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Bamfords The Derby Auction House

Three-Day Fine Art and Antique Sale at The Derby Saleroom, Chequers Road, Derby

Wednesday 16th,Thursday 17th & Friday 18th March 2011

OAK AND COUNTRY FURNITURE FROM A RURAL PROPERTY NEAR BAKEWELL, DERBYSHIRE; TREEN, BOXES & OBJECTS, FURNITURE AND EARLY POTTERY FROM THE HOME OF A GENTLEMAN COLLECTOR; CERAMICS BY MACINTYRE AND WILLIAM MOORCROFT, A LADY AND GENTLEMAN’S LIFETIME COLLECTION; 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY FURNITURE, PICTURES AND SILVER FROM A LARGE PROPERTY IN ALLESTREE, DERBY, THE RESULT OF A DECEASED ESTATE; EARLY BOOKS AND FINE LEATHER BINDINGS FROM A STAFFORDSHIRE LAW LIBRARY AND A SUBSTANTIAL SOUTH DERBYSHIRE PROPERTY; FINE AND INTERESTING WEAPONS FROM THE ESTATE OF A DECEASED COLLECTOR; CLOCKS AND WORKS OF ART FROM A PROPERTY IN INVERNESS, SCOTLAND; ITEMS FROM OVER TWENTY DECEASED ESTATES ACROSS DERBYSHIRE, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, LEICESTERSHIRE, STAFFORDSHIRE,YORKSHIRE, AND OTHER VENDORS

Over 1800 lots of English Pottery, English Porcelain, Derby and Associated Factories, Royal Crown Derby Paperweights, Decorative Arts, Glass, Continental Ceramics, Oriental Ceramics, Silver and Plated Ware, Jewellery, Watercolours, Oils, Prints, Books and Manuscripts, Boxes and Objects, Ivories, Miniatures, Brass and Metal Work, Light Fittings,Walking Sticks,Taxidermy,Textiles,Weapons,Tribal Art, Bronzes and Sculptures, Musical Instruments, Barometers, Clocks and Furniture On View

Sunday 13th March Monday 14th March Tuesday 15th March Morning of sales

2.00pm – 5.00pm 2.00pm – 5.00pm 1.00pm – 7.00pm from 9.00am

View our sale: www.bamfords-auctions.co.uk (over 1,800 images on our site) and www.the-saleroom.com/bamfords Front cover illustration 547 detail Back cover illustration 1302 Catalogues £10 (£12 by post) Credit card facilities available

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Information to Buyers

Payments 1. Bamfords charge 17.5% plus VAT Buyer’s Premium on the hammer of each lot (e.g. Hammer Price £100 + Buyer’s Premium £17.50 + VAT on the Premium £3.50 Total Invoice £121.00) 2. Payments made before the 26th March 2011 will be discounted to 15% plus VAT Buyers Premium on the hammer of each lot. There is a minimum Buyer’s Premium of £10 per lot on this sale. 3. Any lot purchased through the services of ATG Media’s the-saleroom.com will be subject to a further charge of 3% of the hammer price (plus VAT where chargeable) 4. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers accept Cash, Bank Transfers, Bankers Drafts, Debit Cards and Business and Personal Cheques (Cheques must clear prior to the removal of goods) • Cheques to be made out to Bamfords Ltd be cleared prior to removal of goods • Bank Transfers must state the lot number and sale date International Bank Account Number GB64MIDL40191593665127 Branch Identifier Code MIDLGB2104B • We do not accept American Express or Credit Cards 5. Late payments will occur interest at 2% above HSBC base rate

Day One – Wednesday 16th March 2011 at 11am Pottery 1 – 59 Porcelain 60 – 89 Derby 90 – 135 Royal Crown Derby and Associated Factories 136 – 214 Royal Crown Derby Miniatures 215 – 239 Royal Crown Derby Paperweights 240 – 259 Worcester 260 – 288 Continental 289 – 319 Oriental 320 – 388 Glass 390 – 410 Decorative Ceramics 412 – 439 Doulton 440 – 444 Denby and Langley 445 – 460 Moorcroft 463 – 499

Day Two – Thursday 17th March 2011 at 11am Plated Ware 500 – 517 Silver 518 – 543 Watches 700 – 709 Jewellery 710 – 770 Day Three – Friday 18th March 2011 at 10.30am Boxes and Objects 1168 – 1260 Brass and Metal Work 1260 – 1293 Enamels and Bijouterie 1294 – 1337 Miniatures 1338 – 1362 Blue John and Ashford Marble 1365 – 1376 Jade, Ivory and Oriental Carvings 1378 – 1444 Walking Sticks 1445 – 1480 Light Fittings 1491 – 1504 Taxidermy 1505 – 1518 Textiles 1519 – 1549 Wine 1550 – 1560 Weapons 1566 – 1617 Tribal 1618 – 1630 Bronzes and Sculptures 1638 – 1679 Musical and Scientific Instruments 1680 – 1691 Barometers 1692 – 1697 Clocks 1699 – 1739 Garden Statuary and Fireplaces 1740 – 1744 Furniture 1745 – End of Sale

Conditions of Sale All Business is conducted with the conditions of sale in the back of this catalogue.

Condition of Lots and Reports Some of the following catalogue descriptions indicate damage, repair and restorations.This is a guide only and does not constitute a guarantee of good condition for other lots where no reference to condition is made. Purchasers are advised to examine carefully, prior to sale, every lot in which they are interested. If you are unable to attend the sale we will, without charge, provide a condition report on any particular lot. Photographs by thestudio@bamfords Catalogue design & production by Jamm Design Ltd

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1 A 19th century Creamware cruet stand, the central knopped handle with coloured finch terminal, cylindrical pierced stand, stiff leaf moulded borders picked out in green, puce and blue, blue line borders, three leaf scroll feet, 24cm high, c.1810; three associated jars £300 - £400

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9 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware twohandled loving cup, the thistle shaped bowl inscribed with verse and William & Mary Sevenson, Nov 20th 1829, reeded scroll handles, 26.5cm high, first quarter of 19th century £200 - £300

2 A Liverpool Creamware bowed cylindrical jug, printed in monochrome with Susan’s Farewell, Adieu She Cry’d and Waved her Lily Hand, sailing ship to verso, 29.5cm high, early 19th century £80 - £120

3 An 18th century Leeds Creamware baluster jug, painted in colours with roses, other flowers and foliage, entwined reed handles, 14.5cm high, c.1780 £200 - £300 4 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware baluster coffee pot and cover, in relief with hounds and hare, rose, thistle and clover sprigs, domed cover, button final, 23cm high, late 19th century £50 - £80 5 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware baluster leech jar, knop finial, domed cover, leaf moulded handles to sides, 43cm high, early 19th century £180 - £220

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10 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware basket, in relief with stiff leaves and flowering stems, 12cm diam, late 19th century £60 - £100

6 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware bowed cylindrical flagon, button finial, incised with a wavy band within beaded borders, scroll capped handle, 17cm high, 19th century £60 - £100 7 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware fluted two-handled sugar bowl, 14.5cm high, impressed S & H Briddon; a 19th century brown salt glazed dog bowl, in relief with sprays of flowers and foliage, 19cm diam; a similar spitoon, the sides in relief with scrolling vine, 19cm diam, late 19th century £60 - £100

8 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware jug, in relief with huntsman and hounds in the chase, the neck with rose, thistle and shamrock, loop handle, 21cm high, late 19th century £50 - £70

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18 A Minton majolica Chinese style jardinière stand, the pierced circular top above panelled baluster stand pierced with Chinese trellis and scrolls coloured in turquoise, lilac and green bordered in mustard, 77.5cm high, impressed Minton, shape no 451, c.1872 £800 - £1,200

11 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware shoe, 11.5cm long, late 19th century £50 - £70 12 A Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware threehandled tyg, in relief with jolly topers, huntsmen and hounds, greyhound handles, inscribed F H Whymper, 16.5cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150 13 A large Brampton brown salt glazed stoneware ovoid jug, reeded scroll handle, arched pouring handle, incised with wavy bands within beaded borders, 42cm high, 19th century £100 - £150 14 A George IV Sunderland Lustre cylindrical christening mug, inscribed William Graham, Born 24th December 1829, with sailing galleon and verse, scroll handle, 9.5cm high, c.1829 £60 - £100 15 A Gustafsberg Elephant pattern oval meat plate, printed in underglaze blue with elephant and keeper in a pseudoChinese garden, floral border, 48cm wide, impressed mark, c.1860; another; others, smaller, 43cm wide (4) £150 - £200 16 A 20th century Sampson Smith Toby jug and cover, he sits crossed legged, holding a jug of foaming beer, wearing a tricorn hat, cobalt blue jacket and yellow breeches, 20cm high, c.1880 £50 - £70 17 An 18th century Staffordshire Creamware Toby jug, seated wearing a tricorn hat, green jacket and breeches, holding a jug of beer and a pile, canted rectangular base, 25cm high, c.1780

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19 A Mintons majolica Chinaman teapot, modelled as a portly seated Oriental, grasping a mask from which protrudes the spout, his head as the cover, rope-twist handle, 16cm. high, impressed Mintons, 1838 with datecode for 1875 £300 - £500

Provenace: From the Marquess of Bute Collection £500 - £700

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24 A Charles Meigh buff coloured Apostle/Minster jugs, of Gothic design, in relief with apostles standing in arches, angular handle, pewter hinged cover, 25cm high, c.1845; another, in relief with mother and child, 23cm high, c.1850; a globular teapot, applied with fruiting cornucopias and vine, inscribed W.R. Hulley, Pilsley, 16.5cm high, c.1850; etc (4) £100 - £150

25 A Turner stoneware ovoid Archers pattern jug, in relief with archers, trees and foliage, ribbed brown neck, angular handle, 23cm high, impressed mark £200 - £250

26 A 19th century Pearl Ware cylindrical Harvest mug, in colours with farm implements, loop handle, 13cm high, c.1800 £120 - £180 27 A Staffordshire Pratt-type model, of a hound, seated on a cushion, spotted in tones of brown, 8cm high, c.1800 £150 - £200

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20 A Wedgwood majolica oyster dish, with six apertures, in relief with fish, scale ground, coloured in green, brown and ochre, 18.5cm diam, impressed marks, c.1880 £60 - £100

28 A Staffordshire figure, Widow, seated wearing flowing robes, holding sticks, a scantily draped child at her side, square titled base, 26cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100

29 A 19th century Sunderland lustre two-handled cylindrical jar and cover, printed with compass and verse, the domed cover with three red and green cartouches, 14cm diam, c.1860 £60 - £90

21 A Wedgwood caneware pie dish liner, cover and detachable rim, the cover in relief with stiff leaves and strapwork, impressed mark, 23cm diam, fourth quarter of 19th century £80 - £120

30 A Staffordshire Pratt Ware jug, in relief with fox chased by an angry farmer, coloured in tones of ochre, brown, blue and green, 15.5cm high, c.1800 £60 - £100

22 A Staffordshire white salt-glazed stoneware guglet, long flared neck, 22.5cm high, c.1760 £100 - £150

31 A Staffordshire pottery bowl, printed in monochrome, the interior with The Shipwright’s Arms, the exterior with portrait bust of Washington, His Country’s Father, Benj Franklin L.L.D F.R.S.Q and Republicans Are Not Always Ungrateful divided by foliate sprigs, 20cm diam, mid 19th century £60 - £100

23 A Turner white stoneware jug, in relief with putti encouraging a goat, the verso with angels holding a cornucopia and mirror, below a foliate scroll border, angular handle, 17cm high, c.1790 £50 - £80

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32 A Staffordshire miniature shaped circular novelty plate, in relief with cooked chicken, the border in relief with ochre band, 10.5cm diam, c.1860; a pair of child’s octagonal plates, printed in green with figures on horseback, the border in relief with flowershead 14cm wide, c.1860 (3) £100 - £200

40 A pair of Victorian Staffordshire greyhounds, standing to the left and right, with hares in their mouths, rust coat markings, shaped oval bases, applied with shredded clay, 19.5cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100 41 A Staffordshire clock group, of a piper and companion, sitting above a clock face, painted in coloured enamels, black line oval base, 36cm high, c.1860; another, with two figures, he holding a bird, the clock face with grape and vine border, 29cm high, c.1880; etc (3) £60 - £100 42 A Staffordshire equestrian model, Peace, to the right, with female on horseback, holding a wreath and flag, gilt lined oval base, 28cm high, c.1880; another, with child on a horseback, with attendant, 33cm high, c.1880; etc £60 - £100 43 A Staffordshire figure, Rob Roy, he stands, holding a shield, wearing a feathered hat, sporran and kilt, 43cm high, c.1880; another figure group, Harvesters, she carrying a bundle of corn on her head, shaped gilt line base, 32cm high, c.1880; others, various (5) £70 - £100 44 A Staffordshire flat back figure group, of two Turkish soldiers before a mosque, coloured in peach, iron red, cobalt blue, green and yellow, gilt lined base, 23cm high, c.1860 £40 - £60

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45 A Staffordshire greyhound, standing to the left, a hare in its mouth, rust markings, gilt lined base, 19cm high, c.1880; a similar pen holder, with greyhound reclining, cobalt blue base, 13cm high, c.1880 (2) £60 - £100

33 A Staffordshire octagonal nursery plate, the field printed in monochrome with Rev J Wesley. A.M., Sunderland lustre line border, 17cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £180 35 A 19th century Staffordshire tree spill holder, applied with birds and woodman, seated on the trunk, 27cm high, c.1820 £200 - £300

46 A Staffordshire group, of a leaping stag, with hunting dog in pursuit, rustic base, 30cm high, c.1880; a pair of Staffordshire spill vases, modelled with a boy, girl and deer, in colours, gilt lined oval base, 18cm high; etc (6) £50 - £80

36 A pair of Samuel Parr type Staffordshire cow groups, modelled as a milkmaid and cowherd, resting against their cows by a stream, sparsely decorated, picked out in gilt, 24.5cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100

47 A Staffordshire Kent equestrian model, of Arthur Lord Wellesley, The Duke of Wellington mounted on Copenhagen, in uniform with a telescope in one hand, on rustic base, 30cm high, mid 19th century £60 - £100

37 A pair of Staffordshire figures, Harvesters, both standing holding bundles of corn, picked out in pink and yellow, gilt lined oval bases, 35cm high, c.1880 £50 - £80

48 A Staffordshire model of a Dalmation, gilt collar and chain, cobalt blue gilt line oval base. 16.5cm high, c.1900; another, smaller, 11.5cm high, c.1880 (2) £60 - £100

38 A pair of Staffordshire greyhounds, seated, with black features, shaped oval bases in mottled, green, brown and yellow, 20cm high, c.1870 £120 - £180

49 A Victorian Staffordshire figure group, of a sailor and companion, coloured in tones of green, orange, pink and cobalt blue, rocky base, 25cm high; another, Scottish dancers, 19cm high gilt lined oval base, 8in high, late 19th century; a pair of Staffordshire figures, of a Shepherd and Shepherdess, she with a lamb, he with a dog, both with large jugs, 18cm high, c.1880; etc (6) £60 - £80

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50 A pair of Victorian Staffordshire cats, seated to the left and right, wearing gilt collars, seated on pink and green cushions, 17.5cm high, c.1880 £50 - £80

60 A Parian model, of Ariadne and Panther, after Dannecker, the naked princess reclines on the back of a panther, 39cm high, unmarked £300 - £400

51 A Scottish shaped circular plate, printed in colours with farmers wife and child, entitled Returning Home, the border in relief with stylised flowers and foliage, 18.5cm diam, c.1800 £50 - £70

61 A Parian model, of Una and the Lion, modelled by John Bell, the subject from Spencer’s Faerie Queene, 37.5cm, unmarked, mid 19th century £300 - £400 62 A late 19th century Parian bust, Clytie, possibly Copeland, turned socle base, 28cm high, unmarked £60 - £100

52 A pair of Staffordshire equestrian groups, Sand and Beesums, each modelled with a merchant standing before a mule laden with their respective goods, picked out in colours, titled gilt lined oval bases, 21.5cm high, c.1870 £80 - £120

64 A Caughley Plantation pattern blue and white coffee cup, printed in underglaze blue with trees, building and rockwork, c.1780; a Lowestoft coffee cup, painted in underglaze blue with pagoda and willow tree, c.1770 (2) £50 - £70

65 A Coalport two-handled pedestal ovoid vase and cover, painted with an oval cartouche containing a lakescape, within gilded beaded cartouche bordered in lemon on a cobalt blue ground, gilt loop handles, domed cover, spire finial, 18cm high, printed marks £50 - £70

53 A Staffordshire Pearl Ware figure, The Lost Sheep Found, the shepherd wears a mottled blue coat and carries a lamb on his back, 22cm high; another (2) £60 - £100

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66 A Copeland Parian figure, Nora Creina, after an original by Raphaelle Monti, 56cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150 67 A fine pair of Copeland ‘jewelled’ porcelain vases and covers, painted by S Alcock, with travellers resting and making fires, the verso with coastal scene, within tooled gilt cartouches, flying scroll handles, with mask terminals, the necks, feet and covers jewelled in white and gilt with strapwork and flower heads on an apple green ground, domed covers with finials of putti playing tambourines, 47cm high, gilded and printed marks £3,000 - £4,000 68 A pair of Mintons pedestal ewers, in relief in gilt with scrolling flowers and foliage, on a cobalt blue ground, the base with stiff leaves, fluted necks, wavy rims, scroll handles with Bacchus mask terminals, square pedestals, 26cm high, printed marks £80 - £120

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69 A part Spode Copelands China dessert service, comprising two two-handled shaped oval serving dishes and three shaped circular plates, each printed and painted with central floral cartouche containing roses and other foliage, within floral swags and bouquets, gilt gadrooned border, 29cm wide, printed marks, c.1911 £150 - £200

70 A Rockingham part tea service, comprising teapot and cover, four teacups, two coffee cups, four saucers, two serving plates and milk jug, decorated in grey, picked out in gilt with acanthus leaves and foliage, three spur handles, the teapot with crown finial, leafy scroll feet, teapot, 19cm high, c1830-42 £150 - £200 72 An English porcelain cabaret set, comprising shaped tray, teapot and cover, sucrier and cover, milk jug, teacup and saucer, painted with roses and forget-me-nots, gilt dentil border, 42cm wide, c.1910 £30 - £40

73 An English porcelain pedestal loving cup, painted with sailing boats and ruins within gilt oval cartouche with scrolls on a pink ground, the pedestal inscribed J & M A Maxfield, Carrington, May 1864, spreading circular base, with gilt leafy wreath, 11.5cm high, unmarked £50 - £80

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74 An English porcelain rectangular panel, painted by Stephan Nowaki, signed, with ladies picking flowers, 13cm x 17.5cm, framed £60 - £100 75 An English porcelain shaped circular plate, painted by Henry Mitchell, with pheasant and grasses, the border with three gilt reserves, with snipe, pigeon and ducks, on a light green ground, 22cm diam, unmarked £80 - £120

76 A Chelsea baluster vase, painted with flower sprays, sprigs and butterflies, 20cm high, unmarked, c.1755 £300 - £400 77 A Chelsea leaf shaped dish, painted with loose bouquets and scattered flowers, branch handle, encrusted with flowers and foliage, iron red border, 27cm long, red anchor, c.1758 £100 - £150

78 A Chelsea figure, of a shepherdess, modelled dancing, a recumbent lamb at her feet, decorated in coloured enamels and gilt, 15cm high, gold anchor mark, c.1770 £400 - £600 79 A pair of Chelsea shaped circular plates, painted with fanciful birds, standing and pecking berries and foliage, in coloured enamels, iron red rim, 21cm diam, red anchor, c.1765 £600 - £1,000

80 A pair of Bow figural candlesticks, Allegorical of The Seasons, Summer, standing holding a wheatsheaf and scythe, Autumn, holding grapes, the sticks with entwined flowers and foliage, lofty scroll bases, picked out in puce and turquoise, 26cm high, unmarked, c.1765 £1,000 - £1,500

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81 81 A Bow figure, Allegorical of the Seasons, Summer and Autumn, Summer, holding a wheat sheaf, Autumn, holding grapes, wearing colourful floral dress, lofty scroll base, picked out in cobalt blue, 23cm, unmarked, c.1765 £500 - £600

83 86 A Pinxton Bute shape pattern 342 teacup and saucer, decorated in the Imari palette with panels of stylised flowers and scrolls, c.1800 £150 - £250

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82 A Bow powder-blue-ground circular plate, typically painted with central river landscape within alternating circular and fan-shaped Chinoiserie panels, 21cm diam, painted Chinese-style marks, c.1760 £40 - £60

90 A Derby baluster jug, painted in coloured enamels with orange flowerheads and other foliage, scroll handle, French hinged pewter cover, 26cm high, c.1765; an English Porcelain porter mug, painted with an oval cartouche with rural scape, the ground with gilt trellis, angular handle, 10cm high, c.1850 £150 - £200

83 A Longton Hall figure, seated with floral garland, wearing a dress, decorated with ‘trembly rose’ roses, C and S scroll base, 12cm high, c.1765 £600 - £800

91 A Derby cache pot, painted with scattered roses on a turquoise jewelled ground, below a basket weave band, 11cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £60 - £100

84 A Mintons pedestal ovoid ewer, printed in gilt with flowers and foliage on a yellow ground, flared neck, wavy rim, scroll handle terminated with a mask, spreading circular base, square plinth, 29cm high, printed mark £50 - £70

92 A Derby figural candlestick, encrusted with flowers and foliage, the shaped circular base with two dogs, picked out in colours, 22.5cm high, c.1770 £600 - £800

85 A set of three rectangular English porcelain plaques, painted by Francis Clark, signed, with farmyard animals, 8cm x 11cm, gilt frames £120 - £180

93 A Derby figure of Neptune, standing with a dolphin at his feet, holding a trident, lofty shell-encrusted base, 21.5cm high, model no.299, c.1770 £400 - £600 94 A Derby figure, Scots Lass, she stands wearing a bonnet, shawl, blouse and skirt, carrying a basket of flowers, her right hand on her heart, in coloured enamels, circular base, 24.5cm high, incised no.378 £400 - £600 95 A Derby Hairdresser figure group, modelled with a seated lady, wearing a fine gown, with towel around her shoulders, having her hair done by her servant, standing, wearing a waistcoat, cravat, jacket and breeches, floral encrusted shaped base, 17cm high, incised no.84 £300 - £500

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96 A Derby fluted navette shaped dish, painted with colourful bouquet of summer flowers, the fluted rim with four floral sprays, gilt line rim, 28cm wide; a similar circular plate, 22cm diam, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red, c.1800 (2) £50 - £70

102 A Derby Patch Mark blue and white chestnut basket, with reticulated cover, the bowl applied in relief with sprays of flowers and foliage, 16.5cm diam, c.1760 £400 - £600

97 A Derby Mansion House Dwarf, with moustache, he stands left hand on his hip, grasping a staff in his right, with tall hat, his blouse with green roundels, yellow shorts, floral encrusted base, 16.5cm high, incised no.227 £180 - £280

98 A Derby model of a seated pug, decorated in brown, wearing a gilt studded collar, oval scroll moulded base picked out in turquoise and gilt , 6cm high, incised no. 3, c.1825-30 £150 - £200 99 A Derby Named View two-handled campana shaped vase, A Scene in Switzerland, within canted gilt cartouche, on a cobalt blue ground applied with gilt Regency scrolls, gilt snake handles, 20.5cm high, crown and D mark, c.1815 £100 - £150 100 A Derby Patch Mark asymmetric vase, encrusted with flowers, in relief with flutes and scrolls, painted with flowers and foliage, the scrolls picked out in tones of green and puce, 8.5cm high, c.1755 £200 - £300

101 A Derby Patch Mark baluster two-handled vase, the shaped cartouches painted with children in landscape, leafy scroll handles with mask terminals, blue ground, picked out in gilt, 32.5cm. high, c.1770 £300 - £500

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103 A Derby Patch Mark figure group, Four Seasons, Spring, standing with flower posy and basket, Summer with bundle of wheat and scythe, Autumn with bunch of grapes, Winter with gun and bag of game, standing around an obelisk, in coloured enamels, shaped base with flowers and leaves, 25cm high, c.1770 £500 - £700 104 A Derby Patch Mark figure, of a Putto, standing scantily draped holding a basket of flowers, wearing a floral chaplet, picked out in colours, 10cm high, c.1770; another, in the white, picked out in gilt, 13.5cm high, c.1790 (2) £50 - £80

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105 A Derby Patch Mark figure, of a Sportsman and Lady, he stands wearing a black hat, turquoise jacket, floral waistcoat and yellow breeches, holding a gun, she with basket of flowers and flower posy, both before a tree with watering can, 21cm high, c.1770 £500 - £700

106 A Derby pierced basket, picked out in gilt with floral roundel, within gilt line and foliate border, pierced flared sides, the exterior in relief with basket weave, 18cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £70 - £100

107 A Derby shaped oval dish, well painted with roses and foliage, deep banded border with six shaped cartouches each with rose spray, gilt dentil border, 28.5cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £40 - £60

108 A Derby shaped circular plate, painted with floral spray and sprigs, in the manner of the Cotton Stem painter, iron red rim, 21.5cm diam, c.1760 £300 - £400 109 A Derby shell shaped dessert dish, similarly decorated to the Earl Ferrers service, painted to the centre with a colourful bouquet of summer flowers within a broad border reserved with three shaped panels of flowers and foliage on a cobalt blue and Regency gilt ground, 24cm wide, crown and D mark in red, c.1825-30 £50 - £70

111 A pair of Derby figures, of Shepherd and Shepherdess, he stands playing a flute, resting on a tree stump, a sheep at his feet, she in rustic dress with a scarf over her right shoulder, circular pierced scroll bases, 25cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark, incised N369, c.1800 £400 - £600

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112 A pair of Derby Patch Mark asymmetric vases, in relief with flutes and scrolls, painted with flowers and foliage, the scrolls picked out in tones of green and puce, 8.5cm high, c.1765 £300 - £500 113 A pair of Derby Patch Mark asymmetric vases, in relief with flutes and scrolls, painted with landscapes, the scrolls picked out in tones of green and puce, 12.5cm high, c.1765 £400 - £600 114 A pair of Derby Patch Mark figural candlesticks, before bocage, Italian Farmers, he stands wearing a plumed green hat, pink coat and striped/floral trousers, holding a cockerel, she with yellow dress with floral striped skirt, holding a hen, before a stump with flowers, the base in relief with scrolls, 33cm high, c1765 £600 - £900 115 A pair of Derby Patch Mark figural candlesticks, before bocage, of children, both standing holding flowers in their aprons, picked out in colours, pierced scroll bases, 19cm high, c.1770 £500 - £700

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116 A pair of Derby Patch Mark figures, David Garrick as Tancred, from the play Tancred & Sigismunda, he stands in a striking pose attired in shako, pelisse and dolman, his associated companion, Susannah Cibber, in the guise of a vivandiere/street vendor, wearing a head scarf, dress and floral apron, holding a tray of bottles, shaped bases, 21cm high, c.1770 £600 - £1,000

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117 A pair of Derby Patch Mark figures, Italian Farmers, he stands wearing a plumed green hat, pink coat and striped/floral trousers, holding a cockerel, she with yellow dress with floral striped skirt, holding a hen, before a stump with flowers, the base in relief with scrolls, 23cm high, c1765 £600 - £800 118 A pair of Derby Patch Mark figures, Ranelagh Dancers, the gallant attired in a tricorn hat, doublet, hose and cloak, with his right hand on his hip, his other outstretched, his companion with plumes and flowers in her hair, a gown and clock, standing in a mirror pose, 24.5cm high, c.1770 £400 - £600 For more images please visit

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120 A Derby baluster mug, well painted with rose, tulip and other foliage, iron red border, scroll handle, 16cm high, c.1765 £500 - £700

119 A rare Derby two-handled pedestal ogee shaped vase, in the classical manner, well painted possibly by William Wheeldon, with a band of continuous summer flowers of roses, morning glory, tulips, and auriculars, the neck in relief with stiff leaves, loft leafy scroll handles, conforming base, square pedestal, 17cm high, incised 7 and star

121 A Derby shaped circular plate, painted by Zachariah Boreman, with Near Coupar in Angus, within leafy cartouche, conforming border, 22cm diam, titled, crown, crossed batons and D mark in blue, c.1794 £500 - £700

Provenance: Exhibition of Derby Porcelain catalogue October 1973, Lot 51.

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123 A Derby shaped circular plate, painted by Zachariah Boreman, with On Loch Lomond, Scotland, within gilt leafy cartouche, conforming border, 22cm diam, titled, crown, crossed batons and D mark in blue, c.1794 £500 - £700 124 A Derby Pale Family figure, Shepherdess with Lamb, she stands wearing a hat, floral dress, holding a nosegay, a lamb at her feet, high scroll base, picked out in puce and green, 28cm high, c.1756-59 £500 - £700 125 A pair of Bloor Derby Dancing figures, both wearing fancy dress, with lace trim, he with a cobalt blue jacket and striped breeches, she holding open her divided skirt, scroll bases, 17.5cm high, c.1820 £400 - £600

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126 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, of Dr Syntax, modelled with the protagonist riding piggy back on a lady, gilt lined base, 13.5cm high, S H, crown, crossed sword and D mark in red £60 - £100 For more images please visit

127 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, Belper Joe, he stands wearing a top hat and red overcoat and striped trousers, gilt line titled circular base, 11cm high, S H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce £60 - £100 19

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Royal Crown Derby and Associated Factories

128 A Sampson Hancock Derby novelty candle snuffer, Ma Gamp, she stands wearing a yellow bonnet, white shawl and peach dress, gilt lined circular base, 11cm high, S H, Crown, crossed swords and D mark in blue £60 - £100

136 A Lynton circular plate, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, Chatsworth House, cobalt blue border applied in gilt with acanthus scrolls, from a series of twenty-five plates, commissioned by Nash Interiors, 21.5cm diam, printed mark £60 - £100

129 A Sampson Hancock circular plate, decorated in raised gilt with roses and butterflies, the border with leafy scrolls, dog tooth rim, 26.5cm diam, S H, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red £50 - £70

137 A Lynton circular plate, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, Haddon Hall, cobalt blue border applied in gilt with acanthus scrolls, from a series of twenty-five plates, commissioned by Nash Interiors, 21.5cm diam, printed mark £60 - £100 138 A Lynton circular plate, painted by Stephan Nowaki, signed, Kedleston Hall, cobalt blue border applied in gilt with acanthus scrolls, from a series of twenty-five plates, commissioned by Nash Interiors, 21.5cm diam, printed mark £60 - £100 140 A pair of Royal Crown Derby Olde Avesbury Castleton candlesticks, printed in brown with fanciful birds, picked out in yellow, red and green, 26cm hgih, printed mark £150 - £200

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130 A Sampson Hancock watering can, painted with ribbon tied rose swags and foliage, gilt line borders, 9.5cm high, S H, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red £60 - £100 131 A Sampson Hancock teacup and saucer, painted with band of summer flowers and Regency scrolls in gilt, S H, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red £60 - £100 133 A pair of Derby Crown Porcelain ovoid vases, applied in gilt with large flowerheads on a yellow ground, bulbous neck in relief, 21cm high, printed mark, c.1890 £60 - £100

134 A Derby Crown Porcelain Company circular plate, painted with wild flowers in gilt and pink, monogrammed, feathered and line border, 20.5cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1890, retailed by Osler, London; a Davenport fluted plate, the field painted with Near Criccieth, turquoise border with gilt floral sprays, 21cm diam, impressed mark, c.1870; a Graingers Worcester circular plate, painted with butterfly and flowers on a turquoise ground, gilt dentil rim, 23.5cm diam, printed mark, c.1870 (3) £80 - £120

141 141 A pair of Royal Crown two-handled slender baluster vases, painted with colourful summer flowers within beaded scroll cartouche, on a yellow ground, scroll handles, spreading circular bases, printed mark, date code for 1906 £100 - £150

135 A Derby Crown Porcelain Company Imari cabaret set, comprising lobed teapot and cover, two-handled sucrier and cover, milk jug, four teacups and saucers, twohandled tray, 45cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1889, 1888, 1891 £150 - £250 For more images please visit

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150 A Royal Crown Derby oval brooch, painted by Cuthbert Gresley, signed, with a peacock perched on blossoming branches, silver coloured metal mount, 5.5cm high £100 - £150

142 A pair of Royal Derby Crown figures of Mansion House Dwarves, from engravings by Jacques Callot, both richly attired in 17th century costume, one in a pointed mottled purple hat, fancy waistcoat and grey shorts, the other conforming, upturned brim, 17cm high, printed marks £200 - £300 144 A Royal Crown Derby Chatsworth Vase ewer, printed with West Front and Cascade House within gilt line cartouches on a cobalt blue ground, scroll handle in relief with flower and foliage, quatrefoil base, 25.5cm high, printed mark, limited edition 85/250 £60 - £100 145 A Royal Crown Derby coffee can and saucer, painted by W.E.J. Dean, in sepia with landscape and ruins, bordered in gilt on a yellow ground, gadrooned rim, printed mark in green £50 - £80 146 A Royal Crown Derby figure, Beau Brummell, standing in fancy dress, 19cm high, printed mark £50 - £80 147 A Royal Crown Derby Imari oval meat plate, decorated with chrysanthemums and scrolling foliage, 43.5cm, printed mark, pattern 198 £60 - £100

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149 A Royal Crown Derby mug, Foot Ball, printed and painted after Robert Cruickshank, with military gentleman in a tackle, the verso with emblem of the England team, 13cm high, printed mark £40 - £60 For more images please visit

151 A Royal Crown Derby ovoid vase, painted with fanciful bird in flight, turquoise neck, with gilt flowerheads, 11.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1905 £60 - £100 21

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152 A Royal Crown Derby ovoid vase, printed and painted with figures walking along a country path, coloured in tones of blue, outlined in black, within C-scroll cartouche, the ground with ribbon tied ivy and flowerheads, gilt line borders, 15.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1914 £60 - £100

158 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted by W.E.J. Dean, signed, with tug and sailing boat, within gilt cartouche, the sides printed with floral swags, Cscroll and trellis, 21cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1923 £180 - £220 159 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted by W.E.J. Dean, signed, with Millers Dale, gilt line border, 15.5cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1937 £80 - £120

160 A Royal Crown Derby shaped oval plate, painted with four colourful sprays, the rim with four conforming reserves on a cobalt blue ground, gilt leafy C-scrolls, 28cm wide, printed mark, date code 1901 £100 - £150

161 A Royal Crown Derby slender ogee shaped pedestal two-handled vase, painted by P Bennett, signed with roses, tulips and other colourful summer flowers, the base with band of gilt roundels, castellated rim, 14cm high, printed mark, date code for 1904 £100 - £150

162 A Royal Crown Derby teacup, saucer and side plate, painted by Cuthbert Gresley, signed, with colourful summer flowers, within apple green, gadrooned rims, printed marks, date code for 1937 £120 - £180

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154 A Royal Crown Derby pedestal ovoid two-handled vase, signed, with colourful summer flowers, within gilt beaded cartouche, on a cobalt blue ground, gilt leafy handles, the neck in relief with harebells, 15.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1947 £120 - £180 155 A Royal Crown Derby plate, painted by Albert Gregory, signed, with colourful spray, the gilt beaded border with gilt foliate swags and roses, apple green rim, gilt line rim, 23cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1921 £80 - £120 156 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted by Cuthbert Gresley, signed, with mountainous river landscape, within gilt cartouche, within gilt harebell swags, blue banded border, with gilt flowers, in relief with acorn and leaves, 23cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1913 £100 - £150

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157 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted by W.E.J. Dean, signed, with moored sailing ships, within gilt cartouche, the sides printed with floral swags, Cscroll and trellis, 21cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1923 £180 - £220 For more images please visit

163 A Royal Crown Derby two-handled campana shaped vase, decorated with blue ribbon panels, each with two roses, gilt borders, cobalt blue rim and banded foot, 11.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1901£100 - £150 22

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167 A Royal Crown Derby waisted hexagonal vase, painted with a beaded gilt cartouche with colourful summer flowers on a cobalt blue ground, gilt line borders, bun feet, 11cm high, printed mark £60 - £100

171 An English porcelain, possibly Royal Crown Derby, shaped circular plate, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with Dutch galleon in choppy seas, deep lemon border applied in gilt with scrolling foliage, 21cm diam, printed script, limited edition 5/25 £50 - £70 172 A Royal Crown Derby comport, printed with birds and flowers, with provenance letters from Royal Crown Derby £300 - £500

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173 A pair of Royal Crown Derby shaped circular wavy edge plates, painted by W.E.J. Dean, signed, castle and church from the river, the border printed with scrolling foliage, 22cm diam, printed mark in red £200 - £300

164 A Royal Crown Derby two-handled navette shaped dish, painted with spray of colourful flowers the apple green border with four arched reserves with roundel and rose arch, gilt gadrooned rim, 27cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1907, retailed by Osler, London £80 - £120

174 A Royal Crown Derby two-handled vase, painted by W.E.J. Dean, in tones of blue with sailing ships on calm waters, the neck in relief with floral tendrils, leafy handles, 27cm high, printed mark, date code for 1897 £40 - £60

165 A Royal Crown Derby two-handled ovoid pedestal vase, painted by Cuthbert Gresley, signed, with beaded gilt cartouche containing colourful summer flowers, the ground with vertical lines in cobalt blue and gilt, with harebell tendrils, domed cover, spire finial, 21.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1907 £150 - £200

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180 An Abbeydale The Churchill Vase, decorated with alternating cobalt blue and white bands and inscribed in gilt, lion mask handles, tall panelled cover, 30cm high, printed mark, retail mark for T Goode and Co Ltd, Limited Edition 145/250 £300 - £500

166 A Royal Crown Derby two-handled pedestal vase, painted by Charles Harris, signed, painted with fanciful birds within rose swag and gilt C-scrolls, on a cobalt blue ground, gilt foliate handles, fluted neck, quatrefoil base, domed cover, 22cm high, printed mark, date code for 1898 £400 - £500 For more images please visit

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196 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern tea service, for six, comprising teacups, saucers, side plates, boat shaped teapot and cover, sugar bowl and milk jug, date codes for 1924, 1925, 1927, £150 - £200

181 A pair of Abbeydale Chrysanthemum pattern twohandled shaped square trays, scroll feet, printed marks £100 - £150 182 An Abbeydale Chrysanthemum pattern tea service, for eight, comprising teacups and saucers, printed marks £50 - £80

197 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern tea service, comprising teapot and cover, five teacups, six saucers, milk jug and sugar bowl, printed marks £200 - £300

183 An Abbeydale Chrysanthemum pattern octagonal pattern bowl, mask and leafy feet, 27.5cm diam, printed marks £200 - £300

198 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern coffee service, for six comprising coffee pot and cover, coffee cups and saucers, printed marks £200 - £300

184 An Abbeydale Chrysanthemum pattern tea service, for six, comprising teapot and cover, teacups, saucers, milk jug and sugar bowl, each decorated in the typical palette, teapot 15cm high, printed mark £100 - £150

199 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern boat shaped teapot and cover, sucrier and cover, a wavy edge plate, two sandwich plates, eight side plates, six teacups and saucers, milk jug and slop bowl, printed marks, various date codes £150 - £180

185 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern pedestal ovoid two-handled vase, domed cover, spire finial, acanthus capped scroll handles, spreading circular base, canted square base, 31cm high, printed mark £300 - £400

200 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern two-handled vase and cover, shaped rim, domed cover, button finial, printed mark £100 - £150

187 A set of twelve Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern dinner plates, 27cm diam, printed marks £380 - £420

201 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern pedestal ovoid vase, bulbous neck, 13.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1917 50 - £70

188 A set of ten Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern twohandled soup bowls and stands, 17.5cm wide, printed marks £180 - £220

202 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern octagonal bowl, 23cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1921 £150 - £250

189 A set of ten Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern side plates, 15.5cm diam, printed marks £150 - £180

203 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern coffee service, for eight, comprising coffee pot, milk jug and sugar bowl, coffee pot 23.5cm high, printed mark £200 - £300

190 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Castleton candlesticks, shaped sconces, spreading cylindrical columns, canted square bases, dolphins to angles, 27cm high, printed marks £300 - £400

204 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern coffee service, comprising coffee pot and cover, cream jug and sugar bowl, ten coffee cups and twelve saucers, printed marks in red, date codes for 1927 and 1928; a set of six shaped circular side plates, printed marks, date codes for 1927, 1930, 1931 £180 - £220

191 A set of ten Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern shallow bowls, 15.5cm diam, printed marks £150 - £180 192 A set of ten Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern dessert plates, 21.5cm diam, printed marks £220 - £280

205 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern boat shaped bachelor’s teapot and cover, button finial, 13cm high, printed mark £50 - £80

193 A set of ten Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern crescent plates, 22cm wide, printed marks £250 - £350

206 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern vase, of fluted tapering ovoid form, domed covers, gilt knop finials, 23cm high, printed mark, date code for 1920 £120 - £180

194 A set of pair of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern two-handled oval tureens and covers, button finials, 32.5cm diam, printed marks £120 - £180

207 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Castleton candlesticks, shaped sconces, spreading cylindrical columns, canted square bases, dolphins to angles, 27cm high, printed marks £400 - £500

195 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern tea service, for twelve, comprising teacups, saucers, sides plates, bread and butter plate, milk jug and sugar bowl, printed marks, date code for 1905 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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Royal Crown Derby Miniatures

208 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Castleton candlesticks, shaped sconces, spreading cylindrical columns, canted square bases, dolphins to angles, 27cm high, printed marks £300 - £400

215 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy saucepan and cover, 7.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1937 £60 - £80

209 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern oval serving plate, 34.5cm wide, printed mark; a similar oval bowl, 25.5cm wide, printed mark (2) £80 - £120

216 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy coal scuttle, 5.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1927 £50 - £70

210 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern gravy boat and stand, 21cm wide, printed marks; two sets of of salt and pepper pots, 10cm high, printed marks £150 - £180

217 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy helmet shaped coal scuttle, 6.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1947 £60 - £80

211 An associated pair of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern globular vases, knopped flared cylindrical necks, wavy rims, 9.75cm high, printed mark, date code for 1906 and 1903 £60 - £100

218 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy boat shaped teapot and cover, 4cm high, printed mark, date code for 1937 £60 - £80

212 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern shaped oval comport, pierced acorn handles, quatrefoil conforming base, 27.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1918 £200 - £250

219 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/ toymilk churn and cover, 6.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1937 £100 - £150

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Royal Crown Derby Paperweights

220 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy quatrefoil shaped basket, 7.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1937 £80 - £120 221 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy trefoil hors d’oeuvre dish, 6.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1937 £80 - £120

240 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Ginger Tom, unmarked £150 - £200

222 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy iron on stand, 7cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1913 £200 - £300 223 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy fish creel, 5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1937 £80 - £120 224 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy milk pitcher, 5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1937 £40 - £60 225 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern three-piece cruet set, comprising salt and pepper pot and mustard and cover, pots 5.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1937 £40 - £60 226 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern panelled tapered cylindrical vase, gadrooned rim, 6.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1920 £50 - £70

241 A pair of Royal Crown Derby paperweights, Royal Cats, Pearly King and Pearly Queen, printed marks £100 - £150

242 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Golden Jubilee Black Swan, commissioned by Royal Doulton To Celebrate the Golden Jubilee of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, limited edition 766/2002, certificate, boxed £80 - £120 243 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Woodland Pheasant, printed mark, gold stopper, boxed £40 - £60

244 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclair Exclusive, Derbyshire Duckling, printed mark, gold stopper, boxed, certificate £40 - £60 245 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclair Exclusive, Bakewell Duckling, printed mark, gold stopper, boxed, certificate £40 - £60

227 A Royal Crown Derby miniature mug, printed and painted with spray of colourful flowers, gilt line rims, 4cm high, printed marks, date code for 1907; a Royal Crown Derby wash jug and bowl, decorated with scattered rose sprigs, gilt line rims, 4.5cm diam, printed marks, date code for 1907; a similar Imari tyg, 4cm high, printed mark, date code for 1904; etc (4) £60 - £100

246 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Partridge, printed mark, gold stopper, boxed, certificate, limited edition 2,693/4,500 £40 - £60 247 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Sinclair Exclusive, Bakewell Duckling, printed mark, gold stopper, boxed, certificate £40 - £60

228 A Royal Crown Derby 2649 pattern miniature/toy mug, 4cm high, printed mark, date code for 1906£40 - £60 230 A Royal Crown Derby oval brooch, painted by Cuthbert Gresley, signed, with peacock and flowers, 4.5cm x 3cm, gold coloured metal mount £40 - £60

249 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Siamese Cat, printed mark, gold stopper; others, Kitten; Cat Nip Kitten; (3) £70 - £80

231 A Royal Crown Derby oval brooch, painted by G. W. Darlington, signed, with fanciful bird in flight, 3cm x 4cm, gilt metal mount £60 - £100

250 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Barn Owl, printed mark, gold stopper; another, Little Owl (2) £50 - £80

232 A Royal Crown Derby oval brooch, painted by G. W. Darlington, signed with initials, with fanciful bird, 3cm x 4cm, gilt metal mount with chain link border £60 - £100

251 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Elephant, small, printed mark, gold stopper £60 - £80

233 A Royal Crown Derby oval brooch, painted by W.E. Mosley, signed, with fruit in a comport, signed to verso, 3.25cm x 4.5cm, gold coloured metal mount £150 - £200

252 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Marmaduke gold stopper, printed mark, no. 2,279/2,500 £50 - £80

253 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Song Thrush, printed mark, gold stopper £40 - £60

234 A Royal Crown Derby oval brooch, painted by George Jessop, signed with initials, with roses, forget-me-nots and foliage, 3.25cm x 4.cm, 9ct gold mount £60 - £100

254 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Cottage Garden Kitten, printed mark, gold stopper; another, Sleeping Kitten (2) £40 - £60

235 A Royal Crown Derby oval brooch, encrusted with roses and forget-me-nots, 3cm x 4.5cm, silver back and mount £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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Worcester

260 A Royal Worcester Cormorant pattern coffee cup, printed in underglaze blue, cell border, workman’s mark, c.1770; another; others, various (8) £120 - £180

268 A Worcester Rock Strata Island pattern globular teapot and cover, painted in blue with pine tree, sampans, and buildings, hatched border, flower finial, 15.5cm high, open crescent mark, c.1765-70 McShane Stephens Label £200 - £300

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261 A Worcester Three Flower pattern oval dish, in relief with C-scroll cartouches. cell and scroll border, 12.5cm wide, hatched crescent mark £100 - £150 262 A Worcester Queen Floral pattern tea bowl, coffee cup and saucer, decorated in underglaze blue with panels of stylised flowers, c.1770 £200 - £300

263 A Worcester Quail pattern tea bowl, coffee cup and saucer, decorated in underglaze blue with quail and foliage, crowsfoot border, crescent mark, c.1770 £300 - £400 264 A Worcester Inverted Floral pattern globular teapot and cover, in relief with feathered mouldings, domed cover, acorn finial, 16.5cm high, workman’s mark, c.1700 £200 - £300

265 A Worcester circular plaque, mounted on a silver napkin ring, painted by Jas Stinton, signed with mallard in flight, the plaque 3.75cm diam, Birmingham 1928; another, Pheasant, cased £70 - £100

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269 A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase and cover, painted by Hawkins, with ripe apples and blueberries, within a gilt acanthus scroll cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with gilt foliate sprigs, acanthus wrapped scroll handles, with mask terminals, the neck in relief with scrolls, everted rim, domes cover, spire finial, fluted spreading circular base, canted square platform, 28cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1901, shape no.1572 £600 - £1,000

266 A Worcester circular plaque, mounted on a silver napkin ring, painted by J Staines, signed with King Charles Spaniel, the plaque 3.75cm diam, Birmingham 1928; another, Terrier, cased £70 - £100

267 A Worcester Chinese Family pattern punch bowl, decorated with oriental figures, monkey in a blossoming prunus tree and stand, in colours, the interior with crowsfoot border, 22.5cm diam, c.1765 £300 - £400

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271 A Royal Worcester two-handled basket, printed and painted with floral sprigs, gilt handles, 12cm wide, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1904, G141 £40 - £50 272 A Royal Worcester string box cockerel, naturalistically modelled and coloured, inscribed to the back Quand ce coq chantera mon amitie finira’ (when this cockerel sings my friendship will end), 17.5cm long, printed orange mark, shape no. 2400, date code for 1906 £50 - £80 273 A Royal Worcester saucer shaped pot pourri vase, domed reticulated with Gothic tracery, moulded fruiting vine borders, picked out in tones of green and gilt on a blush ground, lion paw feet, shaped triform plinth, 18.5cm diam, model no. 846, printed crown and circle mark in green, date code for 1905 £180 - £220

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274 A Royal Worcester ovoid vase, painted by Freeman, with ripe peaches, grapes and foliage on a mossy bank, leafy loop handles, the necks pierced and applied with ribbon tied swags, picked out in gilt, 22cm high, printed crown and circle mark in black, shape no.1428 £500 - £700

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275 A Royal Worcester ovoid vase, printed with roses and foliage on an ivory ground, scrolling dragon handles, 29cm high, printed mark, date code for 1884 £70 - £100

270 A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase and cover, painted by Hawkins, signed, with ripe fruit in a basket, wine glass and vase of flowers, within a canted gilt cartouche, on a cobalt blue ground, acanthus wrapped handles, domed fluted cover, spire finial, 39cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1916, shape no.2334 £400 - £600

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276 A Royal Worcester miniature cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Ricketts, with ripe pears and cherries, the saucer with apples and blackberries, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1917 £60 - £100

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281 A pair of Chamberlain Worcester tapering cylindrical beakers, decorated in monochrome with classical figures, within canted gilt cartouches, on yellow grounds, 11.5cm high, c.1760 £200 - £300

