Castle (quantity) £80 - £120

80 A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY WATERCOLOURS DEPICTING LANDSCAPES AND MONUMENTS FROM THE THAMES VALLEY

contained within a sketchbook. Includes notable places such as Eton College and Windsor Castle. Unframed works measuring 21 x 32 cm (1) £100 - £200

81 A FOLIO OF SKETCHES AND WATERCOLOURS BY D. THOMAS (LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY) WITH ORIGINAL SALE RECEIPTS TO MISS M.L. SUMNER (MARGARET LILIAS)

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dated 1901 and 1902 Includes a number of charcoal and pencil portrait sketches, and watercolour and pencil studies of flora and fauna. Folio measures 40.5 x 28 cm £100 - £200

82 COLLECTION OF BRITISH 19TH CENTURY SCRAPBOOKS, FOLIOS, PHOTOGRAPHS AND DRAWINGS

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Includes the designs for the grave monument of Rev. John Henry Robertson Sumner and his wife Elizabeth Anne Sumner, a watercolour copy of a Rubens self-portrait, watercolour of HMS Cornwallis, signed photograph of the composer Sir George Martin, a group of Continental prints depicting Venice and Belgium dated 1932 and 1934 by the same hand. Further folios contain reproduction prints of renaissance art, watercolours and sketches by an unknown hand, and early 20th century theatre photographs. A Quantity, various sizes (quantity) £100 - £200

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83 FIVE 19TH CENTURY WATERCOLOUR LANDSCAPES OF HISTORICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL INTEREST BY AN UNKNOWN HAND

Palmyra: watercolour on paper, dated 16th May 1863. Mounted, measurements 18.3 x 26.4 cm Jerusalem from the North, Mountains of Moab: watercolour on paper, dated 11th April 1863. Mounted, measurements 18.2 x 26.2 cm Karnak: watercolour on paper, dated 6th February 1863. Mounted, measurements 18.3 x 26.4 cm The Khazneh, Petra: watercolour on paper, dated 21st March 1863. Mounted, measurements 26 x 18 cm Baalbek: watercolour on paper, dated 30th May 1863. Mounted, measurements 18 x 26 cm (5) £80 - £120

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84 TWO 19TH CENTURY FOLIOS AND A SMALL SKETCHBOOK CONTAINING A COLLECTION OF SKETCHES AND WATERCOLOURS OF CONTINENTAL SCENES IN ITALY, SWITZERLAND AND BAVARIA

by an unknown hand. Includes a quantity of grand tour style continental landscapes and classical ruins. Some sketches are signed and titled, various sizes. Notable locations include; The Temple of Neptune (Hera) in Paestum, Italy, Piza, Bavaria, Caen, Strasburg, Bamburg, Lucerne, Lake Geneva and Goschenen. Large folios measurements 50 x 36cm and 46.5 x 30.5cm, small sketchbook 13.5 x 18.5 cm (quantity) £70 - £100

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85 A GROUP OF SKETCHES AND WATERCOLOUR PAINTINGS OF SCOTTISH LANDSCAPES BY JOHN GIBSON AND E.A. GIBSON (MID 19TH CENTURY)

Two sketchbooks containing signed pencil sketches of Scottish lochs, castles and humerous cartoon images by John Gibson, dated 1848, one sketchbook containing pencil portraits and watercolours by E.A. Gibson. A loose group of Scottish landscape watercolours dated September 1854. Includes sketches and paintings of Lochs Leven, Achray, Katrine and Duich and the castles of Taymouth, Dunderave, Stirling and Kilchurn (4) £80 - £120

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A COLLECTION OF BRITISH 19TH CENTURY WATERCOLOURS

GRAHAM SUTHERLAND (1903-1980) NATURAL FORMS

including a collection within a complete sketchbook, depicting monuments and landscapes from across England and Wales. Various sizes, unframed, by an unknown hand. Notable locations include the cathedrals at Durham, York, Beverley, Wells, Fountains Abbey, Windermere, Ullswater, Dovedale, St. Albans and castles at Caerphilly and Chepstow. Includes one large sketchbook containing watercolour landscapes measuring 30 x 43cm and 11 loose watercolour paintings and pencil drawings (quantity) £100 - £200

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signed lower right, numbered 43/75, lithograph, 54 x 51cm (SH) £500 - £700

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THEOPHILE STEINLEN (1859-1923) L’ADIEU 1915

SIR HENRY GEORGE RUSHBURY RA (1889-1968) STIRLING CASTLE

GRAHAM SUTHERLAND (1903-1980) SEA WALL

lithograph, signed in pencil in the margin lower right and number 92/100, inscribed with title, 54 x 40cm (I) £250 - £350

signed in pencil, etching, 20 x 29.5cm (PL) £100 - £200

signed, inscribed with title and dated 26 V 39, lithograph, 39 x 29cm (SH) £500 - £700

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92 91 JOHN HALL THORPE (18741947). ‘OLD THATCH’ signed and inscribed with title, woodblock, 23.5 x 29cm (PL) £70 - £100

92 † LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976) ‘THE CROSSING’

signed in pencil lower right, Fine Art Trade Guild stamp, reproduction print, 44 x 58cm (I) £600 - £800

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SAMUEL FULTON (1855-1941) PORTRAIT OF A KING CHARLES SPANIEL

STEVEN SCHOLES (B.1952) TITLED ‘ST. SAVIOURS DOCKS, BERMONDSEY, LONDON’

JOHN TRICKETT (B.1953) ‘WORKING LAB’

signed lower right, oil on canvas, 44 x 34cm £200 - £300

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dated 1958, signed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. Measurements 40.5 x 50.5 cm £200 - £300

signed lower left, oil on canvas, 61 x 76cm £800 - £1,200

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98 † ARCHIBALD RUSSELL WATSON ALLAN RSA (1878-1959) PLOUGHTEAM

signed lower left, oil on canvas, 73 x 90cm £2,000 - £3,000

99 JOHN ERNEST AITKEN (1881-1957) A DUTCH RIVER LANDSCAPE

signed lower left, watercolour, 37 x 44cm £200 - £400

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STEVEN SCHOLES (B.1952) TITLED ‘ALBERT SQUARE, MANCHESTER’

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STEVEN SCHOLES (B.1952) TITLED ‘SALFORD CENTRAL STATION, CHAPEL STREET, SALFORD’

BRITISH SCHOOL, LATE 19TH CENTURY WEST COUNTRY FISHING HARBOUR

dated 1962. Oil on canvas, signed lower right, framed. Measurements 40 x 50 cm £250 - £350

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bears signature ‘S A Forbes’ lower right, 30 x 45cm £200 - £300

dated 1962, signed bottom right, oil on canvas, framed. Measurements 45.8 x 61 cm £250 - £350

101 JOHN ERNEST AITKEN (1881-1957) ON KATWIJK DUNES, SOUTH HOLLAND

signed lower left, watercolour, 33 x 49cm £200 - £400

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102 AIR VICE MARSHAL NORMAN HOAD (1923-2014) SHIRE HORSES AT A COUNTRY FAIR

signed lower right, oil on canvas, 50 x 73cm NOTES: Norman Hoad was shot down on the night of the 14th October 1944 in a Lancaster over Nazi Germany. He was taken prisoner and spent the rest of the war at Stalag Luft III until, along with thousands of other allied POWs, he was marched eastwards as the allies advanced. He was eventually liberated in May 1945. Post war he elected to stay in the RAF and enjoyed an illustrious career. On retirement in 1978 he pursued a successful career as an aviation and animal artist. He founded the Guild of Aviation Artists alongside David Shepherd and Frank Wootton £200 - £300

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104 103 † GEORGE MELVIN RENNIE (1874-1953) LOCH AVON

signed lower right, inscibed verso with title, oil on canvas, 73 x 94cm £500 - £700

104 JOHN ERNEST AITKEN (1881-1957) HOORN, NORTH HOLLAND

signed lower left, watercolour, 36 x 44 cm £200 - £400

105 THOMAS HICKEY (1741-1824) PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG BOY WITH AYAH

oil on canvas, 136.5 x 167cm

PROVENANCE: Christie’s, London, 23rd June 1978, as by ‘Robert Ker Porter’, provenance given as ‘Lane’, Christie’s, London 17th June 1998, lot 129, as by Thomas Hickey; English private collection. Additional footnotes available £4,000 - £6,000

106 STEVEN SCHOLES (B.1952) BRITISH CONTEMPORARY TITLED ‘FLEET STREET’

signed lower right, dated 1958, framed, oil on canvas. Measurements 59.8 x 50 cm £250 - £350

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BRITISH SCHOOL, EARLY 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL HOLDING A FRUITBOWL

FOLLOWER OF JOHN CROME (NORWICH, 1768-1821) MOUSEHOLD HEATH, NEAR NORWICH

AFTER SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK (1599-1641), THE CHILDREN OF CHARLES I

oil on canvas, 76.5 x 63.3 cm £1,000 - £2,000

with two figures on a track near a windmill, the city beyond, oil on canvas, 74 x 107cm £200 - £300

oil on canvas, 63 x 71cm £800 - £1,200

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DUTCH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY WINTER RIVER SCENE

J. STONE, (BRITISH SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY) TWO HUNTING SCENES

signed indistinctly lower right, oil on board, 23.5 x 33.8 cm £800 - £1,200

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oil on boards, 16 x 31.5 cm and 15.5 x 31.5 cm (2) £500 - £700

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AFTER REMBRANDT HARMENSZ. VAN RIJN THE CARD PLAYERS

JAMES CRAWFORD THOM (1835-1898) ‘COLLECTING WOOD’

oil on canvas, 119 x 94cm

PROVENANCE: Previously in a collection at Trawsgoed Mansions, Trawsgoed, Ceredigion. There is a version of this painting in the National Gallery collection

signed lower right, oil on panel, 55 x 39cm £600 - £800

NOTES: This painting is hung in a heavy 19th century gilt composite frame £1,500 - £2,500

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114 BRITISH SCHOOL, 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF SIR THOMAS GRESHAM (1519-1579)

oil on canvas, 46.7 x 38 cm Sticker Verso- Simon Gillespie StudioConservation and Restoration of Fine Art

NOTES: Sir Thomas Gresham (1519-1579) was an English merchant and financier during the Tudor period, serving King Edward VI (1547-1553) Queen Mary I (1553-1558) and Queen Elizabeth I (1558-1603). He served as a merchant in the Low Countries, from his base in Antwerp and later founded the Royal Exchange in the city of London in 1565. Gresham’s law “bad money drives out good” takes its name from him, based upon his petitioning of Queen Elizabeth to restore the debased currency of Englandbut is a term later attributed to him £2,000 - £3,000

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115 ATTRIBUTED TO BENJAMIN WEST (1738-1820), PORTRAIT OF HENRY MIDDLETON

Half length seated wearing a yellow waistcoat and blue jacket, oil on canvas, framed. Measurements 77.9 x 64.5 cm Sticker verso- Phillip Mould Ltd, London Two pencil inscriptions verso- A.J. Chamfield and H. Crawford Esq NOTES: Benjamin West (1738-1820) was born in Pennsylvania and established himself as a portrait artist before completing a ‘Grand Tour’ across Europe and arriving in the UK in 1763. He quickly acquired valuable patronage and became a leading portrait painter after impressing King George III. He was appointed the Historical Painter to Court and the Surveyor of the King’s Pictures. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Royal Academy and became its second President. He later completed many religious compositions and remained in England for the rest of his life £3,000 - £5,000

116 BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY MOONLIT LANDSCAPE

signed indistinctly lower right, dated 1837, oil on canvas, 35.5 x 45.5 cm £300 - £500

117 FRANCOISE ANTOINE BOSSUET, BELGIAN SCHOOL BRUSSELS

signed and dated 1848, inscribed verso, oil on panel, 34 x 25cm £150 - £250

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118 NORWICH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) LANDSCAPE, POSSIBLY SKYLINE OF SALISBURY

oil on canvas, unframed. Measurements 56.2 x 81 cm. Sticker verso for Phillip Mould Ltd, London, and Tomkins. Pencil inscription verso 30.8.99 £1,500 - £2,000

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EDWIN STEELE (1837-1898) STILL LIFE OF FRUIT AND FLOWERS IN VASES ON A MARBLE LEDGE

BRITISH SCHOOL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES AND ANIMALS ON A FERRY

signed lower right and dated 1898, oil on canvas, 90 x 72cm £300 - £500

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signed with initials ‘W K’ and dated 1822 lower right, oil on canvas, 30 x 41cm £150 - £250

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121 WILLEM GEETS (1838-1919) EMPEROR CHARLES V AND BARBARA BLOMBERG

signed lower left, oil on panel, 88 x 65cm

NOTES: Willem Geets (1838-1919) was a Belgian painter who trained under Nicaise de Keyser at the Antwerp Academy and later with Leon Cogniet in Paris. In 1869 he became the Director of the Mechelen Academy where he remained until 1891. Geets is best known for his historical paintings of scenes from the Spanish Netherlands, the life of Emperor Charles V as well as Burgundian and Roman era compositions. A monument to him stands in the city of Mechelen £8,000 - £12,000

122 JOHN CHARLES TUNNARD THE DEVIL’S LEAP, RIVER CONISH, PERTHSHIRE

signed and dated lower right, inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 52 x 61cm £100 - £200

123 CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY MADONNA HEAD AND SHOULDERS oil on copper, 24 x 19cm £300 - £500

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ITALIAN SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY LAKE SCENE WITH COTTAGES

indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 68 x 100cm £200 - £400

125 FRED CARLTON (BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY) VILLAGE SCENE WITH YOUNG GIRL FEEDING CHICKENS

signed lower right, oil on canvas, 51 x 77cm £600 - £800

126 MANNER OF CLAUDE LORRAIN (1600-1682) SEAPORT AT SUNSET

oil on canvas, 47 x 65cm £1,500 - £2,500

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127 A.DE ANDRIES PAIR OF PORTRAITS OF GENTLEMEN IN LATE 17TH CENTURY COSTUME

both signed, oils on canvas, each 34 x 26cm (2) £400 - £600

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OSCAR KLEINEH (1846-1919) SCHOONER IN A ROUGH SEA

CHARLES JONES (1836-1892) MOVING HOME

FOLLOWER OF SIR ANTHONY VAN DYCK (1599-1641), PORTRAIT OF A 17TH CENTURY GENTLEMAN, HEAD AND SHOULDERS

signed with initials ‘O K’, oil on panel, 16.5 x 25cm £100 - £200

signed with monogram lower right, oil on canvas, 51 x 77cm £1,200 - £1,800

oil on panel, 31 x 24.5 cm £350 - £450

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JAMES WEBB (1825-1895) STRAND ON THE GREEN

EDMUND JOHN NIEMANN (1813-1876) BRITISH 19TH CENTURY, ‘BITING TIME’

BRITISH SCHOOL, LATE 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GENTLEMAN

oil on canvas, 37 x 55cm

NOTES: Agnews gallery label verso £2,000 - £3,000

132 BRITISH SCHOOL, LATE 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF AN 18TH CENTURY GENTLEMAN

signed lower right, dated 1846, oil on canvas, framed. Measurements 45 x 60.5 cm NOTES: Exhibited at the Royal Academy 1846, no. 318, Sticker verso for Spenser S.A. Fine Paintings Old and Modern Masters £1,200 - £1,800

head and shoulders with powdered hair and wearing a green jacket and white stock, oil on panel, 21 x 17cm £300 - £500

head and shoulders wearing a wig, embroidered waistcoat and black jacket, oil on canvas, 61 x 46 cm £300 - £500

