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Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers

Tuesday 8th, Wednesday 9th, Thursday 10th and Friday 11th October 2013 at 10.30am The Derby Auction House, Chequers Road, Derby


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Bamfords THE DERBY AUCTION HOUSE

FOUR-DAY FINE ART AND ANTIQUE SALE at The Derby Saleroom, Chequers Road, Derby

Tuesday 8th, Wednesday 9th, Thursday 10th and Friday 11th October 2013

Fine Oriental Ivories and Carving from a Loughborough Lady, Collected Mainly in the 1960’s; English Furniture, Works of Art and Decorations from a French Farm House; Early English Porcelain and Pottery from a London Estate; the remaining contents from the Shropshire Home of a Distinguished Surgeon and Discerning Collector, on the Instructions of His Executors; Part of an Important Collection of Pinxton Porcelain and Over 20 Deceased Estates Across Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire and Other Vendors

Over 2,500 Lots of Oriental Ceramics, Ivories, Carving, Chinese Silver, Oriental Furniture; Decorative Ceramics, English Pottery, English Porcelain, Derby and Related Factories, Glass, Continental Ceramics, Plated Ware, Silver, Watches, Jewellery, Watercolours, Oils, Prints and Maps, Books, Coins, Collector’s Items, Medals, Weapons, Tribal Art, Taxidermy, Boxes & Objects, Metal Work, Textiles, Walking Sticks, Bijouterie, Miniatures, Wine, Blue John, Bronzes, Musical Instruments, Scientific Instruments, Cameras, Barometers, Clocks, Garden Appointments and Furniture On View Sunday 6th October Monday 7th October Tuesday 8th October Morning of Sales

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

View our sale: www.bamfords-auctions.co.uk (over 1,900 images on our site) and www.the-saleroom.com/bamfords Front cover illustration: 2520 Back cover illustration: 593 Catalogues £10 (£12 by post)

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Order of Sale

Day Four – Friday 11th October 2013 at 10.30 a.m. Boxes and Objects 1910 – 2184 Metalwork 2185 – 2192 Textiles 2195 – 2211 Natural History 2218 – 2236 Walking Sticks 2240 – 2254 Bijoterie 2258 – 2279 Snuff Boxes 2280 – 2294 Miniatures 2300 – 2309 Wines 2315 – 2322 Light Fittings 2332 – 2339 Blue John 2345 – 2354 Bronzes 2360 – 2400 Musical Instruments 2409 – 2400 Scientific Instruments 2431 – 2435 Photographs and Cameras 2440 – 2450

Day One – Tuesday 8th October 2013 at 11.00 a.m. Oriental Ceramics 1 – 114 Ivory 120 – 210 Oriental Box and Objects 211 – 301 Oriental Silver and Pictures 302 – 309 Oriental Bronze 310 – 326 Weapons 328 – 333 Oriental Furniture 334 – 350 Day Two – Wednesday 9th October 2013 at 10.30 a.m. Decorative Ceramics 405 – 442 Clarice Cliff 451 – 453 Doulton 460 – 469 Moorcroft 471 – 479 Della Robia 490 – 494 Decorative Metalworks 497 – 511 English Pottery 514 – 576 English Porcelain 578 – 646 Rockingham 593 Derby and Associated Factories 650 – 761 Pinxton 761 – 792 Worcester 793 – 852 Glass 858 – 883 Continental Porcelain 889 – 932

Day Four - Friday 11th October 2013 at 3.00 p.m. Clocks 2459 – 2519 Vintage Vehicle 2520 Garden Items 2521 – 2537 Furniture 2550 – End of Sales

Information to Buyers

Payments 1. Bamfords charge 20% 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 £3.06 Total Invoice £120.56) 2. Payments made before the 18th October 2013 will be discounted to 17.5% 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 thesaleroom.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 and Debit Cards • 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 Two – Wednesday 9th October 2013 at 2.30 p.m. Plated Ware 950 – 964 Silver 965 – 1166 Watches 1166 – 1188 Jewellery 1189 – 1280 Day Three – Thursday 10th October 2013 at 10.30 a.m. Watercolours 1300 – 1468 Oils 1478 – 1607 Prints 1622 – 1640 Maps 1650 – 1657 Books 1658 – 1685 Day Three - Thursday 10th October 2013 at 1.30 p.m. Collectors 1690 – 1695 Coins and Banknotes 1696 – 1756 Cigarette Cards and Postcards 1760 – 1767 Railwayana and other 1768 – 1772 Medals 1773 – 1795 Medallions 1796 – 1802 Stamps 1803 – 1823 Sport 1825 – 1831 Militaria and Weapons 1832 – 1859 Tribal 1860 – 1895 Taxidermy 1896 – 1903

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.

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Day One

Tuesday 8th October at 11.00am

Oriental Ceramics, Works of Art and Furniture

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Oriental Ceramics 1 A 17th century Chinese shaped circular blue and white ‘Mohhaedan’ charger, the field painted in underglaze blue with central lotus flower and radiating petal reserves each with floral sprig, 38.5cm diam, open lozenge within a double concentric circle mark, Arabic inscription in gilt, c.1662 Ref: Sir Harry Garner, Oriental Blue and White, p.29

Here it discusses Mohhaedan Ware in the reign of Cheng Te, many muslims served at Court and pieces were made for them, hence the inscriptions £400 - £600

2 A 17th century Chinese Imari ovoid vase and cover, decorated in stylised peonies and foliage, the banded shoulders with oval cartouches with fanciful beasts, domed cover, rampant Dog of Fo finial, 30cm high, c.1690 £200 - £300 3 A 19th century Chinese baluster vase and cover, painted in underglaze blue with dragons chasing the flaming pearl amongst clouds, domed cover, Dog of Fo finial, 37cm high, four character Kangxi mark but later £60 - £100

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4 A 19th century Chinese Famille Verte inverted baluster vase and cover, painted with oriental ladies and their children, in tones of green, orange and black, domed cover, knopped finial, 47cm high, unmarked £600 - £1,000 5 A 20th century celadon shaped circular dish, incised with lotus, 36cm diam, 20th century £200 - £300

6 A Chinese carving of an elder holding precious objects, inlaid in white metal, 31.5cm high, late 19th century £60 - £100

7 A Chinese Famille Verte ovoid vase, painted with elders and attendants in landscape, the shoulders and long flared neck applied with dragons, everted neck, 43cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

8 A Chinese Armorial tea bowl and saucer, painted in blue and gilt with the crest of Haworth of Haworth, banded blue and gilt stars, Qianlong; a similar teabowl, Green of Leicestershire impaling Drayton of Northamptonshire, Qianlong (2) £60 - £100 9 A Chinese Armorial tea bowl and saucer, painted in polychrome with the crest of Tempest Family of Yorkshire, undulating pink dotted line and roses border, Qianlong; another, the arms for Smythe of Surrey, gilt tendril borders, Qianlong (2) £30 - £50

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Anthony Knibbs Ceramic Egg Displays10A Chinese Armorial circular plate, painted in polychrome with crest, the border flower sprays, 18cm wide, Qianlong; a similar bowl, with flower sprays, 14cm diam; a similar plate, 20cm diam (3) £70 - £100

15 A Chinese baluster vase, decorated in cobalt blue, green, yellow and iron red with precious objects, foliage and blossoming branches, the neck with alternating stiff leaves in iron-red and green, 27cm high, Qianlong £100 - £150

11 A Chinese Armorial helmet shaped cream jug, painted in polychrome with arms of Hugh Hume, fluted base, pedestal domed foot, branch handle, 14.5cm high, Qianlong Hugh Hume, 3rd (and so far last) Earl of Marchmont (17081794). Lord Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland, who succeeded to the Earldom in 1740 £100 - £150 12 A Chinese Armorial octagonal plate, painted in polychrome with crest, the border with floral swags, 22cm wide, Qianlong £100 - £150

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13 A Chinese Armorial teacup, painted in polychrome with full achievement of Ross of Balnagowan, Lords Ross, gilt strapwork border, Qianlong; a similar sugar bowl, 11.5cm diam, c.1750; a similar Armorial two-handled cup, crested, leafy swag border, Qianlong, c.1770

16 A Chinese quatrefoil pedestal dish, decorated in underglaze blue with two figures and a dog in a log boat within a shaped oval cartouche, the rim with buffalo and attendant, fisherman, huts, foliage and mountainous landscape, the pedestal with waved band, 28cm wide, 19th century £100 - £150

The Ross arms include supporters but no coronet, suggesting they are intended for those of William Master of Balnagowan from 1738 to 1758 the heir of George 13th Lord Ross. £60 - £100

17 A Chinese blue and white ginger jar and cover, decorated with figures in a landscape, 31cm high, 18th century £200 - £300

14 A Chinese baluster vase and cover, painted in underglaze blue with dragons chasing the flaming pearl, domed cover, Dog of Fo finial, 23cm high, Kangxi marks but later £60 - £100

18 A Chinese blue and white ginger jar and cover, decorated with stylised river scene, 19cm high £60 - £100

19 A Chinese blue and white moon flask, decorated in underglaze blue with lotus and scrolling foliage, dragons to shoulders, 26cm high, c.1880 £100 - £200

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20 A Chinese blue and white bowl, the interior and exterior with dragon and clouds, 15.5cm diam, six character and double concentric circle Yongzheng mark £300 - £500

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21 A Chinese bottle vase, decorated in the Famille Rose palette with lotus flowers within leafy shaped reserves, the ground incised with scrolling ferns, the neck spirally decorated with alternating bands, 26cm high, Republican period £600 - £800

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26 A Chinese circular box and cover, decorated in the wucai palette, with phoenix, dragon chasing the flaming pearl and stylised flowers and foliage, the sides conforming 16.5cm diam, six character mark, Wanli marks but later £100 - £200

27 A Chinese circular charger, painted in underglaze blue with song bird perched on a branch, brown incised rim, 39cm diam, early 20th century £60 - £100 28 A Chinese circular dish, painted in underglaze blue with dragons chasing the flaming pearl, 15.5cm diam, Kangxi; a Chinese shaped circular plate, in underglaze blue with pagoda and trees, panelled sides, cell banded rim, 16cm diam, c.1770; a Chinese tea caddy, 13cm high, c.1780; etc (7) £100 - £150

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22 A Chinese bottle vase, decorated overall with colourful flowerheads, the neck applied with scrolling dragon, 23cm high, four character mark £600 - £800

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24 A Chinese bowl, decorated with fence, bamboo and foliage, 15cm diam, late 18th century £70 - £100

29 A Chinese circular dish, the field with circular cartouche with dragons and clouds, fret border, the verso with dragons and clouds, 24cm diam, six character mark, Qianlong £400 - £600

25 A Chinese celadon bowl, incised with flowers, 15cm diam £50 - £70

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30 A Chinese circular dished palate, painted in underglaze blue with pagoda, pine tree and figure, the rim with stylised flowers, 28cm diam, c.1770; another, with mountains and willow, 23cm diam, c.1770 (2) £50 - £70

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31 A Chinese crackle glazed vase, in grey, 21.5cm high, 20th century £60 - £100

32 A Chinese Famille Verte large storage jar and cover, decorated with birds, perched on branches and in flight within fan and roundel reserves, the ground with stylised flowers, insects and foliage, slightly domed cover, button finial, 33cm high £250 - £350 33 A Chinese ginger jar and cover, painted in underglaze blue with two large cartouches containing mountainous landscapes, divided by small cartouches with tripod vases, pierced hardwood cover and bases, six character Chenghua marks but late 18th/early 19th century £200 - £300

35 A Chinese Kraak circular dish, painted in underglaze blue the field with jardinière with chrysanthemums and foliage, the border with flowers, fruit and good luck symbols, 31.5cm diam, Wanli 1573 - 1619 £800 - £1,200

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36 A Chinese Kraak plate, painted in underglaze blue, the field with bird, stylised laves and foliage, the border with alternating panels of stylised flowers, precious objects and motifs, the underside with scrolling foliage, 21cm diam, double ring mark, Kangxi 1662 - 1722 £100 - £150

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37 A Chinese monochrome figure, of Liu Hai, standing on the back of the three-legged toad, glazed in streaked tones of mottled purple, 36.5cm high £200 - £300

38 A Chinese Northern Sung style egg shell blue bowl, ochre rim, 17cm diam, 19th century £60 - £100

39 A Chinese ogee shaped teapot and cover, printed with cartouche and initials, surrounded by roses and foliage, floral swag border, domed cover, ball finial, 15.5cm high, c.1770; a Famille Verte ovoid teapot and cover, painted with stylised flowers and foliage, 18cm high, c.1770; etc (5) £60 - £100 40 A Chinese ovoid blue and white vase, painted in underglaze blue with Geishas, palm trees and fence, 23cm high, Kangxi marks but 19th century; etc (3) £60 - £100

41 A Chinese ovoid vase, painted in the Famille Verte palette with ladies of the court, in a garden with blossoming prunus, to verso with rows of characters, pierced handles to neck, 42.5cm high, 19th century £150 - £200

42 A Chinese pale glazed terracotta figure, of a female attendant, she stands, with hands clasped before her, 20.5cm high, Han Dynasty

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49 A Chinese powdered red bowl and cover, 14cm diam, Kangxi marks £60 - £100

50 A Chinese rectangular pillow, transfer printed in underglaze blue with playful temple lions, 13.5cm high, Republican period £40 - £60

51 A Chinese rectangular trinket box, the cover with lozenge cartouche with golden pheasant and peony, on a powdered blue ground, the base with stiff leaves in gilt, 14.5cm wide £60 - £100

52 A Chinese rounded rectangular plate, painted in the Famille Rose palette with a ribbon-tied spray within further scattered flowers, ribbon border, 30cm wide, Qianlong reign £70 - £100

53 A Chinese Sang de Boeuf baluster vase, gilt metal mounts, now converted to electricity, 37cm high £200 - £300

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43 A Chinese porcelain baluster vase and cover, painted in underglaze blue with figures and pagodas in a monumental landscape, domed cover with bun shaped finials, 27cm high, Kangxi double circle to base £300 - £500 44 A Chinese porcelain blue and white shaped circular dish, painted with a peacock amongst flowers and feathers above a table, European silver mounted as a swing handled basket, the handle chased with flowers and leafy scrolls, marked with a flower within a double circle, Kangxi reign, c.1662-1722 £100 - £150

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54 A 14th century Yuan dynasty blue and white dragon bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with three-toed dragon, 11cm diam £200 - £300

45 A Chinese porcelain bowl, painted with European figures taking tea, the interior and verso with baskets of flowers, 20.5cm diam £60 - £100

55 A Chinese shaped circular plate, painted in underglaze blue with stylised tree and fence, the rim with panels, each with floral sprays, 20cm diam, Kangxi; a late Ming flared cylindrical rice bowl, 13.75cm diam, c.1620 (2) £60 - £100

46 A Chinese porcelain cylindrical jar and cover, painted in polychrome with European figures picnicking beside a lake, within gilt scroll cartouches, the cover withy reserves of flowers and birds,picked out in gilt, pierced handles, 32cm high, Qianlong seal mark but later £60 - £100

56 A Chinese slender ovoid vase, decorated in underglaze blue with fret and scrolling foliage, Dog of Foe handles, 58cm high, late 19th century £60 - £100

47 A Chinese porcelain rectangular panel, painted with warriors on horseback, in colours, 56cm x 33cm £100 - £150

57 A Chinese stoneware model of Jin Chan the Three Legged Toad, with Liu Hai on his back, in tones of green, yellow and orange, the base with waves, weed and fish, 16cm high, late 19th century £60 - £100

48 A Chinese pottery model of a house, with a ridged sloping roof and a door flanked by square windows, the surface with a degraded green glaze, 38.5cm high, Han dynasty £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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58 A Chinese turquoise Dog of Fo, his paw on a ball, on pedestal, 40cm high, 20th century £60 - £100 59 A Chinese wucai sleeve vase, painted with fierce dragons in mutual pursuit of a flaming pearl, amongst incised clouds, in tones of green, blue, iron red, puce and yellow, outlined in black, flared rim, 18.5cm high, six character Qianlong mark £60 - £100 60 A set of eight Chinese tiles, painted with figures and characters, in colours, framed as two, each tile 11.5cm square £60 - £100

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61 A set of five Chinese shaped octagonal plates, decorated in the Imari palette, with stylised flowers and foliage, the rim with alternating panels of dragons, roundels and landscape, 21.5cm wide, six character Jiajing marks but later £120 - £180

65 An 18th century Chinese blue and white ‘klapmut’ bowl, the exterior painted with continuous scene of figures playing games and in conversation, pine trees and rockwork, the interior with a central bonsai plant, the everted rim painted with fretwork and four reserves, 21cm diam, sixcharacter marks, Kangxi 1662 - 1722 £600 - £800 66 An 18th century quatrefoil shaped tea canister, decorated in underglaze blue with scrolling lotus flower and foliage, wooden cover, 13.5cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100 67 Desaru Shipwreck - a blue and white Jingdezhen rice pot and cover, decorated overall with scrolling flowerhead and foals, domed cover, Dog of Fo finial, 25cm high, c.1830; Tek Sing - a lotus bowl, 15.5cm diam, c.1822 (2) £60 - £100 68 A pair of Chinese ovoid jars and covers, decorated in coloured enamels with family riding a dragon in a parade, flat covers, spire finials, hardwood stands, 32cm high £500 - £700

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62 A Chinese Doucai tea bowl, painted with bamboo, outlined in blue, coloured in green, 6cm diam, six character Yongzheng mark £300 - £400

69 A pair of Chinese miniature ovoid vases and covers, decorated in underglaze blue with jumping children, hardwood stands, 11.5cm high, Kangxi marks but later £60 - £100

63 An 18th century Chinese blue and white tea bowl and saucer, painted with stylised figures on a tree branch, c.1790; a Chinese rice bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with scrolling flowers and foliage, 11cm diam, six character Zhengde mark but later (2) £150 - £200

70 A pair of Chinese Famille Rose flared octagonal jardinières and stands, decorated with birds, blossoming branches and foliage, 26cm wide, late 18th century £1,800 - £2,200

64 An 18th century Chinese armorial porcelain canted rectangular plate, the field painted with arms and motto, 26cm wide, Qianlong reign, c.1770 £150 - £200

71 A pair of Chinese cylindrical vases, in relief with mountains, tree, pagodas and rockwork, picked out in cobalt blue and white on a light blue ground, 45.5cm high, late 18th/early 19th century £60 - £100 72 A pair of Chinese cobalt blue circular dishes, the fields with fish and fronds, 22cm diam, six character Xuande marks in a double concentric circle £300 - £500

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70 73 A pair of 19th century Chinese cylindrical vases, decorated in underglaze blue with pagodas, large house, trees and foliage, 30.5cm high, Kangxi marks but later £60 - £100

76 A 13th century Song Dynasty yingqing ware bowl, of lobed petal form, 13.5cm diam £150 - £200

77 Nanking Cargo - a set of six Chinese bowls, decorated in underglaze blue with double roofed pagoda on a rocky riverbank, trellis border, 11.5cm diam, c.1750 £150 - £200

74 A late 19th century Chinese ginger jar and cover, decorated in underglaze blue with figures, foliage and rockwork, banded brown borders, incised, 34cm high £120 - £180

78 A mid-18th century Chinese globular ginger jar, painted with oriental figures, in landscape, in colours, 20cm high, Qianlong reign £60 - £100

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82 A Japanese Satsuma mille-fleur circular trinket bowl and cover, decorated with a ‘thousand flowers’, gilt borders, 7.5cm diam, seal mark, Meiji period £100 - £150

75 A large Chinese Famille Verte reticulated baluster vase, decorated with an elder seated at a table, pine trees, rockwork, foliage and clouds, in blue, green and yellow, 27.5cm high £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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85 A Japanese Satsuma pot pourri vase, decorated with blossoming branches and chrysanthemums, pierced domed cover, Dog of Fo finial, three tall ‘fret’ feet, mask and ring handles, 26cm high, mons and character mark, Meiji period £150 - £250

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83 A Japanese Satsuma mille-fleur scalloped shape bowl, decorated with a ‘thousand flowers’, gilt borders, 12.5cm diam, seal mark. Meiji period, hardwood stand £200 - £300 84 A Japanese Satsuma pot pourri vase and cover, decorated with quails, flowers and foliage, chevron border, triform stand, 12cm diam, seal mark, Meiji period £50 - £80

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86 A Japanese Satsuma shouldered vase, decorated with a continuous exterior scene, the horizontal shoulders with floral roundels and stylised leaves, 17.5cm high, Meiji period 87 A large 18th century Chinese jar and cover, painted in underglaze blue with lotus panels, alternating with foliage and figures, domed cover, ball finial, 56cm high, Kangxi £4,000 - £6,000 88 A large Japanese Imari charger, decorated with dancing children, and fence, the ground with phoenix and floral scrolls, 47cm diam, Meiji period £100 - £150

89 A large Japanese kutani floor vase, painted with figures in a garden setting, the long flared neck with warrior, 75cm high, late 19th century £100 - £200

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90 A pair of Japanese Kutani two-handled ovoid vases, painted with oriental figures, in fan shaped reserves, in the typical palette, mask scroll handles, 16.5cm high, six character mark £60 - £100

94 A pair of large Cantonese Famille Verte ovoid vases, decorated with panels, each with fanciful birds, figures and foliage, the ground with insects, scrolls and butterflies, the necks and shoulders applied with gilt dragons, everted rims, 62cm high, c.1880 £2,000 - £3,000

91 A pair of Japanese Satsuma flared cylindrical decorated overall with warriors, gilt banded geometrical borders, 24cm high, seal mark, Meiji period £100 - £150

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95 A pair of late 19th century Chinese shaped circular dishes, decorated with dragons in green, on yellow grounds, 13cm diam, Kangxi marks £600 - £800

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92 A pair of Japanese Satsuma miniature baluster vases, well painted with golden pheasant, quail, wisteria and other flowers and foliage, in colours, picked out in gilt, 9.5cm high, signed, Meiji period £150 - £200

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96 A pair of miniature Japanese Satsuma bottle vases, decorated overall in gilt with butterflies, gilt loop handles, 9cm high, Meiji period; another, double gourd, 9cm high, Meiji period (3) £400 - £600

97 A Japanese tobacco pouch, embroidered dragon chasing the flaming pearl, embossed white metal clasp, the brass chain mounted with ivory toggle inset with dragon boss, early 20th century £100 - £150

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98 A Japanese Imari ovoid vase, decorated with stylised flowers and foliage, 25cm high, Meiji period £50 - £80

93 A pair of Japanese Satsuma moon flasks, one painted with a monkey on a man’s shoulder, surrounded by excited children, the other with a puppet master, a rat peering out from his box, to verso with cranes in a landscape, 18cm high, Meiji period £100 - £150

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99 A Japanese lobed baluster vase, with flared neck, undulating rim, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised peonies, bamboo and birds, 44cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100

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100 A Japanese Satsuma baluster vase, decorated with figures, stylised flowers and foliage, within panelled borders, in colours and gilt, 24cm high, Meiji period £50 - £80

105 A Japanese porcelain slender ovoid floor vase, painted with geisha, 71cm high, Meiji period £100 - £150

101 A Japanese Imari lobed ovoid vase and cover, decorated wit fanciful birds perched in branches, within a shaped cartouche, the ground with alternating vertical bands, domed covers, bud finial, 41cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100

102 A Japanese circular dish, the field painted with circular cartouche with stylised flowerheads and foliage, the ground in iron-red with large flowerheads and foliage, in orange, blue and red, 24.5cm diam, Meiji period £60 - £100

103 A Japanese Kutani double vase, applied with Ashinaga-jin and Tenaga-jin, the ground in the typical palette, with figures, peacock and song bird perched in branches, 33.5cm high, late 19th century; another, similar, the two cases roped together and being held by a jolly attendant, 26cm high, late 19th century £150 - £250

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106 A Japanese globular Satsuma vase, decorated overall with geishas in a floral garden, cobalt blue decorated in gilt with flowerheads and foliage, 19cm high, signed, Meiji period £300 - £500

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104 A Japanese ovoid Satsuma vase and cover, painted with three gilt cartouches containing mandarin ducks, fish and basket of flowers, the brown ground with gilt floral mons and scrolls, bamboo frame and feet, domed cover, 17cm high, character mark, Meiji period £100 - £150 For more images please visit

107 A Japanese Satsuma cylindrical pot and cover, decorated with two fanciful birds perched on branches, the sides with peonies and other foliage, gilt chevron border, 14cm diam, seal mark. Meiji period £200 - £300

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108 A Japanese Satsuma basket, decorated with geishas, the verso with landscape, in colours, gilt borders and spur feet, 15cm high, seal mark,. Meiji period £400 - £600

109 A Japanese Satsuma circular charger, painted with peacock and hen, song birds, chrysanthemums and other foliage, 30cm diam, signed, Meiji period £100 - £150

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111 A Japanese Satsuma cylindrical vase, rectangular cartouches with warriors, the verso flowers and foliage, three bracket feet, 11.5cm high, seal mark, Meiji period

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110 A Japanese Satsuma ewer, decorated with ladies, the verso with peonies, within gilt cartouches, the ground overall with leaves and flowers, in gilt, gilt scroll handles, 16cm high, signed, Meiji period £400 - £600 For more images please visit

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121 A 19th century Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, carved in relief with figures, pagodas and blossoming prunus, push on cover, 11.5cm long, 7.5cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £500

113 A Chinese ovoid vase, now converted to a table lamp, tube lined with peonies, foliage and rockwork, in turquoise, white and green on an aubergine ground, 43cm high £70 - £100

122 A 19th century Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, carved in relief with figures, pagodas and blossoming prunus, push on cover, 9.5cm long, 5.5cm wide, c.1860 £200 - £300

114 A Chinese crackle glazed panelled bottle shaped table lamp, in grey, black base, 54cm high £60 - £100

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123 A 19th century gold coloured metal fob seal, the oval carnelian matrix intaglio carved with Classical figures, scroll mount, 2cm deep; others, various (7) £150 - £250 124 A 19th century ivory tusk section, mounted as an open box, brass ball feet, 11cm wide £80 - £120

125 A Cantonese ivory cylindrical bodkin case, carved in relief with figures of the court within a shaped reserve, on a ground of blossoming prunus and pagodas, screw-fitting cover, 14cm long, c.1860 £80 - £120

126 A Cantonese ivory cylindrical bodkin case, carved overall with a dragon and birds amongst scrolling clouds, centred by a vacant oval cartouche, screw-fitting cover, 10cm long, c.1860 £60 - £100

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127 A Cantonese ivory desk seal, carved in relief with a dragon and birds amongst scrolling clouds, the top with a chrysanthemum, the terminal with wrapped lotus, in three screw-fitting sections, 8cm long, c.1860 £80 - £120

119 A pair of Japanese ivory okimonos, Two Wise Monkeys, See No Evil, Speak No Evil, well carved, 5.5cm high, Meiji period , £200 - £300

128 A Cantonese ivory rectangular aide memoir, carved with figures, pagodas and blossoming prunus within a shaped oval reserve, 8.5cm long, £120 - £180

129 A Chinese ivory bangle, carved with roses and foliage, 9cm diam; a similar necklace, carved with graduating floral roundels, 90cm long (2) £60 - £100 130 A Chinese ivory brush washer, well carved overall with ho ho birds and blossoming prunus, 9cm wide, Qing Dynasty £400 - £600 131 A Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, carved as an official, he stands, dressed in long robes, 13cm high, early 20th century £60 - £80 132 A Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, carved as Guan Yin, she stands, dressed in a long robe, holding a lotus flower, lotus socle, oval base, 32.5cm high, 19th century £200 - £300

133 A Chinese ivory tusk section lamp, carved overall with lions attacking an elephant, birds and flowerheads, 43.5cm high, early 20th century £70 - £100

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120 A 17th century Chinese stained ivory figure, of a musician, playing the cymbals, 10cm high, late Ming £300 - £500 For more images please visit

134 A Chinese rose quartz figure, Guan Yin, holding a child, 21cm high £60 - £100 18

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135 A fine Chinese ivory carving, Guanyin, standing on a dragon, holding her ruyi sceptre, 23cm high, late 18th/early 19th century £1,500 - £2,000

136 A good 17th century Chinese stained ivory figure, Guanyin kneeling, holding a scroll, 13cm high, hardwood stand, 16cm overall, late Ming Ref: Chinese Ivories From Th Shang to Qing, ill. 19, p.55 £600 - £1,000

137 A good 17th century Chinese stained ivory figure, Guanyin kneeling, holding a vase, 15cm high, late Ming Ref: Chinese Ivories From Th Shang to Qing, ill. 19, p.55 £600 - £1,000 For more images please visit

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142 A Japanese ivory and boxwood netsuke sized okimono, carved as a geisha, kneeling, dressed in a kimono, 6cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100 143 A Japanese ivory and shibayama page turner, applied in mother of pearl and coloured raven with water fowl and plants, 33.5cm long, Meiji period £250 - £350

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138 A pair of 17th century Chinese ivory figures, Immortals, Lan Tsai-ho, standing with flowers in her basket and Han Hsiang Tzu, with flute, later stands, 15cm high, late Ming £600 - £1,000

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144 A Japanese ivory cockerel, looking to the right, finely carved plumage and scales, 13cm high, signed, Tokyo School, Meiji period £200 - £300

140 A Japanese bone Zushi shrine, the pagoda top carved in relief with lotus finial, above seated Buddha, on a stepped base 30cm high, Meiji period £80 - £120

145 A Japanese ivory model, of a pagoda shrine, pointed lotus finial, the rectangular doors enclosing a deity, stepped base, 21cm high, Meiji period (faults) £60 - £100

146 A Japanese ivory netsuke sized okimono, carved with rats on a large corn cob, 3.5cm long, early 20th century £70 - £100

147 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as a coiled snake, 3cm wide, signed, Meiji period £60 - £100

148 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as a crane, nesting, 3.5cm wide, early 20th century; another, carved as a wild boar, seated, snarling, 4.5cm long, signed; another, as a rabbit, 4cm long (3) £100 - £150

149 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as a dog, seated, gazing backward, 3.5cm long, signed, early 20th century; another, as a rat peering from a bundle of rope, crested by a terrapin, 4.5cm long (2) £80 - £120

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141 A Japanese figural ivory chess set, carved as two opposing armies, the royalty of each side of differing pattern, all on plinths, the kings 11cm, the pawns 5cm, folding board, early 20th century £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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150 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as a monkey and infant, 3cm high, signed, early 20th century; another, as a dog and pup, seated, 3cm wide; another, as a kylin, 4cm long (3) £100 - £150

156 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a bald headed man and his young son, 6.5cm high, signed, Meiji period; others (3) £100 - £150

157 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a bald headed man, he stands, holding a gourd, oval base, 21cm high, signed, Meiji period £100 - £150

151 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as a rat and young, 3.5cm high, early 20th century; another, as a rat on the back of a horse, 4cm long (2) £80 - £120

158 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a bearded elder, a young boy on his shoulder, hardwood base, 26cm high, Meiji period £400 - £600

152 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as a toad on the back of a turtle, 4.5cm long, signed, early 20th century; another, as a temple lion protecting a globe, 2.5cm high; another, as an owl, 4.5cm high, signed (3) £100 - £150

159 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a bearded elder, he stands, holding a censer and a sword, oval base, 12.5cm high, Meiji period £100 - £150

160 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a beggar, the bearded man resting on his knees, with hand held out, a hopeful expression on his bearded face, 13cm high, Meiji period £500 - £800

161 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a father and son at play, the boy enjoying a piggy back, 16.5cm high, signed on a red lozenge, Meiji period £1,000 - £1,500

162 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a father and son, the boy holding a ripe fruit, 17.5cm high, signed, Meiji period £100 - £150

163 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a fisherman, he stands, hauling in his net, shaped oval base, 20.5cm high, signed, Meiji period £150 - £200

164 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a fisherman, he stands, the day’s catch snared in his net, an octopus in a basket on his shoulder, 22.5cm high, signed in a red lozenge, Meiji period £150 - £250

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153 A Japanese ivory netsuke, of Benkei, as a sumo wrestle, signed Yoshimitsu, 3cm high, Meiji period £200 - £300

165 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a geisha and her young companion, holding a basket and flowers, oval base, 16.5cm high, signed, Meiji period £250 - £350

154 A Japanese ivory okimono model, of a boat, with two men on deck, 16cm long, Meiji period £100 - £150

166 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a geisha, she stands, a young boy at her side, oval base, 23cm high, signed, Meiji period; another, similar, 18cm high (2) £150 - £200

167 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a Geisha, she stands, holding a text, shaped oval base, 12.5cm high, signed, Meiji period £60 - £100 168 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a long bearded elder, he stands, leaning on a staff, surrounded by children, 18cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200

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155 A Japanese ivory okimono, as a panther, with scarf, 9cm long signed £200 - £300

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169 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a monk, he stands, supporting a deity above his head, 20cm high, signed, Meiji period; another (2) £150 - £200 22

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170 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a playful young boy and his guardian, the pet dog at their side, shaped oval base, 10.5cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200

171 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a Samurai, in full armour and battle stance, shaped oval base, 11cm high, signed, Meiji period £1,500 - £2,000

172 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a traveller, he stands, a basket on his back, 10.5cm high, Meiji period (faults); others, etc (qty) £60 - £100

173 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a young Samurai, he stands, with katana, holding a fan, his wakizashi in his belt, oval base, 23.5cm high, signed on a red lozenge, Meiji period £1,200 - £1,800

174 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as young boy, climbing on his father’s shoulder, his pet playing with a long ribbon, 19.5cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200 175 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved by Gyokusai, as a woodsman, he stands, leaning on his axe, a tied bundle on his back, shielding his eyes from the sun, 17cm high, Edo/Meiji period £1,000 - £1,500

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177 A Japanese ivory okimono, Fruit Seller, standing, holding a child on his shoulders and basket of fruit, another child holding his crutch to his side, oval base, 25cm high, seal mark, signed, FD Tomomine, Tokyo School, Meiji period £150 - £200

178 A Japanese ivory okimono, of an elder holding a banner, shaped circular base, 10cm high, signed on a red lozenge, Meiji period; another, of a sword maker, seated, holding a katana blade before him, shaped oval base, 6cm wide, Meiji period (2) £80 - £120

179 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono group, of two gentlemen taking refreshment, one seated holding a bowl, his companion standing, signed on a red lozenge, 13.5cm high, Meiji period £150 - £250

180 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono, carved as a boat, a demon on the deck, 14cm long, Meiji period £80 - £120

181 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono, carved as an elderly man carrying lanterns, a basket at his feet, shaped oval base, 17cm high, Meiji period £100 - £150

182 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono, carved as wrestlers engaged in combat, oval base, 6cm high, signed, Edo/Meiji period £100 - £150

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176 A Japanese ivory okimono, Fisherman, holding an oar and loaf of bread, a fish and cabinet at his feet, 15cm high, Meiji period Ref: Sale Dec 60, c.1850 to feet

183 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono, of a labourer and two young boys, shaped circular base, 15.5cm high, Meiji period (faults) £60 - £100

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184 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono, standing, holding the tools of his trade, 13.5cm high, Meiji period; another, similar; another, seated holding a baby, 8.5cm high, Meiji period (3) £200 - £300

190 A Japanese ivory erotic netsuke, as a coital couple, 5.5cm long, signed, early 20th century; another; a Cantonese enamel shaped rectangular spoon tray, decorated in the Famille Rose palette with scholar and pupils, within reserves on a yellow ground, 22.5cm long (3) £70 - £100

185 A Japanese ivory tusk section okimono, carved as a column of seven graduated elephants, balancing on a ball, oval base, 31cm high, Meiji period £100 - £150

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191 A Japanese ivory group, two noh dancers, one dancing holding a fan, the other seated playing a gourd drum, a basket and pillow at their sides, incised with motifs, naturalistic oval base, 7.5cm high, red seal, Meiji period £150 - £200 192 A pair of Japanese ivory flattened ovoid cabinet vases, carved in relief with scholars amongst buildings and flowering prunus, scroll handles, temple lion masks to bases, 11cm high, Meiji period £100 - £150

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186 A Japanese ivory tusk section tobacco container and cover, carved overall with women and children playing in a rustic setting ,the cover with two boys, one playing the drums, 19cm high, hardwood stand, Meiji period £200 - £300

193 A pair of Japanese ivory netsuke sized okimono, each carved as the rotund Hotei, seated, hardwood stands, 70cm high overall, early 20th century £70 - £100 194 An early 20th century carved ivory tusk section trinket box and cover, carved in relief with mice devouring a stick of corn, inlaid bead eyes, 70cm diam, seal mark £150 - £200

187 A Japanese ivory tusk section, carved with procession of seven graduated elephants,36cm long, hardwood stand, early 20th century £60 - £100

188 A large and fine Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a cormorant fisherman, he stands, his bird in a basket, shading himself from the sun, oval base, 25cm high, signed, Meiji period £2,000 - £3,000

195 An early 20th century carved ivory boar’s head handle, naturalistically carved, 12cm long £60 - £100 196 A pair of Indian ivory candlesticks, each carved as a cobra, urnular sconces, 15.5cm high, early 20th century £80 - £120

189 A large Japanese ivory and shibayama okimono, carved as a geisha, she stands, feeding a pair of cranes from a basket of ripe fruit, oval base, 35cm high, red seal mark, early 20th century £1,500 - £2,000 For more images please visit

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Oriental Boxes and Objects

197 A pair of Indian ivory figures, of female attendants, each stands, holding a peony, 13cm high, early 20th century; a letter knife, as a spear; etc (5) £80 - £120

208 A Chinese rootwood figure, Guanyin, holding lotus blossom, 35cm high, later base, 19th century £100 - £150

198 An Indian ivory carving, of a cow and calf, grassy base, 9.5cm long, early 20th century £60 - £100

209 A Chinese bamboo carving, of Shou Lao, standing holding a peach, a gourd hanging to his side, 25cm high, 19th century £100 - £150

199 An Indian ivory carving, of Mahatma Gandhi, bespectacled, he stands, with documents in his hand, 12.5cm high, early 20th century, turned wooden base £60 - £100

210 A Chinese bamboo carving, of a sampan, 21.5cm long; an Asian red lacquer carving, of a temple dragon, 14.5cm high, probably 19th century (2) £100 - £150

200 An Indian ivory model, of a carriage drawn by a pair of oxen, rectangular base, 16cm long, late 19th century (faults); etc £50 - £70

211 A Chinese agate carving, of young girl, she stands, holding flowers, dressed in a flowing robe, 9.5cm high £60 - £100

201 An Indian ivory tusk section, carved with a procession of ten graduated elephants, draught turned barrel shaped supports, 52cm long, early 20th century£150 - £200

212 A Cantonese enamel hand mirror, decorated with figures addressed by immortals, at the water’s edge, 35cm long £40 - £60

202 An Indo-Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, carved as an official and his young bride, shaped oval base, 15cm high, 19th century £100 - £150

213 A 19th century Chinese carved bamboo figure group, Shou Lao, standing holding a staff in one hand and a lotus bud in the other, a deer and a child riding phoenix to his side, 42cm high £300 - £400

203 Two Chinese Jade rounded rectangular pendants, pierced and carved, 5.5cm high (2) £150 - £200

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214 A 19th century Chinese bamboo carving, of a boy on a buffalo playing the flute, a smaller boy holding the horns, 26cm high, 18th century £300 - £500 219

219 A Chinese bamboo carving of Shou Lao, seated on rocks, holding his staff and a libation cup, rocky stand, 28cm high, 19th century £200 - £300

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215 A pair of 19th century Chinese hardwood carvings, as young boys on the backs of buffalo, carved and pierced stands, 32cm wide, c.1880 £120 - £180

216 A Chinese hardwood and mother-of-pearl marquetry opium pipe, inlaid with a labourer and ox amongst leafy bamboo, the base 20.5cm high, late 19th/early 20th century £150 - £250

217 A 19th/ early 20th century Chinese silk work rectangular panel, embroidered with a pair of colourful pheasants in tones of red, gold and blue on a black ground, 40cm x 49cm, maple frame £100 - £150

218 A Chinese bamboo brush pot,. carved in low relief with scene of the evening cruise under the red cliff, 11.5cm high; another, with three figures in a rocky landscape, 12.5cm high; a holder, carved and pierced with two figures in a rocky landscape, 17cm high, all 19th century (3) £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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220 A Chinese bamboo carving, Liu Hai, seated on an oversize toad, a staff in his right hand and a string of coins in his left, 27cm high, 19th century £120 - £180 26

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223 A Chinese bamboo group, of two boys riding a buffalo, pierced oval base, 17cm high, late 18th century £150 - £200

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221 A Chinese bamboo carving, Shou Lao, seated on a deer, holding a peach, later ebonised stand, 35cm high, late 18th/early 19th century £150 - £200 224

224 A Chinese bamboo landscape, carved and pierced with gnarled pine tree, rocky out crop, figures and hut, 16cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

225 A Chinese boxwood carving, of a Guanyin, she stands, serene, holding a bottle, traces of lacquer, 24.5cm high, 18th/19th century £60 - £100

226 A Chinese bronze bowed circular jardinière, everted rim, boldly cast lion mask handles, circular foot, 30.5cm diam, Qing Dynasty £300 - £500 227 A Chinese cloisonné enamel compressed ovoid jar and cover, pointed knop finial, decorated in polychrome with grotesque dragon masks and scrolls, on a black and turquoise ground, turquoise counter enamel, 21cm high, early 20th century, hardwood stand £150 - £200

228 A Chinese cloisonné enamel cylindrical brush pot, decorated with butterflies amongst peonies, to verso with a bird, within shaped reserves surrounded by leafy scrolls, on a blue and yellow speckled noir ground, blue counter enamel, 18.5cm high, 19th century £150 - £200

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222 A Chinese bamboo carving, The Demon-Queller, on a buffalo, holding a sword about to strike a demon, 33cm high, 19th century £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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233 A Chinese hardwood carving, of a scholar and tiger, the bald headed elder seated, reading a text, hardwood stand, 20cm high, 19th century £150 - £200

234 A Chinese hardwood carving, of an immortal, 20.5cm high £60 - £100

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229 A Chinese dark patinated bronze ding censer, angular lug handles, cast and chased with trellis, mons, dragons and stylised lotus leaves, pad feet, 12cm diam, Xuande Ming Dynasty seal mark £600 - £800 230 A Chinese hardstone and silver coloured metal hand mirror, the verso and handle carved with beasts and scrolling foliage, 16cm long £100 - £150

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235 A Chinese hardwood carving, Shou Lao, standing holding a staff and peach, pierced rocky base, 16cm high, 18th/19th century £150 - £200

231 A Chinese hardwood carving, of a bearded immortal, he stands, holding a staff and a ripe peach, a smaller figure at his side, 45.5cm high, 19th century £100 - £150

236 A Chinese hardwood figure, Bearded Drunk, seated, a drained bottle in his hand, 17cm high, 19th century £200 - £300

232 A Chinese hardwood carving, of a boy on the back of a buffalo, the beast with red stone eyes, 16cm high £50 - £70

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237 A Chinese hardwood figure, Luohan, leaning against rocks, wearing flowing robes, 14cm high, 19th century

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238 A Chinese jade buckle, carved as a fanciful beast, 9cm long £100 - £150

247 A Chinese silk panel, embroidered in seed and other stitches with butterflies, flowers and leaves, banded border, 53.5cm x 29cm x 29cm £40 - £60

239 A Chinese jade carving, of a curled fish, 5.5cm diam; others; etc (qty) £60 - £100

248 A Chinese silk panel, worked with temple lions, butterflies, flowers and leafy bamboo, 49.5cm x 16cm £60 - £100

240 A Chinese jade tablet, carved with a bearded immortal, 5.5cm long; a Chinese jade roundel, 5.5cm diam; an archer’s ring; a bowl (4) £60 - £100

249 A Chinese soapstone carving, of a bearded immortal, 17cm high, turned hardwood base £60 - £100

241 A Chinese lacquer bowl and cover, decorated in raised gilt with fierce temple lions, 12.5cm diam £60 - £100

250 A Chinese soapstone or jadite rhyton, carved in the archaic manner with a stylised ram and scrolls, 11cm high £60 - £100

242 A Chinese lapis lazuli ding censer, speckled with pyrite, everted rim, 8cm diam £150 - £200

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243 A Chinese large bamboo brush pot, carved with boys falling off a buffalo, integrated rocky base, 24cm high, 15cm wide, 18th/19th century £400 - £600 244 A Chinese reverse painting on glass, of a female attendant and a young boy, 13cm x 10cm, the ebonised frame pierced and carved with figures and blossoming prunus in a pagoda landscape, 19th century £150 - £200

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251 A Chinese soft wood and gesso Standing Buddha, Pose Of Dispelling Fear, lightly coloured, 77cm high, late 18th/19th century £500 - £700

245 A Chinese root carving, of a dragon, 42cm wide, seal mark £100 - £150 246 A Chinese root carving, of a man peering out from the tree, 19cm high, 19th century £100 - £150

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252 A Colonial hardwood and abalone marquetry cross, inlaid with a momento mori and the implements of the passion, spreading base, 30.5cm high £60 - £100 29

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253 A fine 18th century bamboo carving, of a bearded sage, seated on rockwork, holding a branch of fungus as a ruyi sceptre in one hand, a basket of peaches in the other, 12.5cm high Ref: Kunstkammer II, Roger Keverne and Michael Gillingham Catalogue November 1998, front cover illustration £600 - £1,000

254 A fine Japanese boxwood okimono, of a monkey looking alarmed at a wasp on his back, inlaid eyes, finely carved hair, 11cm high, signed Sukekazu Student of Sukenaga, Meiji period £400 - £600 255 A fine Japanese boxwood okimono, The Dragon Slayer, his arm held high to strike the dragon, it’s head rearing up to attack, signed Rokusendo - Carved by the Master, 27cm high, Meiji period £400 - £600

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256 A fine Japanese hardwood okimono, Guanyin, standing on a rock holding a lingshi fungus in her left hand and pointing down to an oni beneath her seated on a large clam, 27.5cm high, Meiji period £300 - £500

258 A Japanese boxwood carving, of an elder, wearing a robe, holding a wicker covered bottle, rocky pierced base, 23cm high, Meiji period £200 - £400

259 A Japanese boxwood carving, Sakyamuni, The Skinny Beggar, seated, holding prayer beads, on a rocky base, 17cm high, Meiji period £200 - £400

257 A Japanese bone sectional walking stick, carved with agitated figures, horn haft, 91cm high, Meiji period £100 - £150

260 A Japanese boxwood carving, The Rat Catcher, crouched, with club ready to strike the rat on his back, 5.5cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200

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261 A Japanese boxwood okimono carving, The Blind Bone Setter, his patient in agony, 5.5cm high, signed Masayoshi, mid-19th century £400 - £600

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263 A Japanese boxwood okimono, carved with a dancing Oni, ivory snake ankle bracelet to raised foot, ivory roundel base, 15cm high, signed Hozan, Meiji period £200 - £300

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262 A Japanese boxwood okimono, Blind Beggar, seated crossed legged with his collection bowl, a dragon coiled around his legs, 14.5cm high, hardwood stand, Meiji period £150 - £200

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264 A Japanese boxwood okimono, Guanyin, standing, in flowing robes, holding a basket of fish, inlaid with motherof-pearl, and lacquer, 25cm high, signed, Meiji period £400 - £600 32

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265 A Japanese boxwood okimono, Komachi, seated, holding her staff, seated on a wooden post, 8cm high, signed Chikuho, Meiji period £200 - £300

266 A Japanese boxwood okimono, of a Rat Catcher, crouched about to strike a rat, 8cm high, Meiji period £200 - £300

267 A Japanese boxwood okimono, of a reclining elder, holding prayer beads, 6cm high, hardwood stand, Meiji period £100 - £150

268 A Japanese boxwood okimono, of two Oni, fighting over a sandal, one seated the other standing, pierced base, 16.5cm high, signed Kogetsu, Meiji period £200 - £300

269 A Japanese boxwood okimono, The Rat Catcher, crouching with rat running up his leg, 5cm high, signed Roko, Meiji period £100 - £150

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270 A Japanese bronze lily bowl, the exterior cast with veins, bud and branch feet, 24cm diam, Meiji period £60 - £100

271 A Japanese cloisonné enamel trousse, the knife with 15.5cm single edged fullered blade, signed, two-piece wooden and ivory grip, bone chopsticks, the scabbard decorated with a vase of flowers in tones of black, white and pale blue, 31cm long overall, Meiji period £60 - £100

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272 A Japanese hardwood three-claw dragon, holding a pearl, rocky base, the underside inscribed ‘To The Diamyo From His Subjects To Wish Him A Fruitful Harvest’, 19cm high, early 19th century £300 - £500

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276 A Japanese Satsuma mounted hardwood table top cabinet on stand, rectangular doors enclosing two rows of three small drawers, above a further long drawer, carved overall with dense foliage and flowers, the mounts painted in the typical palette with vases of flowers and birds amongst branches, 49cm high overall, Meiji period £300 - £400

277 A large Chinese bronze seal, the temple lion finial surmounting a cylindrical column, square base cast with characters, 17cm high, Qing Dynasty £700 - £1,000

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273 A Japanese ivory and lacquer rectangular panel, applied with a warrior and his attendant, travelling toward the mountains, along the water’s edge, the hardwood frame decorated in raised gilt with flowers and scrolling leaves, 23.5cm x 33.5cm, Meiji period £200 - £300

274 A Japanese ivory model, of a pagoda, of two tiers, the upper with a pair of doors enclosing a figure, the open base flanked by a pair of fierce guardians, carved in relief overall with phoenix, lotus and scrolls, 23cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100

275 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as a bald headed gentleman bending a cane, circular base, 11cm high, signed, Meiji period £80 - £120

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278 A large Chinese dark patinated bronze hu shaped vase, slightly flared rim, cast with scrolls and strapwork, elephant mask handles, 46cm high, 19th century £600 - £1,000 279 A large Chinese rootwood carving, of Luohan seated on a deer, chip carved with roundels, stylised rocky base, 57cm high, Qing dynasty £60 - £100

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283 A pair of Chinese bamboo bitong brush pots, one carved with figures in sampans and on a bridge, inscribed with characters, the other with a pagoda and figures on a mountain side, 13cm high, late 19th/early 20th century £80 - £120

284 A pair of Chinese bronze gu shaped beaker vases, cast and applied with grotesque lizards and sea shells, 35cm high, Qing dynasty £500 - £800

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280 A large early 19th century Chinese root carving, Shou Lao, the God of Longevity holding a long carved staff and fungus, 53cm high £100 - £150

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285 A pair of Chinese civil rank badges, depicting a bird above waves gazing upward to the sun, amongst bats, flowers and other symbols, worked with seed and other stitches in gold and silver thread and tones of blue and green, 28cm x 30cm,Qing Dynasty £300 - £500

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281 A mid 17th century Chinese hardwood libation cup, carved with trees, rocks and pavilions, 8.5cm high, late Ming £200 - £300 282 A pair of Cantonese lobed ovoid vases, decorated with birds, butterflies and flowers, on a yellow ground, 35.5cm high, 20th century £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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286 A pair of Chinese hardwood carvings, one as the rotund budai, surrounded by laughing children, the other as a pair of revelling attendants, ivory teeth, 24.5cm and 25cm high, 19th/early 20th century £100 - £150

287 A pair of Chinese shaped rectangular teak frames, carved and pierced, with pagodas, blossom, scrolls and figures, 335cm x 43cm £400 - £500

288 A pair of Chinese shaped rectangular teak frames, carved and pierced, with scrolls and figures, 30cm x 28cm; another, 42cm x 30cm (3) £400 - £500 289 A pair of Chinese silvered seals or weights, surmounted by temple lions, 4.5cm high £40 - £60

290 A pair of Japanese hardwood carved hair ornaments, carved with urns, fret and bat, 10cm wide, 19th century £100 - £150

291 A set of twelve Japanese knives, comprising six table and six desserts, the bi-colour bronze hafts in relief with animals, insects and flora, steel blades, 27.5cm and 21cm long, cutler’s marks to blades, Meiji period £300 - £400

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294 An early 19th century carving, Shou Lao, seated holding a lingshi fungus in one hand, a child in the other, surrounded by five children, three holding the sacred peach, 21cm high, early 19th century £200 - £300

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295 An early 19th century Chinese export lacquer fluted shaped rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of paktong canisters, decorated overall with figures, buildings and landscapes, 13cm high, 24cm wide, c.1820 £100 - £150

292 An 18th century Chinese roundel, carved with nine figures and buffalo gathered in a mountainous landscape, seven immortals flying above, 12cm diam, 18th/early 19th century £150 - £200

293 An Asian polychrome painted cast iron figure, of a Buddha, seated, in lotus position, 34cm high £150 - £200

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296 296 An Indian slope fronted document cabinet, domed pen compartments, two hinged doors, above deep front with two drawers, paw feet, intricately carved overall with Hindu deities and symbols, the pen box with Dufferin Coat of Arms, the verso with cameo of Queen Victorian and inscribed Mysore God Bless The Empress 1886 and God Bless Lord Dufferin, 44.5cm high, 38cm wide, c.1886

diplomacy maintained British interests while preventing France from instituting a client state in Lebanon After his success in Syria, Dufferin served in the Government of the United Kingdom as the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Under-Secretary of State for War . In 1872 he became the third Governor General of Canada, bolstering imperial ties in the early years of the Dominion, and in 1884 he reached the pinnacle of his diplomatic career as eighth Viceroy of India

This document box was presented by the City of Mysore to Lord Dufferin, Viceroy to India on the Occasion of Queen Victoria’s Jubilee in 1866

Following his retirement from the diplomatic service in 1896, his final years were marred by personal tragedy and a misguided attempt to secure his family’s financial position. His eldest son was killed in the Second Boer War and another son badly wounded. He was chairman of a mining firm that went bankrupt after swindling people, although he was ignorant of the matter. His biographer Davenport-Hines says he was “imaginative, sympathetic, warm-hearted, and gloriously versatile.”He was an effective leader in Lebanon, Canada and India, averted war with Russia, and annexed Burma. He was careless of money but charming in high society in three continents. £800 - £1,200

Frederick Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquess of Dufferin and Ava (21 June 1826 - 12 February 1902) was a British public servant and prominent member of Victorian era society In his youth he was a popular figure in the court of Queen Victoria , and became well known to the public after publishing a best-selling account of his travels in the North Atlantic

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297 An Indo-Chinese bronze, of a deity with a temple dog, rectangular base, 20.5cm high, 19th century or earlier; others; etc (9) £150 - £200

304 A Chinese silver rose bowl, embossed with cranes, songbirds and blossoming prunus, on a matted ground centred by a vacant shield shaped cartouche, spreading foot, 18.5cm diam, character mark, c.1900 £300 - £500

298 A Balinese rectangular panel, with Rama giving orders to Hanoman, white monkey god and Laksmana, amongst blossoming foliage, 36cm x 52.5cm, label to verso, Principle Carver of the People Located in Denpasar

305 A Chinese silver novelty three piece cruet, as a rickshaw laden with baskets, 20.5cm long, Hong Kong, early 20th century, boxed £100 - £150

Rama is giving orders to Hanoman that he should go to Ngalengka and bring message to Dewi Eita, Rama’s wife, who was made a prisoner by Ravana, king of evil spirits. Hanoman should inform Dewi of Rama exhibition with a large army of monkeys to rescue her from the hands of Ravana. Laksman is the youngest brother of Rama and his name means man with strength of ten thousand men. £100 - £150

306 A Japanese silver parasol or walking cane handle, applied in relief with a scrolling ferocious dragon, on a textured ground, 24cm long, character marks, Meiji period £60 - £100

307 A Chinese silver teapot and cover, engraved with characters and foliage, fruit and leaf finial, 10.5cm high, character mark, c.1900; a flared cylindrical spill vase, applied with leaves, everted rim, triform base, claw feet, 17cm high; etc £100 - £150

299 A 19th century Japanese silk embroidery, with peahen, wisteria and other foliage, 109cm x 62cm £120 - £180

308 A Chinese silver novelty cruet set, in the form of a man pulling a rickshaw, 20cm long, 20th century £150 - £250

300 A 19th century Japanese silk embroidery, with songbird and foliage, 84cm x 57cm £120 - £180 301 A set of four Japanese prints, Carp, Pheasants in a Tree; Crow on a Branch; Blossom in the Moonlight, block prints, 33cm x 18cm, framed £60 - £100

309 A Chinese silver novelty cruet set, in the form of a man, standing on a trolley, holding a yoke over his shoulder basket, a basket suspended at one end, 8.5cm high, 20th century £80 - £120

Oriental Silver

Oriental Bronze

302 A pair of Chinese silver dished circular salts, chased with flowers and leaves on a textured ground, 7cm diam, character marks £150 - £200

303 A Chinese silver cream boat and sugar basin, acanthus capped flying scroll handles, C-scroll rims, engraved with peonies, shaped pad feet, the sugar basin 16cm over handles, character marks, c.1900 £100 - £150

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310 A Chinese bronze pear shaped wine vessel and cover,You, thinly cast, banded with archaic symbols, spreading foot, swing handle, terminating with masks, Sung Dynasty 13th/15th century

Re: Sydney Moss Documentary Chinese Works of Art in Scholars Taste 1993, where an article refers to thin casting and suggests that thin casting probably arose with the shortage of copper in Sung dynasty £400 - £600 311 A Chinese bronze water dropper, in the form of a bird, feather details, 6.5cm wide, Ming £300 - £500

314 A pair of substantial Chinese bronze candlesticks, each cast as a crane on the back of a tortoise, holding a lotus flower, 69cm high, 19th century £1,500 - £2,000

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315 Chinese School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze, of an attendant bearing a flag, 17cm high, hardwood stand £60 - £100

321 Japanese School (Meiji period), a brown patinated bronze bust, of a smiling young girl, 14cm high £100 - £150

316 Chinese School, a dark patinated bronze, of an official, seated, holding a gourd, 25.5cm high, hardwood base £150 - £250

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317 Asian School (19th century), a pair of dark patinated bronze temple dogs, seated, 27cm high £200 - £300

318 A Japanese bronze vase, cast with bands of geometrical motifs, mask handles, 36cm high, Meiji period £50 - £70

319 A pair of Japanese bronze vases, cast with stag, bamboo and crane, the necks with scrolling dragons, 24cm high, Meiji period £180 - £220

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322 Japanese School (Meiji period), a dark patinated bronze, of a young girl, filling a sack with grain, shaped oval base, 31cm high, seal mark £600 - £800

320 Chinese/Tibetan School, a dark patinated bronze, of the Buddha, seated, 13.5cm high £150 - £200

323 Japanese School (Meiji period), a dark patinated bronze, of a young peasant girl, bare foot, carrying a basket on her back, circular base, 29cm high £400 - £600

324 Japanese School (Meiji period), a pair of brown patinated bronzes, of a man and woman, he stands, holding a sporting gun, a bird call to his lips, she playing a shamisen, rounded rectangular bases decorated in takamakie with scrolls, 20cm and 21.5cm high, signed £3,000 - £5,000

325 Japanese School (Meiji period), a patinated bronze, of a stork, standing, clover leaf marble base, 16cm high £60 - £100 326 A large Chinese dark patinated bronze rounded square censer or table jardinière, cast in relief with a deity and court performers, scroll handles, temple lion feet, 40cm wide, 19th century £600 - £1,000

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Weapons

329 A Japanese iron and gold nunome zogan mokko tsuba, pierced, cast and inlaid with scholar, musician and elder amongst leafy bamboo and prunus, to verso with figures on a hillside, 8.5cm x 8cm, signed to seppa dai, Edo period £150 - £250

328 A Japanese/Chinese naginata or guandao type polearm, 69cm single edged pointed iron blade, bronze ‘tsuba’, hardwood shaft, 217cm long overall, 19th century or earlier £100 - £150

330 A Japanese iron and gold nunome zogan lozenge shaped tsuba, pierced and inlaid with scrolls, 7.5cm x 7cm, signed to seppa dai, Edo period £100 - £150 331 A Japanese iron and shakudo circular tsuba, pierced with flowerheads and inlaid with stylised leafy bamboo, 7.5cm diam, Edo period £100 - £150

332 A Japanese bronze and gold shakudo oval tsuba, pierced and decorated with bowls, skewers and flowers, 7cm x 6.5cm, Meiji period £60 - £100 333 A Japanese bronze tsuba, pierced and cast with a fierce dragon amongst scrolling clouds, single riobitsu, 7cm x 6.5cm, Meiji period £60 - £100

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Oriental Furniture 334 A 19th century Chinese padouk wood jardinière stand, shaped circular top with inset marble panel, shaped apron pierced and carved with fierce dragon masks, leaves and scrolls, square section cabriole legs, curved stretchers, lion paw feet, 46.5cm high, 46cm diam, c.1890 £400 - £600

335 A Chinese padouk wood rectangular screen, the silkwork banner finely embroidered with fanciful birds amongst flowering branches, above a deep apron pierced and carved with scrolling clouds, flanked by brackets conforming, scroll feet, 88cm high, 64cm wide, c.1880 £1,000 - £1,500

336 A 19th century Chinese hardwood, mother of pearl and abalone shell marquetry tripod occasional table, circular tilting top profusely inlaid with dragons, flowers, insects, scrolls and fretwork lozenges and roundels, turned column conforming, cabriole legs pierced and boldly carved with dragons, 73cm high, 85cm diam, c.1850 £1,500 - £2,500

337 A Chinese hardwood low table, curved legs, carved with fret, 32cm high, 100cm long, early 20th century £60 - £100

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338 A Chinese hardwood side cabinet, of Ming altar design, oversailing rectangular top with scroll ends above a drawer and a rectangular door, flanked by shaped brackets carved with scrolls, outswept feet, 75cm high, 71cm wide £700 - £1,000

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340 A Chinese hardwood canted rectangular display cabinet,shaped and pierced cresting above a glazed door enclosing shelves, carved overall with leafy bamboo, cabriole legs, 191cm high, 96cm wide, c.1890 £3,000 - £4,000

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341 A 19th century Chinese padouk wood octagonal jardinière stand, circular top with inset marble panel, beaded border, shaped apron pierced and carved with blossoming prunus, square section cabriole legs, X-stretcher, lion paw feet, 58cm high, 34cm diam, c.1890 £500 - £800 342 A 19th century Chinese padouk wood jardinière stand, octagonal top with inset marble panel within a beaded border, shaped apron pierced and carved with prunus flowers and scrolling leaves, square section cabriole legs, Xstretcher, lion paw feet, 93cm high, 34cm diam, c.1890 £500 - £800 343 A 19th century Chinese padouk wood jardinière stand, circular top with inset marble panel within a band of prunus flowers and scrolling foliage, shaped apron pierced and carved with leaves and scrolls, square section cabriole legs, circular undertier, lion paw feet, 68cm high, 49cm diam, c.1890 £800 - £1,200

