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Wednesday 3rd, Thursday 4th & Friday 5th July 2013 at 10.30am The Derby Auction House, Chequers Road, Derby


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Bamfords THE DERBY AUCTION HOUSE

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

Wednesday 3rd, Thursday 4th and Friday 5th July 2013 at 10.30am Fine English Furniture,Works of Art and Decorations from the Shropshire Home of an Distinguished Surgeon and Discerning Collector, on the Instructions of His Executors; Silver, Ceramics and Boxes & Objects from a Deceased Estate in London; a Fine Private Collection of Chinese Armorial Porcelain; Part of an Important Collection of Pinxton Porcelain; Paintings, Works of Art and Objects from a Substantial Residence in Staffordshire; Porcelain from a Well Known and Respected Private Collection and Over 20 Deceased Estates Across Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Leicestershire and Yorkshire and Other Vendors Over 2,200 Lots of Decorative Ceramics, English Pottery, English Porcelain, Derby and Related Factories, Continental Ceramics, Glass, Asian Arts and Oriental Porcelain, Ivory, Plated Ware, Silver, Watches, Jewellery, Watercolours, Oils, Prints and Maps, Books, Coins, Collector’s Items, Medals, Weapons, Decorative Metalware, Boxes & Objects, Metal Work,Taxidermy,Textiles, Walking Sticks, Bijouterie, Miniatures,Tribal Art, Bronzes, Musical Instruments, Scientific Instruments, Barometers, Clocks, Garden Appointments and Furniture On View Sunday 30th June Monday 1st July Tuesday 2nd July Morning of sales

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

View our sale: www.bamfords-auctions.co.uk (over 2,500 images on our site) and www.the-saleroom.com/bamfords Front cover illustration: detail of lots 485-504 Back cover illustration: 1641 Catalogues £10 (£12 by post)

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers

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Order of Sale

Textiles

1754 – 1778

Day One – 10.30am Wednesday 3rd July 2013 Decorative Ceramics 1 – 34 Clarice Cliff 35 – 38 Moorcroft 40 – 55 Pottery 56 – 114 Commemorative 115 – 149 Porcelain 150 – 184 Chelsea 185 – 195 Pinxton 200 – 225 Worcester 230 – 279 Derby 280 – 319 Royal Crown Derby and Associated Factories 320 – 377 Glass 380 – 420 Continental 425 – 480

Blue John

1780 – 1790

Walking Sticks

1794 – 1807

Day One – 2.00pm Wednesday 3rd July 2013 ASIAN ARTS Oriental Ceramics 485 – 610 Oriental Bronzes and Arts 620 – 670 Ivory and Jade 671 – 730

Clocks

Day Two – 10.30am Thursday 4th July 2013 Plated Ware 740 – 770 Flatware 780 – 810 Silver 815 – 980 Watches 985 – 999 Jewellery 1000 – 1074

Payments 1. Bamfords charge 20% plus VAT Buyer’s Premium on the hammer of each lot (e.g. Hammer Price £100 + Buyer’s Premium £17.50 + VAT on the Premium £3.06 Total Invoice £120.56) 2. Payments made before the 15th July 2012 will be discounted to 17.5% plus VAT Buyers Premium on the hammer of each lot. There is a minimum Buyer’s Premium of £10 per lot on this sale. 3. Any lot purchased through the services of ATG Media’s thesaleroom.com will be subject to a further charge of 3% of the hammer price (plus VAT where chargeable) 4. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers accept Cash, Bank Transfers, Bankers Drafts, Debit Cards and Business Cheques (Cheques must clear prior to the removal of goods) • Cheques are not accepted without prior approval • 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

Scent Bottles

1808 – 1831

Bijouterie

1832 – 1844

Snuff Boxes

1845 – 1853

Miniatures

1854 – 1859

Tribal Art and Antiquities

1860 – 1895

Day Three 3.30pm Friday 5th July 2013 Bronzes and Sculptures

1900 - 1920

Musical Instruments

1925 - 1933

Scientific Instruments and

1934 - 1949

Barometers

1940 - 1949

Furniture

1950 - 2003 2004 to end of sale

Information to Buyers

Day Two – 1.45pm Thursday 4th July 2013 Watercolour 1075 – 1210 Oils 1215 – 1325 Prints 1329 – 1340 Maps 1345 – 1353 Books and Manuscripts 1355 – 1395 Day Two – 4.30pm Thursday 4th July 2013 Collectors 1400 – 1440 Coins 1450 – 1465 Militaria and Medals 1466 – 1482 Weapons 1483 – 1502 Day Three 10.30am Friday 5th July 2013 Tools 1505 – 1530 Boxes and Objects 1533 – 1649 Brass and Metal Work 1650 – 1689 Taxidermy 1700 – 1750