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WILLIAM SHAYER SNR (1787-1879) GYPSY ENCAMPMENT

HERMANN SCHAFER A PAIR OF CITY SCENES TITLED ‘ULM’ AND ‘ANTWERP’

CARL BRENNIR (1850 - £1920) LINGERING LIGHT NEAR KEMPSEY

oil on canvas, 74 x 61cm

NOTES: William Shayer was an English landscape and figure painter from Southampton. He is best known for his portrayals of woodland scenes with gypsies, animals and figures in and around rural buildings. He was largely self-taught and often collaborated with Edward Charles Williams as well as his son William Shayer junior who was also a successful painter. Shayer exhibited regularly, including the Royal Academy, British Institute and Suffolk Street Gallery of the Society of British Artists £5,000 - £7,000

oils on canvas, each 39 x 28cm (2) £300 - £500

137 BRITISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY FIGURES ON A WOODLAND TRACK

oil on canvas, 46 x 54cm £200 - £300

signed lower left, oil on canvas, 51 x 76cm £600 - £800

139 EDWARD CHARLES WILLIAMS (1807-1881) FAMILY SEATED ON THE EDGE OF A CORN FIELD BESIDE A RIVER WITH A COTTAGE BEYOND AT DUSK

signed lower right, oil on canvas, 61 x 107cm £1,000 - £2,000

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140 BRITISH SCHOOL, 18TH CENTURY SHIP OF THE LINE AT ANCHOR WITH OTHER ROYAL NAVAL VESSELS

oil on canvas, 84 x125cm £400 - £600

141 BRITISH SCHOOL, LATE 18TH CENTURY, CATTLE WATERING BESIDE A RIVER watercolour, 42 x 61cm £200 - £400

142 WILLIAM PAYNE (1760 - £1830) BRITISH, 18TH-19TH CENTURY 3 WATERCOLOUR LANDSCAPES, TO INCLUDE:

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Knowlton Church, Dorset watercolour, unframed. Measurements 9 x 14.4 cm Travellers Heading for the Ferry over the Dart Estuary signed verso, watercolour, unframed. Measurements 18.9 x 25.4 cm Rame Head, Cornwall signed bottom right and titled, also signed verso, unframed. Measurements 18.9 x 25.4 cm (3) £350 - £450

143 JOHN VARLEY (1778-1842) OWS, BRITISH 18THEARLY 19TH CENTURY COASTAL CASTLE

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watercolour on paper. Mounted and framed. Measurements 10.7 x 14.5 cm NOTES: John Varley (1778-1842) OWS was a British late 18th - early 19th century watercolourist and astrologer. Born in Hackey, he studied under Joseph Charles Barrow whom he joined for a sketching trip to Peterborough, which subsequently launched his artistic career. Varley was a close friend of William Blake, with whom he collaborated on the book Visionary Heads 1819-1820, and was related to the artists Cornelius Varley and William Mulready. He was a regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy before becoming a founding member of the Old Watercolour Society (OWS) £100 - £200

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144 ROBERT DIGHTON (1752-1814) TWO PORTRAITS

George Child 5th Earl of Jersey (1773-1859) side profile astride a horse Titled and inscribed verso, mounted and framed. Measurements 16.3 x 11.3 cm Lord Vivian dated 1857, profile pose, signed verso, watercolour, framed. Measurements 17.5 x 13.5 cm (2) NOTES: Robert Dighton (1752-1814) was a British portrait painter, printmaker and cariacaturist. The son of a printseller, Dighton began acting and singing in plays whilst studying at the Royal Academy. By the 1970s he was publishing successful satirical political cariacatures. He ran a print shop in Charing Cross until a scandal in 1806 forced him to shut down when it was revealed he had stolen a number of prints from the British Museum and sold them on £100 - £200

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145 GODEFROY DURAND (1832-1896) RELIGIOUS PROCESSION

signed lower right, pen and ink, 30 x 45cm £120 - £180

146 TWO SKETCH BOOKS DATING TO THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY, DURING BRITISH RULE, BY M. MURRAY

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Containing watercolour botanical studies of local flora around the mountainous regions of Northern India and Pakistan. Each botanical study is accompanied by handwritten annotations, notes and dates. Notable locations include Pahalgam, Sarwall Pass, Sonamani, Qadian, Zojila Pass and Sinthan Top, around the regions of Jamu and Kashmir, India. Areas in Pakistan include Rama Lake, Astore in Gilgit-Baltistan and the Kamri Valley. Sketchbook measurements 17.5 x 24.6 cm and 18.5 x 26.6cm (2) £80 - £120

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147 A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY WATERCOLOURS TO INCLUDE

William Leighton Leach (1804-1883) RI British 19th century Mountain scene with watering cattle, Watercolour, mounted and framed. Measurements 9 x 16.3 cm. Together with a 19th century watercolour of the Forum Romana in Rome, with the Collosseum visible at the background, indistinctly signed bottom right, mounted and framed. Measurements 14.5 x 29 cm, a 19th Century watercolour of Kenilworth Castle ruins, indistinctly signed bottom left, mounted and framed. Measurements 25.9 x 42.6 cm and a 19th Century watercolour, Grouse in flight over a moor, mounted and framed. Measurements 15.8 x 14.2 cm. (4)

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NOTES: William Leighton Leach (1804-1883) RI was a Scottish landscape watercolour painter and illustrator. Leach learned to draw with David MacNee, starting his career as a scene painter for the Theatre Royal in Glasgow and Queens Theatre in London. After moving to London he received lessons from Copley Fielding and befriended fellow artists David Robs and Clarkson Stanfield. He travelled across the Continent and completed a painting tour with Hungarian painter Miklos Barabas. Leach was elected to the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours and served as Vice Principal. He was appointed as Drawing Master to Queen Victoria and served the royal family for 22 years £100 - £200

ATTRIBUTED TO SIR JOHN ALFRED ARNESBY BROWN (1866-1955) RA INITIALLED A.B., TITLED ‘BATHWICH SCHOOLS’ watercolour, mounted and framed. Measurements 12.3 x 15 (i)

NOTES: Sir John Alfred Arnesby Brown RA was born in Nottingham in 1866, studying at the Nottingham School of Art and Bushey School of Art. He was a successful impressionist painter, known to be one of the leading landscape artists of the 20th Century. He received a knighthood in 1938 and continued to paint professionally until blindness forced him to retire shortly before his death £80 - £120

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149 THOMAS SHOTTER BOYES (1803-1874) PARISIAN STREET SCENE - PORTE SAINT DENIS watercolour, unframed. Measurements 21 x 15cm £400 - £600

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WILLIAM HENRY BARNARD (1769-1818) BRITISH 18TH CENTURY TWO WATERCOLOURS

‘Gateway with Soldier’, watercolour grey wash, mounted and framed. Stickers verso including auction numbers and a gallery sticker for Sabin Galleries Ltd. Measurements 11.7 x 15.4 cm ‘The Mills at Funchal’, watercolour, pencil and grey wash. Also inscribed verso, mounted and framed. Stickers verso including auction numbers and a gallery sticker for Sabin Galleries Ltd. Measurements 16.8 x 27.8 cm (2) NOTES: Rev. William Henry Barnard (17691818) was an 18th century artist and clergyman. He was well connected as cousin to Prime Minister George Canning as well as being related to the Bishops of Derry and Limerick. He graduated from Pembroke College in Oxford, studying drawing under John Baptist Malchair. He is known for his watercolours in black and grey shades, travelling around the Continent and Wales to paint. His work is represented in a number of important collections including the Tate £80 - £120

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ATTRIBUTED TO PETER LA CAVE (CONTINENTAL 18TH CENTURY) UNFINISHED PAINTING CATTLE IN A STABLE

Watercolour, mounted and framed. Measurements 22.8 x 30.5 cm NOTES: Peter la Cave was baptised in Amsterdam, the Netherlands in 1769, probably born to a French family living in Holland. He was a painter famous for rustic figures and landscapes in the Bergham tradition. He visited the UK between 1789-1812 painting locations around Southern England, including around Wilton where he was imprisoned during 1811. A friend and influence of Julius Caesar Ibbetson. Much of the details of his life are unknown, but he is reknowned for his depictions of cattle £70 - £100

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153 152 THOMAS ELLISON (1862-1952) BEECH TREES BESIDE A STREAM IN WINTER

signed lower left, watercolour, 49 x 60cm £200 - £400

153 JAMES STINTON (1870 - £1961) A PAIR OF WATERCOLOURS DEPICTING PHEASANTS AND GROUSE

each signed, 12 x 6.5cm (2) £100 - £200

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ATTRIBUTED TO FRANCIS WHEATLEY RA (1747-1801) BRITISH 18TH CENTURY FIGURES BEFORE A FIRE

ANGLO/INDIAN SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY A COLLECTION OF FIVE WATERCOLOURS OF INDIAN VILLAGES BY A BRITISH HAND

watercolour on paper, framed. Sticker verso for Ellis & Smith Print Sellers, London. Measurements 31 x 23.1 cm £80 - £120

these are possibly in a Northern Indian highland setting, various sizes, (5) £80 - £120

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156 ALPHONSE MOREL (19TH CENTURY) ARCADIAN CITY VIEW

signed lower right and dated ‘40, gouache, 22.5 x 34cm £70 - £100

156 157 EDMUND MORISON WIMPERIS (1835-1900) BRITISH 19TH CENTURY ESTUARY SCENE with cattle watering, initialled EMW bottom left, watercolour, mounted and framed. Measurements 23.8 x 34 cm

NOTES: Edmund Morison Wimperis (18351900) was a British wood engraver and watercolour painter born in Chester. He was apprenticed to a wood engraver who trained under Myles Birket Foster and Mason Jackson. He began painting professionally in watercolours from his late thirties, joining and then becoming elected Vice Principal of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours. He often painted with friend Thomas Collier and is best known for his landscapes £70 - £100

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A PAIR OF CHINESE CLOISONNÉ BUFFALO VESSELS

Qing Dynasty Sold: £1,550

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SPECIALIST’S INSIGHTS Today, many people are celebrity obsessed. Whether it’s the Royals or the Kardashians; magazines, newspapers and social media platforms are constantly talking about people in the spotlight. Actors, musicians and reality stars are obvious candidates for this status but there are also a plethora of people, not in the entertainment business, who qualify for this title.

In the world of silver and jewellery you’d be hard-pressed to find somebody that has not heard of Liberty’s Cymric range. Beginning in 1899, Liberty employed a collection of designers, that included Oliver Baker, Arthur Gaskin, Rex Silver and of course Archibald Knox to create high quality silverware inspired by ancient Celtic designs combined with the Arts and Crafts movement.

auction we are thrilled to be offering three lots retailed by this celebrated name. The first, lot 205, is a silver clock case hallmarked Birmingham 1909. Despite the fact it does not house the clock movement it is still desirable due to its pedigree. Lot 234; a four handled silver bowl dated 1901, exhibits the iconic hammered finish seen in many Liberty pieces. It is also set with four hardstone cabochons; another trend favoured by the designers. Lastly, lot 247, is a silver mounted hat pin. It’s the most conservative of the three in price, however, it comes with its original Liberty & Co box which is arguably just as desirable!

When offered for sale items bearing this famous stamp are always popular. In this

Keeping with the Arts and Crafts theme, we are also offering for auction a chalcedony

Designers, scientists, mathematicians, historians, the list is potentially endless. In short, if you are one of the best in your field, you will become a ‘celebrity’ to those who are passionate about the subject.

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and moonstone set necklace by renowned jeweller Sibyl Dunlop. Although not a household name like Cartier or Tiffany, to jewellery enthusiasts, historians and collectors, Dunlop is highly revered. Born in 1889, Dunlop sold her pieces through the 1920’s and 30’s from her workshop located at 69 Kensington Church Street, London. Her signature style was inspired by the recent Arts and Crafts movement and she was known for her used of stones such as amethyst, agate, moonstone and opals primarily cut ‘en cabochon’. Lot 295 demonstrates perfectly Dunlop’s incredible eye for design and beauty. In my opinion, the word ‘celebrity’ is over used in today’s society. Meaning ‘to be celebrated’ In the past, it often described individuals who were icons in their field and known to the masses because of it. Today, it seems all you have to do it appear on television for 5 minutes. The ‘celebrities’ of this auction will continue to be known and admired for their contribution to design and fashion for hundreds of years to come, unlike a majority of the people we see in magazines today.


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A SILVER PRESENTATION SALVER

Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1957 of shaped square form, the centre engraved ‘Presented to R.G. Corbett by the Directors of Tarmac Limited upon his retirement...31st March 1958’, together with facsimile signatures, raised on four scroll feet, 37cm wide, weight approx 53.1oz £400 - £600

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171 A VICTORIAN NOVELTY SILVER SAW

Hirons & Plante, London 1867 with turned ivory loop handle, 17.5cm long, presented within box, the underside with ‘Chas.W. Kennard & Co Boston’ label £150 - £250

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172 172 AN IMPRESSIVE VICTORIAN GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS SILVER VASE

London 1887 of tapered half wrythen embossed form with engraved crest, raised on spreading wrythen circular base, 43.5cm high, weight approx 53oz £2,000 - £3,000

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A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY NOVELTY SILVER CHAIR PIN CUSHIONS

AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY NOVELTY SILVER RING BOX

AN EARLY VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED AMBER FLASHED GLASS CLARET JUG

John Round, Sheffield 1911 each modelled as a Hepplewhite style corner salon chair with bowed back rail over triple lathe back splat with bell flower swag and ribbon seat rails on three tapering legs, 9.5cm high (2) £400 - £600

John Round, Sheffield 1911 modelled as a Hepplwhite style demi lune side table with bell flower swag and ribbon moulded frieze on four matching square tapering slender legs, the hinged cover opening to reveal compartmental interior, 10cm high £200 - £300

Charles Reily and George Storer, London 1844 the jug of squat globular form with etched foliate decoration, the embossed silver mount with floral topped finial and scroll handle, 24.5cm high £800 - £1,200

175 A SILVER MOUNTED HIP FLASK

James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1942 and 1947 the leather mounted glass flask with removable silver cup and silver twist and hinged cover, 14.5cm high £150 - £200

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AN EDWARDIAN SILVER NOVELTY LETTER OPENER

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER ‘FOX’ KNIFE RESTS

S Blanckensee & Sons, Chester 1908 the terminal naturalistically cast as an owl mask with glass set eyes, 24cm long, weight approx 4oz £250 - £350

William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1897 each naturalistically cast as running foxes and mounted to rectangular plaque base, 11cm wide, weight approx 8oz (2) £250 - £350

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A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER NOVELTY SALTS

A GEORGE IV SILVER SAUCE BOAT

Robert Harper, London 1867 each modelled as a coal scuttle, with matched scoop spoons, 6.5cm high, total weight approx 3oz £250 - £350

Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, London 1826 of typical form with gadrooned rim, acanthus leaf capped handle and raised on three stepped hoof feet, 12.5cm high, weight approx 10.7oz £100 - £200

A SILVER TRAY, MAPPIN & WEBB

Sheffield 1916 of elongated rectangular form with shaped rim, 40cm x 16cm, weight approx 21oz £200 - £300

182 AN EGYPTIAN SILVER ICE BUCKET

of tapering faceted form with decorative swing handle, 24cm high (including handle) together with a matching pair of silver ice tongs, total weight approx. 21.5oz (2) £200 - £300

183 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SILVER GILT BOX

of rectangular form with chased decoration, 8cm wide, weight approx 3.1oz £100 - £200