Continental 289 A Vienna triangular custard cup and cover, painted with scattered flowers, the base with stiff leaves picked out in puce, scroll finial, scroll handle, gadrooned rim, 7.5cm wide, shield mark, c.1770 £200 - £300

290 A pair of French Faience parrots, brightly decorated in yellow, blue and green, 23cm high, late 19th century £40 - £60

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277 A Royal Worcester Jersey cow, modelled by Doris Lindner, naturalistically coloured, 17cm high, printed mark, limited edition 147/500, certificate £100 - £150

291 A pair of French bisque figures, of a courting couple, in fanciful dress, exchanging love notes by carrier pigeon, beaded oval bases, 36cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

278 A Royal Worcester globular jug, with tall flared neck, loop handle, printed and painted with scrolling flowers on a blush ivory ground, picked out in gilt, 18cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1898 £50 - £70

292 A French risque figure, of a lady, wearing a fanciful dress, one leg on a stool, with her dress above her knee, her bustle hinged to reveal a naked bottom, oval base, 19cm high, c.1910 £60 - £100

279 A Royal Worcester Bamboo jardinière, in relief with bamboo and foliage, coloured in brown, picked out in gilt, 19cm diam, printed crown and circle mark £50 - £80

293 A French Buddha, seated with an oversize bowl, wearing flowing floral robes, 23cm high £200 - £300

280 A Royal Worcester candlesnuffer, Witch, with pointed hat, red cape and broom, 10cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1914, model no.2543 £60 - £80

294 An 18th century Vienna eye bath, decorated with chantilly sprigs, gilt scrolling foliage band, gilt dentil border, 4cm high, shield mark, c.1770 £400 - £600

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295 A Vienna tete a tete, comprising ovoid teapot and cover, milk jug and two ogee shaped teacups and saucers, each painted with rose trellis, gilt borders, apple finial, the cups with entwined handles, teapot 10cm high, shield mark, c.1770 £400 - £600

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296 A 20th century Dutch plaque, painted in tones of blue, with a boy and girl relaxing on the beach grasses, oval, 33cm x 43cm, signed, N..Artz £60 - £100

302 A set of six 19th century Delft tiles, each decorated in underglaze blue with figures, 13cm high £40 - £60

297 A Continental, possibly Austrian, figure, of an Egyptian standing in robes before a temple ruin, 64cm high, c.1900 £120 - £180

303 A pair of Sitzendorf wall shelves, the C-scroll shaped bases encrusted with colourful flowers and scantily draped cherubs with garlands, in pastel tones, picked out in gilt, 23cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

298 A KPM circular panel, after After Raphael, Madonna della Sedia, in colours, 14.5cm diam, framed £100 - £120

304 A Cantigalli shaped circular plate, painted in underglaze blue with 18th century gentleman in conversation, 13.5cm diam, cockerel mark; another, with lemon and foliage (2) £40 - £60

299 A pair of German figures, of a couple, both in fanciful dress, with flowers in their hats, rocky bases, 40cm high, late 19th century £120 - £180

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300 An 18th century Dutch Delft circular plate, decorated in underglaze blue with song bird, berries and foliage, the rim with eight conforming panels, 30.5cm diam, c.1780 £60 - £100 301 A Sevres bell shaped ice cup, decorated in gilt with band of scrolling foliage, scroll handle, spreading circular base, 6cm high; a continental stem cup, decorated with a band of gilt foliage, gilt line borders, 6cm high (2) £50 - £80

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305 A Cantigalli ‘maiolica’ double gourd, decorated with stylised flowers and scrolls, the neck with entwined snake, 16m high, cockerel mark, c.1880 £40 - £60

308 A Meissen figure, Allegorical of Winter, modelled as a naked bearded male figure with fur lined puce robe, warming himself by a fire on a baluster pedestal, 19cm high, crossed swords in underlgaze blue, pressnummer 46, incised no 2731 £500 - £800

306 A 19th century Meissen scent bottle, painted in puce with courting couple within a gilt cartouche, on a lemon ground fluted neck and base, picked out in gilt, 6.5cm high, c.1850 £100 - £150

309 A Meissen figure, The Gardener, painted in coloured glazes, leaning on his spade with watering can, circular base, picked out in gilt, 19.5cm high, blue crossed swords mark, incised number 69, c.1880 £100 - £150

307 A Meissen figure group, Lovers, modelled as a gentleman and companion, he standing, a basket of flowers in his left hand, his right hand pressing a posy to the nose of his companion, she seated, with an opened birdcage on her knee and a dove perched on her left hand, on a naturalistic base, 19cm high, crossed swords in underglaze blue, pressnummer 52, incised G22, late 19th century £1,000 - £1,500 For more images please visit

310 A Continental shaped oval inkwell and stand, the quatrefoil well with hinged cover, shaped oval base, decorated with bands of scrolling lilac flowers, foliage, gilt lines and stars, gilt dentil border, 17cm wide, 19th century £60 - £100 31

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Oriental

319 A Chinese tapering cylindrical vase, decorated with a circular cartouche with bat, kit, peonies and other foliage, the famille rose ground with scrolling flowers and foliage, flared neck, 38cm high, early 20th century £50 - £80 320 A pair of late 19th century Chinese shaped circular plates, painted in colours and gilt with shi-shi and peony, 21cm diam, six character marks £60 - £100

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322 A 19th century Chinese moon flask, circular cartouches to front and verso containing dragons, flowers and foliage, on a yellow ground, bordered in turquoise and decorated with scrolling foliage in pink, blue, yellow and green, dragons to shoulders, 26cm high £150 - £200

323 A 19th century Chinese underglaze-blue klapmut bowl, everted rim, decorated with panels of oriental figures and attendants, the interior with boys playing, geometric borders, 20cm diam, Kangxi six character mark, hardwood stand £100 - £150

324 A 19th century ormolu mounted Chinese baluster lamp, decorated in the famille rose palette with figures and attendants, bordered with trellis, the mounts pierced and with stiff leaves, 50cm high, late 19th century £40 - £60

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321 A 19th century Chinese Famille Rose beaker vase , with shaped panels, containing fanciful birds, peonies and trees, the verso with fowl and blossoming branches, the flared neck with two rectangular panels with mandarin duck and song bird, pink ground with scrolling foliage, 37cm high, 19th century £400 - £600

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325 A Chinese Export Batavian ware tea bowl and saucer, the interior decorated in underglaze blue with flowers and scrolls, the exterior with cafe au lait glaze, character mark, c.1750; others, various £40 - £60

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326 A Chinese baluster vase, decorated in underglaze blue with four clawed scrolling dragons, flowers and scrolls, 13cm high, wooden plinth £50 - £70 327 A Chinese blanc de chine figure, Guanyin, modelled in typical pose as a robed figure standing, two lotus branches in her left hand, the waisted base applied with lotus, 41cm high, 20th century £80 - £120 328 A Chinese blanc de chine model, of a monkey official, seated, dressed in long robes, 15cm high, hardwood stand £60 - £100 329 A Chinese blue and white baluster vase, decorated in underglaze blue with a continuous landscape with fishermen, trees foliage and rock work, the neck with castellated, key fret and scroll bands, 42.5cm high, Kangxi 1662-1722 £2,000 - £3,000 330 A Chinese blue and white bowl, painted with figures and ox, 15.5cm diam, late 19th century £40 - £60

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338 A Chinese Export blue and white three footed dish, the field painted with pine trees, rocks and pergola, banded fretwork border, three scroll feet, 22.5cm diam £40 - £60

339 A Chinese Export ginger jar, inner cover, cover and stand, decorated in underglaze blue with peonies and foliage, 37cm high, early 20th century £100 - £150

340 A Chinese Export Imari cylindrical mug, decorated with with peonies, flowers and scrolls, ribbed base, scroll handle, 13.5cm high, early 19th century £80 - £120 341 A Chinese Export saucer, decorated in polychrome with birds, willow tree and fence, 14cm diam; others, various (6) £50 - £80

342 A Chinese Famille Rose cylindrical mug, decorated with oriental figures and children within shaped reserves, hatches ground, cell border, divided handles with leaf pad terminals, 10cm high, c.1770 £40 - £60

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331 A Chinese Export blue and white hexagonal garden seat, the top and sides pierced with coin motifs, the body moulded with studs, painted with scrolling foliage, 47.5cm high, 19th century £600 - £900

333 A Chinese double gourd vase, decorated overall with blossoming prunus on a cobalt blue ground, 58.5cm high, unmarked, late 19th century £200 - £300

334 A Chinese Export blue and white circular plate, decorated with pagoda, pine trees and rockwork, the border with peonies and willow branches, 22.5cm diam, late 18th/early 19th century £40 - £60

335 A Chinese Export blue and white octagonal dish, painted with alternating figures and vases of foliage, 13cm wide, four character mark; others, various (6) £50 - £70

336 A Chinese Export blue and white oval plate, the field with blossoming branches, rockwork and foliage, the border with stylised flowers, 28.5cm wide, late 18th/early 19th century; another, later, with sampan, bridge and pagoda, 21cm wide (2) £50 - £80

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337 A Chinese Export blue and white shaped circular dish, the field painted with rockwork, flowers and foliage, the border with alternating panels of stylised flowers, birds and foliage, floral border, 15.5cm diam, four character mark; others (3) £50 - £80 For more images please visit

343 A Chinese Famille Rose model of a cockerel, the plumage in green, blue, yellow and blue, picked out in white, pierced rustic brown stump bases, impressed Chinese character marks and China, 38cm high, 20th century £60 - £100 34

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344 A Chinese Famille Rose saucer, painted with peony, fanciful birds and foliage, 12cm diam, early 19th century; others, various (4) £40 - £60

345 A Chinese Famille Verte bowl, decorated in the typical palette with shaped panels of Oriental figures, flowers and song birds, 26cm diam, c.1880 £60 - £100

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346 A Chinese globular flambe vase, flared everted neck, streaked in red, 30cm high, 19th/20th century £500 - £800

347 A Chinese lobed circular bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with binji with fan and boy, scroll and diaper border, late 18th century; a Persian ovoid vase, onion neck, decorated in tones of blue with stags and foliage, 19cm high (2) £50 - £70

348 A Chinese Nephrite two-handled baluster vase and cover, the cover with loose ring grotesque mask handles, the base with scroll feet, 25cm high £40 - £60

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351 A Chinese partial celadon and buff stoneware figure, Bodhisattva, seated wearing formal robes and crown, 22.5cm high, Ming 1368 - 1644

349 A Chinese ovoid jar and cover, decorated in underglaze blue with oriental figures, pine tree and rockwork, pierced hardwood cover and stand, 14.5cm high, 19th century £150 - £200

In Buddhist thought, a bodhisattva is a person, a being who is dedicated to attaining Enlightenment. Bodhisattva literally means enlightenment (‘bodhi’) being (‘sattva’)” in Sanskrit ; it also refers to the Buddha himself in his previous lives and in his life prior to his Awakening” £300 - £500

350 A Chinese ovoid vase, tube lined in white with mons, flowers and scrolls, in turquoise on purple ground, 30cm high, four character mark (faults) £40 - £60 For more images please visit

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354 A Chinese tapering cylindrical vase, decorated with a circular cartouche with bat, kit, peonies and other foliage, the famille rose ground with scrolling flowers and foliage, flared neck, 38cm high, early 20th century £50 - £80 355 A large Chinese blue and white charger, decorated with shaped panels with pine tree, mountains, rockwork, mythical beast, song bird and flowers, banded border with flowers and scrolls, 32cm diam, late 19th century £100 - £150

356 Two Chinese Imari circular saucers, with pagoda, trees and foliage, 13.5cm diam; another, Batavian; a ogee shaped bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised foliage, 10cm diam; etc (7) £40 - £60 357 The Binh Thuan Shipwreck - a Chinese blue and white circular bowl, in underglaze blue with stylised flowers, 20cm high, early 17th century £100 - £150

358 Nanking Cargo - a Chinese Batavian bowl and saucer, the interior decorated in underglaze blue with peony, bamboo and rockwork, the exterior with cafe au lait, 8.5cm diam, c.1752 £40 - £60

359 An 18th/19th century Chinese Famille Verte gilt metal mounted baluster vase, painted with warriors on horseback, standard bearers, trees and foliage, domed cover, bud finial, the stand with four elephant head feet, 70cm high, 19th century £2,000 - £3,000 360 An 18th/19th century Chinese blue and white Meiping vase, painted with numerous figures, plying their trade, diaper and floral cartouche border, 27cm high £60 - £120

361 An 18th century Chinese Export ovoid vase, decorated in underglaze blue with figures, some with fans, trees and foliage, the rim with stiff leaves, 28cm high £50 - £80

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352 A Chinese partial celadon and buff stoneware figure, Lao-Tzu, seated wearing formal robes, with mythical beast at his feet, 24cm high, Ming 1368 - 1644

362 A set of six Chinese rice bowls and spoons, painted in underglaze blue with oriental figure and attendant, tramline border, 11cm diam; etc £50 - £80

Lao-Tzu was a philosopher of ancient China and an important figure in Taoism (also called Daoism). Laozi literally means Old Master” and is generally considered an honorific. According to Chinese tradition Chinese Ceramics,The New Standard Guide,Thames and Hudson, page 247 £500 - £800

363 A large Chinese ovoid floor vase, decorated in underglaze blue with roundels and reserves with carp, fanciful birds, stylised flowers and foliage, 80cm high, early 20th century £180 - £220 364 A pair Chinese Export circular plates, painted with jardinière and flowers, the rim with chrysanthemums and floral scrolls, 28cm diam; another, smaller, 27cm diam, late 18th century £60 - £100

353 A Chinese shaped circular dish, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised scrolls, diaper border, over painted with roses and foliage, 12.5cm diam, late 19th century £40 - £60

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365 365 A pair of 18th century Chinese green glazed baluster vases, everted neck, elephant handles, 29cm high, unmarked £2,000 - £3,000

368 A pair of Chinese Famille Verte bottle vases, decorated in the typical palette with reserves of oriental figures, the ground with precious objects and flowers, the neck in relief with gilt salamander, 45cm high, c.1880 £600 - £1,000 369 A pair of Chinese flambe ovoid vases, streaked in red and lavender, 22.5cm high, 19th/20th century £500 - £800

366 A pair of 19th century Chinese baluster vases, decorated in underglaze blue with scrolling foliage and song bird, 13.5cm high, four character mark £60 - £100

370 A pair of Chinese hexagonal Famille Rose vases, painted with fanciful birds, song birds, cockerel, butterflies, peonies, flowers and foliage within dragon, spotted toad and mystical beast borders, the famille rose grounds with stylised flowers and scrolls, shi-shi handles to neck, 44cm late 19th century £1,500 - £2,000

367 A pair of Chinese blue and white circular plates, the field painted with stylised flowers within floral cartouche, the border with alternating flowerheads, 17.5cm diam; etc (4) £50 - £80

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371 A pair of ‘Chinese’ Sampson slender baluster vases and covers, painted with alternating panels of geisha with fan and flowering jardinières, the necks with deep bands with cartouches containing butterflies, cell grounds, domed covers Dog of Fo finials, 33cm high, c.1880 £400 - £600 372 A pair of large Cantonese Famille Verte baluster vases and covers, decorated with panels of oriental figures and attendants, the ground with butterflies, flowers and foliage, domed covers, gilt bud finials, 66cm high, c.1880 £3,000 - £5,000

375 A Japanese papier mâché Noh mask, naturalistically painted, set with eyes and applied with hair, 25cm, Meiji period £150 - £200

376 A Japanese Imari circular charger, the field painted with jardinière, flowers and foliage, the deep border with swans, stylised leaves and foliage, 45cm diam, Meiji period £60 - £100

377 A Japanese Arita panelled flared cylindrical vase, decorated in underglaze blue with figures in garden setting, alternating panel border, 40.5cm high, hardwood stand £200 - £300

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378 A Japanese satsuma reticulated ovoid vase, with two shaped cartouches, each containing fanciful birds and colourful flowers, half girdle, neck, shoulders and foot rim conforming, 16cm high, two character mark and mons £600 - £1,000

380 A Japanese satsuma cylindrical trinket pot and cover, decorated with warrior within oval cartouche and scrolling foliage, the interior with stork, 7cm diam, Meiji period £50 - £80

381 A Japanese Imari charger, painted with Geisha and attendant by the water’s edge, within shaped reserve, 37cm diam, Meiji period; another, with panels of stylised foliage and scrolls, 37cm diam, Meiji period (2) £60 - £100

379 A Japanese Imari fluted ovoid ginger jar and cover, decorated in the typical palette with stylised flowers and foliage within trellis reserves, 20.5cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100

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Glass

389 A 20th century clear glass punch set,comprising twelve cups, tray and ovoid punch pot and label, cut with vertical bands, faceted knop, punch pot 34cm high £300 - £400

395 A set of six late 20th century Baccarat wine glasses, ovoid bowl, with vertical mitre cuts, slender waisted ribbed stem, integral swept foot, 15cm high, acid mark £50 - £70

396 A large 20th century green glass three-light table lustre, faceted ovoid knop, three angular arms, dished drip pans, with alternating droppers, hobnail and knopped column, spreading circular star cut base, 62cm high £60 - £100

397 A pair of cordial glasses, bucket shaped bowls, etched with vine, knopped cotton twist stems, spreading circular bases, 13.5cm high £200 - £300 398 A pair of late Victorian novelty clear glass decanters or ‘Gin Pigs’ , 26cm long £100 - £150 399 A pair of Victorian green glass and white overlaid lustres, applied in gilt with scrolls, clear glass droplets, 35cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100

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390 A 19th century clear sweetmeat glass, rounded bowl with everted rim, ‘silesian’ stem with reeded collar, domed folded foot, 27cm high £80 - £120

391 A Bohemian amber glass sweetmeat dish, each flute engraved with flowers, birds, buildings and musical trophies, knopped stem, spreading circular base, 15.5cm diam, c.1870 £50 - £70 392 An 18th century wine glass, with bucket shaped bowl, double knopped air twist stem, spreading circular folded foot, 18.5cm high, c.1790 £60 - £100

393 A George III style wine glass, bell shaped bowls, knopped air twist stem, 19.5cm high; others, various; etc (10) £100 - £150 394 A Victorian Cranberry glass lustre, shaped rim with alternating prismatic and bead pendants, faceted and knopped stem, domed base, outlined in gilt, 28cm high, c.1870 £60 - £80 For more images please visit

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400 A Schneider Art Glass vase, of flared cylindrical form, knopped step, spreading circular base, in mottled yellow, purple and orange 39cm high, engraved France, c.1930 £150 - £200 401 A Lalique frosted and clear glass pin dish, surmounted with two love birds, 9cm diam, incised mark £50 - £70 402 A Lalique Coquilles clear and opalescent glass bowl, moulded with shells, 24cm diam, wheel etched mark, ‘R.Lalique, France £80 - £120 404 A Daum Nancy clear glass ice bucket, in relief with waves border, E.P.N.S. angular swing handle, 11cm high, etched mark; a hobnail and printie cut sweetmeat glass, faceted column, spreading circular star cut base, 20.5cm high (2) £50 - £80 405 A John Ditchfild iridescent glass paperweight, as a lily-pad applied with a silver frog, in tones of purple and green, 10cm diam; another, similar, as a toadstool, 8.5cm high (2) £100 - £150

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406 A Norman Stuart Clarke iridescent studio glass globular vase, in tones of blue and green, signed and dated '81, 18cm high £60 - £100

Decorative Ceramics

412 A large Royal Copenhagen figure group, Wave and Rock, the athletic man, seated on a wave swept rock, with his hands tied kisses a naked female, 47cm high, printed mark, model no.1132 £400 - £600 413 A Royal Copenhagen model, Falcon, naturalistically modelled, perched on a fruiting oak branch, 40cm high, model no.1661 £300 - £400 414 A Linthorpe type bowl, with three spur feet, in a mottled blue and yellow glaze, 11.5cm diam, indistinct impressed mark £40 - £60 For more images please visit

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418 A Charlotte Rhead Bursley Ware charger, tube lined with large flowers stems and foliage, coloured in tones of blue and purple, blue dash border, 30cm diam, printed mark, pattern TL43 £50 - £80 419 A Clement Massier baluster vase, in a metallic glaze, with leaves and berries, 10.5cm high, impressed C.M. Juan Golfe J.M £80 - £120 420 A Crown Devon Morning Glory pattern dinner service, for six, comprising two tureens and covers, three graduated serving plates, dinner plates, dessert plates, side plates, bowls and stands, each printed with stylised flowerhead and foliage, printed marks, £60 - £100 421 A Crown Ducal Charlotte Rhead tube lined vase, tube lined with stylised flowers and foliage, in tones of orange, brown outlined in grey, 21cm high, printed mark, signed £40 - £60

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415 A Poole circular charger, designed by Lisa Moorcroft, tube lined with dolphin in tones of grey on a blue lustre ground, 41cm diam, signed, printed mark £200 - £300

422 A Pilkington Royal Lancastrian two-handled ovoid vase, decorated in a mottled turquoise glaze, 19cm high, impressed mark, shape no.3181 £40 - £60 423 A Linthorpe pottery circular plate, designed by Christopher Dresser, in relief with stylised foliage, in tones of ochre and olive, 24cm diam, impressed mark, pattern no.622 £50 - £70 424 A Winchcombe type pottery ovoid jug, incised with lines and scrolls, on a black ground, loop handle, 14.5cm high, seal mark; a similar bowl, quite plain, black glaze 22.5cm diam, seal mark (2) £40 - £60 425 Robertsons Golden Shred - a Wade prototype circular plate, painted by John Evans, with Robertsons Golly and inscribed The Worlds Best Marmalade, Golly Good Jams - Mincemeat, 28.5cm diam, printed mark, 1964 £80 - £120

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416 A Clarice Cliff Secrets pattern comport, painted with river estuary, two red roof cottages, with smoking chimneys and tall tree with green and yellow foliage, banded border in yellow and tones of green, 17.5cm diam, printed mark, c.1935 £150 - £250

426 A Shelley Daffodil Time tea service, for six, comprising teacups, saucers, side plates, milk jug and sugar bowl, each printed with daffodils and trees, yellow handles, printed marks £60 - £100

417 A Carter’s square tile, Sporting Series, designed by Edward Bawden, painted in colours with figure fishing, within mustard banded circular cartouche, 15cm square, impressed Carter, 1951; etc

427 A William De Morgan ruby lustre tile, painted with a fanciful wading bird, 15cm x 15cm; another, fanciful bird and lizard, 15cm x 15cm, late Fulham period, 1891- 1907 (2) £200 - £300

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429 429 A Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre pedestal bowl, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, printed and painted in coloured enamels and picked out in gilt with fairies frolicking, on a mottled cobalt and green lustre ground, gilt lined border, internally decorated with fairies and insects picked out in gilt on a pearl lustre ground with green border, 12cm diam, 6.8cm tall, Portland vase mark in gilt, pattern no. Z4968 £600 - £1,000 430 A Troika tall rectangular lamp base, decorated by Sue Lowe, incised and in relief with figure and geometrical motifs, in tones of blue, brown and cream, 32cm high, painted mark, monogrammed, c.1979 £200 - £300 433

431 A Beswick Huntsman, on a bay, designed by Arthur Gredington, 21cm high, model no 1501, printed mark; seven various foxhounds and a fox (8) £300 - £400

433 A Beswick Walt Disney model, Mickey Mouse, standing holding a book entitled Cheese For The Million, oval base, 11cm high, gold back stamp; another, Minnie Mouse, 10cm high, model no. 1278 £200 - £300

439 A Royal Doulton Lambeth stoneware Toby jug, standing holding a bottle and goblet, wearing a brown lustrous hat and waistcoat, blue jacket, silver mounted rim, 18cm high, impressed marks, London 1933, no.8572 £100 - £150

432 A Beswick Boy on a Palomino Pony, designed by Arthur Gredington, 14cm high, model no.1500; another, Girl on Skewbald Pony, 14cm high, model no.1499 (2) £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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Doulton

448 A Bourne Denby Danesby Ware Hats Off Army peaked cap ashtray, 10cm long; a novelty pipe rest, as an armchair, green glaze, 8cm wide, c.1930 (2) £50 - £70

440 A Doulton Lambeth ovoid vase, decorated by Mark V Marshall, in relief with stylised tendrils and roundels on a mottled olive ground, 12.5cm high, impressed mark £60 - £100

449 A Denby Danesby Ware Electric Blue Elton shape vase, typically decorated in a mottled blue glaze, 25cm high, printed and impressed mark £50 - £80

441 A Doulton Lambeth ovoid vases, designed by Emily E Stormer, incised with stiff leaves, coloured in olive and green, bordered in tan and blue, everted neck, 18cm high, impressed mark, artists initials £50 - £70

442 A Royal Doulton Wrights Soap stoneware dish, modelled with a dragonfly upon a pond, coloured in blue, green and lilac, 15cm wide, impressed Specially Designed And Manufactured By The Royal Doulton Potteries For The Proprietors Of Wrights Coal Tar Soap £50 - £70

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450 A Denby majolica double gourd money box, in the typical mottled blue and brown glaze, acorn finial, 22cm high, c.1930 £150 - £200

443 A Royal Doulton Jill Barklem`s Brambley Hedge model, Mr Toadflax DB10, 7cm high, first version, boxed £200 - £300

451 A Denby pottery Tigo Ware Mustar condiment set, comprising two mustards and a pepper pot, with vertical lines in white on a matt black, the tray 23cm wide, c.1950; a similar mustard and pepper pot (6 parts) £100 - £150

Denby and Langley

445 A Bretby Dickensian lamp, Falstaff, standing before a tree, titled base, 24.5cm high, impressed mark, c.1930 £40 - £60

452 A Langley Ware jardinière, incised with bullfinch and stylised foliage on a ribbed ground, cobalt blue undulating border, 23cm diam, incised mark £40 - £60

446 A Bourne Denby Danesby Marmaduke rabbit, in pastel tones, 15.5cm high, printed mark £40 - £60

453 A Lovatts Langley Ware jardinière, decorated impasto with large white flowers and foliage, on a green ground, the tan neck with flowerheads and triangular motifs on a stippled ground, 22cm diam, incised marks £40 - £60

447 A Bourne Denby Danesby Ware Electric Blue owl jug, loop handle, 15cm high, printed mark £40 - £60 For more images please visit

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454 A pair of Langley Mill Lotus pattern ovoid vases, incised with stylised flowers and foliage in olive, pink and white, on a ribbed blue ground, cobalt blue everted neck, applied with flowers, 30cm high, impressed mark, c.1907 £80 - £120

458 A Moorcroft Hazeldene pattern slender baluster vase, tube lined with trees and a woodland pathway, coloured in tones of mottled green and blue, 31cm high, impressed marks and painted signature, c.1903 - 1913 £300 - £500

455 A pair of Lovatt and Lovatt New Art Ware ovoid vases, decorated in impasto with flowers and foliage on a light green ground, the neck and shoulders in dark green, with Art Nouveau flowers and sinuous lines, 20.5cm high, impressed mark, c.1907 £50 - £70

459 A contemporary Moorcroft Crown Imperial pattern slender baluster vase, designed by Rachel Bishop. tube lined with stylised flowerheads and sinuous lines, in tones of red, green, yellow and blue, 31cm high, impressed mark, limited edition 315/600 £120 - £180

Moorcroft

460 A contemporary Moorcroft Violet pattern ovoid jug, tube lined in the manner of Mackintosh with stylised flowers, coloured in tones of pink, green, purple and yellow on a mottled green blue ground, scroll handle, 7.5cm high, impressed marks, painted initials in green; a compressed ovoid vase, similar, mottled green ground, 7cm high (2) £60 - £100

456 A Moorcroft Leaf and Berries pattern bowl, tube lined with leaves and berries in autumn colours on a mottled green and blue ground, 15.5cm diam, impressed mark, signed in blue £120 - £180

457 A Macintyre Moorcroft slender cylindrical vase, tube lined with ribbon tied rose and forget-me-not swags, coloured in tones of blue, green and red on a white ground, gilt borders, 17.5cm high, printed mark, signed in green £280 - £320

461 A contemporary Moorcroft Queen of the Night pattern compressed ovoid vase, tube lined with large white flowerheads and foliage on a mottled blue ground, 13cm high, impressed marks £120 - £180

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462 A large contemporary Moorcroft two-handled Carp pattern vase, designed by Sally Tuffin, tube lined with fish amongst waves, coloured in tones of green, orange, red and yellow on a sea green ground, 35cm high, painted mark, initialled, 1990 £400 - £600

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463 A contemporary Moorcroft Charles Rennie McIntyre slender vase, tube lined with stylised roses and stylised lines, 21cm high, impressed marks; a similar jug, 24cm high; etc (3) £80 - £120

465 A contemporary Moorcroft double gourd Fire and Water pattern vase, designed by Kerry Goodwin, inspired by the poem Amphisbaena, tube lined with Jurassic-style dragonfly, water dragon, devil fish and foliage, 54cm high, printed and painted mark, signed, limited edition 32/50 £1,200 - £1,800

464 A contemporary Moorcroft Earth Mother ovoid vase, designed by Emma Bassam, tube lined with stylised doves, flowers, foliage and scrolls, coloured in tones of blue, green, orange and red, 42cm high, impressed marks, dated 2006, limited edition 42/75, boxed £500 - £700

466 A contemporary Moorcroft Dragon vase, designed by Kerry Goodwin, tube lined with dragons and scrolls, in tones of purple and blue, 37.5cm high, impressed marks, dated 2006, limited edition 45/100, boxed £350 - £450

467 A contemporary Moorcroft Eventide The Secret flared cylindrical vase, designed by Kerry Goodwin, tube lined with stylised magpies and grapes, in tones of red, purple, green and yellow, 22.5cm high, impressed marks, dated 2010, limited edition 20/150, boxed £250 - £350 468 A contemporary Moorcroft Every Girl Likes a Sailor pattern ginger jar and cover, tube lined with continuous harbour scene with figures holding hands, the cover with compass, 16cm high, impressed and painted limited edition for American market, 115/250 £250 - £300

469 A contemporary Moorcroft Grapes pattern slender ovoid ewer, tube lined with grapes and flowerheads, in colours, 32cm high, printed mark, boxed £200 - £300

470 A contemporary Moorcroft Iris pattern slender spreading cylindrical jug, tube lined with stylised flowerheads, in colours, 23.5cm high, impressed and painted marks, no.2356 £60 - £80 471 A contemporary Moorcroft Melody pattern bottle vase, tube lined with stylised flowerheads and birds, in tones of red, purple, green and yellow, 24.5cm high, impressed marks, dated 2006, boxed £250 - £350

472 A contemporary Moorcroft Millennium charger, designed by Wendy Mason, tubed lined with stylised flowers and foliage, coloured in tones of pink, green and lilac, 35cm diam, impressed marks £300 - £400

473 A contemporary Moorcroft Quiet Waters pattern ovoid vase, designed by Philip Gibson, tube lined with trout, waterfall, reeds and foliage, in colours, printed marks, c.1998 £1,000 - £1,500 474 A contemporary Moorcroft Shephards (sic) Delight pattern ovoid vase, designed by Emma Bassam, tube lined with trees and red sky, 21cm high, impressed marks £200 - £300 475 A contemporary Moorcroft Western Isles pattern ovoid vase, tube lined with stylised trees and seascape, in colours, 24cm high, printed mark, boxed £200 - £300

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476 A Liberty Tudric Moorcroft Poppy pattern cylindrical jar and cover, tube lined with large flowerheads and foliage in red, on a mottled green and blue ground, domed cover, button finial, 12cm high, impressed marks, no.01329 £100 - £150

477 A Moorcroft Clematis pattern plate, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, in red, blue and green on a cobalt blue ground, 22cm diam, printed mark, signed with initials in blue £50 - £70 478 A Moorcroft Clematis pattern powder bowl and cover, tube lined with large flowerheads and foliage, coloured in tones of blue and red, on a cobalt blue ground, button finial, 12.5cm diam, impressed mark £80 - £120 479 A Moorcroft compressed ovoid pattern vase, tube lined with large flowerheads and foliage, coloured in tones of red, purple and green, on a cobalt blue ground, 18cm high, impressed mark, signed in green £300 - £500 480 A Moorcroft globular pot and cover, tube lined with fish and fronds, coloured in mottled tones of blue, yellow and green, domed cover, button finial, 17cm diam, impressed mark, initials in blue, paper label, c.1935 £60 - £100 481 A Moorcroft Leaf and Berries pattern ovoid jug, tube lined with leaves and berries, in autumn colours, on a cobalt blue ground, scroll handle, 12cm high, impressed marks £100 - £150 482 A Moorcroft Magnolia pattern bowl, tube lined with large flowers and foliage , in pink and green, on a cobalt blue ground, 16cm diam, printed mark, signed with initials in blue £60 - £80 483 A Moorcroft Magnolia pattern ginger jar and cover, tube lined with large flowers and foliage , in pink and green, on a cobalt blue ground, 15.5cm high, printed mark, signed with initials in green £50 - £70 484 A Moorcroft Magnolia pattern ginger jar and cover, tube lined with large flowers and foliage , in pink and green, on a cobalt blue ground, 15.5cm high, printed mark, signed with initials in green £50 - £70

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488 490 A Moorcroft Clematis pattern circular bowl, tube lined with flowers, coloured in tones of pink, purple, yellow and green on a mottled blue/green ground, 21cm diam, limited edition, 37/200, impressed marks, painted initials, c.1982 £80 - £120

485 A Moorcroft Orchid pattern baluster vase, tube lined with large flowers and foliage in colours on a mottled blue ground, 14.5cm high, impressed mark, signed with initials in blue, W.M. £150 - £250

486 A Moorcroft Pomegranate baluster vase, tube lined with fruit berries and foliage, in tones of red, green and purple on a mottled blue ground, 15.5cm high, impressed mark, initials in blue £120 - £180

491 A Moorcroft Magnolia pattern compressed ovoid vase, tube lined with flowers and leafy branches, coloured in tones of pink, purple, green and brown, on a mottled green/blue ground, 11cm high, impressed marks, initials in blue £60 - £100

487 A Moorcroft Pomegranate pattern bowl, tube lined with fruit berries and foliage, in tones of red, green and purple on a mottled blue ground, 18cm diam, impressed mark, initials in blue £150 - £200

492 A Moorcroft Clematis pattern cylindrical jardinière, tube lined with flowers and leaves, coloured in tones of purple, green and yellow, on a mottled blue ground, spreading base, impressed marks, initials in blue £100 - £150

488 A Moorcroft salt glazed Leaf and Berries pattern ovoid water jug, tube lined with leaves and berries, typically tube lined, coloured in tones of mottled blue on a green ground, loop handle, 15cm high, impressed facsimile signature, Potter to HM The Queen, c.1935 (lacking cover) £100 - £150

493 A Moorcroft commemorative circular ashtray, tube lined in brown with monogram BSA and inscribed Hanley 1964, in brown on a mottled green ground, 22cm diam, impressed marks and painted initials £40 - £60

489 A Moorcroft Clematis pattern baluster vase, tube lined with flowers and leaves, coloured in tones of pink and purple, on a mottled green/blue ground, 15cm high, impressed mark, painted signature, Potter to H.M The Queen, c.1935 £150 - £200

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494 A Moorcroft Columbine pattern circular bowl, tube lined with an exotic flower, coloured in tones of yellow, purple, pink and green on a mottled blue ground, 14cm diam, impressed marks £40 - £60

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495 A Moorcroft Pomegranate pattern long necked globular vase, tube lined with ripe fruit and leaves, on a mottled blue ground, 10cm high, impressed mark, signature in green, c.1930 £50 - £70

496 A Macintyre Aurelain Ware two-handled waisted cylindrical vase, transfer printed with red poppies and stylised foliage, banded borders with scales and sprigs, printed mark, c.1897 - 1913 £60 - £100

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498 A Moorcroft Pomegranate pattern slender baluster vase, tube lined with a frieze of fruit, foliage and berries, within bordes of scrolls and flowerheds, coloured in the tones of red, purple nd green on a blue ground, 27cm high, impressed mark, signature in blue, c.1930 £400 - £600

499 A Moorcroft Wisteria pattern ovoid vase, tube lined with flowers and foliage, coloured in purple, red, yellow and red, on a cobalt blue ground, 7.5cm high, impressed mark £80 - £100

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499A A Moorcroft Macintyre baluster vase, tube lined with ribbon tied swags of rose and forget-me-not pendants, floral roundels, on a white ground, gilt borders, 20cm high, printed mark, signature in green £200 - £300

497 A Moorcroft Claremont pattern baluster vase, tube lined with toadstools, coloured in tones of red, yellow and purple on a mottled green/blue ground, 32cm high, impressed mark, signature in green £600 - £1,000

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499B A Moorcroft Orchid pattern cylindrical lamp base, tube lined with large flowers and foliage, coloured in tones in yellow, red, blue and green, on a cobalt blue ground, 25cm high, wooden plinth £100 - £150

499G A Moorcroft ovoid vase, tube lined with fish, coloured in mottled and streaked cobalt blue, on a green ground, 18cm high, impressed mark, signature in blue £300 - £400

499D A Moorcroft Anemone pattern pedestal dish, tube lined with flowers and foliage, coloured in tones of pink and purple on a pale blue ground, 26cm diam, 11cm high, impressed mark, initials in blue £50 - £80

499J A Moorcroft circular bowl, coloured in tones of yellow, green and blue, 31cm diam, impressed mark £50 - £80

499C A Moorcroft Anemone pattern pedestal bowl, tube lined with large flowerheads and foligae, coloured in tones of pink and purple on a pale blue ground, 25cm diam, 14.5cm high, impressed mark, initials in blue £100 - £150

499H A Moorcroft Waving Corn pattern circular plate, tube lined with ears of wheat, coloured in lilac and green, on a mottled blue ground, 26cm diam, impressed marks, initials in green £70 - £100

499E A Moorcroft Orchid pattern saucer, tube lined with flowers and stems, coloured in tones of pink and purple on a green ground, 10.5cm, signed and impressed mark; another, similar, Fresia; others, Anemone (4) £50 - £80

499K A Moorcroft orange lustre pedestal bowl, impressed mark Moorcroft Burslem 864; a similar brass mounted ashtray; salt and pepper (4) £40 - £60

499F A Moorcroft Cluny pattern ovoid vase, tube lined with tall tress, with purple and green foliage, 19.5cm high, impressed mark £80 - £120

499L A Macintyre Foxglove pattern pepper, tube lined and coloured flowers in tones of blue, on a cream ground, 7cm high, stamped mark; a pair of Moorcroft salt and pepper, in powdered blue, impressed marks, 8cm high (3) £40 - £60 499M A Moorcroft Centenary Edition vase, of compressed globe and shaft form, tube lined with sailing boats and yachts, in blue on blue colour way, 24cm high, impressed and hand painted marks, numbered 1167 £100 - £150

499N A Moorcroft Arum Lilly pattern bowl, tube lined with flowers and foliage, coloured in tones pink and green on a yellow ground, 9cm diam, impressed mark; another, similar,Anemone pattern, tube lined with flowers and foliage, coloured in tones pink and blue on a yellow ground, 9.5cm diam, impressed mark (2) £50 - £70

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Day Two

Thursday 17th March at 11.00am

Silver,Watches & Jewellery

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500 A 19th century century Sheffield plated five bottle cruet stand, of George III design, pierced posted leafy scroll handle, slice-cut clear glass bottles, ogee moulded covers, pierced border, ball and claw feet, 21cm high £60 - £100

501 AVictorian E.P on copper fluted circular table vase, the shaped everted rim cast with strapwork and leafy scrolls, engraved with panels of further strapwork and trellis, centred by a crested cartouche, handles to sides terminating in stiff leaves, bold scroll feet, 37cm over handles, c.1865 £150 - £250 502 A Victorian E.P. on copper shaped rectangular serving tray, the border and loop handles boldly cast with acanthus and flowering scrolls, acanthus scroll feet, 77cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £100

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507 A Victorian E.P.N.S four piece half-fluted baluster tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar basin, ebonised knop finials, hinged domed covers, scroll capped handles, engraved with roundels, scrolling foliage, strapwork and wrigglework, domed circular bases, the coffee pot 29.5cm high, retailed by Benetfink & Co, Cheapside, London, c.1875 £100 - £150

503 A ‘Victorian’ E.P.B.M circular mirrored cake plateau, the side engraved with a vacant shield shaped cartouche and leafy scrolls, milled border, cartouche shaped feet cast with leafy scrolls, 39.5cm diam £80 - £120 504 A ‘Victorian’ E.P.B.M circular mirrored cake plateau, the side engraved with a vacant shield shaped cartouche and leafy scrolls, milled border, cartouche shaped feet cast with leafy scrolls, 39.5cm diam £80 - £120

508 A Victorian E.P.N.S mounted clear glass ovoid claret jug, ball finial, planished hinged domed cover and deep collar, scroll capped handle, the glass faux planished, star-cut base, 30cm high, Hukin & Heath, c.1880 £200 - £300

505 A Victorian E.P.B.M novelty spoon warmer, as a swan, naturalistically modelled with neck arched and wings raised, shaped base, 23cm long, model no. 12828, John Round & Sons, Sheffield c.1880 £100 - £150

509 A Victorian E.P.N.S table centrepiece, the substantial bowed circular clear glass bowl cut with longitudinal bands of lozenges, supported on three columns entwined with leafy flowering spirals, acanthus socles, incurved canted triform base applied with cast Pegasus underfinials, outlined with egg-and-dart and beaded bands, bold acanthus scroll feet, 43.5cm high, c.1875 £300 - £500

506 A Victorian E.P.N.S cylindrical biscuit box, knop finial, hinged domed cover, milled borders, engraved with fruiting holly and acanthus cast scroll feet, 20.5cm high, William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield, c.1880 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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510 A Victorian electro-plated table centrepiece, cast with a lion standing beneath palm trees, rocky base, 44.5cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100 511 A William IV Sheffield plate rounded rectangular eight-bottle cruet, posted leafy scroll handle, urnular finials, silver mounted slice-cut clear glass bottles, shell and leafy scroll borders, scroll feet, 26.5cm wide, the mounts J. F. & Co, Sheffield 1831 £60 - £100 512 A William IV Sheffield plate shaped rectangular partners’ standish, the central fluted urnular wafer box flanked by a pair of clear glass spreading square wells, fluted borders with flowerheads and leafy scrolls to angles, anthemion scroll feet, 23cm wide, c.1835 £40 - £60

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520 A George III Old English pattern straining spoon, the bowl with pierced divider, engraved with the crest Vaughan of Court Field, and other branches of the family in Herefordshire, 30.5cm long George Smith III & William Fearn, London 1796 £100 - £150

513 Football - an early 20th century E.P.N.S shaped circular salver, of George III design, piecrust border, the field inscribed ‘J Palmer, Trainer to the Bristol City Football Club, a token of esteem & Appreciation from E G Murdock, Chairman 1915’, acanthus wrapped knurl feet. 36.5cm diam,

521 a George III toddy ladle, boat shaped bowl with punch beaded rim, turned fruitwood handle, 31.5cm long, London 1782 £50 - £70

Walker & Hall, Sheffield, c.1915 Joe Palmer (bn. c.1890) was the first man to manage both Bristol City (1919 - 1921) and Bristol Rovers (1926 - 1929). Prior to this period he served as trainer at City, and between his two managerial stints he served as trainer to Bradford Park Avenue, back in his native Yorkshire £60 - £100

522 A George IV Fiddle pattern condiment ladle, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1822; others; teaspoons, various patterns, dates and makers (qty), 11oz gross £80 - £120

523 A good Victorian Burr walnut canteen of E.P.N.S Lily pattern flatware, for twelve, comprising a soup ladle, fish knives and forks, table spoons, knives and forks, teaspoons, a caddy spoon, sugar bows, a pair of gravy spoons, a pair of sauce ladles, a marrow scoop, a cream ladle, a sugar sifter spoon, a pair egg spoons and a pair of salad tongs, the blades engraved with scrolling foliage and trailing bell husks, the well figured case with moulded rounded rectangular top inlaid with a vacant brass shield shaped cartouche, above a pair of panelled doors enclosing four long graduated drawers, flush brass swing handles, skirted base, 29.5cm high, 51cm wide, c.1880 £250 - £350

514 An E.P.N.S George III style oval spirit kettle, stand and burner, fruitwood strap handle, fluted oval finial, engraved with scrolling foliage, the stand with reeded borders, tall legs, lion paw feet, 31.5cm high, Benetfink & Co, London, c.1900 £40 - £60

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518 A Continental silver coloured metal pointed Hanoverian type pattern soup ladle, probably Belgian, 37.5cm long, apparently unmarked, early 20th century; a set of three dessert spoons, to match; teaspoons; etc, some marked (qty), 22oz gross £150 - £250

524 A large and unusual Edwardian oak canteen box, fitted with a comprehensive arrangement of E.P.N.S flatware a four piece half-fluted tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar basin, hinged top inlaid with a brass shield shaped cartouche, enclosing four fold-out sections, drawer to base, 34cm high, 54cm wide, c.1910 £100 - £150

519 A George I Hanoverian pattern table spoon, London 1719; another, 1773; a George III Scottish Bright-cut Old English pattern dessert spoon, incuse duty mark, Edinburgh 1785; another, similar, Edinburgh 1782; another, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1798; others, various patterns, dates and makers (9), 16oz gross £120 - £180

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525 A matched set of six French Fiddle & Thread pattern table forks, 19th century, 16.5oz gross £120 - £180

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526 A matched set of six George III Old English pattern dessert forks, various dates and makers; another (7), 11oz gross £80 - £120

544 A silver coloured metal novelty model, of a shire horse, standing, 9cm high, 20th century; others, donkeys; a dog; a puppy, various sizes (5) £60 - £100

527 A pair of George III sugar bows, quite plain, 14cm long, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, London 1800; another, William Bateman, London 1816; another, William Rawlings Sobey, Exeter 1844; others, various designs, dates and makers (7), 8oz gross £100 - £150

545 Shooting/Country Pursuits - an Elizabeth II novelty corkscrew, the handle cast and chased as a pheasant, 10.5cm long, Birmingham 1971 £120 - £180

528 A pair of George IV Fiddle pattern gravy spoons, 30.5cm long, James Beebe, London 1823, 8.5oz gross £150 - £200 529 A pair of late 19th century Dutch spoons, angel finials, 15cm long, c.1900 £40 - £60 530 A pair of Victorian Fiddle pattern sauce ladles, George W Adams, London 1876, 4.5oz £50 - £70 531 A set of five Victorian Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, Wakely & Wheeler, London 1891; a pair of William IV/early Victorian Fiddle pattern table spoons, London 1837 (7), 13oz £80 - £120

532 A set of four early Victorian Fiddle and Shell pattern salt ladles, gilt bowls, Joseph & Albert Savoury, London 1840; an egg spoon, conforming; a table spoon, similar, London 1836 (6), 6oz gross £40 - £60

533 A set of four Victorian Fiddle pattern table spoons, George W Adams, London 1881; a set of twelve dessert spoons, similar, London 1881; another, fifteen teaspoons, similar, various dates and makers (32), 42oz gross £300 - £500

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546 Scottish Interest - an Edwardian novelty five bar toast rack, ring handle, the U-shaped divisions terminating in thistles, ball feet, 12.5cm long, Walker & Hall, Chester 1907, 8oz £250 - £350

534 A set of six Victorian Victorian Fiddle pattern dessert forks, George W Adams, London 1853; a pair of George III Old English pattern table forks, Peter & William Bateman, London 1810; a George III Scottish Old English pattern table spoon, Matthew Crawford, Edinburgh 1807; etc (15), 25oz gross £150 - £250

547 Judaica - a Russian cloisonne Netilat Yadaim washing cup, ropetwist rim, typically brightly decorated overall with flowers, foliage and script, domed circular foot, gilt interior, 18cm high £1,500 - £2,000

535 A Victorian marrow scoop, of typical form, 22.5cm long, Barnard & Sons, London 1855 £50 - £70

548 Golf - an Edwardian rectangular Golf Register and Scoring Book, the cover embossed with a vacant leafy scroll cartouche within a border of slender S-scrolls, on a textured ground, 10.5cm long, published by Thomas De La Rue & Co Ltd, London, the mount Arthur Johnson Smith, Chester 1905 £40 - £60

536 AVictorian Scottish King’s pattern fish slice, single struck, shaped blade pierced and outlined with a threaded border, 30.5cm long, Marshall & Sons, Edinburgh 1856 £60 - £100

537 An Art Deco walnut canteen, enclosing an E.P.N.S Old English pattern table service, for twelve, comprising egg spoons, soup spoons, carving implements, table and dessert spoons, knives and forks, teaspoons and sugar bows, the stylised geometric case with hinged top above two long drawers, British Pat. No. 379507 ,27cm high, 52.5cm wide, c.1935 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

549 Georg Jensen - a cylindrical condiment, designed by Sigvard Bernadotte (1907 - 2002), model no. 834, 5cm high, facsimile signature, post-1945 mark £60 - £100

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552 555 An Elizabeth II novelty cast model, of a pheasant, standing, 16cm to tip of tail, A E Jones, Birmingham 1972; another, as a squirrel, 3cm high, London 1974; another, as a fox, 7cm to tip of tail, London 1974 (3), 8.5oz gross £100 - £150

550 Equestrian - an Edwardian novelty travelling easel timepiece stand, as a horseshoe, 5.5cm circular painted dial inscribed with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, plated case and keyless movement, the stand 10cm high, H Matthews, Birmingham 1909 £200 - £300

556 An Elizabeth II bowed cylindrical pedestal milk jug and two-handled sugar basin, rolled rims, acanthus capped double-scroll handles, domed circular feet with gadrooned borders, the sugar basin 14.5cm wide, Birmingham 1975, 12.5oz gross £100 - £150

551 Derbyshire Masonic interest - a Victorian waisted rounded rectangular snuff box, applied foliate borders, engraved with flowers and leafy scrolls, hinged cover inscribed ‘ Presented to Bro C Brown in recognition of 31 years faithful service as Secretary to the Lily of the Valley Lodge of II00FLU Derby 1898’ within a shaped oval reserve. gilt interior, 7.5cm wide,Thomas Hayes, Birmingham 1896 £40 - £60