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

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Day One Wednesday 3rd July at 10.30am

Ceramics & Glass

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Decorative Ceramics 2 David Lloyd Jones (1928-1994) - a two-handled pot and cover, with bands of irregular circles in grey on a mottled brown ground, 25cm high, seal mark £80 - £120

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3 David Lloyd Jones (1928-1994) - a circular charger, with bands of irregular circles in grey on a mottled brown ground, 35.5cm diam, seal mark £80 - £120

1 A Mosanic Pottery Max Emanuel & Co ovoid vase, decorated with a sunrise through woodland, above a narrow girdle and a band of insects and flowers, coloured in tones of mottled green and blue and picked out with raised and burnished gilding, 26cm high, shape no. 468, printed crossed rifles mark £200 - £300

4 David Leach (1911-2005) - a small ovoid vase, incised with lines on a mottled mushroom glaze, 7cm high, seal mark £70 - £100 5 Bernard Leach (1887-1979) - a set of six Leach Pottery stoneware ramekin dishes, single handle, the interior glazes in tenmoku on a celadon ground, the exterior unglazed, 12cm wide, seal mark £70 - £100 6 A Troika coffin vase, decorated by Anne Lewis, with a stylised stick figure on a textured ground, coloured in tones of blue and brown, 16.5cm high, painted mark, c.1969 - 72 £80 - £120 7 A Shelley Patches and Shades pattern Regent shape tea service, for six, comprising cups, saucers, side plates, milk jug, sugar basin and bread and butter plate, coloured in tones of blue, black and silver lustre, the large plate 25cm over handles, no.W12207/B 26, printed marks £200 - £300 8 A set of three large rectangular Art Pottery tiles, decorated with flat fish, tiger fish and stingray, on a mottled blue ground, 104cm x 26cm; others, smaller, with lobster and stingray, 76cm . x 26cm (6) £300 - £400

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9 A set of four Minton Rustic tiles, designed by William Wise (1847 - 1889), transfer printed in underglaze blue, 15.5cm square, moulded marks; another pair, similar, printed with Aesthetic beauties (6) £200 - £250

11 A pair of S Fielding & Co Soleilian ovoid vases, painted by M** Lucas, signed, with a continuous rustic landscape, with work horses resting, coloured in red, green, blue and black, 40.5cm high, printed mark £100 - £150

10 A Rosenthal shaped ovoid vase, painted by Jean Cocteau, with a stylised face in black, 22cm high, printed mark, 1952 £120 - £180

12 A pair of Copeland rectangular plaques, painted by William Yale, signed, with stone bridge and woodland walk in autumn, 30cm x 15cm £200 - £300

13 Three Minton limited edition The Arthurian Legend figures, designed by John Ablitt, Arthur The Once and Future King, Guinevere The Tree of Life and Merlin The Great Enchanter, printed mark, limited edition 37/250, 95/250, 67/250 £600 - £1,000

14 A Minton Osbourne pattern circular charger, intones of blue, 41cm diam, titled, impressed mark £70 - £100

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22 A Doulton Lambeth candlestick, designed by Florence C Roberts, incised and in relief with stiff leaves and flowerheads, the square base with griffin’s to angles, coloured in tones of blue and olive, 21cm high, impressed marks, 1875; another, with three mermaids to column, spreading circular base, 17cm high, impressed mark, 1879 (2) £60 - £100 23 A Doulton Burslem oval plaque, painted by Kelsall, signed, in tones of blue with a young girl in a snowy landscape, gilt border, 36cm x 27.5cm, unmarked £150 - £200 24 A Doulton Lambeth brown and buff saltglazed stoneware ovoid jug, sprigged with windmills, jolly topers, trees, huntsman and hounds, scroll handle, 17cm high, impressed marks; others, similar; condiments (7) £100 - £150

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30 A Bourne Denby stoneware novelty dish, modelled by Alice Titchener, with three ducks at the edge of a pond, mottled green and yellow pastel glaze, 15cm diam, printed marks and monogram £60 - £100