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184 A FIVE PIECE INDIAN SILVER TEA SERVICE

possibly Kutch comprising; a teapot, 14cm high, a two handled sugar bowl, 9cm high, a cream jug, 9cm high, a hexagonal biscuit box/caddy with domed cover, 20cm high and a canted rectangular casket with loop handle and raised on four out swept feet, 19cm wide, 11.5cm deep, 9cm high (excluding handle) each piece decorated throughout with scrolls and floral motifs, total weight approx 80oz (5) £1,000 - £1,500

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AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TWO HANDLED DISH

A PAIR OF MINIATURE SILVER ‘SPIRIT OF ECSTASY’ MODELS

Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1901 of circular form with swag decoration, pierced body and two entwined reeded loop handles with female mask embellishments, all raised on circular collet foot, 26.5cm diameter, 7.5cm high, weight approx 21.9oz £400 - £600

186 A HARLEQUIN COLLECTION OF KINGS PATTERN SILVER CUTLERY

comprising; five table forks, makers mark rubbed, London 1902, five dessert spoons, 1846, 1847 and 1903, six teaspoons, London and Edinburgh and six silver handled knives, Sheffield, total weighable silver approx 30oz (22) £300 - £500

G P S, London 1987 each with mounted lug, 2.7cm high, total weight approx 20.3g (2) £100 - £200

188 A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVIC

import mark for ‘HEG’, London 1925 each piece of oval half reeded form, comprising; a teapot with ebonised handle and finial, 15cm high, a two handled sugar bowl, 9cm high and a cream jug, 8.5cm high, together with a silver oval tray, Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1966, with pie crust rim and raised on four scroll feet, 35.5cm wide, total weight approx 54oz (4) £400 - £500

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Charles Edwards, London 1895 of half reeded form, 22.5cm high, weight approx 18.4oz £120 - £180

190 AN EGYPTIAN SILVER SALVER

of circular form with pie crust rim and shell and floral decorative border, 28.5cm diameter, weight approx. 21oz £150 - £200

191 A CASED PAIR OF ADAMS STYLE SILVER GILT PEPPER POTS

C S Harris & Sons Ltd, London 1909 each of pierced urn form with blue glass liner and raised on pedestal base, presented within original ‘Skinner & Co’ box, 9.5cm high £200 - £300

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A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER FRAMED SPECTACLES

A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER MOUNTED CANDLESTICKS

A CASED SET OF TWELVE GARRARDS SILVER AND ENAMEL ‘PLAYING CARD’ COCKTAIL STICKS

London 1812 within ‘Benn Franks Spectacle Maker Surgeons Optician Established 1798’ case, with hinged articulating arms, 11.5cm wide £150 - £200

S C Younge & Co, Sheffield 1825 each with faceted and acanthus leaf stem, raised on circular base with floral and bead decoration, 29cm high (loaded) (2) £400 - £600

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A PAIR OF SILVER AND STINTON ENAMEL TOPPED GLASS SCENT BOTTLES

A CASED SET OF FOUR EDWARDIAN NOVELTY SILVER MENU HOLDERS

Sampson Mordan & Co, Birmingham 1926 each circular enamel cover depicting a mallard in flight and signed ‘Stinton’, opening to reveal glass stopper, 8.5cm high (2) £400 - £600

Birmingham 1961 each terminal formed as an enamelled ‘King’ ‘Queen’, ‘Jack’ playing card of each suit, within original fitted case £300 - £400

Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester 1909 each naturalistically modelled as an owl mask set with glass eyes, retailed by Mappin & Webb (loaded) £500 - £700

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A VICTORIAN SILVER WINE FUNNEL

AN EGYPTIAN SILVER SAUCE BOAT ON STAND

A CASED SET OF TWELVE SILVER KNIVES AND FORKS

John Angell II & George Angell, London 1845 of sectional form with bright cut engraved decoration, 16cm long, weight approx 5.2oz £200 - £300

the oval boat mounted to stand with gadrooned rim, together with a matching silver sauce ladle, 24cm wide, 10cm high, weight approx. 24.5oz (2) £180 - £220

Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1940 comprising twelve knives and twelve forks, presented within original fitted case £200 - £300

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A WHITE METAL JEWELLERY CASKET

A GEORGE III SILVER MUSTARD POT

A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED CRIBBAGE BOX

of rectangular form with niello striped decoration, the cover with loop handle opening to reveal interior hinged compartments, stamped to one panel, the base mounted with wood and raised on four ball feet, 15cm wide, 10cm deep, 6.5cm high £300 - £500

201 A GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTE

W R, London 1799 of oval form, the hinged cover engraved with monogram opening to reveal gilt interior with pierced grille, 3.5cm wide, weight approx 20g £60 - £80

Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London 1786 of oval faceted form with domed hinged cover and blue glass liner, the body with engraved initials, 7cm high, weight approx 3.1oz £80 - £120

203 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CASED SILVER MOUNTED CONDUCTORS BATON

V & S, London 1928 the two part ebonised baton with engraved silver mounts, with screw fitting to centre, presented within original fitted Boosey & Co Ltd London box, 45cm long

Hilliard & Thompson, Chester 1897 of rectangular form with central bevelled aperture enclosing King of Hearts card, together with two pairs of gaming pegs, box measures 10.5cm x 8cm £300 - £500

205 A LIBERTY & CO CYMRIC SILVER CLOCK CASE

Birmingham 1903 of plain polished form with stylised riveted borders, bracket handle to top and raised on four feet, 14.5cm high, weight approx 13oz £300 - £500

NOTE: The box also contains a card stating ‘Presented by A Spencer-May Sole Proprietor & Manager Palace Orpington Kent’, The Orpington Picture Palace opened in 1911 and was operated by the local Spencer-May family throughout its first three decades £100 - £200

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A NOVELTY SILVER CIGAR HOLDER

AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER AND ENAMEL MINAUDIERE

AN EDWARDIAN SILVER INK STAND

V & *, Birmingham 1940 modelled in the form of a pen, the removable lid opening to reveal cigar, 13cm long, weight approx 27g £150 - £200

207 AN ART NOUVEAU SILVER DRESSING TABLE BOX

William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1902 of cylindrical form with typical Art Nouveau decoration, the removable cover with bud finial, 9.5cm high, weight approx 5.8oz £200 - £300

import mark for Glasgow 1924 of elongated barrel form with blue ground enamel, gold pique star decoration and marcasite borders, the push clasp opening to reveal compartmental engine turned interior with mirror inset and aide memoir, 8.5cm wide £400 - £600

William Comyns, London 1909 the rectangular casket stand raised on four legs with ball finials, with hinged domed cover opening to reveal three silver topped glass wells, 16cm wide, 7.5cm high, total weighable silver approx 17oz £500 - £700

209 A GEORGE III SILVER PAP BOAT

John Lambe, London 1788 of typical plain polished form, 8cm long, weight approx 19g £70 - £100

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A LATE 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER GILT AND CHAMPLEVE ENAMEL SPOON

A PAIR OF EGYPTIAN SILVER CANDELABRA

each designed as a central stem issuing two scroll branches and mounted with three sconces, all raised on spreading circular base with four paw feet, 19.5cm high, total weight approx. 42oz (2) £300 - £500

Ivan Saltykov, Moscow 1884-1897 the bowl reverse and handle decorated with green, blue, pink and white enamel floral sprays within turquoise bead enamel border, presented within original fitted case, 20cm long, weight approx 3.6oz PROVENANCE: By repute of the vendor; Presented to the vendors great grandmother, Pauline De Gendre, by the Caliph of Baghdad for her services as governess to his children. The last Tsar of Russia would visit the Caliph with his family and Pauline De Gendre would also look after his children. £1,200 - £1,800

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A SET OF EIGHT SILVER GOBLETS

THREE EGYPTIAN SILVER PLATTERS

HM, London 1969 each of plain polished typical form with vibrant gilt interior, 15cm high, total weight approx 47.5ox (8) £400 - £600

each of oval form with scroll cast rim, two measure approx. 52cm x 33cm, one measures approx. 60.5cm x 31.5cm, total weight approx. 135oz (3) £1,000 - £2,000

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A GEORGE III SILVER MOUNTED COASTER/STAND

A GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS CO LTD SILVER TRINKET BOX WITH ENAMELLED AND HAND PAINTED OVAL PLAQUE

AN ISLAMIC WHITE METAL COFFEE POT

Peter & William Bateman, London 1806 of circular plain polished form with reeded rim and turned wood base, 14cm diameter, together with similar example, John Emes, London 1808, 13cm diameter (2) £150 - £200

216 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED CANDLESTICKS

J P, London 1901 each with tapering stem and raised on shaped rectangular lobed base, 21.5cm high (loaded) (2) £150 - £250

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London 1911 the plain polished box of stylised horseshoe form, the cover inset with oval plaque depicting the portrait of a lady, with gilt interior, 11cm x 8cm £400 - £600

218 A VICTORIAN SILVER MINIATURE TEAPOT

possibly William Moulson, London 1856 of melon form with embossed floral decoration, turned ivory handle and finial and raised on collet foot, the body with engraved initials below Baron coronet, the base stamped ‘Lambert & Rawlings’, 6.5cm high, weight approx 3.8oz £200 - £300

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with engraved decoration, broad spout and domed cover with finial, the base stamped ‘silver’, 26cm high, weight approx. 22.4oz £80 - £120

220 A SILVER MOUNTED TORTOISESHELL MUSICAL TRINKET BOX

E S Barnsley & Co, Birmingham 1913 the box of rectangular form with domed hinged cover and raised on four out swept paw feet, the musical mechanism plays Mendelssohn’s Wedding March, stamped to base ‘The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company’, 17cm wide £700 - £900

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A VICTORIAN SILVER BEAKER

A PAIR OF GEORGE IV SILVER MOUNTED WINE COASTERS

AN EGYPTIAN SILVER BREAD PLATE/BOWL

Holland, Son & Slater, London 1881 of tapering form with chased bird, flower and scroll decoration, with engraved presentation plaque ‘S.Y.C. 1883...B Troop’, retailed by Robinsons Shrewsbury, with gilt interior, 12cm high £200 - £300

makers marks rubbed, Sheffield 1828 each with shell and scroll cast rim with turned wood base, 17.5cm diameter (2) £200 - £300

of circular form with scroll cast rim and raised on three acanthus leaf capped paw feet, 25cm diameter, weight approx. 14.6oz £100 - £200

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A VICTORIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL CHRISTENING MUG

AN EDWARDIAN SILVER MOUNTED OWL BUTTON HOOK

Crisford & Norris Ltd, Birmingham 1906 the terminal modelled as a cast owl, 21cm long £120 - £180

Charles Edwards, London 1885 of tapering form with enamelled scene depicting two children playing in the manner of Kate Greenaway, the reverse with presentation engraving, 7.5cm high, weight approx 4oz £200 - £300

AN EGYPTIAN SILVER PLATTER

of circular form with scroll cast rim, 37cm diameter, weight approx. 34oz £250 - £350

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A CASED PAIR OF EDWARDIAN NOVELTY SILVER DUCK SALTS

A LARGE SILVER HIP FLASK

A CASED SET OF SILVER REPRODUCTION APOSTLE SPOONS

Crisford & Norris Ltd, Birmingham 1905 each naturalistically modelled as a duck with glass set eyes and blue liner, with matched silver ‘duck feet’ salt spoons, presented within original box £500 - £700

228 A CASED COMMEMORATIVE SILVER PLATE

Roberts & Dore Ltd, London 1973 to commemorate the marriage of HRH The Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips, limited edition 787/2000, 23cm diameter, weight approx 11.8oz £80 - £120

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Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1917 of plain polished form with removable cup and twist and hinge cover, 19cm high, weight approx 13oz £200 - £300

Birmingham Mint, 1953 the thirteen spoons housed within original fitted case, total weight approx 14.4oz £150 - £250

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A GEORGE III SILVER TABLESPOON

AN AUSTRIAN SILVER AND GREEN GUILLOCHE ENAMEL BOX

London 1796 together with a further silver tablespoon, London 1820 and a collection of seventeen silver teaspoons, various dates and makers, London, total weight approx 12.4oz (19) £150 - £200

circa 1900 of rectangular form with engine turned green guilloche enamel cover, the centre with pierced figural decorative aperture, 9cm wide, weight approx 5.2oz £250 - £350

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A LARGE SILVER MOUNTED CIGAR BOX

AN EGYPTIAN SILVER WATER JUG

A WILLIAM IV SILVER VINAIGRETTE

Dudley Russell Howitt, Birmingham 1946 of rectangular form with engine turned decoration, the interior with wood lining, raised on four stepped feet, 23cm wide, 16cm deep, 11.5cm high £150 - £200

234 A LIBERTY & CO CYMRIC SILVER FOUR HANDLED BOWL

Birmingham 1901 of circular hammered form with four loop handles and mounted with four hardstone cabochons, 7.5cm high, weight approx 9.1oz £500 - £700

of baluster half reeded form, fluted rim and scroll handle, 21cm high, weight approx. 23.3oz £150 - £200

236 AN EDWARDIAN GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS SILVER MOUNTED DRESSING TABLE BOX

London 1907 of elongated rectangular form, the cover with applied swag, bowl and scroll decoration, 21cm wide, 8.5cm deep and 3cm high £200 - £300

Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1835 of rectangular form with cast scroll rim, the hinged cover opening to reveal gilt interior with decorative pierced grille, 34mm wide, weight approx 17g £60 - £80

238 A HARLEQUIN COLLECTION OF KINGS PATTERN SILVER FLATWARE

various dates and makers comprising; six tablespoons, seven table forks, seven dessert forks, eleven dessert spoons, four salt spoons, four teaspoons, a fish knife and two sauce ladles, total weight approx 89oz (42) £700 - £900

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239 A LARGE EGYPTIAN SILVER TRAY

of rectangular form with pie crust rim and shell cast border, 50cm x 37cm, weight approx. 65oz £500 - £700

240 A WILLIAM IV CASED SILVER MOUNTED TRAVELLING VANITY SET

Archibald Douglas and George Reid, London 1834 comprising; two circular silver topped glass jars, two silver topped glass bottles, two silver topped rectangular glass jars and a silver cylindrical shaving brush case and brush, all presented within original fitted case, together with an ivory toothpick case £150 - £250

241 A TWO HANDLED SILVER PEDESTAL BOWL

Elkington & Co, London 1918 of circular form with shaped rim and raised on spreading circular base, 14cm high, weight approx. 13.4oz £150 - £200

242 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER DRESSING TABLE MIRROR

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William Comyns, London 1902 designed as a silver mounted single drawer bow fronted base raised on geometric bracket feet, mounted with oval swing mirror, 30.5cm high £1,000 - £1,500

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243 A SILVER CASED GOLIATH POCKET WATCH

W J Myatt & Co, Chester 1908 the silver mount with embossed trellis and floral decoration, with easel back support and enclosing plated Goliath pocket watch, together with a further similar example, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1906 (2) £120 - £180

244 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER GILT FIGURAL CIGAR RESTS

William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1902 each designed as a central ‘Boer War’ soldier mounted to square rest/base, raised on four bracket feet, 11cm high, total weight approx 12oz (2) £600 - £800

245 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER AND BLUE GUILLOCHE ENAMEL FRAME

James Deakin & Sons, Chester 1910 of rectangular form with central oval aperture, with easel back reverse, 18cm x 14cm £500 - £700

246 AN EDWARDIAN NOVELTY SILVER HARP HAT PIN HOLDER

Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester 1905 the harp stand with nine pin apertures, 15cm high (loaded) £250 - £350

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A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD CHARLES HORNER HAT PINS

A 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL COMBINED CARD, CIGARETTE AND VESTA CASE