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344 344 A 19th century Chinese padouk wood side cabinet, shaped three-quarter gallery pierced and carved with scrolling leaves, above an asymmetrical arrangement of shelves, pierced and carved borders conforming, gadrooned skirted base, paw feet, 132cm high, 103cm wide, c.1890 ÂŁ2,000 - ÂŁ3,000 For more images please visit

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347 A Chinese hardwood circular centre/dining table, shaped and pierced apron carved with dragons amongst scrolling clouds, the drum shaped base with niches and brackets conforming, paw feet, 84cm high, 143cm diam £200 - £300

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345 A Chinese padouk wood circular centre table, the dished top with broad border beaded and carved in relief with blossoming prunus, above a shaped and pierced apron, cylindrical column and cabriole legs boldly carved with dragons amongst scrolling clouds, paw feet, 63cm high, 61cm diam, c.1900 £300 - £400

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348 A pair of Chinese lacquer hexagonal jardinière stands, each slightly oversailing top above a shaped and pierced apron, decorated in polychrome and gilt with mountainous landscapes and scrolling foliage, cabriole legs, plinth bases, 99cm high, 52cm wide £100 - £150 349 A set of eight Chinese hardwood dining chairs, arched cresting rails, curved and pierced splats, shaped aprons, carved with dragons amongst scrolling clouds, square section cabriole legs, paw feet £200 - £300

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350 A Chinese hardwood side chair, pierced cartouche shaped back, solid seat, profusely carved with ferocious dragons amongst scrolling clouds, dragon monopodia forelegs, 110cm high £60 - £100

346 A Chinese jardinière stand, circular top with trellis border, shaped apron pierced and carved with dragons amongst scrolling clouds, cabriole legs, 55cm high, 36cm diam, c.1900 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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353 A Chinese hardwood shaped quatrefoil low occasional table, profusely carved with ferocious dragons, 64cm high, 62cm wide £60 - £100 354 A pair of Chinese lacquer rectangular floor standing cabinets, each with flush top above a pair of rectangular doors, enclosing shelves, brass fittings, skirted bases, bracket feet, 92cm high, 118cm wide, Qing Dynasty £1,000 - £1,500

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351 A Chinese padouk wood desk, shaped superstructure with an asymmetrical arrangement of shelves and cupboards, pierced and carved with dragons amongst scrolling clouds, the projecting base with trellis border above a shaped apron with two pairs of short drawers, boldly carved dragon monopodia, 144cm high, 122cm wide, c. 1900 £300 - £500

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355 A large Chinese padouk wood shaped circular jardinière stand, the top with inset marble panel within a beaded border of leafy scrolls, above a shaped and pierced apron carved with masks and scrolling leaves, circular undertier, square-section cabriole legs, paw feet, 77.5cm high, 60cm diam, c.1880 £1,200 - £1,500

352 A Chinese hardwood standard lamp, carved as a fierce dragon, shaped square base with trellis border, 172cm high, early to mid 20th century £60 - £100

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Day Two

Wednesday 9th October at 10.30am

British and Continental Ceramics and Glass

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Decorative Ceramics

405 A Wedgwood Blue Jasper rectangular plaque, for Sydney Olympics 2000, applied in white with classical torch bearer and angel, impressed mark, printed in gilt, 27cm x 36cm, framed; another, The Wrestlers, 20cm x 26cm, certificate, boxed (2) £70 - £100

406 A pair of Wedgwood black basalt Olympic Victory vases, for Sydney Olympics 2000, printed in gilt with ancient Greek Olympians, within anthemion borders, domed covers, 28cm high, printed marks in gilt, limited edition 7/30 and 14/30 £120 - £180 407 A set of three Wedgwood black basalt figures, for Sydney Olympics 2000, Javelin Thrower, Discus and Torch Bearer, each approx 21cm high, printed marks in gilt, limited edition 1,000, boxed £100 - £150

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410 A Wedgwood Genius Collection Canopic vase, the cover moulded as a pharaoh’s head, the body applied with Egyptian motifs and bands of flower heads in gilt on a cobalt blue ground, impressed mark, limited edition 49/200, 1997, boxed £200 - £300 411 A Wedgwood Jasper Ware Commemorative Golden Jubilee vase, applied in white with portrait and Royal Coat of Arms cartouche, with floral swags domed cover, acorn finial, square plinth, boxed £200 - £300

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408 A Wedgwood black basalt figure, Diana The Huntress, after Flaxman, seated scantily draped, shaped titled oval base, 26cm high, impressed mark, 2004 £150 - £200

412 A Wedgwood Jasperware Captain Cook Australian bowl, applied in white with portrait bust, map of Australia, flowerheads and acanthus scrolls, floral banded borer, 25.5cm diam, impressed mark, boxed £70 - £100

409 A Wedgwood black basalt sphinx , modelled seated on haunches, rectangular base moulded with Egyptian iconography, 22cm high, impressed marks and 78, 20th century. 22cm high, impressed marks, modern £100 - £150

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413 A Wedgwood Portland Blue Jasper two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, In Celebration of the Millennium Year of the Dragon, applied in relief gilded scrolling dragons, cloud banded borders, domed cover, applied with stiff leaves, bud finial, 31cm high, impressed mark, printed in gilt limited edition 18/25, certificate, boxed £300 - £500

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414 A Wedgwood two-handled pedestal urnular ‘Mellor’ vase and cover, decorated in raised gilding with stylised leaves and scrolls on a cobalt blue ground, domed cover, gilt spire finial, cylindrical pedestal with gilt flowerheads, 36cm high, Portland backstamp, boxed £300 - £400

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420 A Burmantofts jardinière, tube lined with swans and reeds, within scroll borders, coloured in tones of olive, light blue and green, 26cm high, 29cm diam, impressed mark, shape no.2018 £80 - £120

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421 A Crown Devon Sylvan Lustrine Butterfly waisted cylindrical vase and stand, printed and painted with butterflies and trees on a mottled red ground, the stand conforming with three leafy scroll feet, 37cm high, £60 - £100

419 A large art pottery model, in the manner of Charles Brannam, Barnstaple, of a bulldog, seated, glazed in tones of mottled blue and green, 28cm high, c.1900 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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423 422 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware water jug and cover, sprigged in the Art Nouveau taste with rectangular panels with ears of wheat and flowers, coloured in tones of mottled blue on a buff ground, knop finial. reeded scroll handle, 20cm high. impressed marks £60 - £100 423 A Grimwades Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit nursery ware tea set, comprising teapot, milk and sugar, four tea cups, saucers and tea plates, two bread and butter plates, each printed with scene, printed mark, copyright F.Warne & Co. Ltd, c.1930 £150 - £250 424 A large Amphora vase, incised and in relief with owls,. in tones of brown, green and white, on a mottled ground, 40.5cm high, printed mark, shape no.15082 £100 - £150 425 A large Ruskin Pottery Kingfisher lustre jar and cover, in an iridescent blue glaze, 21cm high, impressed Ruskin 1920 £600 - £800

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428 A Minton square tile, possibly a trial, painted with vulture with a calf in talons, in tones of blue, outlined in black on a yellow ground, 20.5cm square £60 - £100

427 A Midwinter Stylecraft Peter Scott Wild Geese pattern dinner service, for six, comprising three graduated meat plates, two tureens and covers, two gravy boats, dinner, dessert and side plates, printed marks £100 - £150

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429 A pair of Royal Worcester Crown Ware baluster vases, printed and painted with mosque and tall trees, in tones of orange, green and red, outlined in gilt, 11.5cm high, crown and circle mark, C.W.311; another, pair, ovoid, 8.5cm high, C.W. 314 (4) £60 - £100

437 A Studio Pottery circular charger, blue strap handles. 35cm diam, impressed mark; three pedestal beakers, 9cm high; a pedestal bowl, 15.5cm diam; etc (8) £60 - £100 438 A late 19th century Royal Dux group, End of Day, with two shire horses, with towing collars, in the typical palette, oval base, 26cm high, 32cm wide, applied pink triangle, shape no.2085 £180 - £220

430 A pair of Copeland rectangular plaques, painted by William Yale, signed, with stone bridge and woodland walk in autumn, 30cm x 15cm £100 - £150

431 A Poole Pottery Atlantis vase, designed by Catherine Connett, banded in relief, 13cm high, impressed mark, 1973-1976 £70 - £100

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432 A Ruskin crystalline ovoid vase, flared neck, glaze in streaked tones of mottled orange, 17cm high, impressed marks £70 - £100

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439 A Wedgwood Dragon Lustre waisted cylindrical vase, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, printed with gilt Celestial Dragon and clouds, above waves, in colours in green, purple and blue, 30cm high, Portland vase mark, Z4829 £300 - £500

433 A Ruskin pink lustre vase, with long flared neck, 20cm high, impressed mark, dated 1925 £70 - £100

434 A Shelley Art Deco Queen Anne shape tea set, printed with pattern 11861, comprising teapot and stand, milk and sugar, four teacups, six saucers, six tea plates, bread and butter plate, angular scroll handles, reg. no. 723404, printed marks, c.1931 £80 - £120

440 A Wedgwood Fairyland lustre Castles of the Night flower vase, based on the designs of Daisy Makeig-Jones, with castle on a cliff side, in colours, 18.5cm high, certificate, exclusive exhibition item, special issue of one, printed marks, boxed; a similar The Haunted Forest service plate, 31cm diam, certificate, exclusive exhibition item, special issue of one, printed marks, boxed £200 - £400

436 A Shelley Damson pattern tea and coffee set, comprising six coffee cans and saucers, four tea cups, six tea saucers, six side plates, milk and cream jugs, sugar basin, and bread and butter plate, each decorated with pattern no.11634, on a yellow ground, the bread plate 24cm diam, printed and painted marks, c. 1930 (36) £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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443 A Denby Tigo Ware circular plate, Rendezvous, designed by Tibor Reich, incised in white on a mottled buff ground, 26.5cm diam, printed mark, c.1950 £200 - £300

444 An Ault pottery jardinière, in relief with dragons and waves on a green and yellow stippled ground, turquoise interior, wavy rim, 33cm wide, impressed and applied mark, c.1890 £60 - £100

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441 A Wedgwood shouldered ribbed vase, designed by Keith Murray, in a matt green glaze, 28.5cm high, printed factory mark, facsimile signature £300 - £400

Clarice Cliff

442 A Royal Dux model, elephant, trunk raised, naturalistically coloured, 15cm high, pink triangle, model no.378; others, an Alsatian, 21.5cm high, model no.453; a retriever, with pheasant, 38.5cm wide, model 308 (3) £60 - £100

451 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre Windbells octagonal plate, painted with tress with blue foliage, the ground in radiating wavy bands in green yellow and orange, banded border, 22cm wide, printed mark £70 - £100

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452 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre Circus pattern circular plate, designed by Laura Knight ARA for the 1934 Art & Industry Exhibition, decorated in polychrome with Androcles and the Lion, swaged borders printed with faces of the crowd, crested by a pierrot appearing through curtains, gilt pendant rim, 23cm diam, printed and impressed marks £100 - £150 453 A Clarice Cliff Crocus pattern bowl, brightly decorated with orange, purple and blue flowers, banded in tan and green, 20cm diam, printed mark £100 - £150

Doulton

460 A Doulton Lambeth Four Seasons jardinière, applied with classical cameos below ribbon tied floral swags each titled Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, on an olive ground, 19cm high, impressed mark, dated 1881, shape no.1881; another, similar, with classical cameos, 19cm high, impressed mark, dated 1881, shape no.1881 (2) £150 - £180

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464 A Royal Doulton figure, Jack Point, designed by C.J. Noke, 42.5cm high, HN 2080 £500 - £800 466 A Royal Doulton figure, Quality Street, 18.5cm high, printed and impressed marks, inscribed in red Potted by Doulton & Co, HN1211 £280 - £320

461 A Doulton Stoneware ashtray, surmounted with children, on a powdered blue ground, 10cm diam, impressed mark, shape no.7051 £40 - £60

467 A Royal Doulton figure, The Chelsea Pair, designed by R. Brown and H. Birch, 15.5cm high, printed and painted mark, HN 579, £60 - £100

462 A Royal Doulton stoneware jardinière, tube lined with stylised floral tendrils and roundels, in tones of brown, olive and blue on a mottled blue ground, tan rim, 19.5cm diam, impressed mark, shape no. 5102 £60 - £100

468 A Royal Doulton Series Ware Wandering Minstrel loving cup, designed by Charles Noke, 14cm high, 104/600, printed marks, certificate £250 - £350

463 A Royal Doulton bottle vase, decorated with a broad cobalt blue band of stylised flowerheads and scrolls, mottled olive green ground applied with floral roundels, 34cm high, impressed mark £60 - £100 For more images please visit

469 A Royal Doulton veined flambe dragon, 18.5cm high, printed mark, model HN 2085 £100 - £150

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470 Charles Dana Gibson ,The Social Ladder, published by R.H. Russell / John Lane, 1902 £20 - £40 472

Moorcroft

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471 A large William Moorcroft Pansy pattern pedestal bowl, tubelined and coloured in tones of mottled tones of pink, purple and green on a blue ground, spreading circular foot, 30cm diam, impressed marks, numbered M57 painted script signature, dated 1921 £300 - £400

474 A Moorcroft Celadon Pomegranate pattern flared cylindrical two-handled pedestal jardinière, tube lined with full and sliced pomegranates, berries and foliage on a mottled pale jade green ground, 25cm diam, signature in green, c.1910 £100 - £200

473 A Moorcroft Anemone pattern ovoid vase, tube lined and coloured in tones of purple, pink and green on a mottled blue ground, 12.5cm high, impressed marks, signed with initials in blue £60 - £80

476 A Moorcroft Cornflower pattern baluster vase, cylindrical neck, tube lined with flowers, coloured in red and blue and green ground, 18cm high, impressed mark £100 - £150

475 A Moorcroft Columbine pattern compressed ovoid vase, tube lined with large flowerheads in tones of puce, yellow and green on an azure ground, 12cm high, impressed mark £80 - £120

472 A Moorcroft Anemone pattern inverted baluster vase, tube lined with large flowers in blue, purple, red and green, on a cobalt blue ground, impressed marks, signed in green £100 - £150

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478 479 A contemporary Moorcroft Hibiscus pattern large jardinière, tube line with flowerheads in yellow and red flowerheads, on a green ground, 23cm high, impressed and painted mark, limited edition 2/500, 1983 £100 - £150

477 A Moorcroft Pomegranate pattern ovoid vase, tube lined with fruit and berries, in tones of red, purple, blue and green, 7cm high, impressed mark £60 - £100

478 A pair of large Moorcroft Celadon Pomegranate pattern flared cylindrical vases, tube lined with full and sliced pomegranates, berries and foliage on a mottled pale jade green ground, 42.5cm high, signature in green, dated 1912 £3,000 - £5,000 For more images please visit

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Della Robia

490 A Della Robbia circular dish, designed by Louise Jones incised with scrolling vine, coloured in tones of green and brown on mottled green ground, 16.5cm diam, incised mark, LJ monogram; another saucers, with floral roundels, 13.5cm diam, incised mark; an ovoid jardinière, incised with a band of flowers and foliage, on a mottled green ground, 10cm high, incised mark, shape no.296; etc (4) £100 - £200

491 A Della Robbia circular pin dish, designed by Hannah Jones, incised with stylised flowers and foliage, in mottled tones of green red and yellow, 12cm diam, incised mark, HJ monogram; another, banded scroll border, 13.5cm diam, monogrammed; etc (3) £100 - £150

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500 A W.M.F. style Jugendstil pewter claret jug, flared cranberry glass body, pewter mounts cast and pierced with female profile with sinuous hair, high angular handle, pierced stopper, 39cm high, early 20th century £150 - £200

492 A Della Robbia dish, incised with stylised flowers and foliage, coloured in tones of blue and pink on a mottled green ground, 11.5cm diam, incised mark, shape no.503 £60 - £100

501 A W.M.F. style Jugendstil pewter claret jug, flared cranberry glass body, pewter mounts cast and pierced with female profile with sinuous hair, high angular handle, pierced stopper, 39cm high, early 20th century £150 - £200

493 A Della Robbia pin dish, incised with stylised leaves, the rim with corn ears on a mottled green ground, 13cm diam, incised mark, monogram, dated 1901; another, with stylised oak leaves, 12.5cm diam, incised mark; another, incised with a mermaid, in tones of green and brown, 12.52cm diam, incised mark, dated 1899 (3) £150 - £200

502 A W.M.F. beaker holder, cast and pierced with profile of a maiden with long flowing hair, 6cm high, marked £50 - £70

494 A Della Robbia teacup and saucer, designed by Miss Elizabeth Wilkins, incised with stylised flowers and foliage border, in tones of green and red on a mottled blue ground, incised and painted marks, LW monogram, dated 1899; another saucer, banded with leaves and flowers in yellow and green on a mottled turquoise ground, 14.5cm diam, painted mark, L W monogram, dated 1899 (2) £100 - £150

503 A W.M.F. style Jugendstil pewter claret jug, flared cranberry glass body, pewter mounts cast and pierced with female profile with sinuous hair, high angular handle, pierced stopper, 39cm high, early 20th century £150 - £200

504 A W.M.F. style two-handled oval dish, the rim cast with stylised leaves and berries, geometrical handles, 40.5cm wide, c.1900; a W.M.F. crumb tray and brush, cast with large daisy heads and foliage, 24.5cm wide, marked (2)£60 - £100

495 Tribal Art - a graduated pointed oval ivory bead necklace, early 20th century, 68cm long £60 - £100 497 A Siddy Langley Globular lustre purple and orange vase height 11.5cm signed;dated 1994;pebble paper weight length 10.5cm signed dated 1995(2) £50 - £80

498 A Siddy Langley lustre glass globular red blue and purple vase;signed;dated 1998 height 13cm £50 - £80

Decorative Metalworks

499 A W.M.F plated shaped dish, cast in relief with maiden, with long flowing hair, 20cm wide, marked, shape no.454 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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505 A W.M.F. Art Nouveau figural comport, cast with a scantily clad maiden, she stands before a scalloped dish, supported on a flowering cornucopia, circular base, Old Silver finish, 25cm high, model no.404, marked WMF, EP, 1/0, OX, c.1905 £200 - £300

509 Liberty & Co - a pair of Tudric pewter candlesticks, designed by Archibald Knox (1864 - 1933), manufactured by W H Haseler, each broad rimmed sconce on three tall twisted supports, domed circular bases in relief with stylised organic forms, 23cm high, model no. 0223, stamped Solkets, English Pewter, Made in England, c.1905 £300 - £500

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506 A W.M.F. electroplated two-handled oval jardinière and liner, cast and pierced with berries and sinuous lines, conforming scroll handles, etched liner, 31cm wide. marked, shape no.352 £150 - £250

507 An Arts and Crafts brass three piece coffee service, in the Secession taste, comprising spirit kettle on stand, cream jug and sucrier, domed covers with knop finials, faux riveted borders, the kettle with cane wrapped handle, 21cm high overall, monogrammed CTU?, c.1900 £60 - £100

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510 An Arts and Crafts beaten copper hexagonal charger, by Art Fittings Ltd, London, stamped, the broad border with stylised fleur-de-lys and diamonds, on a planished ground, 46.5cm diam, c.1900 £60 - £100

508 An Art Nouveau pewter and hardwood twohandled serving tray, the shaped border in relief with stylised leaves, sinuous whiplash stems and fruiting branches, 52cm over handles, indistinctly numbered, c.1905 £80 - £120

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511 Newlyn - a large Arts and Crafts beaten copper bowl, by John Drew Mackenzie, repousse embossed with a repetitive band of stylised fish, on a planished ground, 32.5cm diam, stamped NEWLYN, c.1900 £400 - £600

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512 20th Century Design - Georges Mathias (Belgium) - a brass and laminate rectangular coffee table, signed, the top etched and planished with marine biological motif and geometric brackets, square base, 65cm wide, c.1975-80 £300 - £400 516

516 A 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware equestrian group, of Bonny Prince Charlie on horseback, oval base, 25cm high, c.1850 £120 - £180

517 A 19th century brown stoneware salt glaze barrel, applied with crest, vine and flowerheads, 35cm high, c.1860; a similar ale jug, incised with a band of waved lines, ribbed loop handle, 30cm high, c.1860 (2) £70 - £100

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513 A Carl Deffner Jugendstil four piece tea service, each embossed with geometrical motif, angular wicker pointed handles, the tray 49cm wide, marked £100 - £150

English Pottery

514 A Derbyshire saltglazed stoneware loving cup, inscribed John Madin December 24th, 1823, applied with classical figures, reeded scroll handle, 13.5cm high, c.1820 £50 - £80 515 A 19th brown salt glazed stoneware leaf tureen, cover and integrated stand, in relief, 21.5cm wide, c.1890 £60 - £100

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518 A 19th century East Moor Pottery Brampton brown saltglazed stoneware puzzle jug, inscribed Come gentlemen come by your Skill, I’ll lay a wager if you will you cannot drink this liquor all unless you spill or let some fall, East More (sic) Pottery, A & Elin Birks, Dec 7th 1837, shaped cresting and tall neck pierced with stylised six petal flowers and heart shaped motifs, strap handle, circular foot, 23cm high, c.1837 £100 - £150

519 A pair of Scottish pottery spaniels, seated to the left and right, black ears and features, pink locks and collars, 18.5cm high, c.1870 £50 - £80 520 A 19th century pottery figure, Praying Angel, standing on a serpent, white glaze, 28cm high, late 19th century £60 - £100 521 A Copeland child’s dinner service comprising a soup tureen, cover and stand, a sauce tureen, cover and stand, another sauce tureen, a pair of entree dishes, four oval meat plates, five soup plates and ten dinner plates, transfer printed in blue with bands of palmettes, the soup tureen 15cm over handles, impressed marks with crowns, c.1860 (26) £100 - £150

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527 A 19th century majolica table centrepiece, circular top with wavy border, supported by three scantily clad putti allegorical of the arts, circular base moulded with wrapped laurel, scroll feet, glazed in tones of pale and dark blue, purple, green, yellow and buff, 44cm high, c.1870 £250 - £350

522 A late 18th century Prattware jug, moulded in relief with stylised flowers and foliage, in yellow, orange, green and blue, 12cm high, c.1790 £60 - £100

523 A large 19th century Masons panelled baluster vase and cover, printed and painted with large flowerheads and foliage in tones of puce, pink and blue on an apple green ground, cobalt blue dragon handles to sides, picked out in gilt, conforming dolphin finial, 49.5cm high, mid 19th century £80 - £120 524 A large Victorian Copeland comport, Art Union of London, 1863, painted in green and sepia with Albert of Saxe Coburg & Gotha Consort of Victoria I, Queen, Born 1819, Married 1840, Died 1861, three cartouches, Albert Promoter of the Arts, Albert President of Societies For Science and Albert Chancellor of An University, 41cm diam, printed mark £100 - £150 525 A late 17th /early 18th century salt glazed brown stoneware Belamine, incised with bearded mask, loop handle, 30cm high £60 - £100

526 A late 18th century jug, in relief with classical ladies, banded and inscribed Long May You Live, Happy May You Be, Bless With Content, & From Misfortune Be 1791, winged angel hand, pierced rim, 17.5cm high, c.1790; a Leeds type ribbed baluster cream jug, decorated in puce with stylised flowers, ribbed interlaced handle, 7cm high, c.1790 (2) £120 - £180 For more images please visit

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528 A majolica ‘Isle of Man’ teapot and cover, the three-legged man modelled seated astride a tree stump with branch handle, the spout formed from his outstretched leg, wearing a cobalt blue coat and black top hat, 26cm high, late 19th century £150 - £250 61

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529 A majolica jardinière, wavy rim, moulded in relief with flowering and fruiting leafy branches, coloured in tones of green, pink, yellow and brown on a turquoise ground. pink interior, rustic branch base, 21cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

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532 A Wedgwood majolica oval game pie dish, the cover surmounted by a pair of quail, enclosing a liner, moulded in relief with hanging game, ribbon-tied swags, flowers and grotesques, 32cm wide, impressed marks £100 - £150 530

530 A Minton barrel shaped garden seat, in the Japanese taste, in relief with ‘wicker’ panels, decorated overall with strapwork bands blossoming prunus branches in red on a black ground, impressed marks, date code for 1872 £100 - £200

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533 A late 19th century ebonised mantel clock, the dial inscribed Chas Frodsham, Clock Maker to the Queen, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a gong, the case with canted fluted columns, scroll legs, 26cm high, c.1890 £100 - £200 534 A pair of pearlware Willow pattern leaf shaped pickle dishes, transfer printed in underglaze blue, 13cm wide, c.1810 £60 - £100

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535 A pair of Pratt type circular plaques, moulded in relief after Andrea della Robbia with swaddled infants, from roundels at the Ospedale degli Innocenti, Florence, on a blue ground, fruiting laurel borders, 11cm diam, early 19th century £60 - £100

531 A pair Minton majolica vases, painted by Nina, signed, with vultures and herons, leafy ring handles, turquoise interiors, 21.5cm high, impressed marks, dated 1869 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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536 A Prattware creamware cradle, in relief with child, coloured in tones of blue, yellow and ochre, 12.5cm long, c.1790; an 18th century figure, of a man, wearing a hat and jacket, holding a dog, 9.5cm high, c.1790 (2) £100 - £150

540 A small Whieldon type globular teapot, decorated in a mottled black glaze, crab stock spout and ribbed handle, 9cm high, c.1760 £150 - £200

541 A Spode part tea service, comprising boat shaped teapot and cover, sugar bowl, five cups, seven saucers, printed in puce with stately homes and parkscapes, blue line borders, c.1820 £60 - £100 542 A pair of 19th century Pearlware shaped oval serving plates, feathered moulded cobalt blue borders, 30cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100

545 A Sunderland lustre circular bowl, transfer printed with a named view of the High Level Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne and inscribed with verse Be wise then Christian while you may For swiftly time is flying, The thoughtless man who laughs to day Tomorrow will be dying, within pink borders, 19cm diam, mid-19th century £50 - £70

546 A Sunderland lustre porter mug, transfer printed and coloured with a sailor and his lady at an inn, inscribed Any port in a storm, my old boy - only let us have lots of grog and a comfortable turn in, and I’ll make you Capt. of the fore-top, on a pink resist ground, scroll handle, 13cm high, c.1830; a pearlware jug, moulded in relief with grinning Bacchic masks, on a ground of coloured dabs and leafy sprigs, shaped scroll handle, 14cm high, early 19th century; others, similar (4) £60 - £100

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537 A Prattware naval military commemorative ovoid jug, moulded in relief with a titled portrait of Admiral Nelson, to verso with Captain Berry, typically coloured in tones of yellow, blue, brown, green and ochre, scroll handle, 13cm high, c.1795 £80 - £120

547 A Thomas Fradley circular plate, in relief with Roman emperor, in white, the borders marbled, 24cm diam, impressed mark

538 A set of four early 19th century treacle glazed sash window or furniture rests, each moulded with a flowering urn, 41cm high, impressed *assly?, c.1820 £50 - £70

Thomas Fradley (bn 1844) produced these dishes in the 1870 - 85 period and were fired in the Minton`s kilns £50 - £70

539 A set of four pearlware furniture rests or window blocks, each modelled as a basket of flowers, coloured in tones of green, pink and yellow, 12.5cm high, early 19th century £60 - £100

548 A Wedgwood creamware plate, printed in monochrome with sailing galleon, the rim with floral sprigs, 25.5cm diam, impressed mark, late 18th century; a creamware circular plate, the rim with alternating orange arches and black line and balls, 25cm diam, c.1790; a creamware four-section egg stand, pierced spreading square base, hen finial, 11.5cm high, c.1790; a baluster coffee pot, printed in monochrome with couple taking tea, the verso with shepherd, 18.35cm high, c.1780; etc (7) £150 - £200 549 A pair of 19th century Sunderland lustre shaped rectangular plaques, Transfer printed and coloured with The Sailor’s Farewell and The Sailor’s Return, pink and copper borders moulded with scrolling acanthus, 23cm wide, c.1840 £60 - £100

550 An 18th century creamware jug, painted in black and green with wolf, strapwork handle terminating with foliage, 12.5cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100

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557 An early 19th century Prattware cradle, the panelled sides in alternating blue and green, outlined in mauve, 11.5cm long, c.1800 £60 - £100

558 An early 19th century Staffordshire cream ware jug, decorated in monochrome with an American three masted sailing ship, the verso with a compass, inscribed Come Box the Compass invented by Murphy a Dutch man 1229, first exhibited at Venice 1260, improved by Giora of Naples 1309, its Declamation discovered by Harfman 1538, 20cm high, c.1800 £50 - £80

555 & 551

551 An 18th century creamware ram, recumbent, manganese markings, green base, 15cm wide, c.1790 £200 - £300

559 An early 20th century stilton cheese dome and cover, sprigged in white with cattle, sheep, stag and trees, on a brown ground, 31.5cm diam, c.1900 £60 - £100

552 An 18th century creamware shaped circular plate, painted in monochrome with Samuel 10, floral sprays to rim, moulded feathered border, 24cm diam, c.1790; another, similar with figures in a classical landscape, 25cm diam, c.1790 (2) £100 - £150

560 An English circular plate, painted in underglaze blue with stylised foliage, hut and rockwork, dash border, 22cm diam, c.1750; another, with willow, fence and peonies, 21.5cm diam, c.1750 (2) £80 - £120

561 An Ironstone two-handled pot pourri vase and cover, decorated in the Imari palette with stylised flowers and foliage, lofty pierced domed cover, gilt mask handles, 17cm high, impressed circular mark; a pair of graduated Masons Ironstone jugs, lamprey eel handles, 10cm and 11.5cm high, printed mark; a Mayer Cane Ware boat shaped jug, moulded in relief with flowerheads and scrolls, blue line rims, 9.5cm high, 1800 (4) £100 - £150

553 An 18th century creamware tea caddy and cover, fluted, coloured in green, flower finial, 10cm high, c.1790; a similar bowl, 15cm diam, c.1790 (2) £100 - £150

554 An 18th century Whieldon shaped circular plate, mottled tortoiseshell glaze in green and brown, feathered rim, 19cm diam, c.1765; a similar dished plate, 24.5cm diam; a miniature tortoiseshell glaze basket, 4cm diam, 18th century £100 - £150

562 F R Pratt - a pot lid and base, Alas Poor Bruin, 7cm diam, no.1, c.1850; others,The Bear Pit, 7cm diam, no.6; Bears at School, no.9; Dangerous Skating, no.249 (4) £60 - £100

555 An 18th century Whieldon type creamware ram, recumbent, black sponged markings, green base, 9cm wide, c.1790 Manheim Label £70 - £10

556 An early 19th century Greek pattern shaped rectangular meat plate, transfer printed in underglaze blue, 51.5cm wide, c.1820 £100 - £150

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563 Alfred Munnings (1878 - 1959), by and after, Creme Brulee, coloured racing print, signed in pencil, framed £80 - £120

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564 A early 20th century ceramic prototype, Buccaneer, in colours, he stands holding a sword, wearing a turban and wrap, the base with precious objects, 33cm high £50 - £70 565 A Staffordshire figure of William Ewart Gladstone (1809-98), titled base, 41cm high, 1880; another, lightly picked out in black and gilt, 28cm high, c.1880 (2) £100 - £150

566 A Staffordshire figure of Wellington - Arthur Wellesley First Duke of (1769-1852), standing by a draped pedestal, gilt titled rectangular base, 34cm high, c.1870 See Gordon Pugh, P. D. Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era, Woodbridge 1987 £70 - £100

567 A Staffordshire portrait figure, General Napier, modelled standing beside a cannon and balls in military uniform with a cape and hat in each hand, titled oval base, 33cm high, c.1854 £60 - £100 568 A Staffordshire flatback figure, Alfred Ernest Albert, Duke of Edinburgh (1844 - 1900), he stands in military dress leaning on a pillar, holding a plumed hat, his left resting on his hip, gilt lined oval base, 34cm high, late 19th century £60 - £100

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570 A Staffordshire portrait figure, Louis Napoleon, standing in uniform, holding his feathered hat, gilt lined titled base, 40cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120

571

571 A Victorian Staffordshire flatback figure group, Turkey, England, France, decorated in polychrome enamels and underglaze blue, 28.5cm high, titled gilt lined rectangular base, c.1860; another, Robert Burns, standing reading from a book, leaning on a pedestal, in colours, titled oval base, 27cm high, c.1860; another, Sir Robert Peel, standing, by a pedestal, 22cm high, c.1880 (3) £100 - £200

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572 A Staffordshire figure, Eliezer and Rebecca, at the well with Eliezer drinking from a gourd, in colours, 27.5cm high, c.1860; another, Forester and Companion, she seated with a ewer, he standing before a tree, 32cm high, c.1870; etc (3) £100 - £150

569 A Staffordshire portrait figure, George Washington, standing wearing a blue frock coat, puce star waistcoat and gilt-lined breeches, holding a document in his right hand, a tricorn hat under his left arm, shaped titled base, 40.5cm high, c.1860 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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English Porcelain

573 A Staffordshire flatback portrait figure group, Prince and Princess, titled, modelled with Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Princess Alexandra of Denmark, they stand, he with top hat in hand, she with ribbon-tied hat on her arm, picked out in gilt, oval base, 35cm high, c.1862 £60 - £100 574 A Staffordshire flatback portrait figure group, Princess Royal & Fr. Of Prussia, titled, modelled with Victoria, Princess Royal and Prince Frederick William of Prussia, oval base, 41cm high, c.1858 £60 - £100

575 A Staffordshire portrait figure, Queen of England, titled, modelled as Queen Victoria, she stands, crowned, wearing an ermine trimmed gown, picked out in gilt, oval base, 45cm high, mid-19th century £50 - £70

576 A Staffordshire model of poodle, seated with two puppies, granatic coats, cobalt blue oval base, 18cm high, c.1870 £50 - £70

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578 A large 19th century parian table centre, probably Copeland, modelled with the Three Graces, supporting a pierced basket, canted incurved triform base moulded with a border of lotus, 65.5cm high, c.1860 £300 - £400

579 A garniture of English Porcelain mantel stands, each with classical figures and foliage, the rectangular bases with egg and dart borders, 21cm and 13.5cm long, late 19th century (faults) £60 - £100 580 A 19th century English porcelain fluted ovoid jug, painted with sprays of colourful summer flowers, moulded with acanthus and picked out in gilt with acanthus, inscribed J G Adams, 1851, acanthus scroll handle, 19cm high, c.1851 £40 - £60 581 A 19th century English porcelain rectangular plaque, allegorical of Autumn, painted with a young woman carrying a sheaf of wheat, 17cm x 11cm, framed £50 - £80 582 A 19th century English porcelain rectangular plaque, well painted with colourful summer flowers, the border moulded with acanthus scrolls, picked out in gilt on an apple green ground, 12cm x 17cm, c.1835, framed £50 - £80

577

577 A silver two-handled pedestal trophy cup, engraved Golf Challenge Cup, inscribed with past winners Shand Kydd, J. Osbourne and others, 24cm high, 13oz £120 - £180 For more images please visit

583 A 19th century flared cylindrical vase, painted with colourful summer flowers within a gilt lozenge, on a blush blue ground, gilt banded rims, 14.5cm high, pattern 501; another, larger (2) £100 - £150

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584 A Caughley blue and white Pine-cone pattern shaped oval basket, printed with peony between two pine cones and a pomegranate within scrollwork border, 27cm wide, C-mark in underglaze blue, c.1775 £120 - £180

588 A Coalbrookdale flared cylindrical vase, pierced with trellis and applied with flowerheads, in colours, picked out in gilt, four scroll feet, 13cm high, c.1880; a pair of Coalport floral encrusted flared cylindrical two-handled vase, enamelled to each side with a floral arrangement within gilt cartouches, pierced and scroll moulded rim, four leafy feet, square bases, 14cm high, unmarked, c.1830; etc (4) £70 - £100 589 A Coalbrookedale chamberstick, flowerhead sconce, the wavy base typically encrusted with flowers and painted with butterflies, branch handle, 12cm wide, painted CD mark, c.1830; another, possibly Daniels; another (3) £40 - £60

590 A Copeland and Garrett shaped rectangular standish, central taper sconce flanked by a pair of fluted campana wells, the border moulded with scrolling acanthus and painted with shaped reserves of ripe fruit and colourful summer flowers, picked out in gilt with leafy stems on a pale lemon ground, 27cm wide, pattern no. 5193, printed mark, c.1845 £50 - £70 591 A Copeland Parian bottle vase, decorated with en grisaille with portrait cameos within gilt ovals, joined by husk swags, with cross tendrils, 23cm high, impressed mark £100 - £150

585

585 A Caughley eye bath, printed in underglaze blue, cell and tendril border, 6cm high, c.1780 £300 - £500

592 A pair English School rectangular plaques, painted with chrysanthemums and convolvolus before a stone wall, 14cm x 19cm, framed £60 - £100

586 A Caughley Fence pattern tea bowl and saucer, printed in underglaze blue with fence, birds in flight and peonies, tramline borders, c.1780; another, similar, Worcester, crescent mark (2) £80 - £120

593

593 A Rockingham swan-handled campana shaped garniture of vases, well painted by John Randall, with birds perched amongst branches, the apple green ground in relief with leaves outlined in gilt, gilt swan handles, pierced everted neck, shaped circular base, 33cm high and 25.5cm high, unmarked, 1835 - 42

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587 A Caughley Three Flowers mask jug, printed with three flowers and foliage, mask spout, C-scroll, 14.75cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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598 A pair of Mintons two-handled pedestal ovoid vases, painted by Dudley, signed, with rose swags and tendrils, jewelled with turquoise seed pearls, domed fluted covers, bud finials, leafy scroll handles, 25cm high, printed marks, c.1910 £300 - £400

594

594 A mid 19th century novelty brass rectangular snuff box, the cover inlaid with portrait miniature, the catch with hidden thumb pricker, engraved with ferns and R F Foomer 7cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300 595 A Minton & Co H.R.H. parian figure group, modelled after Carlo Marochetti, signed, Prince Alfred, standing by a pony, shaped oval base, 41cm high, c.1860 £200 - £400 596 A Minton circular plate, painted by Dean, signed, with galleon, within Greek key border, on a yellow ground, printed mark; a Coalport shaped circular plate, painted with Loch Earne, within a rose pompadour border, 23cm diam, titled; etc (3) £80 - £120

597 A Minton pot pourri bowl and cover, painted with floral sprigs, pierced floral swag apron, in colours and picked out in gilt, scroll legs, in turquoise, pink and gilt, 18cm diam, c.1870 £60 - £100

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600 A pair of Minton figural candlesticks, of a dandy and his companion, in colourful fancy dress, both holding blossoming branches, shell and scroll bases, picked out in pink and gilt, 25.5cm high, crossed swords, c.1820 £200 - £300

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609 An English porcelain Manchester Unity of the Independent Order of Odd Fellow mug, printed in puce, gilt line rim, 10cm high, c.1850; others, painted with colourful summer flowers, gilt line rims, various sizes, c.1835 (4) £60 - £100 610 An English porcelain plaque, painted by R Gregory, signed, with Grouse on a ledge, 19.5cm x 15.5cm, framed £50 - £80 611 An English porcelain two-handled pedestal ogee shaped vase, painted with colourful summer flowers within a gilt leafy cartouche, on a powder-blue ground, leafy scroll handles, shaped circular base, 26cm high, c.1840; a Chamberlain Worcester two-handled vase, painted with summer flowers, the ground with gilt wrigglework, 23cm high; others (4) £70 - £100

601

601 A pair of Spode cachepots and stands, pattern 409, of tapering cylindrical form, ring handles, decorated with roses scrolls and ferns, in pink, blue, iron-red and gilt, below a deep band of cobalt blue and gilt interlaced ovals and stylised foliage, detachable bases, 13.5cm high, Spode 409 in red, c.1820 £120 - £180

612 An English porcelain two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with colourful summer flowers within a canted gilt cartouche on a crimson ground, gilt leafy handles, everted rim, in relief with flowerheads, square black plinth, 23.5cm high, c.1850 £60 - £100

602 A Spode garniture of flared cylindrical vases, pattern 116, painted with sprays of flowers reserved on blue and gilt scale pattern, beaded rims, 16cm high and 11cm high, painted mark £60 - £100

613 An English porcelain arched rectangular plaque, painted by R J Keeling, dated 1882, with figures walking on a riverside path, 17.5cm x 11cm £60 - £100

603 A Spode shaped oval pen tray, in Japanese style, in colours in tones of blue, picked out in gilt, 27cm wide, red script £150 - £200

614 Nottingham Mining Interest - an English Porcelain two-handled loving cup, with circular cartouche containing summer flowers, the verso inscribed in gilt Presented to Mr W Beard, Manager of the Bestwood Coal and Iron Company 1878, on a maroon ground with gilt leafy sprigs, 13cm high, late 19th century £70 - £90

604 A pair of Spode campana shaped vases, decorated in the Imari palette, gilt borders, applied with white beads, 13.5cm high, c.1820; a Spode flared cylindrical vase, pattern 967, paw feet, 9cm high, painted mark, c.1820 (3) £60 - £100

615 A H & R Daniel lobed compressed ovoid cream jug, decorated in blue and gilt with scrolls and foliage, the spout in relief with leaves, four scroll feet, 10cm high, c.1830; others, pattern 1897; others, various patterns (5) £150 - £250

605 A Swansea circular plate, painted with colourful summer flowers, gilt line rim, 20cm diam, c.1815; a Swansea teacup, the exterior with fence and foliage, the interior with oval cartouches painted with flowers, c.1820 £120 - £180

606 A Swansea Imari circular plate, pattern 264, painted in the typical palette, 20.5cm diam, c.1820 £100 - £150

616 A H & R Daniel ovoid jug, applied in lavender with floral sprigs, gilt borders, angular handles, 14.5cm high, c.1850; another, 12cm high; a Copeland and Garrett jug, painted with colourful summer flowers with a raised gilt and blue cartouche, on a yellow ground, scroll handles, 12.5cm high, c.1850; etc (4) £100 - £150

607 A Swansea boat shaped teapot and cover, osier and fluted mouldings, gilt banded decoration, 10cm high, script in red; another, pattern 442 (2) £150 - £200

608 An English porcelain hexagonal teapot, sucrier, milk jug, four coffee cups and five teacups, painted with colourful summer flowers, cobalt blue chevron border, applied with gilt foliage, floral finial, leafy scroll legs, pattern 2/1380; another, part service, c.1850 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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617 Pierre Jules Mene (1810 - 1879), a gold bronze patinated bronze, Jument a l’Ecrurie Jouant Avec un Chien, Mare and Dog, model exhibited Salon of 1859, 26cm high, 46cm wide, signed in the maquette Ref: Horswell, Jane - Bronze Sculpture of Les Animaliers, Reference and Price Guide, p.148

£2,000 - £3,000

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621 A pair of Lowestoft sauce boats, moulded in relief with floral roundels and foliage, painted with chinoiserie scenes, the interior with flowerhead and scrolls, 18.75cm wide, painter`s mark, c.1765 £200 - £300

620

620 A Liverpool Liverbird pattern tea bowl, coffee cup and saucer, in cobalt blue, c.1770 £200 - £300

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626 A Bow figure, of a scantily draped boy, holding a basket, wearing a floral garland and chaplet, 14cm high, c.1760; a Bow group, with two birds perched on branches, a dismal hound at the side, encrusted with flowers and foliage, 17cm high, c.1760 (2) £200 - £300

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622 A Lowestoft Two Bird pattern tea bowl and saucer, coloured in iron red and cobalt blue, c.1770 See Sheena Smith, Porcelain in the Norwich Museum Vol 2, no.154 £200 - £300 623 A near pair of Bow cartouche shaped vases, moulded with mask and painted with flowers, outlined in gilt and turquoise, fluted bases, issuing with lofty floral encrusting, picked out in gilt, 29.5cm high, red anchor and dagger, c.1760 £150 - £200

624 A Bow cartouche shaped vase, moulded with mask and painted with flowers, outlined in gilt and turquoise, fluted base, issuing with lofty floral encrusting, picked out in gilt, 29.5cm high, c.1760 £150 - £200

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627 A Bow figure, of a scantily draped cherub, holding a puppy, wearing a floral chaplet and garland, picked out in colours, 11.5cm high, c.1760 £150 - £200

625 A Bow flower pot, ribbed and painted with colourful summer flowers, lofty floral encrusting, in colours, 21.5cm high, c.1760 £120 - £180

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628 A Bow figure, of a scantily draped cherub, holding a basket, wearing a floral chaplet, picked out in colours, five footed scroll base, 14.5cm high, c.1760 £120 - £180

629 A Chelsea tapering cylindrical cream jug, painted with colourful bouquet of summer flowers, iron red rim, 6cm high, red anchor, c.1755 £100 - £150

630 A Chelsea shaped circular plate, the field with urn, floral garland and insects, the rim with husk swags, puce band, gilt dentil rim, 22.5cm diam, c.1780 £100 - £150

631 A Chelsea shaped circular plate, painted with flowers and sprigs, iron red border, 20cm diam, red anchor, c.1755; a shaped square Chantilly sprig plate, blue line border, 19cm wide, c.1790; a Swansea shaped plate, with flowers and foliage, in colours, 22.5cm diam, c.1810 (faults) (3) £60 - £100

632 A Chelsea silver shape leaf dish, painted with scattered flowers, shell handles, gilt line borders, 26cm wide, red anchor, 1752 - 1756 £300 - £500

633 A Chelsea shaped oval dish, painted with scattered flowers, the border in relief with leaves in iron-red and green, 27cm wide, red anchor, 1752 - 1756 £150 - £200

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634 A Chelsea two-handled cartouche shaped vase, painted with insects and butterflies, issuing with lofty floral encrusting, picked out in gilt, 29.5cm high, gold anchor 1756 - 1769 £100 - £150

635 A Chelsea shaped circular plate, painted with colourful summer flowers, the border moulded with scrolls and picked out in gilt, 22.5cm diam, gold anchor mark, c.1756 - 1769 £100 - £150 636 A Newhall part tea service, comprising six tea bowls, six saucers, two bowls and cream jug, each banded with red and green foliage sprigs and grey scrolls, c.1800 £100 - £150

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642 A pair of Coalport shaped circular Botanical plates, painted by Stephen Lawrence, with floral studies, the rims with three relief moulded cartouches, each with floral sprays, on pink grounds, leafy yellow and gilt rims, 23cm diam; a similar comport, 24cm diam, c.1839 - 1845

See Godden - Coalport and Coalbrookdale Porcelain, p.71, plate 145 £80 - £120

637

637 Moet & Chandon Dry Imperial 1966, 75ml; others, 1978; etc (3) £200 - £300

643

643 A Coalport teacup and saucer, painted by John Randall, with fanciful birds, in flight and perched on branches, blue and gilt scroll border, c.1840 £120 - £180

640

640 A Coalport two-handled vase and cover, encrusted with flowers and foliage, on a cobalt blue ground, picked out in gilt, 42cm high, c.1850 £100 - £150

641 A Coalport circular plate, painted with colourful summer flowers, the border with three cartouches each with roses on a cobalt blue ground, gadrooned rim, 26cm diam, impressed mark; a Chamberlain’s Worcester pen tray, the sides painted with colourful summer flowers, gilt line rims, 21.5cm long, script mark; a Chamberlain’s plate, the field painted with large flowers, yellow and gilt banded borders, 22cm diam, 19th century (3) £100 - £150

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644 A Coalport wall pocket, painted in the manner of John Randall, with fancy birds perched on branches within gilt cartouche, on a scale pink ground, chevron border in relief, leafy scroll to sides, 19.5cm high, c.1840 See Messanger, Coalport, plate 146, p.193 for identical example £300 - £500

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645 A set of nine Coalport circular plates, painted in the Imari palette, in the Chinese Export manner, with stylised flowers and foliage, 23cm diam, mid 19th century £70 - £100

652

652 A Derby biscuit figure group, modelled by George Potts Cocker, with lady and gentleman musicians, she with a lute, he with a flute, on a rococo sofa, 22cm wide, c1810-20 £300 - £400

653 A pair of Derby two-handled pedestal urnular bisque vases, applied in relief with floral swags, stiff leaves and flutes, square plinths, 15.5cm high, c.1790 Winifred Dibben Collection Labels; another, smaller, encrusted with blue and white flowers, 13cm high, c.1790 (3) £200 - £250

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646 A Coalport two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted to front and verso with colourful summer flowers, within gilt cartouche, on a turquoise ground, the neck and base picked out in gilt, 18cm high, c.1840 £150 - £200

Derby and Associated Factories

650 A Derby Patch Mark flower pot, banded in gilt, lofty floral encrusting, in colours, 13.5cm high, c.1770 £100 - £150

654

654 A Derby botanical circular plate, painted by Quaker Pegg with Orange Flower Scented Flag, gilt Regency scroll border, 22cm diam, crown, crossed batons, D and script title in red, numeral 13 in gilt, 18 in red, c.1813 - 1815 £300 - £500

651 A Derby Bacchus mask mug, moulded in relief with bearded face, wearing a crown, 9.5cm high, crown, crossed batons and DS mark in puce, c.1790; another (2) £100 - £150

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655 A Derby botanical circular plate, painted by Quaker Pegg with Rose Camelli, gilt Regency scroll border, 22cm diam, crown, crossed batons, D and script title in red, numeral 18 in red, c.1813 - 1815 £300 - £500

657 A Derby botanical shell shaped plate, painted by Quaker Pegg with Anemone, gilt Regency scroll border, 23.5cm wide, crown, crossed batons, D and script title in red, numeral 4, c.1813 - 1815 £400 - £600

658 A Derby cartouche shaped vase, moulded with scrolls and painted with flowers, outlined in gilt and turquoise, issuing with lofty floral encrusting, picked out in gilt, 16cm high, c.1770 £100 - £150

659 A Derby circular plate, pattern 33 painted with colourful summer flowers, the rim with four specimens, gilt line rim, 22cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800; a pair of Bloor Derby shaped circular plates, painted with humming birds, floral moulded borders, 22.5cm diam, crown and D mark, c.1820; a Derby circular plate, painted with crest, 24.5cm diam, c.1800 (4) £80 - £120

660 A Derby coffee can and saucer, painted with interlaced cornflowers and foliage, in red, green and gilt, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800; a Bute shaped bat printed teacup, with abbey ruins, picked out in brown and gilt, c.1820 (2) £60 - £100

661 A Derby coffee can, pattern 60, painted with roses, and cornflowers, crown, crossed baton and D mark in red, c.1800; others, Spode; Swansea; an English Porcelain tea bowl, c.1800; etc (6) £50 - £80

656

662 A Derby cornucopia, painted with fruit, above relief moulded puce curtain, the base with leaves in tones of green, 21cm high, crown in red £100 - £150

656 A Derby botanical quatrefoil tureen stand, painted by Quaker Pegg with Ten Weeks Stock, gilt Regency scroll border, 22cm wide, crown, crossed batons, D and script title in red, c.1813 - 1815 £150 - £200

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668 A Derby Mansfield decorated coffee can, tea bowl and saucer, decorated with black and gilt leaves, c.1800 £50 - £70

669 A Derby Named View circular plate, In Italy, the border in gilt with Regency acanthus leaves, 19cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1820 £60 - £100 663

663 A 19th century percussion pistol, inscribed Edward Bassett, Dublin, 11cm octagonal steel sighted barrel signed on the top flat, engraved with foliage to the action, barrel tang and hammer, chequered walnut bag butt, 21cm long, c.1810 £150 - £200 664 A Derby figure, of a scantily draped cherub, holding a basket, wearing a floral chaplet and garland, picked out in colours, 10cm high, c.1770; others, similar (4) £120 - £180

665 A Derby figure, The Welch Tailor’s Wife, she sits astride a goat with suckling kid, wearing a broad brimmed hat, blouse and skirt, a child in her arms, a basket with two babies on her back, scroll base, 14.5cm high, incised N.62 £60 - £100

670

670 A Derby Named View two-handled campana shaped vase, painted with ‘In Italy’, within canted gilt cartouche, the ground with gilt Regency scrolls, spreading circular base, square plinth, 32.5cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1810 £200 - £300

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666 A Derby flared cylindrical teacup and saucer, pattern 269, painted by William Billingsley, with gilt panels of roses, the ground heightened with gilt stars and `jewels`, gilt rims, crown, crossed batons, dots, D, pattern number in red, c.1800 £180 - £220

671 A Derby oval teapot stand, decorated with a broad band of iron-red and gilt waves, banded turquoise, brown and gilt border, 18cm wide, c.1790; another, with yellow roses in gilt diamond cartouches, iron red and gilt borders, 16.5cm diam, c.1790 (2) £60 - £100

667 A Derby garniture of three campana shaped vases, upscrolled gilt handles issuing from rams` heads, painted with landscape and cottage, circular gilt frame reserved on a cobalt ground, on flared gilt foot and square base, 15cm and 19cm high, c.1825 £200 - £300

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672 A Derby Patch Mark Chelsea Season figure, Emblematic of Autumn, the sportsman stands wearing a brimmed hat, light green jacket, and yellow, breeches, a dog at his feet, before bocage and a gun, 12cm high, incised 125, c.1800 £60 - £100

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673 A Derby Patch Mark figure, Allegorical of Autumn, he stands draped in a leopard skin, wearing a vine chaplet, holding a bunch of grapes and a goblet, 13.5cm high, incised No.64 £180 - £220 674 A Derby Patch Mark figure, Allegorical of Summer, she stands holding a scythe and posy, a bundle of corn at her side, scroll base, 13cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100

675 A Derby Patch Mark figure,The Turk’s Companion, turquoise robe, 9.5cm high, c.1770; a Derby Patch Mark figure, Allegorical of the Senses, Smell, modelled as a youth, in fanciful dress, with cloak draped over his knee, seated beside a hound, 18cm high,c.1770; etc (3) £150 - £200 676 A Derby Patch Mark figure,Time Clipping the Wings of Love, Father Time restraining Cupid, with sands of time, globe, bow and arrow at his feet, 21cm high, c.1770 £150 - £200 677 A Derby Patch Mark pedestal ewer, painted with oval cartouche with classical lady, the verso with classical landscape, the ground with vertical gilt bands, ram’s mask to handle terminal, wavy rim, square base, 29cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100 678 A pair of Derby two-handled pedestal ovoid vases, decorated in the Imari palette, gilt swan handles, square plinths, 21cm high, painted crown and circle mark, c.1790 £70 - £100

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679 A Derby Porter mug, pattern 45, decorated with chantilly sprigs, deep banded border with entwined gilt foliage and cornflowers, angular handle, 13cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red £70 - £100

680 A Derby shaped circular plate, pattern 232, painted probably by Wardle, with roses, gilt husk and apple green border, 22.5cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, a Derby bowl, pattern 195, painted with green sprigs, 24.5cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce (2) See Twitchett, Derby Porcelain, p.135 £100 - £150

681 A Derby spirally fluted jug, pattern 84, banded in salmon and gilt, with tendrils, wishbone handle, 6.75cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce, c.1790; another, Imari, pattern 47, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red (2) £60 - £80 682 A Derby tea bowl, pattern 129, painted with cornflower sprigs, gilt line rim, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce; a Bloor Derby coffee can and saucer, painted with landscape and church, crown and D mark, c.1820; a Derby fluted tea bowl and saucer, pattern 110, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce; other late 18th and 19th century teaware (7) £60 - £100

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683 A Derby teapot, cover and stand, pattern 742, decorated in tones of blue with oak leaves and gilt foliage, the acanthus moulded spout gilt with leafy scrollwork, slightly domed cover, gilt button finial, 25cm wide over handle, crown, crossed batons, dots, D, c.1815; a similar two-handled sucrier; a Derby ovoid teapot, pattern 128, painted in blue and gilt with wave bands, on salmon ground borders, crowned crossed batons marks in puce, c.1785-90 (3) £100 - £150

688 A large Derby two-handled half-fluted tureen cover and stand, well painted with bouquets of colourful summer flowers and sprigs, the lobes feathered in gilt, domed cover, large pine cone finial, 40cm wide over handles, painted crown, crossed batons, D and gilder’s no. 37 of John Whitaker in red, c.1800 £400 - £600

689 A large Derby two-handled pedestal ovoid tureen and cover, painted with a broad band of roses in oval cartouches joined by stylised flowers and foliage, pointed handles, slightly domed cover, leafy entwined cover handle, 46cm wide, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £100 - £150

684 A Derby two-handled half-fluted tureen cover and stand, well painted with bouquets of colourful summer flowers and sprigs, the lobes feathered in gilt, domed cover, large pine cone finial, 17.5cm wide over handles, painted crown, crossed batons, D and gilder’s no. 37 of John Whitaker in red, c.1800 £60 - £100 685 A Derby two-handled pedestal ovoid tureen, cover and stand, painted with scattered roses, pointed handles, slightly domed cover, leafy entwined cover handle, 22cm wide, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800; a similar Bloor ovoid sucrier and cover, flowers finial, 9.5cm high, c.1820 (2) £60 - £100

686 A Derby type figure, of Dr Syntax, tied to a tree, struggling to get free, a dislodged hat and wig on the ground, shaped domed oval green base, gilt line rim, 10.5cm high, c.1820 £60 - £100

690

690 A 19th century bar hammer six-shot percussion pepperbox revolver, 7cm barrel, ring trigger, foliate engraved rounded action, bar hammer, back-strap and butt-cap, twopiece wooden grip, 21cm long, c.1845 £200 - £300

687 A Derby wrythen moulded sucrier and cover, pattern 54, sparsely decorated with gilt sprigs, banded cobalt blue and gilt, bud finial, 13.5cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce, c.1790; others, two-handled boat shaped, pattern 52 and 42; etc (4) £60 - £100

691

691 A pair of Derby Botanical circular plates, painted with China Rose and Double Hollyhock, within gilt line border, 22cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £200 - £300

692 A pair of Derby fluted coffee cups, decorated with colourful summer swags, gilt dentil rims, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce, c.1790 £60 - £100

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693 A pair of Derby Named View circular plates, In Italy and In North Wales, the borders in gilt with Regency acanthus leaves, 22cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D marks in red, c.1820 £100 - £150

695 A pair of Derby two-handled campana shaped vases, painted with summer flowers in canted square cartouches, the ground with gilt Regency scrolls, snake scroll handles, 17cm high, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red, c.1800 £300 - £400

694 A pair of Derby teacups and saucers, pattern 128, painted in blue and gilt with wave bands, on salmon ground borders, crowned crossed batons marks in puce c.1785-90; a Derby fluted teacup and saucer, pattern 109, decorated in gilt with foliate sprigs, crown, crossed batons, D mark; two similar tea bowls, pattern 32, banded in salmon and applied in gilt with gilt scrolling foliage, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce (5) £60 - £100

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696 A Bloor Derby campana shaped pot pourri vase, decorated with gilt scrolling foliage on a cobalt blue ground, the pierced border with four masks, bold paw feet, quatrefoil base, 9.5cm high, crown and D mark, c.1820; a Derby cylindrical butter pot and cover, integrated stand, decorated with panels of colourful summer flowers, within gilt cartouches on a cobalt blue ground, button finial, 14cm wide, c.1820; a Crown Derby ribbed ovoid teapot and cover, decorated in the Imari palette, ribbed spout and loop handle, 15cm high, printed mark, date code for 1889 (3) £70 - £100

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699 697 A pair of Bloor Derby navette shaped dishes, painted by Richard Dodson, with birds perched on branches at the water’s edge, in extensive landscapes, within broad borders with gilt leafy scrolls on a cobalt blue ground, 30cm wide, printed circular mark, c.1820 £200 - £250

698 A pair of Bloor Derby ewers, painted with colourful summer flowers within a gilt oval cartouche, the apple green ground with gilt foliage, stiff leaves, lobed necks, high loop handles with horn terminal, square base, 27cm high, c.1815 £60 - £100

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699 A Bloor Derby garniture of vases, painted by Thomas Steel, with ripe fruit on marble bases within shaped oval cartouches, cobalt blue ground, gilt handles and everted rims, square bases, 21cm high and 17.5cm high, printed circle mark, c.1820 £300 - £400

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702 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, Allegorical of The Elements, Fire, he stands holding a blazing torch, in colourful dress, 19.5cm high, S.H., crown, crossed batons and D mark in red; another, Royal Crown Derby, Earth, holding grapes, cabbage and a spade, Greek key pattern canted square base, 20cm high, printed marks (2) £60 - £100

703 A Derby Crown Porcelain Company dinner service, comprising four graduated meat plates, two sauce tureens and covers, soup tureen, vegetable tureen, eighteen dinner plates, eleven soup plates; etc, each printed overall with scrolling blue foliage, impressed and printed marks, c.1890 £200 - £300

704 A Derby Crown Porcelain Company plate, painted by Rouse and Deakin, signed, with Italian lakescape, within gilt cartouche, the border with gilt tree and game birds on a yellow ground, 23cm diam, printed mark, retailed by Tiffany & Co, New York, c.1880 £100 - £150

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700 A Sampson Hancock Derby chocolate cup, cover and stand, well painted with colourful summer flowers in an oval gilt cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with gilt anthemions and scrolls, raised beaded border, domed cover, bud and leaf finial, S, H, crown , crossed batons and D mark in puce £100 - £150

705 A Derby Crown Porcelain Company plate, painted by Rouse and Deakin, signed, with Italian lakescape, within gilt cartouche, the border with gilt tree and partridges, on a yellow ground, 23cm diam, printed mark, retailed by Tiffany & Co, New York, c.1880 £100 - £150 706 A Lynton porcelain casket and cover, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, the cover well painted with Chatsworth within a gilt acanthus cartouche, the cobalt blue ground with vertical turquoise bands, applied in gilt with beaded swags and foliage, 29cm wide, printed mark £1,000 - £1,500

701 A Sampson Hancock Derby campana shaped pastille burner, decorated with roses and forget-me-nots, gilt line borders, lofty pierced cover, flame finial, quatrefoil base, 14.5cm high, S.H, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red £70 - £100

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706A A Derby Crown Porcelain Company plate, painted by Rouse and Deakin, signed, with Italian coast, within gilt cartouche, the border with gilt tree and quail, on a yellow ground, 23cm diam, printed mark, retailed by Tiffany & Co, New York, c.1880 £100 - £150

708 A Lynton porcelain miniature canted rectangular plaque, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with Kingfisher perched on a branch, within beaded gilt cartouche, within turquoise border, ribbon tied silver gilt frame, cast with stiff leaves, 10.5cm x 6.75cm £100 - £200

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707

709 A pair of Royal Crown Derby Mansion House dwarves, richly attired in 17th century cavalier costume, one standing, wearing a broad brimmed hat, with advert for Auction of Elegant Household Furniture, wearing a floral waistcoat, the other with moustache, he stands left hand on his hip, grasping a staff in his right, with tall hat, 16.5cm and 18cm high, printed mark (2) £150 - £200

