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Tuesday July 12th 2011 at 10.30am

Interiors & Collectables

Adam’s Auctioneers: 26 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. Ireland

Telephone 353+1+6760261

www.adams.ie


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Contacts for this sale

Brian Coyle FSCSI FRICS

Chairman

James O’Halloran BA FSCSI FRICS Stuart Cole MSCSI MRICS Managing Director j.ohalloran@adams.ie

Sara Kenny ASCSI Manager sara.kenny@adams.ie

Nick Nicholson

Abigail Bernon BA Fine Art Department abigail@adams.ie

Karen Regan BA

Consultant n.nicholson@adams.ie

Director s.cole@adams.ie

David Britton BBS ACA Director d.britton@adams.ie

Kieran O’Boyle BA Hdip ASCI

Eamon O’Connor BA

Fine Art Department k.oboyle@adams.ie

Associate Director e.oconnor@adams.ie

Fine Art Department Karen@adams.ie

AUCTION

Tuesday 12th July 2011 at 10.30am

Viewing : Sunday Monday

10th July 11th July

11.00am - 5.00pm 9.30am - 5.00pm

VENUE

26 St Stephens Green Dublin 2, Ireland

SALE CODE

This sale may be referred to as 8113 in all correspondence

CATALOGUE

€10.00 or at www.adams.ie

Est 1887

26 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 Tel +353 1 6760261 Fax +353 1 6624725 info@adams.ie www.adams.ie


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INFORMATION FOR PURCHASERS 1.

Estimates These are shown below each lot in this sale. All amounts shown are in Euro. The figures hown are provided merely as a guide to prospective purchasers. They are approximate prices which are expected, are not definitive and are subject to revision.

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Paddle Bidding All intending purchasers must register for a paddle number before the auction. Please allow time for registration. Potential purchasers are recommended to register on viewing days. Paddle deposit €1.00 refundable.

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Payment, Delivery and Purchasers Premium Wednesday 13th July 2011, 10.00am -5.00pm. after which uncollected lots will be removed to a commercial storage facility in Dublin, at the purchaser’s risk and expense. Under no circumstances will delivery of purchases be given whilst the auction is in progress. All purchases must be paid for and removed from the premises not later than 5pm on Wednesday 13th July 2011. Auctioneers commission on purchases is charged at the rate of 18% (exclusive of VAT). Terms: Strictly cash, bankers draft or cheque vouched to the satisfaction of the auctioneers, prior to sale. Purchasers wishing to pay by credit card (Visa & Mastercard) may do so, however, it should be noted that such payments will be subject to an administrative fee of 2% on the invoice total. American Express is subject to a charge of 3.65% on the invoice total. Please contact our accounts department prior to sale with your payment queries.

4. VAT Regulations All lots are sold within the auctioneers VAT margin scheme. Revenue Regulations require that the buyers premium must be invoiced at a rate which is inclusive of VAT. This is not recoverable by any VAT registered buyer. 5.

Please note that imperfections are not stated.

6. Absentee Bids We are happy to execute absentee or written bids for bidders who are unable to attend and can arrange for bidding to be conducted by telephone. However, these services are subject to special conditions see previous page in this catalogue. All arrangements for absentee bidding must be made before 5pm on the day prior to sale.


Silver

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Lot 1

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A GEORGE III CIRCULAR SALT OF CLASSICAL PROPORTIONS,

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London, 1810, 6ozs, gadroon rim with gilt interior, the body with continuous linear decoration, the rim interposed with lion mask motifs, raised on a triform base decorated with fleur des lys, on ball feet. 9cm diameter, 6.5cm high.

A GEORGE III MINIATURE CHAMBER CANDLESTICK OF BALUSTER FORM,

Paul Storr, London, 1801, 4.5ozs, the detachable drip pan with gadroon rim, urn shaped sconce, circular base with c-scroll handle, matched snuffer. €400 - 600

€200 - 300

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Dublin 1973, with commemorative mark; together with a smaller similar example, London marks. (1oz in all).

comprising a provincial Carden Terry and Williams of Cork bright-cut engraved salt spoon with gilt bowl; a modern trumpet shaped vase, Birmingham, 1978, weighted, 21.5cm high; and various other spoons, etc.

€80 - 120

€80 - 120

AN IRISH SCALLOP SHELL CADDY SPOON,

AN IRISH GEORGE III CIRCULAR SUGAR BOWL,

Matthew West, Dublin, c.1776, 5ozs, the beaded rim above a body decorated with milkmaid pattern and sunburst central reserve, raised on three shell capped hocked hoof feet. 13.5cm diameter, 7.5cm high. €200 - 400

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A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF SILVER,

AN IRISH SAUCE BOAT OF BALUSTER FORM,

Dublin, marks rubbed, 5ozs, with leaf wrapped s-scroll handle, punched beaded rim, raised on three shell capped hocked hoof feet. €150 - 250

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A SET OF SIX GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TEA SPOONS, makers mark rubbed, London, 1812, 3.5ozs, the plain tapering handles with engraved initials. €80 - 120

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No lot

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A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF SILVER ITEMS

comprising four old English pattern salt and mustard spoons, London and Birmingham marks; a loop handle spoon with pierced bowl, import marks, 925 standard, an Irish strainer from a wine funnel with embossed foliate decoration, Dublin marks; a pair of scissors, one cast in the form of an acrobat (6ozs in all) together with a plated example in the form of a stork. (8) €200 - 300


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Lot 4

Lot 5

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Lot 15

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Lot 12

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Lot 13

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A MODERN IRISH SHAPED OVAL DISH with flat inset lid,

mark of Kilkenny Design, Dublin, 1975, 19ozs. 21 x 10.5cm. €300 - 500

A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE IV FIDDLE PATTERN RAT TAIL TABLE SPOONS, mark of William Law, Dublin, 1823, 28ozs. €400 - 600

A LARGE VICTORIAN PLAIN CIRCULAR GOBLET, London, 1865, 10ozs, with beaded rim to spread

ing pedestal foot. 22cm high. €300 - 400

A GEORGE III PLAIN CIRCULAR CREAM JUG

with gilt liner, reeded rim and handle, crested, mark of Robert Hennell, London, 1793, 6.5ozs. €400 - 600

A MODERN IRISH PLAIN CIRCULAR ROSE BOWL,

Dublin, 1966, commemorative mark, with notched wavy rim in the Georgian taste and raised on rim foot. 15.3cm diameter. €300 - 500

AN EDWARDIAN CIRCULAR BOWL,

London, 1905, 22ozs, with reeded rim supported by three scroll arms and pad feet. 16cm high. €300 - 500

A MODERN SILVER COMMEMORATIVE PLATE

engraved with portrait of Eamon de Valera, Dublin 1966, Royal Irish Ltd. 28cm diameter. €100 - 150

Lot 14

Lot 16

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A LATE VICTORIAN SHAPED RECTANGULAR BALUSTER SUGAR BOWL

with twin handles; together with a matching cream jug, decorated with all-over repoussé, chased and engraved foliate decoration, raised on ball feet, London, 1899, 20ozs. (2) €400 - 500

AN EARLY VICTORIAN CIRCULAR BALUSTER CREAM JUG,

mark of ‘DH & CH’ in quatrefoil shield, London, 1852, 10.5ozs, with rococo foliate scrollwork and raised on scroll feet. €250 - 350

Lot 18

Lot 18

A GEORGE IV CIRCULAR BALUSTER TEA POT, mark of Charles Thomas Fox, London, 1828, 22ozs, with all-over repoussé, chased and engraved foliate decoration, the domed lid with rosebud finial. €200 - 300

AN EDWARDIAN HORN WITH SILVER MOUNTS,

BIRMINGHAM 1901, inscribed Capt Pratt, Kings Royal Rifles, S. Africa 1899-1902, within a leather case. €150 - 200

A CASED SET OF TWELVE FRUIT KNIVES AND FORKS,

Lot 19

with Sheffield silver blades and collars, 1910, crested, with ribbed ebony handles. Provenance: Westport House, Co. Mayo €100 - 200

23 An Edwardian salver of shaped circular form, London, 1908, Horace Woodware & Co. Ltd,

44ozs, with ribbon tied reeded rim, enclosing a plain central reserve engraved with crest, and raised on three ball and claw feet. 36.5cm diam. €800 - 1200

Lot 20


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Lot 25

Lot 27

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AN IRISH GEORGE III PLAIN FIDDLE PATTERN SOUP LADLE,

crested, mark of James Scott, Dublin, 1804, 7ozs. €300 - 500

A GEORGE III SCOTTISH PLAIN FIDDLE PATTERN SOUP LADLE, Edinburgh, 1818, 8.5ozs. €300 - 500

AN IRISH PROVINCIAL GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SAUCE LADLE, Carden Terry, Cork, c.1780, 6.5ozs, the bright-cut engraved tapering handle with engraved initials. 35cm long. €700 - 900

AN INTERESTING 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN PLAIN FIDDLE PATTERN SOUP LADLE with gilded bowl. €500 - 800

Lot 26

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A MATCHED SET OF SIX GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS,

Solomon Hougham, Solomon Royes & John East Dix, London, 1777, 9ozs; and an Irish George IV example, marks rubbed, Dublin, 1828. (6) €100 - 200

A LARGE SCALLOP SHELL SHAPED DISH in the traditional style,

stamped “Fleuron” , France by Christofle together with a silver plated plain circular tazza on rim foot (2) €100 - 120

Lot 29

Lot 26

Est 1887


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AN IRISH EDWARDIAN PEAR SHAPED COFFEE POT, J.S., Dublin, 1902, 36ozs including handle, the domed lid with foliate

finial and chased leaf wrapped s-scroll handle, the body decorated with repoussé vacant cartouches, shells and scrolling foliate motifs, on four masked scroll feet. €500 - 800

AN EDWARDIAN ‘DAIRY-MAID’ PATTERN SAUCE BOAT

with repoussé, chased and engraved decoration, Dublin, 1904, 4ozs. €150 - 200

A PAIR OF GEORGE III KINGS PATTERN DIVIDING/ STRAINING SPOONS, London, 1817, 17ozs. €500 - 800

Lot 32

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AN IRISH NAVETTE SHAPED SWING HANDLE BREAD BASKET,

by Richard Sawyer (marks rubbed), Dublin, c.1800, 25ozs, with shaped reeded rim above pierced sides, decorated with bright cut engraved ribbon tied foliate festoons and plain central reserve, on a pierced oval foot. 39cm wide, 28.5cms deep. €500 - 800

AN IRISH EDWARDIAN ROCOCO REVIVAL DISH RING,

retailed by Sharman D. Neill of Belfast, Dublin, 1910, 12ozs, decorated with vacant cartouche, bears, figures amongst foliage, scrolls and flower head motifs. 20cm diameter. €800 - 1200

Lot 33

Lot 36

Lot 35


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Lot 41

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Lot 39

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Lot 42

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Lot 40

A MODERN IRISH PLAIN CIRCULAR WAITER with upturned rim,

Dublin, 1973, EEC Commemorative mark, 10.3cm diameter. €80 - 100

A SMALL LATE VICTORIAN HEART SHAPED DISH

with repoussé pierced decoration, London, 1898; together with a silver plated wine funnel of campana form. (2) €80 - 120

A CIRCULAR GEORGE IV EMBOSSED TEA POT, LONDON 1824, 26OZS Emes and Barnard, with gadrooned rim, acanthus embellished spout and handle on anthemion feet, 28cm €300 - 500

AN ART DECO RETANGULAR SILVER CIGARETTE BOX with engine turned decoration to lid, Birmingham marks. €30 - 40

AN OVOID GLASS CLARET JUG AND STOPPER,

the silver mounts London, 1898, star cut base. 24cm high. €250 - 350

A LATE VICTORIAN PLAIN CIRCULAR PEDESTAL BON BON DISH,

London, 1896, 7.5ozs, with pierced, chased and engraved Neoclassical decoration. 14cm diameter. €200 - 300

A TWO-HANDLED GEORGIAN STYLE BOWL,

Sheffield, 1903, 42ozs, with applied fruiting and shell rim, fluted body, raised on foot. 33cm wide over handles. €600 - 800

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Lot 45

45 A LARGE TWO HANDLED TRAY of rectangular form with canted corners,

London marks, with pierced, boldly decorated foliate border interposed with masks, and engraved central reserve, on four ball feet. 44cm deep, 75cm wide over handles.

€1800 - 2400

Lot 45

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AN IRISH EDWARDIAN ROCOCO REVIVAL DISH RING, by Wakeley and Wheeler (makers mark rubbed), Dublin, 1911, retailed for Tiffany and GS, 11 ozs, the pierced body with vacant cartouche motifs amongst scrolls, foliage, swans and cows. 21cm diameter. €800 - 1200

Lot 46


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A MILK JUG, LONDON, 1805; a Dutch ladle; a Georgian mustard pot and spoon. €80 - 120

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A GEORGE IV THREE PIECE TEA SET OF COMPRESSED CIRCULAR FORM,

by Samuel Beere, Dublin, 1825, with scrolling acanthus leaf wrapped s-scroll handles, applied to boldly chased and embossed panelled bodies decorated with scrolls and flower head motifs on an orange peel ground, on four paw feet, the sugar bowl and jug 27.5ozs in all. €800 - 1200

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NO LOT

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A QUANTITY OF SILVER CONDIMENTS, NAPKIN RINGS etc (10 pieces) €100 - 150

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AN EDWARDIAN CASED CONDIMENT SET OF COMPRESSED OVAL FORM,

C.H., Birmingham, 1902, comprising two salts, one mustard pot with hinged, each with blue glass liners, raised on paw feet; and two salt and one mustard spoon with rope twist handles and gilt bowls. €100 - 150

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A CASED CHRISTENING ‘MEDIEVAL SPOON’, a cased set of six gilded tea spoons (both ‘Goldsmiths and Silversmiths’) and another cased set (3) €100 - 200

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A MATCHED SET OF SIX IRISH GEORGIAN CIRCULAR PEDESTAL SALTS with gilt lining, decorated with repoussé chased

and engraved foliate motifs and wyvern fluting, on domed bases, three hallmarked- Dublin, c.1770, mark of William Bond, and with crest and legend “Sursum” (Lift up); three unmarked, white metal. (6) €500 - 800

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A PROVINCIAL IRISH SUGAR TONGS, Patrick Connell, Limerick, c. 1784, with bright cut engraved handles and shell bowls; a

miscellaneous collection of various sugar tongs, including an example by Owen Cassidy; and others with marks of London, Sheffield and Birmingham. (7ozs in all) (8) €150 - 250

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AN EDWARDIAN SHAPED RECTANGULAR INK TRAY,

John Grinsell & Sons, London, 1901, 14.5ozs, fitted with twin square cut glass inkwells, the tray of plain decoration with gadroon rims. 25cm wide, 16cm deep. €300 - 500

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A MATCHED PAIR OF IRISH VICTORIAN COMPRESSED CIRCULAR SUGAR BOWLS,

by James Moore & Edward Murray, Dublin, 1839 and 1840, 29ozs in all, with twin acanthus leaf wrapped s-scroll handles, leaf cast rims interposed with scallop shell motifs, above lobed panelled sides chased and embossed with scrolling foliage and cartouches, on four scroll feet. 25cm over handles. €600 - 800

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A GEORGE V MATCHED THREE PIECE TEA SET

of oblong form, Chester, 1913 and 1914, comprising a teapot, twin handled sugar bowl and cream jug, with inverted scroll and shell rims, repoussé c-scroll handles, lobed bodies with engraved crest, on four ball feet; together with a similarly decorated teapot on stand, Birmingham, 1915, c.44ozs including handle, with central carrying handle, on four scroll feet. 34cm high. €800 - 1200

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Lot 54

Lot 55

Lot 52

Lot 57

Lot 56 Lot 58

Lot 58

Lot 58


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A LARGE PLAIN PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, LONDON 1915 €100 - 200

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A 20th CENTURY GREEN ENAMEL CARD CASE

of rectangular form, with silver gilt interior, import marks, .925 standard, 9 x 5cm; together with an ebony Camden Whist marker, with ivory fittings by Goodall & Son, London. (2) €200 - 300

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A MARROW SCOOP OF PLAIN DESIGN, €80 - 120

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A Victorian rectangular vinaigrette,

the interior with pierced and engraved floral cornucopia decoration

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€20 - 30

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A LARGE SHEFFIELD PLATED TWO HANDLED TRAY

€150 - 200

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with beaded rim and twin handles, inscribed and dated 1922. 46cm x 72cm.

with bright cut engraving of garlands and swags, and foliate cartouches to the central reserves, one side engraved with the initial “B”, tapering conical spout, c-scroll handle; together with two fiddle pattern sugar tongs, a mother o’ pearl handled jam spoon and a wine stopper. (5) €50 - 100

A LARGE SILVER PLATED CAMPANA URN SHAPED WINE COOLER. €60 - 100

72 A silver plate serving tray, the handles and boarder engraved with celtic designs.

London, c.19th Century, marks rubbed, 1oz.

A FINE SILVER PLATED NEOCLASSICAL COFFEE POT OF SHAPED OVAL FORM,

€0 - 0

A QUANTITY OF PLATED ITEMS

including an oval gallery tray, pair of table candelabra, salvers, a pair of coasters with turned wooden bases, a wine funnell and a cocktail strainer by Elkington & Co etc. €100 - 200

A BOX OF MISCELLANEOUS PLATED WARE €40 - 60

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A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED TABLE CANDELABRA

with detacheable three light sconces raised on a base decorated with foliate scrollwork. 46cm high.

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nO LOT

€200 - 300

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A LARGE VICTORIAN OVAL SILVER PLATED TWO HANDLED TRAY

with gadroon rim, beaded handles and engraved reverse. 54cm.

82cm x

€100 - 150

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A CONTINENTAL SILVER PLATED PLATEAU of oval form with detachable ends, the baluster gallery surrounded by an

applied laurel border, resting on six stepped feet, 118cm long.

€300 - 500

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A PAIR OF SHEFFIELD PLATED WINE COOLERS ,

of campana form, each with flared rim applied with vines and tendrils above a waisted body and circular spreading foot, 28cm high. Lot 69 €100 - 200

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Books & Documents

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Kerry & Cork Interest: Healy, Maurice ‘The Old Munster Circuit’,

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D. 1939, First Edition; Hayward, Richard ‘Munster and the City of Cork’, roy 8vo L. 1964, illustrated by R. Piper, d.w.; Also ‘In Kingdom of Kerry’ 8vo Dundalk 1946, illustrated by T.J. Gracey, d.w.; Along with four others(7)

Stoker, Bram

Personal Reminiscences of Henry Irving, 2 vols. L. 1906. First Edition., 2 port. frontis other illus. original cloth with gilt portraits. (2)

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€30 - 50

‘The Caves of Hercules’, 1974; ‘The Dogs of Peace’, 1973; ‘The Wintery Sea’, 1964; ‘The Ghost of June’, 1968; ‘The Long Way Home’, 1974; ‘The Gorgeous East’, 1965; ‘The Wild Hills’, 1964; ‘The Verdict of You All’, 1955; all 8vo, mostly first editions, L. 1955 - 1974. Good (8) €40 - 60

104

Ackermann, Rudolph (Publisher)

‘The Analysis of the Hunting Field’, roy 8vo L.1846. First Edition. With fine hand coloured title and six plates, text illustrated, original red cloth with gilt decoration. Good

105

€100 - 200

Symons, Arthur

‘A Study of Oscar Wilde’, Signed in two places by Count John McCormack 4to L.1930, Limited edition 170/350, with portrait frontis, cloth. €80 - 120

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[Illustrations by Jack B. Yeats] Masefield, John ‘A Mainsail Hual’,

8vo L. 1913, uncut blue cloth; Bodkin, Thomas ‘My Uncle Frank’, L. n.d., cloth & d.w; also new edition of same vol. d.w. All with illustrated frontis pieces by Jack B. Yeats €80 - 120

Karr, Alph.

‘La Fee Aux Fleurs’, Two parts in one, roy 8vo, lacks title, Paris c. 1850, 49 hand coloured plates, some soiling, disbound. As a collection of plates, w.a.f. €50 - 100

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4to D. (Browne & Nolan) n.d. First Edition, Illustrations by Austin Molloy, Illustrated Frontis, with 3 full page illustrations, decor. title, original colour ptd. decor. boards, torn with some loss. Rare. €50 - 100

€40 - 60

Croft - Cooke, Rupert

Molloy, Maura ‘The Tale of Cuchulain’,

[Genealogy]

O’Brien, Hon. Donough, ‘History of the O’Brien’ 4to L. 1949, first edition, illustrated; Burke, Sir Bernard ‘Reminiscences Ancestral, Anecdotal and Historic, 8vo L. n.d., cloth; Estorick, Michael ‘Heirs & Graces - The Claim to the Dukedom of Leinster’, L. 1981, illustrated, d.w; O’Conor, Norreys Jephson ‘Godes Peace and the Queens, Vicisstudes of a House 1539 1635, 8vo L. 1934, illustrated, cloth (4) €50 - 100


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Mackay, James Townsend

‘Flora Hibernica’ Comprising the Flowering Plants, Ferns, Characeae Musci, Hepaticae Lichenes and Algae of Ireland. 8vo D 1836, First Edition, title with L.S. removed and small sticker covering, recently re-cased in modern cloth. Scarce.

