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Tuesday 3rd, Wednesday 4th, Thursday 5th & Friday 6th March 2015 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 3rd,Wednesday 4th, Thursday 5th and Friday 6th March 2015 Commencing at 10.30am prompt each day

Part One of a Large and Extensive Collection of Doulton Stoneware; A Collection of Snuff Boxes and Bijouterie from a Deceased Leicestershire Estate; Rare and Usual Royal Worcester, Property of a Yorkshire Collector; Fine English Furniture, Works of Art and Decorations from a Deceased Derby Gentleman and Entered by Descendants; And Deceased Estates across Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire and other vendors

Over 2,000 Lots of Decorative Ceramics, English Pottery, English Porcelain, Derby and Related Factories, Glass, Continental Ceramics; Asian Art and Oriental Ceramics; Plated Ware, Silver, Watches, Jewellery, Watercolours, Collectors’ Items; Boxes & Objects, Metal Work, Taxidermy, Textiles, Bijouterie, Miniatures, Walking Sticks, Wine, Blue John, Bronzes, Musical Instruments, Scientific Instruments, Cameras, Tribal Art and Antiquities Barometers, Clocks and Furniture On View

Sunday 1st March Monday 2nd March Morning of sales

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

View our sale: www.bamfords-auctions.co.uk (all images on our site) and www.the-saleroom.com/bamfords Front cover illustration: 1858 Back cover illustration: A Selection of Doulton Catalogues £10 (£12 by post)

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Order of Sale

Day One – 3rd March 2015 at 10.30am Decorative Ceramics Moorcroft Doulton Pottery Porcelain Pinxton Chelsea/Chelsea Derby Derby Worcester Royal Worcester Continental Glass

1–9 10 – 18 19 – 84 85 – 129 130 – 185 190 – 197 200 – 208 209 – 260 265 – 299 300 – 370 374 – 416 417 – 451

Day Two – 4th March 2015 at 10.30am Silver Plate Flatware Silver Watches Jewellery

651 – 669 670 – 685 686 – 820 821 – 855 856 – 920

Day One – 3rd March 2015 at 2.00pm Oriental Ceramics Asian Arts

Day Two – 4th March 2015 at 1.30pm Watercolours Oils Prints Books Day Two – 4th March 2015 at 2.00pm Medals Militaria Weapons Autographs Cigarette and Postcards Stamps Railwayana Coins and Notes Sporting

Metalware Sticks Taxidermy Textiles Fans Lighting Derbyshire Stones Miniatures Bijouterie Snuff Boxes Wines and Whisky Natural History Tribal Art Antiquities Bronzes

1704 – 1715 1730 – 1759 1760 – 1764 1765 – 1782 1785 – 1810 1810 – 1819 1820 – 1829 1830 – 1849 1850 – 1899 1900 – 1965 1970 – 1986 1990 – 1994 1995 – 2019 2020 – 2029 2030 – 2070

Day Four – 6th March 2015 at 10.30am Scientific and Musical Instruments 2080 – 2117 Barometers and Clocks 2119 – 2159 Furniture 2160 – End of Sale

460 – 523 524 – 649

Information to Buyers

Payments 1. Bamfords charge 21% plus VAT Buyer’s Premium on the hammer of each lot (e.g. Hammer Price £100 + Buyer’s Premium £21 + VAT on the Premium £4.20 Total Invoice £125.20) 2. Payments made before the 13th March 2015 will be discounted to 19.5% 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

940 – 1080 1090 – 1210 1215 – 1239 1240 – 1275

1280 – 1298 1299 – 1330 1331 – 1355 1359 – 1367 1368 – 1390 1395 – 1407 1410 – 1422 1425 – 1474 1480 – 1488

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

Day Three – 5th March 2015 at 10.30am Tea Caddies 1500 – 1519 Boxes and Objects 1520 – 1703

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

Photographs by thestudio@bamfords Catalogue design & production by Jamm Design Ltd

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Day One

Tuesday 3rd March at 10.30am

Ceramics & Glass

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Decorative Ceramics

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1 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre Crocus pattern ovoid biscuit barrel and cover, geometric finial, brightly painted in tones of orange, blue, purple, green and yellow, wicker handle, 15cm high, shape no.335, impressed 23*, printed marks £80 - £120

6 A William Staite Murray stoneware vase, banded and incised, in tones of grey and brown, 26cm high, pentagon seal £200 - £300

2 A large Ruskin Kingfisher Blue cylindrical vase, 32cm high, impressed marks, date code for 1921 £200 - £300

3 A large two-handled Art Pottery vase, impasto decorated with kingfisher in flight and flowerheads, in colours on a tan ground, leafy scroll handles, 45.5cm high, c.1900 £100 - £150

4 A large Wemyss tyg, painted with cherries on a branch in tones of red, green and brown, 18.5cm high, apparently unmarked, late 19th century £60 - £100

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7 Louise Powell - a Wedgwood bowl, the interior with bird in flight, painted with song birds and foliage in cobalt blue and green, 23cm diam, impressed mark, monogrammed £300 - £400

5 A Troika double base lamp, decorated by Annette Walters, with stylised geometric motifs, on a textured ground, coloured in tones of cream, brown and green/grey, 36cm high, painted marks, c.1977 £200 - £300

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Moorcroft

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10 A contemporary Moorcroft Centenary Yacht pattern ‘Florian Ware’ compressed globular vase, typically tube lined and coloured in tones of dark and pale blue, flared elongated neck, 23.5cm high, impressed and painted marks, signed J Moorcroft and numbered 211 £120 - £180

11 A Moorcroft Macintyre two-handled spreading cylindrical vase, tubelined with swags of roses, flowers, leaves and bell husks, gilt borders, 20cm high, printed mark, painted signature, c.1900; a flared cylindrical box and cover, similar, 7.5cm diam (2) £150 - £250

12 A Moorcroft Macintyre Florian Ware Poppy pattern compressed globular vase, typically tubelined and coloured in mottled tones of blue and green on a white ground, 9cm high, shape no. 2663, printed mark, painted signature, c.1898 £200 - £300

13 A Moorcroft Macintyre Florian Ware Poppy pattern ovoid vase, typically tubelined and coloured in tones of dark and pale blue, bulbous elongated neck, 26cm high, brown printed mark, painted script signature, c.1898 £400 - £600

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15 A Moorcroft Liberty Tudric pewter mounted Liberty Big Poppy pattern cylindrical jar and cover, typically tubelined and coloured in tones of orange, purple and blue on a mottled green ground, planished mounts, 13cm high, design no. 01329, stamped marks £400 - £600

14 A Moorcroft Macintyre Florian Ware Solifleur pattern ovoid vase, typically tubelined and coloured in tones of dark and pale blue, elongated bulbous neck, 17.5cm high, Rd.no. 327733, printed mark, painted signature, c.1898 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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16 A Moorcroft Pansy pattern ovoid vase, typically tubelined and coloured in mottled tones of purple and green, 15cm high, impressed marks, painted signature £200 - £300

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19 A Royal Doulton figure, The Butterfly Girl, designed by Leslie Harradine, as an Ar t Deco dancer, rounded rectangular base, 16cm high, impressed numerals, printed and painted marks, c.1925, HN1456 (faults) £200 - £300

20 A Doulton and Slaters Burslem Aesthetic Movement jug, painted with honeysuckle and pink roses on an ivory ground, burnished gilt inner lip, the flared neck with flowers and foliage picked out in colourful enamels, applied with a naturalistically modelled gilt dragon handle, 27cm high, brown printed and impressed marks, c. 1895 £70 - £90

21 A Doulton Burslem ovoid vase, boldly painted with lilies and English country flowers on a burnished and cream ground, 26.5cm high, black printed and impressed marks, c. 1890 £80 - £120 22 A Doulton Burslem two-handled blush ivory vase, painted front and verso with pansies and English country flowers, burnished gold rim, the pink neck and foot painted in gilt with ornate floral swags, gilt handles, brown printed and impressed marks, 30.5cm high, c. 1892 £80 - £120

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17 A Moorcroft Pansy pattern two-handled slender baluster vase, typically tubelined and coloured in tones of purple, yellow and green, 25cm high, signed, dated 1913 £400 - £600 For more images please visit

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A selection of Doulton in the sale 23 A Doulton Burslem arched rectangular tea caddy, the cobalt blue ground painted in gilt with fanciful scrolls and blossom, 11.5cm high, brown printed marks, c. 1890 £50 - £80

26 A Doulton Burslem globular jug, the neck and lip picked out with daisy-type flowers, applied with a gilded ferocious dragon handle, the textured globular body painted with peonies and corn flowers, 30cm high, green printed and impressed marks, c. 1900 £100 - £150

24 A Doulton Burslem blush ivory ewer, burnished gold lip, the flared pink neck decorated with gilt blossom, the body moulded with chrysanthemums and painted in alternating tones of yellow and orange, applied with scrolling handle, 25.5cm high, brown printed mark, c. 1895 £60 - £100

27 A Doulton Burslem inverted baluster vase, burnished inner lip, the flared neck decorated in gilt with floral swags on a terracotta coloured ground, printed and decorated with lilies and daffodils, spreading foot, 46cm high, brown printed marks, c. 1900 £100 - £150

28 A Doulton Burslem Luscian Ware two-handled bottle vase, painted with stylized cabbage roses by P. Curnock, signed, the neck applied with gilt flowers on an ivory ground, sinuous gilded handles, 23.5cm high, green printed marks, c. 1910 £60 - £100

25 A Doulton Burslem compressed bottle vase, painted front and verso with daffodils, marguerites and other colourful country flowers by C. Har t, signed, pink inner rim, gilt grotesque handles, the shoulders burnished with gilt flowers, circular base, 20.5cm high, c. 1900 £60 - £100

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29 A Doulton Burslem named view two-handled ovoid vase, painted in sepia with a view of Windsor Castle from the River Thames by W. Browne, signed, the inner rim burnished in gold, the view between bands of cobalt blue decorated in gilt with fanciful foliage, 17.5cm high, green printed and impressed marks, c. 1901 £60 - £100

30 A Doulton Burslem named-view two-handled baluster vase, transfer printed and painted in alternating tones of blue with a view of Warwick Castle by J. Littler, signed, cobalt blue handles, gilt interior rim, flared neck and spreading circular base decorated with gilded flowers on a cobalt blue ground, 35cm high, brown printed and impressed marks, c. 1900 £70 - £100 31 A Doulton Burslem octagonal flared baluster vase, moulded, ornately pierced and gilded flared rim, the front and verso panels painted in bright enamels with country flowers, flanked by Moorish foliate motifs in gold, turquoise and red, the upper bands and flared base similarly decorated, gilded foot, brown printed mark, c. 1895 £80 - £120

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33 A Doulton Burslem pedestal ovoid vase, the marbled and burnished ivor y ground painted with chrysanthemums in alternating tones of turquoise and dark blue, highlighted throughout with gilt tubing, gilded lip, flared garnet neck, spreading garnet and gilded base, 40.5cm high, brown printed and impressed marks, c. 1895 £150 - £180

32 A Doulton Burslem ovoid vase, painted with chrysanthemums on a blush ivory ground, burnished gilt lip and rim, flared neck with applied beads and flowerheads, the painted body heightened with gilt tubing, spreading circular base, 30.5cm high, brown printed and impressed marks, c. 1895 £100 - £150

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34 A Doulton Burslem silver mounted ale jug, the barrel-shaped body moulded with Bacchic putti with branches of fruiting vine, flanked with bands of trailing swags, figural handle as a winged faun, cylindrical base, the silver lip marked for London 1894, impressed marks, 20.7cm, c. 1894 £70 - £100

38 A Doulton Lambeth Art Union of London twohandled ovoid pedestal vase and cover, by Eliza Simmance, moulded, applied and incised with blossoming branches, trellis and strapwork, stylised lotus to shoulder, angular acanthus scroll handles, glazed in mottled tones of blue, green, brown and buff, 31cm high, impressed mark, 7601, incised factory marks and monogram £100 - £150

39 A Doulton Lambeth baluster ale jug, ribbed central band flanked by a mottled blue ground applied with Etruscan key decoration, shaped handle, 23.5cm high, impressed marks, c. 1880; a Royal Doulton globular pitcher, mottled green and blue ground applied with sinuous swags and flowers above concentric banding, 19cm high, impressed marks, c. 1910 (2) £50 - £70 40 A Doulton Lambeth brown and buff salt glazed stoneware tyg, sprigged with Prince of Wales feathers, reeded handles, 16.5cm high, retailed by John Mortlock & Co, Oxford Street, London, impressed marks, c.1870 £60 - £100 41 A Doulton Lambeth Chine Ware slender ovoid vase, decorated with stylised flowers and foliage on a snake skin ground, the neck banded with ribbon and border by roundels, everted rim, 39cm high, impressed mark £60 - £100

42 A Doulton Lambeth ewer, incised with leafy foliage and beaded, banded with and applied with flowerheads, the neck with stiff leaves, scroll handle, 29cm high, impressed mark £50 - £80

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43 A Doulton Lambeth globular bottle vase, the textured body decorated in relief with jasmine, ground painted in graduating tones of sallow and mauve, painted in enamels with branches of hawthorn in bloom, mottled brown inner rim, 16cm high, impressed marks, signed and dated, c. 1939 £60 - £100

35 A scarce Doulton Lambeth Marqueterie tobacco jar and cover, the fluted body with slop in mottled tones of green and brown, top band applied with rose-type flowers, central continuous band of knots, 13cm high, impressed marks, c. 1895 £50 - £80 36 A Doulton Burslem slender ovoid vase, decorated with colourfully painted and sgraffito peonies and English flowers, the flared neck painted in gilt with flowers, 27.5cm high, green printed marks, c. 1895 £70 - £100

44 A Doulton Lambeth jardinière stand, of columnar form, dark blue ground applied with moulded leaves, swags and stylized chr ysanthemums, mottled brown spreading circular base, 30cm high, impressed marks, c 1880 £70 - £100

37 A Doulton Burslem two-handled bottle vase, burnished gilt inner rim, flared neck decorated with gold flowers, ornately pierced and moulded handles, the globular body painted with daffodils on a blush ivory vase, signed by the painter, graduating cylindrical base, 29.5cm high, brown printed mark, c. 1900 £70 - £100

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45 A Doulton Lambeth Natural Foliage jardinière, typically decorated with large leaves on a mottled green ground, 27cm diam, impressed mark £100 - £150

46 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware cauldron tyg, incised overall with spirals, the neck banded with flowerheads, three angular handles, in mottled blue, three spur feet, 22cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100

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47 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware ewer, geometrically incised and in relief with eight car touches inscribed Ratisbon, Cologne Coblentz within stylised leaves, the stepped neck with leaves flutes and roundels, 35cm high, impressed marks, dated 1881, Ex Harriman Judd Collection £100 - £150

48 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware ovoid vase, applied in relief with newt preying on a beetle amongst leaves, in mottled tones of brown and green on a cobalt blue ground, banded in tan, the base in relief with stiff leaves, everted rim applied with flowerheads, 17.5cm high, impressed marks, 9521 £100 - £150

49 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware ovoid vase, by Harriet E Hibbut, in the Aesthetic Movement taste, applied with panels of swans, a carp, stylised flowers and geese in flight, flared rim above a beaded girdle of strapwork, glazed in mottled tones of pale blue, green and brown, 28.5cm high, impressed mark, incised factory marks and monogram, dated 1884 £100 - £150

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50 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware ovoid vase, designed by John Broad, in relief with prunus blossom on a stippled olive ground, bordered with white flowerheads and beads, mottled brown ground, mystical beast head handles, terminating with bold foliage, blue neck, 29cm high, impressed mark, artist monogram £200 - £300

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51 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware ovoid vase, incised with floral roundels and foliage, in tones of blue and olive on a stippled brown ground, the shoulders in relief with roundels and scrolls, incised with stiff leaves, 29cm high, impressed mark, artist’s monogram £150 - £200

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52 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase, by Hannah Barlow, typically decorated in sgraffito with horses, flared rim, the shoulder and base moulded with flowers, leaves and strapwork, glazed in mottled tones of blue, green and brown, beaded borders, 31.5cm high, impressed mark, incised factory marks and monogram, c.1885 £200 - £300

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53 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase, by Hannah Barlow, typically decorated in sgrafitto with horses, flared rim, the shoulder and base moulded with flowers, leaves and strapwork, glazed in mottled tones of blue, green and brown, beaded borders, 31.5cm high, impressed mark, incised factory marks and monogram, c.1885 £200 - £300 54 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase, by Hannah Barlow, typically decorated in sgraffito with sheep, flared rim, the shoulder and base moulded with scrolling acanthus and bands of flowerheads, glazed in mottled tones of blue, green and brown, 40cm high, impressed mark, incised factor y marks and monogram, c.1885 £200 - £300

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55 A scarce Doulton Marqueterie ware fluted teapot and lid, the cover, spout, handle and base painted in marbled tones of blue and white, banded throughout in gilt, the main eggshell-coloured body applied with gilt marguerites, 12cm high, black printed marks, c.1890 £70 - £100

56 A large Burslem slender ovoid vase, boldly modelled with a ferocious dragon and decorated with stylised leaves and flowers, picked out in gilt on a blush ground, 57cm high, US patent, green printed mark, c.1890 £100 - £150

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57 A large Doulton Burslem floor standing waisted vase, printed in blue and white with irises and insects, the neck and base with gilt mons, animals and birds in the oriental taste, 62cm high, printed and impressed marks, c.1900 £150 - £200

62 A Royal Doulton baluster ovoid vase, the mottled blue ground applied with portrait medallions of a gentleman and lady in Restoration dress, between urnular trophies and garlands, circular base, 30cm high, impressed marks, c. 1905 £100 - £150

59 A large Royal Doulton stoneware slender ovoid vase, designed by Hannah Barlow, sgrafitto decorated with continuous frieze of horses and foals grazing, standing and resting, the border in relief with scrolls and flowerheads, on a mottled green and blue ground, 45cm high, impressed mark, incised factory marks and monogram £400 - £600

64 A Royal Doulton bottle vase, with grounds of green and blue, applied with blossoming flowers in lotus panels, spreading circular base, 40.6cm high, impressed marks, c. 1900 £70 - £100

58 A large Doulton Burslem two-handled ovoid vase, printed with colourful summer flowers, broad flared rim above a moulded band of scrolling acanthus, the shoulder and reticulated handles conforming, gilt with flowers and leafy stems on a pink and blush ground, circular base, 65cm high, impressed and printed marks, c.1900 £100 - £150

63 A Royal Doulton baluster vase, the mottled brown ground painted with hawthorn flowers around blue compar tments, flared rim, 23cm high, impressed marks, c.1910; a Royal Doulton vase, mottled cobalt blue ground with a band of white cabbage roses in a coopered bucket, 24.5cm high, impressed marks, c.1910 (2) £50 - £70

65 A Royal Doulton brown salt glazed stoneware ovoid jug, sprigged with por trait roundels and inscribed Take Fortune As You Find Her, And If She Frown Don’t You, A Smile Will Oft Recall Her, And Make Her Kind And True, within lotus borders, scroll handle, 23cm high, retailed by Jones, McDuffee & Stratton, Boston, impressed lion, crown and circle mark, c.1900 £60 - £100

60 A pair of Doulton Lambeth candlesticks, designed by Emily E Stormer, incised and in relief with stiff leaves and flowerheads, the square bases with griffin’s to angles, coloured in tones of blue and olive, 21cm high, impressed marks, monogrammed, 1883 £800 - £1200

61 A pair of Royal Doulton stoneware Art Nouveau double gourd flasks, each with four moulded panels of stylised flowers and scrolling sinuous leaves, scroll handles, glazed in mottled tones of blue, green and brown, 22cm high, impressed 7241, lion, crown and circle mark, c.1905 £60 - £100

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66 A Royal Doulton Commemorative beaker, for the coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, tube lined with flowerheads, and por trait medallions, 13cm high, impressed mark £40 - £60

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67 A Royal Doulton Coronation ovoid jug, in relief with por trait car touches of King George V and Queen Mary 1911, on a mottled green ground, deep cobalt blue neck and handle, 14.5cm high, impressed mark, 7558 £50 - £70

73 A Royal Doulton stoneware ogee bottle vase, applied in relief with stylised flowerheads and foliage, in mottled tones of green, long bulbous neck, 41cm high, impressed marks £60 - £100

68 A Royal Doulton cylindrical vase, well painted with a wooded grove in a summer sunset, signed, gilt banded lip, the shoulder applied with gilded flowers, green printed and impressed marks, c.1920 £60 - £100

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69 A Royal Doulton dog, designed by Frederick Daws, Bull Terrier, Bokos Brock, in dark brown and black, 15.5cm high, printed mark, HN1143, issued 1937 - 1960 £300 - £500

70 A Royal Doulton inverted baluster vase, the ground with alternating tones of mottled green, the shoulder of the vase applied with blossoming chrysanthemum-type flowers, 21cm high, impressed marks, c.1910; a Doulton Lambeth baluster vase, the tortoiseshell ground applied with heavy flora and foliage, the bottom band applied with stiff leaves, circular base, 15.5cm high, impressed marks, c.1880 £50 - £70

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74 A Royal Doulton stoneware ovoid vase, applied in relief with blossom and foliage, in white and green on a mottled a green and blue ground, 39cm high, impressed marks, 8279 £100 - £150 75 A Royal Doulton trophy tankard, for Ham & Petersham Rifle Club 1910, on a mottled blue ground, 13cm high, impressed mark £40 - £60

71 A Royal Doulton shaped circular cabinet plate, painted with trout in a river, signed, gilded rim, pink printed marks, retailed by Marshall Field and Company, Chicago, 22.5cm, c. 1920 £50 - £70

76 A Doulton Burslem slender ovoid blush ivory vase, painted with blossoming chrysanthemums in colours and highlighted with gilt tubing, moulded bottom band with painted thistles, carnations and butterflies on a black ground decorated with painted gold flowers, 21cm high, painter’s monogram to base, green printed mark, c.1900 £70 - £100

72 A Royal Doulton silver mounted inverted baluster vase, beaded top band on a mottled celadon ground applied with ar tichokes, the silver collar marked London 1903, 20.2cm high, impressed marks, c. 1903; another similar, smaller, c. 1903; a Royal Doulton tobacco jar and cover, celadon-type ground, leaf banding, concentric brown banding, applied with stylized flowers, 13.5cm high. impressed marks, c.1900; etc (4) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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89 A 19th century Staffordshire cylindrical Frog mug, the exterior in relief with roses and foliage, the interior with spotted frog, leafy handle, 9.5cm high, c.1870; a Spode cylindrical jar and cover, decorated in white relief with classical figures, the slightly domed cover with stiff leaves, button knop, 10cm diam, impressed mark (2) £60 - £100 90 A Castleford type felspathic stoneware serpentine teapot, lift-off cover, sprigged with classical figures and foliage, outlined in blue, 14cm high, c1810; another, painted with landscape, outlined in blue, the borders in relief with alternating harebells and foliage, 12cm high, c.1820 (2) £80 - £120

91 A Castleford type felspathic stoneware serpentine teapot, slid-off cover, sprigged with classical figures and foliage, 14cm high, impressed 22, c1810; a similar cream jug, 10cm high (2) £60 - £100

92 A Castleford type felspathic stoneware serpentine teapot, slide-off cover, sprigged with classical figures and foliage, outlined in blue, 14cm high, impressed 22, c1810; another, half fluted boat shaped, outlined in blue, 13cm high, c.1820 (2) £100 - £150

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77 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware waisted vase, by Hannah Barlow, decorated in sgraffito with sheep and lambs, above a broad band of lotus leaves, glazed in mottled tones of blue on a buff ground, 15.5cm high, impressed mark, incised factory marks and monogram £100 - £150

94 A Dutch Delft panelled bottle vase, long onion neck, ever ted rim, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised birds and foliage, 22cm high, c.1760 £60 - £100

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85 A 19th century circular plate, printed in underglaze blue with dragons, on a red ground, 25cm diam, c.1820; another, with flowers, c.1820; a Sunderland lustre jug, applied in relief with cherubs in a goat pulled chariot, 9.5cm high, c.1860 (3) £70 - £100 86 A 19th century English pottery campana shaped leech jar, decorated in blue and gilt with scrolling leaves and inscribed Leeches within a rectangular banner, scroll handles to sides, circular foot, 23cm high £60 - £100

87 A 19th century pearlware commemorative porter mug, transfer printed in underglaze blue with a titled portrait of the arsonst Johnathan Martin and a named view of York Minster, inscribed Johnathan Martin the Incendiary, Tried March 31st 1829 Before Mr Baron Hullock and Sentenced to Confinement During His Majesty’s Pleasure, York Minster on Fire Feb’’y 2nd 1829, Joseph Hirst Whitley, Ruth Hirst Whitley, Edwin Hirst Whitley, Elliot Hirst Whitley 1829, scroll handle, 12.5cm high, c.1829 £60 - £100

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95 A George Jones majolica game pie dish and cover, the sides embossed in relief with game trophies and swaged nets, the domed cover with recumbent fox and goose on a bed of ferns, rope twist border, mauve interior, 25cm wide, c.1880 £400 - £600

88 A 19th century pottery model of a recumbent sheep, sponged in tones of brown on a drab ground, 14cm wide, 19th century; a spaniel, similar, 17cm high (2) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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96 A George Jones Strawberry set, comprising navette shaped basket, cream jug, sugar bowl and ladles, each in relief with leaves and blossom in turquoise picked out in gilt, rope twist handles, 35cm wide, diamond registration mark, 1877 £60 - £100

104 A Pinder, Bourne & Co. of Burslem Aesthetic Movement compor t, the celadon ground painted with a crane, gilt dragonflies and reeds, spreading circular foot, 24.4cm diam, impressed marks, c.1880 £40 - £60

97 An early 19th century Wood figure group, Rural Pastimes, modelled as a lady and gentleman both seated on rock work, she holding an open book, before a flowering tree, in colours, titled square base, 18cm high, c.1810 £100 - £150

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105 A Spode Verona pattern dog bowl, printed in underglaze blue, 24cm wide, 8.5cm high, car touche and impressed marks, c.1860 £150 - £200

106 A Staffordshire figure, Falstaff, seated, wearing feathered hat, red jacket and green breeches, square base, 12.5cm high, c.1860 £60 - £80

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98 A late 18th/early 19th century pottery novelty tureen and cover, as a nesting pigeon, coloured in tones of brown, 18cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300

107 A Staffordshire green glazed cradle, the exterior in relief with basketwork, 9.5cm long, c.1860 £100 - £150 108 A Staffordshire pearlware comport, decorated with chantilly sprigs, blue line borders, 20cm wide, c.1800 £40 - £60

99 A Mason stoneware Falstaff jug, in relief with jolly figures and foliage, the neck with stag hunt, rustic handle, 23cm high, printed mark £80 - £120

109 A Staffordshire Sunderland Lustre ‘Temperance’ part tea service, printed and painted with Temperance crest, in puce, picked out in yellow and green Sunderland lustre fruiting vine border, c.1850 £100 - £150

100 A North of England pearlware ovoid jug, moulded in relief with huntsman and hounds, picked out in coloured enamels, inscribed J.B. & E.B, 1818, blue line borders, 19.5cm high, c.1820; a Staffordshire jug, well painted with colourful summer flowers and inscribed in gilt Thomas Tildesley, East Fields Jan 1st 1851; etc (4) £80 - £120

110 A William Brownfield art pottery circular charger, brightly painted with a lady of fashion and her parrot, 42.5cm diam, impressed mark, c.1900 £60 - £80

101 A pair of English Delft plates, boldly decorated in blue with stylized flowers and foliage, 21.5cm diam, c. 1760 £60 - £100

111 An 18th century creamware Botanical plate, painted with pomegranate blossom, basket weave border, outlined in turquoise, titled, 20.5cm diam, c.1800 £60 - £100

102 A pair of Lambeth Delft circular plates, decorated in blue with willow tree, fence and foliage, 23cm diam, c.1760 £80 - £120

112 An English creamware muffin dish and cover, probably Leeds, pierced and moulded with swags and Greek key, the field transfer printed in brown with a bearded man at a lyre, picked out in gilt within a polychrome floral chaplet, bud finial, 24.5cm, c.1900; a chestnut basket and three oval plates, conforming (5) £60 - £100

103 A pair of Wedgwood Jasperware cylindrical mantel spill vases, sprigged in white with Classical muses, impressed marks and number 8, 19cm high, 19th century; a pair of Grecian Revival encaustic pedestal vases, decorated on a terracotta ground with a procession of Bacchic revellers, 12cm high (4) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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Porcelain

113 An 18th century pearlware panelled teapot, the base in relief with stiff leaves, banded in cobalt blue, leafy finial, 19cm high, c.1780 £50 - £80

130 An English Porcelain teapot and cover, possibly Newhall, of small proportions, decorated in monochrome with landscape, slightly domed cover, knop finial, with vent, outlined in gilt, 11.5cm high, c.1800 £120 - £180

114 A 19th century Ralph Wood Pearlware figure, The Widow of Zarephath, seated holding sticks, jar of oil by her feet, in colours, square titled base, 28cm high, c.1840; a Staffordshire Pearlware figure, of Hope, she stands in flowing robes, rectangular base, 18cm high, c.1960; another, Justice (3) £80 - £120

131 An English Porcelain teacup and saucer, decorated overall with faux wood, gilt handle, pattern 980 £100 - £150

115 An 18th century pearlware oval plaque, in relief with theatrical figures, picked out in iron red and blue, beaded border, 13cm high, c.1790 £70 - £100

132 An English Porcelain rectangular plaque, The Old Farmhouse, 13.5xcm x 18cm, framed £50 - £80

133 An English Porcelain rectangular plaque, Cockerel and Chickens, 13.5xcm x 18cm, framed £60 - £100

116 An early 19th century Pratt Ware jug, in relief with leaves, and decorated in cobalt blue and ochre with sprigs and scrolling bands, 15cm high, c.1790 £70 - £100

134 An English Porcelain plaque, painted by F Marple, signed, with blossom and foliage, 14cm x 20cm, framed £70 - £100

117 A Studio Pottery bowl, possibly Japanese, decorated in mottled tones of blue, purple and green, 18.5cm diam £70 - £100

135 An English Porcelain plaque, painted by D J Seyner, signed, with leaping salmon, in relief, 31cm x 21cm, framed £100 - £150

120 A 19th century Brampton salt glazed stoneware baluster coffee pot and cover, leaf wrapped spout, acanthus scroll handle, in relief with huntsmen and hounds at the kill below foliate scroll band, 25cm high, c.1860 £50 - £80

136 An English Porcelain Henwick Studio oval plaque, painted by Leaman, signed, with apples, grapes and blossom, 18cm x 24.5cm, framed £60 - £100

121 A Derbyshire brown salt glazed stoneware flatback model, of a unicorn, stepped rectangular base, 38cm wide, 19th century £80 - £120

137 An English Porcelain garniture of spill vases, possibly Charles Bourne, pattern 184, of flared cylindrical form, painted with Dog Roses, gilt line borders, beaded bands, 13.5cm high, c.1820 £80 - £120

122 A Derbyshire brown saltglazed stoneware mug, 10cm high, c.1880; a Derbyshire brown saltglazed bulbous mug, 10cm high, late 19th century; others, various (4) £60 - £100

123 An early 18th century saltglazed stoneware oval dish, geometrically pierced and moulded in relief with scrolls, basket weave border, 23.5cm wide, c.1800; another, creamware, printed in red with fanciful birds, geometrically pierced border, 22cm diam, c.1800 (2) £60 - £100 124 An early 18th century saltglazed stoneware teapot and cover, vertically reeded girdle, with flower, leaf and bird motifs, slightly domed cover, ‘dragon’ finial, 15cm high, c.1800; an early 18th centur y two-handled sucrier and cover, naively painted in underglaze blue with pagoda and stylised trees, 12.5cm diam, c.1800 (2) £60 - £100

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138 A Vauxhall lobed sauce boat, decorated in underglaze blue with fisherman, the verso with chinaman holding a fan, the interior with flower sprig, wavy line border, 14cm wide, c.1755-60 £200 - £300

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147 144 A pair of English Porcelain circular plaques, Out in the Highlands and The Day’s bag, each painted with a boy and his hounds, 14cm diam, c.1860 £300 - £400

139 An early 19th century Spode pastille burner, decorated in relief with white and gilt prunus and chrysanthemum on a cobalt blue ground, conical cover, flame finial, square base, lion paw feet, 12cm high, c.1820; a Spode coffee cup, painted with Water Ouzel, within a gilt circular cartouche deep banded cobalt blue border, titled, c.1820 (2) £200 - £300

145 A pair of English Porcelain circular plaques, painted with jug and summer flowers on a marble ledge, 13cm diam, c.1860; another, with upturned basket of fruit, with colourful bird perched on a branch, 8cm square, framed (3) £400 - £500

140 A Spode pedestal elongated campana shaped vase, painted with flowers and foliage, within a gilt cartouche, on a cobalt blue ground, picked out in gilt, dolphin scroll handles, 12cm high, script mark, pattern 3900 £50 - £70

146 A pair of Coalbrookdale two-handled vases, painted with ruins and thatched cottages, encrusted overall with flowers and foliage, in pastel tones, leafy handles, shaped oval bases, 28cm high, c.1880; others, similar (6) £100 - £150

141 A Spode flared cylindrical spill vase, painted with a basket of flowers, the verso with flower spray, beaded borders, gilt line rims, 11.5cm high, c.1820; another, painted with roses, the ground in cobalt blue, red and gilt, 13.25cm high, pattern 161, c.1820 (2) £70 - £90

147 A pair of Longton Hall shaped circular leaf moulded plates, painted with colourful summer flowers, the leaves in green and puce, 24.5cm diam, c.1756 £500 - £700

142 A set of five early 20th century Minton plates, painted in the centre with landscapes, the rim with six oval cartouches of roses on a tooled gilt ground, pink ground, impressed marks £60 - £100

148 A Minton jardinière, in relief with por trait cartouches and central band with interlaced ovals, in gilt and iron red on a turquoise ground, ring loop and bar scroll handles, 26cm wide, impressed mark, shape no.1104, c.1870 £80 - £100

143 A pair of Staffordshire porcelain Monkey Band Orchestra members, after the models by J.J.Kaendler and P.Reinicke, singer and guitar player, each on a scrollwork base, picked out in gilt, 14.5cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300

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149 A Lowestoft Oriental Export style bowl, painted with large polychrome flowers, the interior with diaper and scroll border in pink, 15cm diam, c.1770 £50 - £70

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154 A Belleek cylindrical table jardinière, decorated in relief with a continuous frieze of putti and dolphins frolicking amongst rushes, tripod base moulded with scallop shells, 27cm high, impressed and black printed first period mark, c.1863 - 1890 (faults) £60 - £100 155 A late 19th century Staffordshire topographical dessert service, each painted with an Irish or Scottish scene, within gilt cartouche banded in turquoise, comprising fourteen shaped circular plates, three pedestal plates and central comport, titled in red, pattern 148, c.1860 £120 - £180

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150 A Lowestoft blue and white sauce boat, decorated with flowers and foliage, in relief with oval cartouche and bands, loop handle, 17cm long, c.1770 £150 - £250

156 A part Newhall tea service, comprising boat shaped teapot, milk jug, slop bowl and four Bute shape teacups and saucers, decorated with wavy ribbon and foliage, in tones of pink and green outlined in black, teapot 17cm high, c.1800 £100 - £150

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151 A Caughley toy tea bowl and saucer, decorated in underglaze blue with huts and boats, banded border, saucer 7cm diam, c.1800 £80 - £120

160 A Chaffers Liverpool sauceboat, well moulded with leafy scrolls, decorated in iron red and cobalt blue with fence, rock work and foliage, 18cm wide, c.1770 £200 - £300

152 A Caughley Fence and House pattern coffee cup, printed in underglaze blue, associated Fitzhugh borders, S mark, c.1780-90 £50 - £80

161 A Liverpool circular bowl, painted in underglaze blue with billboards, fence, and foliage, the interior with diaper banded border, 11cm diam, c.1770 £60 - £80

162 A Liverpool circular bowl, painted in underglaze blue with bird, fence and dotted chr ysanthemum, the interior with stylised flowerhead, diaper banded border, 19cm diam, c.1770 £120 - £180 163 A Liverpool circular bowl, painted in underglaze blue with fisherman, fence and willow tree, the interior with leafy sprig, diaper banded border, 19.5cm diam, c.1770 £300 - £400

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153 A Caughley creamboat, painted with polychrome flowers, gadrooned rim and foot, scroll handle, 11cm wide, c.1770 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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164 A Liverpool globular teapot and cover, printed in underglaze blue with flowers and scrolling foliage, domed cover, acorn knop, 18cm high, c.1770; a Newhall commode shape teapot and cover, pattern 241, decorated with scattered sprigs, dotted wavy line border, 16cm high, c.1800; a Liverpool pottery coffee pot, deep cobalt blue cell border, 20cm high, c.1790 Sutherland Collection label £100 - £150

172 A Bow Blanc de Chine pistol knife haft, moulded in relief with scrolls, steel blade inscribed Read, 23cm long, c.1760 £120 - £180 173 A Bow Blanc de Chine fork haft, moulded in relief with scrolls, steel three prongs, 23cm long, c.1760 £120 - £180

175 A Coalport two handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with landscape in gilt, within a turquoise and jewelled shaped rectangular car touche, the cobalt blue ground enamelled and jewelled with flowerheads and scrolls, gilt handles, 23cm high, printed mark, c.1900 £200 - £300 176 A Coalport two handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with landscapes to front and verso, tooled and jewelled gilt scrolls and tendrils, cobalt blue and white ground, gilt scroll handles, 23.5cm high, printed mark, c.1900 £200 - £300

177 A Coalport two handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with landscape, the verso with flowers with tooled and jewelled gilt cartouches on a cobalt blue ground, yellow neck and pedestal, flying gilt scroll handles, 23cm high, printed mark, c.1900 £100 - £150

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165 A Pennington's Liverpool creamboat, moulded with panels and bands, painted in polychrome enamels with stylised flowers and foliage, biting serpent handle, the interior with dot and loop border, 13cm wide, c.1770 £200 - £300

178 A Coalport two handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with Scottish landscape within tooled and jewelled gilt cartouches on a cobalt blue and yellow ground, flying gilt scroll and wreath handles, 33cm high, printed mark, early 20th century £120 - £180

166 A Pennington Liverpool bowl, painted with stylised large blue flowers, crow’s foot borders, 16cm diam, c.1770 £70 - £90

179 An early 20th century Coalport dessert service, comprising two comports, two shaped rectangular plates, two shaped square plates and twelve shaped circular plates, each printed and painted with floral sprays within C-scroll car touches divided by cobalt blue panels, gilt gadrooned rims, printed marks £300 - £500 182 A Rockingham cylindrical vase, painted with colourful flowers and foliage in a shaped cartouche, apple green ground, the everted neck applied with flowerheads, gilt beak and ring handles, 7cm high, c.1820 £100 - £150

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183 A Rockingham cylindrical vase, painted in with colourful flowers and foliage, the everted neck applied with flowerheads, gilt beak and ring handles, 7cm high, c.1820 £100 - £150

171 A Bow Blanc de Chine globular teapot and cover, in relief with blossoming prunus, scroll handle, 12cm wide, c.1753; a similar peach shaped sauce boat, rustic handle, 14cm wide, c.1760 (2) £400 - £500

185 An English Porcelain flared cylindrical spill vase, possibly Rockingham, painted with pink peonies and foliage, beaded borders, the interior with scrolling leafy gilt band, 13.5cm high, pattern 321 £120 - £180

170 A Bow Blanc de Chine sauce boat, in relief with blossoming prunus, three pad feet, scroll handle, 18cm wide, c.1753 £400 - £500

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184 A Rockingham miniature octagonal baluster jug, painted with scrolling floral band, gilt line borders, 5cm high, printed griffin mark in red £70 - £100

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Pinxton

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196 A Pinxton two-handled sucrier, painted in sepia with a rustic cottage by a river, gilt line border, 20cm wide, c.1800; a similar plate, 20cm diam, c.1800 (2) £100 - £150

190 A Pinxton Bute shaped coffee cup and saucer, painted in sepia with river and cottage in landscape, gilt line border, c.1800 £100 - £150

Chelsea/Chelsea Derby

191 A Pinxton Bute shaped teacup, coffee cup and saucer, painted in sepia with river and cottage in landscape, gilt line border, c.1800 £200 - £300

200 A Chelsea pistol hafted knife, in relief with flowers and foliate scrolls, steel blade, 19cm long, c.1760 £50 - £70 201 A Chelsea shaped circular plate, painted with floral sprays, the ground in relief with flowers and foliage, iron red rim, red anchor, 23cm diam, 1752-1756 £80 - £120

192 A Pinxton Bute shaped teacup, coffee cup and saucer, painted in sepia with river and cottage in landscape, gilt line border, c.1800 £200 - £300

202 A Chelsea shaped circular plate, the field painted with bird, the peacock feather and scroll border in green, blue and gilt, the rim in relief with scrolls, 21cm diam, gold anchor, 1756 - 1759; a similar large shaped oval dish, painted with colourful summer flowers and foliage, picked out in gilt, 34cm wide, red anchor, c.1755 (2) £250 - £350

193 A Pinxton ovoid cream jug, painted in sepia with cottage in landscape, gilt line border, 12cm high, c.1800 £100 - £150

194 A Pinxton slender boat shape teapot and cover, painted in sepia with cottage in landscape, gilt line and leafy border, gilt knop, 19cm high, c.1800 £300 - £500

203 A set of four Chelsea Derby shaped circular plates, the fields painted with floral sprigs, blue and gilt husk swag and turquoise banded borders, gilt line rims, 23.5cm diam, crown and D mark in blue, c.1770 £100 - £150

195 A Pinxton spoon tray/teapot stand, painted in sepia with a rustic cottage by a river, gilt line border, 19cm wide, c.1800 £70 - £100

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204 A Chelsea Derby chamberstick, tulip shaped sconce, painted with flowers within scroll moulded border, picked out in gilt, leaf shaped tray, leafy scroll handle, blue feathered borders, 16cm wide, c.1790 £300 - £400 205 A Chelsea Derby fluted coffee cup and saucer, decorated in colours with floral swags, gold D and anchor mark, c.1770 £80 - £120

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206 A Chelsea Derby ladle, painted with flowers and foliage, gilt dentil rim, 19.5cm long, c.1790 £150 - £200

207 A large Chelsea Derby two-handled pierced circular basket, the exterior applied with floral roundels, painted with floral sprig within cobalt blue and gilt square swag cartouche, the ground with colourful foliate swags, gilt dentil and cobalt blue border, 28cm diam, c.1770; a similar plate (2) £100 - £150

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209 A pair of Derby Patch Mark pedestal ovoid vases, in relief with gilt swags on apple green grounds, rams mask handles, spreading circular bases, square plinths, lofty quatrefoil pedestals, with bird and scroll suppor ts, picked out in gilt, associated E.P. domed covers, 27.5cm high, c.1770 £800 - £1200 For more images please visit

210 A Derby figure, of the Welch Tailor, astride a goat, wearing a tricorn hat and cobalt blue coat, with a pannier on his back with two kids, holding the tools of his trade, oval scroll base, 25cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, incised No.62 £200 - £300 21

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211 A Derby Botanical scalloped oval plate, pattern 141, painted by William Quaker Pegg, with Citus Formosus, gilt line and husk rim, 30cm wide, titled, crown, crossed batons and D mark in blue,c.1805 £70 - £90

Derby

212 A Derby composed tea service, decorated in the Imari palette, comprising boat shaped teapot on stand, twelve teacups and saucers, milk jug, sucrier and cover, slop bowl and two bread and butter plates, teapot 16cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £200 - £300

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216 A Derby Patch Mark cartouche shaped vase, painted with fanciful birds in colours, the ground in relief with leaves and and scrolls, picked out in pink and green, 19cm high, c.1770 £200 - £300

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213 A Derby large dolphin ewer, moulded in relief, painted with flowers and foliage, scroll handle, iron red line border, c.1790 £100 - £150

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214 A Derby lobed sauce boat, painted in polychrome with chinoiserie scene, with a Chinese figure seated by a table holding a parasol, 7cm high, c.1770 £200 - £300

217 A Derby Patch Mark figure group, of a monk seated with nun praying, shaped base, coloured in brown, black and green, 8cm high, c.1770 £300 - £400

215 A Derby model, recumbent stag, spotted in brown, green shaped oval base, 16cm high, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1790 £120 - £180 For more images please visit

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220 A Derby quatrefoil tureen and cover, painted in underglaze blue with two storey pagoda, trees and foliage, cell border, domed cover, leaf and fruit finial, 16.5cm wide, c.1770 £300 - £400 222 A pair of Derby Patch Mark models of a recumbent horned cows, before bocage, shaped oval bases, 7.5cm high, c.1770 £250 - £350

223 A pair of Derby shaped circular plates, pattern 136, painted by George Complin, with ripe fruit and foliage within gilt circular cartouche, the border with autumn leaves and foliate sprigs, 23cm diam, crown, crossed baton and D mark in puce, c.1790 See Twithcett, Derby Porcelain, p.130 £80 - £120

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224 A pair of Derby shaped circular Imari plates, painted with stylised leaves, picked out in gilt, fluted rim, 23cm diam, six Chinese character mark within concentric circle See John Twitchett, Derby Porcelain, p.222 £100 - £150

218 A Derby Patch Mark Rodney type ovoid jug, decorated with a scattered flowers, in colours, Admiral Rodney mask spout, 19cm high, c.1760 £300 - £400

225 A pair of Derby shaped circular plates, decorated in the Meissen manner with flowers, insects and sprigs, in colours, osier border, iron-red rim, 21cm diam £300 - £400

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219 A Derby Patch Mark sauce boat, painted in coloured enamels with summer flowers, in relief with flowerheads, brown line rim, scroll handles, 21cm wide, c.1765 £200 - £300

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226 A rectangular porcelain plaque, painted by James Rouse Senior, signed and inscribed Derby, with a vase of roses and colourful summer flowers, 16.5cm x 12cm, mid19th century, framed £200 - £300

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230 A pair of Sampson Hancock circular plates, painted by Edward Prince, signed, with continental lake scenes, gilt ribbon tied swag borders, 20.5cm wide, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red £100 - £150

235 A Sampson Hancock Derby miniature teapot and cover, in the white, encrusted with flowers and foliage, 6cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in blue, c.1890; a similar jug; a Sampson and Hancock Derby figural centrepiece, in the white, two four strand baskets with encrusted floral borders, centred by a seated figure, holding a basket of flowers, shaped base, 19cm high, S, H, crown and crossed swords in blue; a Sampson and Hancock Derby butter dish and cover, surmounted with two children, in 18th century dress,S, H, crown and crossed swords in blue (4) £60 - £100

231 A pair of Sampson Hancock Derby figural candlesticks, she seated with a basket of flowers, he with ripe fruit, both in colourful dress, shaped base with gilt scrolls, 17cm high, S and H, crossed batons and D mark in puce, c.1890 £200 - £300 232 A pair of Sampson Hancock Derby figures, in the white, of a girl praying, the other with a lyre, tasselled cushions, unmarked (2) £70 - £100

236 A Sampson Hancock Derby shaped oval plate, painted by Frederick Chivers, signed, with roses and berries on a mossy bank, gilt acanthus leaf and trellis border, gadrooned rim, 24cm wide, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce £60 - £100

237 A Sampson Hancock Derby table centrepiece, Boy in a Boat, scantily clad, with his feet in the air, encrusted with flowers, the boat in pink and blue, 27cm long, 13cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in blue, c.1890 Literature: Derby Porcelain International Society News Letter 1996 £100 - £150

238 A Sampson Hancock Derby two-handled pedestal cup and saucer, encrusted with swag of flowers and foliage, gilt borders, S H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in blue £50 - £70

239 A Sampson Hancock figure of the actor John Liston, in the role of the mischievous gossip, Paul Pry, in dandy attire, carrying his umbrella in his left hand, circular base, 14.5cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in puce, two parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock Paul Pry was the eponymous character of a busybody turned hero from John Poole`s comedy of 1826. He carried an umbrella which he deliberately left behind him in order to have an excuse to return and eavesdrop £60 - £100

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233 A pair of Sampson Hancock Derby figures, The Gardener and Companion, he leaning on his spade, she admiring a blossom in a jardinière on plinth, square bases with leaves and flowers, 19cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red, monogram for Larcombe and Paget Illustrated: Blackwood (R) and C Head, Old Crown Derby China Works The King Street Factory 1849-1935, 2003, p306 £200 - £300

240 A Sampson Hancock novelty candle snuffer, Sarah Gamp, she stands wearing a yellow bonnet, white shawl and striped dress, gilt lined circular base, 11cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in blue, incised Sarah £80 - £100

241 A Sampson Hancock parrot, brightly enamelled, perched on a mound, 11.25cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red, double parallel lines for Harry Sampson Hancock, 1915 - 1934 Illustrated: Blackwood (R) and C Head, Old Crown Derby China Works The King Street Factory 1849-1935, 2003, p275 £60 - £100

234 A Sampson Hancock Derby Head, of a man, with brown curly hair, side burns and rosy cheeks, possibly Sampson Hancock, 3cm high, S, H, crown, crossed swords and D mark in red, Cordwent Collection label £50 - £70

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247 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Arum Lily vase, 30.5cm high, printed marks, boxed £300 - £400

248 A Royal Crown Derby part dinner service, comprising two graduated meat plates, central serving bowl, four soup dishes, eight shaped circular oyster dishes, twentyfive dinner plates, nine dessert plates, eleven crescent shape dishes, each crested to centre, the cobalt blue borders banded in gilt and applied with white ‘seed pearls’ and leafy pendants, printed mark, retails mark for Phillips Lts, c.1900

The crest is that of Joel. These are pieces from the collection of one of the most opulent financiers and ‘super rich’ of the late 19th/early 20th century, Lt. Col. Solomon Barnato Joel JP of Maiden Erleigh, Berks., Moulton Paddocks, Newmarket, Suffolk and Great Stanhope St., W1 (1865-1931), who was granted arms and crest in the 1890s. He was the third son of Joel Joel (landlord of the King of Prussia, in the City) by the daughter of Isaac Isaacs, whose son Barnett Isaacs changed his name to Barney Barnato, and made a huge fortune in South African mining, taking the three Joel brothers under his wing and thus allowing them to flourish too, mainly in railways and brewing. By his first wife, Ellen, daughter of John Ridley, he also had three sons, all educated at Repton, of whom the youngest, Dudley Jack Barnato Joel was Conservative MP for Dudley (can’t be a co-incidence) but was killed in an air raid in the War in May 1941 aged 37. The eldest brother died in the last 30 years leaving three daughters £600 - £1000

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242 A Sampson Hancock shaped circular plate, painted by Harry Sampson Hancock, signed, Derby from the Meadow, the rim in gilt with anthemion, acanthus leaves and swags, gadrooned rim, 21.5cm diam, crown, S.H, crossed swords and D mark in puce, 1915 - 1934 £100 - £150 246 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Arum Lily vase, 30.5cm high, printed marks, boxed £300 - £400

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252, 251, 258, 253 & 255 250 A Royal Crown Derby ovoid vase and cover, decorated in the Imari palette with panels of chrysanthemums and stylised flowers, moulded and gilt with leafy scrolls and flowerheads on a blue and dark green ground, acanthus knop finial, scroll handles to shoulder, 28cm high, printed mark, date code for 1897 £100 - £150

252 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy saucepan and cover, 7.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1915 £50 - £70

253 A Royal Crown Derby 2649 pattern miniature/toy watering can, 7.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1907; a similar helmet shaped coal scuttle, 5.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1909; a 2451 pattern cauldron shaped coal scuttle, 6.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1932 (3) £80 - £120

251 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern miniature/toy two-handled cooking pot/fish kettle and cover, 6.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1937 £80 - £120

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254 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy bottle vase, 6cm high, printed mark, date code for 1907; another, date code for 1911; a similar ovoid vase, 3.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1915 (3) £70 - £100

259 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern miniature/toy two-handled loving cup, 3.75cm high, printed mark, date code for 1916; another, 2649, date code for 1903; a similar mug, date code for 1905; etc (4) £50 - £80

Worcester

255 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy teapot and cover, printed mark, date code for 1916; a similar 2451 pattern straight sided bowl and wash jug, 5.25cm diam, date code for 1939 £50 - £80 256 A set of three Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern miniature/toy side plates, printed mark, date codes for 1937; a similar 4591 pattern teacup and saucer, printed mark, date code for 1922; another, 1906; etc (6) £60 - £100

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265 A Worcester two-handled pierced oval basket, the centre painted with with exotic birds, standing and in flight, the blue ground with gilt foliate tendril car touche, the exterior with pink and yellow flowerheads, twisted handles, 28cm wide, W mark, c.1780 £600 - £800

266 A Worcester tea bowl and saucer, painted with alternate blue and gilt fans, the border with floral tendrils, gilt dentil rims, c.1770 Sir Jeremy Lever Collection label £200 - £300

267 A Worcester tea bowl and saucer, decorated with pink and purple stylised flowers and foliage, pink trellis and foliage border, c.1780; another, Caughley, decorated with pink flowerheads and gilt ribbon, c.1790 (2) £200 - £300

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257 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy hexagonal tea caddy and cover, printed mark, date code for 1917 £50 - £80

258 A Royal Crown Derby Imari miniature/toy panelled tapering cylindrical vase, everted gadrooned rim, 6.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1920 £50 - £80 For more images please visit

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275 A Worcester Fisherman and Billboard Island pattern sauce boat, loop handle, scroll thumb piece, painted in underglaze blue within lobed car touches with man fishing from a boat, on a strap moulded ground, the interior with a flower spray, 18cm long, workman’s mark, c.1760 £100 - £150 276 A Worcester Fence pattern tea bowl and saucer, each printed in underglaze blue with fence, peonies and birds in flight, tram line border, crescent marks, c.1775; a similar Three Flowers tea bowl, crescent mark, c.1770; a Worcester Three Flowers tea bowl and saucer, printed in underglaze blue, crescent mark; etc (4) £60 - £100

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268 A Worcester shaped circular Dragon in Compartments pattern muffin dish and cover, coloured in the Famille Verte palette with alternating panels of Chinese dragons and precious objects, gadrooned gilt rims, flower knop, 21.5cm diam, c.1770 £250 - £350 269 A Worcester Queen Charlotte pattern coffee cup, tea bowl and saucer, decorated with alternating whorls in cobalt blue, iron-red and pink, picked out in gilt, pseudo Chinese mark, c.1765 £120 - £180 270 A Worcester lobed circular bowl, decorated win the Sevres style with puce swags, below gilt C scrolls, pink border, 16cm diam, c.1780 £120 - £180

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271 A Worcester fluted tea bowl and saucer, decorated in the manner of James Giles, with stylised pink flowerheads and green foliage, the ground with gilt swags, C-scroll borders, c.1770 £400 - £500

277 A Worcester feather moulded coffee cup, moulded scroll handle, painted in blue with band of flowers and foliage, c.1755 £150 - £200

278 A Worcester European Landscape pattern fluted bowl, the interior transfer printed in underglaze blue, elaborate border, 11.5cm diam, c.1780 £220 - £280

272 A Worcester fluted circular Dragon in Compartments pattern bowl, coloured in the Famille Verte palette with alternating panels of Chinese dragons and precious objects, gadrooned gilt rims, flower knop, 15cm diam, c.1770 £100 - £150 273 A Worcester fluted baluster jug, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised flowerhead, scrolls and rockwork, scroll handles, 9.5cm high, crescent mark, c.1770 £150 - £200

274 A Worcester Floral pattern sauce boat, loop handle, scroll thumb piece, painted in underglaze blue within lobed cartouches, on a strap moulded ground, the interior with a flower spray, cell border, 17cm long, W script mark, c.1760 £60 - £100 279 For more images please visit

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279 A Worcester double lip Two Handled Landscape pattern sauce boat, decorated win underglaze blue with pagoda, trees and foliage, the exterior moulded in relief with leaves and foliage, 19cm wide, workman's mark, c.1770 £300 - £400 280 A Worcester dolphin ewer cream boat, moulded with shells and lobing, lamprey moulded handle, painted in coloured enamels with flowers and foliage, the interior with a feathered border, 12cm wide, c.1770 £200 - £300

281 A Worcester Cormorant pattern coffee cup, printed with fishermen, pagoda and rockwork, the interior with cell border, crescent mark, c.1770; a Worcester Mother and Child pattern coffee cup, printed in underglaze blue with mother seated before fanciful jardinière, her child looking upwards, blue line border, crescent mark, c.1775; a Worcester The European Landscape Group tea bowl and saucer, printed in underglaze blue, blue line border, crescent mark, c.1770 (3) £70 - £100

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285 A Worcester cabbage leaf moulded mask jug, printed in underglaze blue with the flowers, foliage and butterfly, C-scroll handle, 29cm high, hatched crescent mark, c.1770 £250 - £350