707 A Lynton porcelain coffee can and stand, painted by Stefan Nowaki, signed, with sailing galleons off harbour side, within oval gilt acanthus cartouche, on a scale blue ground picked out in gilt with swags, printed mark, signed with gilt monogram £200 - £300

707A A Derby Crown Porcelain Company plate, painted by Rouse and Deakin, signed, with Italian castle, within gilt cartouche, the border with gilt tree and snipe on a yellow ground, 23cm diam, printed mark, retailed by Tiffany & Co, New York, c.1880 £100 - £150

710 A pair of Royal Crown Derby Chelsea Birds, standing on a branch with wings partly stretched, domed pierced and scrolled quatrefoil base, encrusted with flowers, 15.5cm high, printed mark £150 - £200

711

711 A rare Royal Crown Derby figure group, The Bull Fighter and Bull, modelled by Edward Drew, 13cm high, printed marks £300 - £400

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712 A rare Royal Crown Derby figure, sculpted by Miss M R Locke, Wings, standing, naked looking upwards in a stylised pose, overall in gilt, black circular base, printed mark, date code for 1934 £600 - £1,000

713 A rare Royal Crown Derby posy vase, in the form of an upturned wicker hat, coloured in mottled tones of brown, pink, green and gilt, 17cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1895 £100 - £150

714 A Royal Crown Derby Bird of Paradise trial plate, printed in gilt on a azure ground, heraldic border, 26.5cm diam, printed mark; another, orange ground, printed mark (2) £100 - £150

715 A Royal Crown Derby British Birds coffee set, for six, painted by J McLaughlin, signed with Lapwing, Oystercatcher, Mallard, Tufted Duck, Dipper and Common Sandpiper, within a gilt rectangular cartouche, lemon ground, with gilt stars and roundels, gadrooned border, printed mark, titled, cased £400 - £600

716 A Royal Crown Derby Chelsea Bird, standing on a branch with wings partly stretched, domed pierced and scrolled triform base, encrusted with flowers, 15cm high, printed mark £150 - £200

717 A Royal Crown Derby Chelsea Bird, standing on a branch with wings partly stretched, domed pierced and scrolled triform base, encrusted with flowers, 15cm high, printed mark £150 - £200 712

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718 A Royal Crown Derby figures, Allegorical of The Element, Water, with net over her shoulder and fish in her skirt, Greek key pattern canted square base, 20cm high, printed mark, boxed £70 - £100

722 A set of four Royal Crown Derby figures, Allegorical of the Seasons, Spring, she stands, bare footed with two floral rings, long flowing skirt, Summer, he stands bare footed with scythe and wheatsheaf, Autumn, she stands bare footed, holding a bunch of grapes aloft and others in her skirt, a grape chaplet in her hair and Winter, he stands arms folded skating, wearing a broad brimmed hat and fur line coat, dead game tied to a sash, each on pierced scroll and anthemion moulded shaped circular bases, 24cm high, printed mark £200 - £300

719 A Royal Crown Derby Peacock, modelled by Whitaker, tail down, picked out in gilt and colours, perched on a flowering urn, S-scroll base, 24cm high, printed mark red £150 - £200

720 A Royal Crown Derby Peacock, modelled by Whitaker, tail down, picked out in gilt and colours, perched on a flowering urn, S-scroll base, 24cm high, printed mark red £150 - £200

723 A set of twelve Royal Crown Derby figures, modelled by Edward Drew, Romeo, Juliet, Flower and Fruit Seller, Shepherd, Shepherdess, Harvest Time, Stepping Stones, Joy, Springtime, The First Attempt, Peace, approx 12cm high, printed mark, c.1959 £150 - £250 724 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern pedestal ovoid vases and covers, spire finials, elaborate scroll handles, spreading circular bases, canted square platforms, 43cm high, printed marks £1,000 - £1,200

725

725 An Armand & Marseille (Germany) sprayed composition jointed doll, sleeping blue glass eyes, painted features, open mouth, two top teeth, impressed marks `A.M. Germany 518./8.K, 63cm high £40 - £60

721

721 A Royal Crown Derby pedestal ovoid vase, painted by Desire Leroy, signed, with colourful flower, within gilt oval cartouche surround by gilt, turquoise and white lobes, on a cobalt blue ground, acanthus capped angular handles to shoulders, the neck and base with gilt foliate tendrils and dots on an emerald ground, 19cm high, printed mark, c.1905, F378/1363 £300 - £500

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726 A Royal Crown Derby Burghley House twohandled pedestal ovoid vase and cover, commissioned by Sinclairs, 18cm high, printed mark, certificate, limited edition 11/50, boxed; another, similar, Harewood House (2) £80 - £120

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727 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern pedestal ovoid vases and covers, spire finials, elaborate scroll handles, spreading circular bases, canted square platforms, 31.5cm high, printed marks £600 - £700 728 mark

730 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern dressing table candlesticks, 16cm high, printed marks, date code for 1912; a similar 2451 pattern shaped oval tray, 32cm wide, date code for 1910; a pair of dressing table jars and covers, 8cm high, date code for 1914; a pair of 6299 pattern heart shaped trinket boxes and covers, 5.75cm wide, date code for 1911; etc (9) £180 - £220

A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Bull, printed £60 - £100

731 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern two-handled basket, solid gold border, pattern 1919, 28.5cm wide, printed mark £400 - £500

729 A Derby Crown Porcelain cabaret set, decorated in the Imari palette, comprising canted rectangular teapot and cover, milk jug and cover, sucrier and cover, two teacups and saucers, two-handled canted rectangular tray, tray 36cm wide, printed marks £200 - £250

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732 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern pedestal shaped square Dolphin centrepiece, all gold border, dolphins to angles, quatrefoil base, 24cm wide, printed mark £400 - £500

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740 A Tag Heuer Professional 200 meters lady’s wristwatch, quartz movement, black dial with applied baton and dagger luminous markers, date aperture, numbered WD1420 G20, Tag Heuer bi metal bracelet with deployant clasp £100 - £120 733

741 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Rowsley Rabbit, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 481/500, boxed £200 - £300

733 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Cheshire Cat, commissioned for John Sinclair, printed mark, 415/500, certificate, boxed £400 - £600

742 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Buxton Badger, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 329/500, boxed £300 - £500

734 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Endangered Species Imperial Panda, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 80/1,000, boxed £70 - £100

743 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Ashbourne Hedgehog, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 317/500, boxed £300 - £500

735 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Endangered Species Queensland Koala, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 80/1,000, boxed £50 - £70

744 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Endangered Species Savannah leopard, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 80/1,000, boxed £200 - £300

736 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Endangered Species Madagascan Tortoise, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 80/1,000, boxed £60 - £100

745 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Endangered Species Rhino, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 80/1,000, boxed £180 - £220

737 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Endangered Species Imperial Panda, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 943/1,000, boxed £70 - £100

746 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Deer, printed mark, gold stopper, boxed £150 - £250

738 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Endangered Species Galapagos Penguin, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 80/1,000, boxed £70 - £100

747 A Royal Crown Derby Tatton Hall two-handled pedestal ovoid vase and cover, commissioned by Sinclairs, 18cm high, printed mark, certificate, limited edition 41/50, boxed; others, Haddon Hall; Blenheim (3) £120 - £180

739 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Stoney Middleton Squirrel, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 79/500, boxed £250 - £350

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748 A Royal Crown Derby Mansion House dwarf, richly attired in 17th century cavalier costume, standing, his left hand on his hip, grasping a staff in his right, with tall hat, 18cm high, printed mark £150 - £200

756 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Falcon, printed mark, gold stopper £50 - £70

749 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Unicorn, designed to celebrate the New Millennium, printed mark, gold stopper, 736/2,000, boxed £150 - £200 750 Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Queen Mother’s 100th Crown, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 863/950, boxed £60 - £100 751 Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Golden Jubilee Heraldic Crown, gold stopper, printed mark, boxed, certificate no. 863/950 £60 - £100

752 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Coronation Orb, printed mark, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 863/950, boxed £60 - £100

758 & 759

753 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight,The Mulberry Hall Baby Elephant, gold stopper, certificate, limited edition 34/950, boxed £80 - £120

758 An Abbeydale Chrysanthemum pattern pagoda and cover, typically decorated with chrysanthemums, stylised foliage and trellis, in red, black and gilt, lofty gilt finial, 42cm high, printed mark £300 - £400

754 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Hippopotamus, gold stopper, printed mark, boxed, certificate, limited edition 404/2,500 £80 - £120

759 An Abbeydale Chrysanthemum pattern pagoda and cover, typically decorated with chrysanthemums, stylised foliage and trellis, in red, black and gilt, lofty gilt finial, 32cm high, printed mark £100 - £150

760 An Abbeydale Chrysanthemum pattern ten-sided bowl, 26cm diam, printed mark £60 - £100

Pinxton

761

761 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern No. 9, decorated with grey swags with green and yellow leaves, the saucer 14.5cm diam, marked 9, c.1800

755

755 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern ewer, gilt spout, handle and quatrefoil base, 25.5cm high, printed mark £120 - £180 For more images please visit

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762 A Pinxton boat shaped teapot and cover, pattern No. 275, decorated in puce and gilt with bands of scrolling fern, angular scroll handle, 23cm ;long, the cover marked N.275, c.1800 £150 - £200

766

766 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern No. 312, decorated in green and gilt with bands of scrolling lilies, the saucer 14.5cm diam, c.1800 £100 - £150 763

763 A Pinxton Bute shape tea cup and saucer, decorated in green, blue and red with an elaborate sprig, gilt borders, the saucer 14.5cm diam, c.1800, paper collection label, Ht.1692; another saucer, conforming (3)

Reference: Gent, N.D., The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton Porcelain Factory 1796 - 1813 (Pinxton 1996), Fig. No. 119, p.101 £100 - £150

767

767 A Pinxton coffee can and Bute shaped teacup, decorated with cornflower sprigs, banded in iron red with gilt cartouches, c.1800 £100 - £200

764

764 A Pinxton Bute shape tea cup and saucer, pattern No. 272, decorated in puce, purple, yellow, green and gilt with bands of crocus, the saucer 14cm diam, c.1800 £100 - £150

768

768 A Pinxton coffee can and saucer, pattern No. 312, decorated in red and gilt with bands of scrolling lilies, the saucer 14.5cm diam, marked 312, c.1800 £150 - £180

765 A Pinxton Bute shape tea cup, pattern No. 13, black line border, 6cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

769 A Pinxton coffee can, Bute shape tea cup and saucer, pattern No. 275, decorated in puce and gilt with bands of scrolling fern, the saucer 14.5cm diam, c.1800 £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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765, 772, 777, 783 & 784

771

770

771 A Pinxton coffee can, Bute teacup and saucer, pattern No. 312, decorated in red and gilt with bands of scrolling lilies, the saucer 14.5cm diam, marked 312, c.1800 £150 - £200

770 A Pinxton coffee can, Bute teacup and saucer, pattern No. 14, with cornflower sprigs, blue line borders, the saucer 14.5cm diam, c.1800 £100 - £150

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772 A Pinxton coffee can, pattern No. 14, decorated in blue and green with sprigs, blue line borders, 6cm high, c.1800 £100 - £150

775

775 A Pinxton fluted coffee can, Bute teacup and saucer, pattern No. 314, decorated with cornflower sprigs, below gilt swags and band of alternating roundels and diamonds, gilt line borders, the saucer 14.5cm diam, c.1800 See: N D Gent, The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, p.69 £200 - £300

773

773 A Pinxton coffee can, pattern No. 283, decorated in gilt with scrolling foliate band, marked 283, c.1800 £70 - £100

776

776 A Pinxton fluted coffee can, decorated with foliate band in yellow, red and grey, gilt line borders, c.1800 See: N D Gent,The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, fig 115, p.99 £70 - £100

777 A Pinxton oval cream jug, pattern No. 301, decorated in polychrome and gilt with a band of scrolling swags, gilt line borders, high handle, 12cm high, marked EF in puce script, c.1800 Gent notes a service in Pattern No. 301 where many pieces are marked in this way. £100 - £150

774

778 A Pinxton oval sucrier and cover, pattern No. 275, decorated in puce and gilt with bands of scrolling fern, moulded loop handles to sides, 16cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150

774 A Pinxton cylindrical mug, painted in monochrome with cattle watering above gilt leaf border, gilt rim, 9.5cm high, c.1800 £200 - £300

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783 A Pinxton straight fluted coffee can, decorated in blue and gilt with a band of interlaced navettes, 6.5cm high, c.1800

Reference: Gent, N.D., The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton Porcelain Factory 1796 - 1813 (Pinxton 1996), Fig. No. 84, p.89 £100 - £150 784 A Pinxton straight fluted coffee can, decorated in red and green with scrolling floral swags, gilt sprigs and line borders, 6.5cm high, impressed D, c.1800

Reference: Gent, N.D., The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton Porcelain Factory 1796 - 1813 (Pinxton 1996), Fig. No. 108, p.97 £100 - £150 779

779 A Pinxton porter mug, pattern 44, decorated with cornflower sprigs and undulating band, blue line borders, 13cm high, marked 44, c.1800 Haynes Collection label See: N D Gent, The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, fig 115, p.99 £150 - £200

780 A Pinxton shaped circular plate, pattern No. 275, decorated in puce and gilt with bands of scrolling fern, 19.5cm diam, c.1800 £60 - £100 785

785 Brookhill Hall Service - a Pinxton coffee can, pattern 221, painted with landscape within oval leafy cartouches gilt line borders,c.1800

Reference: C. Barry Sheppard - Pinxton Porcelain 1795 1813, p.108, 109 N D Gent - The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, p.63 £150 - £200

781

781 A Pinxton shaped circular saucer dish, pattern No. 330, decorated in the Imari palette and gilt with a compartmented border of stylised flowers, 19.5cm diam, c.1800 £60 - £100

786

786 Rev Wilmot Service - two Pinxton fluted Bute teacups and a saucer, decorated with gilt star, gilt line borders, the saucer 14.5cm diam, c.1802

782 A Pinxton shell shaped dish, pattern No. 312, decorated in green and gilt with bands of scrolling lilies, 19cm wide, c.1800 £70 - £100 For more images please visit

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789 A Pinxton fluted oval sucrier and cover, pattern no.46, decorated with cornflowers and gilt sprigs, domed cover, loop handle, 13.5cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150

790 A Pinxton oval sucrier and cover, drop ring handles, pattern no.1, decorated with deep band of gilt seaweed, 15.5cm wide, c.1796 £100 - £150

787

787 A Pinxton circular plate, pattern no.1, the interior painted with Near Llangollen, North Wales, the rim decorated with deep band of gilt seaweed, 21.5cm diam, c.1796 £150 - £250

791

791 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern No. 218, painted with landscape, the saucer 14.5cm diam, marked 218, c.1800 See: N D Gent,The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, p.62 £100 - £150

788

788 A Pinxton coffee can, pattern no.1, decorated with deep band of gilt seaweed, c.1796 £70 - £100

792

792 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern No. 218, painted with landscape, the saucer marked Pinxton in gilt, c.1800 See: N D Gent,The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, p.62 £100 - £150

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Worcester

800 A Worcester table centrepiece, the central twohandled elongated ogee shaped vase flanked by two small cornucopia winged vases, printed and painted with wild roses and forget-me-nots on a blush ivory ground, picked out in gilt, moulded borders with stiff leaves and scrolls, 26.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1894, shape no.1705 £70 - £100

794

794 A Worcester Cannon Ball pattern teapot, printed in underglaze blue with pagoda, trees, rock work and cannon balls, trellis border, 9cm high, workman’s mark, c.1770 £70 - £100

801

795 An 18th century Worcester shaped circular plate, decorated with pomegranate, gooseberry and foliage, within crow’s foot border, 19cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770 £60 - £100

801 A Worcester polychrome tea bowl and saucer, painted with colourful summer flowers, crowfoot border, crescent mark, c.1770 £80 - £120

802 A Worcester polychrome sparrow beak milk jug, painted with alternating stylised flowers and sprigs in panels, 8cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100

796 An 18th century Worcester sauce boat, in relief with flutes and cartouches, painted in underglaze blue with fisherman, pagoda and rockwork, scroll handle, 16cm wide, workman’s mark, c.1770 £60 - £100

804 A Worcester Marchioness of Huntley shaped circular plate, painted in coloured enamels with trailing flowers and leaves, within a gilt ‘C’ scroll band and green ground border, 21.5cm diam, c.1770-75; a similar oval dish, 23cm wide, c.1770-75 £100 - £150

797 A Worcester Three Ladies pattern tea bowl and saucer, printed in underglaze blue, crescent mark, c.1770 £80 - £120

799 & 798

798 A Worcester The Fruit and Wreath pattern coffee can, 5.75cm high, crescent mark £60 - £100

805

805 A Worcester L’Amor pattern tea bowl and saucer, signed R Hancock, Fecit, printed in monochrome, c.1770 £200 - £300

799 A Worcester The Fruit and Wreath pattern coffee can, 5.75cm high, crescent mark £60 - £100

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806 A Worcester herringbone and floral pattern tea bowl and saucer, printed in underglaze blue, crescent mark, c.1770 £100 - £150 807 A Worcester Gilliflower pattern fluted tea bowl and saucer, transfer printed in underglaze blue, crescent mark, c.1780; a Worcester Mansfield pattern tea bowl and saucer, crescent mark, c.1770 £150 - £250

808 A Worcester Gilliflower leaf pickle dish, 9cm wide, c.1770; a Caughley Cormorant pattern strainer, cell border, 8cm diam, c.1780; a Caughley Cormorant pattern wine taster. leaf handle, 5cm diam, c.1780 (3) (faults) £100 - £150 809 A Worcester Fruit and Wreath pattern tea bowl and saucer, printed in underglaze blue, crescent mark, c.1770 £80 - £120

815

815 A Worcester blue and white Three Flowers pattern sparrow beak milk jug, printed with flowers, foliage and butterfly, tramline border, 12cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100

810 A Worcester Flight Barr and Barr Imari dessert service, comprising six shaped circular plates, two shaped square plates, shaped circular dish, each decorated with flowers and foliage, in iron red, blue, pink and gilt, impressed marks £100 - £150

811 A Worcester Fence pattern bowl, transfer printed in blue, double line to rim. 23cm diam, hatched crescent mark, c.1770 £100 - £150

812 A Worcester Cormorant pattern sparrow beak jug, cell border, 11.5cm high, c.1770; a Worcester Chrysanthemum pattern saucer, 11.5cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770; two Worcester domed covers, flower finials, c.1770 (4) £60 - £100

816

816 A Worcester blue and white Fence pattern sparrow beak milk jug, printed with fence, peonies and foliage, 11.5cm high, c.1770; a similar globular teapot and cover, domed flower finial, 15cm high, crescent mark, c.1770 (2) £100 - £150

817 A Worcester Prunus Roots pattern tea bowl and saucer, transfer printed in underglaze blue, printed crescent mark, c.1780 Weiss Collection Label £150 - £250 818 A Worcester European Landscape pattern tea bowl and saucer, transfer printed in underglaze blue, printed hatched crescent, c.1780 £80 - £120 819 A Worcester European Landscape pattern tea bowl and saucer, transfer printed in underglaze blue, printed hatched crescent, c.1780 £80 - £120

813

820 A Worcester Bird in Branches pattern tea bowl and saucer, transfer printed in underglaze blue, printed hatched crescent, c.1780; a similar Mother and Child pattern saucer, hatched crescent and B mark (2) £100 - £150

813 A Worcester coffee can, decorated in underglaze blue with rockwork, pine trees and huts, 6cm high, c.1770 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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821 & 830 821 A pair of Graingers Worcester lobed ovoid pedestal vases, printed and painted with cobwebs, spiders, rose hips and finches, on blush ivory ground, 26.5cm high, printed mark, shape G790, c.1898 £200 - £300

822 A Grainger, Lee & Co. Worcester two-handled sauce boat, decorated with flowers and foliage in tones of blue, picked out in gilt, bud and leaf finial, 19.5cm diam, mid 19th century; a pair of English Porcelain high sauce tureens and covers, painted with floral sprigs, gilt borders, 2.5cm high, pattern 8199; etc (4) £60 - £100 823 A Chamberlain Worcester soup plate, crested, the border with three floral sprays, in an oval gilt cartouche on a sky blue ground, 23.5cm diam, c.1820 £70 - £100

824 A pair of Chamberlain’s Worcester ogee campana shaped two-handled vase, painted in sepia with The Monument and Westminster Hall, the verso with colourful summer flowers within gilt leafy cartouches, the ground with colourful foliate sprigs, leafy scroll handles, leaf and scroll quatrefoil bases, picked out in gilt, 21.5cm high, c.1830 £100 - £150

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829

829 A Royal Worcester moon flask, in Japanesque style, in relief with flamingos, in colours picked out in gilt, angular handles to shoulders, 22cm high, printed crown and circle mark, dated 1974 £300 - £400 830 A Royal Worcester lobed ovoid pot pourri vase, inner cover and pierced domed cover, printed and painted with colourful spring flowers, on a blush ivory ground, the neck in relief with gilt tendrils, 22.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, shape no. 1312, date code for 1910 £150 - £250

825

825 A Royal Worcester ogee ewer, painted by Austin, signed, with large red and pink roses, on a mossy ground, the base and neck in relief with stiff leaves, burnished gilt, spout, leafy scroll handle and spreading circular base, 28cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1910, shape no. H292 £300 - £400

831 A Royal Worcester James Hadley ovoid vase, painted with large pink roses and foliage, the neck and shoulders with stylised tendrils, 11cm high, printed crown and circle mark for 1907 £50 - £80

826 A Royal Worcester ovoid vase, painted by A Watkins, signed, with peacock perched on a branch, 9.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1912, pattern no.2491 £60 - £100

832 A Royal Worcester fruit pattern plate, painted by Brian Cox, signed, with ripe peaches and blackberries, on mossy ground, 26.5cm diam, printed crown and circle mark £100 - £150

827 A Royal Worcester ovoid pot pourri vase, inner cover and cover, painted by M Hunt, signed, with roses and foliage, above a relief moulded basketwork base, domed pierced case, spire finial, 27cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1915 £400 - £600

833 A Royal Worcester flat sided jug, printed and painted with spring flowers on a blush ivory ground, reeded loop handle, 16.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, shape no. 1094, date code for 1890 £80 - £120

828 A Royal Worcester named view chamberstick, painted with a vignette of Malvern, campana sconce, dished shaped circular base, divided scroll handle, picked out in gilt on a claret ground, 11cm wide, impressed and painted marks, c.1870 £50 - £70 For more images please visit

834 A Royal Worcester flared cylindrical vase, painted by Harry Stinton, signed, with Highland cattle on moorland, gilt borders, 15cm high, printed crown and circle marks, date code for 1932, shape no.G923 £60 - £100

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838, 837, 839, 835 & 836

835 A Royal Worcester figure, of a Water Carrier, modelled by James Hadley, she stands barefoot, dressed in turban and long robe pouring from a vase on her shoulder, coloured in tones of powder-blue and gilt, rocky base, 29cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1920, model no.594 £80 - £120

836 A Royal Worcester figure, of a Water Carrier, modelled by James Hadley, he stands, dressed in a turban and long robe, holding a water jar, coloured in tones of powderblue and gilt, rocky base, 22cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1920, model no.1250 £50 - £80

837 A Royal Worcester figure, of a dancing maiden, modelled by James Hadley, she stands, draped in a long flowing dress of burnished gilt, playing castanets, circular base, 32cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1916, model no.1827 £60 - £80

838 A Royal Worcester figure, of a classical maiden playing pipes, she stands, dressed in a long flowing dress, coloured in tones of burnished gilt and green, circular base, 31cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1934, model no. 1828 £60 - £80

840

839 A Royal Worcester figure, Allegorical of Liberty, she stands holding aloft a dove in her open palm, circular base, 42cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, model no. 116/2 £60 - £80 For more images please visit

840 A Royal Worcester figure, modelled by Phoebe Slabler, Sauce, 18cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1935, model no.2881 £100 - £150 97

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843, 842 & 844 841 A Royal Worcester coffee service, painted by George Hundley, with bouquets of sprig flowers, the gilt banded border with white ‘jewelled’ seed pearls, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1874 £80 - £120 842 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Telford and Scotway, signed, with ripe peaches and damsons on a mossy bank, gilt rims, printed mark crown and circle mark in black; a similar shaped circular saucer, painted by Leeman, signed, 15cm diam, printed mark crown and circle mark in black £200 - £300

846

846 A pair of Royal Worcester ovoid vases, painted by Harry Stinton, signed, with Highland cattle on moorland, everted pierced necks, the base in relief with stiff leaves, gilt borders, 7.5cm high, printed crown and circle marks, date code for 1906, shape no.1043 £200 - £300

843 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Harry Ayrton, signed, with ripe blackberries and peaches on a mossy bank, gilt gadrooned rims, printed mark crown and circle mark in black; a similar shaped circular saucer, painted by Leeman, signed, 15cm diam, printed mark crown and circle mark in black £200 - £300

847 A pair of Royal Worcester Hadley figures of musicians, seated on tree stumps, he with a flute, she with a tambourine, decorated in a gilt-shot palette, printed crown and circle marks in green, shape number 1803, c.1890 £200 - £300

844 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Harry Ayrton, signed, with ripe blackberries and grapes on a mossy bank, gilt gadrooned rims, printed crown and circle mark in black; a similar shaped circular saucer, painted by Leeman, signed, 15cm diam, printed crown and circle mark in black £200 - £300

848 A Royal Worcester teacup and saucer, painted by W Bee and H Ayrton respectively, signed, with ripe peaches and plums on a mossy bank, the saucer 13.5cm diam, printed crown and circle, marks in blue and puce £50 - £70 849 A Royal Worcester Three Flowers saucer, printed with floral spray and butterflies within tramline border, 12cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770 £50 - £80

845 A Royal Worcester bowl, painted by S Pilsbury, signed with red and pink roses, gilt borders, shaped rim, 19cm diam, printed crown and circle mark £100 - £150

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850 A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with wild roses, on a blush ivory ground, turquoise neck base and handles, 16.5cm high, crown and circle mark, date code for 1899 £60 - £100 98

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851 A Royal Worcester pot pourri vase and inner cover, painted by Jas Stinton, signed, with pheasants on a moorland, pierced blush ivory rim, flat cover, button finial, paw and leaf feet, 15cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1910, G293 £300 - £500

852 A Royal Worcester teacup and saucer, painted by James Skerrett, signed, the saucer by T Nutt, with peaches, blackberries and cherries, on a mossy ground, gilt gadrooned border, printed crown and circle mark in black £100 - £150 853 A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase and cover, painted by N Creed, signed, with ripe peaches, blackberries and grapes, on a mossy bank, mask handles, domed cover, spire and leaf finial, 35.5cm high, crown and circle mark, shape no.1691 £2,000 - £3,000

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Glass 858 A Waterford Crystal Olympian vase, the pedestal urnular vase cut with columns and stars, faceted spreading circular star cut base, 33cm high, 2000, limited edition 313/500, certificate, boxed This vase was made from the sands of Australia most famous beaches and presented to Waterford Crystal by Australian Olympians £60 - £100

859 Zanetti Licio, Italian, late 20th/early 21st century, a Murano art glass sculpture, of a crane, in light blue, 34.5cm high, signed £120 - £150

860 A Lino Tagliapietra art glass ankle glass boot, with gold fleck inclusions, 26.5cm high, incised Lino Tagliapietra, 65/1001/1980 £600 - £900 861 A Lalique Elizabeth vase, the frosted and clear bowl with sparrows and foliage, square foot, 14cm high, engraved mark, modern £100 - £150

859

862

862 A Loetz iridescent glass vase, in peach, three ribbed loop handles to shoulders, everted neck, 9.5cm high, c.1900 £100 - £150

863 A Loetz type iridescent green vase, the neck applied with bronze dragonflies, 10.5cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

860

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872 A 19th century green glass half-fluted campana vase or wine cooler, everted rim, spreading circular foot, pontil scar to base, 26cm high £60 - £100

873

873 A Bohemian green overlaid decanter and six glasses, the decanter with oval cartouches with windmills and sailing boats, divided by floral scrolls, silver double lip spot, the glasses with alternating green and clear glass panels, knopped stems, octagonal feet, c.1860 £120 - £180 864

864 A Loetz iridescent green glass vase, overlaid in silver with flowerheads and sinuous lines, 8.5cm high, c.1900 £300 - £500

865 A Slovakian amber glass vase, decorated with a broad gilt band of warriors, faceted overall, 20cm high, signed; another, faceted pedestal ovoid vase, 15.5cm high (2) £60 - £100 866 Alfondo Rossi - a clear glass sculpture, of a stylised figure, bubble inclusions, signed, rectangular base, 20th century £100 - £150

867 Alfondo Rossi - a clear glass sculpture, signed, rectangular base, 20th century £100 - £150 868 A 19th Century John Derbyshire pressed glass lime green figure, Britannia, 21cm high, monogrammed £60 - £100

874

874 A large 19th century cut glass circular table centre bowl, probably Irish, notch-cut edge above a broad band of strawberry diamonds, knopped stem, stepped square base, 29cm high, c.1830 £60 - £100

870 A 19th century Bohemian ruby lustre, acid etched with stags, hounds, stylised foliage and scrolls, everted shaped rim, conforming base, 21.5cm high, c.1880; a pedestal sweetmeat dish, cut with stars and roundels, 17cm, diam, c.1880 (2) £100 - £150

875 A pair of Victorian clear glass trumpet shaped mantel lustres, each cut with stars and hung with nine notchcut droppers, circular bases, 23cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

871 A 19th century Bohemian glass tyg, decorated in raised gilt with leafy C-scroll cartouches, gilt line to rim, 14.5cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

876 A pair of Victorian frosted white glass lustres, green rims, prismatic lustres, 21cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100

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879 An 18th century wine glass, bell shaped bowl, opaque twist stem, spreading circular foot, 16.5cm high, c.1770; another, air twist stem; another (3) £60 - £100

880 An 18th century wine glass, conical bowl, opaque twist stem with double helix around a core, domed spreading circular foot, 15cm high, c.1765 £60 - £80

882 & 881

881 An 18th century wine glass, hemi-ovoid bowl, opaque twist stem with double helix and cotton twist core, spreading circular foot, 15cm high, c.1765 £60 - £100

877

877 A Victorian glass whisky fountain and cover, in the form of a lighthouse, etched with masonry, 59cm high, c.1870 £150 - £250

882 An 18th century wine glass, ogee bowl, opaque twist stem with double helix and dense cotton twist core, spreading circular foot, 13cm high, c.1765 £60 - £100 883 Derbyshire Masonic History - a 19th century drinking glass, engraved with square and compass and inscribed Derby Lodge 1026, 7cm high £40 - £60

Continental Porcelain

889 A Continental crescent shaped two-well standish, decorated with stylised flowers and scrolls, in tones of pink, green and blue, yellow ground, spotted in black, domed covers, gilt metal mount, 15.5cm wide £60 - £100

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890 A 19th century Dutch cartouche shaped Delft wall plaque, painted with figure fishing by windmills, in tones of blue, puce, green and yellow, 37cm x 33cm £100 - £150

878 A Webbs Cameo Fleur circular bowl, overlaid in green with sinuous stems and blossom, on a clear textured ground, 23cm diam, signed, c.1930 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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891 A 19th century French bronze mounted porcelain vase, painted by Lucot, signed, with a courting couple in 18th century dress, to verso with a wooded glade, decorated in raised gilt with scrolling leaves on a cobalt and claret ground, 30cm high, c.1860 £150 - £200 892 A Cantagalli maiolica compressed ovoid vase, decorated with flowers and leafy sprigs in tones of yellow, blue, green and puce, flared neck, 17cm high, painted cockerel mark in puce £60 - £100

894 A Continental maiolica two-handled baluster vase, of Cantagalli type, painted in the 17th century taste with courting couples in idyllic pastoral settings, entwined serpent handles terminating in masks to sides, spreading circular foot, 25cm high, apparently unmarked, 19th century £60 - £100 895 A Continental porcelain rounded rectangular table snuff box, probably Vienna, hinged domed cover painted with embracing classical beauties, to verso with Cupid and Psyche, the base gilt with leafy scrolls and lunettes on a white and claret ground, 8cm wide, late 19th century £100 - £150

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896 A Doccia the Tulipano pattern bowl, tin glazed and painted with stylised flowers and foliage, 20.5cm diam, c.1760 £200 - £300

897 A French porcelain ten sided bowl, in the Chinese taste, decorated in polychrome with flowers, swags and ribbons, 30cm diam, painted marks £100 - £150

898 A German ‘marbled’ stoneware shell shaped flower holder, in relief with honeysuckle, butterflies and acanthus leaves, in tones of brown, quatrefoil base, 20cm wide, c.1890 £60 - £100 899 A German rectangular plaque, painted with young lady holding flower posy, 15.5cm x 11.5cm £400 - £600

900 A gilt metal mounted porcelain novelty table box, as a shell, lustre interior, 16.5cm wide £40 - £60

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902 A Jacob Petite two-handled pedestal urnular vase, painted with colourful summer flowers, the base with swan and hound, 17.5cm high, monogrammed, late 19th century £50 - £80

913 A pair of Berlin figures, as a boy and girl, standing bare footed with baskets, picked out in tones of brown and gilt, 16cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100

904 A Meissen figural three-light candelabrum, modelled with Diana the Huntress, she sits, scantily clad in a yellow dress, her dogs at her side, acanthus moulded sconces on leafy branches applied with flowers, rococo scroll base, 29.5cm high, impressed No. 957, blue crossed swords mark £200 - £300

915 A pair of German figural four-branch, five-light candlesticks, both standing in fancy dress, she with a basket, in pastel tones, pierced scroll bases, picked out in gilt, 40.5cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120

914 A pair of Continental porcelain figures, of cherubs, one, scantily draped with a goblet and bunch of grapes, the other, with ruff and cape, gilt lined square bases, 10.5cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

903 A Meissen coffee cup and saucer, painted with stylised flowers and foliage, puce scale ground, crossed swords in underglaze blue £150 - £200

916 A pair of Italian tin glazed Blackamoor, standing in traditional dress, holding pink and yellow tasselled pillows, on faux marble and paw feet base, 104cm high, 19th century £200 - £300

905 A Meissen figure, of a boy, he stands bare footed, wearing a feathered hat, blue jacket and fancy waistcoat, 12cm high, crossed swords, incised numerals 757 £100 - £150

917 A pair of Paris circular plates, the fields painted with gilt floral roundel and strapwork, the deep rim with stylised leaves and foliage on a yellow ground, 22cm diam, late 19th century £80 - £120

906 A Meissen lobed shaped circular bowl, painted with floral spray and sprigs, banded border in relief with basket work, iron red line rim, 23.5cm diam, crossed swords in underglaze blue, c.1790 £180 - £220

918 A pair of Paris shaped circular plates, the fields painted with colourful summer flowers, the sides with alternating panels of fanciful birds perched and in flight and gilt scrolls on a Bleu Royale grounds, 24cm diam, late 19th century £80 - £120

907 A Meissen quatrefoil cabinet cup and saucer, painted with colourful summer flowers, within a gilt cartouche on a cobalt blue ground, crossed swords in underglaze blue; a pair of Meissen Botanical cabinet cups, painted with forget-me-nots and tulip, in colours, crossed swords; etc (4) £60 - £100

919 A pair of Paris square vases, painted in monochrome with classical ladies in forests, highlighted with coloured foliage, gilt ball feet, dentil rims, 22.5cm high, late 19th century £70 - £100

908 A Meissen Seagull, designed by Max Esser, 1937, 38cm high, impressed marks A1118 £60 - £100

909 A pair Meissen Onion pattern shaped circular plates, printed in underglaze blue and picked out in iron red and gilt, 24cm diam, crossed swords; a set of five shaped circular blue and white onion pattern plates, 23.5cm diam, scored through crossed swords mark (7) £80 - £120 910 A mid 19th century German stoneware vase, geometrically in relief with masks scrolls and beadwork, coloured in tones of blue, green and white, on a tan ground, hinged pewter cover, beaded scroll handle, 28cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150 911 A pair of 19th century German porcelain figural plaques, in relief with figures, in fanciful dress, seated on rustic benches, he with a musical pipe, she with an upturned hat and grapes, 19cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

912 A pair of 19th century German/Austrian terracotta busts of an Eastern lady and gentleman, quatrefoil pedestals, with scrolls to angles, 20.5cm high, W.G. & Co, 12169, c.1890 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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920 A Turkish Iznik bottle vase, decorated with script in alternating shaped reserves, in tones of blue, 27.5cm high £150 - £200

926 A Portuguese majolica circular plate, by M. Mafra, Caldas da Rainha, modelled in the manner Bernard Palissy with lizards, toads and an insect amongst shredded clay foliage, 20.5cm diam, impressed mark, c.1900 £100 - £150

921 A pair of Sampson Derby type figures, Musicians, both in fancy dress, she with castanets, a sheep at her feet, he with flute and dog, pierced scroll base, 28cm high, crown, crown and D mark in red, c.1880 £100 - £150

927 A set of four French faience drug jars, painted with naive coats of arms in tones of blue, yellow, ochre and green, 14cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

922 A Paris Rue de la Fontaine-au-Roi coffee pot and cover, painted with fanciful birds, perched on gilt branches, gilt borders, gilt bud finial, 27cm high, late 19th century £150 - £200

929 A Sevres coffee can, painted in polychrome with fanciful bird in landscape and floral sprays, gilt scroll borders, c.1775; another, Paris, monochrome, gilt banded borders, c.1820 (2) £60 - £100

923 A pair of Portuguese Palissy style majolica plates, with applied lobster and crab, naturalistic green ground, 24cm diam, late 19th century £60 - £100

930 An Italian maiolica rectangular plaque, moulded in relief with Madonna and Child, coloured in tones of blue yellow and white, 27.5cm x 18cm, painted marks, c.1900 £60 - £100

924 A Portuguese majolica circular plate, by M. Mafra, Caldas da Rainha, modelled in the manner of Bernard Palissy with insects amongst shredded clay foliage, 11.5cm diam, impressed marks, c.1900 £60 - £100

931 An Italian tin glazed bust, Madonna, her robes painted with flowers and foliage, in tones of blue, green and yellow, 9.5cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

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925 A Portuguese majolica circular plate, by M. Mafra, Caldas da Rainha, modelled in the manner Bernard Palissy with lizards and a toad amongst shredded clay foliage,, 21cm diam, impressed mark, c.1900 £100 - £150

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932 A French bonbonniere patch box, in relief with Harlequin mask, the interior with floral sprays, 6cm long, c.1830 £300 - £500 926

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Day Two

Wednesday 9th October at 2.30pm

Silver, Watches & Jewellery

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Plated Ware

962 An E.P.N.S novelty four bottle cruet, as a vintage car, 21cm long £200 - £300

950 A 19th century E.P.B.M novelty inkwell, as a cockerel, he stands, proudly, his head hinged as the cover, waisted circular base, 21cm high, c.1880 £50 - £80

963 An Indian silver coloured metal circular bowl, chased with stylised tigers amongst trees, 11cm diam, c.1900 £40 - £60

951 A Christofle Gallia E.P.N.S wine cradle, 25cm wide; another (2) £50 - £70

964 An E.P.N.S. crumb scoop, embossed with castle ivory haft, 32cm long; a silver plated presentation trowel, engraved, ivorine haft, c.1925 £120 - £180

952 A George III Sheffield plate fluted urnular coffee urn, lofty cover, tall reeded scroll handles, bright-cut engraved border and cartouche outlined with wrigglework, rectangular base, bun feet, 37cm high, c.1790 £100 - £150

Silver

965 A George III silver basting spoon, William Sumner I, London 1801 £70 - £100

953 A George III Sheffield plate oval waiter, quite plain, reeded border, ball feet, 26cm wide, c.1800; another, circular, 20.5cm diam (2) £60 - £100

966 A set of six Norwegian silver gilt and enamel Radhus coffee spoons, by David Andersen, each enamelled in colours, marked DA 925 S Norway, Sterling £100 - £150

954 A George III Sheffield plate pedestal ewer, urnular finial, hinged domed cover, fruitwood handle, moulded circular foot, 31cm high, c.1790 £70 - £100

967 A set of six Norwegian silver gilt and enamel coffee spoons, by David Andersen, each enamelled in colours, marked DA 925 S Norway, Sterling £60 - £80

955 A George III Sheffield plate rounded rectangular cheese dish, fluted bud finial, hinged detachable cover enclosing a liner, scrolling acanthus border and handles, skirted base, 32cm over handles, c.1820 £60 - £80

968 A pair of silver fancy fruit spoons, shaped gilt bowls, twisted hafts, Apostle terminals, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1903 £60 - £100

956 A George III Sheffield plate rounded rectangular knife tray, flower and stiff leaf border, 39cm wide, c.1820; a pair of butter dishes; an oval souffle dish, 22cm wide (4) £80 - £120

969 A Victorian silver stilton scoop, carved ivory handle, Sheffield 1848 £60 - £100 970 A George III Colonial Fiddle pattern caddy spoon, JB, GC over WN, sovereign head and 3; a Victorian cream spoon, London 1862 (2) £60 - £100

957 A pair of Victorian E.P.N.S fish servers, the blades pierced and bright-cut engraved with foliate mask and leafy scrolls, the ivory hafts well carved with wrapped acanthus, 32.5cm and 24cm long, c.1880, cased £100 - £150

971 A George II silver marrow scoop, of typical form, 23cm long, London 1739 £70 - £100

958 A Sheffield Plate two-handled samovar and cover, bold leafy scroll handles, square plinth, paw and leaf feet, 51cm high, c.1820 £80 - £120

972 A George III provincial silver Old English pattern table spoon, George Turner, Exeter 1818; others, London, various dates and makers; etc (13), 16oz gross £100 - £150

959 A Victorian E.P.N.S chamber stick, cast as a fruiting vine leaf, detachable nozzle, 9cm wide, model no.2183, Elkington & Co., c.1850; a novelty seven bar toast rack, as a sledge, 14.5cm long, Patent. 16344; a brandy saucepan; a pair of fish servers; a punch ladle; etc (qty) £60 - £100

973 A George III silver toddy ladle, boat shaped bowl with punch beaded border, bright-cut stem with divided heel, twisted whale bone handle,Thomas Meriton, London c.1800 £40 - £60

960 A Walker and Hall tapering cylindrical lobed plated hot water pot, domed cover, lofty bud finial, scroll handle, spreading lobed base, 33.5cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100

974 A George V silver Old English pattern soup ladle, 26.5cm long, Cooper Brothers & Sons, Sheffield 1926 £50 - £70

961 An E.P. on copper lobed baluster two-handled samovar and cover, domed case, four scrolled feet, flame finial, 49cm high, c.1850 £70 - £100

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975 A matched set of twelve George IV and later silver Old English pattern dessert spoons, various dates and makers, 12oz gross £100 - £150

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976 A pair of Scottish William IV Fiddle and Shell pattern sugar bows, 14.5cm long, R & R Keay, Edinburgh 1838; another pair, Scottish or Irish, indistinctly marked (2) £50 - £70

987 A Scottish silver Kings pattern soup ladle, William Clarke Shaw, Glasgow 1845; other flatware, two sauce ladles, three table spoons, three table forks, two dessert fork, four teaspoons, three salt spoons, caddy spoon, sugar bows, William Clarke Shaw, Glasgow 1845, 44oz £400 - £600

977 A Scottish George III marrow scoop, Alexander Spence, Edinburgh 1784 £100 - £150

988 A set of six silver Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, George Aldwinckle, London 1863; other Fiddle pattern flatware, various dates and makers, 15oz £120 - £180

978 A Scottish provincial silver Fiddle pattern sugar spoon, struck WS twice, probably William Sellar, Peterhead, c.1820 £300 - £500

989 A pair of silver fish servers, the blades pierced and engraved with scrolling foliage, the hafts quite plain, John Gilbert, Birmingham 1855; a carving knife and fork, silver hafts, London 1879; a set of six silver hafted knives £60 - £100

979 A set of four silver George III Old English pattern dessert spoons, William Eley, London 1800; another, London 1892; a sifter spoon, London 1801 (6), 11.5oz £80 - £120

990 19th century and later silver Fiddle Pattern flatware, comprising three table forks, four dessert forks, eight table forks, ten dessert forks, mustard spoon, etc, various dates and markers, 47oz £400 - £500

980 A set of seven George III silver hafted table knives and a two-pronged fork, steel blades, crested, Moses Brent, London c.1800 (8) £120 - £180 981 A set of six George IV silver Old English pattern dessert forks, John William Blake, London 1825, 6.5oz gross £50 - £70

991 A George III silver Old English pattern sauce ladle, London 1786; other Old English flatware comprising four table spoons, two mustard spoon, London 1824; twenty-two teaspoons; a Dutch sifter spoon, various and dates and makers, 21oz £180 - £220

982 A set of six Victorian silver Old English Bead pattern dessert forks, The Portland Co., London 1860, 8oz gross £60 - £90

992 A pair of George III silver sugar bows, William Law, Dublin, c.1790; others George III and Victorian (6) £100 - £150

983 A set of twelve American Old English type pattern silver table forks, Spaulding & Co, import marks for London 1962, 27.5oz gross £300 - £400

993 A set of six Russian silver gilt spoons, twisted spiralled handles, c.1960 £60 - £100

984 An Edwardian oak canteen of silver King’s pattern flatware, the part service comprising twelve soup spoons, a soup ladle, a pair of fish servers, eighteen table forks, eleven table spoons, a pair of sauce ladles, four salt spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, fourteen teaspoons and a pair of sugar bows, twelve stainless steel table and dessert knives, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1906 (89), 202oz weighable silver, the fish servers 7.5oz gross, 209.5oz gross, the cabinet with moulded oversailing top above a pair of panelled doors enclosing four long graduated drawers, flush brass handles, 32cm high, 59cm wide £2,000 - £3,000

994 A set of six Russian (Soviet Union) neillo enamelled backed teaspoons, hammer and sickle marks, c.1960 £100 - £150

985 An Irish Victorian silver Fiddle pattern mustard spoon, maker J.S, retailed by Waterhouse, Dublin 1860; a Scottish William IV silver single struck King’s Husk variant pattern mustard spoon, gilt bowl, Edinburgh 1835; another, London 1824 (3) £120 - £180

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995 A James I Wessex seal top spoon, struck once in the bowl with a pelleted and segmented circular mark, 16cm long, unascribed maker, possibly Southampton, 1590-1610 See Jackson’s Silver & Gold Marks, p.277 £1,000 - £1,500

986 A set of three George III Old English and Brightcut table spoons, William Eley and William Fearn, London 1786; others, similar, six dessert forks and dessert spoons, eight tea spoons, etc, London 1786, London 1806 23oz £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1000 An Elizabeth I seal top spoon, the terminal pricked with TM over WT, 1639, crescent enclosing a mullet, 16.5cm long, c.1590 See Jackson’s Silver & Gold Marks, p.102 £1,000 - £1,500

1000A Fabergé - a Russian silver and cut-glass twin handled bowl, the ribbed border tied in ribbons, circular handles as wreaths, 13cm diam marked Fabergé, Kokoschnik mark, 84 zolotniks, Moscow, 1908-1917, £3,000 - £5,000

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996 A Charles I seal top spoon, the terminal pricked with R.C., John Freake, 16cm long, c.1623 - 24 See Jackson’s Silver & Gold Marks, p.110 £1,000 - £1,500

1001 A 19th century Continental silver rounded rectangular vinaigrette, probably Dutch, hinged cover brightcut engraved with diapers outlined with a meandering leafy stem, the sides with wrigglework, gilt interior with hinged grille pierced and engraved with fruiting oak, 4cm wide, apparently unmarked, c.1820 £70 - £100 1002 A 19th century French silver half-fluted jug, wrapped reeded rim above a band of fruiting laurel, ebonised angular scroll handle, moulded circular foot, 13cm high, c.1870 £70 - £100

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997 An Elizabeth I seal top spoon, the terminal pricked with S, crescent enclosing a mullet, 16cm long, c.1590 See Jackson’s Silver & Gold Marks, p.102 £1,000 - £1,500

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1003 A 19th century French silver shaped circular chamberstick, detachable nozzle, reeded border, loop handle with dished oval thumbpiece, snuffer en-suite, 14cm diam, c.1840 £300 - £400

998

998 A pair of Charles II pair of lace back trefid spoons, pricked *K* over G*H 1689, 19.5cm long, John Smith, 1674 £800 - £1,200

1004 A 19th century Russian silver octagonal cream jug, scroll capped handle, 16cm to tip of spout, 84 zolotniks, Assay Master’s mark B.C, Moscow 1872 £200 - £300

999 A Victorian silver tea infuser spoon, 14cm long, London 1893 £70 - £100

1005 A 19th century silver mounted double helix corkscrew, banded agate handle, 7.5cm long, c.1850 £120 - £180

1006 A 19th century silver plate on copper campana wine cooler, gadrooned rim, acanthus handles, moulded circular foot, 26cm high, c.1840 £60 - £100

1008 A Continental silver bosun’s whistle, of typical form, outlined with wrigglework, 11cm long, struck twice, 19th century £100 - £150

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1012 A Dutch silver rectangular table box, hinged cover, chased with a man on horseback and a trader on a rural path, the border and sides with scrolling acanthus, on a matted ground, gilt interior, 18.5cm wide, export mark, date letter for 1908 £200 - £300

1009 A Continental silver figural table bell, as a lady in Renaissance costume, 8.5cm high, .830 standard, c.1900 £120 - £180

1013 A Dutch silver toy miniature helmet shaped ewer, chased with flowers and leafy scrolls, scroll capped handle, 4cm high, late 19th century £40 - £60

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1014 A George I Britannia silver toy miniature halffluted porringer, engraved with a band of lunettes and leaves, scroll handles, the base initialled AB, 7.5cm over handles, London 1720 £200 - £300

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1010 A Continental silver novelty character cream jug, as Napoleon Bonaparte, scroll capped handle, 9.5cm high, pseudo marks, c.1900 £250 - £350

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1011 A Dutch silver canted rectangular bonbonniere, hinged sarcophagus cover, engraved with flowers and leaves outlined with wrigglework, 4.5cm high, Willem Lobensteijn, 1863 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

1015 A George I Brittania silver pear shaped caster, of good gauge, knop finial, domed pierced cover, moulded circular foot, Thomas Bamford, London c.1720, 6oz £200 - £300 111

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1016 A George II silver and lapis lazuli shell shaped snuff box, hinged cover set with a bevelled panel well figured with pyrite streaks, within a border engraved with scrolling leaves, gilt interior, 6.5cm wide, indistinctly marked, c.1740 £200 - £300

1019 A George III oval tea caddy, cast Chinaman finial, hinged cover enclosing twin compartments, chased with bands of flowers and scrolling foliage outlined with wrigglework, beaded borders, 13cm wide, Robert Makepeace & Richard Carter, London 1777, 14.5oz £700 - £1,000

1017 A George II silver and mother of pearl oval snuff box, the hinged cover with domed panel carved with a Chinese dragon, stand-away hinge, gilt interior, 8cm wide, maker’s mark only, Francis Nelme, c.1740 £100 - £150

1020 A George III silver boat shaped teapot, ivory fluted knop finial, flush-hinged domed cover, bright-cut engraved with scrolling vine and outlined with wrigglework, fruitwood angular scroll handle, 27cm long, Alice & George Burrows II, London 1807, 18oz gross £200 - £300 1021 A George III silver circular lemon strainer, shaped lug handle, milled border, pierced bowl, 9.5cm diam, London 1768 £250 - £350

1022 A George III silver circular salver, reeded outswept border, the field later engraved with a band of strapwork cartouches, anthemion and scrolling foliage, reeded scroll feet, 27.5cm diam, John Crouch I & Thomas Hannam, London 1794, 22.5oz £180 - £220

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1018 A George II silver loving cup, slightly flared rim, centre girdle, acanthus capped double scroll handles, moulded circular foot, initialled N over TA, 13cm high, Benjamin Cartwright I, London 1752, 12.5oz £300 - £400

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1023 A George III silver egg shaped nutmeg grater, quite plain, reeded girdle, screw-fitting cover enclosing a steel grille, 4cm long, Samuel Meriton, London c.1790 £150 - £200 112

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1024 A George III silver filigree miniature standish, shaped arched divisions dividing a pair of square clear glass wells, typically pierced and worked with diapers and scrolls, bracket feet, 8.5cm wide, c.1820 £300 - £400 1025 A George III silver fob seal, oval matrix cut with the crest of Fraser, 3.5cm long, maker WL, c.1790 £80 - £120

1026 A George III silver helmet shaped cream jug, lofty scroll handle, reeded rim, bright-cut engraved with and oval cartouche, batwing faux fluting and bands of wrigglework, square foot, 15cm high, Solomon Hougham, London 1790 £150 - £200

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1030 A George III silver spreading cylindrical child’s mug, moulded rim, engraved with a vacant oval cartouche, acanthus capped double scroll handle, skirted base, 7.5cm high, London 1789 £100 - £150

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1027 A George III silver hourglass shaped snuffer tray, beaded border, acanthus capped flying scroll handle, ball and claw feet, 19cm wide, John Arnell, London 1775, 5.5oz £200 - £300

1028 A George III silver oval sugar basin, reeded angular scroll handles, gadrooned rim, ball feet, 19.5cm wide, Sheffield 1805, 6.5oz £120 - £180

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1031 A George III silver table snuff box, boldly applied with flower and scroll borders, inscribed to cover To Thomas Falconer Esq From His Sincere Friend Robert Walker Esq 1843, bowed sides, gilt interior, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1833 £200 - £300

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1032 A George III silver tapered rounded rectangular etui, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of tools, reeded borders, 9.5cm long, apparently unmarked, c.1800 £200 - £300

1029 A George III silver oval waiter, crested, scroll feet, gadrooned rim, 25cm wide, William Bennett, London 1809, 15oz £200 - £300

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1036 A George V silver and tortoiseshell trinket box, the cover inlaid with husk swags and hanging basket, velvet lined interior, scroll legs, 7cm diam, Gold and Silversmiths Company, London 1913 £60 - £100

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1033 A George IV Neo-Rococo silver compressed ogee teapot, acanthus grasped bud finial, hinged domed cover, cast and chased with shells, flowers and scrolling leaves, mask to spout, horn scroll-capped handle, skirted base, 24cm long, Charles Thomas Fox, London 1825 £300 - £400 1034 A George IV style silver scroll cartouche wine label, Rye, the border embossed with fruiting vine, 6.5cm wide, marked Sterling £40 - £60

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1037 A George V silver cream jug, punch-beaded rim, unusually chased and embossed with a milkmaid at work, to verso with lambs, acanthus capped double-scroll handle, hoof feet with shells to knees, 10cm high, Williams (Birmingham) Ltd, Birmingham 1914 £50 - £70

1038 A George V silver mounted tortoiseshell circular inkstand, the domed cut glass well with hinged cover, the broad base with two pairs of pen rests, leafy scroll borders, 14.5cm diam, Birmingham 1920 £100 - £150

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1039 A George V silver neo-classical style incurved octagonal wirework two-handled basket, wirework sides, with four alternating cartouches of classical urns and leaves, stepped octagonal base, gadrooned rim, 36cm wide, London 1904, 38oz £300 - £400

1035 A George V parcel-gilt bun shaped pedestal pot pourri and cover, eagle finial, pierced and engraved with bell husks, scrolls and flowering leafy branches, domed circular foot, 16.5cm high, Rd.577681, Mappin & Webb Ltd, Birmingham 1911 £250 - £350 For more images please visit

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1044 A George V silver rose bowl, wavy wrapped and reeded rim, embossed with flowering swags above a band of leaves, inscribed Derby Show and Sale, Champion British Freisian Female, domed circular foot, 25cm diam, Sheffield 1933, turned ebonised stand, 32.5oz £300 - £400

1045 A George V silver shaped oval cake dish, the broad border chased and embossed with flowers shells and Cscrolls, on a matted ground divided by pierced panels of trellis, 31cm wide, Nathan & Hayes, Birmingham 1914, 10oz £80 - £120 1046 A George V silver three piece boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, scroll handles, fluted angles, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 32cm long, E Viner, Sheffield 1931, 37oz gross £300 - £400

1047 A George V silver three piece condiment set, comprising an oval mustard and a pair of peppers, domed covers, the mustard with shell thumbpiece, angular scroll handle and bun feet, crested, 9cm over handle, Henry Perkins & Sons, Birmingham 1928

1040

Each piece engraved with the arms of the City of Stoke-onTrent and the mustard with ‘Presented by Alderman S. & Mrs. Sproston’. Ald. Samuel Sproston (1861-1934) served as Mayor of Stoke-on-Trent 1922-23. £60 - £100

1040 A George V silver novelty hat pin stand, as a golf bag, 13.5cm high, E F Braham Ltd, Birmingham 1912 £300 - £400

1048 A German silver mounted clear glass panelled ovoid claret jug, hinged cover with spherical thumbpiece, angular scroll handle, star-cut base, 19cm high, halbmond und krone mark, c.1900 £300 - £400

1041

1041 A George V silver novelty table cigar lighter, as a Roman lamp, flying scroll handle terminating in a fierce lion mask, stepped oval foot, 14.5 cm long, Birmingham 1934 £80 - £120

1049

1049 A German silver novelty sauce jug, cast and chased as a grotesque fish, gilt interior, 16.5cm long, .925 standard, halbmond und krone mark £300 - £500

1042 A George V silver panelled gadrooned rim, domed cover, ebonised scroll handle, button finial, 12cm high, James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1911, 27oz £150 - £200

1043 A George V silver planished flared cylindrical specimen vase, spreading circular base, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1918 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1050 A German silver rectangular table tobacco box, hinged cover chased and embossed with revellers drinking and dancing, the sides with tavern interiors, 12.5cm wide, .800 standard, marked SR crowned, halbmond und krone, 12.5cm wide, c.1890, 7oz £150 - £200

1053

1053 A large George III silver bell shaped pedestal loving cup, scroll capped handles, centre girdle, moulded circular foot, 15cm high, William & James Priest, London 1768, 14.5oz £300 - £400

1051 A good Victorian Neo-Classical Revival silver canted rectangular partner’s standish, the rectangular wafer box with Roman lamp shaped taper lighter, lamprey handle, flanked by a pair of cylindrical wells, the covers pierced with central apertures, embossed with swags, egg and acanthus dart border, pen recesses, boldly cast lion paw feet with acanthus to knees, 27cm wide, Edward & John Barnard, London 1869, 36oz £600 - £1,000

1054 A large George V silver lozenge shaped trinket box, hinged cover engine turned and centred by a vacant circular reserve, outswept cartouche shaped feet, 17cm wide, Birmingham 1924 £120 - £150

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1052

1055 A late 18th century silver mounted pedestal ostrich egg cup, deep rim with wavy pendant border, knopped stem, moulded circular foot, beaded borders, 21.5cm high, maker’s mark I.H, c.1775 £300 - £500

1052 A large Continental silver novelty flask or canister, as a game bird, the head detachable as the cover, 23.5cm high, .800 standard, c.1890 £500 - £700 For more images please visit

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1067 1056 A late 19th century Continental silver novelty snuff box, as a tricorn hat, embossed with flowers and trailing leaves, hinged cover to base, 6.5cm wide, import marks for London 1896 £120 - £180

1062 A pair of George III silver mounted cowrie shell salts, angular scroll handles, spreading oval socles, rectangular bases, gilt interiors, 10.5cm over handles, apparently unmarked, c.1800 £150 - £200

1057 A late George II provincial silver drum mustard, hinged slightly domed cover with pierced inverted heart shaped thumbpiece, threaded border, scroll handle, skirted base, clear glass liner, 10cm over handle, scratch weight 4=11, probably Samuel Thompson, Newcastle 1759, 4.5oz £250 - £350

1063 A pair of George III silver sugar bows, bright-cut engraved, 13cm long, Hester Bateman, London c.1780; a set of six Old English pattern teaspoons, Hester Bateman, London 1788; others, various dates and makers (12) £80 - £120

1064 A pair of George V silver circular easel photograph frames, quite plain, 7.5cm diam, Birmingham 1917; another, similar (3) £60 - £100

1058 A modern silver mounted polished conch shell section, 17cm wide, Ross Morgan, London 1995 £300 - £400

1065 A pair of George V silver novelty sugar nips, as a doll, enamelled head and face, 9cm long, Cohen & Charles, London 1922 £200 - £300

1059 A pair of George I style silver candlesticks, reel shaped sconces with centre girdles, knopped stems, moulded circular bases, 17cm high, London 1968 £80 - £120

1066 A pair of George/William IV silver lotus shaped pepper casters, shaped circular bases, crested, 9cm high, William Eaton, London 1830 £100 - £150

1060 A pair of George II silver cauldron salts, gadrooned rim, three hoof feet, 6cm diam, London 1746; a Victorian cylindrical kitchen pepper, in early 18th century style, domed pierced cover, scroll handle, 7.5cm high, London 1898, 6oz (3) £60 - £100

1067 A pair of Irish George I silver shaped circular counter trays, petal borders, crested, inscribed to verso A.D. 1701 and A.D. 1720, 11cm diam, Joseph Walker, Dublin 1721 & 1722 £1,500 - £2,000

1061 A pair of George III silver cartouche shaped wine labels, Sherry and Whisky, embossed with Bacchic revellers amongst fruiting vine, 6cm wide, Robert Gainsford, Sheffield 1818 £150 - £250

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1069 A pair of substantial Victorian silver cast boat shaped pedestal table centre bowls, shaped moulded rims terminating in bold acanthus, each with pierced a band of scrolling leaves above an oval reserve with three revelling putti, crested to verso, flanked by further scrolling foliage on a matted ground, knopped socles, domed oval bases, shaped feet cast with shells and leafy scrolls, 32cm wide, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1897 & 1900, 154oz gross Crest & motto of Tomlinson

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1070 A pair of Victorian silver butter shells, ball feet, Josiah Williams & Co, London 1898 £50 - £70 1071 A pair of Victorian silver novelty peppers, as a pair of Scottish thistles, domed circular bases, 8.5cm high, Hukin & Heath, London 1884 £100 - £150

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1072 A Portuguese silver shaped circular waiter, outswept border pierced and cast with scrolling vine, the field engine turned and engraved with wavy bands and quatrefoils centred by a vacant roundel, leafy C-scroll cartouche shaped feet, 14.5cm diam, Boar mark, late 19th century £80 - £120

1074 A Scottish Provincial silver mounted cowrie shell snuff box, flush-hinged cover engraved with a canted rectangular cartouche inscribed From A Friend To Peter Cristall, 7.5cm wide, Robert Keay, Perth, c.1830£300 - £500