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€50 - 100

112

Coolmore Garden Book, 1934

8vo Kilkenny (People Office) 1934, 23pp. from Coolmore Nursery Gardens, Co. Kilkenny, original printed wrappers with colour illustrated label. Good

Ruskin, John ‘The Seven Lamps of Architecture’

Sm. Folio, Orpington, Kent, 1883, Fourth Edition, 14 fine plates, a.e.g. Morocco binding with Celtic style interlaced borders, raised bands, gilt decoration. Rare €50 - 80

111

up to A.D. 800, also 800-1020 A.D. and 10201170 A.D., 3 volumes, L. 1965, 1967 & 1970, profusely illustrated, original cloth and d.w.’s. Good (3) €50 - 100

113

€80 - 120

115

Henry, Francoise ‘Irish Art in the Early Christian Period’,

116

Chesterton, G.K ‘The Coloured Lands’

Plans of Various Cities around the World

4to c. 1775. No title, with 40 finely engraved plans of Dublin, Madrid, Venice, Naples, Rome, Paris, Stockholm, Constantinople, Warsaw, Moscow, Peking, Madras, Batavia, Algiers, Quebec, etc. All clean and good, disbound. As a collection of plans, w.a.f. €300 - 500

114

[Arthur Rackham, Illustrator]

4to L.1938, First Edition, illustrated by author, cloth backed decorated boards, d.w. together with Macleod, Fiona ‘The Hills of Ruel and other Stories, 4to L. 1921, First Edition, coloured and other illustrations by Margery H. Lawrence, cloth. (2)

‘Undine’ adapted from German by W. L. Courtney, 4to L.1909. 15 mounted colour plates. Also ‘Some Scottish Ballads’, 4to L. n.d., with 15(ex 16) colour mounted plates. Both with original gillt decorated cloth. (2)

€80 - 120

€100 - 200

Harry Clarke Illustrator : Von Goethe - Faust,

roy 8vo N. York (Three Sirens Press) n.d.bl. & white illus. by H Clarke, lacks front loose blank, orig. mor.backed cloth; Anderson, Hans, Ch, Fairy Tales, 4to L.1931. 40 full page plts. (16 cold)., decor. cloth, rebacked ; also reprint Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Poe, L. 1971, d.w. (3) €100 - 200

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Medicine, Curran (C.P.) The Rotunda Hospital, its Architects and Craftsmen,

roy 8vo D. (Three Candles) ; 1945, First Edn, illus., list of subs, boards & d.w.; Browne, O;Donel, T.D., The Rotunda Hospital 17451945; 4to Edin.1947. First Edn., illus., cloth and d.w; and one other similar. Scarce. (3) €80 - 120


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118

Gibson, Wm . H, “Early Irish Golf”,

The First Courses, Clubs and Pioneers. 8vo Naas 1989. Signed by author, illus. cloth and d.w.

119

Pollock, J.H, The Moth and The Star, A Surmise,

120

8vo D.1937; Peter and Paul, d.1933; Irish Ironies, A Collection of short stories, d.1930; Hills of Dublin, d.1917, all boards; and 5 others in orig, wrappers, all either Limited edns, or First edns. Good (9)

€50 - 100

€50 - 100

Heaney, Seamus, The Spirit Level,

L 1996, First Edn., Signed by the Author, d.w; Nobel Times Four, Yeats, Shaw, Beckett and Heaney, An Exhibition.... in Wilson Library, N. Carolina 2006, illus., wrappers; Gogarty, O.St.John, Wild Apples, Cuala Reprint, 1971; Mitchel, A, ed. Roger Casement and Africa, 8vo 2002. Limited Edn. (50), illus., & wrappers; and one other item (5). €50 - 100

121

Arts & Crafts : Larmour, Paul, The Arts & Crafts Movement in Ireland, 4to Belfast 1992,

122

Hall, F.G. The Bank of Ireland, 1763- 1946,

roy 8vo D. 1949. First Edn., ed. by G. O’Brien, ill. etc., fine blue buckram, & d.w. A very clean copy.

First Edn., profusely illustrated, d.w., An important book long since out of print. Scarce.

Hall, Mr & Mrs S.C., Ireland; Its Scenery, Character etc., 3 vols.

roy 8vo L.n.d. new edn., 3 decor. titles, 3 vign. engd. titles and 3 engd. frontis, 18 hd. cold. maps & upwards of 95 engd. views. cont. hf.mor., mor. labels As a coll. of plts. €100 - 150

125

President Sean T O’Ceallaigh, Carney, J., Poem on the Butlers of Ormond, Cahir and Dunboyne (AD 1400 - 1650),

8vos D (Institute for Advanced Studies) 1945; also O’Fohludha (R) ed., Cuairt An Mheadhon Oidhche, 8vo D. 1949, First Edn. Thus, both cloth, both inscribed by Sean T O’Kelly and with his bookplate as President of Ireland (2) €100 - 150

Curl, J. Stevens, The Londonderry Plantation 1609 - 1914,

folio Chichester 1986. First Edn. cold. frontis profusely illustrated, cloth & d.w. €30 - 50

€50 - 100

€50 - 100

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126

Cooke, James, A Collection of Voyages Round the World,

Performed by Royal Authority. contaning.... Capt. Cook’s First, Second, Third and Last Voyages., 6 vols. 8vo L. (A. Millar, W. Law.& R Cater) 1790., Engd. Frontis & 146 engd.plts. etc (ex 156) some tears (repaired) and some dirt marks, cont. hf. mor., joints cracked, some spines dam. (6) €100 - 200


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Wilde, Oscar, Complete Writings of Oscar Wilde, 9 vols,

8vo N.Y., (Nottingham Society) 1909. Some frontis (a few cold., 1 lacking) and other plts., uncut, some leaves loose, orig. nf. calf, marble sides, gilt decor. spines, worn. As a lot (9)

128

€100 - 200

130

Atlas - Atlas to the Memoirs of John Duke of Marlborough., ..... Military Plans.,

131

4to L 1820. 3 lg. engd.armorial plts., facsimile letters, 15 maps (11 fold.) hd. cold.in outline., B.P. of Earl of Roseberry, hf. calf, As an Atlas, w.a.f. €50 - 100

133

German and Other War Crimes in First & Second World Wars War Crimes:

Committee on Alleged German Outrages and a collection of similar.

Royal Hospital; Charter of the Royal Hospital of King Charles II etc.,

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near Dublin, 12 mo D. (G. Faulkner) 1760. First Ed., Thus., 119pp., cont. mottled calf, with tooled gilt borders and central armorial stamp on front cover; Childers (Maj. E.S.E.) & Stewart, R. The Story of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, 12mo L. 1921., First Edn. illus. green cloth. Good (2)

8vo L. 1914., orig. blue cloth gilt spine. Signed presentation copy. Good. €100 - 200

€100 - 200

Yeats Interest: Dublin Acrostics,

132

16mo D. (Hodges Smith) 1866. With owner’s inscription ‘J.B.Yeats, 1866 Summer,’ orig. cloth, gilt: also Kempt, R., Pencil and Palette, being Biographical Anecdotes Chiefly of Contemporary Painters, 12mo L. 1881, with what appears to be Jack Yeats monogram initials inside front cover, orig. decor.cloth (2)

€80 - 12

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Moore, George, Hail and Farewell - Vale,

Mac Manus, M. J. Connacht Songs,

sq 12mo D. (Talbot Press) 1927 First Edn., 35 pp. orig. pictorial wrappers after Sean O’Sullivan. V. good. V. scarce.

135

€100 - 150

€40 - 60

Coloured Plates: Onwhyn,

J & T., Costumes of the Time of George II, adapted for Her Majesty’s Ball, roy 8vo L n.d. (c.1830). Decor. litho title & 11 good hd. co;ld. plts. (llose from bind), orig. gilt decor. cloth, spine dam. As a coll., w.a.f. €40 - 60

Candle Press, Magnificat Poems by Geraldine Plunkett,

D. 1917, First Edn., illus. frontis by Jack Morrow. Signed by author, orig.ptd. blue wrappers, somewhat soiled: another copy of same, also 1917, brownptd., wrappers : also The Irish Christmas, 12mo D. 1917, First end. frontis by Sadb Trinnseach, ptd.brown wrappers, with printers device. Scacre €150 - 200


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Cuala Press: Two hand coloured Cuala greeting cards,

one with printed message dated 1915 (somewhat soiled); three hand coloured panels apparently from Cuala greeting cards (Cognate pages removed) and a hand coloured oblong card (soiled) with drawing signed by E.K. McD, the last item probably not a Cuala item. As a coll.,w.a.f.

137

SULLIVAN, Sir Ed., Buck Whaley’s Memoirs,

including His Journey to Jerusalem,roy 8vo L. 1906, First Edn., port. frontis & 10 plts, orig. blue cloth. €50 - 80

Signed Copies : Mac Liammoir, M.; The Importance of Being Oscar,

8vo D. (Dolmen) 1963. Signed Pres. Copy., inscribed to Jack White, orig,.wrappers : Johnston, Denis, The Moon in the Yellow River, 8vo L. 1938, signed by the author, cloth. (2)

140

Pamphlet, Wright, (Ed. A), Irish Industries, Their Promotion and Development, A Lecture,

142

Irish Poetry etc;

Colum, Padraic, Poems, L, 1932, First Edn., Kinsella, Thos; Another September, Dolmen 1958, First Edn., d.w.; Also Moralities, roy 8vo Dolmen 1960. Lim. Edn; Leslie, Shane, Songs of Oriel, 12 mo d.1908, First Edn; Heaney, S; Field Work, L 1979, First End; Robinson, L, A Golden Treasury of Irish Verse, L. 1925, First Edn; New Songs, A Lyric Selection made by A.E. from Poems by Padraic Colum, Eva Gore-Booth., .... Seamus O’Sullivan ... and Ella Young., 8vo D. 1904, frontis, after Jack B Yeats; and five others sim. (12) €100 - 200

141

8vo Cork (F. Guy), 1883. First Edn., 48pp. disbound. Scarce €50 - 80

€80 - 120

143

Irish Poetry;

Gallwey, Thos., Lays of Killarney Lakes, 12mo D. 1871. First Edn., orig. photo frontis cloth; Carroll, Ellen, M; Lonely Shores, Atlanta 1934, inscribed Pres. Copy; and other items mostly in Irish language by P. O’Laoghaire etc., As a Lot. (7) €50 - 100

Illustrated items: Rothenstein, Wm., Twenty- four portraits,

roy 8vo L 1920., Lim. Edn., 24 ports, uncut. orig. cloth backed boards, d.w; together with Bone, S. ‘Of the Western Isles’, Small folio L. 1925, 40 wd. Illustrated decorated ends, uncut, cloth backed decorated boards; and 1 other item. (3) €50 - 100

€100 - 200

139

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144

Yeats, Jack B, ‘In Sand’ - A Play,

8vo D (Dolmen) 1964. First Edn. d.w.: Skelton, R. ed, The Collected Plays of Jack B Yeats, roy 8vo L. 1971, first edn, illus. d.w.: American Edn. of same work: plus 1 other item on same author (4). €80 - 120

Irish & International Rugby.

Rugby; Thomas, J.B.G., On Tour, The Story of the Rugby Visitors to the British Isle. Details of exciting matches, incidents and great players, L. 1954; also Great Rugger Players, 19001954, L. 1955; and The Lions on Trek, L. 1956, all First Ends., illus. & Author Inscribed Pres. Copies; Jenkins, V, Lions Rampant, The British Isle Rugby Tour of South Africa 1955, 8vo L. 1956; Dublin University Football Club, 1854-1954, 8vo d.1954, illustrated; and three other bound volumnes of rugby programmes for Internationals 1957-1960. (8) €100 - 200


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145

Howitt, Wm. & Mary, Ruined Abbeys and Castles of Great Britain,

146

First and Second Series, 2 vols., 4to L 1862 & 1864, 1 orig. photo frontis & 52 orig. photo illus., a.e.g., orig. decor. gilt cloth, with photo illus. laid on. Rare. As a colll. of photos. *Some good orig. photos. of Tippeary etc.by Hemphill (2)

Catlow, Agnes, Popular Garden Botany,

sm. 4to L 1855. First Edn., fine hd. cold. frontis & 19 hd. cold. plts,.complete., orig. cloth, gilt (1)

Genealogy, Richardson, J.M., Six Generations of Friends in Ireland, (1655 to 1890)

149

8vo L.1893, First Edn., illus. cloth. €30 - 50

Rare Book Catalogue : Hodges, Figgis & Co. Ltd

A Catalogue of Books, Relating to Ireland. With illustrations., 4to D.1953 First Edn. * One of a very limited few issued with illustrations of Irish bindings, manuscripts etc., orig. ptd. wrappers, repaired at spine etc.

€50 - 100

€50 - 100

€80 - 120

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147

Lever, Chas, The O’Donoghue, A Tale of Irelands, Fifty YEars Ago, 8vo D.1845 and Barrington 8vo L. 1863 First Edn., both endgd,. frontis. 1 add. engd. title, all illus, plts. after “Phix” H.K. Browne, Cont. hf. mor. Good.

150

Verlaine, Paul, Quinze Jours en Hollande, Lettres a jun Ami,

4to The Hague & Paris n.d., (c.1893) hf. title & with fine etched port. frontis by Ph Zichen, uncut, unopened, orig. ptd. wrappers. bound in hf. vellum. Good copy. 80 – 120

€60 - 100

152 151

Bennet, Douglas, The Silver Collection Trinity College Dublin

4to. D 1988, First Edn., profusely illustrated, d.w., Scarce. €200 - 300

Irish Painting,

Crookshank, A & Knight of Glin, The Painters of Ireland, c.1680-1920, folio L 1978, First Edn.; also The Watercolours of Irfeland, folio, L.1994, First Edn., ; Butler, P, Three Hundred YEars of Irish Watercolours and Drawings, folio L 1990, First Edn., all illus.,d.w.’s. Good (3) €100 - 150

153

Designs by The Marchioness of Waterford.

Illuminated Book : Waterford & Tankerville Life Songs, Being Original Poems, illustrated and illuminated by Louisa Marchioness of Waterford and The Countess of Tankerville., Lg. 4to L. (James Nisbett & Co) 1884, First and only Edn. decor. title. 3 cold. plts., and 17 illustrated and cold. decor.leaves, orig. cold. decor.cloth. gilt. Scarce. €100 - 150


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157

Irish Diaspora etc;

155

Driscoll, C.B., Kansas Irish, L.1946; Clark, , Hibernia America, The Irish and Regional Cultures, N.Y. 1986; Greeley, A.M., The Most Distressful Nation, The Taming of the American Irish, Chicago 1972, d.w; Shannon, W.V., The American Irish, L. 1969, d.w.; Gurn, J, Charles Carroll of Carrolton 1737-1832, N.Y., 1932, d.w.; and two others. (7)

Ireland;

Five varied Coffee-Table Books on Ireland. €50 - 100

156

Irish Bindings :

McDonnell, J & Healy, P; Gold -Tooled Boookbindings Commissioned by Trinity College Dublin in the 18th Century, Folio D (Irish Georgian Society), 1987, First Edn., profusely illustrated, d.w., V. good. Definiite work on the subject. Scarce €50 - 100

€50 - 100

Irish Language;

158

Bhedel, Wm., Leabhair an Tsean Tiomna,thick roy 8vo D., (Grierson) 1827, in cont. blind tooled calf; O’Domhnuill, wm., An Tiomna Nuadh, 12 mo (D), 1849 cont. blind tooled sheep; O’Cathain, R., Tiomna Nuadh, sm 4to D 1858, mor; dunleavy, Rev., A; The Catechism or Christian Doctrine - An Teagasg Criosduidhe, 12mo D. 1848, cloth. All Scarce and good.

Engraved Maps :

Pinkerton, J, Modern Georgraphy, Vol.II only ex 2, 4to L 1802 2 lg. engrd. fold & 22 single page maps, also 6 engd. fold. earlier maps 1791, loosely inserted, cont. full calf, mor,. labels, inscribed on label on front cover, “Limerick County Regt”. As a coll. of maps.

159

Paul James Balfour, The History of the Royal Company of Archers,

The Queen’s Body-Guard for Scotland, 4to Edin & L 1875., First Edn. cold. frontis, red & bl. title & 11 other plts. (5 cold) cont. hf. crushed levant mor. raised bands, gilt letterings. V. good. €100 - 200

€80 - 120

€100 - 150

160

Fine coloured plates: Jones, Thoms. Rymer, Cassells Book of Birds.,

4 vols. in 2 roy 8vo L. n.d., 40 cold. plts., includ. frontis., cont. hf.mor.gilt spines; Rhind, Wm, A History of The Vegetable Kingdom, roy 8vo L. 1877, port. frontis add.hd.cold. title, 45 engd plts. (includ. 20 hd. cold.) orig, cloth. gilt decor. Clean copies (3) €60 - 100

161

O’Connor, V.C. Scott, The Charm of Kashmir, lg.

4to L 1920, cold and other plts. cloth., gilt; Menpes, M, China, 4to L 1909, cold. & other plts. cloth (2) €30 - 50

162

Flying Fame Booklets :

Stephens, J., Five New Poem, 16 mo L 1913; Jackson, Holbrook, Town and Assay, 16mo L.1913: Honeywood, R, The Two Wizards and other Songs., 16mo L. 1913: Hodgson, Ralph, Eve and other Poems; The Song of Honour and The Mystery and other poems, all 16 mo. L.1913, each with wood cut decor. and decor. wrappers by Lavot Frasers, some cover loose (lacking). Scarce (6). €50 - 100


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The Book of Kells

Magnificent Facsimile Edition. ‘Faksimile Verlag’, Luzern, Publishers : The Book of Kells, the most precious illuminated manuscript of the early Middle Ages, the First & Only complete Fine Art Facsimile Edition, published by authority of the Board of Trinity College, Dublin., lg. thick 4to. Luzern 1990, limited edn. (1480), in fine white tawed leather cover wooden boards, contained in a specially created presentation box, the embossed surface with blind and gilt tooled Celtic decoration and silver and brass mounts. Together with a large Commentary Volume, with illus, leather backed cloth, and orig. advertising portfolio. €5000 - 10000


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Gayfield Press (Cecil Salkeld), A Collection of 4 illustrated Poems,

as follows ; (i) Craig, Mauice J. A Poem, Black Swans, roy 8vo D. 1941, with lino cut frontis by Sidney Smith, Signed by Author (ii) Hughes, Emily, Connemara, roy 8vo D. 1942 Lim.Edn. (300). Wtih frontis and cover illus, by Cecil Ffrench Salkeld, (iii) Reddin, G. Norman, Two Poems, roy 8vo D. 1942, Limd. Edn (300) frontis by Cecil Salkeld, (iv) Salkeld, B. A Dubliner, roy 8vo D. 1943, wtih frontis by Beatrice Salkeld, All in orig, ptd, wrappers, all fine clean copies. (4)

165

The inaugural Lecture of the Ireland Choir of Poetry. With introductory remark, by Seamus Heaney. 8vo Belfast (Lagan Press) 1998, First Edn. Limited 501 (750) ., orig. ptd. wrappers.

166

€50 - 100

Dolmen Press : A selection of early “Dolmen Press Books”,

Catalogue, for Autumn 1968; Dolmen Editions 1971, folio: Spring 1971: January - June 1976; and Dolmen 77, 5 items, all in orig,. ptd. wrappers, some illus, All scarce, printed in very limited numbers. As a lot, €50 - 100

€200 - 300

168

167

Montague, John, The Bag Apron, or, The Poet and His Community.

Map, Beaufort, D. Augustus, Ireland Civil and Ecclesiastical,

L. (J. Wyld) 1829. A Very fine egd,. linen backed folding map. approx. 118cms x 93cms, with large engd. cartouche and cont. overall hand colouring in two parts. As a map w.a.f. V. good example. €400 - 600

Otway Golf Club, Rathmullen, Co. Donegal.

Early records for this Donegal Club, founded in 1893, collection includes the 1st minute book of the Club, detailing the proceeds of the 1st General meeting, in March 1893 and all subsequent meetings up to AGM October 1906, approx 82 pp. in a 4to notebook, loose and disbound; Also a cash book \ expenses from 1893 to 1923 consisting of approximately 160 pp, cloth bound note book, disbound and with some notes and other items loosely inserted; also a book entitled the Committee Year Book 1907, a printed volumne with rules of golf, etc. and with list of officers for 1907 etc.; As a manuscript archive, w.a.f.

169

*Interesting documents detailing the start of one of the earlierst Golf clubs established in Ireland. See William H Gibson “First Courses, Clubs, and Pioneers”.