Birmingham 1912 the hammered finial of rounded square form, 26cm long, within Liberty & Co box, together with a Liberty & Co style turquoise set hat pin, 18.5cm long, (not stamped) (2) £100 - £200

Chester 1906 each terminal designed as an openwork quatre-foil scroll with bead centre, 22cm long, together with two polished amethyst mounted hat pins and a gold plated purple paste set hat pin (5) £100 - £200

249 A CASED TRAVELLING TIMEPIECE

of circular form depicting printed scene of a clock tower, the top of the tower with cut aperture revealing miniature ‘bell’, within blue enamel border and mounted to green onyx base, 6cm high, 6.5cm wide, presented within original fitted case £150 - £200

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of oval form with inlaid gold band and crest, the interior with two compartments for cigarettes, a card pouch and a vesta pouch with stike plate, 15cm x 7.5cm £100 - £150

251 A MONT BLANC LIMITED EDITION ‘FRANZ KAFKA’ FOUNTAIN PEN the white gold nib stamped ‘18k 750’, within fitted case and with ink bottle and booklets etc £650 - £750

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A FIVE STONE TURQUOISE RING

A UNIFORM CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE

AN ART DECO THREE STONE DIAMOND RING

the graduated oval turquoise cabochons mounted to carved scroll gallery, the yellow metal shank not stamped, ring size approx L, weight approx 3.6g £100 - £200

253 AN 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND RING

designed as two rows of old mine cut diamonds claw set in white metal to yellow metal shank, not stamped, ring size Q, weight approx 4.8g £300 - £500

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comprising 52 cultured pearls, each measuring approx 6mm, the yellow metal cultured pearl set floral clasp with blue enamel decoration, indistinctly stamped, 44cm long £150 - £200

255 A 9CT GOLD 19TH CENTURY STYLE GARNET BRACELET

designed as eight oval mixed cut garnets claw set within an open work scroll mount, the box link clasp with attached safety chain, total weight approx 36.4g £300 - £500

the graduated brilliant cut diamonds box set in white metal to white metal shank, stamped ‘Plat’, ring size L, weight approx 4g £300 - £500

257 A DIAMOND DRESS RING

designed as a central brilliant cut diamond claw set within two rows of four tapered brilliant cut diamonds, all mounted to yellow metal ‘S’ scroll, the shank indistinctly stamped, ring size K 1/2, weight approx 5.2g £200 - £300

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258 AN 18CT WHITE GOLD THREE STONE DIAMOND RING

the three brilliant cut diamonds claw set to white gold shank, hallmarked Birmingham 2001, ring size U, weight approx 4.2g £1,000 - £1,500

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AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND BROOCH

AN 18CT GOLD DIAMOND CLUSTER RING

A FIVE STONE DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE RING

designed as two pairs of channel set diamond scrolls issuing tapering emerald set ‘ribbons’, all set in yellow metal with brooch reverse, not stamped, 50mm x 22mm, weight approx 19.6g £300 - £400

260 A PAIR OF 18CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND FLORAL CLUSTER EARRINGS

each designed as a central raised brilliant cut diamond claw set within a border of six further brilliant cut diamonds, with post fittings, weight approx 3.2g £250 - £350

261 A YELLOW METAL FOUR BAR GATE LINK BRACELET

the heart shaped padlock clasp stamped ‘9ct’, with attached safety chain, weight approx 13.5g £100 - £200

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the central brilliant cut diamond claw set within a border of ten brilliant cut diamonds, the yellow gold shank hallmarked Birmingham 2015, with Beaverbrooks diamond certificate stating; carat weight 0.27, clarity SI2, colour G, ring size O, weight approx 3.2g £150 - £250

263 A YELLOW METAL GRADUATED CURB LINK ALBERT CHAIN

the swivel and links stamped ‘9c’, 42cm long, weight approx 33.8g £250 - £350

264 AN 18CT GOLD WEDDING BAND

hallmarked Birmingham 1927 the inner band engraved ‘G.W.P. A.E.F 21.12.27’, ring size Q 1/2, weight approx 10.5g £120 - £180

designed as three rectangular faceted cut diamonds interspersed with two faceted sapphires, all claw set to white gold shank, indistinctly hallmarked, ring size P 1/2, weight approx 5g £400 - £600

266 A DIAMOND FLORAL CLUSTER RING

the central brilliant cut diamond claw set within a border of ten eight cut diamonds, all claw set in white metal with diamond set shoulders and yellow metal shank, stamped ‘18ct PT’, ring size O, weight approx 3.3g £200 - £400

267 TWO 22CT GOLD PLAIN POLISHED WEDDING BANDS

total weight approx 8.6g (2) £200 - £300

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A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN PENDANT ON CHAIN

A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND OPENWORK BROOCH

designed as a central oval mixed cut sapphire collet set in yellow gold and flanked to each side by a row of three tapered baguette cut diamonds and tapered baguette diamond set shoulders, ring size P, weight approx 6.1g £200 - £300

269 THREE 22CT GOLD PLAIN POLISHED WEDDING BANDS, TOGETHER WITH A 22CT GOLD SIGNET RING

total weight approx 16.1g (4) £300 - £500

270 A OLD CUT DIAMOND BAR BROOCH

designed as a central old cut diamond claw set within eight further diamonds, mounted to white metal bar, weight approx 2.9g £400 - £600

the 1931 sovereign within 9ct gold wreath mount, suspended from 9ct gold flat curb link chain, with bolt ring clasp, total weight approx 21.4g £300 - £500

272 A 9CT ROSE GOLD GRADUATED CURB LINK BRACELET

with attached swivel and heart shaped padlock clasp, total weight approx. 18g £150 - £200

273 A GRADUATED CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE

the sixty-nine cultured pearls measure from 6mm to 8mm, the yellow metal decorative pierced clasp with central faceted ruby, stamped ‘18k’, 52cm long £150 - £200

designed as two diamond set trefoil leaves joined by a graduated diamond scroll all set within further diamond scroll mount, all set in white metal to yellow metal reverse, 38mm x 22mm, weight approx 5.2g £200 - £300

275 A SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING

the old cut diamond claw set in white metal to yellow metal shank, stamped ‘18ct’, ring size N, weight approx 3g £500 - £700

276 A BAROQUE PEARL DRESS RING

designed as twenty small baroque pearl ‘tassels’ drill and loose claw mounted in yellow metal to broad yellow metal mount, not stamped, ring size Q, weight approx 9.8g £200 - £300

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A 9CT GOLD ROPE TWIST NECKLACE

AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SAPPHIRE AND SEED PEARL PENDANT

A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND FLORAL CLUSTER RING

the bolt ring clasp hallmarked London 1977, 70cm long, weight approx 15.7g £100 - £200

278 AN AMETHYST SET CHAIN NECKLACE

comprised of sixteen oval mixed cut amethysts mounted in yellow metal to oval link chain, the bolt ring clasp stamped ‘9k’, length approx 146cm, weight approx 12.5g £100 - £200

279 A PLATINUM PRINCESS CUT DIAMOND RING

the diamond within four claw mount set to Princess cut diamond set shoulders, ring size O, weight approx 4.8g £400 - £600

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designed as a central round mixed cut sapphire milligrain set in yellow metal within a split seed pearl stylised wreath border, all within two circular open work bands, suspending sapphire drop, the reverse not stamped, suspended from yellow metal chain with bolt ring clasp, stamped ‘9ct’, total weight approx 3.7g £150 - £200

281 A BAROQUE SEED PEARL SET CRUCIFIX

the six pearls claw set to yellow metal crucifix, with yellow metal lug, not stamped, 23mm x 19mm (excluding lug) weight approx 6.2g £100 - £200

designed as a central round mixed cut sapphire claw set within a border of nine brilliant cut diamonds, to diamond set shoulders, all set in white metal to yellow metal shank, stamped ‘18ct’, ring size K 1/2, weight approx 2.9g £400 - £600

283 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY THREE STONE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

designed as a central round mixed cut sapphire flanked to each side by a brilliant cut diamond, all milligrain set in white metal to yellow metal shank, not stamped, ring size F, weight approx 2.1g £80 - £120

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A 15CT GOLD CURB LINK ALBERT

A SOVEREIGN SET PENDANT ON CHAIN

with attached T-bar and swivel, 37cm long, weight approx 41.9g £700 - £900

285 A 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND AND RUBY RING

designed as twenty-two graduated old cut diamonds and seven mixed cut rubies all claw set in white metal to split yellow metal shoulders each set with two further diamonds, the yellow metal shank not stamped, ring size P, weight approx. 7.5g £400 - £600

286 A SNAKE LINK CHAIN

the yellow metal chain with integral fine links, the box link clasp not stamped, 47cm long, weight approx 22g £300 - £500

the 1958 sovereign within decorative 9ct gold pendant mount, suspended from yellow metal chain, the bolt ring clasp stamped ‘9k’, total weight approx. 32.5g £350 - £550

288 A MULTI GEM SET NECKLACE

the oval mixed cut stones mounted in yellow metal, the bolt ring clasp stamped ‘750’, stones include; amethyst, peridot, tourmaline, citrine, topaz and aquamarine, length approx 76cm long, weight approx 22.6g £300 - £400

289 A TRI-COLOURED YELLOW, ROSE AND WHITE METAL BRACELET

the alternating matt links with engraved decoration, the borders formed of curb links, with box link clasp and attached safety chain and catch, the clasp indistinctly stamped, weight approx 45g £400 - £600

290 A 9CT GOLD BARK LINK BRACELET

the textured bars with adjustable clasp, 17cm long, hallmarked Birmingham 1972, weight approx 25g £200 - £300

291 A GRADUATED THREE STONE DIAMOND RING

the brilliant cut diamonds collet and claw set in white metal to yellow metal shank, stamped ‘18ct’, weight approx 2.3g (at fault) £300 - £500

292 AN 18CT WHITE GOLD OVAL SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING

the oval faceted sapphire claw set within a border of ten brilliant cut diamonds, ring size Q, weight approx 5g £300 - £500

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A YELLOW METAL FOUR BAR GATE LINK BRACELET

A FLAT CURB LINK NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE

the padlock clasp stamped ‘9ct’, with attached safety chain, weight approx 21.5g £200 - £300

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each with lobster claw fastening stamped ‘750’, necklace measures approx 72cm long, bracelet measures approx 17cm, total weight approx 55g (2) £800 - £1,200

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295 295 A SIBYL DUNLOP MOONSTONE AND CHALCEDONY SILVER NECKLACE

designed as alternating moonstone and chalcedony oval cabochons collet set in silver, the chalcedony cabochons with scroll and bead silver embellishments to the mounts, with bolt ring clasp, presented within original ‘Sibyl Dunlop Ltd’ fitted box, and with Sibyl Dunlop card, 39cm long, weight approx 35.3g

NOTES: Sibyl Dunlop (1889-1968) was a British jewellery designer known for her Arts and Crafts style pieces which often incorporated cabochon cut semi-precious and precious gemstones set in silver. Her workshop was located at 69 Kensington Church Street, London where she traded in the 1920’s and 1930’s up until the Second World War. Following the war her principle craftsman W. Narthanson traded under her name until his retirement in 1971. £2,000 - £3,000

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296 A PAIR OF LAPIZ LAZULI AND DIAMOND CUFFLINKS

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A DIAMOND SET BAR BROOCH

A SINGLE STONE FANCY COLOURED DIAMOND RING

each designed an oval faceted lapis lazuli plaque mounted within a border of brilliant cut diamonds, the white metal clips stamped ‘750k’, each measure approx 22mm x 18mm, total weight approx 11.8g £400 - £600

designed as a central old cut diamond claw set to graduated old and rose cut diamond set cross over bar, each terminal set with a further old cut diamond, with attached safety chain, not stamped, 47mm wide, weight approx 6.1g £800 - £1,200

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A GRADUATED FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING

A 19TH CENTURY FIVE STONE GRADUATED DIAMOND RING

the old cut diamonds are claw set in white metal to yellow metal shank, indistinctly stamped, ring size O, weight approx 1.8g £200 - £300

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the old mine cut diamonds claw set in yellow metal to yellow metal shank, indistinctly stamped, ring size M, weight approx 2.7g £400 - £600

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A PLATINUM DIAMOND HALF HOOP ETERNITY RING

A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EARRINGS

the thirteen Princess cut diamonds channel set in platinum, ring size O, shank hallmarked Birmingham 2014, weight approx 5.5g £200 - £300

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each designed as a trefoil of brilliant cut diamonds suspending pear shaped cultured pearl drop, all mounted to single cultured pearl post, 28mm long, total weight approx 7g £300 - £500

the central brilliant cut fancy brown diamond claw set within a border of brilliant cut diamonds, diamond set shoulders and diamond set mount, the white metal shank stamped ‘14k’, with ‘EGL USA’ gemmological laboratory report stating; weight; 1.02cts, clarity; SI2, colour; fancy to fancy dark brown, comments; natural brown, ring size N 1/2, weight approx 2.3g £600 - £800

303 A THREE STONE DIAMOND RING

the central brilliant cut diamond flanked to each side by a graduated old cut diamond, all claw set in white metal to yellow metal shank, stamped ‘18ct’, ring size approx Q (with applied sizing beads) weight approx 3g £300 - £500

304 A YELLOW METAL THREE BAR LINK BRACELET, WITH BOX LINK CLASP

stamped ‘375’, 18cm long, weight approx 14g, together with a yellow metal heart link bracelet, the box link clasp stamped ‘750’, 18.5cm long, weight approx 19.8g (2) £300 - £500

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AN AMETHYST AND DIAMOND BROOCH

A CHARM BRACELET WITH ATTACHED CHARMS

designed as a rounded rectangular faceted amethyst measuring approx 20mm x 14mm, claw set to three yellow metal textured scrolls mounted with three eight cut diamonds, the reverse stamped ‘750’, weight approx 13.5g, together with a pair of amethyst set earrings, each designed as a round faceted amethyst collet set within wrythen scroll, the reverse stamped ‘750’, with post fittings, weight approx 7.1g (2) £150 - £250

306 A SINGLE STONE YELLOW SAPPHIRE RING

the emerald cut sapphire within four claw yellow gold mount, the 9ct yellow gold shank hallmarked Birmingham, ring size O, weight approx 4.5g £600 - £800

the textured oval links interspersed with plain polished brick links suspending various charms to include; a shell, a dolphin, a moon, a sun etc, total weight approx 42g £300 - £500

308 310 A MULTI-GEM SET NECKLACE

the faceted yellow, green and pink stones mounted in yellow metal to yellow metal chain, the lobster claw fastening stamped ‘750’, 64cm long, weight approx 9.4g £300 - £500

309 A 9CT GOLD DECORATIVE LINK CHAIN NECKLACE

import mark for London 1997, with lobster claw fastening, 45cm long, together with a matching yellow metal bracelet, stamped ‘750’, 18cm long, weight approx 27g (2) £600 - £800

307 A JADE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING

designed as a central oval jade cabochon mounted within graduated old cut diamond border, the yellow metal shank with split shoulders, stamped ‘9ct’ and ‘Silver’, ring size O, weight approx 6g £400 - £600

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A DIAMOND AND EMERALD CLUSTER RING

A THREE STONE DIAMOND RING

A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH

designed as four brilliant cut diamonds claw set within six round mixed cut emeralds, all claw set in yellow metal to later yellow metal reeded shank, stamped ‘18k’, ring size O ½, weight approx. 4g £100 - £200

312 A PAIR OF TARGET STYLE DIAMOND EARRINGS

each designed a central cluster of four brilliant cut diamonds mounted within three pave set diamond circles, the white metal reverse not stamped, with clip fittings, each approx 19mm diameter, total weight approx 11.7g £300 - £500