1075

1075 A Scottish Provincial silver mounted page turner, ivory blade, taxidermy haft, the hilt and shoe well marked, 43cm long overall, Ferguson & McBean, Inverness c.1880 £100 - £150

1076 A Scottish silver brooch or badge, pierced and engraved as a monogram, eagle cresting, 6cm high, struck with maker J.R., thistle and duty marks, early 19th century £100 - £150

1073

1077 A set of four Arts and Crafts silver and oak candlesticks, cylindrical sconces, broad dished drip pans, twisted columns, moulded circular bases, ropetwist borders, the mounts planished overall, 18cm high, A E Jones, Birmingham 1919/20 £1,000 - £1,500

1073 A Queen Anne/George I style silver canted rectangular tea caddy, knop finial, domed cover and slide, skirted base, 12.5cm high, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1911, 5oz £150 - £200

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1078 A set of three George V silver mounted clear glass scent bottles, screw-fitting covers, the black morocco leather case applied with and oval cartouche, 13.5cm long, London 1924 £60 - £100 1079 A silver rectangular easel photograph frame, reed and cross border, 23cm x 17cm, Birmingham 1917 £60 - £100

1080 A Turkish silver shaped oval hand mirror, the verso embossed with a reserve of flowers within a C-scroll border, on a ground of palmettes, 16cm wide, .900 standard, early 20th century £60 - £100

1081 A Turkish silver zarf, spirally fluted and engraved with a band of flowerheads, spreading base conforming, 6cm high £40 - £60

1082 A Victorian Neo-Classical Revival silver urnular sugar caster, baluster knop finial, domed pierced cover, fluted and embossed with oval acanthus bosses draped with swags, square foot, 20cm high, Hawksworth, Eyre & Co., London 1895, 6.5oz £60 - £100

1086

1083 A Victorian silver ogee pedestal bowl, embossed with flowerheads and scrolls, 10cm diam, Edward Farrell, London marks rubbed, 5oz £80 - £120

1084 A Victorian silver drum mustard, hinged slightly domed cover with pierced thumbpiece, gadrooned border, scroll capped handle, 7cm high, John Evans II, London 1857 £100 - £150 1085 A Victorian silver hemi-ovoid pedestal goblet, quite plain, spreading circular foot, 16.5cm long, Martin, Hall & Co., London 1878; an Edwardian fluted Corinthian column candlestick, gadrooned borders, detachable nozzle, stepped square base, 13cm high, Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1904; another, 19cm high, Sheffield 1903; a sweetmeat dish (4) £120 - £180

1090

1088 A Victorian silver mounted fluted square clear glass inkwell, hinged cover, star-cut base, 7.5cm wide, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1892 £100 - £150

1086 A Victorian silver mounted clear glass baluster four section spirit decanter, each numbered spout with fluted knop stopper, the collar inscribed From The Officers 7th Infantry Brigade Coy R.A.S.C, ring to neck, circular foot, 32cm high, William Comyns, London 1896 £80 - £120

1089 A Victorian silver mounted maroon morocco blotting book, the mounts flowerheads and scrolls, 24cm x 19cm, Samuel Walton Smith, Birmingham 1890 £60 - £100

1087 A Victorian silver mounted clear glass Mallard claret jug, realistically modelled, pull-off head, cast and engraved with feathers, the open beak as the spout, loop handle, silver web feet and tail feathers, 36cm high, 24cm long,Alexander Crichton, London 1881,Victorian registration kite £12,000 - £15,000

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1090 A Victorian silver novelty tumbler or stirrup cup, as a thimble, applied inscription ‘Just a Thimbleful’, centred by a vacant shield shaped cartouche, gilt interior, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1876 £80 - £120

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1091 A Victorian silver pear shaped sugar caster, of George III design, pointed spiral knop finial, domed cover pierced with flowerheads, ropetwist borders, moulded circular foot, 18cm high, London 1890, 4.5oz £100 - £150

1094 A Victorian silver three-piece tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, engraved with Crest for the Ricketts family, embossed in the Chinese manner, with band of figures, animals and fish, leafy borders, angular handles, flat cover, spire finial, teapot 18.5cm high, Gold and Silversmiths Company, Sheffield 1892, 40oz £500 - £600

1095

1095 An 18th century silver and agate mounted horn snuff mull, hinged cover, reeded mount with wavy pendant border, stand-away hinge, 13.5cm long, c.1750 £300 - £400

1092

1092 A Victorian silver teapot and coffee pot, the teapot of compressed ovoid form, both with flattened covers, flower and leaf finial, engraved with stylised flowers and foliage, scroll feet, coffee pot 23cm high,Thomas Henry Francis & Frederick Francis, London 1848, 30oz (2) £300 - £500

1093 A Victorian silver three piece half-fluted boat shaped bachelor’s tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, oval knop finial, hinged domed cover, angular scroll handles, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 24cm long, Birmingham 1894, 22oz gross £180 - £220

1096

1096 An 18th century silver-gilt mounted rock crystal flattened shaped ovoid scent bottle and stopper, the finial pierced with a cross moline, the mounts pierced and engraved with flowers and leafy C-scrolls, 9.5cm high, apparently unmarked, c. 1775 £200 - £300

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1097 An American Art Deco silver and enamel mounted cut clear glass atomiser, the mounted engine turned and decorated in turquoise, 13cm high, marked Sterling Silver, c.1925; another, similar, unmarked (2) £70 - £100

1100 An Art Deco Continental silver and enamel circular snuff or rouge box, hinged cover enclosing a mirror, engine turned and decorated in pale blue, 5cm diam, import mark for Glasgow 1922 £80 - £120 1101 An Art Deco silver and enamel mounted cut clear glass globular scent bottle, hinged domed cover engine turned and decorated in pale blue, enclosing a stopper, starcut base, 13cm high, Birmingham 1926 £60 - £80

1102

1098

1102 An Art Deco silver and ivory sauce boat, wavy border, acanthus capped scroll handle, pad feet, 15.5cm long, E Viner, Sheffield 1938 £80 - £120

1098 An American silver and cranberry glass two-bottle dressing table scent compendium, the triform bottles restrained within a square sleeve, domed covers, the mounts pierced and engraved with scrolling fruiting vine, 11.5cm high, marked Sterling, French swan foreign article mark, c.1900 £300 - £500

1103 An Art Deco silver baluster sugar caster, pointed knop finial, pierced domed cover, engine turned with two broad bands, 16.5cm high, patent no. 325841, J. Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1936 £70 - £100

1104

1104 An Art Deco silver gentleman’s desk top note pad, the spring loaded hinged enclosing provision for writing paper, engine turned overall, 10cm wide, Asprey & Co., London 1930 £200 - £300

1099

1099 An Anglo-Indian silver shaped rectangular visiting card case, well cast with an elephant amongst flowering scrolling leaves, verso centred by a vacant circular cartouche, hinged cover, 10.5cm long, c.1870 £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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1105 An Art Deco silver lady’s compact evening companion, the gilt interior with hinged compartments, a mirror, aide memoir, pencil and sprung visiting card clip, engine turned overall, carrying chain, 10cm wide, import marks for Selfridge & Co, London 1935 £200 - £300

1106 An Arts and Crafts silver caddy spoon, broad stem with canted terminal embossed with organic motifs, planished overall, the deep circular bowl engraved to verso with an imp, 11cm long, apparently unmarked, c.1900 £70 - £100

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1107

1107 An Austrian silver and enamel rounded rectangular pocket cigarette case, the hinged cover decorated engrisaille with a fox, outlined with blue line borders, 8.5cm wide, c.1920 £300 - £400

1108 An early George II silver brandy saucepan, of typical bellied form, turned wooden handle, 17.5cm wide, crowned maker’s mark, London 1728 £200 - £300

1109 An early George III silver baluster coffee pot, knop finial, hinged ogee cover, S-shaped spout well cast with shells, scroll capped handle, moulded circular foot, scratch weight 20=5, 26cm high, William Cripps, London 1762, 20oz gross £700 - £1,000

1110 An early George III silver baluster tankard, hinged domed cover with pierced thumbpiece, S-scroll handle with shield shaped terminal, centre girdle, skirted base, 20cm high, Thomas Moore, London 1762, 23.5oz £600 - £1,000

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1116 An Edwardian silver bell shaped beer mug, of 18th century design, crested and inscribed Newark Golf Club, Captains Prize 1907’, acanthus capped double scroll handle, moulded circular foot, Barker Brothers, Chester 1906, 10.5oz £200 - £300

1117 An Edwardian silver boat shaped coffee pot, oval knop finial, hinged domed cover, angular scroll-capped handle, fluted angles, ebonised fittings, 23cm high, Birmingham 1903, 19oz £120 - £180

1111

1111 An early George III silver bell shaped half pint mug, acanthus capped double scroll handle, skirted base, 10.5cm high, William & James Priest, London 1766, 7oz £200 - £300

1112 An early Victorian Gothic Revival silver mug, embossed with raised arched rectangular panels and engraved with tracery and strapwork, buttress handle, scroll apron, cartouche shaped feet, 11.5cm high, London 1847, 5.5oz £100 - £150

1118

1118 An Edwardian silver brandy saucepan, of George III design, turned ebonised handle, 14cm wide, Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1904 £60 - £100

1113 An early Victorian Rococo Revival silver chamber stick, embossed with leafy scrolls, acanthus scroll handle, fluted base, 7.5cm high, Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1844 £120 - £180

1119 An Edwardian silver hot water jug, fluted and panelled, scroll legs. domed cover, scroll handle, 22cm high, Gold and Silversmith Company, London 1906, 19oz £100 - £150

1114 An early Victorian silver compressed teapot, hinged domed cover with bud finial, chased and embossed with flowers C-scrolls and foliage, scroll capped handle, 27cm long, Joseph & Albert Savoury, London 1839, 16.5oz £300 - £500

1115

1115 An early Victorian silver shaped oval inkstand, central taperstick flanked by a pair of spreading square cut clear glass inkwells, the fluted border pierced with leafy scrolls and tracery, cartouche shaped feet, 25.5cm wide, Henry Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1848, 12oz weighable silver £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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1120 An Edwardian silver kitchen pepper, of George III design, domed cover, reeded scroll handle, skirted base, 8.5cm high, Barnards, London 1904 £100 - £150 125

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1126 An Edwardian silver novelty smoker’s pipe bellows, sprung mechanism, 12cm long, Rd. No. 464072, Grey & Co, Birmingham 1905 £80 - £120

1127 An Edwardian silver rounded rectangular vesta case, decorated in polychrome enamel with a French bulldog, hinged cover, striker to base, 5cm long, Robert Pringle & Sons, Chester 1904 £100 - £150

1128 An Edwardian silver three piece oval tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, knop finial, hinged domed cover, wavy border, scroll handles, shaped pad feet, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 26cm long, Birmingham 1905, 32.5oz gross £200 - £250

1121

1129 An eight-piece silver dressing table set, comprising hand mirror, clothes brush, hair brush, comb, pair of boudoir candlesticks, perfume atomizer, trinket box and powder pot, each embossed with bird, S and C-scrolls,. Birmingham 1969 £200 - £300

1121 An Edwardian silver mounted clear glass inverted ogee claret jug, hinged domed and curved cover with pierced thumbpiece, scroll handle, beaded borders, the body cut in the manner of Thomas Webb with flowers and scrolling leaves, domed circular foot, 27cm high, Mappin & Webb, London 1908 £100 - £150

1130 An Elizabeth II silver mounted hobnail-cut navette shaped dressing table casket, the domed cover with cast rabbit finial, scroll feet, 15.5cm wide, London 1981 £60 - £100

1122 An Edwardian silver mounted rectangular three section stamp box, hinged cover, 9.5cm wide, the mount Birmingham 1902 £70 - £100

1131 An Indian silver coloured metal table decoration, as a pair of elephants, the stand, face on, their trunks entwined, rectangular base, paw feet, 22.5cm wide, apparently unmarked £200 - £300

1123 An Edwardian silver mounted travelling timepiece case, as a horseshoe, enclosing an oversize open faced pocket watch, 6cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, keyless movement, 10cm high, the case H Matthews, Birmingham 1909 £150 - £200

1132 An Irish George III silver circular wine funnel stand or counter dish, ropetwist border, plain field, 8.5cm diam, William Bond, Dublin c.1790 £80 - £120

1124 An Edwardian silver novelty money box, as a bell, lockable cover to base, 10.5cm high, Robert Pringle, London 1904 £300 - £400

1133 An Irish silver flared cylindrical vase, mask and ring handles, shaped rim, stepped circular base, Dublin 1959, 7oz £100 - £150

1125 An Edwardian silver novelty shaped rectangular pin dish, embossed with Mr Punch and Tobias the Dog, inscribed Punch, palmette border, 10.5cm long, maker HWJ, Birmingham 1901 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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1134 An Irish silver flared cylindrical vase, mask and ring handles, shaped rim, stepped circular base, engraved, Dublin 1964, 7oz £100 - £150

1135 An unusual Edwardian silver serpentine dressing table casket, hinged bag shaped cover gilt to verso, enclosing a velvet and silk lined provision for rings and jewellery, above a drawer, C-scroll axe-head handle, gadrooned borders, cartouche shaped feet, 14cm wide, Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1907 £100 - £150

1136 An unusual George VI collapsible travelling beaker, in five telescopic sections closing into an integral bun shaped box, 8cm high (erect), 8cm diam (closed), model no. 22040, Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1940 £200 - £300 1137 Fabergé - a Russian silver tapered cylindrical cup, boldly cast with a band of swans and leafy scrolls divided by bell husks, angular ‘match striker’ handle, 8cm high, marked Fabergé, Kokoschnik mark, 84 zolotniks, scratched inventory number 21290, c.1900 £300 - £500

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1136

1138

1138 Georg Jensen - a silver two branch table candelabrum, designed by Harald Nielsen (1892 - 1997), cylindrical sconces, sinuous curved leaf branches terminating in spherical blossom, circular base, 15cm high, model no.278, marked Dessin HN, Denmark, Sterling, post-1945 £300 - £500 1139 Golf - an American silver novelty hip flask funnel, applied with a circular cartouche decorated in noir enamel with golfers playing a round, the plated handle with loop terminal, the funnel marked Sterling, c.1920 £60 - £100 1140 Judaica - a silver fluted ogee Torah finial, possibly Turkish, engraved with fruiting vine, traces of gilding, 10cm long £70 - £100

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1146 A pair of Edwardian silver stop-fluted Corinthian column candlesticks, beaded borders, detachable nozzles, stepped square bases, 15.5cm high, Walker & Hall, Chester 1906 £200 - £300

1147 A pair of silver five bar arched toast racks, posted loop handles, Birmingham 1933, cased £70 - £100

1148 A Edwardian shaped rectangular easel photograph frame, embossed with flutes, 7.5cm x 12.5cm, London 1904; another, Birmingham 1989 (2) £60 - £100

1141

1141 Liberty & Co - a pair of Art Nouveau silver shaped quatrefoil salts, scrolled rims above wrought supports, 6.5cm wide, Birmingham 1900 £250 - £350

1149 A George III Kings pattern asparagus servers, William Knight II, London 1825, 9oz £200 - £300

1150 A George V rectangular card case, quite plain, Birmingham 1910 £70 - £100

1142 Military Regimental Silver - a Victorian silver presentation trowel, inscribed This trowel was used on the occasion of laying the foundation stone of the Drill Hall, Armoury & Store House of the 1st Norfolk Rifle Volunteers by Mrs Nichols, wife of W P Nichols Esq, Mayor of Norwich on Her Majesty’s Birthday 1866 and presented to her by the Battalion, turned ebony handle, 39cm long, London 1865 £300 - £500

1151 A George V silver canted rectangular jewellery box, the cover engine turned, scroll legs, 10.5cm wide, Birmingham 1925 £100 - £150 1152 A George VI rectangular easel photograph frame, 22cm x 16cm, Sheffield 1945 £120 - £180

1143 Sewing - an Elizabeth II silver-gilt novelty pin cushion, as a coronation crown, velvet lined, 3.5cm diam, Birmingham 1979 £70 - £100

1153 A George VI rectangular easel photograph frame, incurved angles, 22cm x 17cm, Birmingham 1925£60 - £100 1154 A pair of novelty menu holders, in the form of spurs, Edinburgh 1912, cased £120 - £180

1144 Shooting - a George V silver rounded rectangular butt marker, hinged cover enclosing eight numbered bone pegs, 6cm wide, Birmingham 1919 £300 - £500

1155 An Irish silver Arts and Crafts silver rectangular cigarette box, bold leafy hinges and leafy angles, 20cm x 10cm x 5.5cm, Dublin 1917 £200 - £300

1145 Tiffany & Co - an American silver circular fruit bowl, quite plain, reeded rim, engraved with stylised initials JGW, 20.5cm diam, shape no. 83843, stamped Tiffany & Co, Makers, Sterling, early 20th century, 14oz £200 - £300

1156 A set of six Aynsley silver mounted coffee cans and saucers, printed with gilt tendrils, the mounts pierced, Birmingham 1920, cased £70 - £100

1157 An Edwardian silver hafted and ivory page turner, embossed with berries and sinuous scroll, 35cm long, Birmingham 1905; a conforming hair brush and clothes brush (3) £60 - £100

1158 Derbyshire Interest - a George V silver saucer shaped two-handled trophy cup, Long Eaton Choral Society, 1906-1910, divided flying-scroll handles, domed circular foot, 23cm wide, J Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1911; another, Notts and District Royal Artillery Association Darts Challenge Trophy, 1948-49, Birmingham 1935; another, Derby Regatta 1911 “Maiden Fours”, London 1910 (3), 26.5oz gross £250 - £300 1146

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1159 An Indian silver circular box and cover, embossed overall with scrolls, dated 1912 to rim, 13cm diam, marked £60 - £100

1167 An Edwardian 18ct gold half hunter pocket watch, white enamelled dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, signed E Johnson and Son, 35 Victoria Street, Derby, serial no 5668 the verso engraved Veritas Vincit (Truth Prevails) beneath armored leg and spur, dust cover etched from Father March 9th 1904, 18ct case, London 1903

1160 A Continental ogee wine funnel and spout, quite plain, 13.5cm long, import marks £120 - £180

Edward Johnson (1817-1882) came to Derby from Leicestershire and took over the business of Daniel Holme in the 1850s and was succeeded by his son Edward, junior who died in 1832 when the firm closed. In the late 19th century they had a large number of employees and were still making watches and some larger domestic clocks as well as retailing. The firm supplied the turret clock for Derby Market Hall in 1865 (now at Crich Tramway Museum). £500 - £600

1161 A Victorian square box and cover, embossed overall with flowers and scrolls, gilt interior, London 1890 £70 - £100 1162 A 19th century Continental silver coloured metal connoisseur’s lens, the haft pierced and stamped with Reynolds angel and anthemion, 12cm long, c.1875 £50 - £70

1163 A George III silver condiment stand base, the tall sides pierced with leafy scrolls, gadrooned rim, claw and ball feet, 11cm, diam, London 1768 £60 - £100

1168 An 18ct gold lady’s half hunter fob watch, top wind, engraved with monogram, Swiss movement serial no. 197601, 3.6cm diam, Birmingham 1897 £250 - £300

1164 A set of twelve Art Deco menu holders, circular engine turned banners, shaped rectangular bases, 3.5cm high, stamped Hermes, Paris, cased £2,000 - £3,000

1165 A set of six racket shaped menu holders, engine turned circular well, shaped rectangular card holder, ribbed borders, 9cm wide, stamped Hermes, Paris, cased £800 - £1,200

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1169 An 18ct gold Patek Philippe half hunter fob watch, top wind, Roman numerals, inscribed Fabrique pour/A. Carassale/Montevideo, serial no.67120, 3.5cm diam over case, date of manufacture of 1881/1882 The renowned firm of Patek Philippe was founded by Antoni Patek, a Swiss domiciled Pole in 1839 in partnership with Franciseck Czapek. In 1844 Patek met Adrien Philippe the French inventor of the keyless watch and they became partners as Patek Phuilippe in 1851. In 1932 the firm was sold to the Stern family who still own it. £1,000 - £1,500

1166

1170 An Art Deco diamond and platinum lady’s cocktail wristwatch, rectangular silvered dial inscribed with Roman numerals, the stepped geometric plateau set with chips, 3.5cm long, c.1930 £150 - £200

1166 An 18ct gold centre seconds chronograph watch, the verso engine with monogram and J H Pearson in a garter, anonymous Swiss movement serial number 28621, Chester 1879 £600 - £800 For more images please visit

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1177 A fine quality late 19th century lady’s cobalt blue enamel and diamond encrusted pendant watch, the exterior encrusted with seventy-two old cut diamonds, white enamelled dial, baton numerals, 18ct case, 40cm diam, 54.7g gross £2,000 - £2,500 1178 A gentleman’s Breitling chronometer wristwatch silvered dial, baton numerals, two subsidiary dials, leather strap £100 - £150

1171

1171 An Asprey lady’s suspension ball fob timepiece, Arabic numeral, black enamelled dial, signed to dial, 18ct gold case, double box link chain, locking pin bar brooch fastener, stamped 750 £300 - £350 1172 An Edwardian 9ct gold open faced pocket watch, by John Forrest, London, 4.5cm dial inscribed with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, engraved to the centre with scrolling leaves, the movement signed and numbered 84537, 7cm over loop, Chester 1907 £250 - £350 1174 A gentleman’s Longines Flagship automatic wristwatch, white dial, gilt Arabic and baton numerals, date aperture, scaled leather strap, c.1960 £100 - £200

1179

1179 A gentleman’s Montblanc Timewalker chronograph automatic bracelet wristwatch, three subsidiary dials, Arabic and baton numerals, clear observation back, Meiserstuck movement numbered 4810 502, stainless steel link bracelet, serial number 7069 PJ119863 £600 - £1,000

1175 A mid 20th century Setter Swiss lady’s wristwatch, Arabic numeral dial, 14ct gold square case and angular fancy link bracelet strap, stamped 14K, 32g gross £600 - £1,000

1176 A 1960s Tudor Rolex lady’s wristwatch, circular silvered dial, Arabic and baton numerals, 9ct gold case and strap, marked Tudor Rolex, original red box, 15g gross £150 - £250

1180 A George III silver pair cased pocket watch, 4.5cm convex enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, verge fusee movement numbered 4946, 7.5cm over loop, London 1796 £60 - £100

1181 A lady’s 18ct gold and enamel half hunter fob watch, white enamelled dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, the verso monogrammed £300 - £400

1182

1182 A lady’s 18ct gold Omega Deville wristwatch, baton numerals, beaded bezel, graduated herringbone bracelet strap, 44g gross £500 - £800

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Jewellery

1183 A late 19th century French Stauffer and Son lady’s yellow metal fob watch, engraved foliate dial, Roman numerals, indistinct marks, numbered 2692 over 61743, the back engraved with foliate scrolls, c.1890 £150 - £250

1192 A double Jadite choker necklace, seventy four beads, 40cm long £500 - £800

1184 A mid 20th century Vulcan lady’s oval wristwatch, baton numerals, 14ct gold chain link strap and safety chain, 12g gross £200 - £300 1185 A Pierre Bonnet 17 Jewel Incabloc lady’s wristwatch, rectangular dial, baton numerals, open bracelet strap £400 - £500

1193

1193 A two-stone diamond cross-over ring, brilliant cut, the diamonds totaling 1.5ct, open claw set and chip set shoulders, white metal shank, finger size P 4.1g gross £2,500 - £3,000

1186

1186 An Omega gentleman’s stainless steel Speedmaster Professional wristwatch, the circular black dial with luminescent baton markers, centre seconds and subsidiary dials for hours, thirty minutes and sixty seconds, integrated stainless steel strap £1,000 - £1,500

1194

1194 A 19th century diamond daisy cluster brooch, set with an arrangement of approx one hundred and thirty old cut stones, totalling approximately 1.3ct, white metal, possibly platinum, mount, 25mm x 65mm £500 - £800

1187 A William IV silver pair cased pocket watch, by William Matthews, Penrith. 5cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, the lever fusee movement signed and numbered 18484, the balance cock pierced and engraved with a flowerhead, leafy scrolls and foliate mask, 6.5cm over loop, London 1834 case maker JJ; a Victorian silver double Albert chain, Birmingham 1898 (2)

1195 A 19th century diamond three stone ring, the principal oval old cut diamond flanked by circular old cut stones, total weight approx 0.80cts, open ornate foliate cast shoulders, unmarked shank, finger size K, 2.4g gross £1,000 - £1,500

William Matthews succeeded John Porthouse in the early 19th century and was working at Penrith until 1858. £150 - £200

1196 A 19th century French gold mounted micromosaic articulated bracelet, the six graduated oval panels inlaid with sprays of colourful summer flowers, 18.5cm long, goldsmith’s mark D** to clasp, c.1880 £60 - £100

1188 An 18ct gold Jaeger Le Coultre gentleman’s wristwatch, 3.25cm champagne dial with Arabic primary numerals interspersed with baton markers, subsidiary seconds dial, the movement signed and numbered 475578, the back marked L 399802 A, black leather strap £100 - £150

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1197 A 19th century gold coloured metal fob seal, the hardstone matrix intaglio carved with the head of a gentleman, in profile, 2cm wide; others, various (10) £150 - £250

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1198 A 19th century humming bird brooch, the central birds head with 15ct gold beak and wings, ruby set eyes, 17mm x 50mm, c.1890 4.2g gross £100 - £150 1199 A 20th century Middle Eastern yellow gold ring, relief cast with stylized mask head, foliate and feather plumes, finger size N, unmarked, 14.9g £700 - £900

1200 A baguette-cut aquamarine dress ring, scroll mount in yellow and white gold, stamped 750, finger size V, 7g gross £200 - £250

1203

1203 A contemporary diamond solitaire ring, circular brilliant cut stone approximately 0.33 points, platinum shank, finger size P, 7g £500 - £800 1204 A contemporary pave diamond bracelet, with two hundred and nine square and round cut stones, set within open arched and box link articulated 18ct white gold mount, approximately 9ct total weight, 19cm long, 35g gross £1,500 - £2,000 1205 A cultured pearl and garnet three row bracelet, the uniform 5mm pearls interspersed with two 9ct gold batons, each set with three faceted garnets, the 9ct gold rounded rectangular ropework clasp set with a further six pearls and two garnets, 19cm long £100 - £150

1201

1201 A cats eye and diamond dress ring, the half polished oval stone surrounded by a band of diamonds, totalling approx 1.4cts, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size O, 5g gross £2,000 - £2,500

1206 A cultured pearl five row necklace, the graduated strands fastened by a 9ct clasp claw set with a garnet within eight further pearls, approx 40cm long £150 - £200

1202 A contemporary diamond fancy link bracelet, set with one hundred and forty eight circular stones, grouped in four stone floral link clusters, 18ct yellow gold mount, approximately 3.5ct, length 170mm, 15g gross £600 - £800

1207 A diamond and aqua marine lady’s ring, oval cut central stone claw set within sixteen round brilliant cut diamonds, platinum mount, 18ct yellow gold shank, ring size M £150 - £250

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1214 A diamond and sapphire lady’s ring, central oval cut claw set within twelve round brilliant cut diamonds, four further diamonds to shoulders, platinum mount, 18ct yellow gold shank, ring size O £120 - £180

1215 A diamond and sapphire three stone ring, the central round sapphire flanked by two half brilliant cut diamonds, 18ct gold and platinum shank, finger size N, 1.7g gross £100 - £160

1216 A diamond and turquoise lady’s navette shaped ring, the central oval turquoise cabachon claw set within rose cut diamonds, yellow gold coloured metal shank, ring size M £300 - £500

1208

1208 A diamond and blue topaz cluster ring, central oval topaz surrounded by a band of circular brilliant cut diamonds, 18ct white gold open inline shank, stamped CB 750, finger size N, 7g gross £400 - £600

1217 A diamond dress ring, the principal round brilliant cut stone approx 0.50cts with GIA certificate colour F, clarity VS1, set within a band and shoulders of smaller stones, total diamond weight approx 0.83cts, platinum shank, 3.6g gross £1,800 - £2,200

1209 A diamond and emerald lady’s cluster ring, the central claw set raised emerald within six brilliant cut diamonds, surrounded by a further twelve emeralds, claw set, 18ct white gold shank, ring size M, 8.4g £200 - £300

1218 A diamond lady’s solitaire ring, round brilliant cut stone, scroll mount, 18ct white gold shank, ring size M £600 - £900

1210 A diamond and emerald lady’s ring, the central emerald cut stone claw set within sixteen round brilliant cut diamonds, 18ct white gold mount, ring size M £150 - £250

1219 A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut, approximately 0.50 ct, white gold claws, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size M, 2g gross £300 - £500

1211 A diamond and emerald lady’s ring, the central stone set within two baguette cut and fourteen round brilliant cut diamonds, 18ct yellow gold shank, ring size M £500 - £700

1220

1220 A diamond solitaire ring, 0.50ct open claw set stone, 18ct white gold shank, finger size O, 2.8g gross £400 - £500 1212

1212 A diamond and emerald ring, the central circular diamond set upon a square multi-stone emerald field and diamond border, flanked by chip set shoulders, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size K, 3.6g gross £3,800 - £4,500

1221

1213 A diamond and emerald seven-stone half eternity ring, alternating stones, brilliant cut, white gold topped channel, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size L, 4g gross £120 - £180 For more images please visit

1221 A diamond solitaire ring, 1.18ct collet set stone,18ct yellow gold shank, finger size M, 2.3g gross £600 - £700 133

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1227

1222

1227 A five-stone diamond ring, brilliant cut, the principle stone approximately 0.50 ct graduating to 0.20 points, total diamond weight approx 1.4ct, open white gold claw set, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size N, 5g gross £700 - £800

1222 A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut 1.31ct diamond collet set, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size P, 2.2g gross £800 - £1,000

1223 A diamond solitaire ring,the brilliant cut diamond, approx 0.95ct, platinum shank,finger size O, 5.2g gross, boxed £1,000 - £1,500

1228

1224

1224 A diamond solitaire ring, the claw set oval 0.78ct stone, 18ct white gold shank, finger size L, 3.5g gross £700 - £900

1228 A George III enameled and diamond encrusted mourning ring, the white enamelled urn and pedestal centre with raised diamond chip swags, cobalt blue ground, ornate ribbon and ball border, engraved verso Eliz Ann & Edwd Horn ob in 1792 &1793, unmarked gold shank, finger size P, 7.4g gross £3,500 - £4,000

1226

1229

1225 A diamond solitaire ring; circular brilliant cut stone approx 1.ct platinum claw set;18 ct yellow gold shank finger size L1/2; 3.5g gross £800 - £1,200

1229 A George III miniature ring, painted with lady, banded blue border, gold mount and shank Reputedly the property of Charlotte Corday and with note from R Alistair McAlpine £300 - £500

1226 A fancy yellow diamond solitaire ring, the 1.5ct love heart shaped stone three claw set to rounded corners, 18ct white gold shank, finger size P, 3.2g gross £1,000 - £1,200 For more images please visit

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1230 A group of five strands of polished red beads, length approx 40cm £80 - £120

1234

1234 A late Victorian diamond and sapphire navette cluster ring, the central sapphire approximately 0.6cts surrounded by fourteen brilliant cut diamonds, totalling 2.2cts, finger size O, 3.9g gross £1,200 - £1,600

1235 A late Victorian sapphire diamond and amethyst dress ring, the central amethyst flanked by a row of three diamonds and a sapphire, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size O 3.3 g gross; a ruby and diamond cluster ring, the central oval ruby flanked by four diamonds, 10ct yellow gold shank, finger size M, 2.0g gross (2) £150 - £200

1231

1231 A Jadeite pendant, carved with leaping carp and lotus flower, mounted upon an alternating seed pearl and Jadeite beads, 9ct gold chain link, necklace pendant 5cm x 4.5cm, length of chain 35cm, 52.8g gross £1,000 - £1,500

1236 A late Victorian/Edwardian amethyst bar brooch, the central oval cabachon stone flanked by a pair of seed pearls, gold coloured metal strapwork mount, 4.5cm wide, £70 - £100

1237 A marquise diamond cluster ring, the oval setting containing three principal brilliant cut diamonds within a band of twenty two further stones, six diamond set to shoulders, platinum shank, finger size M, 6.2g gross £1,800 - £2,200

1232

1232 A Kutchinsky style lapis lazuli diamond and coral ring, the over lapping inter-connected flower bud terminals set upon stylized branch effect band, encrusted with six diamonds, 18ct yellow gold shank stamped 750, finger size J, 13.3g gross £1,000 - £1,500 1233 A late 19th century Etruscan Revival diamond, amethyst, seed pearl and ruby yellow metal quatrefoil brooch, 3.5cm wide; an emerald and seed pearl conical target brooch, set with flower, beaded and ropework borders, locket to verso, 3.5cm diam; a circular ball shield brooch, beaded leaf and rope border with four flowers, total 32.2g gross (3) £300 - £400 For more images please visit

1238

1238 A mid 20th century Venezuelan yellow metal orchid brooch, pearl to centre, stamped 18k, 12g gross £120 - £180 135

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1239 A mid twentieth century ruby ring, the arched and undulating body set with twenty one square cut rubies, unmarked yellow metal shank, finger size P, 14.3g gross £400 - £500

1242 A multi-gem tennis bracelet, set with alternating oval stones in amethysts, topaz, garnet, peridot and citrine, open claw setting, 10ct yellow gold mount, 180mm long, 5g gross £150 - £200

1243 A pair of 14ct gold mesh-work chandelier earrings, each with four graduated drops terminating in spherical pendants, 4.5cm long, Birmingham import marks, 14.2g £150 - £200

1244 A pair of cabachon oval and tapering cylindrical jade drop earrings, 14ct yellow gold stud, length 4.5cm, drop diam 9mm, 11g gross £400 - £600

1245 A pair of diamond cluster earrings, central baguette surrounded by ten circular brilliant cut stones, totaling approximately 0.40 points, 18ct white gold mounts, 2.1gms £70 - £100

1240

1246 A pair of emerald and seed pearl chandelier earrings, gold coloured metal mounts as flowerheads and leaves, 5cm long £200 - £300

1240 A middle eastern yellow metal Rams head ring, with angry snarling head and open curled adjusting tail band, marked K18 finger size K, 8.7g gross £200 - £300

1247 A Pair of Jadeite and diamond earrings,the oval Jadeite panels suspended from a diamond encrusted three petal flower head link and single stone set white metal hoop,unmarked,5.9g gross £650 - £750

1248 A pair of oval opal and diamond earrings, the central opals surrounded by sixteen brilliant cut stones, yellow metal mounts 6.4g gross £250 - £350

1249 A Persian smokey quartz ring, high filigree yellow metal mount, dimensions of smokey quartz approx length 16mm, width 15mm, 11.8g gross £60 - £100

1250 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the faceted oval stone surround by fourteen brilliant cut stones, 18ct white gold and platinum mount, total diamond weight approximately 1.2ct, finger size N, 5g gross £400 - £600

1251 A set of three late 19th century diamond and enameled gold shirt studs, each set with six old cut stones, ornate shaped tapering floral stud,column shaft and circular back plate,diameter 1cm, stamped 18ct, 8g gross(3) £300 - £500

1241

1241 A multi shaped and coloured twenty- five stone gem set pendant necklace, with open collar mounts and interspaced chain linked peridot, aquamarine, citrine, tourmaline and others, 18ct white gold chain, stamped 1134 18K 750 650167 to catch, length 500mm, 18g gross £250 - £350

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1252 A seven-stone floral cluster diamond ring, chip set shoulders, 18ct yellow and white gold mount and shank, finger size N, 3.5g gross £250 - £350

1253 A single strand simulated iridescent pearl necklace, 9ct gold clasp, length 70cm, weight 69.4g gross £150 - £200

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1254

1259

1254 A stylish diamond and natural ruby brooch, fifteen mixed cut circular rubies, mounted with sixty-two step cut baguettes and nine circular brilliant cut diamonds, white metal mount, 38mm diam, 19.2g gross £3,500 - £4,500

1259 A Victorian oval cameo brooch, carved with Leda and the swan, the mount with beaded scrolls, 5cm wide, c.1880 £80 - £120

1260 A Victorian ‘tiger’s eye’ bead suite, comprising a fringe necklace and a pair of earrings, pinchbeck chain and mounts, the necklace 42cm long, c.1880 £50 - £70

1255 A Tapio Wirkkala (Hopeakuu) Silver Moon sterling silver pendant, thirteen individual width concentric rings secured through a vertical rod with suspension loops designed 1970, produced by Nilo Westerback, Finnish silver marks for 1971, 11cm diam, boxed £2,000 - £3,000

1261 Allan Scharff for Georg Jensen - a pair of Alliance pattern Danish silver earrings, the strand of sinuous scrolling wire merging to form a rounded terminal, 5cm diam, stamped makers marks and 925, 26.8g, boxed £200 - £300

1262 A diamond solitaire ring, circular half brilliant cut claw set stone Approx 0.40cts, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size L, 2.2g gross £300 - £400

1256

1256 A solitaire ring, champagne brilliant cut stone, approx 2ct, platinum shank, finger size K, 4.5g gross £1,350 - £1,550

1257 A Victorian 15ct gold oval mourning brooch, the glazed central panel enclosing wisps of hair arranged with gold wire leaves and seed pearls, the border with a band of scrolls, 4cm wide, c.1870 £70 - £100

1263

1263 An Art Deco diamond fur clip, set with an arrangement of around seventy bright and emerald cut diamonds total weight approx 10ct,whit metal mount,(tests as platinum) 4x3cm, 16.8g gross £4,200 - £4,800

1258 A Victorian moss agate heart pendant, set to centre with gold shield panel, the metal chain set with alternating green baton and faceted clear beads, c.1895 £120 - £180 For more images please visit

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1264

1264 An Art Deco style diamond cluster ring, the three raised principal diamonds within a band of thirty smaller stones, total diamond weight approx 2ct, platinum shank, finger size O, 8.4g gross £1,200 - £1,600

1265 An Art Nouveau silver belt, thirteen interspersed bosses of maidens with sinuous hair, divided by stylised flowers, 65cm long, Birmingham 1903 £150 - £200

1271

1271 A Dinas Powis type Romano-British or subRoman penannular brooch, probably 5th century £200 - £300

1272 Tennis - a Victorian silver novelty brooch, as crossed rackets and a pair of shoes, 4.5cm wide, Payton, Pepper & Co, Birmingham 1896; others, similar (6) £60 - £100 1273 A diamond three stone cross over ring, the three brilliant cut diamonds totaling approx 0.70ct, 9ct shank, finger size U, 2.9g gross, boxed £400 - £500

1266

1266 An early 20th century Art Nouveau diamond set cocktail bracelet, the main openwork panel inset with twenty eight diamonds, largest approx 10 points, 18ct white gold sprung section bracelet strap, 9.2g £400 - £600 1267 An early Victorian foil back Ceylon sapphire octagon ring, four rose cut diamonds to shoulders, approx weight 6ct, 15ct shank, c.1840, 6g £400 - £600

1268 Georg Jensen - a Danish silver necklace, open elongated six point star and fancy figure of eight link, stamped makers marks, length 31cm, 31.7g, boxed £300 - £400

1269 Georg Jensen -a pair of stylish Modernist Danish silver earrings, open shaped diamond drops with arched central aperture and disk stud, pattern number 380B, drop 5.5cm width 3cm 15.7g, possibly designed by Henning Koppel, impressed marks, c.1970, boxed £200 - £300

1274

1274 A sapphire and diamond ring, central dark oval sapphire flanked by six shoulder set diamonds, 18ct white gold shank, finger size N, 3.8g gross £200 - £300

1275 An unusual Eastern gold ring, with arched open cast wavy leaf or feather body, stamped 18k, finger size Q, 5.5g gross £100 - £150

1270 An Eastern gilt metal mounted globular pendant, jade terminal, applied with amethyst and seed pearls, beaded scrolls, 5cm high £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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Day Three

Thursday 10th October at 10.30am

Pictures, Maps and Books

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


1300 1300 Paul Mayes Coronation 1953 signed, dated 1953, 36.5cm x 54cm

1306 After Louis Wain Stealing Eggs bears signature, 16cm x 14cm

£2,000 - £3,000

1301 A Cardinal A pair, Beneath the Clock and At the City Gate signed, watercolours, 31cm x 20.5cm £150 - £250

£60 - £100

1302 A folio of 19th century and earlier watercolours, pencil sketches and engravings; all unframed; some watercolours, signed Russell; Thor; etc £100 - £150

1303 A Roberts At the Cottage Door signed, dated 1915, watercolour, 17cm x 25cm

£50 - £80

1304 A**J**Robertson (Mid 19th Century) A Pair, Portraits of Gentlemen, wearing black stocks and jackets signed, dated 1853 and 1853, pastels, 44.5cm x 34cm £180 - £220

1307

1307 Alan Lowndes A Dromidery signed, dated 1956, gouache, 19cm x 23.5cm £500 - £700

1305 A**Stuart (Dutch, Early 20th Century) Dutch Rustic Harbour signed, watercolour, 19cm x 27cm £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1308 Alfred H. Findley Le Quay du Rosaire, Bruges signed, watercolour, 31.5cm x 22.5cm 1309 Alfred H. Findley Stonegate, York signed, watercolour, 31.5cm x 22.5cm

1320 Barry T**Pearce Tower Bridge from River Thames signed, watercolour, 34cm x 55cm

£60 - £100

1321 C J Adams Porlock signed, watercolour, 27cm x 41cm

£60 - £100

1310 Alfred W Cooper (exh. 1880 - 1901) The Wayward Bullock and Gathering Blackberries signed, dated 1903, watercolour, 18.5cm x 13.5cm £80 - £120

1322 C** Goddard (Late 19th Century) Horned Sheep in a Moorland signed, watercolour, 16cm x 36cm

£70 - £90 £60 - £100 £60 - £100

1323 C**Atkinson (Late 18th Century) Fancy Bird, perched on a branch signed, dated 1790, watercolour, 28cm x 28cm £100 - £150

1311 American School (20th Century) Bear Lake Esler Park Colorado titled and dated to verso, Sep 1964, watercolour, 26cm x 37cm £50 - £80 1312 An interesting folio of 19th century and later watercolours, various artists, mostly topographical and architectural subjects (qty) £60 - £100 1313 Annie Shawcross (19th Century) Ashby-de-la-Zouch, various buildings, including church ruins, self portraits; etc signed, dated 1891-1898, pencil and white wash, various sizes; etc (12) £200 - £300 1314 Arthur D Evans Still Waters signed, watercolour, 35cm x 52cm

£70 - £100

1324

1315 Arthur Dickson (Mid 19th Century) A Pair, Gentleman and Lady, seated signed, watercolours, dated 1846, 32.5cm x 26cm £100 - £200

1324 Captain William Burridge (Early 19th Century) The Swinger, Privateer, In Squall watercolour and gouache, 40cm x 50cm A hand written note to verso records the name of the artist and the descent of the picture to c.1944 £100 - £150

1316 Arthur Willett (1857-1918) Riding to Hounds signed, watercolour and bodycolour, 44.5cm x 26.5cm £180 - £220

1325 Charles Pettafor (fl.1862 - 1900) The Rapids signed, watercolour, 48cm x 72cm

1317 Attributed to George Moutard Woodward (1760 - 1809) A Chaotic Street, after Rowlandson watercolour, 24cm x 40cm £100 - £150

1326 Charles T Fox The Farm Track signed, dated 09, watercolour, 34.5cm x 24cm

1318 Birket Foster Driving the Cattle bears signature, watercolour, 17cm x 26.5cm £200 - £300 1319 Brian D Day (Contemporary) The Start of a Days Work signed, watercolour, 26cm x 36cm

£80 - £120

1327 Charles Wallace (Early 20th Century) Market Day signed, watercolour, 40cm x 31cm £70 - £100

£60 - £100

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£70 - £100

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1329 Claude Hayes Irish School near Bekesbourne Kent watercolour, framed

1335 Cuthbert Hamilton Ellis (1909 - 1987) Glencarron Platform signed with initials, inscribed to verso, watercolour, 16cm x 19.5cm

£100 - £150

Provenance: Inherited from Les Warnett of East Sussex, friend of John Kite and author of books on The London Brighton & South Coast Railway. Les was given the picture by John who inscribed the back. Kite was given the picture by Ellis who was Kite’s friend £60 - £100 1336 David Hardy (fl.1835 - 1870) Carefully Now signed, dated 1867, watercolour, 24.5cm x 17cm £300 - £400 1337 David Smith (1920 - 1998) A pair, Venice signed, pencil sketches, 23.5cm x 30.5cm; another, 21cm x 27cm (3) £60 - £100

1330

1330 Claude Hayes R.I. (1852 - 1922) Haymaking near Farmcombe signed, watercolour, 31.5cm x 34cm

£150 - £250

1338 David West (Scottish 1868 - 1936) Estuary with Boats on the Horizon signed, watercolour, 17cm x 27cm £200 - £300

1331

1331 Colin C Hilton Springtime signed, watercolour, 22.5cm x 30cm

1332 Continental School (19th Century) A pair, Scala Point, Malta and Smyrona, Turkey watercolours, 16.5cm x 22.5cm

£60 - £80 £60 - £100

1333 Continental School (Late 19th Century) Beneath the Ruins watercolour, 15.5cm x 11.5cm £60 - £80

1334 Micheal Crawley Malta, signed, watercolour

1339

£150 - £200

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1339 David Woodlock (1842 - 1929) A Market Corner, Paris signed, watercolour, 29cm x 19cm 142

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£300 - £400


1340 Davies Studies of Figures and Anatomy signed, dated 1885, a pen and ink drawings, from a sketchbook, framed as one, 49cm x 39.5cm £60 - £100 1341 Duncan James Corrowr Grant (Scottish 1885 - 1978) Two Figures red chalk, 17cm x 22cm

Label to verso for The Bloomsbury Workshop, London, giving the provenance as the artists estate £300 - £400 1342 E J Van Stappen (19th Century) Antwerp signed, watercolour, 27cm x 18.5cm

£100 - £150

1343 E.Novil (19th century) Whitby signed, watercolour and gouache, 27.5cm x 38cm £60 - £100 1344 Edgar Woollatt (1871-1931) Early Morning, Brittany signed, pastel, 46cm x 58cm

1345 Edith Barrow (20th Century) Cornish Harbour signed, watercolour, 25.5cm x 37cm

1353

1353 English School (19th Century) Boy with a Hoop watercolour, 21.5cm x 17.5cm

£80 - £120

1354 English School (19th Century) Park Street, Walsall, with Harry Grove’s Chemist watercolour, 25cm x 42cm £60 - £100

£80 - £120

1346 Edward Loxton Knight (1905 - 1993) After the Storm signed, pastel, 17.5cm x 23cm £200 - £300

1355 English School (19th Century) Portrait of a Gentleman, with top hat, riding crop and gloves watercolour, 18cm x 13.5cm £100 - £150

1347 Edward Loxton Knight (1905 - 1993) Low Tide at the Jetty signed, pastel, 20cm x 30cm £200 - £300

1356 English School (19th Century) Portrait of Lady, seated before a bookcase watercolour, 27cm x 22cm

1348 Edwin Earp (1851 - 1945) A Pair, River Landscapes signed, one dated 1905, watercolours, 24cm x 47cm £100 - £200

1357 English School (Contemporary) Scantily Clad Revellers and Serpent watercolour and pen, 35cm x 53cm

1349 Elizabeth Butler Portrait of a Bedouin signed with initials, pencil and crayon, 40cm x 30cm £60 - £100 1351 English School (19th Century) A Pair, Sailing Boats oval, mixed medium, 15cm x 22cm 1352 English School (19th Century) Best Friends watercolour, 12.5cm x 10cm

£120 - £180 £80 - £120

1358 English School (Early 20th Century) A Pair, Sailing Boats on Choppy Seas oil on board, 9.5cm x 15cm £100 - £150 1359 English School (Early 20th Century) Tides Out indistinctly signed, dated 1922, watercolour, 51cm x 69cm £60 - £100

£60 - £100

1360 English School (Late 19th Century) A Set of Twelve Illustrations, The Months of the Year pen and ink, watercolour wash, 12cm x 14cm, mounted as two £80 - £120

£100 - £150

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£100 - £150

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1361 English School (Mid 19th Century) Francis Noel Mundy, High Sheriff of Derby 1772 watercolour, 29cm x 24cm £120 - £180

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1362 English School (Mid 19th Century) Portrait of a Gentleman, full length, standing by a window holding an umbrella watercolour, 28cm x 23cm £180 - £220 1363 Florence Willmot From the Cove, Polperno signed, watercolour, 28.5cm x 23.5cm

1364 Follower of David Cox A Rural Landscape with Spire in the Distance watercolour, 10cm x 14cm 1365 Frank Dobbs (Early 20th Century) Clare, Suffolk signed, watercolour, 25cm x 35cm

1366 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) A Derbyshire Bridge signed, watercolour, 19.5cm x 35cm

1367 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Cattle Watering at Bolton Abbey signed, watercolour, 38cm x 61cm

1368 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Fishing Beside a Torrent signed, watercolour, 19.5cm x 35cm

1370 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Stone Bridge Across a Ravine signed, watercolour, 54cm x 43cm

£300 - £400 £300 - £500

1371 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Walking to The Village, Sheep Grazing signed, watercolour, 22.5cm x 42.5cm Label to verso for Robert Ward, Derby £300 - £400

£70 - £100

1372 Frederick E Valter (Exh.1882 - 1921) Evening Repose signed, dated 1921, watercolour, 31.5cm x 21.5cm £200 - £300

£60 - £100

1373 Gilbert Kershaw (Mid 20th Century) The Fifteen Cumberlands signed, titled, watercolour, 53cm x 37cm

£50 - £70

£70 - £90

1374 Gillian Mc Donald (20th Century) Highland Light I signed, dated 1997, watercolour, 30cm x 28cm £150 - £250

£200 - £300

1375 Gladys Crook Along the River Bank signed, watercolour, 32cm x 47.5cm

£300 - £400

£60 - £100

1376 H Melville (19th Century) A pair, The Village Blacksmith and Heavy Work signed, watercolours, 32.5cm x 50.5cm £300 - £500

£200 - £300

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1369 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Harvest Time signed, watercolour, 18.5cm x 26.5cm

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1377 H Swanwick British Destroyer Firing on a U-Boat signed, pen and ink wash, 33.5cm x 27cm

The frame with label inscribed Presented by the Proprietors of The Daily Graphic” £300 - £500 1378 H Turner A pair, Belaugh, Norfolk and Low Tide signed, watercolours, 13cm x 40.5cm 1379 H**Murray (19th Century) Inquisitive Lamb signed, watercolour, 17cm x 25cm

£50 - £70 £70 - £100

1381 1380

1380 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Entrance to Dovedale from Thorpe Cloud signed, watercolour, 28cm x 38.5cm Labels to verso for Pratts, Derby £200 - £300 1381 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Out with The Meynell signed, watercolour, 39cm x 28cm

£300 - £500

1382 Harry Fred Darling (Early 20th Century) In Safe Hands One Minute To Go signed, titled to verso, pastel, 46cm x 61cm £120 - £180 1383 Harry Nixon (20th Century) Early Morning at the Plough signed, dated 1922, watercolour, 22cm x 28cm £60 - £100

1384 Henry John Sylvester Stannard R.B.A. (1870 - 1951) The Gleaners’ Rest signed watercolour, 51cm x 34cm £500 - £700

1385 Hyman Segal (St Ives School 1914 - 2004) A Pair, Studies of Staffordshire Flatbacks signed, mixed media, 28.5cm x 15.5cm £150 - £200

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1386 Indian School (Early 20th Century) Indian Woman signed, watercolour, dated 1918, 17cm x 11.5cm 1387 Isaac Cooke(1846 - 1922) Lake District signed, watercolour, 37cm x 26cm

1388 Italian School (19th Century) Lake With Fishing Boats watercolour, 40.5cm x 80.5cm

1395 James W Milliken (fl.1887 - 1930) Market Day, Bruges signed, watercolour, 17cm x 24.5cm

£60 - £100

1396 James W Milliken (fl.1887 - 1930) The Market Place, Noyon signed, watercolour, 17.5cm x 24.5cm

£100 - £150

£200 - £300 £200 - £300

1397 Jarrett Holderby (Contemporary) Crich Tramway Museum signed, dated ‘81’, watercolour, 36cm x 54cm £150 - £200

£60 - £100

1398 John Hassell (Early 20th Century) Illustration, Old Neuenheimers’ Dinner Jan 9th 1909 signed, ink, 32.5cm x 23cm £60 - £100

1389 J Morris R.B.A. A set of four, Arran, West Coast, By Loch Lennhe, Bridge of Dochart, By Glen Forsa, Mull signed, watercolours, 27cm x 39cm £60 - £100

1399 John Nash Me Lud and gentlemen of the Brewery signed, titled, pen and ink sketch, 13cm x 17.5cm £100 - £150

1390 James Gillray (1757 - 1815) Execution, The Piano Recital titled, cartoon, pen and watercolour, 14cm x 20cm £100 - £150

1400 John Shapland (1865-1929) Brixham Harbour signed, watercolour, 23cm x 45cm

1391 James Hamilton R.W.S (19th Century) The Old Wavertree Mill, nr Liverpool signed, watercolour, 26cm x 19cm £60 - £100

£80 - £120

1392 James Stephen Gresley (1829 - 1908) A pair, At the Manor House Door and Resting on the Riverbank signed, watercolours, 22cm x 16.5cm £300 - £400

1401

1393

1401 Joseph Hughes Clayton (exh.1891 - 1929) A pair, Meeting in the Lane and Fisherman’s Gossip signed, watercolours, 26cm x 48cm £400 - £600

1393 James Stephen Gresley (1829 - 1908) Figures on a Path, with country house in the distance signed, watercolour, 27cm x 37cm £300 - £500

1402 Leopold Rivers (1852 - 1905) Spring Time Stroll signed, watercolour, 49cm x 74cm

1394 James Stephen Gresley (1829 - 1909) Over The Rapids, Aysgarth Falls,Wensleydale signed, watercolour, £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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£120 - £180


1403 Lionel Edwards (1878 - 1966) A set of three, Wild Goat Hunting in North Wales signed, watercolours, 36cm x 54cm £100 - £150 1404 Michael Crawley Empire State Building, New York signed, watercolour, 27cm x 20cm

1405 Michael Crawley Flower Stalls by the Madeleine, Paris signed, watercolour, 17.5cm x 25cm 1406 Michael Crawley Flower Stalls, Place de la Republique signed, watercolour, 26.5cm x 21cm 1407 Michael Crawley Friargate, Derby signed, watercolour, 15.5cm x 26cm

1408 Michael Crawley Grand Boulevard, Paris signed, watercolour, 14cm x 24.5cm 1409 Michael Crawley Irongate, Derby signed, watercolour, 18.5cm x 14cm 1410 Michael Crawley Market Place, Derby signed, watercolour, 21cm x 12cm 1411 Michael Crawley Market Place, Derby signed, watercolour, 26cm x 27cm 1412 Michael Crawley Newlyn, Cornwall signed, watercolour, 22cm x 27cm 1413 Michael Crawley River Thames, St Pauls signed, watercolour, 27cm x 35cm 1414 Michael Crawley River Thames, St Pauls signed, watercolour, 27cm x 35cm

1415 Michael Crawley Snowy Day, Fifth Avenue, New York signed, watercolour, 27cm x 21cm

1416 Michael Crawley Sunset Over Manhattan, New York signed, watercolour, 23.5cm x 32cm

1417 Michael Crawley The West End, Winter, Brook Walk, Derby signed, watercolour, 19.5cm x 14cm 1418 Michael Crawley Gala Day, The County Fair signed, watercolour,39cm x 54cm

£60 - £100

1419 Michael Crawley La Porter Saint-Denis, Paris signed, watercolour, 20cm x 30cm

£60 - £100

1420 Michael Crawley London Bridge, River Thames signed, watercolour, 34cm x 47cm

£60 - £90

1421 Michael Crawley Marsamxett Harbour, from Senglea, Malta signed, watercolour, 10cm x 52cm

£40 - £60

1422 Michael Crawley Outside Cairo signed, watercolour, 28.5cm x 28.5cm

£60 - £100

1423 Michael Crawley Polo at Cowdry Park signed, watercolour, 27cm x 38cm

£40 - £60

1424 Michael Crawley Polo Match, Smithe Lawn signed, watercolour, 28.5cm x 47cm

£40 - £60

1425 Michael Crawley Polo Match, Smithe Lawn signed, watercolour,24cm x 34cm

£40 - £60

1426 Michael Crawley Pool of London, River Thames signed, watercolour, 20cm x 34cm

£60 - £100

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1427 Michael Crawley Singer Building From Brooklyn Bridge, New York signed, watercolour, 37cm x 24.5cm £50 - £70

£60 - £100

1428 Michael Crawley The Grand Boulevard and Notre Dame, Paris signed, watercolour, 19cm x 24cm £100 - £150

£60 - £100 £60 - £80

1429 Michael Crawley The Tower of London from the River Thames signed, watercolour, 31cm x 50cm £100 - £150

£50 - £80

£60 - £100

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1430 Michael Crawley Valletta from Senglea Point, Malta signed, watercolour, 28cm x 58cm

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1431 Modern British School (20th century) A set of eight, Street Scenes and Industrial Landscapes one indistinctly initialled and dated, 29cm x 40.5cm and 34cm x 26.5cm £60 - £100 1432 N.Neal Solly, (Late 19th Century) Moseley Old Hall signed, watercolour, 56cm x 36.5cm 1433 Pasini Medditeranean Beauty signed, watercolour, 30.5cm x 12.5cm 1434 Peter Ghent (1856 - 1911) Harvest Time signed, watercolour, 59.5cm x 26cm

1440 Rubens Southey (1881 - 1933) Mooring the Boats signed, watercolour, 38cm x 50cm

£100 - £150 £80 - £120 £300 - £500

1435 R**T**Wilding (Late 19th Century) Feeding the Hens signed, watercolour, 20cm x 29cm £50 - £70 1436 Rev. Henry Robinson Wadmore M.A. (1824 c.1905) Mailboat from Sark, Isle of Wight; various subjects, some titled, series of sketchbooks containing pencil drawings(12)

1441

1441 S Tayler (19th Century) Up & Over watercolour, pen and pencil, 21.5cm x 26.5cm £60 - £100

Born the son of James and Henrietta Wadmore in London, Henry’s family were originally from Southampton, where they had a long record of service in the Navy. He was MA Oxford 1845, ordained 1846, MA 1848, when made curate of South Stoke, Berks. His first independent cure was St. John Nottingham Hill from 1857 to 1860 when appointed to Mary Abbott’s, Kensington. In 1864 he founded and endowed a new church in St. John’s Wood, All Souls, designed by his brother, James Wadmore. It was consecrated in 1865, and Henry remained patron and incumbent until his death c. 1904, when the patronage passed to the Bishop of London. Wadmore also produced illustrations for various religious periodicals, some of which are in the New Zealand National Library. £60 - £100 1437 Rex N Preston (bn.1948) Cascading Waterfall, Fairbrook signed, watercolour, 54cm x 74cm

1442 Snow Gibbs (1882-1970) Vegetables signed, charcoal and pastel, 30cm x 23cm 1443 Stanley Smith A.R.C.A. In The Fylde signed, watercolour, 26.5cm x 38.5cm

£60 - £100 £60 - £80

£60 - £100

1438 Richard Cooper (1740 - 1814) Peasants Crossing a Bridge Below a Fall inscribed, dated 1783, pen and ink wash, 29cm x 47cm Paper label to verso for The Fine Art Society Ltd, No.9341, November 1969 £60 - £100 1439 Robert Jessel (20th Century) The Public signed, label to verso, 22cm x 28cm

£80 - £120

1444

1444 Thomas Bush Hardy (1842 - 1897) A Brighton Fishing Boat Off Dover signed, inscribed and dated 1895, watercolour heightened in white, 29cm x 49cm £250 - £350

£80 - £120

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1445 1445 Thomas Bush Hardy (1842 - 1897) On the Dutch Coast signed, inscribed and dated 1895, watercolour heightened in white, 18.5cm x 61.5cm £200 - £300 1446 Thomas Rowlandson (1756 - 1827) What a Beautiful Head watercolour, 17cm x 21cm

Provenance: Bonhams, Oxford, 28/03/12, Lot 95 £60 - £100 1447 Thomas William Morley (1859-1925) A Pair, Summer Landscapes signed, dated 20, watercolour, 39cm x 29cm £100 - £150

1452

1452 Vincent R. Balfour Browne (1880 -1963) No Peace For The Wicked signed, watercolour, 26cm x 44cm £200 - £300

1448 Tom Browne A set of four, A London Cabby (sic), The Wearing of the Green, Arriet and A Nursery Can(n)on signed, designs for postcards, crayon, 57cm x 46cm £150 - £200

1453 W Floyd The Road to Market signed, watercolour, 27.5cm x 39.5cm

1454 W R E Goodrich, (20th century) The Lovers Steps, Haddon Hall signed, dated 1929, watercolour, 22.5cm x 27cm

1449 Tom Browne A set of nine, designs for postcards signed with initials, pen and ink, framed as one £150 - £200 1450 Tom Campbell (19th Century) The Peaceful Hour signed, watercolour, 21.5cm x 29cm

£60 - £100

1451 V Stephens (Early 20th Century) Madonna and Child signed, watercolour, 20.5cm x 8.5cm

£80 - £120

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£100 - £150

£60 - £100

1455 W** Sands (Mid 20th Century) Cockington and Cornish Street signed, watercolours, 10.5cm x 18cm and 18cm x 10.5cm (2) £100 - £150 1456 W**Stafford (Early 20th Century) Off the Coast signed, dated 1906, watercolour, 37cm x 53cm £120 - £180 1457 Wilfred Ball Gathering the Flock signed, watercolour, 36.5cm x 55cm

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£60 - £100


1458

1464

1458 William Heaton Cooper (British 1903-1995) Langdale Tarn signed, watercolour, 36.5cm x 54cm £400 - £600

1467 W**Laren (19th Century) Highlands signed, oil on canvas, 126cm x 74cm

1459 William Henry Hunt (1790 - 1864) Moored Boats signed in pencil, watercolour and pencil, 9cm x 12.5cm £50 - £70

1468 Claude T.S Moore (1853-1901) A Venetian Waterway by Moonlight signed, watercolour 8.5cm x 8.5cm

Oils

1460 William Rayworth Still Life, Apples, Plums and Strawberries watercolour on opaque glass, 19cm x 41cm; others, smaller, 10.5cm x 16.5cm (3) £60 - £100 1461 William Rayworth A Pair, Still Life, Ripe Fruit on a Mossy Bank signed, on opaque glass, 21cm x 34cm

£1,200 - £1,800 £60 - £100

£60 - £100

1462 William Thomas Nichols Boyce (1857-1911) A pair, Steam and Sail signed, dated 1902, watercolours, 22.5cm x 51cm (one unframed) £100 - £150