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282 A Worcester coffee cup and saucer, decorated with stylised flowers, shell and insects in a gilt cartouche, iron red and gilt crow's foot border, c.1770 £150 - £200

283 A Worcester coffee cup, painted in the Imari palette with stylised flowerheads and blossoming prunus, notched handle, pseudo Chinese mark within concentric circle, c1768-75 £50 - £80

284 A Worcester Candle Fence pattern bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with fence, willow and flowers, 16.5cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770 £100 - £150

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286 A Worcester cabbage leaf moulded Dutch jug, printed in underglaze blue with meandering flowers and foliage, leafy loop handle, 21cm high, crossed swords and 9 mark, c.1757 £150 - £250

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287 A Worcester bowl, painted with flowers and foliage, the interior with gilt and red formal border 15cm diam, c.1770; another, with pink flower sprigs, the interior with pink diaper border, 15.5cm diam, c.1770 (2) £100 - £150

296 A Chamberlain Worcester figure, of a lady standing, holding a book, edged in gilt, green circular base, 10.5cm high, impressed mark £60 - £100

297 A Chamberlain Worcester figure, of a Tyrolean gentleman, he stands wearing a feathered and floral hat, green jack brown trousers and boots, gilt lined circular base, 15.5cm high, script mark in red £80 - £120

288 A Worcester Two Porter Landscape pattern sauce boat, loop handle, scroll thumb piece, painted in underglaze blue within lobed car touches, on a moulded ground, the interior with a flower spray, 13.5cm long, crescent mark, c.1760 £200 - £300

298 A Chamberlain’s Worcester pot pourri garniture, each of flared cylindrical form, painted with three shaped gilt cartouches each with colourful flowers and foliage, cobalt blue grounds, the rim with alternating leaf and ball castellation, gilt paw feet, domed covers with leaf and bud finials, 17cm diam and 12cm diam, c.1840 £400 - £500

289 A Worcester Japan pattern teacup and saucer, with alternating panels of Kakiemon flowers and stylized chrysanthemum mons, pseudo Chinese mark, c.1765-70 £120 - £180

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292 A Barr Flight Barr Named View circular plate, painted with Bickleigh, Devon, pink ground, gilt line rim, 20cm diam, impressed and printed mark, 1807 - 1813 £100 - £150 293 A Barr Flight Barr Named View circular plate, painted with Bickleigh, Devon, pink ground, gilt line rim, 20cm diam, impressed and printed mark, 1807 - 1813 £100 - £150 294 A Barr Flight Barr Named View circular plate, painted with Remains of Roman Bridge at Ambleside, Westmorland, pink ground, gilt line rim, 20cm diam, impressed and printed mark, 1807 - 1813 £100 - £150

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300 A pair of Royal Worcester figural sweetmeat dishes, modelled by James Hadley, after Kate Greenaway, in the white picked out in gilt, with a young girl and boy leaning on a tree bough before oversize baskets, 17.5cm wide, impressed and printed marks, shape no. 776 and 775, c.1880 £400 - £500

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295 A Chamberlain Worcester Dragon in Compartments pattern egg cup, coloured in the Famille Ver te palette with alternating panels of Chinese dragons and precious objects, gadrooned gilt rim, 6cm high, c.1770 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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301 A pair of Royal Worcester plaques, painted by A Hawkins, signed, after Sir Joshua Reynolds, Mrs Carmac and A Cavalier, within tooled gilt and cobalt blue banded cartouches, 20cm x 15cm, ribbon tied gilt frames £300 - £500

303 A rare Royal Worcester novelty whistle, in the form of a dog's head, dark brown markings, 4.5cm long, printed crown and circle mark, early 20th century £70 - £100

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304 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by Harry Davis, signed, with fish swimming amongst fronds, tooled gilt border, 22.5cm diam, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1907 £300 - £400

302 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by Thomas Lockyer, signed, with peaches, raspberries and damsons, on a mossy bank, gilt gadrooned border, 17cm diam, printed crown and circle mark in gilt, date code for 1935 £60 - £100

305 A Royal Worcester associated cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Moseley and Price, with ripe peaches and damsons on a mossy bank, the exterior in gilt, puce printed mark, date code for 1921 and 1929 £60 - £100

306 A Royal Worcester associated cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Price and Hale, with ripe apples, blackberries and gooseberries on a mossy bank, the exterior in gilt, puce printed mark, date code for 1926 and 1921 £60 - £100

307 A Royal Worcester associated cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Ricketts, signed, with ripe peaches, damsons and gooseberries on a mossy bank, the exterior in gilt, puce printed mark, date code for 1913 and 1912 £60 - £100 308 A Royal Worcester associated cabinet cup and saucer, painted with ripe peaches and blackberries on a mossy bank, the exterior in gilt, puce printed mark £60 - £100

309 A Royal Worcester blush ivory figure, modelled by James Hadley after Kate Greenaway, as a young sleeping boy on a chair, picked out in gilt, 9.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, model no.888 £60 - £100

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317, 316, 307, 308, 306 & 305 310 A rare Royal Worcester novelty whistle, in the form of a dog's head, brown markings, 4.5cm long, printed crown and circle mark, early 20th century £70 - £100

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312 A Royal Worcester blush ivory figure, of Bakshian, the Old Potter, aged 104, he stands holding his wares by a table, picked out in gilt, 18.5cm high, printed and impressed crown and circle mark, in puce, model no.1186 £200 - £300

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311 A Royal Worcester blush ivory figure, Indian craftsman Karan Singh, the trinket maker, seated with the tools of his trade, 13cm high, printed and impressed crown and circle mark, in puce, model no.1204 £200 - £300

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313 A Royal Worcester blush ivory shell dish, printed and painted with colourful spring flowers, picked out in colours and gilt, three shell feet,23.5cm wide, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1913, shape no.G971 £60 - £100 32

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322 A Royal Worcester cherub, reclining, scantily draped, wearing a floral chaplet and holding a garland, 8cm high, impressed mark, c.1870 £50 - £70

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314 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Jas Stinton, signed, with pheasants, the interior in gilt, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1922 £100 - £150

315 A rare Royal Worcester 'Netsuke' model, Double Mouse, with two mice, picked out in pink, 6cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, model no.2636 £100 - £150

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323 A Royal Worcester circular plaque, painted by Harry Stinton, signed, with Highland cattle 10.5cm diam, framed £300 - £400

316 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Ricketts, signed with ripe pears and grapes on a mossy bank, the exterior in gilt, puce printed mark, date codes for 1913 and 1916 £100 - £150

324 A Royal Worcester circular plate, painted by J Cook, signed with apples and grapes on a mossy ground, gilt line rim, 27cm diam, printed crown and circle mark in black £250 - £350

317 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Walter Harold Austin, signed with ripe plums and raspberries on a mossy bank, the exterior in gilt, puce printed mark and date code for 1923 £100 - £150

318 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup, painted by Jas Stinton, signed, with pheasants, the interior in gilt, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1926; a similar side plate, 11.5cm diam, printed crown and circle mark in blue (2) £100 - £150

319 A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, as a lady’s feathered hat with pink ribbon tied ribbon, 7cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, G178; another, plain (2) £60 - £100 320 A rare Royal Worcester model, Tor toise, in blush ivory, 11cm long, printed crown and circle mark in green, date code for 1918, model no.2604 £100 - £150

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321 A Royal Worcester candle snuffer, Confidence, modelled as a singing Jenny Lind, the Swedish Nightingale, with a nightingale`s head, green dress, 11cm. high, printed crown and circle marks in puce, and date code for 1917 £120 - £180 For more images please visit

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331 A Royal Worcester figural menu holder, of the statesman Har tington, he stands wearing a top hat and overcoat, canted base, 15cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, model no.512 £70 - £100

326 A Royal Worcester circular plate, painted by James Stinton, signed, with Highland cattle in a Scottish valley, 23cm diam, crown and circle mark, date code for 1912 £80 - £120

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327 A Royal Worcester coffee cup, saucer and side plate, painted by Ayrton and Hale, signed, with apples and blackberries on a mossy ground, crown and circle mark, date code for 1925 £150 - £200

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332 A Royal Worcester figural taperstick, as a young boy holding a drum on his foot, oval bases, the handle as a horn, coloured in emerald and yellow, 13cm wide, impressed mark, c.1870 £220 - £280

328 A Royal Worcester coffee jug and cover, bold mask spout, the handle, neck, base and cover in relief with ‘ivory’ basketwork, 27cm high, crown and circle mark, date code for 1875 £200 - £300 329 A Royal Worcester figural menu holder, of the statesman Gladstone, he stands wearing a top hat and overcoat, canted base, 15cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, model no.512 £70 - £100

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330 A rare Royal Worcester group, Foals, modelled by Doris Lindner, as two foals, one bay, one palomino, green rectangular base, 14.5cm high, script mark, Foals modelled by Doris Lindner, printed crown and circle mark in green, model no.3152 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

333 A Royal Worcester figure, of a Russian man, standing, wearing a hat and a fur edged coat, chamfered rectangular base, 16.5cm high, impressed and crown and circle mark, in puce, shape 914, c. 1900 £150 - £200 34

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340 A Royal Worcester glazed and unglazed Parian figure, modelled by James Hadley, of a bare footed girl kicking a beach ball, oval base, 31cm high, impressed mark £200 - £300

334 A Royal Worcester figure, Hurdy Gurdy Player, he stands wearing a broad brimmed hat, open neck shirt, jacket and breeches, decorated with scattered flowers, picked out in gilt, 21cm high, impressed mark, date code for 1918 £120 - £180

341 A Royal Worcester Hadley Ware bottle vase, painted with large red and pink cabbage roses, the neck in relief with flutes and scrolls, 21.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1907 £120 - £180

335 A rare Royal Worcester candle snuffer, Town Girl, she stands wearing a pink mob cap, holding an open fan, yellow and pink dress, 13cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, date code for 1884 £200 - £300

342 A Royal Worcester lobed ovoid pot pourri vase and cover, in the manner of Hadley, painted with pink and red cabbage roses, in relief with gilt tendrils, domed pierced cover, spire finial, 12.5cm high, printed mark in green, date code for 1909, shape no.H175 £120 - £180

336 A Royal Worcester figure, Playtime Series, Sheriff, modelled by Neal French, 12cm high, printed crown and circle mark in black, c.1963 £50 - £70 337 A Royal Worcester flared cylindrical trumpet vase, painted by M Blake, signed, with large cabbage roses and foliage, the pedestal in relief with stiff tendrils and flutes, paw feet, 24cm high, crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1910 £60 - £100

343 A Royal Worcester lobed ovoid pot pourri vase, inner cover and cover, printed and painted with wild flowers, pierced domed cover, 16cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1894, shape no.1314 £220 - £280

338 A Royal Worcester flat back ovoid jug, decorated with flowers, picked out in gilt on a blush ground, 15.5cm high, crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1890, shape no. 1094; another, smaller, painted with Hadley style roses, 11.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1922 (2) £100 - £150

344 A Royal Worcester lobed ovoid vase, decorated by Ernest Barker, signed, with colourful summer flowers,on a mossy ground, the neck pierced and in relief with tendrils, 8.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1936, shape no H306 £200 - £300

345 A rare Royal Worcester candle snuffer, Hush, modelled with a girl with her index finger held to her mouth, wearing a yellow and pink dress, a green ribbon in her hair, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for shape 2844, c.1928 £200 - £300

339 A Royal Worcester flat sided jug, printed and painted in the manner of Hadley with yellow and pink cabbage roses, gilt reeded loop handle, 14cm high, printed mark, date code for 1907, shape no. 1094 £100 - £150

346 A Royal Worcester minute blush ivory flat sided jug, painted with tit on a branch, 4cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1908; another, painted with a bullfinch, 4cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1908; similar thimbles, various (6) £60 - £100 347 A Royal Worcester model, Blackcock, picked out in tones of brown, 7.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, model no.2622 £100 - £150

348 A Royal Worcester model, Quail, picked out in tones of brown, 5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, model no.2623 £100 - £150

349 A Royal Worcester model, of a penguin, by Doris Lindner, 12cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, model number 3094 £60 - £100 350 A Royal Worcester ‘Netsuke’ model, Ram, picked out in tones of brown, 3.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in black, model no.2613 £50 - £70

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351 A Royal Worcester oval dish, painted by G Cole, signed, with ripe peaches and berries, green border, gilt rim, 26.5cm wide, printed mark, date code for 1910 £100 - £150

355 A Royal Worcester figure, Ye Watchman, from the London Cries series, modelled by James Hadley, standing holding a staff and bell, picked out in gilt, 20cm high, impressed crown and circle mark, signed Hadley, model no.998 £100 - £150

352 A Royal Worcester ovoid vase, decorated with large red and yellow roses, gilt line borders, 8.5cm high ,printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1910 £60 - £100

356 A Royal Worcester pedestal cabinet cup and saucer, painted by W Powell, signed, with Blue Tit, the interior in gilt, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1919 £150 - £200

353 A Royal Worcester pedestal cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Harry Stinton, signed, with Highland cattle, the interior in gilt, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1920 £150 - £200

357 A Royal Worcester pot pourri vase, inner cover and cover, printed and painted with colourful summer flowers, above relief moulded spirally flutes, on a blush ivory ground, spirally pierced slightly domed cover, 17.5cm high, crown and circle mark, date code for 1895, shape no. 1720 £200 - £300

354 A Royal Worcester pedestal cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Harry Stinton, signed, with Highland cattle, the interior in gilt, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1920 £150 - £200

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358 A Royal Worcester rectangular plaque, painted by Jas Stinton, signed, with mallards in flight, 8.5cm x 13cm, framed £400 - £600 355 For more images please visit

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367 A Royal Worcester two-handled vase, of Islamic inspiration, printed and painted with pink peonies, yellow flowers and foliage, picked out in gilt on a blush ivor y ground, loop handles, the neck in relief with stiff leaves flower terminals, spreading circular base, 31cm high, printed crown and circle, shape no.1109, c.1880 £150 - £200

368 A Royal Worcester two-handled vase, of Middle Eastern inspiration, printed and painted with ferns, in green picked out in gilt on a blush ivory ground, angular handles, the neck in relief with raised panels and scrolls, 31.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1888 £120 - £180

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359 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by Alber t Shuck, signed, with ripe apples and blueberries, within fancy gilt car touche, the border with six shaped cartouches in pink applied in gilt with leafy scrolls jewelled in gilt, on a cobalt blue ground, 22cm diam, printed mark in puce, date code for 1924 £200 - £300

369 A silver mounted Royal Worcester menu holder, painted by Jas Stinton, signed, with snipe in flight, 5.5cm high, crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1913, S & M, Birmingham 1913 £60 - £100

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360 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by E Townsend, signed with highland cattle in a mountainous landscape, 27cm diam, printed crown and circle mark in black £200 - £300

374 A 19th century Continental porcelain shaped rectangular snuff box, the hinged cover with a lozengeshaped reserve painted in the Kakiemon palette, marbled blue ground, 3.1cm high, 6.3cm wide £40 - £60

361 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by E Townsend, signed with highland cattle in a mountainous landscape, 27cm diam, printed crown and circle mark in black £200 - £300

362 A Royal Worcester shaped circular plate, painted by H Ricketts, signed, with ripe plums and blueberries, the border with ten shaped cartouches each with rose sprig, on a cobalt blue ground, 22cm diam, printed mark in puce, date code for 1912 £200 - £300

363 A Royal Worcester spirally fluted bottle vase, printed and painted with colourful flowers, studded gilt bands to neck, 16cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1907, shape no. 1452 £100 - £150

364 A Royal Worcester trinket pot and cover, painted by W Powell, with a garden bird perched on a blossoming branch, gilt line rim, 6.5cm diam, printed crown and circle mark; others, various (5) £60 - £100

365 A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted with thistles and daisies in green, picked out in white on a lime green ground, gilt line borders, 27cm high, printed crown and circle mark in green, date code for 1903 £150 - £200

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375 A 19th century Sevres ogee jug, painted with three white seed pearl and gilt portraits cartouches of Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette and Mme Elizabeth, on a cobalt blue ground, ‘jewelled’ with flowerheads and scrolls, stiff leaf border, scroll handle, 24cm high, interlaced L’s £400 - £500

366 A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, printed and painted with yellow daisies the shoulders and base in azure, fluted light green neck, picked out in gilt, 30.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1900, shape no.1932 £60 - £80 For more images please visit

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376 A Chantilly globular teapot, painted with flowers and foliage, domed associated cover, 16cm high, c.1780; a pair of Chantilly spirally fluted custard cups, painted with colourful floral garlands, c.1770; etc (4) £150 - £250

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377 A Continental Derby type figure of a street seller, holding tray of his wares, wearing a black tricorn hat, pink tailed coat and breeches, before bocage, scroll base, 17.5cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120

382 A Derby type figure group, the figures in Eastern dress before a tree, holding a pot and a cup to the blossom, in colours, picked out in gilt, 20.5cm high, gold anchor, c.1880 £80 - £120 383 A French cylindrical teapot, painted with monochrome landscape on a yellow ground, gilt strapwork and panelled border, gilt spout and handle, ball finial, 15.5cm high, c.1820; a French Jabberwocky pattern fluted globular teapot, in the manner of Worcester, 14cm high, late 19th century (2) £100 - £150

378 A Continental figure of Urania, the muse of astronomy, holding a pair of dividers over a globe, wearing long flowing robes, the base with mapping instruments, 20cm high, c.1880 £50 - £70

384 A J.Roth boudoir chamberstick, encrusted with roses and foliage, entwined rustic loop handle, 10cm diam, J.R. monogram £50 - £70

379 A Continental majolica urn, in relief with classical dancing ladies, fluted base, canted square platform, in tones of yellow, purple, ochre and green, 33cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

385 A KPM style porcelain dish, painted with a portrait of a juvenile in traditional dress, 13.5cm diam, framed £60 - £100

380 A Copenhagen tea service, for six, decorated with floral spray and sprigs, gilt line border, comprising teacups, saucers, large jug, two shaped oval plates and shaped rectangular dish, 24cm wide, printed mark, pattern 9069 £120 - £180

386 A large Royal Dux figure group, of a cour ting couple, each in Grecian dress, she holding a rose to her sweethear t’s nose, oval base, 52cm high, impressed numerals, printed mark, early 20th century £100 - £150

387 A late 19th century Meissen type figure group, Drunken Silenus, after Meyer, the donkey with open mouth, being offered a bunch of grapes by a a scantily clad lady, who is on the ground before him, a naked drunken man on it’s back being supported by a scantily draped figure, both wearing vine chaplets, a putti tugging at his tail, shaped base, picked out with gilt C-scrolls, 20cm high, cross swords mark £100 - £150

381 A Copenhagen breakfast service, painted with peonies and other flowers on a spirally fluted and osier ground, comprising ten breakfast cups, saucers and side plates, printed marks, pattern 1551 £120 - £180

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388 A late 19th/early 20th century Vienna shaped oval trinket dish, painted with riders on horses, cobalt blue ground, picked out in gilt, 15.5cm wide, shield mark, c.1900 £50 - £150

389 A late 19th/early 20th century Vienna two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted by C Heer, signed, with Diana, the verso with Love, on a gilt and cobalt blue ground, gilt flying handles, square plinth, 23cm high, shield mark, titled, c.1900 £60 - £100

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394 A pair of 18th century Meissen leaf shape dishes, painted with roses and floral sprigs, spirally moulded ground, osier border, rustic loop handles, 25cm long, crossed swords, c.1760 £300 - £400

390 A Meissen figure of the Gardener’s Child, modelled as a girl, holding a hat and a basket of flowers, moulded rococo base, 12cm high, crossed swords in underglaze blue £60 - £100

395 A pair of Continental porcelain ovoid vases and covers, decorated within oval reserves with figures in 18th centur y dress and Italinate landscapes, on a ground moulded with ribbon-tied swags, picked out in gilt, acanthus moulded socles, square bases, Augustus Rex marks, 34cm high, c.1900 £200 - £300

396 A pair of Dresden pedestal vases and covers, painted with figures in landscapes, rams’ horn handles, ribbon tied leafy swags and tendrils borders conforming, pierced covers, ribbon tied wreath finials, 26cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150

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391 A Meissen figure, Allegorical of Autumn, modelled with a scantily draped cherub holding a scythe and bundle of corn, 14cm high, crossed sword in underglaze blue, incised numerals, c.1880 £80 - £120 392 A Meissen Marcolini pot pourri vase and cover, decorated with summer flowers within a gilt cartouche on four bold scroll legs, wrythen fluted slightly domed cover, border in blue, gilt dentil rim, 10cm diam, c.1800 £180 - £220

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397 A pair of late 19th/early 20th century Vienna twohandled pedestal ovoid vases, painted by C Viegl, signed, with Sleeping Venus and Bachantinere, on cobalt blue grounds, gilt angular handles, square plinth, 17cm high, shield marks, titled, c.1900 £100 - £150

393 A Meissen miniature cup, cover and stand, painted with landscape within a gilt ribbon cartouche on a cobalt blue ground, domed leafy finial, crossed swords in underglaze blue £120 - £180

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401 A Paris porcelain cylindrical teapot and cover, painted with colourful summer sprays, gilt line borders, flat cover, gilt bud knop, 15cm high, c.1810 £150 - £200

402 A set of three Copenhagen shaped circular plates, painted with floral spray, pierced border with swags and tendrils, gilt line rim, 22.5cm diam, late 19th century £100 - £150

403 A set of three Paris porcelain coffee cans and saucers, painted en-grisaille, figure in a rustic landscape, scattered gilt leaves, gilt line rims, c.1800; a German Wallendorf ribbed tea bowl and saucers, inscribed Y V Sudmann G Suelmans within a puce ribbon tied cartouche and colourful flowers, c.1775; another (5) £180 - £220 404 A Sevres coffee can and saucers, painted with colourful flowers, gilt dentil borders, interlaced L’s date code for 1774, painters mark for Mme Gerard Nee Vautrin £200 - £300

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405 A Sevres coffee cup and saucer, decorated overall with blue and gilt scattered sprigs, interlaced L’s; a similar teacup, gilt dentil border (2) £250 - £350

398 A pair of Vienna two-handled urnular vases, square plinth, decorated with Bachantin and Montor II with classical figures within a gilt cartouche, cobalt blue ground applied in gilt with scrolling acanthus leaves, 19.5cm high, shield mark £200 - £400

399 A Paris bowl, cover and stand, in the manner of Sevres, decorated with stylised roses and foliage, on a bleu celeste ground applied with gilt roundels, divided gilt handles, the stand 23cm diam, interlaced L’s, c.1890 £100 - £150

400 A Paris miniature coffee cup, banded in yellow and painted with baskets of roses above gilt foliage, gilt line rim, late 19th century; a pair of Paris custard cups and covers, decorated with Chantilly sprigs, ball finials, angular handles, 9cm high, c.1890 (3) £100 - £150

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406 A Sevres ovoid teapot and cover, painted with floral sprays, gilt dentil rim, flat cover, flower finial, 11.5cm high, interlaced L’s, date code for 1769, painters mark for Barrat £200 - £300 407 A Sevres shaped circular plate, painted with four colourful flower sprays, the border with six moulded floral cartouches, gilt dentil rim, 24.5cm diam, c.1770, unmarked £80 - £120

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408 A Sevres shaped circular plate, painted with four colourful flower sprays, the border with six moulded floral cartouches, gilt dentil rim, 24.5cm diam, c.1770, unmarked £80 - £120

409 A Sevres shaped circular plate, painted with four colourful flower sprays, the border with six moulded floral car touches, gilt dentil rim, 24.5cm diam, interlaced L’s, c.1770 £80 - £120

410 A Sevres shaped circular plate, painted with central floral spray, the sides with four fur ther sprays, the rim in relief with six feathered C-scrolls in blue, 24cm diam, interlaced L’s and M Y painter’s mark, c.1770 £80 - £120

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411 A Sevres shaped circular plate, painted with central floral spray, the sides with four fur ther sprays, the rim in relief with six feathered C-scrolls in blue, 24cm diam, interlaced L’s and M Y painter’s mark, c.1770 £80 - £120

418 A pair of 18th century ale glasses, the funnel shaped bowls engraved with hops, swag border, plain stems, spreading circular folded foot, 11.5cm high, c.1780 £60 - £100

412 A Vienna figure, of a lady, seated by a table with basket of flowers, incurved rectangular base, 14cm high, shield mark £60 - £100 413 A Vienna shaped circular plate, painted in underglaze blue with flower sprig, the border ribbon tied, 34cm diam, shield mark £50 - £70

414 An early 17th century Sicilian maiolica inverted baluster vase, painted with a saint praying within oval car touche, the verso with symbols of precious objects, initialed S.P.C.B., 32.5cm high, c.1690 £200 - £300 415 An early 20th century Continental plaque, painted by A Nellilo-W***,signed, with a Neapolitan fish seller, with Vesuvius in the background, 40cm x 20cm, green velvet frame £60 - £100

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419 A Hanoverian Liberty wine glass, probably Dutch, Jacob Sang type, engraved with bird perched on an open bird cage and swags, inscribed Aurea Liber tas, knopped stem, spreading circular foot, 13cm high, c.1760 £200 - £300

416 A 19th century Continental porcelain shaped rectangular table snuff box, the hinged cover painted with a gallant and his beau, gilt trellis bands with floral trophies, the side panels similarly painted, pseudo-Meissen marks, 5cm high, 8.5cm wide £100 - £150

420 A 19th century Venetian bowl and stand, of shaped form, with white latticino and yellow twisted canes divided by red and green bands, the stand 18cm diam, c.1860 £60 - £90

Glass

417 An 18th century tall wine glass, funnel shaped bowl, drawn stem, with tear drop, spreading circular base, folded foot, c.1740 18cm high, c.1740; a pair of basal fluted trumpet shaped wine glasses, knopped stem, 13cm high, c.1780; an 18th century glasses, funnel shaped bowl, plain stem, spreading circular folded foot, 11cm high, c.1760 (4) £60 - £100

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421 A set of six German wine glasses, the bucket shaped bowls in gilt with clover within wreath, with swags, enamelled flowers to angles, spreading circular bases, 14cm high £60 - £90 422 A set of six tapering cylindrical beakers, enamelled either in blue, green and puce, picked out in gilt, 10cm high, late 19th century £50 - £80

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423 A Victorian painted smokey glass fluted baluster vase, decorated in raised enamels with daisies, leaves and grasses, ‘jewelled’ borders, spreading circular foot, 32cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

432 A late 19th century amethyst glass scent bottle, lift stopper, 15cm high, c.1890 £50 - £70

433 A pair of opaque glass solifleurs, engraved and gilded with vertical bands, flowers, foliage and stars, 12.5cm high, c.1890 £50 - £70

424 A Venetian glass ewer, in the Roman manner, the neck applied with spirals, 20cm high £40 - £60

434 A late 19th ale glass, the rounded funnel shaped bowl cut with swags and tendrils, facet stem, spreading circular base, 16.5cm high, c.1780; a dram glass, facet stem, 10.5cm high, c.1780 (2) £60 - £80

425 An early 20th century drinking suite, comprising ovoid decanter, tall fluted neck, eleven wine glasses and six liqueur glass, each banded with interlaced ovals, monogrammed, decanter 30cm high, c.1910 £70 - £100

435 A pair of Cologne bottles and stoppers, diamond cut, triple rings to neck, square star cut bases, 16cm high £50 - £70

426 A set of six Webb hobnail and strawberry cut clear glass bowls, 11.5cm diam £50 - £80

427 A set of eight green wine glasses, faceted funnel bowls, hollow waisted stems, circular bases, 13.5cm high, 20th century £50 - £80

436 An Art Nouveau flared cylindrical green iridescent glass vase, everted wavy rim, 12cm high, c.1900; a similar flower bowl, pierced plated cover, 12cm diam, c.1900; etc (3) £80 - £120

428 A set of six 20th century rummers, ovoid bowls with strawberry cut bands, knopped stems, circular bases, 10cm high £60 - £100

437 A large clear glass hobnail cut pedestal ovoid water jug, ribbed loop handle, 31cm high, c.1900; a clear glass mallet shaped decanter, mushroom stopper, 25cm high; another, smaller (3) £70 - £100

429 A 19th century ‘Bristol Blue’ glass, printed in gilt with Wurmbruan, 10cm high; a blue overlaid ovoid barrel and cover, ball finial, 20cm high (2) £60 - £80

438 A 20th century spreading cylindrical water jug, engraved with stylised daisy heads and fish scales, central plated girdle and loop handle, 21.5cm high £50 - £70

430 A Victorian cranberry glass bell, clear glass handle, 32cm high, c.1880; a cranberry and E.P.N.S. mounted double flower centrepiece, with two cornucopia holders, clear glass leafy rims, the oval base engraved with stiff leaves, 16cm high, c.1870 (2) £80 - £120

439 A mid 18th century wine glass, bucket shape bowl, double series opaque twist stem, spreading circular foot, 15.5cm high, c.1760 £100 - £150

431 A 19th century ruby dram glass, funnel shaped bowl, clear glass square lemon squeezer base, 11cm high, c.1800 £50 - £80 For more images please visit

440 A mid 18th century dram glass, the bucket shaped bowl engraved with fruiting vine and ho-ho bird, plain stem firing foot, 9.5cm high, c.1750 £50 - £70 42

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441 A set of six clear wine glasses, bucket shaped bowls, engraved with ribbon tied leafy swags, inver ted baluster tear drop stems, spreading circular bases, 11.5cm high, c.1910 £50 - £70

446 A comprehensive glass drinking suite, comprising eight sundae stands, two bowls, five spreading cylindrical water jugs, two claret decanters, claret jug, eight glass rinsers, eleven large wine, nine small wine, eleven sherry, eight por t, ten large water beakers, six small beakers, ten flared liqueur glasses, two wine tasters, twenty six various dishes, each gilded with fruiting vine, crested, c.1920

442 An 18th century cordial glass, the bucket shaped bowl cut with oval swags, facet stem, spreading circular base, 13.5cm high, c.1780; another, later (2) £120 - £180

The crest is that of Joel. These are pieces from the collection of one of the most opulent financiers and ‘super rich’ of the late 19th/early 20th century, Lt. Col. Solomon Barnato Joel JP of Maiden Erleigh, Berks., Moulton Paddocks, Newmarket, Suffolk and Great Stanhope St., W1 (1865-1931), who was granted arms and crest in the 1890s. He was the third son of Joel Joel (landlord of the King of Prussia, in the City) by the daughter of Isaac Isaacs, whose son Barnett Isaacs changed his name to Barney Barnato, and made a huge for tune in South African mining, taking the three Joel brothers under his wing and thus allowing them to flourish too, mainly in railways and brewing. By his first wife, Ellen, daughter of John Ridley, he also had three sons, all educated at Repton, of whom the youngest, Dudley Jack Barnato Joel was Conservative MP for Dudley (can’t be a co-incidence) but was killed in an air raid in the War in May 1941 aged 37. The eldest brother died in the last 30 years leaving three daughters £300 - £500

443 An 18th century cordial glass, rounded funnel shaped bowl, plain stem, spreading circular base, 15.5cm high, c.1790; a cordial glass, thistle shaped bowl, opaque cotton twist stem, 15.5cm high (2) £120 - £180

444 An 18th century cordial glass rounded bucket shaped bowl, plain stem, folded circular foot, 13cm high, c.1770; another (2) £80 - £120 445 An Austro-Hungarian green glass drinking suite, comprising two claret jugs, six champagne coupes, six beakers, six large wine, six small wine and five liqueur, each with enamelled crest, claret jugs 29cm high, early 20th century The arms of King Peter I of Serbia (1903-1921), but the main shield is Montenegro, as his wife was Zorka (!!) daughter of King Nicholas I of Montenegro; the Serbian (Obrenovic) arms are superimposed £200 - £300

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447, 448 & 449 447 Masonic - a set of six 19th century rummers, the bucket shaped bowl engraved with Masonic symbol and initials, J B, knopped stem, spreading circular bases, 13.5cm high £60 - £100

449 Masonic - a pair of 19th century mallet shaped decanters, triple ring necks, target stoppers, engraved with Masonic symbol and initials, J B, 24cm high, c.1800; two waisted cylindrical firing glasses; etc (5) £60 - £100

448 Masonic - a set of six 19th century wine glasses, the conical bowls engraved with Masonic symbol and initials, J B, knopped stem, spreading circular bases, folded foot, 12cm high, c.1800 £60 - £100

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450 A 19th century glass ‘decoupage’ table cloche, applied and reverse painted with Chinoiserie figures, fanciful birds and flowers, 23cm high £50 - £70

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Day One

Tuesday 3rd March at 2.00pm

Oriental Ceramics & Asian Art

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Oriental Ceramics

460 A 19th century Chinese ovoid vase and cover, decorated in the Famille Rose palette, with peonies and foliage, 25cm high, mid 19th century £50 - £70

461 An 18th century Chinese Famille Rose circular plate, decorated with bird and peonies, 23cm diam, Qianlong; others, all in the Famille Rose palette, all Qianlong (4) £50 - £70 462 20th century Chinese School Still Life, Flowers signed in characters and red seal, watercolour on paper, 128cm x 35cm £60 - £100

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463 A 19th century Chinese baluster vase, decorated with figures, fence and rockwork, 18cm high, Kangxi marks but later £70 - £100

471 A Chinese blue and white bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with a ferocious dragon chasing the flaming pearl of wisdom, 11cm diam, late Yuan Dynasty £200 - £300

464 A 19th century monochrome bottle vase, yellow glaze, 22.5cm high £60 - £100

472 A Chinese carved ivory tusk section, as Shou Lao riding cockerel, he sits astride the bird in flowing robes holding a peach, the base pierced and carved as a rocky outcrop, 15.8cm high £150 - £200

465 A Cantonese circular footed dish, painted in the Famille Rose palette with figures of the court, butterflies and fanciful birds, within shaped reserves on a ground of flowers and dense scrolling foliage, 20cm diam, 19th century £60 - £80

466 A Cantonese circular saucer dish, painted in the Famille Rose palette with figures of the court, butterflies and fanciful birds, within shaped reserves on a ground of flowers and dense scrolling foliage, 21cm diam, 19th centur y; another, similar (2) £60 - £80

467 A Cantonese Famille Rose tea service, for six, decorated with figures in a shaped cartouche, the ground with scrolls, butterflies and flowerheads, c.1880 £100 - £150

468 A Cantonese shaped trefoil tray, painted in the Famille Rose palette with figures of the court, butterflies and fanciful birds, within shaped reserves on a ground of flowers and dense scrolling foliage, 26.5cm diam, 19th century £70 - £100

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473 A Chinese celadon porcelain petal shaped shallow dish, the field incised with flowers, 17cm diam, 18th/19th century, hardwood stand £60 - £100

469 A Cantonese slender ovoid vase, painted in the Famille Rose palette with figures, fanciful birds and flowers, 26cm high, 19th century £70 - £100

474 A Chinese Famille Rose turquoise ground bowl, moulded and painted with butterflies, insects, flowers and tendrils, 16cm diam, Guangxu period, hardwood stand £60 - £100

470 A Chinese baluster vase, painted in underglaze blue with ladies at a table laden with precious objects, a young boy at their side, double ring Kangxi mark, 20.5cm high, hardwood cover and stand £200 - £300

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475 A Chinese Famille Verte roundel, enamelled in colours with phoenix, hardwood stand, 14cm high £40 - £60

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476 A Chinese Famille Verte slender baluster vase and cover, well painted with figures and attendants with gilt fret cartouche, the ground with butterflies, precious objects and foliage, domed cover with lion finial, 28cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

484 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar, painted in underglaze blue with vases of flowers and precious objects, within shaped reser ves on a ground of prunus blossom and cracked ice, 23cm high, double circle mark, hardwood cover, 18th/19th century £120 - £180

485 A Chinese porcelain table screen, the rectangular panel painted with script and in polychrome with elder fishing with young attendant, the frame carved and pierced, sledge base, 68cm high, 46.5cm wide £100 - £150 486 A Chinese square wine or teapot and outer warmer, each side painted in the Famille Rose palette with figures and inscribed with verse, metal handles and fittings, gilt line borders, 18th/early 19th century £300 - £400 487 A Chinese yen yen vase, painted in underglaze blue with warriors on horseback, flared rim, 26cm high, double circle mark; a Chinese ovoid ginger jar, painted in underglaze blue with an official and attendants, 12cm high, double circle mark; another vase and cover (3) £80 - £120

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477 A Chinese flared bowl, decorated in alternating tones of underglaze blue with figures in a stylized landscape of blossoming mountain sides, a deer and a fence, the ground unusually picked out in manganese, 24cm diam, double concentric circles, early 19th century £200 - £300

488 A pair of Chinese terracotta models of musicians, modelled in the Tang manner, 17.4cm high, on square padouk wood stands £70 - £100

478 A Chinese ivory figural carving of a wise farmer, he stands in the traditional tunic with a basket resting on his arm, and holding a bamboo staff in his left hand from which is suspended a gourd, his beard and pulled back hair picked out in black ink, 22cm high, on a hardwood type stand, c. 1900 £200 - £300 479 A Chinese mallet shaped vase, painted in underglaze blue with figures on a bridge beside pagodas in a mountainous landscape, 31cm high, four character Kangxi mark £150 - £250 480 A Chinese moon flask, painted in underglaze blue with a house, boats and mountain, ruyi to shoulder, 15.5cm high, four character Kangxi mark £100 - £150

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481 A Chinese oval plate, painted with flowering prunus and song bird on a celadon green ground, 36.5cm wide, late 19th century £100 - £150

489 A set of four Chinese Famille Rose plates, decorated in polychrome with peacocks and pheasants on lofty rocks surrounded by chr ysanthemums and other flowers, bands of colourful flowers and an orange trellis, 26cm diam, Qianlong Period £1200 - £1500

482 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar and cover, painted in underglaze blue with a ferocious dragon chasing the flaming pearl, 21cm high, double circle mark £120 - £180

490 A set of six 18th century Chinese octagonal plates, painted in underglaze blue with peonies, rocks and prunus trees, the borders with flowers and precious objects within shaped reserves on a trellis ground, 22cm diam, Quinlong, c.1780 £60 - £100

483 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar, decorated in blue and white with prunus on a cracked ice ground, four character Kangxi mark, 13.5cm high, 19th century, pierced and carved hardwood cover and stand £100 - £150

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495 A large Cantonese ovoid water ewer, painted in the Famille Rose palette with figures and attendants, a fanciful bird, butterflies and flowers, bamboo moulded scroll handle, 35cm high, 19th century £80 - £120

506 An 18th century Chinese double lip sauce boat, elaborate border of trellis and foliage, the interior with two spotted deer and pagoda, 22cm wide, Qianlong Period £100 - £150

507 An 18th century Chinese Imari wash bowl and jug, decorated with stylised flowerhead and scrolls, the bowl 26cm diam, c.1770 £100 - £150

508 An 19th century Chinese bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with emperor and figures in a court, 15cm diam £60 - £100

509 An early 19th century Chinese Celadon vase, in a sage green glaze, incised with stylised flowers and foliage, 32cm high, c.1800 £100 - £150

510 An early 20th century Japanese celadon glazed vase, decorated with blossoming branches and foliage, 36cm high, Meiji period £150 - £200 511 A Chinese porcelain seal, decorated in underglaze blue with warriors and verse, characters to matrix, 7.5cm high £70 - £100

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513 Chinese School (19th century) A set of six, Figures of the Chinese Court watercolour on pith, 10.9cm x 7cm, framed as one £70 - £100

496 A large Chinese moon flask, decorated with scrolling lotus and foliage, dragon handles, 40cm high, 19th century £200 - £300

514 A Japanese 17th century barber’s bowl, painted in the Imari palette, pierced with suspension holes, 27.5cm diam (faults); a Japanese Imari dish, painted with chr ysanthemums and a censor, 32cm diam, Edo Period; another, similar, 32cm diam (3) £60 - £100

498 A large pair of Chinese Imari floor vases, decorated with dragons, chrysanthemums and other foliage, the flared necks with phoenix in flight within shaped reserves, 88cm high, 19th century £2000 - £3000

515 A Japanese Imari bowl, decorated with hut and figures on an island, the sides with lappets, 23.5cm diam, Meiji period £50 - £80

499 A pair of Chinese baluster vases, decorated with precious objects within a shaped rectangular cartouche, the ground with blossom, domed covers, Dog of Fo finials, 34cm high, Kangxi marks but later £150 - £200

516 A Japanese Kutani spirally fluted cabinet cup and saucer, decorated with spiralling bands of hand painted colourful butterflies, chrysanthemums, blossom and oriental motifs, stylized bamboo handle, signed Watannuki, Meiji Period Provenance: Purchased by the vendor from the estate of Wesley Stone £60 - £100

500 A pair of Chinese bottle vases, printed with scrolling dragons, 19.5cm high £60 - £100

501 A pair of Chinese temple jars and covers. decorated in underglaze blue with pagoda, figures, willow trees and foliage, scrolling foliage borders, domed covers, Dog of Fo finials, 39cm high, Kangxi marks but later £60 - £100

517 A Japanese satsuma fluted circular dish, painted with elders and a scholar reading from a scroll, ring a ferocious dragon, 19.5cm diam, gilt signature, Meiji period £80 - £120

505 An 18th century Chinese blue and white globular teapot and cover, decorated with peonies, fence and rock work, domed cover, bud finial, 6.5cm high, c.1770; another, decorated in polychrome with oriental figures in a garden by a pagoda, silver spout, 7cm high, c.1770; a Chinese Famille Rose teapot, 12.5cm high, c.1770 (3) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

518 A Japanese satsuma globular pot pourri vase and cover, decorated overall with figures in shaped reserves, in gilt, iron red and tones of brown, mask handle, stile feet, 11.5cm diam, signed, Meiji period £60 - £100 48

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519 A Japanese satsuma oval brooch, decorated with cranes in flights, geometrical chevron border, 5.5cm diam, Meiji period; a similar double roundel pin brooch; an eight section bracelet (3) £60 - £100

527 A Chinese bamboo bitong brush pot, car ved in relief with scholars reading from a scroll, beneath blossoming prunus trees, 19cm high, late 19th/early 20th century £100 - £150

520 A Japanese satsuma shaped circular buckle, painted with elders, fret border, 5.5cm diam, Meiji period £50 - £80

521 A Japanese Satsuma shaped circular bowl, painted with scholars, Samurai and geisha, 15cm diam, signed, Meiji period £70 - £100

522 A large Japanese satsuma ovoid vase, painted with a meeting of scholars, within broad borders of leafy bamboo and geometric motifs, picked out in gilt, 32cm high, signed, Meiji period £60 - £100

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528 A Chinese bamboo carving, of a bearded scholar, seated, 10.5cm high, 19th century, hardwood stand £250 - £350

529 A Chinese boxwood carving, of the rotund Budai, seated, smiling, pierced and carved hardwood stand, 14cm high, late 19th/early 20th century £60 - £100 530 A Chinese bronze censer and cover, temple lion finial, mask handles to sides, cast in relief with ferocious dragons, tall tripod suppor ts, circular base with shaped apron, 25cm high, c.1900 £80 - £120

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523 A Japanese satsuma circular charger, decorated with fan and other shaped reserves with figures, pagodas, huts, flowers and foliage, in colours and gilt, 45.5cm diam, Meiji period £100 - £150

531 A Chinese bronze incense burner and cover, cast throughout in relief with bamboo, 15cm high, six character mark, 19th century £70 - £100

Asian Arts

532 A Chinese carved boxwood figural lamp, of an elder, brass light fitting, 35.5 high £70 - £100

524 A Chinese rock crystal carving, of a bird, a prunus branch held in its beak, 9.5cm high £100 - £150

533 A Chinese carved ivory tusk section, as a sage, he stands in flowing long robes, holding a posy and a bamboo walking-stick, his age connoting wisdom, 30.7cm high, c. 1900 £250 - £350

525 Indian School, 19th centur y, Por trait of a Gentleman, full length and in traditional dress, painted on mica schist, 11.5cm x 8cm, ebonised frame £60 - £100

534 A Chinese cinnabar lacquer rectangular box and cover, decorated in relief with scholars seated amongst rocks and prunus, the sides with flowerheads and scrolls, on a trellis ground, re-entrant angles, 15cm wide, 19th century £100 - £150

526 A Cantonese sandalwood rectangular visiting card case, carved in relief with panels of flowers and borders of figures and pagodas amongst blossoming prunus, 11.5cm long, c.1900 £70 - £90 For more images please visit

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535 A Chinese dreamstone rectangular table screen, the hardwood frame and stand carved and pierced with scrolls, 32cm high, 31cm wide, early 20th century £300 - £400

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536 A Chinese hardwood carving, of a fisherman, he stands upon the rocky shore, a spear in one hand, the day’s catch in the other, 38cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

542 A Chinese ivory tusk section, carved in relief with priests in ceremonial robes holding censors, crooks and bottles on a stylized rocky outcrop, fir tree cresting, 18cm high overall, signed to base, c. 1890 £150 - £250

537 A Chinese hardwood carving, of a monk, he stands, a long string of prayer beads around his neck, 21cm high, late 19th/early 20th century £70 - £100

543 A Chinese padouk wood circular table top vase stand, the border, legs and stretchers car ved with faux bamboo, 26cm high, c.1900 £70 - £100

538 A Chinese hardwood carving, of a monk, he stands, wearing a broad hat, carrying his prayer beads and whisk, 34cm high, c.1900; another, of an elder, inlaid with silver wire, 30cm high (2) £70 - £100

544 A Chinese padouk wood table cabinet, swing carr ying handle above a pair of doors enclosing three drawers, applied overall with brass cut-card work and characters, bracket feet, 19cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100

539 A Chinese hardwood carving, of an elder, carrying a box and a fly whisk, 15.5cm high, late 19th/early 20th century £70 - £90

545 A Chinese rectangular silk panel, worked in coloured threads with figures at work in a garden, amongst pagodas and trees, 33cm x 50cm, 18th/19th century £80 - £120

540 A Chinese hardwood carving, of Shou Lou, he stands, with rugged staff and peaches, 21cm high, early 20th century £70 - £100

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541 A Chinese hardwood figural group of Buddha and a lizard, the recumbent figure carved with curling hair, a collar of leaves, draped in robes and holding a string of medallions and peaches, a bold lizard rests on his thigh, on a pierced rootwood base, 23cm high, 40cm wide, c. 1900 £600 - £700

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546 A Chinese rock crystal brush washer and cover, carved in the archaic taste with masks and scrolls, loose ring handles, 8.5cm diam £1000 - £1500

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547 A Chinese rootwood carving, of a bearded immor tal holding a willow branch, 20cm long; another, carved as a bird, 18th/early 19th century (2) £70 - £100

556 A Japanese hardwood figure, of an elder, with staff, 17cm high, Meiji period £50 - £80

548 A Chinese silvered and enamelled rectangular box, embossed with figures engaged with tea pickers at work, coloured in tones of dark blue, turquoise and manganese, bun feet, 11.5cm wide, early 20th century £60 - £80

557 A Japanese hardwood netsuke, carved as a dragon holding a pearl, signed, 5.5cm wide £70 - £90

558 A Japanese hiramiki chest, the lift off cover decorated with two gilt circular reserves picked out with flowers, swing handle, brass banded edges cast with scrolling foliage, the side panels similarly decorated, 36.5cm high, 62.5cm wide, late Edo/Meiji Period £300 - £500

549 A Chinese soapstone carving, of a dragon chasing the flaming pearl, a phoenix swooping down from the clouds, holding a lotus flower, 14cm high, 19th centur y, hardwood stand £60 - £100

559 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as a grotesque noh mask, painted features, 4.5cm long, signed, Meiji period £60 - £100

550 A Chinese soapstone oval plaque, car ved with peonies and bird, 14.5cm high, oak mount £50 - £80

551 A Chinese/Tibetan bronze bell, cast with flowers, scrolling leaves and trellis, pierced and carved hardwood stand, 46cm high, early 20th century £70 - £100

560 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as an Okina mask, demonstrative of wisdom, 4.5cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100

552 A fine Japanese ivory model of a crocodile, naturalistically carved with open mouth presenting two rows of teeth, the torso and tail carved in relief with scales, the fore and hind legs with sharp claws, applied mother of pearl eyes, 33.3cm long, Meiji Period £800 - £1000

561 A Japanese lacquer rounded rectangular visiting card case, decorated in hiramaki-e with fans, in turn decorated with birds, prunus and carp, push-fitting cover, 11cm long, Meiji period £70 - £90 562 A Japanese lacquer rounded rectangular visiting card case, decorated in tones of silver with a crane beside a prunus tree, to verso with script, push-fitting cover, 12cm long, early 20th century £50 - £70

553 A graduated set of three Chinese bamboo carvings, of sampans, 27.5cm to 22cm long, early 20th century £70 - £100

554 A Japanese bronze Ikebana stand and base, of dished form, the ropework stand applied with crabs and anchor, 24.5cm diam, Meiji period £80 - £120

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555 A Japanese dark patinated bronze koro, lofty pagoda cover, with suspended bells, the two-handled base cast in relief with scrolling dragons, three mask feet, 39cm high, Meiji period £200 - £300

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565 A large 19th century Chinese hardwood carving, of an elder, he stands, wearing prayer beads, with one foot raised against his staff, 57cm high £60 - £100

566 A large 19th century Chinese/Tibetan libation ewer, arched handle crested by a fierce lion mask cover, embossed overall with ferocious dragons, tall spreading foot, 51cm high £100 - £150 567 A large Chinese bamboo bitong brush pot, carved in relief with a ferocious beast, 30.5cm high, c.1900 £70 - £90

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563 A Japanese lacquered noh mask of Tengu, carved with an open mouth and gilded teeth, gilded eyes with a pierced viewing aperture, comical long nose, 25.6cm high, Edo Period £200 - £300

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568 A large Chinese bronze censer, cover and stand, ivory knop finial, cast in shallow relief with bands of angular scrolls, mask handles with loose rings to sides, 26cm high, 19th century £300 - £500

569 A large Chinese silk panel, embroidered with parade going up a hill, within foliage and scrolls, 90cm x 85cm, framed £300 - £400

570 A large Tibetan silver coloured metal merchant’s seal, the amber coloured cresting in relief with figures, the base chased with phoenix and other mythical beasts, amongst scrolling leaves, cabochon mounts, 24cm high £200 - £300

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571 A late 19th century/early 20th century Chinese carved marble horse, in the Tang style, the horse stands four square on a rectangular plinth, neck arched gracefully toward the ground, 32cm x 44cm £150 - £250

564 A Japanese Nambam iron cross, cast with a figure of Buddha in the lotus position, pierced with quatrefoil reserves at the points of the cross, 25cm high, 19th century or earlier £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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575 A pair of Chinese circular textile panels, each embroidered in colours and gold thread with the Willow pattern, 19cm diam, gilt frames £60 - £100

576 A pair of Chinese cloisonné enamel and hardstone table decorations, as bonsai trees, each with a pair of birds amongst the branches, 10.5cm wide, early 20th century £100 - £150

577 A pair of Chinese cloisonné enamel panelled ovoid vases, decorated with flowers and leaves in tones of purple, pink, yellow, orange and green, 31cm high, 20th century £80 - £120

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578 A pair of Japanese cast iron nunchaku, the chain links attached to fluted ferrules, plain grips, 60.4cm, Edo Period £60 - £100

572 A pair of Chinese bronze and cloisonné enamel censers and covers, each modelled in the Archaic taste as a phoenix, 16cm high, 19th/early 20th century £200 - £300

579 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel panelled vases, enamelled with cranes and flowering foliage, 18.5cm high, Meiji period £80 - £120

580 A pair of Japanese shibayama and lacquered rectangular panels, applied with a mother of pearl and ivory geisha and her attendant, the black panels with a gilt ground painted in alternating tones of gold and other colours with a stylized landscape of watermills, rivers, pine trees, fir trees and a mountain plain in the background, suspension hooks to verso, 22.6cm x 30.2cm, framed overall, Meiji Period £60 - £100

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573 A pair of Chinese bronze circular brush washer bowls, cast in the Ming taste with trellis and clouds, 22cm diam £200 - £300

581 A tall Chinese bamboo bitong brush pot, carved in relief with an elder wearing a broad brimmed hat, in an extensive mountainous landscape, 39cm high, early 20th century; another, 17cm high (2) £60 - £100

582 A Tibetan bronze thangka, embossed with Wheel of Life and Buddha amongst other figures and symbols, above a broad band of text, 30.5cm x 27cm £100 - £120

583 A Tibetan silver coloured metal merchant’s seal, circular amber coloured cresting, embossed with flowerheads and scrolling leaves, cabochon mounts, 13cm high 80 - £120 584 A Tibetan silver coloured metal merchant’s seal, turquoise coloured cresting, embossed with scantily clad figures amongst clouds, cabochon mounts, 16cm high £100 - £150

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585 A Tibetan silver coloured metal mounted jade lozenge shaped snuff bottle, decorated with a verse, 7cm high £100 - £150

574 A pair of Chinese carved and lacquered temple kylins, coloured in tones of red and gilt, 23.5cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

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586 A Tibetan silver coloured metal seal, ovoid pommel, embossed with dense scrolling foliage, 9cm high; another, similar (2) £80 - £120

592 Indian School, a gilt patinated bronze of Vajrasattva Buddha, seated in the lotus position holding a vajra and bell, 22.5cm high £300 - £400

587 An 18th century Chinese coconut tea caddy, carved in relief with precious objects, flowers, scrolls, and trellis, push-on cover, spreading base, 14.5cm high £100 - £150

593 A Chinese bronze circular hand mirror, cast to verso with scrolls and script, 15.5cm diam £60 - £100

588 An Oriental bronze gu shaped case, cast in relief with songbirds, crane and tortoise amongst flowers, Archaic elephant handles, 14cm high, signed, 19th century £80 - £120

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594 A Chinese rootwood carving, a female attendant of the cour t, her hair tied with blossom, conforming stand, 59cm high, 18th/19th century £120 - £180

595 Chinese School (19th century) A pair, Musicians, riding a crane and a peacock signed with characters, 19cm x 22cm £60 - £100

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589 An Oriental ivory, mother of pearl and hardstone raden rectangular table screen, applied with a hen and chick, chrysanthemums and bamboo, signed on a red seal, the hardwood frame pierced with a frieze of scrolling clouds, 25.5cm high, early 20th century £500 - £700

596 Chinese School (19th century) A pair, Young Warriors Training with Trident and Swords watercolour on pith paper, 12.5cm x 9cm; another, A Lady of the Court (3) £100 - £150 597 Chinese School (19th century) Combat Training watercolour on pith paper, 18cm x 31cm £70 - £100

590 A Chinese bamboo wrist rest, car ved with ornamental ducks and flowers, signed, 30cm £40 - £60

598 Chinese School (19th century) Sparring watercolour on pith paper, oval, 16.5cm x 13.5cm; another (2) £70 - £100

591 Indian School (20th century), a patinated and verdigris bronze of Meditating Buddha, the sits with his legs crossed in the lotus position, 30cm high £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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599 Chinese School (19th/early 20th century) A pair, An Official and a Scholar Taking Tea and With an Attendant watercolour and gouache on silk, 28.5cm x 22cm; another, Elders with Pigs, from a fable (3) £60 - £100

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600 Chinese School (early 20th century), a dark patinated bronze of Buddhavista, he stands in flowing robes holding a scroll in his right hand, fixed on a stylized lotus base cast with a continuous band of temple lions in shaped reserves, signed, 56cm high overall £1000 - £1500 601 A Chinese cinnabar and lacquer jug, carved in relief with a rocky landscape of pagodas, fishing boats, blossoming trees and mountains, 16.5cm high £150 - £200 602 A 19th century Islamic bronze hookah base, cast in shallow relief in the Persian taste with dense flowers and scrolling foliage, traces of champleve enamel, 25cm high £70 - £90

603 Indian School, early 20th centur y, Figures of the Mughal Cour t, watercolour, gouache and gilt on ivor y, 20.5cm x 9.5cm £60 - £100 604 A Chinese jade amulet, car ved in the archaic manner, stylized dragon terminal, 16cm wide £150 - £200

605 A Japanese carved and polychrome painted figure, of a warrior, armed with a club, he stands on a rocky outcrop, paper label to verso inscribed in French, 16cm high £70 - £100

606 A Japanese ivory okimono of a geisha, she stand in a kimono carved and picked out in black ink with blossom, her dressed hair heightened with black ink, holding a folded parasol, oval base, 10cm high, signed to base, Meiji Period £80 - £120 607 Japanese School (Meiji Period), a dark patinated bronze of a crocodile, cast with mouth agape presenting two rows of ferocious teeth, the hind and fore legs with sharpened claws, signed, hardwood base, 12.3cm high overall, 39.9cm long £700 - £900

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613 608 Mughal School (19th century) At the Maharaja’s Feet gouache on paper, 42cm x 28cm