313 A 15CT ROSE GOLD ALBERT

the alternating elongated and oval links with attached T-bar and swivel, 38cm long, weight approx 71g £700 - £900

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the three old cut graduated diamonds claw set in white metal to yellow metal shank, stamped ‘18ct’ ‘Plat’, ring size O 1/2, weight approx 2.6g £200 - £300

315 A 9CT GOLD FACETED CURB LINK CHAIN NECKLACE

319 A RUBY FLORAL CLUSTER RING

with box link clasp and two safety catches, import mark for 1978, 40cm long, weight approx 28.6g £200 - £300

designed as a raised cluster of faceted rubies claw set to tapering textured petals, the yellow metal shank stamped ‘750’, ring size approx N, weight approx 8.1g £150 - £200

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the yellow metal mesh bracelet with bead borders and polished rose metal buckle and eyelets, stamped ‘9ct’, 22cm long, weight approx 18g (at fault) £200 - £300

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designed as a central round mixed cut sapphire flanked to each side by an old cut diamond, all milligrain set in yellow metal, not stamped, 58mm wide, weight approx 5.2g £200 - £300

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A 9CT ROSE GOLD ALBERT

the decorative and twisted links with attached T-bar and swivel, 29cm long, weight approx 39.7g £300 - £500

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328 321 A LATE 19TH CENTURY PEARL AND DIAMOND HINGED BANGLE

designed as a central row of five split pearls issuing two yellow metal pointed ‘ribbons’ each set with a single old cut diamond and a row of split seed pearls, the box link clasp with attached safety chain, not stamped ,weight approx 12.6g £200 - £300

322 FOUR 18CT YELLOW GOLD STUDS

hallmarked Chester 1896 total weight approx 7.5g (4) £100 - £200

323 A 9CT GOLD NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE

each formed from alternating bar and split oval links with box link clasps, import hallmark for Sheffield 1997, necklace measures approx 42cm long, bracelet measures approx 18cm long, total weight approx 33.7g (2) £250 - £350

323 324 A SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING

the transition cut diamond claw set in white metal to white metal shank, stamped ‘Plat’, ring size L, weight approx 2.4g £700 - £900

325 A 9CT GOLD BRICK LINK BRACELET

the box link clasp hallmarked Birmingham 1960, with attached safety chain, weight approx 31g £200 - £300

326 A YELLOW METAL ROPE TWIST CHAIN

the mount stamped ‘750’ and the lobster claw fastening stamped ‘375’, 44cm long, weight approx 19.2g £300 - £500

327 A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING

the five graduated old cut diamonds claw set in yellow gold to yellow gold shank, hallmarked London 1892, ring size O, weight approx 3.7g £400 - £600

328 A 9CT GOLD SAPPHIRE DIAMOND HINGED BANGLE

designed as a row of seven graduated oval mixed cut sapphires interspersed with fourteen brilliant cut diamonds, all claw set in yellow gold to pierced bangle, with attached safety chain, weight approx 15.3g £300 - £500

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A GREY MOONSTONE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE

AN 18CT GOLD SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING

each piece designed as polished grey moonstone beads drill mounted to yellow metal chain with shepherds crook fastening set with brilliant cut diamond and with orange bead and diamond tassel, the necklace with additional yellow metal drop set with diamond, hook fittings stamped ‘750’, necklace measures approx 43cm, bracelet measures approx 19cm, total weight approx 28g (2) £300 - £400

the oval brilliant cut diamond collet set in white gold to yellow gold shank, ring size M, weight approx 3.8g £300 - £500

the brilliant cut diamonds each box set to white gold shank, hallmarked, London 1978, ring size R, weight approx 6.5g £300 - £500

333 A 19TH CENTURY MICRO MOSAIC PLAQUE

the rectangular plaque depicting a female sat plaiting her hair, within yellow metal mount, the reverse with yellow metal clasp mount, 52mm x 43mm (at fault) £150 - £200

330 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

designed as a row of nine oval mixed cut sapphires claw set in yellow metal within brilliant cut diamond clusters, with attached yellow metal flat curb link chain, the box link clasp stamped ‘750’, 40.5cm long, weight approx 20.7g £600 - £800

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334 A 22CT GOLD SYNTHETIC PINK SAPPHIRE SINGLE STONE RING

the round mixed cut pink sapphire claw set in yellow gold, the yellow gold shank with split shoulders, ring size S, weight approx 3.9g £100 - £200

335 AN 18CT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND FULL ETERNITY RING

the twenty brilliant cut diamonds channel set to white metal shank, hallmarked Birmingham, ring size P 1/2, weight approx 4.5g £400 - £600

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A PAIR OF LAPIS LAZULI CUFFLINKS

A 9CT GOLD BRACELET WITH ATTACHED CHARMS

each designed as an oval lapis plaque enclosed within textured and plain polished knot, backs indistinctly stamped, each plaque measures approx 20mm x 16mm, total weight approx 12g £200 - £300

the 9ct gold charms include; a key, a horse, a penguin and an acorn, with heart shaped padlock clasp, total weight approx. 33g £300 - £500

338 A PAIR OF TURQUOISE EARRINGS

each designed as an oval cabochon turquoise collet set in yellow metal within rope twist border, with post fittings, not stamped, total weight 5.7g £100 - £200

339 A GRADUATED OVAL AMBER BEAD NECKLACE

comprising thirty-eight beads measuring from approx 10mm to 25mm wide, length of necklace approx 55cm, weight approx 41g, together with a graduated spherical amber bead necklace, comprising thirty-seven beads measuring from approx 6mm to 17mm, length of necklace approx 38cm, weight approx 26.8g (2) £400 - £600

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Jack Austerberry Watches jack@hallsgb.com

SPECIALIST’S INSIGHTS Following an excellent sale on the 19th of June, consignments for our sale on the 18th of September have been flooding in! Watches have been coming in from all over Europe. Special mentions include: A Rolex Explorer ref. 5504 and a 1968 Omega Speedmaster, amongst many others. The sale presents an exceedingly rare opportunity to view and purchase a Universal Geneve Divers Timer by A. Cairelli of Rome, as well as the chance to acquire a rare Cartier London Tank Normale, other featured marques are Jaeger-LeCoultre, Vacheron Constantin and Omega. From diving watches to dress watches, all the way to the moon watches, the sale is packed full with items of horological interest. Special attention must be given to Lot 379 , a Rolex Explorer Ref. 5504, manufactured in 1958, five years after the prototype summited Mount Everest upon the wrist of Sir Edmund Hillary;

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considered by many as the first real Rolex sports watch, this example has to be a runner up in terms of the most historically important piece within the sale. Lot 374 presents excellent value for money, a Triple Calendar Chronograph in 18ct gold for under £10,000? Rare. Particularly one with a movement as

spectacular as the Zenith Caliber 3019PHF. In 2012, the prototype caliber sold for over $40,000, within a steel case! Two pairs of immaculate Rolex event binoculars issued to ticket holders at the Rolex Box attending Wimbledon are up for grabs, and at £100-£200 per pair; they are a definite ace!


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AN 18CT WHITE GOLD LADIES OMEGA LADYMATIC WRISTWATCH

BUREN GRAND PRIX WWW DIRTY DOZEN

Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: Ladymatic Year: Circa 1975 Case No: 7818811 Case Material: 18ct White Gold Movement: Omega Cal. 661 Automatic Bracelet/Strap: Integrated White Gold Bracelet with Safety Clasp Dimensions: 29mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £500 - £700

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342 OMEGA SLIM 18CT POCKETWATCH

Manufacturer: Buren Model Name: W.W.W Year: Circa 1945 Case No: ↑ H 8495 338658 Case Material: Chrome Plated Base Metal Movement: Buren Cal 462 Bracelet/Strap: NATO Strap Dimensions: 36mm case diameter (excl. crown) Extras: N/A £600 - £800

Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: N/A Year: Mid-Late 20th Century Case No: 9446550 Case Material: 18ct Yellow Gold Movement: Omega Stem-Set manual wind Cal: 11083290 Bracelet/Strap: N/A Dimensions: 45mm case diameter Extras: N/A £600 - £800

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343 343 OMEGA SPEEDMASTER RE 145.022-68ST

Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: Speedmaster Year: Circa 1968 Case No: 145.022-68ST Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Omega Cal. 861 Cam & Shuttle Chronograph Bracelet/Strap: Stainless Steel Expanding Bracelet Dimensions: 40mm case diameter (excl. crown) Extras: N/A £3,000 - £5,000

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Manufacturer: Cartier Model Name: Ceinture Year: Circa 1980 Case No: Caseback has been polished and therefore not available Case Material: 18ct Yellow Gold Movement: Cartier signed ETA automatic movement Bracelet/Strap: Cartier Leather Strap with Yellow Gold Deployant Clasp Dimensions: 33mm case diameter (excl. crown) Extras: N/A £1,500 - £2,000

345 LONGINES REFERENCE 6263

Model Name: Longines Year: Circa 1960 Case No: 6263 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Longines 12.68Z Bracelet/Strap: N/A Dimensions: 37mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £200 - £300

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SEIKO BELL-MATIC “UFO”

OMEGA GENEVE AUTOMATIC

Manufacturer: Seiko Model Name: Bell-Matic “UFO” Year: Circa 1970 Case No: 4006-6001 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Seiko 4006A; Automatic, Time, Day, Date, Alarm Bracelet/Strap: Stainless Steel Bracelet Dimensions: 39mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £80 - £120

Model Name: Geneve Year: Circa 1972 Case No: 166098 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Omega Automatic Movement with Date Bracelet/Strap: Stainless Steel Mesh Bracelet [aftermarket] Dimensions: 37mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £200 - £300

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LUGRAN SKIN DIVER AUTOMATIC BREVET

SWISS ATP BROAD ARROW NO: 6078-1

Manufacturer: Lugran Model Name: Colloquially known as “Skin Diver” Year: Circa 1960’s Case No: Brevet Number 238872 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Unsigned Automatic Movement Bracelet/Strap: NATO Strap Dimensions: 37mm case diameter (excl. crown) Extras: N/A £100 - £200

Manufacturer: Unsigned Model Name: ATP Broad Arrow Year: Circa 1940s Case No: 6078-1 Case Material: Chrome Plated Base Metal Movement: Unsigned Manual Wind Bracelet/Strap: NATO Dimensions: 31mm case diameter (excl. crown) Extras: N/A £100 - £200

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350 AN 18CT GOLD J. BROWNHILL POCKETWATCH

Manufacturer: J. Brownbill Liverpool Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1899 Case No: 30812 Case Material: 18ct Gold Movement: Manual Wind Stem-Set Bracelet/Strap: N/A Dimensions: 58mm Extras: N/A £1,000 - £1,500

351 A LADIES CARTIER TANK LOUIS

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Manufacturer: Cartier Model Name: Tank “Louis” Year: Possibly Circa 1970’s, Exact Date of Manufacture Unknown Case No: Not Available Case Material: White Metal Stamped 18K, Sapphire Cabochon to Crown Movement: Cartier Calibre 78-1 manual wind movement Bracelet/Strap: Cartier Signed Black Leather Strap fitted with Cartier signed deployant clasp Dimensions: 25mm x 28mm (incl. crown) Extras: Service card from Ernest Jones detailing a full service, crystal and strap replacement at a cost totalling £535, completed on the 12th of December 2012. £1,000 - £1,500

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A 9CT GOLD WALTHAM POCKETWATCH

Manufacturer: Waltham Model Name: Traveller Year: Circa 1913 Case No: 68898 Case Material: 9ct Gold Movement: 3/4 Plate Stem-Set Bracelet/Strap: N/A Dimensions: 50mm Case Diameter Extras: N/A £400 - £600

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353 A VACHERON CONSTANTINE PATRIMONY

Manufacturer: Vacheron Constantin Model Name: Patrimony Year: Circa 1965 Case No: 6483 Case Material: 18ct White Gold Movement: Vacheron Constantin cal. K1001 Bracelet/Strap: Stainless Steel Bracelet Dimensions: 33mm Case Diameter Extras: N/A £1,000 - £1,500

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AN 18CT GOLD OMEGA DE VILLE

A ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL REF. 6284

A SILVER LONGINES WRISTWATCH, DIAL SIGNED BY LONGINES/ HENRY BIRKS & SONS

A GENTLEMAN’S GRUEN CONCAVE WRISTWATCH

Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: De Ville Year: Circa 1960’s Case No: 8283. D 4068 Case Material: 18ct Gold Movement: Omega Cal. 620 Bracelet/Strap: Integrated 18ct Gold Bark Finish Bracelet Dimensions: 22mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £600 - £800

Manufacturer: Rolex Model Name: Oyster Perpetual Year: Circa 1954 Case No: 6284 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Rolex Patent Self Winding Caliber Bracelet/Strap: Black Crocodile Grain Leather Strap with Rolex Tang Buckle Dimensions: 36mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £1,000 - £1,500

Manufacturer: Longines Model Name: N/A Year: 1917 Case No: 3431305 Case Material: Silver Movement: Brass StemSet Manual Wind Signed By Arthur Baume & Co Bracelet/Strap: Genuine Black Leather strap Dimensions: 37mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £100 - £200

Manufacturer: Gruen Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1936 Case No: 690101. 500C-324 Case Material: 10K GFD Base Metal Movement: Gruen Cal. 500 Bracelet/Strap: Hirsh Lizard Grain Strap With Plated Tang Buckle Dimensions: Approximately 45mm x 20mm Case Diameter Extras: N/A £80 - £120

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A GENTLEMAN’S 18CT GOLD IWC SCHAFFHAUSEN WRISTWATCH

A LADIES OMEGA DE VILLE D’ARGENT

Manufacturer: International Watch Company Schaffhausen (IWC) Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1958-1961 Case No: 1433120 Case Material: 18ct Yellow Gold Movement: IWC C. 852 Automatic Movement Bracelet/Strap: 18ct Yellow Gold Jubilee Style Bracelet Dimensions: 35mm x 8mm Presentation: Watch is presented with a well documented history, this piece was overhauled and repaired by IWC in 1981 over a period of 4 months (18th August 1980 - 4th December 1980) with paperwork reflecting the work completed, the watch is supplied with spare links for the bracelet, and a spare brand new crystal. £1,500 - £2,500

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Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: De Ville D’argent Year: Circa 1973 Case No: 1011. 8348 Case Material: Silver .925 Movement: Omega Manual Wind Cal. 625 Bracelet/Strap: Integrated Silver Link Bracelet With Sliding Clasp And Safety Lock Dimensions: 23mm x 32mm case diameter Extras: N/A £100 - £200

A SILVER OMEGA POCKETWATCH

Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: N/A Year: 1920 - £21 Case No: 896211 Case Material: Dennison Cased Birmingham Silver, date mark: V Movement: Omega Stem-Set Manual Wind no: 5575461 Bracelet/Strap: 9 link silver chain with Silver tag to read: “St Giles Gym 1931” Dimensions: 50mm case diameter Extras: N/A £80 - £120

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361 361 A 14CT GOLD PATEK PHILIPPE HUNTER POCKET WATCH

Manufacturer: Patek Philippe Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1910 - £1915 Case No: 269683 Case Material: 14ct Yellow Gold Movement: Patek Philippe Stem-Set Manual Wind Movement Bracelet/Strap: Yellow Metal Albert (Non-Original) Dimensions: 53mm x 11mm Presentation: Watch is presented with engraving to the movement that reads: “ANGEFERTIGT FÜR AUGUST REGEL FRANKFURT” £1,500 - £2,000

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A STAINLESS STEEL OMEGA WRISTWATCH, CIRCA 1946, REFERENCE 2445-1, WITH ORIGINAL RARE “PATENT PENDING” BOX