1463 Willian Pitcairn Knowles (c.1846-1894) Poole Harbour signed, watercolour, 22cm x 42.5cm £180 - £220

1476 1476 Circle of Benjamin Blake Still Life, Hanging Game oil on canvas, 23.5cm x 29.5cm

1464 Woilandt Not Much, But It’s Home signed, dated 98, watercolour, 41cm x 56.5cm £400 - £600 1465 W**T**Roberts (Early 20th Century) Fresh Fish, St Ives, Cornwall signed, dated 1925, watercolour, 54.5cm x 71cm £180 - £220 1466 Persian School (19th Century) A Pair, Taking Wine and Contemplation mixed medium on paper, 18cm x 13cm

1477 Daisy Radcliffe Beresford St. Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield, The North Ambulatory, Looking East signed, oil on panel, 34.5cm x 24cm £60 - £100 1478 N** Hickman (Late 19th/Early 20th Century) A Cottage, Nr Ingleby signed, oil on panel, 29cm x 36cm £80 - £120

£50 - £80

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£400 - £600

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1482 1479 P.Van Leer (Contemporary) Off the Cliffs signed, oil on canvas, 57cm x 87cm

1480 English School (19th Century) Still Life, Ripe Fruit and Flowers on a Ledge oil on canvas, 52.5cm x 42.5cm

1483 1482 A Fouquet (French, 19th Century) On the Beach oil on panel, 13cm x 23.5cm

£60 - £100

£300 - £400

1483 Adrian Ferdinard Braeker (1818 - 1904) A Flower Lady, Sir signed, oil on panel, 34cm x 29cm £400 - £600

£100 - £150

1481 **McGhie (Early 20th Century) A Pair, Highland Cattle signed, dated 1918, oil on board, 28cm x 26cm £80 - £120

1484 Adrian Hill (1895 - 1977) Rolling Landscape signed, label to verso, oil on board, 53.5cm x 74cm £120 - £180

1485 After Abraham H Van Reveren Sailing and Rowing Boat in Rough Waters, off the coast oil on panel, 58.5cm x 82cm £1,800 - £2,500

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1492

1486

1492 C Kenard (19th Century) The Edge of the Village at Low Tide signed, oil on canvas, 72.5cm x 124cm

1486 Alfred W Hayman (19th century) Moel Siabod From the Bed of LLedr signed, signed again and inscribed to verso, 54cm x 90cm £300 - £500 1487 Alwyn Crawshaw (Bn.1934) River Estuary at Low Tide signed, oil on canvas, 51cm x 75.5cm 1488 Angus Scott Winter Work signed, oil on canvas, 61cm x 81cm

1489 Arthur Strutt Mountain Landscape signed, oil on board, 11.5cm x 20.5cm

£100 - £150

£150 - £250 £200 - £300 £80 - £120

1493

1490

1493 Casimir van den Daele (1818-1880) A Difficult Choice signed and dated 1849, oil on panel, 69cm x 56cm £1,000 - £1,500

1490 Attributed to Henry Brittan Willis (1810 - 1884) Cattle at Rest oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 63cm £300 - £500 1491 C K*** (19th century) Signing the Papers indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 53cm x 80cm £200 - £300

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1498 Continental School (17th Century) Risen Christ Appearing to the Virgin oil on panel, 22cm x 16cm £300 - £400

1499 Continental School (18th Century) Muse with a Lyre oil on canvas, 60cm x 47cm £100 - £150

1494

1494 Charles Archer (1855 - 1931) Still Life, Apples, Grapes, Plums, Walnut and Berries signed, oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 34.5cm £200 - £300 1495 Circle of Clarence Henry Roe Mountain Pass, unsigned, oil on canvas

1496 Clement Lambert (c.1855-1925) Gypsy Life signed oil on board, 17cm x 30cm 1497 Continental School Madonna and Cherubs oil on panel, 49cm x 39cm

£60 - £100

1500

1500 Continental School (19th Century) Child and Lamb oil on panel, 22cm x 16.5cm £200 - £300

£100 - £150 £200 - £300

1501

1501 Continental School (19th Century) Portrait of a Burgher oil on board, oval, 22cm x 17.5cm £250 - £350

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1504 1502 Continental School (19th Century) Portrait of a Young girl in a Pink Shawl oil on board, 18cm x 15cm

£50 - £80

1503 David Payne (1843 - 1894) A pair, On The Derwent and Blacksmith, Barrow on Trent signed, inscribed to verso, oil studies on board, arched, 14cm x 9.5cm £300 - £400

1504 David Payne (c.1844 - 1891) Fishing On The Derwent signed, oil on canvas, 45cm x 75cm

£600 - £1,000

£200 - £300

£200 - £300

1513 English School (19th Century) A Moment’s Rest oil on canvas, 46cm x 36cm

£80 - £120

1514 English School (19th Century) A Pair, Stable and Field Friends oil on panel, 18cm x 25cm

1515 English School (19th Century) Footboy oil on canvas, 20cm x 16cm

£60 - £100

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1511 English Pre-Raphaelite School Crusaders oil on panel, 35cm x 47cm

1512 English School (18th century) Portrait of an Infant Boy of Title, an ostrich feather in his hair, a faithful spaniel at his side oil on canvas, 75cm x 62cm £800 - £1,200

1507 Dutch School (Early 20th Century) Skating oil on canvas, 34cm x 49cm £100 - £150

1508 Dutch School (Late 19th Century) A Pair, Skating oils on panels, oval, 22.5cm x 29cm

£150 - £200

1510 English Naive School (19th Century) A Dog and His Kennel oil on panel, 19.5cm x 24cm £60 - £100

1505 Dutch School (19th Century) Sledging by the Thatched Snow Covered Cottage oil on board, 17cm x 23cm £80 - £120

1506 Dutch School (19th Century) Still Life, Flowers in a Vase oil on canvas, 85cm x 66cm

1509 E Walters (19th Century) Collecting Water, North Wales signed, oil on cnavas, 24.5cm x 44.5cm

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£200 - £400 £200 - £300


1512

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1517

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1516 English School (19th Century) Gamekeeper at Rest initialed EL, oil on canvas, 24.5cm x 35cm

1521 English School (19th Century) Moonlit Walk oil on panel, 16cm x 14cm

£300 - £400

1517 English School (19th Century) Girl on a woodland path signed G Turner, oil on canvas, 75cm x 62cm £2,000 - £2,800

1522 English School (19th Century) Portrait of a Gentleman, half length oil on panel, circular, 14cm diam 1523 English School (19th Century) Stepping Stones oil on canvas, 58cm x 75cm

£80 - £120 £100 - £150 £60 - £100

1518

1518 English School (19th Century) Happy as Pigs in Muck oil on canvas, 34cm x 44cm

1519 English School (19th Century) Idle Chatter oil on canvas, 63cm x 75cm

£100 - £150

1524

1524 English School (19th century) Still Life, apples, grapes and Chinese jar indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 39cm x 49cm £100 - £150

£100 - £150

1525

1525 English School (19th century) The Dispute oil on canvas, 67cm x 87cm

1520

1520 English School (19th Century) Military Officer oil on panel, 29cm x 26cm

£200 - £300

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£400 - £600


1526 English School (19th Century) The Old Mill oil on board, 22.5cm x 30cm

1536 Flemish School (18th/early 19th Century) Walking to Church oil on tin, 19.5cm x 15.5cm £100 - £150

£60 - £100

1527 English School (19th Century) The Young Sailor initialled JH, oil on board, oval, 23.5cm x 19cm £120 - £180

1537 Flemish School (19th Century) A pair, Reading Scripture and The Scholar oils on panel, 11.5cm x 11cm

1528 English School (19th century) Wastwater, Cumberland paper label titled to verso, oil on panel, 29cm x 51cm £60 - £100 1529 English School (19th Century) Windsor Castle oil on canvas, 34cm x 54cm

1538 Flemish School (19th Century) Family Gathering oil on tin, 10.5cm x 15.5cm 1539 Frank Walton (1840 - 1928) The Old Mill signed, oil on board, 23cm x 14.5cm

£60 - £100

£100 - £150 £70 - £100 £60 - £100

1530 English School (Early 20th Century) Still Life, Apples and a Sussex Trug initialled WG, oil on canvas, 34cm x 52cm £60 - £100

1531 English/Scottish School (19th/early 20th Century) Wisdom, portrait of a gentleman oil on board 40.5cm x 32cm £60 - £100

1532

1532 Ernesto Fontana (1837-1918) The Seduction signed, oil on canvas, 34cm x 48.5cm 1533 Esposito A Pair, Capri, Italy signed, oils on panel, 12cm x 17cm

1534 F Collins In the Harbour signed, oil on canvas, 51cm x 67.5cm

1535 Flemish School (18th Century) A Busy Town Street oil on oak panel, 24cm x 18.5cm

£200 - £300

1540

1540 G**B** Newmarch (Mid 19th Century) A Pair, Fowl, Pigeons and Curly Spaniel and Fowl and White Terrier signed, dated 1874, oils on boards, 23.5cm x 30cm £200 - £400

£100 - £150 £500 - £700

1541 George Turner (1843 - 1910) In the Meadows Near Ingleby signed, signed again and inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 74.5cm x 49.5cm £800 - £1,200

£200 - £300

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1546

1542

1546 Henry Hadfield Cubley (1854 - 1938) The Way Down To The Shore signed, signed again and titled to verso, oil on canvas, 49.5cm x 74.5cm £200 - £300

1542 Gyrth Russell (1892-1970) Causeway Cottages, Galway signed, titled to verso, oil on board, 41cm x 61cm £250 - £350 1543 H P Jones (19th Century) Top Meadow signed oil on canvas, 61cm x 102cm

1547 Henry McLaughlin (b.1937) The Old Hab at Killy Flue, County Antrim, nr Ballymena signed, acrylic on canvas, 24cm x 29cm £180 - £220

£150 - £200

1548 Henry Paul Rolland (French 1897 - 1941) Three Beauties in a Garden signed, oil on panel, 33cm x 25cm £120 - £180 1549 In the Manner of Roger Hilton (1911-1975) Landscape initialled R.H., dated 67, oil on board, 29cm x 39cm £150 - £200 1550 Indian School (20th century) Portrait of a Girl acrylic on board, 63cm x 47.5cm

1551 Indian School (20th Century) Portrait of Two Girls acrylic on canvas, 80cm x 80cm

1544

1544 H**Peach (Late 19th Century) Setter in a Landscape oil on canvas, 31cm x 37cm 1545 Henry Foley (19th Century) Continental Town signed, oil on canvas, 50cm x 40cm

£60 - £100

1552 Italian School (18th/early 19th Century) Extensive Landscape with Castle oil on panel, 17cm x 16cm £80 - £120

£300 - £400

1553 Italian School (19th century) Gypsy Girls oil on canvas, 76cm x 63.5cm

£80 - £120

£150 - £250

1554 Italian School (19th/early 20th century) Festa del Tricolore oil on board, 20.5cm x 26.5cm £60 - £100 1555 J Maurice A Coastal Landscape with Rocks and Seagulls signed, oil on canvas, 34cm x 24cm

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£60 - £100

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£60 - £100


1556

1556 J Wilson (19th century) On The Fifeshire Coast signed, oil on canvas, 45cm x 63cm

1557 J**Crome (19th Century) Thatched Cottage in a Clearing oil on panel, 19cm x 15cm

1562

1562 John Austin (Contemporary) G.W.R. loco 7819 Hinton Manor Passing 6013 King Henry VIII on Dainton Bank, Devon signed, oil on canvas, 90cm x 210cm £1,000 - £1,500

£300 - £500 £180 - £220

1558 J.V.Shilling A pair, A Guernsey Bay with Martello Tower and Moored Boats signed, dated May 1936 and 1937, oils on canvas, 49.5cm x 60cm £60 - £100 1559 Jindra Husarikova (20th century) The Medical Student signed, dated ‘91, oil on hardboard, 78cm x 58cm £200 - £300 1560 Joan Sunou (20th Century) Cat with Ball with String oil on board, 26cm x 40cm

£100 - £150

1563

1563 John Holland (1831 - 1879) A Pair, Vale of Belvoir to Nottingham signed, oils on panels, 35cm x 45cm

1561

1561 John A Hammond (fl.1879 - 1911) Sunset, Sackville New Brunswick, Canada signed, oil on panel,

£200 - £300

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£600 - £800


1566

1564

1564 John Lowrie Morrison (Jolomo) Harvest Moon South Uist signed, dated 2007 to verso, acrylic on canvas, 21cm x 22cm £600 - £1,000

1566 John Lowrie Morrison (Jolomo) Winter Light Kerrera signed, dated 2006 and titled to verso, acrylic on canvas, 73cm x 74cm £1,000 - £1,500

1565

1567

1565 John Lowrie Morrison (Jolomo) Penny Ghael Light Mull signed, dated 2007 and titled to verso, acrylic on canvas, 14cm x 14cm £600 - £1,000

1567 John Lowrie Morrison (Jolomo) (Scottish bn.1948) Knockcrome and the Paps of Jura signed, signed again, inscribed and dated 2012 to verso, oil on canvas, 60.5cm x 60.5cm Jolomo Ltd stamp to verso, numbered 575-212

Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist £2,000 - £3,000 For more images please visit

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1573 M Van der Wew A pair, Los Guindos and Seascape signed, oils on board, 12cm x 14.5cm

1568

1568 Josef Heimerl (1867-1918) Kittens signed, oil on canvas laid on panel, 18.5cm x 24cm £300 - £400 1569 Josef Schoyerer (1844 - 1923) Stimmungobild, After Hans Schuhly signed, oil on panel, 12cm x 25cm 1570 Kenneth Steel (1906-1973) Anchovy Fishing Boats, Soller, Majorca signed, oil on hardboard, 50cm x 40cm 1571 L**W**Herman Norfolk signed, oil on canvas, 38cm x 48cm

£80 - £120

1574

1574 Michael Barnfather (Bn.1934) Near Dovedale signed, dated 73, oil on canvas, 59.5cm x 89.5cm £300 - £500

£70 - £100 £200 - £300 £100 - £150

1575

1575 Michael Barnfather (Bn.1934) Spring Near Barnstaple signed, dated 72, oil on canvas, 59cm x 89.5cm £400 - £600

1576 Michael Barnfather (bn.1934) Swarkestone Bridge, Nr Derby signed, dated 69, oil on hardboard, 45cm x 90cm Label to verso for Pratt’s, Derby

This was the deepest penetration into England by the 1745 Jacobite uprising of Bonnie Prince Charlie £250 - £350

1572

1577 Moira Beaty (Scottish bn.1922) Still Life, fruit and vegetables in a trug signed, oil on hardboard, 41.5cm x 59cm

1572 Lilian Cheviot (fl. 1894-1930) West Highland Terriers monogrammed to verso, dated 01, oil on canvas, 39cm x 50cm £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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£100 - £150


1580 Phillip J Smith (ex.1912-1932) The Shearers signed, oil on canvas 49cm x 66cm

£200 - £300

1581

1581 Pillard (late 19th Century) The Letter signed, oil on canvas, 75cm x 62cm

£200 - £300

1578

1578 Oliver Clare (1853-1927) A Pair, Still Life, Ripe Peaches and Plums; Ripe Grapes, Pears, Gooseberries and Peaches, on a mossy banks signed, oils on boards, 21.5cm x 29cm £1,200 - £1,800 1579 P Fortunata (Italian 20th Century) Still Life, Mandolin, Score and Drape signed, oil on canvas, 58.5cm x 78cm

£80 - £120

1582

1582 Pre-Raphaelite School (Early 20th Century) The Dance signed with initials MF, dated 1910, oil on panel, 53.5cm x 21cm £100 - £150

1580

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1588 1583 R**C**Charlesworth (Early 20th Century) Haddon Hall, Derbyshire signed, oil on canvas, 21.5cm x 37cm £60 - £100 1584 Rex N Preston (Bn.1948) Lower Slaughter signed, dated 70, oil on hardboard, 40cm x 75.5cm £150 - £250 1585 Rex N Preston (bn.1948) Ploughing a Derbyshire Field signed, dated 79, oil on canvas, 34cm x 44cm 1586 Rex N Preston (bn.1948) Sheep in the Peaks signed, dated 80, oil on canvas, 34cm x 44cm 1587 Rex N Preston (bn.1948) Summer’s Day signed, oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 60cm

1588 Richter The Gates of the Harem signed, oil on canvas, 62.5cm x 90.5cm

£60 - £100 £60 - £100

1589

1589 Roger de la Corbière (French 1893-1974) Normandy Coast signed, oil on canvas, 44cm x 56cm £200 - £300

£60 - £100 £600 - £1,000

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1591 1590 Russian School (20th Century) Comrades signed Hukonob?, dated 1992, oil on canvas, 80cm x 94cm £150 - £200

1593 Stephen Oliver (Late 20th Century) Landscape with Red Sunset; others signed, acrylic on canvas (4)

1594 Sydney Berne (Canadian Bn.1921) North River, P.Q. signed, titled mount, oil on board, 29cm x 39cm £100 - £150

1591 Stanley Royle RBA, ARWA, ARCA (1888-1961) Froggatt Edge, Derbyshire signed, dated 1920, oil on canvas, 42cm x 67cm £2,000 - £3,000

1592 Stella Steyn (Irish 1907 - 1987) The Head of a Young Man oil on canvas, 41cm x 41cm Stamped twice to verso for Stella Steyn Studio Sale, TRAM (Thomson, Roddick & Medcalf) Carlisle 10-03-05 £60 - £100

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1595 Theobald Michau (1676 - 1755) A pair, Peasants on a Busy Road and Peasants and Cattle at the Harbourside oils on panel, 29cm x 41cm

Provenance: Purchased by the vendor’s father in the early 1900’s, thence by descent £30,000 - £50,000

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1596 Thomas Bush Hardy (1842 - 1897) Beach Camp at Sunset signed, oil onboard, 13.5cm x 21cm £100 - £150

1598

1597 Thomas Kent Pelham (fl.1860 - 1891) Harvest Time signed with initials, oil on canvas, 34cm x 29cm £100 - £150

1598 Tom Dodson (1910-1991) Knocking Off Time, Salford Docks oil on board, signed, 44cm x x 54.5cm Reg Picture No 180 £2,000 - £3,000

1601

1599 Vincent Clare (1855 - 1930) Still Life, Ripe Plums and Grapes in a Basket signed, signed again and inscribed Southgate, London N. to verso, oil on canvas, 23cm x 31cm £100 - £150

1600 Vincent Selby (1919-2005) Twilight by the Woods signed, oil on board, 19cm x 24cm

1601 William Darling Mckay R.S.A. (1844 - 1924) Droving at Low Tide signed with initials, oil on canvas, 18.5cm x 29.5cm £200 - £300

£50 - £70

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1606

1603 William Muller (1812-1845) Arabs at Conversation in a Temple, signed, title to verso, oil on board, 20.5cm x 17cm £60 - £100

1604 William Shayer (1787 - 1879) Unloading the Catch signed, dated 1860, 66cm x 81cm

1605 William Vivian Tippett (1833-1910) Cattle Watering signed, oil on board, 21.5cm x 29.5cm

£60 - £100

1606 Wright Barker RBA (1864 - 1941) Afternoon Nap signed, oil on canvas, 49cm x 59.5cm. £4,000 - £6,000

1602

1602 William Frederick Hulk (1852 - 1906) Cattle and Calves, at the water edge signed, oil on canvas, 47cm x 75cm £400 - £600

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Prints

1628 1621 Sir Edwin Landseer RA (British 1802-1873), by and after, Pointer, monochrome etching, signed in pencil, 42cm x 52cm £200 - £300

1629 John Piper (1903 - 1992), after, a pair, Illustrations for The Traveller by Walter de la Mare, lithographs, 12.5cm x 18cm £60 - £100

1622 After William Hogarth, a monochrome engraving, After, 36cm x 29.5cm £60 - £100

1630 IngeborgLahl-Grimmer, by and after, a folio of ten lithographs, 50 Jahre Stadt Freital, signed in pencil, 47cm x 59cm £200 - £250

1623 Carrington Bowles, Twelve Prospects In That Part of Derbyshire and Staffordshire Call’d the Peak and Moor Lands, a set of ten coloured engravings, printed at his Map & Print Warehouse, No.69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, London, 17.5cm x 28cm, framed (10) £150 - £180

1624 Damien Hirst, after, Spin Art, Beautiful, Kiss My F**Ass, 61cm square, coloured print, framed £100 - £120

1625 Emile Giloli (1911 - 1977), by and after, abstract, coloured print, signed in pencil, numbered 68/80, 38.5cm x 42cm £60 - £100 1626 Harris, J, by, Scanlan, R, after, a pair, Horse Dealing No.1 and 2., a pair of coloured engravings, published by R Ackermann, Aug. 2nd 1841 £60 - £100

1627 Henry Wilkinson, by and after, a pair, Retrievers at Work, etchings, signed in pencil and numbered 6/120 and 70/150 £120 - £150

1631

1631 Laurence Stephen Lowry, by and after, Barges in the Evening Light, Venture Prints Limited, signed in pencil, 31.5cm x 35cm £200 - £300

1628 James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834 - 1903), by and after, The Adam and Eve, Old Chelsea, etching and drypoint, third state, signed in the plate with butterfly, 17.5cm x 30cm, published by Messers Hogarth & Son 1879, paper label to verso for Thomas Agnew & Sons £300 - £500 For more images please visit

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1632 Laurence Stephen Lowry, by and after, The Family, coloured print, signed in pencil, 28.5cm x 22cm £400 - £600

1633 Lemaitie, after, Vue de la Fontaine de Poubon, monochrome print, 17cm x 22cm £60 - £100 1634 Magic - Chung Ling Soo (William Ellsworth Robinson) - a theatre poster,The Chung Ling Soo Mysteries, The Birth of The Pearl, printed designed by Val Prince, signed in the plate, printed in polychrome by J Weiner Ltd, with an exotic beauty emerging from an open shell supported by a dolphin, in allusion to The Birth of Venus, 75cm x 49.5cm, c.1890 - 1918, framed American stage conjurer William Ellsworth Robinson (1861 1918) initially performed as Robinson, The Man of Mystery before seeking to capture the zeitgeist and widen his appeal with a touch of exoticism, corrupting the name of genuine Chinese magician Ching Ling Foo (with whom he was to have a public feud over alleged plagiarism, something which may have had an element of the mutual publicity stunt). As part of his new persona he kept up the pretence of being Chinese and never spoke English in public. His best known trick was arguably bullet catch spectacle Condemned to Death by the Boxers, and leading to tragedy with his fatal shooting at the Wood Green Empire, London on 23rd March 1918 £300 - £500

1632

1635 Sidney Tushingham (1884 - 1968), by and after, Sunshine and Shadow, etching, signed in pencil, 37cm x 26.5cm, paper label to verso for Thomas Agnew & Sons £100 - £150 1636 Sir Frank William Brangwyn (1867 - 1956), by and after, A Street, erching, signed in pencil, 40cm x 30cm £200 - £300

1637 W H Simmons, by, Richard Ansdell, after, Fishing, Gaffing a Salmon, coloured engraving, 44.5cm x 73cm £40 - £60

1638 Walton, after, Hanhart, by, The International Contest Between J.C. Heenan and Tom Sayers at Farnborough April 17th 1860, tinted litho. print , 68cm x 98cm The Farnborough fight, which lasted for over an hour, between the American champion, Heenan (1835-73) and the English champion, Sayers (1826-65) £100 - £150 1639 William Russell Flint, after, The Three Graces, coloured print, Frost and Reed Ltd, signed in pencil, 48.5cm x 65cm £200 - £300 1640 William Russell Flint, by and after, Festival Preparation, coloured print, signed in pencil, 44cm x 58cm £300 - £400

1634

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Maps

1650 Blaeu, after, a two-page coloured map, Darbiensis Comitatus Vernacule Darbie Shire, 38.5cm x 50cm, framed £60 - £100

1654 Lincolnshire, John Speed, The Countie and Citie of Lyncolne Described With The Armes of Them That Have Bene Earles Thereof 1610 [or later], hand coloured engraved map, armes of noble families, title and scale-of-distance cartouches, 38cm x 50cm, framed £100 - £150

1651 Speede, John, after, a two-page coloured map, The Countie of Nottingham Described, The Shire Townes Situation and the Earls There Of Observed, vignette plan of Nottingham, Arms of the Earls of Nottingham and note referring to Lambert Simnel and the Battle of East Stoke, 39cm x 51cm, 17th/18th century Paper label to verso for The Parker Gallery, London £200 - £300

1655 Thomas Kitchen, A New and Accurate Map of Warwickshire, drawn from the best Surveys and Intelligence Divided into Its Hundreds, Prospect of Tamworth, Prospect of Guya Cliff and Plan of Kenilworth Castle, 68cm x 53cm £100 - £150

1656 Yorkshire, John Speed, The North and East Ridins of Yorkshire,1610 [or later], hand coloured engraved map, inset plans of Richmond and Hull, numerous armorials, 38cm x 51cm, framed £100 - £150

1652 Herefordia, John Speed, hand coloured engraved map, title cartouche, coat of arms, 41cm 50cm, framed £80 - £120

1653 Shropshire & Staffordshire. Jansson (Jan), Salopiensis Comitatus cum Staffordiensi. Shropshire & Staffordshire, [1646 or later], hand coloured engraved map, title and scale-of-distance cartouches,42.5cm x 53.5cm, framed £100 - £150

1657 Northumberland, John Speed, Northumberland, 1610 [or later], plan of the city of Newcastle, Barwick and the coats of arms of the Earls of Northumberland, Mobray etc, hand coloured engraved map, 39cm x 52cm £100 - £150

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Books

1658 Two 18th century indentures relating to an estate at Halloughton, Leics.. One dated 4th August 1731 between Calverley Bewick of London, Matthew Featherstonehaugh and Abrasham Liley, a brewer of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, with an armorial seal of Bewick. The other, dated 1st July 1775 relates to a mortgage of £8000 plus interest on land in Leicestershire to John Glossell, two seals. £40 - £60

1659 W. D. John - William Billingsley (1758-1828): His Outstanding Achievements as an Artist and Porcelain Maker, 113 pages text, 40 colour and 140 black and white, orange cloth £50 - £70

1660 A Description of Above 300 Animals, viz. Beasts, Fishes, Birds, Serpents and Insects; With an Account of the Greenland Whale-Fishery, printed by and for Oliver & Co (Edinburgh 1808), one hundred engraved plates, bound full leather with the frontispiece from the 1807 Perth Edition; The Gardner’s Magazine of BotanyHorticulture, Floriculture and Natural Science (2) £50 - £70

1663

1660A DONNE Reverend John D D; POEMS ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS, Late Dean of St Pauls with Elegies on the authors Death ,to this edition is added some account of the life of the Author. Printed for J Tonson, and sold by W Taylor at the ship in pater-noster-row 1719; 365 pages plus 3 additional adverts lacking front board and binding perishing £80 - £120 1661

A medieval vellum manuscript page, 11cm x 9cm £40 - £60

1662 A Victorian scrap book, the frontispiece inscribed Mary Cousens, November 1852, containing watercolours, engravings and verse, including Continental and British topographical studies, wildlife, botanical subjects, The Ottilia, Indian watercolours; etc; another, similar(2) £60 - £100

1664

1663 Adams’ SynChronological Chart or Map of History, elephant folio, boards, leather spine, twenty-one colour lithographic expanding panels covering world history from the Fall to 1878 with commentary, based on The Annals of the World by James Ussher, published Colby & Co., Strobridge, Cincinnati & NY 3rd edn., 1878

1664 Arkwright, William, The Pointer and His Predecessors, An Illustrated History of the Pointing Dog From the Earliest Times, Arthur L. Humphreys, 1902, limited to 750 copies £100 - £150

Sebastian C. Adams (1825-1898) was a member of the presidential Adams family who moved from Illinois to Oregon, eventually settling in Salem. He was a state senator and gifted communicator, who seized on colour lithography as a way of aiding teaching of which his SynChronological Chart is a classic example. £100 - £150

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1667 Norton, E.F. - The Fight for Everest 1924, Published by Edward Arnold, 1925; Younghusband - The Epic of Mount Everest, 1926; Ruttledge - Everest 1933; Howard-Bury Mount Everest The Reconnaissance, 1922 (4) £100 - £150

1668

1668 Radcliffe, Crocker, H. - Atlas of Diseases of the Skin, In a Series of Illustrations from Orignal Drawing with Descriptive Text, London 1903, two volumes in eight divisions, folio, 96 numbered col oured litho plates £500 - £700

1665

1665 Gerarde (John). The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes, printed by John Norton, 1597, illustrated with woodcuts, folio, leather binding £600 - £1,000

1669 Robertson (William) THE WORKS… vol X only (India), 2 folding engraved maps, contemporary diced calf, 1821; Hofland (Mrs?) AFRICA DESCRIBED… half title, contemporary calf, blind-stamped, worn, g.e., 1828, 8vo (2) £50 - £80

1670 From the Library of The Late Dr Tinkler Esq., Addison, Joseph & Steele, Sir Richard,The Spectator London, H. Baldwin 8 vols. 1797,The Guardian,T. Gillet, London 2 Vols. 1797 & The Tatler, Bye & Lawe, London 4 Vols, 1797, fine octavo set in uniform contemporary binding; contemporary armorial bookplates of John Chancellor. The editors wrote in a preface that ‘a complete series…of The Tatler, Spectator and Guardian…was sketched, in conjunction with the late Mr. Tonson, by a writer of distinguished taste and talents; who was prevented from pursuing it by avocations of a more important nature. It has been considerably altered and carried much farther than was at first intended; but all the information which was at first obtained by the active zeal, and well directed enquires, which that gentleman made among men of the first eminence in the world of letters….has been faithfully preserved.’ £1,000 - £1,500

1666

1666 Lieut-Colonel The Right Hon Sir Frederick PonsonbThe Grenadier Guards in the Great War of 19141918 [3 volumes] London: Macmillan and co, 1920., 1920. First edition, complete in three hardback volumes. 8vo £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1671 Mill, John Stuart, Utilitarianism. 2nd edition, London, Longmans 1864, full calf, red label, 8vo., armorial bookplate W. T. Marriott £50 - £70

1677 American Interest - Shaffner, T. F., History of the United States of America London & New York, 2 Vols. 1863; also Brazil, its History, People and Natural Productions, London 1860 (2) £60 - £100

1672 Gleig, George Robert Essays, Biographical Historical and Miscellaneous, contributed chiefly to the Edinbutrgh Review, 2 Vols. 8vo, London, Longman, 1858, tall octavo, polished calf, red & black labels First essay (125pp) is on the life and character of Thomas Chambers, author of a pioneering work on poverty of 1821; other essays include The War in the Punjab, India and its Army and Military Education. £80 - £120

1678 Ecclesiastical Interest - Robert Southey, The Book, of the Church, 3rd edn., London 2 vols., 1825. Southey was Poet Laureate much derided by Byron., also Wilberforce, Rt. Revd. Samuel, Bishop of Winchester, Essays Contributed to the Quarterly Review London 2 vols., 1874, armorial bookplate Charles Shaw-Lefevre, 1st (& last) Viscount Eversley (cr. 1857, d. 1888) Samuel Wilberforce (1805-1873) was the third son of the anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce MP, and was successively Bishop of Oxford and Winchester. Whilst bishop of the former, he was involved in the memorable debate with T H Huxley during which he argued for strict creationism, and gained the soubriquet ‘Soapy’ from his habit of speaking whilst wringing his hands £30 - £50

1673 Biography - Fenelon, F., trans. Wm Mudford,The Life of Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambrai; Complied from Original Manuscripts by Cardinal L. F. De Bausset, translated from the French, London, Sherwood, Neely & James, 2 Vols. 1810, frontis. portrait, 434 + 367pp, contemp. calf, red and green labels; also Pearson, John, Life of William Hey London 2 Vols. 8vo, 1823; Taylor, Theodore (pseud., John Camden Hotten), Thackeray, The Humourist and the Man of Letters London 8vo vii+223pp 1864 (3)

1679 Irish Interest - An Abridgement of the Public Statues of Ireland now in Force and of General Use, Vol. 1 of two, Dublin 1768 £30 - £50

William Hey FRS, MRCS (1736-1819) was senior surgeon at Leeds Infirmary and twice Mayor of Leeds; his son Samuel was incumbent of Ockbrook in Derbyshire whose daughter married Rev. Melville Horne Scott, 1st vicar of St. Andrew, Derby, designed by his brother Sir George Gilbert Scott £120 - £180

1681 Military Interest - Wolseley, Field Marshall Sir Garnet, 1st Viscount, Life of John Churchill Duke of Marlborough to the Accession of Queen Anne 4th edition, London 2 Vols. 1894 £50 - £70

1682 General Interest - Charles Lamb, Essays of Elia London 1853; Anon., The British Drama Edinburgh, 5 Vols., 1804, armorial bookplate, A. Lamont of Knockdow; Pepys, Samuel, Diary London, 2 Vols., n. d. (early 20th century) The Essays of Elia ‘…form the most delightful section amongst Lamb’s works They are carefully elaborated; yet never were works written in a higher defiance to the conventional pomp of style. A sly hit, a happy pun, a humorous combination, lets the light into the intricacies of the subject he gives an importance to every thing, and sheds a grace over all’ (3) £60 - £100

1674 Ancient History - Adam, Alexander, Roman Antiquities, 2nd edn., A. Strahan & T., Cadell, London & W. Creech, Edinburgh 1792, 8vo 616pp Armorial bookplate William Downes; also Mitford, William, History of Greece T. Cadell & W. Davies London, 8 Vols., 1814, armorial bookplate Malcolm of Poltalloch; with Plutarchus, [L. Mestrius], Parallel Lives, complete in one vol., edited & trans. J & W. Langhorne, London, n. d. (later 19th century) (3) £120 - £180 1675 French Literature - Avrillon, R. P., L’Année Affective Paris 1780; [Émile] Erckmann [& Alexandre] Chatrain, E., Madame Thérèse New edn., Paris n. d. (late 19th century), also four volumes of devotional works, uniform contemporary binding, 1785 etc., also two others also contemporary bindings (eg L’office de la Nuit Paris, 1774 & another), etc./(8) £40 - £60

1683 Historical Interest - Macaulay, Thomas Babington, 1st (& last) Lord Macaulay of Rothley, Leics., History of England from the Accession of James II London 8 Vols., 1867; also Lord Macaulay, Critical and Historical Essays London, 3 Vols., 1884; William Smyth, Lectures on Modern History From The Irruption Of The Northern Nations To The Close Of The American Revolution William Pickering, London 2 Vols., 1848 pp. 433 + 494 8vo. (3) £150 - £200

1676 Poetry - Campbell, Thomas, Poetical Works, ed. W. A. Hill, London 1858, also Milton, John, Paradise Lost the celebrated facsimile of the 1667 edition, London 1873, with another, illustrated, London 1822; Oliver Goldsmith, Prose and Poetical Works London, n.d. (late 19th century); William Shenstone, Poetical Works Edinburgh 1857 (4) £80 - £120

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1685 General Interest - Hutton, Charles, Mathematical Tables containing the Common, Hyperbolic and Logistic Logarithms, also Sines, Tangents, Secants & Versed Sines both Natural and Logarithmic. Together with Several other Tables Useful in Mathematical Calculations to which is Prefixed a Large and Original History of the Discoveries and Writings Relating to those Subjects with the Complete Description and use of the Table Rivington, London 1811; also Charles Dickens, Sketches by Boz Illustrative of Every-Day Life and Every-Day People, New edition, 40 illustrations by George Cruikshank, London 1870; Francis Bacon, Essays with Annotations by Richard Whateley, 5th edn., London 1860; Friends in Council: a Series of Readings and Discourse Thereon 1st edn. London, Parker, 2 Vols., 1854; Ballantyne, R. M., On the Track of the Troops, a Tale of Modern War new edition, illus., London 1879 8vo (5) £120 - £180

1684 Dr. Johnson - Johnson, Samuel, LLD, Dictionary of the English Language in which the Words are deduced from their Originals, and Illustrated in their different Significations by Examples from the best Writers. To which are prefixed, a History of the Language and an English Grammar revised Revd. H. J. Todd, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Browne, London, 4 Vols. 1818, quarto, frontis engraving of Johnson after Reynolds’s well known portrait, 20th century Armorial bookplate, John Methold This is the first edition of the initial major revision of Johnson’s Dictionary, by H J Todd. He made some additions to Johnson’s grammar and history of language, extended Johnson’s word list with obsolete and local terms and with derivatives and compounds, improved etymologies, added quotations where they were lacking and corrected some of those which had been given, but left the famous definitions pretty much unchanged £400 - £600

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Day Three

Thursday 10th October at 1.30pm

Collector’s Items

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Collectors

1702 Coins, Charles II, Maundy 2d 1676; James II, Maundy 3d 1686 off-centre Very Fine; George II, Sixpence, 1746 Lima, 1757 (2), 1758; George III, Shillings 1816 (2 both Extremely Fine); Sixpence, 1787 without hearts (3, all Extremely Fine or better); Maundy 1d 1800;Victoria 3d 1859 almost Brilliant Uncirculated;Victoria Halfpenny 1860 beaded lustrous good Extremely Fine; mostly much better than Fine £200 - £300

1690 Autographs, 1950s-1960s, including Shane Fenton, Frankie Vaughan, The Everley Brothers, Marty Wilde, Duane Eddy, John Leyton, Bobby Darin, Bobby Vee, Vince Eager, Del Shannon, George Formby, Don Lang, Tommy Trinder, Harry Secombe and many others mainly in ink in five small albums £70 - £100

1703 Coins, Red Coin Album complete; Green Coin Album complete; Silver pre 1947 *£1 face; silver threepences (*23); Sixpence 1787; Crown 1888; M.Theresa Thaler; others in base metal; few stamps, cigarette cards etc £90 - £120

1691 Autographs - Coward, Noel, Collected Sketches and Lyrics, Hutchinson & Co (Publishers) Ltd, (London 1931), first edition, signed by the author £40 - £60 1692 Autographs, Burl IVES, Trevor DENNING, large pen and ink caricature of Burl Ives by Trevor Denning, July 1953, dedicated to Ted and Sheila Wyke-Smith by Ives; b/w photographs of Ives (2) signed and dedicated one to Ted Wyke-Smith and the other to Sheila Wyke-Smith (3) £100 - £200

1704 Coins, George II, Sixpence 1757; George III, Shilling, 1787; 1816; Sixpence 1787 without hearts (2); Gun Money Halfcrown 1689 November Very Fine; France One Franc, 1817A; one other, the silver coins mostly good Extremely Fine (8) £180 - £220

Coins and Banknotes

1705 Coins, George III, Bank of England, Silver Dollar, 1804, almost Extremely Fine £180 - £220

1695 Banknotes, British and World, including replacement issues, 10/- Warren Fisher, Beale, FForde etc; £1 Peppiatt, Page, Somerset etc; £5 (3); £10 (2); £20; Scottish various £130 - £150

1706 Coins, George III, Silver Bank Tokens, Three Shillings 1813; Eighteen Pence 1812, 1813 (5), Extremely Fine - Brilliant Uncirculated (7) £300 - £400 1707 Coins, George III, Silver Crown, 1818, LVIII, good Extremely Fine £180 - £220

1696 350+ 1931 farthings lustrous; Territorial Force medal 1951; other items £100 - £150 1697 Ancient Greece, Athens, Silver Tetradrachm, Athna / Owl, with countermark in reverse field, 16.95gm, Fine; Roman Empire, Silver Denarius,Trajan, reverse somewhat off centre but superb portrait good Very Fine; Marcus Aurelius worn Sestertius; others various £180 - £220

1708 Coins, Great Britain and World, in silver and base metal, including, Halfcrowns 1818, 1820, 1892, 1897; Florin 1887; Cartwheel 2d; 1912H 1d good Very Fine; other pre 1920 silver 42p face; pre 1947 silver *£1.50 face; Banknotes £1 (4); Euros (15); others various £100 - £120

1698 Coin, 1980 Turks and Caicos, 100 Crown, 1980 proof 12ct gold coin, boxed with certificate, FDC £160 - £180

1709 Coins, Great Britain in silver including pre 1920 silver *57p face, copper and bronze including Maundy 4d 1880, 2d 1880, Cartwheel 2d 1797; copper pennies of Victoria; World, mostly 19th-20th century in silver and base metal including *300gm of mixed silver coins mainly high fineness including Maria Theresia Thaler £120 - £150

1699 Coin, Bahamas, Gold $50, 1973, (15.7gm) boxed as issued £160 - £180 1700 Coins - Great Britain, Royal Mint, Proof Sets, 1970 - 1982 (12) £50 - £80

1710 Coins, Great Britain in silver including Specimen Crowns 1935 boxed (2); Shilling 1897 EF+; others various £60 - £90

1701 Coins, Charles II, Gold Guinea, 1667, creased as a love token; George III, Gold Quarter Guinea, 1762, creased as a love token, with other items in base metal £220 - £250

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1711 Coins, Great Britain Silver Crowns, 181x, 1822, 1844, 1889, 1893LVI, 1935; 19th century European bronze coins, mainly France, several in nice condition; few tokens including OFF TO HANOVER counter £80 - £120

1721 Coins, Great Britain, pre 1947 silver £50+ face; small quantity of pre 1920 and foreign silver including silver Isle of Man crown 1977 (300gm+); Hammered Silver Penny sceptre type; Queen Elizabeth I 6d £900 - £1,200

1712 Coins, Great Britain, Charles I, Tower Mint Hammered Silver 2/6 and 1/- boxed by London Mint Office; Double Florin 1887; Crowns 1887, 1888, 1891, 1893 (2), 1899, 1935, 1951, 1953 (3), later issues (30); £5 (5); Delux Proof Set 2010; Other unofficial London Mint Office crowns in silver (1) in base metal (2); World Silver Crowns (4); Isle of Man, Pobjoy Mint, Silver Proof Crown, Victory 2005 with fragment of Victory copper;The Millionaires Collection Issues (2), others £250 - £300

1722 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint Gold Proof Sovereign, 1979, boxed as issued, FDC £180 - £200 1723 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint Proof Sets 1970 (6), 1971 (3), 1977(4), others (10); Silver Proof Crowns 1972 (3), 1977 (3), 1981; Crowns 1891, 1937, 1951 (2), 1953 (3), 1960, later issues (*60); World Silver crown, others in base (4); Edward VIII Commemorative Silver Medallions 1972 (4); others various £320 - £350

1713 Coins, Great Britain, Coins of Elizabeth II base metal, large quantity £40 - £50

1724 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint Proof Silver Crowns, 1972, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1993, 1996, 2002, 2007; Ordinary issues, 1935, 1951, 1953, 1960; Silver £2 Britannia, 1998; Straits Settlements, Silver $1 1900 (14) £150 - £200

1714 Coins, Great Britain, Coins of George V and earlier in silver and base metal, including pre 1947 silver *£42.65; pre 1920 silver *£1.37 face; quantity of bronze £800 - £900

1725 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint Silver Proofs, £2 1995, 1996, 2005; £1 1985 (no certificate), 1996, 1997, 2003; 50p 1998, 2003 WSPU, 2005 Johnson, all boxed as issued unless stated (10) £80 - £120

1715 Coins, Great Britain, Coins of George VI in silver and base metal, including pre 1947 silver *£18.50 face; cupro nickel *£25 face; farthings; bronze £400 - £500

1726 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint Silver proofs, £2 D.N.A. 2003; £1 1990, 1996; 50p Two Coin set 1998; 50p Piedfort, Public Libraries 2000; 10p Two Coin set 1992; 5p 1990,Two Coin set 1990, all boxed as issued with certificates (8) £80 - £120

1716 Coins, Great Britain, Gold Half Guinea 1790, almost Very Fine £120 - £150 1717 Coins, Great Britain, Gold Half Sovereign 1890, Fine -VF £90 - £120

1727 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold Proof Half Sovereigns 1980 (2); Ordinary Issues, Quarter Sovereign 2009; Gold Britannia £25 2000, FDC (4) £400 - £450

1718 Coins, Great Britain, Gold, Guinea 1774 in gold coloured scroll mount; Half Sovereigns, 1892 (2), 1901; South Africa, Kruger Half Pond, 1897 holed with loop; France, Five Francs, 1857 holed with loop (6) £550 - £650

1728 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Silver Proofs, Four Coin Britannia Set 2008; Ordinary Proof Sets, 1977, 1980, 2001, the last with no outer case and some scratching; Ordinary Sets, 2007, 1948 Celebration Sets 2008 (2); 2007 P.O.W. 60th Birthday Crowns (2); Unofficial Sets 1924 _d 2/6; George V silver collection (0.925 and 0.5); other sets; small quantity of pre 1947 silver £120 - £150

1719 Coins, Great Britain, Halfcrown, 1836, good Very Fine; Shillings, 1887 (4), others various in silver and base metal £60 - £80 1720 Coins, Great Britain, pre 1920 silver 40p face; pre 1947 silver 50p+ face; Double Florin 1889 ex-mount; Crowns 1819 with ‘IT’ stamped on bust Fine, 1897, 1951 in green boxes of issue (5), 1953, later issues (*23); £2 (2); £5 (1); 1953 Plastic Set; early cupro in BU; Medallions including Festival of Britain (3); few others including world in silver and base metal £80 - £100

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1729 Coins, Great Britain, Silver pre 1920, including better dates and conditions *£7.30 face, pre 1947 *£5.25 face; Irish .750 50p face; Great Britain, £5 Commemoratives in Lindner Tray (17), loose (3); Crowns, 1935, 1951, 1953; other world coins in silver and base metal in album £550 - £650

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1730 Coins, Great Britain, Silver Proof Crowns 1977, 1981, others in base metal including £5(6); New Zealand Silver crowns 1949, 1953; card folders holding New Zealand Florins, Shillings and Sixpences, complete to 1965; Panama Silver 5 Balboas; others in silver and base metal£140 - £180

1741 Coins, U.S.A, Commemorative Silver Half Dollars, 1926 (2); Switzerland 1 Franc 1861; others various Fine almost Uncirculated £60 - £90 1742 Great Britain, Royal Mint Proof Sets, 1985, Red Leather Deluxe 1991, 1993, 2002, 2007; Black Leather Deluxe 2008; Royal Shield of Arms 2008; Executive Proof Set 2008 No.4109 in fitted wooden box of issue; Silver Proof Collection, ‘Emblems of Britain’, ‘Royal Shield of Arms’, No.4501 in fitted box of issue; World Proof Silver Crowns 2008 in capsules (10); Proof Silver Gold Highlighted £1 (2); Silver Proof Year Set 2006, Queen’s 80th Birthday Collection with Maundy, boxed with certificate £300 - £350

1731 Coins, Great Britain, Silver, pre 1920 *£3.15 face; pre 47 *£5 face, various grades £160 - £200

1732 Coins, Great Britain, Silver, pre 1920 *40p face; pre 1947 *£3.80 face; 1937 Crown; Maria Theresia Thaler; modern £5 (3); in World War One 1914 Christmas Box; Canada 2001 Silver Proof Set £120 - £150 1733 Coins, Great Britain, Silver, pre 47 £3.55 face; pre 20 56_p face; others in base metal £80 - £100

1743 Great Britain, Royal Mint, Countdown to the Olympics, Gold £5, 2009, 2010 in box to hold four coins, with hologramatic certificate 0658 for the 2009 issue; Silver Piedforts £5, 2009, 2010 in box to hold four coins, with unnumbered hologramatic certificates [4] £900 - £1,200

1734 Coins, Great Britain,Victoria, Edward VII and later, including pre 1920 silver *£2.10 face; large quantity of bronze £100 - £120 1735 Coins, including Panama 20 Balboa, Maria Theresia, Halfcrown 1928, Isle of Man Crown 1977, Great Britain Crown 1977 all professionally enamelled on each side; other silver coins including Canada $1 1976, St Helena Crown 1973, Bhutan 3Ng 1973, Cook Island $2 1973; others in base metal £80 - £120

1744 Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold Britannia Four Coin Proof Set, 2010, £100, £50, £25, £10, no.561/1250, (total 22ct 57.54gm) £1,200 - £1,300 1745 Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold Proof 1/4 Britannia, 2007, no.740/1000, boxed with certificate £150 - £200

1736 Coins, Ireland / USA interest, Wood’s Halfpennies, first type 1722, almost Very Fine; another second issue poor (2) £40 - £50

1746 Great Britain, Royal Mint, Silver Proof Piedfort Four Coin Collection, ‘Heavy Measure’, No.1748 in box of issue; Silver Six Coin Proof Collection, ‘Family Silver’, 2009, No.672 in box of issue (2) £100 - £120

1737 Coins, Isle of Man, Sterling Silver Decimal Coin Set 1975; Silver Proof Crowns (4); Silver proof £1 (3), Proof Pound Set including one in silver; others in base metal; World Proof Sets, British Virgin Islands 1974, 1975; Barbados 1973; Cayman Islands $50 1975; Panama 20 Balboas Proof 1972; World Silver Crowns (4); New Zealand Proof Set and single $1 1975; others various £260 - £300

1747 Great Britain, Royal Mint, Silver Proof Piedfort Pounds 1983 (very rare), 1990, 1993; Silver Proof Pounds 1983, 1990, 1991; Crowns, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1990, Proof Sets, 1970, 1971, 1983, 1990, 1991, 1992; Five Pence 1990; Ordinary Mint Sets 1985, 1986, `2000, Silver Coins pre 1920 *£1 face; pre 1947 *£23 face; 1953 Plastic Set; Cased Cupro Nickel Crowns etc (*50); Cased £2 (*22); Cased £5 (3), encapsulated (3); Millennium Time Capsule 2000 £600 - £800

1738 Coins, Queen Anne, Silver Crown, 1703 Vigo, FineVery Fine; Halfcrown 1709 Fine; Shilling 1705 Roses and Plumes good Fine (3) £250 - £300

1739 Coins, Royal Mint, Proof Sets, Standard issues 1983, 84; Red Leather Deluxe Issues, 1985-99, 2001-4, 06, 07 (23) £200 - £250

1748 Great Britain, Royal Mint, Silver Proof Year Sets, 1996, No.2929 and No.11987; 2009 No.540; Millennium Set, including Maundy No.2356, all as issued with certificates in boxes of issue (4) £180 - £220

1740 Coins, Siberia 2 Kopeck 1777 Very Fine; Russia 5K 1793 minor verdigris good very Fine; Cartwheel 2d 1797; 1935 Crown; Germany Bismarck medallion 1885, others various £80 - £120

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1749 Great Britain, Royal Mint, Silver Proofs, Britannia 20th Anniversary, £1 Collection, 2007, No.1506; Britannia, Four Coin Set, 2007; Britannia 2009; £1 Piedfort, 1988, 2008 No.287; £1 2002, Four Coin One Pound Collection 1994-1997; Crowns 1977, 1980;Ten Pence Two Coin Set 1992; Five Pence Two Coin Set, 1990; Bridges Pattern Set of Four, 2003; unofficial silver coin set George V in 0.925 and 0.50; pre 20 40p face; pre 47 £1.50 face; Cupro Nickel, Crown 1953 £200 - £250

1763 Cigarette Cards, extensive collection of sets, various manufacturers, loose mounted in modern albums, including Ogdens, Players, Churchmans, Wills, etc, very high catalogue value £400 - £500

1765 Derbyshire, Postcards and Photographs, modern album of early 20th century photographs, anotated to back; another album; George V, large format card backed photographs Cromford C of E Juniors, J. Jones and Son (Summer Excursion?), Crewton United Football Team 191920; Masonic Ceremony; etc; Postcards, Edward VII-George V, including rp street scenes, Ashbourne Road, Normanton Lane Littleover, Old Normanton, Stockbrook St Derby, Sun St Derby, Matlock Town FC, other later cards of local interest, Nottingham small Victorian album including photographs of 1897 Diamond Jubilee Celebrations £200 - £300

1750 Medallions, collection in modern album including, Death of Pitt 1806 bronze 54mm; Louisberg Taken 1758 in gilded bronze 44mm; George III Coronation bronze 35mm; Queen Anne’s Bounty 1704 silver 44mm; Davisons Nile Medal; and several others, mostly better than Very Fine, some Extremely Fine (*25) £400 - £500

1751 Roman Republic Silver Denarius; Celtic fractional Gold Stater 0.32gm, Extremely Fine; Anglo Saxon Sceat; William III, 6d, 1697; 17th century Farthing Tokens Evesham, John Blackly of Cambridge, others (2) (8) £150 - £250

1766 Postcards, Aviation B.C.Hucks early RP with chimpanzee passenger; local album with many rps of Matlock etc; Darley Dale RP street scene; Hackney rps; Mabel Lucie Attwell (4); Louis Wain Little Jack Horner; Batley RP street scene; Bonzo; Silk Cap Badge type R.G.A. (2); others £100 - £120

1752 Royal Mint, Golden Jubilee Proof Silver Crown Collection (24), in hard wooden two drawer cabinet of issue £200 - £250

1767 Postcard and photograph album, Edward VII George V, Mainly Indian Colonial, Calcutta, Bombay - including Royal Visit (1911), Darjeeling, Aden, interesting selection of topo and social history with early military portrait photographs pasted in, (*200) £60 - £80

1754 Tokens and Medallions, including Counterfeit Spanish 8 Reales with false octagonal stamp; 18th century Halfpennies (17); others various £60 - £90

Railwayana and Other

1755 Tokens, Great Britain, 17th, 18th and 19th century, including 17th century, _d of Stamford, Spalding, Grantham; 18th century _d poor-VF (43); 19th century, mainly low grades (10), album of cardboard farm tokens, co-operative society tokens, medalets and others £100 - £150

1768 Railwayana, World War One, L.M.S. War Service badges (2); Tallies LM&SR LOCO STAVELEY etc (7) (9) £40 - £60

1756 USA, SILVER DOLLAR, 1799, holed and plugged below RT of LIBERTY, 26.7gm, mostly Fine and a nice clear specimen £200 - £300

1769 A George V Midland Railway Ambulance 15ct gold First Aid medal, awarded to Alfred Wilmott, Melton Mowbray, June 13th 1911; a silver First Aid medal, awarded to Alfred Wilmott,Melton and Saxby, by Vaughton and Son, Birmingham 1911,1924; a St John’s Ambulance Registration cross shield, named Albert E Wilmott, serial number 248378; a silver double Albert and T Bar; silver year bars, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930; base metal Albert chain (11) £150 - £250

Cigarette Cards and Postcards

1760 Cigarette and trade card odds, including Sport, Champion, Rover, Barrett, etc in three modern albums £100 - £150

1770 Advertising - Automobilia - a poster, Firestone, printed in polychrome with an oversized tyre, a busy road and motorists calling at an inn, inscribed ‘Best Today, Still Better Tomorrow, The Tyre That Gives ‘Driver Confidence’, 46.5cm x 72cm £40 - £60

1761 Cigarette and Trade cards, sets, part sets and sorted odd, large quantity £80 - £100

1762 Cigarette Cards, Kensitas Flowers ‘L’ in folders, stuck on pages (*73); Variopus Manufacturers, albums of sets, part sets and odds, including Sicssors Drum Horses (11); penny albums; loose sets, part sets and oddments £90 - £120 For more images please visit

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Medals

1776 Medals, 1914 Star Bar Trio, and War Badge, 7429 DVR A CRABTREE 2/W.RID. R., War Badge (pin detached), 16412, the trio mounted on bar, obverses highly polished, reverses and naming undamaged, Mons bar Extremely Fine; with World War Two, Burma, Defence, War (7) £120 - £150

1773 Coins, Great Britain, Silver, pre 1920 45p face; pre 1947 £4.60 face; others mainly base metal including early copper £80 - £100

1777

1777 Medals, 1914/15 Trio and Plaque, 25072 PTE E. SHAKESPEARE YORKS L.I, all with boxes of issue; memorial scroll; other official letters; Enoch Simmons Shakespear (sic) was born in Nottingham and was a leather dresser before enlisting in the army, he was killed in action in France and Flanders 23/1/1917, good Extremely Fine £120 - £150

1774

1774 Medal, Extremely Rare Early R.S.P.C.A. Posthumous Gallantry Award, Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Silver Medal For Animal Life Saving, awarded posthumously, IN MEMORY OF ERNEST BARNETT, 1919; Ernest Barnett from Chesterfield died in a colliery accident in 1919. His gravestone at Christ Church states that he was age 14 when he was killed. The Colliery Resource website records that Ernest Barrett (sic) died aged 14 on the 11/07/1919. He was a pony driver at Williamthorpe pit which was owned by the Hardwick Colliery Co Ltd. “Driving from self acting incline to main rope takes 5 full tubs an two lockers should be used. There was a set of double doors 25yds down slant. Pony pulled and tubs gathered too much speed for him to insert lockers. He dropped them and ran to open door but was crushed between tub and door”, with loose HUMANITY bar, no ribbon or box, Extremely Fine £300 - £500

1778 Medals, Army Temperance Association and Army of India Temperance Association silver medals for one, two and five years; others various £40 - £50

1775 Medals and Militaria, Great Britain including World War Two 1939-45 (3), Africa (3), Italy, Burma (2), France & Germany, War (3), Defence (3), Imperial Service Medal QEII GEORGE SMITH, boxed FDC; 2002 Golden Jubilee Medal boxed as issued; Red Cross Medal 1914-18; Cap badges in brass and anodised, shoulder titles, buttons etc; Medallions including British Expeditionary Force silver medal boxed; other military prize medals for sport; Sweethearts; European Medals World War One, from Belgium, including enamelled War Merit Cross, Long Service Medal; France including Medaille Militaire in box of issue; Greece Victory Medal; Post World War Two medals and awards from the USSR, GDR etc (lot) £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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1779 Medals, India General Service, 1854-95, bar PERSIA, J. ANDERSON C.F.T. (Captain of the Fore Top) ASSAYE, SF (Steam Frigate), better than Extremely Fine; Khedive Star 1882, stamped to back S.GDS 4709, confirmed on roll as John Callaghan, 1st battalion Scots Guards, with small mounting pin welded to back at base, Very Fine (2) £400 - £500

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1780 Medals, Queen’s South Africa, bars CC, OFS, Transvaal, Jo’burg, Diamond Hill; King’s South Africa, bars 1901, 1902, the first name erased, the second renamed 5914 PTE S.WALTERS WEST YORKSHIRE REG, mounted on bar, Fine £80 - £100

1786 Medals, World War One, Pair, 29163 PTE E.J. TITCHENER E. LAN R; with R.A.F. dog tag 2348014 TITCHENER; B.W.M., M-317378 PTE S. ANDERSON A.S.C.; 1914/15 Star, 15936 PTE H MC GREARY NOTTS & DERBY R (name partially erased); with small quantity of coins including USA 1964 Proof Set; other items £60 - £90

1781 Medals,World War One, 1914 Star Bar Trio, 12956 GNR C. SNELLEY R.G.A., SERGEANT R.A. on B.W.M. and Victory, good Very Fine (3), with Old Contemptible Association badge no.3670, Charles Snelley, 48th HB RGA, numbers 12956 and 283375, mounted on bar, Extremely Fine (4) £120 - £180

1787 Medals, World War One, Pair, 295864 PTE 2 E BOWLER R.A.F; with St John Ambulance silver fob 278513 ERNEST BOWLER; Notts & Derbyshire Collieries Rescue E BOWLER; other related items £50 - £80

1788 Medals, World War One, Pair, L-15669 SJT T. A. ERVIN R. FUS, good Very Fine, Thomas Ervin’s card index indicates he was entitled to a 1914 Star, and there is a suggestion that he ‘deserted’ which is then scored out £30 - £50

1782 Medals, World War One, 1914/15 Star Trio, Ayrshire Yeomanry, 1839 PTE W. MARR AYR YEO, good very Fine (3), card index records Marr was also Military Mounted Police P15861; with boxed set of miniatures, possibly unrelated £120 - £150

1789 Medals, World War One, World War Two, group of four to a Vicar, B.W.M., Victory, Defence and War, first two named REV C. CAMERON, mounted on bar, Very Fine (4) 150/180 £120 - £180

1783 Medals, World War One, BWM singles (4); World War Two 1939/45 star; cap badges including officers; Lusitania medal (British); Boer War Elkington bronze tribute medal boxed £100 - £150

1790 Medals, World War One, World War Two, Group of Four, 1914/15 Star Trio, 4637 PTE E.H. PYCRAFT 3LONDON R, Defence Medal, good Very Fine (3), Edmund Harold Pycraft, 3rd London Regiment, 4637, 251881, entitled to Silver War Badge; Defence Medal in box addressed Hammersmith (4) £60 - £80

1784 Medals, World War One, Mercantile Marine and B.W.M., ALFRED S. KELLY, Extremely Fine; B.W.M. G.57843 PTE B.H. PLATT MIDDX R.; Victory 199264 PTE F. ANDREWS LABOUR CORPS, another 4473 PTE J. GALLAHER C. GDS; World War Two, 1939/45 (2), Atlantic, France & Germany, War (2) (11) £70 - £100

1791 Medals, World War Two and Kenya, Desert Rat, group of five, 1939/45, Africa with 8th Army clasp, Italy, War, Africa General Service, QEII, bar KENYA, named to E.6242 ISP.(R). H.A. PINNELL, two boxes of issue; cap with Princesss of Wales officer’s cap badge (faults), Tank Corps cap badges (2 - one hallmarked silver); Collar dogs (4); buttons; large portrait photograph of Pinnell wearing Tank Corps uniform £120 - £180

1785 Medals, World War One, Officer Casualty, Pair, 2 LIEUT R.D.W.LOVELACE, Ronald Desmond Weston Lovelace of the Royal West Kent Regiment was Killed in Action, 26/10/1917, Extremely Fine (2), with pair of Royal West Kent Officers’ Collars and a sweetheart brooch; Second Lieutenant Ronald Desmond Weston (Dick) LOVELACE, 1st Battalion, was the elder son of James Weston Lovelace and of Mrs Ruth Lovelace, of Windmill, Milford-on-Sea, Hants. Having attended Tonbridge School, where he played cricket and rugby. He left at Christmas 1915, to go to the RMC Sandhurst and was gazetted to the Royal West Kent Regiment on October 27th, 1916, leaving for the front in February 1917, shortly after his nineteenth birthday. On October 26th, 1917, he was instantaneously killed by a shell near the Menin Road. His C.O. wrote:- “Your boy was one of the best and most reliable subalterns I had in the Battalion, and I had marked him down for promotion when opportunity offered. He was just splendid with the men, who would have followed him anywhere, and his presence in the firing line and his astonishing coolness in emergency were of unfailing help to his Company and the Battalion generally.” Extremely Fine (5) £120 - £150

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1792 1794 Militaria, World War Two, Germany, Third Reich, Iron Cross First Class, War Merit Cross 1939, another enamelled medal; Italy,Tedeska in Africa Medal, Abyssinia Merit Medal (5) £50 - £80