557 An Edwardian spreading cylindrical clear glass sugar caster, pointed knop finial, pierced cover, hobnail-cut in two lateral bands, star-cut base, 16.5cm high, J Sherwood & Sons, Birmingham 1909 £40 - £60

552 Charles Dickens - an Edwardian shaped circular novelty dish, the field embossed with a titled portrait of Fagin, within a border of faux rivets, lightly planished overall, 14cm diam, Regd. 481728, Douglas Clock Co Ltd, Birmingham 1906 £100 - £150

558 An Edwardian shaped arched rectangular easel travelling timepiece/watch case, embossed with scrolling foliage, 13cm high, Rd. No. 418870, William Neale, Birmingham 1906, enclosing a large E.P.N.S open faced pocket watch, 5.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, keyless movement, 9cm over loop, c.1905 (2) £60 - £100

553 An unusual Edwardian waisted cylindrical retractable barber’s strop, angular swing handle, ring terminal, 6cm wide, London 1906 £300 - £400

559 An Edwardian rectangular photograph frame, quite plain, ribbon cresting, 27cm high, Birmingham 1904 £50 - £70

554 An Indian measuring beaker/stirrup cup, the graduated hemi-ovoid bowls embossed and chased with scrolling foliage, 10.5cm high, apparently unmarked, c.1900; others, similar (3) £40 - £60

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560 An Edwardian page turner, ivory blade, twisted horn haft, the mount embossed with palmettes and leafy scrolls, 32cm long, Wild & Carr, London 1901 £30 - £50 561 An Edwardian novelty money box, as a comical character holding an umbrella, spreading circular bayonet fitting base with embossed inscription ‘Always be Prepared for a Rainy Day’, 15cm high, Rd. no. 559568, Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham 1909 £300 - £400 562 An Edwardian novelty combined desk timepiece and inkwell, as a coach lamp/lantern, 4.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, arched handle, hinged domed cover, flared bezel, hinged to verso, domed circular foot, 17cm high, H Matthews, Birmingham 1909 £100 - £150

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563 An Edwardian Neo-Classical Revival ovoid sugar caster, spiral finial, pierced bell shaped cover, half-fluted and embossed with ribbon-tied swags, domed circular foot, 19cm high, Walker & Hall, Chester 1906, 5.5oz £60 - £100

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564 An Edwardian lobed square pedestal fruit bowl, undulating everted rim, shaped circular foot, 23.5cm wide, Horace Woodward & Co Ltd, London 1905, 24oz £150 - £250

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567 An Edwardian curved rounded rectangular hip flask, domed bayonet fitting cap, 16cm long, London 1902, 6oz £50 - £80 568 An Edwardian curved rectangular hip flask, quite plain, of typical form, hinged bayonet cap, the base detachable as a beaker, 15cm long, William Neale & Sons, Chester 1904, 9oz gross £40 - £60

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569 An Edwardian canted square fruit bowl, moulded rim, loose ring lion mask handles to angles, moulded foot, 17cm wide, Daniel & John Wellby, London 1908, 21.5oz £150 - £250

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565 An Edwardian hobnail-cut clear glass ovoid claret jug, hinged cover with pierced chair back thumbpiece, angular handle, star-cut base, 22cm high, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1907 £150 - £250

570 An early Victorian Scottish wine funnel, tumbler shaped bowl, curved spout, the circular stand with domed field, moulded borders, crested, 13.5cm long, James McKay, Edinburgh 1849, 5oz gross £500 - £700 571 An early 20th century silver coloured metal mesh evening purse, the mount embossed with stylised flowers and leafy scrolls, suspension chain, 15cm wide, marked G.Silver, c.1915 £40 - £60

572 An early 20th century French sloped rectangular vesta case, hinged cover engraved with a crown, striker to base, 7.5cm long, Andre Aucoc, Paris c.1915 £60 - £100

573 An early 20th century Continental silver coloured metal rounded square compact/vanity case, hinged cover decorated in polychrome enamels with a courting couple in 18th century costume, within a ‘malachite’ border, the sides with blue ovals, the base engraved and chased with scrolling foliage, 7.5cm wide, apparently unmarked, c.1920 £60 - £100

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566 An Edwardian hobnail-cut clear glass ogee table centre/fruit bowl, deep silver collar, skirted base pierced with a band of leafy scrolls. cartouche shaped feet, 18cm diam,Thomas Latham & Ernest Morton, Chester 1902 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

574 An early 20th century American blotter, stag antler handle, applied with borders of leafy scrolls, 11cm long, marked Sterling,Theodore B. Starr, New York, c.1910 £200 - £300 60

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575 An Art Nouveau three-handled pedestal dish, hemi-spherical bowl, scroll capped handles, spreading circular base, 7.5cm high, Pearce & Son, Birmingham 1906, 6oz £40 - £60 576 An Art Deco silver coloured metal mounted clear glass cylindrical scent bottle, possibly American, domed screw-fitting cover engine turned and decorated with turquoise enamel, enclosing a ground stopper, 9cm high, marked D within a vase, c.1925 £80 - £120

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577 An Art Deco rectangular cigar box, hinged cover, ‘bound’ with two plain bands on an engine turned ground, sycamore lined, 16.5cm wide, Padgett & Braham, London 1936 £180 - £220

582 A William IV silver-gilt shaped bowed rectangular snuff box, hinged cover, the border and sides embossed, chased and applied with C-scrolls, flowers and stiff foliage, engine turned base, 7.5cm wide, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1833, 4oz £200 - £300

578 An American Art Deco circular bowl, the broad rim decorated in polychrome enamels with a band of roses on an engine turned ground, 16.5cm diam,shape no. 2010, marked Sterling, c.1935 £200 - £300

583 A William IV bullet shaped teapot, ball and knop finial, flush hinged cover, acanthus capped scroll handle and spout, engraved with flowering scrolls, domed circular foot, fruitwood insulators, 15cm high, Joseph Angell I & John Angell I, London 1836, 16oz £150 - £200

579 An 18th century silver coloured metal novelty snuff box, as a horse’s head, engraved and chased with features, hair and reins, hinged cover set with a copper panel, gilt interior, 7.5cm long, c.1775 £400 - £600

584 A Victorian three-piece half-fluted oval bachelor’s tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and two-handled sugar basin, oval knop finial, hinged domed cover, angular scroll handles, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 21cm long, John Round, Sheffield 1898, 12oz gross £100 - £150

580 An 18th century Dutch bucket shaped beaker, everted rim, engraved with a leafy wreath cartouche, with a flower to verso, 4.5cm high, c.1780; another, hemi-spherical (2) £80 - £120

585 A Victorian three piece pedestal tea service, of Regency design, comprising teapot, milk jug and twohandled sugar basin, knop finial, hinged domed cover, flying scroll handles, reeded girdles, spreading circular bases, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 26cm long, Sibray, Hall & Co, London 1897, 43.5oz gross £300 - £500

581 Adrian Gerald Sallis Benney (1930 - 2008) - a modern rectangular dish, quite plain, the sides barked, clear glass liner, 10.5cm wide, London 1972 £250 - £350

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586 A Victorian spreading cylindrical christening mug, bright-cut engraved with ferns, loop handle, gilt interior, 8.5cm high, Henry Holland, London 1873, 5oz £50 - £70

587 A Victorian rectangular visiting card case, hinged cover, engraved and chased with shaped oval Persian reserves and scrolling foliage, dog-tooth borders, 8cm long, Birmingham 1848 £50 - £70 588 A Victorian rectangular easel photograph frame, embossed and chased with a repetetive band of flowerheads, leafy scrolls and vacant reserves, pointed cresting, 26cm high, H Matthews, Birmingham 1906 £60 - £100 589 A Victorian pinched square liqueur decanter, prismatic stopper, shaped rim, star-cut base, 21cm high, Chester 1895; aVictorian E.P.B.M mounted clear glass spreading cylindrical claret jug, leafy knop finial, hinged domed cover, the handle and spout cast with griffins and acanthus scrolls, engraved with Greek key and etched with stylised stiff leaves, star-cut base, 31cm high, c.1880 (2) £70 - £100

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593 A Victorian oval tea caddy, of George III design, ebonised finial, hinged domed cover, engraved with bands of Vitruvian scrolls outlined by wrigglework, centred to recto and verso by vacant laurel cartouches, 10cm high, Henry Stratford, Sheffield 1883, 4oz gross £80 - £120

590 A Victorian pedestal goblet, hemi-spherical bowl engraved with ferns, knop to stem. domed circular foot, beaded borders, 18.5cm high, Charles Boyton II, London 1877, 7oz £80 - £120

594 A Victorian novelty desk blotter, the handle as a caricatured gentleman, 10cm wide, Grey & Co, London 1899 £200 - £300

591 A Victorian pedestal goblet, beaded rim, hemi-ovoid bowl engraved with strapwork, baluster stem, domed stepped circular foot, 17cm high, W W Harrison & Co, Sheffield 1873, 7oz £80 - £120

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592 A Victorian ovoid beer jug, moulded rim, scroll handle with heart shaped terminal, chased and embossed with flowers, shells, scales, foliage and C-scrolls, moulded foot, 15cm high, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths’ Company Ltd, London 1896, 17.5oz £150 - £250 For more images please visit

595 A Victorian Neo-Renaissance hemi-ovoid pedestal goblet, chased and embossed with strapwork outlined with beading, knopped stem, spreading circular foot, 20.5cm high, Henry Holland, London 1875, 7oz £50 - £80 62

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596 A Victorian miniature quaich/taster, pierced lug handles, the circular bowl chased and embossed with flowers and scrolling foliage, punch beaded rim, gilt interior, 8cm wide, William Comyns, London 1890 £30 - £50

602 A Victorian cylindrical scent bottle, hinged cover enclosing a ground stopper, embossed and chased with flowers and leafy scrolls on a matted ground, 6cm high, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1890 £100 - £150

597 A Victorian hobnail-cut clear glass ovoid claret jug, hinged domed cover with gadrooned border, scroll capped handle and deep collar chased and embossed with flowering leafy scrolls, star-cut base, 22cm high,William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1894 £250 - £350

598 A Victorian hobnail-cut clear glass fluted ovoid claret jug, hinged cover, scroll handle, star-cut base, 26cm high, London 1890 £200 - £300 599 A Victorian four piece half-fluted oval tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and two handled sugar basin, fluted oval finials, hinged domed covers, angular scroll handles. reeded borders, the tea and coffee pots with ebonised fittings, the latter 24cm high, H L Brown & Son, Sheffield 1898, 64oz gross £500 - £700

600 A Victorian E.P.N.S canted rectangular two-handled tray, rail and baluster gallery with ball and spire finials, the field bright-cut engraved with bands of stiff leaves and wrigglework, ball and bail handles, bun feet, 64cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

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601 A Victorian cylindrical taper/cigar lighter, scroll handle, wick aperture, screw-fitting reservoir cover, skirted base, 5.5cm high, Birmingham 1899 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

603 A Victorian cylindrical beaker, quite plain, gilt interior, 9.5cm high, Walter & John Barnard, London 1880, 4oz £150 - £200 63

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610 608 A substantial William IV Neo-Rococo shell shaped sauce boat, acanthus capped double-scroll handle, shell and scroll base, engraved with Talbot crest, with a crescent for difference, 16cm high, Charles Thomas Fox, London 1836, 16oz

604 A Victorian circular pedestal sweetmeat bowl, shaped rim applied with leafy scrolls and honeysuckle, chased and embossed with a band of stiff leaves, flowers and foliage, domed circular foot, 15.5cm diam, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1898, 12oz £100 - £150

The Talbot family was numerous and wide-spread at this date, but the difference mark perhaps suggests that this initially belonged to George Henry Talbot (1807-1839), second son of Hon. John JosephTalbot and grandson of 14th Earl of Shrewsbury. He was also half-brother of Pugin’s patron, the 16th Earl, who built Alton Towers and several midlands Catholic Churches. George Henry married in 1829 Augusta St Paul (who re-married Hon. Craven Fizherdinge Berkeley).They made their brief life together at Ranton Abbey, a shooting box which they rented from the Earl of Lichfield. £800 - £1,200

605 A Victorian canted square cut clear glass scent bottle and stand, spherical finial, circular cover, the stand with divided angular scroll handle, outswept legs, 6.5cm high, Shepherd & Saunders, Chester 1893 £50 - £70 606 A Victorian campana mug, acanthus capped scroll handle. chased and embossed with C-scrolls, flowers and foliage, spreading circular foot, 11cm high, Henry Holland, London 1855, 5oz £150 - £250

609 A set of twelve silver coloured metal napkin clips, pierced and engraved as numerals one to twelve, 1.5cm high, Gero Silver, 20th century, cased £60 - £100

607 A Victorian bowed and fluted mug, acanthus grasped double-scroll handle, flared rim, engraved and chased with strapwork, centred to recto and verso by raised reserves with fishermen, stiff leaf and scroll cast base, gilt interior, 12cm high,Thomas Smily, London 1874, 5.5oz £80 - £120

610 A set of six Victorian parcel-gilt pedestal goblets/kiddush cups, each hemi-ovoid bowl engraved with a band of wrigglework and leafy motifs centred by a vacant oval cartouche, domed circular bases, 6.5cm high, Barnard & Sons, London 1875, cased £200 - £300

611 A set of six George V rectangular tortoiseshell and silver pique menu holders, typically decorated in the NeoClassical taste with circular paterae and ribbon-tied musical pendants, rectangular bases, 4cm wide, William Comyns, Birmingham 1911, cased £400 - £600 For more images please visit

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617 A Persian silver coloured metal circular dish, the field embossed with a figure and donkey, the border with scrolling foliage, 30.5cm diam, apparently unmarked; others, similar; a silver coloured metal cup, scroll handle, 6.5cm high, apparently unmarked (4) £40 - £60 618 A pair of Victorian style three-light two-branch candelabra, detachable nozzles, reel shaped sconces, acanthus scroll branches, tapered columns, domed circular bases embossed with bands of leafy scrolls, 24cm high, Birmingham 1973, boxed £150 - £250

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612 A set of four Chinese rectangular panels, chased in relief with a cockerel and hen, herons, songbirds and fanciful game, amongst flowers, reeds and blossoming prunus, shaped bases, 15cm long, character marks, c.1900, 22oz gross £300 - £400

613 A set of five Chinese domed opium weights, 4.5cm to 2.5cm wide, character marks, c.1900; another, rectangular (6), 10.5oz gross £60 - £100

614 A Russian cloissone spoon, the bowl back decorated with a flowerhead and leafy scrolls, in tones of pale and dark blue, green, white and yellow, twisted stem, yellow, 11cm long, c.1900 £100 - £150

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619 A pair of Victorian silver mounted tusk section beakers, 10cm high, William Neale, London 1884 £300 - £400

620 A pair ofVictorian Old English pattern fruit spoons, engraved and chased with flowers, fruiting stiff foliage and wriggle-work, Issac Ellis & Sons, Sheffield 1900, cased £40 - £60

621 A pair of silver coloured metal circular coasters, of heavy gauge, rolled rims, each pierced with a band of simplified laurel, 11cm diam, possibly South American and late 18th/19th century, 9oz gross £200 - £300

622 A pair of late 18th/early 19th century silver coloured metal mounted cowrie shell pedestal salts, probably Colonial, angular scroll handles, spreading oval socles, rectangular bases, gilt interiors, 11cm & 10.5cm wide, apparently unmarked, c.1800 £200 - £300

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615 A Queen Anne Britannia standard brazier, of typical form, spoon shaped rests, pierced border, turned fruitwood handle, scroll feet, 28cm over handle, Joseph Ward, London 1705, 19oz gross £700 - £1,000

623 A pair of large Edwardian rectangular easel photograph frames, quite plain, 33cm high, Birmingham 1902 £150 - £250

616 A Persian silver coloured metal shaped oval dish, wavy border, chased and engraved with a band of vine on a ground of dense leafy scrolls, branch handle, 25cm long, apparently unmarked, first half 20th century, 13oz£60 - £100 For more images please visit

624 A pair of George V butter shells, ball feet, 10cm wide, ensuite with conforming knives, Aitken Brothers, Sheffield 1935, cased £40 - £60

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625 A pair of George III bowed circular cauldron salts, gadrooned rims, boldly cast and applied with Bacchic masks and swags, knurl feet with acanthus to knees, blue glass liners, 8cm diam, Benjamin Laver, London 1781 & 1783, 12.5oz gross £400 - £600

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629 A pair of Edwardian spreading square scent bottles, hinged domed covers enclosing prismatic stoppers, embossed with Reynolds Angels, star-cut bases, 11cm high, Chester 1903 £300 - £500

626 A pair of George II cauldron salts, slightly everted rims, hoof feet, 6cm diam, David Hennell I, London 1747 £60 - £100

630 A pair of Edwardian green tinted vaseline glass trumpet shaped specimen vases, wavy rims, domed shaped circular bases embossed with flowers and leafy scrolls, 20.5cm high, Charles Westwood & Sons, Birmingham 1908 £40 - £60

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627 A pair of George George V square hobnail-cut clear glass scent bottles, domed covers, star-cut bases, 16cm high, London 1919 £300 - £500

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631 A pair of early George III cast table candlesticks, detachable nozzles, reel shaped sconces, fluted borders with shells and anthemions to angles, knopped stems, stepped shaped square bases conforming, 25.5cm high, Ebenezer Coker, London 1761, 36oz gross £1,500 - £2,000

628 A pair of Elizabeth II oval novelty child’s napkin rings, engraved with episodes from nursery rhymes, Little Miss Muffet and Hickory Dickory Dock, 6.5cm wide, J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1953 £150 - £180

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632 A pair of Art Deco candlesticks, moulded circular sconces, hexagonally panelled columns, spreading square bases, stylised geometric pendant borders, 13cm high, Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1921 £40 - £60

636 A late 19th century Chinese export tea strainer, pierced bowl, the broad rim and handle chased and embossed with dragons, 17cm long, Tuck Chang & Co, Shangai, c.1900 £100 - £150

633 A modern pedestal goblet, barked stem and foot, gilt interior, 14.5cm high, DCBs, London 1971, 7.5oz £40 - £60

634 A late 19th century silver and enamel shaped square dish, probably Austrian, painted in the 18th century taste with scenes of courtship, the angles with leafy stems, 9cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300

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637 A late 17th century Northern European tapered cylindrical beaker, probably Danish, slightly flared rim, engraved with flowers and a leafy cartouche, on a matted ground, 11.75cm high, marked P over NM? in a trefoil, pricked inscription to base, dated 1685, 8oz £400 - £600

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635 A late 19th century Continentlal silver coloured metal mounted clear glass trumpet shaped mantel vase, the mount pierced and embossed with putti, leafy scrolls, flowers and trellis, scroll base, 24cm high, c.1900 £150 - £180 For more images please visit

638 A large Victorian shaped rectangular table cigarette box, hinged domed cover centred by a vacant cartouche, embossed overall with flowers and leafy scrolls, crimped borders, cedar lined, 22cm wide, Charles Edwards, London 1896 £100 - £150 68

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643 A George VI sauce boat, scroll handle, wavy rim, hoof feet, 14.5cm long, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1944; a George V cup and saucer, acanthus capped scroll handle, the saucer 10.5cm diam, George Unite, Birmingham 1914; a Victorian style bowed pedestal cream jug, acanthus capped double scroll handle, stepped circular foot, 7cm high, Birmingham 1987 (3), 9oz gross £60 - £80 644 A George VI novelty table lighter, as a Roman lamp, flying scroll handle with lion mask terminal, stepped oval base, 15cm long, Percy James Finch, Birmingham 1937 £150 - £200

645 A George V tortoiseshell mounted clear glass globular scent bottle, hinged domed cover enclosing a stopper, hobnail-cut with stars and strawberry diamonds, 12cm high, Collet & Anderson, London 1925 £80 - £120 646 A George V tortoiseshell and silver pique mounted clear glass globular scent bottle, hinged domed cover enclosing a stopper, hobnail-cut with stars and strawberry diamonds, 12cm high, Collet & Anderson, London 1925 £80 - £120

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639 A large 19th century French hobnail-cut clear glass ovoid claret jug, hinged domed cover with bud final, acanthus capped and grasped scroll handle, the spout and mount cast and chased with a fruiting branch, knopped socle, starcut base, 36.5cm high, C. Boin, Paris, c.1890 £600 - £1,000

640 A Japanese rounded rectangular cigarette case, hinged cover engraved with a three-toed dragon, gilt interior, 8.5cm long, Meiji period; a pair of Iranian circular stands/saucers, raised centres, engraved with mosques, crescents and stars, 11cm diam; etc (5) £60 - £100

641 A Geroge VI three piece christening set, comprising egg cup, napkin ring and spoon, the former 5cm high, Birmingham 1939, cased £20 - £30

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642 A George VI serpentine fronted cigarette box, hinged cover engine turned and centred by a vacant rectangular cartouche, leafy scroll border, bracket feet, cedar lined, 13.5cm wide, William Adams Ltd, Birmingham 1937; a George V shaped circular sweetmeat dish, angular loop handle, lion paw feet, 15cm wide, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1912 (2) £70 - £100 For more images please visit

647 A George V three piece boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, knop finial, hinged domed cover, wavy borders, scroll capped handle, hoof feet with shells to knees, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 25cm long, Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1923, 25oz gross £180 - £220

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653 648 A GeorgeV table vesta/taper stick, match and taper compartments flanked by a trumpet shaped sconce, oval base with moulded edge and striker, 9cm wide, Birmingham 1913; an Edwardian rectangular novelty chamber stick, urnular sconce, the rectangular base as a matchbox sleeve, scroll handle, ball feet, 8.5cm long, William Aitken, Birmingham 1904 (2) £40 - £60

652 A George V rounded rectangular dressing table trinket box, quite plain, hinged cover, cabriole legs, 12cm wide, Horton & Allday, Birmingham 1922; an Edwardian elongated oval dressing table trinket box, hinged cover embossed with Reynolds Angels, the side with leafy sprigs, crimped borders, 18cm long, Birmingham 1902; a Victorian cut clear glass flattened ovoid scent bottle, globular cover embossed with scrolling foliage, 14cm high, Sanders & Aquilar, Birmingham 1898; an Edwardian shaped oval trinket dish, pierced and embossed with flowers and leafy scrolls, 14.5cm wide, Chester 1905 (4) £150 - £200

649 A George V spreading cylindrical mug, loop handle, ball feet, 13cm high, Sheffield 1929, 13oz £80 - £120

650 A George V silver George Jones Crescent China coffee service, for six, printed in gilt with blossoming leafy branches, the saucers centred by colourful summer flowers, acanthus grasped scroll handles, the saucers 11.5cm diam, printed marks, the pierced mounts Mappin & Webb Ltd, Birmingham 1935, cased £60 - £100

653 A George V Neo-Classical Revival oval gallery tray, pierced wavy border chased with oval paterae, covered urns and bell husk swags, handles to sides, lion paw feet, 57cm wide, Sheffield 1932, 102oz £1,000 - £1,500

651 A George V shaped square waiter, moulded acanthus wrapped rim, outswept shell and leafy scroll feet, 27cm wide, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1929, 27oz £200 - £300

654 A George V four piece tea service, comprising teapot, water pot, milk jug and two handled sugar basin, knop finials, hinged domed covers, scroll handles, wrapped reeded rims, moulded circular bases, the tea and water pots with ebonised fittings, the latter 21cm high, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1933, 45oz gross £300 - £500

651A A Persian baluster specimen vase, wavy everted rim, chased and embossed with fanciful birds, flowers and foliage, domed circular foot, 18cm high, first half 20th century £40 - £60

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655 A George V four piece lobed boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, water pot, milk jug and twohandled sugar basin, oval finials, hinged domed covers, scroll handles, the tea and water pots with ebonised fittings, the latter 22.5cm high, J Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1929, 45.5oz gross £250 - £350

660 A George V bowed circular clear glass powder bowl, knop finial, domed cover engine turned and decorated in green enamel, slice-cut with a band of fruiting vine, picked out with green tints, 9.5cm diam, Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1931 £150 - £250 661 A George IV rounded rectangular viniagrette, hinged cover with applied leafy border, engine turned and centred by a rectangular cartouche, gilt interior with pierced and engraved grille, 3cm wide, Thomas & William Simpson, Birmingham 1822 £100 - £150

656 A George V fluted ovoid pedestal tea caddy, of George/William IV design, wrythen finial, hinged ogee cover, shaped rim, chased and embossed with stiff leaves, domed shaped circular foot conforming, 13cm high, Robert Stebbings, London 1911, 8oz £100 - £150 657 A George V five piece bowed cylindrical cruet, comprising a mustard, a pair of peppers and a pair of twohandled salts, knop finials, double-scroll handles, the peppers 7.5cm high, John Round, London 1917, associated spoons en-suite, cased £150 - £200

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662 A George III wine funnel, gadrooned rim, pierced strainer, shell shaped rest, hemi-ovoid bowl, curved spout, 13cm long, Charles Fox I or Crispin Fuller, London 1816, 4oz £250 - £350

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658 A George V cut clear glass biscuit barrel, swing handle, ball finial, slightly domed cover, star-cut base, 14.5cm high, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths’ Company Ltd, Birmingham 1926 £200 - £300

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659 A George V circular fruit bowl, the shallow bowl quite plain, wrapped knurl feet, 25.5cm diam, F G Rose, Birmingham 1935, 36oz £300 - £400 For more images please visit

663 A George III style shaped square waiter, piecrust border, plain field, hoof feet, 30cm wide, C J Vander Ltd, London 1937, 30oz £200 - £300 71

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664 A George III style pint mug, rolled rim, loop handle, moulded skirted base, 13cm high, J Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1967, 9oz £100 - £150 665 A George III spreading cylindrical child’s mug, acanthus capped double-scroll handle, skirted base, gilt interior, 7.5cm high, Peter & Jonathan Bateman, London 1790, 3oz £200 - £300 666 A George III slightly bowed rectangular teapot, incurved angles, knop final, flush-hinged domed cover, scroll handle, bright-cut engraved with thistles, flowers and meandering leafy stems, outlined with wrigglework, fruitwood fittings, 27cm long, John Robins, London 1801, 15oz gross £150 - £200

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669 A George III sauceboat, scroll capped handle, gadrooned rim, hoof feet with shells to knees, 19cm long, London 1777, 8.5oz £300 - £400

667 A George III shaped circular salver, pie crust border, hoof feet, 37cm diam, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1947, 41oz £400 - £600 668 A George III Scottish rounded rectangular tobacco box, hinged cover with reeded edge, inscribed to verso ‘ The Gift of The Marquis of Lothian to John Brown’, gilt interior, 12cm wide, James McKay, Edinburgh 1817, 7oz The donor of this box was William Kerr, 6th Marquis of Lothian KT (1763-1824) who succeeded his father 5th Marquis on 4th Jauary 1815.There were two known events of significance in Lord Lothian’s life that co-incide with the 1817 date of the object: the birth of his fifth son (his second by his second wife, the former Lady Harriett MontaguDouglas-Scott) Mark Ralph George Kerr (15th December 1817); the Marquis also took his seat in the House of Lords that year as an elected representative peer of Scotland £300 - £500

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670 A George III sauce boat, acanthus capped double scroll handle, gadrooned rim, shell feet with shells to knees, 18.5cm long, Walter Brind, London 1771, 7oz £300 - £400 72

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671 A George III rounded rectangular decanter label, Port, threaded border, engraved lettering, suspension chain, 4cm wide,Thomas & James Phipps II, London 1816; another, Chinese, Brandy, c.1900; another, enamel, Port (3)£40 - £60

673 A George III half-fluted campana goblet, flared moulded rim, domed circular foot, gilt interior, Latin inscription, crested, 15.5cm high, Probably Edward Edwards I, London 1819, 7.5oz

Translated, the inscription records that the goblet was a gift to James Burdekin from Revd. Robert Greene of Tamworth, Staffordshire £300 - £400

674 A George III half-fluted boat shaped salt, gadrooned border cast with shells and leafy scrolls to angles, stepped rounded rectangular base, blue glass liner, 11cm wide, Paul Storr, London 1819, 7oz The maker’s mark is the ninth version used by Storr, registered on 12th September 1817 Penzer, N. M., Paul Storr 1771 - 1844: Silversmith and Goldsmith, The Hamlyn Publishing Group Ltd (London 1971), pp. 82 - 3 £200 - £300

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675 A George II punch ladle, the fluted boat shaped bowl chased and embossed with flowerheads, foliage and flowering scrolls, turned ivory handle, 34cm long, George Hindmarsh, London 1748 £120 - £180

672 A George III rounded rectangular boat shaped teapot, rectangular ebonised finial, flush-hinged domed cover, gadrooned borders, fruitwood scroll capped handle, bright-cut engraved with a vacant cartouche outlined with wrigglework, conforming to verso, 27cm long, George Eadon & Co, Sheffield 1805, 18oz gross £120 - £180

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676 A George II octofoil salver, deep outswept gallery, plain field, bracket feet, 28.5cm diam, John White I, London 1731, 22.5oz ÂŁ4,000 - ÂŁ6,000

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677 A George I baluster pepper, pierced domed cover, moulded circular foot, 8cm high, London 1725 £150 - £250 678 A French wrythen baluster cream jug, acanthus capped scroll handle applied with bell husks, shaped pad feet, 10.5cm high, 4.5oz £100 - £150

679 A Dutch silver coloured metal rectangular box, hinged cover embossed in relief with revellers outside a tavern, the sides with similar vignettes within scrolling foliage, cedar lined, 18cm wide, indistinctly marked, 20th century £150 - £180 680 A 19th century South African rounded rectangular tobacco box, hinged cover with applied border, engraved with scrolling foliage centred by a vacant cartouche, inscribed to verso, Geschenk der Effective Leden van Harmonie & Endragt L Marquard J R Mostert P J Sandenbergh P J Redeling huys, C A Bam, C J C Cie, J J de Hock, J C Wahl, C M de Wet, M Wocke, Fl? J de Hock, Aan der zelver Directeur L H Beil 18 18/6 38’ , reeded sides, the base engraved with stiff and scrolling foliage outlined with wrigglework, gilt interior, 15cm wide, pseudo-British marks, c.1838 £1,000 - £1,500

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684A A George V baluster water pot, ball and knop finial, hinged domed cover, wavy border, lightly planished, scroll capped handle, shaped pad feet, 24cm high, fruitwood fittings, 23.5cm high, London 1924, 18.5oz £120 - £180

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681 A 19th century rectangular silver coloured metal filigree visiting card case, hinged cover, typically decorated with scrolls, centred to recto and verso by shield shaped cartouches, 9.5cm long, apparently unmarked, dated 1845 £150 - £200

682 A 19th century Neo-Renaissance silver coloured metal shaped oval table snuff box, gadrooned borders, twin-covers flush-hinged to the centre, in relief with leafy stems and strapwork, 12.5cm wide, apparently unmarked, c.1880, 13oz £200 - £300 683 A 19th century German half-fluted elongated campana vase, Commemorating of the 11th German Shooting Congress at Mainz, June 1894, chased and embossed with the armorial bearings of the German Empire, strapwork and scrolling foliage, domed circular foot with provincial arms, 21.5cm high, .800 standard, J Lutz, c.1894, 9oz £60 - £100

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685 A 19th century French rounded rectangular rosewood dressing table case, hinged cover enclosing compartments and a lift-out tray fitted with an arrangement of silver mounted clear glass bottles, jars and boxes, each cover engine turned and engraved with lleafy scrolls, above a further tray with necessaire and brushes, the brass mounted case 27cm wide, the fittings Charles-Auguste Peret, Paris, c.1850 £150 - £250

684 A 19th century French shaped circular pan-handled chamber stick, detachable nozzle, moulded border, 20cm over handle, Pierre-Francois-Augustin Turquet, Paris c.1850 £200 - £300

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689 686 A 19th century French clear glass baluster claret jug, hinged cover with asymmetric flower finial, laurel rim, mounted with an embossed garland of flowers and foliage, slice-cut with a band of flutes, silver mounted base, 29cm high, c.1890 £400 - £600 687 A 19th century Continental circular table box, hinged domed cover embossed with knights in battle, the side with courting couples in 18th century settings, 13cm diam, probably a Hanau workshop, import marks for London 1897, 11oz £300 - £400 688 A 19th century Colonial silver coloured metal visiting card case, chased and embossed with flowering scrolling foliage, centred by a shield shaped cartouche, 10.5cm long, apparently unmarked, c.1850 £60 - £100 689 A 19th century Chinese export rectangular table box, hinged cover, engraved with leafy bamboo on a textured ground, cedar lined, 19.5cm wide, maker CJ, c.1910 £300 - £500

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690 A 19th century American baluster mug, embossed and chased with dense fruiting vine, centred by a vacant reserve, rustic scroll handle and base conforming, 12.5cm high, Ball, Black & Co, New York, c.1870, 6oz £150 - £200

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691 An Art Nouveau clear glass three-handled gourd shaped spirit decanter, pointed stopper, wavy everted rim, 30cm high, Norton & White, Birmingham 1903 £80 - £120

695 A Portuguese compressed baluster claret jug, hinged fluted domed cover surmounted by a Bacchic infant, acanthus scroll capped handle, mask to spout, the mount embossed with flowers and leafy-scrolls, cut with a flowerhead, domed circular base, 34.5cm high, .925 standard, Lisbon, late 20th century £200 - £300

692 A George V three piece boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and two-handled sugar basin, rectangular knop finial, hinged domed cover, scroll handles, ball feet, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 29cm long, H Matthews, Birmingham 1929, 34oz gross £250 - £350

696 An Edwardian rounded rectangular cigar case, hinged cover chased and embossed with flowers and scrolling foliage, gilt interior, 15cm long, Arthur Harris, Birmingham 1902, 5.5oz £60 - £100

694 A fine George IV two-handled campana shaped trophy cup, ogee cover with stiff acanthus finial and border, above a broad band of fruiting vine, applied with stiff leaf cutcard work, acanthus grasped and capped scroll handles, inscribed and engraved with the insignia of the British Commercial Insurance Company, domed circular foot with gadrooned border, 33cm high, Charles Thomas Fox, London 1822, 48oz £1,200 - £1,800

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696A A George V four piece scribes set, comprising a capstan inkwell, a pair of candlesticks and a calendar frame, spreading circular bases, milled borders, the inkwell 6cm diam, London 1925, cased £40 - £60

697 Golf - an Art Nouveau style three-handled hemispherical pedestal bowl, scroll handles terminating in divided boses, baluster stem flanked by three golf clubs, domed stepped circular base, 12cm high, Eldona Manufacturing Co Ltd, Birmingham 1923 £40 - £60

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698 A lady's 18ct gold and diamond Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date Just wristwatch, diamond hour indicators, subsidiary date aperture, diamond set bezel and president bracelet strap £3,000 - £5,000 699 A gentleman's 18ct gold and diamond Cartier wristwatch, the dial pave set with round brilliant cut stones, the tiered bezel and bracelet encrusted with brilliant cut diamonds, 8839610130 £3,000 - £5,000 700 A 9ct gold lady’s Omega wrist watch, baton indicators, bark bracelet strap £300 - £400

701 A 9ct white gold and diamond Art Deco Croton cocktail watch, Arabic numerals, the bezel and geometric shoulders set with round cut and baguette cut stones, bracelet strap £300 - £500 702 A gentleman’s 9ct gold Omega Automatic wristwatch, baton indicators, subsidiary date dial, bark effect bracelet strap, 52g £200 - £300 703 A gentleman's gold coloured metal Sicura wristwatch, the bubble face having hour, minute and date apertures, brown leather strap, c.1970 £70 - £100

704 A gentleman’s Lowenthal Mono-Rattrapante chronometer wristwatch, silvered dial with Arabic numerals, two subsidiary seconds dials, 3.5cm diam (over winder), leather strap (faults) £500 - £800 705 A lady’s 14ct gold Rolex wristwatch, Roman numerals, integral strap, 39g £400 - £600

706 A lady’s Art Deco diamond cocktail watch, Arabic numerals, the bezel and shoulders set with eighteen round cut diamonds, approx 4.5cts, a 9ct white gold bracelet strap £2,500 - £3,500

706

707 An 18ct gold half hunter pocket watch, JW Benson, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, Arabic numerals to outer case, overall plain design, 7cm over loop, cased £300 - £500

708 An Art Deco platinum, 18ct white gold and diamond cocktail watch, Arabic numerals, the geometric bezel and shoulders set throughout with old cut stones, black strap with gold clasp £200 - £300

709 A Victorian 18ct gold hunter seconds chronograph, 5cm enamel dial inscribed 73687, Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, backplate numbered again and signed John Hawley & Son, Hatton Garden, London & at Coventry, keyless movement, 8cm over loop, London 1899 £600 - £1,000 For more images please visit

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Jewellery

710

710 A 15ct gold turquoise and pearl bracelet, each alternating link set with cabachon cut stones £120 - £150 713

713 A 19th century diamond and ruby brooch, the tiered openwork frame centred with a round cut ruby, set throughout with old cut diamonds, 3cm wide £200 - £300 714 A 9ct gold and diamond three stone ring, set with graduated old cut stones, ring size M £300 - £400

711

715 A 9ct gold, diamond and seed pearl brooch, the star and crescent openwork frame set throughout with graduated seed pearls, centred with an old cut diamond, 3cm wide £80 - £120

711 A 15ct gold, diamond and pearl bracelet, the curb link chain centred with a horseshoe, set with alternating split pearls and old cut diamonds, 18cm long, fitted case £200 - £300

716 A fine diamond bar brooch, set with eleven graduated old cut stones, 3.5cm long £200 - £300

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712

717 A fine platinum and diamond circular brooch, set with a round brilliant cut diamond, below ten baguette cut stones centred by a smaller round cut, pave set overall with graduated round cut diamonds, 3.5cm wide £3,000 - £3,500

712 A 19th century aquamarine pendant, the central cushion cut stone flanked by pendeloque and round cut stones, 7cm long £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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723 A miniature rose gold chatelaine, suspending a mourning locket with a plait of hair, seal fobs, keys, an American 1854 Dollar, etc; a rose gold coloured metal mounted mourning ribbon with carnelian fob (2) £150 - £200 718

718 A gentleman’s 18ct gold and diamond solitaire ring, the old cut stone set in raised claws, ring size S £250 - £350

724

724 A pair of gold and turquoise clip-on earrings, the collet set cabachon stones centred in fine rope-twist style ovals, 18ct white gold clips £30 - £50

725 A platinum and diamond solitaire ring, having a princess cut tension set stone; an interlocking platinum band, ring size M, 15.6g gross (2) £400 - £600

719

719 A gentleman’s gold and carnelian intaglio ring, carved with a portrait of a bearded gentleman, the canted rectangular stone 2cm wide, ring size N/O £100 - £150

726 A platinum and diamond solitaire ring, set with a baguette cut stone approx 0.5cts £200 - £300

720 A gold and diamond brooch, as a snake, diamonds for eyes, 3cm wide £120 - £150

727 A platinum and diamond three-stone ring, graduated claw set stones, ring size L £300 - £500

721 A gold coloured metal novelty pendant scent bottle, as a fish, the articulated body having mesh work scales and turquoise cabachons for eyes, hinged mouth enclosing a compartment for scent, 6cm long £100 - £120

728 A three-row pearl bracelet, each seventh bead divided by a gold and seed pearl link, 9ct gold clasp, 18cm long £200 - £300 729 A three-row string of graduated pearls, a 9ct gold and pearl flowerhead clasp, 43cm long £150 - £200

731 A Victorian 18ct gold, diamond and seed pearl ring, centred with an old cut stone, surrounded by ten pearls £80 - £120 732 A white metal and diamond flower brooch, set throughout with graduated round cut stones, 4.5cm high £200 - £300

733 A white metal, diamond and ruby brooch, as a swallow, pave set with round cut diamonds and a singular cushion cut ruby, carrying a diamond set heart in its beak, 4cm long £300 - £350

722

722 A gold, diamond, ruby, sapphire and seed pearl insect brooch, as a butterfly, the body set with graduated pearls, rubies for eyes, the wings set with diamonds, terminating with cushion cut rubies and round cut sapphire, 4cm wide £600 - £800 For more images please visit

734 An 18ct gold and diamond cluster ring, set with twenty round brilliant cut stones, approx 1.75ct total, ring size P £200 - £300 83

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735

735 An 18ct gold and diamond cluster ring, the central line of five graduated, collet set, round brilliant cut diamonds flanked by ten further stones, ring size U £800 - £1,000

737

736 An 18ct gold and diamond five stone ring, set with graduated stones, ring size L £300 - £350

738

746 An 18ct gold diamond solitaire ring, the round cut claw set stone centred to knife edge shoulders, ring size O £70 - £100 747 An 18ct gold emerald and diamond five-stone ring, set with three graduated emerald cut stones, divided by two old cut diamonds, ring size L £250 - £350

737 An 18ct gold and diamond five stone ring, the graduating old cut claw set stones mounted in gypsy shoulders, ring size L £600 - £800 738 An 18ct gold and diamond five stone, the graduating old cut stone claw set in platinum, ring size O £200 - £300 739 An 18ct gold and diamond five-stone ring, with graduated round cut, claw set stones, ring size K £250 - £350

748

748 An 18ct gold insect brooch, as an earwig, designed by Cartier; having associated design paperwork and receipt from Cartier £300 - £500

740 An 18ct gold and diamond pendant necklace, the round brilliant cut collet set stone approx 0.33cts £400 - £600

749 An 18ct gold ruby and seed pearl ring, three mixed cut stones flanked by six pearls in a marquise setting £80 - £120

741 An 18ct gold and diamond solitaire ring, the round brilliant cut claw set stone approx 0.8ct £1,500 - £1,800

750 An 18ct gold, aquamarine and diamond ring, set with a round cut stone, flanked with seven milgrain set diamond chips to shoulders, ring size L £150 - £250

742 An 18ct gold and diamond solitaire ring, the marquise cut diamond approx 1.15cts £2,000 - £2,200

743

743 An 18ct gold and diamond solitaire ring, the round brilliant cut claw set stone approx 0.75cts, ring size O £500 - £800

751

744 An 18ct gold and diamond three stone, round brilliant cut claw set stones £150 - £200

751 An 18ct gold, diamond and leather bracelet, by Oromalia, the leather strips bound by a gold frame set overall with round brilliant cut stones, 18ct gold clasp £400 - £600

745 An 18ct gold diamond solitaire ring, the old cut claw set stone centred to knife edge shoulders, ring size M £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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752

752 An 18ct gold, diamond and sapphire cross-over ring, the round cut claw set diamond approx 0.3cts, ring size O £300 - £500

759

760

757 An 18ct white gold and diamond half eternity ring, twelve princess cut stones set in double row millegrain, flanked by twenty eight round brilliant cut stones to shoulders, ring size P £200 - £300

753 An 18ct gold, opal and diamond ring, centred with a cabachon opal, flanked by six old cut diamonds, stylised gypsy shoulders, ring size M £250 - £350

758 An 18ct white gold and diamond ring, set with twelve round brilliant cut stones and three baguette cut, ring size P £600 - £700

754 An 18ct gold, sapphire and diamond ring, centred with a cushion cut sapphire surrounded by sixteen round brilliant cut diamonds, ring size M £400 - £600

759 An 18ct white gold and diamond three stone ring, the graduated old cut stones claw set in raised shoulders, ring size N £600 - £1,000

760 An 18ct white gold, tanzanite and diamond three stone ring, the central cushion cut tanzanite approx 2.5cts, flanked by two round brilliant cut diamonds, each approx 0.50ct, ring size Q £1,800 - £2,000 761 An Art Deco 15ct gold, platinum and diamond navette shape bar brooch, set with graduated old cut stones in a pierced millegrain frame, 5.5cm long £300 - £500

755

762 An Art Deco 18ct white gold, platinum and diamond shaped rectangular ring, centred with an old cut stone surrounded by further graduated millegrain set stones (one lacking), ring size L £300 - £500

755 An 18ct white gold and diamond cluster ring, set with thirty six graduated round brilliant cut stones, ring size O £300 - £500

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756

763 An Art Deco sapphire and diamond ring, centred with a large collet set cushion cut sapphire, approx 5cts, surrounded by sixteen rose cut diamonds, in turn surrounded by smaller sapphires, ring size N/O £600 - £800

756 An 18ct white gold and diamond entwined leaf ring, each petal set with two marquise and and two round brilliant cut stones, 3cm long, ring size K £1,500 - £2,000 For more images please visit

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764 An Edwardian 9ct gold and pearl hinged bangle, centred with a round pearl, surrounded by eight smaller in a star setting, six graduated pearls to shoulders £180 - £200

765 An Edwardian 9ct gold novelty hat pin, the terminal as the head of a golf club, 23cm long, James Fenton, Birmingham 1908 £40 - £60

766 An Edwardian diamond and sapphire ring, the scrolling openwork frame centred with a round cut sapphire, flanked by two old cut diamonds, graduated rose cut millegrain set diamonds throughout, ring size K/L £300 - £400

767 An Edwardian diamond and seed pearl brooch/ pendant, centred with a round old cut stone, encircled by twelve smaller, surrounded by ten seed pearls and diamonds in an openwork frame, millegrain set, suspending a graduated drop terminated by a pearl, 2.5cm wide £250 - £350

767

768 An Edwardian silver and amethyst glass novelty hat pin, the terminal as a Scottish thistle, 21.5cm long, Charles Horner, Chester 1907; another, the terminal as a knot, 18cm long, Charles Horner, Chester 1913; another, as an acorn; others, various dates and makers (13) £200 - £300 769 An unusual gold, ruby and diamond ring, set with a stepped cut ruby flanked by two diamond chips, ring size K £150 - £200

770 A white metal, diamond and ruby brooch, as a swallow, set throughout with old cut stones and a single ruby, suspending a diamond set heart drop from it’s beak, 4cm long £300 - £350

770

Paintings & Drawings

Surname of the artist: In our opinion a work of the school of the artist or in his style and of uncertain date

Any statement made in this catalogue as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, provenance or condition is not to be taken as a statement of fact but as a statement of opinion.