613 Yokohama School (Meiji Period), a pair of dark patinated bronzes by Miyao Company of a geisha and ashigaru, the geisha stands in flowing robes decorated with flowering chrysanthemums and a sun hat, while playing a shamisen, the foot soldier stands blowing a horn and holding a gun, in traditional dress and his hair tied back, both on padouk wood stands picked out in gilt with a phoenix and stylized foliage, cast with foundr y marks, the geisha being 21.1cm high £4000 - £4500

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610 An Anglo-Indian hardwood sarcophagus work box, profusely carved with a temple, stylized fanciful beasts and dense flowers and foliage, the sandalwood interior with a mirror and an arrangement of compartments, brass swan neck handles to side, brass lion paw feet, 34cm wide, c. 1830 £250 - £350

614 Zhongguo Shuhuajia (bn. 1938), by, The Chinese Sage, print, limited edition 68/136, with paperwork in red velvet folder ; Binyon (Laurence), Japanische Kunst, Internationale Verlagsanstalt Fur Kunst und Litteratur, Berlin £60 - £100

611 A Burmese white metal figure of a seated Buddha, applied with a white metal collar, he sits on a stylised raised plinth, 15cm high £70 - £100

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615 A Tibetan bronze singing bowl, planished overall, the red lacquer stand pierced with scrolls, circular base, 37.5cm high overall, 19th century £60 - £100

624 Chinese School (19th century), a gilt bronze, of a crane standing on the back of a turtle, a branch held it its beak, 24cm high £70 - £100

616 A Burmese emerald green jade pedant, carved with three monkeys, 5cm x 4cm £300 - £500

625 Chinese School, a bronze, of Buddha, seated in the Full Lotus position, 21cm high £100 - £150

620 A Chinese bronze censer, lug handles, 17cm over handles, seal mark £300 - £400

627 Chinese/Tibetan School, a bronze, of Tara seated in Dhyanasana, traces of gilding and painted decoration, 40cm high £1000 - £1500

619 Japanese School (Meiji Period), a dark patinated bronze of a ferocious lion, signed, 34cm wide £60 - £100

626 Chinese School, a bronze, of the rotund Budai, seated, smiling, verdigris patination, 13.5cm wide £80 - £120

621 Chinese School (17th/18th century), a bronze, Guanyin, she stands, holding a bottle, 22.5cm high, hardwood stand £150 - £200

628 Indian School, a bronze, Ganesh, he stands, holding tributes, lotus base, 19cm high £60 - £100

622 Chinese School (18th/19th century), a bronze, of the Immor tal He Xiangu, she stands, on a lotus holding a blossom, 22cm high, 18th/19th century, hardwood stand £150 - £200

629 Japanese School (Meiji period), a dark patinated bronze group, jostling elephants, 49cm high overall, signed £600 - £800 630 Japanese School (Meiji period), a dark patinated bronze, of an elephant, 9cm long £60 - £80

623 Chinese School (19th century), a bronze, of a scholar, seated, holding a whisk, 15cm high £100 - £150

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632 Tibetan School, a bronze, Buddha Sakyamuni, seated on a lotus, his gesture calling the earth to witness, traces of gilding, 21cm high £150 - £200

635 A Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, well car ved overall with figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, centred to recto by a monogrammed car touche, push-fitting cover, 11.5cm long, 7.5cm wide, c.1900, fitted case £300 - £500 636 A Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, car ved in relief with figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, push-fitting cover, 9.5cm long, c.1880 £200 - £300

637 A Chinese ivory tusk section ‘okimono’ carved and painted as a monk, young boy and demons, 29cm high, signed, early 20th century £200 - £300

638 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 £200 - £300 639 An early 20th century carved ivory tusk, as a graduated train of elephants, 56cm long (faults) £60 - £100

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Day Two

Wednesday 4th March at 10.30am

Silver, Watches & Jewellery

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Silver Plate

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650 A late 19th century E.P.B.M. water jug, embossed and engraved with parrots amongst flowers and foliage, domed cover, Bacchus mask to spout, ceramic interior, 38cm high, c.1888 £60 - £100

656 An E.P.N.S mounted clear glass caviar dish, the central box with push-fitting cover surmounted by a sturgeon, 22cm diam £60 - £80

657 An E.P.N.S. five-piece tea service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl, milk jug and associated water ewer, embossed with flowerheads , S and C-scrolls, 33.5cm high, J Potter, Sheffield £60 - £100

651 A late 19th century E.P.N.S. table centrepiece, hobnail moulded bowl, suppor ted on palm trees, shaped circular base, scroll feet, 32cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

652 A Neo-Classical Revival E.P.N.S ovoid samovar, lofty cover with knop finial, angular scroll handles, bright-cut engraved with ribbon-tied swags, egg and dart socle, square base, shaped apron, bracket feet, 56cm high, c.1900 £40 - £60

658 An early 20th century E.P.N.S table centre epergne, central trumpet shaped flute with gadrooned border, above three smaller conforming, scroll brackets, spreading base, 32cm high, Daniel & Arter, c.1920; a shaped oval meat dish, fluted shell and S-scroll border, 50cm wide, indistinctly marked 800?; etc (4) £60 - £80

653 A pair of George III old Sheffield plate shaped circular shallow salts; flower and leafy scroll borders, 12.5cm diam, c.1820; others; etc (qty) £40 - £60

659 An Elkington-type electroplated comport, the detachable bowl cast with a band of fruiting vine, sprouting tree bark stem applied with leaves, branch and leaf tri-form supports, 23.5cm high, 25.5cm wide, c. 1890 £150 - £180

654 A pair of Victorian E.P.N.S and clear glass tripod mantel vases, the trumpet shaped flutes etched with leaves and flowerheads, the circular plateaux with swan neck finials linked by loose chains, pad feet, 29cm high, Elkington & Co, c.1875 £100 - £150

660 Christopher Dresser (1834 - 1904) - a Victorian E.P.N.S cauldron shaped sugar and cream, the jug with angular hardwood handle, tripod feet, 8cm and 8.5cm high, design no. 16611 1A, Elkington & Co, date code for 1881 £200 - £300

655 A pair of Victorian E.P.N.S three-light two-branch table candelabra, pine cone snuffer finials, leafy detachable nozzles, campana sconces, lotus grasped branches, inverted baluster columns, domed fluted shaped circular bases embossed with stiff leaves, 54cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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675 A part canteen of early Victorian silver Fiddle and Thread pattern flatware, comprising desser t fork and spoons, table forks and teaspoons, monogrammed, William Eaton, London 1839, 44oz gross £200 - £300

676 A seal top spoon, probably provincial, 15.5cm long, indistinctly marked to bowl £200 - £300 677 A seal top spoon, probably provincial, 15.5cm long, indistinctly marked to bowl £200 - £300 678 A set of eighteen pairs of George III silver dessert knives and forks, mother of pearl handles, maker E & S, Sheffield 1825, the red leather case with gilt brass handle, 27.5cm wide £300 - £500

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661 A late 19th century plated four-piece tea service, in the Indian taste, each engraved and chased overall with leaves and scrolls, domed covers, knopped finials, mystical serpent scroll handles, hot water pot 27cm high, retailed by Benetfink &Co, diamond registration mark for 1876 £100 - £150

679 A set of eleven George III silver Fiddle and Thread pattern dessert spoons, engraved with a crest and monogram, William Eley, William Fearn and William Chawner II, London 1810; a George III silver boule-type spoon, William Holmes, London 1780; a pair of George IV silver Fiddle pattern sauce ladles, London 1823; other silver sauce ladles, various dates and makers, 23oz gross £100 - £150

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680 A set of four Scottish George III Old English pattern sauce ladles, 15cm long, Walter & Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh 1806 £100 - £150

670 A composed canteen of William IV and later silver King’s pattern cutlery, for twelve, comprising first course forks, table forks, table knives, table spoons, dessert forks, dessert forks and dessert spoons, Joseph & Albert Savoury, London 1836, other dates and makers (84), 139oz excluding knives £700 - £1000

681 A set of six George III silver Fiddle pattern table forks, London 1811; other flatware, various dates and makers (qty), 82oz gross £400 - £600

671 A George III silver Old English pattern table spoon, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1813; others, various dates and makers (6), 10.5oz £70 - £100

682 A set of six pairs of Victorian silver fish knives and forks, bright-cut engraved with scrolling foliage, ivorine handles, Hilliard & Thomasson, Birmingham 1900 £80 - £120

672 A George IV silver Fiddle pattern marrow scoop, 17.5cm long, Edward Thomason, Birmingham 1824 £60 - £100

683 A set of six Victorian Fiddle and Ribbon pattern teaspoons, crested, George William Adams, London 1847 ; a set of six George VI silver table forks, engraved with flowers and other decorative motifs, Francis Howard Ltd., Sheffield 1948; other flatware, including desser t forks, dessert spoons and teaspoons, various makers and dates, 45oz gross £200 - £250

673 A pair of American sterling silver Old English type pattern salad servers, pierced bowls, the terminals brightcut engraved with ribbon-tied bell husks, Gorham, c.1920 £70 - £100

674 A pair of George III silver serving spoons, the bowls later embossed with with pineapples and oranges, Peter Bateman and William Bateman, London 1812; a George III silver sifting spoon, gilt bowl, Thomas Northcote, London 1790; other flatware, including ser ving spoons, mustard spoons, pickle fork, various dates and makers, 15oz gross £70 - £100

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684 Liberty & Co - a set of six pairs of Edwardian silver and enamel teaspoons and patisserie forks, each stem decorated in tones of mottled blue and green with stylised leaves, Birmingham 1902, cased £100 - £150

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686 A Chinese export silver tapered cylindrical ice bucket, engraved with leafy bamboo on a textured ground, the interior with strainer, swing handle, 15.5cm high, conforming tongs ensuite, Zee Sung, Shanghai, c.1925 £500 - £700 687 A Chinese silver coloured metal flattened ovoid scent bottle, applied with chrysanthemums, fluted screwfitting cover, suspension chain, 8.5cm long, c.1900 £70 - £100

688 A pair of Indian silver circular bowls, pierced and profusely chased with stylised fish, beasts, deities, buildings, flowers and leafy branches, paw feet, gilt interiors, 9.5cm diam, c.1900 £80 - £120

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685 Liberty & Co - an Arts & Crafts silver and enamel spoon, the organic stem decorated in mottled tones of blue and green, divided heel, planished bowl, 17.5cm long, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1908 £400 - £600

Silver

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690 A Continental silver coloured metal circular sideboard dish, chased in the Renaissance taste with an elder and attendants, the border with masks, fruiting branches and triumphal regalia, 41cm diam, pseudo marks, 19th century £600 - £800

691 A 19th century Anglo-Indian silver spreading cylindrical child’s mug, profusely chased with scrolling leaves on a textured ground, centred by a small shield shaped cartouche, scroll capped handle, skirted base, 8.5cm high, c.1880 £150 - £200

692 A 19th century Continental Rococo Revival silver brandy glass warmer, scroll supports, circular burner, scroll feet, marked to base, 12cm high, c.1890 £80 - £120

693 A 19th century Continental silver coloured metal ovoid mantel posy vase, pierced wavy everted rim, chased with panels of putti divided by swags, the base with four tall monopodia, 13cm high, bird mark, c.1890 £60 - £100

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694 A 19th century Dutch silver metamorphic travelling fork and spoon, detachable bowl, folding for the pocket, the stem with mask terminal, 13cm long, c.1889 £100 - £150

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695 A 19th century Dutch silver miniature wall timepiece, 3.5cm enamel dial painted with figures boating along a river, buildings on the bank, Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, the case with arched canopy crested by urnular finials, the bezel mount engraved with leaves within a border of masks and scrolls, shaped back, 16cm long £150 - £200

700 A Continental silver coloured metal bowed oval teapot, hinged lofty domed cover with draught turned finial, above a deep frieze bright-cut engraved with a band of fruiting oak, beaded borders, loop handle, fruitwood fittings, 23cm long, crown, triple-X, script FA and Gothic letter marks to base, early 19th century £200 - £250

701 A Continental silver coloured metal fluted pear shaped jug, possibly Maltese, hinged domed cover with bud finial, ebonised scroll handle with flowerhead roundels to sockets, hoof feet, 16cm high, apparently unmarked £200 - £300

696 A 19th century Russian silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel caddy of sugar spoon, the scoop shaped bowl well decorated to verso in raised work with leafy scrolls, coloured in tones of blue picked out in red, 11.5cm long, cyrillic maker/retailer’s mark, left facing kokoschnik mark, c.1900 £200 - £300

702 A Continental silver coloured metal oval table box, profusely embossed with figures and scenes from Classical antiquity, 17.5cm diam, apparently unmarked £200 - £300

697 A 19th century silver coloured metal filigree rectangular visiting card case, worked with dense scrolls centred by a vacant shield shaped cartouche, hinged cover, 9.5cm long, apparently unmarked, c.1850 £60 - £100

703 A French Art Deco silver circular table tureen and cover, geometric finial, borders and lug handles, 28cm wide, Henri Lapparra, Paris c.1930, 39oz £1000 - £1500

698 A 19th century silver shaped rectangular ‘castle top’ visiting card case, engraved with an Italianate lakeside villa, within a Rococo reserve on an engine turned ground, inscribed to verso J L Kellogg, hinged cover, 9cm long, maker’s mark MW, c.1880 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

699 A contemporary silver coloured metal powder bowl, the cover with lofty finial, Kenneth Bower, 14cm high, a conforming spoon, the bowl with maker’s monogram only, the spoon fully marked Sheffield 1973, 8oz (2) £100 - £150

704 A French silver rectangular vesta case, engraved with gentlemen in 18th century costume, in conversation, hinged cover striker to base, 5.5cm long, c.1900 £100 - £150

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705 A George I Britannia standard silver shaped circular dinner plate, gadrooned border, crested, 30cm diam, scratch weight 38-3, Thomas Folkingham, London 1721, 36.5oz £400 - £600

716 A George III silver novelty vinaigrette, as a purse, bright-cut engraved overall, hinged cover, gilt interior with pierced grille, 2.5cm wide, Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1816 £60 - £100

706 A ‘George II’ silver four-bottle cruet frame, posted handle, block feet, 23cm high, the base marked Samuel Wood, London 1729, the bottles associated and later £150 - £200

717 A George III silver rectangular snuff box, quite plain, hinged cover, 7.5cm wide, William Price, London 1801 £60 - £100

708 A George III provincial silver cylindrical mug, reeded rim, scroll-capped handle, skirted base, 11.5cm high, John Langlands I, Newcastle 1774 £400 - £600

719 A George III silver rounded rectangular vinaigrette, hinged cover, bright-cut engraved with a ground of diapers outlined with wrigglework, gilt interior with pierced grille, 4cm wide, Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson. London 1810 £60 - £80

718 A George III silver rectangular vinaigrette, engine turned, the hinged cover centred by a circular car touche, reeded and chequered sides, floral thumbpiece, gilt interior with pierced grille, 3.5cm wide, London 1818 £80 - £120

707 A George II silver shaped circular waiter, piecrust border, wrapped knurl feet, crested, 15.5cm diam, Denis Langton (sic), London 1735, 6oz £200 - £300

709 A George III Scottish silver and agate waisted demi-lune snuff box, hinged cover set with a well figured panel, crested and inscribed George Miller, Gar tcraig, gilt interior, 7.5cm wide, Newlands & Grierson, Edinburgh 1813 £300 - £400

720 A George III silver sauce boat, acanthus capped flying scroll handle, wavy rim, hoof feet with shells to knees, 16cm long, Charles Hougham, London 1777, 5.5oz £150 - £200

710 A George III silver baluster mug, later chased with flowers, foliage and C-scrolls, acanthus-capped scroll handle, skirted base, 12.5cm high, Hester Bateman, London 1780, 10oz £300 - £500

721 A George III silver shaped circular card waiter, gadrooned border, crested field, knurl feet, 13.5cm diam, John Parker I & Edward Wakelin, London 1772 £100 - £150

711 A George III silver bowed circular wine coaster, gadrooned rim, the side embossed with scrolling leaves and fruiting vine, turned base, 12.5cm diam, marks rubbed, c.1820 £100 - £150

722 A George III silver teapot, domed flush-hinged cover, incurved angles, fluted spout, fruitwood scroll handle and knop finial, 25cm long, Henry Chawner, London 1791 £100 - £150

712 A George III silver bowed rectangular snuff box, of plain design, presentation inscription A Present to Mr Archd. Officer by Muirkirk Militia Society 1810, gilt interior, John Watson, Birmingham 1810 £80 - £120

713 A George III silver commode shaped teapot stand, bright-cut engraved with a ribbon-tied wreath car touche and banded borders outlined with wriggle work, 20cm wide, Rober t Hennell I & David Hennell II, London 1796, 5.5oz £150 - £200 714 A George III silver curved rounded rectangular snuff box, engraved with meandering bands on a chequered ground, gilt interior, 5.5cm wide, Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1803 £60 - £100

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715 A George III silver helmet shaped cream jug, reeded rim and scroll handle, 10.5cm high, maker overstruck by Samuel Meriton II, London 1809, 4.5oz £100 - £150

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724 A George III style silver boat shaped sugar basket, reeded borders and swing handle, fluted angles, domed base, 16.5cm wide, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1928 £200 - £300

725 A George IV silver rounded rectangular snuff box, engine turned borders and base, hinged cover, gilt interior, 7.5cm wide, Francis Clark, Birmingham 1829 £60 - £100 726 A George V silver and tortoiseshell rectangular cigarette box, hinged cover outlined with a wavy inlaid border, cedar lined, 13cm wide, Birmingham 1919 £60 - £80

727 A George V silver bowed rectangular novelty cigarette case, the hinged cover decorated in polychrome with a nude dancer, in a harem interior, an Arab sneaking a peak, 8.5cm long, Thomas William Martin, London 1935 £150 - £200

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728 A George V silver cigarette box, the hinged cover set with an oval panel decorated with revellers beside a tavern, cedar lined, 10.5cm wide, Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1922 £100 - £150

732 A George V silver pedestal rose bowl, moulded rim, chased with flowers, C-scrolls, foliage and diapers, centred to recto and verso by a vacant cartouche, domed circular foot, 26cm diam, Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1912, 25oz £150 - £250

729 A George V silver hot water pot, of George III design, knop finial, hinged domed cover, scroll-capped fruitwood handle, moulded foot, 23.5cm high, Sheffield 1923, 14oz gross £80 - £120

733 A George V silver rectangular playing card box, hinged cover enclosing twin compar tments, 7.5cm wide, Charles S Green & Co, Birmingham 1919 £80 - £120

730 A George V silver mounted tortoiseshell page turner, the haft quite plain, 37cm long, Grey & Co, Chester 1914 £60 - £100

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734 A George V silver six piece condiment set, comprising a pair of peppers and four salts, urnular finials, shaped rims, the sides applied with panel mouldings, circular bases, blue glass liners, the peppers 8.5cm high, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1915 £60 - £100

735 A George V silver square pocket scent bottle, hinged cover enclosing a stopper, the sides engraved with scrolling leaves, centred by a vacant oval reserve, 6cm high, Sampson Mordan & Co, Birmingham 1913 £50 - £80 731

731 A George V silver novelty rounded rectangular visiting card case, applied with a pig, hinged cover, 8cm long, Robert Pringle & Sons, Birmingham 1924 £120 - £180 For more images please visit

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741 A late 19th century Dutch silver oval tea caddy, chased in the 17th century taste with frolicking figures and oversize flowers, push-fitting cover, 13cm high, import marks for Berthold Muller, Chester 1900, 8oz £150 - £200

736 A George V silver table centrepiece epergne, the central trumpet shaped flute with piecrust rim above a three-quar ter girdle, flanked by a pair of smaller flutes conforming, domed circular foot, 21cm high, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1911 £200 - £250

737 A George V silver-gilt novelty bookmark, the terminal as a galleon, 16.5cm long, Ar thur Salisbury Cox, London 1919 £200 - £300

738 A German silver shaped oval fruit dish, chased in bold relief with leaves and ripe fruit, rustic branch handles, 34cm wide, 800 standard, c.1900 £120 - £180

739 A large Edwardian silver rounded rectangular smoking room box, the top crested by a lighter above a pair of hinged covers, scroll handles to sides, cedar lined, 26cm wide, London 1901 £150 - £200

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742 A late Victorian/early Edwardian matched part silver dessert service, comprising of a cake basket and a pair of sweetmeat dishes, the rectangular basket cast with an ornate loop handle, the pierced edges embossed with bunches of pansies, car touche shaped feet, the dishes similarly cast, Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1898-1902, 20oz gross £200 - £250

743 A Middle Eastern silver coloured metal circular waiter, engraved with script and a band of scrolling leaves, 22cm diam, apparently unmarked; a cylindrical jar, similar (2) £150 - £250 744 A pair of Art Deco silver navette shaped sweetmeat dishes, pierced with borders of stylised scrolls, ivorine geometric lug handles, acanthus cast paw feet, 20cm wide, Birmingham 1938 £250 - £350

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740 A large Norwegian silver model, of a Viking longship, dragon mask to stern and bow, detachable shields to sides, 36cm long, H Asse, early to mid-20th centur y, mahogany plinth £80 - £120 For more images please visit

745 A pair of Continental silver novelty servers, as a garden rake and four tine fork, ivory handles, 29.5cm and 22cm long, c.1900 £100 - £150

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746 A pair of Dutch silver oval pedestal brandy bowls, chased with scrolling acanthus, pierced lug handles embossed with putti and baskets of flowers, domed bases, 24cm wide, 19th century £200 - £300 747 A pair of George I style silver table candlesticks, reel shaped sconces, knopped stems, circular bases, 21cm high, William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1956 £100 - £150

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748 A pair of George II silver sugar nips, circular box pivot, shell shaped tips, 13cm long, c.1750; others, similar (4) £100 - £150

752 A pair of large Continental silver novelty table decorations, modelled as cock and hen game birds, detachable heads, 41cm and 53cm long £700 - £900

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749 A pair of George III silver meat skewers, ring terminals, crested, 35.5cm and 37cm long, Hester Bateman, London 1784 Heraldry: Crest of Staunton of Staunton, Nottinghamshire £400 - £600

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753 A pair of unusual silver and cattle horn novelty peppers, modelled as birds perched on branches, each with head detachable as the cover, 10cm long, Frederick James Wiltshire, London 1880 £300 - £500

750 A pair of George III silver table candlesticks, gadrooned borders, cannon barrel columns, circular bases, 18cm high, John Roberts & Co, Sheffield 1812 £300 - £400

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754 A pair of Victorian Scottish silver shaped circular wine waiters or coasters, domed fields crested and engraved with fruiting vine, the borders chased with insects amongst flowers, on a textured ground, 20cm diam, Marshall & Son, Edinburgh 1886 £300 - £500 751

751 A pair of George V silver trumpet shaped mantel vases, pierced rims, moulded circular bases, loaded, 22cm high, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1913 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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756 A Russian silver and niello beaker, decorated with a cityscape, strapwork and scrolls, 7cm high, 84 zolotnik mark, St Petersberg, c.1860 £70 - £100 757 A set of four Edwardian silver half-fluted oval pedestal salts, chased with flowering stiff leaf swags, loop handles, domed bases, 9cm wide, conforming spoons ensuite, H Matthews, Birmingham 1893, cased £100 - £150

758 A set of four George III silver circular table candlesticks, bell shaped sconces, tapered columns, spreading bases, embossed with fluting, reeded borders, 30cm high, John Younge & Co, Sheffield 1784 £1500 - £2500

759 A set of four George V boudoir candlesticks, bell shaped sconces, canted square bases, 8.25cm high, Birmingham 1930 £120 - £180 760 A set of six George III Old English pattern table knives, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1798; a set of six Elizabeth silver Hanoverian pattern soup spoons, Sheffield 1986; other flatware, including sauce ladles, dessert forks, table spoons, mixed dates and makers, 46oz gross £220 - £260

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755 A pair of Victorian silver candlesticks, embossed in the 18th century taste with with shepherds and shepherdesses in a pastoral idyll, detachable nozzles, spreading square bases, 16.5cm high, William Comyns, London 1890 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

761 A set of six Indian silver coloured metal napkin rings, chased with scrolling stylised leaves, 4cm long, apparently unmarked £60 - £90

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765 A substantial Victorian silver nurse’s buckle, pierced and cast with flowers and scrolling leaves, 15cm wide, Samuel Jacob, London 1894 £70 - £100

766 A three-piece pedestal urnular condiment set, comprising salt, mustard and pepper pot, spoons ensuite, Garrard & Co, Birmingham 1955, cased £100 - £150

767 A Victorian Aesthetic Movement spreading cylindrical teapot, unusually engraved with root vegetables and foliage, scroll capped fruitwood handle, 14cm high, retailed by Bracher & Sydenham, Reading, Birmingham 1897, 13oz gross £80 - £120

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768 A Victorian clear and frosted glass butter dish milled ball and disc finial, domed cover and dished circular stand engraved with scrolling ferns and leaves, 18cm diam, registration lozenge, James & Edward Bradbur y, London 1870 £300 - £500

769 A Victorian oval inkstand, the central tripod taperstick flanked by a pair of slice and diamond-cut clear glass wells with domed silver covers, angular loop handles to sides, 30cm wide, London 1876 £300 - £500 770 A Victorian shell shaped preserve dish, of George II design, shaped lug handle, ball feet, 14cm wide, en-suite with a conforming Onslow pattern spoon, George Maudsley Jackson, London 1895, cased £200 - £300

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762 A set of six silver coloured metal tapered cylindrical beakers, probably Russian, 4.5cm high, apparently unmarked £70 - £90

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771 A Victorian silver baluster beer flagon, of 18th century design, hinged domed cover with pierced chair-back thumb piece, chased with scrolling leaves, flowers and flowering C-scrolls, Bacchus mask to spout, scroll handle with heart shaped terminal, skirted foot, 22cm high, Robert Harper, London 1865, 22.5oz £500 - £800

763 A set of twelve Victorian coffee spoons, bows ensuite, shell shaped bowls, pierced strapwork hafts, Aitkin Brothers, Sheffield 1891, cased £100 - £150

764 A silver novelty pin cushion, in the form of a pig, 5cm long, marked 925 £60 - £80 For more images please visit

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772 A Victorian silver cylindrical christening mug, bright-cut engraved with flowers, leafy scrolls and strapwork, acanthus capped angular scroll handle, beaded borders, 9cm high, Simon Greenberg, Birmingham 1861 £100 - £150

773 A Victorian silver heart shaped dish, frilled border, textured overall, 22cm wide, Rd.No. 43166, Heath & Middleton, Birmingham 1889 £200 - £300 774 A Victorian silver lighthouse sugar caster, pierced push-fitting cover, embossed with flowerheads and scrolling leaves on a matted ground, 14cm high, London 1894 £60 - £100

775 A Victorian silver mounted cut clear glass novelty barrel shaped biscuit box, the cover crested by a label and a coiled rope, inscribed Biscuits, star-cut base, 15cm high, Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1869 £400 - £600

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783 A Victorian silver shaped rounded rectangular visiting card case, embossed in relief with the Scott Monument, Edinburgh, on a matted ground of scrolling leaves, hinged cover, 10.5cm long, Birmingham 1870 £600 - £800

776 A Victorian silver mounted ruby glass faceted double-ended scent bottle, the hinged and screw-fitting covers chased with flowers and leafy scrolls and centred by gold coloured roundels, 12.5cm wide, c.1880, cased £70 - £100

784 A William IV seven-bar toast rack, leafy loop handle, trefoil dividers, anthemion and scroll feet, 16.5cm long, Hy Wilkinson & Co., Sheffield 1835, 10oz £100 - £150

777 A Victorian silver novelty pepper, as a Queen Anne coffee pot, domed pierced cover, turned ivory handle, 7cm high, Chester 1896 £50 - £80

778 A Victorian silver ovoid beer jug, of salt glazed stoneware shape, chased with gentlemen at tavern tables, reeded scroll handle, 11cm high, Nathan & Hayes, Birmingham 1893, 5.5oz £120 - £180 779 A Victorian silver rectangular curling tong heater, chased overall with flowers and scrolling foliage, hinged cover centred by a vacant car touche, 9cm wide, London 1898 £60 - £100

780 A Victorian silver rectangular playing card case, hinged cover enclosing a pair of compartments, 9.5cm long, James Deakin & Son, London 1898 £60 - £100

781 A Victorian silver shaped rectangular snuff box, hinged cover applied with a portrait roundel of a muse and lyre, flowers to angles on a ground of scrolling foliage, gilt interior, 7cm high, David Pettifer, Birmingham 1850 £80 - £120

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782 A Victorian silver shaped rectangular vinaigrette, engraved overall with scrolling leaves and panels of diapers, hinged cover centred by a vacant C-scroll car touche, gilt interior with pierced grille, 3.5cm wide, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1851 £70 - £100 For more images please visit

785 An 18th century Continental silver flared cylindrical beaker, probably Scandinavian, wrigglework engraved with swags and pendants, three loose cabochon handles, domed foot, 11cm high, marked MP, 92?, crescent?, MB over 179* £60 - £100 72

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787 An 18th century silver four bottle Warwick cruet frame, possibly American, posted knopped baluster loop handle cast with flowering scrolls, the base with bright-cut borders, shell feet, 28cm high, maker’s mark FG? to post, c.1775 £200 - £300

788 An American sterling silver circular pedestal bowl, quite plain, flared rim, domed foot, 24.5cm diam, Gorham, 20th century, 23oz £200 - £300 789 An Art Deco shagreen rounded rectangular cigarette case, spring-loaded hinged cover, 10cm wide, c.1930 £80 - £120 790 An Art Nouveau silver and enamel easel travelling timepiece, 4cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, keyless movement, embossed and decorated with stylised organic forms, 7cm high, Douglass Clock Co Ltd, Birmingham 1904 £60 - £100

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786 An 18th century Irish provincial silver mounted cowrie shell snuff box, stand-away hinged cover to base, 8cm wide, maker BS, c.1780 £300 - £500

791 An Art Nouveau silver pedestal sweetmeat or rose bowl, shaped rim, embossed with four stylised organic flutes, moulded circular foot, 15cm diam, Rober ts & Belk, Sheffield 1901, 10oz £60 - £100 792 An Arts and Crafts silver ovoid milk jug, the strap handle chased with stylised leaves, 9cm high, Crate & Mansell, London 1901 £200 - £300

793 An Austrian gold mounted silver and emerald enamel rounded rectangular cigarette case, hinged cover engraved with a broad L-shaped border of leafy scrolls, engraved signatures to verso, 9.5cm long, .800 standard, c.1920 £150 - £200 794 An early 18th century canted rectangular spice box or bonbonniere, hinged raised cover, skir ted base, initialled MR over MH, 3cm high, c.1730 £150 - £200

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795 An early 19th century Portuguese silver urnular wine jug, hinged cover with bud finial, wrigglework engraved with buildings, branches and leafy stems, beaded borders, fruitwood scroll-capped handle, circular foot, 23.5cm high, c.1830 £300 - £500 796 An early 20th century Continental silver doublecornucopia table vase, arched carr ying handle above a putto reading music, pierced and chased with cour ting couples and flowering scrolls, 29.5cm wide, import marks for London 1901, 19oz £200 - £300

797 An early George III silver shaped circular waiter, fluted shell and S-scroll border, plain field, hoof feet, 18cm diam, Richard Rugg I, London 1763, 7.5oz £200 - £300

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798 An early Victorian Irish silver helmet shaped wine ewer, hinged domed cover with flower finial, gadrooned rim, chased with a band of flowers, leaves and C-scrolls above a socle of leaves, bold dolphin handles, spreading fluted base, 31cm high, James Moore, retailer’s mark for Brown, Dublin 1838, 34oz £800 - £1200 799 An early Victorian silver fluted shaped circular pedestal swing handled cake dish, the border applied and engraved with scrolling leaves and strapwork, spreading foot, 28cm wide, Joseph Angell I & Joseph Angell II, London 1848, 23oz £250 - £350

800 An early Victorian silver shaped rectangular inkstand, central hexagonal wafer box enclosed by a chamber taper stick and snuffer, flanked by a pair of cut clear glass wells with hinged covers, embossed and engraved throughout with leafy scrolls, trellis and strapwork, inscribed To William Bishop, from his Son, 27th August 1845’, 38cm wide, Charles Reily & George Storer, London 1845, 32oz weighable silver £400 - £600

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801 An Edwardian Britannia standard silver ecuelle, of 18th century design, slightly domed cover with tendril loop handle and applied with leaf cut-card work, shaped lug handles stamped with masks and strapwork, 27.5cm wide, Wakely & Wheeler, London 1910, 20oz gross £300 - £500

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802 An Edwardian parcel-gilt silver three-handled rose bowl, the shaped and pierced border cast with masks and scrolling foliage, capped double-scroll handles, 27cm diam, Mappin & Webb, London 1908, 42oz £700 - £1000

810 An Edwardian silver sauce boat, of George III design, wavy rim, scroll capped handle, hoof feet with shells to knees, 16cm long, William Aitken, Birmingham 1909; another, Birmingham 1913 (2), 9.5oz gross £60 - £80

803 An Edwardian shaped circular card waiter, gadrooned rim, hoof feet, 15cm diam, London 1903, 8.5oz £70 - £100

811 An Edwardian silver shell shaped sauce boat, of George II design, acanthus capped double scroll handle, gadrooned rim, 17cm long, Daniel & John Wellby, London 1904, 7.5oz £150 - £200

804 An Edwardian silver curved rounded rectangular cigarette case, the hinged cover engraved with a golfer taking a swing, his caddy at his side, gilt interior, 9cm wide, E J Trevitt & Sons, Chester 1907 £60 - £80

812 An Edwardian silver three-bottle scent coaster, each fan shaped hobnail-cut bottle with hinged domed cover enclosing a stopper, pierced stand with gadrooned border, 12.5cm high, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1906 £50 - £80

805 An Edwardian silver cylindrical kitchen pepper, of George III design, domed cover, reeded scroll handle, skirted base, 8.5cm high, Barnards, London 1904 £80 - £120

813 An Elizabeth II silver four piece boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, water pot, milk jug and sugar basin, knop finials, hinged covers, scroll capped handles, the tea and water pots with ebonised fittings, the latter 24cm high, Harris Leon Brown, Sheffield 1969, 55oz gross £300 - £500

806 An Edwardian silver half fluted cream and sugar bowl, leafy and egg-and-dart borders, Edward, Edward Jnr, John and W. Barnard, London 1903, 17oz £100 - £150

807 An Edwardian silver mounted mahogany and marquetry navette shaped waiter, in the Sheraton Revival taste, the deep outswept border engraved with bell husk swags, the field inlaid with a batwing patera, 19.5cm wide, Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1907 £60 - £100

814 An Elizabeth II silver novelty beaker, as an oversize thimble, 6cm high, London 1998; another, inscribed Just A Thimbleful, 4cm high, Birmingham 1966; a novelty caddy spoon, as a jockey cap (3) £70 - £100

808 An Edwardian silver mounted slope fronted stamp box, hinged cover with glazed aper ture, 4cm wide, Birmingham 1903; another, olivewood, 11.5cm wide (2) £70 - £90

815 An Ilaria Peruvian silver and carved wooden figure, of a street vendor, the young boy stands, his wares hung all about him, 14cm high, his coat marked 925 £80 - £120

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816 An Italian silver bombé shaped table box, hinged cover with flower finial, chased overall with scrolling leaves and flowers on a textured ground, scroll feet, gilt interior, 18.5cm wide, 800 standard, early 20th century £200 - £300

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809 An Edwardian silver mounted tortoiseshell shaped rectangular blotter, hinged cover centred by a Rococo car touche and shaped brackets to angles, the mounts pierced and embossed with flowers and C-scrolls, Morocco leather and watered silk lined, 30cm long, William Comyns, Birmingham 1897 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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817 An unusual George V silver bowed circular bowl, engraved with a procession of children, two by two, riding scooters, holding balloons, sailing pond yachts, rolling hoops and playing with dogs, 10cm diam, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, London 1928 £80 - £120

840 A gentleman’s Cartier stainless steel Tank Francaise automatic bracelet wristwatch, textured silvered dial, black Roman numerals, inner minute track, date aper ture, H shaped case numbered 419635CD/3202, 30mm diam, cabochon sapphire winder, fitted to a conforming stainless steel link bracelet, with double section clasp, 17.5cm long £800 - £1000

818 An unusual Victorian silver novelty cream jug, as a leather jack, faux stitched borders, gilt interior, 9.5cm high, Edward Hutton, London 1887 £500 - £700

841 A late 19th century lady’s gold fob watch, gold inlaid floral white enamel dial, Roman numerals, button wind movement, 14ct floral engraved gold case, hung from a ribbon bow brooch, detached, 26g gross £80 - £120

819 Asprey - an Edwardian silver capstan inkwell, hinged cover, spreading base, 11cm diam, Birmingham 1909 £50 - £80

842 A Robert Roskell of Liverpool 18ct gold open face pocket watch, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, subsidiar y seconds, manual wind movement, serial no 1757/65808, Chester 1862, 4.5cm diam; hung from an 18ct gold twist link Albert chain, terminating with an 18ct gold T Bar and a 15ct gold whistle, 132.5g gross £800 - £1200

820 A pair of miniature silver Corinthian candlesticks, E.F.Braham, Birmingham (rubbed date letter), 5.1cm high, c. 1920 £50 - £70

Watches

843 An early Rolex Hermetic gold case wristwatch head, patented 1923, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiar y seconds, outer minute track, manual wind 15 jewel patent movement, detachable dust cover, marked Rolex Swiss made, serial 21147 hinged at nine o’clock from a conforming screw top case, stamped 755, 3.3cm diam, 26.4g gross £2000 - £3000

821 An Edwardian 18ct gold hunter pocket watch, white dial, Roman numerals, centre seconds, outer minute track, button wind movement, retailed by Newsome & Co, Coventry, serial no 148702, 52mm diam, 134g gross £500 - £600 822 A 9ct gold cased Lady’s Tudor Rolex precision wrist watch, textured silvered dial, baton markers, integral articulated 9ct yellow gold textured bracelet strap, 17 jewel manual wind Tudor movement, 39.6 g gross, boxed £300 - £400

844 An early Rolex Hermetic silver case wristwatch head, patented 1923, textured ring banded silver dial, individual Arabic numeral roundels, subsidiar y seconds, outer minute track, manual wind 15 jewel Prima movement, detachable dust cover, marked Rolex, 7 World Records, Gold Medal, Geneva, Suisse, serial 3666, hinged at nine o’clock from a conforming silver screw top case, 3.2cm diam, 25g gross £700 - £1000

Jewellery

859 A Victorian shell cameo brooch, carved with Leda and the Swan, gilt brass frame of overcrossing branches, 6cm x 4.5cm, c. 1880 £60 - £100 860 A contemporary sapphire and diamond ring, central oval blue sapphire flanked by three rows of graduating baguette and round brilliant cut diamonds, 18ct white gold shank, size L, 4.4g gross £180 - £220

861 A novelty 15ct yellow gold brooch, as a running pointer dog, stamped 15ct, 9ct rose gold pin, 5.5cm long, 8.7g gross £120 - £180 840 For more images please visit

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862 A thirteen stone diamond flowerhead ring, central raised claw set diamond, approximately 0.60ct, surrounded by a band of six diamonds each approximately 0.5ct, interspersed with six smaller diamonds, total diamond weight approximately 4ct, 18ct white gold shank, finger size N, 5.9g gross £1500 - £2000

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867 A diamond solitaire signet ring, the round brilliant cut diamond, approx 0.70ct within tapering octagonal mount, 18ct gold shank ,size Q, 7.2 g gross £150 - £250

863 A contemporary sapphire and diamond articulated necklace, set with ninety oval blue sapphires, totalling approx 53 ct, arranged in groups of ten, each group interspaced by a pair of round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx 1.2ct, 14 ct white gold mount, 46cm long, 32.5 g gross, with Gemological Laborator y Services Appraisal Certificate, boxed £3000 - £4000 864 A contemporary turquoise and gold bead bracelet, four globular turquoise beads interspaced with five tapering textured gold nuggets, rope linkages, stamped 750, 17cm long, 19.7g gross £200 - £300

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865 A diamond and emerald dress ring, central rectangular baguette cut emerald, set within an open framework encrusted with twenty four diamond chips, yellow gold shank, indistinctly marked, size R, 3.5g gross £100 - £150

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866 A diamond and ruby seven stone flower head ring, central round brilliant cut diamond, approx 0.25ct surrounded by six rubies, white gold claws, 18 ct yellow gold shank, size P, 4.1g gross £150 - £200

868 A diamond two stone crossover ring, set with a round old brilliant cut diamond, approx 0.54ct and a round brilliant cut diamond, approx 0.61ct, platinum and 18ct white gold shank, size N, 4.1g gross £800 - £1200 78

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869 A George V sapphire and diamond ring, alternate scroll set with eight old cut sapphires and diamonds, 18ct gold shank, size D 2.8g gross £120 - £180

878 A three stone diamond ring, central round brilliant cut diamond, approx 0.60ct, flanked by two smaller diamonds, approx 0.20 ct each, total diamond weight approx 1ct, platinum claw set, 18ct white gold shank, size M, 3g gross £250 - £350

870 A gold filigree reversible crucifix pendant, raised floral centre, arching sides and drop loop, unmarked, 4.5cm x 3cm; hung from a yellow metal fine link chain, 52cm long, 11g gross; a pique tortoiseshell crucifix, hung form a base metal chain; a carnelian crucifix, silver end cap and ring, unmarked (3) £80 - £120

879 A three stone diamond ring, three graduated round brilliant cut diamonds, platinum claw set between white gold scrolling shoulders, 18ct yellow gold shank, indistinctly marked, size P, 3.7 g gross £120 - £180

871 A pair of Edwardian 9ct and aquamarine bar brooches, shaped rectangular baguette, open arch set, stamped 9ct, 68mm long, 7.1g gross (2) £60 - £100 872 A pair of seven stone champagne diamond ear studs, the seven round brilliant cut diamonds arranged in a solitaire effect cluster, total diamond weight approx 0.28ct, 9ct yellow gold mount and posts, 1.1g gross £120 - £180 873 A ruby and diamond seven stone dress ring, central pink ruby flanked by two pairs of diamond chips and ruby set terminals, 9ct yellow gold shank, size N, 1.8g gross £50 - £80

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874 A single strand cherry amber bead necklace, of forty-nine graduated beads, 68cm long 61g £60 - £100

880 A Victorian sovereign bracelet, comprising four Australian young head, Melbourne mint 1875, 1879, and 1886 and Sydney mint 1882, three jubilee head, 1893, 1900 and 1901, loose mounted in 9ct gold, padlock clasp, 70.2g gross £1000 - £1200

875 A single strand cherry amber bead necklace, of forty-seven graduated beads, 67cm long, 61g £60 - £100

876 A single strand cultured pearl necklace, fifty eight graduated pearls, united by a deep blue and white sapphire clasp, central oval sapphire surrounded by a band of twelve white sapphires, compression clasp, unmarked, 50cm long £200 - £300

881 An early 19th century yellow gold shaped oval mourning brooch the centre with hair sample surrounded by seed pearls, blue enamel ground, relief scroll boarder, the verso with initials, 5cm wide £200 - £300

877 A three piece aquamarine and pink sapphire suite comprising a cluster ring, central Trillion aquamarine, surrounded by a band of eighteen round brilliant cut pink sapphires, 9ct yellow gold mount and shank, size N; a pair of conforming earrings, stamped 375, London 2008, 7.2g gross (2) £300 - £400

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882 An Edwardian diamond and seed pearl metamorphic starburst pendant/brooch, central old cut diamond within a radiating mount, encrusted with twenty four graduated seed pearls, high carat yellow gold mount, unmarked, 3.2cm wide, 4cm drop, 6.1g gross £200 - £300

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883 An Edwardian diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut diamond, approx 0.50ct, within an open flower head claw setting, 18ct yellow gold shank, size O, 6g gross £80 - £120

888 A pave diamond ring, central raised round brilliant cut diamond, surround by a square frame of sixteen brilliant cut diamonds, flanked by diamond set shoulders each set with nine round stones, 18ct white gold shank, London 2001, size K, 2.8g gross £150 - £200

884 An Edwardian ruby and diamond nine stone ring, the central oval ruby approx 0.50ct, flanked by trefoil diamond clusters, diamond set shoulders, unmarked yellow gold shank, finger size R, 3.3g gross £200 - £300

889 A 9ct gold hollow link curb charm bracelet, hung with thirty six gold and yellow metal charms including a half sovereign 1843, camera, concertina, typewriter, well, goblet, animals etc, united by a spring bar clasp, safety chain, 18cm long, 90.4 g gross £600 - £800

885 An Edwardian style sapphire and seed pearl pendant, central oval blue sapphire, within an open inverted bat wing mount, encrusted with eight seed pearls, conforming 15ct yellow gold fancy link chain, 5.2g gross £80 - £120

886 An opal and diamond seven stone dress ring, three round cabochon opals separated by two pairs of diamond chips, 9ct gold shank, size M, 2g gross £50 - £70

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890 A carved jade and diamond set panel brooch, shaped rectangular multi-tone jade panel car ved with stylised blossoms, each end terminating in a feathered Fleur de Lis motif encrusted with eight diamonds, unmarked white metal mount and pin, 12mm wide, 59mm long, 6.8g gross £650 - £750

891 A cubic zirconia cluster ring, central deep blue oval stone surrounded by a band of sixteen small round white zircons, white gold claw set, 9ct yellow gold shank, size M, 2.3g gross £150 - £200 892 A diamond flower head ring, set with eleven diamond chips in a flower formation with a central raised diamond surrounded by ten smaller stones, total diamond weight approx. 0.33ct, 18ct yellow gold shank, size M, 2.7g gross £120 - £180

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887 An unusual Etruscan Revival enamelled gold and silver coloured metal evening suite, comprising a pair of earrings and conforming pendant, each as a ewer, applied with wires and decorated in tones of scarlet and emerald, each handle capped by a flowerhead, the pendant 5.5cm long, retailed by Defoy & Cie, Corail, c.1870, cased £300 - £500 For more images please visit

893 A diamond set five stone ring, central round brilliant cut diamond approx. 0.52ct, flanked by a pair of graduated diamonds to each side, total diamond weight approx. 1.4ct, platinum claw, 18ct yellow gold shank, size S, 4.8g gross £700 - £1000 80

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894 A diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut diamond, approx. 0.33ct, flanked by three diamond chip set shoulders, platinum claw, 18ct yellow gold shank, size X, 2.9g gross £120 - £180

900 A nine stone diamond cluster ring, central raised round brilliant cut diamond surrounded by eight smaller round brilliant cut diamonds, arranged as an inver ted navette lozenge, total diamond weight approx. 1.4ct, unmarked white gold shank, size L, 3g gross £600 - £800

895 A diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut diamond, approx. 0.36ct, platinum crown claw, 18ct yellow gold shank, size X, 2.6g gross £120 - £180

901 A nine stone diamond signet ring, the nine round brilliant cut stones arranged in a chequer formation, total diamond weight approx. 1.4ct, bark effect 18ct gold shank, size N, 8g gross £300 - £500

896 A five stone diamond ring, central round brilliant cut diamond flanked by two graduating diamonds to each side, total diamond weight approx. 1.07ct, unmarked white gold shank , size O, 3.6g gross £1000 - £1500

897 A four strand natural seed pearl necklace, united by an old cut diamond set 9ct white gold clasp, 44cm long, 9.1g gross, R400 £300 - £400

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902 A opal set nine panel gate bracelet, nine fixed four bar panels each mounted with a single oval opal, each link divided by three rows of articulated links, 9ct yellow gold mounts and safety chain, 17cm long, 19.8g gross R600 £500 - £700

903 A pair of amethyst and diamond drop earring, the oval deep purple amethysts, yellow gold collar set, suspended from an old cut diamond set terminal, white and yellow metal ear hooks, unmarked, 3.8g gross £220 - £280

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898 A multi-colour sapphire garnet and seed pearl star burst pendant brooch, central round deep red garnet surrounded by a collar of twelve seed pearls, within an outer ring of eight arms each set with a single different colour sapphire or garnet, single seed pearl terminals, unmarked yellow gold mounts and pin, 32mm diam, 8.5g gross £500 - £600 899 A Nephrite and diamond cluster ring, central oval nephrite cabochon 18.1 x 12.95 x 7.2mm, surrounded by a band of twenty round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 3.0ct, 18ct white gold mount and shank, size R, London 1975, 9.9g gross £400 - £600

904

904 A pair of diamond flowerhead earrings, each with a central round brilliant cut diamond surrounded by an open work six petal frame, encrusted with for ty two smaller diamonds, suspended from a diamond set white metal hook, unmarked, 21mm drop, 4.6g gross (2) £1100 - £1400

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905 A pair of eleven stone diamond chip set shield boss circular earrings , central raised diamond surrounded by a band of ten smaller stones, total diamond weight approx. 0.30ct 18ct white gold mounts, yellow gold frame and pillars, unmarked, 1.8g gross £220 - £280

911

906 A pair of Lapis Lazuli drop earrings, the tapering oval drops suspended from a globular bead and silver ear hook, 53mm drop, 14.3g gross £70 - £100

909

907 A sapphire and diamond five stone ring, the three blue sapphires totalling approx. 1.1ct, divided by two round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx 0.50ct, cresting scroll claw and shoulders, 18ct yellow gold shank, size O, 8.7g gross £200 - £300

909 A seven stone diamond flower cluster ring, the central round brilliant cut diamond surrounded by six conforming stones, total diamond weight approx. 1ct, unmarked high carat yellow gold shank, size N, 2.5g gross £300 - £400

908 A seven stone cubic zirconia and paste dress ring, alternating blue and white stones, 9ct yellow gold shank, size L, 1.6g gross £100 - £150

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910 A single strand graduated cultured pearl necklace, the pearls measuring from 3.4mm to 7.2mm, united by a 925 silver and pearl mounted clasp, 47cm long, 13.4g gross £80 - £120

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911 A six strand rough cut ruby bead necklace, united by an ornate open work 14ct gold ball clasp, stamped 585, 50cm long, 119g gross, R1000 £800 - £1200

914

912 A suite of conforming engagement and wedding rings, the solitaire baguette cut diamond engagement ring approx. 0.33ct tri-claw set, platinum band and the conforming wedding band, size I, 8.5g gross £300 - £400

913 A twenty stone diamond and sapphire cluster ring, the central raised diamond, flanked by four blue sapphires, within a shaped surround encrusted with sixteen round brilliant cut diamonds, white gold claws, 18ct yellow gold shank, size M, 3g gross £200 - £300 914 An creamy white opal bead necklace, the globular beads knotted in groups of three stones, united by a four stone diamond set white metal clasp, 138cm long , 40.7g gross R1400 £1200 - £1600

915 An Edwardian 9ct gold curb link guard chain, spring clip terminal, stamped 9ct, 134cm long; suspending an Art Nouveau open work 9ct gold pendant, 43.2g gross £320 - £380

916 An emerald green jade cabochon ring, oval jade cabochon collar set, 14ct yellow gold shank, size N, 3.1g gross, R250 £200 - £300

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917

919 An opal and diamond ring, the central white oval opal, approx. 10.79mm x 8.87mm, surrounded by a band of round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 2.2ct, white gold crown, 18ct yellow gold shank, size O, 6.4g gross £800 - £1200

917 An opal and diamond cluster ring, central oval opal with green colour play, surrounded by a band of fourteen small round old cut diamonds, white gold claws, 18ct yellow gold shank, size M, 4.3g gross £250 - £300 918 An opal and diamond lozenge pendant, set with nine oval opals, inter spaced with twelve round brilliant cut diamonds, unmarked white metal mount, 2.3cm drop, 5.6g gross £400 - £600

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Day Two

Wednesday 4th March at 1.30pm

Pictures, Prints & Books

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


940 * Harrison (early 20th century) The English Village in Spring signed, dated ‘33, watercolour and gouache, 22.5cm x 6.1cm

Watercolours

947 Attributed to Gabriel Jacques de Saint-Aubin (Paris 1724 - 1780) Marie Theresa de Brocas, Countess of Rochefort, 1716 - 1782 mixed media, titled, 38cm x 24.5cm £60 - £100

£50 - £70

941 * Harrison (early 20th century) The Flower Beds; another, Beds of Heather signed, dated ‘33 and ‘34, watercolour and gouache, 7cm x 13cm and 8.5cm x 22cm £60 - £100 942 * Harrison (early 20th century) Courting in the Floral Grove watercolour and gouache, 17.5cm x 6cm

948 Attributed to Jan Griffier I (1645 - 1718) A pair, Busy River Landscapes watercolour and gouache, 19.5cm x 25.5cm

Provenance: The Harcour t family, Stanton Harcour t, Oxfordshire. Gifted by Penelope Harcourt to her daughter upon emigration to Australia, thence by descent £2000 - £3000

£50 - £70

949 Austin Holloway (contemporary) Tom’s First Portrait signed, watercolour, 16cm x 21cm

943 * Harrison (early 20th century) Ladies of The Thatch watercolour and gouache, 23cm x 7.2cm £50 - £70 944 A Fisher Sailing Boats Off Whitby signed, watercolour, 20.5cm x 30cm

£60 - £100

£90 - £110

945 A H Cooper (19th century) A pair, Hall ‘Ith’ Wood and Dene Church signed, dated 1880, watercolours, 26.5cm x 20cm £60 - £100 946 Alfred Heaton Cooper (1864 - 1929) An April Morn, Windermere signed, watercolour, 25.5cm x 38cm £100 - £150

950

950 Balkan School (early 19th century) Flower of the Orient watercolour, 28cm x 24cm

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£100 - £150


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951 Barbara Hepworth (1903 - 1975) Blue Moon signed, mixed media, 29cm x 24cm

964 English School (18th century) A set of five, Portraits of the Taylor Family pastels, oval, 29cm x 24cm to 20.5cm x 17cm £200 - £300

Provenance: Given by Hepwor th to John Taylor of Lund Humphries Ar t Publishers during the 1960’s, thence by decent £4000 - £6000 952 Benjamin D. Sigmund (fl.1880-1904) A pair, Fishing and Picking Flowers watercolours, signed 954 British School (20th century) Study of a Ballerina watercolour and gouache, 30cm x 24cm

955 C Ward (mid-20th century) Place du Tertre, Paris signed in pencil, mixed media, 35cm x 45.5cm 956 Charles Henry Slater (19th century) Still Life, Apples and Plums on a Mossy Bank signed, watercolour, 15.5cm x 22.5cm

965 English School (19th century) A Pair, Pensive Moments watercolours, 7.5cm x 6.5cm

966 English School (19th century) A set of four, Portraits of John, Earl of Bedford, Anne, Countess of Warwick, William, Lord Russell and Rachell, Lady Russell watercolours, 17.5cm x 13cm £100 - £150

£300 - £400 £60 - £100

967 English School (19th century) Old Elizabethan House, Poole, Dorset signed with initials EH, inscribed, 37cm x 27.5cm £60 - £100

£60 - £100

968 English School (19th century) Playtime, A Young Girl and Her Doll watercolour, 24.5cm x 17cm

£60 - £100

957 Charles James Barraud (1822-1897) Morning Bath - On the Coast signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 17.5cm x 36cm £60 - £100 958 Cheong Laitong (Bn.1932) Climbers poster colour, 32cm x 4.5cm

£100 - £150

£60 - £100

971 English School (early 19th century) A Pair, Plump Cherubs at Rest and Play watercolours, 15.5cm x 23cm

£80 - £120

973 English School (early 20th century) Checkmate, old foes playing chess watercolour, 36cm x 52cm

974 English School (early 20th century) HMS Magnificent Dressed Overall watercolour and gouache, 15.5cm x 23cm HMS

£120 - £180

£60 - £100 £60 - £80

Magnificent was a Majestic Class battleship 16,000 tons, built 1894, rebuilt 1915 and scrapped 1922. She is flying the ensign of the Imperial German Navy and dressed overall, almost certainly being on guard duty at Cowes Week 1896, attended by HIM Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany £60 - £100

£60 - £100

963 Edmund Morrison Wimperis (1835 - 1900) Stacking Hay signed with initials, dated 76, watercolour, 16cm x 25cm £60 - £100

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969 English School (19th century) Still Life, Flowers watercolour, oval, 25cm x 21cm

972 English School (early 19th century) Norfolk watercolour, 19.5cm x 31cm

960 Continental School (late 17th/18th century) The Bacchic Mysteries mixed media on paper, 14cm x 53cm £70 - £100

962 Douglas E West (Bn. 1931) The Coffee Stall signed, watercolour, 24cm x 33cm

£70 - £90

970 English School (19th century) Wolfhound Reclining pen and ink sketch, 8cm x 10.5cm; another, Gun Dog, pencil sketch, 12cm x 16cm (2) £60 - £80

959 Chinese School (19th century) Conversation in a Garden watercolour, 26cm x 36cm; another, Japanese Geisha, 28cm x 24.5cm (2) £70 - £100