Photographs:

A good folio album of mostly Dublin Scenes probably c.1890, large prints, c.8” x 10”, including two ladies on tricycles, rider and carriage near Bray, College Green with bunting and omnibus advertising Carl Rosa Opera Co., also a Parisian Scene showing banked ice on The Seine etc., strongly bound in gilt mor, boards. As an Album w.a.f. €150 - 250

€500 - 800

170

Irish Railways : Dublin & Drogheda Railway, a fine collection of 13 lg. 19th Century engd. views, each on India paper, some close up views of towns on route, Hollybrook,Clontarf, Baldoyle, Malahide Skerries, Ardgillan Castle, Balbriggan & Drogheda, together with 7 other views of the area, bound in a large 4to red mor, bound albumn,m c 1850. A scarce collection, possibly a complete set. As an Album w.a.f. €150 - 250

171

Portraits: Vanity Fair,

A Weekly Show of Political, Social and Literary Wares, Folio L. July - Dec. 1874, with 19 cold. caricature cold. portraits after Ape, some sporting caricatures, disbound. As a coll, of prints., w.a.f. €100 - 200

172

Books of Kells - Thames & Hudson,

The Book of Kells, folio L. 1974, First Edn., Thus, fine illus. orig. cloth gilt, in sim. slip case; also Sullivan, Sir , The Book of Kells, 4to L & N.Y (Studio) 1952, illus. cloth & d.w. (2) €50 - 100


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Illustrations : Goethe, J.W., Faust,

translated by John Anster, 4to N.Y. (Dingall Rack Ltd) n.d. (c.1927) Special Limited Edn. 21 (1000) Signed by artist Harry Clarke. Cold. frontis & 20 full page illus (6 colour) & other bl,& white illus uncut. decor. ends., orig vellum backed boards. V. good.

174

€500 - 800

175

Anon L Public Characters of 1798 - 1798,

1799-1800, and 1800-1801, 3 vols. 8vols L. 1798-1801. 3 lg. fold. frontis with multiple ports., cont. hf. mor.,; also The Parliamentary Register; or History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons, Vols., 13, 16-24 & Vol., 27 together 11 vols., 8vo L 18841890, cont. hf. calf, some mor. labels, some spines dam. As a periodical , w.a.f. (14)

177 The Rare Second Edition of Midnight Court, Merryman, Brian, Medlae Noctis Consilium, Cuirt and Mheadhoin Oidhche, 16 mo D. (P. O’Brien) 1893. Rare Second Edn., 43pp. orig. cloth. A very good copy of this rarity.

Photographs : Irish Press :

Good collection of varied Irish Press Photographs, approx. 110 of people events, fashion & social affairs incld. some of Prince Rainer & Princess Grace, President Sean T O’Kelly Mr Brian O’Higgins, Abbey Theatre Players, Ernest Blythe, Ben Briscoe, Mr & Mrs George Colley, Railway enthuasists, Macra na Feirne, etc., etc., in two folders. w.a.f.

€200 - 300

€100 - 200

179

€60 - 100

Autographs & Ephemera;

Dublin Interest,

manuscript indenture on vellum dated April 1833, between Alfred Count d’Orsay, Luke Norman & Alexander Worthington (executors of the Late Earl of Blessington) and George, Lord Baron Mountsandford, concerning property on the East side of Sackville, (now O’Connell Street), Dublin, frontage 31 between Benson holding and Bayly’s holding extending back to Stable Lane, also mentions Luke Gardner etc. Signed and sealed by the four principals, with Revenue stamp. With an inventory of the goods of Edward Jones, late of the City of Dublin, including £4,000 in Royal Canal stock and a leasehold interest in Crowe Street and Temple Lane. Certified manuscript, copy of affidavit sworn 24th September 1814 by Rev. Robert Truell (executor). Single large sheet, with Revenue stamp. w.a.f €100 - 200

180

roy 8vo D.1933; also Reigning Cats adn Dogs A Guinness Book of Pets, roy 8vo n.d. 2 copies of this work most attractive coloured and bl. & white illus. in all works. Good & scarce. (3)

€100 - 200

178

176

Guinness Doctor’s Books; The Guinness Alice,

181

[Cromwell’s Army]

an original musical score by Haydon Augarde, a Descriptive Musical Sketch for the Piano. Folio L.n.d. [c.1914] 8pp with pictorial front cover; also page 8, from The New York Freeman’s Journal, for Saturday April 27, 1912, reporting on the loss of the Titanic, with original illustrations and sketches, framed. As ephemera, w.a.f. Rare (2)

A small bundle of slips and part letters, including signature of W. N. Thackeray (on a very small slip),(Lord) Wellesley, Lady Louise Grattan, T. Drummond & others mostly 19th & early 20th Century, some Continental, also two copies of the List of Subscribers to the Mission of Rinuccini in Ireland, one with the signature of Rev. Dr. Russell of Maynooth, 1872. As a coll. w.a.f.

Settlement Acts. A printed Advertisment, circa 1668, concerning claims from Adventures, soldiers and others entitled to benefit from Irish Lands entrusted to Sir William Petty and others, for the benefit of officers and soldiers in the regiments of Col. Henry Pritty, Col. Thomas Sadler, and Col. John Cole, advising claimants to register their claims in Dublin. Lg 4to no printer, no date, probably Dublin printed with wd.-cut decoration, laid down on backing sheet. Together with a folio m/ss page containing hand, back & front. An intriguing manuscript, w.a.f. (2)

€80 - 120

€50 - 100

€150 - 250

“The Wreck of the Titanic”,


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184

[Railway Interest]: A collection of varied documents:

Dublin and Meath Railway Act, 1858, & a Copy of Draft Notice Regarding Johnson with Meath Railway 1862; Great Southern & Western Railway (Tullow Extension), Schedule for Townland of Broughhillstown, Parish of Rahill to Lord Frankford de Montmoreny 1883, and letter from Lord Frankfort. As with lot, w.a.f. (4) €80 - 120

[Co. Kildare: 1815]. A Lease between Patrick Dunne of Corbally and Robert Johnsonof Athy,

for premises situated at Preston’s Gate in Athy, on vellum. With a good m/ss map on paper by W.H. Nolan, signed & sealed. As a manuscript, w.a.f.

183

186

€150 - 250

[Guiness Doctors Book] “My Goodness My Gilbert and Sullivan!”

8vo Ipswich n.d. [c.1950], with attractive coloured designs by A. Grove-Raines, original coloured plated wrappers. €80 - 120

[Co. Dublin]: 1770. Original lease of lands in Grange,

4 printed and engraved receipts with manuscript additions, dated 1777, 1775, 1779 & 1782. Good. (4)

Parish of Whitechurch, between Mathew Goodman and John Bryan, with a contemporary Copy of a Map of Part of the Lands of Grange.. Co. Dublin, Surveyed for Alderman Thos. Taylor, June 5th, 1755 by Roger Hendrick, Surveyor to the Honble. City of Dublin, on paper. The entire on vellum, signed and sealed. As a m/ ss, w.a.f.(1)

€80 - 120

€150 - 250

[Bank Receipts]: Cork, Riggs Falkiner, Leslie & Kellett’s Bank,

[Co. Limerick: 1779]. Lease of land between John Piggot of Rathkeale, and Maurice Studdard of Manor Carranstordie (Mount Southwell),

187

[Kingstown Harbour]: A Lease by the Commissioners Kingstown Harbour to Royal Marine Hotel Co.

for ground round Reservoir, dated June 1866, Ig. fold manuscript on vellum including a coloured map, sealed and signed by W.R. Le Fanu and others. An interesting document. As a manuscript, w.a.f.

on vellum, with small map, signed and sealed, strained and worn. As a manuscript, w.a.f. €150 - 250

189

[Martineau (Mary Ellen)] ALs to Mr. Hutton, replying to birthday wishes on behalf of her father (James Martineau, Unitarian divine, once pastor at Eustace St., Dublin), dated May 1895; also four ALs to Thomas Francis Kennedy (1788-1879) Scottish Parliamentarian, from Lords Minto (Paris 1831), Althorp (Downing St., 1832) Cockburn & Jeffrey. Some with seals and postal markings. As a collection, w.a.f. €50 - 100

€300 - 500

190

[Co. Dublin: 1779]: A Conveyance between John West of the City of Dublin, Goldsmith and John Clayton,

and others of Dublin part of the Lands at Cullenswood in the Country of Dublin, 2 v. large vellum sheets, signed and sealed. As a manuscript, w.a.f. €100 - 200


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191

[Clarmont (Col. Stopford)], British Military Attack in Paris.

A collection of letters, invitations and notes from various persons, mainly diplomatic, 1850’s, some with associated envelopes postally used. As a collection, w.a.f.

192

€50 - 100

[Postal History]: A small collection of envelopes mostly stamped and postally used (a few with stamps removed), many addressed to William Hughes of Paris, mostly 19th Century. As a collection, w.a.f.

193

€80 - 120

[Shipowner’s of the Port of Sunderland]: Longridge (M.) Chairman;

a printed circular letter, “At a numerous and respectable Meeting of the Shipowner’s of the Port of Sunderland, held at Jowsey’s, the George Inn on Thursday 21st February 1805... This Meeting having been informed that a Bill is brought into Parliament by the Proprietors of the Grand Junction Canal, to enable them to supply the London Market with inland Coals;...” Signed by Chairman and with a manuscript note from Thomas Sanderson to the Lord Deval, 4pp. folded and with postal markings. As a manuscript, w.a.f. €80 - 120

194

197

[Irish Portrait Prints]: A good collection of approximately 24 varied Portraits of famous Irishmen and Irishwomen, including Thomas Lord Manners, engraved by Cardon after Comerford; Rev. Dr. Dickson Bishop of Down, 1810; John Grey; George Ponsonby M.P.; Henry De La Poer Beresford; Lady Forbes; Lady Dufferin; Gustavus Hune; Mary Delaney; Viscountess of Leinster; Charles Duke of Leinster; Edward Sullivan; John Redmond, M.P. and others. As a collection w.a.f.

195

[G.A.A.]: Our Games,

(Ar g Cluichi Fein) Official Annual of G.A.A. Vols. for 1958, 1960 and 1962-1979. Together with 20 volumes 4to D. 1958-1979. All profusely illustrated, first few hard back and remaining original picture printed wrappers. As a periodical, w.a.f.

196

€150 - 250

Galway V. Offaly, 26 September 1971; Kerry V Offaly, 24 September 1972; Cork V. Galway, 23 September 1973; and Dublin V. Galway, 22 September 1974. Four large format programmes with photos and adverts some with scores added and some annotations, and with original picture colour printed wrappers. In 1971, Offaly won 1-14 to 2-8; In 1972 Offaly drew this match and went on to win the replay 1-19 to 0-13; In 1973, Cork beat Galway 3-13 to 2-13; and in 1974, Dublin beat Galway 0-14 to 1-6. In 1971 and 1972 Offaly won their first ever All-Ireland Title. (4) €100 - 200

Semi-Final, Replay, Down v. Offaly, Croke Park, 11th September 1960. A 8pp. booklet with photo and adverts, and original red printed wrappers with Map of Ireland. Very good. This replay saw Down beat Offaly 1-7 to 1-5, and reach their first ever All-Ireland Final. €100 - 200

€100 - 200

[G.A.A. - Football, 1971-1974]: Tour Programmes for All-Ireland Football Finals,

[G.A.A. - Football]: All-Ireland Senior Football

198

[G.A.A. Football] An important collection of approximately 70 original Irish Press Photographs,

1950’s, each approximately 8 x 10” or 6 x 8”, and most with printed captions attached, inlcuding some stunning Action Shots, and fine Team Portraits, All-Ireland and Railway Cup Action, also Provincial, Colleges and Club Games, all in fine condition. In two albums, as photographs, w.a.f. Valuable source material. €600 - 800

199

[G.A.A. - Signed Ephemera]: 1981 All Stars

- Clar & Menu, folio, 8pp., and original painted wrappers, with 14 signatures on back cover, including, Jack & Maureen Lynch, Paddy Buggy, Michael O’Hehir etc; P.M.P.A. AllIreland Football Finals, 1983, folding Menu Card, 17 signatures; a Christmas Card, signed by Sean O’Siochain, former President of G.A.A.; and another signed Card. As a lot, w.a.f. (4) €50 - 100


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[G.A.A.: Hurling]. A wonderful collection of approximately 64 original 1950’s Press Photographs,

each approximately 8 x 10” or 6 x 8”, and most with printed captions attached. Included are some very fine Team portraits and excellent shots of Provincial and All-Ireland action mostly played at Croke Park and Nowlan Park, Kilkenny. There are also some prints of Camogie action, Crowd Scenes, aerial photographs of Croke Park and Portlaois. In an Album, as photos, w.a.f. Valuable source material.

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204

205

206

[Co. Meath: Marriage Settlements - 1734 and 1768].

The first between Mark Synnot of Dublin and Anna Nugent. Towns and Lands of Fortall & Aghavoly in the Barony of Ballybrit, Kings County Lands of Corballis and Ballygarth in the Barony of Duleek, Co. Meath, etc., on vellum 4 large sheets, signed and sealed: also settlement between Philip Tuite of Newcastle and Martha Ryan. With attached memorial dated 1777, and Release dated 1778. Towns and Lands of Newcastle Co. Meath, 5 Ig. vellum sheets, signed and sealed. As a manuscript, w.a.f. (2) €100 - 200

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210

FLORA H. MITCHELL,

“Vanishing Dublin”, Allen & Figgis, Dublin, 1966, with coloured plates and an Introduction by The Earl of Wicklow. Signed “Wicklow”. €300 - 400

A PHOTOGRAPHIC POSTCARD DEPICTING LIBERTY HALL ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF JAMES CONNOLLY’S DEATH, 1917.

€100 - 200

211

The photograph depicts a large banner, reading “James Connolly, Murdered, May 12th 1916”, which was only hanging for one hour before it was taken down by the police. Unused.

ACTS AND STATUTES,

made in a parliament begun at Dublin the 12th day of November, ANNO. DOM. 1715 folio, Dublin (Andrew Crooke) 1721, engraved title page, and with the various acts bound in. Contemporary full calf binding with gilt filet. €500 - 800

‘Harry Clarke: His Graphic Art’, folio Dolmen Press 1983. Profusely illustrated, cloth & d.w. V.good

212

Eoin O’Brien

The Beckett Country, Dublin 1986 Limited edition, 31/250 illustrations after Robert Ballagh, with contemporary photographs by David Davison, signed on flyleaf “Samuel Beckett” in a pictorial gilt stamped grey morocco binding by Markey Bookbinders, in a morocco and yellow water - silk slip case €100 - 200

Catholic Emanciptation Pamphlets

Bellew R., Hibernica trinoda necessitas.,...; Corneille, Catholic Emancipation; O’Beirne (T Lewis) Bp. of Meath, A Letter to Dr. Troy, Catholicana or Anecdotes respecting the State of Popery in the South of Ireland; A letter Address to the Earl of Fingal; Crowley, James, Maynooth, Thoughts on the Emancipation of Roman Catholics; Poynter, Rev Dr., A Theological Examination on the Doctrine of Columbanus; A Short Address to the Roman Catholics of Ireland. (8) €100 - 200

€200 - 300

profusely illustrated, with original decorated wrappers, with design after Harry Clarke; and a reprint of same; together with Law (H.A.) Why is Ireland at WAr, 8vo D. & L. 1915, original colour painted wrappers. (3) €100 - 150

Sinn Fein Rebellion Handbook,

1917 Issue, including map together with a collection of Republican booklets, etc. Including “Oglaigh na hEireann, Training Manual”, “Military Rule in Ireland” by Erskine Childers, “The Oath of Allegiance” by Diarmuid O’ Cruashlaoich, etc. €300 -500

216 A typed report on a bombing at Thurles railway station on December 9th 1921,

dated December 10th 1921 and addressed to ‘The Chief Liason Officer, Gresham Hotel, Dublin’, together with a hand drawn map illustrating the incident. €100 - 200

217

Dolmen Press; The Nativity from the Holy Gospel According to Saint Luke,

sm. 8vo D. Sept. 1953. With a good engraved frontis by Michael Biggs, stitched, orig. ptd. wrappers. A very clean copy of this scarce early Dolmen booklet. €100 - 150

Brisbane, Reminiscences of General Sir Thomas Markdougall Brisbane,

€50 - 100

213

[Griffith & Collins]: Arthur Griffith - Michael Collins, Memorial Publication, 4to D. (M. Lester), [1922],

€200 - 300

€300 - 500

‘Sligo’, 8vo L. 1930, First Edition, with tipped in photos of author, and signed and inscribed “Jack B. Yeats, Dublin September 1930”, original buckram; Together with ‘And to You Also’, 12mo L. 1944. First Edition, frontis and illustrated plates, cloth backed boards. (2)

215

Sligo, 8vo ,. L. 1930. First Edn., cloth., inscribed by author, Jack B Yeats Dublin Ireland / September 19th 1930, on the hf.title

signed by De Valera, 20 x 25 cm.

Yeats, Jack B.,

lg. 4to Edin., 1860 First Edn. Printed for private circulation., hf. title, compliment slip, two coloured lithograph plates and one engraved port. (ex 2) cont. hf. crushed levant.

A SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH OF EAMON DEVALERA,

Yeats, Jack Butler

214

€60 - 80

€600 - 800

201

BOWE, Nicola Gordon,

R.I.A. - Clare Island Survey.

Praeger, R.L. & others (eds), A Biological Survey of Clare Island in the County of Mayo, Ireland, Parts 1-68, bound in 3 thick vols., roy 8vo D 19111915. All original parts plus orig. covers, except Parts 2,3,4,5,1015,20 and 64 supplied in facsimile, fold. & other plts & illus, recent blue cloth, all very clean, As a periodical, w.a.f. V. rare. (3) €400 - 600

Rare Cuala Publications.

Cuala Press: The Wren Boys, a sm. 4to booklet with hand coloured illustration by Jack B Yeats, with traditional words and music. grey green wrappers, detached and frayed. V. scarce. €150 - 200

218

[G.A.A. - Football, 1961]: Cluichí Ceannais Peile na h’Eireann.

All-Ireland Football Final, Down V. Offaly 1961, Croke Park, 24 September 1961. A 20pp. brochure, with photos and adverts, and with original red printed wrappers showing football players, soiled and worn; also ‘Unofficial’ Programme for this match, 8pp. with photos and green printed wrappers, good. Two Programmes, w.a.f. This was Down’s second in a row and second title. They beat Offaly on a score line of 3-6 to 2-8 before a massive crowd of 90,556 spectators, with their captain Paddy Doherty who was also on the team the previous year. (2) €100 - 200


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Lot 205

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JOHN COUNT McCORMACK

The Songs of Ireland by J L Hatton and J L Molloy 4th (New and Enlarged Edition) London and New York (nd) decorated cloth with an inscription Presented to Miss Lily Foley with Vincent O’Briens compliments as a small token of thanks for services rendered at his concert, 28th November 1900 and signed on the back end paper Lillie Foley, with a photograph by W D Hogan 56 Henry Street, Dublin, July 1925 of Count John McCormack and Vincent O’Brien standing on the deck of a ship. Together with John McCormack’s leather make up box, the lid stamped J McC. Note : Vincent O’Brien was the conductor of the Palestrina Choir at Dublin’s Pro-Cathedral of St. Mary. The choir had an unsurpassed standard which was built up and maintained over many years by O’Brien. It was he who granted the young McCormack a place in the choir and gave him his first professional singing lessons, which led to the singer being awarded the Denza Gold Medal for the best tenor at the Dublin Feis Ceoil (Music Festival) in 1903. O’Brien had also coached Lily Foley and she too was awarded a gold medal at the Feis; she later became McCormack’s wife. Amongst his other pupils were the author James Joyce, who was awarded the Bronze Medal at the Feis the followig year, and Margaret Sheridan who became a leading soprano at the San Carlo Opera in Naples and at the Royal Opera House, Convent Garden, where she appeared with Beniamino Gigli at the British premier of Andrea Chenier. Vincent O’Brien made serveral important recordings with McCormack and Kreizler and went on tour with McCormack in 1913/1914 when Schneider was unable to travel. Lily McCormack tells how O’Brien, who hadn’t travelled a lot, was warned that this journey would take him almost around the world and to plan his luggage accordingly. She recalls seeing O’Brien on a railway station in Vancouver, surrounded by a small mountain of hand luggage and looking extremely harassed. McCormack exploded ‘why didn’t you bring a trunk and one bag and save yourself all this bother?’ Vincent O’Brien, described by Countess McCormack as ‘a dear, vague, artistic soul’, replied ‘Sure John if I’d known I was going so far I would’ve’.

221

Organising Roscommon, Mayo & Galway

€600 - 800

222

I.R.A. Accounts:

€600 - 800

223

Keegan (Comdt. H.) South Leitrim Brigade.

An autograph signed letter dated 18.3.25, to ‘President de Valera,’ complaining that after seven years as an IRA officer, he has been subjected to disciplinary proceedings, explaining his case and asking for a full enquiry. Apparently the writer spent some time in a Free State barracks after the ‘split’ and helped Republican prisoners to escape, but his actions were misunderstood. As a manuscript, w.a.f. Provenance: Maurice (Moss) Twomey Archive. Independence Sale 2010 €200 - 300

€200 - 300

224 220

September 1924. A typescript document summarising the I.R.A.’s cash accounts for the month ending September 30th 1924, certified correct by Sean Mc Bride, Director of Finance; sanctioned by Frank Aiken, Chief of Staff; and accepted by M. Colivet, asst. Minister for Finance; and signed by all three. With oval rubber stamp of I.R.A. Dept. of Finance, 2 Oct. 1924. The accounts show total expenditure of £697-0-0, with a balance on hands of £143-5-1. As a m/ss., w.a.f. * A remarkable document, bearing the signatures of a future Nobel and Lenin Peace Prize laureate, and a future Minister for Foreign Affairs, the first Irish Minister to speak at the United Nations. Provenance: Maurice (Moss) Twomey Archive. Independence Sale 2010

Years later it must have been a very sad occasion for Vincent O’Brien when having survied his illustrious pupil, he conducted the Palestrina Choir at McCormack’s graveside at Deansgrange, Dublin, in September 1945.