Attributed to: A tentative attribution based on style

Forename and surname of the artist: In our opinion a work by the artist

Signed: In our opinion the signature is that of the artist

Initials of the forname and the surname of the artist: In our opinion a work of the period of the artist which may be wholly or in part his work

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Day Two

Thursday 17th March at 1.30pm

Pictures, Prints & Books

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers

Ltd


771 J** Birkin (Early 20th Century) The Ferry, Wilford titled mount, watercolour, 35cm x 67cm 772 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) Yorick Dinner signed, pen and ink 31.5cm x 25.5cm

Watercolours

783 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) Moonlit Cathedral signed, pen and ink 26.5cm x 21cm

£60 - £100

784 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) Local Gossip signed, pen and ink 33cm x 24.5cm

£30 - £50

786 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘I Was Very Sorry To See You Young Men Coming Out Of A Public House On Saturday’, ‘So Were We, Lady - But You Must Come Out Sometime’ signed, pen and ink 20cm x 28cm £40 - £60

774 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘What’s The Time Son?’, ‘They’ll Be Open In About 10 Minutes’ signed, pen and ink 24.5cm x 30cm £40 - £60

787 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘Had uny breakfast Jock? No a drappie’ signed, pen and ink 31.5cm x 24cm

£50 - £70

776 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘Wade ashore, son, the tide’s rising - you’ll be drowned in five minutes’,‘I’ll be drowned in five seconds if I step off my pal’ signed, pen and ink 35.5cm x 27.5cm £60 - £100 777 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) Town Hall signed, pen and ink 33cm x 22.5cm

£40 - £60

789 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘But I Always Though A Blizzard Was Something You Found Inside A Chicken’ signed, pen and ink 15cm x 18.5cm £30 - £50 790 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘An’ While You’re Down There Keep An Eye Open For That Little Tin of Jujubes I Dropped Over’ signed, pen and ink 13.5cm x 17.5cm £30 - £50

£40 - £60

780 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘S’no use Nobby, he says he’s a stranger here himself ’ signed, pen and ink 20.5cm x 22.5cm £40 - £60

791 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘An’Talking Of Faces, I Saw One Like Yours Once - On A Slab In A Fish Shop’ signed, pen and ink 24cm x 29.5cm £40 - £60

781 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘Says ‘E Lost ‘Is Leg At Waterloo - Same Place Where Young Bert Lost ‘Is Wristwatch’ signed, pen and ink 24.5cm x 30.5cm £40 - £60 782 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) Old Sea Dog signed, watercolour 23.5cm x 17cm

792 Chinese School (19th Century) A Pair, Early Morning and Moonlit, off Macau gouache, 15cm x 23cm £180 - £220 793 Copley Fielding By the Rock watercolour, 12.5cm x 17cm

£40 - £60

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£60 - £100

788 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) Earnest Individual - ‘Young Man, Have You Noticed How Time Flies - The Fleeting Hours of Youth - The Golden Days That Swiftly Pass Away - Childhood’s Happy’ Wings ‘What’s The Game, Cuthbert, Selling Wristwatches?’ signed, pen and ink 45cm x 30.5cm £60 - £100

778 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘Then I give it to Miss Emma Cook’ ses Jack Bates signed, pen and ink 27cm x 31cm £40 - £60 779 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) The Letter signed, pen and ink 25cm x 24cm

£40 - £60

785 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘I’ll Take The Cash,Young Bert, And You’d Better Take Something Fer That Cough Of Yours’ signed, pen and ink 30.5cm x 24cm £40 - £60

773 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) ‘Whit’s Wrang Wi’Ye McNab D’Ye No Ken Yer Left From Yer Right?’, ‘Am Left Haundit, Sergent’ signed, pen and ink 24.5cm x 30cm £40 - £60

775 Will Owen (1869 - 1957) Westminster Cathedral signed, pen and ink 36.5cm x 23cm

£40 - £60

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£60 - £90


794 Cuthbert Gresley (1876 - 1963) Leaf Burning, before a farm signed, watercolour, 18.5cm x 26.5cm

806 Ernest Potter (Late 19th/Early 20th Century) A Pair, Poultry Before a Timber Framed Cottage signed, watercolours, 28.5cm x 44cm £60 - £100

£300 - £400

795 Denis Aldridge (Contemporary) Huntsman on a Bay Horse signed in pencil, dated 1966, watercolour, 258m x 35cm £100 - £150

807 Ernest Stuart (fl.1889-1903) Coastal Cove signed, watercolour, 26cm x 75cm 808 F** Evans (Early 20th Century) A Pair, Gardens in Bloom signed, watercolours, 36cm x 51cm

796 Denis Aldridge (Contemporary) Huntsman on a Grey Horse signed in pencil, dated 1965, watercolour, 28.5cm x 29cm £100 - £150 797 E Birkin Shardlow Clock Warehouse signed, watercolour, 33cm x 46cm

£50 - £70

£80 - £120

£40 - £60

798 Edward Lear (1812-1888) Seaford Head from Cuckmore Haven signed, titled, dated 1841, watercolour, 18cm x 30cm £1,500 - £2,000 799 English School (19th Century) A Pair, Longing pastels, 42cm x 32cm 800 English School (19th Century) Byron’s Daughter, Ada signed, watercolour, 20cm x 15cm

809

£300 - £500

809 Frank Gresley(1855 - 1936) New Pastures signed, watercolour, 17.5cm x 36cm

£50 - £80

£200 - £300

800A Edward Seago (1910 - 1974) East Coast Cottages signed in pencil, watercolour, 17cm x 26.5cm £300 - £500 801 English School (19th Century) Fox Scaring the Ducks mixed medium, 12cm x 10cm

802 English School (19th Century) Portrait of Chadbourn, full length watercolour, 23cm x 19cm; another (2)

£80 - £120 £80 - £120

803 English School (20th Century) A Set of Four, Castle Ruins, Coastal and Rustic Cottage watercolours, ovals, 16cm x 21cm £80 - £120

810

804 English School (20th Century) Ready to Go, a young girl with two greyhounds signed with initials T C, oil on canvas, 50cm x 71cm £200 - £300

810 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Barrow Church, Barrow on Trent, Derbyshire signed, dated 1908, watercolour, 29.5cm x 44.5cm £300 - £400

805 English School (Early 20th Century) Gig and Horses signed with monogram, watercolour, 13.5cm x 30cm £70 - £100 For more images please visit

810A In the manner of Alfred Grevin Victorious bears signature, seal, pencil, 21cm x 11cm 89

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£60 - £100


811 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Chellaston Church signed, watercolour, 21cm x 44cm

812 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Cottage at Dale Abbey signed, watercolour, 19.5cm x 27.5cm

811 £600 - £1,000 £300 - £400

813 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Cottage at Draycott signed, titled and dated 1900 to verso, watercolour, 19.5cm x 27.5cm £300 - £400 815

815 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Humpback Bridge and Thatched Cottage signed, watercolour, 18cm x 25cm

814

814 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Homeward Bound signed, watercolour, 29.4cm x 44cm

£300 - £500 816

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£120 - £180


816 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Swallow Falls signed, watercolour, 57cm x 84cm

821 Giuseppe Aureli (1858-1929) Cavalier siged, dated 1895 Paris, watercolour, 39cm x 27cm £180 - £220

£400 - £600

822 Harry William Adams (1868-1947) A Set of Three, Snowy Riverscape, Autumn Tree and The Valley signed with initials, pastels, 34cm x 40cm £60 - £100 823 Henry William Bunbury (1750-1811) The Weary Traveller watercolour, circular, 32cm diam £180 - £220 824 Italian School Coastal Scene gouache, 13cm x 24cm

817

817 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Thatched Cottage signed, watercolour, 18cm x 25cm

825 J W Topham Vinall (1873 -) Statue of Major-General Robert Clive from Green Park signed, watercolour, 34cm x 24cm £80 - £120

£200 - £300

826 J**W**Hutchinson (19th Century) Meandering River signed, watercolour, 31cm x 46cm

818 Frank W Scarbrough (fl.1890 - 1939) Moored Sailing Boats signed, watercolour, 17cm x 50.5cm, unframed £300 - £500

£60 - £100

827 James Garden Laing (Scottish 1852-1915) Coastal Village, with moored boats signed, dated 93, watercolour, 35cm x 50cm; another, smaller, 15cm x 22.5cm (2) £80 - £120

819 G** M** Avondale (pseudonym for Garman Morris, fl. 1900-1930) St Michael’s Mount signed, watercolour, 26cm x 36cm £50 - £70

828 James Stephen Gresley (1829 - 1908) The Rocky Torrent, with figures and cottage in the trees signed, watercolour, 30.5cm x 41cm £200 - £300

820 George Rosenberg (1825 - 1870) Still Life, Roses in a Bowl, Peaches, Grapes and Goblet watercolour, 29cm x 41cm £80 - £120

829 James Stephen Gresley (1829-1908) Going to Church signed, watercolour, 37cm x 27cm

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£50 - £70

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£150 - £200


830 James Stinton (1870 - 1961) Study for Porcelain, Pheasants watercolours, 5.5cm x 10cm

831 John Farley? (19th Century) Scottish Loch watercolour, label to verso, 16cm x 25cm

845 Michael Crawley Morning Shoot signed, watercolour, 22.5cm x 33cm

£150 - £200

846 Michael Crawley River Thames West India Dock signed, watercolour, 25cm x 33.5cm

£60 - £100

847 Michael Crawley River Thames,Tower Bridge signed, watercolour, 21.5cm x 32cm

832 John Miller Marshall (fl.1881 - 1927) Teignmouth Harbour signed, watercolour, 46cm x 70cm £120 - £180 834 M Bowker (20th Century) Summer Garden signed, watercolour, 23cm x 33cm

835 Marie Greaves A set of Three, Ripe Fruit signed, watercolours, ovals, 13cm x 17.5cm

848 Michael Crawley Snowy Day, Broadway, New York signed, watercolour, 22.5cm x 22.5cm

£60 - £90

849 Michael Crawley Strawberry Fields, New York signed, watercolour, 30cm x 20.5cm

£60 - £100

850 Michael Crawley The Hunt in Winter signed, watercolour, 26cm x 37cm

836 Michael Crawley A Pair, Flower Stalls by Madeleine, Paris and Cafe by the Seine signed, watercolours, 21cm x 28cm £80 - £120 837 Michael Crawley Central Park, New York signed, watercolour, 24.5cm x 35cm

838 Michael Crawley Chelsea Bridge, London signed, watercolour, 19.5cm x 36.5cm 839 Michael Crawley Diamond Jubilee, Reviewing the Fleet signed, watercolour, 30.5cm x 49cm 840 Michael Crawley Empire State Building, New York signed, watercolour, 31cm x 23cm

841 Michael Crawley Evening Cafe, on the Seine, Paris signed, watercolour, 24cm x 33.5cm 842 Michael Crawley Friar Gate, Derby signed, watercolour, 20.5cm x 26cm

843 Michael Crawley Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham signed, watercolour, 25cm x 37.5cm

844 Michael Crawley Meynell Hunt, above Kedleston, Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 24cm x 35.5cm

851 Michael Crawley The Chequers Inn,Ticknall, Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 24cm x 19.5cm

£40 - £60

852 Michael Crawley The Library, 42nd Street, New York signed, watercolour, 22.5cm x 27.5cm

£40 - £60

853 Michael Crawley The Morledge, Derby signed, watercolour, 23cm x 31cm

£100 - £150

854 Michael Crawley The Quay on the Seine, Paris signed, watercolour, 17cm x 27.5cm

£60 - £80

855 Michael Crawley Wet Day, Market Place, Derby signed, watercolour, 22.5cm x 33cm

£70 - £90

856 Michael Crawley Winter Morning Boulevard, Paris signed, watercolour, 20cm x 29cm

£40 - £60

857 Michael Crawley Woodland Road, Quardon signed, watercolour, 23.5cm x 33.5cm

£50 - £70

858 Montague Rivers (Early 20th Century) Young Maid, seated with a bible signed, watercolour, 35cm x 24.5cm

£70 - £90

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862

859 Percy Lancaster (1878-1951) The Garden Gate monogrammed, watercolour, 34cm x 24cm, unframed £50 - £80

863 Sir Leslie Ward Ward (1851 - 1922) William Cornwallis West signed Spy, watercolour, 39cm x 19cm; Denbighshire, a Vanity Fair chronolithograph print 37cm x 24.5cm (2)

William Cornwallis Cornwallis-West was a British politician. He was High Sheriff of Denbighshire in 1872, LordLieutenant of Denbighshire from 1872 to 1917, a Justice of the Peace for Hampshire and Denbighshire and an Honorary Colonel in the 4th Battalion of the Royal Welch Fusiliers. In 1885 he was returned to Parliament for Denbighshire West , a seat he held until 1892. £700 - £900

860 Pre-Raphaelite School (19th Century) Study for Stained Glass,The Desciple (sic) Whom Jesus Loved watercolour, arched, 37cm x 15.5cm £60 - £100 861 Raoul Dufy (1877-1953) The Three Graces signed and dated 1938, pen, ink and crayon, 43.5cm x 28cm

£200 - £300

862 Sir Leslie Ward Ward (1851 - 1922) Lord Stanley of Aderley signed Spy, watercolour, 27cm x 18cm

£400 - £600

863

864 Sydney Lawrence (19th Century) Italian Coastal Scene signed, watercolour, 28cm x 49.5cm

865 Theodore Zimmerman (20th Century) Une Belle Journee Sur La Plage Du Touquet signed, inscribed, studio stamp for the artist, pastel, 17cm by 22.5cm £1,000 - £1,500 865A W F Austin Darley Mill, Derby signed, watercolour, 21.5cm x 40.5cm

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£60 - £100

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£40 - £60


872 Alfred Wallis (1855-1942) Three Masted Ship, off lighthouse watercolour, gouache on cardboard, 34cm x 46cm £2,000 - £3,000 873 Alfred Heaton Cooper R.I. (1903-1995) Coastal Cottage signed, watercolour, 19cm x 27.5cm Provenance:The Raven Family £300 - £400 874 Alex Williams (Irish 1846 - 1930) Diamond Mountain, Kylemore, Connemara signed, titled, watercolour, 27cm x 47cm

£120 - £180

876 After Constable Blanchill Pond watercolour, 32cm x 41.5cm

£100 - £150

877 A W Henley (Late 19th Century) Returning Home, along the river path signed, oil on canvas, 28cm x 44cm

£300 - £400

875 After Frederick William Hayes A Surrey Farm signed, dated to verso 1915, watercolour, 25cm x 36cm £150 - £200

Oils

866 866 William Edwin Mosley (20th Century) Still Life, Ripe Fruit, Chalice,Tankard and Tray signed, watercolour,. 18.5cm x 14cm £200 - £300

878 A** Holb**ujel (20th Century) Airship of the Coast signed, oil on canvas, 75cm x 90cm

867 Chinese School (18th Century) A Pair, Chinese Musicians watercolours, the paper with George III watermarks, red cotton woven band, 48cm x 38cm £300 - £500

879 After Sir Joshua Reynolds General Tarleton oil on canvas, 115cm x 84cm

880 Alfred Montague (1832 - 1883) A Continental Harbour signed, oil on board, 16cm x 34cm

868 Augustus Osbourne Lamplough (1877 - 1930) Sunset at Luxor signed, titled, watercolour, 22cm x 60.5cm £100 - £150

881A In the Manner of Teniers A pair, A Quiet Smoke and Kitchen Duties oils on board 15.5cm x 11cm

870 Augustus Osbourne Lamplough (1877 - 1930) Ruins in the Nile Valley signed, titled, watercolour, 22cm x 60.5cm £100 - £150

£120 - £180

£180 - £220

882 Anaiali Nikolsky (Russian) Trees and Pond signed, dated 1962, oil on canvas, 49cm x 59cm £100 - £150

£80 - £120

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£100 - £150

881 Alfred Walter Bayes (1832-1909) Pleasant Reading signed, titled to verso, oil on board, 42cm x 32cm £180 - £220

869 Augustus Osbourne Lamplough (1877 - 1930) S. Maria Della Salute,Venice signed, titled, watercolour, 22cm x 60.5cm £100 - £150

871 Audrey Hines (19th Century) A Pair, At Sea and Mooring signed, watercolours, 24cm x 14cm

£60 - £100

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888

883 Arnesby Brown (1866 - 1955) Nottingham signed with initials, dated 87, oil on canvas, 90cm x 60cm

John Arnesby Brown was born in Nottingham in 1866. He studied at the Nottingham School of Art and then spent 18 months in London being tutored by landscape artist Andrew McCallum £300 - £400 884 Brian Plummer R.A. (Bn. 1934) Abstract Landscape mixed medium, 153cm x 153cm

This painting was purchased by the late Mr Lee Hall in the 1960’s from the Royal Academy Exhibition. Brian Plummer`s geometric abstractions of landscapes and still lives are discreetly coloured, yet dynamic showing a kind of purity and balance. £600 - £1,000

887 C** Wild (19th Century) Resting on the Woodland Path signed, dated 84, oil on canvas, 50cm x 40cm

885 Brian Tovey (Bn.1943) The Woodlands Cottage and Rabbit Family signed, oils on canvas, 29cm x 37cm

888 Campbell Archibald Mellon (1876-1955) Crest of the Hill signed, oil on canvas, 35cm x 52cm £1,000 - £1,500

886 Brian Woodhead A Farm at Mackworth signed, oil on board, 41cm x 76cm

887

£60 - £100

£40 - £60

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£60 - £100


889 Campbell Archibald Mellon (1876-1955) Valley of the Trent signed, oil on canvas, 35cm x 52cm £1,000 - £1,500

889

890 Carl Brenner (1838 - 1888) Above Bill Loch, on the Thames, with figures punting signed, oil on canvas, 41cm x 61cm £300 - £500 891 Charles L Shaw (fl.1880 - 1898) Near Castle Donington signed, dated 1890, oil on canvas, 29cm x 44.5cm £100 - £150 891A Charles Wyatt Warren (1908 - 1993) Bridge over the Lledr signed, oil on board, 23cm x 53.5cm £300 - £400

892 Charles Parson Knight (1829 - 1897) Aberdovey signed with initials, oil on canvas, 19cm x 39cm £80 - £120 893 Clarence Henry Roe (1850-1909) Highland Fishing signed, oil on canvas, 74cm x 125cm

£200 - £300

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896 894 Continental School Portrait of an 18th Century Gentleman, wearing a red robe oil on canvas, 76cm x 64cm, unframed £700 - £1,000 895 Continental School (Late 19th/early 20th Century) Prayers and Contemplation oil on panel, 61cm x 43cm £200 - £300 896 David Bates (1840 - 1921) Crossing the Brook signed, dated 1875, oil on canvas, 44cm x 75cm £600 - £700 897 David Martin (1887 - 1935) Busy Scottish Fishing Harbour signed, oil on canvas, 49cm x 74cm

£120 - £180

899 Dutch School (18th Century) The Town Gate oil on panel, 20.5cm x 25cm

£120 - £180

898 Donald C Towner (1903-85) Elm Row, Hampsted signed, dated 1956, oil on canvas, 79cm x 68cm £100 - £150

900 Dutch School (19th Century) Tavern Interior oil on panel, 31cm x 41cm

898

901 Dutch School (20th Century) Still Life, Open Garden Flowers, in 17th century Dutch style oil on canvas, 61cm x 46cm £80 - £120

£300 - £400

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902 E** Wells Bladen (Late 19th Century) The Cobbler signed, dated 1890, oil on board, 58cm X 41.5cm £200 - £250

907 English School (19th Century) Boy Reading a Book oil on vellum, c.1800, 45cm x 39cm

£700 - £900

908 English School (19th Century) Cottage in Devonshire oil on panel, 17cm x 14cm

£80 - £120

909 English School (19th Century) Expelling from the Steps oil on canvas, 126cm x 101cm

£200 - £400

905 English School (18th Century) Meandering River oil on canvas, 23cm x 28cm £120 - £180

910 English School (19th Century) Driving the Sheep oil on canvas, 59cm x 89cm

£60 - £100

906 English School (19th Century) A Toast to Life oil on board, 25cm x 22cm

911 English School (19th Century) Fishing Boats in Calm Waters oil on canvas, 30cm x 39.5cm

£180 - £220

903 Eleanor S Wood (20th Century) Still Life, Peaches and Grapes signed, oil on canvas, 19cm x 24cm

£30 - £50

904 English School (18th Century) A pair, Allegories of Justice and Constancy oval, oils on board, 24cm x 18.5cm £300 - £400

£50 - £80

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916 English School (19th Century) Rustic Child with Faggots and Berries indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 43cm x 35cm £100 - £150 917 English School (19th Century) The Country Stile oil on board, 7cm x 13cm 918 English School (20th Century) Cattle Watering oil on canvas, 36cm x 62cm

913 English School (19th Century) Harvesting oil on canvas, 50cm x 35cm, unframed 914 English School (19th Century) Portrait of a Military Gentleman oil on canvas, 90cm x 71cm 915 English School (19th Century) Ready for Rowing oil on canvas, 52cm x 34cm

£60 - £100

919 English School (20th Century) Derbyshire Cottage signed with initials P.W., oil on board, 29cm x 37cm £60 - £100

912

912 English School (19th Century) Gun Dog and Partridge oil on canvas, 29cm x 34cm

£40 - £60

920 English School (Late 18th/Early 19th Century) On the River oil on canvas, 44cm x 60cm £120 - £180

£100 - £150

921 English School (Late 19th Century) Daffodils That Come Before The Swallow Dares And Take The Winds of March With Beauty oil on panel, 22cm x 75cm £60 - £100

£40 - £60 £100 - £150

922 English School (Late 19th Century) On the River North Wales label to verso inscribed George Turner, oil on canvas, 42cm x 73cm £1,000 - £1,500

£120 - £180

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923 English School (Late 19th Century) The Thatched Boat House oil on canvas, 34cm x 29cm 924 Francesco Filosa (1910 - 1990) Cattell al Stabia signed, oil on canvas, 27.5cm x 38cm

927 Frank Hider (1861-1933) The Glory of the Setting Sun signed, oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 49cm

£200 - £300

928 Friedrich (Fritz) Raupp (German, 1871-1949) Awaiting the Return, a mother and her children on the beach signed, oil on canvas, oil on board, 50cm x 70cm £60 - £100

£1,200 - £1,800

925 Francis E Jamieson (1895 - (1950) Driving the Sheep, through the mountains, an extensive landscape at sunset signed, oil on canvas, 51cm x 76cm £150 - £200

929 G Cook (19th/20th Century) Sculling on the Thames signed, dated 92, oil on canvas, 50cm x 75cm £180 - £220

926 Francis E Jamieson (1895 - 1950) Gairloch, harvest time at sunset, an extensive landscape with figures and cottage signed, oil on canvas, 51cm x 76cm £150 - £200

930 G** Battisnell (20th Century) Steam and Sail, with battleship with Royal Standard and Union Jack signed, oil on board, 15cm x 29cm £150 - £200

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£100 - £150

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931 G.B.Torriglia (Italian) Sweet Music signed, oil on canvas, 69cm x 51cm

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935 For more images please visit

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932 George Armfield Resting Hounds signed, oil on canvas, 21.5cm x 28cm 933 George Clarkson Filling the Water Cart signed, oil on canvas, 74cm x 260cm

937 H Wilstone (Late 19th Century) A Pair, Portrait of Richard Franklen, 2nd Life Guards, only son of Thomas and Ann Franklen, Born 1801, Died 1883 and his Wife oil on canvas, 127cm x 102cm

£400 - £500

Richard Franklen of Clementstone Park JP DL (1801-1883) and his wife, Isabella Catherine (died 1874), fifth daughter of Thomas Mansel Talbot of Penrice Castle and Margam Park, Glamorgan, South Wales.

£600 - £1,000

Richard Franklen was educated at Westminster School, and served as a Lieutenant in the 2nd Life Guards (c. 1822) in the uniform of which he is here depicted, later also serving as High Sheriff of Glamorganshire in 1846. The Franklens were a local family who gradually built up a landed estate in the 18th century.The sitter’s grandfather John Franklen inherited property in the manor of Clase or Clas in Llansamlet from his brother William. He later acquired the Wilton estate and property in Llantwit Major, most of which he settled on his only surviving son,Thomas Franklen when in 1798

934 George Clarkson Stanfield (1828 - 1878) Mending the Boats signed, oil on canvas, 53cm x 87cm £3,000 - £4,000 935 George Nasmyth Langlands R.S.W. (d.1940) Estuary Fishing Village, at dusk, with figures and windmill signed and dated 1897, oil on canvas, 51cm x 76cm £600 - £1,000

Thomas married Ann, daughter of Richard Crawshay (17391810) the famous Merthyr Tydfil ironmaster. Thomas Franklen seems to have fallen into considerable debt, and gave all his property to the sitter, provided he paid all the debts, and paid his father an annuity of £900. Richard, then living at now demolished Baglan House, obtained an Act of Parliament to sell the settled properties Candleston and Merthyr Mawr church to Sir John Nichol in order to raise the money.

936 George William Leech (20th Century) Chelsea bridge signed, oil on canvas, 49cm x 64cm £180 - £220

In 1830 Richard married Isabella Catherine whose father bequeathed £10,000 as a marriage portion to each of his daughters. Richard used this money to buy the Clemenstone estatewhere he re-built the (also now demolished) house to the designs of David Vaughan, and where those portraits hung until the estate was sold in 1918. Richard and Isabella Franklen had one daughter,Anne Emma, who died unmarried, and two sons, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Richard Franklen, RA, of Baglan and Sir Thomas ManselFranklen of Clemenstone, the last male descendant of the Franklen family. C. R. Franklen had three daughters, the eldest, Evelyn, marrying Herbert Charles Richards Homfray of Penllyn Castle. The Clemenstone estate was finally disposed of in 1918. £1,000 - £1,500

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938 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Markeaton Brook, Derby signed, oil on canvas, 44.5cm x 60cm

£500 - £700

940 Irene Chappell (20th Century) West Highland Terriers signed, oil on canvas, 28cm x 33.5cm

£300 - £500

939 Harry Kingsley (1914 - 1990) Mock Auction, Manchester signed, dated 1950, signed again to verso, label, oil on canvas, 51cm x 61cm £200 - £300

938

939

941

941 Italian School (18th Century) Portrait of a Girl, wearing a green and purple robe, by a book oil on panel, oval, 21cm x 16cm £300 - £400 942 Italian School (19th Century) Lake and Mountain Scape oil on canvas, 40cm x 51cm

£80 - £120

943 J Heathcote Hunt Heage Windmill signed, dated 1977, to verso, oil on copper, 18cm x 23cm

This oil is one of two versions, the other was presented to H.M. Queen Elizabeth and displayed at Buckingham palace during the Silver Jubilee £60 - £100

940

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949 950 John Grain (Contemporary) Cavedale near Castleton, Derbyshire signed, oil on canvas, 39cm x 75cm

944 J** Boune (19th Century) A Pair, Still Life, Ripe Peaches, Grapes, Pineapple signed, oil on canvas, 24cm x 28cm £100 - £150

951 John Spencer A.R.C.A (Mid 20th Century) A Pair,The Farmstead and Barns signed, dated 1940,oil on board, 23cm x 34cm £60 - £100

945 J**Brown (20th Century) A Pair, Champion Pigeons, Old Light Head and Pencil Blue signed, dated 1927, oils on boards, 30cm x 39cm £200 - £300 946 J**O**Harris (20th Century) Lake District signed, oil on canvas, 60cm x 90cm 947 Jack M Ducker (1910 - 1930) A Pair, Driving the Sheep and Taking a Rest signed, oil on board, 39cm x 59cm 948 James Preston Woodland Walk, in autumn signed, oil on board, 49cm x 74cm

£40 - £60

£100 - £150

£80 - £120

£100 - £150

952

949 James W McIntyre (fl.1898) The Harbour Douglas, Isle of Man signed, dated 83, inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 34cm x 54cm £1,500 - £2,000 For more images please visit

952 John W Shaw (Early 20th Century) Mosque in Palestine signed, dated 1929, oil on canvas, 49cm x 74cm £150 - £200 105

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953 Josef Harencz (1899 - 1969) Hungarian Farmstead, before a lake signed, oil on canvas, 38cm x 48.5cm

956 Locyv (20th Century) Alpine Winter Village signed, dated 80, oil on canvas, 27cm x 38cm

£60 - £100

£50 - £80

954

954 Ken Turner (Contemporary) Buffalo and African Figures signed, oil on board, 70cm x 101cm

£300 - £400

957

955 Ildephonse Stocquart (Belgian, 1819-1889) The Coming Storm signed, oil on canvas, 101cm x 147cm £2,000 - £3,000

957 M* Thomas (c.1880) Portrait of a Lady, wearing a white dress, with rose posy signed, dated, oil on canvas, 58cm x 48cm £400 - £500

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959 Michael Brown (1854-1957) Fishing on the Coast signed, oil on canvas, 34.5cm x 44.5cm 960 Naive School (19th Century) Fowl in Farmyard oil on board, 22cm x 29cm 962 Owen Bowen (1873-1967) Still Life, Flowers in a Jug signed, oil on canvas, 49cm x 39cm

958

958 Mario Bordi (1896 - 1980) Inverno a Firenze signed, label to verso, dated 1965, oil on board, 50cm x 74cm £100 - £200

£50 - £80

£120 - £180

963 P**W** Warwick (Late 19th Century) Peeling the Vegetables signed, dated 83, oil on panel, 21cm x 16.5cm £80 - £120

959 For more images please visit

£3,000 - £4,000

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964 Philip Toon (Contemporary) On the Gallops signed, oil on board, 39cm x 75cm

967 Richard Eurich R.A. (1903-1992) Still Life, Forget-Me-Not, a vase of flowers signed, dated 66, oil on board, 34cm x 25.5cm £150 - £200

£100 - £150

965 R**Clemleux (Late 19th Century) Harvest Potatoes signed, dated 1862, oil on canvas, 81cm x 101cm £60 - £100

968

966

966 Richard Eurich R.A. (1903-1992) Still Life, Carnation, Glass Vase, Mug and Box signed, dated 57, oil on canvas, 19cm x 24.5cm

968 Richard Eurich R.A. (1903-1992) Still Life,Vase of Colourful Summer Flowers signed, oil on panel, 40cm x 28.5cm

£200 - £400

£200 - £400

969 Sheldon Williams At the Water Trough bears monogram, oil on panel, 22cm x 17cm £70 - £90

970

970 Stephen Park (Bn 1953) Labradors and Bay Horses signed, oil on canvas, 39cm x 49.5cm

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£400 - £600


975 971 T** H** Burgess Returning Home, along the riverside path signed, oil on canvas, 36cm x 53cm

£60 - £100

972 Terence Storey (Contemporary) Beached Fishing Boat signed, oil on hardboard, 48.5cm x 58cm

£100 - £150

973 Thomas Peat (18th Century) Portrait of a Gentleman, wearing a white stock and grey buttoned jacket oil on canvas, oval, 28cm x 22cm £100 - £150

976

976 W** Stanley (19th Century) Brentwell Farm signed, dated 1879, oil on canvas, 55cm x 78cm £400 - £600

974 Valentine Cameron Prinssep (Val Princep) (1838-1904) Girl in a Hat signed and dated 1881, oil on panel, 38cm x 28cm £250 - £350 975 W R B Shaw (19th Century) A Pair,The Royal Oak signed, oils on canvas, 29.5cm x 24.5cm

977 William Benner (1884-1964) Lavenham signed, oil on board, 35cm x 46cm

£300 - £500

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£50 - £70


978 William Cruickshank (1848-1922) Still Life, Apples, Grapes and Sweetcorn, on a mossy ground signed, on board, 19.5cm x 15cm £120 - £180

981

979 William E Pettingale (exh.1889-1908) Resting in an Extensive Landscape signed, oil on canvas, 50cm x 74cm £300 - £400 980 William Eddowes Turner (1820 -1885) Recumbent Cows inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 40cm x 60cm

982

£150 - £200

982 William Lakin Turner (1867 - 1936) Over Buttermere signed, oil on canvas, 48cm x 73

981 William Henry Crome (1806-1873) View near Norwich signed, oil on canvas, 29cm x 39cm £1,000 - £1,500

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£500 - £800


984

985 Agnes M. Cowieson (1882 - 1940) Seaside Donkeys signed, oil on canvas, 24.5cm x 31.5cm £2,000 - £3,000 986 After Adam Elsheimer The Flight Into Egypt oil on panel, 22cm x 18.5cm 987 English School (Late 19th Century) Deer in a Woodland Glade oil on board, 47cm x 59cm

983

983 James Longueville (1942 - ) Ploughed Feild by a Covert signed, oil on canvas, 39cm x 60cm 984 Alfred de Bréanski (1852-1928) Evening Skies signed, oil on canvas, 29cm x 50cm

£60 - £100

988 Edward Fuller-Maitland (20th Century) Bassin des enfants and In My Garden signed, oil on panels, 25cm x 35cm £60 - £100

£300 - £500

£2,000 - £3,000

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£300 - £400

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993

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989 Abraham Hulk Junior and G A Freezor Going to Market inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 44cm x 24cm £150 - £200 990 **Challacombe (20th Century) Gyspy Encampment signed, dated 30, oil on canvas, 44cm x 56cm

£50 - £70

996

996 Beryl Cook, after, Shoe Shop, offset lithograph print, limited edition 145/650. 45cm x 45cm £300 - £500

991

991 George Bissill (1896-1973) Winter Hampshire Lane signed, oil on board, 14cm x 18.5cm

£100 - £150

992 J** Williamson (Early 20th Century) A Paris Street signed, dated 04, oil on canvas, 91cm x 116cm £1,000 - £1,500 993 William Watson (19th Century) Inquisitive Calves signed, dated 1859, oil on canvas, 47cm x 59cm £2,000 - £3,000

Prints

994 An interesting folio of 19th century watercolours and prints, various subjects, marine, landscape, street scenes, book designs, etc £100 - £150 995 Arnst, after, Farlane, by, Market Place, Nottingham, the largest commercial square in the kingdom, engraving, 33cm x 49.5cm; Knuff, after, Kip, by, Wollaton Hall in the County of Nottingham, monochrome engraving, 39cm x 53cm (2) £40 - £60 For more images please visit

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997 Beryl Cook, after, Strip Poker, offset lithograph print, limited edition 450/650. 59cm x 34cm £300 - £500 113

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1004 George Finch Mason (1850 - 1915), after, a set of four, Horeat Etona, A Cracker over the Grass, Une Bonne Historie and A Case of Real Distress, monochrome prints heightened in white, published December 14th 1886 by Messers Fores, 41 Piccadilly W, London £40 - £60

998

1005

998 Beryl Cook, after, Tango in Bar Sur, coloured print, limited edition 228/650. 45cm x 28cm £300 - £500

1005 Gerard Anthony Coles (1929-2004), Face of a Girl, woodcut, signed in pen, 1958, limited edition 5/100, 20cm x 15cm

999 Damian Hurst (Bn. 1965) VIP Drinks Mat, Pharmacy Bar Restaurant, Notting Hill, 2003, framed £250 - £300

Gerald Anthony Coles a printmaker of monotypes and woodcuts, an artist and a stained glass designer. Cole attended Luton School of Art. and was employed at the Harper and Hendra Studios in Harpenden where he helped in the design and manufacture of stained glass. In 1951 Cole attended Slade School of Art in London and was taught by avant-garde artists such as Graham Sutherland and Henry Moore. £60 - £100

1000 David Shepherd (bn.1931 - ), The Waterhole Trilogy No. 1, coloured print, signed in pencil, 33cm x 22.5cm, limited edition 199/1,000 £60 - £100 1001 David Shepherd (bn.1931 - ), The Waterhole Trilogy No. 2, coloured print, signed in pencil, 19cm x 27.5cm, limited edition 199/1,000 £60 - £100

1006 Gerard Anthony Coles (1929-2004), Naked Man, woodcut, signed in pen, 1958, limited edition 5/10, 16cm x 21.5cm £50 - £70

1002 David Shepherd (bn.1931 - ), The Waterhole Trilogy No. 3, coloured print, signed in pencil, 19cm x 27.5cm, limited edition 199/1,000 £60 - £100

1007 Gerard Anthony Coles (1929-2004), Wrestlers, woodcut, signed in pen, 1958, 36cm x 25.5cm, unframed £40 - £60

1003 Ethnography/Travel - an interesting folio of 19th century Italian coloured plates, African, Asian and native American tribal art, customs, religion and costume, , various titled subjects, Ciurmadore Indiano, Li Magadoresi Pongono le ceneri de’ loro defunct nelle Caver, America Meridionale, Asia Settentrionale, others (qty) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

1008 Gerard Anthony Coles (1929-2004), Wrestlers, woodcut, signed in pen, 1958, limited edition 1/50, 36cm x 25.5cm, unframed £50 - £70 114

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1017 A pair of 19th century coloured engravings, Fencing, published 1783, 10cm x 19cm; others, stipple engravings (4) £40 - £60

1009 Gerard Anthony Coles (1929-2004), Wrestlers, woodcut, signed in pen, 1958, limited edition 10/50, 36cm x 25.5cm, unframed £50 - £70

1018 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), Elvis, monochrome print, signed Pietro Psaier, dated 79, AP, 38cm x 54cm £250 - £300

1010 Graham Clarke (bn.1941), by and after, Left, Right, Oops, coloured etching, signed in pencil, titled, , 36cm x 54cm, limited edition 195/250 £120 - £180

1019 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), Gay Thrills, Advert Series, fruitwood and mixed media, signed Pietro Psaier, AP, 77, 34cm x 27cm £100 - £150

1020 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), Heartbreakers, Denny Cordel Shelt Records Edition, fruitwood, mixed media, signed Pietro Psaier, 77, 34cm x 45cm £100 - £150 1021 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), Ramones Fo Depresso, fruitwood and mixed media, signed Pietro Psaier, series artists proof, 67cm x 46cm £100 - £150 1022 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), Sex Pistols We’re So Pretty, fruitwood and mixed media, signed Pietro Psaier, dated 79, AP,37cm x 33cm £150 - £180

1011

1023 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), Something Better Change, colour print, signed Pietro Psaier, dated 79, AP, 49cm x 33cm £150 - £200

1011 Graham Clarke (bn.1941), by and after, Rue de Waking, coloured etching, signed in pencil, titled, 58cm x 72cm, limited edition 71/400 £180 - £220

1024 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), The Wild Ones, coloured print, signed Pietro Psaier, Malibu, AP, 36cm x 32cm £100 - £150

1012 Jackson, John Baptist, (1701-1780?) by, Tintoretto, (Jacopo Comin 1518 - 1594), after, The Massacre of the Innocents, chiaroscuro woodcut, published as one of twenty-four prints and originally issued in portfolio with title Titiani Vecelii, Pauli Caliarii, Jacobi Robusti et Jacobi de Ponte, inscribed to centre Inscription, center bottom: Illustrissimo, / et Praeclaro Viro Dno. Dno. / SMART LETHIEULLIER / EruditÊ Antiquitatis Studioso / Investigatori, Tabellam hanc / Jacobi Robusti in sui / obsequium D. D. D. J: B: Jackson, 40cm x 54cm £100 - £150

1025 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), The Wild Ones, coloured print, signed Pietro Psaier, Malibu, AP, 36cm x 32cm £100 - £150 1026 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), Uk Edition Stranglers, fruitwood and mixed media, signed Pietro Psaier, AP 677, 20cm x 27.5cm £100 - £150 1027 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), Verso of a Dollar, signed Pietro Psaier, dated 83, AP, 23cm x 18cm £100 - £150

1013 Jank Angelo, after, The Iron Defense, coloured lithograph, dated 1902, 74.5cxm x 54cm £40 - £60 1014 Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, 1760-1849), coloured wood block prints, various (3) £60 - £100

1028 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), Bag One Series, monochrome print, signed Pietro Psaier, AP, proof edition stamp, studio proof seal, 59cm x 59cm £100 - £150

1016 A** W** Wilson, a portfolio,When in Rome, twelve etchings/aquatints, signed by and numbered by the artist, 1976; etc (2) £40 - £60

1030 Ward, by, Beechy, after, His Majesty Reviewing the Third or Prince of Wales Regiment of Dragoon Guards and the Tenth or Prince of Wales Regiment of Light Dragoons, monochrome engraving, 58.5cm x 67cm £40 - £60

1015 Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, 1760-1849), coloured wood block prints, various including 100 Views of Mt Fuji; Shuneko; From Rissai Gate; Portrait of Tokugawa, others (13) £60 - £100

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1029 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004), Back Page Edition NME Hard Rock Hotel, fruitwood and mixed media, signed Pietro Psaier, dated 77, AP, 16cm x 12cm £100 - £150

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1031 William Lency, by, Hackert, after, Harriers, for William Beckford, coloured engraving, published 1799 by J & J Boydell, 50cm x 63.5cm £40 - £60

1044 Ogilby (John), The Continuation of the Road from London to Barwick, beginning at Stilton & Extending to Tuxford, hand coloured, 34cm x 46cm £40 - £60

1033 The Fancy Fair, Princes Park, Liverpool,. August 1849, a monochrome proof engraving, 32cm x 51cm £60 - £80

1050 Burkes Landed Gentry - Centenary Edition, 1937; Burkes Peerage and Baronetage 1938; Whitakers Peerage, Baronage, Knightage and Companionage 1938; Who’s Who 1953;The BLG 1937 £200 - £300

Books and Manuscripts

1032 William Russell Flint, by and after, Le Quatorze Juillet, coloured print, signed in pencil, published by Frost & Reed Limited, 45.5cm x 63cm £300 - £400

1034 W H Mote, by, J Hayter, after, a set of three and one other engravings, beauties, oval, 25cm x 20cm £60 - £100

1051 .- Binding Hardy (Thomas) JUDE THE OBSCURE, vol. VIII of the Wessex Novels series, fine morocco binding by Bayntun Riviere, 1896; Egan (Pierce, illust. I. R and G Cruickshank) LIFE IN LONDON chromolithographed plates throughout, publisher’s cloth, a little rubbed, n.d. [c.1821], 8vo: and 14 others, general English literature including 3 odd volumes of The Yellow Book and assorted bindings (16). £100 - £150

1035 John Fairburn, (publ.), Lady Godiva Riding Through Coventry, coloured engraving, 18cm x 13.5cm, maple frame £30 - £50

1036 After Spy (Sir Leslie M Ward) 1851-1922, Greece, published by Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, for Vanity Fair Feb 11th 1888, chromolithograph coloured print, 34.5cm x 19.5cm; others, Kim, April 22 1882; Two-and-Eighty, July 26 1884; Trafalgar Square Aug 25 1888; Blenheim PAlace, Sept 22nd 1898 (5) £60 - £100

1052 .- Bindings Bartlett (et al) THE POEMS, LETTERS, AND LAND OF ROBERT BURNS... 2 vol., additional engraved titles and portrait frontispieces, engraved plates throughout, a little light spotting, bookplates on front paste down, fine half calf over patterned boards, spines giltstamped and bearing the cartouche of the Earls of Swinton, 4to, n.d. [c.1860]. £100 - £150

1040 John Speed (1552-1629), a two-page map, The Countie of Nottingham Described, the Shire Townes Situation and the Earls Thereof Observed; published, performed by John Speede and are to be Sold in Popes Head Alley by John Sudbury and George Humble, Cum Privilegio, with pictorial cartouche, inset town plan for Nottingham, coats-of-arms for John Mowbray, Rich D of York and others, 40cm x 53cm; another, Notingamiae, 26cm x 32cm (2) £30 - £50

1053 .- Bindings Fletcher (J.S.) PICTURESQUE HISTORY OF YORKSHIRE 6 vol., plates, including chromolithographs, bookplates on front pastedowns, g.e., contemporary fine half morocco, spines gilt, 4to, n.d. [c.1900] £100 - £150

1054 .- Bindings Lydekker (Richard, ed.) THE ROYAL NATURAL HISTORY 6 vol., 72 chromolithographed plates, contemporary fine half morocco, spines gilt, 4to, 1893-96; Farmer (J. Bretland) THE BOOK OF NATURE, 6 vol., publisher’s pictorial cloth, 4to, n.d. [c.1900] (12) £80 - £120

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1041 Buck (Samuel & Nathaniel), The South Prospect of Nottingham, March 25th, 1743, hand coloured engraved city panorama, descriptive text below image, one central fold, one small marginal fold just affecting image, 31cm x 80.5cm £50 - £80

1055 .- Bindings Mitford (William) THE HISTORY OF ANCIENT GREECE 8 vol. only (of 10), fine half-calf over patterned boards, 1814; Rollin (M.) THE ANCIENT HISTORY OF THE EGYPTIANS, CARTHAGINIANS... 6 vol.,half-titles, engraved frontispiece vol. 1, 6 folding engraved maps, publisher’s blind-stamped cloth, Edinburgh, 1839; Macaulay (T. B.)THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND... 5 vol, contemporary halfcalf over patterned boards, New York, n.d., [c.1880]; and 7 others, similar, historical sets, 4to & 8vo (26). £200 - £300

1042 Cary, John, after, a coloured map, A New Map of Northumberland, Divided into Wards Exhibiting Its Roads, Rivers, Parks &c, published London 1807, 54cm x 48cm; others, similar ; Cheshire, 1833; Worcestershire, 1801; Durham, 1801; Herefordshire, 1801; another, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, Central America, Including Texas, California and the Northern States of Mexico; others (9) £60 - £100

1056 .- Bindings Pindar (Peter, Pseud. John Wolcot) THE WORKS OF PETER PINDAR ESQ. 4 vol., portrait frontispiece vol., 1., titles a little browned, bookplates on front free-endpapers, fine calf, rebacked with original spines laid down, gilt with morocco spine lables, 8vo, J.Walker, 1794-96. £100 - £150

1043 Ogilby (John), The Continuation of the Road from Nottingham to Grimsby, hand coloured, 34cm x 46cm £40 - £60 For more images please visit

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1057 .- Bindings Pugin (August) SPECIMENS OF GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE 2 vol., additional engraved titles and engraved plates throughout, a little light foxing mostly to titles, fine half calf over patterned boards, spine blindstamped with morocco inlays, 4to, 1823. £100 - £150

1067 [Forrester (Alexander)] CASES IN EQUITY DURING THE TIME OF LORD CHANCELLOR TALBOT..., bookplate and contemporary ink ownership inscription on title and front pastedown, contemporary panelled reverse calf, hinges weak, folio, H. Lintot, 1741. £100 - £200

1058 .- Bindings Scott (Sir Walter) THE NOVELS... 5 vol. In 10, engraved plates throughout, half calf over patterned boards, spine tooled in blind and gilt, 8vo, Edinburgh, 1843. £100 - £150

1068 A’Becket (Gilbert Abbott) THE COMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND 2 vol., 20 hand-coloured plates by John Leech, occasional additional naive hand-colouring to the vignettes, original spines bound in at rear, modern morocco, 8vo, 1847-53; Hood (Thomas) THE COMIC ANNUAL, illustrations by John Leech, original calf-backed illustrated boards, 8vo, 1836. (3) £150 - £100

1059 .- RULES, ORDERS AND NOTICES IN THE COURT OF KING’S BENCH FROM THE SECOND OF KING JAMES I TO...FIFTEENTH OF KING GEORGE II 1741, contemporary calf, rubbed, top board loose, folio, 1742. £100 - £200

1069 Aleyn (John) SELECT CASES...REPORTED..., imprimateur leaf, contemporary calf, ruled in blind, top board detached, folio, R. Pawlet, 1681. £100 - £200

1060 .- THE TRYAL OF THOMAS EARL OF MACCLESFIELD... FIRST EDITION, imprimateur leaf, bookplate on front pastedown, contemporary panelled calf over boards, worn, joints splitting, folio, S. Buckley, 1725. £100 - £150

1070 Allan (Thomas) China, in a series of views. Four volumes in two, 113 only of 124 engraved plates, some boxed, contemporary calf, gilt and blind stamped, warn protected with modern wrappers, 1843. £120 - £180

1061 :- SOUVENIR OF SCOTLAND..., 120 chromolithographed plates, original publisher’s patterned cloth, 4to, 1895. £40 - £60

1071 Bible.- THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER contemporary reversed calf, worn, morocco label on top board bearing name of Moses Benson and the date 1786, 4to, Oxford,T. Wright and W, Gill, 1775. ***Moses Benson A British West Indies merchant and Liverpool slave trader. £100 - £200

1062 [Addison et al] THE SPECTATOR, 8 vol., half-title vol. 1, contemporary speckled calf, 8vo, J. Wood, Edinburgh, 1761; Jerome (Jerome K. & Barr R., eds) THE IDLER, vol. 14, publisher’s cloth, gilt, 8vo, 1892-94 (12) £150 - £200

1072 Bible.- THE HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS, engraved initials throughout, Herbert 935; bound with THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER... contemporary reversed calf, boards detached but held by binding, Oxford, J. Baskett, 1705. £100 - £200

1063 [Bacon (Matthew)] A NEW ABRIDGEMENT OF THE LAW BY A GENTLEMAN IN THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, 5 vol., some finger wear to edge of first few pages, contemporary ink signature to front pastedowns, contemporary calf, stamped and ruled in blind, worn, folio, E. & R. Nutt, 1736 (5). £100 - £200

1073 Bible.- THE NEW TESTAMENT OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST fine calf binding stamped in blind with cartouche in centre of boards, a little light rubbing, small 4to, Darton and Harvey, 1792. £100 - £150

1064 [Barnard (Edward) THE NEW, COMPREHENSIVE AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF ENGLAND] lacking title and first few pages, engraved plates throughout, contemporary calf, worn, folio, [1785]. £100 - £200

1074 Bibles.- three nineteenth century bibles, one with plates but lacking a title (3) £40 - £60

1065 [Darwin (Erasmus)], THE BOTANIC GARDEN, mixed edition vol 1. first edition vol. 4 fourth edition, tree calf, hinges starting, spine gilt with morocco spine labels, 8vo, J. Moore, Dublin, 1791 and 1796 (2) £100 - £200

1075 Binding.- Watson (William) LYRIC LOVE AN ANTHOLOGY contemporary ink inscription to front pastedown, fine binding by Bumpus, crushed morocco, g.e., gilt-stamped, 8vo, 1892; Langhorn (Dr [John]) THE FABLES OF FLORA uncoloured engraved plates throughout, contemporary tree calf, skillfully rebacked, 8vo, T. Rickaby, 1794; and 18 others, similar, fine and prize bindings (20). £100 - £200

1066 [Forrester (Alexander)] CASES IN EQUITY DURING THE TIME OF LORD CHANCELLOR TALBOT..., bookplate and contemporary ink ownership inscription on front pastedown, contemporary calf, tooled in blind, folio, H. Lintot, 1741. £100 - £200 For more images please visit

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1084 Bulstrode (Edward) THE REPORTS OF EDWARD BULSTRODE... contemporary calf ruled in blind, top board detached, 4to, for W. Lee et al, 1657. £100 - £200

1076 Bindings.- 18 nineteenth-century tooled leather bindings, mostly in good condition, including one with gauffered g.e., 8vo and smaller; and 19 other odd volumes (37) £100 - £200

1085 Burns (Robert) WORKS... 5 vol., half-titles, engraved portrait frontispiece and list of subscribers in vol. 1, bookplates of the Earls Cowper of Panshanger on front pastedowns, contemporary sheep, rubbed at extremities, hinges starting, 8vo, Liverpool, J. M’creery, 1800-08. £200 - £300

1077 Bindings.- Savile (George, Marquis of Halifax) THE COMPLETE WORKS, g.e., fine crushed morocco binding ruled in gilt bearing ornate diamond pattern and ‘H’ monograph on boards, spine faded, 1912; Prescott (William H.) THE CONQUEST OF MEXICO, 3 vol., engraved half-titles, bookplates on front pastedowns, contemporary calf with original spines laid down, 1855; Burnet (Gilbert) HISTORY OF HIS OWN TIME 4 vol., contemporary half calf over patterned boards, 1818, 8vo; and 10 others, similar, fine and prize bindings (18). £100 - £200

1086 Burrow (Sir James) REPORTS OF CASES ADJUDGED IN THE COURT OF THE KING’S BENCH..., 5 vol., numerous contemporary and later ink ownership inscriptions on front free endpapers and pastedowns, contemporary blind-stamped calf, some boards loose or detached, folio, for E. Brooke, 1777-1780 (5). £100 - £200

1078 Blackstone (William) REPORTS OF CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS AND EXCHEQUER CHAMBER... FROM EASTER TERM 28th GEO III 1788...TO HILARY TERM 36th GEO III 1796. 2 vol., contemporary ink ownership signatures to front pastedowns, contemporary calf rubbed, folio, A. Strahan and W. Woodfall, 1791-1796. £200 - £300

1087 Campbell (Lord) THE LIVES OF THE LORD CHANCELLORS... 7 vol., original publisher’s cloth, stamped in blind and gilt, spine ends worn, 8vo, 1848 (7). £60 - £80

1088 Cay (John) AN ABRIDGEMENT OF PUBLICK STATUTES IN FORCE AND USE... 2 vol., contemporary calf, worn, joints cracked, folio, 1739. £100 - £200 1089 Chemistry - The Art of Distillation or, a Treatise of the Choicest Spagiricall Preparations...to which is added the London Distiller, E. Cotes for Thomas Williams (London 1653) £60 - £100

1079 Blyton (Enid) FIVE GO OFF TO CAMP, 1948; FIVE GET INTO TROUBLE, 1949; FIVE FALL INTO ADVENTURE, 1950; FIVE ON A HIKE TOGETHER, 1951, dustjackets in excellent condition; FIVE GO OFF IN A CARAVAN, 1946 FIRST EDITIONS publisher’s boards, dustjackets, 8vo; and 5 others, by Blyton, later editions (10). £100 - £200

1090 Cookery.- [Glasse (Hannah pseud. A Lady)] THE ART OF COOKERY a little light foxing to title, contemporary calf, a little rubbed, 8vo, A. Millar, R.Tonson et al, 1767. £200 - £300