961 Cuthbert Gresley (1876-1963) The Rural Lane signed, watercolour, 15cm x 27.9cm

£70 - £100

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975 English School (early 20th century) Still life, Butterfly, Apples, Blossom, Damsons and Mushrooms, on a mossy bank watercolour, 36cm x 63cm £70 - £100

986 Grand Tour School (mid-19th century) Morning on the Italian Coast watercolour, 22cm x 38.2cm £250 - £300 987 H Parker (1858-1930) Rams on the Misty Mountain signed, watercolour and gouache, 10.4cm x 14cm £150 - £180

976 English School (mid 19th century) A pair, Malvern monogrammed, titled, dated 1868 and 1869, watercolour, 22.8cm x 34.4cm £60 - £100

988 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Dovedale, Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 39cm x 54cm

977 Enzo Bartolozzi (Bn.1922) Abstract Jewellery signed in pencil, acrylic on paper, 24cm x 34cm£100 - £150

£300 - £400

978 F Polli (early 19th century) Brig Brothers of Liverpool: Owen Edwards Commander, Entering The Port of Trieste (sic) signed, dated June 20th 1825, watercolour and gouache, 42cm x 57cm £150 - £200 979 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Bolton Abbey, with cattle watering signed, watercolour 26cm x 34cm

£300 - £500

980 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Cattle in a Riverside Meadow signed, dated June 1920, watercolour, 27.5cm x 43cm £150 - £200 981 French School (18th century) Venus and Cupid pastel laid on canvas, 36.5cm x 44.5cm

989

989 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Mackworth Castle Gate, Derby signed, watercolour, 26cm x 37cm

£60 - £100

982 G Bedford (late19th/early 20th century) Hastings Beach, Sussex signed and titled to verso, watercolour, 21.5cm x 33cm £40 - £60 983 G Jessop (1882- 1944) Still Life, Roses in a Turquoise Bowl signed, watercolour, 17.2cm x 26cm

£200 - £300

£120 - £180

984 Garman Morris A pair, North Bay Scarborough and Sunset Off the Coast of Essex signed and inscribed, watercolours, 18cm x 52.5cm £80 - £120 985 George Oyston (1860 - 1937) A pair, Summer Landscapes with Sheep signed, dated 1920 and 1921, watercolours, 34cm x 49cm (2) £80 - £120

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990 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Stepping Stones, Dovedale, Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 27.5cm x 38cm

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£250 - £350


996 Hendrik Grise (1917 - 1982) Abstract Nudes signed, watercolour, 57cm x 43cm

991

991 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) The Top Road, Via Gellia, Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 28cm x 38cm

£60 - £100

997

997 Herbert Dicksee (1862 - 1942) Let Sleeping Dogs Lie monogrammed 1920, watercolour, 14.5cm x 27cm £200 - £300

£250 - £350

998 Herbert Sowerby (20th century) The Lion of Wombwell signed with monogram, watercolour, 27cm x 37cm £150 - £200 999 Hugh Brandon-Cox (1917-2003) Norfolk Farm showing Flemish influence signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 18cm x 25cm £150 - £200 1000 Hugh Brandon-Cox (1917-2003) Wrens on a Branch signed, watercolour, 17cm x 18cm

992

992 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) The Village Street, Chellaston signed, watercolour, 27cm x 37cm 993 Haytram (20th century) Golden Eagle Taking Flight signed, watercolour, 45cm x 51cm

£300 - £400 £80 - £120

994 Helena Forester (early 20th century) Diana, In Arcadia signed, dated 1906, watercolour, oval, 21cm x 28cm £60 - £100 995 Hendrick Grise (1917 - 1982) Female Nude signed, watercolour, 65cm x 47cm

£120 - £180

1001

1001 Hugh Carter (1837-1903) The Game of Cards signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 49cm x 72cm £200 - £300

£80 - £120

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1002 Indian School (18th/19th century) A Manuscript Page, a wealthy young man and his suitors, with calligraphy watercolour and ink, 17cm x 9cm £50 - £70

1015 John Porter Wale (1860-1920) Still Life, Chrysanthemums signed, watercolour, 25.5cm x 16.1cm

£200 - £250

1003 Indian School (19th century) A set of Eight, Figures of the Mughal Court cut out gouache on mica, 15cm x 11cm, framed as a pair £300 - £400 1004 Indo-Persian School (19th century) A Falconer watercolour and gouache, 16.5cm x 11.5cm

1005 J Davis A Pair, Albi and Nantes signed, inscribed, watercolours, 18cm x 13cm 1006 J**Estock A Pair, Harbour Views signed, watercolours, 12cm x 33.5cm

1007 J Hughes Clayton (1891-1929) Low Tide in the Welsh Cove signed, watercolour, 16.2cm x 24cm 1008 James Bourne (1773-1854) The Brook watercolour, 33cm x 24cm

£80 - £120 £60 - £100 1016

1016 John Sowden (1838-1926) Fluellen on Lake Lucerne signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 12cm x 17cm £150 - £250

£60 - £100 £80 - £120 £60 - £100

1009 James Burrell Smith (1822 - 1897) A Walk Beside the River signed, dated 1859, watercolour, 42cm x 66cm £60 - £100 1010 Jean Elliott (20th century) A pair, Sheep on the Moors signed, watercolours, 15cm x 41cm

£100 - £150

1011 John Cowley GRA Lindfield, West Sussex signed, watercolour and gouache, 20cm x 30cm £60 - £100 1012 John Gutteridge Sykes (1866-1941) Still in the Estuary signed, watercolour, 23cm x 34.7cm

1017

1017 John Sowden (1838-1926) On the Aire at Cottingley signed, titled to verso, watercolour, 12cm x 17cm £150 - £250

£60 - £100

1013 John Hamilton Glass SSA (1820-1885) A pair, Coastal Villages signed, watercolours, 24cm x 34.5cm £200 - £250

1018 John Wallace (1841-1905) Tyne and Wear Serenade signed, dated 1887, watercolour, 36cm x 29cm £70 - £100

1014 John Henry Mole (1814 - 1886) Mediterranean Mill label to verso inscribed in ink, watercolour, 17.5cm x 24cm £70 - £90

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1019 Lawrence (Larry) Rushton (20th century) The Old Vagabond signed, watercolour and gouache, 22cm x 16cm £80 - £120

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1021 Leopold Rivers (1852 - 1905) Launching the Lifeboat signed, watercolour, 21cm x 35cm

£60 - £80

1022 Marion Broom (1878-1962) Henry VIII Chapel, Westminster Abbey signed, dated 1912, watercolour, 49cm x 33cm; another, Fireside Chair, 32cm x 23cm (2) £60 - £100 1023 Marshall ***wolf (early 20th century) Study of a Model in a Pharaonic Headdress signed, mixed media, 31cm x 20cm

£60 - £100

1026

1024 Mary Emily Eaton (1873 - 1961) Moths of Jamaica signed in pencil to verso, watercolour, 19cm x 31cm, c.1909-1911 £180 - £220

1026 Maurice Hagemans (1852 - 1917) Sair Sur La Plage La Panne signed, watercolour, 60cm x 100cm

1027 Maurice Sinclair Makhulu Bas, Portrait of an Aborigine signed, charcoal and chalk, 54cm x 38.5cm 1028 Michael Crawley

Brook Walk, West End, Derby signed, watercolour, 22.5cm x 28cm

1029 Michael Crawley Winter on Broadway, New York signed, watercolour, 34cm x 23.5cm 1030 Michael Crawley Allestree Woods, A Stroll in Winter signed, watercolour, 30.5cm x 25cm 1031 Michael Crawley Foolow, Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 34cm x 24cm

1032 Michael Crawley Mackenzie Country, New Zealand signed, watercolour, 32cm x 24cm

1033 Michael Crawley Polo Match, Smithe Lane signed, watercolour, 28.8cm x 47.2cm 1034 Michael Crawley Queen Street, Derby signed, watercolour, 26cm x 21cm

1025

1035 Michael Crawley Snowy Day, Derby Cathedral signed, watercolour, 24.5cm x 19.6cm

1025 Mary Emily Eaton (1873-1961) Jamaican Moths signed in pencil to verso, watercolour, 19cm x 31cm, painted December 1909 to January 1910 £180 - £220 For more images please visit

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£400 - £600 £60 - £100

£50 - £70 £60 - £100 £60 - £80 £60 - £80 £60 - £80 £60 - £100 £40 - £60 £40 - £60


1036 Michael Crawley The Empire State Building, New York signed, watercolour, 32.4cm x 22.8cm

1037 Michael Crawley The Meynell Hunt, Dalbury, Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 29.1cm x 44.6cm 1038 Michael Crawley The Morledge, Market, Derby signed, watercolour, 18cm x 26.5cm 1039 Michael Crawley The Old Lock, Derby Canal signed, watercolour, 22cm x 32cm

1040 Michael Crawley Union Square, New York signed, watercolour, 23.7cm x 33.5cm 1041 Michael Crawley Valetta Harbour, Malta signed, watercolour, 19cm x 29.5cm 1042 Michael Crawley Westminster, the River Thames signed, watercolour, 23cm x 33cm 1043 Michael Crawley Weston-on-Trent, Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 18cm x 36cm

1044 Michael Crawley Winter Evening, Allestree Woods signed, watercolour, 27.6cm x 23cm

1045 Michael Crawley ‘Winter’, Shot Tower, Derby signed, watercolour, 26.2cm x 18.5cm

1046 Michael Whittlesea (Bn. 1938) Retying Shoes signed with initials, pastel, 33.5cm x 43cm

1050 Peter Samson (Contemporary) Venus Comb Murex Shell (Murex pecten) study in pencil, signed, 17cm x 26cm

£60 - £100 £60 - £100 £50 - £70 £50 - £70 £60 - £100 £60 - £100 £60 - £100 £60 - £100 £40 - £60 £50 - £70 £100 - £150

1047 Michael Whittlesea (Bn. 1938) Standing Dancer signed with initials, charcoal and pastel, 46.5cm x 27cm £100 - £150 1048 Patricia Bradley Cinders the Dog signed in pencil, titled in pencil, dated ‘92, mixed media, 26.5cm x 21.1cm £60 - £100 1049 Peter Samson (Contemporary) Majesty signed, fine pencil study, 26cm x 36cm

£60 - £100

1051

1051 Philip Gray (Irish Bn.1959) A pair, Brave The Storm and Illumination signed in chalk, watercolour and gouache, 21.5cm x 21.5cm £700 - £1000 1052 Jacob Hendrik Pierneef (South African 1886 - 1957) Bosvelt, Austenburg pencil sketch, 20cm x 38cm £400 - £600

£80 - £120

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1056 Pollyanna Pickering (Bn. 1942) Blue Tits and Bird House signed, mixed media, 58cm x 45cm

1053

1053 Pollyanna Pickering (Bn. 1942) The Bay signed, watercolour and gouache, 54cm x 75.5cm £300 - £400

£200 - £300

1057

1057 Pollyanna Pickering (Bn. 1942) Kingfisher in Flight signed, mixed media, 48cm x 73.5cm

1054 Pollyanna Pickering (Bn.1942) Portrait of a Cat signed, watercolour and gouache, oval, 29cm x 21.5cm £80 - £120

1058 R Hague (early 20th century) Still Life, A Bunch of Roses signed, dated 1920, watercolour and gouache

1055 Pollyanna Pickering (Bn.1942) Portrait of a Ginger Cat signed, watercolour and gouache, oval, 25.5cm x 19.5cm £80 - £120

£200 - £300 £60 - £100

1059 Ray** Docked Barges indistinctly signed and inscribed Norwich, watercolour, 31cm x 46cm £60 - £100 1060 Richard Finny (1909 - 1987) A pair, Ysgland Rock, Llangranog, Cardiganshire and Cwmtydu Bay, Cardiganshire signed, watercolours, 37cm x 56cm £60 - £100 1061 S A Doidge (1810 - 1901) Embroideress at her Work named to verso, paper label Done From a Model at Geneva, watercolour, 26cm x 18cm £60 - £80 1062 Sidney Goodwin Farmyard Chores signed, watercolour, 47cm x 35cm

1063 Sidney Goodwin Horses Grazing signed, watercolour, 34cm x 52cm 1064 Sidney Goodwin The Glebe Farmyard signed, pastel, 33.5cm x 52cm

1065 Sophia Sinclair (fl.1881 - 1889) Putting Out Hay signed, watercolour, 16.5cm x 52cm

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1066 Stanley Royle (1888-1961) Autumn in Derbyshire signed in pencil, dated 1921 in pencil, watercolour, 23cm x 34cm £2000 - £3000

1066

1073 William Evans Linton (1878-1942) Villa on the Riviera signed in pencil, watercolour, 35cm x 24.5cm

1067 Thomas Frederick Collier (1825-1885) Still Life, A Trophy of Apples, Grapes, Plums and Raspberries signed, watercolour, oval, 40cm x 32cm £60 - £100

1070 Walter Henry Pigott (1810-1901) Horned Cattle and Sheep signed, dated 69, watercolour, 33.5cm x 23cm 1071 Wilfred Ball (1917 - 2000) Derbyshire Homestead signed, watercolour, 37.5cm x 75cm

1075 English School (19th century) Railway Locomotive, a O-4-0 Works Engine watercolour, 25cm x 36cm

Oils

£60 - £100

£60 - £100

£60 - £80

1090 William Henry Mander (1850 - 1922) A Bend on the Lledr signed, oil on canvas, 49cm x 75cm £1000 - £1500

£60 - £100

1091 William Henry Mander (1850 - 1922) A Glen on the Conway signed, oil on canvas, 49cm x 75cm £1000 - £1500

£120 - £180

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1074 D Cox Asking Directions signed, dated 1851, watercolour, 26cm x 36cm £70 - £100

1068 Thomas Miles Richardson Sr. (1784-1848) A set of three, Studies of Cats pencil, 4.1cm x 7.3cm and 5.4cm x 8.1cm (3) £80 - £120 1069 W C Matthews (20th century) Keeping a Watchful Eye, Young Nun signed, watercolour, 30cm x 41cm

1072 Wilfred Ball (1917 - 2000) Monsal Dale signed, watercolour, 55cm x 74cm

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1093 1093 Abraham Soloman (1824 - 1862) Brunett and Phillis, The Rival, Spectator No.80 labels and title to verso, oil on panel, 32.5cm x 50cm £3000 - £5000 1094 Adrian Lancaster (early 20th century) Self Portrait, The Artist in His Studio oil on canvas, 24cm x 18.5cm Adrian Lancaster was a Nottingham artist

£100 - £150

1095 After George Morland The Farmer’s Stable bears signature, oil on panel, 31.5cm x 44cm £100 - £150 1096 After Richard Ansdell A pair, The Wounded Paw and The Eavesdropper oils on board, circular, 26cm diam £200 - £300 1097 Alfred Elsworth (fl 1870-1880) Geese in the Water Meadow signed, oil on panel, 28cm x 35.5cm

1098

1098 Andrew Beer (1862-1954) Ocean Blue, The Property of F. Lowe signed, titled, oil on canvas, 30.9cm x 41cm

£80 - £120

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1099 Antoine Blanchard (1910 - 1988) Lamplight in a Paris Street signed, oil on canvas, 31cm x 43cm

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£300 - £400 £500 - £800


1100 Arthur Weaver (1918 - 2008) Passing Out Parade, Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth signed, dated 1982, labelled to verso, oil on canvas, 49cm x 75cm £100 - £150 1101 Arthur William Redgate (1860 - 1906) Victorian Street, Long Row, Nottingham signed, oil on canvas, 63cm x 75cm £1000 - £1500 1102 Attributed to Bernard Lucas (1853 - 1910) Ludlow Castle, Salop oil on panel, 33cm x 48cm £100 - £150

1107

1103

1103 Circle of Joseph Wright of Derby Moonrise Over the Beacon oil on canvas, 63.5cm x 76cm

£600 - £1000

1104 Attributed to Sir William Beechley R.A. (17531839) A Scottish Border Landscape oil on panel, 28cm x 36cm £150 - £200 1105 B Ward Turner FRSA Dark Bay Race Horse signed, dated 1981, oil on canvas, 59cm x 74cm £120 - £150 1106 Benjamin Constant (1845-1902) Bedouin Looking Across The Flatlands oil on canvas, 70cm x 100cm 1107 British School (20th century) Quarrying Chalk oil on canvas, 61cm x 51cm

£3000 - £4000

1108

1108 Charles Dudley (19th century) The Vagrant Dog signed, oil on canvas, 46cm x 37cm

£200 - £300

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£100 - £150


1109 Charles Leslie (1835 - 1890) Walking in the Highlands signed, dated 1877, oil on canvas, 30cm x 61cm £60 - £100

1110

1110 Colin Graeme Roe (1855-1910) Spaniel in the Highlands signed, dated 91, oil on canvas, 35.5cm x 53cm £200 - £300 1113

1113 Continental School (19th century) Martin Luther Preaching at Wittenberg oil on panel, 91cm x 75cm

£500 - £700

1115 Continental School (19th century) The Best of Friends oil on canvas, 105cm x 98.5cm

£500 - £800

1114 Continental School (19th century) Studying the Formula, A Coppersmith at Work oil on board, 34cm x 25cm £100 - £150

1116 Continental School (20th century) Farm Girl oil on board, 53cm x 41.5cm

1111

1111 Colonial School (18th century) The Plantation oil on canvas, 57cm x 62cm

1112 Continental School (19th century) A Pair, Alpine and Rural Summer Landscapes oils on metal panels, 15cm x 19cm

1117 D Cox Harvest Time bears signature, oil on canvas, 29cm x 52cm

£200 - £250

£80 - £120

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£50 - £70

£100 - £150


1122 Dutch School (19th century) Peering Out oil on canvas, 22cm x 19.5cm

1123 Dutch School (19th century) Tavern Gossip oil on panel, 22.5cm x 17.5cm

1124 E Chilton (19th century) A Girl of Piety signed, dated ‘76, oil on panel, 38cm x 23.9cm

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£100 - £150 £180 - £220 £60 - £100

1125 E A Johnson (early 20th century) The Survivor Returns signed and dated 1907 in sgraffito, oil on board, 21cm x 31cm £200 - £300

1118 David Payne (c.1844 - 1891) A Lane Scene near Solihull signed, signed again, titled and dated 1885 to verso, oil on canvas, 32.2cm x 50.5cm £200 - £300

1126 Edwin Henry Boddington (c.1836 - 1905) Ruins Beside a Lake signed, oil on canvas, 75cm x 126cm £100 - £150

1119 David Payne (c.1844 - 1891) Hayfield signed, signed again and inscribed to verso, 49cm x 74cm £800 - £1200 1120 David Payne (c.1844 - 1891) Sinfin Lane Near Derby signed, signed again and inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 49cm x 74cm £800 - £1200

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1127 English School (19th century) A pair, Classroom High Jinx and Break Time oil on canvas, 21.5cm x 32cm

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1121 Dutch School (18th/early 19th century) All Night in the Tavern oil on panel, 59cm x 54cm £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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£400 - £600


1135 English School (19th century) Children Before The Fire oil on panel, 39cm x 29cm

1128 English School (19th century) A pair, Feeding the Chickens and Tending the Ducks oils on panel, 34cm x 52cm £200 - £300 1129 English School (19th century) A pair, Heading Out and Returning Home oil on canvas, 44.5cm x 80cm 1130 English School (19th century) A Respectable Family oil on canvas, 50cm x 40cm

1131 English School (19th century) Blowing Bubbles initialled ET, oil on board, 24.5cm x 19cm 1132 English School (19th century) By The River oil on canvas, 20cm x 44cm 1133 English School (19th century) By The Waterfalls oil on canvas, 28cm x 41.5cm 1134 English School (19th century) Cattle Amongst the Heather oil on canvas, 46cm x 76cm

£200 - £300

£100 - £150

1136 English School (19th century) Christ Crowned with Thorns oil on copper panel, 33cm x 25cm Stamped to verso Large Holland

£120 - £180

1138 English School (19th century) Hay Making in the Borders oil on canvas, 29.2cm x 47.5cm

£200 - £300

1137 English School (19th century) Faithful to Their Masters, a Gamekeeper and His Dog oil on board, 29cm x 21.5cm £150 - £200

£100 - £150 £80 - £120 £70 - £100 £80 - £120 £80 - £120

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1139 English School (19th century) Loading the Horse and Cart indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 50cm x 80cm 1140 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Gentleman oil on canvas, 82cm x 64cm 1141 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Gentleman oil on canvas, oval, 72cm x 61.5cm

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£300 - £400

£100 - £150

£100 - £150


1142 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Gentleman of Title oil on panel, 31cm x 25cm

1143 English School (19th century) Portrait of a Lady oil on canvas, 90cm x 69cm 1144 English School (19th century) Shetland Ponies oil on board, 28.5cm x 38cm 1145 English School (19th century) Stealing the Crop oil on canvas, 33.5cm x 48.5cm

1146 English School (19th century) Still Life, Cabbage Leaf and Fruit on a Ledge oil on canvas, 34cm x 34.5cm 1147 English School (19th century) The Humble Conservatoire oil on canvas, 34.5cm x 29.5cm

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1148 English School (19th century) The Riverman’s House oil on panel, 44cm x 59.5cm

£100 - £150

£100 - £150

£100 - £150

£60 - £100

£100 - £150

£200 - £300

£70 - £100

1149 English School (early 19th century) Gun Dogs at Rest indistinctly signed and dated 1800 to verso, oil on canvas, 46cm x 61.3cm £1200 - £1500 1150 English School (early 19th century) The Rent Collector oil on panel, 25.5cm x 20.5cm 1151 English School (late 19th century) Still Life of Oranges in a Bowl oil on canvas, 34cm x 51cm 1152 Etty Horton (fl.1882 -1905) Cattle Watering signed, oil on canvas, 44cm x 34.5cm

£60 - £100

£70 - £100

1153 F Foran (Irish early 20th century) Portrait of F.R.N. Landy O.S.A signed, dated, 1909, oil on canvas, 128cm x 111.5cm £100 - £150

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1159 Frank E Beresford (1881 - 1967) Practising signed, inscribed to verso, oil on board, 39cm x 29cm £60 - £100

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1154 Ferenczy Károly (1862-1917) The Country Artist signed, oil on canvas, 60cm x 80cm

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1160 Frank Gresley (1855-1936) Walking in Dovedale signed, oil on board, 14cm x 23cm

£200 - £300

£250 - £350

1161 Frank Hilder (1861 - 1933) A pair, A Summer’s Evening in the Highlands and Autumn in the Highlands signed, oils on canvas, 29.5cm x 49.5cm £200 - £300

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1155 Flemish School (18th Century) A Mill on Fire oil on panel, 20cm x 26.5cm

1156 Flemish School (early 19th century) Enjoying Pipes and Ale oil on tin, 15cm x 20cm

£600 - £800 £60 - £100

1157 Frances Mabel Hollams (1877-1963) Equine Study, Gameboy signed, oil on panel, 29.8cm x 40.8cm £700 - £1000

1158 Frances Mabel Hollams (1877-1963) Equine Study, Zulu signed and dated ‘52, titled, oil on panel £2000 - £2500

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1162 French School (17th century) La Roman de la Rose oil on oak panel, 38cm x 27cm 1163 Fromentin Ready to Go signed, oil on canvas, 38cm x 46cm

1164 G Colman (20th century) Dawpool, Sailing Ship at Sea signed, oil on canvas, 54.5cm x 75cm

£400 - £600

£100 - £150

1165 G Colman (20th century) Parramatta, Blackwall Frigate at Sea signed, dated 1968, oil on canvas, 53cm x 74cm

£80 - £120

Lauched in 1866, Parramatta was a Scottish ship which sailed between Great Britain, Australia and America. She was the second fastest of the so-called Blackwall frigates, and worked until 1898 when she was lost at sea while sailing from Texas to England. £80 - £120 1166 George Breakwell (19th century) Sons of Temperance signed, inscribed to verso, oil on canvas, 29cm x 39cm £80 - £120 1167 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) Portrait of a Lady signed, oil on canvas, 75cm x 62cm

1168 Hector Chalmers (1849 - 1943) Homewards signed, oil on board, 27cm x 36cm

£200 - £300

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£60 - £80

1169 Henri Carnier (Karl Kauffman 1843-1901) A pair, A Street in Cairo and Alexandria signed, oil on panel, 30.4cm x 17.4cm £600 - £700 1170 Henrie Pitcher (19th/early 20th century) A Crofter’s Tea signed, dated 11, oil on canvas, 30cm x 19.5cm £100 - £150 1171 Italian School (18th century) Christ oil on panel, 51cm x 47cm 1172 Italian School (18th century) Seraphic Putto oil on canvas, 43.5cm x 36cm

£60 - £100

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1175 Italian School (19th Century) Sorting the Catch oil on panel, 22cm x 28cm

£100 - £150

1176 Italian School (20th century) Venetian Canal Market with Boats and Figures indistinctly signed, inscribed to verso, 48cm x 67cm £100 - £150 1177 J Fairhurst (20th Century) Picnic on the Beach signed, dated ‘85, acrylic on board, 30cm x 43cm £60 - £100 1178 J G Snape (19th century) The Finishing Touch, the young Irishman tended by his sweetheart signed, en-grisaille oil on board, 59cm x 44cm £100 - £150 1179 J Bourne (fl. 1877) Still Life, Flowers in Bloom, Ripe Fruits and a Green Parrot signed, dated 1877, oil on paper laid on board, 41cm x 48.5cm £100 - £150 1180 Jack Keay (American Bn.1907) The Blue Blouse, Portrait of a Young Woman signed, oil on board, 44cm x 39cm £150 - £200 1181 Jesse Rona (1900-2000) Adoration of the Maharaja signed, oil on panel, 60.5cm x 93cm

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1173 Italian School (18th century) The Madonna oil on oval copper panel, 22cm x 16cm 1174 Italian School (19th century) Portrait of a Merchant oil on panel, 21.5cm x 17.5cm

1182 Joan Somerville (20th century) Chocolate Therapy signed, oil on board, 59cm square

£500 - £700

1183 Joseph Knight (1837 - 1909) Extensive Landscape with Waterfall signed, oil on board, 23cm x 40cm

£50 - £70

1184 K Liaupheimer (19th century) The Poacher signed, oil on panel, 20.9cm x 19cm 1185 Ken Hammond (Bn.1948) Sailing Boats on a Choppy Sea signed, oil on canvas, 23cm x 49cm 1186 Ken Hammond (Bn.1948) Unloading the Catch signed, oil on canvas, 23cm x 49cm

1187 Lucien Potronat (Bn. 1889) Cote d’ Azur, Sunshine at Le Canadel signed, oil on canvas, 39cm x 79cm

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£300 - £500 £300 - £400 £80 - £120 £200 - £300 £60 - £100 £60 - £100 £300 - £400


1192 Paul Falconer Poole (1807 - 1879) The Tartan Shawl signed, dated 1859, oil on board, 29cm x 21cm£100 - £150 1193 Pierre de Clausade Pins sur la Cote, Bretagne signed, dated 1973, oil on canvas, 43.5cm x 53cm £150 - £250

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1188 Michael Barnfather (Bn.1934) Talent Spotting at Caernavon Bridge, Wales signed, oil on canvas, 37cm x 108cm

1194 Raffael Frigerio (1875-1948) A pair, The Peasant Farmer and His Wife signed, oil on canvas, 40cm x 30cm £150 - £200

£200 - £300

1195 Reginald Mills (fl.1921 - 1938) A Society Portrait signed, oil on panel, 44.5cm x 37cm £100 - £150

1189 Michael Barnfather (Bn.1934) Winford Church signed, dated 67, oil on hardboard panel, 29cm x 60cm £200 - £300 1190 Michelangelo Meucci (Italian 1840-1909) Trompe L’Oeil, Still Life Cray Fish and Lemons, on a marble slab signed and dated 187, oil on canvas, oval, 41cm x 54cm £250 - £350

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1196 Robert Kelsey (Scottish, Bn.1949) Windy Day on a Scottish Homestead signed, dated ‘80, watercolour and gouache, 31cm x 38cm £300 - £500 1197 Rosler (19th century) The Connoisseurs signed, oil on canvas, previous work to verso, 56cm x 46cm £300 - £500 1198 S M Weir Sovereign Path with Lester Piggott signed, oil on canvas, 44cm x 59cm; a black and white finish line photograph of Sovereign Path and Lester Piggott at Ascot 1960, 29cm x 37cm, with breeder’s handwritten notes in an envelope to verso (2) £100 - £150

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1199 Schafer A Flemish Town signed with monogram, oil on canvas, 40cm x 29.5cm £150 - £200

1191 Anglo-Irish School (early 18th century) Portrait of Lady Fermor, wife of Baron Leominster oil on canvas, 125cm x 99cm £2000 - £2500

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1200 1200 Stanley Royale (1888 - 1961) The Homestead Autumn signed, oil on canvas, 51cm x 61cm, framed £3000 - £5000

1203 Thomas Grimshaw of Derby (19th century) Portrait of Eliza Harris of Wootton Hall, with her George Manley Harris signed, dated 1843, oil on canvas, 145cm x 145cm Eliza

1201 Swiss School (late 19th/early 20th century) Breaching the Divide monogrammed, watercolour and gouache, 24.5cm x 16.5cm £100 - £150

Harris (née Lady Amphlett) married William Harris, squire and Lord of the Manor of Wootton Hall, Nottinghamshire. Her son George was 3rd son by the squire and when this portrait was painted he was aged 4 years old. See label to verso. £1400 - £1500

1202 Theodor Grust (German 1859 - 1919) Smiling Reflection signed, oil on tin panel, 25cm x 19cm £500 - £700

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1204 Van Der Bruggen Still Life, Flowers and Fruit on a Ledge initialled VB, oil on canvas, 83cm x 64cm

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£7000 - £10000


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1205 Venetian School (18th/early 19th century) Harbour at Sunset oil on panel, 19cm x 15.5cm £100 - £150

1207 William Mellor (1851-1931) Burbage Brook, Padley Woods, Derbyshire signed, titled to verso, oil on canvas, 31cm x 45.5cm £1000 - £1200

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1206

1208 William Stanely (19th century) Resting the Flock signed, oil on canvas, 54.5cm x 85cm

1206 William Edward Webb (fl.1862 - 1903) At Work in the Estuary signed with initials, dated 1891, oil on panel, 62cm x 80cm £500 - £700

1209 School of G.W. Mote (1832-1909) Ewhurst, Near Guildford signed, dated 1889, oil on canvas, 39cm x 59cm £200 - £300

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Prints

1215 After Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-1976) Old Town Hall, Middlesbrough, coloured reproduction, unsigned, limited edition 341/850, blind stamp, 42cm x 31cm £80 - £120

1228 John Harvey (20th century), by and after, Sea-Song, limited print, numbered in pencil 2/40, titled in pencil, signed in pencil, 34.5cm x 34.5cm £50 - £70

1217 Cecil Charles Windsor Aldin (1870 - 1935), by and after, The Chase, coloured etching, signed in pencil, 33cm x 68cm £60 - £80

1230 N Ploszczynski, by, N Felix Esq., after, The Eleven of England, Selected to Contend in the Great Cricket Match of the North For the Year 1847, monochrome print, published by Baily Brothers, Cornhill, Nov 20th 1847, 61cm x 73cm, maple frame £150 - £200

1229 Kathleen Caddick (bn. 1937), by and after, Meadow Gate, lithographic print, numbered in pencil 48/200, titled in pencil, signed in pencil, 37.5cm x 29cm; another, Park Gate, lithographic print, numbered in 119/200, titled in pencil, signed in pencil, 30cm x 36cm £50 - £80

1216 Bryan Organ (bn. 1935), by and after, a set of four, Leopard, Lioness, Lion, Tiger, numbered in pencil 83/150, signed in pencil, limited edition screen print, 25.5cm x 24.5cm £80 - £120

1218 F. Seymour Haden (1818-1910), by and after, Dundrum River, proof etching, 16cm x 14.5cm £40 - £60

1231 Sir William Beechey (1753-1839), after, His Most Excellent Majesty George the Third, By The Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith & c. & c. & c., engraved and published October 25th 1810 by William Skelton, Pimlico, London, 44.5cm x 34cm £50 - £80

1219 George Cruikshank 1792-1878, Staffordshire Courtship, after George Moutard Woodward, publ by Thos Tegg Cheapside London, hand-coloured engraving, 26cm x 35cm; another, similar, Twelfth Night; Sung by Mr Norman at the Theatre Royalty, Well Street, 19cm x 21cm £50 - £70

1220 Giorgio de Chirico (1888 - 1978), by and after, Chevaux, a colour lithograph, signed in pencil, numbered 105/250, 43cm x 32cm £120 - £180

1232 Tessa Beaver (bn. 1932), by and after, a pair, Mushrooms and Onions, lithographic prints, numbered in pencil 66/150, titled in pencil, signed in pencil, 31cm x 47.5cm £50 - £70

1221 Graham Clarke (bn. 1941), by and after, Goût de Grenouille, lithographic, numbered in pencil 37/250, titled in pencil, signed in pencil, 57cm x 70cm £60 - £100

1233 Theodore Roussel (1847-1926), by and after, The Window-Cleaner, signed proof etching, 19cm x 12.2cm £40 - £60

1222 Helen Bradley, 1900-1979, after, Blackpool Beach, signed by the artist in pencil, 45cm x 60cm £80 - £120

1234 Toyokuni, after, a Japanese woodblock print, of a man wearing Geta, 36cm x 24cm; another, after Kunisada, 36.5cm x 24.5cm (2) £60 - £100

1223 Henri Matisse, after, Femme au Chapeau (1939), lithograph,31.5cm x 22.5cm Provenance: Goldmark Gallery, Rutland £200 - £300

1236 James Green, by, A Plan Showing the Lines & the relative Situations of the intended Nottingham Canal, and of the Erewash Canal; and also the Commencement of the Cromford Canal, of the Soar Navigation, and of the intended Grantham Canal, Engraved by J. Wigley Nottingm. (sic), 1791, 38.5cm x 38.5cm £50 - £70

1224 J A McNeil Whistler (1834-1903), by and after, Chelsea, etching, 13.5cm x 20cm £40 - £60

1225 James Gillray, by and after, A Barbers-Shop in Assize Time, coloured engraving, published by G. Humphrey, May 15th 1818, no. 582, 42cm x 57.5cm £60 - £100

1237 Speed (John), Northamtonshire (sic), hand coloured engraved map, inset town plans of Nor thampton and Peterborough, arms of all those honourable families, 33.5cm x 44cm, framed £100 - £150

1226 Jeremy King (bn. 1933), by and after, a set of three, Winter Landscape, numbered in pencil 185/200, signed in pencil, 39cm x 52cm £50 - £70 1227 John Harvey (20th century), by and after, Ear th Spirit, print, numbered in pencil 5/40, titled in pencil, signed in pencil, 34cm x 34.5cm £50 - £70 For more images please visit

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Books

1239 Darwin (Bernard), et al., A History of Golf in Great Britain, With a foreward by Sir George Cunningham, GCIE, KCSI, Cassell & Company Ltd., London 1952, first edition, 312pp, five colour plates, numerous black and white illustrations, full green morocco binding by the Chelsea Bindery, raised spine banding, tooled in gilt, cream endpapers, gilt edges, quarto £60 - £100

1898 illustrated in pen and ink with an anthropomorphic and unsigned drawing of cats in the manner of Louis Wain, sojourns in Malta and Karachi represented later on, the leaves measuring 26.5cm x 36cm, bound in a period full leather album tooled with lozenges and gilded bands

John Edward Wade (`1825-1899) was a Hull timber merchant who in 1889 rented, from the Sykes baronets of Tatton, the house at Brantingham Thorpe, just west of Hull, which had been heavily rebuilt by George Devey in 18681876. (The residence is illustrated on the first leaf of the album with signatures of the family members along with posed and leisurely photographic portraits.) £60 - £100

1240 Sowerby (James), English Botany; Or, Coloured Figures of British Plants, With Their Essential Characters, Synonyms, and the Places of Growth, J. Davies, 1790-1794, three volumes, 72pp + 71pp + 71pp, with hand coloured engravings by James Edward Smith, bound in period marbled boards, raised leather spine with gilt banding, red leather title label, title in gilt (missing title pages) £200 - £250

1244 An unusual late Victorian manuscript history of the Keith family, 69 pages of manuscript, handrawn illustrations and pasted ephemera, including an etymological discourse on the surname, an inventory of the ‘Pictures at Keith Hall’ in 1759, a pencil drawing of an original portrait of Marshall Keith on Glamis Castle notepaper, biographical notes on noted family members, a pasted silhouette of Lady Catherine Margaret Keith, printed invitations to The Keith Hall Fox Hounds and breakfast with Lord Kintore at ‘8, Princess Street, Edinburgh’, the gilt-edged leaves measure 22cm x 19cm, marbled pastedown, bound in a full purple leather journal, tooled and with a brass clasp £60 - £100

1241 A late Victorian scrapbook, the half leather bound book containing various scraps, including car toons from Punch, clipped topographical postcards, engraved plates from books, poems and short stories, the front pastedown with ownership inscription of ‘Randal Norman Neale from his Grannie 1st Sept. 1891’, the leaves measuring 27.7cm x 22.5cm £70 - £100

1245 Brickdale Blakeway (John) and Owen (Hugh), A History of Shrewsbury, Harding, Lepard, and Co., London 1825, two-volume set, 586pp + 567pp, with various antiquarian engravings and genealogical tables, original boards printed with the title in a Romanesque archaway, 4to £100 - £150

1246 Davies (the Rev. D.P.), A New Historical and Descriptive View of Derbyshire, From The Remotest Period To The Present Time, S.Mason, Belper 1811, 717pp, 8vo, containing John Cary’s map of Derbyshire and engravings, later rebound in half brown calf binding, titled in gilt to spine, raised banding £60 - £100

1243

1247 de la Quintiney (Jean-Baptiste), The Complete Gard’ner: Or, Directions for Cultivating and Right Ordering of Fruit-Gardens and Kitchen-Gardens, With the Gardener’s Kallender, directing what is to be done every Month in the Year, To which is prefix’d, An Addrefs to the Nobility and Gentry by J.Evelyn, Efq (sic), seventh edition, A. and W. Bell, London 1719, 8vo, (36) + 325 {page 24 misprinted as ‘42’} + (7) pp., engraved frontispiece, illustrated with pull out engravings, woodcuts and vignettes, in period tooled calf £60 - £100

1243 An interesting late Victorian country house visitor's book belonging to the Wade family of Hull, the stiff card leaves signed by visiting guests and pasted with images of the country houses visited, including Quemby Hall, Leicestershire, Slane Castle, County Meath, Ireland and signed by the Conyngham family, Headfor t House, County Meath, Ireland, Headington Hill Hall, Oxford - signed by the Morrell family, Tranby Croft, Yorkshire (scene of the Royal Baccarat Scandal of 1890), the leaf for Christmas

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1249 Edinburgh: In The Olden Time Displayed In A Series of Sixty-Three Original Views Between The Years 1717 and 1828, Reproduced In Facsimile From The Original Drawings, Thomas George Stevenson, Edinburgh 1880, limited edition 171/355, period half leather bound folio £60 - £80

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1248 Ecclesiasitcal Sammelband - Barlow (William), The Summe and Substance of the Conference, which, it pleafed his Excellent Maieftie to haue with the Lords, Bifhops, and other of his Clergie, (at which the moft of the Lordes of the Councell were prefent), in his Maiefties Priuy-Chamber, at Hampton Cour t, January 14. 1603 (sic), John Windet, London 1604, (5) + 103 pp., title-page printed with a woodblock of James I’s coat of arms, block printed with vignettes throughout; Peckard (Peter), Farther Observations on the Doctrine of an Intermediate State, In Anfwer to The Rev. Dr Mor ton’s Queries (sic), L. Davis and C. Reymers, London 1757, 73 + (1) pp, vignettes, with scathing period manuscript note to last page; Hull (the Rev. Edward), Three Sermons on The Seventeenth Ar ticle of the Church of England, G. Cruickshank, Liverpool 1821, 59 pp; Anonymous [Richard Watson, D.D., Bishop of Llandaff], Considerations on the Expediency of Revising the Liturgy and Articles of the Church of England: In Which Notice is taken of the Objections to that Meafure, urged in Two late Pamphlets, by A Consistent Protestant (sic), T. Cadell, London 1790, (1) + 112 pp; Anonymous [Conyers Middleton], A Letter to Dr. Waterland; Containing fome Remarks on his Vindication of Scripture: In Anfwer to a Book, intituled, Chriftianity as Old as the Creation. Together with The Sketch or Plan of Another Anfwer to the faid Book, J. Peele, London 1731, 67 pp; Anonymous [Conyers Middleton], A Defence of the Letter to Dr. Waterland; Againft the falfe and frivolous Cavils of The Author of the Reply, J. Peele, London 1732, 94 pp; Speech of C.N. Newdegate, Esq., M.P., on the State of Ireland and the Proposal for the Establishment of a Roman Catholic University. House of Commons, March 13, 1868, Office, London 1868, 14pp, all bound together in period Victorian calf £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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1250 Grose (Francis), The Antiquities of England and Wales, S. Hooper, London 1773-1776, first edition, fourvolume set, the text illustrated throughout with parallel engravings of antiquarian and topographical scenes, period full leather binding, the spines decorated in gilt with Adamesque devices in compartments, titled, numbered, 4to

Francis Grose FSA (1731-1791) was an English antiquary, draughtsman and lexicographer. His interest was in the field of medieval remains, which were beginning to exercise an increasing grip on the public imagination. Unashamedly this work was aimed at the popular market. Essentially it targeted those who wanted to know about antiquities but had neither time nor means to visit them in person. The fourth and last volume came out in June 1776, and Grose almost immediately began work on a supplement. £300 - £500

1251 Hanbury (the Rev. Mr.), The History of the Rise and Progress of the Charitable Foundations at Church-Langton: Together with the Different Deeds of Trust of that Eftablifhment (sic), Printed for the Benefit of the Charity, London 1767, 8vo, (2) + 469 + (3) pp., including errata leaf and advertisement, period calf binding, spine applied with red leather title label, raised banding, originial owner’s ink inscription to title page £40 - £60 113

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1252 Haslem (John), The Derby China Factor y: The Workmen and Their Productions, George Bell and Sons, London 1876, containing various coloured plates, original cloth boards £40 - £60

1256 Richards (William), The Complete Penman; Or Young Clerk’s Companion; Exemplified In all the Various Hands and Forms of Bufinefs, Extracted from the Beft Performances of the moft Eminent Masters: Together with Several Original Pieces (sic), Printed for J Robinson at the Golden Lion in Ludgate Street, London, c. 1780, 94 demonstrative engravings, 8vo, bound with, A Compendious System of Arithmetick (sic) & co, both with annotations and various owner’s inscriptions, marbled boards and par tial period calf spine, the front board titled in ink £40 - £60

1253 Illumination - Anon., The Sermon on the Mount, Day and Son, London 1861, illuminated by W. & G.Hudlsey, with illustrations by Charles Rolt, chromolithographs by W.R.Thomas, the 27 leaves measuring 55cm x 42.5cm illuminated in various colours with text and within floral vignettes, folio; another similar, smaller (2) £50 - £80 1254 Jamin (Léon), Du Menusier, two por tfolios containing c.200 engraving of architectural plans, elevations and perspectives, elephant folio, Bibliothèque de l’Enseignement Professionnel, Paris 1904, the cloth and board por tfolios dated later for 1907 and printed with decorative vignettes of an architect flanked by symbols of learning and the arts, ribbon ties £100 - £150

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1257 Sculteti (Abrahami), Medulae Theologiae Par tum Pars prima: inqua Theologia Patrum, Qui Ante Nicaenum Concilium Floruerunt, Methodo Analytica & fyntherica expreffa eft. Editio ter tia, prioribus emendatior & Analyft Actorum concilii Nicaeni auctior. Cum Praefatione Davidis Parei D. (sic), Excudebat Nicolaus Schrammius, Neapoli Nemetum, 1605, 400pp + index, full period vellum binding, raised banding, various period annotations and marginalia, par ticularly to front pastedown, bookplate to back pastedown, the leaves measuring 20cm x 15cm

Abraham Scultetus (1566-1625) was cour t preacher to Frederick V, Elector of the Palatinate and a professor of theology of the Calvinist persuasion. After his studies Scultetus moved into the circle of the cour t and in 1595 was working for the elector himself. His influence was apparent when he accompanied Frederick V on his honeymoon; later manifesting in him urging Frederick to accept the kingdom of Bohemia in 1619. Additionally, he acted as the Palatinate’s representative at the Synod of Dor t of 1618-1619. David Pareus (1548-1622), was a colleague of Scultetus’ at Heidelberg where they both held professorships in the Old Testament. £100 - £150

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1255 Moore (Sir Jonas), A New Systeme of the Mathematicks, The Second Volume. Containing I. Aftronomical Tables, with Tabled of Logarithms, Natural and Artificial Sines and Tangents, and Verfed Sines, & c., II. A New Geography, or a Defcription of the moft Eminent Countries and Coafts of the World, with Maps of them, and Tables of their Latitude and Longtitude (sic), Printed by A. Godbid and J. Playford, for Robert Scott, Bookfeller in Little Britain, London 1681, 384pp + ivpp + 56pp + 30pp, 51 maps (including Virginia, New Mexico and Florida), bound in period calf, 4to. Rare £150 - £200

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1258 Symon (Patrick), The Parable of the Pilgrim: Written to a Friend., Printed by Robert White for Francis Tyton, at the Sign of the three Daggers in Fleet-Street, London 1678, fifth edition, 527pp, later half leather binding £150 - £200

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1259 The Antiquities of Great Britain:Volume I, T. Hearne and W. Byrne, London 1786, a half leather bound folio of 31 engravings by W. Byrne and S. Middiman from drawings by Thomas Hearne, manuscript title and contents on frontis page, engraved title page by Byrne after Hearne, folio £80 - £120

1262 Wagner (Richard), Siegfried & The Twilight of the Gods, With Illustrations by Arthur Rackham, translated by Margaret Armour, William Heinemann, London 1911, 182pp, 8vo, 30 tipped-in colour plates, publisher’s buckram binding, titled to front board and spine in gilt; Wagner (Richard), The Rhinegold & The Valkyrie, With Illustrations by Ar thur Rackham, translated by Margaret Armour, William Heinemann, London 1910, 160pp, 8vo, 34 tipped-in colour plates, publisher’s buckram binding, titled to front board and spine in gilt (2) £100 - £150

1260 The Dispatches of Field Marshal The Duke of Wellington. During His Various Campaigns In India, Denmark, Portugal, Spain, The Low Countries, and France. Compiled from Official and Other Authentic Documents by the late Colonel Gurwood, C.B., K.C.T.S., new and enlarged edition, volumes I to VIII and the indices, John Murray, London 1852, 8vo, later half leather binding in green morocco, gilt title and bands to spine. From the library of H.V.T.Percival RN, Officer in Charge of the Wellington Museum £100 - £150

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1263 William Bemrose’s Personal Copy - A Descriptive Catalogue of Porcelain and Other Art Objects in the Collection of William Bemrose, F.S.A. of Elmhurst, Derby, privately printed, 1898, photographic frontispiece mxi + 61pp, leather spine titled in gilt, the boards covered in a red and white cloth printed with scenes of playful Japanese boys taking tea in traditional dress, in a landscape of blossoming lofty trees, plates of items and photographic plates of the interior of Elmhurst containing various additional manuscript pages written in ink with extra catalogue entries for pieces acquired after the 1898 publication but before Bemrose’s death in 1908 and illustrated in pencil and colours throughout by the owner’s hand £150 - £200

1261

1261 The Preacher illuminated by Owen Jones, Longman & Co., London 1849, 32pp of illuminated manuscript and vignettes in vibrant colours, pastedown with stiff acanthus and gilt tooled leather borders, leather spine, the simulated oak boards carved in the Gothic Revival taste, 8vo. Scarce. The illuminated text of ‘The Preacher’ is taken from chapters I to XII of the Book of Ecclesiastes, the King James Bible of 1611. ‘The London firm of Remnant & Edmonds specialised in unusual bindings. Books from their bindery appeared with sides in decorated vellum, velvet, ar t-silk inlaid with gold, porcelain, tor toiseshell, flock, coloured paper and brightly-stained roan. Their pièce de résistance was The Preacher, 1849, by Owen Jones.’ See Quayle, The Collector’s Book of Books, page 111 £80 - £120

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1264 An indenture, with seal, George III, 1762, being a judgement by Sir Charles Pratt Chief Jusdtice of the Common pleas in a dispute between Charles Stafford Gentleman and Francis Plumtre, gentleman over rights to the manor of Cottered Yardley, Herts., with land in Rushden, Hitchin, Great Wymondlen and Walswor th totalling 5 houses with land, 3 dovehouses and a total of 1500 acres bringing in a yearly rent of £3 - 10s - 8d per annum, vellum 33 x 26in (84 x 68.5cm), with portrait of Geiorge III top left and engraved header, great seal with tin attached at foot, loose in modern gilt and glazed frame. Charles Stafford was a descendant of the notable Tudor courtier, William Stafford of Cottered, MP. Francis Plumtre was the fourth son of John Plumtre of Plumtre and Nottingham (1679-1745) and younger brother of John Plumtre MP of Fredville Park, Kent, ancestor of the present Lord FitzWalter. £80 - £120

1267 Gold Mining Shares, The South Eastern Gold Mining Company Limited, (1929) unissued 5 shares of £1 certificates, vg [27] £80 - £120

1268 Photographs, 19th and early 20th century albums and other ephemera including interesting 4pp AL dated 14.1.17 relating a British Ser viceman’s escape from a torpedoed ship; Photographs, India, North Africa etc, pasted and loose in albums including Military £100 - £150

1269 Political ephemera, contemporar y manuscripts, opinions and discussion of the Home Rule controversy of Gladstone’s policy £40 - £60 1270 Travel - Tribal Africa and Middle East - World War II - an interesting photograph album, compiled by 102243 Flight Lieutenant B H Russell RAF, documenting his travels around Eritrea, Egypt and Palestine, showing Tutankhamun's tomb, pyramids, native peoples, animals and landmarks £60 - £100

1265 Comics, Mickey Mouse weekly, issues from Feb 1936 to 1937 £150 - £200

1266 Education, fascinating and possibly unique ephemera relating to F.H. Winchester who for 40 years was Headmaster of Brightling National School, East Sussex, including School Notes of Lessons book dated 1875, reused with letters pasted in sent by parents excusing children from attendance, including ‘Alice.... will not com to school aney more..... she is dead five weeks ago’; also letters relating to the distribution of alms; newspaper cutting relating to Mr. Winchester ; other items including Brightling Attendance Medal issued to Cyril Winchester, who for many years was a reporter for the Kent Messenger; topographical postcards; few coins etc £80 - £120

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Day Two

Wednesday 4th March at 2.00pm

Collectors’ Items

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Medals

1280 Medals, World War One, Pair 63156 CPL W.H. GILL MANCH R.in box of issue; William Henr y Gill was a schoolmaster who also served as 66175 Northumberland Fusiliers; in Princess Mary Tin with card for 1915; VR collars and Cheshire shoulder title; copy photograph of man £40 - £60

Infy. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During our attack the services rendered by this N.C.O. were most valuable; he kept his platoon well in hand, and afforded every information to his company officer as to the needs of the situation. He led an attack on and captured an enemy machine-gun that was causing casualties, and near the final objective, with a bombing par ty, he captured another machine-gun and two officers and fifty men. He showed great courage throughout and set a fine example to his men. His original citation contains some additional information, No. 2059 Sergt. Alfred John Parr, 59th Bn., Australian Imperial Force. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty at VILLERS BRETONNEUX, East of AMIENS During the attack on the night of 24th/25th April 1918……. 2nd Lieutenant Parr died aged 24, 1st October 1918 of wounds received on the 29th September 1918, his name appears on the Loughborough Roll of Honour; having been on display at the Carillon War Memorial, Loughborough, the medal is being sold by a direct descendent [1] £2500 - £3000

1281 Medals, World War One, Double Gallantry Group of Five, Military Cross, Distinguished Conduct, 1914/15 Trio, with boxed group of contemporary miniatures with Oak leaf on Victory; LIEUT T.E. PALMER, (48769 SJT T.E. PALMER R.E. on star, 48769 SJT T.E. PALMER 18/D.S. CO R.E. on D.C.M.), Military Cross boxed, un-named as issued; with contemporary locket in gold coloured metal with a miniature portrait of an officer, raised initials to front (24gm gross); D.C.M. London Gazette 20th October 1916; Medal Index Card indicates medals were claimed in 1927, a second entry confirms D.C.M. as 18th Division Signal Company; 13th September 1918 London Gazette records Temp 2nd Lieutenant T.E. Palmer M.C. raised to Temporary Lieutenant £1500 - £2500

1284 Medals, World War One, British War, CH 2411 -SPTE W. WISHART R.M.L.I.; World War Two, Defence; Police Exemplar y Ser vice, EIIR, INSPR JOHN T. LILLEY; coins, Crowns 1951, 1953 (4), others [lot] £50 - £80

1282 Medals, Royal Marines Victorian Pair, Baltic, Navy Long Service Good Conduct, QV, first engraved unofficially, but very competently, CORPL G. WESLEY RM,the second officially named GE WESLEY SERGT 2ND CO RMLI 21 YRS, VF-EF [2] £200 - £300

1285 Medals, World War One, Pair, 21820 PTE J. O. HARRISON W RID R, boxed with Registered Envelope addressed Derby; World War Two, soldier’s Release Book 14909060 R.J. HARRISON, family Active Ser vice letters; Defence, boxed and addressed L.A. DERRINGTON, DERBY; petrol coupons etc; Rolls Royce booklets, etc.[lot] £50 - £80

1283 Medal, World War One, Australian Officer Gallantry, later casualty, Distinguished Conduct, GV, 2059 SJT A. PARR 59/AUS T:INF:, VF; later 2nd Lieutenant Alfred John Parr, 59th Battalion Australian Imperial Force, awarded D.C.M. for actions in Villers Bretonneux, East of Amiens, 24th/25th April 1918; Alfred Parr, a Methodist, was born in Beeston, Nottinghamshire in 1894, and emigrated to Australia shortly before the outbreak of war; enlisted voluntarily, aged 21, as 2059 Private 59th Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force on March 3rd 1915, giving his occupation as farmer, his mother, Mrs Elizabeth A. Newbon , who had remarried, was next of kin; 1901 Census Parr was living aged 7, 19 Ratcliff Road, Loughborough, with his mother and stepfather, he attended Emanuel Boys School Loughborough; by 1911 Census they had moved to 72 Pinfold Gate, Loughborough where he is described as a ‘foundry worker’; Parr was wounded on 18th July 1915 on the Gallipoli Peninsula, rejoining the regiment on the 11th September ; he was promoted Lance Corporal 4th December 1915 (11th December on other documents), Corporal 15th October 1916, Sergeant on 6th December 1916, Temporary Colour Sergeant Major (W.O. CL2) 1st May 1918 and 2nd Lieutenant 18th September 1918; He was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for actions of the 24th/25th April 1918. Gazetted 3rd September 1918 2059 Sjt. A. J. Parr, For more images please visit

1286 Medals, World War Two, Royal Air Force, M.I.D., Group of Five, 1939/45, Africa, Defence, War (laurel leaf), R.A.F. Long Ser vice Good Conduct, EIIR, ACT W/O H.B. STONE (613416) R.A.F.; RAF cap badge, cloth badges; Mentioned in Despatches framed cer tificate London Gazette 1st January 1945; Stone’s Airman’s Service and Pay Books (2); Hiroshima, photographs of the aftermath; Royal Air Force (Iraq) Swimming Certificate 613416 L.A.C. Stone H.B.; SHAPE PARIS FRANCE, Cer tificate of Appreciation Warrant Officer Herber t B. Stone, 1954-56, other correspondence from Supreme Headquar ters, including letters of commendation from John Schweizer Brigadier General USAF; contemporary photographs; Royal Warrant appointing Stone Warrant Officer 1960; framed photograph of man as Flight Sergeant; other letters; R.A.O.B. silver jewels, named to Stone (2) and cer tificates; Defence and War attributed to Stone’s wife 2024537 CPL F.I. STONE; Airwoman Ser vice and Release Book, 2024537 CPL F.I. STONE; Framed Gratitude Certificate from the People of Moy 1939-45 CPL F..I STONE W.A.A.F. [lot] £120 - £150 118

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1287 Medals, World War One, Pair, 2918 PTE P.J. NORTH, NOTTS & DERBY R; Percy J. North, also no.200766; Loyal Regiment sweetheart [3] £30 - £40

1296 Medals, Palestine and World War Two, Group of Six, General Service, George VI, bar Palestine, 1939/45, Africa (N. Africa 1942-43 bar), Defence, War, 1937 Coronation, CPL F.F.G. POTTER R.A.F., later W/O; with silver cigarette case (128gm) engraved W/O F.F.G. POTTER ‘ONLY FOREVER XMAS 1941’, with Coronation Official Certificate named to FREDERICK FRANK GEORGE POTTER; German Peppiatt Arabic propaganda £1 bank note (faults) [lot] £100 - £150