1792 Medals, World War Two, Distinguished Service Medal, Air Crew Europe,Very Rare Group of Six (seven with clasp) to Fleet Air Arm, Distinguished Service Medal, George VI, 1939-45, Air Crew Europe, Burma with Pacific clasp, France & Germany, War, Acting Temporary Petty Officer Airman D. COX FAA/FX 86547, London Gazette 1st May 1945 and announced in Royal Air Force/Fleet Air Arm notifications 19th July 1945, with matching group of miniatures £2,000 - £2,500

1795 World War One, Pair of Death Plaques to brothers, HAROLD LLEWELLYN WEIR, 2nd Lieutenant 4/Northumberland Fusiliers, Killed in Action 31/10/17; COLIN HAVELOCK WEIR, Private 34506, 6/Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry, Killed in Action 23/8/17, both have been recently heavily cleaned on the obverse (2) £80 - £100

1793 Medals, World War Two, Group of Five (six with missing clasp), 1939/45, Africa (entitled to 8th Army Clasp), France & Germany, Defence, War, with box addressed R. SAMPSON, with Regular Army Service Book and Pay Book for Ronald Edward Sampson, indicating service in India 193641 and that he was invalided out after twelve years service, with books of photographs of India etc; with Group of Five, 1939/45, Italy, Africa, Defence, War, with box of issue with surname removed but attributed by family to Ronald’s brother Leonard Sampson £100 - £150

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Medallions

1796 Medallions, various subjects in large lockable wooden box and loose including, The Staffordshire Weekly Sentinel Prize Medal, silver (73.9gm), A.I.F Veterans badge; 1919 Peace Medals, War Service Badges, various commemorative subjects, 19th and 20th century £100 - £150

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1797 & 1798 1797 Medallion, Eton interest, Cambridge University, Chancellor’s Gold Medal for Poetry, to Winthrop Mackworth Praed, 1823 Australasia or 1824 Athens, obv: GEORGIVS III PIVS FELIX PATER PATRIAE by I. Kirk, rev: AUSP CELS PRINC GUL FRED DUC DE GLOUCESTER ACAD CANTAB CANCELL by N Marchant & T. Wyon Jun, Gold 53mm, *99gm, engraved to edge WINTHORP (sic) MACKWORTH PRAED TRIN COLL; Winthrop Mackworth Praed, 18021839, was a Poet and Politician, he won the Chancellor’s Gold medal on two successive occasions and the Browne medal for Greek verse four times (see next lot); Praed was born in London, his father, William Mackworth Praed, was a serjeantat-law. His mother belonged to the English branch of the New England family of Winthrop. In 1814 Praed was sent to Eton College where he founded a magazine called Apis matina which was succeeded in October 1820 by the Etonian. Praed established at Eton, a “boys’ library”, the books of which were later amalgamated with the School Library. At Trinity College, he was 3rd in the Classical Tripos and his speeches at the Union were said to be almost unrivalled. In 1829 he was called to the bar at the Middle Temple. He then committed himself to politics. At Cambridge he was a Whig, but he was returned to parliament for St Germans in 1830 as a Tory and after the Great Reform Act of 1832 represented St Ives. He sat for Great Yarmouth from 1835 to 1837, and was Secretary to the Board of Control during Sir Robert Peel’s short administration. He sat for Aylesbury from 1837 until his death from tuberculosis. He did not make the contribution to parliamentary life that might have been expected of him. At Eton the “Praed” poetry society still meets, membership is by invitation; minor marks, in modern box, Extremely Fine £2,000 - £3,000 For more images please visit

1798 Medallion, Eton interest, Cambridge University, William Browne medal for Greek Verse, 1822-1824, awarded to Winthrop Mackworth Praed (un named, see previous lot), obv: D. GVLLIELMVS BROWNE EQVES NAT III NON IAN A.I. MDCXCII, ESSE ET VIDERI, rev: SVNT SVA PRAEMIA LAVDI, ELECTVS COLL MED LOND PRAESES A.S MDCCLXV, 37mm, *22.8gm, Sir William Browne (16921774) left money in his will for the foundation of an annual prize of three gold medals, each worth five guineas, for original Latin and Greek verse compositions on specified topics according to the standards of the primary Classical authors.These medals have been offered annually since 1775. Praed won four medals for Greek Ode 1822, Epigram 1822, Greek Ode 1823, Epigram 1824, Extremely Fine £400 - £500 1799 Medallions, Belgium, Eddy Merckx, undated sterling silver (20gm) and 18ct gold (10.2gm) two medallion set, no.3822, cased; Coins, U.S.S.R., 1980 Moscow Olympics, three coin set, 10 Rouble, 5 Rouble (2) (total 66.7gm), cased £200 - £250 1800 Medallions, c1820, Phrenology by Thomason, white metal, Extremely Fine and rare; British Lusitania Medal, iron, 1915; France Francois Guizot Chambre des Deputies medal, polished, with edge knocks and attempted piercing; and a 19th or 20th century copy of an early Polish Royal seal in brass (4) £80 - £120

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1801 Medallions in silver including Gosforth All Saint’s Church 1901; EEC Referendum 1975; Prince Charles Investiture 1969; Royal Wedding Anniversary 1972; Moon Landing; £130 - £150

1811 Stamps, India and Indian States, extensive selection, all periods £70 - £100

1812 Stamps, World Stamps all periods, Macedonia Venezuela;The Communist World, all periods albums of China; U.S.S.R. and satellite states; East Germany £80 - £100

1802 Medallion, 18 carat gold, Death of Churchill, by Johnson Matthey, (0.128 troy ounce), Uncirculated £100 - £110

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1813

Stamps

1814 Stamps, Europe, Belgium; France albums 1960-89, 1989-99; French Islands; Italian States; Spanish Ephemera; Hong Kong with China overprints; Kiautschou; French Indo Chine; etc £200 - £300

Stamps, Great Britain, Presentation Packs; etc £40 - £50

1815 Stamps, album entitled Other items of interest, includes Gold Stamps, Mexican state issues; Postal Stationery etc; another album of Telephone Cards, Credit Cards, membership cards; war related ephemera; other ephemera and postal history; another album of Green Shield and other bonus stamps, labels and vouchers £40 - £60

1804 Stamps, Great Britain, good Victorian Collection in ring binder, 1d blacks (4), another on cover pm 1841; 1940 Centenary Issues; 2d blues imperfs including row of four uncut on cover; 1d reds imperfs including on covers; large selection of fiscals; plated 1d reds and _d; 2d dark blue; 1d underprints; later 2d blues including on covers; Victoria used to 5/- and £1 green perforated, neat pm but top left corner off; later mint to 1/-; forgeries; comprehensive group of revenues; postal stationery - cut offs and complete; Mulready cover; early postal history; Jubilee postal stationary, etc £600 - £900

1816 Stamps, album of Postal Strike Covers and other private issues; another album of Antarctica, covers etc; another album of America fiscal and specials; Great Britain, Omnibus Editions, Royal Events, King and Queens of England; album of Cinderella issues, other material £100 - £150

1805 Stamps, Great Britain, good Edward VII collection including group of pm; postcards; used to 5/- and £1 on paper (faults); postal stationery; fiscals, revenues; George V, used to 1/-; mint blocks of four; mint Seahorses 2/6, 5/-; used to 10/; Philatelic Congress Issues; Edward VIII inc postal history £300 - £400

1817 Stamps, Great Britain, Covers, Aviation, Signed Covers, 1970’s, including Red Arrows, etc (*46) £80 - £100 1818 Stamps, Great Britain, Covers, Aviation, Signed Covers, Commemorating various events including Anniversary of Berlin Airlift, 1972-75, Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon Album (*57) £80 - £100

1806 Stamps, Specimens and proofs, 19th - 20th century inc many early and interesting issues from Canada, Mauritius, Cape of Good Hope, Southern Rhodesia etc £120 - £180

1819 Stamps, Great Britain, Covers, Aviation, Signed Covers, 1970’s, Special Events including 70th anniversary of Bleriot’s Flight (*44) £80 - £100

1807 Stamps, Channel Islands, Alderney, Jersey, Guernsey; Isle of Man, other regions, multi album collection£80 - £120

1820 Stamps, Great Britain, Covers, Aviation, Signed Covers, 1970’s-80’s, including ‘Bomber’ Harris, VC Winners (*44) £80 - £100

1808 Stamps, German States, exceptional and comprehensive 19th - 20th century album, very high catalogue value £700 - £900

1821 Winston Churchill, Stamps, 1965 omnibus issues (4), probably complete loose with four unused Stanley Gibbons Souvenir Albums; other Churchill ephemera and 45rpm single £50 - £80

1809 Stamps, Great Britain, overprints, 19th-20th century, Bahrain, Bechuanaland, Eritrea, Somalia, Tripolitania, Cyprus, Eire, etc; postal history with post mark interest, an interesting and comprehensive album £100 - £150

1822 Stamps, Great Britain, Presentation Packs and Booklets, large quantity with high face value £350 - £500

1810 Stamps, Great Britain and World varieties and errors, including colour shifts, missing colours, missing letters, inverted designs, comprehensive album with some major varieties; Airmail letters, Aerograms, Airmail Stamps; Ship Mail stamps, others £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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1823 Stamps, Great Britain, Royal Mail, Presentation Packs, 1990-2000, high face value (*112) £80 - £100

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Sport

Militaria and Weapons

1824 Sport, Football, Autographs, 1950’s, photographs and magazine clippings signed by various including Bobby Charlton, Billy Wright; Programme Nottingham Forest v Manchester United October 12th 1957 (cover detached);m Manchester City team photograph signed by team in ink; quantity of 1960s programmes £150 - £200

1832 Scottish Military- 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot - badges, buttons, plume and cap; a 78th Highlanders cap; a Gordon Highlanders sporran; another (6) £200 - £300

1833 An 1890 pattern Prussian infantry officers sword, 81cm straight single-edged fullered blade, gilt brass hilt with folding guard pierced and cast with an eagle, wire-bound grip, steel scabbard, 101cm long overall £100 - £150

1825 Sport, Football, Programmes, Nottingham Forest Home and Away 1945/46 Season unless stated, Home Games, Vol XXV, no.3, 6 (2), 8, 11 (Arsenal), 16, 19 (damaged), 22, mostly Good; Away Games, Notts County 1944/45 season, Arsenal (2), West Ham United, Millwall; Birmingham City; Charity Match, R.A.F. Medical Rehabilitation Unit v Brush Selected XI, Loughborough Wednesday 16th May (1945) signed in red ink by 12 players; few cuttings relating to the Brush Team; Nottingham Forest Season Ticket Complimentary Centre Stand 1946-47 complete apart from voucher 9 (*17) £200 - £300

1834 Militaria, Germany, Third Reich, armband, black swastika on gold background with thick felt band; Great Britain, World War Two medals, War, Defence (3) £50 - £80

1835 Militaria, World War One and later, cap badges including several on badge belt, collar dogs, shoulders titles and buttons, including ROYAL SUSSEX T5 brass shoulder pair; Canada Edmonton 51 cap badge by Inglis; War Service badges (2); R.F.C. brass sweetheart £80 - £120

1826 Sport, Football, Autograph Album, c1950, including Manchester United Pearson, Carey, Downie, McShane, Redman, Rawley etc (9 names in ink); other teams mostly in ink, West Bromwich Albion (12), Huddersfield (10), Bolton including Lofthouse (12), Blackpool including Mortensen (11), Charlton including Bartram (10), Wolves (11), and others, neat little album £100 - £150

1839 A folk art truncheon, the head carved and painted as a moustached Arab wearing a keffiyeh, 47.5cm long, early 20th century £60 - £100 1840 A 19th century percussion pistol, 8.5cm barrel, the lockplate engraved with scrolling foliage, chequered grip inlaid with a vacant oval cartouche, 16.5cm long overall £70 - £100

1827 Football programmes, Derby County Football Club, 1946 Cup Final, Pathe News 8mm film; ephemera relating to 1946 and later; 1960-61 Derby County away programmes; other later programmes £150 - £250

1841 A Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife, 17cm doubleedged fullered blade, the crossguard stamped TTT, and 56 below an arrow, chequered grip, 30cm long overall, leather sheath £100 - £150

1828 Fishing - a brass 4.5” reel, by Carter & Sons, 137 St John Street, E.C., 12cm diam £50 - £70

1842 A flintlock pistol, 22.5cm barrel, stamped Cal 44, RS, 9012, the lockplate inscribed 1769, brass trigger guard and butt cap, 35cm long overall £150 - £200

1829 Cricket, Wisden, pb 1944, 1945, 1946, 1950; hb 1946, 1947, all good-vg, the earlier issues rare; with Autograph album, including South Africa 1935 tourist pc rp with signatures of three players; other pre war county players; few other books; etc £200 - £300

1843 A French 1804 pattern sabre de marine briquet (naval cutlass), 57.25cm curved single edged blade, ribbed grip, curved quillon, the blade numbered 4, spine engraved Ma**, poincons to hilt, stamped twice 120, brass mounted leather scabbard numbered 164, both hilt and scabbard struck with anchor, 73cm long overall £60 - £100

1830 Cricket, Derbyshire County Cricket Club, scrap books containing scores, newspaper cuttings etc, 1919-26, 1931; Derbyshire CCC Year Books; album of cricketing photographs, contemporary, reproductions and press photos, including England 1930, 1933; Notts 1949; early studio portrait of Iremonger; many others £80 - £120

1844 A Lapp or Sami bone leuku knife, 10cm curved ended single-edged blade, the haft and five piece scabbard engraved with reindeer, serrated borders, 23cm long overall, first half 20th century £50 - £70

1831 An early 20th century black velvet sporting cap, light blue trim and tassel, embroided with monogram BHC and 1910-11 £30 - £50

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1845 A Middle Eastern jambiya, 13.5cm single-edged blade, the shaped haft and hooked scabbard gilt metal mounted and applied with specimen marbles and hardstones, 30cm long £60 - £100

1846 A percussion pistol, 26cm octagonal barrel, full stock, 41cm long overall £60 - £100

1847 A pre-War BSA .22 calibre under lever air rifle, serial number T5190, walnut stock with chequered panels, stamped V32, 14 1/4, 115.5cm long overall £100 - £150

1848 A Spanish percussion pistol, 24cm fluted hexagonal barrel, half stock, stamped proof marks, Black Powder Only, numbered 211907, 39cm long overall £150 - £200 1849 A Tuareg telek arm dagger, 29.5cm tapered double edged blade engraved with bands of wrigglework, pierced cruciform hilt, brass scabbard, leather arm loop, 45.5cm long overall, North Africa £60 - £100

1850 A Victorian Infantry Officer’s sword, the 82cm straight single edged pointed fullered blade engraved with VR and Crown cipher, wirebound shagreen grip, pierced steel hilt, stepped pommel, steel scabbard, two lanyard rings, 102cm overall £60 - £100

1852 An 1822 pattern infantry offiver’s sword, to the Rifle Volunteers, 82.5cm slightly curved single edged fullered blade, etched with crowned insignia, monogram and scrolling foliage, inset roundel inscribed Proof, brass Gothic hilt, wirebound fish skin grip, 97cm long overall; a 19th century Continental sword, 78cm double-edged blade, brass crossguard, leather grip, brass urnular pommel, 99cm long overall (2) £200 - £300

1853 An 18th century flintlock pistol, 20.5cm barrel indistinctly inscribed, the lockplate with Royal crest and inscribed London, full stock inlaid with silvered wire, silvered butt cap chased with flowers and scrolling foliage, 35cm long overall, c.1750 £200 - £300

1854

1854 An Indo-Persian devil’s head mace, the hollow steel terminal etched with scrolling motifs, wooden shaft, 48.5cm long, 19th century £200 - £300

1855 An Ottoman Bichaq, 18.5cm single edged blade damascened and applied in silver, brass and copper with scrolling leaves and vine, carved horn handle, 28cm long overall, 19th century £100 - £150

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Tribal

1859 Tribal Art - a zulu knobkerrie, compressed globular head, 43cm long, South Africa, 19th century £60 - £100

1867 Tribal Art - an Asmat shield, the cresting pierced and carved with warriors and a vanquished foe, the front with totem and meandering lines, decorated with shell beads and white and ochre pigments, 106cm high, Irian Jaya, Papua New Guinea £100 - £150

1860 Tribal Art - an utam axe, knapped stone blade, rattan bound, curved pointed shaft, 45cm long, Irian Jaya, Papua New Guinea £60 - £100

1868 Tribal Art - an African mask, of long, narrow proportions, 63.5cm long; a pair of fly whisks, ivory hafts carved with stiff leaves; a dagger (4) £50 - £80

1861 Tribal Art - an Oceanic club, possibly Aboriginal, textured elongated bulbous pointed head, 49.5cm long, 19th century £100 - £150 1862 Tribal Art - an Indonesian medicine container, carved with bands of running scrolls, 15cm high, Borneo; an East Timor ancestor mask; another; East Timor spoons; a Jamu (medicine) container, frog finial, inlaid with mother-of-pearl lozenges, 15.5cm high (6) £60 - £100 1863 Tribal Art - an Australian Aboriginal woomera, carved with long wavy bands, to verso with animals, 75.5cm long £100 - £150 1864 Tribal Art - an Australian Aboriginal hunting boomerang, 66cm wide, 19th/early 20th century £200 - £300 1865 Tribal Art - an Australian Aboriginal hunting boomerang, 65cm long, Queensland, 19th century; another (2) £150 - £200

1866 Tribal Art - an Australian Aboriginal digeridoo, 19th/early 20th century £150 - £200 1869

1869 Tribal Art - an African figure, probably from a heddle pulley, 32cm high, Ivory coast £60 - £100

1870 Tribal Art - a Yoruba bronze bust, of an oba (king), 33cm high, Territory of the Old Benin Kingdom, Nigeria £60 - £100 1871 Tribal Art - a Tanimbar Islands ancester boat, the deck with fifteen figures, 60.5cm long £40 - £60

1872 Tribal Art - a Sumatran ancestor boat, probably Batak, the bow carved with a stylised dragon, the stern with a monkey, the sides with bands of leafy scrolls above crocodiles, 70cm long, shaped stand £60 - £100 1873 Tribal Art - a South African knobkerrie, of onepiece construction, irregular burlwood head, the grip carved with bands of zig-zags, 40.5cm long, 19th century £100 - £150

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1874 Tribal Art - a Sepik River ancestor mask, shell eyes, 22cm long, Papua New Guinea £60 - £100

1875 Tribal Art - a Polynesian spatulate or sword club, flatened spreading blade, cross guard carved with scrolls, pierced rounded tip and pommel, 71cm long, £150 - £200 1876 Tribal Art - a Polynesian pearl shell neck ornament, decorated with red pigment, 21.5cm wide, Papua New Guinea or Vanuatu £150 - £200 1877 Tribal Art - a Polynesian paddle the broad flattened head carved with geometric bands, pierced and carved pointed pommel, 161cm long £80 - £120

1881

1881 Tribal Art - a Native American hide bottle and cover, handles to sides, 28cm high, North America, late 19th/early 20th century £60 - £100

1878

1882

1878 Tribal Art - a Polynesian paddle club or staff, broad curved head, carved pointed shaft, 148cm long, 19th century £600 - £1,000 1879

1882 Tribal Art - a large Fijian bowai pole club, spreading to a slightly domed terminal, carved in panels with bands of geometric tata, 96cm long, 19th century £800 - £1,200

Tribal Art - a Papua New Guinea penis sheath. £40 - £60

1883 Tribal Art - a Javanese medicine boat, the central jar with push-on cover flanked by two pairs of figures, carved with scrolls and geometric bands, 69cm long, conforming stand £50 - £70

1880 Tribal Art - a pair of Javanese carvings, of a wedding couple, 35cm high £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1884

1884 Tribal Art - a Javanese dance mask, carved with a mounted warrior charging an elephant and painted in tones of red, green and gilt, 14.5cm wide; another, similar (2) £60 - £100

1887

1887 Tribal Art - a Fang Ngontang helmet mask, carved with four faces, 28cm high, 27cm high,Cameroon/Gabon £100 - £150

1888

1888 Tribal Art - a Dyak mandau or parang ihlang headhunter’s sword, 48cm single-edged blade, the antler hilt carved and engraved with scrolling motifs, partially rattan bound and mounted with hair, 67cm long, smaller knife ensuite, Borneo, 19th/early 20th century (2) £200 - £300

1885

1885 Tribal Art - a Gurage headrest, of typical Y-shape, circular base, 15cm high, Ethiopia, 19th/early 20th century £60 - £100

1886

1889

1886 Tribal Art - a Fijian ula throwing club, carved inverted conical head with bun shaped terminal, 36cm long, 19th century £200 - £300 For more images please visit

1889 Tribal Art - a Dayak two-handled hornbill dish, 50cm wide, Kalimantan Region, Borneo £50 - £70 191

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1890 Tribal Art - a Dayak head hunter’s stick, the pommel carved as a stylised figure holding a severed trophy, the shaft with scrolls and debased lotus, terminating in a foot, 108cm high, Kalimantan Region, Borneo £60 - £100 1891 Tribal Art - a Dayak crocodile box and cover, carved overall with bands of scrolls and interlaced motifs, 48cm long, Kalimantan Region, Borneo £50 - £70

1896 76cm

Taxidermy - a carp, amongst reeds, cased, 50cm x £100 - £150

1898

Taxidermy - a sawfish blade, 55cm long £60 - £100

1897 Taxidermy - a Salmon, amongst reeds, 44cm x 106cm bowed case £60 - £100

1892 Tribal Art - a Dayak blow pipe and quiver, the plug carved as a crocodile, 50cm long, Kalimantan Region, Borneo £50 - £70

1899 Taxidermy - a Stag’s head, four points, mounted on a oak shield £100 - £150

1893 Tribal Art - a Dayak baby carrier, carved overall with scrolls, monkeys and stylised animals and decorated with beads, 46cm high, Kalimantan Region, Borneo £60 - £100

1900

1894 Tribal Art - a Dani bow, 129cm long, Irian Jaya, Papua New Guinea; various arrows (12) £60 - £100

1901

1895 Tribal Art - a large hardwood mask wall sculpture, carved with faces and inlaid with ivory lozenges, 79cm long, 20th century £300 - £500

Taxidermy - a Zebra skin rug, 180cm long £60 - £100

Taxidermy - s sword fish bill, 136cm long £150 - £200

1902 Taxidermy - a pair of Trout, amongst reeds, inscribed Caught at Damflask, June 20th, 1905, 47cm x 100cm , bowed case £200 - £300 1903

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Day Four

Friday 11th October at 10.30am

Boxes, Objects and Works of Art

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Boxes and Objects

1910 A 19th century American folk art casket tea caddy, lift-off cover surmounted by a finial carved as a bonneted lady and horse, enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, carved in relief with eagles, trees and strapwork, columnar angles, reeded S-scroll feet, 24cm high, 23cm wide, c.1850 £300 - £500

1919 A George III crossbanded mahogany rectangular tea caddy, of small proportions, hinged cover with brass axehead handle, veneered with oval reserves, 11.5cm high, 11.5cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150

1920 A George III crossbanded rosewood rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, inlaid with oval shell and leafy stem paterae, outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, 12.5cm high, 18cm wide, c.1810 £120 - £180

1911 A 19th century Anglo-Indian sarcophagus hardwood and brass tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a bowl flanked by lidded compartments, inlaid with quatrefoils and meandering leafy stems, skirted base, ball feet, 20cm high, 30cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

1921 A George III fiddle back mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with brass lion mask handle, enclosing lidded twin compartments, inlaid with two pairs of oval batwing paterae, crossbanded and outlined throughout with satinwood trompe l’oeil stop-fluting and barberpole stringing, 11.5cm high, 19.5cm wide, c.1790 £300 - £500

1912 A 19th century brass mounted mahogany novelty tea caddy, as a miniature cylinder bureau, hinged cover, bun feet, 12cm high, 13.5cm wide, c.1830 £150 - £200

1913 A 19th century mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of maple lidded compartments, inlaid in coloured woods with an acanthus lyre, anthemion and bell husk swag, brass ball feet, 14cm high, 20cm wide £120 - £180

1922 A George III kingwood crossbanded burr yew canted rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a long cover and twin compartments, inlaid with a pair of oval paterae, trompe l’oeil fluting to angles, outlined throughout with chequered stringing, 11.5cm high, 20cm wide, c.1790 £300 - £500

1914 A 19th century satinwood and Tunbridge ware sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged concave moulded cover enclosing lidded twin compartments, outlined throughout with chequered stringing, ogee bracket feet, 16cm high, 25cm wide £150 - £250

1923 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged chamfered cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 12.5cm high, 19cm wide, c.1800 £40 - £60

1915 A 19th century tortoiseshell octagonal tea caddy, of small proportions, hinged cover, 7.5cm high, c.1840 £150 - £250

1924 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, inlaid with four oval shell paterae, crossbanded throughout and outlined with boxwood stringing, 14cm high, 20.5cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £200

1916 A George II mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a spoon tray and three compartments, Rococo brass swan neck handle and leafy escutcheon, skirted base, bracket feet, 15cm high, 22cm wide, c.1750 £100 - £150

1925 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, inlaid with three batwing paterae, the sides veneered with oval reserves, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 12cm high, 17cm wide, c.1800 £120 - £180

1917 A George II/early George III brass mounted mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with swan neck handle, enclosing a pair of lidded canisters, brass bat shaped escutcheon, skirted base, 18cm high, 24cm wide, c.1760 £150 - £200

1926 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid with an oval shell patera, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, bun feet, 13cm high, 22cm wide, c.1800 £80 - £120

1918 A George II/early George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with Rococo swan neck handle, enclosing a tin sugar box and a pair of canisters, outlined with barberpole stringing, 15cm high, 24cm wide, c.1755 £80 - £120

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1927 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with brass axehead handle, enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, 12cm high, 18.5cm wide, c.1810 £80 - £120

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1930 A George III mahogany small rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover outlined with a dog tooth band, the front inlaid with a satinwood oval, 12cm high, 12.5cm wide, 11cm deep, 19th century £70 - £100

1928 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with Sheffield plate navette shaped swing handle, enclosing a bowl aperture flanked by a pair of lidded compartments, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 15cm high, 29cm wide, 15cm deep, c.1800 £40 - £60

1931 A George III Neo-Classical mahogany crossbanded burr yew oval tea caddy, hinged cover with brass axehead handle, enclosing a falling doubter, inlaid with and oval batwing patera and trompe l’oeil fluting, 14cm high, 19cm wide, c.1775 £400 - £600

1929 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged crossbanded cover with brass swan neck handle, enclosing three compartments and a provision for spoons, batwing paterae to angles, outlined with boxwood stringing, skirted base, ogee bracket feet, 28.5cm wide, c.1770 £70 - £100 For more images please visit

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1932 A George III rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a cut glass bowl and a pair of rectangular canisters, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, brass loose ring handles to sides, ball feet, 20cm high, 31cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £80

1936 A Regency kingwood crossbanded rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, navette shaped escutcheon, gilt brass lion mask handles to sides, paw feet, 16cm high, 18cm wide, c.1820 £120 - £180

1933 A George III satinwood canted rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing lidded twin compartments, inlaid with two pairs of burr wood ovals, trompe l’oeil fluting to angles, 12.5cm high, 21.5cm wide £400 - £600

1937 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, inlaid with lozenges and outlined with brass and boxwood stringing, lion mask handles, paw feet, 17cm high, 21.5cm wide, c.1820 £150 - £200 1938 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, outlined throughout with brass stringing, ring handles to sides, gadrooned base, bun feet, 16cm high, 23cm wide, c.1820 £150 - £250 1939 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover lined to verso with tooled and gilt leather, enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, inlaid with bands of roundels, outlined with brass stringing, flush military handles to sides, bun feet, 20cm high, 28cm wide, c.1820 £200 - £300

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1940 A Regency rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a bowl flanked by lidded compartments, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, gilt brass lion mask handles to sides, ivory escutcheon, lion paw feet, 19cm high, 30cm wide, c.1820 £150 - £200

1934 A late George II/ early George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with brass swan neck handle, enclosing three compartments, outlined throughout with barberpole stringing, brass outswept bracket feet, 15.5cm high, 23.5cm wide, c.1755 £100 - £150

1941 A small George III burr yew canted rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with sheffield plate finial, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, 11cm high, 12cm wide, c.1800 £120 - £180

1942 A Victorian mother of pearl marquetry tea caddy, hinged pitched cover enclosing a doubter, inlaid overall with flowers and leafy stems, bun feet, 12cm high, 15.5cm wide, c.1860 £100 - £150

1943 A Victorian Neo-Gothic E.P.N.S. mounted oak tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, turned columns to angles, scroll handles, bun feet, shield to base numbered 1215, the lock stamped VR Patent, 16cm high, 25cm wide, c.1865 £150 - £250

1935

1944 A Victorian rosewood and parquetry cube tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid with tumbling blocks, the sides with a band of pennants, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, 11.5cm square, c.1860 £150 - £200

1935 A rare William IV mahogany novelty tea caddy, shaped back carved with acanthus scrolls, hinged cover enclosing a bowl aperture and a pair of lidded compartments, the front with blind drawers and cupboards, spoon drawer to side, fluted bun feet, 23cm high, 34cm wide, c.1835 £500 - £700 For more images please visit

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1945 A Victorian walnut and parquetry rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, outlined throughout with chevron and chequered bands, 11cm high, 17.5cm wide, c.1870 £50 - £70

1946 An 18th century mahogany and parquetry rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with brass swan neck handle, enclosing three compartments, veneered overall with panels of batons, brass ball and claw feet, 14.5cm high, 20.5cm wide £120 - £180

1947 An early George III mahogany tea caddy, hinged cover with brass swan neck handle, enclosing three compartments and a spoon rack, pierced brass bat shaped escutcheon, skirted base, ogee bracket feet, 18cm high, 25cm wide, c.1760 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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1958 1948 An Irish Killarney marquetry sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing satinwood lidded twin compartments, inlaid with fanciful birds and scrolling foliage, mother of pearl roundels to angles, outlined with silvered stringing, ring handles to sides, bun feet, 15cm high, 22cm wide, c.1850 £150 - £200 1953 diam 1954

1957 An early 18th century bronze mortar, flared rim, skirted base, 11cm high, c.1720; another (2) £80 - £120 1958 A pair of 19th century stained glass roundels, possibly Flemish, in monochrome, picked out in yellow with fishermen, the other with interior of tavern, bordered in red glass, 29.5cm diam £300 - £500

A pair of Roman type bronze bracelets, 6.5cm £40 - £60

1959 A 17th century fire brick, moulded with initials MRA, 13.5cm wide, c.1600 - 1650 £40 - £60

A set of four Javanese Golek puppets, 38cm long £40 - £60

1960

1960 A 19th century Anglo-Indian gold mounted ivory rectangular box, hinged cover, inlaid with a ribbon cartouche inscribed Presented By The People Of Benares (Varanasi) 1861, enclosing a scroll, in script, 23cm wide, c.1860

Note: The scroll with the remains of an English inscription reading ‘We now with the deepest respect and gratitude bid you farewell’. It is perhaps a coincidence that in the same year Scottish Orientalist James R Ballantyne retired as Superintendent of the Sanskrit College, Benares, and therefore may have received such a gift. £300 - £500

1955

1955 An Indonesian rice chest, the shaped arched ends carved with stylised leaves and diapers, 59cm high, 105cm long, Madura Island £60 - £100 1956 A 17th/early 18th century bronze mortar, flared rim, skirted base, 14.5cm high, c.1680 - 1720 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1961 A 19th century Anglo-Indian ivory, sandalwood and sedali marquetry sarcophagus work box, hinged cover enclosing covered and open compartments, pin cushion and cylindrical boxes, brass lion paw feet, 20.5cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100

1962 A 19th century Anglo-Indian Vizagapatam ivory and sandalwood rectangular box, hinged sarcophagus cover, the profuse mounts pierced and engraved with leafy scrolls, lion paw feet, 26cm wide, c.1890 £60 - £100 1963 A 19th century Boulle work cylindrical taper vase, the side decorated with panels of leafy scrolls in alternating premier and contra partie, spreading base, 7cm high, c.1840 £60 - £100

1964 A 19th century brass bound mahogany campaign portable desk box, hinged cover enclosing a folding writing surface, wells, pen tray and stamp compartment, drawer to base, flush handles to sides, 41cm wide, c.1840 £120 - £180

1970

1965 A 19th century brass miner’s lamp, the arched bonnet stamped JCB within a triangle, above a sleeved gauze within three steel pillars, circular base, 22cm high £100 - £150

1966 A 19th century bronze inkwell, cast with acanthus and three bulls’ heads, the cover surmounted by a grape picker and goat, hoof feet, circular marble base, 18cm high £100 - £150 1967 A 19th century bronze military bell, possibly from a ship, iron tang, cast broad arrow mark, 21cm high overall £60 - £100

1971

1968 A 19th century Carrara marble portrait roundel, of William Shakespeare, 19cm diam, gilt frame £120 - £180

1969 A 19th century cast brass novelty vesta box, as a pair of bellows, the hinged cover engraved with a flowering leafy stem, striker to side, 14cm long, c.1870; another, similar; a table vesta, similar (3) £60 - £100 1970 A 19th century Continental Neo-Renaissance gilt metal novelty box, possibly Italian, as a fanciful bird, the folded wings hinged as a cover, perched on an oak branch, watered silk lined incurved base, 13.5cm wide, c.1850 £250 - £350

1971 A 19th century Continental pietra dura and ebonised table casket, hinged cover inlaid with a magnolia, moulded sides, bun feet, 28.5cm wide, c.1870 £120 - £180 1972 A 19th century Continental porcelain mounted bronze ikwell, cast as a swan, the well with hinged domed cover, decorated in the manner of Vienna with Cupid reclining, on a claret ground, 12.5cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1977 A 19th century dark patinated bronze, ormolu and library sculpture, modelled as three scantily clad putti supporting a globe, the triform base with fierce griffins, scroll feet, 25cm high £150 - £200

1973 A 19th century dark patinated and polished bronze table vesta, as a mortar, the side cast with four lion masks divided by strikers, 7.5cm diam £40 - £60

1974 A 19th century dark patinated and polished table centre epergne, the etched glass trumpet shaped flute supported by a scantily clad cherub, circular base with ropetwist border, 31.5cm high £80 - £120

1978 A 19th century Egyptian Revival copper samovar, lion mask loose ring handles, beaded rims, pharaoh head terminals, reeded legs, feet terminals, incurved rectangular bases, ball feet, crescent finials, 33cm high, c.1830£70 - £100

1975 A 19th century dark patinated bronze and marble ‘so to bed’ or taperstick, cast with a cherub supporting a pricket, beside a cylindrical vesta, rectangular marble base, 9cm wide; etc (4) £80 - £120

1979 A 19th century French dark patinated bronze novelty gaming counter dish, cast as a fierce lion, 13cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £100

1976 A 19th century dark patinated bronze sculptural candlestick, cast as a grotesque wyvern, acanthus sconce and drip pan, rectangular Belge Noir base, 21.5cm high £100 - £150

1980 A 19th century French ebonised , serpentine table top liqueur cabinet, hinged cover and front outlined with brass stringing, enclosing four amber flashed decanters and eleven drinking glasses, each etched with fruiting vine, 30cm wide, c.1870 £80 - £120

1981

1981 A 19th century French gilt bronze novelty inkwell, cast as a young girl feeding her dog, the kennel roof hinged, pen rest to verso, moulded oval base, 17cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150 1982 A 19th century French porcelain mounted silvered metal pocket watch stand, cast with a profusion of putti, masks and leafy scrolls, the mounts painted in the manner of Sevres with colourful summer flowers within Bleu Celeste borders, rectangular base, interlaced C mark, 22cm high £100 - £150

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1987 A 19th century Grand Tour pietra dura obelisk thermometer, inlaid with a flowerhead patera of specimen marbles, outlined with malachite, rectangular base, 48cm high, c.1860 £250 - £350

1983

1983 A 19th century gilt and silvered two handled ovoid mantel vase, possibly Russian, pierced and applied with a huntsman and deer amongst scrolling foliage, within reserves on a matted ground, scroll handles terminating in masks to sides, malacite base, 29cm high £150 - £200

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A 19th century gilt bronze corpus Christi, 32.5cm £100 - £150

1985 A 19th century gilt metal posy holder, pierced and chased with vine and leafy scrolls, set with turquoise and coloured stones, mother of pearl haft, 13.5cm long, c.1860 £80 - £120

1988

1988 A 19th century Irish bronze mounted walnut and mahogany table cabinet, stepped cornice with dentil frieze above a rectangular door applied with a grotesque mask, enclosing pigeon holes and three long graduated collector’s drawers, flanked by debased Ionic pilasters, skirted base, bun feet, 48cm high, 36cm wide, paper label for Thomas Fry & Co., Dublin, c.1860 £400 - £600

1986

1986 A 19th century Grand Tour dark patinated bronze, of a Roman bath or cistern, cast and applied with four Bacchic masks, paw feet, carrara socle, black marble base, 24cm long, c.1850 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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1989 A 19th century mahogany novelty money box, as a miniature chest of two short and three long drawers, moulded slightly over sailing top with pierced aperture, the front outlined with boxwood stringing, turned handles, sliding bung to verso, skirted base, bun feet, 15cm high, 17.5cm wide £60 - £80

1994 A 19th century scumbled travelling artist’s cabinet, brass swan neck carrying handle, enclosing a palette and five long graduated drawers, 32cm high £80 - £120

1995 A 19th century Staunton pattern bone chess set, red stained opposition, the kings 6.5cm high, c.1860, mahogany box £60 - £100

1996 A 19th century Stobwasser type papier mâché waisted circular table snuff box, the cover painted with a bearded gentleman in Ottoman costume, 10.5cm diam, c.1840 £60 - £100 1997 A 19th century toleware oval tray, decorated with a riverside palace, the border painted with flowers, on a blue ground, brass handles, 65cm wide; another, painted with a cottage, on a red ground, 74cm wide, c.1820 (2) £60 - £100

1998 A 19th century toleware oval tray, painted with a young girl wearing a pearl nrcklace, with colourful flowers on a red ground, brass handles, 43cm wide £40 - £60

1999 A 19th century toleware tray, painted with fanciful birds and flowers, pierced handles, gilt line to border, 60cm wide, c.1850; others (3) £60 - £100

2000 A 19th century tortoiseshell and piqué rectangular aide memoir, decorated in silver and gold coloured metal with scrolling leaves centred by a vacant lozenge, engine turned border, watered silk interior, 9.5cm long, c.1860 £60 - £100

1990

2001 A 19th century whale tooth, as a pin cushion, marine ivory ball feet, 13cm wide £50 - £80

1990 A 19th century ormolu and champleve enamel table centrepiece, the boat shaped flower trough decorated in polychrome with scrolling flowering stems, the rim cast with horned foliate masks, terminating in scroll handles, detachable liner, the shaped tri-form base with three swans, 34cm high, c.1870 £200 - £300 1991 A 19th century ormolu shaped oval easel mirror, bevelled plate within a silk-backed border pierced with a continuous band of flowers and foliage, the frame cast with ribbon-tied flowers, crested and flanked by putti allegorical of vanity, leafy scroll apron, 25.5cm high, retailed by Tahan, Rue de la Paix, Paris, c.1870 £300 - £500

1992 A 19th century parquetry and ebonised rectangular table box, hinged cover inlaid with a star, enclosing a lift-tray, plinth base, 15cm high, 32cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100

2002

2002 A Biedermeier mahogany canted rectangular table jardinière, bail handles carved with swans, lion paw feet, brass liner, 42cm wide, c.1830 £120 - £180

1993 A 19th century rectangular giltwood frame, carved with acorns and oak leaves, 50cm x 40cm; another, shaped rectangular, applied with C and S scrolls, 72cm x 60cm £60 - £100 For more images please visit

2003 A Black Forest desk thermometer, eagle cresting, rectangular scale flanked by flowers and leaves, rocky base, 21cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100 202

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2004 A Black Forest type page turner, the large pommel carved as a French bulldog, glass eyes, 47cm long, c.1920 £100 - £150

2011 A Continental softwood carving, of a putti, gesturing upwards with one arm, holding a branch in the other, 39cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

2005 A brass cased chronometer, inscribed D McGregor & Co, Glasgow & Greenock, Compensated, 5cm diam £60 - £100

2012 A French champleve enamel inkwell, knop finial, hinged cover, decorated in polychrome with stylised flowers, scrolls and trellis, dished base set with green onyx, bun feet, 12cm wide, c.1900 £50 - £70

2006 A cast iron novelty nut cracker, as the actor Harold Lloyd, 15cm long, marked Nestor, Rd. 746570, Made in England, c.1925 £60 - £100

2013 A French desk globe, by J Forest, turned ebonised base, 33cm high £100 - £150

2007 A Ceylonese ebony and coromandel rectangular partner’s inkstand, the rectangular wafer box with hinged cover surmounted by an elephant, flanked by a pair of wells and pen recesses, compartments to angles, ivory ball finials, drawer to base, shaped apron, bracket feet, 31.5cm wide, c.1900 £80 - £120

2014 A French gilt metal shaped serpentine dressing table casket, hinged cover set with a circular portrait miniature, of a young aristocratic girl, bust length, indistinctly signed, watercolour on ivory, on an engine turned ground, 10.45cm wide, early 20th century £100 - £150

2008 A Ceylonese/Anglo Indian rectangular work box, carved in high relief with flowers and scrolling leaves, hinged cover enclosing a lift-out tray with three rows of three covered compartments, the interior inlaid in stained and engraved ivory with an elephant, scrolling leaves and bands of roundels, 34cm wide £100 - £150

2015 A George II parcel-gilt and painted truncheon or tipstaff, the turned head decorated with Royal coat of arms, and inscribed G II R, initialled to verso JK? in cursive script, 37cm long, c.1750 £60 - £100 2016 A George III mahogany draughtsman’s box, hinged cover, 33cm wide, c.1800; a 19th century four fold ruler, by Aston & Mander, Makers, 25 Old Compton St., Soho, London, marked out with cask volumes, opening to 61cm long; a 19th century brass mounted boxwood rigger’s rope gauge, 11.5cm long; another; a brass and mahogany shipwright’s bevel,30.5cm long; other rulers (8) £100 - £150

2009 A W H Davis and Sons Ltd engine builders plaque, Langwith Junction Wagon Works, Mansfield, LMS Wolverton, lot no.1536, dated 1948 £180 - £220

2010 A Continental carving, of a horse, high trotting, rustic base, 35cm high £100 - £150

2017 A George III mahogany serpentine fronted knife box, sloping cover enclosing cutlery compartments, outlined throughout with barberpole stringing, 31cm high, c.1775 (faults) £40 - £60 2018 A George III mahogany tambour top lap desk, the roll operated by a drawer to base, enclosing a lift-out tray with well apertures and pen compartment, above a fall front with inset baize lined writing surface, the drawer fitted with a bi-fold reading surfaces ivory kite shaped escutcheon, brass swan neck handles, 38cm wide, c.1790 £60 - £100 2019 A George III reverse painted engraving on glass, And the Woman said, the Serpent beguiled me, and I did eat (Genesis 3:13), 35cm x 25cm, c.1800; another, The Annunciation of the Virgin Mary (2) £60 - £100 2020 A George III shagreen tapered rounded rectangular draughtsman’s etui, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of drawing instruments, 18cm long, c.1810 £100 - £150

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2021 A George III toleware butler’s knife tray, pierced handle, gilt band border,42cm wide, c.1820 £40 - £60

2022

2022 A George IV mahogany bird cage correspondence box, hinged cover with a pair of letter apertures, enclosing a division, gadrooned borders, 23.5cm wide, c.1825

Provenance: By repute made for Catherine (Kitty) Stephens, Countess of Essex (1794 - 1882). £200 - £300 2023 A Gothic Revival polychrome table casket, hinged pagoda cover, decorated in the Pre-Raphaelite taste with a medieval procession and portrait roundels, skirted base, bun feet, 15cm high, 16.5cm wide, c.1850 £200 - £300

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2028 A late 19th/early 20th century tobacconist’s shop display figure, carved as a night in armour, he stands, holding a lance, textured base, 76cm high £100 - £150

2024 A Javanese volcanic pestle and mortar, chevron border, 15cm high £60 - £80

2029 A late Victorian Neo-Classical Revival silver mounted tortoiseshell and pique slope front desk top stationery box, hinged cover inlaid and applied with batwing patera and swags, enclosing stepped divisions lined in watered silk, 28.5cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150

2025 A late 17th century style brass rectangular mirror, leafy cresting embossed with dragons and scrolls, leaves to angles, scroll and shell borders, 66cm x 42cm £60 - £100

2030 A late Victorian papier mache book slide, painted with lily of the valley and snowdrops, within malachite banded borders, the ends applied with studded brass, 33cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £100

2026 A late 19th century silver coloured metal mounted horse chestnut vesta case, hinged cover, applied with a shield shaped cartouche, striker to base, 5cm long, c.1900 £50 - £80

2031 A late Victorian/Edwardian oak rounded rectangular games compendium, The Royal Cabinet of Games, hinged cover and two-piece front enclosing a lift-out tray, board, chess pieces, dominoes, playing cards, and counters, 32cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £200

2027 A late 19th/early 20th century brass articulated Medina fish, 31.5cm long, c.1900 These fish take their colloquial name from examples recovered from the wreck of SS Medina which was torpedoed in 1917 whilst returning from India with former governor of Calcutta Lord Carmichael.

2032 A Mauchline ware book, Poems by Burns, transfer printed with Tam O’Shanter & Souter Johnny, to verso with a named view of Burns’ Monument, From The Auld Brig O’Doon, 13cm high, c.1880 £50 - £80

Reference: Turner, G., Fishing Tackle: A Collector’s Guide £40 - £60

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2040 A pair of 19th century Grand Tour campana mantel urns, cast in bas relief with Bacchic putti, stepped Belge Noir plinths, each inlaid with a malachite oval, 20cm high £200 - £300

2033 A Mauchline Ware rectangular work box, transfer printed with named views of Penmaenmawr, Moel Llys, Penmaenmawr and Hotel & Pier, Penmaenmawr, hinged cover, 25.5cm wide, c.1880; a glove box, St Thomas Church, Lymington (2) £60 - £100

2041 A pair of 19th century dark patinated bronze candlesticks, each cast with a theatrical musician, the backdrop inscribed Grande Farce Par Gali Mafre, urnular sconces cast with stage curtains, outswept tripod bases, ball feet, 25.5cm high, c.1875 £120 - £180

2034 A Mauchline ware Universal Work Box, by William Whiteley, London, transfer printed with the Scott Monument, Edinburgh, Burns Cottage, Dryburgh Abbey, Burns Monument and Abbotsford, 24cm wide, c.1900 £50 - £70 2035 A Napoleonic prisoner of war rectangular straw work picture, depicting a riverside with figures in a boat and on a bridge, a ruined building and church in the distance, 16cm x 25cm, c.1815 £200 - £300 2036 A Napoleonic prisoner of war work rectangular box, typically decorated in coloured straw with a rural church, 9.5cm wide, early 19th century £50 - £70 2037 A Neo-Classical Corinthian capital, mounted as a wall bracket, 24cm wide, 18th/19th century £60 - £100 2038 A Northern European oak carving, of a lady of the court in Medieval costume, canted rectangular base, 47cm high £60 - £100 2039 A novelty treen back scratcher, carved with hand, 93cm long, mid 19th century £60 - £100

2042

2042 A pair of 19th century dark patinated bronze halffluted acanthus grasped campana shaped mantel urns, beaded everted rims, spreading socle, square rouge marble plinths, 29cm high, c.1850 £500 - £800 2043 A pair of 19th century French champleve enamel candlesticks, detachable nozzles, campana sconces above disc knops, tapered square columns, brightly decorated in the Persian taste with stylised flowers on a blue ground, stepped square bases, bun feet, 22cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100

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2044 2044 A pair of 19th century French dark patinated bronze and ormolu urnular ewers, in the Renaissance taste, boldly cast with rams head masks and bas reliefs, entwined twin serpent handles, waisted socles cast with acanthus, circular bases, 48cm high, c.1880 ÂŁ2,000 - ÂŁ3,000

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2045 A pair of 19th century German ivory opera glasses, by Gebruder Roettig, Dresden, 11cm wide, c.1870, cased £50 - £80

2048 A pair of 19th century giltwood and gesso wall brackets, shaped serpentine plateaux with lotus borders above deep aprons of stiff acanthus and scrolls, 27cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £150 2049 A pair of 19th century ivory opera glasses, 11.5cm wide, c.1870 £50 - £80 2050 A pair of 19th century mahogany turned candlesticks, campana sconces with broad saucer shaped rims, slender baluster columns, broad domed and reeded bases, 31cm high £60 - £100 2051 A pair of 19th century silhouette, of a gentleman wearing a tailed coat, 25cm x 16cm, framed £100 - £150 2052 A pair of Colonial coconut drinking cups, engraved with stylised leaves, 14.5cm wide £40 - £60 2053 A pair of Continental carved and polychrome painted softwood figures, of bearded gentlemen wearing broad brimmed hats, square bases, 24cm high, 19th/early 20th century £100 - £150

2046

2046 A pair of 19th century gilt and dark patinated bronze caryatid candlesticks, cast as scantily clad classical female figures, acanthus grasped urnular sconces, waisted circular sconces, 26cm high £100 - £150

2054 A pair of Continental oak figures, carved as soldiers, each dressed in helmet and armour and holding a sword, square bases, 46cm high, 19th century £120 - £180

2047 A pair of 19th century gilt metal Cellini type ewers, cast overall in the Renaissance taste with masks, putti and strapwork, 45cm high, the bases with cast relief marks LSF 1, c.1860 £150 - £200

2055 A pair of Florentine rectangular giltwood wall mirrors, the frames pierced and carved with shells and acanthus scrolls, 70cm x 36cm, c.1850 £200 - £300 2056 A pair of George III mahogany candlestands, dished circular plateaux, turned slender baluster columns, draught turned bases, 29cm high, 19th century £70 - £100 2057 A pair of giltwood and gesso figural candelabra, each modelled with a cherub seated on a dolphin beneath a scrolling branch, 51cm high £60 - £100 2058 A pair of ivory pilgrim beads, each carved with the face of Christ, to verso with momento mori, 2.5cm long £60 - £100 2059 A pair of Mauchline ware slender ovoid spill vases, made of wood which grew near Alloway Kirk on the banks of The Doon, transfer printed with Burns Monument and Auld Brig O’Doon, crenellated rims, knopped stems, spreading circular bases, 28cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

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2060

2060 A pair of Medieval sandstone figural corbels, carved as a king and queen, 22cm high £100 - £150 2064

2064 A post-Medieval North European softwood carving, an allusion to the Virgin, Christ and John the Baptist, a faithful dog at their side, demi-lune base, 40.5cm high £150 - £200

2065 A Regency cornucopia vase, frosted green glass cornucopia, serrated border, ormolu ram mask head, crinoline marble base, 22cm high, c.1820 £60 - £100

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2066

2061 A pair of oak pilasters, carved in typical 16th century manner with herms, each bare chested male figure with one arm folded across across his front, above foliate masks and fruiting foliage, 53.5cm long £150 - £250

2066 A Regency lignum vitae two-handled urnular oil lamp and cover, carved with a band of waves, bold acanthus capped scroll , spreading circular base, 19.5cm high, c.1815 £200 - £300

2062 A pair of post Regency dark patinated bronze candlesticks, detachable nozzles, compressed campana sconces, the square bases cast and applied with cranes drinking from a fountain, 25.5cm high, c.1850 £60 - £100

2067 A Regency mahogany and brass marquetry rectangular campaign box, hinged cover, 24.5cm wide, c.1825 £70 - £100

2068 A set of three George III steel fire irons, shovel, tongs and poker, facetted handle, 66cm long, c.1800 £40 - £60

2063 A pair of tennis posts, cast iron stands, cast T. M. Gardinier, Ltd; a net; rackets, Ayres, various £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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2069 A set of three George III steel fire irons, shovel, tongs and poker, twisted hafts, mask and ring handles, 85cm long, c.1800 £70 - £100

2077 A Victorian brass mounted rectangular desk weight, applied overall with leafy scroll cut-card work, knop finial, 12.5cm wide, c.1865 £40 - £60

2078

2078 A Victorian bronze mounted oak rectangular tobacco casket, the hinged cover enclosing a zinc lined canister with falling doubter, match safe and compartments, the mount cast with Silenus on his donkey, the escutcheon with musicians, TH Secure Patent lock, 22.5cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

2070

2070 A Southern European Colonial nacre shell icon, engraved with The Last Supper and The Birth of Jesus, 16.5cm wide £250 - £350

2079 A Victorian coromandel rectangular writing box, hinged cover enclosing a slope with inset velvet surface trimmed with tooled and gilt leather, well aperture, pen and stamp compartments, 30cm wide, c.1900 £50 - £80

2071 A Staunton pattern boxwood and ebony chess set, the King’s side pieces marked with a red crown, the Kings 8cm high, late 19th/early 20th century £60 - £100

2072 A Staunton pattern boxwood and ebony weighted chess set, by J Jaques & Son Ltd, London, the kings 7.5cm high, mahogany box with green paper label, early 20th century £100 - £150

2080 A Victorian gentleman’s travelling picnic set, comprising a horn beaker, condiments and folding utensils, leather case, 12.5cm high £150 - £250

2081 A Victorian mahogany letter tray, pierced outswept gallery, 35cm wide, c.1880 £40 - £60

2073 A Staunton pattern boxwood and ebony weighted chess set, by J Jaques & Son Ltd, London, the kings 9.5cm high, mahogany box with green paper label, early 20th century £150 - £200

2082 A Victorian oak gentleman’s smoking room box, sliding cover and drawer linked by an automated mechanism, enclosing cigar, tobacco and vesta compartments, applied overall with pierced cut-card work, swing handle, 30.5cm wide, c.1890 £60 - £100

2074 A Staunton pattern boxwood and ebony weighted chess set, by J Jaques & Son Ltd, London, the kings 9.5cm high, mahogany box with green paper label, early 20th century £200 - £300

2083 A Victorian oak three-bottle Betjemann’s patent tantalus, canted square bottles, prismatic stoppers, 36.5cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150

2075 A Venetian silver coloured metal filigree gondola, the base inscribed Venezia, 20cm high £60 - £100

2084 A Victorian olive wood rectangular stamp box, hinged cover applied with an enamel envelope cartouche and incise carved with leafy sprigs picked out with turquoise cabachons, enclosing four compartments, 10cm wide, c.1875 £40 - £60

2076 A Victorian alabaster souvenir stanhope viewer, the movable interior with titled views of Conway Castle, Mostyn St Llandudno and geological specimens, painted with flowers, turned socle, 13.5cm high, c.1880; another, similar, Chatsworth (2) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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2085 A Victorian rectangular gilt mirror, deep cresting painted flowers, fluted columns, 87cm x 48cm £100 - £150

2086 A Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl marquetry rectangular work box, hinged cover with gadrooned border, bun feet, 22.5cm wide, c.1850 £50 - £80

2087 A Victorian rosewood rectangular dressing box, hinged cover enclosing a lift-out tray, compartments and an arrangement of jars and boxes with silver plated mounts, inlaid with mother of pearl and abalone shell lozenge shaped cartouche and escutcheon, 30.5cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £100 2088 A Victorian rosewood rounded rectangular correspondence box, hinged cover with a pair of letter apertures, inlaid with mother of pearl lozenges inscribed Answered and Unanswered, 23cm wide, c.1860 £50 - £80

2089 A Victorian satinwood and marquetry two-section book carrier, turned handles, H-shaped spindle gallery terminating in scrolls, crossbanded and inlaid with panels of leafy scrolls, drawer to base, turned handles, bun feet, 38.5cm wide, c.1870 £1,000 - £1,500

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2092 An 18th century bronze and treen heemskerk type candlestick, tall sconce with centre girdle and pierced aperture, above a broad drip pan, slender baluster column, turned base, 32.5cm high £100 - £150

2090 A William IV/early Victorian copper jelly mould, embossed with lotus, numbered 239, 12.5cm high, c.1840 £60 - £100

2093 An 18th century copper warming pan, pin pricked with flowers, steel haft, 98cm high £40 - £60

2094 An Anglo-Indian tortoiseshell, sandalwood and Vizagapatam ivory casket, hinged sarcophagus cover, the mounts pierced and engraved, lion paw feet, 11.5cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100

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2091

2095 An Art Nouveau silvered and parcel-gilt globular inkwell, hinged cover with butterfly cresting, in relief overall with stylised flowers and sinuous scrolling leaves, ball feet, 10cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100

2091 Advertising - a Huntley & Palmers novelty biscuit tin, as a bookcase, hinged cover, embossed and printed in polychrome with shelves of leather bound volumes, bun feet, 16.5cm high, c.1905 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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2097 An Austrian cold painted bronze cast in the form of a Grouse, realistically modelled, standing, 12.5cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100

2103 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a pigeon, standing with wings outstretched, 7.5cm wide, c.1900, mounted on a Derbyshire Blue John socle and Ashford marble plinth, 14.5cm high overall; another, of a elepahnt, mounted on an onyx dish (2) £60 - £100

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2098 An Austrian cold painted bronze pheasant, naturalistically modelled, 12cm wide, c.1880 £50 - £70

2099 An Austrian cold painted bronze, as a pair of budgerigars, grey, blue and white plumage, perched at the edge of an oval green onyx dish, 31cm wide overall, c.1900 £250 - £350

2104 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a tabby cat stalking an unsuspecting mouse along a broom, marked Geschutzt, c.1900; another, of a pair of cats sheltering beneath an umbrella, 4cm wide, c.1900; another, of amorous cats on a bench, 4.5cm wide (3) £100 - £150

2100 An Austrian cold painted bronze, by Stefan Buchinger, of a horse, standing, 8.5cm high, marked Vienna, STB, c.1900; an Austrian cold painted bronze, of a stag, eight points, standing, marked Gescutzt, c.1900 (2) £60 - £100

2105 An Austrian cold painted model, of a cat holding a bell, he stands on hind legs, the bell cranked by his tail, 4.5cm high, c.1900; others (6) £60 - £100

2106 An early 18th century bronze tripod skillet, the flattened handle cast 5 P Warner, outswept legs, 46cm over handle, c.1720 £80 - £120

2107 An early 19th century bois durci type portrait roundel, of a clergyman, 8.5cm diam, gilt slip, turned ebonised frame £40 - £60

2108 An early 20th century cold painted novelty vesta case, embossed with a kitten peering through a hole in a basket, his label inscribed ‘Ready for a Scratch’, hinged cover, striker to verso, 6.5cm long, c.1915 £60 - £100 2109 An early 20th century mahogany table top horse racing parlour game, the hinged cover enclosing baize playing surface, ten cold painted horses and jockeys, mother of pearl counters, fences and other accessories, 51cm wide £150 - £200

2101

2101 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a cock and hen pheasant, perched on a branch, mounted on a dished green onyx base, 14cm wide, c.1915 £80 - £120

2110 An early Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl marquetry rectangular artist’s box, by Ackermann & Co, London, hinged cover with paper label to verso, enclosing a lift-out tray and provision for paints and materials, drawer to base, flush brass handle, inlaid throughout with panels of flowering leafy stems, 23.5cm wide, c.1840 £200 - £300

2102 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a North African trader, he stands, smoking, wearing a fez, leaning on the edge of an open crate, 7cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

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2111 An Ecclesiastical oak offertory box, hinged cover carved with spiral roundels and lunettes and centred by a cross shaped aperture, the sides with meandering vine, shaped apron carved with angel mask and sacred heart, 43cm high, 33cm wide £200 - £300

2115

2115 An unusual early Victorian presentation silver mounted agate model of a lighthouse, glazed lantern room with ball and spire finial, above a pierced gallery, the column applied with a plaque inscribed Placed by Adelaide, Queen Dowager of Great Britain and Ireland, 17th October 1838, above a door, stepped square base, gilt brass feet, 60cm high, c.1838 £100 - £150

2112 An Indian brass and iron bound hardwood ribbed pail shaped grain measure, carrying handles to sides, 27cm high, 19th century £100 - £150 2113 diam

An octagonal sailor’s shellwork valentine, 24cm £70 - £100

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2114

2116 An unusual George/William IV painted plaster portrait plaque, modelled with a jolly toper, bust length, enjoying his pipe and his ale, within a border of lotus, the frame cast in one, 25cm high, 26cm wide, c.1830 £60 - £100

2114 An unusual 19th century black painted and lacquered brass industrialist’s desk model, of a rolling mill, belge noir base, bracket feet, 24cm high, c.1850 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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2117 An unusual small Sheraton Revival mahogany and marquetry circular gallery tray, the field inlaid with a shaded batwing roundel, banded border, brass scroll carrying handles, 31cm wide, c.1900 £80 - £120

2124 Fishing - a late Victorian/Edwardian mahogany angler’s maggot box, hinged cover enclosing a riddle above a drawer, brass handle, 12.5cm high, 20cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100

2125 Folk Art - a carved and painted softwood decoy duck, 25cm long, early 20th century; another, similar (2) £100 - £150 2126 French School, early 19th century, an Art Nouveau bust Discretion, bronze spelter on green marble base, 20.5cm high, c.1900 £70 - £100

2127 Kitchenalia - an early 19th century sugar loaf cutter, axehead jaws, turned handle, chamfered rectangular base, 30.5cm long, c.1820 £60 - £100

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2118 An unusual Victorian rosewood portable work box, turned handle above a pair of hinged glazed sloping covers, each with a bevelled plate, deep buttoned watered silk interior, outlined throughout with boxwood and ivory stringing, shaped apron, 42cm wide, c.1875 £100 - £150 2119 Architectural salvage - a pair of mahogany Corinthian capitals, 13.5cm high, 14.5cm wide, 19th century £40 - £60

2120 Automobilia - a Rolls Royce chromium plated car mascot, The Spirit of Ecstasy, designed by Charles Robinson Sykes (1875 - 1950), 15cm high, ebonised plinth £100 - £150

2121 Breweriana - a cast and painted novelty advertising figure, of a charicatured man, his body as a bottle of beer, rectangular base inscribed in raised lettering Good for Him & Good for You Since Seventeen Hundred & Forty Two, 40cm high £100 - £150

2128

2122 Cooking - a receipt book by H Joyner July 1823, including recipes for wine, blacking, medicinal remedies, etc; a diary for 1862 relating to the Joyner family £60 - £100

2128 Medical - a George III shagreen veterinary surgeon’s box, the hinged cover enclosing a trephine, trocar and other steel and brass instruments, one marked Evans, the case with brass bat shaped handle and escutcheon, 22.5cm wide, c.1775 £120 - £180