1080 Loudon, J.C. The Derby Arboretum, containing A Catalogue of the Tress and Shrubs, included in it: a Description of the Ground and Directions for their Management, London, Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1840 £100 - £200

1091 Cooking.- Mollard (John) THE ART OF COOKERY... 12 engraved plates, one loose, modern cloth, 8vo, 1808. £ 150 - £200 1092 Crane (Walter, illust.) A MASQUE OF DAYS, chromolithographed plates throughout, ownwership inscription to box on half title, publisher’s illustrated cloth-backed boards, lightly rubbed, corners slightly bumped, but overall a good copy 4to, 1901. £60 - £100

1082 Bosanquet (John Barnard) and Puller (Christopher) REPORTS OF CASES ARGUED AND ADJUDGED IN THE COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS AND EXCHEQUER CHAMBER...FROM EASTER TERM 36 GEO III 1796...[TO 44 GEO III 1804...] 3 vol., contemporary calf, worn, some boards loose, folio, W. Strahan ,1800-04. £100 - £200

1093 Croke (Sir John) THE FIRST -[THIRD] PART OF THE REPORTS OF SIR GEORGE CROKE..., 3 vol., engraved portrait frontispiece in each vol. Contemporary ink ownership signatures to titles, contemporary calf, ruled in blind, worn at extremities, folio, R. Rawlins et al, 1883 (3). £100 - £200

1083 Boswell (James) LIFE OF JOHNSON 6 vol., engraved frontispieces, 1896; Dickens (Charles) Works, Author’s Favourite Edition, 15 vol., publisher’s cloth, n.d. [c.1910]; Rose (Rev. Hugh James) A NEW GENERAL BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY... 12 vol., bookplate of Lord Manvers on front pastedown, contemporary half morocco over patterned boards, 1857; and 22 others, 4to & 8vo (55) £80 - £120 For more images please visit

1094 Cuningham (Thomas) A NEW AND COMPLETE LAW-DICTIONARY..., 2 vol., contemporary ink signature to front pastedown, contemporary calf, stamped and ruled in blind, worn, folio, S. Crowder, 1764 (2). £100 - £150

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1095 Dalton (Michael) OFFICIUM VICECOMITUM. THE OFFICE AND AUTHORITY OF SHERIFFS..., contemporary ink ownership inscription on front pastedown, contemporary calf, tooled in blind, hinges weak, rubbed, folio, R. Atkins, 1700. £100 - £200

1101 Fielding (Henry, ed. J. P. Browne) WORKS 11 vol, fine bindings, tree calf by Bickers, gilt-stamped, 8vo, 1871-2. £300 - £500

1102 Fleetwood (William) CHRONICON PRECIOSUM, OR AN ACCOUNT OF ENGLISH GOLD AND SILVER MONEY... second edition, 12 engraved plates, later half calf, 8vo, 1745, Goldsmiths 8173, Kress 4758. £60 - £80

1096 Derbyshire - Newspapers - Derby Postman, Vol. I nos. 26 (25/5/1721) & 32 (6/7/1721),British Spy, or Derby PostmanVol., I Nos. III (20/4/1727) & XXIV (28/9/1727); Vol. III Nos. CLXXV (8/10/1730), CLXXVIII (29/10/1730), CLXXXVII (31/12/1730) & CLXXXVIII (7/1/1730/1); The Derby Mercury, Vol. XLIII Nos. 2183 (11-18/2/1774) &2205 (15-22/7/1774);Vols. XLV Nos. 2283 (12-19/1/1776) & 2297 (19-26/4/1776) & Vol. XLIX No. 2514 (30/6-7/7/1780) (13)

This newspaper was founded as the Derby Postman in 1719 although was only published sporadically at first. Vol. 1 No. 26 is only dated 25th May 1721. It was re-founded by printer Samuel Hodgkinson in 1726 as the British Spy, or Derby Postman and ran until 1731. Another Derby printer, Ald. Samuel Drewry (died 1769), whose house and printing works were in the building on the corner of Iron Gate and Sadler Gate now occupied by Lloyd’s Bank in Derby, announced a new paper on 23rd March 1732, Drewry’s Derby Mercury, later just the Derby Mercury. It was announced to the Gentlemen, as all subsequent editions had to be paid for at 2d per issue then of but four pages. The first edition (Vol. I No. 1) was published on Thursday 30th March and came out thereafter every Thursday evening to be “immediately sent to the houses of subscribers.” It later became daily and lasted until competition from the Derby Daily Telegraph killed it and it was taken over by the Derbyshire Advertiser in 1930 “ £80 - £120

1103

1103 Fore-edge painting.- Cowper (William) THE POETICAL WORKS additional engraved title and engraved portrait frontispiece, contemporary fine binding crushed morocco, blind- and gilt-stamped, g.e., fore-edge painting, 8vo, 1855

The subject of the fore-edge painting is St. Nicholas Church, East Dereham, Norfolk £100 - £200 1104 Forestier (Amedee and W. T. Ormond) BELGIUM, 1908; Martin (T. M. and W. Campbell) CANADA, 1907; Whitehead (F. and C. Holland) WARWICKSHIRE, 1906; Ball (W. and Rev.T.Varley) HAMPSHIRE, 1909 FIRST EDITIONS; Palmer (S. and A. R. H. Moncrieff) BONNIE SCOTLAND, 1912; Mulock (Dinah Maria) JOHN HALIFAXGENTLEMAN, 1912; Addison (Albert Christopher) THE ROMANTICISM OF THE PURITAN FATHERS, Boston, 1912; Pouchet (F. A.) THE UNIVERSE 4 vol, subscription edition, 8 chromolothographed plates, 1874; publisher’s pictorial cloth (11). £60 - £100

1097 Derbyshire.- Auction Catalogue.- FURTHER PORTIONS OF THE ESTATES OF HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF RUTLAND K.G. SITUATED IN...BAKEWELL with prices realised written in pencil, original wrappers, folio, 1920 £60 - £80

1098 Dickens (Charles) WORKS 35 vol., National Edition one of 750 copies, half-titles, engraved plates throughout, tissue-guards, publisher’s cloth, 8vo, 1906-08. £300 - £400 1099 Durnford (Charles) and East (Edward Hyde) REPORTS OF CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE COURT OF THE KINGS BENCH...FROM MICHAELMAS TERM 26th GEORGE III[...TO TRINITY TERM 40 GEORGE III]. 8 vol., contemporary ink ownership inscriptions, contemporary calf, some boards worn or detached, folio, 1787-1800. £200 - £300

1105 Grimston (Sir Harbottle) THE SECOND PART OF THE REPORTS OF SIR GEORGE CROKE KNIGHT...OF KINGS-BENCH...engraved portrait frontispiece, contemporary leather, 4to, T. Newcomb and W. Godbid, 1659; and 9 other odd legal volumes (10). £60 - £80 1106 Incanabula.- Godfray (Thomas, printer) Chaucer (Geoffrey) WORKS, a single ms. leaf folio CXXII only, 1532. £100 - £150

1100 Dykes (W.R) notes on tulip species. Fifty-four chromolithographed plates, original cloth, dust-jacket, worn with library self mark, folio, 1930. £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1107 1113 Latham (Charles) THE GARDENS OF ITALY 2 vol., publisher’s cloth, folio, 1905. £80 - £120

1107 Incanabula.- Pynson (Richard, printer) Boccaccio (Giovanni) FALL OF PRINCES a single ms. leaf, folio CXCVI only, half-page woodcut engraving, 1527 £100 - £200

1108 Incanabula.- Wynkyn de Worde (Printer) Voragine (Jacobus de) THE GOLDEN LEGEND single ms. leaf, folio,CCXXI only,, marginal note in pencil, top corners trimmed, 1498. £100 - £200

1114 Legal works.- Lichfield.- THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF LICHFIELD... Lichfield, 1830, bound within AN ACT FOR DIVIDING, INCLOSING AND SELLING THE WASTE LANDS...IN THE...CITY OF LICHFIELD... contemporary half calf over cloth 1815; Ms. book of estates in the Lichfield area, dated 1799, contemporary half calf over patterned boards; and ten others, including ms. daybooks and individual bound Acts, notes and documents. £100 - £200

1109 India.- THE HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE IMPERIAL VISIT TO INDIA 1911 lithographed and chromolithographed plates and vignettes, folding panorama, publisher’s cloth, rubbed, spine ends worn, 4to, 1914; and four others, similar including lithographed plates of Calcutta and a biography (5). £60 - £80

1115 Lilly (John) A COLLECTION OF MODERN ENTRIES OR SELECTED PLEADINGS IN THE COURTS OF KING’S BENCH, COMMON PLEAS AND EXCHEQUER... bookplate on front pastedown, contemporary calf, rubbed, folio, 1771. £100 - £200

1110 Jacob (Giles) A NEW LAW-DICTIONARY... contemporary ink ownership signature on title and front pastedown, contemporary calf, worn, folio, E. & R. Nutt, 1736. £150 - £200

1111 Jacob (Giles) THE COMMON LAW COMMONPLACED...second edition, contemporary ink ownership signature to title, front free-endpaper detached, contemporary calf, rubbed, folio, 1733. £100 - £200

1116 Lilly (John) THE PRACTICAL CONVEYANCER, 2 vol., contemporary panelled reverse calf, hinges weak, spine ends lacking, folio, H. Lintot, 1792 (2). £150 - £200

1112 Kelyng (Sir John) A REPORT OF DIVERS CASES IN PLEAS OFTHE CROWN,ADJUDGED AND DETERMINED IN THE REIGN OF THE LATE KING CHARLES II second edition, contemporary calf-backed patterned boards,top board detached, 4to, E. and R. Nutt, 1739. £80 - £120 For more images please visit

1117 Longfellow (Henry Wadsworth) HYPERION: A ROMANCE, FIRST EDITION, ownership inscription to title, bookplate on front pastedown, contemporary half-morocco over patterned boards, 8vo, 1853. £100 - £200 120

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1118 Milne (A.A.) WINNIE THE POOH, FIRST EDITION, joints a little weak but holding, publisher’s cloth, a little rubbed at extremities, t.e.g., 8vo, 1926; and three others, by Milne, later editions (4). £100 - £200

1125 Miniature books.- Crecerelle (Bernard) THE LILIPUTIAN SACRED ANNUAL many pages loose, g.e.,, publisher’s wrappers, 40mm x 30mm, 1841; THE LIFE OF ABRAHAM, publisher’s cloth, gilt, 45mm x 30mm, C. Duff, [n.d.]; Dickens (Charles) THE CHIMES A GOBLIN STORY, reverse calf, 50mm x 35mm, 1904; Scott (Sir Walter) THE LADY OF THE LAKE morocco, gilt, Glasgow, 50mm x 35mm, [n.d.]; Moodie (William, ed.) MORE OLD SCOTCH SONGS morocco, gilt, 80mm x 25mm, Glasgow, [n.d.]; and 2 others (7) £100 - £200

1119 Miniature books.- BIJOU PICTURE OF LONDON OR THE GEMS OF THE METROPOLIS 31 engraved plates, contemporary vellum, 30mm x 25mm, n.d. £150 - £200

1120 Miniature books.- Children’s.- GOING INTO BREECHES 12 hand-colourd engravings publisher’s wrapper, top wrapper only surviving, H. Miller, n.d. £60 - £80

1126 Miniature books.- LONDON ALMANACK FOR THE YEAR OF CHRIST 1842 engraved vignettes, g.e., contemporary morocco, 30mm x 30mm £100 - £200

1121 Miniature books.- Children’s.- THE CHILD’S FIRST BOOK engraved title and vignettes throughout, 45mm x 30mm, THE HISTORY OF SAM WOOD, 60mm x 40mm, contemporary wrappers, R.Taylor, Manchester, n.d (2). £60 - £80

1127 Miniature books.- Mills (Alfred) NATURAL HISTORY OF 48 BIRDS..., 48 engraved plates, contemporary ink ownership inscriptions to title and front free endpaper, contemporary morocco, 32mo, 1810. £60 - £80

1122 Miniature books.- BIJOU PICTURE OF PARIS 31 engraved plates, contemporary vellum, 30mm x 25mm, n.d. £150 - £200

1128 Nicholson (George) THE ILLUSTRATED DICTIONARY OF GARDENING... 4 vol., 24 chromolithographed plates, contemporary half morocco, 1885-88; Weathers (John, ed.) COMMERCIAL GARDENING 4 vol., publisher’s pictorial cloth, 1913;Wright (Walter P.) CASSEL’S DICTIONARY OF PRACTICAL GARDENING..4 vol., special subscription edition, g.e., publisher’s cloth, gilt, n.d. [c.1900]. 4to (12). £100 - £200

1123 Miniature books.- Bindings.- [TRACTS] g.e., fine morocco binding, ruled and stamped in gilt, 30mm x 25mm [n.d.] £80 - £100

1129 Nottinghamshire - Newspapers - The Nottingham Weekly Courant, Vol. III No. 44 (5/1715); Vol. X Nos. 5 (14/9/1721), 8 (5/10/1721) 12 (2/11/1721) & 20 (28/12/1721); The Nottingham Mercury, 27/12/1716; 31/1/1717; 16/7/1719; 7/9/1721; 21/9/1721; 28/9/1721; 7/12/1721; 15/2/1722; 5/4/1722; 6/9/1722; 6/6/1723; 27/6/1723 (torn cover); 8/8/1723; 5/9/1723; 3/10/1723; 17/10/1723; 7/11/1723; 5/12/1723; 5/3/1723/4; 19/3/1723/4; 22/4/1725; Nottingham Monthly Miscellany, 28/4/1726; 3/11/1726 (28) The Weekly Courant was Nottinghams’ first newspaper, being founded by William Ayscough in August 1712, and which sold at 3/4d.The Nottingham Mercury was founded as a weekly rival to the Nottingham Monthly Courier in 1714 and endured only until 1727 £80 - £120 1130 Palyfair, William Esq., British Family Antiquity; Illustrative of the Origin and Progress of the Rank, Honours and Personal Merit, of the nobility of the United Kingdom Accompanied with An Elegant Set of Chronolgical Charts, vol.I, (London 1809) £60 - £100

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1131 Parker (Thomas) REPORTS OF CASES CONCERNING THE REVENUE ARGUED...IN THE COURT OF EXCHEQUER..., PRESENTATION COPY DEDICATED BY AUTHOR TO J. FURNIVALL, contemporary calf, tooled in blind, hinges weak, worn, folio, W. Strahan et al 1776. £150 - £200

1124 Miniature books.- Bindings.- Bibles.- THE HOLY BIBLE engraved plates, magnifying glass in rear pocket, g.e., fine morocco binding, gilt stamped, 40mm x 27mm, Welsh 559, Glasgow, 1896. £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1132 Pitt (W.) GENERAL VIEW OF THE AGRICULTURE OF THE COUNTY OF STAFFORD... seven engraved maps and seven engraved plates, uncut, later craft binding, 8vo, G. Nichol, 1796. £80 - £120

1133 Pufendorf (Samuel, Baron von) OF THE LAW OF NATURE AND NATIONS, second English edition, some contemporary ink on title page, bookplate to front free endpaper, contemporary panelled calf, boards loose, rubbed, folio, L. Lichfield, Oxford, 1710. £200 - £300

1137 Roscoe (Edward Stanley) THE BISHOP OF LINCOLN’S CASE...FIRST EDITION contemporary cloth, 8vo, 1891. £40 - £60 1138 Rowling (J. K.) HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE, 1997; HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS, 1998; HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN 1999; HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE 2000; HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX 2003 SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR WITH LETTER OF PROVENANCE FROM J.K. ROWLING'S P.A. publisher's cloth, dustjackets, slip-case, 8vo.

1134 Raymond (Robert Lord) REPORTS OF CASES ARGUED AND ADJUDGED IN THE COURTS OF KING’S BENCH AND COMMON PLEAS..., 2 vol., folding engraved portrait frontispiece vol. 1, imprimateur leaves in both vols, contemporary ink ownership inscriptions to front pastedowns, contemporary calf, tooled, hinges weak, edges worn, folio, H. Lintot, 1743 (2). £100 - £200 1135 Riou (Stephen) SHORT PRINCIPLES FOR THE ARCHITECTURE OF STONE-BRIDGES... 4 folding engraved plates, plate iv with some marginal strengthening, modern calf-backed patterned boards, 8vo, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, 1760. £100 - £200 For more images please visit

1136 Robertson (William) THE HISTORY OF THE REIGN OF THE EMPEROR CHARLES V... 4 vol., half titles, engraved por trait frontispieces, uncut and par tially unopened, contenporary calf-backed boards, rubbed, hinges starting, 8vo, W. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1772. £80 - £120

Only the Order of the Phoenix is a First Edition, the first four works are later printings. Excellent condition. £2,000 - £3,000

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1150 Tasso (Torquato) IL GOFFREDO... vignette to title, eighteenth-century ink ownership inscription on front freeendpaper, eighteenth-century morocco, tooled in gilt, 12mo, Venice, A. & M. Giovanni, 1642. £100 - £200

1139 Severn (Charles) FIRST LINES OF THE PRACTICE OF MIDWIFERY... FIRST EDITION INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR, engraved plates, a little light spotting,contemporary half-calf over patterned boards, a little rubbed, 8vo, 1831. £80 - £120 1140 Sewell (Anna) Aldin (Cecil, illustrator) BLACK BEAUTY a little light spotting to title, 18 colour plates, publisher’s cloth, gilt, 4to, n.d. [1912]. £100 - £200

1151 Taylor (Jeremy) THE GREAT EXAMPLAR OF SANCTITY AND HOLY LIFE second edition, 3 parts in 1 each with title page, additional engraved title, 7 folding engraved plates, all cropped close at outer margin, contemporary calf, top board loose, 4to, J. Fletcher and R. Royston, 1653. £100 - £200

1142 Sheppard (William) THE TOUCHSTONE OF COMMON ASSURANCES... FIRST EDITION, title page repaired, contemporary calf rubbed, hinges starting, 4to, Wing S3214, for W. Lee, M. Walbancke and D. Pakeman, 1648. £150 - £200

1152 Vernon (Thomas) CASES ARGUED AND ADJUDJED IN THE HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY..., 2 vol., imprimateur leaf, contemporary ink ownership signature on front pastedown, contemporary calf, rubbed, folio, E. and R. Nutt, 1726. £100 - £200

1141 Sheppard (William) THE TOUCHSTONE OF COMMON ASSURANCE... contemporary calf rubbed, folio, A. Strahan and W. Woodfall, 1780. £80 - £120

1143 Spruner (Karl von).- Menke (Theodore) HANDATLAS DIE GESCHICHTE DES MITTELALTERS UND DER NEUEREN ZEIT 90 engraved maps handcoloured in outline, boards detached but present, folio, Gotha, 1880. £200 - £300

1144 Stalpaert (Fr Marianum F.F) QUAERENS DEUM ANIMA AMORE LANGUENS... engraved frontispiece, inprimateur leaf, contemporary vellum, rubbed, 12mo, Ipris, J. Baptiste Moerman, 1682. £100 - £200 1145 Statutes Anne.- 7 odd vol. of statutes from the reigns of Queen Anne and William III (7) £80 - £120

1146 Statutes George II.- ANNO REGNI GEORGII II REGIS... 22 vol., parts 1-26 and 28-33, 1727-1758, contemporary leather, worn, folio (22). £200 - £300 1147 Statutes George III.- ANNO REGNI GEORGE III REGIS... parts 1, 3 and 5-16 1760-1776 T. Baskett & C Eyre and W. Strahan; STATUTES AT LARGE... vol. 13-18 17801800 and others similar from reign of George III (28). £200 - £300

1148 Strange (John) REPORTS ON ADJUDGED CASES IN THE COURTS OF CHANCERY, KING’S BENCH, PLEAS AND EXCHEQUER..., FIRST EDITION, 2 vol., imprimeteur leaves, contemporary calf, worn, top board vol. 1 detached, folio, 1755. £100 - £150

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1153 Wain (Louis) IN WAIN LAND colour frontispiece and three tipped-in colour plates, presentation plate pasted to inner front wrapper, joint split between frontispiece and title, original publisher’s wrappers, small amount of rubbing to base of spine, 4to, n.d. [1904].

1149 Swift (Jonathan) THE WORKS OF..., 13 vol., engraved portrait frontispiece vol. 1, contemporary ink ownership inscription on titles, contemporary calf, a few joints weak but overall good, morocco spine labels, 12mo. £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1154 Wilkinson (Sarah S.) THE LIFE AND WONDERFUL ADVENTURES OF HENRY LANSON..., bound with THE PASTOR’S FIRESIDE; OR MEMOIRS OF THE ATHELSTAN FAMILY, bound with THE WHITE AND RED ROSES OR THE RIVAL HOUSES..., bound with THE FALSE KNIGHT RADIGER AND THE ENCHANTED SWAN bound with THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF GUY, EARL OF WARWICK, bound with KENILWORTH, OR A TALE OF THE INN, bound with CLARA MOWBRAY, OR ST RONAN’S WELL, bound with ROSE DOUGLAS; OR THE COURT OF ELIZABETH bound with THE EVENTFUL HISTORY OF CHARLES BRANDON DUKE OF SUFFOLK... bound with THE AUTHENTIC HISTORY OF MARIA MARTEN... bound with MATILDA AND FANNY, OR THE SISTERS OF ROSENDALE, hand-coloured engraved frontispeices, many folding, some with damage and repairs, contemporary cloth, lacking spine, 8vo, n.d. [c.1810]. £80 - £120

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1155 Wood (Thomas) AN INSTITUTE OF THE LAWS OF ENGLAND..., contemporary calf, joints splitting, worn, folio, E. & R. Nutt, 1738. £100 - £150

1164 Richardson (E., surveyor) PLANS OF THE SEVERAL FARMS LYING IN THE DIFFERENT PARISHES OF NETHER WINCHEDON, ICKFORD,WADDESDON AND BRILL IN THE COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM AND ALSO IN THE PARISH OF PIDDINGTON IN THE COUNTY OF OXFORD...12 folding estate maps on vellum, handcoloured in outline, 8vo, lacking boards, 1778. £300 - £400

1156 Wood (Thomas) AN INSTITUTE OF THE LAWS OF ENGLAND..., lacking front endpaper, contemporary calf, joints splitting, rubbed, folio, H. Lintot, 1745. £100 - £150 1160 Derbyshire.- Three estate management and account books for estates belonging to the Duke of Norfolk in Glossop and Sheffield. contained in leather case. One containing details of the Norfolk family settlement 31st May 1839; one containing details of shoots and bags on a Norfolk estate, participants including Baron Lionel de Rothschild and Earl Spencer, dated 1847-1868; one containing general estate accounts. £60 - £80

1165 Local Interest.- rules and articles of formation for the Lichfield Friendly Society, soft-bound vellum ms. 80pp. £100 - £200

1166 Legal manuscript.- FORMS, PRECEDENTS AND DIRECTIONS FOR EXECUTING THE OFFICE OF UNDERSHERIFF 326 pp, ruled in red, written in 18th-19th century legal hand, bookplate on front pastedown, contemporary half calf over patterned boards, spine blind-stamped and split, n.d. [c.1751]; and 5 others similar, bound legal ms. documents. ***The document refers to the duties of the Undersheriff of the County of Warwickshire and is dated the 13th year of the reign of George III. £100 - £200

1161 Commonplace book.- containing many watercolour and pencil vignettes, c.100 pp., contemporary calf, tooled in blind, bearing the initials C.R.B on top boards and throughout, 4to, n.d. [c.1820’s]; and two other ms. books containing copied poetry (3). £100 - £200

1167 Cricket.- TWO CRICKET SCORE BOOKS containing details of matches played 1892-1905 by local Derbyshire teams. (2) £60 - £80

1162 Exercise book.- ms. execise book containing notes on Greek and Latin, dated 1798 on front pastedown, contemporary vellum, top of spine damaged without loss, 4to,n.d. [c.1798]. £60 - £80

1163 Cookery.- a manuscript recipe book D. ALCOCK’S SELECT RECEIPTS IN COOKERY&c... 61 leaves, 123 numbered pages in ink, contemporary sheep, rebacked, 8vo, dated Feb 17th 1802 on title. £100 - £200

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Day Three

Friday 18th March at 10.30am

Works of Art, Clocks & Furniture

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Boxes and Objects

1172 1168 A late Victorian mahogany rectangular table top writing cabinet, retailed by Thornhill & Co, London, hinged cover and fall front enclosing stationery divisions, small drawers, well aperture and folding tooled and gilt leather lined writing surface, inlaid with batwing paterae, shaped brass swing handles to sides, spreading base, 21.5cm high, 37cm wide, c.1895 £150 - £200

1173 A George III rectangular yew tea caddy, the canted domed cover and front outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, 18cm wide, c.1800 £40 - £60

1174 A George III tortoiseshell rounded rectangular tea caddy, the cover with vacant rectangular cartouche, ball feet, the interior with two lidded sections, 11.5cm high, 15cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £250

1169 A Chinese polychrome painted softwood figure, carved as an official, seated, wearing long robes, 27cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100

1175 A George III yew rectangular tea caddy, brass swing handle and escutcheon, ogee bracket feet, 23cm wide, c.1780 £50 - £80

1170 A 19th century rosewood sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, the hinged cover with raised tablet, enclosing two lidded compartments, mother-of-pearl escutcheon, bun feet, 22cm wide, c.1840 £40 - £60

1176 A late Regency mahogany sarcophagus tea caddy, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, the cover with raised rectangular tablet, decorated with brass nail heads, the interior with two lidded compartments, flanking a bowl aperture, loose ring lion mask handles, later bracket feet, 33cm wide, c.1830 £60 - £100

1171 A George III canted rectangular yew tea caddy, 13cm wide, c.1790 £200 - £300 1172 A George III mahogany navette shaped tea caddy, the hinged cover with swan neck brass handle, with dentil boxwood and ebony border, the apron conforming, drawer to base, 31cm wide, c.1775 £300 - £500

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1177 A Regency mahogany sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, outlined with boxwood stringing, loose ring floral basket handles to side, the interior with two lidded compartments and bowl aperture, 28cm wide, c.1820 £50 - £80 126

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1178 A Victorian burr walnut domed rectangular tea caddy, the cover and front applied with pierced and engraved cut card work, 19.5cm wide, c.1870 £30 - £50

1179 A Victorian burr walnut domed spreading rectangular tea caddy, the cover and front decorated with two broad bands of parquetry, the interior with two lidded compartments, 20cm wide, c.1870 £70 - £100

1180 An Indian coromandel grinder/crusher, the turned conical bowl with spike and three small apertures, broad rim carved with stylised leaves, the base carved with cows and stylised figures, stepped angles, 12cm high, probably 19th century £50 - £70

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1181 A Persian ovoid jar and cover, studded quarter girdle above chevrons, decorated with flowers and scrolls, the domed cover with knop finial , 13cm high, possibly 17th/18th century £100 - £150

1183 A 19th century Anglo Indian rectangular ivory box, the hinged cover and sides engraved with flowering stems, geometrical border, 10cm wide, £80 - £120

1184 A 19th century Armorial crest, on oak panel, framed £60 - £100 1185 A 19th century black moleskin top hat, by Baynes and Co, leather carrying box £50 - £80 1186 A 19th century carved Black Forest desk stand, with an eagle perched with wings outstretched, above a pair of oversized leaves, open facet cut clear glass wells, 41cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150

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1187 A 19th century circular hardwood travelling chess box, the circular screw-off cover inlaid with pegged chess board, 12cm diam, c.1880 £120 - £180

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1188 A 19th century Days Patent Gothic die stamped bronze desk letter clip, decorated with architectural tracery and cathedral doorway, rectangular base, 26cm high, c.1870 £50 - £70

1182 A 17th century carved softwood figure, of a falconer, after The Antique, standing in flowing robes, 14cm high £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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1189 A 19th century Derbyshire alabaster table urn, probably by R. G. Lomas & Son, King Street, Derby, cylindrical sconce, turned column, circular base, 31cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

1195 A 19th century ormolu rococo desk stand, the two lidded wells, cast with scrolling leaves, within a conforming stand, 20cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200

1196 A 19th century rounded rectangular coromandel gaming box, the slightly domed cover centred with an oval ceramic plaque, after The Antique, within lacquered brass cut card mounts, the interior with two compartments, 23cm wide, c.1860 £100 - £150

1190 A 19th century Gothic bronze desk thermometer, 9cm silvered register, the frame cast with figures and leafy scrolls, 16cm high, c.1860 £60 - £90

1197 A 19th century Russian/Eastern European polychrome painted and gilt gesso rectangular ecclesiastical blotter, decorated with theVirgin, angels, buildings, and coats of arms, within borders of stylised scrolling leafy stems, 36cm x 26cm £100 - £150

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1198 A 19th century Scandinavian drinking bowl, carved with bands of thumbnails and gadrooning and stamped with roundels, animal head spout, 27cm long, 18th/19th century £60 - £100 1199 A 19th century Sevres and ormolu jardinière, the flared bowl painted with colourful summer flowers within gilt scroll border, on a bleu celeste ground divided fruiting vine scroll handles, the whole on four mask scroll feet joined by foliate swags, 42cm wide, interlaced L’s £1,200 - £1,800 1200 An Eastern bronze bell, 21cm long

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1201 A fragment from the Qasida-al Burda by Busiri, 17century Qasida al Bsizi Poem of the Mantle is an ode of praise for the Islamic prophet Muhammad composed by the eminent Sufi Imam al-Busiri of Egypt £40 - £60

1191 A 19th century Grand Tour brown patinated bronze bust of Plato, after The Antique, turned marble base, 20cm high £60 - £100

1192 A 19th century green glass shaped compressed globular inkwell, hinged globular cover, bubble inclusions, 14cm high, c.1880; others, similar (3) £60 - £100

1193 A 19th century mahogany brass bound writing box, hinged cover, enclosing an interior fitted with trays, divisions, drawer to base, carrying handles to sides, pierced bracket feet, 42cm wide £40 - £60 1194 A 19th century novelty bronze inkwell, cast as an ugly beard peasant wearing a long brimmed hat, fiddling doing a jig, the head hinged, rectangular base, 15cm wide, the well 1870 £120 - £180 For more images please visit

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1202 A French canted rectangular brass mounted dressing table box, by Masson Maison, inlaid overall with stripes of sample veneers, boxwood strung, the interior lined in blue watered silk, 19cm wide, c.1900 £80 - £100 1203 A French rectangular gilt metal and mother-ofpearl jewellery casket, set to centre with oval miniature on ivory, The Swing, with four circular millefiore bosses to angles, cast overall with fans strapwork, ribbon tied fans and festoons, 22.5cm wide, early 20th centruy £400 - £600

1204 A George II walnut dressing glass, brass urnular finials, tilting rounded rectangular plate with re-entrant upper angles, the concave moulded base with a central drawer flanked by a pair of short drawers, outlined with chequered banding, brass bat shaped escutcheon, skirted base, bracket feet, 64.5cm high, 50cm wide, c.1740 £600 - £800

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1207 A George III mahogany writing box, with retracting tambour top, enclosing drawers, section for paper, the drawer enclosing wells and pen aperture, brass carrying handles to side, 31cm wide, c.1770 £50 - £80

1205 A George III mahogany rectangular artist’s box, by R Ackermann, Manufacturer to His Majesty, hinged cover with paper label to verso, enclosing an arrangement of artist’s colours, drawer to base with ceramic palettes and printing blocks, 22cm wide, c.1810 £60 - £100

1208 A George III steel chest padlock, with three spikes, 23cm wide; a wrought iron lever latch, decorated with a lion, 12cm long; a George III steel latch plate and lock, brass axe head handles, 18cm long (3) £60 - £100 1209 A late 19th century patinated bronze novelty inkwell/So To Bed, cast as a gnome, he stands with hands in pockets, his crumpled hat hinged as the cover, rounded rectangular base, 11.5cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

1210 A ‘Greek’ bronze figure, male, standing, wearing a headdress with long pleated neck piece, an offering in his right hand, 18cm high £80 - £120

1211 A James Tassie type plaster portrait medallion, of The Rev Archibald Hall, titled, dated 1776, 11cm x 8cm, framed £120 - £180

1212 A large Victorian rounded rectangular papier mâché tray, the field plain, bordered in gilt with scrolling foliage and cartouches with buildings, 82cm wide, c.1860; another, red, gilt banded border, 81cm wide, c.1860 (2) £30 - £50

1213 A late Victorian mahogany oval tray, wavy gallery, the field inlaid with an oval shell patera, outlined with boxwood, ebony and barber pole stringing, brass scroll handles, 69.5cm wide, c.1900 £30 - £50

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1214 A Lund’s Patent London rack and pinion corkscrew, with turned handle and brush, the bronzed open frame marked Lund Maker Cornhill and Fleet Street, London, 16cm high £100 - £150

1206 A George III mahogany slope top knife box, painted with flowering scrolls, navette shaped engrisaille panels and flowering urns, the interior fitted for knives and spoons, ogee bracket feet, 39cm high, c.1790 £600 - £1,000 For more images please visit

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1215 A Napoleonic Prisoner of War novelty model of knife grinders, each dressed in top hat, waistcoats, jackets and breeches, square base, turned feet, 10.5cm high, early 19th century £100 - £150

1216 A novelty cast iron money box, in the form of a security safe, with two combination wheels, 11cm high, c.1900 (combination 1,4) £40 - £60

1223 A pair of French Regency ormolu and bronze mantel sticks, lotus cast tulip shaped sconces, the everted drip pans with stiff leaves, tapered fluted columns, anthemion socles, tripod lion paw feet, incurved triform bases, 22.5cm high, c.1825 £100 - £150 1224 A pair of novelty Anglo African wooden bookends, carved as a rampant lion and hunter, 24cm high £60 - £100

1225 A pair of tall silver plated Altar sticks, gadrooned campana shaped sconces, fluted columns, canted triangular bases, paw feet, 78cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

1217 A pair of 19th century bronze table candlesticks, spool shaped vine cast sconces, the fluted columns with lizards, lotus cast socles, cabriole tripod bases, paw feet, 29cm high, c.1825 £200 - £300

1226 A Regency painted bronze door stop, cast as a soldier from the Highland Regiment, holding a halberd, stepped rectangular base, paw feet, 36cm high £60 - £100

1218 A pair of 19th century polychrome painted dummy boards, as Henry VIII and Katherine Parr, easel backs, 99cm and 100cm high, c.1860 £2,000 - £3,000

1227 A Victorian brass mounted clear glass octagonal inkwell, hinged cover, star-moulded base, 8.5cm wide; others, similar (3) £60 - £100

1219 A pair of 19th century tall mahogany table lamps, fluted columns, terminating with acanthus leaf knops, dished circular bases, 55cm high, c.1840 £80 - £120

1228 A Victorian daguerreotype, by J. Gurney, 189 Broadway, New York, portrait of a gentleman wearing a black jacket, black stock and waistcoat, oval, gilt metal slip, signed, 12.5cm x 9.5cm, velvet lined embossed morocco leather case; another, unsigned, portrait of a gentleman wearing a black jacket, black bow tie, rounded rectangular, 12cm x 9cm, gilt metal slip, embossed leather case

1220 A pair of Black Forest nut crackers, in the form of an elderly lady, standing holding a mug and pail, 19cm high, c.1880 £40 - £60 1221 A pair of French ormolu mounted pedestal ovoid two-handled vases, possibly Sevres, cast and applied with a pierced ribbon tied mask rim and divided floral scroll handles, each winged putti, pierced quatreform bases, rams head terminals, 31cm high, c.1880 £1,000 - £1,500

Jeremiah Gurney (1812 -1886), was an American daguerreotype photographer operating in New York Gurney worked in the jewelry trade in Saratoga but soon moved his business to NewYork City and shortly after turned to photography, having been instructed and inspired by Samuel Morse . He was one of the pioneering practitioners of the daguerreotype process, opening the first American photo gallery on Broadway in 1840, and charging $5 for a portrait. £60 - £100

1222 A pair of French ormolu mounted porcelain bleu royale urns, domed covers, bud finials, the sides applied with swags and festoons, stiff leafy socles, square pedestal bases, 18cm high, c.1900 £400 - £500 For more images please visit

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1229 A Victorian embossed brass domed rectangular stationery box, the whole with stylised foliage, roundels and oval panels, the hardwood lined interior divided into three sections, 21cm wide, c.1880 £40 - £60

1230 A Victorian hinged cover and draughts, cribbage backgammon board

1241 Architectural Salvage - an 18th century oak Corinthian capital, 38cm high, 45cm wide £100 - £150 1243 Equestrian - a Victorian novelty E.P.N.S. mounted horse’s hoof desk barometer, the 6cm circular silvered dial inscribed Callaghan and Co, 23 New Bond Street, London, 17cm high, c.1890 £150 - £200

mahogany games compendium, the two doors enclosing chess pieces, board domino’s, dice, lead horses, and book, 33cm wide, c.1860 £500 - £700

1244 French School (19th Century) a gilt bronze dog, wearing a deep collar, standing on rectangular hob nail cut glass base, 14cm long £100 - £150

1231 A Victorian mahogany travelling chess set, the box hinged to form the board, 20cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £100

1232 A Victorian oak brass mounted smoker’s box, the sections for cigars and cigarettes, divided by a cigar cutter, striker and tray, brass bar handle, 30cm wide, 13cm high, c.1895 £40 - £60 1233 A Victorian papier maché letter holder, painted with St Bernard, inlaid with abalone, 20cm high, c.1870 £50 - £80

1234 Agricultural History - an 18th/early 19th century elm three pronged barley fork, 191.5cm long; another, similar (2) £80 - £120

1235 An Anglo Cantonese connoisseur’s lens, the handle profusely carved with dragons, birds and stylised foliage, silver plated mounts, 25cm high £60 - £90 1236 An Austrian cold painted bronze, probably by Franz Xavier Bergman (1861 - 1936), of a cat, 11cm long, marked Geschultz, c.1900 £200 - £300

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1245 James Purdy & Sons - a brass bound oak lined leather Audley cartridge magazine case, for approx 500 cartridges, the case in five sections with removable partitions, the cover red baize lined, 42.5cm wide, 24cm high, early 20th century £400 - £600

1237 An early 19th century sailor work octagonal shell picture, 41cm wide, glazed mahogany case £180 - £220

1238 An Edwardian oak desk top stationery cabinet, by G O Horrocks, the hinged cover and fall front applied with embossed copper hinges and escutcheon, the interior with maroon leather drawer, pigeon holes and fittings, skirted base, carrying handles to sides, 36cm wide, c.1905 £60 - £100

1246 A Japanese painted metal table gong, pierced cresting carved with a dragon and characters, pylon shaped frame, the three graduated hemi-spherical chimes decorated with stylised flowers within heart shaped reserves, rocky base, 38cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100

1239 An unusual 19th century brass mounted red glass inkwell, hinged barrel shaped cover with bubble inclusions, swing handle, ground base, 15cm wide, c.1890; another, similar, pear shaped; another (3) £60 - £100

1247 Louis Vuitton - a brass mounted tanned leather monogrammed suitcase, 71cm wide x 48cm, no.1262263 £200 - £300

1240 An unusual late Victorian mahogany wall hanging cabinet, turned finials, shaped cresting incised with scrolls, above a pair of rectangular doors applied with tooled and gilt leather faux book spines, enclosing an arrangement of small drawers, skirted base, 31cm high, 55cm wide, c.1900 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

1248 Miniature Furniture - a 19th century stained pine dresser, shaped back, with shelf, the base fitted with central cupboard door below a drawer flanked by three short, glass handles, fluted bun feet, 33cm high, 38cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £100 132

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1254 A set of eight interesting Dutch oak interior pier finials, each carved as an allegory of a virtue, 55 to 60cm high, early 20th century £700 - £900

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1249 Miniature Furniture - a George III mahogany bookcase cabinet, gadrooned cornice above a pair of glazed doors, enclosing two shelves, navette shaped escutcheons, projecting base, outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing and rosewood crossbanding, above three graduated drawers, ivory draught turned handles, tall bracket feet, 24cm wide, 42cm high, c.1820 £200 - £300

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1255 A 19th century Russian rectangular icon, painted in polychrome with Madonna and Child and Orthadox saints, 40.5cm x 33cm £100 - £150

1250 Miniature Furniture - a Victorian walnut press cupboard, with a pair of raised and field panelled doors, enclosing two shelves, above two short and three long drawers, brass axe head handles, 48cm high, 31cm wide, c.1860 £50 - £80

1256 Golf - an early 20th century Scottish niblick, by George Nicoll, Fife, hickory shaft, signed and marked ‘hand forged’; 94cm long; an early 20th century sand iron, 8cm head with dot punched face, hickory shaft, 94cm long; a Dunlop Shoor Flite Mashie, 10/100 yards, signed and marked ‘Warranted Hand Forged, Made in Scotland’, hickory shaft, 96cm long (3) £30 - £50

1251 Curiosities - a pair of 18th/19th century Chinese brass tweezers, 14cm long; a silver coloured metal hair ornament; opium weights; etc (qty) £80 - £120

1252 Pop Art - folded comic in the form of a heart, 39cm wide, 1970 £30 - £50

1257 Golf Clubs - a late 19th century Long nose putter, by R. Forgan, St Andrews, lead weighted, three dowel horn sole, stamped with name and Prince of Wales feathers, hickory shaft, c.1895; an early 20th century French De Chasseloup-Laubat Chantilly type dual face putter, by Jean L Gassiat, steel sole plate, Reg no. 027752, hickory shaft, c.1915 (2) £100 - £150 1258 Golf Clubs- an unusual early 20th century centre shafted ‘blockhead’ putter, plain faces, stamped 681/1, hickory shaft; a Zenith Mashie Niblick, by A E Sheppard, Salop, Hawkstone Park, stamped ‘Handforged, Scotland’, hickory shaft (2) £60 - £100

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1253 Prisoner of War - a World War I Prisoner of War Work bone mounted mahogany tank, the rivots detailed with steel nail heads, inscribed Made by Prisoner of War M, Amherst, M.S. Canada, 35cm long £80 - £120 For more images please visit

1259 Golf - an early 20th century iron putter, long socket, 12cm shaped head, hickory shaft, marked ‘Hand Forged, Putter, 88cm long, c.1925 £30 - £50 133

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Brass and Metal Work

1273 A Victorian pewter fluted cylindrical ice mould, 15.5cm high, c.1850; another, 8.5cm high (2) £50 - £70

1260 A 17th century century bronze mortar, cast with arms, griffin holding a key, 9cm high, c.1680 £30 - £50

1274 An early Victorian shaped oval copper castle top jelly mould, by Benham and Froud, 16.5cm wide, c.1840; another, similar, inscribed CM 203/2 1 1/2, 15.5cm wide; others, circular (4) £150 - £200

1261 A 19th century copper cylindrical two-handled pan and cover, tap hole, 30.5cm high, 45cm diam over handles, c.1860 £60 - £100

1275 Hukin and Heath - an E.P.N.S. novelty tapered cylindrical lidded jug, embossed as bark, boar’s tusk handle, 18.5cm high, no.10322 £50 - £80

1262 A 19th century copper four gallon haystack measure, funnel shaped rim, scroll handle, skirted base, 38cm high, c.1840 £60 - £100 1263 A 19th century copper four gallon haystack measure, funnel shaped rim, scroll handle, skirted base, 47cm high, c.1840 £60 - £100 1264 A 19th century two-handled copper oval warming dish and cover, on stand, scroll legs, burner ensuite, 36cm wide; an oval dish, rolled rim, 28cm wide; a 19th century copper jelly mould, 17.5cm wide, c.1860 (3) £30 - £50

1265 A graduated set of three 19th century copper pan covers, steel handles, initialled H.P.H, 21cm to 16cm diam, c.1830; others, various sizes, 25cm to 11cm diam (11) £60 - £100 1266 A pair of 15th century quatrefoil ecclesiastical brass plaques, cast with a rampant griffin, the other a kneeling angel, 12.5cm and 13cm wide, c.1450 £60 - £100

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1267 A Persian brass ewer, engraved and chased with scrolls, conical cover, slender spout, domed foot, 44cm high, c.1880 £60 - £80

1276 An Arts and Crafts circular copper wall plaque, probably Newlyn, embossed with a fanciful Viking ship in full sail, stylised waves, the border with fish on a wavy ground, 38cm diam £100 - £150

1268 A set of three early 20th century copper fireside implements, S-scroll handles; a copper helmet shaped coal bucket, brass swing handle, 39cm high (2) £60 - £100

1277 An Art Nouveau dish, probably W.M.F. as a young beauty, her long flowing dress opened out before her, 15cm long, c.1905; a W.M.F. whisky tot sleeve, pierced and in relief with flowering and fruiting sinuous stems, 4.5cm high, Ostrich mark, c.1905 (2) £30 - £50

1269 A Victorian copper cylindrical jelly mould, 10.5cm high, c.1850; another, domed and wrythen, star-pierced centre, 25cm diam, c.1880 (2) £40 - £60

1270 An 18th century Dutch oval brass half fluted table jardinière, everted rim, loose ring lion mask handles to sides, embossed and chased with stylised leaves, lion paw feet, 41cm wide, c.1780; an 18th century Dutch embossed brass wall hanging salt/candle box, the back embossed with flowerheads and a figure, domed cover, dated 1742, 17cm wide; a 19th century Dutch circular brass alms dish, in 17th century style, embossed with rodents seated drinking and smoking under the trees, 36cm diam (3) £100 - £150

1278 A large Keswick School of Industrial Arts brass jug, stylised spout, open wrapped handle, spade shaped terminal, 34cm high £60 - £100 1279 A W.M.F. Art Nouveau twin-compartment fruit dish, made for the Austrian market, lofty divided sinuous handle, embossed to to recto and verso with a circular portrait boss of a classical maiden, flanked by bands of vitruvian scrolls, lion paw feet, clear glass liners, model no. 113, marked A.K & Cie (Albert Kohler), c.1905 £100 - £150

1271 A pair of Victorian brass chenets, cast with Bacchus masks and leafy foliage, below lofty urn and bud finials, 53cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100

1280 An Art Nouveau pewter mounted wheel engraved clear glass baluster claret jug, attributed to Juventa, the deep collar, cover and handle cast with stylised flowerheads and sinuous leaves, the engraving conforming, star cut base, 28cm high £80 - £120

1272 A French gilt brass fan shaped folding firescreen, the base cast with leaves and scrolls, 69cm high, late 19th / early 20th century £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1281 A Kayserzinn Art Nouveau pewter trumpet shaped ewer, hinged cover, the collar cast with stylised flowerheads above an antler trophy, conforming leafy base, 38cm high, impressed mark, no.4305, c.1910 £100 - £150

1288 An Art Nouveau Osiris pewter mounted and amethyst glass ewer, domed cover, acanthus cast handle, the base cast with stiff leaves, ribbon tied fluted foot, 24cm high £30 - £50

1283 An Orivit Art Nouveau shaped circular fruit dish, swing handle, embossed in relief with stylised roses and sinuous lines, shaped moulded foot, model no.2756, 26cm wide, c.1905 £60 - £100

1290 An Art Nouveau silver plated letter rack, cast with the head of a bulldog amongst sinuous lines, 12cm wide, no.6722, c.1910 £60 - £100

1282 A Jugendstihl brass mounted planished copper tapered cylindrical ewer, the angular handle cast with sinuous lines, fluted ‘riveted’ spout, the base with a band of concentric roundels and lines, 31cm high, c.1900 £40 - £60

1289 A W.M.F. brass two-handled ice bucket, embossed with flowering stems. wavy rim, 19cm high, impressed mark £40 - £60

1291 A Liberty Tudric oval tray, designed by Archibald Knox, cast with roundels and sinuous lines, 30.5cm wide, no. 0311 £40 - £60

1284 An early 20th century Orivit pewter rectangular easel dressing table mirror, Classical urn and floral festoon cresting, oval bevelled plate, fluted frieze, flanked by acanthus terminating in Greek key feet, model no. 3112, 32cm high, c.1910 £40 - £60

Enamels and Bijouterie

1285 A W.M.F. visiting card tray, cast with a classical maiden and flowers on sinuous stems, 30cm diam, c.1905 Literature: Art Nouveau Domestic Metal Work, From Wurttembergische Metallwaren Fabrik 1906, Antique Collector’s Club (Woodbridge 1988), p.pp.167-173 £100 - £150

1294 A 19th century French silver mounted porcelain novelty snuff box, as a court shoe, painted with sprays of colourful flowers, 9.5cm long

1295 An 18th century South Staffs oval snuff box, the domed cover with shepherd and shepherdess, the sides in pink, 7cm wide, c.1750 £300 - £400

1286 An Art Nouveau brass domed rectangular stationery box, embossed with panels of stylised poppies and seed pods, 21cm wide, c.1895 £40 - £60

1296 A 19th century Bilston enamel circular patch box, the domed cover decorated with a goldfinch, green lobed circular base, 4cm diam, c.1760 £80 - £120

1287 A W.M.F. lamp shaped taper lighter, conical finial, angular scroll handle, tall slender column, reeded borders, spreading circular base, 22cm high, ostrich mark, c.1910 £50 - £70 For more images please visit

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1297 A 19th century French ivory and gilt metal twodraw monocular, Derepas Palais Royal No. 23, 12cm high extended £40 - £60

1303 A George III Bilston enamel yellow ground egg bon-bon, gilt metal hinged mounts, 9cm high, c.1760 £200 - £300

1299 A 19th century miniature Swiss cylinder musical box, 4.5cm brass cylinder, steel comb, the movement marked A7945, rectangular rosewood box, shield shaped cartouche, 12cm wide, c.1850 £40 - £60

1305 A Japanese miniature lacquered four-section jubako, decorated in gilt with butterflies and flowering stems, 5cm high, Meiji period £40 - £60

1298 A 19th century French porcelain commode shaped snuff box, painted with figures beside a Continental harbour, with flowers picked out in gilt on a white ground, 9cm wide, marked interlaced L’s in underglaze blue £200 - £300

1304 A George III gold coloured metal mounted clear glass faceted tear shaped scent bottle, the tall hinged cover and collar, engraved with wrigglework and quatrefoil stamps, leather case, 12cm long, c.1775 £60 - £100