O’Coilean (Michael) [Michael Collins]. A typed letter signed, 1pp. on Dail Eireann notepaper dated 11 November 1919, to P. Ryan of Claremorris, discussing a number of matters concerning organisation in Roscommon Mayo & Galway. The letter water stained and frayed, laid down on backing sheet, but still very legible and without loss, with a very good signature. As a document, w.a.f.

THE UNITED IRISHMAN, ed. Arthur Griffith, 1905-6.

Maud Gonne MacBride signed copy

“A Servant of the Queen”, Reminiscences by Maud Gonne MacBride, London, Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1938 Signed

A strongly bound atlas folio volume, morocco backed, containing issues from No. 310 Vol. 13, Feb. 4 1905, to No. 365 Vol. 16, Feb. 24 1906, spine worn at top but generally in good condition, a few issues lightly soiled. We have not collated this volume and the run is not guaranteed to be unbroken. By far the most influential Nationalist periodical of its time.

€200 - 300

€100 - 200


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Collectables

225

226

TWO 18th CENTURY INDIAN KATAR’S,

each with a riveted European blade attached. €200 - 300

A LATE 18th, EARLY 19th CENTURY STYLE FLINTLOCK PISTOL,

customised with modern front and rear sights on an octagonal barrel, with both the inventory and markers marks, above a concealed ramrod. €200 - 300

227

AN EARLY 19th CENTURY PERCUSSION PISTOL,

229

with a fixed swivel ramrod, fully stocked, chequered grip & steel furniture €200 - 300

228

AN EARLY 20th CENTURY BAYONET, AND A BRASS HANDLED FRENCH BAYONET €150 - 250

AN LATE 19th, EARLY 20th CENTURY SOUTH AFRICAN TIMBER KNOBKERRIE €80 - 120

230

A COLLECTION OF THREE NEPALESE KUKRI, one with a horn handle (3)

231

€80 - 120

FRENCH MID 18th CENTURY FLINTLOCK PISTOL,

with swamped steel barrel, fully stocked, with later eastern decoration, and another €80 - 120

232

A SET OF THREE 19th CENTURY AFRICAN DAGGERS, in a single sheath of crocodile skin €80 - 100


32

233

236

234

A TANTO AND WAKIZASHI,

both with bound shagreen grips, and gilt menuke, iron tsuba, on a stained wood stand. €400 - 500

A COLLECTION OF REPRODUCTION AND DECORATIVE FIREARMS

237

239

A COLLECTION OF SCABBARDS AND SHORT DAGGERS,

240

and an Indian small circular fighting shield €50 - 80

on cast iron carriage bases, in the form of dragons, 38 cm long €200 - 400

A MIDDLE EASTERN BLUNDERBUS, with a swamped barrel

238

€100 - 200

€50 - 80

235

A PAIR OF BRASS SIGNAL CANNON,

A CAST IRON AND GILT METAL MODEL OF A JAPANESE KABUTO €30 - 50

AN EARLY 19th CENTURY SHOT FLASK, with a brass mount, together with a leg iron €50 - 80

A LONG CAUCAUSIAN DAGGER,

and an Indian Tulwar, and an Arbian Short Saber €100 - 150

241

A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR SHOTGUN CASE,

the interior fitted and labelled “Kavanagh Dublin”, and a smaller mahogany pistol case with brass mounts. €150 - 200


33

242

A German leather pickelhaube,

the black leather skull with gilt spike, lion and chin strap

243

A 1930’s Garda blue cloth helmet

€200 - 300

€200 - 300

245

A German early 20th Century Leather police helmet

€200 - 300

246

A late 19th Century English cavalry “life guard”s helmet,

€300 - 500

with white metal mounts

the white metal skull with central star and gilt metal mounts with plume

244

A German leather pickelhaube,

€200 - 400

247

the black leather skull with white metal spike, eagle and chin strap

A 19th CENTURY FRENCH INLAID FRUITWOOD SNUFFMULL,

in the form of a Cuirassier’s helmet, decorated with inlaid flowers, foliage etc., with a hinged compartment. €300 - 500


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248

A 19TH SCOTTISH HIGHLAND DIRK,

249

the carved entwined platted handle, set with white metal studs, and mounts, in a black leather scabbard with companion knives. 43 cm

72 cm long, and two short spear pikes

250

€100 - 200

€200 - 300

A WROUGHT IRON HOOK HEAD PIKE,

A MALAYSIAN HUNTING KNIFE,

252

the carved wooden handle in the form of a dragon. €80 - 100

AN INDONESIAN SHORT SWORD,

with plain hook handle and early 19th Century European blade in a bamboo scabbard

with ribbed wooden handle, and brass mounts, and painted black wooden scabbard. 61 cm €80 - 120

251

A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE SHORT SWORD,

253

€100 - 150

1916 Relic from the G.P.O. Dublin

An Italian Volterlic Pattern M-1870 Bayonet, recovered from the Ruins of the G.P.O. after the Easter Rising of 1916. The wooden insets on handle are lacking, having burned away in the fire on that occasion. * The present bayonet is similar to those landed at Howth from on board “The Asgard,” Yacht for the Irish volunteers in July 1914. With the remnants of a contemporary identity tag. €300 - 500

254

AN IRISH OFFICERS SWORD,

the pieced brass basket hand guard, with ‘FF’ insignia and wire bound shagreen grip, above an etched blade in a leather scabbard €400 - 500

255

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND BRASS FIELD TELESCOPE,

inscribed Harris & Co, London Day or Night, together with a leather container stamped K. J. K.S.. Note : This belonged to Ben John Kincaid-Smith who had a distinguished career in the South African and 1st World Wars being awarded the D.S.O and C.M.G.. He maintained a lodge in Connemara where he was a keen fisherman. €150 - 250

256

AN EBONY AND BRASS MOUNTED SEXTANT,

by Gray and Keen, Strand, Liverpool, inlaid with bone scales, within a stained wood case, 31cms long. €100 - 150


35

257

260

258

A COLLECTION OF MARKLIN TRAIN ACCESSORIES, C. 1950 - 60, including transformers 220V “280 Marklin Super”, bahnschaltgerat perfekt 220V transformer, titan bahnschaltgerat perfekt type 809 transforners, point controllers, point light indicators etc.

259

contained in its original red box

contained in their original red boxes, the electric shunting locomotive and the class E41

€300 - 400

€150 - 200

A COLLECTION OF MARKLIN GOODS WAGONS

261

A COLLECTION OF MARKLIN PASSENGER CARRAIGES,

262

including a sleeping carriage, restaurant car, fast tail coach with tail lights, etc, contained in red & green cardboard boxes

A MARKLIN PLASTIC STEAM LOCOMOTIVE,

and an Marklin electric locomotive.

264

€100 - 150

A COLLECTION OF MARKLIN TRACK SIDEBUILDINGS,

including an airport terminal, farm yard animals, etc, together with original box for starter collection, and a Marklin catalogue from the early 60’s. €80 - 100

A MARKLIN STEAM LOCOMOTIVE,

with attached coal tender, contained in a pale blue cardboard box, modelled on the German Federal Railway Class 01. €250 - 300

€200 - 300

263

TWO MARKLIN ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES,

€200 - 300

€200 - 300

A MARKLIN MODEL OF A HEAVY ELECTRIC SWISS LOCOMOTIVE (CROCODILE),

265

A LARGE COLLECTION OF EARLY 20th CENTURY CHILDRENS BOARD GAMES Provenance: Ballywalter Park, The Nursery €100 - 150


36 266

A COLLECTION OF TRACKSIDE BUILDINGS, and a miscellaneous collection of track. €50 - 100

267

A COLLECTION OF MARKLIN TRAIN ACCESSORIES CIRCA 1950 - 60,

including straight and curved track, points, double slip points, diamond crossing, etc €200 - 300

Lot 266

268

A collection of Irish stamps,

dating from the 1920s through to the 1960s, approx. 157 in total. As a collection, w.a.f. €300 - 500

269

A Specialised collection of stamps,

containing hundreds of 1922 “Rialtas Sealadach” and “Saorstat Eireann” overprint varieties on British stamps. €400 - 600

270 Lot 270

A TIMBER MODEL OF A SKIFF,

with sails set, and a model of a three masted galleon €50 - 100

271

AN UNUSUAL BRASS AND LEATHER CASED FIELD TELESCOPE, 19th CENTURY. €100 - 150

Lot 271

272

273

A HAND MODELLED DIARAMA,

depicting the ambush at Béal ná mBláth, and a Napoleonic diorama (2) €80 - 100

A COLLECTION OF EIGHT MOURNING BROOCHES and an ebony locket (9) €150 - 250

Lot 272

274

A silk handkerchief

commemorating the ‘Heros of ‘98’ circa 1898 €200 - 400

275

A BRONZE FIGURE OF A HORNED MAN,

seated, holding a book, on a square base. 23cm high; together with a bust of a lady. 30.5cm high. €100 - 150

Lot 275


37

276 A pair of 18th Century Turkish Flint lock holster pistols,

the damasked barrels inlaid with gold stringing and poinchoins, etc. Fully stocked barrels with bone caps and mosaic inlaid stocks having brass furniture, 15.75” €3000 - 3500

277

A brass barreled model of a siege cannon in three stages on a wooden carriage €800 - 1200


38

278

279

280

281

TWO MORROCAN JAMBIYA

287

€40 - 60

A LATE 19th CENTURY INFANTRY PATTERN OFFICERS SWORD OF THE RIFLE REGIMENT, with silver basket, €150 - 200

AN EARLY 19th CENTURY PERCUSSION MUSCAT,

the lock inscribed Pritchard, below a crown, the barrel and butt plate, with the registration mark F7640 €150 - 250

288

289

TWO 19TH CENTURY JAPANNED TIN UNIFORM HAT BOXES, one for a bicorne hat

296 A chest containing a miscellaneous collection of militaria,

including helmets, belts, jackets and other items of miltary uniform as well as instruments, etc.

€80 - 100

€500 - 800

A GEORGE II COURT SWORD,

with gilt brass spadroon handle and wire grip €100 - 150

297

A 19TH CENTURY (1822 PATTERN) OFFICIERS SWORD,

with brass hilt, and folding guard with lion mask pomel

Dublin & Waterford Regiments: Two Cap Badges,

(a) “Dublin Regiment,” a pierced and circular shaped badge, with shamrocks surrond and city coat of arms, capitalised with “N.V.” (National Volunteers), (b) “Waterford Reg.,” a circular shaped Badge with shamrock surround and Country Arms, capitalised “I.N.V.” (Irish National Volunteers), both brass.

€50 - 100

€150 - 200

50th Jubilee Medallion:

An attractive solid silver Medallion, cast by Wodoys Company Limited and designed by Paul Vincze F.R.B.S., the obverse with a side profile of P.H. Pearse, dated 1879 - 1916, the reverse with a quote from the Proclamation, and two figures kneeling cased and numbered 692 Series C, hall marked. Good clean example. * Paul Vincze was born in Hungary and has been regarded as one of the most original influential and artistic sculptor medallists of the 20th Century. (1)

290

291

€200 - 300

A COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS BAYONETS €100 - 150

298 A War of Independence medal, together with five Gaelic Games medals awarded to Michael Kelly. €500 - 700

AN EARLY 20th CENTURY MACHETE

BY SAMUEL HITCHEN, Sheffield, dated 1918, in a brown leather scabbard, together with a Sudanese broad sword. €50 - 80

299 A miscellaneous collection of sporting and military medals. As a lot, w.a.f.

282

283

284

285

286

A SET OF FOUR BRITISH NAVY MEDALS,

along with their four miniature versions, awarded to Navy Chaplin and mounted with gilt frame in a wooden glazed case

292

€800 - 1200

A GEORGE III PATTERN SABRE,

293

with stirrup hilt €100 - 200

A LATE 19TH CENTURY SWORD,

with A3 bar open guard and timber grip €50 - 100

294

€200 - 300

A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF SWORDS AND SCABBARDS €50 - 100

300

A BALINESE OR TAIWANESE SHORT SWORD,

One for Leinster 1948 - 49 and the other for Lansdowne Rugby Club, 1952 - 53, both awarded to Mr. Patrick Kelly, Wexford. (2) €100 - 200

with wavy blade, and bound wooden handle 74 cm long €100 - 150

Irish Provincial and Club Rugby Caps

301

A 19TH CENTURY BRASS HILTED STIRRUP HANGER

A rare world war II American U.S. Army Pilot’s Jacket, in full leather with steel tipped collar and inner silk lining illustrating a map of France, detailing escape routes, etc. €400 - 600

€50 - 100

A 19TH COURT SWORD,

with gilt brass stirrup hilt, and wire bound grip €80 - 100

A LATE 19TH CENTURY SWORD,

with A3 bar open guard and timber grip €50 - 100

295

Three Gaelic Games medals [Co. Kerry]

One silver medal from the Abbeydorney ‘Hurling Tournament’ 1918 and two other examples dated 1925 and 1928. €100 - 200

302

A BOX OF PHOTOGRAPHIC

EQUIPMENT €10 - 20


39 303

A CASED GROUP OF HANDPAINTED FIGURES,

of the Irish Citizen Army, and a cased group depicting the Royal Irish Rangers, together with a picture €100 - 150

304 A COLLECTION OF coloured lead and plastic toy soldiers.

305

Lot 275

€150 - 200

A Group of model figures in the form of Celtic Heros, in a mirror backed perspex case with wooden base. €100 - 200

Lot 275

306 A group of hand painted model figures in the form of Irish Historical Figures, in a mirror backed perspex case with wooden base.

€200 - 300

Lot 275 307

Two groups of hand painted model figures,

one in the form of Napolean’s Irish Legion and the other Napolean’s Battalion (bodyguards), both in mirror backed perspex cases with wooden bases. €150 - 250

308

[HARRY BOLAND 1887-1922]

A lead bullet said to have been extracted from Harry Boland’s body at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin on 31 July 1922, after he was shot while attempting to escape arrest by Free State soldiers at a hotel in Skerries near Dublin early that morning. With a signed letter of provenance from the vendors, explaining that the bullet was preserved in a sealed envelope at St. Vincent’s, until given by the Sisters to a supervisor at the hospital, Kitty Lowry (nee Harpur), formerly an active member of Cumann na mBan. The sealed envelope was seen with seal intact by a member of staff at Adams, but after was torn open by a house-burglar, who apparently was disappointed by its contents. Our staff can certify that the envelope with its seal and contents was intact until recently. Also with a signed letter from the local Garda office confirming details of the burglary.

Lot 275

Lot 275

Harry Boland, an Easter Week veteran, was a close colleague and friend of Michael Collins, and a leading figure in the Volunteer reorganisation after the Easter Rising. At one time he and Collins were rivals for the affections of Kitty Kiernan. Boland was elected TD for Roscommon in the First Dail. He was sent to the United States in 1919 as Secretary to President De Valera. On his return he opposed the Treaty, but sought to heal the growing divisions in the Dail and the Volunteers, and was one of the architects of the so-called ‘Pact’. He was sleeping in a Skerries hotel on the night of 30/31 July when the hotel was surrounded by a Free State military party with an armoured car. Armed soldiers entered Boland’s room and called on him to surrender. In a confused situation, it seems he tried to escape and was shot and seriously wounded. He was later taken to St. Vincent’s Hospital, where he died a few days later. It is alleged that he was taken first to a military barracks, and that there was a delay in securing medical treatment; this was denied by the authorities. There is evidence that Michael Collins was much grieved by his death.

€700 - 1000

Lot 259


Paintings

40

309

18th CENTURY IRISH SCHOOL Portrait of Thomas Everard Oil on canvas, 77 x 64cm

310

€50 - 100

311

ALEXANDER WILLIAMS RHA (1846-1930) Castlelough, Killarney Watercolour, 28 x 47.5cm Signed and inscribed

A. STONE

Wooded Landscape Oil on Canvas, 40 x 60cm Signed €50 - 100

€200 - 300

312

ALFRED DE BREANSKI

Haymaking on Bolney Island Oil on board, 16 x 23cm Signed and dated 1885

313

IRISH SCHOOL, EARLY 20th CENTURY Lake and Mountain Landscape Oil on board, 29 x 40cm Signed with monogram and dated 1909

Provenance: From the Lawrence Collection, Belfast and their sale, Ross’s, February 2002

314

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th CENTURY Purple Dahlia’s Oil on canvas, 29 x 44.5cm (11.5 x 17.5”) €50 - 100

€100 - 200

€600 - 1000

315

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th CENTURY Purple Dahlia’s Oil on canvas, 29 x 44.5cm (11.5 x 17.5”) €50 - 100

316

GEORGE WILLIAM MORRISON Mulroy Bay Watercolour, 17 x 35cm Signed and inscribed with title €100 - 200

317

H. WALMSLEY (20th CENTURY)

Mountain Landscape With Sheep And Farm Buildings Watercolour, 24 x 34cm Signed €50 - 100


41

318

CHARLES SILLEM LIDDERDALE (BRITISH, 1831-1895) Study of a Young Girl in Woods Oil on canvas, 51 x 41.5 cm (20 x 16.4”) Signed and dated (18)’88 €2000 - 3000


42

319

JACOB VAN DIEGHEM (Dutch, 19th Century) Ewe in a stable with her twin lambs; Sheep, goat and hens in a landscape setting Oil on board, 14.5 x 20.5cm each Signed (2)

320

€1000 - 1500

J.G. ATKINSON (BRITISH, 1863-1924) A Pandy Mill, Dolgally, North Wales Oil on canvas, 44 x 34cm Signed €400 - 600

321

attributed to WILLIAM MULLER (BRITISH, 1812-1845) Classical Ruins in a Landscape Oil on canvas, 23 x 30cms Unframed

322

€200 - 300

324

J M DUKER

Figures on a Road Oil on canvas, a pair, 50 x 75cm Signed (2)

JOHANNES HUBERTUS LEONARDUS DE HAAS (1832-1908)

323

Pastoral Landscape with Sheep Oil on panel, 15.5 x 22.5cm Signed

SCOTTISH SCHOOL, 19th CENTURY Cattle Crossing Stream Oil on canvas, 53 x 99cm

€300 - 500

€300 - 500

325

HEENRICK BRELING (German, 1849-1914) Shopping for Provisions Oil on panel, 23 x 15cm Signed Lower Right

€100 - 200

326

G. GREHAM, 19TH CENTURY Horses in stables, a set of three Oil on canvas, 35 x 39cm Signed €600 - 1000

€200 - 400


43

327

Sir Frederic William Burton RHA (8 April 1816 - 16 March 1900)

A Portrait of Mary Florence Vanderbyl Watercolour, 46.5 x 37 cm (18.3x14.6�) Signed and dated, also signed and dated verso, Aug 5th 1870 ₏2000 - 4000


44

328

329

Victorian School

Lake and mountain landscapes, possibly Killarney A pair, watercolours, 30 x 50cm Signed indistinctly

Continental School,

330

19th Century Dramatic landscape Watercolour, 38 x 49cm €200 - 300

Victorian School

Lake and Mountain Landscape Watercolour, 22 x 56cm Signed indistinctly and dated 1893 €300 - 400

€800 - 1200

331

333

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19th Century)

332

S. FOX

Head and Shoulders of a Young Man Oil on panel, 16 x 11cm

Study of a Fashionable Young Woman, head and shoulders Oil on panel, 32 x 23cm Signed and dated 1925

€50 - 100

€150 - 200

Attributed to Francis Bindon (c.1690-1765) Portait of Jonathan Swift Oil on canvas, 36 x 30cm €1000 - 1500

334

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th Century Study of a Young Girl with a Dog Oil on canvas, 54 x 43cm

€150 - 250


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335

Style of BARTHOLOMEW COLLES

WATKINS RHA

Two figures on a path in a mountainous landscape with distant lake. Oil on canvas, 55.5 x 88 cm €1500 - 2000

336

ANDREW NICHOLL RHA(1804-1886) Boating on a lake Watercolour, 43 x 63cm Signed and dated 1837 €400 - 600

337

CIRCLE OF CORNELIS DE BAEILLEUR Procession of the Arc of the Covenant Oil on panel, 47.5 x 62.5 cm

€1500 - 2000


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338

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th CENTURY

339

Figures Boating and Shipping in Coastal Landscape A Pair, Watercolour heightened in body colour, 38.5 x 59.5cm One signed with monogram and indistinctly dated

R. VEEN

340

Ship at sea Oil on canvas, 60 x 80 cm Signed indistinctly

€50 - 100

€300 - 500

342

PETER HOWELL (BRITISH, 1932) An Early Morning Gallop Oil on canvas, 34cms x 45cm Signed €300 - 500

344

IRISH SCHOOL, 19th CENTURY Boy Seated by a Tree Oil on canvas, 50 x 38 cm €100 - 200

Harbour Scene Oil on canvas 30 x 22cm

Together with; A watercolour, River landscape, 12 x 53cm

€150 - 250

341

ENGLISH SCHOOL, LATE 19th CENTURY

345

343

ROBERT JOBSON

FRANCISC MALAKEFF

A Covey of Wicklow Grouse Oil on canvas, 35 x 45 cm Signed

French Village Scene Oil on canvas, 60 x 92cm Signed

€400 - 600

€200 - 400

IRISH SCHOOL, LATE 19TH CENTURY Girl and boy with turf basket Oil on canvas, 84.5 x 45 cm €400 - 600

346

JOHN DOWNMAN, (1750-1824) Portrait of an 18th Century Lady Wash over pencil, 19.5 x 13.5cm €300 - 500