A GENTLEMAN’S JAEGER-LECOULTRE MEMOVOX

A GENTLEMAN’S LONGINES WRISTWATCH

Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1946 Case No:2445-1 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Omega Bump Self-Winding Movement Bracelet/Strap: Brown Leather Strap Dimensions: 34mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: A Rare and Original Omega “Patent Applied For” Display/Storage Box £300 - £500

Manufacturer: JaegerLeCoultre Model Name: Memovox Year: Circa 1960 Case No:791356 Case Material: Gold Plated Stainless Steel Movement: JaegerLeCoultre Cal. K814 Bracelet/Strap: Black Crocodile Grain Leather Strap Dimensions: 35mm case diameter Extras: Jaeger-LeCoultre Repair Guarantee Certificate dated March 2008. £800 - £1,200

Manufacturer: Longines Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1967 Case No: 7913-6 Case Material: 20 Micron Gold Plated Stainless Steel Movement: Longines Manual Wind cal: 285 Bracelet/Strap: Black Leather with Gold Plated Tang Buckle Dimensions: 36mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £80 - £120

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365 365 AN EXTREMELY RARE UNIVERSAL GENEVE “A.CAIRELLI ROMA” DIVERS TIMER

Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1940 Case No: N/A Case Material: Bakelite Movement: Universal Geneve Cal.295 Bracelet/Strap: N/A Dimensions: 87mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £400 - £600

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366 A GENTLEMAN’S 18CT GOLD OMEGA WRISTWATCH

Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1950’s Case No: 221710 Case Material: 18ct Yellow Gold Movement: Omega cal. 267 Bracelet/Strap: 18mm-16mm tapered black leather strap Dimensions: 36mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £1,000 - £1,500

366 367 A GENTLEMAN’S TAG HEUER CARRERA

Manufacturer: Tag Heuer Model Name: Carrera Calibre 5 Year: Circa 2018 Case No: WAR211B-4 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: ETA Based Tag Heuer Calibre 5 Bracelet/Strap: Brown Alligator Strap With Deployant Clasp Dimensions: 41mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: With Original Box £1,200 - £1,500

367 368 A GENTLEMAN’S U-BOAT

Manufacturer: U-BOAT Model Name: Italo Fontana B45-08 Year: Circa 2000’s Case No: LI046M Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Ronda Swiss Quartz Movement Bracelet/Strap: Rubber Strap With Deployant Clasp Dimensions: 45mm case diameter (excl. crown) Extras: Within U-BOAT metal inner 3 Watch Box and Outer Sleeve, accompanied by Instruction Booklet £300 - £500

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OF HOROLOGICAL INTEREST; A RARE EXAMPLE OF ROLEX EVENT BINOCULARS

A LONGINES DUO DIAL DOCTORS WRISTWATCH

AN 18CT YELLOW GOLD FOB WATCH

provided to guests of the Rolex box at Wimbledon. A small pair of brushed and polished Stainless Steel event binoculars, manufactured by Rolex; adjustment nut stylized in the form of a Rolex Oyster crown featuring etched coronet, presented in original velvet carry case with Rolex branding embroidered to front. One of two pairs to be offered in this sale. 5.3cm x 9.7cm £100 - £200

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372

Manufacturer: Longines Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1970 Case No: 5258702 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Longines cal. 932 Bracelet/Strap: Black Leather Strap With Lizard Grain Dimensions: 20mm x 39mm Case Diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £100 - £200

Manufacturer: William Neal (W.N within oval) Model Name: N/A Year: 1899 Case No: 19890 Case Material: 18ct Yellow Gold Movement: Key-Set Manual Wind Bracelet/Strap: 9ct Gold Guard Chain Dimensions: 37mm Case Diameter Extras: N/A £500 - £700

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A GENTLEMANS LONGINES FLAGSHIP WRISTWATCH

A LADIES 18CT GOLD OMEGA WRISTWATCH

EKEGREN GENTLEMAN’S 18CT TRIPLE CALENDAR

Manufacturer: Longines Model Name: Flagship Year: Circa 1960’s Case No: 3104 5/205 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Self Winding Cal. 340 Bracelet/Strap: 18mm-14mm Black Leather Hirsch Strap Dimensions: 33mm case diameter (excl. crown) Extras: N/A £300 - £500

Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1950’s Case No: 48921. 564467 Case Material: 18ct Yellow Gold Movement: Omega Manual Wind Cal. 213 Bracelet/Strap: 9ct Yellow Gold Chain Link Bracelet Dimensions: 15mm x 18mm Presentation: N/A £120 - £180

Manufacturer: Ekegren Model Name: N/A Year: Case No: 469 Case Material: 18ct Yellow Gold Movement: Zenith 3019 PHF, Chronograph, Annual Calendar with Moon Phase, from the El Primero line of hi-beat chronograph calibers Bracelet/Strap: Aftermarket Leather strap in Ox-Blood with gold tone tang buckle Dimensions: 38mm Case Extras: N/A £3,000 - £4,000

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OF HOROLOGICAL INTEREST; A RARE EXAMPLE OF ROLEX EVENT BINOCULARS

A STAINLESS STEEL OMEGA WRISTWATCH

provided to guests of the Rolex box at Wimbledon. A small pair of brushed and polished Stainless Steel event binoculars, manufactured by Rolex; adjustment nut stylized in the form of a Rolex Oyster crown featuring etched coronet, presented in original velvet carry case with Rolex branding embroidered to front. One of two pairs to be offered in this sale. 5.3cm x 9.7cm £100 - £200

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Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1940 Case No: 10091075 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Omega Manual Wind Movement no: 9468459 Bracelet/Strap: Lizard Grain Polished Black Leather Strap Dimensions: 31mm x 6.5mm Presentation: Without Box or Papers £400 - £600

377 377 A STAINLESS STEEL JAEGAR-LECOULTRE MEMOVOX

Manufacturer: JaegerLeCoultre Model Name: Memovox Year: Circa 1960’s Case No: 665837 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Jaeger-LeCoultre Bracelet/Strap: 16mm tapers to 14mm Dimensions: 34mm case diameter Extras: N/A £800 - £1,200

378 AN 18CT CARTIER TANK

Manufacturer: Cartier London Model Name: Tank “Normale” Year: Circa 1969 Case No: N/A Case Material: 18ct Yellow Gold as tested Movement: JaegerLeCoultre for Cartier Manual Wind Movement Bracelet/Strap: Non-original black Must De Cartier lizard grain leather strap with original deployant clasp with London hallmark indicating manufacture by J.C (Jacques Cartier) in 1969 using 18ct gold Dimensions: approximately 25mm x 32mm (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £2,500 - £3,000

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ROLEX EXPLORER REF. 5504 CIRCA 1958

Manufacturer: Rolex Model Name: Explorer Year: Circa 1958 Case No: 5504 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Rolex Self-winding caliber Bracelet/Strap: Stainless Steel Folded Link Oyster Bracelet Dimensions: 35mm case diameter (excl. crown) Extras: N/A £4,000 - £6,000

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A STAINLESS STEEL OMEGA WRISTWATCH

LEMANIA HS9 FIRST SERIES RE-DESIGNATED

Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1955 Case No: 2480 - 1 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Omega Cal. 356 Bracelet/Strap: 18mm-16mm Black Leather Strap Dimensions: 36mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £400 - £600

Manufacturer: Lemania Model Name: HS9 (ReDesignated to 0552/9243305 Royal Navy ]) Year: Circa 1940s Case No: 0552/9243305 / H.S. 9 /4773 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Lemania Single Button Chronograph Manual Wind Movement Bracelet/Strap: Leather NATO Style Strap Dimensions: 40mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £1,600 - £1,800

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382 OMEGA SEAMASTER CHRONOMETER

Manufacturer: Omega Model Name: Seamaster Chronometer Year: Circa 1970 Case No: Double Ref: ST166032 ST168023 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Omega Cal. 751 Chronometer Bracelet/Strap: Black Leather Strap Dimensions: 36mm case diameter (excl. crown) Extras: N/A £400 - £600

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AN YELLOW METAL FOB WATCH STAMPED 18K WITH CHAIN

Manufacturer: B.Cᵒ Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1900 Case No: 55506 Case Material: Yellow Metal Stamped 18K Movement: Stem Set Manual Wind English Movement Bracelet/Strap: Yellow Metal Chain Dimensions: 34mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £250 - £350

384 AN 18CT JAEGAR-LECOULTRE WRISTWATCH

Manufacturer: Jaeger-LeCoultre Model Name: N/A Year: Circa 1970’S Case No: 20007 Case Material: 18ct Yellow Gold Movement: JLC Cal. K886 Bracelet/Strap: Brown Leather with Gold Plated Tang Buckle Dimensions: 36mm case diameter (incl. crown) Extras: N/A £600 - £800

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385 FAVRE LEUBA DEEP BLUE REF. 59603

Manufacturer: Favre Leuba Model Name: Deep Blue Year: Circa 1960s Case No: 59603 Case Material: Stainless Steel Movement: Automatic FL 1152 21J Bracelet/Strap: Stainless Steel Bracelet Dimensions: 39mm case diameter (excl. crown) Extras: N/A £1,500 - £2,000

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Derek Ainsworth Coins and Medallions fineart@hallsgb.com

SPECIALIST’S INSIGHTS Auction houses are no strangers to avid collectors. Whether it be caughley porcelain or military badges there will always be someone looking for particular items to add to their collection. Flipping the coin, so to speak, it is much rarer to get the opportunity to offer a lifetimes collection for sale. In this auction we are privileged to be able to present not one but two significant private collections of coins for sale. The first, comprised of over 40 lots, has been consigned by the greatgranddaughter of the collector. Avidly accumulated over many years in the early part of the 20th century, the gentleman in question was living in Austria at the time. Six of the lots encompass albums or collections of European coinage, but it was a friend that lived in the United States that led to acquisition of fortytwo gold American coins. These include; five, ten and twenty dollar pieces. The second collection takes us to the modern day. Amassed over the past few years by a local Shropshire gentleman it comprises of mainly gold commemorative

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coin sets, presented within capsules, cases and with original certificates. Some of the stand out lots in this collection are 454; a Royal Air Force Centenary 2018 £10 valued at £3500-4500 and 447; a set of eight gold 50p pieces created to commemorate the Platinum Wedding anniversary of HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Both of these collections and the many other lots offered within the coins and banknotes section provide not only current collectors but also budding enthusiasts and even investors with the opportunity to purchase some superb pieces.


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A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN

A GEORGE III GUINEA

A COLLECTION OF FRENCH SILVER COINS

dated 1913 £150 - £200

387 A GEORGE III SPADE GUINEA, FIFTH LAUREATE HEAD

dated 1775 crowned shield of arms, ref Spink 3728, with rose gold pendant mount £200 - £300

391 A GEORGE III HALF SPADE GUINEA

dated 1787 Spink Ref: 3729, within glazed pendant mount £200 - £400

dated 1788 ref Spink 3735 (pierced with jump ring) £100 - £150

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A COLLECTION OF BRITISH AND FOREIGN COINS

A COLLECTION OF FIVE GOLD BRITISH COINS

to include; a cased Elizabeth II 1953 Coronation ten coin set, a plastic cased ten coin set, a USA peace dollar, dated 1922 and silver, cupro-nickel, copper and bronze coinage and tokens (a lot) £80 - £120

389 A GEORGE II GUINEA

dated 1731 ref Spink 3672, with rose gold pendant mount £300 - £500

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comprising; a George I quarter guinea, ref Spink 3638 with rose gold pendant mount and four George III third-guineas, dated 1797, 1798 (been mounted) 1800 and 1802, the 19th century examples with rose gold pendant mounts, total weight approx 14g (5) £200 - £300

393 A COLLECTION OF FIVE GOLD USA COINS

comprising; one dollar dated 1854, one dollar dated 1856 and three one dollars with gold pendant mounts, dated 1856 and 1874 x2, total weight approx 9g (5) £120 - £180

12th/13th century to Napoleon III 1867 comprising; Deniers, 4, 5, 10 and 12 Sols and a Louis Philippe 5 francs, dated 1836 (A) (Paris Mint) (17) £130 - £200

395 A COLLECTION OF FRENCH COPPER AND BRASS COINS AND JETONS

14th century to The Republic together with a Belgium medallion and an Anglo French medallion (42) £120 - £200

396 A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN

dated 1913 together with a George V half sovereign, dated 1911 (2) £300 - £400

397 AN ELIZABETH II PROOF SOVEREIGN

dated 1980 within capsule and fitted Royal Mint case and with certificate £200 - £250

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A VICTORIA SOVEREIGN

A COLLECTION OF RUSSIAN COINS

AN ALBUM CONTAINING APPROX. 185 EUROPEAN COINS

dated 1880 St George and dragon reverse £200 - £400

dated 1903 £100 - £200

comprising; an Anna Rouble dated 1732, an Alexander III Rouble dated 1893, Nicholas II Roubles dated 1897, 1898 and 1913 (Romanov Tercentenary) eighteen 5, 10, 15 and 20 Kopeck coins and an Alexander III memorial medal ‘1881-1894’ (24) £300 - £500

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A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN

AN ALBUM CONTAINING APPROX 280 BRITISH AND WORLD COINS

399 AN EDWARD VII HALF SOVEREIGN

dated 1911 £200 - £300

401 AN EDWARD VII HALF SOVEREIGN

dated 1907 £100 - £200

402 A GEORGE V HALF SOVEREIGN

dated 1914 £100 - £200

silver, cupro-nickel, copper and bronze, to include; Belgium, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Switzerland and Turkey etc (a lot) £400 - £600

405 A MEXICAN GOLD 50 PESOS

1821-1946 37.5g pure gold £800 - £1,000

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silver, cupro-nickel, copper and bronze, Austria, Hungary etc £400 - £600

408 AN ALBUM CONTAINING APPROX. 238 GERMAN FEDERAL REPUBLIC COINAGE

comprising thirty-nine 50 pfennig from 1949, eighty-one one marks from 1950, seventy-nine two marks from 1957 and thirty-eight 5 marks 1951 to 1974, plus one 1975 (cupro-nickel) £150 - £200

409 AN ALBUM CONTAINING APPROX. 210 COINS

German Empire Weimar republic and third reich silver, cupronickel, copper and bronze coinage, pfennigs, reichsmarks etc (a lot) £400 - £600

TWO GOLD 10 KORONA

dated 1894 and 1904 together with a gold medieval coin (3) £250 - £350

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A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 2 ½ DOLLARS, QUARTER EAGLE

A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 2 ½ DOLLARS, QUARTER EAGLE dated 1907 mintage 336448 £120 - £180

A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 5 DOLLARS, HALF EAGLE

dated 1879 mintage 301950 £200 - £400

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A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 2 ½ DOLLARS, QUARTER EAGLE

TWO UNITED STATES INDIAN HEAD 2 ½ DOLLARS, QUARTER EAGLE

A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 5 DOLLARS, HALF EAGLE

dated 1856 mintage 384240 £120 - £180

dated 1900 mintage 67205 £100 - £150

412 A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 2 ½ DOLLARS, QUARTER EAGLE dated 1903 mintage 201257 £120 - £180

413 A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 2 ½ DOLLARS, QUARTER EAGLE dated 1905 mintage 217294 £120 - £180

dated 1909 mintage 441899 and 1910, mintage 492682 (2) £250 - £300

dated 1880 mintage 3166436 £200 - £400

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416 TWO UNITED STATES INDIAN HEAD 2 ½ DOLLARS, QUARTER EAGLE

dated 1914 mintage 240117 and 1915, mintage 606100 (2) £250 - £300

A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 5 DOLLARS, HALF EAGLE

dated 1881 mintage 5708802 £200 - £400

421 A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 5 DOLLARS, HALF EAGLE

417 A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 5 DOLLARS, HALF EAGLE

dated 1888 (s) mintage 293900 £200 - £400

dated 1855 mintage 117098 £200 - £400

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A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 5 DOLLARS, HALF EAGLE