1306 A mid 18th century Birmingham enamel rectangular snuff box, hinged domed cover painted with rose spray within white scroll cartouche, the pink ground with white trellis, sides conforming, gilt metal mounts, 8cm wide, c.1760 £200 - £300

1300 A Chinese ivory mounted brooch, carved with figures in pagodas, 3cm x 4.5cm, beaded silver coloured metal mount, £30 - £50

1301 A Continental egg shaped bonboniere, hinged cover, painted with flowers and raised white scrolls on a yellow ground, 4cm long, c.1790 £180 - £220

1307 A Norwegian Viking long boat plique a jour salt, in the style of Marius Hammer, with dragon prow, enamelled with stylised flowers and foliage, in green, blue, yellow and red, turquoise guilloche enamelled base, stamped ‘930S’, monogrammed TW, 11cm wide, early 20th century £50 - £70 1308 A pair of 19th century French gilt metal and enamel opera glasses, turned mother-of-pearl eye pieces, the cylinders decorated with blue engine turned enamel, Busch Multinett, D.R.G.M £80 - £120 1309 A pair of 19th century French gilt metal and enamel opera glasses, turned mother-of-pearl eye pieces, the cylinders decorated with floral sprays within pearled reserves, c.1880 £60 - £100

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1302 A fine Cartier silver and diamond set peach enamel carriage timepiece, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, gilt rectangular lever movement, rectangular engine turned case in a concentric pattern, white enamelled borders and pearled bezel, diamond set hands, agate base, silk and velvet lined tooled gilt green morocco leather travelling case, glass protector, the inner cover marked, the case 7cm high, the clock 5cm high, c.1910 £1,000 - £1,500 For more images please visit

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1310 A rare South Staffordshire Bilston enamel chamberstick, detachable sconces, painted in colours with floral sprays and scattered flowers, undulating blue border, 16cm diam, c.1755 £400 - £500 137

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1311 A sterling silver Sampson, Mordan & Co propelling pencil, engraved with scrolling foliage, 13cm long; another, engine turned, 11.5cm long (2) £50 - £80

1318 An 18th century Birmingham enamel rectangular box, the domed cover decorated with figures playing BlindMan’s-Buff, waisted sides with figures courting and at play, gilt metal mounts, 7cm wide, c.1750 £300 - £400 1319 An early 20th century Heinrich Ehrhardt’s 1891 German registration steel corkscrew, locking handle, open frame, 15cm long; another, chrome (2) £40 - £60 1320 A 19th century miniature ivory ‘coopered’ bucket, inscribed ‘Think of Me When This You See’, twisted horn handle, 8.5cm high £50 - £80 1321 A gilt metal, ruby and jargoon foliate turban pin; another, set with rubies; another, silver set with white stones (3) £200 - £250 1325 A 19th century meerschaum pipe, well carved as bearded gentleman wearing a tasselled hat, 18cm overall, cased £50 - £70 1326 A late 18th/early 19th century circular ivory snuff box, the detachable cover inset with a Chinese miniature watercolour on paper, the sides inlaid in silver coloured metal, 7cm diam, c.1800 £120 - £180

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1312 A Victorian novelty tortoiseshell needle case, as a miniature knife box, hinged sloping cover, enclosing six apertures, 5.5cm high, c.1870 £120 - £180

1327 A George III cowrie shell snuff box, the hinged cover engraved with wrigglework, 75cm long, £30 - £50

1313 A Victorian waisted cylindrical pink overlaid glass scent bottle, wheel cut to reveal clear roundels, gilt metal hinged stopper, 9cm long; another, emerald glass faceted octagonal scent flask, gilt metal repousse cover, 6cm high, c.1870 (2) £40 - £60

1328 A 19th century rounded rectangular papier mâché snuff box, the hinged cover with shooting scene, on a gilt leafy ground, 8.5cm wide, c.1860 £30 - £50

1314 A Viennese enamel and silver gilt sedan chair, the sides decorated overall with courting couples, cherubs and flowers, 8cm high, c.1870: a similar gilt metal and enamelled armoire, with double doors with four enamelled panels, cast with foliate scroll borders, 14cm high; a similar bed, 12cm long (3) £150 - £250

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1315 A Wedgwood Blue Jasper mounted wall timepiece, with enamelled dial, Arabic numerals, painted with foliate swags, gilt metal hinged mount applied with clear glass stones, the case applied in white with ribbon tied swags, leafy border, 13cm diam, impressed mark £30 - £50

1329 A George III rounded rectangular tortoiseshell and pique toothpick case, the cover centred with an oval cartouche, within a field of flowering stems and wrigglework, pierced thumbpiece 10cm wide, c.1780 £150 - £200 1330 A George III oval tortoiseshell and pique snuff box, the hinged cover and sides inlaid with flowering stems, gilt metal thumbpiece, 8.5cm wide, c.1800 £80 - £120

1316 An 18ct gold Sampson, Mordan & Co Everpoint propelling pencil, presentation engraving, 9.5cm long £120 - £180

1331 A 19th century cheroot holder, carved as a gentleman wearing a bow tie, his hands in his pockets, amber mouth piece, cased, 9.5cm overall £30 - £50

1317 An 18th century Bilston enamel patch box, the cover with Ms Yates in theatrical pose, the sides in lemon, 5cm wide, c.1760 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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Miniatures

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1338 Rex Whistler (1905 - 1944), a pair of silhouettes, young boys in blazers and ties, 13.5cm high, signed in pencil £60 - £100

1345 English School, early 19th century, a portrait miniature of a gentleman, half length, wearing a black jacket, yellow waistcoat and white stock, watercolour on ivory, 7cm x 6cm; another, military, oval, 7.5cm x 6cm (2) £60 - £100

1339 Persian School, 19th Century, Interior of a Mosque, oval, watercolour on ivory picked out in gilt, 4cm x 5.5cm £60 - £100

1346 English School, late 18th century, a portrait miniature of a military gentleman, head and shoulders, his grey hair tied in a black ribbon, wearing a red jacket, oval, watercolour on ivory, 3.75cm x 3cm £80 - £120

1340 A German oval plaque, painted with lady wearing a feathered hat, ermine lined cloak, oval, 7.5cm x 6cm £80 - £120

1347 English School, mid 19th century, a portrait miniature of a lady, half length, wearing a pink trimmed lace bonnet and collar, black dress, oval, watercolour on ivory, 7.5cm x 6cm; others (5) £60 - £100

1341 A set of six silhouettes, reverse painted on glass, ovals, 12.5cm x 10cm, in Regency style frames; English School, 19th Century, portrait of a lady, wearing a bonnet and black dress, head and shoulders, watercolour on paper, oval, 10cm x 7cm (7) £60 - £100

1348 English School, early 19th century, a portrait miniature, of a lady, half length, her hair tied, wearing a blue dress and long coral necklace, watercolour on paper, 9cm x 7cm £40 - £60

1342 After Delarouche, a portrait miniature, Napoleon Bonaparte, half length, overpainted print, highlighted, on ivory, oval, navette shaped filigree frame, 14cm high; another, similar, after, Penner, Josephine, wearing a jewelled headdress (2) £150 - £250

1349 English School, 19th century, a portrait miniature, David Garrick, head and shoulders, oval, watercolour on ivory, 9cm x 7cm, ebonised frame £80 - £120

1343 After Guido Rene, a 19th century miniature, Lucrezia, oval, watercolour on ivory, 6cm x 5cm, pierced giltwood frame £100 - £150

1350 English School, 19th century, a portrait miniature, Horatio Nelson, head and shoulders, oval, watercolour on ivory, 8cm x 6.5cm £100 - £150

1344 English School, 18th century, miniature portrait of a lady, head and shoulders, her brown hair tied up with pearl ornament, lace trimmed blue dress, oval, watercolour on ivory, 3.5cm x 3cm £60 - £100

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1351 English School, 19th century, a portrait miniature, of a lady, half length, seated wearing an Empire line white dress, watercolour on ivory, 7.5cm x 6cm £150 - £200

1352 English School, 19th century, a portrait miniature, of a young gentleman, half length, wearing a white stock and gold buttoned black jacket, rectangular, watercolour on ivory, 7.5cm x 6cm £80 - £120 1353 English School, 19th century, a portrait miniature, of a young gentleman, wearing a white stock, oval, watercolour on ivory, 5.5cm x 4.5cm £100 - £150

1354 English School, a portrait miniature, of a lady, head and shoulders, oval, over painted print, 8.5cm x 7cm, rectangular morocco leather case; another, of an elderly lady; a pair of oval portrait miniatures, young boy and girl, over painted prints, 12cm x 10cm, black rectangular framed, acorn pendants; etc (5) £40 - £60

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1355 English School, early 19th century, a portrait miniature, after The Antique, of a young scantily draped lady, allegorical of travel, sitting before a globe, circular, watercolour on ivory, 6cm diam £100 - £150

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1356 English School, early 19th century, a portrait miniature, head and shoulders, Lieutenant Thomas Alford, killed on board H.M.S. Triton, aged 21 March 1801, on ivory, 6cm x 5cm, framed; associated letters, framed (2) £150 - £200

1357 French School, late 19th century, miniature portrait of a lady, signed, N Dupre, half length, seated with flowers in her hair, lace trimmed blue dress, oval, watercolour on ivory, 8.5cm x 6.5cm, pierced and cast gilt metal frame; others (5) £100 - £150

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1358 French School, 19th century, a portrait miniature, of a lady wearing a bonnet and white trimmed lilac dress, oval,on porcelain, 6.5cm x 5cm, the back inscribed Walery, Londres £100 - £150 1359 In the manner of Andrew Plimer (1763-1837), a miniature, head and shoulders, of a beautiful lady, wearing a white dress, 5.7cm x 5cm, gilt metal oval slip, the frame with blue enamel border, suspension ring, 7.5cm x 6.5cm £1,200 - £1,800

1360 Indian School, 19th century, a pair of portrait miniatures, Maharaja and Maharani, wearing gold embroidered fabrics, 11cm x 8cm £100 - £150

1361 Richard Cosway R.A., 1742-1821, a portrait miniature, of a beautiful young lady, wearing a white blouse, initials RC , on ivory,7cm x 5.5cm, gold coloured metal frame, the verso with plaited hair, suspension loop, 9cm x 6cm £300 - £500

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1362 Thomas Lamines, a 19th century miniature group, signed, of three young adults, one with beads in her hair, the other with blue ribbon, he with white stock, circular, on ivory, 11.5cm diam, the gold coloured metal mounted frame, with ivory border, the verso with tortoiseshell back with monogram and abalone, mother-of-pearl and gold wreath, red morocco leather case £300 - £500

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Blue John and Ashford Marble

1368, 1372, 1371,1370 & 1367 1365 A 19th century Ashford marble obelisk thermometer, retailed by J Turner of Buxton, typically inlaid with flowering stems, pyramidal base, square plinth, 21cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100

1370 A Derbyshire Blue John circular bowl, 7cm diam £100 - £150

1371 A Derbyshire Blue John circular shallow bowl, 16cm diam £300 - £500

1366 A 19th century Ashford marble circular inkstand, the clear glass well, with hinged cover, the stand inlaid with lily of the valley and forget-me-nots, 17cm diam, c.1870 £120 - £180

1372 A Derbyshire Blue John waisted cylindrical pedestal urn, 10cm high £200 - £300

1373 An unusual Ashford marble and gilt metal easel photograph frame, inlaid in coloured stones, with doves in flight carrying flowering forget-me-not stems, 30cm high, c.1870 £300 - £500

1367 A 19th century Derbyshire Blue John circular shallow bowl, 13cm diam £300 - £400

1368 A 19th century Derbyshire Blue John shallow pedestal urn, turned column, circular base, square Ashford marble plinth, 15cm high £1,000 - £1,200

1374 A fine post-Regency ormolu mounted Derbyshire Blue John two-handled campana shaped lighting urn, New Cavern Vein, the three spool shaped sconces within open flowering lilies on tall S-scroll leafy stems, the divided wrythen scroll handles terminating in stiff acanthus leaves, the sides conforming, acanthus socle, laurel ringlet, lotus cast square base, shaped feet, 52.5cm high, c.1830 £2,000 - £3,000

1369 A Derbyshire Ashford marble table top, centred with a gaming border and chequered white and black marble, the border inlaid with butterflies and flowering stems to angles, within crinoid marble, lapis, Blue John, bloodstone and other sample marbles and abalone, 60cm square £300 - £500

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1375 Geological Specimen - Blue John uncut, 22cm x 17cm and 20cm x 12cm (2) £200 - £300

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Jade, Ivory and Oriental Carvings

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1378 Chinese School (20th Century), a carved rock crystal group, as a stylised worm and bat, 11cm long £40 - £60 1379 Two Japanese papier mâché noh masks, one fierce with open mouth, 5.5cm high; other, 6cm high £70 - £90 1380 A Chinese carved hardwood figure, of Guanyin, standing, in flowing robes, 41cm high £100 - £150 1383

1381 A good 19th century Chinese boxwood carving, of an elder, standing in flowing robes, holding a scroll, on intertwined leafy branches, 41cm high £300 - £500

1383 A pair of Chinese carved bamboo temple lions, both seated with mouths open, he with his left paw on a sphere, she with a cup, hardwood stands, 16cm high £300 - £500

1382 A Japanese cylindrical bronze brush pot, cast with bamboo, cranes, birds and flowering prunus, shaped base, 14cm high, Meiji period £60 - £80

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1385 A pair of Chinese jadite and hardstone Bonsai trees, fruiting branches, rectangular troughs, 28cm high £60 - £100

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1386 A Japanese natural and green stained ivory group, of three flowering irises, in an oval table jardinière, 20cm high £200 - £300

1387 A Chinese jade bi-disc, wrythen carved, 28cm diam The original function and significance of the bi are unknown, as the Neolithic cultures have left no written history. From these earliest times they were buried with the dead, as a sky symbol, accompanying the dead into the after world or sky” £100 - £150 1388 A Chinese jade Neolithic style bangle, spirally fluted dragon head’s terminals, 8cm diam, £40 - £60

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1394 A Chinese jade carving, of a mythical bird, standing, square plinth, 10.5cm high, square hardwood stand, 13.5cm overall £400 - £500

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1389 A Chinese jade hu vase and cover, carved overall with mythical beasts, cover conforming, 19cm high £120 - £180 1390 A Chinese carved jade model of a panther, 9cm long £70 - £100

1391 A Chinese jade ring hook, carved as a mythical beast, 80cm high £70 - £100

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1392 A Chinese jade belt hook, carved with mask terminal, 17cm long £40 - £60

1395 A Chinese jade two-handled Hu shaped vase, carved in relief with a dragons on a chequered lattice ground, loose ring handles to sides, detachable cover, spire finial, hardwood stand, 40cm high £300 - £500

1393 A Chinese mutton fat jade carved pendant, of a ferocious mask and bat, 7.5cm high £40 - £60 For more images please visit

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1396 A Chinese green jade figure, of Guanyin, holding lotus flowers, 17cm high, ebonised plinth, 21cm overall £50 - £80

1397 A Chinese carved jade panel, of a bearded fisherman, seated, catching a carp, 9cm high; another, Buddha, 10cm high (2) £400 - £500

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1398 A 20th century Chinese jade carved sea dragon, 7.5cm high £40 - £60

1400 A Cantonese ivory cylindrical bodkin case, carved overall with dragons, birds and mythical beasts, 15.5cm long; another, similar (2) £120 - £180

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1407 A Chinese Nephrite brown bear, catching a salmon, 6.5cm long £40 - £60

1401 A Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, carved in relief within shaped oval reserves with figures, pagodas and blossoming prunus, the verso conforming within a vase shaped cartouche, 11.5cm long, c.1900 £60 - £100

1408 A Chinese ogee shaped moss agate bowl, 15cm diam £50 - £80

1402 A Chinese hardstone mountain carving, carved with trees, waterfalls and fisherman by a lake, pierced hardwood stand, 11cm overall £200 - £300

1403 A Chinese hardstone panel, carved with a mountain, buildings and trees, an elder and his son, 13cm high £180 - £220

1404 A Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, standing wearing a hooded robe over his high forehead, resting on a stick, 20cm high £80 - £120 1405 A Chinese ivory, of a reclining figure, his elbow resting on a pillow, carved hardwood stand, 17cm long, mid 19th century £200 - £300

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1409 A Chinese silver coloured metal mounted ceremonial ladle, egg shell bowl, the mounts cast with cray fish, carp and leafy fronds, horn ‘bamboo’ handle, 24cm long £60 - £100

1406 A Chinese malachite bottle and stopper, carved overall with birds standing amongst flowering and leafy stems, the cover with bud finial, 12.5cm high £80 - £120

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1410 A good 19th century novelty carved ivory walking cane handle, carved as a hound’s head, with sprung articulated jaw for gloves, tall gilt metal collar, set with glass eyes, 12.5cm long overall £300 - £500

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1411 An 18th century Chinese ivory fish, well carved with open toothed mouth, 28cm long, c.1780 £300 - £500

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1412 An alabaster ovoid temple jar, cylindrical neck, everted rim, 18cm high £60 - £100

1417 A Japanese ivory okimono, of a farm labourer and his son, carrying tools and baskets of produce, 9.5cm high, Meiji period £120 - £180

1413 An early 20th century Chinese export ivory chess set, carved as emperor, empress, warriors and officials, the rooks as pagodas, plain and stained opposition, 10.5cm to 6cm high, c.1920 £200 - £300

1415 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved with an ape stealing a basket of fruit, from an elder carrying his child, 34cm high, Meiji period £200 - £300

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1418 A Japanese ivory okimono, of a fisherman, he stands, his spear across his shoulder, the day’s catch in his hand, oval base, 15.5cm high, signed, Meiji period £120 - £180

1416 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved with figures by a cauldron, 6cm high £70 - £90

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1421 A Japanese ivory okimono, of an elderly bearded fisherman, he stands with spear raised, one foot on a rock, his creel at his side, 12cm high, Meiji period, hardwood stand £80 - £120

1422 A Japanese ivory okimono, of cormorant fisherman and his sons, he stands wearing an apron and textured hat, holding the roped bird, his sons with nets of fish, 31cm high, Meiji period £600 - £1,000 1423 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono, of a fox attacking a hare, oval base, 5cm high, Meiji period £50 - £70

1424 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono, of a geisha girl, standing in flowing robes, 14cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100

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1425 A Japanese ivory tusk section box, the cover carved with elephant and apes, 12cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100

1420 A Japanese ivory okimono, of a wise man, standing in robes, holding a spear supporting a three clawed dragon, a demon at his feet, 23cm high, Meiji period £100 - £150

1427 A Japanese okimono, of a farmer, holding a scythe, 18cm high, signed, Meiji period £100 - £150

1426 A Japanese okimono, of a family group, with father and two children, he stands with fan and drum, his children at his side with fan and sticks, 14.5cm high, Meiji period £100 - £150

1419 A Japanese ivory okimono, of a peasant, standing on driftwood with an oar, wooden plinth, 17cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200

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1447 Folk Art - a novelty skin covered cane, the curved handle carved as the head of a snake, 91cm long £50 - £70 1448 Folk Art - a 19th century walking cane, carved in relief with a curled snake, L-shaped handle, 90cm long £40 - £60

1449 Folk Art - a 19th century walking cane, carved as a hand holding a club, naturalistically detailed with stitching to cuff, 96cm long £50 - £70

1450 An unusual 19th century stag antler walking cane handle, carved as a zoomorphic lizard, bead eyes, hardwood shaft, 104cm long £60 - £100

1451 An Edwardian silver mounted walking cane, the curved handle engraved with scrolling foliage, palm wood shaft, 89cm long, the mount Birmingham 1908; others, similar; others, ivory handles; etc (6) £80 - £120

1452 An early 20th century novelty walking cane, curved handle, the shaft concealing an umbrella, 89cm long, c.1920 £40 - £60 1453 A Victorian silver mounted gentleman’s walking cane, the domed pommel engraved and chased with scrolling foliage, malacca shaft, 89cm long, the mount Birmingham 1897; others, similar (4) £60 - £100

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1433 A Japanese carved bone sword handle, with figures collecting water, stylised flowerheads and foliage, 14cm high £70 - £90

1454 A Victorian ivory novelty walking cane handle, carved as a poodle, with mouth open, glass eyes, bamboo

1434 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved with a mother and children playing with frogs, climbing on roofs and waving sticks, signed, 5cm high £100 - £150

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1435 A Japanese ivory okimono group, of three elders, seated and carrying sacks, shaped hardwood stand, 6cm high, Meiji period £50 - £70

1455 A silver coloured metal novelty walking cane handle, as a dog’s head, stained wood shaft, 89cm long £40 - £60

1436 A Japanese ivory okimono, an elder, seated supporting a Geisha girl, carved hardwood plinth, 20cm overall £100 - £200

1456 A silver coloured metal hafted walking cane, embossed with flowers and scrolls, 89cm long; another, with spherical pommel, applied with ivory disc carved with an elephant, 88cm high; others (4) £50 - £70

Walking Sticks

1457 A patinated spelter novelty walking cane handle, as a young lady, bust length, wrapped in a shawl, wooden shaft, 94cm long £30 - £50

1445 Tribal Art - a Colonial horn and ivory novelty walking cane handle, carved as an exotic bird, banded ferrule, hardwood shaft, 89cm long £60 - £100

1458 A malachite gentleman’s walking cane handle, carved as a lion’s head, ebonised shaft, 91cm long; a gentleman’s ebonised walking cane, octagonal ‘rock crystal’ pommel, 91cm long; another, spherical agate pommel, tortoiseshell and palm wood shaft, 92cm long; another, cast as the head of a duck; another (5) £40 - £60

1446 Military/Police - an early 20th century silver coloured metal mounted baton, British Guiana Police, 70cm long; another, silver mounted,The St John Ambulance Brigade, ebonised shaft, 67.5cm long, the mount Birmingham 1920; others, Trinidad & Tobago Police Force; Prisons Service Uganda; Boys Brigade; another, plain silver globular pommel (6) £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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1459 A Japanese novelty walking cane handle, carved as a tiger, exotic wood shaft, 87cm long £40 - £60 149

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1468 A 19th century novelty walking cane, the tall silver coloured metal handle cast as the head of a dog, deep collar bright-cut engraved and inscribed ‘I Bagshaw’, malacca shaft, 85cm long £60 - £100

1460 A good 19th century ivory novelty gentleman’s walking cane handle, probably Anglo-Indian, carved full length as a fierce lion, glass eyes, ebony shaft, 94cm long £120 - £180

1469 A 19th century ivory novelty walking cane handle, probably Japanese, carved as a lion holding it’s prey, hardwood shaft, 93cm long Reference: Snyder illustrates similar examples, and notes their popularity in Europe, England and Japan. Snyder, Jeffrey B., Canes and Walking Sticks: A Stroll Through Time and Place, Schiffer Publishing Ltd (Atglen 2004), p. 141 £60 - £100 1470 A 19th century ivory novelty walking cane handle, carved as a retriever’s head, open mouthed and snarling, silver coloured metal ferrule embossed with flowers and leafy scrolls, coromandal shaft, 91cm long £60 - £100 1461

1471 A 19th century ivory novelty cane handle, carved as a bulldog’s head, glass eyes, ebonised shaft, 92cm long £60 - £100

1461 A good 18th century ivory walking stick handle, carved with a ferocious lion, mask to verso, 10cm wide £60 - £100

1472 A 19th century Continental porcelain globular cane handle, printed with colourful summer flowers, gold coloured metal ferrule, hardwood shaft, 92cm long £40 - £60

1462 A gentleman’s walking cane, the silver handle cast as a duck’s head, 81cm long, London 1901 £80 - £120 1463 A gentleman’s walking cane, the plated handle cast as a crouching greyhound, 88cm long £60 - £90

1474 Folk Art - a 19th century polychrome walking cane, possibly North American, carved with a ‘totem pole’ of back to back full and half length caricatured figures, each dressed in long coats and hats, 90cm long £100 - £150

1464 A gentleman’s walking cane, curved handle with horn terminal carved as a bird, bamboo shaft, 92cm long £60 - £100

1475 Tribal Art - an African hardwood walking cane, hooped ‘spade’ handle, the shaft pierced and carved as a curled snake, 98cm long £40 - £60

1465 A Black Forest polychrome novelty walking cane handle, carved as a terrier, with open mouth in an amusing expression, hardwood shaft, 94cm long £40 - £60

1476 Tribal Art - an African hardwood walking cane, the pommel carved as a tribal women carrying a large pot on her head, the shaft with stylised animals, 92cm long £40 - £60

1466 A 19th/early 20th century gentleman’s silver coloured metal novelty walking cane handle, cast as a putto sleeping, ebonised shaft, 92cm long £60 - £100

1477 Tribal Art - an African hardwood walking cane, the oval section shaped and twisted shaft carved with a stylised bird eating a fish, ivory inlaid eyes, 96cm long, late 19th century £60 - £100

1467 A 19th/early 20th century silver coloured metal gentleman’s walking cane handle, cast as a monkey, malacca shaft, 89cm long £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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Light Fittings 1491 A late Victorian gilt metal and opaque glass table oil lamp, slice-cut clear glass reservoir, slender baluster column, the shaped circular base embossed with flowers, scrolls and strap-work, 74cm high, c.1890 £40 - £60

1492 AVictorian cranberry glass and brass table oil lamp, the cranberry fluted globular shade acid etched, the reservoir facet cut, spirally fluted column, embossed circular base, c.1860 £100 - £150 1493 A Chinese hardwood figure, of an elder, standing supported on a gnarled stick wearing flowing robes, 53cm high, late 19th century £40 - £60

1494 A fine pair of French Empire bronze and ormolu three-light wall sconces, cast as angels, holding leafy urnular sconces, standing on stiff leaves, issuing S-shaped candlearms, with winged bird head terminals, broad drip pans, 41cm high, c.1820 1495 A pair of Regency dark patinated bronze mantel sticks, campana sconces, detachable nozzles with egg and dart borders, above pierced chambers cast with shells and leafy scrolls, acanthus grasped lion’s head erased supports, pine cone under-finials, circular base, lion paw feet, 23cm high, c.1820 £150 - £180

1496 A Victorian lacquered brass Corinthian column table oil lamp, the reservoir embossed with stylised shells and leaves, spreading circular socle, square base, 79cm high, c.1870 £80 - £120

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1497 An early 19th century Roman Revival bronze and ormolu three-light tripod candle stand, flame finial, half fluted campana sconces, tapered supports cast with female busts, terminating in lion paw feet, turned marble base, 121cm high, c.1825 £200 - £300 1498 An early 20th century brass Corinthian column oil lamp, frosted etched shade, clear glass reservoir, stepped square base, 76cm high £100 - £150

1499 An early 20th century brass oil lamp, cranberry reservoir, fluted column, lobed domed base, 41cm high, c.1900 £100 - £150 1500 An unusual Art Deco Egyptian Revisal bronze, marble and alabaster table lamp, cast with a dark patinated bronze sphinx on tall translucent alabaster panels, decorated with a camel train before the sphinx, lit from within, wooden plinth, 32cm wide, c.1930 £200 - £300

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Taxidermy

1505 Taxidermy - an Armadillo, on a rectangular wooden plinth, 64cm long £60 - £100 1506 Taxidermy - a tortoise skeleton, mounted, 27cm high £150 - £200

1507 Taxidermy - a large saw fish blade, mounted, 121cm high £250 - £350

1508 Taxidermy - butterflies , various, in a case, 44cm x 47cm £40 - £60

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1521 A 19th century sailor’s woolwork, embroidered with galleon, off the coast, 36cm x 61cm, maple frame £300 - £400

1509 Taxidermy - a pair of Crimson Rosellas, cased, 77cm x 33cm £50 - £70 1510 Natural History - a mushroom coral, turned ebonised stand, 19cm diam £40 - £60

1522 A George III needlework sampler, embroidered by Susannah Roberts, with stylised building, birds, foliage, dog and verse within meandering floral border, 37cm x 33cm £100 - £150

1511 Natural History - a sea tree fan, mounted, 65cm highh £100 - £150

1523 A George III rectangular needlework sampler, embroidered by Susanna Bagley, with verse, alphabet, stylised birds and scrolls, meandering floral border, 38cm x 29cm £60 - £90

1512 Natural History - a red sponge coral, turned ebonised stand, 30cm high £60 - £100 1513 Natural History - a quantity of lantern slides, mainly of insects, animals and shells, approx 400 £200 - £300

1524 A George III silk work picture, Crumford (sic) Near Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, 19cm x 22cm, c.1800 £40 - £60

1514 Natural History - a collection of fossils and shells including ammonite, flints, coral; etc £50 - £70

1525 A George IV rectangular needlework sampler, embroidered by Francis Goodall, 1827, with alphabet, verse, stylised cottage, trees, flowers and birds, within meandering floral border, 39cm x 42cm £80 - £120

1515 A Victorian oak oval taxidermy frame, leafy scroll cresting boldly carved with a hound’s head, domed pane enclosing a pair of exotic birds, 82cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120

1526 An early 17th century stumpwork and tapestry panel, embroidered with The Story of Rebekah, showing her offering a drink to the weary traveller, getting the water from the camel and other scenes described in Genesis 24, the events of the full story in the vignettes and James I in a quest for a Spanish Infanta as a bride, deep banded border with stylised flowers, fruit and scrolls, 55cm x 106cm, framed, c.1620

1516 Taxidermy - a sawfish bill, on turned ebonied plinth, 65cm high £60 - £100 1517 Taxidermy - a sea turtle, 55cm long

Textiles

£60 - £100

The reference to James I in the panel refers to James I in a quest for a Spanish Infanta as a bride, for the future Charles I during 1620-1623. Charles and the 1st Duke of Buckingham went to Madrid in 1623 to arrange it, but Buckingham, sensing it was going to be very unpopular in England, contrived to have it all broken off and relations with Spain became very bad in consequence. The story of Rebekah would have relevance only before the scheme went bottom up in 1623 on Charles’s return from Madrid. £1,000 - £1,500

1519 A 19th century shaped silk cushion cover, with central square panel embroidered in gold thread with flowers and scrolls, on a light green ground, 47cm wide; another, square, in 17th century, 50cm wide; etc (3) £60 - £100 1520 A 19th century sailor’s panel, embroidered with Royal Crest, standards, sailing ship and banner inscribed Dieu Et Mon Droit, 44cm x 37.5cm £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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1526 1531 A Victorian needlework sampler, embroidered by Selina Barber, with mourning figures and casket and inscribed In Memory of William Daniel Barber, who died July 19th 1868 Aged 55 Years, Wait but a little while, In uncomplaining Love, God’s own most gracious smile, Shall welcome you above, 1879, within stylised flowers, 56cm square £80 - £120

1527 A mid 17th century note book, the cover embroidered in silver thread in relief with Coat of Arms, representation of the arms of the Anglo-Norse Derbyshire family of Touchet and Markeaton, on blue silk, 12.5cm x 8.5cm

The Anglo-Norse Derbyshire family of Touchet and Markeaton became Lords Audley by inheritance in the 14th century, when the arms became quartered, unquartered, as here, are the armorial shield of the junior branch, long settled at Buglawton Hall, Whitley Hall, Whitely Touchet (now Lower Whitley) & Tattenhall, all in Cheshire, Ashwell in Rutland and Leigh Comby, Salop. They seem to have died out in the Civil War. £400 - £600

1528 A Victorian needlework sampler, embroidered by Catherine Margaret Whyman, 1841, with verse, stylised birds and foliage, within meandering border, 30cm x 29cm £40 - £60

1529 A Victorian needlework sampler, embroidered by Florence Wardle, with alphabet, numerals and verse, 40cm x 31cm; another, George III, embroidered by Ann Warfender, 1792, in silk, with stylised tree, animals and bowls of fruit, 19cm square; etc (3) £80 - £120 1530 Derbyshire - a Victorian needlework sampler, embroidered by Sarah Weston, with Denby school, Denby church, stylised foliage and verse, finished 1884, meandering border, 64cm x 57cm £150 - £200

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1545 A Turkish woollen rug, rectangular field with rows of geometric hooked motifs, banded border with stylised flowers and angular leafy stems, blue, orange and green, on a red ground, 372cm x 315cm, early 20th century £400 - £600

1532 A Victorian woolwork tapestry, embroidered by Mary Sutcliffe, work 1854. with family group, inscribed Happy Family Here, within floral border, 64cm square £100 - £150

1533 An 18th century Southern European needlework armorial book cover, worked in gilt and coloured threads with coat of arms and leafy scrolls, on a green ground, 28cm x 19cm £120 - £180

1546 A Turkish woollen kelim, the rectangular field with an arrangement of hooked medallions and motifs, banded geometric borders, orange, blue, cream, green, brown and yellow, on a red and cream ground, 265cm x 164cm £60 - £100

1534 An Arts and Craft needlework, embroidered with scrolling roses, flowers and foliage within a circular cartouche, inscribed after Robert Herrick, Welcome Maids of Honour You Bring in the Spring and Wait Upon Her, doves to angles, 56cm x 58cm, c.1900 £60 - £100

1547 Indian School, a set of three, paintings on linen,The Royal Procession, with elephants and dancers amongst lush flora, picked out in gilt, floral border, 115cm x 166cm, framed £100 - £200

1535 An early Victorian needlework sampler, embroidered by Martha Allen, aged 7, Nottingham 1843, with buildings, trees, foliage, figures, insects and verse within meandering scroll border, 41.5cm x 38cm £100 - £150

Wine

1536 Approx forty bone, boxwood and turned wood lace bobbins, various makers, some named £40 - £60

1550 Chateau Palmer 1960, Margaux, seal intact, level top shoulder, labels worn (1) £60 - £80

1538 Ernest Townsend (Died 1944), The Golden Dressing Gown, a silk dressing gown, embroidered with black scrolling dragons, on a gold ground, c.1940 This dressing gown was owned by Ernest Townsend and is worn by Townsend in the painting entitled The Golden Dressing Gown £100 - £150

1551 Taylor’s Vintage Port 1955, bottled Oporto 1957, Taylor Fladgate and Yeatman, level low neck, wax seal and paper seal damaged (1) £160 - £180

1552 Chateau Petit-Village 1955, Pomerol, level high shoulder on both, seals intact one label scuffed both labels soiled (2) £200 - £260

1539 A Victorian needlework sampler, by Elizabeth Yates, 1849, embroidered with verse, horse and carriage, sailing ships and flowers, 62cm x 59.5cm £150 - £200

1553 Fine Old Port, shipped by Campbell & Menzies, 1950’s £30 - £50

1540 A Khazakstan woollen rug, rectangular field centred by a stepped lozenge with hooked medallions and rows of stylised leaves, in tones of brown, cream and blue, on an orange and red ground, 220cm x 119cm £60 - £100

1554 Three bottles of Chateau Laroze Grand Cru Classe Saint Emilion, 0,75 l £40 - £60

1541 A Persian woollen rug, the field and banded borders with stylised flowers and geometric motifs, blue, pink, green and cream, on a Burgundy ground, 395cm x 307cm £60 - £100

1555 Warre’s Vintage Port 1985 bottled 1987 Oporto, seals intact, labels good, levels in neck (3) £75 - £100

1556 Porto Colheita 1952, Niepoort & Ca.Lda. Porto Portugal, brown wax cap chipped showing metal seal beneath, seal and guarantee label intact, painted label good, paper label on back slightly damaged, level lower neck £140 - £180

1542 A Persian woollen runner, the rectangular field with two rows of twenty seven guls, banded borders with further guls, outlined with garde borders of lozenges, cream, green and brown, on a red ground, 314cm x 78cm £40 - £60

1543 A Middle Eastern rectangular woollen rug, the rectangular field with a dense pattern of hooked motifs, banded borders and garde borders, red/pink, green, blue and cream, 323cm x 217cm £60 - £100

1557 Port (possibly Taylor’s) unlabelled bottle, seal originally wax with traces of numbers 195?- visible, probably a recorked bottle from 1930's £60 - £80 1558 Royal Salute 21 year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, Chivas Brothers Ltd. Aberdeen, 75cl, 26.4 fl.ozs 70 proof, in green Spode ceramic bottle, silver type cap, To Celebrate Coronation of Queen Elizabeth, seal intact, labels good, in green velvet tie bag £40 - £60

1544 An Anatolian woollen rug, the rectangular field with stylised geometric and hooked motifs, in red, green and yellow on a blue/turquoise ground, the border with a broad band of stylised flowers and angular stems, 270cm x 267cm, early 20th century £600 - £800 For more images please visit

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1572 A hunting sword, 59cm long straight single edge blade engraved both sides with foliate design around hunting dogs and fleeing deer, riveted ebony grip, short straight steel cross guards, 75cm long overall, leather scabbard steel furniture, 19th Century £100 - £150

1559 Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1971 Kandinsky label, Baron de Rothschild Pauillac, seal intact, label slight wear Wassily Kandinsky design at top, level high shoulder £100 - £150

Weapons

1573 A hunting sword, 60cm long straight single edge blade, foliate decoration with images of dog and hare, wide ‘hollow ground’ fuller both sides, ebony grips, brass rivets short brass cross guards and furniture, 75cm long overall, 4.5cm wide at ricasso, 19th Century £80 - £120

1565 A British bayonet World War 1 1907 pattern, 43cm long single edge fullered blade, no quillon engraved HAPMAN at ricasso, wooden grips, leather scabbard, steel furniture, c. 1914; another1907 pattern bayonet US made dated 1917, two cross grooves on wooden grip, leather scabbard, leather frog, c. 1917 £40 - £60

1574 A percussion pepperbox pistol, six barrels, 6.5cm long 7.5mm bore, top hammer, steel trigger guard and butt, chequered grips (a restoration project), c. 1860 £20 - £30

1566 A Canadian bayonet for the Ross rifle, 25.5cm long single edge knife blade, short quillon, wooden grips, engraved on pommel ROSS RIFLE CO QUEBEC, leather scabbard, integral belt loop, c. 1916; another, British spike bayonet model No 4 MK11, 19cm long blade, steel cylindrical scabbard with flat bottom, c. 1940; another, a British bayonet 1888 pattern, 30.5cm long double edge blade, leather scabbard, integral belt loop, c. 1890 (3) £50 - £60

1575 A pole arm, 135cm long pole mounted with double steel scythe-like curved fullered blades, 76cm long from point to point; five sections of armour (6) £60 - £100

1576 A Polish Army dress Rogatywka (square crown peaked cap), the square crown above maroon coloured band mounted with Polish eagle metal cap badge and star, black peak, metal edge, black leather chin strap, Lock & Co St. James Street London; a British steel helmet (as new) painted Polish eagle emblem; a Solar Topee c. 1940 (3) £300 - £350

1567 A Caucasian (?) Kindjal, 27.5cm long blade, typical long point, three fullers to one side two fullers to other, all metal grip, embossed decoration, 39.5cm long overall, silver coloured metal scabbard, wired chape, front panel with inset stone, niello foliate inlay, surface wired decoration, smooth rear panel, small suspension ring, c. early 20th Century £400 - £500

1577 A Polish cavalry pouch, brass bound black leather, Polish eagle and crossed swords metal badge on flap, 17cm x 12cm x 5cm two suspension rings to side, c. 1930; Polish army belt buckle, silver coloured metal Polish eagle mounted on dark red background framed in brass, c. 1940; British army water bottle c. 1940; leather pouch for belt; maroon plastic shield with white Polish eagle (Polish American Congress 1955 - ‘million dollar fund for restoring freedom to Poland’); others (8) £60 - £80

1568 Eleven distressed socket bayonets, eight with locking rings, two with cruciform blades the remainder triangular with blade lengths 40cm to 53cm. £40 - £60

1569 A French knife bayonet model 1892, 40cm long fullered single edge blade, muzzle ring and forward facing quillon, wooden grips two rivets, black steel scabbard numbered 7098, c. 1900; another French epee bayonet model 1886, 51.7cm long cruciform blade (Lebel rifle), white metal grip, forward facing quillon, black steel scabbard, c.1890; another German knife bayonet model 1884/98, 24.5cm long single edge fullered blade marked at ricasso WP and Zbr4, numbered on guard 17435, black steel scabbard, c. 1940 (3) £85 - £120

1578 A short sword/hanger, 51cm long curved single edge blade, hollow ground fuller, engraved both sides with hatted men and decoration, decorated cast brass grip and pommel, one forward and one backward facing quillon, 64.5cm long overall. c. mid 19th Century £80 - £120 1579 A sword, slightly curved 83cm long fullered single edge blade, chisel point engraved 86516 at ricasso, sheet steel guard pommel and backstrap, chequered leather grip with spring scabbard catch, 97cm long overall, steel scabbard, single suspension ring, c. 1890 £60 - £100

1570 A German Nazi officer’s sword, 90cm. long plated fullered slightly curved blade engraved at ricasso EICHORN SOLINGEN, gilded (?) brass knucklebow guard backstrap and pommel, the langet bearing the Nazi emblem, black grip bound with silver coloured wire, 103cm long overall, black scabbard, single suspension ring, c. 1940 £100 - £150

1580 A Sykes Commando fighting knife, 17cm long double edge blade, ribbed metal grip, leather scabbard, steel chape, integral frog, c. 1940 £30 - £50

1571 A Polish sabre, 81cm long single edge curved blade 4cm wide at ricasso with triple fullers, three bar brass hilt, langet backstrap and pommel, top of backstrap with embossed eagle crest, wire bound fish skin grip, 96cm overall, steel scabbard, two suspension rings c. late 19th Century £200 - £250 For more images please visit

1581 A Webley Junior .177 air pistol No: 405, 18cm long barrel/cylinder, cylinder engraved THE WEBLEY JUNIOR” .177 WEBLEY& SCOTT LTD BIRMINGHAM MADE IN ENGLAND, c. 1937 £50 - £80 155

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1589 Polish Services World War Two headgear, three black berets with enamelled regimental badges each with Polish eagle crest, one cloth, one woven wire, the captain’s three star with brass attachment; one green beret, alloy eagle insignia; two unused khaki berets; Air Force blue side cap, metal eagle badge; officer’s khaki side cap, cloth eagle insignia; metal five pointed star khaki side cap, metal eagle insignia, cloth regimental flashes etc (14) c. 1940-1946 £80 - £120

1592 World War 1 German ‘butcher’ bayonets, Seitengewehr M98/05 (2); M1898/02 saw back (2), blades 37cm long in scabbards, three with leather frogs, makers Frister and Rosmann Berlin, Weyersberg Kirschbaum Solingen, Waffenfabrik Mauser, J.H.Becker Solingen, (4) c. 1905/18 £100 - £150 1594 World War II British Army officer’s greatcoat, 1940 dismounted pattern made by M.Brown and Co.Ltd. Leeds, Size11 (6ft1in to 6ft 2in. breast 41-43ins), plastic buttons, embossed Royal Lion and Unicorn cypher £80 - £120

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1595 World War II Polish Army officer’s khaki battledress blouse, POLAND flashes to shoulders, three stars on epaulets, regimental enamelled insignia on collar, medal ribbons including Monte Cassino on left breast, Polish 2 Corps metal badge above, plain buttons; similar battledress blouse POLAND flashes to shoulders, metal embossed eagle buttons, no other insignia 1940-1946 (2) £50 - £70

1582 An Indian Shamshir, curved etched single edge blade 78cm long, brass cross-guard grip and pommel decoratively engraved with foliage and flowers, red cloth-covered scabbard, extensively engraved brass furniture, two suspension rings, 19th century; Indian Tulwar, curved plain single edge blade, 78cm long, grip cross-guard and pommel highly decorated with black and gold-coloured foliage and flowers, pommel with pivoted loop, 19th century; a French Chassepot bayonet with remains of black paint, distressed condition (3) £200 - £300

1597 World War II Polish army officer’s khaki desert jacket, two metal stars on each epaulet, embossed eagle buttons; Polish naval rating trousers and jacket; British army battledress trousers, 1943 (Montague Burton Leeds) and flannel shirt; khaki twill jodhpurs, c. 1940-1946 (6) £80 - £120

1583 British military accoutrements - two webbing belts, one cloth belt, three canvas bayonet frogs, two leather frogs, canvas gaiters etc. c. 1935-45 (8) £40 - £60

1598 World War II Polish Army officer’s khaki jacket, POLAND flashes to shoulders, three stars on epaulets, lapels with green and white flashes, embossed eagle buttons; similar jacket, embossed eagle buttons, no national or regimental insignia; British Army jacket, similar pattern, embossed lion and unicorn buttons; British Army battledress blouse, standard buttons no insignia, 1940-1946 (4) £60 - £80

1584 British No.4 Mark 11 spike bayonets of varying socket fabrication in MK1 Mk11 and MK111 scabbards, blades 20cm long, (7) c. 1940-1950 £30 - £50

1585 British paratrooper steel helmets; canvas haversack; pair leather army boots (6) c. 1940 £80 - £120

1599 World War II Polish Army staff sergeant’s khaki battledress blouse, POLAND flashes to shoulders, white braided epaulets, regimental insignia on collar points, medal ribbons on left breast, Polish 2 Corps badge above, left sleeve with insignia of Polish Second Warsaw Armoured Division, right sleeve with additional identifier; World War Two Polish Army officer’s khaki battledress blouse, POLAND flashes to shoulders, stitched single ribbon to epaulets, medal ribbons on left breast, metal Polish 2 Corps badge above, divisional insignia on left sleeve, 1943-1946 (2) £100 - £150

1587 German bayonets model 1884/98, 25cm long single edge fullered blade, wooden grips, black steel scabbards, Manufacturer’s PERKJN/WP GEBR HELLER MARIENTHAL F.P. RADOM 1939, c. 1940 (3) £25 - £40 1588 Japanese Arisaka bayonets, 40cm long single edge fullered blade, cross-guard with quillon, wooden grips, steel scabbard one with leather frog (Kotura arsenal), c. 1939(2); two French knife bayonets model 1892 40cm long single edge fullered blade with quillon, steel scabbard, c. 1900 (4) £50 - £70 For more images please visit

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1600 World War II Polish officer’s khaki battledress blouse, POLAND flashes to shoulders, stitched rank ribbons on epaulets, metal parachute insignia on collar points, medal ribbons on left breast, copper coloured metal parachutist badge above, 1944-1946 (1) £100 - £150

1605 A Canadian bayonet for Ross rifle, knife form-blade 25cm long single edge, bulky square wooden grips, engraved beside retaining spring ROSS RIFLE CO QUEBEC PATENTED 190(?), leather scabbard, integral frog/hanger, c. 1912; a Spanish ‘BOLO’ bayonet for CETME rifle, 24.7 cm long characteristic blade engraved at ricasso 1199, crown over FTN, chequered wooden grip, steel scabbard, c. 1930; a Swedish Mauser bayonet model 1896, 21cm long blade engraved at ricasso crown 263 and EJAB, chequered round steel grip with spring catch, steel scabbard, c.1896 (3) £60 - £100

1601 World War II Polish RAF pilot officer’s jacket, POLAND flashes to shoulder, RAF wings and medal ribbons above chest pocket, white metal pilot’s badge (polowy) eagle with laurel wreath above ribbons, lapel flashes with two stars, sleeves with pilot officer ring on cuffs, brass buttons embossed Polish eagle; another similar, jacket unadorned, c. 1942-1946 £80 - £120

1606 A British officer’s sword, 82cm. long straight partfullered blade etched with foliate decoration, to one side crown over royal coat of arms, to other ENGINEER, steel basket hilt incorporating crown over GRV cypher, steel pommel, chequered back strap, wire bound fish skin grip, 98.5cm long overall, leather covered scabbard in waterproof protective cover, c 1930 £150 - £200

1602 A 20th century Highland officer’s dress sword, 80cm engraved fullered blade, pierced hilt, doe skin liner and tassel, wire bound shagreen grip, nickel-plated steel scabbard, two lanyard rings, 102cm long £40 - £60

1603 A double-barrelled shotgun, 76.5cm. long barrels 12mm bore engraved T.WILD 17-18 WHITTALL STREET BIRMINGHAM, foliate engraved lock plates with T Wild within, wooden stock, rubber(?) butt plate, chequered grip and fore-stock, probably 20th century £120 - £180

1607 A Japanese kutana, 67cm blade, bound shagreen grip with bronze floral menuki and tsuba, laced leather covered scabbard, 98cm overall £500 - £700

1608 A rare late 17th German/Silesian wheel lock carbine, 61cm flared octagonal barrel, steel lock, triple finger trigger guard, the walnut stock with sliding musket ball compartment, full walnut stock, inlaid in bone with a stag hunt, 87cm long overall, c.1680 £2,000 - £3,000

1604 A British Household cavalry 1882 pattern sword, 88 cm long slightly curved single edged fullered blade marked at ricasso with WD arrow above WSC and inspector’s mark, chrome plated (?) steel basket guard incorporating a crown, pommel and back strap, wire bound fish skin grip, overall length 105cm., steel scabbard, two ring fittings, c.1885 £60 - £100

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1615 1609 A good Japanese wakizashi, 45cm blade, bronze and nunome tsuba, shagreen grip, lobster bronze menuki, the lacquered scabbard set with mother-of-pearl and abalone fragments, with Kozuka, signed, the kojiri cast as a lobster, 75cm long £800 - £1,200

1612 A George III percussion pocket pistol, by Fray, Leicester, the 11cm flared cylindrical barrel, full stock, steel ram rod, bag shaped grip, the steel lock plate inscribed Fray, the barrel inscribed Leicester, 23cm overall; etc £150 - £250

1611 An 18th/19th century Japanese kutana, 81cm blade, bound shagreen grip with bronze and gilt metal menuki, crude iron tsuba, lacquered scabbard, 112cm overall £200 - £300

1614 A French Giffard Patent type 4.5 calibre air rifle, 62.5cm sighted barrel inscribed MANUFACTURE FRANCAISE D’ARMES ET CYCLES DE SAINT ETIENNE, above a cylinder, walnut stock, serial no. 2322, 106cm long overall £100 - £150