47 347

FLEMISH, 17th CENTURY

Portrait of Mary Magdalene Oil on board, 35 x 44.5 cm (13.8 x 17.5”) €2000 - 3000

348

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th CENTURY The Tale of Mirth Oil on board, 24 x 35cm Signed €200 - 300

349

after RICHARD ROTHWELL

The Flower Girl Black and white engraving, unframed; after Mulvaney The Homage of the Heart Black and white engraving, unframed. €30 - 50

350

lot 347

CONDE, after RICHARD COSWAY Mrs Fitzherbert Colour stipple engraving, 48cm x 30cm €50 - 60

351

Style of SALVATORE ROSA (1615-1673)

Capriccio landscape with fishermen, sheep and goats grazing on a river bank, a fortress in the distance Oil on canvas, 84 x 107cm €1000 - 2000

352

ITALIAN SCHOOL, 19th CENTURY Ah Senza Amare Handcoloured lithograph, 45cm x 120cm €50 - 70

353

MALCOLM BENNETT (20th Century) Mannin Strand Watercolour, 16 x 16cm Signed. Tom Caldwell exhibition label verso

lot 351

€100 - 200

354

F.DE LA POER (19th /early 20th Century) Near Palermo, Sicily March 1901 Watercolour, 17.8 x 35.6cm Signed and dated 1901 €50 - 100

355

19th CENTURY COPY

The Muse Erato Oil on canvas laid on board, 67 x 44cm

€200 - 300

lot 355


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356

SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (SCOTTISH, 1880-1969) Seated Nude Coloured print, 58 x 31cm Signed in pencil

357

SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (SCOTTISH, 1880-1969)

358

Three Seated Dancers Sepia print, 30 x 59cm Signed in pencil

SIR JACOB EPSTEIN (1880-1959) Reclining Nude Charcoal, 45 x 55cm (17.75 x 21.5”) Signed €600 - 800

€200 - 300

€250 - 350

359

EDWARD WARRINGTON Woodland scene on a river Watercolour, 51 x 75.5cm Signed and dated 1881

361 360

JOHN ERNEST AITKEN (BRITISH, 1881-1957) Fishing in a Bay Watercolour, 33 x 49cm Signed

€400 - 600 €150 - 250

BRUCE FLEGG

Calm Waters on the Strand, Sandymount, Dublin Bay Watercolour, 22 x 35cm Signed Together with two by the same hand “Howth from Merrion Strand” “The Broad Highway with Big Sugarloaf” Watercolour, each 20 x 34cm Signed (3) €600 - 800

362

J.W. CAREY (1895-1937)

Woman Walking by a Cottage Watercolour, 13 x 21cm €100 - 200

363

IRISH SCHOOL (19th Century)

“In The Phoenix Park” “The Lady’s Leap” “Ballyscanlon Lough” Watercolour, each 13 x 23 Signed with monogram and dated 1873 (3) €300 - 500

364

Follower of NICOLAAS BERCHEM, 17th Century Dutch School Herdsmen with Cattle Black chalk, watermark, 17.3 x 29cm Provenance : Sir Robert Mond €300 - 500


49 365

TOD RAMOS

Ascot Oil on canvas, 59cms x 91cms Signed €1000 - 2000

366

G.R. STEVENS

Droving the Sheep Watercolour, 24.5 x 36cm Signed €100 - 200

Lot 365 367

A COLLECTION OF MAPS, DRAWN

AND ENGRAVED FOR THOMSON’S NEW GENERAL ATLAS, all hand coloured etchings, including the Venetian States, the Austrian Dominions, a chart of the Mediterranean Sea. (3) €500 - 700

368

ALFRED EDUARD AGENOR DE BYLANDT (1829-1890) Horses at work in Spring Oil on canvas, 60cm x 83cm Signed lower right Bylandt and dated 1883

€2000 - 3000

369

Lot 366

19TH CENTURY PATRA SCHOOL NORTH EAST INDIA Portrait of Ranfit Singt, the first Sikh Maharajah Gouache with gilt highlights, 10 .75 x 7.5cm, miniature Later inscribed verso “Rangait Singt c.1840” Dawson Gallery label verso €200 - 300

370

SONIA LAWSON (British, b.1934)

A collection of four figural prints Lithographs, 76 x 57cm Each signed and numbered X, XII, XII & XXV (4)

Lot 368

€400 - 600

371

JOHN JOSEPH BARKER OF BATH RA (1824-1904) A Shepherd and Shepherdess along a road side Oil on canvas, each 40 x 60cm Signed €1500 - 2000

Lot 371


50

372

373

19th CENTURY SCHOOL Boy With Candle Oil on canvas, 74 x 61cm €100 - 200

374

Irish School, early 19th Century

Style of Louis Wain

Cats and mice iceskating Pen ink and collage 13 x 20cm Bearing signature Provenence: The Oriel Gallery Dublin €300-500

375

Pastoral Landscape with Castle Ruins Watercolour, 34 x 49cm (13.5 x 19.25”) Bearing inscription “Lismore Castle, Ireland”

after LANDSEER,

376

coloured engraving of a Victorian lady and three botanical prints. €30 - 50

€200 - 300

LUKE SULLIVAN, (British, 1705-1771)

Portrait of a Gentleman in a Blue Coat Oval ivory miniature, 3.5 x 3cm Signed with monogram; together with another Portrait of a Lady Oval miniature, 4 x 3cm Unsigned €600 - 1000

377

IRISH SCHOOL

Portrait of a Lady Pastel, oval, 24 x 19cms The frame with the label of R & W Clarke, Grand Parade, Cork and a small framed landscape; and an oil on panel, a Monk and a young lady (3).

378

attributed to GEORGE CATTERMOLE

The Assassination of The Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas a Becket in 1170 Watercolour, 31 x 23cm €50 - 100

€100 - 200

379

A FRAMED MENU FROM MAXIM’S, coloured lithograph by Sem €50 - 100


51

380

WILLIAM BINGHAM McGUINNESS RHA (1849-1928)

381

382

ABRAHAM ORELIUS (1522-1598) Maps of Ireland c.1590 Coloured engraving, 39 x 51 cm

The Swilly Watercolour, 21.5 x 37cm (8.5 x 14.5’’) Signed and inscribed verso

HIBERNIA IIII TABULA

Coloured engraving, 35 x 38 cm €50 - 100

€600 - 800

€100 - 200

383

A COLLECTION OF MODERN REPRODUCTION MAPS

384

LUCAS VAN LEYDEN

St. John Writing the Revelations, from a series of the Four Evangelists (ref. B103) Engraving, 11.5 x 7.5cm

including; Ireland in the 1850’s; Ireland in provences and counties; Country map of Scotland; 18th Century British road ‘strip’ map; Map of British Isles and a map of the world - 6 maps in total.

385

JOHN PIPER (1903-1992)

Mantel Watercolour, pencil and ink, 34 x 55cm Signed and inscribed €1500 - 2500

€200 - 300

€100 - 150

386

CLAUDE MANTIER

Parisian Scene Oil on canvas, 50 x 70 cm Signed €100 - 200

387

AFTER A. MEADOWS

Continental boating scene Oil on panel, 14.5 x 34.5 cm €150 - 200

388

18th CENTURY COLOURED ENGRAVING,

Plans of the principal towns, forts and harbours in Ireland.(For Mr Tindal’s Continuation of Mr Rapin’s History). Hand coloured engraving, 40 x 50cm €200 - 300


52

389

ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th Century

397

The Village Politicians Oil on canvas, 34 x 49cm €100 - 200

390

ENGLISH SCHOOL

Old City Houses Oil on canvas, 60 x 73cm Signed

SIR PETER BLAKE (British, b.1932) About Collage: Tourist Attraction Lithograph, 51 x 42cm Signed and numbered 5/60

406

€500 - 700

398

€150 - 250

JOE TILSON (British, b.1928) Greek Signatures A pair of aquatints, 50 x 35cm Signed and dated 2005 (2)

407

399

€100 - 200

BARTOLOMEO PINELLI (1771 - 1835)

to accompany the report of Railway Commissioners showing the physical features and geological structure of the country. 184 x 149cm

€100 - 200

393

€300 - 500

A leather bound volume containing a collection of engravings, depicting the city of Rome, it’s inhabitants, monuments and local customs.

400

MURIEL BRANDT (1909-1981)

Gouganbarra Watercolour, pen and ink 25 x 27cms Signed and inscribed

401

€200 - 400

JOHN McLEAN (SCOTTISH)

A set of three abstract prints Lithographs, 76 x 56cm Each numbered, initialled and dated ‘95 (3)

402

408

Waiting for Fleet’s Return Watercolour, 68.6 x 88.9 cm (27 x 35”) Signed

DAUMONT, PARIS

€200 - 400

Three coloured engravings of London and another of a Ship (4)

409

A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN COLOURED MEZZOTINTS

410

€300 - 400

395

RICHARD LONGE

A Climb up the Avon Gorge Coloured print, 67 x 56cm Editioned 7/50

EDWARDIAN SCHOOL

Portrait of a Man Oil over a photographic base, 27 x 29cm With a photogaphic silhouette of Sarah Mills, (1794 -1890) by Lafayette Limited (2) €10 - 20

396

MARK FRANCIS (British, b.1962) Three Flower Studies Monotypes, 78 x 54cm each Signed (3) €900 - 1200

profusely carved, frieze drawers, raised on carved and turned legs.

HENRY RAYMOND THOMPSON The Geese of the Capitol Watercolour, 58 x 22cm Signed with monogram, dated 1906 €500 - 800

411

€600 - 800

404

A VICTORIAN OAK JACOBEAN STYLE RECTANGULAR LIBRARY TABLE,

€600 - 800

of Beauties after Lawrence and two others. €50 - 100

403

William Harris Weatherhead (1843 - 1903)

€30 - 50

€30 - 50

394

€200 - 400

after EDWARDS

Four small botanical studies from Curtis’s magazine and four coloured lithographs of butterflies (8)

Portrait of a Young Boy Oil on canvas, 57 x 45cm

Theodor Rosenhauer was born in Dresden in 1901. He joined the Academy of Arts in Dresden from 1920 to 1924. Rosenhauer painted throughout the Second World War; however the greater part of his work from this period was destroyed in a bomb attack in 1945. The painting offered was originally in the collection of Anton Walbrueck, a Jewish, German born actor and this painting may well by from the War period. Walbrueck studied with the director Max Reinhardt and carved a career in theatre and cinema in Austria, England and Hollywood.

A GENERAL 19th CENTURY MAP OF IRELAND,

Published by Hodges and Smith Dublin, and James Gardner London 1837 -1838.

392

ATTRIBUTED TO THEODOR ROSENHAUER (German, 1901-1996)

Provenance: From the Estate of Actor Anton Walbrueck

CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, 19th CENTURY

Figure in a Wooded Landscape near a Fortified Building Oil on canvas, 24.5 x 35.5cm

Portrait of a Man with Black Beard, unidentified Gouache with gilt highlights, 10.75 x 7.5cm, miniature €200 - 300

€600 - 800

391

19TH CENTURY PATRA SCHOOL NORTH EAST INDIA

CHINESE SCHOOL

Ancestor portrait Oil on paper, 152 cms x 98 cms

VIVIENNE ST. CLAIR

“Sunday Morning, Moyderwell” Oil on board, 32 x 19cm (12.5 x 7.5”) Signed, also signed, inscribed with title and dated 2004 verso €250 - 350

€400 - 600

412 405

A. WEATHERHEAD

Leaving of the Fishing Fleet Watercolour, 42 x 29cm €50 - 100

ROBERT, 20th Century Continental Street Scene Oil on canvas, 52 x 63cm Signed €50 - 100


53

413

416

after FRANCIS WHEATLEY

414

CHARLES HARPER (B.1943)

Cries of London after Wheatley (13) Coloured stipple engravings, 38 x 29cm

Circle Mixed media on paper, 33 x 41cm (13 x 16”) Signed and dated ‘68, inscribed verso with title

€500 - 700

€700 - 1000

WILLIAM BINGHAM McGUINNESS RHA (1849-1928)

417

415

418

Between the Dark and the Daylight, Brittany Watercolour, 30 x 36cm Original Exhibition label verso

€200 - 300 €300 - 500

419

JOHN NOBLE BARLOW (1861-1917) Landscape With Pond Oil on board, 25 x 36cm Signed

420

The Quick Bid Oil on canvas, 50 x 60cm (19.75 x 24.75”) Signed, inscribed with title and stamped with artists proof verso €800 - 1200

C. WINIFRED HONEY, (English School c.1915-29)

Sailing Boat off the Coast Watercolour, 25.5 x 36.5cm Signed

JOHN SCHWATSCHKE (b.1943)

HON MRS BOYLE

Portrait Study of Young Girl Oil on panel, 28 x 22.5cm Inscribed with name and address verso (unframed)

€200 - 400 €20 - 30

TONY CLARKE

Mangadu, near Chennai City; Newry and the Mourne Mountains Mixed media, each 54 x 69cm Signed and each inscribed with artist details This lot is being offered for auction in aid of “The Tony Trust”. It is being sold without estimate, the highest offer will be accepted. Tony is an Indian boy that was born with severe physical disabilities. He has painted these two painting holding the paintbrush in his mouth. Any monies raised from the sale of these paintings will go directly to The Tony Trust which aims to improve the lives of some of the less fortunate children in India. Please see www.newryafrica.com for further details.

421

J BAKER

Two Huntsman in a River Landscape Oil on canvas, 38cms x 33cms. €200 - 300


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427

19th CENTURY COLOURED PRINT,

The Four Courts, 16 x 19cms, and After W. H. Bartlett and J. C. Bentley, South Wall Light House Steel engraving, and after Raymond Piper, O’Connell Street (3) €10 - 20

428

A PAIR OF BLACK AND WHITE ENGRAVINGS, c.1900

after Marcus Stone, published London 1891, A Peacemaker and The First Love Letter, in a plaster and gilded frame 66cms x 89cms €200 - 300

Lot 429 422

429

EIRE / IRELAND and SCISSORS AND PASTE, ed. Arthur Griffith,

a folio bound volume strongly bound in cloth, morocco-backed, titled IRELAND, containing Eire / Ireland Vol. 1 no. 1, Oct. 26 1914 to Vol. 1 no. 30, December 4 1914, complete to date; bound with Scissors and Paste, vol. 1 no. 1, December 12 1914, to Vol. 1 no. 22, Feb. 27 1915 but lacking no. 17, otherwise complete to date. A few small tears. After Eire/Ireland was suppressed, Griffith launched Scissors And Paste, which sought to evade the censors by including only material which had already appeared in other newspapers, selected with a sharp eye to convey a message without direct comment. Both periodicals are scarce; this run is in good condition in spite of the missing issue.

430

19th CENTURY, DRESDEN SCHOOL

A painted Dresden porcelain plaque of a girl wearing traditional costume. Indistinctly signed verso. 24 x 18cm.

AMATEUR SCHOOL, c.1800 Shipping in a Bay, Watercolour, 16 x 20cm oval. €20 - 30

425

431

style of THOMAS WALMSLEY Abbey Ruins, Co Kerry Gouache, 16.5 x 26.5cm

ANDREW NICHOLL RHA (1804-1886)

Tunnel Road, Killarney Watercolour, 38 x 58cm (15 x 22.75’’) €1000 - 1500

Lot 430

The Kingdom of Ireland described, with vignette illustrating the social hierarchy of the native Irish people, performed by John Speed (1650) Published by Sudbury and Humble From atlas, 42 x 53.5 cm, coloured

€2000 - 2500

A 19TH CENTURY MAP OF IRELAND,

John Tallis & Company, London & New York, The map drawn and engraved by J. Rapkin, and the illustrations by J. Marchant and engraved by T. Rogers. 36 x 25.5cm. €100 – 200

€100 - 200

426

Maps: A set of five, John Speed, (1552-1629)

Together with: The County of Leinster described, with a vignette of the city of Dublin (1610), published by Chiswell and Basset, 43.5 x 54.5 cm, the Province of Connaugh described, with a vignette of Galway City (1610), published by Sudway and Humble, 41.5 x 53.5 cm, the province of Ulster described with a vignette of Enis Kelling Fort, Published by Chiswell and Basset, 42 x 55 cm , the province of Munster described, with a vignette of Cork City, Published by Chiswell and Basset, 43 x 57 cm

€500 - 800

424

A collection of nineteen prints illustrating scenes with “Irish Rebels”, including “The Arrest of Lord Edward Fitzgerald”, “Defeat of the Rebels at Vinegar Hill”, “Destruction of the Church at Enniscorthy”, etc. Framed and mounted, each 10 x 14cm €400 - 600

€100 - 200

423

After George Cruikshank 430 (1792 - 1878)

432

20th Century School

River Landscape Oil on canvas, 33 x 42.5cm €200 - 300


Furniture, etc.

433

55

A GEORGE II STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY AND PARCEL GILT SHAPED WALL MIRROR

surmounted with a gilded eagle, the base decorated with oval satinwood shell motif, 112cm x 69cm €400 - 500

434

A VICTORIAN GILT METAL AND ALABASTER CASED MANTEL CLOCK,

the drum case flanked by a figure of a seated artist and raised on giltwood platform.

Lot 434

€80 - 120

435

AN ART DECO OPLALINE MOULDED GLASS CEILING LIGHT of shaped square form supported by a gilt metal square column €200 - 300

436

A ROYAL CROWN DERBY PART TEA SET,

20th Century, in characteristic Imari pattern, comprising 10 cups, 11 saucers, 12 tea plates, a pair of cake plates, a bowl, and a bon-bon dish. (35) €500 - 800

437

A CHINESE WARMING DISH AND COVER,

19th Century, painted with herons within roundels in rouge de fer, with six character marks. 20cm diameter.

Lot 435

€150 - 250

438

A PAIR OF EARLY 18TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN OCTAGONAL CHARGERS, painted with peony blossoms within a leaf shaped reserve and scroll borders. 36cm diameter. €800 - 1200

Lot 438


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439

A MEISSEN FIGURINE OF A SHEPHERDESS,

crossed swords mark, 13.5cms high together with a Meissen seated market seller with a cockrel and a basket of flowers, cross swords mark and impressed numbers, 10cms.

440

A MEISSEN FIGURE OF A GRAPE HARVESTER,

441

A CHINESE PORCELAIN OVOID JAR,

the yellow ground decorated profusely with hand painted flower and foliage, inset with reserves depicting courtesans in a garden landscape

14cm; together with a Meissen figurine of a seated girl. 11.5cm. €200 - 300

€100 - 150

€300 - 500

442

A PAIR OF MEISSEN CANDLESTICKS, LATE 19th CENTURY, with blue crossed swords mark and with incised numbers, in the form of three putti holding the sconces on shaped bases, 14.5cms high

443

A PAIR OF MEISSEN SOUP PLATES, 19th CENTURY,

with shaped silver shaped rim the centre painted with roses, 23.5cms diameter.

444

€60 - 100

€300 - 500

445

A MEISSEN STYLE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN TABLE CENTRE PIECE,

A PORCELAIN FIGURAL CENTRE PIECE,

in Meissen style, the pierced flower encrusted basket, supported on a naturalistic column, with 18th Century figure holding a sheep, on a rocky scrollwork base. 38 cm high €300 - 400

446

A PAIR OF MEISSEN FIGURINES IN 18th CENTURY COSTUME,

with pierced oval basket, and figural group on a naturalistic base. 23 cm high

holding aloft floral garlands, cross sword mark in blue and impressed 122, 18cms high

€300 - 400

€200 - 300

447

A ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA MILK JUG,

12cms high and a similar baluster jar, 20cms high the white ground decorated with painted floral sprays pricked in gilt, with gilt banding €100 - 200


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448

A JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL VASE OF OVOID FORM,

decorated with a wooded mountainous landscape on a sky blue ground, 19cm high; together with a smaller yellow ground cloisonne vase, decorated with hawk and peacock feathers, 14 cm high (2)

449

450

brightly enamelled with flower heads and leafy scrolls on a brown ground, together with a ‘Nankin’ blue and white export dish and another modern example (3)

A ROYAL DOULTON PLATE,

of a cavalier, D2875; a Copeland Spode plate, Portland Vase; a French painted circular plate painted with gilded rim and interior with three children at play, signed F Touze; Three Coalport plates and another. €100 - 150

€100 - 150

€100 - 200

451

A CHINESE 19th CENTURY ‘MILLE FLEUR’ PATTERN DISH OF CIRCULAR FORM,

A PAIR OF DRESDEN POLYCHROME PORCELAIN FOUR LIGHT FIGURAL CANDELABRA,

decorated with a standing lady and gentleman. €150 - 200

452

A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE CHINA TITHE GROUP

depicting a clergyman with a young couple, the female holding an infant in her arms, raised on a rocky oval base. €30 - 40

453

A MINTON SHAPED CIRCULAR WALL PLATE,

20th Century, hand painted with fish and water lilies, gilt scrolling borders; Together with A ceramic glazed vase with slender stem and lobed base, indistinctly monogrammed to the base. (2)

454

A QUANTITY OF AMBER AND OTHER GLASSWARE,

comprising a perfume bottle; 5 beakers with two spouts; and 3 tall glass goblets one in amber, one in green and the other in amethyst. (9) €80 - 120

€50 - 100

455

A QUANTITY OF GREEN GLASSWARE,

comprising 8 various glasses; 11 various bowls; together with a decanter. €150 - 250

456

A QUANTITY OF CRANBERRY GLASSWARE,

comprising: 10 glasses (various sizes); a circular bowl; a tankard with etched decoration. (12) €200 - 300


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Lot 472

457

A SET OF SIX BOHEMIAN RUBY GLASS LIQUEUR GLASSES AND DECANTER,

the glasses with long slender stems and the pear shaped decanter decorated with scrolls and cartouches amongst deer and hounds, in landscape setting. Decanter 22cm high, glasses 15.5cm high. €200 - 300

458

A PAIR OF WELLER TWO-HANDLED JARS,

20th Century, the twisted handles applied to a duckegg blue body, with silver overlay depicting hounds and hunts master in persuit. Both signed on the reverse. 16cm high. (2)

471

A VICTORIAN BOHEMIAN CHERRY GLASS PARION €400 - 500

€300 - 500

465

A ROYAL CROWN DERBY URN SHAPED VASE,

TWO PAIRS OF FINELY PAINTED CHINA CUPS

472 A Chinese Bronzed and gold splash censor of circular form with stylised side handles. 14 cm wide

and a set of twelve early 19th Century saucers, probably Derby and a collection.