A UNITED STATES INDIAN HEAD 5 DOLLARS, HALF EAGLE dated 1908 mintage 578012 £200 - £400

A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 10 DOLLARS, EAGLE

dated 1881 mintage 3877260 £400 - £600

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A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 5 DOLLARS

A UNITED STATES INDIAN HEAD 5 DOLLARS, HALF EAGLE dated 1909 mintage 627138 £200 - £400

A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 10 DOLLARS, EAGLE

dated 1882 mintage 2324480 £400 - £600

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A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 5 DOLLARS

A UNITED STATES INDIAN HEAD 5 DOLLARS, HALF EAGLE dated 1911 mintage 915139 £200 - £400

A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 10 DOLLARS, EAGLE

dated 1898 mintage 812197 £400 - £600

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A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 5 DOLLARS

A UNITED STATES INDIAN HEAD 5 DOLLARS, HALF EAGLE

A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 10 DOLLARS, EAGLE

dated 1893 mintage 1528197 £200 - £400

dated 1895 mintage 1345936 £200 - £400

dated 1899 mintage 1710729 £200 - £400

dated 1907 mintage 626192 £200 - £400

dated 1916 mintage 240000 £200 - £400

dated 1900 mintage 293960 £400 - £600

430 A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 10 DOLLARS, EAGLE

dated 1880 mintage 1644876 £400 - £600

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A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 10 DOLLARS, EAGLE

A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 20 DOLLARS, DOUBLE EAGLE

A UNITED STATES 20 DOLLARS, DOUBLE EAGLE, SAINT-GAUDENS

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A UNITED STATES INDIAN HEAD 10 DOLLARS, EAGLE

A UNITED STATES 20 DOLLARS, DOUBLE EAGLE, SAINT-GAUDENS

dated 1906 (D) mintage 981000 £400 - £600

dated 1909 mintage 184863 £500 - £700

dated 1900 (S) mintage 2459500 £800 - £1,200

dated 1923 £800 - £1,200

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dated 1908 £800 - £1,200

AN ALBUM CONTAINING APPROX. 190 SILVER, CUPRO-NICKEL, COPPER AND BRONZE COINAGE to include; Czechoslovakia, Italy, United States etc (a lot) £250 - £350

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A UNITED STATES INDIAN HEAD 10 DOLLARS, EAGLE

TWO UNITED STATES INDIAN HEAD 2 1/2 DOLLARS, QUARTER EAGLE

dated 1911 mintage 505595 £500 - £700

dated 1912 mintage 616797 and 1913, mintage 722165 (2) £250 - £350

438 A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 20 DOLLARS, DOUBLE EAGLE

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dated 1876 mintage 583905 £800 - £1,200

THE BRITANNIA 2017 U.K. TWENTY OUNCE SILVER PROOF COIN

limited edition No. 005/350 within capsule and fitted luxury case and with certificate of authenticity £600 - £800

439 A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 20 DOLLARS, DOUBLE EAGLE

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dated 1882 (S) mintage 1125000 £800 - £1,200

ISLE OF MAN PLATINUM WEDDING ANNIVERSARY GOLD PROOF EIGHT 50 PENCE SET

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limited edition No. 25/25 within capsule and fitted case and with certificate of authenticity £3,000 - £4,000

A UNITED STATES CORONET HEAD 20 DOLLARS, DOUBLE EAGLE dated 1895 (S) mintage 1143500 £800 - £1,200

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THE QUEEN VICTORIA FOUR GOLD SOVEREIGN COLLECTION

THE FIRST AND LAST QUARTER GUINEA GOLD PAIR

JERSEY PLATINUM WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 2017 SILVER PROOF KILO COIN

comprising; young head shield back dated 1869, young head St George & Dragon dated 1873 (m) Jubilee head St George & Dragon dated 1890, veiled head St George & Dragon dated 1900, all slabbed and within fitted case £1,000 - £1,500

449 ELIZABETH II THE SOVEREIGN 2018 FIVE COIN GOLD PROOF SET comprising; five sovereign, double sovereign, sovereign, half sovereign and quarter sovereign, all within capsules and fitted case £1,800 - £2,000

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comprising; George I dated 1718 and George III dated 1762, both slabbed and within fitted case £700 - £900

451 BAILIWICK OF GUERNSEY, ISLE OF MAN AND JERSEY PLATINUM WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 2017 PLATINUM FIVE POUND THREE COIN PROOF SET limited edition No. 12/25 all within capsules, fitted case and with certificate of authenticity £2,500 - £3,500

limited edition of 100 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £1,000 - £2,000

453 THE 2018 THREE COIN GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN SET

comprising; sovereign, half sovereign and quarter sovereign, limited edition No. 0524, within capsules, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £350 - £450

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454 454 BAILIWICK OF GUERNSEY ROYAL AIR FORCE CENTENARY 2018 GOLD PROOF FIVE OUNCE £10 COIN

limited edition of 10 within capsules, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £3,500 - £4,500

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AN ELIZABETH II BRITANNIA 1987 PROOF FOUR COIN GOLD SET

ISLE OF MAN THE 2017 PLATINUM WEDDING GOLD PROOF £5 PIEDFORT CROWN

£100, £50, £25 and £10 limited edition No. 02065 within capsules, fitted Royal Mint case and with certificate of provenance £1,400 - £1,600

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limited edition of 70 within capsules, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £2,000 - £3,000

455

THE QUEEN VICTORIA 1899 PERTH MINT SOVEREIGN

within slab and fitted case and with certificate of provenance £300 - £400

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458 458 ELIZABETH II ST HELENA NINE 24 CARAT GOLD £1 COINS, ‘THE 2017 EAST INDIA COMPANY EMPIRE COLLECTION’ limited edition No. 033/500 within capsules, individual boxes and fitted case and with certificate of provenance £2,000 - £3,000

459 JERSEY, THE PRINCE PHILIP 70 YEARS OF SERVICE GOLD PROOF £5 COIN limited edition of 70 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £1,000 - £1,500

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GUERNSEY, THE R.A.F. CENTENARY GOLD PROOF £5 COIN

THE ORIGINAL 1967 SOUTH AFRICA 1 OUNCE KRUGERRAND

SOUTH AFRICA 2017 50TH ANNIVERSARY KRUGERRRAND 1 OUNCE GOLD PROOF COIN

dated 2018 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £1,000 - £1,500

461 THE GEORGE III 1817 GOLD SOVEREIGN

within slab and fitted case £400 - £600

within slab and fitted case £800 - £1,200

463 THE UNITED KINGDOM 1 OUNCE 24 CARAT GOLD BRITANNIA COIN date stamp 01/01/2018, limited edition of 50 within slab, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £800 - £1,200

464 QUEEN VICTORIA 1887 JUBILEE DOUBLE SOVEREIGN

limited edition of 5000 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £800 - £1,200

466 AUSTRALIA 2017 KANGAROO AT SUNSET 24 CARAT GOLD $100 PROOF COIN

limited edition No. 240/500 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £800 - £1,200

within slab and within fitted case £400 - £600

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474

467

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472

THE R.A.F. CENTENARY 2018 GOLD PROOF GUERNSEY ONE POUND COIN

JERSEY, THE PLATINUM WEDDING 2017 PLATINUM PROOF PENNY

ELIZABETH II 2012 DIAMOND JUBILEE PROOF SOVEREIGN

limited edition of 995 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £200 - £400

468 AUSTRALIA 2016 PERTH MINT GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN

limited edition of 1500 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £200 - £400

limited edition of 995 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £100 - £150

limited edition No. 2166/5500 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £200 - £300

470

473

ISLE OF MAN 2017 GOLD PROOF ONE POUND COIN

ELIZABETH II 2017 NATIONS OF THE CROWN GOLD PROOF ONE POUND COIN

limited edition of 495 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £500 - £600

471 JERSEY 2017 PLATINUM WEDDING PLATINUM PROOF ONE POUND COIN

limited edition of 995 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £180 - £220

limited edition No. 0848/2017 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £450 - £550

474 ELIZABETH II 2017 BICENTENARY GOLD PROOF PIEDFORT SOVEREIGN

limited edition of 3500 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £400 - £600

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475

476

475

478

482

ELIZABETH II 2017 BICENTENARY GOLD PROOF PIEDFORT SOVEREIGN

ELIZABETH II 2005 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN

JERSEY, THE PRINCE PHILIP 70 YEARS OF SERVICE SILVER PROOF £5 COIN

limited edition of 3500 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £400 - £600

476 QUEEN VICTORIA ORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN SOVEREIGN

Sydney mint, dated 1866 within slab and fitted case £400 - £600

477 ELIZABETH II 2002 GOLDEN JUBILEE PROOF SOVEREIGN

limited edition No. 01147/12500 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £200 - £400

limited edition No. 10061/12500 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £200 - £400

479 ELIZABETH II 2015 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN

within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £200 - £400

480 ELIZABETH II 2018 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN

limited edition No. 02579/10500 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £200 - £400

481 ELIZABETH II 2018 GOLD PROOF SOVEREIGN

limited edition No. 738/995 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance, together with two Shakespeare 2016 fine silver £50 brilliant uncirculated coins (3) £60 - £80

483 A SMALL COLLECTION OF ELIZABETH II COINAGE

comprising; thirty-eight £2 pieces and fourteen 50p pieces £80 - £120

484 A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN

dated 1915 with attached lugs and moire ribbon for bracelet £200 - £300

limited edition No. 06868/10500 within capsule, fitted case and with certificate of provenance £200 - £400

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485

488

492 485 AN EDWARD VII SOVEREIGN

dated 1910 £200 - £300

486 A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN

dated 1915 £200 - £300

487 A COLLECTION OF BRITISH SILVER, CUPRO-NICKEL, COPPER AND BRONZE COINAGE AND TOKENS

from Charles II to Elizabeth II (a lot) £200 - £300

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493 488 A FRENCH REPUBLIC BANKNOTE

department ‘La Haute Marne’, payable at sight the sum of 73930 francs & 77 centimes year 13 (1805) £60 - £80

489 A GEORGE III HALF SPADE GUINEA, FIFTH LAUREATE HEAD

dated 1790 spink ref: 3735, within glazed pendant mount stamped ‘15c’, together with a Victoria crown dated 1887, a shilling dated 1887, a George III penny dated 1806, a farthing dated 1799 etc £180 - £220

490 A COLLECTION OF BRITISH GOLD, SILVER, CUPRO-NICKEL, COPPER AND BRONZE COINAGE

494 491 A GEORGE III SOVEREIGN

dated 1817 £300 - £500

492 A GEORGE III SOVEREIGN

dated 1820 £300 - £500

493 A GEORGE III SOVEREIGN

dated 1820 £300 - £500

494 A GEORGE III HALF SOVEREIGN

dated 1818 £200 - £300

to include; a George V half sovereign dated 1914 (a lot) £150 - £200

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495 495 A VICTORIA SOVEREIGN

dated 1877 St George & Dragon, Melbourne mint £200 - £300

496 A VICTORIA OLD HEAD SOVEREIGN

dated 1897 together with an Edward VII half sovereign, dated 1909 (2) £300 - £400

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496 497

499

AN EDWARD VII SOVEREIGN

A BANK OF ENGLAND TEN POUND NOTE

dated 1906 together with a George V sovereign, dated 1913 (2) £400 - £600

498 AN EDWARD VII SOVEREIGN

dated 1910 together with two half sovereigns, dated 1907 and 1910 (3) £400 - £700

signed ‘J.B. Page’, serial no. AO1 000470 together with a one pound note signed ‘J.B. Page’ No. CZ77 507614 and a one pound note signed ‘Somerset’ No. DS14 590725 (3) £300 - £500

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A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH SPEAKING PEOPLES; FIFTY SILVER GILT PROOF MEDALLIONS

A VICTORIAN OLD HEAD MANUDY SET

A SMALL COLLECTION OF FOREIGN AWARDS

limited edition by Danbury Mint £500 - £700

dated 1894 within original fitted case £150 - £200

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503

A VICTORIAN YOUNG HEAD MAUNDY SET

dated 1880 within original fitted case £150 - £200

A PROVINCIAL BANKNOTE

Salop and North Wales bank, £5 note No. 6200, messers Barnetts, Hoare & Co, London, for Price, Jones Edwards, 11th October 1830 £60 - £80

to include; two Belgium and two French Medaille Militaire and Croix De Guerre, Spanish military order circa 1940 and a British silver star, together with an 1887 Victoria Golden Jubilee bronze medal, a 1937 silver Coronation medal, a 1972 Duke of Windsor memorial medal, a Richard Trevithick bronze medal, a Queen Salote of Tonga seven coin cased set, an Elizabeth II £5 piece dated 2009 and a box of Middle Eastern brass counters (a lot) £150 - £200

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INDEX OF ARTISTS A

Abbott, J, W Aitken, J, E Aldridge, F, J Allan, A, R, W Andries, A, de

B

Barnard, W, H Bossuet, F, A Boyes, T, S Brennir, C Brown, J, A, A

C

Callow, W Carlton, F Cave, P, la Clausen, G Cosway, R, After Cristall, J Crome, J, Follower of

D

Demain-Hammond, G Devis, A Dighton, R Droochsloot, J, C, Attributed to Durand, G Durer, A

E

Ellison, T

F

Fielding, A, V, C Fielding, T Forbes, S, A Fulton, S

G

Geets, W Gibson, E. A Gibson, J Guercino, El

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55 99, 101, 104 58 98 127

150 117 149 138 148

65 125 151 61 78 70 108

71 56, 68 144 33 145 69

152

51 37 97 93

H

Hearne, T Hickey, T Hills, R Hoad, N Hollar, W Hooper, S

J

Jones, C

K

Kleineh, O

L

Laporte, J Lawson, F Leach, W, L Levasseur, J Lewis, F, C Lorrain, C Lorrain, C, Manner of Lowry, L, S Lucas, D

M

Moore, J Moore, J, Attributed to Morel, A Murray, M

N

Nicholoson, F Niemann, E, J

O

Owen, S Owen, S, Attributed to

P

Payne, W 121 85 85 45

36, 47 105 32, 62 102 64 37

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128

41 57, 63, 66 147 37 50 54 126 92 42

29 37 156 146

31, 59 133

R

Rennie, G, M Richards, J, I Richardson, T, M Rooker, M, A Rushbury, H Rijn, R, H, van, After

S

Sandby, P, Attributed to 30, 34 Scarborough, J 46 Schafer, H 136 Scholes, S 94, 96, 100, 106 Seymour, J 49 Shayer, W 135 Sickert, W 40 Smith, J, ‘Warwick’ 52, 53 Steele, E 119 Steinlen, T 88 Stinton, J 153 Stone, J 111 Sutherland, G 87, 90

T

Thom, J, C 113 Thomas, D 81 Thorpe, J, H 91 Trickett, J 95 Tunnicliffe, C, F 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 Tunnard, J, C 122 Turner, J, M, W, Follower of 39

V 43 48

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103 28 37 44 89 112

Van Dyck, After Varley, J Vos, J-V, de

W

109, 130 35, 38, 143 60

Webb, J West, B Westall, W Wheatley, F, Attributed to Williams, E, C Wilson, R, Attributed to Wimperis, E, M

131 115 67 154 139 27 157


EXPLANATION OF CATALOGUING TERMS FOR PAINTINGS, MINIATURES, SCULPTURES AND PRINTS Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date and age, provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of fact. Halls Fine Art reserve the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or authority considered by them to be reliable. 1.  John Constable In our opinion a work by the artist. When the artist’s forename(s) is not known, a series of asterisks, followed by the surname of the artist, whether preceded by an initial or not, indicates that in our opinion the work is by the artist named. 2.  Attributed to John Constable In our opinion probably a work by the artist, but less certainty as to authorship is expressed than in the preceding category. 3.  Studio of John Constable In our opinion a work by an unknown hand in the studio of the artist which may or may not have been executed under the artist’s direction. 4.  Circle of John Constable In our opinion a work by an as yet unidentified but distinct hand, closely associated with the named artist but not necessarily his pupil. 5.  Style of… follower of John Constable In our opinion a work by a painter working in the artist’s style, contemporary, but not necessarily his pupil. 6.  Manner of John Constable In our opinion a work in the style of the artist and of a later date. 7.  After John Constable In our opinion a copy of a known work of the artist. 8. The term signed and/or dated and/or inscribed means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription are from the hand of the artist. 9. The term bears a signature and/or date and/or inscription means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand. 10. Dimensions are given height before width. 11. Pictures are framed unless otherwise stated.