1288 Medals, World War Two, Derbyshire Yeomanr y Group of Six, 1939/45, Africa (1st Army bar), Italy, Defence, War, Territorial Force Efficiency GVI 7889858 TPR G.W.PRESTON DERBY YEO, mounted for wear [6] £70 - £100

Militaria

1289 World War One, 1914 Star, 13426 PTE E.E.BAILEY 1/G.GDS, Ernest Edward Bailey of St. Chads, Derby, died of wounds at home 2nd December 1914; Special Constabulary EIIR RONALD E. BRADBEER [2] £70 - £100

1300 A Royal Naval commander’s dress uniform, comprising jacket, belt and epaulets, the latter with japanned tin, by J Gieve & Sons; another jacket, for a Lieutenant (4) £100 - £150

1290 Medals, World War Two, Group of Four, 1939/45, Atlantic, Burma with Pacific bar, War ; another identical group; Masonic pin in box £80 - £100

1301 Germany, Third Reich, Flag, Dt-Reichskriegsfl. 150 250, large format, stained, possibly with blood £100 - £200

1291 Medals, World War One, Pair, 241900 PTE H. M. BUSBRIDGE E. KENT R., in boxes of issue; Horace Busbridge also served as 420977 Labour Corps; with his war diary 1917-18; silver fobs with the initials HB (2); few banknotes mostly not-geld; World War Two, A.R.P. silver lapel badge; Coin, Silver Crown 1889, etc [lot] £60 - £80

1302 Germany, Third Reich, Flag, Dt-Reichskriegsfl. 150 250, large format, with rope attachment £100 - £200

1303 Germany, Third Reich, Flag, Reichsdflg 0.50 x 0.85, KRESS St. Tönis £60 - £90

1292 Medals, World War Two, Mentioned in Despatches, Group of Five, 1939/45, France & Germany with laurel leaf, Defence, War, Territorial Force Efficiency, GVI, 4975790 PTE E. J. BERRY FORESTERS £60 - £80

1304 Germany, Third Reich, Luftwaffe Machete, in scabbard, by Alcoso, Solingen, guard modified by grinding down, probably at the time £150 - £200

1305 Germany, Third Reich, Naval Officer’s Dirk with ivory celluloid grip, etched blade, complete with buckles and hanger, by Carl Eickhorn, Solingen £300 - £400

1293 Medals, World War Two, Group of Six, 1939/45, Africa (8th Army bar), Italy, France & Germany, Defence, War, with compliments slip and Royal Ar tiller y grenade badge £40 - £50

1306 Germany, Third Reich, Naval Pennant, Grand Admiral, eagle and swastika on iron cross with crossed devices, white with blue border, minor moth holes, 12’’ x 12’’ £100 - £200

1294 Medals, World War One, World War Two, replacement group of nine, Militar y cross, 1914/15 trio (name erased), 1939/45, Burma, War, Defence, Territorial Decoration GRI bar Territorial, court mounted with related group of miniatures, each in The Aldershot Stores boxes; attributed by vendor to ‘Donald MacIver, R.A.M.C. £300 - £400

1307 Germany, Third Reich, Naval, Auxillar y Cruiser Badge, two part construction, vertical pin back, no maker’s name £80 - £100

1308 Germany, Third Reich, Naval, Coastal Ar tiller y Badge, vertical pin back, by DH, traces of gilding £50 - £80

1295 Medals, World War Two, M.I.D. Group of Six, 1939/45, Africa (1st Army bar), Italy, France & Germany, Defence, War, with box of issue and ribbon bar with Oak Leaf, T/197428 CORPL W. TOWLE R.A.S.C., with M.I.D. Cer tificate dated 24th August 1944, with newspaper ‘cutting’ indicating M.I.D. relating to Italy £70 - £90

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1309 Germany, Third Reich, Naval, Destroyer’s Badge, horizontal pin, catch missing, by S.H.u Co, gilding £50 - £80

1310 Germany, Third Reich, Naval, Destroyer’s Badge, ver tical pin back, no maker’s name, AJ owner’s initials engraved to reverse, traces of gilding remaining £80 - £100

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Weapons

1311 Germany, Third Reich, Naval, E Boat Badge, horizontal fluted pin, FEC W.E.PEEKHAUS BERLIN, AUSF. SCHWERIN BERLIN 68, much gilding remaining £100 - £150

1331 A 12 Bore Side by Side Double Barrel Hammer Action Ejector Shotgun, the 76cm nitro damascus barrels, with top lever break, dog engraved lockplate, walnut stock with chequered fore-end and grip, the butt with metal heel *** A Shotgun Licence is required to purchase and collect this lot*** £150 - £200

1312 Germany, Third Reich, Naval, Minesweeper’s Badge, ver tical fluted pin, by R.K. (Rudolf Karneth), much gilding remaining £100 - £150 1313 Germany, Third Reich, Navy, tin, bullion and cloth badges including Silver Bullion badges (2); gold bullion Eagle and swastika, tin badges (3 all with faults); Service Medals four years silvered with integral loop and ring, twelve years gilded with integral loop [9] £100 - £150

1332 A 19th century double-barrelled percussion pistol, 12cm barrels, chequered lock plate, folding triggers, fluted stock, steel butt cap with lanyard ring, 22cm long overall, c.1840 £150 - £200 1333 A 19th century Prussian infantry officer’s sword, the 80.5cm single-edged fullered blade inscribed Weyersberg & Co, Solingen, ribbed wooden grip, brass folding guard cast with an eagle, silvered scabbard, 97cm long overall, c.1870 £60 - £100

1314 Militaria - a pair of World War II German U boat binoculars, probably by Zeiss, green finished tubes, black rubber end caps and plate mounts, 20cm long, c.1940 £150 - £200 1315 Militaria - a pair of World War II RAF pilot’s boots, the soles marked Phillips; a British battle dress jacket (2) £100 - £150

1334 A 22 bore flintlock box-lock belt pistol by Griffin, 15cm three-stage turn-off cannon barrels, proof marks to underside of barrel, the lock plate engraved with ornate scrolls, belt hook to verso, walnut grip, 30.5cm long, c. 1810 £100 - £150

1316 Militaria, ‘A souvenir of London and The 3rd London’, red on fawn General Hospital book, named to Miss J Welch; related ephemera £40 - £60

1335 A 410 single shot ejector shotgun, thumb cocking hammer, stamped 0kg 600/ choke 10.2, oak stock, steel heel, *** A Shotgun Licence is required to purchase and collect this lot*** £50 - £100

1317 Militaria, Great Britain, Cap badges, collars and buttons, good selection including The Buffs officers, Royal Flying Corps cap badge and matchbox holder, Victorian Leicestershire Regiment (2) [lot] £80 - £100

1336 A Belgian ELG four barrel pepperbox, 6cm barrel, the plate engraved with scrolls, ebonised grip, 18cm long, c. 1890 £60 - £100

1318 Militaria, Royal West Kent Regiment, Victorian Crown buckle in silver coloured metal, missing right hand clip; other Victorian and later badges and collars; World War Two Defence £50 - £70

1337 A BSA single shot 12 bore sporting shotgun, serial 158908, break barrel ejector ,walnut stock,

1319 Militaria, World War One, ‘The Heart of the Empire you came to defend’, brown on fawn 3rd London General Hospital book, named to Lt Barnfield, 2nd Gloucesters £40 - £60

A Shotgun Licence is required to purchase and collect this lot £50 - £80 1338 A BSA single shot 20 bore ejector shotgun, etched aluminium lock, serial no 158869, beech full stock, rubber heel

1320 Militaria, World War One, Trench Ar t, brass shell case embossed with flora and fauna, engraved 1918 at base and SOUVENIR D’ITALIE at the top; another similarly embossed but not engraved [2] £50 - £80

A Shotgun Licence is required to purchase and collect this lot £80 - £120 1339 A George III brass mounted horn powder flask ring suspensions, 23cm long, c.1800 £70 - £100

1321 World War Two and later, King’s Crown Royal Air Force sweetheart silver gilt, another Queen’s Crown in 9ct gold; King’s Crown tie pin in 9ct gold [3] £70 - £90

1340 A George III double over and under pocket pistol by H. Eden Smith, 5.5cm cylindrical barrel, the lock plate engraved with fanciful scrolls, chequered walnut bag shaped grip, 16cm long, c. 1800 £150 - £200

1322 Freemasonry, Jewels in gold 9ct (29.6gm gross); Silver (14) and base metal (9); Serving Brothers (4), mainly named to Tailby [28] £220 - £250 For more images please visit

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1341 A George III single barrel flintlock by Bingham of Birm[ ], 8cm barrel, the lock plate engraved with swags and a floral trophy, mahogany grip, 18cm long, c. 1790 £50 - £70

1350 A Winchester .22 (short) 1890 (second model) Take-down pump action sporting rifle, serial no. 546687, 61 cm blued octagonal sighted barrel with tubular magazine below, walnut stock, metal heel

1342 A Japanese World War II period katana and scabbard, gilt brass pommel with suspension loop and chrysanthemums, shagreen grip applied with knotted leather, the copper ferrule stamped 17128, decorative hamon to blade, the scabbard painted green, 113cm long, Meiji Period £150 - £250

A Valid fire arms cer tificate is required to purchase and collect this item £70 - £100 1351 A World War I trench club, the iron head with pointed pommel and six protrusions, 34cm long, c.1915 £60 - £80

1343 A Japanese World War Two period katana, the brown leather grip applied with gilt brass chrysanthemums and tightly knotted leather braid, gilt pommel, hamon blade, the steel scabbard with gilt suspension loop, 101.5cm long, Meiji Period £100 - £150

1352 An Indonesian kris, 35cm wavy blade, hardwood handle carved with stylised leaves, chased brass scabbard, 50cm long overall, early 20th century £60 - £100 1353 An Ottoman kard type dagger, 35cm curved singleedged blade inscribed with Islamic script, ivory grip, 48cm long in scabbard, 19th centur y; a Nor th African shor t sword; a powder horn (3) £60 - £100

1344 A Japanese World War Two period katana, the shagreen and tightly knotted braid grip applied with a decoratively engraved brass pommel and suspension loop, hamon blade, the leather covered scabbard with brass suspension loop, 98.5cm long, Meiji Period £100 - £150

Autographs

1345 A Malaysian kris type dagger, 25cm pointed doubleedged blade with decorative pamor of scrolls and swirls, the stylised bone handle carved with scrolling blossom and lotus, 37.5cm long overall, 18th/19th century £120 - £180

1359 Autographs, album of mainly pc size b/w, mostly signed inc Vivien LEIGH - boldly signed unusual veiled pose, George FORMBY, Ber yl FORMBY, Richard TAUBER, Ivor NOVELLO, Roger LIVESEY, others £150 - £200

1346 A Nazi Third Reich SA dagger, 22cm pointed double-edged blade inscribed Alles fur Deutschland, etched RZM marked over M7/73, the hilt marked Wf, wooden grip, brown painted scabbard, 37cm long overall £250 - £350

1360 ALAN SILLITOE, Nottingham Author (1928-2010), The Terry Hitchin Collection of the writings of Alan Sillitoe, Important Archive, near complete collection of published works (some in duplicate or triplicate), the great majority signed, including uncorrected proofs, first editions, first editions in different formats, novels, shor t stories, poems including limited editions catalogued according to ‘Alan Sillitoe, a bibliography by David Gerard’ (1988) and including items published later, mostly with Terry Hitchin book plate loosely pasted inside cover - includes Chopins Winter in Majorca, Without Bear or bread, Chopin’s Pianos, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner ; als 1984 -1991 addressed Terr y Hitchin, some with envelopes, early ones signed in full, others signed ‘Alan (Sillitoe)’ or simply ‘Alan,’ all relating to Sillitoe’s works; apcs etc; other ephemera including International Driving Licence, mostly signed; signed books from Sillitoe’s Library; Magazines containing articles about or by Sillitoe; a unique collection complete with hand written listing according to Gerard and post-Gerard and annotated copy of Gerard with some correspondence; The Collection comprises first editions, mostly in dust wrappers where issued and vg, Chopin’s Winter in Majorca (1955, 2 signed); Without Beer or Bread (1957, signed); Chopin’s Pianos (1958); Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, W H Allen 1958 1st ed (signed), later editions (2, 1 signed); other

1347 A silver coloured metal mounted phia-ketta, 19.5cm blade with gilt damascened fuller and socle, carved horn handle, wooden scabbard, 31cm long overall, Sri Lanka (Ceylon), 19th century £60 - £100

1348 A Victorian court sword, for a member of the Royal Household, by Marshall & Co, St James’ St, London, 81.5cm straight blade etched with scrolling foliage and strapwork, gilded hilt cast with leaves and crowned VR cipher, crown pommel, leather scabbard, 95cm long overall £80 - £120 1349 A Winchester .22 (long) 1901 Take-down pump action sporting rifle, serial no. 82897, 61 cm blued octagonal sighted barrel with tubular magazine below, walnut stock, metal heel A Valid fire arms cer tificate is required to purchase and collect this item £70 - £100

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publishers (4); The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner, W H Allen 1959 1st ed (2, 1 signed), other publishers including U.S.A., Poland, Germany (12, majority signed); Signed 1st eds of The General, The Rats, Key to the Door, The Ragman’s Daughter, A falling out of love, Road to Volgograd, The Death of William Posters, The City Adventures of Marmalade Jim, A Tree on Fire, Guzman go home, Love in the environs of Voronezh, Shaman, and the great majority of his later works; with later eds of many works, mostly signed (*159); his contributions to Books, Periodicals, etc, many of them signed (*170); biographical works (*29); Alan Sillitoe (4 March 1928 - 25 April 2010) English writer, ‘’angry young man’’. Born in Nottingham, his father worked for the Raleigh Bicycle Company. Sillitoe left school at 14 and worked at Raleigh for four years. He then joined the Royal Air Force serving as a wireless operator in Malaya. After returning to Britain, he was discovered to have tuberculosis and spent 16 months in an RAF hospital. He lived in France and Spain for seven years in an attempt to recover. In 1955, while living in Mallorca Sillitoe started work on Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, which was published in 1958. It was adapted as a film by Karel Reisz in 1960, with Alber t Finney as the ‘hero’ Ar thur Seaton; the screenplay was written by Sillitoe. The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner, which concerns the rebellion of a borstal boy with a talent for running, won the Hawthornden Prize in 1959. It was also adapted to film, in 1962, directed by Tony Richardson starring Tom Cour tenay. Sillitoe continued to write, but never again received the level of critical acclaim he achieved with those two early novels [lot] £2000 - £2500

1362 Autograph, Duke of Wellington, als, folded quarto, two pages of text, London July 7 1844, ‘My dear Madame’, being an invitation to attend a dance for his son Charles £150 - £200 1363 Autograph, Harr y Secombe, tls Secombe 1952, Eddie Calvert and others; with contemporary programmes, some signed £30 - £40

1361 Autograph album, Josef Locke, Ber yl Reid and others, each boldly in ink on single pages; photo of Locke £70 - £100

1364

1364 Autograph, tls, Senator Robert F. KENNEDY (19251968), May 31, 1966, on United States Senate headed notepaper, addressed to P.E. Reynard, Ind Coope Wardwick Brewer y, Derby, being a personal reply from Kennedy following a request to name a Public House after the late President John Kennedy, boldly signed in full Rober t F. Kennedy £300 - £400

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1378 Postcards, early Oriental laquer album containing topo of Hong Kong and others; another smaller Japanese album (2) £50 - £80

1379 Postcards, Edward VII - George VI, Actresses, glamour, children, greetings, novelty [*150] £40 - £50 1380 Postcards, Edward VII - George VI, Comic with many of the earlier cards relating to the Police; including embossed, hand drawn etc [*180] £60 - £80 1381 Postcards, Edward VII - George VI, large box of topo including better rps, animals, other subjects; studio photos [quantity] £120 - £150

1365

1365 Autographs, Laurel & Hardy, postcard size b/w, signed boldly STAN LAUREL OLIVER HARDY and above ‘THANK YOU BETTY’, vg £250 - £300

1382 Postcards, Edwardian and Georgian album, Actors and Actresses; Political ; Kirtlebridge Railway Disaster 1906; topo £50 - £60

1366 Royalty, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Christmas card, 1951, dated by the King and signed boldly by George and Elizabeth, mounted in glazed wooden frame 16.5’’ x 10.5’’ Provenance: sent to Lord Astor £150 - £200

1383 Postcards, George V album, many relating to Devon and Cornwall, very well filled with Song cards, topo, military, rps Ludgershall Railway Station, patriotic, India, silk including Devonshire Regiment, ship wreck Lizard 1907, Truro Lifeboat Demonstration 1910, Truro Tea Treet 1911, Royalty, USA [*500] £120 - £180

1367 USA police cloth badges in frames and albums [100s] £70 - £90

1384 Postcards, George V album, topo of Wales and good selection of early rps of Riga, Latvia; others various £40 - £60

Cigarette and Postcards

1368 Cigarette Cards, in albums and loose including quantity of Turf, including spor t; Trade Cards including Barratt’s Famous Footballers £30 - £50

1385 Postcards, large format early 20th century album, well filled with militar y, including rps; topo of Salonika, Constantinople, Rouen, Le Havre, Marseille, etc; Bournville Cocoa Reward cards; rps of Alyeston, others £120 - £180

1369 Cigarette Cards, John Player, Sets ‘L’, Types of Horses, Ships’ Figure-heads, Golf, Old Hunting Prints, etc; other manufacturers; oddments; Penny albums £80 - £100

1386 Postcards, late Victorian - early Edwardian album with many postally used undivided backs including Victorian; Actresses; topo; Dogs; Cats - including Louis Wain and after Wain; Railway vignettes; comic; The British Navy vignettes by Tuck (4); Exhibitions - Indian Village Earl’s Court; Christmas and other greetings; Manchester - nice group of early topo; Gruss Aus; Ballabeg rp street scene; advertising; Maritime, interesting album worthy of close study [*250] £120 - £180

1375 Film Stars, postcard and postcard size photographs, including Picturegoers, including signed by Diana Dors, Jean Kent, others signed, secretarial, unsigned or with printed signatures; others larger format including one signed Barbara Stanwyck [*95] £70 - £100

1376 Postcards, Churches (*300); topo including early Derby rps by Scarratt (5); greetings etc [*400] £40 - £60

1387 Postcards, Latvia, 1936-, neatly filled senior school album, ‘Musu labajam skolotajam’, social history, Staiceles topo rps, school and other sports teams, theatrical, chess, Militaria Latvian Fascist interest; another ‘Par mazu atminu no futbolistiem’ (a small memory from footballers) several signatures below; portraits - many signed and/or identified to back; wedding photographs [*250] £60 - £90

1377 Postcards, early 20th centur y album, mainly addressed Clark family Beeston, Notts; including rps Icklingham, Moorgate Rotherham, Main Street, Rotherham, Grimsby Road Cleethorpes, Sutton, Notts, High Street Beeston, Beeston Floods 1912, Broughton Street Beeston; Military Guards Depot, Hospital; Social History; Actresses; comic; undivided backs; good selection mainly vg in very poor album [*250] £120 - £150 For more images please visit

1388 Postcards, Militar y, World War One, Greece, Salonika, group of cards sent on Active Ser vice; other related postcards; Greece Postal Stationery postcards (*50) other family cards mostly topo £100 - £150

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1404 Stamps, Great Britain, Mint and Used, including Decimal and Pre-decimal, Victoria- Elizabeth II -1990, high face value £80 - £120

1389 Postcards, very large album of early Edwardian topo of Britain and Europe, many undivided backs; comprehensive group of London by LL Printed in France; others including advertising, the far east, Zeppelin, Tilehurst Station GWR, The Nimrod (Shackleton’s ship) rp, all unused and vg [600+] £100 - £200

1405 Stamps, Great Britain, Presentation Packs and loose un/m commemoratives, high face value £300+ £180 - £200

Stamps

1406 Stamps, Great Britain, Mint decimal commems high face value £200+;Stamps- English Victoria- 1998 £120 - £180

1395 Stamps, First Day Covers, Stanley Gibbons, The Royal Wedding, other Royal Wedding albums (7) and loose [8] £50 - £80

Railwayana

1396 Stamps, Great Britain decimal mint album; World Miniature Sheet collection; FDCs, including coin covers; schoolboy collections including early material [lot]£50 - £80

1410 Railwayana, (Greenfield) Signal box markers, with BRANCH DOWN and UP SOUTH signs affixed to wooden frame £40 - £60

1397 Stamps, Great Britain and World, on and off paper and in albums; some early material and early kiloware; postal history including pre stamp covers [lot] £80 - £120

1411 Railwayana, Adlake ‘Non Sweating’ Lamps (2), with brackets [4] £40 - £60 1412 Railwayana, BR (W) Signal Lamp; another smaller BR (M) [2] £40 - £60

1398 Stamps, Great Britain and few Commonwealth and Eire, FDCs, Royal Mail and Benham Collection 1969-2011, extremely comprehensive group, possibly complete, including commemoratives, definitives, booklet panes, miniature sheets, gutters, smilers etc, with defins to £10, in several albums and loose, the loose covers all in glassite bags [lot] £220 - £250

1413 Railwayana, British Railways, Greenfield Station, (Greater Manchester) red and white enamel steel sign, minor touching up, overall vg, 48’’x52’’ £300 - £500

1399 Stamps, Great Britain, Railway Covers, Royal Mail and mostly Benham, 1984-2010, in albums (7) and quantity loose in glassite bags [lot] £160 - £200

£30 - £50

1416 Railwayana, Dolly signal

£30 - £40

1415 Railwayana, Distance yellow and black Signal Arm. £60 - £80

1400 Stamps, Great Britain, Air Force Covers including album of signed covers, Royal Mail and mostly Benham in albums; Maritime two Benham albums [lot] £40 - £60

1417 Railwayana, Home red and white Signal Arms £60 - £80

1401 Stamps, Great Britain, pre decimal and decimal mainly mint collection, including defins to £5, in albums; empty album; quantity of accessories and large quantity loose mint, Presentation Packs, booklets etc [lot] £150 - £200

1418 Railwayana, Home Signal arm and weight from Nottingham Victoria station. £50 - £80

1419 Railwayana, London and Nor th Eastern Railway, Footpath Notice, cast iron, 20’’x24’’ £40 - £60

1402 Stamps, Great Britain, Presentation Packs 20072014, high face value £500+; with Word War II, Norway German censored cover £250 - £300

1420 Railwayana, MOTORS MUST BACK OUT UNLESS THEY REVERSE IN THIS OPENING, CROSSING THE LINE IS PROHIBITED, BY ORDER, OSWALD M’CARDELL & CO LTD, iron sign, 24’’x36’’ £40 - £60

1403 Stamps, Great Britain, Presentation Packs 19992004, high face value £400+; £200 - £220

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1414 Railwayana, Coach lamps (2).

1421 Railwayana, NO PARKING ALLOWED, raised white letters on red painted wooden frame, c13’’x28’’ £30 - £50

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Coins and Notes

1431 Coin, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold, Proof Half Sovereign, 1982, boxed as issued, FDC £80 - £120

1425 Coin, Charles II, Silver crown, 1676, Fine £70 - £100

1432 Coin, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold, Proof Sovereign, 1979, boxed as issued, FDC £150 - £200 1433 Coin, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold, Proof Sovereign, 1979, boxed as issued, FDC £150 - £200 1434 Coin, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold, Proof Sovereign, 1980, boxed as issued, FDC [1] £150 - £200 1435 Coin, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold, Proof Sovereign, 1981, boxed as issued, FDC [1] £150 - £200 1436 Coin, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold, Proof Sovereign, 1982, boxed as issued, FDC [1] £150 - £200

1426 1426 Coin, Great Britain, George V, Wreath Crown, 1934, mintage 932, Extremely Fine £1500 - £2000

1427 Coin, Great Britain, Gold Sovereign, 1900 in 9ct loop mount with 9ct gold chain, 13.3gm £160 - £200 1428 Coin, Great Britain, Gold Sovereign, 2008, BU £150 - £180

1437

1429 Coin, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold, Proof Five Pounds, 1981, boxed with certificate FDC £800 - £1000

1437 Coin, Oliver Cromwell, Silver Shilling, 1658, crimped as a love token and then straightened, 6.0gm, Fine £80 - £100

1430 Coin, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold, Proof Four Coin Set, 1980, boxed as issued, FDC £1300 - £1400 For more images please visit

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1438 Coin, South Africa, Gold Krugerrand, 1974, 9ct gold mount and chain,46.9g gross £900 - £1000

1448 Coins, Great Britain, 4/- 1887; 5/- 1953 (3); pre 1947 silver *£1.45 face; foreign silver coins *180gms £100 - £120

1440 Coins, Commonwealth Silver Proofs of 1994, New Zealand $5, Barbados $1, $5, Vanuatu 50 Vatu, Fiji $5, in display box [5] £40 - £60

1450 Coins, Great Britain, Elizabeth II, Gold Sovereigns, 1st type, 1957, 58, 59, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, BU [10] £1500 - £1800

1439 Coin, South Africa, Gold Krugerrand, 1974, EF £800 - £1000

1449 Coins, Great Britain, Edward VII, Maundy Set, 1905, almost BU in modern box £80 - £100

1441 Coins, England, Hammered Silver, clipped Halfgroat of Canterbury; Groat , Henry VII, London; Sixpence James 1605; Shillings Edward VI, Elizabeth I, Charles I, James I, various grades [7] £180 - £250

1451 Coins, Great Britain, Gold Sovereigns, 1863 Shield Back, Fine, 1895 in 9ct mount with chain 16.3gm gross; Half Sovereigns, 1887 Jubilee Head shield backs EF (3) [5] £600 - £700

1442 Coins, Great Britain and World in silver and base including 1797 Cartwheel 2d and 1d; USA 1c 1860, 64; pre 1947 silver *£1.55 face value; pre 1920 silver *50p face; foreign silver coins *74gm, others various [lot] £50 - £60

1452 Coins, Great Britain, Hammered Silver, Charles I Half crown and Shilling, both mm triangle in circle; Elizabeth I, Sixpence 1583, others various £60 - £90 1453 Coins, Great Britain, large quantity of mainly 20th century base metal far things - crowns, including 1953-77 Crown sets cased (4); base metal Royalty medallions; unofficial mint sets etc [lot] £80 - £100

1443 Coins, Great Britain and World in silver and base, including copper, Cartwheel 2d 1797 (2), 1d 1854 gVF, 1/2d 1854 lustrous EF, others in lower grades; fractional farthings (4); quantity of mostly 19th centur y world copper and bronze; pre 1947 silver *£3.60 face; pre 1920 silver *140gm; Crowns 1844, 1935, 1951 (3), 1953 (5), 1960, others later; ‘Plastic’ Sets 1953 (2); Boots Albums with base metal GB (2); foreign silver coins *170gm; few banknotes [lot] £300 - £400

1454 Coins, Great Britain, Pennies 1911 lustrous gEF, 1916, BU (3); Roman Denarius Antoninus Pius; others in silver and base metal £80 - £120 1455 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint base metal £2 presentation packs (16); Proof Silver £2, 60th Anniversary end of WW2 2005; Anniversary of the Gunpowder Plot 2005; Abolition of the Slave Trade 2007, all boxed as issued with certificates [lot] £60 - £90

1444 Coins, Great Britain and World, including Falkland Islands 2002 Silver Proof 50p in capsule (12), others in base metal; Great Britain, Silver Proof Crowns boxed 1977 (2), 1981; Silver crowns 1890, 1891; base crowns 1951, 1953 (2); pre 1947 silver £1.25 face; others mainly in base metal [lot] £180 - £200

1456 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint base metal £5 presentation packs (22); Proof Silver Crown, Restoration of the Monarchy, 2010, boxed as issued with certificate; Silver Britannia 2010; Loose £5 (1), base metal crowns (8); Royal Shield of Arms uncirculated double set 2008; Silver £20 2013, 2014 [lot] £160 - £180

1445 Coins, Great Britain and World, including Silver crowns 1845, 1887, 1889, 1891, 1935 (2 - one an unboxed specimen), later crowns 1951 (4), 1953 (4), 1960; Double Florins 1887, 1889; pre 1920 silver *£3.15 face value; pre 1947 silver *£12.25 face value; 1887 silver coins 6d, 1/-, 2/-, 2/6; Maundy 4d 1706; Bahamas Silver $5 1974 (3); Canada $1 1949 almost BU; Gibraltar Silver Proof Crown 1972; foreign silver coins *65gm; Charles & Diana silver cased wedding medallion [lot] £400 - £500

1457 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint base metal 50p presentation packs (7); Proof Silver Piedfort 50p, Scouting 2007; Proof Silver 50p, Victoria Cross 2 coin set 2006; Girlguiding 2010; Alderney Royal Mint base metal £5 presentation packs (5); Proof Silver Crown, Florence Nightingale 2010; others (8) [lot] £90 - £120

1446 Coins, Great Britain in silver and base including pre 1947 silver *£5 in three albums £50 - £80

1458 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint Proof Sets, 1953, boxed as issued a FDC (3); Crowns 1953 (2) £100 - £150

1447 Coins, Great Britain Silver, Crowns, 1889, 1892, 1896, 1900 (2); 4/- 1888, 1889; 1/- 1860, 1861; pre 1920 silver *50p face; others; Silver World Crown Venezuela 1926, USA $1 1923, other world silver *38gm £100 - £120

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1459 Coins, Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold Sovereigns, 1894, 1909, EF [2] £280 - £300

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1460 Coins, Great Britain, Silver crowns 1888, 1935; Silver Britannia Golden Silhouette Collection 2006; Silver Piedfort Proof Crown 2006; Deluxe red Leather Proof set 2003; 1953-2003 Royal Mint anniversary collection; Base metal £5 (10); Banknotes Elizabeth Fry £5, two note set; London Mint Wedding Crown 2011, others £200 - £250

1471 Coins, Tokens and Medallions, including 18th century 1/2ds (7); large group of Coronation and Jubilee medallions many relating to Leicestershire £70 - £100

1472 Coins, World Silver Proof Crowns 2006, The great Monarchs (12) in wooden box of issue with cer tificates; 80th Bir thday of Queen Elizabeth II (15) in wooden box with cer tificates; Journey Through Africa, boxed no certificates (12); Prominent Britons, boxed no certificates (12), FDC [51] £550 - £600

1461 Coins, Great Britain, Silver Double Florin 1889; Royal Mint, Silver Proof Crowns 1972 (2), 1977 (4), 1980, 1981; Proof Sets 1970 (2), 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82 (3), 83, 84, 85, 86; Silver Proof Piedfor t 20p 1982; Mint sets including 1953, others various [lot] £200 - £250

1473 Medallions, Royal Mint, Prince Charles Investiture Medallions, Large Silver 99gm, Large Gilt Bronze [2] £30 - £50

1462 Coins, Great Britain, Silver in album including 6d 1902 gEF; Halfcrowns, 1689, 1817, 1825, etc £80 - £100

Sporting

1463 Coins, Great Britain, Silver in album including Crowns 1822, 1847, 1887, 1893, 1902, 1935, 1937; Florins 1849, 1887, 1897 gEF; pre 1947 silver £4.30 face value; others in silver and base metal £200 - £300

1480 Football, Nottingham Forest, Programmes, 19581960, home and away games including 1959 Cup Final with ticket stub Row 5, Seat 17, 25/-; few cuttings etc; England v Wales 1958 £40 - £50

1464 Coins, Great Britain, Silver Proof Set including Maundy 2006, as issued £100 - £150

1481 Football, World Cup 1966, Souvenir Programme, 2/6, final teams and details neatly written in ink in centre, folds to cover ; with Final Ticket Stub, Price 10/-, West Standing [2] £40 - £50

1465 Coins, Great Britain, Silver Veiled Head crowns 1893, 96, 99, Fine or better [3] £40 - £50 1466 Coins, Great Britain, Silver, 1 1/2d (2); Threepences (4); Groats (2); Maundy 4d 1800 EF+; others (6) [13] £150 - £180

1482 Sport, Cricket, 1927, Nottinghamshire, Carr, Lilley, Staples, Larwood, A Staples, Walker, Payton, Wysall, Richmond, Hirst, Gunn; Warwickshire, Wyatt, Quaife, Bates, Smith, Santall, Mayer, Fox, Parsons, Kilner, and others autograph album, small format, mostly in ink £60 - £90

1467 Coins, Great Britain, Silver, Sixpences 1674 Fine, 1787 aBU; Shillings 1723 SSC, 1739 R&P, 1758, 1787, 1900; Florin 1853, several EF, others [12] £150 - £200

1483 Sport, Cricket, Photographs, Derbyshire County Cricket Team, 1874 XVI of Derby, 9’’ x 7 1/2’’ (faults), mounted on card, with later identification of team written to back, 10’’ x 8’’; 1884, 11’’ x 9’’, mounted on paper, surmounted on card, with printed identification of team to margin, 15’’ x 14’’; 1894, 11’’ x 9’’, mounted on paper, surmounted on card, with printed identification of team to margin, 18’’ x 15’’, (faults); another 1914, 11’’ x 9’’, mounted mounted on paper, surmounted on card, with later identification of team written to back, 18’’ x 14’’; another 1931, 11 1/2’’ x 9 1/2’’, mounted on paper, surmounted on card, with written identification of team to margin, 18’’ x 14’’; others including later copies, all unframed [9] £200 - £300

1468 Coins, Great Britain, Victoria, Maundy Set, 1859, almost BU £100 - £120 1469 Coins, Royal Mint, Silver Proof Issues, United Kingdom £5 1990; Falkland Islands, £25 1986, 1992; £5 1990; £2 1991 all boxed as issued with certificates; UK mint sets, 1986, 1987, 1990 (2);1953 ‘Plastic’ Set; base metal £5 (3); European Community Coin Collection; New Zealand coin and banknote mint set 1990; base metal crowns, pennies etc; pre 1947 silver *£1.40 face value [lot] £200 - £250 1470 Coins, South Africa, Silver Crowns 0.8 silver 1947 (3), 48, 49 (2); 0.5 silver 51 (2), 52 (5); USA 2c 1866, 10c 1853, 25c 1857; others in silver and base metal £70 - £90

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1484 Sport, Cycling, Pattisons Road Maps of Yorkshire, Essex & Kent (2), Hereford etc, South Wales, Norfolk & Suffolk, Shropshire etc, Nor th Wales; Manfield & Sons Cyclist’s Waistcoat Pocket Map of Nottingham [9] £80 - £120

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1485 1485 Sport, Football Association Pass, 1937-1938, no.32, issued to Mr. J. Dowling, a ‘Member of the Council of the Football Association’ and signed by the then secretary of the F.A. Stanley Rous, (later Sir Stanley Rous), giving admission to ‘all Grounds and Stands of clubs belonging to the Football Association, or an Affiliated Association’, round card containing pages of fixtures, good-vg £150 - £250

1487 Sport, Football, Derbyshire Football Association, 9ct gold prize fobs, 1930s mostly Divisional Cup Runners-up medals in boxes of issue (5) (*31gm); silver fobs (4); N.U.R. silver 30 Year lapel in box of issue [10] £200 - £250

1488 Sport, Football, Programmes, Internationals all 1963, England v Ireland, v Brazil, v Rest of the World, Youth International v Wales with ticket stub, International Youth Tournament Centenar y programme; 1966 World Cup Official Souvenir Programme (some scores written in) with Semi Final ticket stub, g-vg £60 - £90

1486 Sport, Football Association Pass, 1938-1939, no.32, issued to Mr. J. Dowling, a ‘Member of the Council of the Football Association’ and signed by the then secretary of the F.A. Stanley Rous, (later Sir Stanley Rous), giving admission to ‘all Grounds and Stands of clubs belonging to the Football Association, or an Affiliated Association’, round card containing pages of fixtures, faults £150 - £250

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Day Three

Thursday 5th March at 10.30am

Boxes, Objects & Works of Art

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Tea Caddies

1500 A 19th century rosewood sarcophagus work box, the cover with egg-and-dart tablet, centred with mother-ofpearl boss, bun feet, the interior fitted, 20cm high, 30cm wide, c.1860 £100 - £150

1501 A 19th century German Black Forest jewellery casket, the hinged cover carved with a recumbent hound, the sides with stiff leaves, 18cm wide, the hinges marked R Moore, Registered Sept 27 1842 £60 - £100 1502 A 19th century Italian olivewood and Sorrento Ware cube tea caddy, the hinged cover inlaid with a lady and a warrener, she with a basket, he presenting a specimen from his day’s catch, enclosing a lidded compartment, 13cm high, 13cm wide £60 - £100

1500

1503 A 19th century mahogany rectangular tea caddy, boxwood and ebony strung, ivor y lozenge escutcheon, 19cm diam, c.1800 £50 - £70

1504 A George II mahogany crossbanded burr elm rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with brass swan neck handle, enclosing three compar tments, moulded angles, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, skirted base, 24.5cm wide, c.1745 £80 - £120

1505 A George II walnut and mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a spoon tray and three shaped compartments, outlined throughout with chequered stringing, brass Rococo swan neck handle and escutcheon, skirted base, 22.5cm wide, c.1750 £60 - £100

1506

1506 A George II/early George III mahogany tea caddy, pagoda top, brass swan-neck handle, leafy escutcheon, bracket feet, the interior with base metal canisters, 23cm wide, c.1750 £70 - £100 1507 A George III burr yew sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, ivory navette shaped escutcheon, rosewood crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, gilt brass fluted bun feet, 18cm wide, c.1810 £100 - £150

1508 A George III mahogany bombé shaped tea caddy, hinged cover with brass swan neck handle, enclosing three compartments, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, skirted base, 26cm wide, c.1775 £80 - £120 1509 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid with a navette shaped patera, enclosing a pair of lidded compar tments, sand-shaded car touche shaped escutcheon, outlined with boxwood stringing, 25cm wide, c.1790 £60 - £100

1511

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1510 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid with an oval shell patera, enclosing twin compartments, ivory navette shaped escutcheon, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 18.5cm wide, c.1790 £60 - £100

1511 A George III partridge wood nonagonal lozenge shaped tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compar tments, rosewood crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 12.5cm high, 18cm wide, 11cm deep, c.1790 £100 - £150

1512 A George III rosewood crossbanded mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compar tments, ebony kite shaped escutcheon, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 12.5cm high, 20.5cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100

1517

1517 An early 19th century mahogany and boxwood strung sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, shell paterae, ivory diamond escutcheon, the interior with two lidded compar tments, cast brass leafy and paw feet, 25cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £100

1513 A George III satinwood and mahogany canted triform tea caddy, hinged cover and sides with flame veneered reserves, the angles with trompe l’oeil flutes, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, 11.5cm high £80 - £120

Boxes and Objects

1514 A late George II mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing three compar tments, moulded angles, brass swan neck handle and bat shaped escutcheon, 25.5cm wide, c.1760 £40 - £60

1520 An unusual and early mica shist painting set, containing various sheets painted over in gouache and watercolour with Indian figures in traditional colourful dress, their faces purposely vacant to be placed over a drawn and painted card sleeve, in a rosewood case, sliding cover, 10.6cm high, c. 1820 £60 - £100

1515 A small George III burr yew sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged cover, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, bun feet, 12.5cm wide, c.1810 £70 - £100

1521 A pair of substantial 19th century ormolu five-light four-branch table candelabrum, shallow lotus sconces and drip pans, wrapped acanthus branches, the tripod bases cast bovine molopodia, shaped triform marble plinths, bun feet, 61cm high £1000 - £1500

1522 A 19th century dark patinated bronze circular table box and cover, bud finial, cast throughout in relief with masks, cornucopia and scrolling leaves, zoomorphic feet, 17.5cm diam, c.1850 £60 - £100

1516

1516 A Victorian coromandel rectangular work box, flush gilt metal handle, shield shaped escutcheon, the interior blue silk lined, 12cm high, 25.5cm wide, c.1860 £60 - £100

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1527

1527 A 19th century bronze five-light candelabrum, the nozzles cast with stylised leaves, the column cast with stiff leaves, four mask and paw feet, 46cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100

1523

1523 An 18th century Italian carved and painted softwood Presepio figure, she stands in adoration, later dressed in flowing robes, stepped circular base, 63cm high £200 - £300

1524 A 19th century Black Forest novelty casket, carved as a sly fox stalking along a log, hinged cover, 23cm wide, c.1890 £80 - £120 1525 A ‘19th century’ brass pocket sundial/compass, screw-fitting cover enclosing paper dials and folding gnomon, 4.5cm diam £70 - £90

1528

1526 A 19th century bronze comical novelty inkwell, cast as devilish boy peering out of a cauldron, hinged cover, circular ebonised base, 10.5cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100

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1528 A 19th century bronze novelty gentleman’s desk barometer, cast as a military drum, 6cm silvered register, tripod base, 10cm high, registration lozenge, c.1875 £80 - £120 132

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1534 A 19th century clockwork automaton, as a dancing native, brightly dressed in head-dress, skirt and bands, paper covered rectangular base, glass dome, 39cm high overall £200 - £250 1535 A 19th century coconut cup, carved with bands of chequered lunettes, turned lignum vitae base, 15cm high £60 - £100

1536 A 19th century composed boxwood and ebony Staunton pattern chess set, most pieces weighted and the rooks marked for King’s side, the Kings 7.5cm high, the later oak box with presentation inscription from Monmouthshire County Chess Association £150 - £200

1529

1529 A 19th century cattle horn bugle, applied with an archer, a stag and a hear t shaped car touche, 32cm long, c.1880 £60 - £100

1537 A 19th century English bone barley corn pattern chess set, red stained opposition, the kings 9.5cm high £70 - £100

1530 A 19th century century Anglo-Indian hardwood lozenge shaped table box, profusely relief carved overall with scrolling leaves, the hinged cover with temple and buildings, 29cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £80

1538 A 19th century French brown patinated bronze compressed campana table urn and cover, serpent finial, cast in relief with strapwork and scrolling leaves, square base with incurved angles, 26cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150

1531 A 19th century century silver coloured metal mounted coconut cup, turned mahogany pedestal base, 17.5cm high £100 - £150

1539 A 19th century French enamel and gilt metal mounted rectangular casket, decorated with roses on a bleu celeste ground, beaded borders, acanthus knop feet, 19cm wide £300 - £400

1532 A 19th century circular armorial panel, Worcestershire, worked in raised gold silks, as a pair of crossed flags, 10cm diam, framed; another (2) £60 - £80

1540 A 19th century French gilt metal and porcelain writing table suite, comprising letter knife and desk seal, each handle decorated with scantily clad putto and colourful summer flowers, within shaped reserves on a rose pompadour ground, bird finials, the knife 23.5cm long, retailed by Howell, James & Co, London, c.1870, cased £120 - £180

1533 A 19th century circular bronze medallion, cast in relief, por trait profile of Franz Josef I, Kaiser Von Oesterriech, 6.5cm diam, ebonised frame; another, Rubens, 6cm diam, framed; a Russian medallion dated 1865, cast with ribbon tied leaves, framed (3) £80 - £100

1541 A 19th century French gilt metal square table casket, hinged cover applied with Gothic cut-card work and cabochons, 20.5cm wide, c.1870 £70 - £100

1542 A 19th century French triptych ball, the hinged covers open to reveal a central scene carved in relief with the passing of a token between three ladies, flanked either side by onlookers, the closed outer sphere carved with bold geometric and decorative motifs, 6cm diam £40 - £60 1543 A 19th century gilt and patinated bronze novelty desk top taperstick, amusingly cast as a dog chasing a cat into the branches of a tree, the feline enclosing a sealing wax cylinder, the sconce further up the trunk, vesta drawer to base, bun feet, 17cm high, c.1870 £150 - £200

1544 A 19th century gilt brass ink casket, cast overall with flowers and scrolling leaves, enclosing three glass wells, bracket feet, 18cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £80

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1545 A 19th century gilt bronze mantel figure, cast as a Native American, he stands, holding a spear, acanthus cast demi-lune base, 31cm high, c.1870 £70 - £100

1551

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1551 A 19th century macabre curiosity, a mouse skeleton, discovered in the Cavendish tomb in the vault of Bolsover Church at the time of the internment of the 4th Duke of Portland (1768 - 1854), from the skull of his father William Cavendish Bentinck, 3rd Duke & 4th Earl of Por tland KG,. PC (1738 - 1809, Prime Minister 1783 & 1807-1809 ), glazed mahogany case with ink inscriptions and old collection label, 6cm high £100 - £150

1546 A 19th century gilt metal mounted rectangular mosaic jewellery casket, geometrically inlaid in black, lapis, emerald and green square stones, leafy scroll legs, 18.5cm wide, c.1860 £250 - £350 1547 A 19th century gilt metal novelty inkwell, as a mountain goat, his saddle bags with hinged covers, set with carnelian and malachite respectively, rounded rectangular base, 14.5cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150 1548 A 19th century Gothic Revival leather sarcophagus shaped trinket box, the hinged cover and panels tooled with the sacred heart, profiles of kings, figures of saints and apostles in Romanesque niches, flowers and other medieval motifs, leather lined interior, 11.5cm high, 20cm wide £60 - £100

1549 A 19th century Grand Tour bronze krater shaped vase, cast after the antique with revelling figures, ebonised base, 21cm high £60 - £100

1550 A 19th century horn tapered cylindrical beaker, pyrograph engraved with a coach and four passing a house, 9cm high £70 - £90

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1552 A 19th century mahogany two-tier reel holder, draught turned, pin cushion finial, bun feet, 37.5cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100

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1553 A 19th century ormolu mounted veined rose marble ovoid mantel urn, acanthus grasped bud finial above a fruiting vine chaplet, tall tripod monopodia with rams’ masks linked by ribbon-tied flowering swags, circular base, beaded border, 32.5cm high, c.1860 £100 - £150

1561 A Black Forest novelty mantel vase, car ved as a mountain goat, standing, on a rocky outcrop, beside a tree trunk with glass trumpet shaped flute, 41.5cm high, c.1900 £100 - £150

1562 A Black Forest novelty spent vesta holder, carved as a smiling bear, seated, holding a brass bowl, 9cm high, early 20th century; others (4) £80 - £120

1554 A 19th century red stained and natural ivory and bone chess pieces, each turned, kings 8cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

1563 A Black Forest rectangular table casket, the hinged cover surmounted by a pair of game birds, on a grassy bank, the sides with scrolling leafy stems, lunettes to borders, spreading base, 32cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150

1555 A 19th century satin birch book stand, shaped end suppor ts and division, pierced handles, bun feet, 51.5cm wide, c.1860 £80 - £120

1556 A 19th century set of French gilt brass and enamel postal scales, the shaped rectangular tray enamelled in colours with scrolling foliage, bold gilt cast borers and handles, 32cm wide, c.1880 £250 - £350

1564 A boxwood and ebony Staunton pattern weighted chess set, the kings 8.5cm high £60 - £80

1565 A boxwood and ebony Staunton pattern weighted chess set, the kings 9.5cm high, mahogany box stamped Murton, Newcastle £60 - £80

1557 A 19th century silver coloured metal mounted ivory auctioneer’s gavel, turned head and haft, 16cm long £120 - £180

1567 A 19th century carved wood and gesso figure, of a ram, standing near life size, polychrome painted, 85cm high £600 - £800

1558 A 19th century specimen marble octagonal country house octagonal tobacco urn, brass acorn finial, stepped cover, spreading base with vesta drawer, 26cm high, c.1850 £80 - £120

1568 A Chippendale design mahogany shaped oval waiter, moulded piecrust border, 39cm wide, 19th century £60 - £100

1559 A Black Forest linden wood screw-action novelty nutcracker, well carved as a monk wearing a hooded habit, turned and fluted handle carved with lotus, 23cm long, 19th century £70 - £100

1569 A French brass novelty desk companion, as a cockatoo on a perch, his hinged head enclosing an inkwell, above a pocket watch stand, dished circular base, 32cm high, c.1900 £70 - £100

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1570

1560 A Black Forest novelty inkstand, as a farmyard, the house with hinged roof enclosing five stamp compartments, flanked by a glass well and a dog and kennel, the pond with a boat and ducks, rustic fence pen rest, 33cm wide, c.1890 £70 - £100

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1570 A French champleve enamel and gilt metal serpentine jewel casket, brightly decorated with flowers and scrolls, hinged cover enclosing deep buttoned satin, bun feet, 18cm wide, c.1870 £250 - £350

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1571 A French rosewood rectangular playing card box, hinged cover with silvered mounts and inlaid with a fanned card cartouche, enclosing counter boxes, inlaid with the four suites respectively, divided by a deck compartment, 27cm wide, early 20th century century £60 - £80

1578 A George III mahogany three section book carrier, possibly campaign, shaped arched end suppor ts with pierced handles, 44cm wide, early 19th century £80 - £120

1572 A George III ivory auctioneer’s gavel, turned head, slender waisted haft with reeded band, 14.5cm long, early 19th century £70 - £90

1573 A George III lignum vitae toddy ladle, turned lip, the base carved with concentric bands, 19cm long, c.1770; another similar, sycamore, knopped handle, 21.2cm long, c.1770 (2) £50 - £70 1574 A George III mahogany canted rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover inlaid with an oval shell patera, enclosing twin divisions, kite shaped escutcheon, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 12cm high, 22cm wide, c.1790 £80 - £120

1579

1579 A George III mahogany zograscope, sphere finials, circular lens, rectangular mirror, turned and spirally fluted baluster column, turned circular base, outlined with barber pole stringing, 65.5cm high, c.1820 £80 - £120

1580 A George III navette shaped silvered steel toothpick case, the hinged cover engraved with ribbons, wriggle work border, the base engraved with a violin, clarinet and a quiver of bows emblematic of the Muses, 8.5cm wide, c.1780 £50 - £80

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1581 A George III rectangular pony skin document box, hinged cover with brass swan neck handle, studded borders, 33cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100

1575 A George III mahogany circular three-tier table top dumb waiter, turned finial, dished graduated revolving plateaux, urnular pillars, turned circular base, 43cm high, 37cm diam, c.1820 £200 - £300

1582 A George III reverse painting on glass, decorated in the Chinoiserie taste with Chinese figures and cranes in a landscape with bridges and pagoda, 17cm x 24cm, c.1800 £60 - £80

1576 A George III mahogany rectangular letter tray, of diminutive proportions, shaped gallery with pierced handles, 18.5cm wide, early 19th century £60 - £100

1583 A George III satinwood, burr yew and marquetry rectangular connoisseur’s box, hinged cover veneered with a well figured oval reser ve within a band of leafy stems, outlined with a band of roundels, enclosing a lift-out tray with an arrangement of velvet lined compartments, 32.5cm wide, c.1790 £80 - £120

1577 A George III mahogany serpentine fronted knife box, hinged cover inlaid to verso with a starburst, enclosing cutlery divisions outlined with barberpole stringing, navette shaped Sheffield plate escutcheon, 35cm high, c.1775 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1587 A large Austrian cold painted bronze, cast as five grey-wing budgerigars perched along a branch, green onyx base, 46cm wide overall, early 20th century £300 - £500

1584 A George V silver mounted slope front stationery cabinet, the hinged twin-covers as a pair of photograph frames, enclosing a pair of wells, glass stamp moistener and pen tray, Rd. No. 682575, 19.5cm high, 26.5cm wide, the fittings Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham 1921 £80 - £120

1585 A Japanese Kobe toy/dice shaker, car ved as a comical man, his tall top hat containing two bone gambling dice, he stands, with protruding eyes and tongue, 17cm high, early 20th century £70 - £90

1588

1588 A large Victorian brass bound walnut draughtsman’s box, hinged cover enclosing two lift-out trays and an arrangement of technical drawing instruments, 36.5cm wide, dated 1899 £80 - £120 1589 A late 19th century mahogany bow fronted table top chest, moulded top above two drawers, brass drum handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 24cm high, 26cm wide £60 - £80

1586

1590 A late 19th century/early 20th century marble and gilt rectangular desk weight, cast in ormolu with reclining scantily clad lady on a tasselled rug, 11cm long £60 - £100

1586 A large 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn, set with a faceted lime cabochon, the mounts chased with thistles, acorns and scrolling leaves, shield shaped cartouche to side, 30cm long, c.1880 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

1591 A late George III tortoiseshell spectacles case, the hinged cover applied with an initialled white metal cartouche, 12.9cm high, c.1820 £80 - £100 137

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1592 A late Victorian brass haberdasher’s stand, pin cushion finial above four pierced tiers for cotton spools, six pull up arms, spinning movement, circular base, 34cm high, c. 1880 £60 - £100

1597

1597 A pair of 19th century Egyptian Revival dark patinated bronze figural candlesticks, each cast with hands outstretched, wearing Nemes type headdress, their robes with hieroglyphics, circular turned marble bases, 21cm high £120 - £180

1593

1598 A pair of 19th century French bronze four branch candelabra, the branch and vine supports below suspended gilt classical medallions, the vasular bodies applied with grotesques and cast with sprigs of flowers, on a turned octagonal black marble bases, 51cm high £300 - £500

1593 A Napoleon III rosewood and marquetry stationery box, hinged cover enclosing three tiered sections, inlaid throughout with borders of flowering leafy scrolls on a ground of Fleur-de-lys, gilt brass hasp chased with scrolling foliage, spreading rectangular base, 22.5cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150

1599 A pair of 19th century French patinated bronze candlesticks, gadrooned pans, the columns cast as stiff acanthus, three claw supports on a shaped triangular base, 34cm high £300 - £400

1594 A North African/Syrian canted rectangular hardwood, ivory and mother of pearl parquetry table box, profusely inlaid throughout in the Moorish taste with lozenges and geometric motifs, hinged cover, 33cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100

1600 A pair of 19th century ormolu two- light candelabra, cast as griffins, urnular sconces, pierced circular drip-pans, shaped bases pierced and cast with scrolling leaves, 23.5cm high, c.1870 £80 - £120

1595 A novelty diorama of a rag and bone lady, the late 19th century Continental bisque head doll dressed in a black dress offering beads, ceramics, glass and textiles from wicker baskets for sale, glazed oak case, 48.2cm high, 22cm wide, c. 1930 £60 - £100

1601 A pair of gilt and dark patinated bronze table candlesticks, the spreading columns now applied with shagreen, campana sconces, socles and triform bases cast with scrolling acanthus, 31.5cm high £100 - £150

1596 A novelty maritime diorama of a boy and girl, modelled in terracotta and in beach dress, on a stylized beach with various shells, fitted blue interior, purple lined rectangular case, swan carr ying handles, 24.5cm high, 35.2cm wide, c. 1930 £60 - £100

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1603 A pair of late 19th century gilt bronze candlesticks, cast with cranes standing on turtle backs, the sconces held by serpents, 29cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150

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1604 A pair of Louis XV bronze table candlesticks, halffluted campana sconces, tapered knopped stems, shaped circular bases, cast with acanthus, scales, leafy scrolls and strapwork, 24cm high, c.1730 £150 - £200 1605 A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu candlesticks, flared trumpet supports held by putto on a rocky base, the circular base applied with ribbon crested reserves, flanked by cartouche-shaped feet linked with chains, 22cm high £350 - £400

1607 A pair of Queen Anne brass nut crackers, of typical form, terminals engraved with feathering scrolls, monogrammed handles, 10.5cm long, c.1700 £50 - £80 1608 A pair of Rococo Revival ormolu and bronze urns, swirling inverted bronze urns with flowering ormolu covers, sinuous shaped handles, the car touche base cast with stylized shells, scrolls and swags, 31.5cm high, c. 1900 £1500 - £2000

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1609 A Persian lacquer canted rectangular box and cover, profusely decorated with dense stylised flowers, picked out in gilt on a blue ground, 22cm wide, c.1900 £70 - £100 1610 A post-Regency rosewood and brass marquetry rectangular artist’s box, by R Ackermann, Regent Street, inlaid with flowers and scrolling leaves, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of paints,colours and compartments, drawer to base with flush brass campaign type handle, 30.5cm wide, c.1840 £100 - £150 1611 A Russian Orthodox gilt metal and painted icon, depicting St Peter, with the attribute of a book and making the gesture for the Name of Jesus Christ, further saints to upper angles, 31cm x 27.5cm, 19th/early 20th century £150 - £200

1612 A Russian Orthodox icon, painted and gilt with The Nativity, saints and baptism, the Infant Christ touched by a ray from heaven, signed/inscribed to upper left, 33cm x 28cm, c.17th century (distressed) £100 - £150

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1617 A Victorian brass triple photograph frame, the hinged covers set with with oval Ashford marble panels, inlaid with convolvulus, forget-me-not, and other flowers, pierced fir easel back, 29.5cm high, retailed by J. and G. Haywood, Derby, circa. 1850 £350 - £400