2123 Derbyshire History - a 19th century glass heraldic panel, reverse painted with arms and motto of Barrow, gilt border, 15cm x 10cm, framed The arms are those used, prior to the family obtaining a formal grant, by the Barrow family of Ringwood Hall, near Chesterfield. £60 - £100

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2129 Medical - a set of 19th century dentist’s tools, bone handles, morocco leather case, 11cm wide £50 - £80

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2132 Miniature Furniture - a Victorian mahogany bookcase, stepped cornice above a pair of rectangular glazed doors the projecting base with a pair of frieze drawers and panelled doors, flanked by carved brackets, plinth base, 67cm high, 31.5cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £400 2133 Miniature Furniture - a Victorian mahogany chest, over sailing top above three long graduated drawers, turned handles, plinth base, 22cm high, 21cm wide, c.1880 £50 - £70

2134 Miniature Furniture - a Victorian mahogany circular breakfast table, moulded top, turned column, incurved canted triform base, bun feet, 15cm high, 29cm diam, c.1880 £60 - £100

2135 Miniature Furniture - a Victorian mahogany serving table, shaped three quarter gallery, slightly oversailing top above a long frieze drawer, beaded border, cabriole legs, 21cm high, 26cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100

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2130 Miniature Furniture - a 19th century Continental dressing table, the oversailing top with three hinged covers outlined with chequered stringing, above a slide, drawers and blind drawers, brass handles, square tapered legs, 17cm high, 20cm wide £120 - £180

2136 Natural History - a large tree burr, mounted, 35.5cm high overall £40 - £60

2137 Nottingham History - an Edwardian silver mounted commemorative mason’s mallet, applied with a cartouche inscribed Presented to Councillor J.T. Spalding, J.P., Mayor of Nottingham on His Laying of the Foundation Stone of The New Albert Hall, May 7th 1908, 20cm high, the mounts Sheffield 1907 £100 - £150

2131 Miniature Furniture - a rosewood wardrobe, moulded top above a pair glass doors and a long drawer, outlined with boxwood stringing, plinth base applied wavy mouldings, 41cm high, 26cm wide, c.1890 £60 - £100

2138 Persian School (19th century or earlier), a pair, Manuscript Pages, People of the Court and Begger, 21cm x 11cm, framed £100 - £150

2139

2139 Pharmaceutical Interest - a 20th century tinted green glass cylindrical apothecary’s jar and cover, brightly transfer printed after the antique with a pair of Roman scholars flanking a shield shaped crest and Latin script, labelled ZINGIB; four others similar detailing the progress of medicine, ARROWROOT, RHUBARB, SULPHUR and PERUV.BARK, gilded compressed ovoid covers, 32cm high (5) £150 - £200

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2140 Pharmaceutical Interest - a clear glass bell shaped apothecary jar, hand blown ogee shaped cover with globular knop finial, folded circular base, 52cm high, late 19th/early20th century £60 - £100

2149 Pharmaceutical interest - a late 19th century clear glass cylindrical apothecary’s powder jar and cover, canted rectangular inset glass label, PULV:CORT:ULMI; other similar powder, tincture and wet drug bottles, PULV.CRET.AROM, TINCT.VALER.AMMON, LIQ.BISM.etAMM.CIT., various (20) £100 - £150

2141 Pharmaceutical Interest - a large clear glass tear drop shaped pharmacy carboy bottle, slender elongated neck, stepped spreading circular base, faceted conical stopper, 87cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150

2150 Pharmaceutical interest - a late 19th century clear glass cylindrical apothecary’s powder jar and cover, canted rectangular inset glass label, PULV:SACCH:LAC; other similar powder, tincture and wet drug bottles, PULV:POT:BICARB:, TINCT.LAVAND.CO., COCCUS CACTI, P:POTASS:BROMID: various (20) £100 - £150

2142 Pharmaceutical Interest - a large clear glass tear drop shaped pharmacy carboy bottle, slender elongated neck, stepped spreading circular base, faceted conical stopper, 87cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150

2151 Pharmaceutical Interest - a late 19th century clear glass cylindrical apothecary’s tincture jar and cover, canted rectangular inset glass label, TINCT:MYRRHAE; other similar powder, tincture and wet drug bottles, PULV:ALOEScCAN:, POT:BITART:, LIQ:HAMAMEL:, PULV:ALUM:SUL:, AQUA:MENTH:PIP, various sizes (26) £120 - £180

2143 Pharmaceutical Interest - a large clear glass tear drop shaped pharmacy carboy bottle, slender elongated neck, stepped spreading circular base, faceted conical stopper, 87cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150 2144 Pharmaceutical Interest - a large Staffordshire stoneware cylindrical ointment jar and cover, glazed in pink with white banding, domed cover with knop finial, inset canted rectangular glass label, CONF:SENNAE, 28cm high; other similar ointment and dry drug jars, varoius sizes, late 19th/early 20th century (19) £100 - £150

2152 Pharmaceutical Interest - a late 19th century green glass reeded cylindrical apothecary’s poison bottle, globular drop-in stopper, canted rectangular glass label, LIN:ALBA., 27cm high; others similar,TROCH:MORPH:ET:IP:, LIN:BELLADON:, PLUMBI ACET:, etc, various (24) £150 - £200

2145 Pharmaceutical Interest - a late 19th century clear glass cylindrical apothecary’s jar and cover, canted rectangular inset glass label,TINCT.FER.PERCH., other similar powder, tincture and wet drug bottles, SOL:ACC:BORIC, EXT:CINCH:LIQ:, MAGNES:CALC:POND, various (20) £100 - £150

2153 Pharmaceutical Interest - a late 19th century oak rectangular apothecary’s case, fitted with an arrangement of clear glass bottles, phials and a small set of balance scales, shaped rectangular brass escutcheon, 28cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150

2146 Pharmaceutical Interest - a late 19th century clear glass cylindrical apothecary’s powder jar and cover, canted rectangular inset glass label, PULV:ALO:cCANEL; other similar powder, tincture and wet drug bottles, TINCT.CAPSICI, PULV:GLYCYR:CO:, TROCH:MENTH:P:, various (20) £100 - £150

2154 Pharmaceutical Interest - a late 19th century Staffordshire stoneware cylindrical apothecary’s dry drug jar and cover, glazed in cobalt blue, shield shaped handpainted label, PULV:ALUMEN, 24cm high; other similar ointment jars, FR:TAMARIN, HORDEUM:DECORT, CER:RESINAE, UNG:ZINCI:O; various smaller jars (25) £150 - £200

2147 Pharmaceutical Interest - a late 19th century clear glass cylindrical apothecary’s powder jar and cover, canted rectangular inset glass label, PULV:ALO:cCANEL; other similar powder, tincture and wet drug bottles, TINCT.CAPSICI, PULV:GLYCYR:CO:, TROCH:MENTH:P:, various (20) £100 - £150

2155 Pharmaceutical Interest - a pair of 19th century stoneware apothecary’s cylindrical ointment jars, glazed in cobalt blue with white banding, circular tin covers, hand painted labels in black on a gilt ground, CAMPHOR. and BORAX., 21.5cm high £40 - £60

2148 Pharmaceutical Interest - a late 19th century clear glass cylindrical apothecary’s powder jar and cover, canted rectangular inset glass label, PULV:CINNAMON: other similar powder, tincture and wet drug bottles, PULV:SAPPO:CAST:, TINCT.HYOSCYAM:, OL:EUCALYPT:, various (20) £100 - £150

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2156 Pharmaceutical Interest - a pair of amethyst glass cylindrical apothecary’s jars. faceted globular clear glass stoppers, transfer printed labels, LIQ:BROM:CO:, LIQ:IOD:SIMP, 18cm high, 20th century; other 19th century and later clear glass jars, AQUA CHLOROF, ACID:TANNIC, OL.LAVAND.SPIC, SEMEN.CONT:COUVERT (30) £100 - £120

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2157 Pharmaceutical Interest - a pair of amethyst glass pear shaped apothecary’s bottles, faceted conical clear glass stoppers, one labelled ELIX:CAMPH; a pair of similar frosted black glass pear shaped bottles, one labelled, LIN:CAMPH:, another in frosted clear glass, AQ:HAMAM:, 24.5cm high, early 20th century (5) £150 - £200

2167 Sewing - a 19th century bone acorn shaped thimble case, draught turned screw-fitting cover, 3.5cm long; a bone novelty needle case, as an umbrella; etc (qty) £100 - £150

2168 Shooting - a pair of 19th century boxwood treen 16-bore shotgun cartridge making tools, each numbered 16, turned handles, 11cm and 15cm long; a cast iron and brass cap remover, 9cm high (3) £50 - £80

2158 Pharmaceutical Interest - a pair of early 19th century apothecary’s cylindrical blue glass poison jars, hand painted labels in scrolling gilt, COCCUS. and BAC.CASSIAE. hand blown drop-in stoppers, with knop finials; 28.5cm high; a later similar, GLYCER:PEPSIN bottle with pourer; others, PIL:PLUMBI C:, SYR:TUSSI:HYDROBR: (20) £150 - £200

2169 Shooting - a leather butt marker, the pouch enclosing eight numbered ivorine place finders, 11cm wide £50 - £80

2170 Prisoner of War - a fine and large Napoleonic type bone and human hair battle ship, The Jeanbart, two gun decks, with bound masts, yards with stun’s’l booms, standing and running rigging, carved figurehead, 55cm wide, cased £4,000 - £6,000

2159 Pharmaceutical Interest - an unusual pair of early 19th century French aqua-blue glass apothecary’s wet drug jars, stippled faux walnut cylindrical tin covers, set with canted rectangular white enamel labels, ALCOOLÉ DE DROSERA, SOLUT BROM:POTAS?, 26cm high £100 - £150

2171 Treen - a 19th century brass bound two-handled bushel measure, County of Gloucester, stamped and inscribed ‘8 Gallons Imperial’, 33cm high, 40cm diam £60 - £100

2160 Pharmaceutical Interest - a Victorian wall mounted chemist’s shop apothecary cabinet, moulded top above three hinged glazed doors an arrangement of fourteen labelled drawers, ceramic handles, 67cm high, 184cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

2172 Treen - a 19th century love token goose wing knitting sheath, inlaid with a heart and initials AF, turned handle, 30cm long, dated ‘68 £60 - £100

2161 Pharmaceutical Interest - an early 20th century rectangular reverse painted glass Chemist’s shop sign, National Health Dispensing, inscribed in black and gilt, 54cm x 261cm £100 - £150

2173 Treen - a 19th century mahogany love token, as a pair of bellows, inlaid with a lozenge, brass nozzle, 15.5cm long £40 - £60

2162 Sewing - a 19th century Irish bog oak novelty pin cushion, as a cauldron, swing handle, 6.5cm wide; a table mounted sewing clamp; etc (qty) £50 - £80

2174 Treen - a 19th century mauchline type American commemorative gavel and block, transfer printed with the Home of Washington, East Front of the Mansion, the gavel 26cm long £50 - £80

2163 Sewing - a 19th century mother of pearl novelty heart shaped pin cushion, 3.5cm long, c.1880; a boxwood tape measure; etc (qty) £70 - £100

2175 Treen - a French provincial burr wood cylindrical salt box, pierced cresting, leather-hinged cover, 40.5cm high, 19th century £80 - £120

2164 Sewing - a 19th century vegetable ivory acorn shaped thimble case, 6.5cm long; another; etc (6) £100 - £150

2165 Sewing - a George/William IV ivory mounted rosewood bobbin stand, the central pin cushion cresting a turned column, turned circular base with provision for eight cotton reels, bun feet, 27cm high, c.1830 £70 - £100

2166 Sewing - a Victorian treen seamstress’s companion, pin cushion finial above a three-spool cotton box, 14.5cm high, c.1880; a boxwood sewing clamp, 25cm long; others (4) £120 - £180

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2176 Treen - a George III screw nut cracker, carved as a clenched fist, lotus socle, 20cm long, c.1820 £200 - £300

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2180 Treen - a late Victorian turned and painted novelty knitting needle case, as a folded umbrella, push on cover, 35cm long, c.1900 £40 - £60

2181 Treen - a set of 19th century ash and sycamore butter scales, cylindrical pillar flanked by turned dishes, wrought iron beam balance, turned domed base, 49cm high, c.1850 £60 - £100

2182 Treen - an early 19th century church warden pipe standturned finial above three apertures, bobbin turned column, dished circular base, metal liner, ball feet, 58cm high, c.1820 £60 - £100 2183 Treen - a 19th century acorn shaped nutmeg grater, turned finials, screw-fitting cover enclosing a rasp, within a vegetable ivory bezel £80 - £120 2184 The Bowring Treaty - a 19th century culinary knife, by Moseley & Son, New Street, Covent Garden, London, the blade inscribed Peace & Plenty, Unity & Concord, amongst scrolling foliage, the boxwood handle carved with a personification of plenty, she stands, scantily clad, a tied wheatsheaf carried on her head, 33.5cm long, c.1855 Signed on 18th July 1855, The Bowring Treaty was a an agreement between Great Britain and the Kingdom of Siam, liberalising foreign trade in the province £60 - £100

2177

2177 Treen - a George III turned three-section ribbon box, turned ivory finial, 16.5cm high, c.1820 £120 - £180

Metalwork

2185 A set of three George III style fire irons, comprising shovel, tongs and poker, urn finials, 67cm long £50 - £80

2179 & 2178

2178 Treen - a German softwood figural nutcracker, as a long haired and bearded man, his jaw articulated, traces of painted surface, 27cm high, Groden, 18th/early 19th century £100 - £150

2186

2179 Treen - a German softwood figural nutcracker, carved as a man in a tricorn hat, his jaw articulated, traces of painted surface, 27cm high, Groden, 18th/early 19th century £100 - £150 For more images please visit

2186 A pair of 18th century Rococo brass candlesticks, of seamed construction, grasped campana sconces, short knopped stems, domed bases, cast with scrolls, 16cm high, c.1750 £100 - £150 217

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2187 A post-Medieval copper circular alms or rosewater dish, rolled rim, the field spot-hammered with a scrolling cross on a planished ground, the border applied with scroll handles boldly cast with roundels, 52.5cm over handles £100 - £150

2200 A George III rectangular needlework sampler, by Mary Elizabeth Markham, her work, in the 11 year of her age, with a named view of Solomon’s Temple, angels, flowers and verse, within a meandering flowering stem border, 36cm x 32cm, early 19th century £100 - £150

2188 A set of three Arts and Crafts bronze plaques, after Sir Williams Hamo & Thornycroft RA (1850-1925), in the Art Nouveau style with horticultural ladies, 27cm x 16.5cm and £100 - £200 2189 A pair of late 19th century Japanese gilt brass candlesticks, cast with cranes standing on the backs of turtles, 22.5cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100

2190 A pair of Coalbrookdale circular cast iron dishes, pierced with classical figures and scrolling foliage, 20.5cm diam, Coalbrookdale mark 20.5cm. diam; another, 28.5cm diam, late 19th century £60 - £100 2191 A George III style pierced steel and iron serpentine front fire basket, turned finials, 74cm wide, 19th century £60 - £100

2201

2201 A George III rectangular sailor’s woolwork, depicting a Jack Tar bidding his tearful sweetheart farewell, his ship on the horizon, 20cm x 27cm, maple frame £150 - £200

Textiles

2194 A 19th century woolwork picture, worked in colours with a cottage in a snowy landscape, 15.5cm square, maple frame £40 - £60

2202 A George III silk and woolwork picture, embroidered with a young girl smelling a posy above a garland of stylised flowers and foliage, printed paper hand and face, amber glass beaded earring, 36cm x 36cm, maple frame, c.1820 £120 - £180

2195 A 19th century fan, painted with courting couple and flowers, gilt and sequin swag and foliate border, bone sticks, 43cm wide, c.1890; another (2) £60 - £100

2203 A George IV rectangular needlework sampler, by Mary Elizabeth Markham, brightly worked in coloured wools with alphabet, numbers, vases of flowers and birds, 43.5cm x 29cm £60 - £100

2196 A 19th century needlework sampler, embroidered with flowers and foliage, 30cm x 35cm; another, birds perched on branches, 22cm x 19cm (2) £100 - £150

2197 A 19th century North European gross and petti point tapestry, embroidered with medieval scene with wounded knight, ladies and religious figures, 150cm x 198cm. £200 - £300

2204 A large needlework sampler, embroidered Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire, stylised animals and meandering floral border, 65cm x 65cm £100 - £150

2205 A Victorian needlework sampler, embroidered by Hannah White, aged 12, June 12th 1861, with alphabet and verse, 30cm x 49cm, maple frame £60 - £100

2199 A George III needlework sampler, by Mary Elizabeth Markham, her work, worked in coloured wools with a house and garden, animals, birds, insects, flowers, trees and meandering bands, 32cm square, c.1813

2206 A Victorian silk child’s christening gown, the borders embroidered and edged in lace, c.1880 £40 - £60

An old ink inscription to verso records that the sampler was worked at Leamington on 29th September 1813, and records it’s later provenance Mary Elizabeth Markham was the daughrer of Joseph and Alice Markham of Terrington St. Clement, Norfolk, where she was baptised 29th September 1813. The Markhams came from Walsoken, Norfolk. £80 - £120

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2207 A William IV rectangular needlework sampler, by Hester Hamlen, worked in coloured wools with alphabet, numbers and verse, within a border of meandering flowering stems, 42cm x 32cm, dated November 13 1833 £60 - £100

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2208 A William IV rectangular needlework sampler, by Martha Smyth, Aged 10, worked in coloured wools with Adam and Eve beside the tree of life, further figures, peacocks, house, trees, flowers and alphabet, meandering border, 33cm x 29cm, dated Oct 1st 1835, framed £60 - £100

2210 Textiles - a 19th century paisley throw, typically worked on a red ground, 197cm x 160cm £60 - £100

2211 Textiles - an Indonesian weaving, worked in gold thread with geometric bands, 26.5cm x 76.5cm, Lampung, Sumatra £40 - £60

Natural History

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2218

2209 Derbyshire Interest - a family pair of William IV rectangular needlework samplers, by Eliza and Emma Harrison, Derby, each worked in coloured wools with alphabet, numbers and meandering flowering stem borders, the former with crowns, birds, trees and baskets of flowers, the latter inscribed ‘Diligence industry and proper improvement of time are material duties of the young, 41cm x 43cm, one dated Dec 21st 1835, satinwood frames

2218 Antiquities - an Egyptian stone stele fragment, carved intaglio with facial features, 12cm x 9.5cm £150 - £200

2219 Antiquities - an Egyptian terracotta shabti, 8cm long; a small terracotta ovoid vessel, 6.5cm high (2) £80 - £120 2220

These young girls were the daughters of John Harrison of St. Alkmund’s parish, Derby and his wife Mary Palfreyman. Eliza was born 2nd June 1826 and baptised at St. Alkmund’s 23rd October 1831. Emma was born the year before, but died in 1830. £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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2230 Natural History - a large coral specimen, 14cm high, 28cm wide, mounted £60 - £100

2231 Natural History - a pillar coral specimen, 12.5cm high, mounted; others, various (4) £60 - £100

2232 Natural History - a pillar coral specimen, 30cm high, 16cm wide, mounted £60 - £100

2233 Natural History - a purple fern specimen, 23cm high, mounted; coral specimens (4) £60 - £100

2234 Natural History - a star fish, 19cm diam, mounted; a pear nautilus shell; a coral specimen (3) £60 - £100

2235 Natural History - rock specimens, malachite, calcite, amethyst geodes, flourite; etc £60 - £100

2236 Natural History/Taxidermy - an exotic fish, 49cm long, mounted £60 - £100

Walking Sticks

2240 A 19th century novelty walking cane, the pommel carved as the head of a bulldog wearing a leather collar, glass eyes, 90cm long £70 - £100

2221

2241 An unusual war time flash light walking cane, curved handle, the tip with a battery operated torch, 92cm long, c.1940 £60 - £100

2221 Geology - a stalagmite, mounted vertically, square stone base, 33cm high overall £60 - £100 2222

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Natural History - a 19th century sawfish bill, 72cm £60 - £100

2224 Natural History - a coco de mer (Lodoicea maldivica), cut as a hand basket, 30cm long £60 - £100

2225 Natural History - a collection of zoological, conchological and other specimens, including terrapins, shells, a fossilised shark’s tooth; etc, the oak box with brass swan neck handles, 40.5cm wide £100 - £150

2242

2242 A 19th century folk art walking stick, the pommel carved as the head of a bearded gentleman wearing a turban, the shaft with bands of squares and lozenges, 81cm long £60 - £100

2226 Natural History - a coral specimen, 11cm high, 13cm wide, mounted; others (3) £60 - £100

2227 Natural History - a coral specimen, 16cm high, 12.5cm wide; others (5) £60 - £100

2243 A silver mounted walking cane, malacca shaft, Sheffield, 1894; another, ebonised, London 1903 (2) £60 - £100

2228 Natural History - a cross shaped coral specimen, 23cm high, 8cm wide, mounted; others (4) £60 - £100

2244 A Victorian silver mounted gentleman’s walking cane, the top embossed with feathered scrolls, London 1897 £80 - £120

2229 Natural History - a finger coral specimen, 18cm high, 22cm wide, mounted £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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Bijoterie

2245 A 19th century folk art walking cane, the pommel carved as a hand grasping an apple, the shaft with winding snake, 88.5cm long; another, similar (2) £100 - £150

2256 A French Dieppe ivory miniature figure, of a naked lady, her arms raised, tall domed base, 9cm high, late 19th century £400 - £500

2246 A 19th century draper’s stick, marked out with a scale, curved pommel, 100cm long £60 - £80

2257 A pair of French miniature scent bottles, painted with with roses within a gilt cartouche, on a Bleu Celeste ground, flower stoppers, 6.75cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

2247 A 19th century ivory tusk section gentleman’s walking cane handle, carved as a tiger, ebonised shaft, 89.5cm long, the silver ferule London 1886 £100 - £150

2248 A Black Forest type lady’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as a duck, hardwood shaft with gilt metal ferules, 87.5cm long £80 - £120

2258 A 19th century tortoiseshell tapered rounded rectangular spectacles case, hinged cover outlined with ivory, 12.5cm long, c.1840 £70 - £100

2249 A Black Forest type gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as the head of a dog, gilt metal ferule chased with scrolling foliage, ebonised shaft, 89cm long £80 - £120

2259 A Victorian ruby glass double ended scent flask and vinaigrette, 9.5cm long, c.1860 £120 - £180

2250 A 19th century silver mounted novelty walking cane, ivory L-shaped handle, deep ferule embossed with three donkeys, malacca shaft, 81cm long overall £60 - £80

2251 A 19th century ivory gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, possibly sailor’s folk art, carved as an arm and fist grasping a snake, ebonised faux bamboo shaft, silver mount, 90.5cm long £80 - £120 2252 A Victorian gentleman’s silver coloured metal mounted walking cane, domed tiger’s eye pommel, malacca shaft, 93.5cm long £60 - £80

2260

2253 A 19th century ivory swagger stick or riding crop handle, carved as a gentleman, bust length, bamboo shaft, 55.5cm long £80 - £120

2260 A 19th century French enamel single draw monocular, decorated with sprays of colourful summer flowers within shaped oval reserves, on a Bleu Royale ground with fruiting vine, ivory eyepiece, 8cm long, c.1870 £80 - £120 2261 A 19th century gilt metal novelty whistle, as a dog’s head, 4cm long, c.1870; others £70 - £100

2262 A 19th century silver mounted tortoiseshell rectangular aide memoir or needle case, applied with a courting couple in 18th century dress, outlined with silvered stringing, 9cm long, c.1850 £40 - £60

2263 A 19th century tortoiseshell and gold pique rectangular aide memoir, the inset with a miniature, of an Italianate lake with mountains, watercolour and gouache, cartouche to verso, 10cm long, c.1870 £100 - £150

2254

2264 A 19th century tortoiseshell rectangular miniature casket, hinged domed cover, 6.5cm wide, c.1825; a tortoiseshell pocket case, 12cm wide; a model of a mandolin (3) £50 - £80

2254 Prisoner of War - an early 20th century holly walking cane, bone handle, St Helena, P.O.W., 93cm long, c.1900 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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2265 A 19th century tortoiseshell slope front needle casket, hinged cover enclosing terraced divisions, 6cm high, c.1840 £50 - £70

2270 A George III tortoiseshell and gilt metal two draw monocular, 6.5cm extending to 10.5cm long, early 19th century £100 - £150

2266 A Continental enamel oval icon plaque, painted in the Orthadox manner with St Bartholomew, 5.5cm x 4cm, 19th century £60 - £100 2267 A European rounded rectangular enamel and gilt metal mounted scent bottle case, hinged rounded cover, decorated with Cupids within oval cartouches inscribed Quil Eft Malin! Quil a d’Appas. Ah Que Inffpiretil des Flammes Eternelles, cobalt blue ground, the cover with floral sprig, 6cm high, c.1760 £60 - £100 2268 A French verte leather combination aide memoir and pocket timepiece, retailed by Maquet Fils, 18 Avue. De L’Opera, 11.5cm long, c.1920; another (2) £40 - £60

2271

2271 A late 18th century enamel bodkin case, probably South Staffordshire, wrythen and decorated with scattered flowers on a green ground, screw-fitting cover, 9.5cm long, c.1800 £100 - £150

2272 A pair of 19th century tortoiseshell and silver coloured metal folding lorgnettes, inlaid with a vacant roundel, closing to 6.5cm long, c.1850 £40 - £60

2273 A set of six 19th century Vienese enamel and silver-gilt bowed circular pedestal salts, each differently painted with scenes from classical antiquity, the interiors with ruins in Italinate landscapes, ropetwist borders, 4.5cm diam, spoons ensuite, maker’s mark LP, c.1890 £1,500 - £2,000

2269

2269 A George III South Staffordshire enamel egg shaped bonbonniere, of large proportions, painted with peacock and fanciful birds, within shaped reserves, decorated with raised leafy scrolls and diapers on a white ground, hinged cover, 7.5cm long, c.1770 £150 - £200

2274 A South Staffordshire type enamel pocket scent casket, hinged cover enclosing a clear glass bottle and stopper, decorated with vertical bands of ribbon and rope on a pale blue ground, 5.5cm high, late 18th/early 19th century £60 - £100

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2275 An early 19th century gilt metal mounted agate/spar rectangular miniature casket, hinged domed cover, 6cm wide, c.1820 £80 - £120

2283 An 18th century French gold and silver pique oval snuff box, hinged cover inlaid in three colours with a spray of flowers, tortoiseshell lined, 7.5cm wide, c.1790 £200 - £250

2276 An early 19th century tortoiseshell rectangular casket, hinged cover centred by a vacant cartouche and outlined with silvered stringing, enclosing a mirror, ivory borders, bun feet, 8cm wide, c.1820 £80 - £120

2284 A turned lignum vitae circular snuff box, the screw-fitting cover applied with a portrait medallion of Franz Joseph I, Kaiser von Oesterreich, Konig von Boehmen Etc Apost Koenig von Ungarn, 7cm diam £40 - £60

2277 Sewing Interest - an ivory needle case; silver thimbles; pin cushion; etc (qty) £70 - £100

2285 A George III treen, horn and gilt metal circular snuff box, the cover engine turned with radiating bands, stand-away hinge, 6cm diam, c.1800 £60 - £100

2278 A 19th century rock crystal mounted seal/bonbonier, carved as a classical maiden, the base applied in relief with bell husks and swags and inset with rectangular panels of pink enamel, the foot engraved with cornucopia and scrolling foliage, 6cm high £3,000 - £4,000

2286 A George III toleware rectangular faux tortoiseshell snuff box, hinged cover applied with a lozenge shaped cartouche, outlined with wrigglework, 7cm long, c.1800; a 19th century horn oval snuff box, the cover initialled TS, 7cm wide; a 19th century papier mâché shell shaped snuff box, 9cm wide (3) £70 - £100

2279 A 19th century rock crystal mounted seal, carved as a seated hound, white stone inset eyes, shield shaped base, applied overall with turquoise enamel scrolls, bloodstone seal to base, 6cm high £1,000 - £1,500

2287 A George III silver and tortoiseshell oval snuff box, applied with figures, foliage and scroll cartouche, 5.5cm wide, c.1815 £70 - £100

Snuff Boxes

2288 A George III gold coloured metal mounted curved rounded rectangular snuff box, hinged cover pressed with radiating flutes and centred by a vacant cartouche, 6cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100 2289 A Continental softwood and penwork novelty snuff box, possibly Italian, as a bird, articulated wings, hinged cover, 16.5cm long, early 20th century £50 - £70 2290 A 19th century silver coloured metal mounted turned oak commemorative snuff box, inscribed Fulham Bridge, opened AD 1729 by H.R.H. George, Prince of Wales - Freed July 1880, centred by a roundel, 10.5cm diam, c.1880

A timber toll bridge (usually called Putney Bridge) designed by naval architect and surveyor Sir Jacob Acworth in 1728 was opened across the Thames at Fulham in 1729, but was in fact opened by HRH Frederick, Prince of Wales (eldest son of the newly crowned George II). The inscription marks the freeing of the (old) bridge from tolls by the Metropolitan Board of Works in July 1880. It was replaced in 1886 by the present bridge, designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette. £40 - £60

2280

2280 An 18th/early 19th century silver mounted novelty cowrie shell snuff box, possibly provincial, hinged cover, reeded borders, 7cm long, maker’s mark I.K only, c.1780/1810 £80 - £120 2281 An 18th century vernis martin circular snuff box, the push-on cover centred by an oval portrait miniature, of a lady of title, bust length, watercolour on ivory, tortoiseshell lined, 6.5cm diam, c.1790 £100 - £150

2291 A 19th century Scottish rectangular horn snuff box, hinged cover, 10.5cm wide, c.1850; others; etc (5) £50 - £80

2292 A 19th century Scottish horn snuff mull, hinged cover applied in cutcard with a thistle and a cartouche, 10.5cm long, c.1850 £100 - £150

2282 An 18th century silver and mother-of-pearl circular snuff box, the cover carved with a Chinese fisherman, 4.5cm diam, c.1775 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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2293 A 19th century pressed horn rounded rectangular snuff box, hinged cover in relief with a sailing ship, a castle ruins on the shore, within a band of leafy C-scrolls, 7cm wide, c.1840 £60 - £90 2294 A 19th century ivory waisted circular snuff box, the domed glazed cover decorated with an arrangement of dried leaves and silk flowers, £80 - £120

Miniatures

2303

2303 English School (19th Century), a portrait miniature, of a young lady, half length, wearing a blue silk dress, watercolour on ivory, 7cm x 6cm, gilt frame £100 - £150

2304 French School (18th Century), a portrait miniature, of a military officer, watercolour on ivory, oval, 2cm x 1.5cm, framed £40 - £60

2305 French School (19th Century), a portrait miniature, of a young girl, bust length, wearing a turban and a lace trimmed dress, circular, watercolour on ivory, 7.5cm diam, rectangular ebonised frame £100 - £150

2300

2300 English School (19th Century), a miniature, The Ritual of Courtship, watercolour, 9.5cm x 11.5cm £100 - £150

2306 French School, a pair of portrait miniatures, of ladies of title, watercolours on ivory, circular, 7cm diam, rectangular ebonised frames £150 - £200

2301

2301 English School (19th century), a portrait miniature, of a white haired gentleman, bust length, oval, watercolour on ivory, the verso in banded blue enamel, seed pearl and hair work, monogrammed iridescent centre, unmarked rose gold case, with suspension loop 7cm x 6cm £500 - £800

2307

2307 I Heloy (Early 20th Century), a portrait miniature, of a debutant, bust length, her hair tied, wearing two rows of pearls and a silk dress, oval, watercolour, 10cm x 7cm, ebonised frame £100 - £150

2302 English School (19th Century), a portrait miniature, of a gentleman, half length, dressed in a black coat and white stock, watercolour on ivory, oval, 7cm x 5cm £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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2308

2308 Indian School (19th Century), a miniature, The Taj Mahal, watercolour on ivory, lozenge shaped, 7.5cm x 9cm £100 - £150

2309 Sybil Goodchild (early 20th century), a portrait miniature, of a lady waering a blue cap and a lace trimmed dress, signed, dated 09, watercolour on ivory, 6.5cm x 5cm; others (3) £100 - £150

2318

2318 Cognac - Augier Freres and Co. Very Rich Old Cognac 1878, Established 1643, foil seal worn but intact, level low neck, 1878 visible on cork inside bottle, labels worn £800 - £1,000

Wines

2315 A 19th century brass corkscrew, reeded barrel, turned ivory handle with brush to end, 17cm to tip of worm £100 - £150 2316 A James Heeley & Sons A1 Patent Double Lever Corkscrew, numbered 6006, 16.5cm long, 19th century £100 - £150

2317 Breweriana - a bottle of Allsopp & Sons Burton ale brewed for the expedition, of conventional shape, with kick-in base, unopened the lead seal with embossed with BREWED FOR THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION 1875

The aim of the British Government Arctic Expedition of 1875-76 was to reach the Pole for the first. Led by Sir George Strong Nares (1831-1915) the Expedition’s two ships ‘Discovery’ and ‘Alert’ sailed on 29 May 1875. After over wintering in the arctic and despite enduring many hardships, Nares decided that his route was impractical. The Pole was not reached until Peary’s successful attempt in 1909, although this is debated by some. The discoveries made by the 187576 Expedition were valuable “but were won at the cost of life and with much hardship, since the day had not yet come when scurvy was understood and could be avoided. £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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2319 Grand Champagne Cognac, 15 year old, Cox and Bowring Ltd. Wine Merchants Derby, Established 1763, 750ml, red foil cap worn but intact, level low neck/high shoulder, late 19th early 20th century, label worn £80 - £120 225

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2322 Port, Vintage 1960, bottled 1962, Butler, Nephew and Co, Vila Nova De Gaia, Produce of Portugal, Established 1730, 750ml, silver foil cap intact, level good £50 - £70

Light Fittings

2332 A Galle style glass lamp and shade, the yellow body overlaid in green and blue with foliage, inscribed Les Lumieres de Paris, 64cm high £200 - £300

2333 Italian School (Late 19th Century) after Giovanni da Bologna, a dark patinated figural bronze lamp, Mercury, wearing a winged helmet, holding a caduceus, standing on tiptoe issuing from the mouth of Zephyr, holding a cranberry flamed shade, 95.5cm high, c.1880 £300 - £400

2320

2334 An E.P.N.S Corinthian column oil lamp, hobnail cut clear glass globular reservoir, stop fluted column, spreading square base, gadrooned border, 49cm high, early 20th century £100 - £150

2320 Macallan 25 Year Old Anniversary Malt, 1972, distilled in 1972 bottled in 1998, 43%, 70cl, individual shipping crate £600 - £700

2321

2321 Old Comber Irish Whiskey, ‘At least 30 Years Old’, Guaranteed Pure Pot Still, Produced in Comber County Down Northern Ireland, 40% by Vol., 70 degrees proof, label good condition screw cap. The lower distillery of Comber Distilleries Co. Ltd was established in 1825 and the last distilling of ‘Old Comber’ was in 1952. the Old Comber Brand name and remaining casks of whiskey were bought in 1970 by a wine and spirit wholesaler, James McCabe from Portadown. Some 5000 bottles have since been produced from the casks and sold in the 1980’s (?) and 1990’s. Extracts courtesy of Comber Historical Society, boxed £180 - £250 For more images please visit

2335

2335 A French Art Nouveau cast table lamp, with uranium glass shade, the stand cast with stylised flowerheads, foliage and sinuous lines, flared shade, 46cm high, c.1900 £200 - £300 226

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2345 A pair of fine post Regency Derbyshire Ashford marble obelisks, inlaid with Blue John, malachite and a range of Derbyshire and imported stones, the pedestals with lily of the valley, stepped bases, 58.5cm high, c.1840 £1,500 - £1,800

2336 A Victorian brass and cranberry glass oil lamp, Duplex type burner, globular clear glass shade etched in the Aesthetic taste with flowers and leaves, brass reeded column, brown glazed stoneware base, 68cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120 2337 A Victorian table oil lamp, cranberry glass shade with wavy everted rim, Duplex type burner, green opaque reservoir moulded with flowers, brass fluted column, black glazed ceramic base, 61cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

2346 A Blue John oval brooch, 9ct gold mount, 3.5cm wide; another, silver mounted, 5cm wide; an oval pendant, 4.5cm wide (3) £60 - £100 2347 A 19th century Derbyshire Blue John ovoid scent bottle, brass sphere finial, turned reeded girdle, turned ebonised base, 12.5cm high £150 - £250

2338 An unusual early 20th century leaded coloured glass and pearl shell ceiling light shade, the mount embossed in the Seccesionist taste with repetitive motifs of alternating roundels and interlaced circles, 31cm diam, c.1920 £60 - £100

2339 A late 19th century oil lamp, pink and vaseline flashed globular reservoir, the stand cast with central tapered cylindrical column and three griffin and scroll buttress supports, hairy feet terminals, triform base, 46cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150

Blue John and Ashford Marble

2348

2348 A 19th century gilt metal mounted Derbyshire Blue John ovoid scent bottle, knop finial, the incurved triform base with three scantily clad cherubs, knop feet, 13cm high £200 - £300

2349 A 19th century Derbyshire Blue John egg shaped paperweight, 5.5cm long £100 - £150

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2354

2350

2350 A 19th century gilt metal mounted Derbyshire Blue John two-light mantel candelabrum, flowering finial flanked reeded campana sconces with detachable acanthus cast nozzles, spreading cylindrical column, scroll base, 37cm high £300 - £400 2352 A 19th century gilt metal mounted Derbyshire Blue John rectangular casket, hinged cover, 7cm wide £300 - £400

2353 A Derbyshire Ashford marble rectangular desk weight, inlaid in coloured specimen stones with flowers and leaves, 12cm wide, c.1860 £50 - £70

European Ivories

2354 A 19th century German/Swiss ivory figure group, carved with a titled depiction of Der Schwur am Rutli, with named portraits of Arnold von Melchthal, Walter Furst and Werner Staufacher, the three men with clasped hands, gesturing skywards, rounded rectangular base, 11.5cm wide, c.1860 The Rutlischwur was a 14th century pact between Uri, Schwyz and Underwalden which saw the founding of Switzerland £100 - £150

2355 A North European ivory corpus Christi, giltwood cross, 52cm long, 19th century £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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Bronzes 2360 A 19th century bronze desk stand candlestick, cast with stag standing by a tree, shaped circular base, 19.5cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100

2362 A pair of 19th century ormolu figural candlesticks, each cast as a scantily clad Classical maiden, kneeling, holding aloft a lotus sconce, waisted lotus cast bases, 24cm high, c.1850 £600 - £1,000

2362

2363 A pair of Japanese dark patinated bronze and shakudo ovoid vases, applied and inlaid in tricolour with birds amongst flowers and reeds, elephant handles, moulded circular bases, outswept feet, 31.5cm high, Meiji period £1,500 - £2,500

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2365

2364

2364 A substantial 19th century dark patinated bronze and ormolu table urn, surmounted by a Bacchic putto, lotus rim, cast in relief with anthemion and fruiting oak terminating in wild boar mask handles, above a Greek key band and further fruiting oak, reeded socle, stepped circular base, 53cm high, c.1850 £1,000 - £1,500

2365 After Giambologna, a pair of dark patinated bronzes, Mercury and Fortuna, each raised on a gust from a zephyr’s mouth, he holding aloft a purse, she with her drapery, turned black marble socles cast with a band of bas relief, 47cm and 49cm high, 19th century £500 - £700 2366 After Guillaume Coustou the Elder, a substantial patinated bronze, Chevaux de Marly, 62cm high £500 - £800

2367 After Irene Rochard, a gilt metal figure, of a heron, modelled standing in the Art Deco taste, rectangular marble base, bears signature, 28.5cm high £60 - £100

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2368

2369

2368 After Isaak Duchemin , a dark patinated bronze, Cymbal Dancer, square base, 72cm high, 19th century £2,500 - £3,500

2369 Antonio Giovanni Lanziroti (19th Century), a large dark patinated bronze, A Mother’s Protection, signed in the maquette and inscribed Paris, waisted circular base, 83cm high £4,000 - £6,000

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2370 Austrian Orientalist School (early 20th Century) a patinated and cold painted bronze, of an exotic dancer, bare breasted, wearing a jewelled belt and long flowing skirt, onyx base, 19cm high £200 - £300

2371 Charlotte Monginot (Bn. 1872), a Chryselephantine bronze, Fast Asleep, signed in the maquette, canted marble base, 17cm high £1,000 - £1,500

2372 Continental School (19th Century), a bronze, of an eagle and snake, in battle, tall gilt metal mounted onyx column, square plinth base, 72cm high overall £500 - £700

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2373 Continental School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze portrait plaque, of Leonardo da Vinci, 17.5cm x 16.5cm, gilt frame £150 - £200

2376 English School (19th Century), a dark patinated cabinet bronze, of John Milton, he stands, beside books on a Classical pedestal, rectangular base, 14.5cm high£100 - £150

2377

2377 English School (early 19th Century), a dark patinated bronze, of an Egyptian sphinx, rectangular sienna marble base, 20.5cm wide £150 - £250 2378 English School (Early 20th Century), a silvered metal study, of a horse, black marble base, 29.5cm high £70 - £100

2374

2379 English School (late 19th/Early 20th Century), a patinated bronze portrait bust, Field Marshal Frederick Sleigh Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts, 13.5cm high, ebonised plinth £100 - £150

2374 Continental School (Early 20th Century), a gilt and cold painted bronze, of an Art Deco dancer, geometric marble base, 42.5cm high overall £500 - £700

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2380

2375 Continental School (early 20th Century), a gilt bronze, of an Art Deco dancer, in a dramatic pose, holding aloft a theatrical mask, canted rectangular marble base, 14.5cm long overall £100 - £150 For more images please visit

2380 English School, 19th century, brown patinated bronze, rams head, with curly horns, 21cm wide £100 - £200 233

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2381 French School (19th Century), a bronze, Reading Together, mahogany base, 40cm wide overall £120 - £180

2382 French School (19th Century), a cabinet bronze, of Napoleon Bonaparte, he stands, with arms folded, green onyx base, 13.5cm high £60 - £100

2383 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a game bird, canted rectangular base, 17cm wide £80 - £120

2386

2386 French School (19th Century), a gilt bronze figure, of a classical maiden, veined marble base, 28cm high £100 - £150

2387 French School (early 20th century), a gilt and cold painted figure, of an Art Deco pierrot girl, stepped base, 22.5cm high £80 - £120

2388 Grand Tour School (19th Century), a brown patinated bronze double-sided portrait bust, of philosophers, square marble base, 14.5cm high £80 - £120

2384

2389 Grand Tour School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze, of a naked putti riding a dolphin, canted rectangular belge noir base, 12cm high £60 - £100

2384 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, of a lamassu, rectangular Sienna marble base, 17cm wide £150 - £250

2390

2385

2390 Irenee Rochard (1906 - 1984), a patinated Art Deco bronze group, of a deer and fawn, marble base, signed in the maquette and inscribed to marble base, 47cm wide £300 - £500

2385 French School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze, of a sleeping putti, rounded rectangular marble base, 17.5cm wide overall £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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2391 Italian School (19th Century), a brown patinated bronze, of a winged and bearded man, probably Chronos, Sienna marble base, 20.5cm high £200 - £300 2392 Italian School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze, of a rearing horse, in the Renaissance manner, rectangular base, 23cm high £1,000 - £1,500 2393 Italian School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze, of Bacchus, circular base, 34cm high £200 - £300

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2397 J George, a verdigris patinated composition sculpture, of a nude putto, signed, 23cm high £100 - £150

2394

2394 Italian School (19th century), a patinated bronze, of a dog, barking, rectangular sienna marble base, 13.5cm wide £100 - £150

2398

2398 Japanese School, Meiji period, dark patinated bronze, Boy Feeding the Chicks, 41.5cm high £200 - £300

2399 L** Gregoire, a bisque bust, of a beauty, a floral band in her hair, gilt drape, grey marble socle, gilt metal base, 54cm high, signed £600 - £1,000

2395

2400 Mainfroy, after, a brown patinated bronze portrait roundel, signed in the maquette, 17.5cm diam, gilt frame £60 - £100

2395 Italian School (19th Century), after the Antique, a dark patinated bronze, of Marcus Aurelius, on horseback, rectangular base, 18cm high, £100 - £150

2401 Colonial School (Early 20th Century), a dark patinated metal portrait bust, Zulu Chief, 18cm high £60 - £100

2396 Italian School (19th Century), After The Antique, a dark patinated bronze, Narcissus, he stands, with vine chaplets in his hair, a goat skin over his shoulder, circular base, 63cm high £1,200 - £1,800

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Musical Instruments

2416 A 19th century Swiss rosewood, marquetry and ebonised rounded rectangular music box, 15.5cm barrel playing on a one-piece comb, cranking handle, Stop/Play and Change/Repeat selectors, thehinged cover inlaid in coloured woods with a song bird in flight, outlined with boxwood stringing, 43cm wide, c.1870 £200 - £300

2409 A 19th century polyphon mechanism, playing 30cm circular discs, the later oak case with hinged cover above a rectangular door, 91cm high, 46cm wide; approx 50 additional disc £300 - £500

2417 A 19th century violin, by Wolff Brothers, the onepiece back 37.5cm to top of button, outlined throughout with purfling, 60cm long overall, paper label, numbered 246 and dated 1889 £100 - £150

2410 A 19th century boxwood and ivory flute, stamped Potter Johnsons Court, London, 66cm long; another, part, rosewood, 30cm long (2) £60 - £100

2411 A 19th century rosewood clarinet, silver plated mounts, 64cm long, ebonised box with brass swan neck handle £50 - £70

2418 A 19th century violin, the two-piece back 37cm to top of button, outlined with purfling, Stradivarius label, 58cm long £60 - £100

2412 A 19th century rosewood forty eight key concertina, by C Wheatstone, 20 Conduit Street, Regent Street London, No. 7048, hexagonal fretwork ends, stained and natural ivory buttons, the mahogany case with brass swan neck handle, the hinges stamped P. Moore, Registered Sept.27th 1843, 18cm high, c.1850 £150 - £250

2413 A 19th century Swiss faux rosewood music box, 20cm barrel playing eight airs on a one-piece comb, cracking handle, Stop/Start and Change/Repeat selectors, 43cm wide, c.1875 £60 - £100 2414 A 19th century Swiss faux rosewood musical box, 20.5cm barrel, single-piece comb, the cranking handle numbered 36848, Start/Stop and Change/Repeat levers, the case outlined with boxwood stringing, 43.5cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150

2415 A 19th century Swiss rosewood and marquetry music box, 28cm cylinder and one-piece comb playing on six bells, cranking handle, Stop/Play and Change/Repeat levers, the hinged crossbanded cover inlaid with a musical trophy and outlined with boxwood stringing, ebonised border, acanthus cast carrying handles, block feet, 56cm wide, c.1870 £150 - £250

2419

2419 A French clockwork singing bird automaton, domed gilt brass cage with loose ring finial, enclosing a feathered bird on T-shaped perch, the base applied in relief with a band of entwined fruiting laurel, 29cm high, c.1900 £200 - £300

2420 A French violin, the one-piece back 34.5cm to top of button, outlined throughout with purfling, 55cm long overall, Compagnon label £60 - £100

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2421 A part late 19th/early 20th century mahogany flute, by Hawkes & Son, Denman Street Piccadilly Circus, London, 38cm long £40 - £60

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2422 A Viennese College of Music maple mandolinetto, the one-piece back 34cm long, inlaid in the Art Nouveau taste with flowers on sinuous whiplash stems on a tortoiseshell ground, outlined throughout with purfling, bone tuning pegs, DRGM 186662, 63.5cm long overall, pencil inscription dated November 1st 1900 £60 - £100

2436 Vintage Radio - A B.T.H. Crystal Wireless Receiver, by The British Thomson-Houston Co. Ltd, Rugby, England,Type C, Form A., bakelite interface, the case with BBC label and metal tag for H.H.B. SuggLtd, Sheffield & Hull, 21cm high, 28.5cm wide £150 - £200

Photographs and Cameras

2423 A violin, the two-piece back 35.5cm to top of button, outlined throughout with purfling, 56cm long overall £60 - £100

2442 Derbyshire Photography by Frank W. Scarratt of Derby (1876-1964) Scarratt’s first job was with Wilkins & Ellis wallpaper manufacturers, where he was taught the techniques of photography. He began to take local topographical scenes from the turn of the 20th century, producing the first of his well-known series of photographs in 1906 which he sold from a stall in the Market Hall. He ceased making post cards around 1939 and took his last photographs in 1960. He used half plate glass negatives at first but quarter plate ones from post-WW1 and acetate film from c. 1945. Derbyshire Photography - glass plate negatives taken by Staffordshire-born photographer Frank W. Scarratt of Derby (1876-1964) comprising half plate negatives, Belper & area also engraving of 1828 Derby Guildhall; seventy-eight quarter plate glass negative views of Derby including some copies of earlier views by Keebne and Derby Museum’s Goodey Collection; twenty-three half-plate glass negatives of Derbyshire views, incl. Derby, Mickleover, Findern, Ashbourne, Mayfield, numerous churches; twenty-six half-plate glass negatives of Derbyshire vierws,eg. Newton Solney church, Bath St & Royal Hotel, Ashby, Coxbench, Dale Abbey, old Crich tower, Cavendish Bridge, Mayfield Hall, Derby (4) £120 - £180

Scientific Instruments

2431 An early 20th century Wilmshurst machine, by Philip Harris Ltd, with twin discs, nickel plated fittings, mahogany base, 38cm wide, c.1910 £200 - £300

2443 Derbyshire Photography - glass plate negatives taken by Staffordshire-born photographer Frank W. Scarratt of Derby (1876-1964) - comprising - Forty-Two half-plate glass negatives of Derbyshire area views, incl. Spondon, Darley Abbey, Burton-on-Trent (by J. Freer), Normanton-byDerby, Repton Sch., Alvaston & Derby: some originals some copies of Richard Keene views; thirteen paper wallets containing all together 61 14 x 8 cm acetate negatives including views of Borrowash, Chaddesden, Derby Canal, Ockbrook Settlement,, Snelston incl. Hall & Wirksworth also views in Leics., Staffs and Morecambe, (Lancs.); a 27 x 16 cm, card bound souvenir booklet containing twelve printed 22 x 12 cm views of Derby separated by tissue of c. 1922 (most views earlier in date), produced by Scarratt for sale from his stall. (3) £70 - £100

2432

2432 Curta Type I mechanical calculator, designed by Curt Herzstark, made by Contina Ltd., Mauren, Liechtenstein, No.59064, black canister case £250 - £350

2433 A 19th century carnelian snuff bottle, canted angles, silver gilt hinged cover, 8cm high, c.1820; another, facetted shaped oval, silver hinged domed cover, 7cm high, c.1820 (2) £60 - £100 2434 An early 20th century lacquered brass Stanley microscope, rack and pinion, W.F. Stanley & Co, 19 Railway Approach, London Bridge, S.E., 31cm high, mahogany case; slides, insects, various, approx 72 slides £100 - £150 2435 An early 19th century silvered four draw monocular, by Herge, Late Ramsden, London, leather bound barrel, 5cm opening to 10.5cm long £100 - £150

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2444 Derbyshire Photography - Frank W. Scarratt of Derby (1876-1964) - approximately eighty quarter plate glass negatives of Derby and Derbyshire scenes, mainly inter-war (2) £130 - £170

2451 Photography - A Corfield Periflex 3a 35mm camera, with Lumax 50mm f1.9 lens, brown leather case, instruction booklet. Formed in 1948, K.G. Corfield Ltd is important because it represents a British post-war quality camera manufacturer. £100 - £150

2445 Derbyshire Photography - Frank Scarratt, photographic prints - comprising twenty-one postcards, mainly of Hartshill and Mancetter (Warw.), Blythe Bridge (Staffs., including station) andf Heanor; one-hundred and sixty-eight prints, mainly Derby and suburbs, including Elvaston; approx three-hundred and thirty-six negatives of Derbyshire and East Midlands towns and villages, some in sepia £300 - £400

2452 Photography - Ernst Leitz GmbH,Wetzlar. A Leica III (F), black body, Summar 50mm f2 lens, serial number 22023. c.1936 (This serial number was originally allocated to a 1930 Leica I, Leica encouraged owners to send their cameras back to the factory for updating as new models were introduced, but they retained their original serial numbers); A Leica viewfinder; leather case. £300 - £500

2446 Frank W Scarratt - one hundred and twenty-six aerial photographs, mainly commercially produced (possibly commissioned by Scarratt), of full plate printed views of Derbys, its suburbs, Heanor and Belper, mainly post World War II; thiry-thre of half-plate glass negatives of views of Derbyshire £50 - £80 2447 Frank W Scarratt - fifty-eight quarter plate glass negatives mainly of Second World War subjects, including vehicles, aircraft and bomb damage in Derby; eight similar negatives of Derby also Donington Hall, Castle Donington (Leics.) PoW camp (2) £80 - £120

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2448 Frank W Scarratt - thirty-eight quarter plate glass negatives, mainly of the Derby Flood of May 1932 its aftermath and the clean-up; thirty-two quarter plate glass negatives of railway and tramway subjects also views of Burnaston aerodrome (Derby Airport) of the late 1940s & ealry 1950s; four similar negatives of the incident in Derby where a steam road roller fell through the road in The Strand into the Markeaton Brook culvert, 1938 (3) £100 - £140

2453 Photography - Ernst Leitz GmbH,Wetzlar. A Leica III (G), chrome body, Elmar 50mm f2.8 lens, serial number 981064 c.1959; an Elmar 90mm f4 screw-mount lens, serial number 1712133 (cased); a Leica leather case; a Leica lens hood. £400 - £500 2454 Photography - Franke & Heidecke GmbH, A Rolleicord Vb twin lens reflex camera serial number 2603625, Schneider Xenar 75mm f3.5 lens, leather case, lens hood, orange filter, Rolleinar 2 close up lens £100 - £150

2449 Frank W Scarratt - one hundred and fourty-four quarter plate glass negatives, mainly post war Derby views, some by other photographers; two-hundred and eighty quarter plate glass negatives, mainly post war views in and around Derby, some by photographers other than Scarratt (but possibly commissioned by him) (2) £100 - £150

2455 Photography - a Watson Field camera, half plate, mahogany body with brass trim, Zeiss Tessar f:4.5 21cm and a Dallmeyer wide angle f:6.6, 5.25in. lenses; associated leather carrying case with plate holders and plates. The camera and case are labelled A.P.8340, suggesting it was originally used by photographers with the Associated Press. £100 - £150

2450 Frank W Scarratt - an important group of sports views, consisting fifteen quarter-plate glass negatives (and one half-plate) relating to Derbyshire sport including: Derby County FC Cup winning team 1946 (another half plate), exterior of Baseball Ground (corner of Vulcan St, with posters for matches vs. Huddersfield & Aston Villa) with two shots of a goalie in action; four of motor racing at Castle Donington 1937 (the grid, a group around ERA no. 18 and two portraits of a car with driver); four of Derby County Cricket ground (two general views, one of the stand and a close up of a match in play); othes, weight-lifting (possibly Louis Martin), basketball and motor-cycle trailing. £180 - £240 For more images please visit

2456 Photography - A Marion Soho Reflex large format (3.25"x 4.25") single lens reflex camera, manufactured by Kershaw's, Zeiss Tessar f4.5 6in lens; plates; leather case. £100 - £150

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Day Four

Friday 11th October at 3.00pm

Clocks and Furniture

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Clocks

2460

2460 A mid-19th century two train brass skeleton clock, much in the manner of James Edwards of Stourbridge, Worcs., 5in (12.5cm) silvered and pierced Gothic chapter ring, escutcheons engraved with Roman numerals enamlled alternately in red and black, the twinfusee movement with anchor escapement, well made six-spoked wheelwork, halberd hammer hour striking on a bell, leafy underturned scroll frame, stepped oval marble base, bun feet, associated glass dome, 19in (49cm) high overall, c.1850. £600 - £1,000 2464 An early 19th century gilt metal mounted square ebonised Sedan clock, 8.5cm dial with enamel chapter ring inscribed with Arabic numerals, engine turned centre, watch type movement, brass swing carrying handle, leafy scroll brackets to angles, 16cm square £100 - £150

2459

2459 A fine 19th century rosewood and marquetry Vienna type regulator wall clock, 16cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, seconds hand, triple winding holes, three-train movement striking on a gong, the case with carved flowering C-scroll cresting, inlaid in boxwood, brass and silvered metal with leafy scrolls and outlined throughout with stringing, shaped underfinial, 140cm long, c.1870 £1,000 - £1,500

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2465 An early 20th century brass marine timepiece, 19cm circular enamel dial inscribed Williamson Ltd, London, Roman numerals, circular oak mount, 33cm diam, c.1930 £200 - £300

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2466 An early 20th century German torsion pendulum year-going timepiece, 7cm enamel dial, Arabic chapter, brass movement and framing stamped with serial no. 137909, pendulum consisting of the usual four brass balls on a cruciform carriage, glass dome, 21cm high, c.1910 £40 - £60

2470 An Edwardian Sheraton revival mahogany inlaid bracket clock, enamelled white dial, Arabic numerals, inscribed W Batty & Sons, Manchester, twin winding holes, French fourteen day movement, striking on a gong, domed top with brass spire finials, brass columns, brass ogee bracket feet, the case inlaid with urn and leafy scrolls, movement marked on backplate RACK/FRENCH MAKE/12463/64, 34cm high, c.1905

2467 An early 20th century Hateleys/Turners patent 14307/07 pigeon racing clock, serial number 1744 brass tubular case, 15cm diam £100 - £150

The retailer, William Batty, set up in Manchester as a clock maker by 1851, and with his son from the late 1880s branched out into retailing. £300 - £400

2468 An early 20th century marble Portico clock with chiming movement £200 - £300

2471 An impressive 19th century Black Forest clock, the 14.5cm ivorine dial with Arabic numerals, the shaped rectangular case carved in relief with grouse, oak leaves and foliage, fox mask terminal, 104cm high, 49cm wide, c.1870 £2,500 - £3,500

2469 An early 20th century tortoiseshell heart shaped novelty easel timepiece, 4cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, keyless movement, 10cm high, c.1920 £70 - £100

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2472 A 17th century style brass lantern clock, 17cm chapter ring inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, two train movement striking on a bell, the case with knop and baluster finial, shaped cresting bracket pierced and engraved with dolphins and leafy scrolls, the dial and spandrels with further leafy scrolls, 38cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

2473 A 19th century Black Forest mantel clock, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, the case surmounted with an eagle, the base with mushrooms and foliage, 53.5cm high, late 19th century £250 - £350

2474 A 19th century brass mantel clock, 9cm circular Belge Noir dial inscribed J W Benson, Ludgate Hill, London, gilt Roman numerals, centred by a marble roundel, twin winding holes, French movement striking on a bell, the drum head case in the Aesthetic Movement taste with flowerhead roundels, scroll feet, 26cm wide, c.1875 £60 - £100 2475 A 19th century cast brass cased mantel clock, by Marti, Paris,10cm white enamelled dial, with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, striking on a gong, the cast with flowers and stiff leaves, eagle finial, pierced base, 46cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300 2472

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2476 A 19th century dark patinated and gilt metal figural mantel clock, 9cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals and decorated with a band of floral swags, twin winding holes, French movement striking on a bell, the substantial case cast after J Scotte with Cupid and Psyche, veined white onyx base, 53cm wide, c.1890 £300 - £500

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2478 A 19th century French porcelain mounted gilt metal cartouche shaped mantel clock, 7.5cm silvered dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement signed Fearn a Paris, striking on a bell, the case cast overall with scrolling leaves, set with a panel painted with a shepherdess tending her flock, 24cm high, c.1870 £150 - £200

2479 A 19th century French repeater and alarm carriage clock, the black dial with stylised green foliage, Roman numerals in white cartouches, above subsidiary alarm dial, the gilt brass case engraved overall with scrolling foliage, swing handle, 18.5cm high, late 19th century £250 - £350 2480 A 19th century French walnut wall clock/barometer, the 17cm dial with white enamelled cartouche numerals, twin winding holes, the case with galleried cresting, fluted pilasters, leafy scrolls, 80cm high, c.1870 £70 - £100

2477

2477 A 19th century French gilt metal mantel timepiece garniture, 6cm enamelled dial inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, single winding hole, the movement numbered 2417, platform escapement, the case surmounted by the figure of a young girl, columnar base, 28cm high, flanked by a pair of conforming candlesticks, urnular sconces cast with swags, 15.5cm high, c.1890 £100 - £150

2481

2481 A 19th century gilt brass strut clock, of horseshoe shape and small proportions, 4.5cm silvered dial engine turned and inscribed with Roman numerals, key wound movement, 7cm high, c.1870 £120 - £180

2482 A 19th century novelty timepiece, cast as a horse and trap, 4.5cm enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, keyless movement, rectangular Belge Noir base, 22cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150

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2486 A George III thirty hour oak longcase clock, hood with lowered open pediment supported on turned brass tipped columns, 12in (30.5cm) painted dial with steel hands, floral spandrels and centre, lunette date aperture, indistinctly signed John Wainwright/Nottingham, shaped top to trunk door, mounted on later base 77.5in (196cm) high c. 1795. John Wainwright was a well-regarded Nottingham maker, noted for the quality of his clocks. He was born in 1751 at Bunny, son of another clockmaker (later of Nottingham) Humphrey and Christian Wainwright, and served his apprenticeship to his father 1765-1772 before setting up in St. Peter Parish, Nottingham around 1780, the year he married Hannah Harpur, by whom he had a son and successor, William (1780-1828) with whom he entered into partnership in 1798, although John himself died within a year. William continued the family tradition for quality and his family continued the firm until the First World War. Clocks made 1798-1820 are signed John Wainwright & son, thereafter only by William until his death in 1831 £250 - £350

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2487

2484 A George III oak longcase clock, 30.5cm square brass dial, engraved Roman chapter with subsidiary date dial and centre with false winding arbors, signed John Woolley/Codnor, cast brass spandrels, thirty hour movement, the hood with Doric columns, pulvinated frieze, shaped door to trunk door flanked by quarter columns, shaped skirt, ogee feet, 203cm high

2487 A Jaeger-Le Coultre Atmos Classic V mantel clock, the perpetual gilt brass movement of calibre type 528-8, circular chapter ring, Arabic numerals, the rectangular brass case with five glazed sides, canted angles, plinth base, bracket feet, 22cm high, model no.5800, serial no. 430025 The Atmos clock was invented in 1927 by Jean-Leon Reutter of Neuchatel, and runs by the expansion and contraction of ethyl chloride gas in a reservoir as the ambient temperature varies. Patented in France 1929, an agreement made with Le Coultre in 1932 to develop the idea, and full production began in May 1939. The firm of Le Coultre was founded in 1833 by Antoine Le Coultre (1803-1881) at Le Sentier, Switzerland, and Edmond Jaeger collaborated with the firm from 1903, the two names being combined in 1937. £400 - £500