1613 A BSA .22 calibre under lever air rifle, 48cm barrel, Parker Hale PH16 sight, walnut stock checkered and emblazoned, 115cm long overall, serial no. S53789, c.1920 £100 - £150

1610 A Japanese wakizashi blade, 39cm blade, bronze tsuba, shagreen grip, bronze menuki, 65cm long £100 - £150

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1624 Tribal Art - a Kuba Mukienge initiatory ‘elephant’ helmet mask, typically elaborately decorated with beads and cowrie shells, on a fibre base, wooden features £150 - £250

1615 A fine cased pair of percussion half stock duelling pistols, 27cm blued octagonal barrels, no. 1 and 2, engraved steel barrel locking pins, chequered walnut grips, turned steel finials to butt caps, 40cm long overall, the case, outlined with brass stringing and shield shaped cartouche, fitted with bullet mould, two ram rods, oil bottle, powder flask, nipple key, funnel and two turned rosewood percussion cap and bullet boxes and covers, 47cm wide £1,800 - £2,500

1625 Curiosities/Tribal Art - an African comb, decorated with bands and lozenges, 23.5cm long, New Guinea; another, Japanese; others (7) £80 - £120

1626 Curiosities/Tribal Art - an African headband, applied with cowrie shells, 25cm long; a long bone and nutshell necklace; beadwork; bracelets; etc (qty) £80 - £120

1616 A good Malayan Kris, the angled horn handle as a stylised bird, carved and pierced with floral scrolls, gilt metal socle, ivory tipped scabbard, 42cm long overall£150 - £250

1627 A Himalayan ice axe, steel head decorated with stylised roundels, swags and arks, brass mounted pyrography striped shaft applied with loose rings, terminating in a steel spike, 86.5cm long, early 20th century £80 - £120

1617 A George V infantry officers sword, wire bound shagreen grip, 82cm long, leather scabbard, 105cm long £50 - £80

Tribal

1618 Tribal Art - a Samoli conical rawhide buckler, decorated in geometric concentric circles, 32cm diam £40 - £60 1619 Tribal Art - a Trobrian Islands sago bowl, 69cm wideee £120 - £180 1620 Tribal Art - an Ashanti stool, of typical form, the base pierced and carved with stylised geometric motifs, 51cm high, 49cm wide, 20th century £60 - £100 1621 Tribal Art - an Ashanti stool, of typical form, the base carved as an elephant, 49cm high, 54cm wide, 20th century £60 - £100 1622 Tribal Art - an African coromandel walking stick, the terminal carved as a tribeswoman, 88.5cm long; others (3) £30 - £50 1623 Tribal Art - a Tongan apa’apai fighting club, the carved lanceolate blade with dynamic zig-zags and chequered panels, 106cm long, 19th century

One of the few types of weapon indigenous to Tonga as opposed to being imported from Fiji, this heavy two-handed club was the favoured implement of war from the mid-18th throughout the first half of the 19th century. Usually carved with ‘tata’, stylised geometric motifs, zig-zags and abstract figures, fish, animals and birds, they are typified by a diamond section head with either a flat, flared tip or a point. Reference: Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, 1884.91.51 £100 - £150

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1629 Paleontology - an ammonite, mounted, 24cm high £40 - £60

1630 A South American black glazed pot, globular body, carrying handle and spout, 20cm high; another (2) £100 - £150

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Bronzes and Sculptures

1638 English School (19th century), an alabaster portrait bust, of a yound woman, looking to dexter, spreading rectangular socle, 59cm high £100 - £150

1641 Italian School (19th Century), a green patinated bronze, Narcissus, lotus cast bases, 61cm high £1,000 - £1,500

1640 Auguste Moreau (1834 - 1917), a dark patinated bronze, after The Antique, an Etruscan mother and children, drinking from a clam shell, their hair in ringlets, 46cm high £2,000 - £3,000

1643 Marcel Debut, (1865-1933), a brown patinated bronze,The Young Flautist, Sous Bois, 27cm high £400 - £600

1639 A Chinese cast bronze tripod censer, 15.5cm diam, the base with Wanli seal £100 - £150

1642 Japanese School (Meiji Period), a near pair of brown patinated bronze vases, in relief with pagodas, trees and foliage, loose chain handles, 19.5cm high £200 - £300

1644 Jules Moigniez (1835-1894), a dark patinated bronze, a reeve, catching a fish, signed in the maquette, oval base, 20cm long

For a similar example see bronze sculpture of ‘Les Animaliers’ by Jane Horswell page 218 Jules Moigniez became a regular contributor to the Salon from 1859, Moigniez work was highly appreciated in France, America and also in England, he received a medal at the Great Exhibition held in London in 1862 and it is known that over half his work got exported abroad. Moigniez’s premiere choice of subject was birds. £300 - £400

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1645 English School (19th Century) a dark patinated bronze, African male, crawling on all fours, 15cm long, indistinctly marked £60 - £100

1646 A 19th century novelty bronze desk clip, cast as a bull, ivory horns, rectangular wooden plinth, 26cm long, c.1870 £300 - £400

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1648 Italian School (Late 19th Century) after Giovanni da Bologna, a dark patinated bronze, Mercury, he wearing a winged helmet, holding a caduceus, standing on tiptoe issuing from the mouth of Zephyr, the column in relief with cherubs Allegorical of The Arts, black marble base, signed Gaidx, 63cm high, c.1880 £300 - £400

1649 Tibetan School (19th Century) a gilded bronze Buddha, cast seated in lotus position holding an urn, 14cm high £40 - £60 1650 Tibetan School (19th Century) a green patinated bronze, of a Buddha, seated in lotus position, 17cm high £40 - £60

1651 Japanese School (Meiji Period) a dark patinated bronze , of a figure emerging from a giant shell, 10cm long £50 - £80

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1647 Italian School (Early 20th Century), a brown patinated bronze, an equestrian study of a saddled gelding, canted rectangular marble base, 25.5cm long £150 - £200

1652 English School (Early 19th Century), a dark patinated bronze, Britannica, seated with shield and trident, Sienna marble base, 19cm high £150 - £200

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1653 English School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze inkwell, as an Indian elephant, the howdah hinged as the cover, tree trunk pen stand, rocky base, 16cm wide £100 - £150

1654 French School (19th Century) a pair of green patinated bronzes, of a gallant and his companion, he wearing a tricorn hat, military tail coat, she a bonnet and dress, 25cm high £400 - £500 1655 A** Jacquemart (19th Century) a bronzed iron group, hound and tortoise, he sits collared on his haunches watching, 17cm high, wooden plinth £120 - £180

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1656 Chinese School (20th Century) a dark patinated bronze of a rotund rodent, lying with his head resting on his paws, hardwood stand, 6.5cm high £100 - £150 1657 Chinese School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze, a pair of cranes, rounded rectangular faux basket weave base, trellis border, cabriole legs, 23.5cm high £100 - £150 1658 Franz Bergman (1898-1963), cold painted bronze, stags resting, 8cm wide, stamped Geschutzt £120 - £180 1659 English School (early 19th Century), a substantial dark patinated bronze, of a Classical Maiden, dressed in long flowing robes, 112cm high, white marble plinth; a 19th century rouge and grey veined marble Doric column statuary pedestal, 107cm high, 30cm wide £1,500 - £2,000

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1660 After The Antique, a bronzed Warwick vase, of campana shape, cast with masks, entwined handles, egg-anddart rim, stepped marble base, 38cm high, 42cm wide 1661 Attributed to Charles Voulton (1851-1918), a brown patinated bronze, Bull Mastiff, collared, standing alert, rectangular base, 19cm wide £250 - £350 1662 A Chinese bronze spherical censer, the cover cast with dog of fo and cub finial, the whole cast with stylised pendants, masks and signs of the year, the whole raised on three temple lion feet, 38cm high, 19th century £400 - £600 For more images please visit

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1663 Walter Mettler (Swiss 1868-1942) a large dark patinated bronze, of an Archer, Jeune Homme Tendance Son Arc, the straining figure re-stringing his bow, 84cm high, signed ÂŁ2,500 - ÂŁ3,500

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1664 Henryk Kossowaski (1885-1921), a dark patinated bronze,Young Faun, 57cm high, signed £2,000 - £3,000

1669 Italian School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze, The Goat Herder, he stands nude with kid over his shoulder, 48cm overall, green marble base

1665 French School (Early 20th Century), a brown patinated bronze, a bust of J. Gautier, wearing a tie and collared shirt, turned green marble base, 72cm high, indistinctly signed and dated 1914, foundry mark, Paris Monteguielli £1,200 - £1,800

1670 Continental School (Early 20th Century), a brown patinated bronze, Nude Bather, indistinctly signed in the maquette, 60.5cm high £600 - £800

1666 English School (Art Deco) a brown patinated bronze, a Borzoi reclining, rectangular black slate base, 15cm long £60 - £100

1671 Continental School (20th Century) a brown patinated bronze,The Protective Mother, 29cm high £150 - £250

1667 French School (20th Century) dark patinated bronze, a terrier, standing wearing a studded collar, rectangular green marble base, 11cm long £50 - £80

1672 Japanese School (Meiji Period) a bronze, warrior on horseback, 60cm £400 - £500

1668 Chinese School (18th Century) a brown patinated bronze of a man sitting on a buffalo, 11cm wide £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1674 Frederic Remington, after, a brown patinated bronze,The Cheyenne, 48cm high, 56cm wide £200 - £300

1675 F.Barbediene (Last quarter of 19th Century), a bronze relief plaque, cast with charioteer scenes, signed, 28.5cm x 56cm £400 - £600

1676 French School (early 20th century), a pair of bronzed spelter models, of Mastiffs, standing, 13cm high, veined grey marble bases £50 - £80

Musical and Scientific Instruments

1680 A brass saxophone, by Champion, fitted case £100 - £150 1681 A 19th century German violin, paper label inscribed Antonio Stradivarious, cased; two bows £30 - £50

1682 A brass saxophone, by Lafleur, imported by Boosey & Hawkes, London, fitted case £150 - £250

1683 A German saxophone, by Weltklang, made for Rudall Carte & Co. Ltd, cased £100 - £150

1684 A 19th century boxwood and ivory clarinet, by Goulding & Co, London, turning whistle with two calibrated slides, 66cm long £120 - £180

1685 A 19th century boxwood and ivory flute, by Goulding D’almaine Potter & Co Soho, London, 66cm long £80 - £120

1673

1673 Frederic Remington, after, a brown patinated bronze,The Outlaw, 60cm high £200 - £300

1686 A 19th century boxwood and ivory flute, by Goulding & Co, London, 60cm long £80 - £120

1687 A mid 19th century boxwood and ivory flute, 63cm £80 - £120 1688 A 19th century walnut symphonium, the case of plain design, paper label to cover, c.1870; approx twenty discs £100 - £150

1689 An early 20th century violin, 37cm two-piece back, label inscribed John Lister,Yorkshire, bows ensuite, cased £40 - £60 1690 John Davis & Son (Derby Ltd.) - a bakelite and aluminium anemometer, 4.5cm dial, with three subsidiary dials, leather case £60 - £80

1691 An early 20th century American typewriter, The Home Blickensderfer, 29.5cm wide, cased £40 - £60

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Barometers

1692 A late 19th century black painted brass cistern tube mercury stick barometer, the 20.5cm cylindrical register inscribed Negretti and Zambra, London, N2092, arched rectangular oak mount, 112.5cm cm overall, c.1900 £100 - £150 1693 A George III mahogany wheel barometer, the level shaped Charles Bregazzi, Corn Market, Derby, 19cm silvered register, hygrometer, thermometer, convex mirror, the case with urnular brass finial, swan neck finial, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 100cm long, c.1820 £100 - £150 1694 A 19th century ‘Gothic’ stick barometer, 25cm brass register inscribed, John Halifax, Barnsley, stepped triangular pediment, 111cm long £100 - £200

1695 A 19th century brass Fortin type mercury stick barometer, The Students Standard barometer, by W and J George Ltd, London and Birmingham no.1711, the 17cm x 6cm rectangular ivorine register, rounded rectangular mahogany mount, 103cm long overall, c.1890 £120 - £180 1696 A Victorian mahogany wheel barometer, 24cm silvered register inscribed D Fagioli & Son, 3 Great Warner St, Clerkenwell, hygrometer, bow fronted alcohol thermometer, level, 102cm long, c.1860 £100 - £150

1697 A George III mahogany wheel barometer, the 24cm silvered register, hygrometer, convex mirror, mercury thermometer, the level inscribed Whitehurst, Derby, the case with turned finial, swan neck pediment, outlined throughout with ebonised stringing, 111cm high, c.1815 £300 - £400

Clocks

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1699 A George II style Japaned bracket clock, the 17.5cm square brass dial inscribed Comersalls, Blackpool, silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a gong, the caddy top case with brass acanthus grasped leafy S-scroll handle, decorated in polychrome with figures, birds and an ox in a Chinoiserie landscape, stepped base, bracket feet, 34cm high, 20th century £100 - £150 1700 A 17th century style lantern clock, the 16cm circular brass dial with Roman numerals inscribed John Warner, single iron handle, steel bell, the case with spire finial above a hemi-spherical steel bell, engraved and pierced with intertwined dolphins, 39cm high £300 - £500 1701 A 19th century circular mahogany wall timepiece, the 30cm painted dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, inscribed Goldsmith and Silver smith Company Limited 12 Regent Street, London W1, single winding hole, eight day fusee movement, the case plain with two doors, 36cm diam £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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1706 1706 A 19th century French ormolu four plate rococo mantel clock, the 10cm circular ivorine dial with anchor escapement, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a gong, mock mercury pendant, the case cast with flowering scrolls on a matted ground, shaped base, scroll feet, 39cm high, c.1860 £250 - £350

1702 A 19th century French bronze and white marble mantel clock, the 9cm circular enamelled dial with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight day movement, striking on a bell, the case surmounted with a dark patinated bronze of a reclining Grecian maiden, on rectangular white marble pedestal, stepped base, block feet, 41cm wide, 45cm high, c.1860 £300 - £500

1707 A 19th century French ormolu mantel clock, 8.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed Hry. Marc, Paris, Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case cast with fierce lion masks and leafy scrolls, flanked by Fortuna, she stands, holding an olive branch, beaded bezel, stepped onyx base, acanthus scroll feet, 46cm high £400 - £600

1703 A 19th century French gilt metal and marble portico clock garniture, the 9cm enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a bell, the case with ribbon tied flaming torch trophies, on four Doric columns, incurved rectangular platform, 46cm high; a pair of urnular side vase £400 - £500 1704 A 19th century French gilt metal mounted white alabaster mantel clock, the 10.5cm circular enamelled dial with Roman numerals, open escapement to centre, twin winding holes, eight day movement, signed Chappement Brevette, striking on a bell, the case cast with birds at the nest, the pendulum cast as a cherub on a swing, shaped rectangular base, wooden plinth, 54cm overall, c.1870 £300 - £500

1708 A 19th century mahogany railway clock, the 32cm white painted dial inscribed Alex Gill, Aberdeen, single winding hole, fusee movement, 45cm wide overall £100 - £150

1709 A 20th century brass carriage clock, the 7cm enamelled dial with Roman numerals, inscribed by Matthew Norman, London, bevelled glass to sides, brass carrying handle, 17cm over handle, no.1751A £100 - £150

1705 A 19th century French ormolu and white marble mantel clock, the 8cm enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a bell, the case cast with Cupid and Grecian lady, stepped white marble base, toupie feet, 27cm high, c.1860 £800 - £1,200

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1710 A crocodile skin travelling clock barometer, 5cm circular enamelled dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, rectangular crocodile skin wallet case, 17cm wide £100 - £150

1711 A fine ormolu and bronze trophy shaped mantel clock, the 11cm circular enamelled dial with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a bell, the case with fluted bud finial, dragon handles, anthemion spandrels, the spreading square base conforming, bun feet, 40cm high, 19th century £1,200 - £1,800 1712 A French Empire ormolu mantel clock, the 8.5cm engine turned dial with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement, silk suspension, the case finely cast with a classical flautist by a two-handled urn and listening hound, the base with Cupids frolicking in a rose garden, anthemion cast feet, 44cm high, c.1820 £600 - £1,000

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1713 A French Empire ormolu mantel timepiece, by Robert a Paris, the 8cm silvered dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, single winding hole, eight-day movement, the case applied with an artist seated at his easel, the base cast with stiff leafy feet, deep mahogany plinth, under a glass dome, 48cm high, c.1840 £200 - £300 1714 A French ormolu figural mantel clock, 8.5cm enamelled dial, Roman numerals, single winding hole, eight day movement, silk suspension, the case cast with a lady seated by a book, the outswept rectangular base cast with fruiting swags and acanthus cast leafy feet, 35cm wide, 45cm high, c.1840 £200 - £300

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1718 An Edwardian mahogany bracket clock, the 19cm dial with Roman numerals, signed, Ramiles , 34 St Queens Street, WC, three winding holes, eight-day musical movement, striking and chiming on five gongs, the case of plain design, outlined with chequered striking, lacquered brass axe head handles, bun feet, 43cm high, c.1910 £100 - £150 1719 An unusual late 19th century oak combination wall clock and barometer, 15cm circular painted dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a gong, the barometer with 9.5cm circular register, shaped case carved and applied with flowers and leafy scrolls, hinged glazed door to waist, 85cm long, c.1890 £100 - £150 1723 A 19th century longcase clock movement, the 30.5cm dial with Arabic numerals, inscribed Jn Bowen, Weston Longville, bird to centre, floral spandrels, thirty-hour movement, striking on a bell, c.1850 £50 - £80 1724 A George III longcase clock movement, 31cm arched brass dial inscribed George Bourn, Kirkby, Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, painted rolling moon phase to arch, leafy scrolls to spandrels, eight-day movement striking on a bell, c.1775

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1715 A George III style mahogany bracket wall timepiece, the 23cm brass dial with silvered chapter ring, Roman and Arabic numerals, inscribed John Walker, 40 Princess Street, Leicester square, London to arch, single winding hole, eight day fusee movement, the case with bell top, lacquered brass swing handle, flanked by turned finials to angles, swan neck cresting terminating in floral roundels, above brass floral fretwork, stop fluted columns to angles, stepped base, ogee bracket feet, 58cm high over handle, c.1860 £200 - £300

George Bourne (sic) of Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Notts., was born son of Richard and Rebecca Bourne of Eastwood, Notts., 22/1/1740, would have been apprenticed c. 1754-1761 and in October 1773 married Sarah Fox at Kirkby-in-Ashfield (where he settled) and where their daughter Ann was born the following year. Interestingly, she married in 1790 John Shacklock of Stanfreee, Bolsover, Derbys., and he was brother of the renowned clock- and cabinet-makers Francis and Godfrey Shacklock. Her grandson, also Godfrey was a cabinet maker who fitted out Bolsover Castle when it was converted into a vicarage in the mid-19th century. £100 - £150

1716 A late 19th century gilt metal mounted green onyx portico timepiece, 9cm circular painted dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, perpetual movement, brass backplate stamped 34967, the rectangular four glass case with reeded columns to angles, turned feet, 28cm high, c.1900 £100 - £150

1725 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, the 35.5cm white painted dial with Roman numerals, inscribed J.C. Clark, Ulverston, floral spandrels, subsidiary date aperture, the case with moulded cornice, freestanding fluted rectangular pillars, shaped door to waist flanked by reeded three-quarter columns, plinth base, 204cm high £400 - £500

1717 A George II hooded wall clock, 24.5cm square brass dial inscribed Jno. Pagett, Bridgenorth, Roman numerals, the spandrels with masks and leafy scrolls, single winding hole, thirty-hour movement, the later case with moulded cornice, shaped brackets, 62cm high, the movement c.1740 John Pagett of Bridgenorth was born at Bridgenorth in March 1700/1, son of John and Margery Pagett. He would therefore have been apprenticed c. 1714/5 and set up in business after 1722. Recorded in 1740 only £200 - £300

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1726 AVictorian oak and mahogany longcase clock, 33cm arched painted dial inscribed G T Leif, Sheffield, Roman numerals, painted to the arch with Britannia waving off a ship, laurel leaves in her hand, subsidiary seconds and date dials, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment and three brass eagle and sphere finials, rectangular door to waist flanked by faux cluster columns, tall shaped bracket feet, 232cm high, c.1855 George Turbett Leif worked from 22, Church Street, Sheffield (where he was also a jeweller) from the early years of the 19th century until c. 1860. He was born at Thirsk, son of William Lief and Elizabeth Turbett in November 1782, and would have finished his apprenticeship c. 1803. However, he set up at first in Hemlsley, where he married in 1806 Ann Storry, but was in Sheffield by 1813 when his son George was born. The patriotic scene in the break arch, combined with the short door - indicative of a date towards the end of Lief ’s career - is probably to be associated with the Crimean War, 1854-1856. £400 - £600

1727 A George II mahogany longcase clock, 30cm square brass dial inscribed Robt. Hodgkins, London, the chapter ring with Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, the spandrels chased with putto supporting crowns, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the associated painted satinwood case with lofty swan neck pediment, turned Doric columns, rectangular door to waist with shaped cresting, profusely decorated with flowers, ribbon-tied swags, an angel and a sleeping shepherd, plinth base, 230cm high, the movement c.1750 Robert Hodgkins was the son of John Hodgskin (sic) and Mary his wife and was born in Stepney at the beginning of 1698/9 and would have probably served his apprenticeship c. 1713-1720. He is recorded as working c. 1720-1750 and both longcase and bracket clocks of some quality are known by him. He may have been seriously in debt or bankrupt in 1731, for he married Susannah Harris that October in the Fleet Prison. £3,000 - £4,000

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1728 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 32.5cm circular painted dial inscribed Robt. Adams, Worksworth (sic), Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, painted to the centre with a proud cockerel, date aperture, 30-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment and brass capped Doric columns, rectangular door to waist with shaped upper angles flanked by reeded quarter-columns, plinth base, 202cm high, c.1800 Robert Adams was born 5/3/1762, son of another Robert at Wirksworth, and apprenticed to John Winstanley of Wirksworth 1780-1787, setting up in business there in 1788, when he advertised his services in the Derby Mercury for 7th February 1780. He married very unusually during his apprenticeship at Wirksworth, 9/2/1785 Margaret, daughter of Thomas Buxton of Wirksworth, which may have ben due to his parents (or in-laws) being prepared to support the couple financially, and that Winstanley was prepared to allow Adams to live out. He was working at least until the first decade of the 19th century. The cockerel on the dial may suggest an Ashbourne connection, the bird being the crest of the Cokaynes of Ashbourne Hall, who founded the Grammar School, and whose arms the town sometimes used corporately. £300 - £500

1729 A George III mahogany longcase clock, 30cm arched brass dial inscribed John Seamas, London, Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, strike/silent dial to arch, engraved to the spandrels with flowers and leafy stems, seconds and date subsidiary dials, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the pagoda topped hood flanked by brass mounted stop-fluted Doric columns, arched rectangular door to waist, shaped apron, bracket feet, 235cm high, c.1780 £2,000 - £3,000 1730 A George III mahogany longcase clock, 30cm square brass dial with strap inscribed John Grant, Fleet Street, London, silvered chapter ring inscribed with Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, leafy scroll spandrels, the plain case with moulded cornice, rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 205cm high, c.1790 John Grant was born in 1748 son of James and Margaret Grant of the parish of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, and was apprenticed to John Riviere 16th July 1764 to 1771 and worked latterly with his son, also John, at 75, Fleet St until his death in 1810. He was described in a contemporary source as an eminent maker” and is known to have made regulators. £800 - £1200

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1731 A George III oak longcase clock, 30cm painted arched dial inscribed Bennet, Coggeshall, Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, date aperture, subsidiary seconds dial, twin winding holes, 30 hour movement striking on a bell, arched pediment, arched rectangular door to waist, 198cm high, c.1795 Thomas Bennet(t) was a clock and watchmaker of Great Coggeshall, Essex, born at Great Waltham, son of another Thomas , apprenticed 1754-1761, married Mary Hills at Thaxted in 1766 and was still working in 1793/1800 when he took an apprentice. £400 - £600

1732 A George III oak longcase clock, 33cm circular brass dial inscribed Wynstanley, Wirksworth, Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with moulded outswept cornice and Doric columns, rounded rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 202cm high, c.1775 John Winstanley came into Derbyshire with his brother Thomas (a contemporary Ashbourne maker who married there in 1767) probably from Cheshire, and was working at Wirksworth c. 1768-1787. He took Robert Adams, who ultimately succeeded him, as an apprentice 1780-1787. £300 - £500

1733 A George III oak longcase clock, the hood with swan neck pediment terminating with brass floral roundels, fluted brass capped pilasters, shaped door to waist, flanked by reeded quarter pillars, ogee bracket feet, 224cm high, c.1820 £600 - £1,000 1734 A George III Scottish mahogany longcase clock, 34cm arched painted dial inscribed P Keir, Falkirk, Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, painted to the arch with a young shepherdess, to the spandrels with flowers, subsidiary seconds and date dials, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment centred by a brass eagle and sphere final, rectangular door to waist, flanked by reeded angles with draught turned roundels, outlined with boxwood stringing, shaped apron, bracket feet, 220cm high, c.1810 Peter Keir was working at Falkirk c. 1806-1820, having been born in 1785. He married Thomathea Crawford at Falkirk on 18th October 1806 £400 - £600

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1735 A William IV oak and mahogany longcase clock, 33cm arched painted dial inscribed Shipley, Derby, Roman numerals, the arch painted with a sporting gentleman and his dog, the spandrels with shells, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with brass capped Doric columns, shaped arched rectangular door to waist flanked by canted angles, outlined throughout with chevron banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, bracket feet, 217cm high, c.1835

James Shipley was the most important member of an extensive Derby dynasty of clockmakers. He was born 1784 son of William Shipley and Elizabeth his wife, was apprenticed 1796-1803 to his uncle Jonathan Shipley (1753-1819) and set up as a clock and watchmaker in Sadler Gate, Derby in 1806, having purchased the bankrupt stock of John & William Holliwell [Derby Mercury 25/12/1806]. Thereafter he worked from various addresses in Derby, ending in St. James’s Lane (now St. James’s St) c. 1840, and dying in 1850. His brothers Joseph and William were also clockmakers in Derby and his brother-in-law James Ault and Nephew Joseph Ault (both of Belper) were also in the trade. £200 - £300 1736 A late Victorian mahogany musical longcase clock, 25cm arched brass dial inscribed Hamilton, 432 Strand, silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, chime selection to arch, seconds subsidiary dial, spandrels pierced and cast with leafy scrolls, cornucopia and pairs of putti supporting a crown, triple winding holes, three train movement playing St Michael, Westminster and Whittington chimes on nine tubular bells, brass cased weights, the arched hood with turned columns, glazed rectangular door to waist flanked by canted angles, skirted base, ogee bracket feet, 205cm high, c.1900 £1,000 - £1,500

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1737 A George I/II walnut longcase clock, 30cm arched brass dial inscribed David Pain, London, silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, the arch and spandrels applied with dolphins, scrolling foliage and crowns with putti supporters, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a bell, the hood with moulded outswept cornice, brass capped Doric pilasters, rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 223cm high, c.1730 David Pain appears to have been born c. 1690 and although his apprenticeship is lost it may have been to a kinsman, like Benjamin Pain, probably from 1704-1711. He married a Hugenot worker’s daughter, Marie Hoguell (or Augel) at All Hallows, London Wall 20th July 1712; their sons were all baptised at the French Hugenot Chapel, Threadneedle Street 1713/1722. He was working as a clock and watchmaker in Stepney in 1714, and took an apprentice 17151722 (in which latter year he was based in Spitalfields Market), and was still working 1735-1740. £1,800 - £2,500

1738 An early 18th century walnut and laburnum oyster veneered longcase clock, 30cm square brass dial inscribed John Holroyd, Wakefield, silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, masks and leafy scrolls to spandrels, penny moon and date apertures, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, caddy top hood flanked by Solomonic columns, rectangular door to waist with oval lenticle, the base inlaid with paterae within concentric rings of boxwood stringing, shaped apron, bracket feet, 219cm high, the movement c.1740, the case c.1700

John Holroyd was born 1698 in Wakefield and was apprenticed (to whom is unclear) 1712-1719. He was working up to 1751, having taken two apprentices 1742-51. The most interesting thing about him is that he married at Horbury, near Wakefield 9th Oct. 1720 Mary, daughter of Robert Carr of Hobury, mason and was aunt of the eminent architect John Carr of York, who was born in Horbury, son of her brother Robert in 1723. £2,500 - £3,500

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Garden Statuary and Fireplaces

1747 An 18th century oak oak drop leaf table, the oval top on baluster turned and block legs, bun feet, 110cm wide, 72cm high, c.1750 £300 - £500

1740 A George III and later sandstone and wrought iron sundial, globular dial supported by ‘Atlas’, baluster column, square base, 190cm high overall, the stand 18th century, the dial modern £1,000 - £1,500

1748 A 19th century Italian stained limewood figural stool, associated revolving circular seat, supported on the pannier of a naked kneeling child, dished circular base, 53cm high, c.1850 £400 - £600

1741 A pair of late 19th century French wrought iron garden chairs, by Carre, Paris, spoon shaped backs and circular seats with hooped batons, curved legs, c.1900 £100 - £150

1749 A 16th century style oak refectory table, rounded rectangular top with carved edge, the trestle base with a pair of substantial balusters turned and carved with acanthus, sledge feet, 72.5cm high, 184cm long, 70cm wide, early 20th century £300 - £500

1742 A ‘Victorian’ pedestal garden urn, dog-tooth rim, beaded border, square base, 62cm high £40 - £60

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1743 A 19th century French wrought iron garden suite, designed in the manner of Francois A Carre, comprising a circular table and six boulevard chairs, the arched backs and seats with ‘sprung’ splats, the table with scroll cast base, lion paw feet, 72cm high, 112cm diam, c.1870 £300 - £400 1750

Furniture

1750 A ‘17th century’ oak desk box on stand, hinged sloping top enclosing an arrangement of pigeon holes, deep frieze with long drawer, carved in relief with leafy scrolls, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 94cm high, 69cm wide (an old reconstruction of period timbers) £100 - £150

1745 A Regency mahogany rounded rectangular breakfast table, moulded tilting top, turned column, sabre legs, brass capped castors, 72cm high, 120cm wide £200 - £300

1751 A ‘17th century’ oak press cupboard, moulded top with turned acorn pendant finials above a pair of rectangular doors divided by a rectangular panel, the projecting base with a further pair of doors, H-shaped hinges, stile feet, 143.5cm high, 137cm wide (a reconstruction of period timbers) £200 - £300

1746 A Regency rosewood sofa table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, above a pair of frieze drawers, blind to verso, turned wooden handles twin pillar end supports, turned stretcher, sabre legs, brass castors, 73cm high, 149cm wide (open), 98cm wide (closed) c.1820 £300 - £400

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1752 A ‘17th century’ oak wainscote armchair, arched cresting carved with a fan, half-lunettes and stylised leafy stems, rectangular panelled back centred by a lozenge, downswept arms, boarded seat, rectangular underframe, turned legs, plain stretchers, parts c.1680 £200 - £300

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1757

1753 A ‘17th century’ oak wainscote armchair, shaped cresting carved with volutes, rectangular panelled back centred by a fleur-de-lys, scroll arms, boarded seat, turned and blocked legs, H-stretchers (an old reconstruction of period timbers) £100 - £150

1754 A ‘17th century’ oak wainscote armchair, shaped cresting carved with volutes, rectangular panelled back centred by a leafy lozenge, scroll arms, planked seat, turned forelegs, rectangular stretchers £100 - £150 1755 A 17th century style Flemish oak cabinet on stand, moulded rectangular top with knulled frieze above a rectangular door mounted with an 18th century Delft dish, inlaid and applied with ebony dressings, split turnings and strapwork, drawer to frieze, turned wooden handle, spirally turned legs and X-stretchers, bun feet,141cm high, 65cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300

1756 A 17th century style oak refectory table, planked top with staved ends, panelled baluster supports, trestle base, 74cm high, 228cm long, 81cm wide, 20th century £300 - £500

1757 A 19th century ash and elm Windsor armchair, hooped back with shaped and pierced ‘Christmas tree’ splat, U-shaped arm rail, dished seat, turned legs, H-stretcher, Yorkshire/North East Midlands, c.1840 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1762 1763 1758 A 19th century ash and elm Windsor armchair, hooped back with shaped and pierced splat, U-shaped arm rail, dished seat, turned legs, crinoline stretcher, North East Midlands, c.1820 £150 - £200

1764

1759 A 19th century ash and elm Windsor armchair, hooped back, U-shaped arm rail, dished seat, turned legs, Hstretcher, North East Midlands, c.1840 £150 - £180

1760 A 19th century burr maple oval work table, hinged top above a deep frieze, cylindrical column, tall turned socle, circular base, scroll feet, 79.5cm high, 51cm wide, c.1830 £600 - £800

1761 A 19th century Chinese export lacquer canted rectangular work table, hinged top, basket undertier, curved underframe, turned column, incurved canted triform base, typically decorated in gilt with pagodas, figures and trellis, lion paw feet, 83cm high, 48cm wide, c.1830 £100 - £150 1762 A 19th century mahogany wingback tub chair, stuffed over upholstery, squab cushion, turned forelegs, ceramic castors £250 - £350 1763 A 19th century yew and elm Windsor armchair, hooped back with shaped and pierced splat, U-shaped arm rail, dished seat, turned legs, crinoline stretcher, North East Midlands, c.1820 £200 - £300 1764 A 19th century yew and elm Windsor armchair, low hooped back with shaped and pierced splat, U-shaped arm rail, dished seat, turned legs, crinoline stretcher, North East Midlands, c.1820 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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1765

1765 A Chippendale Revival mahogany rectangular mule chest on stand, hinged top with stop-fluted border, the base with a pair of drawers, brass Rococo swan neck handles, shaped apron, carved and applied with a profusion leafy scrolls, carrying handles to sides, cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, 84cm high, 106cm wide, c.1920 £700 - £1,000

1767

1767 A French Empire gilt metal mounted mahogany centre table, grey marble top above a shallow frieze, spreading triform pedestal, lotus scroll feet, 76cm high, 81cm diam, c.1830 £1,500 - £2,000

1768 A French Empire style mahogany rounded rectangular lady’s dressing and work table, hinged moulded top with mirror to verso, enclosing compartments and hinged covers fitted with a silver coloured metal boudoir candlestick and a pin cushion, above a drawer fitted for writing, serpentine legs terminating in carved lion paw feet, curved X-shaped undertier with turned stretcher, 79cm high, 53cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

1769 A French gilt metal mounted mahogany and rosewood parquetry lady’s serpentine writing desk, grey veined white marble top with pierced brass gallery above a pair of small drawers, flanked by open shelves, sliding plateau with inset tooled leather writing surface, drawer to frieze, shaped apron, the sides inlaid in the Transitional manner, outlined with serpentine legs, 95cm high, 80cm wide, c.1900 £800 - £1,200

1766

1766 A Chippendale Revival mahogany two-seater chair back settee, Cupid’s bow cresting rails, shaped and pierced splats, carved in relief with leafy scrolls, outswept arms, dropin seat, gadrooned apron, cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, 124cm wide, c.1900 £400 - £600

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1770 1770 A George I walnut bachelor’s chest, of small, narrow proportions, rectangular folding top enclosing a baize lined brushing surface, above two short and three long graduated drawers, brass drop handles, outlined throughout with feather banding, skirted base, bracket feet, 74cm high, 73cm wide £4,000 - £6,000

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1774 A George II walnut chest, flush moulded top above two short and three long graduated drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, skirted base, 90cm high, 91cm wide, c.1745 £200 - £300

1775 A George II walnut Vauxhall looking glass, shaped cresting and apron, rectangular plate, 73cm long, 43cm wide, c.1750 £80 - £120

1771

1771 A George II oak mule chest, hinged top enclosing a rectangular till, the front with four raised and fielded panels, above a pair of drawers conforming, stile feet, 85cm high, 139.5cm wide, dated 1737 £300 - £500 1772 A George II style mahogany wing back armchair, outswept arms, squab cushion, cabriole legs, turned stretchers, pad feet, c.1900 £150 - £250

1776

1776 A George III circular three-tier dumb waiter, dished graduated trays, spirally fluted baluster column, cabriole legs, pad feet, brass castors, 110cm high, 60cm diam, c.1800 £250 - £350

1773

1773 A George II walnut bureau, fall front with matched veneers, enclosing a well and a rectangular door flanked by a stepped arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above three long graduated drawers, brass bat shaped handles and escutcheons, skirted base, bracket feet, 102.5cm high, 93cm wide, c.1740 £400 - £600

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1777 A George III mahogany batwing dropleaf dining table, moulded top, moulded chamfered square legs, 71cm high, 112cm wide, c.1775 £150 - £200

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1778 A George III mahogany bow fronted chest, of small proportions, moulded top above three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, loose ring handles, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 87cm high, 102cm wide, c.1815 £200 - £300 1779 A George III mahogany bow fronted sideboard, oversailing top above a cockbeaded frieze drawer flanked by a pair of deep drawers conforming, oval brass laurel wreath handles with pierced backplates, tapered square legs, spade feet, 88cm high, 147cm wide, c.1820 £1,500 - £2,000

1780 A George III mahogany chest, of small proportions, flush rectangular top outlined with ebony stringing, above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, oval brass swing handles, shaped apron, bracket feet, 89cm high, 81cm wide, c.1815 £100 - £150

1781 A George III mahogany chest, of small proportions, moulded rectangular top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 93cm high, 86cm wide, c.1780 £200 - £300

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1787 A George III mahogany drop leaf dining table, rectangular top, chamfered square legs, 71cm high, 124cm long (fully extended), 100cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100 1788 A George III mahogany drop leaf dining table, rectangular top, square legs, 71cm high, 99.5cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £200

1782

1782 A George III mahogany commode chest, hinged moulded top above four blind graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass loose ring handles, outswept bracket feet, 81cm high, 65cm wide, c.1815 £150 - £200 1783 A George III mahogany crossbanded bow fronted chest, slightly oversailing top above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, hexagonal stamped brass handles, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 95cm high, 108cm wide, c.1815 £200 - £300

1784 A George III mahogany crossbanded bureau, fall front enclosing a baize lined writing surface, a rectangular door and an arrangement of pigeon holes, above three long graduated drawers, oval brass swing handles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, bracket feet, 106cm high, 97cm wide, c.1810 £150 - £200

1789

1785 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak chest of drawers, oversailing rectangular top with moulded edge above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles skirted base, shaped bracket feet, 93cm high, 100cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300

1789 A George III mahogany graduated three tier dumb waiter, circular trays, turned column, tripod base, pad feet, 122cm high, c.1800 £300 - £500 1790 A George III mahogany Pembroke table, rounded rectangular top outlined with ebony stringing, drawer to frieze, slender turned legs, 73cm high, 83cm long, c.1810 £100 - £150

1786 A George III mahogany demi-lune serving table, slightly oversailing crossbanded top above a deep frieze, outlined with boxwood stringing and chevron banding, tapered square legs, spade feet, 85cm high, 166cm wide, c.1800 £3,000 - £4,000

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1792 A George III mahogany rectangular gentleman’s dressing table, in the manner of Ince & Mayhew, the well figured hinged two-piece moulded and crossbanded top enclosing a hinged sliding mirror adjustable on a ratchet, flanked by an arrangement of covered and open compartments, above a central cockbeaded drawer with sliding baize lined writing surface, ‘secret’ drawer to side fitted with well apertures within four blind conforming, the concave kneehole base with a pair of doors applied with re-entrant mouldings and draught turned roundels, above a long cockbeaded drawer, brass drum handles, chamfered square legs, brass castors, 81cm high, 71cm high, c.1800 £1,200 - £1,800 1793 A George III mahogany rectangular tea table, folding top with moulded edge above a deep frieze with small drawer outlined with boxwood stringing, the angles inlaid with oval shell paterae, reeded tapered square legs, 74cm high, 89cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150 1791

1794 A George III mahogany rounded rectangular side table, oversailing crossbanded top above a long frieze drawer, brass drum handles, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, 72cm high, 79.5cm wide, c.1810 £100 - £150

1791 A George III mahogany Pembroke table, the oval top with fall leaves above a frieze drawer outlined with boxwood stringing, oval brass swing handles, tapered square legs, 73cm high, 75cm wide, c.1790 £200 - £300

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1796 1795 A George III mahogany secretaire chest, moulded rectangular top, deep fitted cockbeaded drawer enclosing an inset baize lined writing surface and a rectangular door inlaid with an oval batwing patera, flanked by an arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, brass swan neck handles, above a pair of rectangular doors enclosing four sliding folio trays, veneered with crossbanded ovals outlined with chequered stringing, skirted base, bracket feet, 111cm high, 118cm wide, c.1800 £400 - £600

1797 A George III mahogany serpentine fronted serving table, oversailing top above three frieze drawers, turned wooden handles, tapered square legs, 90cm high, 117.5cm wide £200 - £300

1798 A George III mahogany tray top night table, shaped and pierced gallery, above a pair of rectangular doors and a drawer, brass axehead handles, shaped and pierced apron, chamfered square legs, brass castors, 75cm high, 58cm wide, c.1780 £250 - £350

1796 A George III mahogany serpentine fronted chest, moulded top above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass Rococo handles and escutcheons, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 84cm high, 109cm wide, c.1770 £3,000 - £4,000

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1799 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, circular tilting top, baluster turned column, cabriole legs, pad feet, brass castors, 72cm high, 72cm diam, c.1800 £100 - £150

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1800 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, large circular tilting top, urnular column, cabriole legs, pad feet, 71cm high, 91cm diam, c.1780 £100 - £150

1805 A George III oak corner cupboard, stepped cornice above an arched rectangular raised and fielded paneled door enclosing shaped shelves, skirted base, 93cm high, 66cm wide, c.1775 £100 - £150

1806

1806 A George III oak cradle, canted canopy, turned finials, the sides with rectangular raised and fielded panels, sledge base, 72cm high, 94cm long, c.1775 £200 - £300

1801

1801 A George III mahogany tripod reading table, the hinged moulded rounded rectangular top adjustable on a ratchet, drawer to frieze, small drawer to side, turned column, cabriole legs carved with pendants to knees, pad feet, 77cm high, 66cm wide £600 - £800

1802 A George III mahogany wing back armchair, chamfered square legs, H-stretcher, c.1780 £200 - £300

1803 A George III oak chest, rectangular moulded top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 97cm high, 103cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150

1807

1804 A George III oak clerk’s desk, hinged sloping top enclosing small drawers, above a frieze drawer outlined with mahogany banding, turned wooden handles, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, tapered square legs, 86cm high, 73cm wide £100 - £150

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1807 A George III oak cricket table, circular planked top above a deep shaped frieze, splayed tapered legs, 65cm high, 69.5cm diam, c.1775 £100 - £150

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1808 1808 A George III oak low dresser, rectangular superstructure with a row of pigeon holes and small drawers, slightly oversailing top above a cock beaded drawer and a shaped arched apron, flanked by two pairs of further drawers conforming, tapered square legs, 93cm high, 233cm wide, c.1770 £300 - £500

1810 A George III oak lowboy, moulded rectangular top above a shallow frieze drawer and a pair of short drawers, brass swan neck handles, shaped apron, pad feet, 68cm high, 98cm wide, c.1775 £250 - £350 1811 A George III oak lowboy, moulded rounded rectangular top with re-entrant angles, above a cockbeaded frieze drawer flanked by a pair of deep drawers conforming, brass swan neck handles, shaped apron, chamfered square legs, 71cm high, 85cm wide, c.1780 £200 - £300 1812 A George III oak lowboy, oversailing moulded rectangular top above a cockbeaded frieze drawer flanked by a pair of deeper drawers, brass swan neck handles, shaped apron, tapered square legs, 73cm high, 82cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £250 1813 A George III oak lowboy, oversailing rectangular moulded top above a pair of frieze drawers, brass swan neck handles, shaped apron, chamfered square legs, 71cm high, 81.5cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150

1814 A George III oak mule chest, hinged rectangular top with moulded edge, enclosing a till and an arrangement of small drawers, the base with two short and one long graduated cockbeaded drawer, bracket feet, 85cm high, 99cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300

1809

1809 A George III oak lowboy, moulded rectangular top above a pair of frieze drawers, brass swan neck handles, shaped apron, chamfered square legs, 59cm high, 85cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £250

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1815 A George III oak rounded rectangular side table, moulded oversailing top above a long cockbeaded drawer, brass swan neck handle, shaped apron, chamfered square legs, 72cm high, 85cm wide, c.1780 £100 - £150

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1817 A George III oak splay fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, outswept cornice above a pair of rectangular panelled doors enclosing shaped shelves, skirted base, 104cm high, 89cm wide, c.1780 £100 - £150 1818 A George III oak tripod occasional table, circular tilting top, turned column, cabriole legs, pad feet, 64cm high, 74cm diam, c.1800 £60 - £100 1819 A George III oak wall hanging splay fronted corner cupboard, Greek key cornice above a rectangular door applied with a re-entrant moulding, skirted base, 98cm high, 72cm wide, c.1800 £80 - £120 1820 A George III oval tea kettle stand, wavy gallery above a slide, ivory knop handle, tapered square legs, 72cm high, 37cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £200

1816

1816 A George III oak splay fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, moulded cornice above a shaped arched rectangular door enclosing shaped shelves, flanked by projecting angles, brass H-shaped hinges, skirted base, 94cm high, 67cm wide, c.1790 £100 - £150

1821

1821 A George III satinwood crossbanded mahogany bow fronted chest, slightly oversailing top above two short and three long graduated drawers, brass loose ring handles, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 96cm high, 116cm wide, c.1815 £200 - £300

1822 A George III style mahogany twin pedestal partners’ desk, moulded rectangular with tooled leather writing surface, above a frieze drawer flanked by drawers and cupboards to pedestals, conforming to verso, carved and applied with lion masks, flowerheads, bell husk swags and wreaths of laurel, lion paw feet, 78cm high, 190cm wide, 20th century £600 - £1,000

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1823

1827 1827 A George IV rosewood library table, rectangular top above a long drawer flanked by leafy scroll carved brackets, blind to verso conforming, turned wooden handles, each end support with two pairs of turned columns, sabre legs, brass castors, 74cm high, 112cm wide, c.1825 £700 - £1,000

1823 A George IV concave rectangular teapoy, hinged sarcophagus cover enclosing four rectangular canisters and a pair of clear glass bowls, panelled column, incurved rounded rectangular base, bun feet, 82cm high, 42cm wide, c.1830 £300 - £400 1824 A George IV mahogany bergere tub chair, spoon shaped back, downswept arms terminating with leafy scrolls and rectangular panels, squab cushion, turned and fluted legs, brass castors, c.1830 (distressed) £200 - £300

1828 A George IV rosewood rounded rectangular writing table, slightly oversailing top above a pair of frieze drawers, turned and fluted end supports, fluted bun feet, 73cm high, 127cm wide, c.1825 £1,500 - £2,000

1825 A George IV mahogany work/writing table, slightly oversailing rectangular top above a cockbeaded drawer fitted with a retractable writing surface, pen divisions and well apertures, basket undertier carved with a border of acanthus scrolls, panelled spreading square column, lotus socle, incurved canted rectangular base, acanthus scroll feet, 81cm high, 51cm wide, c.1830 £600 - £800

1829 A George/William IV circular centre table, the well figured top with radiating veneers, above a shallow frieze, tapered panelled column, spreading circular base, lion paw feet, 72cm high, 118cm diam, c.1830 £300 - £500 1830 A George/William IV mahogany rounded rectangular Pembroke breakfast table, moulded top with fall leaves, turned column, sabre legs carved with lotus scrolls, brass castors, 76cm high, 123cm wide, c.1830 £300 - £400

1826 A George IV oak breakcentre library bookcase, moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular glazed doors, lattice glazing bars, flanked by a further pair conforming, the projecting base with rectangular panelled doors, carved and applied with flowerhead bosses, bead-and-reel borders, acanthus carved bun feet, 202cm wide, c.1830 £4,000 - £6,000

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1831 1831 A good Victorian rosewood breakfronted side cabinet, triple arched mirror back with pierced and carved leafy scroll and shell crestings, divided and flanked by stylised Ionic pilasters, the white marbled top above deep frieze and central open shelves flanked by incurved doors and freestanding pillars with leafy terminals, gadrooned borders, plinth base, 96cm high, 162cm wide, c.1860 £600 - £1,000 1832 A late 17th century oak side table, oversailing top above a long frieze drawer, pierced brass bat shaped handles, turned legs, plain stretchers, 70.5cm high, 93cm wide, c.1700 £200 - £300

1834

1834 A late 17th century oak two-panel blanket chest, hinged top, the front carved with a frieze of leafy lunettes above a pair of stylised strapwork lozenges, stile feet, 64cm high, 109cm wide, c.1680-1700 £200 - £300

1833 A late 17th century oak side table, rounded rectangular top above a shallow frieze, turned and blocked legs and stretchers, 70cm high, 71cm wide £800 - £1,200

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1836 1835 A late 17th century oak wainscote side chair, shaped and pierced cresting flanked by ‘pyramid’ finials, rectangular panelled back carved with a lozenge and lunettes, boarded seat, rectangular underframe, turned legs, plain stretchers, Cheshire £100 - £150 1836 A late 18th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry bombe shaped commode, shaped moulded top centred by a flowering urn and song birds, above three long drawers, inlaid with flowering cornucopia and leafy stems, outlined with boxwood stringing, lion paw feet, 84cm high, 100cm wide, c.1800 £1,500 - £2,000

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1837 A late 18th century Dutch walnut and marquetry bombe shaped bureau, fall front enclosing a tooled and gilt leather writing surface, a well and a central cupboard flanked by a stepped arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above three long drawers, gilt brass Rococo handles, lion paw feet, inlaid with a flowering urn, butterflies and flowering leafy stems, the sides with portrait busts, outlined with boxwood stringing, 100cm high, 79.5cm wide, c.1800 ÂŁ3,000 - ÂŁ4,000