1613 A Scottish Mauchline ware rectangular playing card box, the hinged cover transfer printed with named views of Steamer, Iona, Dunoon, Dunolly Castle, Oban, Alber t Memorial, Rothesay and Episcopalian Chapel, Dunoon, enclosing divisions for cards and a lidded counter compartment, 20.5cm wide, c.1880 £50 - £70

1618 A Victorian burr walnut domed bombé shaped stationery box, hinged cover enclosing three mahogany lined divisions, skirted base, 24cm wide, c.1870 £40 - £60

1614 A set of early 19th century German bronze nesting cup weights, the master cup with hinged cover and hasp enclosing six further graduated weights, variously marked with letter R and Roman numerals, 4cm high £70 - £100

1619 A Victorian burr walnut table cabinet, moulded top inlaid with a brass car touche, above a pair of doors enclosing three drawers, gilt brass handles, outlined throughout with brass stringing, 30cm high, 32cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

1615 A substantial French Renaissance Revival silvered and parcel-gilt square table casket, hinged cover surmounted by cupid, the sides cast in relief with scrolling acanthus, putto herms to angles, lotus scroll feet, 21cm wide, marked A.B. Paris, c.1870 £300 - £500

1620 A Victorian coppered jelly mould, as a stepped cross, engraved with a coronet above the initial F, manufactured by W.S. Adams & Son, 57 Haymarket, London, 14cm high; another similar, as a stylized castle, engraved with the same monogram, stamped 506; others, conforming engraved monogram, stamped 365 and 28C (4) £50 - £70

1616 A Tibetan silver coloured metal mounted spinach green jade lobed bowl and cover, embossed overall scrolling foliage and animals, 13cm diam £100 - £150

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1621 A Victorian gilt brass and uranium glass shade oil lamp, the brass reservoir embossed with scrolls and flowers lifts from a flared ear thenware receptacle, picked out in turquoise and gold with stylized honeysuckle, the stem applied with curved leaf supports, stepped supports, 77cm high, c. 1890 £60 - £100

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1622 A Victorian mahogany collector’s cabinet, hinged cover above two long drawers, enclosing a collection of exotic sea shells, turned handles, skirted base, 32cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £100

1629 A Victorian Tunbridge Ware compass, the screw on cover inlaid with a geometric design lifts to reveal a compass, 5.5cm diam, c.1860 £60 - £100

1623 A Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular seal box, hinged cover with moulded edge, enclosing five plum velvet lined compartments with a collection of eight desk seals, the hafts of ivory and various timbers, skir ted base, 35cm wide, c.1880 £120 - £180

1624 A Victorian novelty brass mounted coromandel inkwell, as a military mor tar, the Patent Ordnance Ink Stand, the barrel applied with cut-card work, 7cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

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1630 A William IV mahogany and gilt metal book trough, three-quarter gallery pierced and cast with flowering and leafy C-scrolls, incurved base with beaded border, 54.5cm wide, c.1835 £200 - £300

1625 A Victorian papier mâché rectangular visiting card case, painted with colourful summer flowers, hinged cover, 9cm long, c.1850; another, similar; another, fernware, 10cm long (3) £60 - £100

1631 An 18th century armorial panel coach or carriage panel, painted with arms and monogram RF, 30cm x 22.5cm, c.1750 Heraldry: The arms appear to be those of Foulston, originally from Devonshire. £60 - £100

1626 A Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl marquetry rectangular writing box, inlaid with a vase of flowers and leaves on scrolling stems, hinged cover enclosing an inset baize lined writing surface, ink well and pen and stamp compartments, 35.5cm wide, c.1860 £80 - £120

1627

1627 A Victorian scratch built stationary engine, by John Tooth of Bristol, the 29cm wide barrel tank with various taps to variate pressure, mounted on an ebonised plinth with the engine, 36cm high overall, c. 1890 £100 - £150

1632

1632 An 18th century Continental reverse painted glass and giltwood mirror, shaped arched cresting decorated with a lady of title finely dressed, the border with faux agate, 34cm high, 20cm wide, c.1775 £80 - £120

1628 A Victorian silver coloured metal mounted ivory rectangular visiting card case or purse, hinged cover restrained by a pen, enclosing twelve paper lined compartments, 10.5cm long, c.1880; a Victorian mother of pearl rectangular visiting card case, veneered with lozenges and engraved with flowering leafy stems, hinged cover, 10.5cm long, c.1880 (2) £70 - £100 For more images please visit

1633 An 18th/early 19th century Colonial mahogany rectangular butler’s cutlery tray, shaped swing handle, shaped sides, 32cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100 141

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1639 An arrangement of Grand Tour plaster intaglios, circular frame, 22.5cm diam £130 - £150

1640 An Asian lacquer carving, of Buddha, seated in meditation, the base decorated with figures, 31cm high, 19th/early 20th century £60 - £100 1641 An early 20th century crocodile skin travelling vanity case, hinged two-piece cover, 32cm wide, retailed by Mappin & Webb, London, c.1920 £60 - £100

1642 An early 20th century gentleman’s morocco rectangular vanity case, the silk lined interior fitted with silver coloured metal jars and bottles, leather outer cover, 29cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £150 1643 An early 20th century terrestrial table globe, Erd Globus, Dr H Fischer, Leipzig, turned stand, 64cm high, c.1900 £150 - £250 1644 An early Victorian rosewood rectangular ink casket, hinged cover enclosing four clear glass wells, 23cm wide, c.1840 £60 - £80

1645 An early Victorian tortoiseshell, mother of pearl and abalone marquetr y rectangular visiting card case, engraved and inlaid with fanciful birds and flowering leafy branches, 11cm long, c.1840; another, inlaid with with flowering branches, 10.5cm long, c.1840; another (3) £100 - £150

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1634 An 18th/early 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry table cabinet, hinged cover and fall front enclosing a deep compartment above a door and four small drawers veneered in tor toiseshell, turned ivor y knop handles, inlaid overall with vases of flowers and scrolling acanthus, bun feet, 27cm high, 25.5cm wide, 34cm deep, c.1800 £500 - £700

1646 An Elizabethan oak figural pilaster, car ved as a bearded androgynous bust length figure or herm, the lower section carved with scrolls and stylised leaves, 42cm long, c.1600 £60 - £100

1635 An Anglo Indian rectangular writing box, the cover inlaid with stylised floral roundel, the front conforming, handles to sides, fitted interior, 45cm wide, 20cm high, c.1880 £150 - £200

1647 An Indian brass rectangular shrine icon, chased with Hindu god Shiva, he stands, holding a trident and sword, a vanquished foe at his feet, 29cm x 21cm, 19th century £100 - £150

1636 An Anglo-Indian hardwood rectangular visiting card case, carved in relief with stylised big cats amongst scrolling blossoming branches, push-fitting cover, 10cm long, c.1900; another, outlined with a band of Sadeli marquetry, 10cm long, c.1900 (2) £80 - £120

1648 An Indo-Persian lacquer onion shaped vase, painted with birds, flowerheads and scrolling leaves within arched panels, in subdued tones of red and gilt, 19cm high, 18th/19th century £60 - £100

1637 An Anglo-Indian hardwood, ivor y and sadeli marquetry lozenge shaped stationer y box, hinged cover enclosing five sandalwood divisions inlaid with pairs of roundels, each raised panel carved buildings and scrolling leaves, outlined with geometric borders, 25cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150

1649 An Italian Grand Tour circular plaque, side profile of Sylla, on slate, 14.5cm diam, circular rosewood frame £40 - £60

1650 An oak folk art carving, naively depicting liberty, she stands, with torch raised, 49cm high, 18th/19th century £60 - £100

1638 An Anglo-Indian ivory and Sadeli marquetry rectangular visiting card case, veneered with a field of geometric motifs, push-fitting cover, 10.5cm long, c.1900; another, similar (2) £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1651 An unusual 19th century Palais Royale type bronze, rose and peach marble revolving taper stick and pen stand, bell shaped sconce cast with fruiting vine, turned circular base, 14cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100

1656 An unusual stag antler gentleman’s hunting lodge smoking room compendium, the posted handle carved in relief with a deer, above provision for cigarettes, tapers, vestas and spills, 29cm wide, c.1900 £80 - £120

1652 An unusual giltwood and gesso revolving table mirror, rectangular plate with scroll cresting, acanthus grasped column, lotus socle, triform base with fluted knop finials, scroll feet, 51cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

1657 Anthony Webster, a silhouette, of a gentleman with a coaching whip, signed, dated 1838, watercolour, 25.5cm, x 18.5cm £80 - £120

1658 A late 19th century brass Bristol Officials Electric square hand lamp, made by the Bristol Electric Safety Lamp Works, London, marked BS V, 11009, 29cm high, late 19th century (lacking lens) £60 - £100

1654 An unusual late Victorian/Edwardian mahogany circular drinks serving tray, deep gallery, the field with a turned bottle coaster, brass scroll handles, 48cm wide, c.1900 £50 - £80

1655

1655 An unusual Scottish pewter partner’s desk stand, both hinged covers lift to reveal compar tments for pens and ink, inner lid engraved ‘His Grace John Duke of Atholl 1820’, the opposing outer lid engraved ‘Mr J. D. Williamson 1859’, bun supports, 4.6cm high, 17.7cm wide, c. 1820 John Murray, 4th Duke of Atholl (1755-1830) was a representative Scottish peer, governor of the Isle of Man, Grand Master of the Antient Grand Lodge of England. £50 - £80

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1659 Coal Mining History - a 19th century all brass Hepplewhite Gray Ashworth’s Patent miner’s lamp, by Stanley, Derby, swing carrying handle and cushion shaped canopy above a brass funnel and glass chamber flanked on two tiers by four columns, the base marked GWHB, 22cm high £100 - £150

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Original Patent Lamp is safe up to 50 feet per second velocity in explosive mixtures, framed (3)

Until the 19th century coal mines were lit by candles, which generally gave a good light but which flickered or went out in sudden gusts of wind (prevalent in mines due to the vagaries of ventilation) and which were also a danger if there was a build-up of inflammable gas, called firedamp, which on contact with a naked flame, would explode. In May 1812 the 92 fatalities of the Felling Pit disaster stimulated research into safer ways of lighting the mine and in November 1815, both Sir Humphrey Davy, Bt., FRS and the steam engineer George Stephenson demonstrated miner’s lamps of their own devising., although in 1813, another device called the Clanny Lamp had been demonstrated by William Allen, but had been considered impractical.

Both Davy’s and Stephenson’s lamps (which relied on various amounts of metal gauze to separate the flame from the surrounding air, but which consequently gave much inferior light) were considered a success, although Davy’s was better at detecting the presence of gas build-ups whilst Stephenson’s (the Geordie lamp) gave better light, yet neither was wholly satisfactory. However, as early as 1818, an explosion at Wallsend Collier y demonstrated that in cer tain circumstances the flame could pass through the Davy lamp’s gauze with fatal results. Fur thermore, both types could be opened for forbidden activities like relighting or to revive a miner’s pipe.

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1660 Coal Mining History - a 19th century Clanny type miner’s lamp, slightly domed steel canopy above a gauze funnel and glass chamber, the base with two aper tures, 26.5cm high £100 - £150 1661 Coal Mining History - a 19th century Davy type brass miner’s lamp, of Newcastle or ‘Geordie’ form, arched canopy with hook, gauze funnel flanked by four steel columns, brass plinth base, 27cm high £100 - £150

Purdy’s lamp, patented in 1879, was a development of the Geordie lamp. A gallery with gauze provides the inlet; above the glass is a chimney with perforated copper cap and gauze outer lid. A brass tube protects the upper works, shields them and keeps them locked in position by a sprung pin. The pin can only be released by applying a vacuum to a captive hollow screw; not something that a nicotine starved miner could manage at the coal face.

1662 Coal Mining History - an important and extremely rare 19th century brass patent miner’s lamp, by William Purdy, carrying hook above a perforated chimney and gauze lined glass chamber, 20cm high, ensuite with a printed adver tisement and original copper printing plates from Purdy’s office, inscribed W Purdy, Eastwood, Nr. Nottingham Miners’ Safety Lamps and Pneumatic Lock and Unlocking Apparatus, Inventor of the Gauzeless Lamp and Metallic Cylinder or Shield to Miners’ Safety Lamps and Pneumatic Lock, Royal Letters Patent, April 1879, First Prize awarded Life Saving Exhibition, London 1882, First Prize awarded Engineering and Metal Trades Exhibition, London 1883, also First Prize (10 guineas) for Best Model, Working Man’s Section, First Prize awarded Sanitar y and Industrial Exhibition, Leicester 1885, Silver Medal awarded International Invention Exhibition, London 1885, Bronze Medal awarded International Invention Exhibition, Liverpool 1886, Previous to W Purdy’s invention the only Miner’s Lamps in use were the Davy, Clanny and Stephenson, exploding in currents of gas at 6ft-8ft and 9ft per second respectively. The application of the Purdy Shield has raised the Gauze Lamps up to a safety of 30 feet per second. The For more images please visit

To accompany his invention, which met with modest success, Purdy published An Essay on Colliery Explosions and Safety Lamps (Colliery Guardian, London, 1880). This set out 16 advantages of his lamp over its predecessors but, despite a fur ther nine fur ther patent lamps being developed, electricity gradually rendered them obsolete. An electric miner’s lamp had been invented in 1859 and Swan’s lamp tried with success from 1881, with electricity becoming widespread in mines by 1900 and universal by 1930. Purdy Lamps are consequently quite rare, the only other one publicly known being in the Durban House Heritage Centre at Eastwood, Notts., the mining village where William Purdy had been born to Francis and Jane Purdy on 16th March 1843. He had a long career in the coal industry and died at Eastwood on New Year’s day 1928. William Purdy’s own lamp and entered into sale by a descendant. £4000 - £6000

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1662

1663 Conchology - an early 20th century mahogany naturalist’s display case, enclosing seven rows of nine compartments containing a collection of exotic sea shells, 46cm wide £60 - £100

1672 Judaica - a 19th century turned ivory Torah yad, reeded knop finial, the shaft with two knotted bands, 19.5cm long, c.1880 £100 - £150

1665 English School (19th century), a silhouette, full profile of Mother and Daughter, 24.5cm x 21.5cm, framed £60 - £80

1673 Masonic Interest - a 19th century pewter loving cup, named to base and inscribed The Gift Of **, A.O.F. And engraved square, compass and other emblems, double scroll handles, reeded borders, skirted base, 16.5cm high, Bentley, Woodstock Street, London, c.1840 £60 - £100

1666 English School (19th century), a silhouette, of a Governess, in profile, 24cm x 19cm £70 - £90

1667 English School (19th century), a silhouette, portrait in full of Richard Tindall Edward Firth, at ease in his study, heightened in pencil, 21cm x 26.5cm, framed £100 - £150

1674 Medical - a 19th century surgeon’s amputation saw, by Ferris & Co, Bristol, 20cm blade, steel frame with tensioner, two-piece chequered grip, 33.5cm long £70 - £90

1668 English School (19th century), a silhouette, William and Mary Eyre, watercolour and pencil, 17cm x 22cm £100 - £150

1675 A Medieval oak carving, of a shepherd-type figure holding a crook, 20cm high, 15th century/16th century £50 - £70 1676 A giltwood and painted Masonic emblem, depicting the Square and Compass, 21.5cm long £40 - £60

1669 Exhibition Medals - ten bronze medallions, Grand Concours International Des Sciences 8 De L’Industrie, Bruxelles 1888; Ausstellung Altona 1869 Strebe Vorwarts; Ville de Beauvais Exposition Industrielle De 1869; others, framed as one £60 - £100

1677 Miniature Furniture - a 19th century mahogany tripod occasional table, the circular tilting top with moulded edge and centred by a roundel, turned baluster column, cabriole legs, scroll feet, 25cm high, 31cm diam £80 - £120

1670 A 19th century French gilt metal and pearl shell table casket, cast throughout with shells, flowers and scrolls, 17cm wide, c. 1880 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

1671 Horse Racing - a rare 19th century cigar cutter, the terminal cast as a bust of Fred Archer (1857-1886), the famous jockey, 16.5cm long £150 - £250

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1686 An 18th century-style shaped oval tortoiseshell veneer easel dressing glass, the frame quite plain, 42cm high £150 - £200

1687 An early 20th century gilt brass novelty desk companion, cast as a night watchman, his tricorn hat hinged, provision for ink, sealing wax, taperstick and vestas, an agate mounted pocket watch hook grasped in his hand, shaped oval base, 19.5cm high, c. 1910 £100 - £150 1688 Treen - a large early 19th century turned lignum vitae pestle, 42cm long, c.1820 £60 - £100 1689 Tribal Art - an Inuit bone spoon, car ved with stylised fish, 11.5cm long £80 - £120

1690 A Victorian lignum vitae cup and ball, turned haft, 23cm long; another, similar (2) £60 - £100

1691 An archaic stone head, carved with stylised features, 30cm x 28cm, 19th century £60 - £100

1678

1692 Huntley and Palmers - a Victorian quatrefoil biscuit tin, for the Great Exhibition 1878, Mexico, with Mexican lassoing horses, the sides with scenes of Mexican life, the base inscribed Huntley and Palmer, London & Reading, Paris Exhibition 1878 The Grand Prize Medal, 8cm x 17.5cm £60 - £100

1678 Miniature Furniture - a George III mahogany chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, oversailing top, turned handles,faux keyholes, skirted base, shaped bracket feet, 31.5cm high, 29cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150 1679 Miniature Furniture - a post-Regency mahogany window seat, scroll ends, turned legs, 43cm wide, c.1830 £70 - £100

1700 A Pyram cartridge clamp, turned handles, 26cm wide; others (4) £40 - £60

1701 A Minerva chromium plated car mascot, boldly cast with a stylized depiction of the goddess of wisdom, the helmet with laurels, manufactor y name to base within a reserve, stamped with a monogram to verso of flowing hair, 14cm high, c. 1930 £300 - £400

1680 Chinese School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze of a camel, cast in the archaic taste, 13cm long; a temple lion, similar (2) £300 - £500

1681 Robertsons ‘Golly its Good’ Advertising figural light, moulded hard rubber, standing, right hand on hip, left arm open for jar, circular base, 65cm high, c.1950 £80 - £120

1702 A Minerva chromium plated car mascot, cast as the goddess in the Ar t Deco taste, the bold company name below the bust, signed P. de Soete in the maquette,14.3cm high, c. 1930 £300 - £400

1683 A Grand Tour type scagliola marble library obelisk, painted in mottled tones of green and red, plinth base conforming, 67cm high £150 - £200

1703 An Art Deco chromium plated car mascot, cast as a nude stretching her legs and wings, stamped 26787 to base, 15cm high, c. 1930 £60 - £80

1684 A 19th century Meerschaum pipe, the bowl carved as a bearded gentleman, ivor y mouthpiece, 13cm long, cased, c. 1880; another, as a hand grasping a corn cob; another (3) £100 - £150

Metalware

1685 Tins - Huntley & Palmers - an early 20th century miniature square biscuit tin, with contents, tin, lithographed in tones of red and green, the cover inscribed Huntley & Palmers Littlefolk Biscuits, the sides Marie, Osbourne, Nice and Ginger Nuts, 4.5cm high, 4cm wide, c.1920 £60 - £100

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1701, 1703 & 1702

1710 A pair of early 18th century brass octagonal table candlesticks, panelled sconces, knopped stems, stepped bases, 22cm high, c.1730 £60 - £100 1711 A Victorian castle copper jelly mould, with four turrets, 11.5cm high, numbered 375 £50 - £70

1712 An 18th century French Perpignan pewter gargoulette, of typical ovoid form, with two spouts, angular handle, 19cm high £50 - £70

1705

1705 An Art Nouveau Orivit pewter ink stand, the pen aperture cast with sycamore leaves and seed pods, 27cm wide, impressed mark, 2167 £50 - £70

1713 An 18th century Armorial circular plate, engraved with Coat of Arms, dar ted border, 21.5cm diam, touchmarks £50 - £70

1706 A 19th century pewter warming meat dish and cover, with well, handles to sides, 58cm wide, c.1860 £50 - £70

Walking Sticks and Canes

1707 A German pewter spoon rack, fitted for tour spoons, dished base, 15cm high, touchmarks £50 - £70

1731 A 19th century Black Forest type gentleman’s novelty automaton walking cane, the pommel carved as the head of a dog, his moveable mouth with painted tongue, glass eyes, malacca shaft, 92cm long £70 - £100

1708 A late 17th/early 18th century copper cooking vessel, cast iron handle, 18cm diam £100 - £150

1732 A 19th century folk art walking cane, the pommel carved as a comical figure wearing a broad brimmed hat, the rustic shaft with a figure in a pulpit, 87cm long £100 - £150

1709 A pair of 19th century Anglo-Indian brass grain measures, of typical banded form, the front middle bands chased with the royal arms, applied with handles, 14.1cm high, 20.6cm diam £200 - £250 For more images please visit

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1733 A 19th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the horn handle carved as the head of a greyhound, thornwood shaft, 991cm long £60 - £100

1747 A Victorian Masonic gentleman’s walking cane, the silver coloured metal curved L-shaped handle wrythen and embossed with acanthus, inscribed Cumberland Lodge 1892, ebonised shaft, 92cm long; another silver mounted walking cane, Birmingham 1922 (2) £70 - £90

1734 A 19th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the L-shaped handle carved with a big cat, bamboo shaft, 97cm long £80 - £120

1748 A Victorian silver mounted and ivory carriage whip, by Swaine & Adeney, Makers to The Queen and Prince of Wales, 186 Piccadilly, London, the silver mounts embossed with scrolls and flowerheads, London 1878 £60 - £100

1735 A 19th century marine bone gentleman’s walking cane, L-shaped ivory handle, gilt metal ferule and cap chased with scrolling foliage, 83cm long £300 - £400

1736 A 19th century novelty maritime walking stick, shark vertebrae shaft, L-shaped horn handle, 83cm long; a gilt metal mounted bamboo swagger stick, chased pommel and ferule, 72.5cm long (2) £60 - £100

1749 An early 20th century Black Forest type gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the pommel carved as a the head of a dog, glass eyes, hardwood shaft, 89.5cm long £50 - £80

1737 A 19th century riding crop, L-shaped stag antler handle, bamboo shaft, 54cm long; others, similar (6) £80 - £120

1750 An early 20th century Colonial gentleman’s walking cane, the L-shaped horn handle applied with stylised leafy branches, hardwood shaft, 89cm long £60 - £80

1738 A 19th century system seat walking cane, opening up to form a three-legged stool, removable brass bound pommel, 89.5cm long, c.1880 Reference: Dike, Catherine, Cane Curiosa £70 - £100

1751 An early 20th century gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as the head of a pug, ebonised shaft, 89.5cm long overall, the silver ferule London 1929 £100 - £150

1739 A Black Forest gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the pommel carved as a smiling bear, inscribed Rheinfall, 90cm long, c.1900 £80 - £120 1740 A gentleman’s novelty walking cane handle, carved as a frog, ebonised shaft, 90cm long £60 - £100

1752 An early 20th century gentleman’s walking cane, Chinese silver coloured metal T shaped handle, embossed with scrolling dragon, ebonised shaft, 90cm long, c.1900 £60 - £100

1742 A George V silver mounted riding crop, by Zair, Lshaped stag antler handle, deep ferule, 67cm long overall, Birmingham 1924; another, Brigg, London 1911 (2) £80 - £120

1754 An early 20th century gentleman’s walking cane, ivorine Boxer dog`s head handle, glass eye, 92cm long £60 - £100

1741 A gentleman’s novelty walking cane, the handle as the head of a retriever, 86cm long £70 - £90

1753 An early 20th century gentleman’s walking cane, horn handle, 18ct gold tip and collar, ebonised shank, 91cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100

1744 A late Victorian/Edwardian gentleman’s bamboo novelty walking cane, by Brigg, London, stamped, the pommel carved as a chimpanzee, 91cm long, c.1900 £80 - £120

1755 An early 20th century lady’s parasol, malacca shaft, embossed gilt metal collar, three ball terminal, each painted with cherubs, in pastel tones, 92.5cm high; another; etc (3) £60 - £100

1745 A silver mounted military riding crop, by Swaine, Sabson, the pommel with domed car touche crested and inscribed Riding House Depar tment of His Majesty’s Ordnance, 72cm long overall, the mounts London & Birmingham 1963/64 £60 - £80

1756 An early 20th century military swagger stick, Royal Guernsey Militia, 69cm long; another (2) £60 - £80

1757 A 19th century whale bone walking stick, plain handle, 78cm long £400 - £600

1746 A Victorian malacca gentleman’s walking cane, wrythen L-shaped ivory handle, deep gilt metal ferule chased with scrolling leaves and centred by a shield shaped cartouche, 90cm long, dated 1889 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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Taxidermy

1767 A 19th century Islamic textile panel, worked in silver and coloured threads with a lozenge of geometric motifs and stylised flowering stems to angles, centred by Arabic script, meandering border, 35cm x 35cm, framed £60 - £100 1768 A 19th century rectangular silk picture, embroidered with stylised flowers, 75cm x 55cm £50 - £70 1769 A 19th century rectangular woolwork picture, in coloured threads with eagles at a cliff face, 60cm x 42cm £60 - £100

1770 A 20th century Indian wall hanging, embroidered in gold thread, sequinned and padded with elephant and attendants, bordered with mystical beasts, red velvet ground, 95cm x 140cm £80 - £120 1771 A large 18th century silkwork picture, worked in raised gold and coloured threads with a vase of flowers and cornucopia, beneath a canopy, 84cm x 69.5cm, c.1775 £100 - £150

1761

1761 Taxidermy - a guinea pig, mounted amongst grasses in a naturalistic setting, parcel gilt ebonised case, 38cm wide £80 - £120

1772 A Victorian Berlin woolwork picture, a farmer and his companions, he wistfully stands by his horse, plough and dog, 38cm x 29cm £60 - £100

1762 Taxidermy - a Victorian arrangement of exotic birds, including a black hooded yellow oriel and a pair of bronze-winged jacana, naturalistically mounted amongst moss and grasses, rectangular case with bun feet, 51cm high, 49cm wide, c.1880 £100 - £150

1773 A Victorian Berlin woolwork picture, colourfully woven with Moses being rescued from the Nile, 74cm x 62.5cm, c. 1850 £60 - £100

Textiles

1774 An Arts and Crafts oval velvet panel, printed in the William Morris style with flowering Jerusalem artichokes in varying tones of yellow and brown on a cinnamon ground, the border trimmed with threads of autumnal colours, satintype lining, 200cm high, 155cm wide, c. 1890 £100 - £150

1765

1765 A 17th century rectangular woolwork panel, depicting allegorical figures beside a fountain, 36cm x 50cm, c.1690 £300 - £500

1775

1775 An early 18th century woolwork tapestry panel, brightly worked in mixed techniques with allegorical figures of Britannia, Justice and Commerce, within a Baroque architectural cartouche on a ground of flowers and scrolling leaves, 63cm x 69cm, c.1700 - 1720 £100 - £150

1766 A 19th century Indian linen palampore, woodblock printed in varying shades of red, pink, blue and green with a rectangular panel of carnations, scrolling vine and other flowers, with a conforming outer band, 260cm high, 163cm wide £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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1781

1776 An Uzbek Suzani, typically worked with stylised motifs in tones of red and orange, 240cm x 170cm £100 - £150

1781 A Victorian fabric mosaic tapestry by Mary Fieland of 28 Julian Road, Folkestone, of a Hungarian Beauty, she sits on a sedan chair while being carried through the village, arranged in bright colours and various materials, including satin, velvet and silk, titled to verso, 34cm x 44cm, giltwood frame carved with acanthus, c. 1880 Provenance: East Kent Art Society label to verso £150 - £200

1777 Lace Making - a 19th century lace maker’s bobbin, carved, pierced and turned bone, picked out in colours, glass bead spangles, 9cm long; an assor tment of similar turned bone bobbins; qty £120 - £150

Fans

1778 Lace Making - a 19th century named lace maker’s bobbin, carved, pierced and turned bone, picked out in colours, bead spangles, Elizabeth Lewis, 9cm long; an assortment of similar named bone bobbins, Edward Homes, Hannah, Lydia, Nancy, Ann, James, Susan, Jack; others (18) £150 - £180 1779 Lace Making - a 19th century turned treen lace maker’s bobbin, colourful glass bead spangles, 9cm long; a large assor tment of similar bobbins; patterns for lace trimmings on velum and card; brass pins; white cotton on reels; booklets and pamphlets on lace making; three lace maker’s cushions £100 - £120

1785

1780 Lace Making - a large lace maker’s cushion, complete with a section of partly woven lace trimming and pattern, assorted turned treen bobbins, colourful glass bead spangles, late 19th / early 20th century £50 - £80

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1785 A 19th century Chinese hardwood and pith paper double-sided fan, the pith paper folds colourfully painted with a cour t scene, showing the emperor in yellow attended by his wives, eunuchs and sages in various stylized landscapes and interiors, the figures with applied painted ivory heads, the hardwood sticks and guards carved in relief figures in fanciful landscapes of plentiful blossom and pagodas, 29.5cm long £200 - £300

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1786 A 19th century French double-sided paper fan, the front printed with gentleman and ladies in eighteenthcentury dress dining in formal gardens, below is a printed band of musical trophies and flowers, the verso with a similar view in gilt on a dark magnolia ground, the sticks picked out in colours and gilding with mistletoe-type sprigs, 21.6cm long £60 - £100

1792

1792 A Cantonese ivory brisé fan, the fretwork folds finely pierced and carved with a crane, finch and mythical beasts in compar tments, contained within a larger fanshaped lozenge of branches of blossom and other flowers, the guards carved in relief with figures in stylized landscapes and chrysanthemums, 19.5cm long, c.1870 £200 - £300

1787

1787 A 19th century French painted fan, by Billotey, the silk folds painted with a peasant girl carr ying a pail and looking out at a hilltop town, signed, mother of pearl sticks pierced, carved and decorated with gilt flowers, silver plated suspension loop, 37cm long, c. 1880 £200 - £250

1793 A Chinese double-sided bone fan, the shaped pierced folds applied front and verso with blue, pink, cream and magnolia silk panels painted in colourful enamels with figures in traditional dress, floral trophies and mythical beasts, studded with colourful metal sequins, 21cm long, late 18th/early 19th century £70 - £100

1788 A 19th century French silk crêpe and ivory fan, the folds painted with a central frame of a courting couple in a landscape, flanked by two oval compar tments of painted landscapes, the cream ground with alternating swags and leaves in sequins and lace, fretwork ivory sticks and guard, suspension loop, 26cm long; another similar, tor toiseshell sticks and guard, 22cm long (2) £60 - £100

1789 A 19th century palm leaf and metal sequin fan, the treated leaf folds decorated with white metal sequin flowers and applied with metal fretwork cresting and base, white painted sticks, 22cm long; a 19th century silk crêpe and ivory folding fan, the folds applied with bands and swags of sequins, the sticks and decorated in relief with gilt piqué stylized columns, applied with white metal discs, suspension loop, 25.9cm long; others, similar (5) £80 - £120

1794

1790 A Cantonese bone brisé thirteen fold fan, the sticks pierced with decorative motifs, strung with red silk, 25.8cm long, c. 1870 £100 - £150

1794 A Chinese export ivory and paper fan, the front folds painted centrally with birds on a blossom tree, either side of which a scholar and a peasant contemplate nature, the verso with a simple sprig, ivory fretwork sticks picked out in gilt with blossom, the shoulder of the fan carved in relief with a blossoming flowerhead and leaves, 28cm long, c. 1780 £200 - £250

1791 A Cantonese ivory brisé fan, the folds decorated in fretwork with figures in a continuous stylized landscape of pagodas, temples and trees, the guards carved in carved with matching scenes, 18.5cm long, c. 1870 £100 - £150

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1799

1795 A Chinese export paper and lacquer fan, the paper folds brightly painted front and verso in various colours with eunuchs and oher figures in stylized interiors and landscapes between bands of foliage, the figures with applied ivory heads, black lacquer sticks picked out in gilt with a sage, blossom trees and decorative motifs, 28cm long, 18th/19th century £200 - £250

1799 A Japanese double-sided paper and hardwood folding fan, possibly for a gentleman, painted with a rectangular gold reser ve on a black pith ground around which is painted bands of floral motifs, the top border with gilt kanji-type script and Japanese symbols, applied with manuscript paper label in red ink, thinly cut hardwood sticks, 29.5cm long, Edo Period £60 - £100

1796 A Chinese hardwood and ostrich feather fan, the twenty carved sticks set with ostrich feathers, hardwood guards carved in relief with figures in a stylized landscape of pagodas and lofty blossom, 26cm long, c. 1870 £60 - £100

1800

1800 A silk crêpe and mother of pearl fan, possibly French, the folds painted with a pair of putto, one reads on a balcony and underneath a lantern to the other on a rooftop at night, framed by branches of blossom, trees and a crescent moon, mother of pearl sticks, silvered suspension loop, 36.5cm long, retailed by Vergne, Marseille, boxed c. 1880 £120 - £180

1797

1797 A Duvelleroy double-sided parchment fan, the front folds printed in pink with the Palais du Trocadéro during the Exposition Universelle of 1878, the formally laid grounds with a stylized pagoda and figures, the verso with another prospect of the Palais du Torcardéro in multiple tones of blue, signed Duvelleroy 1878, ash sticks, 29.5cm, c. 1878 £80 - £120

1801 A silk, lace and mother of pearl fan by T. Houghton, the silk folds trimmed with ornate Flemish lace trim and painted with a maiden dancing before a pond of water lilies and dragonflies, signed, mother of pearl sticks, brass suspension loop, 39cm long, cased, retailed by Nathalie, Sloane Street, London, c. 1880 £50 - £80

1798 A Japanese double-sided paper and bamboo folding fan, possibly for a gentleman, colourfully painted with a dancing ceremony before the shogun in a stylized landscape, the verso with extensive kanji-type script, signed in a red lozenge, thinly cut sticks and guards, 26.1cm long, Edo Period £60 - £100 For more images please visit

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1805 An 18th century Continental fan, possibly French, the cream silk crêpe folds with three gilt frames and silver sequins, the central ornately framed compartment with a knave enticing a maiden before monastic ruins, flanked by two compartments of stylized fleur-de-lys, painted powder blue border, ivor y sticks tooled in gilt piqué with scrolls, brass suspension loop, 26cm long, c. 1780 (faults) £60 - £100

1802

1802 A Venetian paper and ivory fan, the paper folds painted with classical figures emblematic of the Muses in an Arcadian landscape with urns and a wooded grove in the distance, the sticks carved in relief with a beau and his girl in period dress, he plays a flute and she nurses a dog at her feet, the centre with baroque creatures of the sea, flanked by trees, the ivory guards similarly car ved, 28.9cm long, c. 1770 £150 - £180

1806

1806 An 18th/early 19th century French ivory and paper eighteen stick fan, painted with the children of an aristocratic family in a garden, their dolls, drum puppet and other toys beside them, within a border of flowers, leaves, diapers and fanciful birds picked out in gilt, the sticks and boards pierced, silvered and gilt with fur ther flowers and scrolls, 51cm wide, framed £150 - £200

1803 A Victorian ebony and fabric fan, the black satin lined folds embroidered with a floral sprig in gold beads, the ebony sticks picked out in gilt with sprigs of wheat, classical motifs and swags, 38cm high, c.1880; another similar, smaller, 27cm high, c.1880; a late 19th century Flemish black lace and ebony fan, the folds painted with butterflies and sprigs of mistletoe, 34cm high (3) £60 - £100

1807 An Edwardian egret feather court fan, the simulated tortoiseshell guard applied with an ornate cipher beneath a coronet in paste diamonds, suspension loop, 46cm long, c. 1910; others similar, various sizes (4) £70 - £100

1804 A Victorian silk and mother of pearl fan, the folds painted with a pair of birds on a blossoming branch, mother of pearl sticks and guard, 36cm long, boxed, retailed by The Crown Perfumery Company, New Bond Street, c. 1880; another, the green folds painted with violet-type flowers and blue ribbon, gilt suspension loop with green paste stones, 34cm long, c. 1880 (2) £70 - £100

1808 An Edwardian silk, satin and ostrich feather fan, the front folds naturalistically painted with daisies, cornflowers and bees, trimmed with a row of ostrich feathers, the white wavy sticks decorated in silver with floral sprigs, brass suspension loop, 40cm long, c. 1905 £60 - £100

1809 An Etruscan Revival dark patinated bronze tripod standard lamp, the bowed reservoir cast and applied with lion masks and fruiting vine, lotus grasped reeded column, lion paw feet, 160cm high, c. 1890 £1000 - £1500

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Lighting

1812 A pair of 19th century ormolu figural two-light, two-branch candelabra, each cast as a satyr suppor ting a pair of campana sconces, circular bases with lotus borders, 16.5cm high, £300 - £500

1810 A 19th century Rococo ormolu five-light, fourbranch table candelabra, detachable nozzles, acanthus cast branches and scrolling branches, vasular column, rouge marble socle, shaped apron with vacant car touches, acanthus scroll feet, 58cm high, c.1860 £100 - £150

1813 A pair of Derbyshire alabaster ceiling lights, radiating lobed underside, beaded border, 40cm diam, c. 1920 £60 - £100

1811 A French bronze table lamp, cast as a dolphin, circular veined green marble base, 46.5cm high £80 - £120

1814 A pair of post-Regency bronze mantel candle lustres, waisted campana sconces above lotus cast drip pans, triform columns with scrolls to angles, incurved canted bases, 19cm high, c.1830 £60 - £100

1815 A pair of tall 19th century bronze five-light tripod table candelabra, lotus cast campana sconces, anthemion and acanthus scroll branches, acanthus grasped reeded columns, broad fluted disc socles, lion paw feet, 50cm high, c.1850 £100 - £150

1816 A French gilt and patinated bronze six-light electrolier, domed cresting above a frieze of tasseled swags, the scrolling branches terminating in female blackamoors, acanthus underfinial, 86cm high £1500 - £2000

1817 A 17th/18th century Italian softwood pricket candlestick, the knopped stem carved with acanthus and scrolls, triform base, scroll feet, 46cm high, as a lamp £60 - £100

1812

Derbyshire Stones

1820 A Blue John octagonal table salt, faceted edges, 5.5cm diam £100 - £150 1821 A Derbyshire Ashford marble pylon shaped pocket watch stand, in the Egyptian taste, engraved with hieroglyphics and ancient motifs, spring-loaded cover to verso, plinth base, 14.5cm high, c.1860 £60 - £100 1822 A Derbyshire Ashford marble rectangular desk weight, inlaid with a cross in malachite and specimen stones, 14cm wide, c.1860 £50 - £70

1823 A Derbyshire Blue John Five-Vein goblet, bucket shaped bowl, turned and knopped stem, domed circular base, 15.5cm high £1000 - £1500 1824 A large 19th century Derbyshire Spar egg shaped paperweight, mounted on a turned lignum vitae base, 15cm high overall £80 - £120

1825 A North European ivory figure, car ved as a vagabond holding a bird cage, the occupant perched on his hand, brass plinth base, 18cm high, c.1880 £300 - £400

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Miniatures

1826 A pair of 19th century Derbyshire alabaster ewer crestings, boldly carved as dolphins, each with acanthus socle above a pair a flowering basket frieze, 37cm high, c.1860 (formerly part of larger objects) £60 - £100

1830 After François-Hubert Drouais, a 19th centur y portrait miniature, of Madame de Pompadour, half length, nearly full faced in lace embroidered yellow flowered dress with striped white and blue ribbons, canted rectangular, watercolour on ivor y, 10cm x 8.5cm, canted rectangular ormolu frame cast with strapwork

1827

Provenance: Sotheby’s Sale December 1944, Lot 73 M Papier Collection Jeane-Antoinette Poisson was the notorious mistress of King Louis XV of France from 1745 until her death in 1764. She was born in 1721, daughter of Francois Poisson, a minister in the Government, and was quickly welcomed at court for her beauty and discernment. She was always discreet, a great patron of the arts, especially architecture, and was caregful never to offend the Queen. She was known as La Reinette (little queen) and was raised to a Marquessate as theMarquise de Pompadour by the King. £200 - £300

1830

1831

1827 A pair of 19th century Derbyshire Ashford marble candlesticks, campana sconces, turned circular bases, inlaid with bands of crinoid marble, malachite and other specimen stones, 11cm high, c.1850 £80 - £120

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1834

1831 Andrew Plimer (1763 - 1837) a portrait miniature, of F B Reaston, head and shoulders, looking to sinister, with gaze directed at spectator, wearing a brown coat and white cravat, signed with initials and dated ‘A·P 86’, oval, watercolour on ivory, 4cm x 3.25cm, yellow coloured metal ribbon tied frame

1833 Anthony Stewart (1773-1846), a miniature, Anthony Stewart, junior, pencil and wash, on paper, 5.5cm x 4cm £40 - £60 1834 Attributed to Richard Conway (1742 - 1821) a portrait miniature, of Anne, Countess Dysart, nearly threequar ter length, looking to sinister, with gaze directed at spectator, her high piled curly hair with a white bandeau, wearing a low cut dress with blue sash, oval, watercolour on ivory, 7.5cm x 6cm, yellow coloured metal frame, the verso with neo-classical white seed pearl ‘jewelled’ urn within a deep blue enamel border

Provenance: Miss Locker Lampson Collection Sotheby’s Sale December 1943, Lot 90 M Papier Collection Francis Bushell Reaston was a London barrister who died in August 1827 as proprietor of the Horsington Estate, Somerset. In February 1798 he had married Mar y, only daughter and heiress of Samuel Jackson of London, who changed his name in 1757 to Dodington (sic) on inheriting the Horsington Estate from his uncle George Dodington, and who was High Sheriff of Somerset in 1762. Mary died 30th Aporil 1812, but there were no children £1000 - £1500

Provenance: Miss Locker Lampson Collection Sotheby’s Sale December 1943, Lot 103 Illustrated by George C Williamson in Richard Cosway, R.A., London : G. Bell, 1905 Anna Maria (1745-1804) was the daughter of David Lewis of Malvern Hall, Solihull, Warwickshire, and in 1781 married Major the Hon. Wilbraham Talmash (the name spelling was altered to Tollemache two decades later). Born in 1736 he was youngest son of Lionel Talmash, 4th Earl of Dysart, and Scottish Earldom created for one the Murray family in 1643, which was able to pass through the female line. He had served in the army, was MP for Northampton and in 1785 High Sheriff of Cheshire, although his main seat was Ham House, near Kew in Surrey. He succeeded his brother as 6th Earl in 1799, but died childless in 1821 when the title passed to the Manners family through his sister £1000 - £1500

1832 Andrew Plimer (1763 - 1837) a portrait miniature, of Mrs F B Reaston, nee Mar y Doddington, head and shoulders, looking to sinister, with gaze directed at spectator, wearing white dress, signed with initials and dated ‘A·P 1786’, oval, watercolour on ivor y, 4cm x 3.25cm, yellow coloured metal frame Provenance: Miss Locker Lampson Collection Sotheby’s Sale December 1943, Lot 90 M Papier Collection £1000 - £1500

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1837

1835 Attributed to Richard Cosway (1742 - 1821) a portrait miniature, of Jane Frances Rose, d.Oct 12th 1851, wife of Sir John George Rose, nearly three-quarter length, full face, wearing a white frilled mob cap, low cut white dress with blue sash, oval, watercolour on ivor y, 8cm x 6.5cm, yellow coloured metal titled frame, the verso with plaited blond hair

1837 C G Cruickshank (19th century), Lizzie, a Portrait miniature, of a young girl and red squirrel, watercolour on ivory, oval, 12.5cm x 9.5cm Paper label to verso inscribed in ink No.3 Lizzie, a Portrait, painted by Miss C G Cruickshank, 20 Clarendon Road, S. Kensington £200 - £300 1838 E Melocchi, a por trait miniature, St Fabiola, after Jean-Jacques Henner, oval, watercolour on ivory, 8.5cm x 6cm £60 - £100

Provenance: Sotheby’s Sale April 18th 1945 Lot 101, Ex Col. A.S.G. Douglas Collection M Papier Collection £500 - £800

1839 English School (18th century), a portrait miniature, of a lady, bust length, wearing a red silk dress in the Oriental taste, oval, watercolour on ivory, 7cm x 5.5cm £100 - £150 1840 English School (19th century), a portrait miniature, Grieving a Friend, watercolour on ivory, 9cm x 7cm £150 - £200

1836

1836 Bernard Lens (1682 - 1740) a portrait miniature, of a man, full faced, head glaze slightly to dexter, with dark brown hair, wearing a a white cravat and blue coat with gold frogging over a white and and gold vest, stippled ground, oval, watercolour on ivory, 4cm x 3.25cm, yellow coloured metal frame, leaf suspension

1841

1841 English School (early 19th century), a por trait miniature, of a lady, draped provocatively, her shawl tied loosely with a blue ribbon, 8.5cm x 8cm, gilt frame £150 - £250

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1842 English School, early 19th centur y, Dr Marlee of Peter House Cambridge (sic), bust length wearing academic dress, silhouette with a red gown, oval, 7.1cm x 6cm, inscribed to verso, papier mâché frame £60 - £100

1844

1844 George Engleheart (1750 - 1829) a portrait miniature, of Henry Churchill, head and shoulders, looking to dexter, powdered hair en queue, wearing a white cravat, plum coloured coat with gold braid, oval, watercolour on ivory, 4cm x 3.25cm, yellow coloured metal frame

Provenance: Sotheby’s Sale November 9th 1944, Lot 61 Ex Collection of Late Sir St Clari Thomson M Papier Collection Henry Churchill was baptised at Dorchester in October 1751, son of Joseph Churchill of Compton Abbas, Dorset, but who belonged to a family of prosperous freehold farmers at Deddington, Oxon, where he married Hannah Monkland in 1779. He became a lawyer and possibly died in London. £1000 - £1500 1845 J Chardon Du Ranquet, French, early 20th century, a rectangular por trait miniature, of a lady, wearing pearls, 13.5cm x 11cm £80 - £120

1843

1843 Francesco Tozelli (1745 - 1822) a portrait miniature, of Mme Rowland, three-quarters to sinister, gaze directed at spectator, wearing a white and blue dress and shoulders, signed, oval, watercolour on ivory, 4cm x 5cm, yellow coloured metal ribbon tied frame Provenance: Sotheby’s Sale December 13th 1943, Lot 76 M Papier Collection £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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1846 Richard Crosse (1742-1810), a portrait miniature, of a lady, head and gaze three-quarters dexter, dark piled hair, a rose in her corsage, wearing a pink wrap over a white flowered dress, oval, watercolour on ivory, 4.5cm x 3.25cm, yellow coloured metal frame Provenance: Sotheby’s October 12th 1944 Ex Collection of the Late Thomas Hugh Cobb Esq Exhibited at the Exhibition of British Art at the Louvre, Paris 1938 In connection with this exhibition see an article by Ralph Edwards in the Burlington Magazine, May 1938 M Papier Collection £600 - £1000

Bijouterie

1850 A 19th century boxwood novelty stamp box, carved as a tortoise, 9cm long £80 - £120 1851 A 19th century carved rock crystal desk seal, fluted pommel, the gilt metal mounted carnelian matrix grasped by a hand, 8cm long £600 - £800

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1858 1852 A 19th century enamel novelty egg shaped bonbonniere, painted with a courting couple and extensive landscapes, within shaped reserves highlighted with raised gilt scrolls on a bleu royale ground, 5cm long £200 - £300

1857 A 19th century tortoiseshell and pique rounded rectangular pocket cigar case, hinged cover inlaid with a leafy scroll monogram, 14cm long, c.1860 £50 - £80

1858 A fine Louis XVI gold, ‘Japanese’ lacquer and pique canted rectangular snuff box, the hinged cover decorated in the chinoiserie taste, with a bird amongst flowers and leafy bamboo, the sides with fur ther flowers and leafy stems, the base with prunus, outlined throughout by chased borders enamelled in tones of violet, pink, pale blue and green with trailing flowering stems, apparently unmarked, 8cm wide, c.1785 £10000 - £12000

1853 A 19th century enamel novelty snuff box, as an oversize verge pocket watch, the ‘dial’ with Arabic numerals and painted with a cour ting couple, to verso with a lake, outlined in tooled gilt with trailing vine on a bleu celeste ground, 10cm over loop £300 - £400 1854 A 19th century enamel oval table snuff box, brightly painted with ducks, herons and other birds, hinged cover painted to verso with gentlemen playing backgammon, 8.5cm wide £500 - £700

1859 A George III South Staffordshire enamel baluster custard cup and cover, painted with figures walking amongst ruins, a fisherman and a tall masted ship, within shaped reserves, gilt with scrolls and trellis on a pink ground, ball finial, scroll handle, 9.5cm high, c.1770 £300 - £400

1855 A 19th century gold coloured metal mounted tortoiseshell and silver pique rounded rectangular pocket cigarette case, hinged cover inlaid with a shield shaped car touche and two horizontal bands, 8cm long, c.1875; a purse shaped visiting card case, similar (2) £60 - £80

1860 A George III South Staffordshire enamel flattened ovoid scent bottle, painted with fishermen and a potential suitor, to verso with a spor tsman and his hound, within shaped car touches outlined with raised gilt scrolls, on an opaque ground, gilt metal stopper and chain, 10cm high, c.1775 £700 - £1000

1856 A 19th century tortoiseshell and pique rounded rectangular pocket case, inlaid in gold and silver coloured metal with an oval cartouche and swags, watered silk lined interior with two compartments, 8cm wide, c.1875 £60 - £80 For more images please visit

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1861 A George III South Staffordshire enamel novelty bonbonniere, as an apple, naturalistically painted in tones of pale green and blush, hinged cover, 5cm diam, c.1800 £300 - £400

1872 A late 19th century silver mounted rock crystal car mascot, carved as the head of a bulldog, emerald eyes, the spreading base chased with an acanthus wrapped border, 8.5cm high, c.1900 £1000 - £1500

1862 A George III South Staffordshire enamel oval patch box, hinged cover inscribed A Present from Cardigan, within an oval reserve outlined with flowerheads on a cobalt blue ground, fluted base, 4cm wide, c.1800 £80 - £120

1873 A Mauchline Ware slope fronted thimble case, transfer printed with a named view of High Street & St Peter’s Church, Marlborough, 4.5cm high, c.1890; another, Victoria Bridge, Aberdeen, 4cm high, each enclosing a silver thimble (2) £70 - £90

1863 A George III South Staffordshire enamel oval patch box, hinged cover inscribed A Trifle from Worthing, yellow base, 4.5cm wide, c.1800 £80 - £120

1874 A Mauchline Ware slope fronted thimble case, transfer printed with a named view of the Burns’ Monument, inscribed Made of Wood Grown on the Banks of the Doon, 3.5cm high, c.1890; another, Sea Wall Parade, Bridlington, 4.5cm high, each enclosing a silver thimble (2) £70 - £90

1864 A George III South Staffordshire enamel oval patch box, the hinged cover decorated with a musical trophy and inscribed A Present from Blowbush, within a wreath, pink fluted base, 4.5cm wide, c.1800 £80 - £120

1875 A mid-18th century gold mounted agate shell shaped snuff box, hinged cover, the thumbpiece and side chased with shells, scrolls and flowerheads, 5.5cm wide, c.1750 £2000 - £3000

1865 A George III South Staffordshire enamel oval patch box, the hinged cover inscribed A Trifle from Sleaford and painted with St Denys Church, enclosing a mirror, apple green base, 4cm wide, c.1800 £80 - £120

1876 A pair of Bilston enamel tapersticks, decorated in iron red with stylised flowers and foliage on yellow grounds, shaped sconces, associated plated bases, 8.5cm high, c.1760; another (3) £150 - £250

1866 A George III South Staffordshire enamel tapered rounded rectangular etui, painted with figures in an extensive Picturesque landscape, within cartouche shaped reserves outlined with raised gilt scrolls, trellis and jewelling on a pale blue ground, hinged cover enclosing gilt metal dividers and other implements, 9.5cm long, c.1775 £700 - £1000

1877 A Russian gold coloured metal mounted enamel icon pendant, decorated in polychrome with the Arrest of Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane, to verso with the Flagellation, 6.5cm wide, 19th century £500 - £700

1867 A George III South Staffordshire enamel waisted circular snuff box, hinged domed cover painted with a spray of colourful summer flowers, green base £100 - £150

1878 A Russian silver-gilt mounted shell powder compact, hinged cover with mirror to verso, 7cm wide, kokoschnik mark £60 - £80

1868 A George III tortoiseshell and silver pique tapered oval bodkin case, inlaid with flowering urns and sprigs, outlined with borders of swags, 11cm long, c.1800, J H Taylor Collection label £70 - £100

1879 A set of six early 20th century pique hunting coat buttons, each inlaid with a mounted huntsman, 2.5cm diam, cased £70 - £90

1869 A large 18th century gilt metal mounted pudding stone commode shaped table snuff box, hinged cover, reeded borders, 8.5cm wide, c.1775 £1000 - £1500

1880 A South Staffordshire enamel novelty scallop shell snuff box, naturalistically painted, hinged cover with Classical ruins, 7cm wide, c.1775 £300 - £400

1870 A large George III South Staffordshire enamel convex circular panel, painted in polychrome with revelers outside a tavern, floral spray and sprigs to verso, 12.5cm diam, c.1775, gilt frame £100 - £150

1881 A Victorian leather novelty etui/thimble case, as a bag, lined in crimson silk, 10cm wide, c.1880 £50 - £70

1882 An 18th Bilston enamel candlestick, painted with floral sprigs and foliage on a white ground, detachable everted sconce, knopped column, domed shaped circular base, 25cm high, c.1760 £120 - £180

1871 A late 19th century gold coloured metal mounted rectangular pin or trinket box, spring-loaded hinged cover, 11cm wide, c.1900 £70 - £90

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1883 An 18th century enamel tapered rounded rectangular etui, painted with figures fishing, farm labourers and a riverside church, within shaped reser ves on an opaque ground, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of implements, 9.5cm long, c.1775 £700 - £1000

1890 A 19th century Dutch brass and leather maritime telescope, the draw inscribed P J Kipp & Zonen P J Giltay Opv., Delft 348, sliding aper ture cover to eyepiece, black painted sun shade, 53cm long (closed), 89.5cm long (fully extended), c.1890 £80 - £120

1885 An American exhibition commemorative E.P.N.S and leather oval purse or snuff box, the hinged cover in relief with a named view of the Palace of Liberal Ar ts, Louisiana Purchase Centennial, St Louis 1904, 8cm wide, c.1904 £40 - £60

1892 A George III South Staffordshire enamel circular patch box, probably Bilston, the cover embossed with lady, pink gingham ground and sides, 3.5cm diam, c.1800 £200 - £300

1884 An 18th/early 19th century rouge agate stepped flattened ovoid scent bottle, hinged silver coloured metal cover, 7.5cm long; another, probably carnelian, 8.4cm long (2) £100 - £150

1891 A Birmingham enamel cylindrical scent bottle holder, printed in sepia with two hounds, the cover with polychrome flowers, screw-off cover, glass scent bottle, 4.5cm high, c.1800 £200 - £300

1893 A George III South Staffordshire enamel oval patch box, probably Bilston, the cover floral sprigs, on a blue gingham ground and sides, 4cm diam, c.1800 £200 - £300

1886 An early 20th century mother of pearl ovoid chatelaine scent bottle, hinged cover, Gothic mounts, suspended by a chain from a conforming clip, the bottle 6.5cm long £60 - £80

1894 A good 18th century Birmingham enamel and gilt metal mounted etui, painted with lady, the cover with doves in a nest, the verso with roses and flowerheads, on a white ground, within gilt scroll border, the interior complete with implements,. 10.5cm high, c.1765 £1000 - £1500

1895 A good 18th century Birmingham enamel scent and bonbonniere, lofty ogee cover, tapering waisted base, decorated with flowers and foliage, within raised gilt cartouches, on a blue enamel ground,with gilt foliage and trellis, 10cm high, c.1765 £2000 - £3000

1887

1896 A pair of unusual late 18th/early 19th century pedestal salts, decorated with landscapes and figures within gilt cartouches on white grounds, 7cm diam, c.1780 £200 - £300

1887 An unusual Victorian multi-metal lady’s belt and buckle, probably Sheffield, the rectangular steel buckle cast with jewelled-type beadwork, the chain link lozenges similarly cast in steel, gilt brass and bronzed brass, 74.5cm long, c. 1880 £300 - £500

1897 An 18th century Birmingham enamel rectangular patch box, the cover printed in monochrome with putti in classical landscape, the sides and border in raised white enamel with leafy scrolls, 7cm wide, c.1765 £150 - £200

1888 Pens - Sheaffer Oversize Lifetime fountain pen, solid 14kt gold nib and band cap; another similar, smaller, Sheaffer Feather Touch; Sheaffer Mechanical Pencil, gold clip and band; others, including Sheaffer Lifetime, Sheaffer Lifetime Green Junior, Flattop Sheaffer Lifetime, another, Parkette with 14k nib; Parker True Blue Duofold Deluxe, True Blue Parker Duofold Flattop, Senior Parker Duofold Streamlines Green and Black, Parker Junior Duofold, Parker Duofold Green and Black, Senior Size Parker Duofold Flattop, various sizes of Parker Duofold Streamline, contained within a black leather collection case (20) £1000 - £1500