John Woolley (1738-1795) was the nephew and successor of one of the most celebrated early East Midlands makers, James Woolley also of Codnor, who like most of this family also farmed. The son of James’s brother Samuel, John was apprenticed to his uncle 1752-1759 and set up on his own account in 1785 as ‘clockmaker and gent.’ after his uncle’s death. His brother Samuel and cousin John Wilde were also clockmakers at Codnor. £500 - £700 For more images please visit

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2488

2491 A mid-19th century French brass inverted Yshaped miniature alarm skeleton timepiece, 5.5cm circular enamel chapter ring inscribed with Roman numerals, subsidiary alarm dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, singletrain movement with anchor escapement, alarm bell with pull repeat, the frame numbered 3820, stamped Ms. Honorables Exp. Paris, Londres, oval ebonised base, glass dome, 25cm high overall, c.1850

2488 A large Aesthetic Movement gilt and ebonised bracket clock, 25cm rectangular brass dial with silvered chapter ring inscribed with Roman numerals, engraved with stylised sunflower roundels and lunettes, Strike/Silent and Chime on Bells/Cambridge Chimes selectors, twin winding holes, eight-day triple fusee movement striking on a gong and chiming on eight bells, the case with balustrade gallery surmounted by sphere finials, turned columns to angles, incise carved with flowers, leaves and lunettes, 54.5cm high, c.1875 £1,500 - £2,500

Literature: A clock of this type was Exhibited at the Crystal Palace in 1851 F. B. Royer-Collard, ‘Skeleton Clocks’ (NAG 1969), p.69. £300 - £500

2490 A Louis XVI style gilt metal mounted grey marble lyre shaped clock garniture, 10cm enamel dial inscribed Tiffany & Co, Arabic numerals, decorated with a band of ribbon-tied swags, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case crested by a sunburst mask, cast and applied with festoons and fruiting laurel, paste set bezel, oval base, 49cm high, flanked by a pair of four-light, three branch candelabra, conforming, 38cm high, c.1910 £3,000 - £5,000

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2492 A 19th century mahogany crossbanded and oak longcase clock, 33cm arched painted dial, inscribed Jas Ault, Belper, Roman numerals, date to aperture and painted spandrels, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck cresting above turned columns, shaped door to waist flanked by Corinthian quarter columns, the outswept base on a plinth, 216cm high, 50cm wide, c.1830 £300 - £500

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2493 A good French pink enamel and gilt metal pedestal ovoid boudoir clock, with oval cartouches, each with classical ladies, domed top, spire finial, white onyx octagonal base, 17cm high, c.1900 £2,000 - £3,000 2495 An unusually large 19th century walnut and ebonised Vienna regulator wall clock, 21cm circular enamel inscribed with Roman numerals, single winding hole, single weight, the case with serpentine cresting, flanked by reeded canted angles, 157cm long, c.1870 £400 - £600

2496 A 19th century advertising drop dial wall clock, Vanner & Prest’s ‘Molliscorium’ Compo VP Trademark Embrocation, 30cm circular dial inscribed Baird Clock Co. Pittsburgh, NY, Roman numerals, single winding hole, 77cm long £60 - £100

2497

2497 An early Victorian walnut four-glass fusee mantel clock, 9cm rectangular silvered dial inscribed Bunyan & Gardner, Manchester, Roman numerals, single winding hole, the movement with anchor escapement, striking on a bell, the case with fluted frieze, fretwork to verso, rectangular base, bun feet, 23cm high, c.1845 £1,000 - £1,500

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2500 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 31cm arched enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment and brass eagle and spire finials, above a deep frieze pierced with scrolls, brass capped Doric columns, rectangular door to waist with incurved upper angles, flanked by reeded quarter-columns, skirted base, 229cm high, c.1800 £300 - £500

2499 An 19th century oak longcase clock, the arched painted dial inscribed James Hibbs, Hucklow, Roman and Arabic numerals, date to aperture and painted spandrels, 30 hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck cornice above reeded columns, long shaped door to waist flanked by Corinthian quarter columns, outswept base on a plinth, 218cm high £400 - £600 For more images please visit

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2501 A George III crossbanded elm longcase clock, 29cm square painted dial inscribed Thos. Pearce, Chard, Roman and Arabic numerals, flowers to spandrels, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the caddy top case with blind fretwork frieze, Doric columns, rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 192cm high, c.1795

2507 A William IV mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 33cm arched painted dial inscribed Wainwright, Nottingham, Arabic numerals, painted to the centre with a castle and ship, the arch with a fanciful bird amongst flowers, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment and brass ball-and-spire finial, Doric columns, rectangular door to waist, skirted base, 220cm high, c.1835 £200 - £300

Thomas Pearce was born at Chardstock c. 1760, and probably finished his apprenticeship around 1781, and married Ann Chick in December the following year at Thorncombe. He is recorded as working at Chard in 1791 and into the early 19th century. £200 - £300

2502 A George III crossbanded mahogany longcase clock, 33.5cm arched painted dial inscribed with Roman numerals, the arch unusually painted with a flour mill interior, the spandrels with the Four Elements personified, subsidiary seconds and calendar chapters, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with lofty swan neck pediment and brass mounted Corinthian columns, arched rectangular door to waist flanked by Doric quarter-columns, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, skirted base, 213cm high, c.1830 £500 - £700 2503 A George III mahogany longcase clock, 30cm brass and silvered dial inscribed John Smith, Berwick, Roman and Arabic numerals, leafy scrolls to spandrels, subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, rectangular door to waist, skirted base, 212cm high John Smith (1750-1785) was working at Berwick from 1771 until his death in 1785. £700 - £1,000

2504 A George III mahogany longcase clock, 32cm arched painted dial inscribed Nickisson, Newcastle, Arabic numerals, moon phase to arch, date aperture, twin-winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment and brass capped reeded columns, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by reeded quartercolumns, skirted base, 212cm high, c.1800 £300 - £400 2505 A George III mahogany longcase clock, 33.5cm arched painted dial inscribed with Roman numerals, Roman numerals, the arch painted with a flour mill interior, subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, arched rectangular door to waist, 213cm high £500 - £700

2508

2508 A William IV oak and mahogany longcase clock, 32cm arched painted dial inscribed Broadhead, Belper, Roman numerals, the arch painted with young girls at harvest time, with flowers to spandrels, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment surmounted by brass ball and spire finials, turned columns, shaped arched rectangular door to waist, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, plinth base, 224cm high, c.1835 £300 - £500

2506 A mid-18th century oak longcase clock, 31cm square brass dial inscribed W Bird, Seragrave, Roman and Arabic numerals, the spandrels cast with masks and leafy scrolls, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with broken architectural pediment and Doric columns, rectangular door to waist, skirted base, 199cm high, c.1750 £250 - £350 For more images please visit

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2510

2509 A George III oak longcase clock, 29cm square brass dial inscribed Dalton, Rugby, Arabic numerals, painted to the centre with a bird, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, later carved in the ‘Jacobethan’ taste scrolling leaves, lunettes and lozenge, shaped plinth base, 203cm high Samuel Dalton was born in 1761 apprenticed circa 17751781 and married Mary Powers at St. Andrew, Rugby, by whom he had a large family. He died in 1819. £200 - £300

2511 A fine George III mahogany long case clock, the flat silvered breakarch dial inscribed Robt. Wood, London, with rocking ship automaton, set in a painted estuary, seconds and date subsidiary chapters, steel hands, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with pagoda top, glass side panels, substantial flaming urn brass finials, stop-fluted, brass capped Doric columns, stop-fluted and brass quarter columns to trunk, beaded door and base panel, shaped skirt and feet, 227.5cm high, c.1795 Robert Wood, better known for his bracket clocks, was the son of Robert Wood and was working from 1789 until at least 1811 in Finsbury Square, having in 1793 married Frances Lloyd at St. Martin-in-the-Fields.. £600 - £1,000

2510 A William IV oak and mahogany longcase clock, 33cm arched painted dial with Roman numerals, the arch painted with The Angel Appearing to the Shepherds (Luke 2:10), titled, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking ion a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment and Doric columns, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by reeded quarter-columns, 221cm high, c.1835 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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2512 A Victorian mahogany longcase clock, 31cm arched painted dial inscibed Keates, Belper, Roman numerals, the arch painted with a fisherman beside a lake, the spandrels with a mill and rural buildings, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment and turned columns, rectangular door to waist flanked by clustercolumns, shaped bracket feet, 226cm high, c.1860

2514 A George II oak longcase clock, 28cm square brass dial inscribed Ran. Smallwood, Macclesfield, Roman numerals, leafy scroll cast spandrels, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with stepped cornice and square reeded columns, shaped rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 223cm high, c.1735 Randle Smallwood was the son of John Smallwood to whom he was apprenticed. He succeeded his father in 1715 and was in business at Macclesfield until his own dieth in 1749. £300 - £400

Charles Keates was working in Market Place Belper c. 18551870 thereafter in King Street, before returning to Market Place at the turn of the century. After his death his firm continued as a retailership and repairer until 1928.. £200 - £300

2515 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 33cm arched painted dial inscribed Holliwell’s, Derby, Arabic numerals, painted to the arch with a sailing boat on a choppy sea, to the centre with abbey buildings beside a lake, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, reeded columns and quarter-columns, shaped rectangular door to waist, shaped skirted base, 215cm high, c.1810 £150 - £250

2513 A Victorian oak, mahogany and marquetry longcase clock, 35cm arched painted dial inscribed Thompson, Chesterfield, Roman numerals, the arch painted with lakeside buildings, the spandrels with further buildings, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, turned and twisted columns, inlaid in the Kilarney manner with a horse, bird, flowers and scrolling foliage, shaped rectangular door to waist, bracket feet, 232cm high, c.1845 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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2517 A George III oak oak longcase clock, 33cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, painted to the centre with a fanciful bird, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, turned urnular finial and Doric columns, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by reeded quarter-columns, shaped skirted base, 211cm high, c.1800 £150 - £250

2519 A George III oak longcase clock, 29cm square brass dial inscribed Joseph Donisthorpe, Loughbro (sic), Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, leafy scroll cast spandrels, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the case with stepped pediment, parcel-gilt Doric columns, shaped arched rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 192cm high, c.1775 Joseph Donisthorpe was the son of another Joseph, of Normanton-le-Heath, Leicestershire and Elizabeth his wife, born in 1734, apprenticed to the well-regarded maker Samuel Deacon of Barton-in-the-Beans 1748-1755 and who set up in his native village as successor to his father before moving to Loughborough, where he died in 1810. £300 - £500

2518 A George IV mahogany longcase clock, 32cm arched painted dial inscribed Sopwith, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a bell, the case with arched cresting, flanked by turned finials, columns and quarter-columns, rectangular door to waist, turned feet, 224cm high, c.1830 £500 - £700

Vintage Vehicle

2520

2520 A 1934 Rolls Royce 20/25 Limousine, registration BGY 908, 3669cc engine, chassis/frame No GAE24, engine No W7X, body colour two toned in silver and grey, chrome bumpers, coach opening rear doors, luggage trunk to the rear, the front interior with black leather, walnut dashboard and trim, the rear with beige upholstery, walnut trim, two pull down seats.

The Rolls Royce has been restored by one of the previous owners, who was the Chairman of the Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club of York, restored, re-painted, re-trimmed in 2004, engine benched and refurbished in July 2006 costing £13,231.01 by Colbrook Rolls Royce and Bentley Specialists, the car has full service history, receipts and photographs of restoration, the engine and chassis was built in Derby, the body was built in Cricklewood London, first registered on 5th of October 1934 £30,000 - £40,000 For more images please visit

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Garden Items

2537 A George III iron garden chair, the rectangular back with intersecting arch downswept arms, reeded borders, slatted seat, pad feet, 98cm high, 52cm wide, c.1800 £400 - £600

2530 A 19th century bronze sundial, inscribed Stand Amid Ye Summer Flowers To Tell Ye Passinge of Ye Houres, Anno Dom 1679, 24.5cm wide £80 - £120

Furniture

2531 A bronze octagonal sun dial, engraved with Roman numerals, Old Father Time and Latin inscription, 25.5cm wide, possibly 18th/early 19th century £60 - £100

2550 A 19th century giltwood and gesso arched rectangular overmantel mirror, the framed with bands of lotus and fruiting laurel, flanked by scrolling acanthus brackets, 152cm high, c.1860 £100 - £150

2534 A cast iron pub table, designed c.1901 to commemorate triumph in the Boer War, circular top, the base with figures of Victory, inscribed in the casting No. 421, RD. No.375686/375688, shaped pad feet, 76cm high, 60.5cm diam £300 - £400

2551 A George III mahogany rectangular serving table, oversailing top above a deep frieze, chamfered square legs with shaped brackets to angles, 75cm high, 131cm wide £500 - £800

2535

2535 A set of four Ecclesiastical architectural wall mountings, as angels, picked out in gilt, 72cm x 35cm £200 - £300

2553

2536 A pair of George III cast iron boot scrapers, bold scroll end supports terminating in lion paw feet, dished canted rectangular bases, 43cm wide, c.1820 £80 - £120

2553 A 17th century oak three panel blanket chest, hinged top enclosing a till, above a deep frieze carved with flowerheads and meandering leafy stems, the central stiles inlaid with bog oak and holly chevrons, stile feet, 65cm high, 122cm wide, c.1680 - 1700 £200 - £300 2554 A 19th century ash and elm stick back Windsor armchair, curved cresting rail, the arms with broad platforms, saddle seat, turned legs, H-stretcher, c.1840 £100 - £150

2555 A 19th century Florentine gilt wood circular looking glass, the frame pierced and carved with scrolling acanthus, shell cresting, 81cm diam, c1870 £150 - £250

2556 A 19th century Franglais ormolu mounted mahogany kidney shaped occasional table, veined marble top with pierced gallery above a frieze drawer, reeded supports above an open undertier, serpentine legs, acanthus sabot, 78cm high, 53cm wide, c.1875 £800 - £1,200

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2557

2557 A 19th century French gilt metal mounted ebonised bureau plat, of small proportions, oversailing top with inset writing surface, above a shaped apron, serpentine legs, 73cm high, 76cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

2560

2558 A 19th century gilt metal mounted marquetry and ebonised pier cabinet, moulded top above a rectangular door inlaid with a leafy scroll lozenge, plinth base, bun feet, 113cm high, 90cm wide, c.1870 £300 - £400

2560 A 19th century giltwood, gesso and pietra dura tripod centre table, the circular Grand Tour top inlaid in specimen marbles with overlaid stars within a band of alternating shells and roundels, acanthus carved edge, the sculptural column modelled with three scantily clad putti, scroll base, 77cm high, 73cm diam, c.1850 £1,000 - £1,500

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2561 A 19th century Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted rosewood and marquetry bureau du dame, pierced three-quarter gallery, fall front enclosing an inset writing surface, well and small drawers, quarter veneered and inlaid with flowers, shells and tendrils, 94cm high, 75cm wide, c.1870 £300 - £500

2559 A 19th century gilt metal mounted rosewood and marquetry quatrefoil occasional table, in the Louis XV taste, shaped top with fall leaves, inlaid with sprays of flowers, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing,serpentine legs, acanthus sabot, 71cm high, 53cm wide, c.1870 £500 - £700 For more images please visit

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2562 A 19th century Louis XV style gilt metal mounted rosewood crossbanded kingwood serpentine bijouterie table, glazed top above a long drawer, serpentine legs, 71cm high, 69cm wide, c.1870 £500 - £700

2565 A 19th century mahogany shaped serpentine sideboard, of small proportions, slightly oversailing top above a frieze drawer and shaped apron, flanked by a pair of cupboards, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, moulded square tapered legs, spade feet, 87cm high, 122.5cm wide £150 - £200 2566 A 19th century mahogany three section Canterbury, X-shaped divisions with turned supports, carved and applied with ribbon-tied lotus wreath and draught turned roundel, verso conforming, drawer to base, turned legs, brass casters, 54cm high, 48.5cm wide £100 - £150

2567 A 19th century oak three-fold dressing screen, glazed cartouche shaped panels, the frame carved throughout with scrolling acanthus, 190cm high, 168cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300 2568 A 19th century rosewood crossbanded mahogany Pembroke table, oval top with fall leaves above a bow fronted cockbeaded frieze drawer, blind to verso, wrapped reeded ring handles, tapered square legs, brass casters, 73cm high, 78cm wide £60 - £100

2569 A 19th century walnut and marquetry inlaid shaped rectangular lady’s work/dressing table, gilt metal mounted, the folding top inlaid with a musical trophy, flowers and scrolling leaves, enclosing divided compartments and mirror, long frieze drawer, turned legs, the curved x-stretchers centred with an urnular finial, toupee feet, 72cm high, 67cm wide, c.1870 £500 - £700 2570 A 19th century Windsor elbow chair, with pierced splats, shaped seat, turned legs £60 - £100

2571 A small Regency mahogany bow fronted chest, reeded crossbanded top outlined with ebonised stringing, above three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass drum handles, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 90cm high, 90cm wide, early 19th century £250 - £350

2563

2563 A 19th century mahogany country house gentleman collector’s cabinet on stand, hinged caddy top enclosing an arrangement of covered and open compartments, above four long drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles to sides, the slightly projecting base with a further long drawer, turned handles, square chamfered legs, 127cm high, 67cm wide £600 - £1,000

2572 A Charles II oak blockfront low dresser, moulded two-plank top above three drawers applied with geometric mouldings, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 81cm high, 224cm wide, c.1675 £600 - £1,000

2573 A Charles II oak four panel blanket chest, of long and low proportions, hinged top, the front panels carved with lozenges outlined with bog oak and holly, stile feet, 62cm high, 171cm long, c.1675 £200 - £300

2564 A 19th century mahogany cylinder bureau, enclosing a retractable baize lined writing surface, pigeon holes and small drawers, above two short and two long graduated drawers, outlined with ebony stringing, turned handles, turned legs, 113cm high, 108cm wide, c.1830 £300 - £400

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2574 A George III mahogany secretaire chest, moulded oversailing top above a deep fitted drawer enclosing an arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, oval gilt brass swing handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 107cm high, 103cm wide, c.1800 £300 - £400

2576

2576 A Colonial hardwood, ebony and ivory marquetry centre table, moulded circular top, turned baluster column, incurved canted triform base applied with boldly carved peacocks, inlaid throughout with bands of stylised animals and foliage and outlined with chevron banding, 74cm high, 70cm diam £100 - £150

2575 A Chippendale Revival mahogany break centre low linen press, moulded top with ovolo and acanthus carved edge above two pairs of rectangular doors applied with re-entrant mouldings and further acanthus to angles, enclosing sliding trays, skirted base, bracket feet, 124cm high, 175cm wide, c.1920 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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2578 A fine Sheraton Revival parcel-gilt and painted satinwood lady’s occasional writing desk, in the manner of Edwards & Roberts, mechanical tambour superstructure enclosing well apertures, compartments and stationery divisions, sloping top with folding inset baize lined writing surface above a frieze drawer, painted en-grisaille with swans and musical trophies, rosewood crossbanded and outlined throughout with barberpole stringing, acanthus grasped reeded tapered legs, inverted serpentine undertier, turned feet, 97cm high, 70cm wide, c.1900 £2,000 - £3,000

2579 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted kingwood, mahogany and marquetry salon side cabinet and integral clock, in the manner of Francois Linke, arched ribbon cresting above a 14cm convex enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, above an arrangement of seven tooled and gilt leather mounted drawer fronts, the base with a pair of frieze drawers above rectangular doors, inlaid with urns of flowers, turned feet, 89cm wide, c.1900 £3,000 - £5,000

2577

2577 A fine George III mahogany secretaire bookcase, of unusually narrow proportions, dentil cornice above a band of pendant mouldings and rectangular astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with deep drawer well fitted with inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, a cupboard, pigeon holes and small drawers, above three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, gilt brass Rococo handles and escutcheons, skirted base, bracket feet, 234cm high, 93cm wide, c.1770 £3,000 - £5,000

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2580 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted mahogany and marquetry shaped rectangular centre table, oversailing top inlaid with flowers and leafy scrolls, on a burr ground, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 74cm high, 79cm wide, c.1900 £400 - £600

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2581 A French Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted rosewood and vernis Martin cylinder bonheur du jour, pierced gallery above three short drawers, the mechanical cylinder decorated with courting figures in 18th century dress, enclosing three further drawers, above a folding writing surface and a shaped frieze drawer, cabriole legs, leafy sabots, 107cm high, 76cm wide, c.1890 £700 - £1,000

2584

2582 A George III mahogany demi-lune card table, folding top enclosing a baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze, outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, 73cm high, 95cm wide, c.1810 £250 - £300

2584 A George II walnut bureau bookcase, the outswept cornice above a pair of bevelled mirrored doors enclosing adjustable shelves, above candle slides, the fall front enclosing a well fitted interior with central raised and fielded panel door, flanked by stop fluted columns, drawers and pigeon holes above four long graduated drawers, brass swing handles, conforming escutcheons, bracket feet, 100cm wide, 211cm high, c.1740

2583 A ‘George II’ crossbanded walnut kneehole desk, quarter veneered top above a frieze drawer flanked by two rows of further graduated drawers, skirted base, shaped bracket feet, 86cm high, 107cm wide (an old reconstruction of period timbers) £100 - £150

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2593 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, circular top later inlaid with a flowerhead and outlined with boxwood stringing, spirally turned urnular column, cabriole legs, pad feet, 69cm high, 69.5cm diam £120 - £180

2594 A George III oak and mahogany floor standing splay fronted corner cupboard, dentil cornice above an astragal glazed door enclosing shaped shelves, the slightly projecting base with a rectangular raised panelled door, skirted base, shaped bracket feet, 204cm high, 76cm wide, c.1790 £100 - £150

2595 A George III oak low dresser, oversailing top above three drawers, brass bat shaped handles, shaped apron, cabriole legs, pad feet, 79cm high, 212cm wide, c.1775 £300 - £400

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2596 A George III oak low dresser, slightly oversailing top above three deep drawers, shaped apron, cabriole legs, 79cm high, 173cm wide, c.1800 £300 - £500

2585 A George III mahogany bachelor’s chest, moulded top above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, bracket, 84cm high, 88cm wide, c.1800 £300 - £500

2597 A George III style mahogany serpentine fronted chest of four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, Rococo brass swan neck handles, flanked by canted blind fretwork angles, skirted base, bracket feet, 86cm high, 93cm wide, c.1920 £400 - £500

2586 A ‘George III’ mahogany bookcase on stand, moulded out swept cornice above a glazed door enclosing adjustable shelves, the stand with chamfered square legs, 177cm high, 87cm wide (reconstructed from a larger piece of furniture) £150 - £250

2598 A George III style oak low dresser, oversailing moulded top above two frieze drawers, brass bat shaped handles, shaped apron, cabriole legs, pad feet, 50cm high, 107cm wide £60 - £100

2587 A George III mahogany bow fronted chest, of two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, turned handles, 93.5cm high, 105cm wide, c.1820 £70 - £100

2588 A George III mahogany crossbanded bow fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, stepped cornice above a pair of doors, skirted base, 105cm high, 82cm wide £60 - £100

2589 A George III mahogany gentleman’s washstand, hinged top enclosing apertures, above a pair of doors and a night drawer, brass ring handles, outlined throughout with ebony stringing, tapered square legs, 83cm high, 51cm wide, c.1810 £100 - £150

2590 A George III mahogany Pembroke table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves above a cockbeaded frieze drawer, brass swan neck handle, moulded and chamfered square legs, brass casters, 72.5cm high, 86cm long, c.1800 £200 - £250

2591 A George III mahogany Pembroke table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, flush faux cockbeaded drawer to frieze, blind to verso, square tapered legs, casters, 72cm high, 72.5cm wide, c.1810 £80 - £120

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2599 A George IV mahogany rectangular three-tier dumb waiter/buffet, turned baluster columns, brass casters, 99cm high, 107cm wide, c.1830 £100 - £150

2592 A ‘George III’ mahogany scroll end window seat, stuffed-over upholstery, square tapered legs, 91cm wide £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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2602 2603 A large 19th century mahogany and marquetry dressing glass, rectangular plate with shaped cresting, flanked by square uprights with turned urnular finials, the bow fronted base with three drawers, inlaid in the Sheraton taste with a covered urn, leafy scrolls and swags, outlined with boxwood stringing, brass axehead handles, bracket feet, 90cm high, 77cm wide £200 - £300

2600 A George IV mahogany rounded rectangular library table, oversailing top with acanthus carved edge and inset leather writing surface, above a cushion moulded frieze with single drawer, fluted panelled vasular end supports, carved scroll legs, substantial lion paw feet, 74cm high, 143cm wide, c.1825 £1,500 - £2,500

2601 A George IV mahogany work table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, above two graduated drawers applied with mouldings, turned handles, stepped spreading column, incurved canted base, scroll feet, 75cm high, 46cm wide, c.1825 £100 - £150

2604 A large 19th century mahogany rounded rectangular extending dining table, with seven leaves, moulded top above a deep frieze, the base with turned, reeded and fluted baluster column flanked by four further smaller conforming, scroll feet, reeded tapered end supports with ceramic casters, 73cm high, closing to a circular centre table of 164cm diam, extending to 482cm long, c.1860 £3,000 - £4,000

2602 A George/William IV bronze mounted rosewood rounded rectangular library table, slightly oversailing top with carved edge above a pair of frieze drawers, blind to verso and sides, turned handles, applied with a classical relief plaque, acanthus grasped columnar end supports, fluted bun feet, 73cm high, 141cm wide, c.1830 £3,000 - £4,000

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2606 A large Regency mahogany circular breakfast table, tilting crossbanded top, canted square column with reeded angles, hipped sabre legs carved with acanthus, brass lion paw casters, 73cm high, 152.5cm diam, c.1820 £300 - £500

2607 A large Victorian mahogany shop display cabinet, moulded outswept cornice above two pairs of glazed rectangular doors, enclosing a mirrored interior, the projecting base with further doors conforming, plinth base, 257cm high, 283cm wide £200 - £300

2608 A large Victorian oak rounded rectangular windout dining table, four leaves, moulded top above a deep frieze, substantial turned legs stop-fluted and carved with leafy scrolls and roundels, ceramic casters, 74.5cm high, 142cm wide, extending to 374cm long, c.1880 £400 - £600

2605

2605 A large George IV rosewood centre table, well figured circular top above a shallow frieze, boldly carved lotus grasped spreading cylindrical column, incurved canted triform base with beaded border, lion paw feet, 71cm high, 136cm diam, c.1830 £400 - £600

2609 A large Victorian walnut and marquetry circular centre table, the well figured top with matched segmented veneers, inlaid to the centre in coloured woods with song birds amongst oak branches, within a broad border of flowers and scrolling foliage, turned and fluted column, cabriole legs, scroll feet, brass casters, 73cm high, 136cm diam, c.1850 £2,000 - £3,000

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2611 A late 19th century mahogany partner’s desk, hipped rectangular top with inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, above frieze drawers and slides, cupboards to pedestals applied with re-entrant mouldings, plinth base, 80cm high, 161cm wide, c.1900 £700 - £1,000

2612 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry writing table, shaped rectangular top with pierced gallery, inlaid with strapwork and flowerhead diapers, above a frieze drawer fitted with sliding inset tooled leather writing surface and compartments, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 76cm high, 67.5cm wide, c.1850 £800 - £1,200 2613 An early 19th century Dutch walnut and marquetry shaped serpentine card table, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a long frieze drawer, inlaid overall with fanciful birds and flowers, outlined with boxwood stringing, straight cabriole legs, pad feet, 74cm high, 83cm wide, c.1800 £1,000 - £1,500

2614 A mid-18th century oak desk box, hinged sloping top with reading ledge, above a long drawer, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 36cm high, 75cm wide, c.1750 £200 - £300 2615 A pair of fine Italian walnut and marquetry bombe shaped commodes, each with moulded oversailing top above three long graduated drawers, inlaid with courting couples within shaped reserves outlined with rosewood banding and sand-shaded scrolling acanthus, leafy cast brass Rococo handles, shaped aprons, outswept feet, leafy sabot, 99cm high, 121cm wide, 19th century £7,000 - £10,000

2610

2610 A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry china closet cabinet, arched cornice above a door glazed with three rows of three rectangular panels, enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with rectangular panelled door, inlaid with an urn of flowers, scrolls and flowering stems, outlined with barberpole and boxwood stringing, 184cm high, 97cm wide, c.1800 £1,500 - £2,500 2616

2616 A pair of George III mahogany demi-lune card tables, each folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, square tapered legs, brass casters, 76cm high, 92cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300

2617 A pair of George IV mahogany D-shaped tea tables, each with folding top above a deep frieze and Ushaped column with turned underfinial, tall fluted socles, moulded cabriole legs boldly carved with acanthus scrolls, brass casters, 75cm high, 91cm wide, c.1830 £600 - £1,000

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2618 A pair of Regency design bergere library armchairs, rectangular backs, moulded arms, fluted front rails flanked by carved acanthus bosses, brass casters, c.1910 £300 - £400

2620

2619 A pair of Scottish Regency mahogany hall chairs, incurved panelled backs crested by carved sunflower lunette crestings, turned tapered legs, c.1830 £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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2620 A pair of Sheraton Revival painted satinwood waterfall bookcases, each with shaped cresting above three graduated shelves and a rectangular panelled door, painted with baskets of flowers and swags, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 134cm high, 54.5cm wide, c.1900 £2,000 - £3,000

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2621 A pair of William IV/early Victorian mahogany spoon back armchairs, stuffed-over deep buttoned upholstery, padded arms carved with lotus scrolls, turned legs, brass casters, c.1840 £300 - £500 2622 A pair of George III mahogany octagonal wine tables, turned and panelled columns, down swept legs, 73cm high, 40cm wide, £500 - £700

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2626 A Regency rosewood rounded rectangular card table, folding top outlined with brass stringing and enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, U-shaped end supports, serpentine stretcher, scroll feet, brass casters, 74cm high, 91cm wide, c.1815 £400 - £600

2623

2623 A Queen Anne/George I crossbanded walnut chest on stand, concave moulded cornice above three short and three long graduated moulded drawers, the slightly projecting base with three further drawers, shaped apron, associated cabriole legs, pad feet, 161cm high, 99cm wide, c.1715 £600 - £1,000 2624 A Queen Anne/George I walnut chest on stand, moulded crossbanded top above four long graduated drawers, pierced crass bat shaped handles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, the later stand with wavy apron, turned legs, shaped apron, bun feet, 135cm high, 95cm wide, c.1715 and later £400 - £600

2627

2627 A 19th century gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry serpentine jardinière table, lift-off cover and pierced gallery above a shaped apron, inlaid with sprays of flowers, serpentine legs, 76cm high, 66cm wide, c.1870 £500 - £600

2625 A Regency japanned candle stand/polescreen, the tilting canted rectangular banner decorated en grisaille with putti, within a band of trailing vine, turned column and socle, circular undertiers, outswept legs, 108cm high (tilted), 91cm high (folded), early 19th century £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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2628 A set of eight George III design mahogany dining chairs, comprising six side chairs and a pair of carvers, pierced shaped serpentine ladder backs, stuffed-over upholstery, chamfered square legs, H-stretchers £400 - £600

2630 A set of six Chippendale Revival mahogany dining chairs, by Gillows, stamped, comprising four side chairs and a pair of carvers, shaped and pierced backs carved scrolling acanthus, drop-in seats, cabriole forelegs, c.1900 £300 - £500 2631 A set of six unusual Reformed Gothic pitch pine X-frame chairs, arched backs, brass studded leather upholstery, the front stretchers carved with flowerhead bosses, c.1860 £2,000 - £3,000

2632 A Sheraton Revival mahogany and marquetry bow fronted display cabinet, stepped cornice and deep frieze above a pair of three-quarter glazed and panelled doors divided by a further rectangular panel, inlaid with oval patera, ribbon-tied baskets, bell husks and leafy scrolls, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, square tapered legs, spade feet, 168cm high, 107cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300 2633 A Sheraton Revival mahogany kidney shaped writing desk, by Shoolbred & Co, stamped, slightly oversailing top with inset tooled leather writing surface, above a frieze drawer flanked by two rows of three further drawers, outlined throughout with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, square tapered legs, brass casters, 73cm high, 130cm wide, c.1890 £1,200 - £1,500

2629

2629 A set of four early Victorian rosewood balloon back dining chairs, possibly Irish, stuffed-over seats, serpentine front rails, moulded cabriole legs, bold scroll feet, c.1840 £100 - £150

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2636 A substantial Victorian museum or connoisseur’s room centre collection display cabinet, the rectangular pitched top with two hinged sloping glazed covers, the raised and fielded panelled base with six cupboards, plinth base, 113cm high, 208cm wide, 139cm deep, c.1900 £400 - £600 2637 A substantial Victorian museum or connoisseur’s room centre collection display cabinet, the rectangular pitched top with two hinged sloping glazed covers, the raised and fielded panelled base with six cupboards, plinth base, 113cm high, 208cm wide, 139cm deep, c.1900 £400 - £600 2638 A Swedish Troeds rosewood extending rounded rectangular dining table, possibly designed by Hugo Troeds, on incurved legs, 73cm high, 265cm long extended, 165cm closed; a set of six conforming dining room chairs £300 - £500

2639 A Victorian burr walnut oval breakfast table, the well figured top with shaped edge above a deep frieze, turned and stop-fluted leafy baluster column flanked by four further conforming, cabriole legs carved with scrolls, ceramic casters, 73cm high, 142cm wide, c.1850 £500 - £600

2634

2634 A Sheraton Revival satinwood crossbanded mahogany and marquetry bureau, by Edwards & Roberts, stamped, fall front inlaid with a ribbon-tied musical trophy within an oval reserve, enclosing an inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, a cupboard and an arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, skirted base, bracket feet, 109cm high, 94cm wide, c.1890 £400 - £600

2640 A Victorian child’s metamorphic high chair, shaped serpentine cresting rail above a spindle gallery, turned legs, intergral abacus, rectangular stretchers, 98cm high, c.1890 £80 - £120 2641 A Victorian faux rosewood oval tripod occasional table, moulded top , turned and reeded column, cabriole legs carved with flowers and stiff leaves, 68cm high, 65cm wide £80 - £120

2635 A Sheraton Revival satinwood crossbanded mahogany side table/lowboy, moulded oversailing top above one deep and four small drawers, inlaid with batwings to angles, square tapered legs, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, brass casters, 80cm high, 85cm wide £500 - £700

2642 A Victorian faux walnut drawing room suite, comprising a sofa and an armchair, shaped backs, stuffed-over upholstery, outswept arms carved with scrolls, acanthus scroll feet, ceramic casters, the sofa 192cm long, c.1850 £200 - £300

2643 A Victorian gilt metal mounted ebonised and marquetry pier vitrine, the outswept moulded top, above a shallow frieze inlaid with foliate scrolls, the pair of panelled glazed doors, flanked by gilt brass acanthus capped mounts, boxwood stringing throughout, protruding plinth base, turned bun feet, 110cm high, 105cm wide £200 - £300

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2644 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry break-centre credenza, the top with bookmatched veneers above three glazed rectangular doors, inlaid with ribbons and sprays of flowers, plinth base, 114cm high, 180cm wide, c.1865 £1,200 - £1,800

2649 A Victorian mahogany secretaire bookcase, concave moulded cornice above a pair of arched rectangular glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with fitted drawer above a pair of panelled doors, plinth base, 226cm high, 120cm wide, c.1850 £300 - £500

2645 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry shaped serpentine credenza, the well figured top with book-matched veneers above a rectangular door flanked by a pair of glazed doors, inlaid with leafy scrolls and outlined with boxwood stringing, 107cm high, 178cm wide, c.1850 £1,000 - £1,500

2650 A Victorian mahogany serving table, moulded oversailing top above a pair of frieze drawers, bold lion monopodia carved with acanthus scrolls to knees, 96cm high, 152cm wide, c.1880 £400 - £600

2651 A Victorian mahogany spoon back armchair, of generous proportions, deep buttoned stuffed-over upholstery, outswept arms, serpentine forelegs well carved with scrolls, brass casters, c.1850 £150 - £250

2646 A Victorian mahogany and marquetry canted break-centre salon display cabinet, moulded cornice above a mirrored niche and a glaze door enclosing velvet lined shelves, flanked by further mirrored sections with pierced galleries, above panelled doors inlaid in ivory and shaded boxwood with foliate masks and scrolling leaves, rectangular undertier, turned supports, spade feet, 174cm high, 152cm wide, c.1875 £200 - £300

2652 A Victorian mahogany spoon back nursing chair, deep-buttoned stuffed-over upholstery, cabriole forelegs, c.1860 £100 - £150 2653 A Victorian mahogany twin pedestal writing desk, rounded rectangular moulded top with inset leather writing surface above three frieze drawers, three further graduated to each pedestal, turned handles, plinth base, 74cm high, 183cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £400

2654

2654 A Victorian pollard oak inverted break centre sideboard, oversailing top with low panelled back, above a deep frieze with three drawers, cupboards to pedestals, plinth base, 98cm high, 222cm wide, c.1880 £400 - £600

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2647 A Victorian mahogany gallery folio cabinet, hinged panelled top and fall front enclosing a divider, applied with a lozenge inscribed in gilt, American Views, Canadian Views, doors to sides, brass fittings, plinth base, roller casters, 88cm high, 97cm wide, c.1880 £250 - £350

2655 A Victorian rosewood shaped oval occasional table, slightly oversailing top above a shallow frieze, slender turned twin end supports terminating in beaded socles, scroll feet, ceramic casters, 72cm high, 112cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200

2648 A Victorian mahogany oval Sutherland table, the moulded top with fall leaves, bobbin turned legs and stretchers, downswept end supports, ceramic casters, 71cm high, 89.5cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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2659 A Victorian walnut and marquetry Davenport, concave moulded superstructure with hinged cover enclosing well aperture, pen rest and stationery divisions, hinged canted sloping top with inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, four graduated drawers to side, blind to verso, turned handles, outlined with boxwood stringing, ceramic casters, 82cm high, 53.5cm wide, c.1875 £200 - £300

2660 A Victorian walnut and marquetry rectangular work table, hinged cover above a concave moulded frieze, enclosing an arrangement of compartments, inlaid with flowers and scrolling leaves, carved cabriole legs, 69cm high, 49cm wide, c.1860 £400 - £600

2656

2661 A Victorian walnut Canterbury whatnot, rounded rectangular top with pierced brass balustrade gallery, above an open undertier and a glazed rectangular door enclosing shelves trimmed in tooled and gilt leather. outlined throughout with banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, turned feet, 101cm high, 61cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £400

2656 A Victorian rosewood sofa, spoon shaped back, deep-buttoned stuffed-over upholstery, lotus scroll arms, cabriole legs carved with flowers and leafy stems, 163cm long, c.1850 £200 - £300

2657 A Victorian shaped serpentine credenza, moulded top above a pair of arched rectangular glazed doors flanked by two rows of open shelves, outlined throughout with chevron and chequered banding, plinth base, 96cm high, 182cm wide, c.1855 £600 - £1,000 2658 A Victorian walnut and ebonised shaped oval tripod occasional table, quarter-veneered top with ebonised border, spirally incise carved column, turned socle, cabriole legs, 79cm high, 59cm wide, c.1870 £80 - £120

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2662 A Victorian walnut rounded rectangular occasional table, well figured quarter-veneered top, turned, carved and fluted baluster end supports and stretcher, cabriole legs terminating in scrolls, ceramic casters, 74cm high, 109cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £500

2667 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular pull-out dining table, two leaves, moulded top above a deep frieze, turned legs, brass casters, 73cm high, 120cm wide, 141cm extending to 235cm long, c.1840 £300 - £400

2663 A Victorian walnut side cabinet, moulded serpentine top with shaped three-quarter gallery carved with oval patera, acanthus scrolls and trellis, above a blind fretwork frieze and three open shelves, turned feet, 107cm high, 51cm wide, c.1890 £80 - £120

2668 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular tea table, folding top above a deep frieze applied with a split turning, panelled column, lotus socle, spreading circular base, scroll feet, 76cm high, 91cm wide, c.1840 £100 - £150

2664 A William and Mary oak blockfront chest, moulded top above two short and and three long graduated drawers applied with geometric mouldings and split turnings, bun feet, 89cm high, 97cm wide, c.1690 £200 - £300

2665

2665 A William IV mahogany rocking cradle, arched canopy, shaped sides, the foot with scroll carved cresting, conforming sledge base, 60cm high, 89cm long, c.1835 £150 - £200

2669

2669 A William IV/early Victorian walnut Davenport, in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster, the sliding top with pierced gilt-brass three-quarter gallery, hinged sloping writing surface with inset leather, enclosing small drawers, hinged fitted scribe’s drawer to side, above a slide and four long graduated drawers, blind conforming to verso, turned handles, skirted base, bun feet, brass casters, 101cm high, 55cm wide, c.1840 £300 - £500

2666 A William IV rosewood polescreen, turned finial, serpentine rectangular woolwork banner colourfully worked with flowers, scroll border, lotus socle and base, outswept feet, 154cm high, c.1835 £80 - £120

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2670 2674 An Arts and Crafts walnut writing bureau, probably retailed by Liberty & Co, tall screened superstructure with three-quarter spindle gallery, fall front enclosing inset writing surface and an arrangement of pigeon holes, above a frieze drawer and an arcaded niche, square tapered legs, 134cm high, 63cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150

2670 An 18th century Maltese crossbanded walnut serpentine commode, well figured top with matched veneers and inlaid with a pair of shaped crosses, above four long graduated drawers, turned handles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, shaped apron, short cabriole legs, 112cm high, 174cm wide, c.1775 £3,000 - £5,000

2675 An Arts and Crafts walnut writing bureau, retailed by Liberty & Co, tall superstructure with three-quarter gallery of bobbin turned quatrefoils, fall front enclosing inset writing surface and an arrangement of pigeon holes, above a frieze drawer and an arcaded niche, square tapered legs, labels to drawer, 127cm high, 63cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150

2671 An 18th century oak three panel mule chest, hinged top, the front carved with stylised tulips, lunettes and guilloche, skirted base, stile feet, 85cm high, 130cm wide £150 - £200 2672 An Adam Revival brass and cast iron fire place, canted canopy, pierced serpentine front flanked tall knop and baluster finials, the back 96cm x 57cm, late 19th century £300 - £400

2676 An early 18th century oak oval gateleg table, drawer to frieze, turned and block legs, feet conforming, 72cm wide, 75cm high, c.1740 £60 - £100

2673 An Arts and Crafts oak games room corner billiard cue cabinet, shaped back, above a long glazed and panelled door, flanked by upstands, shaped sides, 184cm high, 45cm wide, c.1890 £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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2677 An early 18th century oak rectangular side table, oversailing top above a long frieze drawer, brass bat shaped handles and escutcheon, shaped apron, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 75cm high, 90cm wide, c.1720 £200 - £300

2681 An early 19th century yew and elm Windsor armchair, tall hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, turned legs, crinoline stretcher, North East Midlands, c.1820 £100 - £150 2682 An early George II walnut bureau, fall front enclosing a stepped interior with a well and a rectangular door flanked by ‘secret’ compartments and an arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above one blind, two short and two long graduated moulded drawers, brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 99cm high, 92cm wide, c.1730 £600 - £800

2678 An early 19th century ash and elm Windsor armchair, low hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, turned legs, crinoline stretcher, East Midlands, c.1820 £60 - £100 2679 An early 19th century ash and elm Windsor armchair, tall hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, turned legs, crinoline stretcher, East Midlands, c.1820 £150 - £250

2683 An Edwardian Sheraton Revival satinwood crossbanded mahogany nest of three graduated occasional tables, moulded tops outlined throughout with chequered stringings, turned legs and stretchers, 65cm to 62cm high, 56cm to 41cm wide, c.1905 £100 - £150

2680 An early 19th century Dutch mahogany pylon shaped side cabinet, slightly oversailing top above a faux dentil frieze, a drawer and a rectangular door, square tapered legs, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, brass casters, 90cm high, 90cm wide, c.1820 £500 - £700

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2684 An Empire design gilt metal mounted mahogany side cabinet, rectangular reeded top above a door enclosing shelves, flanked by herms cast in the Egyptian Revival taste, applied with Vestal virgins, flaming urns and anthemion, scroll legs, inverted bow centre undertier, 104cm high, 54cm wide, 19th century £1,000 - £1,500

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2685 An Irish mahogany shaped rounded rectangular silver table, dished top with re-entrant angles above a deep frieze, straight cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, 70cm high, 88cm wide, 19th century £400 - £600 2686 A George I/II oak chest on stand, stepped cornice above two short and three long graduated drawers, the slightly projecting base with three further drawers, engraved brass bat shaped handles, 128cm high, 94cm wide, c.1730 (distressed) £200 - £300

2689

2687 A Chinese hardwood barrel shaped garden seat, turned circular top, 46cm high, 32cm diam, c.1880 £500 - £800

2689 A fine Sheraton period mahogany octagonal cellarette, the hinged cover enclosing a lead lined compartmented interior, the well figured veneers centred by circular and oval reserves, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, brass casters, 71.5cm high, 45cm wide, c.1790 £1,500 - £2,000

2690 A 19th century oak low dresser, moulded top with sunken centre above three graduated drawers, flanked by cupboards, each with a pair of raised arched rectangular panels, brass bat shaped handles, shaped and pierced apron, cabriole legs, pad feet, 95cm high, 176cm wide £300 - £400

2691 Finn Juhl for France & Sons - a Danish rosewood coffee table, retailed by Heals, parquetry top, metal label, 130cm x 65cm, numbered 58078936 £100 - £150

2688

2692 A Gothic Revival oak wall hanging icon niche, shaped arched canopy pierced and carved with flowerheads, leaves and tracery, 73cm high, 54cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100

2688 A Charles II oak blanket chest, hinged four panel top above a three panel front carved in relief with strapwork lozenges and stylised scrolling vine, stile feet, 69cm high, 133cm long, c.1670 £150 - £250

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2700 A carved wood and gesso rocking horse, canted rectangular base with iron wheels, mounted on a rocking sledge, 86cm high, 123cm long £60 - £100

2701 A Charles II oak three panel blanket chest, hinged top above a deep frieze carved with leafy lunettes, the front with strapwork and leafy roundels, stile feet, 64cm high, 134cm wide, c.1680 £200 - £300

2693

2693 An unusual 18th/19th century oak lowboy, rounded rectangular moulded top above an arrangement of four drawers, shaped and pierced apron, cabriole legs, pad feet, 81cm high, 106cm wide £200 - £300

2694 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak lowboy, slightly oversailing top above three cockbeaded drawers, shaped apron, oval handles, square tapered legs, 76cm high, 82cm wide, c.1810 £150 - £200 2695 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry pier display cabinet, moulded rectangular top above a deep frieze and a glazed rectangular door enclosing shelves, plinth base, turned feet, 106cm high, 76cm wide, c.1870 £150 - £200

2702

2702 A George I/early George II crossbanded walnut bureau, fall front enclosing a well and a rectangular cupboard door, flanked by a pair of ‘secret’ compartments and a stepped arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above two short and two long graduated drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles and escutcheons, outlined throughout with herringbone stringing, skirted base, bracket feet, 104cm high, 90.4cm wide, c.1730 £300 - £500

2696 A 19th century ash and elm Windsor armchair, hooped back with shaped and pierced splat, U-shaped armrail, saddle seat, turned legs, H-stretcher, North East Midlands, c.1840 £100 - £150 2697 A ‘19th century’ mahogany breakfast/dining table, circular top with moulded edge above a deep frieze, spirally turned legs, 73cm high, 140cm diam (a reconstruction of period timbers) £150 - £200

2703 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak dresser, outswept cornice above a shaped apron, and three shelves, the projecting base with moulded top above a T-shaped arrangement of drawers flanked by raised and fielded panelled doors, skirted base, bracket feet, 200cm high, 209cm wide, c.1800 £700 - £1,000

2698 A 19th century painted slate low occasional table, circular top decorated with a flowering urn, turned socle, square base, 56cm high, 56cm diam £100 - £150

2699 A Biedermeier satin birch sideboard, shaped arched back carved with a cresting of fruiting vine and scrolling acanthus, above an arrangement of cupboards and drawers, shaped apron, cabriole legs, paw feet, 140cm high, 190cm wide, c.1900 £250 - £350

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2704 A George III mahogany kneehole desk, moulded oversailing top above a long cockbeaded drawer, cupboard to niche flanked by three graduated drawers to each pedestal, skirted base, bracket feet, 82cm high, 93cm wide £600 - £800

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2705 A large early 18th century oak four panel blanket chest, hinged top above a deep frieze carved with a repetetive band of swags and lozenges, reeded stiles, 79cm high, 142cm wide, c.1720 £200 - £300

2714 An Edwardian nest of three walnut rectangular occasional tables, moulded tops, slender turned twin end supports, sledge bases, scroll feet, 72.5cm to 70cm high, 44cm to 35.5cm wide, c.1910 £70 - £100

2706 A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch mahogany bombe shaped commode, shaped oversailing top above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, gilt brass swag handles, ogee bracket feet, 49cm high, 82cm wide, c.1800 £400 - £600 2707 A late 19th century painted leather four-fold dressing screen, decorated with courting figfures in 18th century dress, studded borders, 185cm high, 204cm wide overall, c.1900 £200 - £300

2708 A Victorian mahogany secretaire bookcase, moulded cornice above a pair of arched rectangular glazed doors enclosing shelves, the projecting base with well fitted drawer above a pair of panelled doors, plinth base, 250cm high, 99cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600 2709 A pair of George III mahogany demi-lune side tables, later painted with oval batwing paterae, swags and trailing bell husks, each with oversailing top above a deep frieze, square tapered legs, spade feet, 83cm high, 121cm wide, c.1800 with later decoration £300 - £400

2715

2715 An Edwardian rosewood crossbanded mahogany nest of three rectangular occasional tables, each top with matched veneers centred by a well figured oval, ring turned slender twin end supports, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, downswept sledge bases, 57cm to 52cm high, 51cm to 36cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300

2710 A Victorian burr walnut and marquetry rounded rectangular occasional table, well figured quarter-veneered top inlaid with a lozenge and outlined with banding and boxwood stringing, turned, fluted and reeded legs carved with lotus socles, curved X-stretcher centred by an oval upstand, ceramic casters, 74cm high, 106cm wide, c.1860 £400 - £600

2711 A Victorian painted satinwood sideboard, shaped cresting with ring turned finials, above a shelf and a rectangular bevelled mirror flanked by a pair of glazed cupboards and open niches, the projecting breakcentre base with central frieze drawer above a pair of glazed doors and a further drawer, flanked by a pair of short drawers and open shelves, carved and painted with paterae and ribbon-tied swags and fruiting laurel, turned feet, 219cm high, 138cm wide, c.1880 £700 - £1,000 2712 A Victorian rosewood serpentine stool, stuffed-over top, cabriole legs, scroll feet, 52cm wide, c.1850 £60 - £100

2713 A Victorian Scottish mahogany break-centre side cabinet, by Wylie & Lochhead Ltd, Glasgow, stamped, shaped cresting incise carved with volutes and centred by a circular boss, flanked by ring turned bun shaped finials above a rectangular bevelled mirror, the projecting base with frieze drawer above an arcaded niche and a pair of rectangular doors carved with scrolling acanthus, flanked by adjustable shelves, plinth base, 178cm high, 214cm wide, c.1890 £500 - £700 For more images please visit

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2716 A George II/early George III Irish mahogany lowboy, rounded rectangular moulded top above a long frieze drawer, brass swan neck handles, cabriole legs carved with shells to knees, shaped pad feet, 76cm high, 62cm wide, c.1760 £500 - £700 278

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2717 A George III oak lowboy, oversailing rectangular top with moulded edge above three cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, shaped apron, chamfered square legs, 71cm high, 77cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300

2719

2719 A William III oak child’s three panel blanket chest, hinged top enclosing a till, above a deep frieze carved with leafy scrolls, stile feet, 55cm high, 90cm wide, c.1700 £200 - £300 2720 An early 18th century oak side table, oversailing top above a long frieze drawer, shaped apron, turned legs, moulded rectangular stretchers, 67cm high, 73cm wide, c.1720 £100 - £150 2721 Pharmaceutical Interest - a Victorian chemist’s shop cabinet, Invalid Requisites Dispensing Department, arched cresting above arrangements of shelves, approx 247cm high, 221cm wide £200 - £300 2722 A 19th century gilt metal mounted walnut marquetry and ebonised rounded rectangular work table, hinged top inlaid in coloured woods with a vase of flowers and sewing requisites on a table, within a border of scrolling foliage, turned and reeded legs, curved X-stretcher, urnular underfinial, 74cm high, 67cm wide, c.1870 £400 - £600 2718

2723 A 19th century Scandinavian painted pine blanket chest, hinged cover enclosing a till, the front painted with stylised flowers, 44cm high, 105cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

2718 A Victorian walnut secretaire bookcase, stepped cornice above a pair of glazed rectangular doors, the projecting base with fitted drawer enclosing an inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, pigeon holes and small drawers, above a pair of panelled doors, plinth base, 226cm high, 120cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300

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2724 A 19th century walnut and marquetry tripod occasional table, shaped oval top inlaid with flowers and leafy scrolls, turned column, shaped oval socle, turned outswept legs, 65cm high, 36.5cm diam £60 - £100

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2728 A Regency giltwood and gesso rectangular overmantel mirror, stepped cornice with sphere mounts above a deep frieze applied with a chariot and figures in procession, above three bevelled plates flanked by reeded Corinthian pilasters, 89cm high, 147.5cm wide, early 19th century £300 - £500

2725

2725 A George III mahogany secretaire bookcase, Greek key cornice applied with split-turned pendants above a pair of rectangular astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with fitted drawer above two short and two long graduated cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 210cm high, 106cm wide £600 - £800

2729

2729 A Regency mahogany sarcophagus teapoy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of twin-compartment canisters and bowl apertures, fluted spreading square column, incurved base, sabre legs, brass capped casters, 82cm high, 41cm wide, c.1820 £400 - £600

2726 A George III mahogany tray top night table, pierced gallery above a rectangular door veneered with an oval reserve, drawer to base, outlined throughout with chequered, boxwood and ebony stringing, square tapered legs, 82cm high, 56cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £200

2730 A George IV rosewood davenport, sloping top with three-quarter gallery and inset leather writing surface, enclosing a pair of drawers, scribes drawer and cupboard to side, turned feet, 91cm high, 51.5cm wide, c.1825 £200 - £300

2727 A late 17th century oak four panel blanket chest, hinged top enclosing a till, the front carved with lunettes, diaper lozenges and leafy stems, stile feet, 68cm high, 128cm wide, c.1680 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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2732 A Victorian pollard oak rounded rectangular buffet, moulded top with shaped back centred by a carved lion mask, above an open plateau and three shaped rectangular panelled cupboard doors, applied with re-entrant mouldings, shaped plinth base, 127cm high, 135cm wide, c.1850 £200 - £300

2733 A William IV Gonzalo Alves rounded rectangular library table, slightly oversailing top, drawers to frieze, lotus socle, incurved canted base, scroll feet, c.1835 £300 - £400

2734 An early George III mahogany tray top night table, shaped and pierced gallery above a pair of rectangular doors applied with re-entrant mouldings, fitted drawer to base, brass batshaped handle, chamfered square legs, 72.5cm high, 56cm wide, c.1760 £200 - £300 2735 An early Victorian rosewood canterbury whatnot, rectangular top above an open tier and a ‘bird cage’ of spindles, twisted supports, drawer to base, turned handles, bun feet, 84cm high, 67cm wide, c.1840 £300 - £400

2736 An Edwardian rosewood, satinwood and marquetry square revolving bookcase, moulded top inlaid with leafy scrolls within a circular reserve, above an arrangement of slatted shelves, X-shaped base, ceramic casters, 83cm high, 52cm wide, c.1905 £350 - £400

2731

2737 A George I/II oak chest on stand, stepped cornice above two short and three long graduated drawers, the slightly projecting base with three further drawers, engraved brass bat shaped handles, 128cm high, 94cm wide, c.1730 (distressed) £100 - £150

2731 A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted rosewood and marquetry bombe shaped commode, of small proportions, rouge marble top above two long drawers, inlaid with leafy scrolls, cast Rococco mounts, leafy sabot, 83cm high, 63cm wide £400 - £600

2738 A Victorian mahogany adjustable reading or work table, the rectangular top adjustable in height, canted rectangular column with ratchet mechanism, moulded socle applied with leafy scroll brackets, incurved base, bun feet, 90cm high, 61.1cm wide, c.1850 £60 - £100

2739 A George III oak splay fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, swan neck pediment applied with brass roundels., above a rectangular four panel door enclosing shaped shelves, reeded borders, 107cm high, 70cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150

2740 A Regency mahogany D-shaped tea table, folding top with reeded edge, turned column, hipped reeded sabre legs carved with acanthus, brass lion paw casters, 74cm high, 92cm wide, c.1820 £100 - £150 2732

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2741

2741 A 19th century mahogany rounded rectangular sofa table, of narrow proportions, reeded top with fall leaves, above a long frieze drawer, blind to verso, turned stretcher, sabre legs, brass casters, 73cm high, 68cm wide£600 - £100

2749

2742 A George II yew wood gate leg dining table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, straight cabriole legs, pad feet, 74cm high, 92cm wide, c.1750 £200 - £300

2749 A George II mahogany triform gateleg credence table, slightly oversailing top with fall leaf above a deep frieze, straight cabriole legs, pad feet, 72cm high, 97cm wide, c.1750 £60 - £100

2743 A 19th century Irish oak and parquetry circular tripod occasional table, the dished top inlaid with concentric bands of bog oak and specimen timbers, above an octagonal frieze with eight drawers and shaped apron, turned column, cabriole legs, turned feet, 85cm high, 53cm diam, c.1870 £300 - £500

2750 A Victorian oak window seat, shaped cresting centred by a grotesque mask and carved with scrolling leaves, bobbin turned ends, sjaped apron and legs heavily carved with lunettes, flowers and further scrolling leaves, 121cm wide, c.1880 £80 - £120

2744 An 18th century oak demi-lune serving table, planked oversailing top, turned and blocked legs applied with geometric mouldings, 74cm high, 130cm diam (alterations) £200 - £300

2751 An ‘18th century’ oak rectangular blanket chest, hinged top above a cupboard, the six panel front carved with lozenges, 71cm high, 112cm wide £100 - £150

2745 An early Victorian mahogany spoon back armchair, stuffed-over upholstery, padded arms carved with lotus scrolls, serpentine front rail, turned forelegs, brass casters, c.1840 £100 - £150

2752 An ‘18th century’ oak wainscote armchair, rectangular panelled back with shaped cresting, carved with a Tudor rose, scroll arms, solid seat, turned and blocked legs (an old reconstruction of period timbers) £200 - £300

2746 A 19th century elm child’s armchair, arched back with diamond pierced central splat, serpentine arms, saddle seat, staked legs, East Anglia, c.1820 £150 - £200

2753 An Arts and Crafts oak country house club fender, of pegged construction, moulded top above a deep border of shaped splats pierced with roundels, 38.5cm high, 189cm wide £100 - £150

2747 A 19th century giltwood stool, stuffed-over Berlin woolwork upholstered seat, turned and reeded legs, shaped X-stretcher,turned underfinial, 38cm high, 47cm wide, c.1880 £80 - £120

2754 An early 18th century oak chest, oversailing planked top above two short and three long graduated drawers, turned handles, raised and fielded panelled sides, skirted base, 88cm high, 99cm wide, c.1730 £150 - £200

2748 A 19th century mahogany shaped serpentine side or dressing table, crossbanded top with matched veneers, above an arrangement of five cockbeaded drawers, oval brass handles, 79cm high, 152cm wide £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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2760 A Victorian mahogany floor standing display cabinet, moulded cornice above a glazed rectangular door, the projecting base with a pair of panelled doors, plinth base, 210cm high, 138cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300 2761 A set of four Victorian mahogany balloon back dining chairs, pierced central rails carved with scrolling acanthus, stuffed-over seats, cabriole legs, c.1850 £150 - £200

2762 A pair of 19th century Continental softwood heraldic side chairs, each back carved as a crowned double headed eagle, centred by a leather panel decorated in polychrome with arms, stuffed over seats, bold lion paw feet, c.1880 £100 - £200

2755

2755 An unusual George III mahogany library centre table, oversailing top above cockbeaded frieze drawer, conforming to verso, blind to sides, brass angular swan neck handles, square tapered legs, brass casters, 73cm high, 65cm wide, c.1820 £600 - £1,000 2756 An 18th century oak rectangular side table, oversailing planked top above a deep frieze,disc turned and blocked legs and stretchers, 67.5cm high, 80cm wide £200 - £300

2757 An early Victorian walnut wall hanging bookcase, moulded outswept cornice above a pair of rectangular doors, each with arched panel and brass grille, skirted base, 64cm high, 107cm wide, c.1840 £150 - £250 2758 An Arts and Crafts period penwork splay fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, stepped cornice above a rectangular panelled door, decorated with a song bird, flowers and butterflies, 66cm high, 51cm wide, early 20th century £100 - £150

2763

2763 A set of eight George III mahogany dining chairs, comprising six side chairs and a pair of carvers, arched backs with triple splats carved with stiff acanthus, drop-in seats, square tapered legs, H-stretchers, c.1820 £300 - £500

2759 A late 17th century oak blanket chest, hinged three panel top enclosing a till, the two panel front carved with stylised tulips and roundels, 67cm high, 120cm wide, c.1685 £200 - £300

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2764 An Edwardian mahogany inlaid fitted cabinet by Smart and Brown Ltd., House Furnisher, Nottingham £150 - £250

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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 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.

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.

Conditions of Sale Applicable to Buyers

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. 286


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.

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 20% excluding the VAT on the hammer price of each lot purchased, HOWEVER THIS PREMIUM WILL BE REDUCED TO 17.5% IF THE TOTAL INVOICE IF PAYMENT IS MADE WITHIN FIVE WORKING DAYS OF THE FINAL SALE DATE. 287


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 and Valuers 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

Payment Payment is due immediately after the sale in pounds sterling and may be made by the following methods: cash, bankers draft, personal cheques and debit card. VISA AND MASTERCARDS have a 2.5% surcharge. We do not accept American Express. Credit card payments are not accepted over the telephone.

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Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers • 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 Auctioneers & Valuers  

Tuesday 8th, Wednesday 9th, Thursday 10th and Friday 11th October 2013 at 10.30am The Derby Auction House, Chequers Road, Derby

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