€300 - 500

EARLY 19th CENTURY, decorated on a blue and gilt ground, with body painted with summer flowers, on square foot 22.5cms high €100 - 150

459

464

€50 - 100

466

A PAIR OF MEISSEN SOUP PLATES, 19th CENTURY,

with shaped silver shaped rim the centre painted with roses, 23.5cms diameter.

A DRESDEN ‘ AUGUSTUS REX’ CHOCOLATE CUP AND SAUCER,

a Chinese export ‘sparrow beak’ small jug; a Chinese export pot and cover; a Bloor Derby spill vase and a collection.

473

€100 - 200

A CHINESE EXPORT MANDARIN PALETTE TANKARD, EARLY 19th CENTURY, the base with a contemporary monogram 12.5cms high €100 - 150

€60 - 100

460

A DERBY PORCELAIN ‘ALTER’ STANDISH

467

and two Derby pieces.

A BRASS MOUNTED ORIENTAL WOOD BOWL; a soapstone box and cover and a collection. €50 - 100

€40 - 60

461

AN 18.CT YELLOW GOLD AND DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING,

€200 - 300

463

A SECOND PERIOD BELLEEK CHINA ABERDEEN JUG

of baluster form with wavy rim, naturalastic scroll handle and applied floral sprigs.

469

26cms diameter; a Dresden cache-pot, painted with flowers, pseudo AR mark, 12cms high; a small EW Vienna Factory art nouveau vase painted with the head of a woman, 19cms high and a Satsuma two handled vase and a Booths toast rack (5).

A BRASS KETTLE;

a Coalbrookdale pierced iron dish; a brass standish and a collection. €50 - 100

470

475

with serrated rim, and deep sides cut with star shaped motifs, 21cm diameter, together with a Bohemian blue glass bowl and cover, cut with oval facets and swags on a waisted circular foot, 24cm high; and a Bohemian gilded clear glass vase and cover 19th Century, the domed cover and waisted body enameled with panels of children (3)

A QUANTITY OF AMETHYST COLOURED GLASSWARE,

comprising two sherry glasses and two pairs of bowls (various sizes). (6) €60 - 100

A BOHEMIAN FLASHED CIRCULAR RUBY GLASS FRUIT BOWL,

€150 - 200 €300 - 500

A COLLECTION COMPRISING A COPELAND SPODE PRINTED AND PAINTED ROSE BOWL, 20th CENTURY,

€60 - 100

A BELLEEK CHINA OVAL LATTICE WORK BASKET

with naturalistic twig handle, the rim decoarated with blooming flowers and foliage.

A SMALL COLLECTION OF PRINTED POTTERY PART SERVICES €30 - 50

with central brilliant-cut diamond, flanked by baguette cut diamonds; together with a gold wedding band. (2) €400 - 800

462

468

474

476

A QUANTITY OF CLEAR GLASSWARE,

comprising a cut glass lustre candlestick; various glasses, decanters, bowls, vases, inkwells, etc. (circa 30 pieces in all) €200 - 300


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477

A GILT METAL AND WIRE GAUZE FIRESCREEN, (c.1900),

478

in 18th Century French style, 76cm wide

479

A SET OF THREE BRASS FIRE IRONS with twist stems. €50 - 100

€200 - 300

480

A BRASS CASED CARRIAGE CLOCK, FRENCH EARLY 20th CENTURY,

481

A GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK, FRENCH 19th CENTURY,

the case in the form of a laurel draped truncated column surmounted by putto. 19cm high, 30cm wide.

with strike / repeat movement.

482

€150 - 200

A CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD HEAD OF A THAI GODDESS. 47.5 cm high €50 - 100

surmounted by a bronze figure of a seated fybil. €200 - 300

€200 - 300

483

A VICTORIAN BLACK MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK OF ARCHITECTURAL FORM

484

A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL GLAZED EARTHENWARE COCKERELS, 32cms high. €100 - 150

A MAHOGANY AND BRASS MEDICINE CABINET, EARLY 19th CENTURY,

with sunken brass carrying handle to the top, above a pair of doors opening to reveal fitted interior with two drawers and shelves, containing glass bottles, 22cms wide x 27cms high €200 - 300

485

A JASPERWARE CHEESE DISH AND COVER,

decorated in relief with various classical figures between continuous bands of oak leaves and acorns, on a biscuit blue ground. 29 cm high; together with a Wedgwood teapot of similar pattern, circa 1900, impressed mark ‘Wedgwood, England. €100 - 200


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486

A VICTORIAN LOUIS QUINZE BRASS MOUNTED KING WOOD JARDINIÈRE TABLE,

487

with removable top and decorated with applied arabesques and with oval Sevres style porcelain and raised on cabriole legs, 82 x 39 cm

A VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT DAVENPORT DESK,

with surmounted compartment, sloped lift top scriver and raised above four side drawers, 53cm wide

488

€800 - 1000

A VICTORIAN INLAID FIGURED WALNUT LARGE OVAL SUTHERLAND TABLE,

with double drop leaves and raised on turned column gate legs, 110cm wide(open) €800 - 1000

€1200 - 1500

489

492

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR,

490

A GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY BOWED CORNER WASHSTAND,

491

A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CASKET SHAPED CADDY BOX,

the crest rail with flower head above button back, scroll arms and raised on turned legs

with raised panel back, fitted centre drawer and raised on splayed legs, 101cm high

c.1800, the lid with central tablet inlaid with a shell, flanked by handles. 26cms high

€250 - 350

€300 - 400

€120 - 180

A MAHOGANY DOUBLE DROP LEAF SUPPER TABLE, 19th CENTURY. 92 wide x 148cm; together with a teak hall table. €200 - 300

493

A PAIR OF GILT METAL MOUNTED MARBLE PILLARS,

20th Century, square top, egg and dart and acanthus leaf capitals, square tapering shaft, stepped moulded base, on bracket supports, 101cm high, 28cm wide. €400 - 600

494

AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY CURIO TABLE OF RECTANGULAR FORM,

in Chinese Chippendale style, with glazed lift-top, blind fretwork banding, silk lined interior, raised on four carved and pierced fretwork legs, joined by raised undertier. 77cm high, 78cm wide, 51cm deep. €600 - 800


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495

A LARGE GEORGE IV GILTWOOD FRAMED GIRANDOLE CONVEX WALL MIRROR,

surmounted by an eagle suspending a bead swag and joining two pairs of candle sconces, with outer acanthus leaf border and fruiting apron, 168cm high x 118cm wide â‚Ź6000 - 10000


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496

A SET OF TEN MAHOGANY FRAMED BALLOON BACK DINING CHAIRS, with padded seats and raised on turned column legs €800 - 1200

497

A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD OVAL CENTRE TABLE,

with moulded rim and raised on a leaf carved centre pillar with quadruped supports on scroll feet and castors, 156 x 113 cm €2000 - 3000

Lot 496

498

A VICTORIAN WALNUT POLE SCREEN

with circular needlework panel depicting doves on tripod base €100 - 200

499

A CRYSTAL CHANDELIER (unconstructed) €500 - 700

Lot 497

500

AN EDWARDIAN INLAID MAHOGANY BUREAU DE DAME,

the top section fitted central mirrored panel, within arches and flanked by single door cupboards, the base inset with tooled leather scriber above two freize drawers on square tapering legs with castors 91cms wide

€250 - 350

Lot 500


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501

A FINE WILLIAM IV CIRCULAR ROSEWOOD BREAKFAST TABLE,

the moulded tilt-top supported on a faceted knopped central support, and concave triform base, on short bun feet, and brass castors, 137 cm diameter. €2000 - 3000

502

ANOTHER CHANDELIER (unconstructed) €500 - 700

503

A BRASS ASH PAN,

EARLY 19th CENTURY, 66cm wide €100 - 150

504

A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD FRAMED POLESCREEN

the pole with turned finial on a leaf wrapped circular base and pronged feet. Pole 158cm high, screen 54 x 44cm €100 - 150

505

Lot 501

A GEORGE III LATER PAINTED MAHOGANY OVAL PEMBROKE TABLE,

with double drop leaves and fitted drawer, the top decorated with painted plaques of putti and scrollwork, 89cm (open) €2000 - 3000

506

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY ARCHED FOOTSTOOL, velvet upholstered top, carved sides and brass studs. €50 - 100

Lot 505


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507

A MAHOGANY SERPENTINE FRONTED CONSOLE TABLE, MID 19th CENTURY,

with moulded rim, shaped apron centred by an acanthus scrolls on large scrolling leaf and flower capped cabriole legs and scroll feet to the front, the back legs on square blocked supports. 162cm wide, 57cm deep. €100-1500

508 Lot 507

A CONVEX MIRROR IN REGENCY STYLE, with ebonised reeded slip 51cms diameter €300 - 500

509

A BRASS AND COLOURED GLASS LANTERN, 20th CENTURY, 71cms high €200 - 300

510 Lot 508

A PIERCED BRASS GALLERY FENDER, c.1830,

with urn finials, gadrooned rim, and central anthemion pierced panel, 152cms wide €400 - 600

Lot 510

Lot 509


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511

A VICTORIAN KILLARNEY WORK INLAID ARBUTUS AND YEW WOOD OVAL SEWING TABLE,

the lift top enclosing an inset tray and wool compartment , raised on octagonal centre pillar and circular base with scroll feet, the entire decorated with harp, trailing shamrocks, thistles and roses. 75cm high, 67cm wide €1000 - 1500

512

AN EARLY 19th CENTURY IRISH STAINED WOOD HARP,

the frame decorated with bas relief strapwork and bosses, pen-work Celtic motifs and raised on a replacement stand. 110cm high €800 - 1200

513

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED DISPLAY CABINET,

of upright form containing a large collection of domestic stuffed birds and butterflies. 122cm high, 79cm wide, 34cm deep. Provenance: Believed to have been purchased at Mount Stewart in the early 1940’s. €800 - 1200


66 514

A GOLD PAINTED WOOD AND GESSO COMPARTMENTED OVERMANTEL MIRROR, LATE 19th CENTURY,

the top inset with a mid 19th Century English School maritime picture of a sailing ship off the coast of Dover, Oil on panel, 51cms x 75cms, the mirror, 132cms x 134cms €500 - 800

515

A MAHOGANY QUEEN ANNE STYLE MIRROR,

with pierced cut scroling sides, 91cms high Together with FLORENTINE CARVED GILTWOOD OVAL MIRROR in pierced frame (now gold painted), 94 x 72cm - estimate 200/400 €200 - 300

Lot 514

516

A WALNUT AND PARCEL GILT SHAPED WALL MIRROR, PROBABLY DUTCH 18th CENTURY,

with scrolled triangular pediment, shaped mouled frame, the top filled with a landscape painting, and shaped fret apron 135cms high x 63cms wide. €200 - 400

517

A 19th CENTURY GEORGE III STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY BOW FRONT SIDEBOARD,

the raised shaped back above a frieze of four drawers, centred by an oval inlaid paterae and flanked by single doors cupboards, the entire decorated with satinwood crossbanded, ebony and boxwood stringing and raised on square tapering legs 194cms wide x 55cms deep €800 - 1200

Lot 516

518

A BRASS ADJUSTABLE STANDARD LAMP IN ART NOUVEAU STYLE,

the central column with scroll supports and triform base. 155cms high €300 - 500

519

A GILTWOOD AND PLASTER OVER MANTEL FORMED FROM THREE OVAL BEVELLED MIRRORS, 19th CENTURY,

the central mirror flanked by two smaller examples, the top centred by an urn, and swags of flowers on moulded support 137 high x 165cms wide €600 - 1000

Lot 519


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520

A VICTORIAN OAK JACOBEAN STYLE RECTANGULAR LIBRARY TABLE,

profusely carved, frieze drawers, raised on carved and turned legs. €600 - 800

521

AN EBONISED AND GILT, CREAM UPHOLSTERED SETTEE, LATE 19th CENTURY,

with padded backs and carved supports and triple ring turned tapering legs, 178cms wide. €600 - 800

Lot 520 522

A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD FRAMED CHAISE LONGUE,

upholstered in a striped white damask, supported on short carved cabriole legs with scroll feet, 143 cm wide €150 - 200

523

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR SIDEBOARD

with raised panel back, above central frieze drawers, flanked by single door cupboards and raised on turned tapering legs. €600 - 800

524

AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY, SATINWOOD BANDED BUFFET, the galleried back with scroll inlay, with two inlaid frieze drawers on square tapering legs with spade feet joined by platform stretcher, 136 wide x 118cm high. €300 - 500

525

Lot 523

A SATINWOOD AND EBONY LINE INLAID FREE STANDING DISPLAY CABINET, EARLY 20th CENTURY,

with bevelled glass top with serpentine ends, the sides fitted with oval glazed doors on tapering feet and brass castors. 70 x 50 x 101cm. €500 - 800

526

A CARVED FRUITWOOD TIMBER PANEL IN LOW RELIEF,

depicting a Knight, his shield emblazoned with a harp and flanked by terms, 90cms x 67cms €200 - 300

527

A MODERN BOHKARA SYTLE CARPET, on a red ground, 303 x 192cms €100 - 200

Lot 525


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528

A GEORGE IV INLAID WALNUT SIDEBOARD,

535

the central bowfront section applied with ebonised moulding, above a frieze drawer with anthemion filled central tablet, flanked by twin pedestals with cupboards enclosing shelving, with ebony line and fleur-de-lys inlaid ornament throughout 251cm wide

A MAHOGANY ‘D’ SHAPED SIDE TABLE,

with Georgian style with plain top, the frieze applied with ribbon tied bellflower swags and raised on square tapering legs and spade feet. 124.5cm wide.

542

€300 - 500

A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY SLOPE FRONT BUREAU,

the fall front enclosing an arrangment of short drawers, and pigeon hole compartments, above two short and three long graduated drawers, on ogee bracket feet, 84 cm wide €300 - 500

€500 - 800

529

A FRENCH PROVINCIAL WALNUT OPEN ARMCHAIR, 19th CENTURY,

536

with upholstered squared back and padded seat, the arms surmounted by small shell motifs and terminating in rosettes, now covered in close nailed patterned silk, on tapered pillar form front supports with foliate carved feet

A PAIR OF GILTWOOD AND PLASTER HANGING WALL BRACKETS,

19th Century, with mirrored backs surmounted by a cartouche and ribbon, fitted with twin shelves above a cartouche and acanthus leaf apron. 97cm high, 43cm wide.

A FRENCH OAK FRAMED UPHOLSTERED ‘VOLTAIRE’ OPEN ARMCHAIR

537

with tall arched padded back, downswept padded arms and seat, now upholstered in close nailed patterned silk, on cabriole legs

A 19th CENTURY PROVINCIAL CHINESE SIDE CABINET,

€1000 - 1500

531

A VICTORIAN CIRCULAR CONVEX WALL MIRROR, the plate glass encircled by a reeded ebonised slip, and lotus wrapped frame surmounted by a carved leafy cresting and with similar apron. Approx. 85cm high, 50cm wide. €50 - 100

532

533

538

on square legs with brass castors.

A MAHOGANY AND ORMOLU MOUNTED SIDE CABINET,

scroll arms and raised on turned legs

the raised super structure above a single frieze drawer, pull out slides and single cupboard drawer raised on fluted tapering supports with sloped under tier. 98 cm high

€250 - 350

€100 - 150

540

with centre mirror enclosing a fitted interior and flanked by twin full-length hanging cupboards, 217cm wide x 192cm high

A LATE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BREAK FRONT WARDROBE,

with moulded cornice above twin panel door centre cupboard on chest of two short and two long drawers, flanked by two full-length hanging cupboards on a platform base, 240 wide x 198cm high €1000 - 1500

A VICTORIAN SIMULATED WALNUT DAVENPORT DESK, the slope front top above a fitted interior, raised on scrolls supports, with four side drawers, turned wood handles 54cms wide x 81cms high €500 - 800

541

A VICTORIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS MINTON MAJOLICA JARDINIERE STAND,

the circular moulded top above ochre painted rim, the tapered shaft draped with violet coloured foliate motifs, on a circular spreading foot. 55cm high. €300 - 500

AN INLAID WALNUT LOW CHAIR, LATE 19th CENTURY, with open back on ring turned legs

A MAHOGANY CROSSBANDED SUPPER TABLE OF RECTANGULAR FORM,

19th Century, the top inlaid with fleur-de-lys to the canted corners, raised on inverted rope twist central pillar, on quadruped supports and casters, 77cm high, 150.5cm wide, 95cm deep. €600 - 1000

546

A WALNUT, ROSEWOOD CROSSBANDED AND SATINWOOD INLAID ‘D’ SHAPED OVERMANTEL, LATE 19th CENTURY, 119cms x 64cms €200 - 300

547

€400 - 600

534

545

€600 - 1000

539

with one drawer on baluster shaped legs, brass castors. 49cm wide

€30 - 50

A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED UPHOLSTERED BERGERES,

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR WITH BUTTON BACK,

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TRIPLE DOOR ARCHTOP WARDROBE,

544

the bateau shaped top above three short drawers and a panelled two door cupboard flanked by carved and pierced mounts and raised on rectangular supports 190 cm wide

€300 - 500

A MAHOGANY CANTERBURY, 19th CENTURY,

€200 - 300

€400 - 600

€300 - 500

530

543

TWO CAUCAUSIAN RUG COVERED CUSHIONS

of square form, each with central geometric designs, within ground stripes and borders. €100 - 200


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548

A MID 19th CENTURY ITALIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF NARCISSUS,

549

after the Antique, the standing nude wearing a wreath, one sandal clad foot before the other, his right hand pointing upwards, his left shoulder slung with a goats skin wine sack, on circular base with palmette cast border, thick green and dark brown patination

A EARLY 20th CENTURY CARVED WOOD CEREMONIAL ASHANTI STOOL,

the concave seat raised on five columns and a rectangular platform base, 56cm high, 59 cm wide €100 - 200

€600 - 800

550

A MAHOGANY BEDSIDE COMMODE IN GEORGIAN STYLE, with galleried back, one shaped panel door on square chamfered legs, 38cms wide together with another bedside commode with one drawer and cupboard door on square legs and cross over stretcher (2)

551

A CHINESE SHAGREEN COVERED TABLE CHEST,

552

A MAHOGANY TORCHERE

with gadrooned tray on a carved twist column and quadripartite base, probably formed from a bed post.

19th Century, with copper mounts and side handles, with fitted tray interior covered in calligraphy. 38cm wide.

€150 - 200 €200 - 300

€100 - 150

553

A PAIR OF MAHOGANY OPEN PIERCED BACK SINGLE CHAIRS,

MID 19th CENTURY, with serpentine seats on cabriole legs €100 - 150

554

A KINGWOOD AND PARQUETRY DRESSING TABLE IN 18th CENTURY FRENCH STYLE,

the lift up top with mirrored and fitted interior, on tapering toupie legs, gilt brass mounts 58cm x 40cm €400 - 600

555

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BANDED TILT TOP SUPPER TABLE,

on central downswept tripod supports, prominent brass castors. 91 x 71cms €500 - 800


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556

A PAIR OF MOUNTED GAZELLE HEADS

on shield shaped plaques bearing a trade label of Edward Gerrard & Son, Natural History Studios, 61 College Place, London NW together with a mounted foxes mask.

562

A COLLECTION OF BRASS FIREIRONS.

569

€100 - 200

100 - 150

563

A PAIR OF BRASS ANDIRONS

AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID DISPLAY CABINET, c.1900,

the frieze inlaid with a paterae and and quarter paterae to the corners, above a pair of gothic glazed doors, the base with two short drawers shaped apron on cabriole legs, 92 x 182cms €300 - 500

in the form of classical female figures. €50 - 100

557

A SET OF SIX LATE VICTORIAN OAK DINING CHAIRS,

each with floral carved top rail, over spindle supports, with a upholstered seat, on turned tapering legs. 92cm high, 46cm wide.

564

€100 - 200

A BRASS GALLERY FENDER, c.1830

with gadrooned rim and central anthemion pierced panel, 160cm wide

570

€400 - 600

A 17th CENTURY STYLE OAK RECTANGULAR STOOL,

the lift top opening to reveal a deep compartment, each side decorated with carved linen fold panels, raised on turned and block supports with stretchers, 42.5 x 51.5 x 30.5 cm €200 - 300

558

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE

of squared compact form, the moulded top and single frieze drawer raised on slender legs with brass castors, joined by a ‘H’ stretcher.