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1838 A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch mahogany bombe shaped linen press/commode, shaped arched pediment with carved leafy cresting, the base with moulded top above four long drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, lion paw feet, 203cm high, 82cm wide, c.1800 £400 - £600 1839 A late 19th century mahogany and marquetry scroll back X-frame armchair, fluted cresting rail inlaid in coloured woods and brass with strapwork and scrolling foliage, upholstered arms and seat, turned stretchers, c.1900 £100 - £150 1840 A lateVictorian mahogany and marquetry armchair, curved slat back with deep shaped cresting, decorated in ivory and coloured woods with masks and leafy scrolls, upholstered seat, cabriole legs, pad feet, c.1900 £150 - £200

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1841 A late Victorian mahogany and marquetry incurved rounded rectangular tray top waiter’s table, banded gallery, the field inlaid with a musical trophy within a broad band of flowering leafy stems, brass acanthus grasped scroll handles, the stand with tapered square legs, 61.5cm high, 63cm wide, c.1895 £100 - £150 1842 A late Victorian mahogany cheval mirror, stepped cornice above a Greek key frieze, tilting rectangular plate, outlined throughout with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, moulded sabre legs, brass capped castors, 178cm high, 75cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150 1843 A late Victorian oak rounded rectangular folding campaign writing writing desk, green leather lined interior fitted with blotter, dispatch wallets and provision for pens, curved X-shaped underframe, 94cm high (folded), 78cm high (open), 55.5cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150

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1844 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted kingwood secretaire au abatant, grey marble top, long drawer to frieze inlaid with a band of Greek key, above a quarter veneered fall front writing surface and three long graduated drawers, laurel wreath handles, ribbon-tied escutcheons, outlined throughout with chequered stringing, serpentine legs, leafy sabot, 152.5cm high, 80cm wide, c.1890 £300 - £400

1845 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted kingwood, parquetry andVernis Martin bureau du dame, pierced threequarter gallery, fall front decorated with a courting couple in 18th century costume, enclosing a rosewood lined interior with inset leather writing surface, an open shelf, three drawers and a well, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 94cm high, 71cm wide, c.1890 £500 - £700 1846 A Louis XV style walnut and marquetry bureau du dame, crossbanded quarter veneered fall front enclosing a tooled leather writing surface, a well and a serpentine fronted arrangement of small drawers, inlaid with leafy stems within shaped oval reserve, deep frieze with a pair of drawers, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 86cm high, 95cm wide, c.1860 £1,500 - £2,000

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1847 A mid-18th century mahogany bureau cabinet, oversailing pediment with moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular raised and fielded panelled doors, fall front enclosing a rectangular door flanked by an arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 203cm high, 127cm wide, c.1755 £700 - £1,000 1848 A mid-18th century oak low dresser, oversailing two-plank top above three moulded drawers and an open pot board, turned and blocked forelegs, 89cm high, 172.5cm wide, c.1755 £600 - £1,000

1849 A near pair of 19th century ash and elm Windsor armchairs, low hooped backs, outswept arms, dished seats, turned legs, H-stretchers, East Midlands, c.1840£200 - £300 1850 A Neo-Classical Revival mahogany twin pedestal sideboard, by Bruce & Co, London, the sunken bow centre with two frieze drawers, flanked by drawers and rectangular doors to pedestals, carved and applied with urns, trailing bell husks and ribbon-tied foliage, lion paw feet, 113cm high, 235cm wide, c.1910 £500 - £800

1851 A pair of 19th century Florentine softwood figural pedestals, shaped rectangular tops, the columns carved with figures of young boys, each wearing a turban and holding a bunch of grapes, terminating in acanthus scrolls, scroll bases, 93cm high, 35cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £400

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1852 A pair of 19th century mahogany library chairs, curved scroll backs, down swept arms carved with roundels, sabre legs, c.1825 £600 - £800

1857 A William IV/early Victorian rosewood pole screen, the rounded rectangular banner typically worked in coloured wools with a King Charles spaniel seated on a tasseled cushion, turned finial, the cresting and apron pierced and carved with leafy scrolls, lotus grasped turned column, turned socle, shaped incurved triform base, bun feet, 142cm high, 47cm wide, c.1840 £150 - £250

1853 A pair of 19th century yew and elm Windsor side chairs, hooped stick backs with shaped and pierced splats centred by draught turned roundels, dished seats, turned legs, H-stretchers, c.1840 £60 - £100

1858 A post-Regency Derbyshire Ashford marble centre table, octagonal top inlaid with a band of colourful flowers and leafy stems, turned and half-fluted baluster column, canted incurved triform base, bun feet, 76cm high, 50cm wide, c.1830 £3,000 - £4,000

1854 A pair of George III Provincial oak side chairs, shaped cresting rails, vasular splats, boarded seats, shaped aprons, cabriole forelegs, late 18th century £40 - £60

1855 A pair of Louis XVI style giltwood fautilles, oval backs carved with musical trophy crestings, scroll arms with stiff acanthus leaves, stuffed-over upholstery, turned and fluted forelegs, c.1880 £300 - £500

1859 A post-Regency mahogany, marquetry and parquetry tripod centre table, moulded circular top inalid in satinwood and ebony with a broad graduated chequered band, centred by flowers and stiff foliage on a maple ground, baluster turned column, incurved triform base, turned feet, 73cm high, 63cm diam, c.1840 £200 - £300

1856 A pair of Victorian mahogany stools, square drop-in seats, turned legs, 50cm high, 35cm square, c.1860 £100 - £150

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1860 A quartetto of Chinese hardwood occasional tables, rectangular raised panelled tops, above friezes pierced and carved with fruiting leafy scrolls, square legs, shaped stretchers, 67cm to 41cm high, 46cm to 25.5cm wide, first half 20th century £200 - £300 1861 A Queen Anne/George I style walnut bookcase, by Maples, stamped, shaped arched cresting carved and applied with a shell and leafy scrolls, above a pair of eight-pane glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with a pair of rectangular doors, cabriole legs with shells to knees, 208cm high, 107cm wide, c.1920 £400 - £600 1862 A Regency gilt metal mounted rectangular occasional table, satinwood crossbanded top, scroll shaped end supports applied with acanthus bosses and caduceus, brass castors, 76cm high, 71.5cm wide £2,000 - £3,000

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1863 A Regency mahogany and parquetry rounded rectangular games table, sliding top inlaid for chess, to verso for backgammon, above a deep frieze, lyre shaped end supports applied with draught turned roundels, turned stretcher, scroll feet, brass castors, 75cm high, 85.5cm wide, c.1820 £700 - £1,000

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1864 A Regency mahogany bow fronted chest, slightly oversailing moulded top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass loose ring handles, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 105cm high, 104cm wide, c.1825 £200 - £300

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1865 A Regency mahogany gilt metal mounted rectangular library table, slightly oversailing top above a pair of frieze drawers divided by a raised panelled rectangular tablet, loose ring handles, outlined with ebony banding and mouldings, turned and fluted end supports carved and applied with acanthus brackets, hairy paw feet, brass castors, 74cm high, 126.5cm wide, c.1820 £3,000 - £5,000

1870 A set of eight Hepplewhite Revival shield back dining chairs, comprising a pair of carvers and six side chairs, pierced splats, outswept arms, cabriole legs, carved with stiff acanthus, ball and claw feet, c.1920 £500 - £700

1866 A Regency painted and ebonised break centre side cabinet, low superstructure with three quarter gallery above a band of trellis, turned supports, the projecting base with a pair of frieze drawers above a pair of rectangular doors lined with pleated silk, flanked by blind conforming, brass drum handles, decorated throughout with ‘stringing’, anthemion to angles, turned feet, 118cm high, 135cm wide, c.1815 £1,500 - £2,000 1867 A Regency rosewood breakcentre side cabinet, crossbanded top with gadrooned frieze above a pair of rectangular doors with brass grilles, flanked by a pair of gilt metal mounted ‘marble’ columns, the bowed angles with open shelves, skirted base, 92cm high, 195cm wide, c.1825 £3,000 - £4,000

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1871 A set of five Regency mahogany bar back dining chairs, comprising a pair of carvers and three side chairs, reeded borders, rope twist central rails, scroll arms, drop-in seats, sabre legs, c.1815 £200 - £300

1868 A Regency rosewood rounded rectangular occasional table, rectangular end supports, sabre legs, brass capped castors, 73cm high, 81cm wide £1,000 - £1,500

1872 A set of four Victorian mahogany balloon back dining chairs, stuffed over seats, serpentine front rails, turned forelegs, c.1880 £150 - £250

1869 A ‘Regency’ style mahogany and parquetry low occasional table, canted rectangular top with slight gallery, inlaid with a satinwood quarter-veneered reserve within a marbled border and a broad band of specimen wood lozenges, rectangular undertier, slender C-scroll legs applied with giltwood bosses, 61.5cm high, 72cm wide, 20th century £200 - £300

1873 A set of four William IV mahogany bar back dining chairs, curved cresting rails, carved with lotus and scrolls, drop-in seats, moulded front rails applied with draft turned roundels, turned lotus grasped legs, c.1835 £100 - £150

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1874 A set of six 19th century ash and elm faux bamboo spindle back chairs, rush seats, turned legs, c.1870 £150 - £200

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1875 A set of six Biedermeier/Empire mahogany dining chairs, curved rectangular backs, stuffed-over upholstery, sabre forelegs, 19th century £200 - £300 1876 A set of six Chippendale Revival mahogany dining chairs, Cupid’s bow cresting rails, shaped splats pierced with Gothic arches and carved with scrolling acanthus, drop-in seats, chamfered square legs, 19th century £1,500 - £2,500

1879 1880 A Sheraton Revival painted satinwood canted rectangular side cabinet, by Edwards & Roberts, stamped, veined marble top, banded frieze above a long drawer and a pair of rectangular doors, painted with flowering urns, leafy scrolls and swags, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony banding, tapered square legs, 89cm high, 104cm wide, c.1880 £1,500 - £2,500 1881 A Sheraton Revival painted satinwood rectangular work box on stand, by Edwards & Roberts, stamped, hinged crossbanded top above a long drawer, decorated with Nike driving a chariot, within bands of flowering leafy stems and scrolls, outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, the stand with tapered square legs, 82cm high, 58cm wide, c.1890 £1,000 - £1,500

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1877 A set of six Regency rosewood and brass marquetry bar back dining chairs, shaped and curved cresting rails, drop-in seats, sabre legs, c.1815 £400 - £600

1882 A Sheraton Revival rosewood and marquetry davenport, rectangular superstructure fitted for writing, hinged sloping top with tooled and gilt leather writing surface, maple lined interior with small drawers, four drawers to side, blind to verso, brass swing handles, inlaid with covered urns and scrolling foliage, outlined with boxwood stringing, sledge base, ceramic castors, 84cm high, 53cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £250

1878 A set of sixVictorian walnut salon chairs, oval backs carved with flower and ribbon crestings, stuffed over upholstery, cabriole legs with flowerheads and stiff leaves to knees, acanthus scroll feet, c.1860 £120 - £180 1879 A Sheraton Revival mahogany and marquetry armchair, shaped shield back with shaped and pierced splat, inlaid with paterae and stiff leaves, outswept scroll arms, stuffed-over seat, tapered square legs, spade feet, c.1900 £120 - £180 For more images please visit

1883 A substantial Regency mahogany sarcophagus shaped cellaret, hinged cover boldly carved and applied with a fruiting vine finial, lead lined, skirted base, brass castors, 63cm high, 116cm wide, c.1830 £1,500 - £2,500

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1884 A Victorian Aesthetic Movement oak bookcase/side cabinet, shaped three-quarter gallery above a band of lunettes and a concave niche carved with flowerheads and a glazed rectangular door flanked by open shelves, the projecting base with a pair of frieze drawers above a pair of adjustable shelves, reeded angles carved with flowerheads, turned feet, 200cm high, 122cm wide, c.1880 £400 - £600 1885 A Victorian burr walnut and marquetry three tier whatnot, turned finials, three-quarter gallery pierced with leafy scrolls, each moulded rounded rectangular tier inlaid with flowering leafy stems, outlined with boxwood stringing, turned legs, ceramic castors, 107cm high, 53cm wide, c.1865 £100 - £150 1886 A Victorian burr walnut shaped oval writing/centre table, moulded top above a shallow frieze, turned and fluted end supports, turned stretcher, scroll feet, 70cm high, 111cm wide, c.1860 £200 - £300

1887 A Victorian Carolean style dining chair, pierced grape and vine rectangular back, flanked by barley twist supports, leather stuffed-over seat and back, turned legs and stretcher, c.1870 £50 - £80

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1888 A Victorian gilt metal mounted kingwood crossbanded walnut side cabinet, the hipped rectangular top with matched veneers, above a deep frieze and a shaped rectangular glazed door enclosing shelves, flanked by canted angles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, the mounts cast with flowers and leafy scrolls, plinth base, 112cm high, 88cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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1890 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut, marquetry and ebonised vitrine, moulded top above a deep frieze and a glazed rectangular door enclosing velvet lined shelves, the projecting angles with turned and reeded columns capped by Corinthian capitals, plinth base, turned feet, 110cm high, 83cm wide, c.1870 £300 - £500 1891 A Victorian giltwood fire screen, shaped arched cresting pierced and carved with flowers and foliage, the banner typically worked in coloured wools with ribbon-tied torches, flowers and a wreath of fruiting laurel, flanked by flaming urnular finials and acanthus grasped turned and reeded columns, hoof feet, 107cm high, 66cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150 1892 A Victorian mahogany and marquetry tripod occasional table, circular top inlaid with a broad band of scrolling foliage, spirally turned column, scroll feet, 72cm high, 61cm diam, c.1870 £200 - £300

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1889 A Victorian gilt metal mounted mahogany and marquetry bureau plat, in Louis XV style, shaped rectangular top with inset tooled leather writing surface, above a deep frieze drawer, inlaid in coloured woods with ribbontied flowering leafy branches, serpentine legs, 79cm high, 85cm wide, the lock stamped Hobbs & Co, London, c.1875 £300 - £500

1893 A Victorian mahogany bagatelle table, D-shaped folding top with moulded edge, enclosing a baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze, turned legs, ceramic castors, 90cm high, 247cm long (open), 123.5cm long (closed), 86cm wide, c.1880 £80 - £120 1894 A Victorian mahogany bookcase, rounded rectangular moulded cornice above a pair of glazed rectangular doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with a pair of frieze drawers above rounded rectangular panelled doors, plinth base, 200cm high, 109cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £400

1895 A Victorian mahogany breakfront triple wardrobe, the moulded cornice with oval bevelled mirrored door, with pierced leaf scrolls to corners, the interior with three slides and three long drawers, flanked by conforming long doors, with hanging hooks and drawers, plinth base, 210cm wide, 216cm high, c.1860 £400 - £600

1896 A Victorian mahogany chest, of George III design, moulded rectangular top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, flanked by reeded quarter-columns, skirted base, ogee bracket feet, 105cm high, 118cm wide, 19th century £150 - £200 1897 A Victorian mahogany connoisseur’s chest, moulded rounded rectangular top above five long graduated cockbeaded drawers, turned wooden handles, plinth base, 92cm high, 82cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

1899 AVictorian mahogany hall chair, shaped back carved and applied with a border of scrolls, centred by a shield boss, turned legs, paper label for F J Mercer, Sheffield, c.1880 £60 - £80

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1901 1900 A Victorian mahogany kneehole desk, moulded rounded rectangular top with low back, above three frieze drawers, cupboard to niche flanked by two rows of three drawers, turned wooden handles, skirted base, 82cm high, 121cm wide, c.1880 (alterations) £200 - £300

1902 A Victorian mahogany nursing chair, deep buttoned arched back carved with wavy pendants and acanthus scrolls, stuffed over seat, turned legs, ceramic castors, c.1865 £80 - £120

1903 A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, cockbeaded drawer to frieze, turned wooden handles, turned legs, 73cm high, 95cm long, c.1860 £50 - £80

1901 A Victorian mahogany library low bookcase, arched three-quarter gallery centred by a lotus boss, moulded top above four glazed arched rectangular doors enclosing adjustable shelves trimmed with tooled and gilt leather, plinth base, 151.5cm high, 184cm wide, c.1860 £700 - £1,000

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1904 A Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular windout dining table, moulded top above a deep frieze, turned baluster legs, brass castors, two additional leaves, 81cm high, 252cm long (fully extended), 128cm wide, c.1850 £800 - £1,200

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1907 A Victorian mahogany serpentine fronted davenport, three-quarter gallery, sliding hinged sloping top with inset tooled leather writing surface, maple lined interior, scribe’s drawer and four long drawers to side, blind to verso, flanked by twisted columns, skirted base, 87cm high, 63cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600 1909 A Victorian Neo-Gothic oak wardrobe, moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular linen-fold paneled doors, enclosing a hanging rail above two short and one long drawers, skirted base, bracket feet, 193cm high, 106cm wide, c.1875 £200 - £300

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1905 A Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular writing table, the moulded top with inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, above a pair of frieze drawers, turned legs, ceramic castors, 74cm high, 106cm wide, c.1880 £250 - £350 1906 A Victorian mahogany scroll end chaise longue, carved with acanthus, deep buttoned stuffed-over upholstery, turned legs, ceramic castors, c.1860 £200 - £300

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1910 A Victorian nursing chair, shaped spoon back with shell and leafy scroll cresting, deep-buttoned stuffed-over upholstery, cabriole forelegs carved with shells to knees, scroll feet, c.1860 £100 - £150

1911 A Victorian oak and mahogany chest, moulded top above a hat drawer flanked by two rows of small drawers, above three further long graduated drawers, each with a raised and fielded rectangular panel, brass Aesthetic Movement swing handles, flanked by reeded angles. plinth base, 122cm high, 122cm wide, c.1880 £150 - £200 1912 A Victorian oak circular tripod occasional table, moulded tilt top with guilloche frieze, baluster column carved with acanthus, cabriole legs with acanthus scrolls to knees, scroll feet, 74cm high, 67cm diam, c.1860 £100 - £150

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1913 A Victorian Channel Islands oak open library bookcase/reading stand, hinged sloping top above two adjustable shelves, carved and polychrome painted to one side with the crest and the other the impaled arms of de Haviland of Haviland Manor, Guernsey, plinth base, 162.5cm high, 123cm wide, c.1880

1915 A Victorian pollard oak Wellington chest, rectangular top above a deep frieze and ten drawers restrained by hinged batons, applied with acanthus scroll carved brackets, turned wooden handles, plinth base, 134cm high, 61cm wide, c.1880 £400 - £600

1916 A Victorian Reformed Gothic oak hexagonal tripod centre table, in the manner of Charles Bevan, the top with inset writing surface, bevelled edge inlaid with a barber pole band, above four buttress supports, chamfered column, downswept legs inlaid with roundels, 72cm high, 50cm diam, c.1875 £300 - £500

This family, one of a group of Norman noble houses, dominated the Island’s bailiffate for many centuries up to the 20th century, and members of it included the actress sisters Joan Fontaine and Olivia de Haviland and the aeronautical pioneer and manufacturer, Sir Geoffrey de Haviland. The impaled arms suggest that this piece may have been made, perhaps on the island, for Henry de Haviland (1869-1949) and his wife Mary née Michele £300 - £500 1914 A Victorian oak rectangular occasional writing table, moulded rectangular top above a long frieze drawer, wide S-shaped end supports carved with acanthus and scrolls, turned stretcher, acanthus scroll feet, 76cm high, 63.5cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £400

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1917 A Victorian rosewood rectangular three-tier whatnot, turned finials, three-quarter gallery pierced with leafy scrolls, conforming aprons, spirally turned supports, turned feet, brass castors, 144cm high, 82cm wide, c.1860 £400 - £600

1918 A Victorian rosewood rounded rectangular library table, the well figured top with matched veneers above a moulded frieze, shaped end supports carved and applied with stiff leaves and scrolls, acanthus scroll feet, 73cm high, 156cm wide, Dublin repository label to underside, c.1850 £1,500 - £2,000

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1920 A Victorian rosewood spoon back armchair, flower and stiff leaf cresting, outswept arms carved with scrolls and flowering foliage, deep buttoned stuffed-over upholstery, serpentine front rail, cabriole legs, scroll feet, ceramic castors, c.1860 £200 - £300

1921 A Victorian scumbled pine rectangular shop display cabinet, moulded cornice, rectangular doors with mirrors to verso, enclosing three adjustable glass shelves, plinth base, 168cm high, 143cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300 1922 A Victorian Sheraton Revival painted satinwood and cane triptych screen, leafy scroll and anthemion cresting above an oval reserve decorated en-grisaille with cherub musicians, within a border of bell husk swags, flanked by urnular finials and lattice, the central section applied with a covered urn draped with swags, flanked by fan paterae, painted overall with flowers and fruiting foliage, gilt brass handles to sides, square legs, brass socket castors, 212cm high, each fold 50cm wide, c.1890 £700 - £1,000

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1919 A Victorian rosewood shaped rectangular fire screen, boldly carved with leafy scrolls, the banner typically worked in coloured wools with a peacock perched on a pedestal, scroll feet, brass castors, 130cm high, 71.5cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £150

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1923 A Victorian walnut and ebonised rounded rectangular card table, folding top incise carved and picked out in gilt with palmettes and leafy stems, enclosing a baise lined playing surface, the base with four turned and reeded columns, urnular under finial, scroll legs ceramic castors, 71cm high, 92cm wide, c.1875 £300 - £400 1924 A Victorian walnut and marquetry oval occasional table, crossbanded top with carved edge, centred by a flowering urn and outlined with boxwood stringing, turned column, cabriole legs carved with acanthus, ceramic castors, 72cm high, 99cm wide, c.1865 £100 - £150

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1928 1925 A Victorian walnut and marquetry three-tier whatnot, each shaped serpentine tier with book-matched veneers and inlaid with sprays of flowers, turned finials, divided by twisted supports, turned feet, brass castors, 88cm high, 92cm wide, c.1860 £200 - £300

1929 1931 A William IV mahogany circular breakfast/centre table, tilting top with moulded edge, panelled baluster column, lotus socle, spreading circular base, scroll feet, 74cm high, 130cm diam, c.1835 £300 - £400

1926 AVictorian walnut four division Canterbury, turned finials, arched handles, turned and fluted supports, drawer to base, turned wooden handles, turned feet, ceramic castors, 52cm high, 60cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £500 1927 A William & Mary walnut and marquetry bureau bookcase, moulded outswept cornice above a pair of rectangular eight-pane doors enclosing shelves, shallow sloping fall front enclosing a tooled leather writing surface, a well, pigeon holes and small drawers, the inset base with two short and two long graduated drawers, brass drop handles, inlaid with flowering dense scrolling foliage within strapwork reserves, outlined with shaded stiff leaf banding, bracket feet, 228cm high, 94cm wide, c.1690 £5,000 - £7,000

1928 A William and Mary walnut collector’s cabinet, outswept cornice above a cushion moulded frieze drawer and a pair of well figured rectangular doors enclosing a rectangular niche and an arrangement of small drawers, outlined with herringbone banding and boxwood stringing, skirted base, 81cm high, 105cm wide, c.1690 £400 - £600 1929 A William IV mahogany breakfast table, circular tilting top with carved edge, above a deep frieze applied with bead-and-reel moulding, fluted baluster column, lotus socle, scroll legs applied with flowerhead bosses, ceramic castors, 73cm high, 118cm diam, c.1830 £300 - £400

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1932 A William IV mahogany linen press, shaped cresting carved with anthemion and leafy scrolls, moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular doors enclosing sliding trays, the base with two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, turned wooden handles, scroll feet, 225cm high, 124cm wide, c.1835 £300 - £500

1930 A William IV mahogany breakfast table, rounded rectangular top tilting on octagonal column, moulded socle, incurved triangular base, bun feet, 76cm high, 136cm wide, c.1830 £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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1933 A William IV mahogany pole screen, turned finial, rounded rectangular banner carved and applied with scrolls to angles, typically worked in coloured wools with a basket of flowers and ripe fruit, turned column, incurved canted triform base, bun feet, 140cm high, c.1835 £100 - £150 1934 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular pull-out dining table, moulded top above a deep frieze, turned legs, brass castors, 74cm high, 191cm long (fully extended), 133cm long (closed), 120cm wide, c.1840 £600 - £800 1935 An 18th century Dutch walnut shaped serpentine lowboy, moulded top above two long cockbeaded frieze drawers flanked by two pairs of small drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, cabriole legs carved with flowering C-scrolls to knees, ball and claw feet, 80cm high, 90cm wide, c.1775 £400 - £600 For more images please visit

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1936 An 18th century Italian Rococo style giltwood shaped serpentine console table, rouge veined marble top with moulded edge, above a shaped frieze pierced and carved with shells and leafy scrolls, acanthus grasped cabriole legs, 92cm high, 130cm wide, 20th century £300 - £500 1937 An 18th century Maltese/Italian walnut serpentine fronted bombe shaped bureau, crossbanded and quarter veneered fall front enclosing an arrangement of drawers, above a frieze drawer and a pair of further long drawers, shaped apron cabriole legs carved with bell husks to knees, lion paw feet, 117cm high, 119cm wide, c.1775 £8,000 - £12,000

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1938 An 18th century oak rectangular side table, oversailing planked top above a long frieze drawer, brass axehead handles, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 70cm high, 83cm wide, c.1720 £100 - £150 1939 An 18th century style mahogany wing back armchair, outswept scroll arms, squab cushion, cabriole legs, scroll feet, c.1860 £1,500 - £2,500 1940 An 18th century walnut and marquetry cabinet on chest, moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular doors, the base with four long graduated drawers, inlaid with flowering urns and bands of flowering leafy stems, bun feet, 179cm high, 132cm wide £1,500 - £2,000

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1944 An early 18th century oak four panel blanket chest, hinged top, stile feet, 60cm high, 132cm wide, c.1720 (the top now in two sections) £200 - £300

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1941 A 19th century Dutch oak bombe shaped silver table, shaped gallery above a long frieze drawer, brass handles cast with covered urns, rams’ heads and swags, cabriole legs carved with trellis and diapers to knees, pad feet, 74cm high, 82cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

1945 An early 18th century oak four panel blanket chest, hinged top, the front carved with stylised guilloche, stile feet, 53cm high, 112.5cm wide, c.1700 £200 - £300 1946 An early 18th century oak gateleg dining table, oval top, drawer to frieze, brass drop handles, turned legs, plain stretchers, turned feet, 72cm high, 113cm wide, c.1720 £100 - £150

1942 An Art Nouveau brass mounted oak sideboard, broken arched pediment centred by an urnular finial and carved with stylised flowers on sinuous leafy stems, moulded cornice above a rectangular bevelled mirror, flanked by tapered columns and stylised organic motifs, the projecting base with moulded break centre top above central drawer, an open niche and a further drawer, flanked by a pair of rectangular doors, shaped and embossed swing handles and hinges, oversize bracket feet, 246cm high, 179cm wide, c.1900 £400 - £600

1947 An early 18th century oak gateleg dining table, oval top, drawer to frieze, turned and blocked legs, swept feet, 71cm high, 117cm wide, c.1720 £100 - £150

1948 An early 18th century oak side table, oversailing moulded rectangular top above a long frieze drawer, shaped apron, turned legs, plain stretchers, 63cm high, 76cm wide, c.1720 £150 - £250

1943 An Art Nouveau mahogany side cabinet, by Shapland & Petter, rectangular gallery pierced with S-scrolls, moulded canted breakcentre top, rectangular glazed door flanked by a pair of open niches, the sides pierced with stylised organic motifs, the frieze with a pair of drawers above a shaped arched niche and a glazed rectangular door flanked by adjustable shelves and shaped brackets, plinth base, 156cm high, 114cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £500

1949 An early 18th century oak three panel blanket chest, hinged top enclosing a till, stile feet, 63cm high, 123cm wide, c.1720 £200 - £300

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1950 An early 18th century oak three panel blanket chest, hinged top, stile feet, 61cm high, 125cm wide, c.1720 £250 - £350

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1956 An early Victorian rosewood four section canterbury, serpentine divisions carved with C-scrolls and stiff leaves, drawer to base, turned wooden handles, lotus carved feet, brass castors, 48cm high, 52cm wide, c.1840 £250 - £350

1957 An Edwardian mahogany bow fronted corner display cabinet, rectangular back, moulded top above a pair of glazed doors, outlined with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, undertier, outswept legs, 149cm high, 78cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150

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1958 An Edwardian mahogany display cabinet, moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular three-quarter glazed doors, outlined throughout with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, 72cm high, 102cm wide, c.1905 £100 - £150

1951 An early 18th century oak three panel blanket chest, hinged top, the frieze carved with a meandering stylised leafy stem, stile feet, 63cm high, 131cm wide, c.1720 £200 - £300

1952 An early 19th century giltwood rectangular pier glass, the moulded cornice applied with floral roundels, the deep frieze painted with Man of War in full sail, ribbon tied reeded columns, 81cm x 39cm £120 - £180

1959 An Edwardian oval brass bound coopered oak open celerity/wine cooler, by R A Lister and Co,. Limited, Dursley, two riveted brass bands, rectangular block feet, 24.5cm high, 57cm wide, c.1910 £60 - £100

1953 An early George III mahogany chest, of small proportions, moulded rectangular top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 91cm high, 96cm wide, c.1765 £250 - £350

1960 An Edwardian stained beech child’s adjustable swivel high chair, curved cresting rail, outswept scroll arms, shaped splat pierced with an inverted heart, caned seat, serpentine legs, X-stretcher, c.1910 £80 - £120

1954 An early George III mahogany chest, of unusually small proportions, rounded rectangular top above two short and three long graduated moulded drawers, skirted base, 65cm high, 75cm wide, c.1760 (lacking feet) £300 - £500

1961 An Edwardian stained beech seven piece salon suite, comprising a settee, a pair of armchairs and four side chairs, shaped cresting rails inlaid with ovals, pierced oval splats, shaped arms, tapered square legs, outlined throughout with ‘stringing’, turned H-stretchers, the settee 109cm wide, c.1910 £300 - £400

1955 An early Victorian mahogany library table, rounded rectangular top with inset leather writing surface, moulded edge carved with acanthus above a cushion moulded frieze with one long flanked by two short drawers, half-fluted slabsided vasular end supports with lotus capitals, acanthus grasped turned stretcher, scroll legs terminating in bold lion paw feet, 78cm high, 144cm wide, c.1840 £800 - £1,200

1962 A French Egyptian Revival gilt metal mounted mahogany bookcase, moulded cornice above a deep frieze and an arched rectangular glazed door backed with a brass grille, within a pair of canted rectangular panelled doors enclosing adjustable shelves, divided and flanked by female Hermes wearing the striped Nemes headdress, egg-anddart, lotus and wrapped laurel borders, skirted base, bun feet, 211cm high, 193cm wide, c.1870 £600 - £800 1963 A late Victorian E.P.N.S mounted oak tantalus on stand, domed top above a mirrored niche with three square clear glass bottles with prismatic stoppers, the hinged twincovers enclosing compartments for cigars, above a card drawer, applied with a vacant shield shaped cartouche and cut-card work, the stand with frieze drawer, shaped legs, Xstretchers with rectangular undertier, Regd. No. 559673, 109cm high, 38cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £250

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1964 An unusual Aesthetic Movement mahogany and brass occasional table, rectangular top with reeded border, centred by a glazed panel backed with lace, above a deep frieze cast and chased with ribbon-tied leafy sprigs, turned and fluted legs, conforming undertier, pierced apron, downswept feet, 79cm high, 47.5cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300

1965 An unusual George IV rosewood music room Wellington chest, moulded rectangular top with hinged recital or composition stand adjustable on a ratchet, deep drawer to frieze, candle slide and scribe’s drawer to sides, above seven fall front drawers, restrained to the side by a hinged baton, turned wooden handles, plinth base, stepped bracket feet, 113.5cm high, 68cm wide, c.1830 £600 - £800

1966 An unusual Regency gilt metal mounted rosewood secretaire side cabinet, rectangular superstructure with brass three-quarter gallery pierced with Gothic arches, above a pair of crossbanded drawers, brass drum handles, the projecting base with fall front drawer fitted with a tooled and gilt leather writing surface and four drawers, scroll supports applied with acanthus and bosses, beaded borders, rectangular undertier, turned feet, 123cm high, 77cm wide, c.1820 £1,800 - £2,500

1967 An unusual Victorian brass mounted mahogany folio cabinet, hinged moulded top sloping fall front resting on a pair of folding supports, above a further fall front applied with a rectangular moulding, plinth base, 123cm high, 120cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300

1968 Campaign Furniture - a rare and important George III brass bound mahogany patent collapsible officers’ mess table, by Morgan & Sanders, stamped, rounded rectangular top with moulded edge, above a pair of frieze drawers, blind to ends, flush swing handles, two additional leaves in four sections, tapered square legs, 76cm high, 132cm wide, 119.5cm long (closed), 179.5cm long (fully extended), c.1815 - 1820 £8,000 - £12,000 1969 Maritime Interest - a bow fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, shaped top and base with bowed upstands, the door painted with a Man of War in full sail, flanked by bands of guilloche, black line borders on a green ground, 104cm high, 20th century £80 - £120

1970 Miniature Furniture - a 19th century rosewood table top cabinet, the moulded top above two fielded panelled doors, inlaid with lozenges, above six short drawers, plinth base, 39cm high, 30cm wide, c.1840 £120 - £180

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1971 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted kingwood and vernis Martin bombe shaped vitrine, moulded top above a shaped three-quarter glazed door, the lower section painted with a young lady and her suitors in 18th century costume, leafy scroll cast mounts, serpentine legs, 171cm high, 85cm wide, c.1900 £2,000 - £3,000

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1972 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry sofa table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves above a pair of frieze drawers, incurved rectangular base with four scroll supports, sabre legs, brass capped castors, 74cm high, 150cm wide (open), 90cm wide (closed), c.1815 £2,500 - £3,500

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1973 A pair of Victorian mahogany lady’s and gentleman’s salon chairs, spoon shaped backs carved with pods and scrolls, deep buttoned stuffed-over upholstery, serpentine front rails, cabriole legs, ceramic castors, c.1860 £400 - £600

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1974 A George IV mahogany bergere library chair, rectangular back, downswept arms, urnular turned supports, deep buttoned squab cushion, turned forelegs, brass castors, c.1830 £300 - £400

1975 A late 19th century octagonal faux rosewood bijouterie table, hinged glazed cover, X-shaped undertier, tapered square legs, painted with roses and foliage, 72.5cm high, 30.5cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150 1976 A Victorian quartetto of rosewood and marquetry occasional tables, quarter veneered tops inlaid with flowers and leafy scrolls, turned legs, downswept bases, 73cm high overall, 59cm wide, c.1880 £120 - £180

1977 A 19th century mahogany kidney shape twin pedestal writing desk, the top set with three tooled leather panels, the centre sliding and rising on a ratchet, above seven drawers, hexagonal brass swing handles, navette escutcheons, inlaid and painted with ribbon tied swags and festoons, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, turned legs, brass castors, 181cm wide, 85cm high £2,000 - £3,000

1978 A George III mahogany serpentine bachelor's chest, the moulded edge above blind fret frieze, three short and three long graduated drawers, skirted base, tapered legs, 82cm wide, 82cm high, c.1770 £200 - £300

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207. A good 19th century wooden Noah's Ark with animals £300/500

Toy and Childhood Memories Sale The Derby Auction House

18. Corgi Toys 206 Hillman Husky Estate, metallic blue and silver body, boxed £140/160

At The Derby Saleroom, Chequers Road, Derby, DE21 6EN

Saturday 16th April 2011 at 10.30am 208. Gebruder Marklin tinplate gauge '1' 0-4-0 G.N.R Locomotive £600/800

Over 300 lots to include 155 exceptional Corgi diecast models, including ex-shop stock, from an internationally important private collection; over 50 teddy bears from a Derbyshire collector; a 19th century Folk Art Noah’s Ark; a rare Gebruder Marklin tinplate locomotive; and 100 other lots including Steiff, Dinky, Matchbox, Hornby,Tri-ang, Schuco, Bassett Lowke and other manufacturers. On view: Tuesday 12th April 1pm – 7pm Friday 15th April 10.am – 2pm Morning of Sale from 9.00am E-mail: fineart@bamfordsauctions.co.uk

154. Advertising, Corgi Toys shop display glass window tile £100/150

View our sale online: www.bamfords-auctions.co.uk www.antiquestradegazette.com/ bamfords Catalogues available on request

Bamfords charge 20% plus VAT on the hammer of each lot however if the total is paid by the 22nd April 2011 this premium will be reduced to 17.5% plus VAT

85. Corgi Toys 323 Citroen D.S.19 in Monte Carlo trim, pale blue body, boxed £150/180

140. Corgi Toys 485 B.M.C. Mini Countryman, sea green body, boxed £130/150

218. A.C. Gilbert Co James Bond 007 action figure, boxed £200/300

110. Corgi Toys 428 Karrier Ice - Cream Van 'MR SOFTEE', boxed £200/250

58. Corgi Toys 240 Ghia Fiat 600 Jolly, metallic blue body, boxed £130/150

133. Corgi Toys 474 Musical 'WALLS ICE CREAM' Ford Thames van, boxed £250/350

148. Corgi Toys 1134 MAJOR PACK 'US ARMY' Fuel Tanker, olive green body, boxed £200/230

7. Corgi Toys 201 Austin Cambridge, silver over metallic green body, boxed £140/160


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The Attic Sale Carnfield Hall

at Carnfield Hall, Alfreton, Derbyshire, DE55 2BE

Saturday 26th March 2011 at 10.30am

Over 600 lots of 19th Century Pine and Country House Furniture;Taxidermy;Treen; Interesting Boxes, Objects and Curiosities; Pictures and Prints; Horse Drawn Vehicles; Architectural Salvage and Outdoor Effects

On view:

Friday 25th March 2011 Morning of Sale

1pm – 6pm From 9am

E-mail: sales@bamfordsauctions.co.uk

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Alton Manor, Idridghay, Derbyshire

Thursday 12th and Friday 13th May

To Contain Solely Selected Items From Some of Derbyshire’s Finest Houses and Collections, Primarily The Entire Contents of Alton Manor on The Kind Instruction of The Executors of Lady Anne Hilton; The Fine Residual Contents of Carnfield Hall,Alfreton on Instructions of James Cartland, Esq; Selected Items from Stubbing Court,Wingerworth; A Fine and Important Collection of Derbyshire Silver; An Important and Documented Collection of Blue John

On view:

Sunday 8th May Monday 9th May Tuesday 10th May Wednesday 11th May Mornings of sale

2.00pm – 6.00pm 1.00pm – 5.00pm 1.00pm – 5.00pm Strictly By Appointment From 9am

E-mail: sales@bamfordsauctions.co.uk

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Saturday 16th April 2011

To Include Items from Two of the Largest Private Collections of Advertising, Packaging and Promotional Material in the UK

Over 500 Lots of Tins; Cardboard Packaging; Bottles; Stoneware Jars; Dummy Displays; Showcards; Shop Cabinets; Metal Signs and Other Promotional Objects

On view:

Tuesday 12th April 2011 Friday 15th April 2011 Morning of Sale

1pm – 7pm 10am – 2pm From 9am

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The Derby Auction House • Chequers Road • Off Pentagon Island • Derby • DE21 6EN Tel: 01332 210000 • Fax: 01332 368424 • E-mail: fineart@bamfords-auctions.co.uk • bamfords-matlock@tiscali.co.uk Please note all successful bids are subject to a Buyers Premium of 17.5% plus VAT, however this premium is reduced for payments made before the 26th March 2011 to 15%. There is a minimum Buyers Premium of £10 per lot

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Conditions of Sale Rescission Notwithstanding any other terms of these Conditions, if within fourteen days after the sale Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited have received from the buyer of any lot notice in writing that in his view the lot is a deliberate forgery and within twenty-one days after such notification the buyer returns the same to Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited in the same condition as at the time of sale and by producing evidence, the burden of proof to be upon the buyer, satisfies Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited that considered in the light of the entry in the catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the same refunded.The seller and the buyer agree to be bound by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s decision.

Definitions In these Conditions Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited act only as auctioneers and agents for the seller and the representative of Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited conducting the auction is called the 'Auctioneer'. General Whilst Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogue and the description of any lot:(a) Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as divided or combined with any other lot or lots sold by the seller with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. (b) Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited do not accept responsibility for the authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot unless they have been instructed in writing by the seller to so cer tify, and in such case the auctioneers do so as agents of the seller and are not themselves responsible for such claims. (c) All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally as to any of the matters set out above are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited unless they have been instructed in writing by the seller to so certify. (d) The Auctioneers must receive any claim under any Statute in writing within ten days of the day of the sale.

Default Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited disclaim responsibility for default by either the buyer or the seller as they act, as agents for the seller only and therefore do not pay out to the seller until payment is received from the buyer. Instructions given by telephone are accepted at the sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing forthwith. In the event of a sale by private treaty both the seller and the buyer agree to be bound by the General and any Special Conditions of Sale. In the event of a sale by private treaty both the seller and the buyer agree to be bound by the General and ay Special Conditions of Sale.

The Auction (a) The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots or withdraw any lot or lots from the sale, to refuse bids, regulate bidding or cancel the sale without in any case giving any reason or without previous notice.They may bid on behalf of the seller for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve or at the Auctioneer’s discretion. (b) The highest bidder shall be the buyer except in the case of dispute. The Auctioneer may at their sole discretion determine the advance of bidding or refuse a bid. If during the auction the Auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, they have absolute discretion to settle it or to reoffer the lot. (c) Each lot is put up for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the seller. Where no reserves have been placed the seller has the right to bid either personally or by any one person on his behalf, which may be the Auctioneer. (d) All conditions, notices, descriptions, statements and other matters in the catalogue and elsewhere concerning any lots are subject to any statements modifying or affecting the same made by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to any bid being accepted for the lot.

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Third Party Liability Every person on Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at their own risk.They shall have no claim against Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited in respect of any accident which may occur or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused, save in so far as the injury, damage or loss shall be caused by the direct negligence of Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s employees.

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Inspection Opportunity is given for inspection and each buyer by making a bid for a lot acknowledges that he has satisfied himself fully before bidding by inspection or otherwise to all the Sale Conditions, the physical condition of and description of the lot including but not restricted to whether the lot is damaged or has been repaired or restored. 226

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Property and Risk The legal title in a lot shall not pass to the buyer until the lot(s) has been paid for in full and the Auctioneers shall be entitled to a lien on any lot sold until the purchase price is paid in full but each lot is at the sole risk of the buyer from the fall of the hammer. Each buyer shall forthwith give his full names and permanent address and if called upon to do so by the Auctioneer shall pay Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited such proportion of the purchase price as the Auctioneer may require. If the buyer fails to do so, the lot may at the Auctioneer’s sole discretion be put up again and re-sold.

Commission to Bid Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited will execute bids on behalf of intending buyers unable to attend the sale at no charge. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited undertake to purchase lots as cheaply as allowed by other bids and reserves. Bids must be submitted in writing and whilst every care is taken in carrying out instructions Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited cannot be held responsible for errors or omissions made in carrying out such bids. Lots on which Value Added Tax is payable on or included in the hammer price are indicated in the catalogue or description sheet with a sign. VAT is payable on or included in the hammer price of such lots at the rates prevailing on the day of the auction.

Every bidder shall be deemed to act as principal unless there is in force a written acknowledgement by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited that they act as agents on behalf of a named principal. Removal of Goods (a) No purchase shall be claimed or removed until the sale has been concluded. All lots shall be paid for and removed at the buyer’s risk and expense by the end of the tenth working day after the Fine Art and Antiques sale and two working days for all other sales, failing which the Auctioneer shall not be responsible if the same are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and all lots not so removed shall remain at the risk of the buyer and subject to a storage charge. If they are not paid for and removed within the above mentioned terms of the sale, the Auctioneer may resell them by auction or privately without notice to the buyer. Any liability, which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer in respect of any loss, shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the buyer of the lot. (b) In the event of any failure of the buyer to comply with any of the above conditions the damages recoverable by the seller or the Auctioneers from the defaulter shall include any loss arising on any re-sale of the lots, together with the charges and expenses in respect of both sales, together with interest at 2% above HSBC plc base rate upon the price of any lot which has not been paid for within forty-eight hours of the sale, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneers on account of any liability of the defaulter to them or to the seller. The Auctioneers are unable to accept payment from successful bidders other than in cash or by the bidders own cheque. Cheques drawn by third parties, whether in the Auctioneer’s favour or requiring endorsement cannot be accepted. Purchase Price The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium at the stated rates on the hammer price together with a premium at the stated rates on the hammer price (adjusted for VAT as necessary). The premium at the appropriate rate is payable by all purchasers.The amount invoiced in respect of the premium will be inclusive of VAT but this VAT will not normally be recoverable by the buyer. The vendor authorises the Auctioneer’s to deduct commission and expenses at the stated rates from the hammer price and acknowledges the Auctioneer’s right to retain the premium payable by the purchaser.

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Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or the artist’s heirs each time a work is re-sold during the artist’s lifetime and during the 70 years following the artist’s death. Taking effect in the UK on 14 February 2006, it will initially only apply to the work of living artists. In 2010 (or 2012 depending on whether or not the UK government take advatage of a possible derogation), Droit de Suite will be extended to apply to an artist’s works for a period of 70 years after his death.

Royalties will be calculated using a sliding scale of percentages of the sale price, net of tax, For auction companies, the sale price is the hammer price (i.e., the price without the premium). However, the total amount of royalty on any one sale or lot shall not exceed €12,500. Resale royalties are not subject to VAT. Resale royalty does not apply when the hammer price is less than €1,000. Each time you bid on a lot covered by ARRR, you agree to pay an amount equal to the resale royalty, if you are the successful bidder.This amount will be added to your invoice.

Conditions of Sale Applicable to Sellers Terms Standard selling commission is 12.5% (14.37% inc. VAT) of the hammer price of each lot. The minimum charge whether sold or unsold is £3 per lot (non catalogued sales) and £10 per lot (catalogue sales). The withdrawal fee for a lot which has been catalogued is 20% of the reserve price or the auctioneer’s lower estimate of the auction value, subject to the minimum charge of £25 per lot on catalogued sales. Insurance is charged at 2.5% of the hammer price of each lot sold (subject to a minimum charge of £1). VAT is payable on minimum charges, withdrawal fee and insurance. Buyers pay a premium of 17.5% excluding the VAT on the hammer price of each lot purchased, HOWEVER THIS PREMIUM WILL BE REDUCED TO 15% IF THE TOTAL INVOICE IS PAID PRIOR TO 26th March 2011. 227

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The Seller authorises Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited to deduct commission at the published rate and to retain the buyer’s premium of 15% plus VAT. The seller agrees to pay all special adver tising charges and illustration charges insomuch that they are reasonable.

shall notify his Insurers of, and shall himself note the Auctioneers’ Interest as Bailees in such policy or policies. Warranty of Title The seller warrants to Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited and to the buyer that he is the true owner of the property or is properly authorised to sell the property by the true owner and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

Value Added Tax A seller who sends for sale by auction any chatel(s) which is an asset of his business must disclose to the Auctioneer whether or not he is a registered person for Value Added Tax purposes and, if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends to operate the Dealers Margin Scheme covering works of ar t, etc. This information must be supplied to the Auctioneer on or prior to delivery of goods.

Rights to Photographs and Illustrations The vendor gives Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited full and absolute right to photograph and illustrate any lots placed in its hands for sale and to use such photographs and illustrations and any photographs provided by the vendor at any time at its absolute discretion, whether or not in the connection with the auction. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited will reserve the right to make a discretionary charge for any photographs used in the catalogue which will promote the items sale.

Instructions All goods delivered to the Auctioneer’s premises will be deemed to be delivered for Sale by Auction and will be catalogued and sold accordingly unless special instructions are recorded on the receipt.

Electrical and Mechanical Goods The seller or consignor of electrical or mechanical goods warrants and under takes to Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited that at the date on which the same are consigned to Bamfords or put under Bamfords' control and excepted as previously disclosed to Bamfords the same are safe if reasonably used for the purpose for which they were designed and free from any defect not obviously on external inspection which could prove dangerous to human life or health and will indemnify Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited, its servants and agents against loss or damage suffered by any of them in consequence of any breach of the above warranty and undertaking. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited reserve the right to make a minimum charge of £2.50 per item to have the goods checked by an electrician for the safety of the item.

Reserves Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited will be pleased to advise on suitable protective reserves but if no reserve have been received prior to the day of sale, the lot will be sold without reserve or at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Reserves must be confirmed in writing or notified on the receipt at the time of delivery. Indemnity Vendors shall indemnify Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited against any claims in connection with goods sold by Bamfords on the vendors behalf.

Collections The Auctioneer’s do not themselves under take the collection of goods but acting expressly as Agents, they will if required, instruct or recommend a carrier on the vendor’s behalf.

Agency The Auctioneers act throughout as Agents only and are not responsible for any default by the buyer. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited disclaim liability for paying the vendor until they have received settlement from the purchaser.

Withdrawals Where a seller cancels instructions for sale, or where a lot is withdrawn for any reason other than misattribution or authenticity, Bamfords Auctioneers andValuers Limited reserve the right to charge a fee equal to 10% plus VAT of the reserve price of the lot, or where no reserve has been fixed, Bamford’s lower estimate of the item(s) withdrawn, together with any expenses incurred in relation with the item(s) withdrawn.

Unsaleable Goods Unless otherwise instructed by accompanying or previously received written notice, all goods delivered to their premises which in Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited opinion have no saleable value will be disposed of at Bamfords discretion either to a charity or by consignment for destruction.

Insurance Unless instructed otherwise (in which case the property remains at the Owners risk) goods will be insured against all risks whilst on the premises pending sale. The premium cost will be 2.5% of the hammer price.The Auctioneer shall not be responsible for damage to, or the loss, theft or destruction of any goods not so insured. If the vendor has in force policy or policies of Insurance in which the article is specifically mentioned as being insured (whetheror not for an agreed sum of value) the vendor

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