Artists Resale Rights In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006, all lots marked † which sell for €1000 or more are subject to a resale royalty charge (“Royalty”). This Royalty is payable by the Bidder. The Royalty will be charged at a rate of 4% of the total hammer price (exclusive of Bidder’s premium) for lots selling for amounts up to €50000. For lots selling in excess of €50,001, the Royalty shall be calculated at a reduced rate (details available on request). The Royalty is not subject to VAT and is payable in sterling calculated on the day of sale at the prevailing rate of exchange. Payment shall be passed directly to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS), 33 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DX. For further information please contact the Auctioneers or DACS on 0845 4103410 or visit their website at www.dacs.org.uk.

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CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. Definitions. In these Conditions Halls Holdings Limited act only as auctioneers and agents for the seller and the representative of Halls Holdings Limited conducting the auction is called the “Auctioneer”. 2. general. Whilst Halls Holdings Limited make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogues and the description of any lot: (a) Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as divided or combined with any other lot or lots sold by the seller with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. (b) Halls Holdings Limited do not accept responsibility for the authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot unless they have been instructed in writing by the seller to so certify, and in such case the auctioneers do so as agents of the seller and are not themselves responsible for such claims. (c) All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally as to any of the matters set out in (b) above are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact by Halls Holdings Limited unless they have been instructed in writing by the seller to so certify. (d) Any claim under any Statute must be received in writing by the Auctioneers within ten days of the day of the sale. 3. The Auction. (a) The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots or withdraw any lot or lots from the sale, to refuse bids, regulate bidding or cancel the sale without in any case giving any reason or without previous notice. He may bid on behalf of the seller for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve or at the auctioneer’s discretion. (b) The highest bidder shall be the buyer except in the case of a dispute. The Auctioneer may at his sole discretion determine the advance of bidding or refuse a bid. If during the auction the Auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, he has absolute discretion to settle it or to re-offer the lot. (c) Each lot is put up for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the seller. (d) All conditions, notices, descriptions, statements and other matters in the catalogue and elsewhere concerning any lot are subject to any statements modifying or affecting the same made by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to any bid being accepted for the lot. 4. Rescission. Notwithstanding any other terms of these Conditions, if within fourteen days after the sale Halls Holdings Limited have received from the buyer of any lot notice in writing that in his view the lot is a deliberate forgery and within twenty-one days after such notification the buyer returns the same to Halls Holdings Limited in the same condition as at the time of sale and by producing evidence, the burden of proof to be upon the buyer, satisfies Halls Holdings Limited that considered in the light of the entry in the catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the same refunded. The seller and the buyer agree to be bound by Halls Holdings Limited’s decision 5. Default. Halls Holdings Limited disclaim responsibility for default by either the buyer or the seller because they act as agents for the seller only and therefore do not pay out to the seller until payment is received from the buyer. Instructions given by telephone are accepted at the sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing forthwith. 6. In the event of a sale by private treaty both the seller and the buyer agree to be bound by the general and any Special Conditions of Sale. 7. Third Party Liability. Every person on Halls Holdings Limited’s premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at his own risk. He shall have no claim against Halls Holdings Limited in respect of any accident which may occur or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused, save in so far as the injury, damage or loss shall be caused by the direct negligence of Halls Holdings Limited’s employees

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CONDITIONS OF SALE APPLICABLE TO BUYERS 8. Inspection. Opportunity is given for inspection and each buyer by making a bid for a lot acknowledges that he has satisfied himself fully before bidding by inspection or otherwise to all the Sale Conditions, the physical condition of and description of the lot including but not restricted to whether the lot is damaged or has been repaired or restored. 9. Property and Risk. The legal title in a lot shall not pass to the buyer until the lot(s) has been paid for in full and the Auctioneers shall be entitled to a lien on any lot sold until the purchase price (as defined in 10 below) is paid in full but each lot is at the sole risk of the buyer from the fall of the hammer. Each buyer shall forthwith give his full names and permanent address and if called upon to do so by the Auctioneer shall forthwith pay Halls Holdings Limited such proportion of the purchase price as the Auctioneer may require. If the buyer fails to do so, the lot may at the auctioneer’s sole direction be put up again and re-sold. 10. Every bidder shall be deemed to act as principal unless there is in force a written acknowledgement by Halls Holdings Limited that he acts as agent on behalf of a named principal. 11. Removal of goods. (a) No purchase shall be claimed or removed until the sale has been concluded. All lots shall be paid for and removed at the buyer’s risk and expense by the end of the second working day after the sale, failing which the Auctioneer shall not be responsible if the same are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and all lots not so removed shall remain at the risk of the buyer and subject to a warehousing charge. If they are not paid for and removed within seven days of the sale the Auctioneer may re-sell them by auction or privately without notice to the buyer. Any liability which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer in respect of any loss shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the buyer of the lot. (b) In the event of any failure of the buyer to comply with any of the above conditions the damages recoverable by the seller or the Auctioneers from the defaulter shall include any loss arising on any re-sale of the lots, together with the charges and expenses in respect of both sales, and together with interest at 2% above Handelsbanken Base Rate upon the price of any lot which has not been paid for within forty-eight hours of the sale, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneers on account of any liability of the defaulter to them or to the seller. We accept cash up to €10,000, debit cards, bank transfers and personal cheques. We apologise we do not accept credit cards. Cheques drawn by third parties, whether in the auctioneer’s favour or requiring endorsement, cannot be accepted. 12. Purchase Price. The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium at the stated rates on the hammer price of 20%. under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme operated by HM Customs & Excise, the premium does attract VAT as an addition to the stated premium rate. 13. Commission to Bid. Halls Holdings Limited will execute bids on behalf of intending buyers unable to attend the sale at no charge. Halls Holdings Limited undertake to purchase lots as cheaply as allowed by other bids and reserves. Bids must be submitted in writing and whilst every care is taken in carrying out instructions Halls Holdings Limited cannot be held responsible for errors or omissions made in carrying out such bids. 14. Lots on which Value Added Tax is payable on or included in the hammer price are indicated in the catalogue or description sheet with a sign. VAT is payable on or included in the hammer price of such lots at the rates prevailing on the day of the auction.


CONDITIONS OF SALE APPLICABLE TO SELLERS 15. The seller authorises Halls Holdings Limited to deduct commission at the published rate and to retain the buyer’s premium of 20% plus VAT. The seller agrees to pay all special advertising charges and illustration charges (see 24) insomuch that they are reasonable. Scale of Commission - Halls Business tariff card available at all Halls offices and salerooms on request. 16. Value Added Tax. A seller who sends for sale by auction any chattel(s) which is an asset of his business must disclose to the Auctioneer whether or not he is a registered person for Value Added Tax purposes and, if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends to operate the Dealer Margin Scheme covering works of art, etc. This information must be supplied to the Auctioneer on or prior to delivery of the goods. 17. Instructions. All goods delivered to the Auctioneers’ premises will be deemed to be delivered for Sale by Auction and will be catalogued and sold accordingly unless special instructions are recorded on the receipt. 18. Reserves. Halls Holdings Limited will be pleased to advise on suitable protective reserves but if no reserves have been received prior to the day of the Sale, the lot will be sold without reserve or at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Reserves must be confirmed in writing or notified on the receipt at the time of delivery. 19. Indemnity. Vendors shall indemnify Halls Holding Ltd against any claims in connection with goods sold by Halls on the vendor’s behalf. 20. Collections. The Auctioneers do not themselves undertake the collection of goods but acting expressly as Agents, they will if required, instruct or recommend a carrier on the vendor’s behalf for which there will be a charge. 21. Withdrawals. Where a seller cancels instructions for sale, or where a lot is withdrawn for any reason other than misattribution or authenticity, Halls Holdings Limited reserves the right to charge a fee equal to 10% plus VAT of the reserve price of the lot, or where no reserve has been fixed, Halls’ lower estimate of the item(s) withdrawn, together with any expenses incurred in relation to the item(s) withdrawn. 22. Insurance. Halls Fine Art are not regulated by the FSA for the provision of insurance to its clients. However, Halls Holdings Limited, for its own protection insures property consigned to it at bottom pre sale estimate, unless the item has been sold, in which instance property is insured at the hammer price for loss, occasioned as a result of theft, fire or negligence whilst in their custody or control. 23. Warranty of Title. The seller warrants to Halls Holdings Limited and to the buyer that he is the true owner of the property or is properly authorised to sell the property by the true owner and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 24. Photography. Vendors give Halls Holdings Limited the right to photograph and illustrate and promote any lot placed with them for sale and to use such photographs and illustrations at any time at their discretion, whether or not in connection with the auction. 25. Electrical and Mechanical goods. The seller and consignor of

electrical or mechanical goods warrants and undertakes to Halls Holdings Limited that on the date received by Halls that the same are safe if reasonably used for the purpose for which they were designed and free from any defect not obvious on external inspection which could prove dangerous to human life or health, and will indemnify Halls its servants and agents against any loss or damage suffered by any breach of the above warranty. 26. Agency. The Auctioneers act throughout as Agents only and are not responsible for any default by the buyer. Halls Holdings Limited disclaim liability for paying the vendor until they have received settlement from the purchaser. 27. Warehousing. The Auctioneers exempt themselves from any liability to goods delivered to their salerooms without sufficient sale instructions, and reserve the right to make a warehousing charge in this respect. A similar warehousing charge will be applicable for goods left on their premises after they have requested the vendor to remove them. 28. Unsold goods. unsold goods must be collected if they are not to be re-offered within 14 days following receipt of any after sale advice slip. Halls Holdings Limited reserve the right to sell by auction on behalf of the vendor without reserve any items after this period. 29. Important Notice. Any monies held on your behalf will be held in a Clients Bank Account at the Handelsbanken, Shrewsbury and will be protected by the FSA. Furthermore for your protection, Halls adhere to the Clients Monies rules of the RICS. Any incidental interest earned on such monies will be retained by Halls as part of their terms of engagements, and by instructing Halls to act on your behalf, you are agreeing to and endorsing that course of action. RICS operates a Clients’ Money Protection Scheme (CMPS). This scheme, of last resort, covers direct loss of clients’ money as a result of misappropriation (or equivalent) by a RICS Regulated Firm, up to a £50000 limit. The CMPS nor Halls will provide protection for the failure of a bank. But protection for bank failure is provided by The Financial Services Compensation Scheme up to a £50000 limit. A copy of Halls complaints procedure is on display at all Halls offices, and a copy will be made available to you on request. 30. Online Bidding. Halls Holdings Limited offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom. com and providing your card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Halls Holdings Limited you: 1. Authorise Halls Holdings Limited, if they so wish, to charge the card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and 2. Confirm that you are authorised to provide these card details to Halls Holdings Limited through www.thesaleroom.com. We do not accept credit cards. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price

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MONEY LAUNDERING Lots in this sale may be purchased with notes, coins or travellers cheques in sterling provided that the total payable by you does not exceed the equivalent in sterling of €10000. If the amount payable by you exceeds the equivalent of €10000, the balance must be paid otherwise than in notes, coins or travellers cheques. These conditions are in accordance with The Money Laundering Regulations 2003.

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CARRIAGE & PACKING Whilst Halls Fine Art are not packers or shippers we are happy to liaise with your chosen carrier for removal of lots after sale. Please note, no lots shall be released to carrier until payment has been received. If you have not arranged shipping with a chosen carrier, Halls Fine Art can also provide a list of shippers in our area. For further information, please email peter@hallsgb.com or call 01743 450700

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO JEWELLERY BUYERS Prospective buyers please note that lots marked with ◉ may be subject to VAT on the hammer price. Prospective buyers should note that although every effort is made to note repairs, restoration and damage in the catalogue descriptions, a lack of any such note should not be taken to imply that the lot is in perfect condition. Prospective watch buyers should note that the working order of watches is not guaranteed. All weights stated in the catalogue are approximate only, these figures are for reference only and prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to the accuracy. Prospective buyers are reminded that coloured gemstones have historically been treated to enhance their appearance. A variety of methods have been, and are currently used to improve both transparency and colour of various gemstones. All yellow and white metals have not been tested. The International Jewellery Trade generally accept these methods. It is not possible for Halls to obtain gemmological reports on all stones offered for sale and therefore all Halls Holding’s estimates assume that gemstones have been enhanced.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO BOOK BUYERS Prospective buyers should be aware that general wear to include; creasing, light foxing, small tears, bumped corners, worn boards or weak spine/joints, will not be specified in the catalogue descriptions. Any substantial losses/wear to include detached boards, detached spines or extensive graffiti will be described as ‘at fault’. Prospective buyers must satisfy themselves with a condition report prior to bidding, Halls Holdings can take no responsibility for condition of purchased lots if condition reports were not requested.

IMPORTANT NOTICE Although every effort is made to note damage and restoration, the absence of such information does not imply that the lot is free from defects. Detailed condition reports and email images can be obtained on request until 4.00pm the day prior to the sale. 144


FINE ART AUCTIONS CALENDAR Wed 4th September Collective Wed 18th September Fine Pictures, Silver, Jewellery & Watches Wed 2nd October Collective Fri 11th to Sun 27th October Timed Auction Modern & Contemporary Art Wed 16th October Autumn Fine Art Wed 6th November Collective Wed 20th November Asian Art Wed 11th December Winter Fine Auction

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COMMISSION BIDDING SLIP Email confirmation received

Bidding No.

Sale Date: Wednesday 18th September Please bid on my behalf at the above auction for the following LOTS up to the prices specified, these to be executed as cheaply as allowed by such other commissions or reserves. Please note all successful bids are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 20% + VAT. I have read and agree to comply with the Notices and Conditions of Sale. Bids must be a multiple of 5 to be accepted. Bids under £30 will not be accepted.

LOT NO

DESCRIPTION

BID IN £

LOT NO

DESCRIPTION

BID IN £

Name (Block letters) Email Address (Block letters)

Postcode Telephone No Signature

Date

Time

Important Notice If bids cannot be read clearly, they will not be executed. Commission bids for unregistered buyers must be accompanied by a form of identification. Commission bids left on the day of sale cannot be guaranteed and on day of sale will not be accepted from unregistered buyers. 146


A ROYAL WORCESTER TWIN-HANDLED VASE AND COVER Mid-20th century Estimate: £1000 - £1500 (plus buyer’s premium)

AUTUMN FINE ART AUCTION

AUCTION COMMENCES 10AM 16TH OCTOBER 2019


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