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1900 A 19th century circular ivory and pressed horn snuff box, the cover with circular panel with Cupid amongst flowers, tor toiseshell interior, 7.5cm diam, early 19th century £80 - £120

1901 A 19th century Continental gilt metal oval table snuff box, hinged cover centred by a porcelain cabochon decorated with a town scape, engine turned overall, 8.5cm wide £80 - £120

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1908, 1941, 1955, 1950 & 1956

1902 A 19th century French lacquer circular snuff box, the push on cover moulded with the Sibyl, the base with a circular reeded fan, tortoiseshell lining, 8.5cm diam, c.1870 £40 - £60

1910 A 19th century Scottish hoof novelty snuff mull, as a shoe, hinged cover, inlaid roundel to heel, 14cm long, c.1840 £60 - £100

1911 A 19th century Scottish hoof snuff box, hinged cover applied with cut-card work, 9.5cm wide, c.1840 £60 - £100

1903 A 19th century gilt brass mounted coromandel and horn circular table snuff box, hinged sloping cover and sides applied with leafy bosses, 8.5cm diam, c.1860 £50 - £70

1912 A 19th century Scottish pewter snuff mull, hinged cover, ‘bright-cut’ engraved and outlined throughout with wriggle work, marked Constantine, 8cm long £60 - £100

1904 A 19th century mahogany novelty and macabre snuff box, as a coffin, folding trick cover, 3.4cm high, 11cm wide £60 - £100

1913 A 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, hinged cover set with a cabochon, the collar inscribed J Mathewson, Newport, 9cm long, c.1840 £100 - £150

1905 A 19th century rectangular horn table snuff box, moulded shaped cover, 2.6cm high, 10cm wide £40 - £60

1906 A 19th century Scottish cattle horn novelty snuff mull, the terminal carved with the head of a dog, gripping the hinge of the cover in his mouth, 11cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £150

1914 A 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of traditional curled form, hinged cover applied with a cut-card thistle and a vacant oval cartouche, 6.5cm long, c.1840 £100 - £150

1907 A 19th century Scottish cattle horn oval snuff box, the push-fitting cover applied with a vacant shield shaped cartouche, 8cm wide, c.1840 £60 - £100

1915 A 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of traditional curled form, hinged cover set with a faceted foiled amethyst cabochon and chased with stiff leaves and flowers on a matted ground, 8.5cm long £150 - £200

1908 A 19th century Scottish cattle horn snuff mull, of traditional curled form, hinged cover applied with cut-card work thistles and leaves, above a band of swags and tassels, 8cm long £150 - £200

1916 A 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, the hinged cover set with cabochon, shield shaped cartouche, silver coloured metal snuff spoon suspended from a chain, 9.5cm long, c.1850 £60 - £100

1909 A 19th century Scottish cut crystal snuff mull, of traditional curled form, the push-fitting cattle horn cover applied with a shield shaped cartouche inscribed George Scott, £80 - £120

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1906, 1954, 1960, 1939, 1926, 1964, 1925, 1915, 1928, 1927, 1957 & 1961

1923 A George III horn and hoof two-section snuff box, hinged twin-covers engraved with a shield and scrolling leafy swags, silver coloured metal hinge, 5cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £100

1917 A 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn table snuff mull, hinged cover set with an amber coloured faceted cabochon and chased with thistles on a matted ground, applied with a shield shaped cartouche and supported by a cast deer’s head, 9cm high, c.1840 £150 - £250

1924 A George III ribbed tortoiseshell rectangular table snuff box, hinged cover, 8.5cm wide, c.1810 £60 - £100

1918 A 19th century Scottish silver mounted cattle horn snuff mull, hinged cover chased with flowers and scrolling leaves, centred by an ‘amber’ cabochon, 9cm long, c.1840 £300 - £500

1925 A George III Scottish provincial silver mounted cattle horn table snuff mull, the flush-hinged cover inscribed From a Friend to William Hally, ball feet, 16.5cm long, struck DG twice, probably David Greig, Perth, c.1810 £300 - £400

1919 A 19th century silver coloured metal mounted armadillo claw snuff mull, push fitting cover restrained by a chain, 5.5cm long, c.1880 £80 - £120

1926 A George III Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn novelty snuff mull, as an elephant, of traditional curled form terminating in a trunk, stand-away hinged cover applied with a cut-card thistle, 8.5cm long, c.1800 £300 - £400

1920 A 19th century silver mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of traditional curled form, hinged domed cover engraved with a thistle and initialled JG, wavy collar, marked Silver, 8.5cm long £100 - £150

1927 A George III Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, hinged cover chased with thistles and scrolling leaves, centred by an oval cabochon, the collar inscribed William G. Brebneil, 12.5cm long, c.1800 £150 - £200

1921 A 19th century treen snuff box, as clenched hand, 10cm high, c.1890 £60 - £100 1922 A George III gilt metal mounted tortoiseshell oval table snuff box, hinged cover with leafy thumbpiece, 9.5cm wide, c.1810 £60 - £100

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1928 A George III Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, hinged cover with oval car touche and cut-card work engraved with thistles, the collar inscribed From JF to Alec Rober tson, Logenalechy, 9.5cm long, c.1820 £100 - £150 165

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1953, 1942, 709, 1934, 1917 & 1936 1934 A George III silver coloured metal mounted cowrie shell snuff box, hinged cover bright-cut engraved, 6.5cm wide, c.1790 £100 - £150

1929 A George III Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of traditional curled form, hinged cover applied with cut-card thistle and wheat sheaf and a canted rectangular car touche, the collar inscribed John Barnet, Dundee, 5.5cm long, early 19th century £150 - £200

1935 A George III silver coloured metal mounted cowrie shell snuff box, stand-away hinged cover to base, 5.5cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £200

1930 A George III Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of typical curled form, hinged cover applied with a circular car touche and wavy border, 8cm long, early 19th century £120 - £180

1936 A George III silver coloured metal mounted cowrie shell snuff box, the shaped border engraved with flowers and stiff leaves, hinged cover to base applied with a shaped cartouche, 8.5cm wide, c.1780 £200 - £300

1931 A George III Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of typical curled form, stand-away hinged cover applied with a circular cartouche, 8cm long, c.1820 £80 - £120

1937 A George III vernis Martin and tortoiseshell circular table snuff box, push-on cover, 9cm diam, c.1810 £50 - £70

1938 A large 19th century Scottish cattle horn snuff mull, hinged cover applied with a thistle, ball terminal, 39cm long, c.1840 £100 - £150

1932 A George III Scottish silver coloured metal mounted snuff mull, hinged cover unusually bright-cut engraved with a horse in a barrel and inscribed E. Lake, reeded border, 8cm long, early 19th century £100 - £150

1939 A large 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of traditional curled form, hinged cover applied with thistle cut-card work, the side with thistle crested shield shaped car touche, 18cm long, c.1840 £200 - £300

1933 A George III silver coloured metal mounted cattle and scrimshaw novelty snuff mull, the terminal carved as the head of a seal, decorated with grouse and a view of a town, stand-away hinged cover applied with cut-card work and a vacant circular cartouche, 8.5cm long, 18th/early 19th century £200 - £300

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1940 A large 19th century Stovwasser-type papier mâché circular snuff box, the push on cover applied with a bawdy tavern scene, 10.5cm diam £60 - £100

1951 An 18th century Dieppe-type ivory snuff box, the hinged cover moulded with the seduction of a lady by a gallant in her garden, beaded border, the base moulded with a board of geometric motifs, 8cm wide, c.1780 Provenance: Shandon Collection label £150 - £250

1941 A large early 19th century Scottish cattle horn snuff mull, the hinged cover applied with cut-card work thistles and leaves, crested car touche, 29cm long, c.1820 Heraldry: Crest of d’Arcy of Ballinasloe,. Co. Galway £300 - £400

1952 An 18th century lacquer, silver and gilt circular double-compar tment snuff box, push-fitting cover to top inlaid with figures fishing and walking in a European landscape, to verso with a spor tsman in the Chinoiserie taste, the mounts outlined with wrigglework, 8cm diam, c.1790 £200 - £300

1942 A large George III silver coloured metal mounted cowrie shell snuff box, wavy borders, bright-cut engraved with a basket of flowers and flowering leafy stems, standaway hinged cover to base, 8cm wide, c.1790 £150 - £200

1953 An 18th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn oval snuff box, hinged cover applied with Rococo car touche and thumbpiece, wavy pendant border, 6.5cm high, c.1770 £150 - £200

1943 A late 18th/early 19th century mahogany novelty snuff box, as a shoe, carved with scrolling acanthus, sliding cover, 8.5cm long, c.1800 £60 - £80

1954 An 18th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted ivory inverted baluster table snuff mull, hinged cover applied with an oval agate cabochon, 6cm high, c.1740 £200 - £300

1944 A Russian papier mâché canted rectangular snuff box, the hinged cover painted with a kulak driving a troika, 2.8cm high, 8.5cm wide, c.1900 £40 - £60 1945 A Scottish agate and silver coloured metal bowed rectangular snuff box, hinged cover, the borders engraved with intersecting meandering lines, 6cm wide £100 - £150

1955 An 18th century Scottish silver mounted cattle horn snuff mull, hinged cover applied with a shaped cartouche inscribed Gift of Alex’r Rofs of Calrosie to The Rev’d Mr Pat Grant Minister of Loggie, 1774, the side with shaped shield, mounts and pommel, 10cm long, c.1774

1946 A Victorian moulded circular snuff box, the push on cover inset with an embroidered basket of English country flowers, marble effect ground, 7.1cm diam, c.1870 £60 - £100

The inscription refers to the completion of ther major rebuilding of the Kirk at Logie- Easter, Ross & Cromar ty, Scotland. Patrick Grant had been itinerant minister in the bounds of the Presbyter y ofAber tarff when he was admitted to the ministr y of Logie-Easter in 1744. Two decades later he stated ‘that the Church of Logie-Easter has for many years been in a most ruinous condition; that the timber of the roof was rotten, and the heather thatch did not hold out a drop of rain; the walls were out of plumb, and there was not a pane of glass in any of the windows’. A committee was thereupon appointed to assist Mr Grant in taking immediate to have the Logie-Easter church restored. Four years later Captain Alexander Ross of Calrossie was one of those nominated for rebuilding the Kirk at Logie and persuaded the parishioners that a new church on a better site was required. The snuff mull represents the completion of the new kirk in 1774. Revd.Grant died, still minister at Logie, 19th July 1776, and was succeeded by Capt. Ross’s kinsman John Ross. £150 - £200

1947 A Victorian rams horn snuff mull, 32cm long, c.1850 £70 - £100

1948 A Victorian Scottish antler horn circular waisted snuff box, the push on cover car ved with a stag’s head, 6.5cm diam, c.1870; a Victorian turned lignum vitae circular waisted snuff box, carved with concentric geometric bands, 7.5cm diam, c.1860 (2) £60 - £100

1949 A Victorian silver mounted cattle horn snuff mull, the collar engraved with scrolling foliage and inscribed Katie, 14.5cm long, Birmingham 1885 £60 - £100

1950 An 18th century Scottish silver mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of typical curled form, hinged cover applied with a crested roundel, engraved with crossed rake and spade, the collar inscribed James Shiels, Balgowan, 1774, 7.5cm long, c.1774 James Shiels was the son of John Shiels of Perth who married Christian Young and was born 27th April 1752. He appears to have married and settled as a farmer at Balgowan at about this time. £150 - £200

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1956 An 18th/early 19th century Scottish silver mounted cattle horn snuff mull, of typical curled form, hinged cover applied with cut-card work thistle and leaves, the collar inscribed James Varney, Peace, Love & Unity, 6.5cm long, c.1800 £150 - £200

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1957 An early 18th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted waisted oval snuff box, the hinged cover carved in relief with an allegory with Venus and Cupid, wavy pendant border to base, 4.5cm high, c.1730 £200 - £300

1963 Temperance Interest - a 19th century English papier mâché circular snuff box, the push on cover applied with a por trait of The Reverend Father Matthew, 8.1cm diam The Revd. Theobald Matthew (1790-1856) was an Irish-Catholic teetotalist and reformer. £60 - £100

1958 An early 19th century Scottish cattle horn novelty snuff box, as a boot, hinged cover studded and applied with a rectangular cartouche, 9cm long, c.1820 £100 - £150

1964 A 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted novelty snuff mull, as the head of a fish, the hinged cover applied with cut-card work and a vacant shield shaped cartouche, inlaid bone eyes, 10cm long, c.1840 £150 - £250

1959 An early 19th century Scottish cattle horn snuff mull, of traditional curled form, hinged shaped cover with brass crescent shaped cartouche inscribed M Turner 18**, 6cm long £80 - £120

Wines and Whisky

1960 An early 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn claw shaped snuff mull, flushhinged cover bright-cut engraved with thistles and diapers, the collar inscribed Holyrood Palace, pinch aper ture to base, 11cm long, c.1820 £200 - £300

1970 Cardhu Scotch Whisky, 12 Years Old, 40%, 75cl, boxed; others, Tobermory, Aged 10 Years, 40%, 70cl, boxed; Tormore, Aged 12 Years, 40%, 70cl, cardboard tube; J & W Hardie, The Antiquary, 40%, 70cl, cardboard tube (4) £60 - £100

1961 An early 19th century Scottish silver coloured metal mounted cattle horn novelty snuff mull, as a snake, stand-away hinged cover, the serpent inlaid with spots, 9cm long, c.1820 £150 - £200

1971 Chateau Margaux Grand Vin, 1961, Premier Grand Cru Classé, level at neck £150 - £200

1972 Chateau Montrose, 1949, Appeliation Saint-Estephe Controlee, level below neck £300 - £500

1962 An early 20th century novelty brass snuff box, as a peaked cap, 10cm long £50 - £70

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1973 Chateau Mouton Rothschild, 1961, level just below neck, scuffed label £150 - £200

1983 Old Pulteney, Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Aged 12 Years, 40%, 70cl, cardboard tube; Ben Bracken, Highland Speyside, Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Aged 12 Years, 40%, 70cl, cardboard box; Auchentoshen, Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Triple Distilled, 40%, 700ml, cardboard tube; Glenkinchie, Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Aged 10 Years, 43%, 75cl, cardboard box (4) £60 - £100

1974 Chateau Pey de Pont, 1983, Médoc, level at neck £80 - £100

1975 Chateau Siran, Grand Cru Exceptionnel, Margaux, 1980, level at neck £80 - £120

1984 Siglo, Gran Vino Tinto de Rioja, 1976; Saint Emillion, Grande Vin de Bordeaux, 1987, level at neck (2) £50 - £80

1976 Demaine de Chevalier, Premier Cru Bordeaux, 1945, label at neck, red wax, label askew £80 - £120

1985 The Famous Grouse, Vintage Malt Whisky 1992, Bottled in 2004, 40%, 75cl, cardboard tube; The Famous Grouse, Bill McLaren’s Famous XV World Rugby Select Limited Edition, Aged 15 Years, 40%, 70cl, cardboard tube; Inchdrewer, Pure Malt Fine Old Scotch Whisky, 40%, 70cl; Amrut, Single Malt Whisky, 40%, 70cl (4) £60 - £100

1977 Fine Fare, Pure Malt Scotch Whisky, Aged 12 Years, 40%, 75cl; Dufftown Glenlivet, Pure Malt Scotch Whisky, Aged 8 Years, 40%, 75cl; Inchdrewer, Pure Malt Fine Old Scotch Whisky, Aged 8 Years, 40%, 70cl; Glenforres, Pure Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 40%, 70cl (4) £60 - £100

Natural History

1978 Glen Lion, Single Malt Highland Scotch Whisky, 22nd Special Air Service Regiment Limited Edition 75/100, Aged 10 Years, 40%, 70cl, cardboard box; The Macallan, Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, Aged 10 Years, 40%, 70cl, cardboard box; another, matured in sherr y oak cases, cardboard box; The Gordon Highlanders, 40%, 1l, cardboard box (4) £60 - £100

1990 Natural History - a smokey quartz specimen, on a turned ebonised plinth, 23cm high; another, quar tz specimen, on a turned ebonised plinth, 17cm high (2) £50 - £70

1979 Glen Marnoch, Pure Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, Aged 8 Years, 40%, 70cl; another, Aged 12 Years, 40%, 70cl, cardboard tube; Glen Orchy, Aged 8 Years, 40%, 70cl, cardboard tube; Balblair, Aged 16 Years, 40%, 70cl, cardboard tube (4) £60 - £100

1991 Natural History - a starfish, 10cm wide, on a turned ebonised base, collection label, 18.8cm high; a pink finger coral specimen, on an ebonised base, 9.7cm high; another, white cycloseris, on an ebonised base, 17.5cm high (3) £60 - £100

1980 Glenmorangie, Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, Aged Ten Years, 40%, 70cl, cardboard tube; another, cardboard boxed Connoisseur’s Tasting Set; Glen Ord, Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Aged 12 Years, 40%, 20cl, cardboard tube; Black Bush, Special Old Irish Whiskey, 40%, 700ml, cardboard tube; Ballantine’s, Very Old Scotch Whisky, Aged 17 Years, 43%, 75cl (5) £60 - £100

1992 Natural History - a Coco de Mer (Lodoicea maldivica), 28cm wide £120 - £180

Tribal Art

1993 Tribal Art - a West African carved walking stick, the handle carved with a tribesman carrying a package resting upon his head, the shaft with a snake and prey spiralling bottom section, 89cm £70 - £100

1981 Jura, Superstition, The Isle of Man Single Malt Whisky, 43%, 70cl; Glen Turner, Privilege, Special Reserve Rare Pure Malt, Aged 21 Years, 40%, 70cl; Carleton Tower 1971, Canadian Whisky, 40%, 71cl; Captain's Table, Canadian Whisky, 40%, 71cl (4) £60 - £100

1994 Tribal Art - an African fertility figure, possibly Luba, carved as a kneeling female and infants, traces of pigment, 46cm high £100 - £150

1982 McGuinness CN Tower La Tour Canadian Whisky, 40.0%, 71cl. 1972; Canadian Club Whisky, bottled c.1973, distilled and bottled by Hiram, Walker and Sons, 710ml, 40%; others, Wiser’s De Lux Canadian Whisky, 10 years Old, 40%, 1 litre (3) £60 - £100

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1995 Tribal Art - an Australian Aboriginal nulla nulla club or digging stick, typically textured, the pommel with traces of resin, 67cm long, 19th/early 20th century £60 - £100

1996 Tribal Art - an Australian Aboriginal hunting stick or boomerang, feintly textured overall and decorated with a broad band of ochre pigment outlined with dots, the haft and head with further black bands, 66.5cm long, 19th/early 20th century £100 - £150 169

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1997 Tribal Art - an African Y-shaped headrest, probably Somali, curved top, staked spreading base, 27.5cm wide £60 - £100

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2006 Tribal Art - a Western Australian Aboriginal hunting stick boomerang, one end carved with a chequered band, 81cm wide, 19th/early 20th century £100 - £150

1998 Tribal Art - an African figure, highly stylised she stands, hollow shield shaped face with pronounced forehead and protruding features, ‘concer tina’ legs, 42cm high, museum type display stand £100 - £150

2007 Tribal Art - a Papua New Guinea axe, greenish volcanic stone head, pointed wooden haft, textile binding, 54cm long, Mendi, Southern Highlands Province, early to mid-20th century £80 - £120

1999 Tribal Art - an African dance staff, probably Zulu, the ovoid pommel with three protrusions, 84.5cm long, c.1900 £60 - £100

2008 Tribal Art - a Lobi stool, characteristically pronounced front leg with shaped foot, 55cm long, early 20th century £60 - £100

2000 Tribal Art - an African carved wooden figure of a Shaman, with a headdress of feathers and fur, he holds a fur purse, 59cm high £60 - £100

2009 Tribal Art - a Fijian gata waka ‘gunstock club’, typically cur ved with spur to head, 100cm long, 19th century £600 - £1000

2001 Tribal Art - a Zulu two-tone knobkerrie status stick, globular head, 100cm long, early 20th centur y; another, similar, 106cm long (2) £80 - £120

2010 Tribal Art - a Belu or Tetum bone skull cap mask, pierced with facial features and scrimshawed with stylised crocodiles, geometric lozenges and hooked motifs, 25cm long, Timor, Indonesia £60 - £100

2002 Tribal Art - a Zulu knobkerrie, the shaft densely carved with rows of chevrons and applied with six wire bands, 68.5cm long, South Africa, late 19th/early 20th century; another African club, bulbous head above two stepped notches, the tapered shaft hide bound, 67cm long (2) £100 - £150

2011 Tribal Art - a Bakongo figure, standing, with arms to sides, an eye carved to the stomach, square base, 31cm high, Congo Basin, Central Africa £80 - £120

2003 Tribal Art - a Zulu hardwood snuff bottle, chip carved with bands of chevrons, pierced suspension loop, 16.5cm long £40 - £60

2012 Tribal Art - a South Sea Islands hand club, the pointed fullard kite shaped head chip carved with geometric motifs, 56cm long £150 - £200

2004 Tribal Art - a Zulu Chief ’s two-tone status stick, globular head, the shaft with a broad spirally wrythen band, 90cm long, c.1900 £60 - £100 For more images please visit

2005 Tribal Art - a Zulu animal hide shield, 62cm high, 40.5cm wide, South Africa, c.1900 £60 - £100

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2013 Tribal Art - a Native American birch bark model canoe, the one-piece hull with bentwood ribs and cylindrical struts, traces of tar lining, 68cm long, 72cm long, 24.5cm wide, North America/Canada, c.1900 £100 - £150

2025 A pair of Tibetan mystical beast door knockers, circular back plates pierced with scrolls, 11cm diam £80 - £120

2014 Antiquities - a pre-Columbian pottery vessel, moulded protrusions, bulbous rim, painted with ver tical bands in tones of black and terracotta, 17cm high, possibly Peruvian £60 - £100 2015 Antiquities - a pre-Columbian black pottery ovoid flask, bowed spout, loop handle, 23cm high, possibly Peruvian £60 - £100

2016 Antiquities - a pre-Columbian pottery flask, painted in tones of black with hatching and scrolls, loop handles to shoulders, 19cm long, Central America £60 - £100 2017 Antiquities - a pre-Columbian black pottery figural vessel, modelled as a crouching figure carrying an animal, conical neck, 19.5cm high, possibly Peruvian £60 - £100

2026

2026 A 19th century Grand Tour Egyptian fragmentary basalt sculpture of the head of a man, after the antique, he gazes sanguinely in a nemes-type headdress, 8.7cm high £100 - £150

2018 Antiquities - a pre-Columbian pottery flask, moulded with stylised birds and painted with hatching and roundels on a terracotta ground, loop handles to shoulders, 19cm long, probably Peruvian £60 - £100

Antiquities

2027 An Middle Eastern tin glazed pottery ovoid vase, decorated with swags, panels, flowerheads and swags in tones of blue, green and yellow, bulbous neck, 29cm high £100 - £150

2020 Antiquities - an Egyptian fragmentary faience shabti, traces of pale green glaze, 3cm high, on a hardwood display stand £70 - £100

2028 A Persian ovoid vase, decorated in the Iznik taste with panels of flowers and scrolling leaves, 36cm high, script mark to base, 19th century £150 - £200

2021 Antiquities - an Indonesian volcanic stone carving, of the goddess Durga , 46cm high, Java 14th century £50 - £70

2029 Antiquities - a pre-Columbian pottery barrel shaped vessel, the ends painted in black pigments with stylised eye motifs, bowed flared rim, loop handle to shoulder, 11cm high, Central/South America £60 - £100

2022 Antiquities - a sandstone stylised lion and goddess, possibly Durga, 46cm high £700 - £1000

Bronzes

2023 Antiquities - an Indonesian volcanic stone head, Bodhissatva, 31cm high, Java 14th century £60 - £100

2030 Grand Tour School (19th century), a patinated bronze of a Roman youth, he stands in a flowing toga, 14cm high, on a hardwood base £80 - £120

2024 Antiquities - a pre-Columbian pottery vessel, quite plain, loop handles to sides, 19cm high, 20cm high, Central/South America £60 - £100

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2034 A Bergman cold painted bronze of a Lady Amhurst pheasant, naturalistically cast, foundry marks, 23cm high, 47cm long, early 20th century £700 - £800

2035 A Bergman cold painted bronze of a lesser spotted woodpecker, naturalistically cast, 5.5cm high, 13cm long, foundry marks, early 20th century £80 - £120

2031

2031 A 19th century bronze urn, in relief with a continuous frieze of putti at work, leafy pedestal, fluted socle, incurved square plinth, 34.5cm high, first quarter of the 19th century £150 - £250

2032 A 19th century two-handled bronze vase, in relief with vine, spreading circular base, square plinth, presentation plaque Societe Des Agriculteurs Du Nord, 22cm high, 1870 £200 - £300

2035, 2045 & 2033

2033 A Bergman cold painted bronze of a kingfisher, cast naturalistically, 13.4cm high, 18cm long, foundry marks, early 20th century £200 - £300

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2036 A. Calendi (Italian School, early 20th century), a gilt patinated bronze, Awakening Nude, she stretches and stands on a recumbent lion base, signed in the maquette, 68.5cm high £1800 - £2000 172

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2037 Alphonse Alexandre Arson (1922 -1882), a patinated bronze, of a pheasant, oval base, signed in the maquette, 29cm wide £120 - £180

2040 Austrian School (early 20th century), a cold painted bronze, of a North African schoolboy, at his books, 8cm high £250 - £350

2038

2038 An Austrian cold painted bronze group of budgerigars on a sprouting branch, fixed on a green onyx base, 20.5cm high, 33cm wide, early 20th century £300 - £400

2041

2041 Austrian School (early 20th century), a cold painted spelter figural group of an Arab Street Pedlar and His Monkey, he stands in traditional flowing dress offering bottled scents for sale on a cast plank base, his monkey imitates him, 64cm high £700 - £1000 2042 Austrian School (late 19th/early 20th century), a dark patinated bronze, Bull Baiting, oak base, 10.5cm wide overall £60 - £80

2039

2043 Continental School (20th century), a patinated bronze three-quar ter length bust of a Puritan Girl, she wears the traditional restrained headdress, signed R.S. in the maquette, on a panelled marble base, 28cm high overall £120 - £180

2039 Austrian School (early 20th century), a cold painted and silvered bronze, Running an Errand, the young girl stands, with a basket on her arm, onyx base, 15.5cm high £100 - £150 For more images please visit

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2044 Claire Janne Roberte Colinet (1890-1940), a gilt patinated Art Deco bronze, The Juggler, the nude maiden holding juggling balls while tiptoeing on a graduating circular black marble base with white and brown inclusions, signed in relief to top of base, 52.3cm high overall £3500 - £4000 2045 Continental School (19th century), a dark patinated model, of a boar, mahogany plinth, 20cm wide overall £100 - £150

2047

2047 Continental School (early 20th century), a gilt and cold painted chr yselephantine bronze, of a Renaissance drummer, canted rouge marble plinth, 26cm high £800 - £1200

2048 Continental School (first half 20th century), a bronze mask, of a Nubian, in the Art Deco taste, oak base, 28cm high overall £60 - £100

2046

2049 English School (19th century), a gilt bronze, Taking a Nap, the curled dog fast asleep, marble base, 10.5cm wide £70 - £90

2046 Continental School (early 20th century), a cold painted chryselephantine bronze, of a jester, ribbed conical green onyx base, 33cm high £700 - £1000

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2050

2050 French School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss, after the original by Antonio Canova, Cupid grasps Pysche in his arms after bringing her back from lifelessness following a kiss, stepped oval base, 43.6cm high £500 - £600

2051 French School (19th century), a pair of dark patinated bronzes, putti with a cockerel and a goat, circular black marble bases, 12cm high £100 - £150

2052 French School (early 20th century), a bronzed composition bust, of an Art Nouveau beauty, Bohemienne, 61cm high, marked Depose, 76 £300 - £400 2053 French School (early 20th century), a pair of dark patinated bronzes, of proud Cavaliers, square Belge Noir bases, 35cm high £300 - £400

2054

2054 French/Austrian School (19th century), a pair of gilt and cold painted bronzes, of a Chinese golden pheasant cock and hen, oval rocky bases, 28cm and 29cm wide £200 - £300

2055 Fritz Kochendorfer, after, an alabaster sculpture,Young Beauty, 14cm high, shield cartouche to base £60 - £100

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2056 Grand Tour School, a dark patinated bronze of a Sphinx, the mythical beast stares straight ahead wearing a nemes-type headdress, on a grey marble base, 13.5cm high £50 - £70

2063

2057 Grand Tour School, a dark patinated bronze, of a dancing faun with cymbals, square base, 13.5cm high £70 - £100

2061 Grand Tour School (19th century), after the antique, a Carrara marble, Spinario, green marble pedestal, 161cm high overall £2500 - £3500

2058 Italian Grand Tour School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, Bacchus, he stands, his raised hand grasping a bunch of grapes, substantial cylindrical marble plinth, 39cm high £200 - £300

2062 Marcel Debut (1865-1933), after, a gold patinated bronze, Porteur d’Eau Tunisien, he stands in traditional dress carr ying amphorae of water in each hand, signed in the maquette, 32.5cm high £400 - £600

2059 Josef Lorenzl, a gilt bronze, of a female nude, signed R. Lor, Austria, onyx base, 15.5cm high overall £100 - £150

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2060 Manner of Pierre-Jules Mêne (1810-1879), a dark brown patinated cabinet bronze of a recumbent greyhound, cast with his paws held together, on a base cast with flowers and foliage, 8.9cm high, 6.5cm long, early 20th century £100 - £150

2063 Pierre-Jules Mêne (1810-1879), a patinated brown bronze of a horse, Ibrahim, oval base, signed and titled in the maquette, 30cm high, 35cm wide £1400 - £1600 177

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2064

2066 After Paul Joseph Raymond Gayrard (1807-1855), a white Carrara marble figure, The Fruit Seller, square plinth, 45cm high, signed £300 - £500

2064 Tom Bowers (Contemporary), a patinated bronze, Acrobatic Nudes, signed dated 99 in the maquette, 81cm high British born, Tom Bowers has lived and worked in the Seychelles for over thirty years. His notable works include the monumental sculpture Liber ty on Fifth June Avenue Victoria. £400 - £600

2067 Continental School (19th century), a dark patinated bronze, Guarding his Ale, 16cm high £100 - £150

2068 Italian School (19th century), after the antique, a dark patinated bronze, Spinario, circular base, 20cm high £120 - £180

2065 Viennese School (late 19th century), a bronze, of a young lady, dressed finely, marked Geschutzt, 5138, onyx base, 20cm high £80 - £120

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Day Four

Friday 6th March at 10.30am

Instruments, Clocks & Furniture

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Scientific and Musical Instruments

2091 An American civil war period small scale four string banjo, 23cm scale, 28cm head, 64cm long, c.1870; another five string banjo, ebony fret board, 48cm scale, 28 cm head, 93cm long, c.1880 (2) £50 - £70

2080 A 19th/early 20th century leather bound brass four-draw telescope, by Bailey, Birmingham, lens cap, sliding shade, aper ture to eyepiece, 26.5cm extending to 82cm long, leather case £70 - £100

2081 A Fuller’s calculator, by W.F. Stanley and Co. Ltd., Bakelite handle and mounts, table to inner cylinder, mahogany case with Stanley paper label, 44cm long; Fuller Calculator instructions for use booklet, 46cm long overall £60 - £100 2082 A late 19th century lacquered brass pantograph, by Chadburn Brothers, Sheffield, ivory casters, 86.5cm long, fitted mahogany box £120 - £180

2083 An A O Windsor The New Windsor Ideal six string zither banjo, mother of pearl inlaid ebony fret board, 65cm scale, head 28 cm diam, labelled AV Ebblewhite, Musical Instrument Makers, 4 & 5 High Street, Aldgate, London, 90cm long, c.1915 £50 - £80

2084 An early 20th century George Houghton & Son Melody banjo-ukulele, ebonised body, 34cm scale, head 21cm, impressed and printed marks, 58cm long, c.1920, cased £50 - £70

2092

2085 A George/William IV rosewood grand piano, by John Broadwood & Sons, London, acanthus carved panelled legs, lyre shaped pedal frame, brass castors, 96cm high, 139cm wide, c.1830 £400 - £600

2092 A Clifford Essex five string Concert Grand banjo, mother of pearl inlaid ebony fret board, 67cm scale, head 28cm diam, serial no 1579, maple resonator cover, 93cm long, c.1925, hard cased £500 - £700

2087 A 19th century Serinette bird organ, 21.5cm barrel, additional gear possibly for an automaton, cranking handle, the case with lift-off cover and sliding aper tures, 38.5cm wide £100 - £150

2094 A George III mahogany chamber barrel organ case and stand, slightly oversailing rectangular top above a door applied with giltwood and gesso pipes, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, 127.5cm high, 58cm wide, early 19th century £100 - £150

2086 A 19th century mahogany chamber barrel organ stand, moulded top above a deep frieze car ved with an oval boss and batwing paterae, hinged cover to side, reeded angles and tapered square legs, brass casters, 72cm high, 66cm wide £60 - £100

2093 A French violin, the one-piece back 36cm excluding button, Dulcis et Fortis paper label, rosewood tuning pegs, 59.5cm long overall; a bow, unsigned, the frog inset with mother of pearl, 74.5cm long (2) £100 - £150

2088 A 19th century violin, 36cm two-piece back, double purfling, 57cm overall; a Golden Strad bow; another, cased £60 - £100

2095 A George III mahogany chamber barrel organ, 47cm barrel playing ten tunes with four teen notes, three stops, paper tune sheet inscribed in ink, hinged cover above a sliding front panel with giltwood and gesso pipes, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, bracket feet, 66cm high, 52cm wide, early 19th century £200 - £300

2089 A 19th century Vulcanite rectangular music box, 6cm cylinder playing on a one-piece comb, the hinged cover moulded with a named view of Place De La Concorde, Paris, 11cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150

2096 A George III mahogany chamber barrel organ, three 38cm barrels playing ten tunes, fourteen notes, three stops including triangle, hinged rectangular cover above a sliding front panel with Gothic pointed arches, reeded borders, 72cm high, 56cm wide, early 19th century £200 - £300

2090 A 19th century walnut and marquetry table top polyphon, playing 40cm discs, hinged cover inlaid with a spray of colourful flowers, to verso with lithograph of scantily clad putti giving a concer t in an Italinate garden, skirted base, bun feet, 53.5cm wide, c.1890, seventeen discs £500 - £700 For more images please visit

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2096 2097 A George III mahogany table top chamber barrel organ, 28cm barrel playing eight dance tunes with fourteen notes, hinged moulded top above a shaped ogee arched sliding front panel with giltwood and gesso pipes, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, brass bat shaped escutcheon, bracket feet, 32cm high, 37cm wide, early 19th century £200 - £300

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2098 A George III mahogany table top chamber barrel organ, 30cm barrel playing ten hymns with fourteen notes, hinged cover, sliding front panel applied with pointed Gothic arches, paper tune sheet inscribed in ink, 43cm high, 40cm wide, early 19th century £200 - £300 2099 A George III mahogany table top chamber organ, 21.5cm wooden cylinder, hinged cover, sliding cover to front with gilt and gesso pipes, turned legs, 35cm high, 32cm wide £500 - £700

2100 A German violin, by Van Dolling den Jungeren, labelled, the two-piece back 34cm long excluding button, rosewood tuning pegs, outlined throughout with purfling, 57cm long overall, c.1900, cased £200 - £300 2101 A Gibson Epiphone SQ180 Don Everly model six string acoustic guitar, star inlaid rosewood finger board, serial no 93050135, 104cm long, hard case £120 - £180 2102 A Korean/American Gold Tone HOAB five string banjo, mother of pearl inlaid fret board, serial 2310418, 67.5 cm scale, head 33cm diam, 102cm long, soft case £100 - £150

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2104 A late 19th century child’s violin, the two-piece back 20.5cm long excluding button, rosewood tuning pegs, outlined throughout with purfling, 36cm long overall, c.1900 £70 - £100

2105 A Lyon and Heely of Chicago George Washington five String banjo, Steel resonator, mother of pearl inlaid ebony fret board, carved joint, serial no 1670, 27.5cm diam, 88cm long, original case £450 - £550

2106 A seven string Minstrel fretless banjo, probably by Temlett, mahogany fret board, 63cm scale, head 30cm diam, unmarked, 86cm long £100 - £150

2103

2103 A large 19th century Swiss rosewood and marquetry music box, 41cm cylinder and one-piece comb playing on seven bells, cranking handle, Stop/Star t and Change/Repeat selectors, the hinged cover inlaid in coloured woods with a covered urn and fruiting oak branches, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, shallow bracket feet, 69cm wide,retailed by Pattersons, Edinburgh, c.1870 £500 - £700

2107 A violin, the well figured one-piece back 36cm long excluding button, ebonised tuning pegs, outlined throughout with purfling, 60cm long overall £80 - £120

2108 A Vox Clubman electric bass guitar, red body, sycamore neck and 20 fret finger board, green Vox logo, serial no 69040 stamped to the reverse of the headstock, 102cm long £200 - £300 2109 A William IV Gothic Revival mahogany chamber barrel organ, by Joseph Walker, High Holborn, London, two 42cm barrels playing ten tunes with sixteen notes, four stops, the case crested by trefoils and crocketed pinacles, the door with further conforming pinacles, above a frieze of blind tracery, shaped bracket feet, 120cm high, 58cm wide, paper label to barrel, c.1835 Joseph William Walker (1802-1870) was apprenticed in 1816 to celebrated London organ builder George Pike England and established himself in Soho in 1826 taking over England’s Holborn works in 1828 before moving to Francis Street, off Tottenham Court Road, London, in c. 1837. The fiorm specialised in small pipe organs and mechanical instruments at first but from the 1850s began to make full scale organs. The firm is still in existence, being now known as J. W. Walker & Sons, of Brandon (Suffolk) and Devizes (Wilts.) £500 - £700

2110 An American Bijou five string banjo possible by F J Stratton, mother of pearl inlaid dyed pear wood fret board, 60cm scale, 28cm head, 88cm long, c.1885 £80 - £120 2111 An American J B Schall of Chicago five string banjo, silver star inlaid ebony fret board, 70cm scale, head 30.5cm diam, labelled verso, 92cm long £250 - £300

2112 An American KIng 613 alto saxophone, silver plated and mother of pearl finger pieces, brass plated body, engraved marks, serial 521885, later cased £70 - £100 2113 An American T W Reamer of Chicago five string banjeaurine, mother of pearl inlaid rosewood fret board, 48.5cm scale, head 31.5cm diam, impressed marks, 70cm long £300 - £400

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2114 An English violin, the one-piece back 35.5cm excluding button, rosewood tuning pegs, outlined throughout with purfling,the tailpiece inlaid with mother of pearl, the interior inscribed in pencil Melchior 1977, 59cm long overall £60 - £100

2115 An Epiphone Sheraton II VS semi acoustic six string electric guitar, maple and dark stained body, mother of pearl inlay, two volume and two tone controls, faux tortoiseshell pick guard, serial no. U05018172, 110cm long, in original hard case £200 - £300 2116 An Oscar Schmidt autoharp, cream and brown body, printed marks, 56cm long, cased; a copy of Mel Bay’s complete method for autoharp or chromoharp (2) £50 - £70

2117 A George V eight string banjo-mandolin, inlaid ebony fret board, 34cm scale, head 30cm diam, unmarked, 62cm long, cased £100 - £150 2118 A mid 20th century Hawian Kumalae four string ukulele, 52cm long, c.1950, cased £50 - £70

Barometers and Clocks

2119 A George III mahogany stick barometer, the rectangular brass register inscribed Rt. Tyler, Melton, alcohol and mercury thermometer, brass urnular finial, the case with broken architectural pediment, tuned and boxwood strung cistern cover, 98.5cm high, c. 1810 £200 - £300

2120 A 19th century French bronze and Carrara marble figural mantel clock, 8cm circular enamel dial inscribed Bezze et Neveu, Paris, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, 14-day Japy Freres movement striking on a bell, the drum shaped case crested by a wreath and palm, flanked by a maiden in Grecian dress, with an open book and rosar y, rectangular base, knop feet, 44cm wide, c.1870

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2122 A 19th century gilt bronze figural mantel timepiece, 5.5cm convex enamel inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, single winding hole, surmounted by a follower of Bacchus, after Francois Theodore Devaulx (1808 - 1870), the beautiful youth stands, holding a bunch of grapes and a goblet, signed in the maquette, the substantial base cast with strapwork, swags and ribbon, 50cm high £200 - £300

A French Japy Freres bronze and marble figural mantel clock, gilt metal drum case crowned by a wreath and palm, 14day movement striking on a bell, enamel dial, Roman chapter, signed Bezze et Neveu/Paris - Niort, Breguet hands, case with seated bronze female figure holding open missal and rosary, bible at feet, on white alabaster rectangular base with inlaid gilt metal band tope feet 44cm wide 32.5 cm high. £200 - £300

2123 A 19th century walnut and ebonised Vienna regulator wall clock, 18cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, 8-day movement striking on a gong, twin-weights, the case with shaped pediment crested by three knop-and-spire finials, flanked by turned pilasters, shaped apron, 133cm high, c.1870 £150 - £200

2121 A 19th century gilt brass strut clock, of horseshoe shape and small propor tions, 4.5cm silvered dial engine turned and inscribed with Roman numerals, key wound movement, 7cm high, c.1870 £70 - £100

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2124 A French alabaster clock garniture, 8cm dial, the clock with Japy Freres 14 day movement striking on a bell, flanked by volutes with urn finial, bun suppor ts, the clock 36.5cm high, the garniture in the form of two-handled comports, 22.5cm high, c. 1890 £100 - £150

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2125 A French champleve enamel and green onyx mantel clock, 11cm gilt brass and enamel dial, Arabic numerals, eight day movement striking on a gong, the arched onyx top with an enamel cresting in tones of blue, red, green, pink and yellow, dental cornice supported by gilt brass and enamel Corinthian columns, four glass panels, the base mounted with gilt bronze friezes of stiff foliage, 33cm high, c. 1910 £650 - £750

2126 A French Empire bronze, ormolu and brass mantel clock, 10cm dial, Arabic numerals, the eight day movement striking on a bell, the stepped brass case crested with a pair of flaming torches, white enamel numeral reserves applied to a bronze flower and ribbon garland dial, below which is inscribed Du Temps Qui Fuit La Bulle Est La Mobile Image, the plinth cast with a bronze putto draped with an ormolu robe and a gilt brass compor t, the stepped base embellished with a bronze frieze of lotus and stiff acanthus, block feet, 35cm high £500 - £700 For more images please visit

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2127 A French Empire gilt brass and ormolu mantel clock, 7cm silvered dial, Roman numerals, eight day movement striking on a bell, the gilt brass bracket applied with garlands, ribbons and trophies, flanked by an ormolu figure of Apollo, his lyre and a flaming beacon, on a plinth base applied with garlands and trophies, skirted base with acanthus type frieze, bun feet, 33cm high £300 - £500 184

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2129 A French gilt brass repeating carriage clock, 5.6cm white enamel dial inscribed J.W.Benson, 25 Old Bond Street, London, Roman numerals, Arabic subsidiar y numerals, eight day movement striking on a gong, lacquered gilt brass suspension handle, pediment and pilasters, five glass panels, 15cm high overall, Morocco leather case £700 - £1000

2128 A French gilt brass carriage clock, 6.5cm white enamel dial, Roman numerals, eight day movement striking on a gong, loop suspension handle, arched pediment cast with stiff acanthus and scrolls, Doric pilasters, stepped base, 18.5cm high overall, c. 1900 £100 - £150

2130 A French porcelain and cold painted salon timepiece, as a navette shaped vase of colourful summer flowers, 6cm convex enamel dial inscribed Dreyfous, Paris, London and New York, single winding hole, the movement numbered 16234, rectangular belge noir base, 19cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £400

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2131 A French Post Empire ormolu figural mantel clock, the silvered dial with twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with shepherd and his dog, lofty rectangular plinth, cast with anthemion and scrolls, leafy scroll feet, 36cm high, c.1820 £250 - £350 2132 A French Second Empire dark patinated bronze and Sienna marble figural library mantel clock, 9cm gilt chapter ring inscribed with Roman numerals, centred by a five - pointed star, 14 day movement striking on a bell, the case cast with a muse allegorical of learning, seated beside a globe and books, deep frieze applied with explorer’s regalia and anthemions, lotus borders, scroll feet, 47cm high, c.1850 £700 - £900

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2133 A French Second Empire ormolu and alabaster portico clock garniture, 7.5cm convex enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals and decorated with flowering swags, gilt leafy scroll hands, twin winding holes, 14-day margin movement striking on a bell, the drum head case surmounted by a scantily clad putto, above a niche of nine columns, pine cone finials, the frieze with a tassled chain swag, knop feet, 48cm high, flanked by a pair of five-light, four-branch candelabra, conforming, 43cm, high, c.1860 £400 - £600

2134 A French Third Republic gilt metal clock garniture, 9cm dial, inscribed Dupont [...] Rotterdam. Roman numerals, fourteen day movement striking on a bell, ovoid urn and cover finial, supported by trunnions on a faceted plinth, blue royal porcelain dial painted with a garland of flowers, flanked by porcelain por trait panels painted with classical maidens looking to sinister and dexter, probably intended to represent the newly established Third Republic, the lozenge shaped base set with blue porcelain floral reserves, giltwood base decorated with a band of Greek keys, 48cm high overall, the garniture of five-branch candelabrum similarly cast, the central branch with covers, on giltwood quatrefoil plinths, Greek key band, bun supports, 54cm high overall, c.1870 £300 - £500 2135 A late Victorian oak wall clock, the 29.5cm diam white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, inscribed J &T Wilkinson, Leeds, the case carved with leafy scrolls, shaped glazed door, 100cm high, c.1870 £70 - £100

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2136 A Louis XVI style marble and gilt metal clock garniture, the clock with 11cm white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, fourteen day movement striking on a bell, the drum shaped case cast with a basket of ripe fruits finial and applied with draping swags of country flowers, all resting on two poles, putti supports bearing the litter with pinecone finials, on a white marble base inlaid with gilt metal friezes, the clock 49cm high, the garniture consisting of a pair of four branch candelabrum supported by putto on a shaped and inlaid white marble base, 40.5cm high, c. 1870 £1500 - £2000

2137 A post-Regency mahogany and brass marquetry bracket timepiece, 15cm painted dial inscribed R E Webb, Rudloe, Roman numerals, single winding hole, fusee movement, arched cresting carved with a shell and leaves terminating in scrolls, above a deep frieze inlaid with leafy scrolls and outlined with brass stringing, brass ring handles to sides, plinth base, bun feet, 35.5cm high, mid-19th century £250 - £350

2138 A post-Regency rosewood bracket clock, 20cm painted dial inscribed R Reeves, Shoreditch, London, twin winding holes, twin-fusee movement striking on a bell, the case with serpentine cresting, car ved and applied with bosses, flutes and budding sprigs, plinth base, bun feet, 46.5cm high, c.1835 £700 - £900 For more images please visit

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2139 A substantial late Victorian mahogany and brass mantel clock, the 18cm silvered dial inscribed S. Smith & Son, 85, Strand, London, Roman numerals for minutes, subsidiary Arabic numerals and baton markers, the eight day movement striking on a gong and chiming on a eight bells, the moulded pediment crested with an opening gilt pinecone on a stepped base, brass urnular finials at angles, supported by fluted Corinthian columns, inlaid throughout with strung brass decorative motifs, the side panels with scrolling fretwork and grotesques, the back with quatrefoil fretwork, stepped base of glyphic frieze, compressed and lobed brass bun feet, 76cm high

2140 A substantial Victorian ebony and gilt brass mantel clock, the 21.5cm silvered and gilt dial, inscribed George Wilson, Edinburgh, Roman numerals, subsidiar y Arabic numerals and baton markers, three silvered subsidiary dials, the moulded top with a gilt brass balustrade of urns and fluted terminals, embellished with a gilded frieze of a scene of antiquity, pineapple angles, gilt maiden, car touche and floral pilasters, foliate handles, scrolling fretwork panels with maidens, the stepped base with lotus leaf frieze, paw feet, 62cm high, c. 1870 £2500 - £3000

2141 An Art Deco French marble and gilt metal clock, 14cm gilt brass dial, Arabic numerals, fourteen day striking movement, black marble globe house with hexagonal dial, flanked to the right by a cast pheasant, black marble base, 47cm high overall, 69.9cm wide, c. 1930 £100 - £150

Samuel Smith set up as a clockmaker in Newington Causeway, London in 1851, and his son Samuel moved the business to 85, The Strand in 1881, adding premises at No. 9 The Strand (specialising in watches) and at 68 Piccadilly. The firm became a limited company from 1899, when ‘Ltd.’ was added to the name. The third generation was represented by Sir Allan Gordon Smith who diversified into instrumentation or cars and aviation, and the firm later became Smiths Industries, now Smiths Group PLC. £3000 - £3500 For more images please visit

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2142 An early 18th century clock movement, 25.5cm circular brass dial inscribed Jno Seymour, Wantage, posted mechanism with square plates and Doric pillars, count wheel striking on a bell, oak bracket, 65cm long overall

John Seymour, believed to be a descendant of the blacksmith of the same name who made the celebrated 1525 foliot clock in the church at East Hendred, was born c. 1679 and married Elizabeth Prince at Wantage in 1700, and died in 1760. His clocks were always very well finished and one other example with similar Doric posted movement has been recorded (Dreweatts, Clifton Bristol, 2007). £400 - £600 2143 An early/mid 18th century wall mounted hooded alarm clock,18cm square brass dial, Roman chapter, alarm setting dial to centre, masks and leafy scrolls to spandrels, thir ty hour posted movement striking on a bell, later oak case with arched pediment flanked by turned finials, leafy scroll apron, 37cm high, £300 - £400

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2145 William IV short cased regulator clock, in mahogany veneered round topped glazed case, 10.5 in (26.5cm) white dial with Roman chapter signed John Drescher/66, Myton Gate/Hill, 8 day regulator movement striking on a gong, adjustable brass and steel pendulum with brass register, plain base 30in (76cm) high.