565

€300 - 500

559

A MAHOGANY BLANKET CHEST IN GEORGIAN STYLE,

with gadrooned rim, applied blind fret frieze, with brass mounts, the base with two short drawers on shell capped cabriole legs claw and ball feet, 113 wide x 55cms deep

566

A PAIR OF MAHOGANY STANDING CORNER CABINETS, IN GEORGIAN STYLE,

A JAPANESE KUTANI PORCELAIN VASE,

c.1900, painted with birds, flowers and foliage, mounted with twin handles, 31cms high €50 - 100

567

the glazed tops on outset bases and canted bracket feet. Each 180cm high, 61cm wide

A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNE PORCELAIN BALUSTER VASES, with domed lids, 48cms high €500 - 800

€500 - 800

568

561

A MAHOGANY FRAMED OVAL DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, IN GEORGIAN STYLE, 78cm wide €100 - 200

on out splayed triform stand, 32cm diameter. €100 - 200

€300 - 500

560

A SATINWOOD PAINTED CYLINDRICAL JARDINIERE, EARLY 20th CENTURY

A MEISSEN LIQUER SET

comprising a shaped tray and set of six shot glasses decorated with pink trailing flowers and gilt rims. The tray 21.5cm diameter. Each piece with cross swords mark. €100 - 200

571

A PAIR OF 20th CENTURY CHINESE STYLE VASES,

the flared circular rim above painted polychrome designs on white ground depicting figures in a landscape. 58 cm high €60 - 120


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572

573

A MAHOGANY TWO TIER COFFEE TABLE IN GEORGIAN STYLE, with canted corners, 70cms wide. €30 - 50

A MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE, IN GEORGIAN STYLE, 19th CENTURY,

with round ends, with two drawers to one side and dummy drawers to the other, on solid ends supports, on scroll legs and resting on bun feet, joined by a conforming stretchers, 146cms wide. €300 - 500

574

A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY AND CROSSBANDED CHEST OF DRAWERS, c.1800,

with five long cock beaded graduated drawers on tall bracket feet, 102 wide x 51 deep x 108cms high. €300 - 500

576

A MAHOGANY ROLL TOP CYLINDER DESK, c.1840,

the cylinder top opening to reveal pigeon holes and drawers and pull out writing scribe, the base with two cupboard panel doors, flanked by corbels, on plinth base, 105 wide x 45 deep x 101cms high. €600 - 1000

575

A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY, CROSSBANDED AND EBONY LINE INLAID CELLARETTE, EARLY 19th CENTURY,

with lift up top, and brass carrying handles, on ring turned tapering legs and brass barrell castors, 45.5cms wide x 30cms deep €300 - 500

577

A MAHOGANY AND INLAID CHEQUER BANDED SHIELD SHAPED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, IN GEORGIAN STYLE, on scrolling supports, on a serpentine fronted two tiered base with two short and one long drawer on ogee bracket, 42.5cms wide €150 - 250

578

A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CHAMBER TABLE,

with moulded rim and one drawer to frieze on square legs joined by a ‘H’ shaped stretcher, 69.5cms x 43.5cms. €100 - 150


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579

A MAHOGANY TWO TIER BUFFET, LATE 19th CENTURY,

of rectangular outline and moulded rim, carved aprons to the side on baluster tapering supports, 98cm x 55cms deep x 85cms high

586

€100 - 200

580

A MAHOGANY BUTTON BACK UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR, MID 19th CENTURY,

AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY HALLSTAND,

with broken swan neck cresting over an asymmetrical set bevelled mirror plate, and open stick stand, with ring turned baluster supports.

592

€150 - 200

587

the framed headed by flowers and scrolling arms with cabriole legs and scroll feet, (one leg detached but present)

AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY OVAL OCCASIONAL TABLE, in George III style, the plain moulded top on turned and fluted legs, with raised oval undertier

A SET OF SIX REGENCY MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, 19th CENTURY, with tablet and scroll top rail above a rope twist and bobbin turned rail, caned seat on sabre legs, stamped with a serial number 10792. €600 - 1000

593

A MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID HANGING CORNER CABINET,

19th CENTURY, with broken swan necked pediment, above an astragal glazed door, 58cms wide.

€50 - 100 €300 - 500

€100 - 150

581

A PIERCED BRASS GALLERY FENDER, c.1830,

with urn finials, gadrooned rim, and central anthemion pierced panel, 152cms wide

588

€400 - 600

582

A BRASS FAN SHAPED SPARK GUARD; an andiron, and a trivet. (3)

A CAST BRASS FIGURAL TABLE LIGHT,

594

modelled as a putto supporting a lantern, on a scroll and rockwork base €300 - 400

589

€200 - 300

A DONEGAL WOOLLEN CARPET

with coloured Neoclassical decoration. 574.5cm long, 287cm wide.

A MAHOGANY SIDE CABINET,

c.1840, the rectangular top above an egg and dart rim and plain frieze, above a pair of glazed doors flanked by columns on plinth base, 121.5 wide x 37.5 deep x 89cms high. €600 - 1000

595

€500 - 800

AN INLAID MAHOGANY AND MAR QUETRY OCTAGONAL TABLE, in Ottoman style, 46.5cms diameter x 43.5 high. €200 - 300

583

A COPPER AND BRASS COAL BOX, EARLY 20th CENTURY,

with domed lid and brass carrying handles. 44cms high €100 - 200

584

590

A MAHOGANY FOLD OVER TOP TEA TABLE, 19th CENTURY,

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE,

(composed) of circular form, the moulded top on ring turned central column, on concave platform base, and flat bun feet. 48 cm diameter €140 - 180

with rounded corners, on baluster turned tapering legs 95cms wide

591 A GILT 19th CENTURY MANTEL CLOCK, FRENCH,

with white enamelled dial and a mahogany and inlaid mantel clock c. 1900. €100 - 150

A SATINWOOD, BURR WALNUT CROSSBANDED, AND HERRING BONE STRING INLAID BEDSIDE CUPBOARD, 19th CENTURY, the lift up top inlaid with a ribbon tied garland, on tapering blocked legs, 33cms wide x 74cms high €300 - 500

€300 - 500

585

596

A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE,

of rectangular form, with plain top over a fluted twin drawer frieze, divided by medallions, on tapering legs and block feet. 138 cm wide €1000 - 1500


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598

597

AN INLAID MAHOGANY WORK TABLE, EARLY 19th CENTURY,

the top cented by an oval paterae of a Rooster, the frieze centred by an oval panelled inlay, on tapering inlaid supports joined by a platform stretcher, 49cms.

lift up lid with moulded rim, above a carved panelled front, 103cms wide x 38.5cm deep x 43.5cms high. €300 - 500

599

A WOODEN POLO TRAINING PONY with rotating cylindrical body. 196 cm high, 207 cm long (approx) €300 - 400

€300 - 500

600

A CARVED OAK COFFER, 17th /18th CENTURY,

AN OAK HAT AND COAT STAND, LATE 19th CENTURY,

with domed pierced back, centred by an oval mirror, and hat hooks, marble serpentine fronted base, above one drawer to the centre and umbrella supports to either side on tapering bulbous legs joined by a shaped platform 247 high x 123cms wide

601

€600 - 800

A MAHOGANY OVAL PEMBROKE TABLE, EARLY 19th CENTURY, fitted drawer to the frieze on tapering legs, 93cms wide. €300 - 500

602

A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED OPEN ARMCHAIRS,

the wavy crested top rail above a vase shaped splat and upholstered seat, on joined cabriole supports €200 - 300

603

AN EDWARDIAN INLAID AND PAINTED SATINWOOD CIRCULAR OCCASIONAL TABLE,

the rosewood banded top painted with central rosette, floral sprays and medallions, the frieze of ribbon tied floral swags, on splayed tapering supports and raised circular undertier. 44 cm diameter. €400 - 600

604

A LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED SLOPE FRONT DESK,

the raised back with fitted glass inkwells and pen compartments, with hinged writing slope on plain tapering supports, and platform stretcher. 57 cm wide €150 - 200

605

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY COMPACT WORK TABLE,

the plain moulded top above a single drawer frieze with opposing dummy drawer, on trestle end supports and turned stretcher €150 - 200


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606

A FRENCH 19TH CENTURY GILTMETAL AND SEVRES PORCELAIN MOUNTED MANTEL CLOCK,

surmounted with orb finial and nesting birds, within oak leaves above a drum cased movement, and brightly painted dial, and upright supports, enclosing a painted figural panel, on leafy scroll feet, together with a pair of associated garniture urns. The clock 31 cm high €300 - 400

607

A MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID HANGING WALL MIRROR, with shelf, 35.5cms high €30 - 50

Lot 606

608

A MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR HALL TABLE,

20th Century, with cross banded moulded top, central frieze drawer, and ‘H’ stretcher. 46cm deep, 76cm wide, 77cm high. €200 - 300

609

A SATINWOOD AND PAINTED NEST OF OVAL TRIO TABLES, EARLY 20th CENTURY on spindle supports, 56cms wide (and smaller) €300 - 500

610

A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY DINING CHAIR,

with curved tablet back, and wavy mid rail above, uphholstered seat and sabre supports, together with a stained beech armchair (2). €100 - 150

Lot 609

611

AN EDWARDIAN BRASS CURB FENDER, IN GEORGIAN STYLE,

the pierced frieze decorated with a row of flutes and roundels on three lion paw feet. 66cm wide €150 - 200

612

A RECTANGULAR MAHOGANY DINING TABLE,

on a central cupboard base with four canted short sabre legs with brass toes and castors, constructed from Georgian pieces. 188cms x 124cms €1000 - 1500

Lot 612


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A ROSEWOOD FRAMED BUTTON BACK ARMCHAIR,

c.1840 with acanthus and lotus leaf scrolling arms, the tapering legs headed by flowers on porcelain castors together with a wing armchair in Georgian Style on mahogany legs (2) €500 - 800

614

A MAHOGANY FOUR TIER VICTORIAN WHAT NOT,

the shaped trays headed by turned finials, on spiral turned supports, on large bulbous legs and brass castors. 128cm high, 38cm deep, 59cm wide €500 - 800

615

A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS,

Lot 613

with shaped opened backs upholstered seats, moulded rim and reeded baluster shaped legs and porcelain castors €400 - 600

616

A FLAMED MAHOGANY, SATINWOOD AND CROSSBANDED ‘D’ SHAPED SIDE TABLE, in GEORGIAN STYLE,

the fan inlaid top centred by a half paterae, within a border of scrolling foliage, the frieze inset with oval panels on square tapering legs, decorated with harebell pendants, 119 cm wide x 60cm high. €1500 - 2000

617

A FLORENTINE CARVED GILTWOOD OVAL MIRROR

Lot 616

in pierced frame (now gold painted), 94 x 72cm €200 - 400

618

A REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED CIRCULAR DINING TABLE,

of recent manufacture, on tapering quadripartite grooved downswept legs and brass toes. 159cm diameter. €600 - 1000

Lot 618


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619

A VICTORIAN INLAID WANUT AND GILT METAL MOUNTED CREDENZA OF SERPENTINE OUTLINE, the shaped top above a central cupboard door inlaid with scrolling foliate design, flanked by twin wavy glazed panel doors enclosing velvet lined shelving, supported on circular bun feet, 191cm wide €1500 - 2000

620

A MAHOGANY AND EBONY LINE INLAID SQUARE PIANO CASE, EARLY 19th CENTURY,

adapted as a dressing table, on reeded legs, 166 cm wide. €200 - 300

621

A MAHOGANY HUNT TABLE, IN 18th CENTURY STYLE,

of recent manufacture on square chamfered legs. 209cm long. €600 - 1000


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622

A PAIR OF IRISH EDWARDIAN INLAID SATINWOOD SEMI ELLIPTICAL SIDE TABLES,

in George III style, each with rosewood banded top, and sectioned frieze with chequer stringing, supported on banded tapering legs. 91 cm wide €750 - 1000

623

AN EDWARDIAN SATINWOOD AND ROSEWOOD CROSSBANDED SIDETABLE,

of serpentine form, the shaped top with radial inlay and ebon stringing over a single short drawer frieze, tapering supports, and spade feet. 97 wide €600 - 800

624

AN IRISH MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, c.1800

of serpentine form, fitted twin frieze drawers flanked by twin panel door cupboards on tapering legs, 64cm deep x 194cm wide €2000 - 3000


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625

A SET OF EIGHT MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, IN HEPPLEWHITE REVIVAL STYLE,

including two open armchairs, open square backs, upholstered seats on tapering legs.

629

€1200 - 1800

626

A PAIR OF INLAID CORNER CABINETS OF SERPENTINE OUTLINE,

630

20th Century in Georgian style, the crossbanded top inlaid with quarter burst, cherubs and classical urns, above conforming doors, on bracket feet, 91cm high, 62.5cm deep.

A VICTORIAN STAINED OAK WASHSTAND,

with raised arch back super structure above a fitted earthenware washbowl and single long drawer, raised on ring turned tapering supports, joined by ‘X’ stretcher

A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND STAINED OAK TILT TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE

of oval form, the plain moulded top on a turned baluster centre column on arched tripod base. €400 - 500

A MAHOGANY BLANKET CHEST IN THE IRISH GEORGIAN STYLE, 20th CENTURY,

the moulded top above a pair of cupboard doors, brass mounts, the base with two drawers on open pierced carved stand, and leaf capped cabriole legs, claw and ball feet, 114 wide x 54cm deep. €300 - 500

631

€200 - 300

628

on lyre end supports joined by a turned stretcher and downswept legs and square brass castors, 151 wide x 61cm deep. €400 - 600

€800 - 1400

627

A MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BANDED SOFA TABLE, IN GEORGIAN STYLE

A MAHOGANY DINING TABLE, LATE 19TH CENTURY,

with rounded ends and moulded rim on ring turned tapering legs and beaded brass castors (containing two leaves) 257 long 133cms wide €600 - 1000

632

A PAIR OF MAHOGANY PEDESTAL CABINETS, MID 19th CENTURY,

probably formed from a sideboard, with moulded panel doors on plinth base. 55cm wide, 51cm deep, 78cm high. €200 - 300


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Lot 625

Lot 626

Lot 627

Lot 629

Lot 628

Lot 631

Lot 630

Lot 632


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633

A VICTORIAN GILTWOOD FRAMED ‘D’ SHAPED OVER MANTEL MIRROR,

€200 - 300

19th Century, surmounted by carved branch and foliage.

639

AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE,

in Georgian style, with broken swan neck pediment headed by rosettes, fitted twin astragal glazed panel doors above a base fitted drop front writing drawer and three long drawers, 79cm wide, 50cm deep, 43cm high €3000 - 4000

634

A GILTWOOD AND PLASTER COMPARTMENTED OVERMANTEL MIRROR, 19th CENTURY,

the frieze decorated with a a flower to the centre flanked by trailing fruiting vines, engaged lotus leaf embellished columns to the side, resting on spheres. 147cm wide, 72cm high

640

€500 - 800

A KINGWOOD, PARQUETRY AND MARQUETRY CIRCULAR GAMING TABLE, c.1900,

in French Style, the reversible top inlaid with fashionable figures in interior, verso with a chess board, the top with leather inset, hinged frieze drawers, on four square tapering legs, metal mounts, 71cms diameter €600 - 1000

635

A FIGURED ROSEWOOD CIRCULAR DINING TABLE, BY JAMES WINTER OF LONDON, c.1825,

with moulded rim and plain frieze on leaf carved central support with lobed platform base with claw feet, stamped James Winter, 10 Wardour St, 135cms diameter

641

€1500 - 2000

A FADED MAHOGANY DROP LEAF SATINWOOD BANDED TABLE, c.1800

with rounded corners, on four tapering fluted legs, now with brass castors. 134 x 86cm. €800 - 1400

636

AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY NINE PIECE DRAWING ROOM SUITE,

comprising a 3-seat sette, pair of armchairs, four side chairs and two low chairs, each upholstered in a cream brocade damask, on a ring turned tapering support.

642

€600 - 1000

A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHIFFONIER CABINET,

with pierced swan neck pediment and blind fretwork borders, centered with twin astragal glazed panel doors enclosing a shelved and mirrored interior, flanked by shaped open tiers, supported by spindle cluster column uprights over a twin drawer frieze and glazed cupboard doors on turned feet. 152 wide, 226 cm high €300 - 500

637

THREE EDWARDIAN ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID RECTANGULAR QUARTETTO TABLES,

the parquetry tops inlaid with flowers and birds and raised on slender turned legs, 60cm wide €1000 - 1500

638

643

A MAHOGANY PARTNERS DESK, IN GEORGIAN STYLE ,

of recent manufacture, the tooled green leather inset top above a gadrooned rim dummy drawers to one side and to the other three drawers to the frieze, above two drawers to either side on leaf carved cabriole legs, claw and ball feet. 90 x 159cm.

A LARGE RECTANGULAR GILTWOOD AND GESSO OVERMANTEL MIRROR,

19th Century, the lugged frame with surmounted putto and trophy cresting and floral swags, 218cm high x 180cm wide €2000 - 3000

€300 - 500


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Lot 634

Lot 633

Lot 635

Lot 636

Lot 637

Lot 640 Lot 638 Lot 639

Lot 643

Lot 641

Lot 642


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644

A WALNUT LONGCASE CLOCK, ENGLISH BASICALLY EARLY 18th CENTURY,

the steel chapter ring signed James Smith, Ratcliff Highway, with subsidiary seconds and calendar, square hood, the trunk with a panel door with central glazed aperture on a moulded plinth base. 215cms high

649

€1000 - 2000

645

A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD FRAMED CHAISE LONGUE,

650

with upholstered button back, exposed scroll frame and raised on cabriole legs, 172cm wide

A MACHINED TAPESTRY,

The Lion and The Unicorn, after the celebrated original, 154 x 124cm.

AN INLAID ROSEWOOD MUSIC CABINET,

late 19th Century, the mirrored galleried back on plain top, with egg and dart frieze, above folio and hinged door decorated with inlaid urn and scrolling foliage, raised on square legs with casters. 136cm high, 37cm deep, 53cm wide. €150 - 250

651

€100 - 200

647

with three quarter gallery, rimmed edge and gadrooned apron, on standard end supports, on ribbed downswept legs with brass castors, joined by a mid-turned stretcher. 112cm wide, 62 cm deep €1000 - 1500

€500 - 700

646

AN IRISH REGENCY MAHOGANY WRITING TABLE,

AN 18th CENTURY LACQUERED LONG CASE CLOCK,

A ROSEWOOD AND GILT METAL MOUNTED BRACKET CLOCK,

of architectural form, the arched top with fruiting pineapple finial above a garland with scrolling acanthus leaf sprays, above twin fluted corinthian columns flanking a hinged glazed door, opening to reveal applied gilt metal spandrels enclosing a circular dial with roman numerals and gilt orange peel decorated central reserve, moulded bases with applied ribbon tied fruiting garlands and swags, raised on four egg and dart circular feet, 68cms high €600 - 800

with chinoiserie style designs of figures and foliage, the square brass face above waisted body raised on a rectangular plinth base. 190cm high. €600 - 800

652 648

A 19th CENTURY CARVED BURMESE CENTRE TABLE,

the profusely carved circular top with a shaped pierced apron raised on a centre column in the form of an entwined dragon and quadruped carved supports. 105 cm diameter. €400 - 600

A SET OF 14 MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS IN HEPPLEWHITE STYLE

(including two carvers), with shaped opened pierced backs headed by a plumed feather, drop in seat, on square grooved tapering legs and blocked feet joined by a ‘H’ shaped stretcher. €1000 - 1500

CONCLUSION OF SALE


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Lot 645

Lot 646

Lot 644

Lot 649 Lot 648

Lot 647

Lot 652

Lot 650

Lot 651


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General Terms and Conditions of Business The Auctioneer carries on business on the following terms and conditions and on such other terms or conditions as may be expressly agreed with the Auctioneer or set out in any relevant Catalogue. Conditions 12-21 relate mainly to buyers and conditions 22-32 relate mainly to sellers. Words and phrases with special meanings are defined in condition 1. Buyers and sellers are requested to read carefully the Cataloguing Practice and Catalogue Explanation contained in condition 2.

DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL CONDITIONS Definitions 1. In these conditions the following words and expressions shall have the following meanings: ‘Auctioneer’ – James Adam & Sons. ‘Auctioneer’s Commission’ – The commission payable to the Auctioneer by the buyer and seller as specified in conditions 13 and 25. ‘Catalogue’ – Any advertisement, brochure, estimate, price list or other publication. ‘Forgery’ – A Lot which was made with the intention of deceiving with regard to authorship, culture, source, origin, date, age or period and which is not shown to be such in the description therefore in the Catalogue and the market value for which at the date of the auction was substantially less than it would have been had the Lot been in accordance with the Catalogue description. ‘Hammer Price’ – The price at which a Lot is knocked down by the Auctioneer to the buyer. ‘Lot’ – Any item which is deposited with the Auctioneer with a view to its sale at auction and, in particular, the item or items described against any Lot number in any Catalogue. ‘Proceeds of Sale’ – The net amount due to the seller being the Hammer Price of the Lot after deducting the Auctioneer’s Commission thereon under condition 25 the seller’s contribution towards insurance under condition 26, such VAT as is chargeable and any other amounts due by the seller to the Auctioneer in whatever capacity howsoever arising. ‘Registration Form or Register’ – The registration form (or, in the case of persons who have previously attended at auctions held by the Auctioneer and completed registration forms, the register maintained by the Auctioneer which is compiled from such registration forms) to be completed and signed by each prospective buyer or, where the Auctioneer has acknowledged pursuant to condition 12 that a bidder is acting as agent on behalf of a named principal, each such bidder prior to the commencement of an auction. ‘Sale Order Form’ – The sale order form to be completed and signed by each seller prior to the commencement of an auction. ‘Total Amount Due’ – The Hammer Price of the Lot sold, the Auctioneer’s Commission due thereon under condition 13, such VAT as is chargeable and any additional interest, expenses or charges due hereunder. ‘V.A.T.’ – Value Added Tax. Cataloguing Practice and Catalogue Explanations 2. Terms used in Catalogues have the following meanings and the Cataloguing Practice is as follows:

employees, servants or agents shall be responsible for any neglect or default in executing bids or failing to execute bids. Admission to Auctions 5. The Auctioneer shall have the right exercisable in its absolute discretion to refuse admission to its premises or attendance at its auctions by any person. Acceptance of Bids 6. The Auctioneer shall have the right exercisable in its absolute discretion to refuse any bids, advance the bidding in any manner it may decide, withdraw or divide any Lot, combine any two or more Lots and, in the case of a dispute, to put any Lot up for auction again. Indemnities 7. Any indemnity given under these conditions shall extend to all actions, proceedings, claims, demands, costs and expenses whatever and howsoever incurred or suffered by the person entitled to the benefit of the indemnity and the Auctioneer declares itself to be a trustee of the benefit of every such indemnity for its employees, servants or agents to the extent that such indemnity is expressed to be for their benefit. Representations in Catalogues 8. Representations or statements made by the Auctioneer in any Catalogue as to contribution, authorship, genuineness, source, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price or value is a statement of opinion only. Neither the Auctioneer nor its employees, servants or agents shall be responsible for the accuracy of any such opinions. Every person interested in a Lot must exercise and rely on their own judgment and opinion as to such matters. 9. The headings of the conditions herein contained are inserted for convenience of reference only and are not intended to be part of, or to effect, the meaning or interpretation thereof. Governing Law 10. These conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Irish Law.

Notices 11. Any notice or other communication required to be given by the Auctioneer hereunder to a buyer or a seller shall, where required, be in writing and shall be sufficiently given if delivered by hand or sent by post to, in the case of the buyer, the address of the buyer specified in the Registration Form or Register, and in the case of the seller, the address of the seller specified in the Sale Order Form or to such other address as the buyer or seller (as appropriate) may notify the Auctioneer in writing. Every notice or communication given in accordance with this condition shall be deemed to have been received if delivered by hand on the day and time of delivery and if delivered by post three (3) business days after posting.

The first name or names and surname of the artist; In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work by the artist. The initials of the first name(s) and the surname of the artist; In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work of the period of the artist and which may be in whole or in part the work of the artist. The surname only of the artist; In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work of the school or by one of the followers of the artist or in his style. The surname of the artist preceded by ‘after’; In the opinion of the Auctioneer a copy of the work of the artist. ‘Signed’/’Dated’/’lnscribed’; In the opinion of the Auctioneer the work has been signed/dated/inscribed by the artist. ‘With Signature’/’with date’/’with inscription’; In the opinion of the Auctioneer the work has been signed/dated/inscribed by a person other than the artist.

‘Attributed to’; In the opinion of the Auctioneer probably a work of the artist. ‘Studio of/Workshop of ’ In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work executed in the studio of the artist and possibly under his supervision. ‘Circle of ’; In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work of the period of the artist and showing his influence. ‘Follower of ’; In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work executed in the artist’s style yet not necessarily by a pupil. ‘Manner of ’; In the opinion of the Auctioneer a work executed in artist’s style but of a later date. ‘*’; None of the terms above are appropriate but in the Auctioneer’s opinion the work is a work by the artist named.

The Buyer 12. The buyer shall be the highest bidder acceptable to the Auctioneer who buys at the Hammer Price. Any dispute which may arise with regard to bidding or the acceptance of bids shall be settled by the Auctioneer. Every bidder shall be deemed to act as principal unless the Auctioneer has prior to the auction, acknowledged in writing that a bidder is acting as agent on behalf of a named principal. Commission 13. The buyer shall pay the Auctioneer a commission at the rate of 15%, exclusive of V.A.T. of the first £30,000 of the Hammer Price and 12.5% exclusive of V.A.T. of the excess above £30,000. Payment 14. Unless credit terms have been agreed with the Auctioneer before the auction the buyer of a Lot shall pay to the Auctioneer within one (1) day from the date of the auction the Total Amount Due. Notwithstanding this, the Auctioneer may, in its sole discretion, require a buyer to pay a deposit of 25% of the Total Amount Due at the conclusion of the auction. The Auctioneer may apply any payments received by a buyer towards any sums owing from that buyer to the Auctioneer on any account whatever regardless of any directions of the buyer or his agent in that regard whether express or implied. The Auctioneer shall only accept payment from successful bidders in cash or by the bidder’s own cheque. Cheques drawn by third parties, whether in the Auctioneer’s favour or requiring endorsement, shall not be accepted. Reservation of Title 15. Notwithstanding delivery or passing of risk to the buyer the ownership of a Lot shall not pass to the buyer until he has paid to the Auctioneer the Total Amount Due. Collection of Purchases 16. The buyer shall at his own expense collect the Lot purchased not later than seven (7) days after the date of the auction but (unless credit terms have been agreed with the Auctioneer pursuant to condition 14) not before payment to the Auctioneer of the Total Amount Due. The buyer shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges in respect of any Lot which is not taken away within seven (7) days after the date of the auction.

GENERAL CONDITIONS Auctioneer Acting as Agent 3. The Auctioneer is selling as agent for the seller unless it is specifically stated to the contrary. The Auctioneer as agent for the seller is not responsible for any default by the seller or the buyer. Auctioneer Bidding on behalf of Buyer 4. It is suggested that the interests of prospective buyers are best protected and served by the buyers attending at an auction. However, the Auctioneer will, if instructed, execute bids on behalf of a prospective buyer. Neither the Auctioneer nor its

The purchased Lot shall be at the buyer’s risk in all respects from the earlier of the time of collection or the expiry of one (1) day from the date of the auction. Neither the Auctioneer nor its employees, servants or agents shall thereafter be liable for any loss or damage of any kind howsoever caused while a purchased Lot remains in its custody or control after such time. Packaging and Handling of Purchased Lots 17. Purchased Lots may be packed and handled by the Auctioneer, its employees, servants or agents. Where this is done it is undertaken solely as a courtesy to buyers and at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Under no circumstances shall the Auctioneer, its employees, servants or agents be liable for damage of any kind and howsoever caused to glass or frames nor shall the Auctioneer be liable for the errors or omissions of, or for any damage caused by, any packers or shippers which the Auctioneer has recommended.


of the Lot after the auction. The minimum commission hereunder shall be €50. The Auctioneer may in its sole discretion sell a Lot at a Hammer Price below the reserve therefore but in such case the Proceeds of Sale to which the seller shall be entitled shall be the same as they would have been had the sale been at the reverse.

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Non-Payment or Failure to Collect Purchased Lots 18. If a buyer fails to pay for and/or collect any purchased Lot by the dates herein specified for payment and collection the Auctioneer shall, in its absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies without further notice to the buyer: (a)

To issue court proceedings for damages for breach of contract;

(b)

To rescind the sale of that Lot or any other Lots sold to the buyer whether at that or at any other auction;

(c)

To resell the Lot or cause it to be resold whether by public auction or private sale. In the event that there is a deficiency between the Total Amount Due by the buyer and the amount received by the Auctioneer on such resale after deduction of any necessary expenses the difference shall be paid to the Auctioneer by the buyer. Any surplus arising shall belong to the seller.

(d)

To store (whether at the Auctioneer’s premises or elsewhere) and insure the purchased Lot at the expense of the buyer.

(e)

To charge interest on the Total Amount Due at the rate of 2% over and above the base rate from time to time of Bank of Ireland or if there be no such rate, the nearest equivalent thereto as determined by the Auctioneer in its absolute discretion from the date on which payment is due hereunder to the date of actual payment.

(f )

To retain that Lot or any other Lot purchased by the buyer whether at the same or any other auction and release same to the buyer only after payment to the Auctioneer of the Total Amount Due.

(g)

To apply any sums which the Auctioneer received in respect of Lots being sold by the buyer towards settlement of the Total Amount Due. To exercise a lien on any property of the buyer in the possession of the Auctioneer or whatever reason.

(h)

Liability of Auctioneer and Seller 19. Prior to auction ample opportunity is given for the inspection of the Lots on sale and each buyer by making a bid acknowledges that he has, by exercising and relying on his own judgment, satisfied himself as to the physical condition, age and Catalogue description of each Lot (including but not restricted to whether the Lot is damaged or has been repaired or restored). All Lots are sold with all faults and imperfections and errors of description. None of the seller, the Auctioneer nor any of their employees, servants or agents shall be responsible for any error of description or for the condition or authenticity of any Lot. No warranty whatsoever is given by the seller or Auctioneer or by any of their employees, servants or agents in respect of any Lot and any condition or warranty express or implied by statute or otherwise is hereby specifically excluded. Forgeries 20. Any amount paid by a buyer in respect of a Lot which, if it is proved within three (3) years of the date of the auction at which it was purchased, to have been a Forgery shall be refunded to the seller subject to the provisions hereof, provided that: (a)

The Lot has been returned by the buyer to the Auctioneer within three (3) years of the date of the auction in the same condition in which it was at the time of the auction together with evidence proving that it is a Forgery, the number of the Lot and the date of the auction at which it was purchased;

(b)

The Auctioneer is satisfied that the Lot is a Forgery and that the buyer has and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the Lot free from any third party claims;

FURTHER PROVIDED THAT the buyer shall have no rights hereunder if: (i) The description of the Lot in the Catalogue at the time of the auction was in accordance with the then generally accepted opinion of scholars or experts or fairly indicated that there was a conflict of such opinion; (ii)

The only method of establishing at the time of the auction in question that the Lot was a Forgery would have been by means of scientific processes which were not generally accepted for use until after the date of the auction or which were unreasonably expensive or impractical.

The buyer’s sole entitlement under this condition is to a refund of the actual amount paid by him in respect of the Lot. Under no circumstances shall the Auctioneer be liable for any damage, loss (including consequential, indirect or economic loss) or expense suffered or incurred by the buyer by reason of the Lot being a Forgery. The benefit of this condition shall be solely and exclusively for the buyer and shall not be assignable. The buyer shall for the purpose of this condition be the person to whom the original invoice in respect of the sale of the Lot is made. Photographs 21. The buyer authorises the Auctioneer at any time to make use of any photographs or illustrations of the Lot purchased by the buyer for such purposes as the Auctioneer may require.

CONDITIONS WHICH MAINLY CONCERN THE SELLER Auctioneer’s Discretion 22. With regard to the sale of any Lot the Auctioneer shall have the following powers exercisable solely in the discretion of the Auctioneer: (i)

To decide whether to offer any Lot for sale or not;

(ii)

To decide whether a particular Lot is suitable for sale by the Auctioneer and, if so, to determine which auction, the place and date of sale, the conditions of sale and the manner in which such sale should be conducted;

(iii)

To determine the description of any Lot in a Catalogue.

(iv)

To decide whether the views of any expert shall be obtained and to submit Lots for examination by any such experts.

(v)

To determine what illustration of a Lot (if any) is to be included in the Catalogue.

23. The seller warrants to the Auctioneer and to the buyer that he is the true owner of the Lot or is legally authorised to sell the Lot on behalf of the true owner and can transfer good and marketable title to the Lot free from any third party claims. As regards Lots not held by the Auctioneer on its premises or under its control the seller warrants and undertakes to the Auctioneer and the buyer that the Lot will be available and in a deliverable state on demand by the Auctioneer or buyer. The seller shall indemnify the Auctioneer and the buyer or any of their respective employees, servants or agents against any loss or damage suffered by any of them in consequence of any breach of the above warranties or undertakings by the seller.

Reserves 24. Subject to the Auctioneer’s discretion, the seller shall be entitled prior to the auction to place a reserve on any Lot. All reserves must be agreed in advance by the Auctioneer and entered on the Sale Order Form or subsequently be confirmed in writing to the Auctioneer prior to auction. This also applies to changes in reserves. A reserve may not be placed upon any Lots under €500 in value. The reserve shall be the minimum Hammer Price at which the Lot may be sold by the Auctioneer. A reserve once in place may only be changed with the consent of the Auctioneer. A commission shall be charged on the ‘knock-down’ bid for Lots which fail to reach the reserve price. Such commission shall be 5% of the ‘knock-down’ bid. This commission and any VAT payable thereon must be paid before removal

Unless a reserve has been placed on a Lot in accordance with the provisions set out above such Lot shall be put up for sale without reserve. In the event that any reserve price is not reached at auction then for so long as the Lot remains with the Auctioneer and to the extent that the Lot has not been re-entered in another auction pursuant to condition 31 the seller authorises the Auctioneer to sell the Lot by private treaty at not less than the reserve price. The Auctioneer shall ensure that in such a case those conditions herein which concern mainly the buyer shall, with any necessary modification, apply to such sale.

Commission 25. The seller shall pay the Auctioneer commission at the rate of 10% on the Hammer Price of all Lots sold on behalf of the seller at Irish Art Sales and 17.5% on the Hammer Price of all Lots sold on behalf of the seller at Fine Art, Wine and Militaria Sales together with V.A.T. thereon at the applicable rate. The seller authorises the Auctioneer to deduct from the Hammer Price paid by the buyer the Auctioneer’s Commission under this condition; VAT payable at the applicable rates and any other amounts due by the seller to the Auctioneer in whatever capacity howsoever arising. The seller agrees that the Auctioneer may also receive commission from the buyer pursuant to condition 13.

Insurance 26. Unless otherwise instructed by the seller, all Lots (with the exception of motor vehicles) deposited with the Auctioneer or put under its control for sale shall automatically be insured by the Auctioneer under the Auctioneer’s own fine arts policy for such sum as the Auctioneer shall from time to time in its absolute discretion determine. The seller shall pay the Auctioneer a contribution towards such insurance at the rate of 1.5% of the Hammer Price plus VAT. If the seller instructs the Auctioneer not to insure a Lot then the Lot shall at all times remain at the risk of the seller who undertakes to indemnify the Auctioneer and hold the Auctioneer harmless against any and all claims made or proceedings brought against the Auctioneer of whatever nature and howsoever and wheresoever occurring for loss or damage to the Lot. The sum for which a Lot is covered for insurance under this condition shall not constitute and shall not be relied upon by the seller as a representation, warranty or guarantee as to the value of the Lot or that the Lot will, if sold by the Auctioneer, be sold for such amount. Such insurance shall subsist until such time as the Lot is paid for and collected by the buyer or, in the case of Lots sold which are not paid for or collected by the buyer by the due date hereunder for payment or collection such due date or, in the case of Lots which are not sold, on the expiry of seven (7) days from the date on which the Auctioneer has notified the seller to collect the Lots.

Recision of Sale 27. If before the Auctioneer has paid the Proceeds of Sale to the seller the buyer proves to the satisfaction of the Auctioneer that the Lot sold is a Forgery and the requirements of condition 20 are satisfied the Auctioneer shall rescind the sale and refund to the buyer any amount paid to the Auctioneer by the buyer in respect of the Lot.

Payment of Proceeds of Sale 28. The Auctioneer shall remit the Proceeds of Sale to the seller not later than thirty (30) days after the date of the auction, provided however that, if by that date, the Auctioneer has not received the Total Amount Due from the buyer then the Auctioneer shall remit the Proceeds of Sale within seven (7) working days after the date on which the Total Amount Due is received from the buyer. If credit terms have been agreed between the Auctioneer and the buyer the Auctioneer shall remit to the seller the Proceeds of Sale not later than thirty (30) days after the date of the auction unless otherwise agreed by the seller. If before the Total Amount Due is paid by the buyer the Auctioneer pays the seller an amount equal to the Proceeds of Sale then title to the Lot shall pass to the Auctioneer. If the buyer fails to pay the Auctioneer the Total Amount Due within fourteen (14) days after the date of the auction, the Auctioneer shall endeavour to notify the seller and take the seller’s instructions on the course of action to be taken and, to the extent that it is in the sole opinion of the Auctioneer feasible, shall endeavour to assist the seller to recover the Total Amount Due from the buyer provided that nothing herein shall oblige the Auctioneer to issue proceedings against the buyer in the Auctioneer’s own name. If circumstances do not permit the Auctioneer to take instructions from the seller or, if after notifying the seller, it does not receive instructions within seven (7) days, the Auctioneer reserves the right, and is hereby authorised by the seller at the seller’s expense, to agree special terms for payments of the Total Amount Due, to remove, store and insure the Lot sold, to settle claims made by or against the buyer on such terms as the Auctioneer shall in its absolute discretion think fit, to take such steps as are necessary to collect monies due by the buyer to the seller and, if necessary, to rescind the sale and refund money to the buyer.

Payment of Proceeds to Overseas Sellers 29. If the seller resides outside Ireland the Proceeds of Sale shall be paid to such seller in Euro unless it was agreed with the seller prior to the auction that the Proceeds of Sale would be paid in a currency (other than Euro) specified by the seller in which case the Proceeds of Sale shall be paid by the Auctioneer to the seller in such specified currency (provided that that currency is legally available to the Auctioneer in the amount required) calculated at the rate of exchange quoted to the Auctioneer by its bankers on the date of payment.

Charges for Withdrawn Lots 30. Once catalogued, Lots withdrawn from sale before proofing/publication of Catalogue will be subject to commission of 5% of the Auctioneer’s latest estimate of the auction price of the Lot withdrawn together with VAT thereon and any expenses incurred by the Auctioneer in relation to the Lot. If Lots are withdrawn after proofing or publication of Catalogue they will be subject to a commission of 10% of the Auctioneer’s latest estimate of the auction price of the Lot withdrawn together with VAT thereon and any expenses incurred by the Auctioneer in relation to the Lot. All commission hereunder must be paid for before Lots withdrawn may be removed.

Unsold Lots 31. Where any Lot fails to sell at auction the Auctioneer shall notify the seller accordingly and (in the absence of agreement between the seller and the Auctioneer to the contrary) such Lot may, in the absolute discretion of the Auctioneer, be re-entered in the next suitable auction unless instructions are received from the seller to the contrary, otherwise such Lots must be collected at the seller’s expense within the period of thirty (30) days of such notification from the Auctioneer. Upon the expiry of such period the Auctioneer shall have the right to sell such Lots by public auction or private sale and on such terms as the Auctioneer in its sole discretion may think fit. The Auctioneer shall be entitled to deduct from the price received for such Lots any sums owing to the Auctioneer in respect of such Lots including without limitation removal, storage and insurance expenses, any commission and expenses due in respect of the prior auction and commission and expenses in respect of the subsequent auction together with all reasonable expenses before remitting the balance to the seller. If the seller cannot be traced the balance shall be placed in a bank account in the name of the Auctioneer for the seller. Any deficit arising shall be due from the seller to the Auctioneer. Any Lots returned at the seller’s request shall be returned at the seller’s risk and expense and will not be insured in transit unless the Auctioneer is so instructed by the seller.

Auctioneer’s Right to Photographs and Illustrations 32. The seller authorises the Auctioneer to photograph and illustrate any Lot placed with if for sale and further authorises the Auctioneer to use such photographs and illustrations and any photographs and illustrations provided by the seller at any time in its absolute discretion (whether or not in connection with the auction).


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Est 1887

Important Irish Art

Paul Henry “Connemara Landscape 1933-40” sold in June 2011 for €110,000

Wednesday 28th September 2011

If you would like to consign to this prestigious sale please contact James O’Halloran, Stuart Cole or David Britton at +353 (0)1 6760261


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Est 1887

Country House Collections at Slane Castle October 11th 2011

An Irish George III carved giltwood pier mirror. Est: â‚Ź15,000 - 20,000

This special auction will include fine antique furniture, silver, paintings and ephemera from the Country Houses of Ireland. If you would like to avail of the opportunity of consigning to this sale or require valuation advice Please contact Nick Nicholson or Sara Kenny at (01) 6760261.

26 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.

Ph. +353 (0)1 6760261

www.adams.ie

info@adams.ie


Est 1887

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at Clandeboye A Celebration of Irish Art and Modernism The Ava Gallery, Clandeboye, Co. Down 16th june - 3rd September 2011

Jack Butler Yeats RHA (1871 - 1957) “Fair Day, Co. Mayo” (1925)

Paul Henry RHA RUA (1876 - 1958) “Wind Blown Trees”

Charles Lamb RHA RUA (1893 - 1964) “Hearing the News”

Adam’s are delighted to present this exhibition to mark the 20th Anniversary of the exhibition and book “Irish Art and Modernism” by Dr. S.B. Kennedy. The exhibition is drawn completely from Private Collections and runs over the Summer concluding with the Clandeboye Music Festival with Camerata Ireland.

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The AVA Gallery Clandeboye Estate Bangor, Co. Down BT19 IRN

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