John Dreschler was a member of a German dynasty that was making clocks in Amsterdam at the end of the 18th century before coming to England in the early 19th century. John settled in Hull, where he had set up in business by 1817, married and had a large family. He was working until 1858, latterly in partnership with his son, Pius (born Baden 1811), the firm continuing as Drescher & Son to the 1870s. A trade card for John Drescher in the collections at Hull Museum records him as a maker of an ‘Assor tment of Musical, Fancy, Brass and Wood clocks, Toys, Etc.’ £450 - £650

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2144 A Victorian oak shop display timepiece, circular painted 30.5cm dial with Roman chapter, inscribed signed Sam. Corbett/Coventry, eight-day fusee movement, light oak case with shaped bezel, car ved with scrolling acanthus, 58.5cm high, the bracket 12.75cm Samuel Corbett of Coventry is recorded as having worked c. 1860 to 1880. £150 - £250 For more images please visit

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2150 A George III oak longcase clock, 33cm rounded painted dial, inscribed T Bell, 30 hour movement, striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, brass paterae, turned columns, shaped trunk door, inlaid plinth, 217cm high Thomas Bell is a new addition to the roll of Derbyshire clockmakers and may be related to the extensive Bell family of makers at Uttoxeter and Ashbourne. £300 - £400 2151 A George III oak longcase clock, 33cm white dial, dummy winding holes, Roman chapter, signed Jas Ashton/Tideswell, subsidiar y seconds dial, 30 hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with curly pediment, fluted brass capped columns, shaped door with Baroque brass escutcheon, flanked by fluted quarter columns, plinth base, 207cm high James Ashton was a third generation member of the extensive clockmaking dynasty which flourished on both sides of the Derbyshire/Cheshire border, being grandson of Samuel Ashton of Tideswell and son of Samuel’s younger son, Aaron, also of Tideswell. The elder branch of the family flourished at Ashbourne and Macclesfield, James himself was born c. 1769, was apprenticed to his father 1783-1790 and married Sarah Shepley (a relative of John Shepley of Derby, clockmaker) at Glossop in September 1791, working into the second decade of the 19th century. £400 - £600 2152 A George III oak longcase clock, 28cm square painted dial signed G Gould/South Molton, Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, 30-hour movement striking on a bell, the hood with concave moulded cornice above a carved frieze, rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 198cm high, c.1780

George Gould was born 1741, apprenticed to Christopher Day of South Molton 1755-1762 and was working until 1799. He was made a freeman of the town in 1798 and died in August 1809. He was a clockmaker of unusual ambition for a provincial maker, having made an astronomical clock, now in a public collection. £200 - £300

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Furniture

2153 A fine George I longcase clock movement, 31cm arched brass dial inscribed Daniel Grignion, London, silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, Strike/Silent selector to arch, cast and applied with dolphins and masks to spandrels, twin-winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, 42cm high overall, c.1725

2170 A George III mahogany D-end gate-action dining table, oversailing top outlined with a broad satinwood band and boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, spade feet, 77cm high, 175cm long including leaf, c.1810 £300 - £500

Daniel Gignion (1684-1763) was a French born Huguenot who came to England in 1688 and set up in London as a (rather superior) clockmaker in 1706. He had two sons, Thomas (1713-1784), who worked with his father as Daniel & Thomas Grignion 1730-1750, and Daniel who moved to Topsham, Devon. The family continued in business until c. 1825. A member of a distinguished clock-making family, Daniel Grignion was born in France in 1684, and came to England with his family in 1688 after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. He had set up by 1715 when he took Daniel Delander’s son as his first apprentice, and signed with his son Thomas as Daniel & Thomas Grignion from 1730 until 1750. He then retired and died in 1763, being succeeded by Thomas, who from 1775 to 1783 associated his own son also Thomas with him as Grignion & son/London, Thomas junior continuing alone from 1793 until 1825. A younger son, also Daniel, worked in the West Country. £1000 - £1500

2171 A Harlequin set of six oak Derbyshire dining chairs, typical shaped arched ladder backs carved with scrolls, panelled seats, bobbin turned front stretchers, turned and blocked legs £100 - £150 2172 A pair of Victorian mahogany and marquetry salon chairs, the caned backs with arched cresting rails inlaid with ribbon-tied leafy scrolls, stuffed-over seats, tapered square legs, spade feet, brass castors, c.1890 £40 - £60

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2173 An unusual Victorian walnut and marquetry canted serpentine fronted card table, the folding top profusely inlaid with trophies emblematic of the arts within broad borders of scrolling leaves, fluted baluster column, cabriole legs, acanthus carved scroll feet, brass casters, 77cm high, 89cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600 2174 A Biedermeier mahogany secretaire abattant, rounded rectangular caddy top above a frieze drawer, fall front enclosing a maple lined interior fitted with drawers, spirally turned columns and an inset leather writing surface, above three further long drawers, wavy borders, turned handles and feet, 159cm high, 105cm wide, c. 1830 £400 - £600

2175 A 17th century walnut candlestand, possibly Dutch, the flower shaped top inlaid to centre, spirally turned column, flattened tripod base, 78cm high, 40cm diam, c.1675 £150 - £200 2176 A 19th century Boulle and ebonised three tier whatnot, brass finials and three-quarter anthemion gallery, the plateaux typically veneered in brass and red tortoiseshell with scrolls and strapwork, serpentine supports, outswept legs, 81cm high, 41cm wide, c.1850 £250 - £350

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2178 A 19th century Chinese hardwood and mother of pearl marquetry tripod centre table, circular tilting top profusely inlaid with insects, scrolling leaves, characters and precious objects, turned column, cabriole legs boldly carved with ferocious dragons, turned under finial, 73cm high, 85cm diam, c. 1880 £1500 - £2000

2177 A 19th century carved, silvered and gilt looking glass, shell cresting, 49.5cm high, c.1850 £60 - £80

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2179 A 19th century Continental crossbanded rosewood and walnut bureau de dame, serpentine fall front enclosing small drawers, shaped frieze with long drawer, serpentine legs, 104cm high, 76cm wide, c. 1870 £200 - £300

2182 A 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry triangular card table, the top, deep frieze and legs profusely inlaid with flowering urns, birds and leaves, outlined with boxwood stringing, slender cabriole legs, 97cm wide, 76cm high, c.1860 £250 - £350

2180 A 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry credence type triform card table, the folding top boldly inlaid with scrolling acanthus outlined with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, 76cm high, 106cm wide £250 - £350

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2183 A 19th century Dutch walnut jardinière, pierced tulip shape top, brass liner, swing handle, turned column, spreading circular base, three ball feet, 43cm high, 37cm diam, c.1870 £100 - £150

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2184 A 19th century Franglais brass mounted rosewood and marquetry rectangular centre table, moulded top quarter-veneered and inlaid with sprays of summer flowers, above a deep frieze with long drawer, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, shaped stretcher, turned and reeded legs, 74cm high, 116cm wide, c. 1860 £800 - £1200

2181 A 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry rectangular work table, hinged top inlaid with a flowering urn outlined by chequered stringing and flowering leafy stems, above a concave frieze enclosing an arrangement of compartments, basket undertier, turned end supports, incurved base, bun feet, 76cm high, 51cm wide, c. 1840 £300 - £400 For more images please visit

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2185 A 19th century French arched rectangular mirror, the frame in relief with leafy scrolls, 63cm x 80cm £150 - £200

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2186 A 19th century French Louis XV Revival ormolu mounted kingwood and rosewood serpentine commode, the veined marble top above two short and two long graduated crossbanded drawers, shaped apron, the mounts and sabots, boldly cast with putto and scrolling acanthus, 85cm high, 129cm wide, c. 1870 £2000 - £3000 2187 A 19th century gilt metal and porcelain mounted pier cabinet, rectangular top above a deep frieze and a rectangular glazed door, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, plinth base, turned feet, 110cm high, 76cm wide, c. 1870 £300 - £400

2188 A 19th century gilt metal mounted mahogany and marquetry shaped rectangular bureau plat, in the Louis XV Revival taste, the shaped rectangular top with inset tooled leather writing surface, within a broad border inlaid in coloured woods with ribbon-tied sprays of flowers, above a long frieze drawer, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 79cm high, 85cm wide, c.1890 £250 - £350 For more images please visit

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2189 A 19th century gilt metal mounted walnut music room cabinet, green veined marble top above a rectangular door and an arrangement of Canterbury divisions, bun feet, 101cm high, 71cm wide £300 - £500 2190 A 19th century giltwood pier glass, the frame crested and moulded with flowers and leafy scrolls, projecting angles, rectangular plate, beaded bezel, 151 cm high, 93cm wide, c. 1860 £150 - £200

2191 A 19th century goncalo alves occasional table, the circular top, slender baluster column, ring turned socle, circular base, three scroll feet, 72cm high, 46cm diam, c.1840 £100 - £150

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2192 A 19th century leather covered rectangular trunk, brass bound and boarded with bands of domed nail heads, ring handle, 26.5cm high, 65cm wide, 1880 £150 - £200

2193 A 19th century mahogany and marquetry pedestal occasional table, the circular top inlaid with a basket of flowers within a repetitive band of scrolling leaf motifs, slender turned column, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, downswept legs, 71cm high, 30.5cm diam £100 - £150 2194 A 19th century mahogany brass bound oval coopered wine cooler, brass carrying handles to sides, zinc liner, the stand with tapered square legs, brass castors, 66cm high, 59cm wide £200 - £300

2195 A 19th century mahogany circular library centre table, moulded top with inset leather writing surface, the underframe with four turned and reeded columnar supports, X-stretcher, fluted feet, 71cm high, 90cm diam, c. 1880 £200 - £300

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2198 A 19th century mahogany tripod kettle stand, dished circular top, spirally turned column, cabriole legs, pad feet, 69.5cm high, 27cm diam £80 - £120

2199 A 19th century rosewood and kingwood shaped oval work table, hinged top veneered with a well figured reserve, enclosing an arrangement of compartments, turned and spirally reeded twin end supports, turned and fluted stretcher, cabriole legs, scroll feet, ceramic casters, 56cm high, 70cm wide, c.1870 £300 - £400 2200 A 19th century satinwood crossbanded mahogany and parquetry rectangular side table, moulded top above a long frieze drawer veneered with two faux fronts, oval brass handles, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, brass castors, 72cm high, 106cm wide, c. 1880 £200 - £300 2196

2196 A 19th century mahogany Gainsborough armchair, outswept arms, brass studded upholstery, chamfered square legs £200 - £300

2197 A 19th century mahogany rounded rectangular coaching table, brass hinges, folding X frame stand, turned stretchers, 69cm high, 83.5cm wide, c.1880 £80 - £120

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2201 A 19th century satinwood, boxwood, ebony and sample woods oval tray top two tier étagère , the centre with an oversize oval floral patera, within a broad ebony and ribbon tied husk border, raised edge, fluted legs, crossbanded under tier, slender cabriole legs, 75cm high, 78cm wide, c.1800 £300 - £400 2202 A 19th century satinwood, rosewood and mahogany rectangular combination work and reading table, the crossbanded top hinged and adjustable on a ratchet, above a frieze drawer and basket undertier, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, brass casters, 79cm high, 48cm wide, c.1890 £300 - £400

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2207 A Charles II oak low dresser, plank topped above a pair of drawers applied with geometric mouldings and split terminals, turned legs, 81cm high, 133cm wide, c. 1675 £300 - £400

2208 A Charles II oak three-panel blanket chest, hinged top above a deep frieze carved with scrolling leafy stems, stile feet, 75cm high, 111cm wide, initialled E.H. and dated 1681 £250 - £350

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2203 A 19th century Venetian polychrome and gilt Blackamoor, standing, wearing a gilt soft hat and feathered skirt, 116cm high £2000 - £3000

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2204 A 19th century walnut and mahogany breakcentre low library bookcase, marble top above three doors enclosing adjustable shelves, plinth base, 90cm high, 147cm wide £300 - £500

2209 A Chinese hardwood and ivory marquetry square occasional table, square panelled top above an ivory balustrade gallery, inlaid with pagodas, figures, fanciful beasts and blossoming prunus, shaped legs, 74cm high, 43cm, c. 1880 £1000 - £1500

2205 A Burmese hardwood armchair, rectangular back with shaped cresting carved in deep relief with a stylised peacock amongst scrolling leaves, scroll arms terminating in lion masks supported on gilt grotesque caryatid supports, Xunderframe with masks at intersections, carved overall with dense scrolling leaves and animals, rattan seat, c.1880 £200 - £300

2210 A Chippendale Period mahogany elbow chair, Cupid’s bow cresting rail carved with leafy scrolls, above a shaped and pierced splat, drop in seat, moulded legs, Hstretcher, c. 1755 £80 - £120

2211 A Chippendale Revival mahogany display cabinet, the shaped cresting boldly carved with a shell above a pair of glazed doors enclosing shelves lined in moss plush, carved throughout with anthemians, leafy scrolls, trophies, swags and bellhusks, serpentine undertier, tapered square legs, 201cm high, 122cm wide, c. 1910 £150 - £250

2206 A Charles II oak blockfront chest, planked top with moulded edge above four long drawers applied with mouldings, panelled sides, stile feet, 106cm high, 111cm wide, c. 1675 £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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2212 A Colonial hardwood armchair, the circular back carved and pierced with a lotus boss within a band of Greek key, cane seat, turned outswept arms, legs and stretchers, c. 1880 £80 - £120

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2213 A composed pair of Chinese hardwood stands, circular beaded tops with rouge marble panels, aprons of flowering prunus, ball and claw feet, 34cm high, 34cm diam, late 19th century £200 - £300

2215 A late 18th century Dutch oak shaped serpentine commode, of small proportions, oversailing top above three long graduated drawers, brass swan neck handles, scroll feet, 80cm high, 86cm wide, c. 1800 £300 - £400

2214 A Continental mahogany wunderkammer, rectangular top above an architectural arrangement of cupboards and small drawers veneered in exotic timbers, 69cm high, 108cm wide, 19th century £400 - £600

2216 A Empire style gilt metal mounted walnut partner’s desk, moulded top with inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface above an arched frieze with an arrangement of five drawers, verso conforming, canted angles cast with female caryatids, tapered square legs, 76cm high, 140cm wide, c. 1880 £2000 - £2500

2217 An early Victorian burr oak chest, rectangular top with bead and real border above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, turned handles and feet, 109cm high, 108cm wide, c. 1840 £300 - £400

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2218 A fine and important Chippendale Period mahogany canted rectangular kneehole desk, the well figured quarter-veneered crossbanded top outlined with herringbone stringing above a long frieze drawer, the niche with rectangular cupboard door flanked by secret compartments dressed with parcel-gilt stop-fluted Corinthian pilaster, flanked by two rows of three cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, the angles with further Corinthian pilasters and quarter columns, skirted base, bracket feet, 79cm high, 89cm wide, c.1755 Provenance: C.I.N.O.A. International Art Treasures Exhibition, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1962, exhibited by Frederick J McCarthy, Newark on Trent, no. 69 ÂŁ40000 - ÂŁ60000

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2219 A fine and large Sheraton Revival rosewood crossbanded satinwood marquetry and painted demi-lume side cabinet, the top with lotus carved moulded edge, above a deep frieze and a central panelled door painted in the manner of Angelica Kauffman with Eros drawn triumphant in a chariot, flanked by two pairs of further doors, profusely inlaid throughout with coloured woods with ribbon-tied swags, paterae, anthemions, krater vases and bell husks, carved and applied with four pairs of rams’ head masks grasping draped wreathed swags and outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, turned lotus carved legs, 94cm high, 153cm wide, c. 1890 £15000 - £20000

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2220 2220 A fine George III mahogany table, the shaped square top carved with a border of stylised flowerheads, tilting on spirally fluted and vasular column, the cabriole tripod base carved with ribbon tied floral pendants, 72cm high, 82cm wide, c.1775 £2000 - £3000 2221 A fine George III square urn stand, in Chippendale taste, the undulating gallery, set with ivory bosses, above a line of barberpole stringing, bead-and-reel mouldings, the slide with gilt brass axe head handle, the wavy apron inlaid and again set with ivory, blocked fluted tapered square legs, linked by four slender C-scroll stretchers, centred by a fluted finial, square feet, leather covered barrel shaped casters, 70cm high, 32cm wide, c.1760 £2000 - £3000 2221 For more images please visit

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2222 A First World War laminated aeroplane propeller boss and three blades. The boss marked 275 H.P. Rolls.Royce; right-hand 5156; T1 5156; De H 4; A.B.686 R.H. D2850 P3600;The 275 horse power Rolls-Royce Eagle Mk.IV engine was fitted to the Airco DH.4 light bomber in service with The Royal Flying Corps. in World War 1 from 1917. The DH 4 was a single engined aircraft, but because of variations in the engines, some of them ran to the left and some to the right, the propellers needed to indicate which engines they went with, hence the ‘’Right Hand’’ £1000 - £1500

2224 A French Louis XV Revival kingwood, rosewood, marquetry and bronze mounted secretaire abattant, fall front enclosing a plush lined niche, small drawers and tambour fronted compartments, above two long drawers, inlaid with a flaming urn, flowering cornucopia and a scrolling leafy stems, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 153cm high, 81cm wide, c. 1850 £1500 - £2000 2225 A French Louis XVI Revival mahogany demi-lume writing desk, pierced brass gallery and inset tooled leather writing surface above an incurved frieze with three drawers, turned stop-fluted legs, 76cm high, 115cm wide, c. 1870 £600 - £800

2223 A French Empire gilt metal mounted rosewood commode, veined marble top above four long drawers, flanked by hipped canted angles, shaped apron, moulded block feet, 103cm high, 136cm wide, 19th century £3000 - £5000

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2226 A George II Irish mahogany oval dropleaf dining table, cabriole legs carved with shells to knees, pad feet, 73cm high, 136cm wide, c. 1750 £200 - £300

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2231 A George II mahogany washstand, the ring top raised on three uprights, connected by two triangular drawers, ivory draught turned handles, cabriole tripod base, carved with shell and husk pendant to knee, pad feet, 79cm high, 27cm diam, c.1750 £100 - £150

2232 A George II oak bureau, fall front enclosing a shaped and stepped arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above three small and two long graduated drawers, brass bat shaped handles, bracket feet, 98cm high, 91cm wide, c. 1750 £150 - £200 2233 A George II walnut bureau, fall front enclosing a cupboard flanked by ‘secret’ compartments, pigeon holes and small holes, above two short and three long graduated drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, outlined throughout with stringing, skirted base, bracket feet, 98cm high, 84cm wide £400 - £600

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2234 A George II/early George III Irish mahogany tripod kettle stand, dished circular top, spirally turned column, acanthus socle, cabriole legs carved in relief with meandering leafy stems, 69cm high, 26cm diam, c.1760 £200 - £300

2227 A George II mahogany bachelor’s chest, moulded top above two short and three long faux cockbeaded graduating drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, ogee bracket feet, 27.5cm high, 81cm wide, c. 1755 £150 - £200

2235 A George II/early George III oak bureau cabinet, stepped cornice above a pair of rectangular doors, fall front enclosing pigeon holes and small drawers, above two short and two long graduated doors, shaped bracket feet, 207cm high, 94cm wide, c. 1755 £200 - £300

2228 A ‘George II’ mahogany lowboy, moulded top with re-entrant angles above two short and one long drawer, bold cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, 74cm high, 74cm wide £150 - £200

2236 A George II/III giltwood looking glass, shaped cresting pierced and carved with a ho-ho bird, fleur-de-lys, scrolling leafy branches and flowerhead bosses, rectangular plate, beaded bezel, 27cm high, 43cm wide, c.1760 £60 - £100

2229 A ‘George II’ mahogany lowboy, moulded top with re-entrant angles above two short and one long drawer, bold cabriole legs, ball and claw feet, 74cm high, 74cm wide £300 - £400

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2237

2230 A George II mahogany serpentine tea table, the folding top with moulded edge, gadrooned apron, leaf carved brackets, fluted square legs, 72cm high, 84.5cm wide, c.1750 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

2237 A George III brass bound coopered mahogany peat bucket, with two locking swing handles to upper band, 41cm high, 36cm diam, c.1800 £500 - £800 203

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2238 A George III crossbanded mahogany rounded rectangular Pembroke table, oversailing top above a frieze drawer, tapered square legs, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, brass castors, 77cm high, 86cm wide, c. 1810 £80 - £120

2242 A George III mahogany bachelor’s chest, moulded top above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, shaped apron, outswept bracket feet, 81cm high, 88cm wide, c. 1800 £500 - £700 2243 A George III mahogany bureau, fall front enclosing a central cupboard inlaid with a batwing patera, flanked by an arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above four long cockbeaded drawers, bracket feet, 112cm high, 112cm wide, c. 1800 £100 - £150

2239 A George III crossbanded mahogany rounded rectangular pembroke table, reeded top above a frieze drawer, blind to verso, brass drum handles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, brass castors, 74cm high, 75cm wide, c. 1790 £80 - £120

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2244 A George III mahogany chest, moulded top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, oval brass handles, skirted base, bracket feet, c.1820 £100 - £150 2245 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak sleigh fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, outswept cornice above a deep frieze and a rectangular door centred with oval shell patera, enclosing shelves, skirted base, 101cm high, 85cm wide, c. 1800 £60 - £100

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2246 A George III mahogany night cupboard, the gallery top above a raised and fielded panelled door, outlined with satinwood crossbanding, ebony and boxwood stringing, centred with an oval batwing patera, above a drawer, tapered legs, carrying handles to side, 79cm high, 40cm wide, c.1800 £70 - £100

2240 A George III hoop back ash and elm Windsor elbow chair, the three pierced splats centred with draught turned roundels and divided by uprights, shaped seat, turned legs, Hunderframe, c.1800 £150 - £200

2241 A George III mahogany bachelor’s chest, crossbanded moulded top above two long and three short graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, shaped bracket feet, 84cm high, 79cm wide, c. 1800 £300 - £400

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2247 A George III mahogany occasional table, the circular top tilting on spirally turned column, tripod legs, pad feet, 69cm high, 55.5cm diam, c.1820 £60 - £100

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2255 A George III mahogany shaped serpentine sideboard, gilt brass two-rail gallery with urnular finials, the cross banded top centred by a quarter-veneered oval reserve above a frieze drawer flanked by a bottle drawer and cupboard, inlaid with oval shell paterae and outlined throughout with barber pole and boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, 135cm high, 192cm wide, c. 1790 £400 - £600

2248

2248 A George III mahogany oval tripod occasional table, crossbanded top outlined with boxwood stringing, turned urnular column, downswept legs, brass castors, 72cm high, 91cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100

2256 A George III mahogany side chair, serpentine cresting rail and seat, stuffed-over upholstery, chamfered square legs, c.1780 £80 - £120

2249 A George III mahogany rectangular tea table, folding top with moulded edge above a frieze drawer, tapered square legs, 75cm high, 91cm wide, c.1820 £60 - £100

2257 A George III mahogany tea table, the circular top tilting on a vasular column, carved with a band of stiff leaves, cabriole tripod base conforming, 72cm high, 96cm, c.1800 £250 - £350

2250 A George III mahogany rounded rectangular dining table, slightly oversailing top above a deep frieze, one leaf, turned and tapered legs, brass castors, 74cm high, extending to 157cm long, c. 1810 £100 - £150

2251 A George III mahogany rounded rectangular Pembroke work table, oversailing top above a frieze drawer, blind to verso, turned handles, slender turned and tapered legs, brass castors, 75cm high, 51cm wide, c. 1820 £80 - £120

2252 A George III mahogany rounded rectangular Pembroke work table, reeded top above a frieze drawer, blind to verso, slender turned and tapered legs, 73cm high, 44cm wide, c. 1810 £80 - £120 2253 A George III mahogany rounded rectangular side table, moulded top above a pair of frieze drawers, brass swan neck handles, chamfered square legs, 72cm high, 69cm wide, c. 1780 £150 - £200

2258

2254 A George III mahogany serpentine chest of four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, oval brass handles, bracket feet, 85cm high, 103cm wide, c.1775 £700 - £900

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2258 A George III oak lowboy, rectangular top with moulded edge above drawer, shaped frieze, turned legs, 73cm high, 76cm wide, c.1760 £100 - £150 205

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2259 A George III red lacquer chinoiserie wine/tea urn table, the octagonal top painted and gilt with cranes and pagodas in oriental landscapes, broad borders, slender spirally fluted column, on outswept tripod base, bun feet, 75cm high, 30cm wide, c.1800 £300 - £400

2261

2261 A George III Revival mahogany serpentine drawingroom cabinet, by Maple & Co., stamped, dental cornice above two small and two large glazed doors and niche, projecting base with a pair of frieze drawers, brass ring handles stamped with bosses, outlined throughout with ebony stringing, pierced brackets to apron, tapered square reeded legs, spade feet, 186cm high, 157cm wide, c. 1905 £200 - £300

2260

2260 A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry secretaire a cylindre, marble top with pierced gallery above a retractable front enclosing a sliding writing surface, niche and small drawers, above three short and one long drawer to frieze, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 102cm high, 71cm wide, c.1870 £1500 - £2000

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2264 A George III style circular mahogany bijouterie table, the hinged top outlined with twin bands of ebony and boxwood chequered stringing, the deep sides conforming, the interior lined with honey velvet, tapered square legs, 72cm high, 55cm diam, c.1905 £200 - £300

2262 A George III rosewood crossbanded and parcel gilt satinwood demi-lune card table, folding crossbanded top outlined with boxwood stringing, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, turned and stop-fluted legs with lotus capitals, 74cm high, 92cm wide, c. 1790 £400 - £600

2265 A George III style mahogany floor standing book trough, moulded top above five sloping compartments, turned legs and X-stretcher, 85cm high, 92cm wide £400 - £600

2263 A George III rosewood crossbanded satinwood canted rectangular card table, the folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze, lined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, 78cm high, 92cm wide, c.1790 £100 - £150

2266 A George III style Sheraton Revival lady’s mahogany and satinwood strung work table, the shaped base with two drawers centred by inlaid oval patera, pleated silk basket, tapered legs, shaped shelf, the top with lift-off basket with two drawers centred by shell patera, shaped handle, 105cm high, 37.5cm wide, c.1890 £300 - £500

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2267

2267 A George IV mahogany chiffonier, the two-tier superstructure with architectural pediment and turned supports, the projecting base with a pair of frieze drawers and panelled doors, flanked by acanthus bosses and pilasters, plinth base, 170cm high, 111cm wide, c. 1830 £200 - £300

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2272 A George IV rosewood rounded rectangular sofa table, the moulded frieze with a pair of drawers, blind to verso, canted spreading square column, incurved base, gadrooned socle, scroll feet, 72cm high, 92cm wide, c. 1825 £200 - £300

2273

2273 A George/William IV rosewood breakcentre side cabinet, the shaped back with carved cresting and rectangular shelves above a shallow mirror, projecting base with two pair of panelled doors flanked by lotus capped pillars, plinth base, 138cm high, 179cm wide, c. 1830 £300 - £400

2274 A George III mahogany rectangular chest, moulded top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 102cm high, 112cm wide, c. 1780 £300 - £400

2268

2268 A George IV mahogany chiffonier, the unusually configured superstructure with pierced three-quarter gallery above an incurved upstand, turned supports, the projecting base with a pair of rectangular doors with brass grills lined with pleated silk, flanked turned columns, bun feet, 131cm high, 92cm wide, c. 1830 £350 - £400

2275 A Gothic Chippendale Revival mahogany rectangular bijouterie table, hinged top carved with blind fretwork tracery, gadrooned apron, pierced cluster-column legs and X-stretcher, block feet, 78cm high, 78cm wide, c. 1910 £200 - £300

2269 A George IV mahogany concertina action dining table, rounded rectangular top with reeded edge above a deep frieze, turned legs, brass castors, 74cm high, extending to 350cm long £1000 - £1500

2276 A Gothic Revival rosewood nursing chair, the Tshaped back with crenalated cresting flanked by architectural finials, the border applied with two rows of bosses, spirally turned legs, brass castors, c. 1835 £80 - £120

2270 A George IV mahogany D-shaped tea table, folding top above a deep frieze centred by a rectangular tablet, beaded borders, acanthus carved baluster column, fluted socle, canted incurved base, tall fluted feet, 74cm high, 93cm wide, c.1830 £180 - £280

2277 A Japanese lacquer Jubako on stand, two oval sections and cover, decorated with gilt butterflies and flowering foliage, within broad honeycomb borders, the stand with angular bar handle, tapered square legs, linked by incurved rectangular undertier, 99cm high, 37cm wide, c.1840 £300 - £400

2271 A George IV mahogany tripod pedestal side table, rounded rectangular top above a long frieze drawer, turned handles, turned column, downswept legs, 73cm high, 67cm wide £200 - £300

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2278 A large 18th century Spanish iron mounted hardwood rectangular chest, hinged top with moulded edge, applied with shaped strap brackets, stile feet, 74cm high, 170cm wide, c. 1750 £200 - £300 2279 A large 19th century gessoed and painted shaped serpentine console table, Carrara marble top, above a bold cartouche shaped apron and acanthus scroll cabriole legs, 90cm high, 205cm wide, c. 1860 £300 - £500

2284

2284 A late 19th century French Hepplewhite design mahogany card table, canted serpentine folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, and four counter wells, above a deep frieze carved with a shell and slender acanthus S-scrolls, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, 76cm high, 90cm wide, c.1875 £200 - £300

2280

2280 A large George III mahogany serpentine sofa, stuffed over upholstery, reeded tapered square legs, H underframe, 208cm wide, c. 1780 £600 - £1000

2285 A late 19th century rectangular dressing mirror, the Cupid’s bow cresting well carved with acanthus leaves, draught turned roundels and centred with Prince of Wales feathers, the rectangular frame on slender fluted and reeded uprights, acanthus carved scroll legs, 74cm high, 57cm wide, c.1890 £150 - £200

2281

2281 An 18th century Continental iron bound oak ark, the canted top with hinged cover, carrying handles to sides, 88cm high, 172cm wide £100 - £150

2286

2283 A late 17th/early 18th century oak slope top desk box, hinged cover with notched borders and iron butterfly hinges, 62cm wide, c. 1700 £80 - £120

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2286 A late George III mahogany work table, the rounded rectangular top with fall sides, reeded edge, cockbeaded drawer, brass drum handles, D-shaped work basket, ring turned legs, 76cm high, 42cm wide, c.1815 £150 - £250 209

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2287 A late Victorian mahogany and marquetry bowed rectangular centre table, moulded top centred by an oval batwing patera, outlined with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, drawers and shaped upstands to sides, turned and reeded legs and stretchers, ceramic castors, 69cm high, 84cm wide, c. 1890 £150 - £200 2288 A late Victorian mahogany six-piece salon suite, comprising a settee, four side chairs and a pair of elbow chairs, the backs pierced and carved with scrolling leaves and cartouches, stuffed over upholstery, cabriole legs, the settee 121cm wide, c. 1890 £500 - £700

2289 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry elbow chair, curved back inlaid with an oval batwing patera and scrolling flowering leafy stems, shaped arms, stuffed over upholstery, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, c. 1890 £80 - £120

2292

2292 A late Victorian/Edwardian mahogany silver table, shaped rectangular top with serpentine sides, bead and reel mouldings above tapered fluted legs, linked by pierced fret, S-scroll stretchers, centred by a lofty bud finial, 67cm high, 88cm wide, c.1900 £100 - £200 2293 A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry bombé shaped vitrine, caddy top above a glazed door, the base inlaid with panels of flowers, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 165cm high, 89cm wide, c. 1870 £700 - £1000

2290

2290 A late Victorian satinwood crossbanded rosewood and marquetry oval occasional table, the top inlaid with a musical trophy, outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, open undertier, brass castors, 74cm high, 77cm wide, c. 1890 £150 - £200 2291 A late Victorian/Edwardian mahogany Carlton House desk, the incurved superstructure with an arrangement of pigeon holes, small drawers and cupboards flanked by a pair of hinged compartments, inset tooled leather writing surface above three frieze drawers, outlined throughout with chequered and boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, brass castors, 95cm high, 105cm wide, c. 1900 £500 - £700 For more images please visit

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2294 A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry shaped rectangular occasional table, quarter-veneered top inlaid with a spray of flowers, shaped apron, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, serpentine legs, 73cm high, 61cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150 210

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2295 A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted mahogany and Vernis Martin serpentine vitrine, deep frieze above a three-quarter glazed door and panels painted in the 18th century taste with a courting couple, serpentine legs, 139cm high, 61cm wide, early 20th century £300 - £400

2298 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany chest of two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, flanked by lotus pilasters, turned handles, plinth base, 110cm high, 118cm wide, c. 1835 £200 - £300

2296 A Louis XV Revival giltwood three-fold boudoir screen, shaped serpentine crestings above cartouche-shaped clear glass panes and silk lined panels, moulded throughout with shells, flowers and leafy scrolls, 158cm high, 141cm wide, c. 1880 £120 - £180

2300

2300 A pair of 19th century giltwood and gesso circular convex looking glasses, each moulded border applied with eight spheres, 23.5cm diam £100 - £150

2297

2297 A Louis XVI style gilt metal mounted bureau plat, moulded top with inset tooled and gilt writing surface, above a pair of frieze drawers, tapered square legs, 72cm high, 105cm wide, early 20th century £200 - £300

2301

2301 A pair of 19th century giltwood salon chairs, in the French taste, Cupid’s bow cresting rails centred by a feathered plume, above interlaced acanthus wrapped S-scroll and anthemion splat, caned serpentine seats, slender cabriole legs, c.1890 £100 - £150

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2303 A pair of early Victorian mahogany serpentine tea tables, each with folding top above a deep frieze, turned and panelled baluster columns, incurved bases terminating in bold scroll feet, 80cm high, 94cm wide, c. 1840 £800 - £1200

2304 A pair of George III style torchere stands, dished circular tops, tapered fluted acanthus carved vasular columns, cabriole tripod bases, ball and claw feet, 122cm high, 30cm diam £150 - £200

2305 A pair of George IV mahogany elbow chairs, curved cresting rails, reeded downswept arms, stuffed-over seats, turned and fluted legs, c.1825 £200 - £300 2306 A pair of Hepplewhite design mahogany children’s elbow chairs, shield backs carved with ears of wheat, reeded outswept arms, stuffed-over seats, moulded tapered square legs, spade feet, 19th century £300 - £400

2302

2302 A pair of Adam Revival wingback armchairs, stuffed over upholstery, squab cushions, scroll arms carved with flower head bosses, serpentine reeded front rails, tapered square legs, early 20th century £300 - £400

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2307

2310 A pair of Louis XV style giltwood elbow fauteuils, shield shaped backs, stuffed over upholstery, pierced and carved throughout with scrolling leaves, cabriole legs, c. 1900 £150 - £200

2307 A pair of late 19th century mahogany salon tub chairs, in the French Hepplewhite taste, shaped and pierced crestings and splats carved with flowering scrolls and stiff acanthus, stuffed over seats, cabriole legs, c.1890 £80 - £120

2308

2308 A pair of late Victorian rosewood and marquetry drawing-room armchairs, each with scroll carved finials above an open frieze centred by a shaped panel inlaid with ribbon-tied swags, downswept arms, stuffed over deep button upholstery, tapered square legs further inlaid with paterae, leafy stems and trailing bell husks, brass castors, c. 1890 £100 - £150

2311

2309 A pair of Louis XV style gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry bedroom cabinets, each with veined marble top above three drawers, inlaid with flowers and foliage, leafy handles, slender tapered cabriole legs, 73cm high, 37cm wide £350 - £450

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2311 A post Regency satinwood work table, the crossbanded top above a frieze drawer, pleated D-shaped basket, twin end supports, draught turned roundels, scrolled brackets, down turned sledge bases, brass casters, 76cm high, 40cm wide, c.1820 £200 - £300 213

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2312 A post-Regency giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror, inverted break centre cornice above a deep frieze applied with a turned and fluted pilaster grasped by anthemion and scrolls, the rectangular plate flanked by a pair of further pilasters conforming, 74cm high, 106cm wide, c.1830 £100 - £150

2313 A post-Regency rosewood side cabinet, rectangular top above a central panelled door and a pair of further doors with brass grills lined in pleated silk, divided and flanked lotus capped pilasters, turned feet, 101cm high, 153cm wide, c. 1840 £300 - £500 2314 A Regency brass inlaid rosewood bowed rectangular table, the shallow frieze with gadrooned border, end supports centred with three spindle uprights above a brass inlaid panel, downswept legs, leaf cast socket casters, 75cm high, 77cm wide, c.1815 £2000 - £3000

2315 A Regency mahogany D-shaped tea table, folding top above a deep frieze, later inlaid and outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, sabre legs, brass castors, 75cm high, 92cm wide, c. 1815 £200 - £300

2318

2318 A Regency satinwood rectangular work table, the crossbanded top raising on stands, frieze drawer, blind to verso, ring handles, above a basket, tapered square legs, brass socket casters, 80cm high, 48cm wide, c.1800 £250 - £350

2319 A set of Edwardian mahogany quartetto tables, rectangular tops, turned slender end supports, bowed stretchers, sledge bases, the largest 72cm high, 56cm wide, c. 1905 £150 - £200

2316

2320 A set of six Hepplewhite Design mahogany dining chairs, comprising six dining chairs and a pair of carvers, the shield shaped backs and downswept arms carved with lotus, guilloché and acanthus, stuffed over seats, turned and reeded legs, 19th century £800 - £1200

2316 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry rounded rectangular card table, folding top inlaid with a broad band of roundels and leafy stems, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze with gadrooned border, double-plinth column, canted incurved base, brass acanthus capped caster, 72cm high, 91.5cm wide, c.1815 £600 - £800

2321 A Sheraton Revival mahogany and marquetry open library bookcase, of small proportions, deep frieze, above a pair of adjustable shelves, inlaid in coloured woods with a fluted urn, leafy scrolls, oval paterae and ribbon-tied trailing bellhusks, plinth base, 121cm high, 69cm wide, c. 1910 £150 - £200

2317 A Regency rosewood and marquetry D-shaped card table, folding top outlined with a broad band of scrolling foliage, enclosing a baize playing surface, turned column, sabre legs, acanthus cast brass castors, 75cm high, 92cm wide, c. 1815 £200 - £300 For more images please visit

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2325 A Sheraton Revival satinwood rectangular work table, hinged top outlined with a boxwood and ebony strung rosewood band, above one blind and one deep, doublefronted drawer, incurved undertier with three-quarter gallery, tapered square legs, brass casters, 74cm high, 44.5cm wide, 19th century £300 - £500

2322

2322 A Sheraton Revival mahogany and marquetry salon display cabinet, in the manner of Edwards and Roberts, arched pediment above a pair of lancet astragal glazed rectangular doors, the projecting base with two long drawers, inlaid with baskets of flowers, ribbon-tied swags and scrolling leaves, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, tapered square legs, 93cm high, 69cm wide, c.1900 £500 - £700 2323 A Sheraton Revival mahogany and marquetry salon display cabinet, swan necked cresting above a pair of rectangular glazed doors, projecting base with a pair of drawers to frieze, tapered square legs, inlaid with trophies, urns and leafy scrolls, outlined with boxwood stringing, spade feet, 194cm high, 83cm wide, c. 1905 £400 - £600 2324 A Sheraton Revival satinwood crossbanded mahogany and marquetry bookcase/display cabinet, by Edwards and Roberts, stamped, swan necked cresting above a glazed rectangular door, bow fronted projecting base with two long drawers, inlaid in coloured woods with oval batwing patera, leafy scrolls and ribbon-tied swags, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, incurved undertier, tapered square legs, spade feet, 210cm high, 76.5cm wide, c. 1900 £1000 - £1500 For more images please visit

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2326 An ‘18th century’ Italian walnut cassonne, of small proportions, hinged top with leafy edge above a rectangular panel carved with winged lions and naive heraldry, bracket feet, 59cm high, 84cm wide £300 - £400 216

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2330 A substantial Rococo giltwood looking-glass, boldly carved with flowering S-scrolls, shells and acanthus, rectangular plate, 134cm high, 114cm wide, 19th century £300 - £500

2327

2327 A small early 18th century oak oval gate leg table, blind drawer to end, turned and blocked legs, 70cm high , 74cm wide, c.1720 £60 - £100 2328 A small George III mahogany bow fronted chest of two short and two long drawers, turned handles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, shaped apron, bracket feet, 89cm high, 89cm wide, c. 1820 £200 - £300

2329 A substantial Regency mahogany sarcophagus shaped cellarette, hinged cover boldly carved and applied with a fruiting vine finial, lead lined, skirted base, brass casters, 63cm high, 116cm wide, c.1830 £400 - £600

2331

2331 A substantial Victorian mahogany elbow chair, cartouche shaped back, outswept arms, boldly carved with flowering scrolls and acanthus, stuffed over upholstery, cabriole legs, c. 1850 £100 - £150

2332 A Victorian brass and mahogany reading/music stand, adjustable rectangular rest, pierced and engraved, vasular column, turned base, bun feet, c.1860 £100 - £150 2333 A Victorian burr oak hexagonal tripod occasional table, the figured top with carved border, spirally turned column with acanthus socle, cabriole legs, scroll feet, 72cm high, 60cm wide, c. 1880 £200 - £300

2334 A Victorian burr walnut and ebonised rectangular card table, quarter-veneered folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze, the base with four reeded columns terminating in Greek key socles, turned underfinial, angular cabriole legs carved with scrolls and anthemions, 74cm high, 92cm wide, c.1870 £150 - £200

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2335 A Victorian burr walnut and marquetry rounded rectangular combination work and games table, folding top enclosing inlaid boards for chess, cribbage and backgammon, above a compartmented frieze drawer and basket under tier, outlined with boxwood stringing, turned end supports and stretcher, cabriole legs carved with acanthus, ceramic casters, 74cm high, 66cm wide, c.1850 £300 - £500 2336 A Victorian burr walnut bookcase, rectangular top with book-matched veneers above a pair of glazed rectangular doors, plinth base, 113cm high, 119cm wide (reduced) £300 - £400

2337 A Victorian burr walnut bowed rectangular threetier Canterbury whatnot, pierced end supports, turned finials, carved and reeded columns, drawer to base, ceramic casters, 113cm high, 72cm wide, c.1860 £400 - £600

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2338

2338 A Victorian burr walnut oval breakfast table, moulded quarter-veneered tilting top, four-pillar base reeded and carved with acanthus, turned under-finial, cabriole legs, scroll feet, ceramic casters, 78cm high, 136cm wide, c.1850 £200 - £300

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2339 A Victorian burr walnut rounded rectangular card table, moulded folding quarter-veneered top, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze, turned and fluted baluster end supports, turned stretcher, cabriole legs, scroll feet, brass castors, 76cm high, 99cm wide, c. 1850 £200 - £300

2340 A Victorian burr walnut rounded rectangular card table, quarter-veneered folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, turned and reeded twin-end supports and stretcher with carved Greek key socles, angular cabriole legs, turned under finials, ceramic castors, 73cm high, 91cm wide, c. 1865 £200 - £300

2341 A Victorian gilt metal and porcelain mounted side cabinet, the top with matched veneers above a rectangular door flanked by a pair of projecting Corinthian columns, the bowed angles with glazed doors, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, plinth base, turned feet, 107cm high, 153cm wide, c. 1870 £700 - £1000

2342 A Victorian gilt metal mounted, walnut and marquetry shaped serpentine credenza, oversailing top above a rectangular door centre by an oval reserve, flanked by curve glazed doors, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, plinth base, 107cm high, 146cm wide, c. 1860 £700 - £1000 2340

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2344 A Victorian Gothic Revival oak library bookcase, moulded cornice above a pair of glazed doors with pointed arched bars enclosing adjustable shelves, projecting base with a pair of panelled doors conforming, plinth base, 213cm high, 103cm wide, c. 1870 £200 - £300 2345 A Victorian mahogany chest, probably Scottish, pagoda top above two short and four long graduated drawers, turned handles, plinth base, 133cm high, 126cm wide, c. 1880 £150 - £250 2346 A Victorian mahogany country house collector’s specimen cabinet, moulded top above a glazed door enclosing nine graduated drawers, turned handles, plinth base, 72cm high, 51cm wide, c. 1880 £100 - £150 2347 A Victorian mahogany cylinder pot cupboard, white marble top above a bowed door, skirted base, 71cm high, 37cm diam, c.1860 £80 - £120

2343

2343 A Victorian goncalo aves rounded rectangular card table, folding top with moulded edge enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, fluted baluster column, turned pendant finial, cabriole legs, scroll feet, 75cm high, 93cm wide, c.1850 £250 - £350

2348 A Victorian mahogany fluted cylindrical pot cupboard, the ring turned top with white marble panel, turned socle, octagonal base, 76cm high, 45cm diam, c.1860 £80 - £120 2349 A ‘Victorian’ mahogany gentleman-collector’s specimen cabinet, rectangular moulded top above six glass topped drawers, flush brass handles, plinth base, 75cm high, 73cm wide £200 - £300 2350 A Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular writing table, by Edwards & Roberts, stamped, moulded top with shallow gallery above two short and two long drawers arranged around a kneehole, turned and fluted legs, ceramic castors, 80cm high, 106cm wide, c. 1860 £150 - £200 2351 A Victorian mahogany shaped serpentine sideboard, moulded top above a frieze drawer and a pair of arched rectangular panelled doors, flanked by a pair of further cupboards enclosing sliding trays and a cellaret drawer, plinth base, 102cm high, 241cm wide, £150 - £250

2352 A Victorian oak hall settle, shaped cresting and panel back carved with roundels and leafy scrolls, hinged seat, 137cm high, 131cm wide, c. 1880 £200 - £300

2353 A Victorian ormolu mounted kingwood crossbanded burr walnut bombé bureau de dame, pierced three-quarter gallery, leafy escutcheon and mounts, fall front with moulded edge, enclosing three shaped drawers and two wells, with sliding covers, shaped apron, slender cabriole legs, 88cm high, 78cm wide, c.1860 £2000 - £3000

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2358 A Victorian rosewood open low library bookcase, rectangular top above a pair of adjustable shelves, plinth base, 99cm, 104cm wide, c.1850 £150 - £250 2359 A Victorian rosewood spoon back nursing chair, leafy S-scroll cresting, moulded border terminating on lotus carve dolphins, deep button stuffed over upholstery, bold serpentine front rail, cabriole legs, brass castors, c. 1845 £200 - £300

2360 A Victorian shaped circular papier mache occasional table, the painted mother-of-pearl inlaid and gilt top tilting on baluster column, lobed circular base, scroll feet, 71cm high, 62cm diam, c.1860 £200 - £300

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2354 A Victorian papier mâché tripod music stand, in the manner of Jennens & Bettridge, shaped adjustable rectangular plateau, painted and inlaid with mother of pearl spray of flowers, fluted baluster column, picked out overall in gilt, shaped cabriole legs, 99cm high, 52cm wide, c.1850 £200 - £300

2355 A Victorian rosewood and amboyna music cabinet, moulded top above a pair of rectangular doors carved with flowering leafy swags and pelmets, enclosing shelves, the base with open undertier, shaped apron and tapered square legs, brass castors, 98cm high, 44cm wide, c. 1890 £150 - £200

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2356 A Victorian rosewood and walnut pole screen, the adjustable rectangular banner with a border of leafy scrolls, turned and fluted column, lotus carved socle, incurved triangular base, c.1860 £60 - £100

2361 A Victorian specimen wood tripod centre table, the shaped circular top veneered with a complex starburst of indigenous and exotic woods, turned column, angular cabriole legs, 75cm high, 53cm diam £150 - £200

2357 A Victorian rosewood crossbanded burr walnut and marquetry oval centre table, tilting top inlaid with a spray of summer flowers, outlined with boxwood stringing, the carved edge above a deep frieze, baluster column, cabriole legs, ceramic castors, 74cm high, 149cm wide, c. 1850 £1000 - £1500 For more images please visit

2362 A Victorian style mahogany three-tier serpentine fronted wall mounted whatnot, turned finials and supports, 93cm high, 81.5cm wide £80 - £120

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2363 A Victorian walnut and ebonised occasional table, the shaped oval top on turned and spirally fluted column, cabriole legs, 71cm high, 56cm wide, c.1870 £80 - £120

2364 A Victorian walnut and marquetry side cabinet, the top with three-quarter gallery above a glazed rectangular door enclosing shelves, flanked by canted angles with turned and reeded columns with Corinthian capitals, skirted base, ceramic casters, 99cm high, 60cm wide, c.1880 £250 - £350

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2365

2365 A Victorian walnut and marquetry work table, the hinged top with ovolo moulded edge, enclosing a fitted silk and paper lined interior, panelled, tapered canted rectangular basket, wavy brackets, four scroll legs, knurl feet, brass casters, 75cm high, 51cm wide, c.1860 £100 - £150

2366 A Victorian walnut bonheur du jour, rectangular superstructure with pigeon holes and a niche flanked by a pair of panelled doors, each enclosing four small drawers, the projecting base with a pair of frieze drawers, turned end supports and stretcher, shaped legs, 110cm high, 106cm wide, part c. 1870 £100 - £150

2367 A Victorian walnut oval centre table, of small proportions, moulded tilting top, the four-column base well carved with crisp acanthus, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, 72cm high, 107cm wide, c.1850 £150 - £200

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2368 A Victorian walnut oval Sutherland table, the top with moulded edge, on turned end supports, leaf carved cabriole legs, knurl feet, white ceramic casters, 72cm high, 100cm wide, c.1870 £150 - £200

2372 A William IV rosewood card table, rounded rectangular top, deep frieze, panelled baluster octagonal column supported by four leafy S-scrolls, incurved triangular base, bold hairy paw feet, 76cm high, 91cm wide, c.1835 £200 - £300

2369 A Victorian walnut rectangular three-section Canterbury, turned finials, spindle gallery and divisions, drawer to base, turned legs, ceramic casters, 52cm high, 52cm wide, c.1850 £250 - £350

2373 A William IV rosewood rounded rectangular card table, moulded folding top enclosing a baize lined playing surface above a deep frieze, baluster columns and cabriole legs, carved with scrolling acanthus, ceramic castors, 74cm high, 92cm wide, c. 1835 £200 - £300

2374 A William IV rosewood rounded rectangular library table, oversailing top above a deep frieze with long drawer carved and applied with S scrolls and acanthus, panelled baluster end supports, lion paw feet, 72cm high, 122cm wide, c. 1835 £150 - £200

2370

2370 A William and Mary walnut and marquetry rectangular centre table, the crossbanded quarter-veneered top inlaid with flowers and scrolling leaves, above a long frieze drawer, spirally turned legs, shaped undertier, bun feet, 77cm high, 100cm wide, part c.1690 £700 - £1000

2371 A William IV mahogany butler’s armchair, deepbutton stuffed-over upholstery, padded arms terminating in boldly carved lotus scrolls, turned legs, brass casters, c.1840 £100 - £150 2375

2375 A William IV/early Victorian mahogany three-section Canterbury, each X-shaped division centred by a lotus carved garland, turned supports, draw to base, turned legs, ceramic castors, 50cm high, 49cm wide, c. 1840 £200 - £300

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2381 An 18th century oak mule chest, hinged moulded top above three shaped arched raised and fielded panels, the base with two drawers conforming, stile feet, 85cm high, 136cm wide, c. 1750 £200 - £300

2376

2376 An 18th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry shaped rectangular tea table, the dished top inlaid with a musical trophy, birds and flowering leafy stems, above a deep frieze of a drawer and a pair of slides, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, cabriole legs, pad feet, 73cm high, 72cm wide, c. 1775 £400 - £600

2377 An 18th century Dutch oak linen press, lattice pierced cresting above a pair of rectangular panelled doors flanked by brass capped ebonised Corinthian pilasters, the base with three long drawers, tapered feet, 170cm wide, c. 1800 £250 - £350 2378 An 18th century giltwood and gesso looking glass, shaped and pierced cresting carved with a basket of flowers within a C-scroll cartouche, the border with flowers and leafy branches, arched plate within four mirrored panels, 67cm high, 47cm wide, c.1775 £100 - £150

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2379 An 18th century giltwood and gesso rectangular looking glass, the border moulded with C-scrolls, projecting angles, 49cm high, 44.5cm wide £60 - £100

2382 An 18th century oak rectangular side table, moulded top above a long frieze drawer, brass bat shaped handles, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 71cm high, 90cm wide, c.1720 £200 - £300

2380 An 18th century oak looking glass, the shaped and pierced cresting and border carved with putti, masks, flowers and scrolling leaves, 60cm high, 39cm wide £100 - £150

2383 An 18th century Spanish walnut side table, rectangular top above a pair of block fronted frieze drawers, iron loop handles, brackets and escutcheons, scroll carved legs, 79cm high, 133cm wide £400 - £600 2384 An 18th century style oak wingback armchair, stuffed over upholstery, shaped and fluted legs and stretchers, bun feet, c. 1900 £80 - £120

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2386 An Art Nouveau mahogany and marquetry display cabinet, shaped three-quarter gallery above a pair of stained and leaded glass doors decorated with opalescent flower heads on sinuous scrolling stems, above a shaped niche and a pair of panelled doors, inlaid in coloured woods with further stylized flowers, shaped apron, block feet, 190cm high, 108cm wide, c. 1900 £300 - £500 2387 An Art Nouveau mahogany, rosewood and marquetry side cabinet, in the Glasgow taste, oversailing pediment above a deep frieze with seven pairs of shaped brackets, above a pair of small glazed doors, a niche and a further large door, the leaded lights as stylized heart motifs, open shelves to sides, inlaid in coloured woods with stylized flowers, shaped apron, 199cm high, 112cm wide, c. 1900 £300 - £400

2385

2385 An Art Nouveau mahogany and marquetry corner display cabinet, shaped gallery above a deep frieze and a pair of leaded glazed doors, projecting base with a pair of panelled doors inlaid with stylized organic motifs and sinuous lines, shaped apron, block feet, 204cm high, 84cm wide, c. 1905 £300 - £400

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2388 An early 18th century oak oval gateleg dining table, turned legs, 70cm high, 109cm wide, c. 1720 £150 - £200

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2389 An early 19th century Channel Islands rosewood crossbanded mahogany chest, canted rectangular top above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, gilt brass ring handles with leafy boss back plates, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, shaped apron, canted bracket feet, 93cm high, 95cm wide, Jersey c. 1815 £400 - £600

2390

2390 An early Victorian mahogany rounded rectangular serving table, turned legs, 90cm high, 151cm wide, c. 1840 £300 - £350

2391 An Edwardian mahogany satinwood crossbanded and boxwood and satinwood strung display cabinet, pierced gallery, turned finials, the two astragal glazed doors, reeded brass mount, on square tapering supports, spade feet, 164cm high, 69cm wide, c.1910 £100 - £150

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2392

2392 An Edwardian mahogany serpentine silver table, low gallery, stop fluted frieze centred with stylised foliage, C-scroll brackets, tapered square scaled legs, block feet, 73cm high, 85cm wide, c.1905 £150 - £200

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2393

2393 An Edwardian mahogany square bijouterie cabinet, moulded top above a rectangular door enclosing a glass shelf, outlined throughout with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, spade feet, 85cm high, 40cm wide, c.1905 £150 - £200

2394 An Edwardian satinwood and mahogany rectangular bijouterie table, hinged rectangular top, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, 73cm high, 71cm wide, c. 1905 £200 - £300

2397

2395 An Edwardian satinwood crossbanded mahogany rectangular writing table, hinged top enclosing a baize lined writing surface rising on a ratchet, flanked by six lidded compartments and pen trays, drawer to side, tapered square legs, brass barrel casters, 76cm high, 65cm wide, c.1905 £150 - £200

2397 An Empire style marble top bronze statuary pedestal, ribbon tied reeded edge, above a deep frieze cast with Grecian masks,tall flued legs, acanthus cast paw feet, 101cm high, 29cm diam, 1910 £500 - £700

2398 An Irish Chippendale Revival mahogany silver table, serpentine top with gadrooned edge above a shaped frieze carved with blind fretwork, cabriole legs with acanthus to knees, bold ball and claw feet, 81 cm high, 107cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £400

2396 An Edwards and Roberts plum pudding mahogany and marquetry Signs of the Zodiac drum table, the circular top crossbanded in satinwood and inlaid with the twelve symbols within interlaced pearl and leafy garlands, the shallow frieze with four drawers, inlaid with husk pendants and swags, turning on a tapered octagonal column, turned socle, four outswept legs, brass socket casters, 73cm high, 76cm diam, c.1880 £2500 - £3500 For more images please visit

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2399 An Italian carved softwood stand, centred with three chubby caryatids, C-scroll supports, shallow campana top set with a Japanese Imari charger, 84cm high, 54cm diam £150 - £200

2400 An unusual 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry connoisseur’s table, the rectangular top with twin fold-over leaves supported on lopers, above two open tiers with frieze drawers, inlaid throughout with flowering stems, sabre legs, 88cm high, 51cm wide, c.1850 £250 - £350 2401 An unusual 19th century rosewood tripod centre table, the circular tilting top veneered with fan segments centred by a roundel of intersecting arcs, incurved triform column, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, cabriole legs, brass castors, 73cm high, 82cm diam, c. 1830 £150 - £200 2402 An unusual Aesthetic Movement mahogany folding ‘piano’ desk, hinged top and fall front enclosing hinged writing surfaces, pigeon holes and small drawers, carved with stylized flowers and roundels, the frieze with a pair of drawers above rectangular panelled doors, turned legs, 116cm high, 123cm wide, c. 1880 £400 - £600

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2403

2403 An unusual Chippendale Revival pollard oak shaped circular centre table, the moulded top with well figured radiating timbers, the bold underframe with four pairs of turned supports united by a shaped undertier, carved with shells and scrolling acanthus, ceramic castors, 75cm high, 90cm diam, c. 1910 £150 - £200

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2404 An unusual early 20th century country house wall hanging hat and coat rack, arched cresting above a mask carved with the head of a bull, flanked by two groups of three cattle horn hooks, 102cm wide, c.1910 £100 - £150

2407 A Victorian satinwood crossbanded mahogany break centre secretaire library bookcase, of George III design, moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular doors with Gothic arched glazing bars, flanked by a further pair conforming, enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with moulded edge above a fall front drawer enclosing an inset leather writing surface, a rectangular cupboard door and an arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above three long draduated cockbeaded drawers, flanked by a pair of double-fronted drawers and doors as faux drawers, oval brass handles, outlined throughout with barberpole and boxwood stringing, skirted base, shaped bracket feet, 151cm high, 200cm wide, late 19th century £3000 - £5000

2405 An unusually tall George III design mahogany wingback armchair, stuffed over upholstery, chamfered square legs, 19th century £200 - £300

2406 Beaver Man - an oak stool, in Kilburn style, drop-in seat, waisted octagonal legs, rectangular stretchers, 46cm high, 45cm wide £150 - £200

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2409 A 19th century gilt metal mounted, brass marquetry and ebonised vitrine de salon, white metal top and frieze drawer, above a rectangular bevel glazed door enclosing a bijouterie shelf lined in pale blue watered silk, above three further long drawers, inlaid with scrolling leaves, plinth base, turned feet, 138cm high, 68cm wide, c. 1880 £300 - £400 2410 A George III mahogany serpentine chest of three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, bracket feet, 76cm high, 95cm wide £200 - £300

2411 A George III mahogany chest, moulded top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, stop fluted canted angles, skirted base, shaped bracket feet, 108cm high, 105cm wide, c. 1800 £300 - £400

2408

2408 A 19th century gilt, gesso and painted rectangular over mantel looking-glass, moulded cornice above a row of spheres and deep frieze applied with Britania drawn triumphant in a chariot, the three bevelled panes flanked by Corinthian pilasters, 90cm high, 149cm wide, c. 1810 £150 - £200

2412 A George IV rosewood crossbanded, mahogany Dshaped pedestal tea table, folding top above a deep frieze, spreading cylindrical column, lobed socle, incurved canted base with stiff acanthus to angles, lion paw feet, 77cm high, 97cm wide, c.1825 £300 - £400

2414

2414 A 17th century oak joint stool, rectangular top above a deep frieze, outswept turned and blocked legs, plain stretchers, 52cm high £150 - £200 2409

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2417 A 17th century Spanish leather coffer, hinged domed cover, the top and front tooled with stylized leaves, quatrefoils and ‘wriggle work’, iron carrying handles to sides, the later mahogany stand with ball and claw feet, 90cm high, 112cm wide overall, c. 1750 £400 - £600

2415

2415 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak mule chest, hinged top above three shaped raised and fielded panels, the base with a pair of drawers, brass swan neck handles, ogee bracket, 93cm high, 142cm wide, c. £100 - £150

2418

2418 A French Empire mahogany commode, grey veined marble top above a concave frieze drawer and three further long graduated drawers, plinth base, 95cm high, 130cm wide, c. 1830 £200 - £300

2416 A Scottish Regency mahogany breakcentre serving table, slightly oversailing top with hipped angles above three frieze drawers, outlined with brass stringing, brass lion mask loose ring handles, turned and spirally fluted tapered legs, 95cm high, 184cm wide, c. 1820 £700 - £1000

2419 A William IV mahogany scroll-end day bed, the shaped back carved with acanthus, stuffed over Berlin woolwork upholstery, turned legs carved with lotus, brass castors, 192cm wide, c. 1835 £250 - £350

2420 A Victorian burr walnut circular centre table, moulded top above a deep frieze, fluted baluster column, cabriole legs carved with scrolling acanthus, ceramic castors, 74cm high, 131cm diam, c. 1850 £100 - £150

2421 A George II style mahogany wing back armchair, outswept arms, squab cushion, cabriole legs, turned stretchers, pad feet, c.1900 £200 - £300 2422 A Regency mahogany wall mirror

2423 A Victorian rosewood shaped oval centre table, moulded well figured top above a wavy apron, the substantial base with turned column flanked by four boldly carved scroll brackets, scroll feet, 74cm high, 144cm wide, c.1850 £350 - £450

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2425 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry side cabinet, slightly oversailing top above a rectangular panelled door, flanked by glazed doors to angles enclosing shelves, turned feet, 112cm high, 152cm wide, c.1860 £700 - £900

2424 A George III oak desk of small propor tions, moulded rectangular top, long drawer over recess fitted with blind fretworked secret drawer and three cockbeaded graduated drawers flanked by six drawers, foliate embossed keyhole escutcheons, swing handles, ogee feet. 80.5cm high x 83.5cm wide £1200 - £1800

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2426 A Chinese occasional table, rounded rectangular rouge marble inlaid top, the border chased in geometric lines, fretworked scrolling foliage to the frieze, shaped and pierced under tier, shaped and car ved legs, scrolling feet. 75cm x 50.5cm £80 - £120

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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. 238


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.

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.

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.

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 21% excluding the VAT on the hammer price of each lot purchased, HOWEVER THIS PREMIUM WILL BE REDUCED TO 19.5% IF THE TOTAL INVOICE IF PAYMENT IS MADE WITHIN FIVE WORKING DAYS OF THE FINAL SALE DATE. 239


shall notify his Insurers of, and shall himself note the Auctioneers’ Interest as Bailees in such policy or policies.

The Seller authorises Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited to deduct commission at the published rate and to retain the buyer’s premium of 21% plus VAT. The seller agrees to pay all special adver tising charges and illustration charges insomuch that they are reasonable.

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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