15 A large Ruskin Pottery Kingfisher lustre jar and cover, in an iridescent blue glaze, 21cm high, impressed Ruskin 1920 £1,000 - £1,200

31 A set of four Bretby Pottery jovial monks, seated around a refectory table, the monks 20cm high, mid 20th century £100 - £150

16 A French Vieillard & Co, Bordeaux biscuit barrel, plated mounts, decorated overall with stylised foliate blue panels and further foliage and flowers over grey ground, 18.5cm high, impressed marks, late 19th/ early 20th century £50 - £70

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17 A Beswick Gamecock, designed by Arthur Gredington, 24cm high, impressed mark, model no.2059 £80 - £120 18 A Beswick fireside model of a fox, seated, model no. 2348, 32cm high, printed and impressed marks £200 - £250 20 A large Royal Doulton flambe veined ovoid vase, glazed in mottled tones of oily blue and red, 45cm high, shape no. 1622, printed mark £100 - £150

35 35 A Clarice Cliff Rhodanthe pattern beehive preserve pot and cover, decorated with large marigold type flowers on sinuous stems, coloured in tones of orange, yellow and brown, domed cover, bee finial, 10cm high, unmarked; another, Crocus pattern, brightly decorated with orange, blue and purple flowers, 9.5cm high, printed mark (2) £200 - £300

21 A pair of Royal Doulton shaped circular cabinet plates, painted by J Birbeck Snr., signed, with Lapwing and Capercaillie, gilded borders with raised leafy scrolls and pendants, 24.5cm diam, printed lion, crown and circle marks £100 - £150

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36 A Clarice Cliff Nasturtium pattern beehive preserve pot and cover, decorated with bright orange flowers and foliage on sponged brown ground, 9.5cm high, printed mark £200 - £300

46 A Macintyre Moorcroft compressed globular match striker, painted with ribbon-tied flowering swags on a green ground, 6cm diam, c.1900 £150 - £200

37 A Clarice Cliff Fantasque beehive preserve jar and cover, banded in orange, green, blue and purple, domed cover, bee finial, 9.5cm high, printed mark; another, in a dripped glaze, 9.5cm high, printed mark (2) £200 - £300 38 A Clarice Cliff Toby jug, seated, drinking from a mug of foaming ale, wearing a tricorn hat, red jacket and grey breeches, 22cm high, printed mark, shape no.862 £60 - £100

Moorcroft 45 A Moorcroft Flame of the Forest pattern ovoid vase, tubelined and coloured in autumnal tones of orange, yellow, green and brown, 24cm high, impressed and painted marks, dated 1997, boxed £150 - £200

47 47 A Macintyre Moorcroft slender vase, tube lined with ribbon-tied flowering swags and stylised buds, painted in tones of blue, green and red on a white ground, gilt rim and base, 17.5cm high, numbered M2627/150, printed mark and script signature, c.1900 £300 - £500

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50 A Moorcroft Leaf and Berries bottle vase, tubelined with leaves and berries, coloured in red, green and blue on a flambe vase, 9.5cm high, impressed mark, signed in blue £60 - £100 51 A Moorcroft Pansy pattern baluster vase, tubelined with large flowerheads, coloured in tones of red, blue and green, on a cobalt blue ground, 12.5cm high, impressed mark, signed with initials £60 - £100 52 A Moorcroft Pansy pattern E.P.N.S. mounted bowl, tubelined with large flowerheads, coloured in tones of red, blue and green, on a cobalt blue ground, 21cm diam, impressed mark, signed with initials £100 - £150

48 48 A Macintyre Moorcroft onion necked ovoid vase, tubelined and painted with forget-me-nots in tones of blue, green and red, 16.5cm high, printed mark, script signature, c.1900 £500 - £700

53 53 A Moorcroft Peter The Pig, by Roger Mitchell, tube lined with the Temptation pattern, with flowerheads and apples, his foot resting on an apple, 15.5cm high, impressed mark £200 - £300 54 A Moorcroft Hibiscus pattern bottle vase, tube lined with large flambe flowerheads on a cobalt blue ground, 25.5cm high, impressed marks, signed with initials £200 - £300

Pottery 58 A 19th century stoneware novelty promotional model, of a cooking range, by The Albion Lamp Co., Birmingham, 25.5cm wide £70 - £100 59 A creamware oval boat shaped basket, probably by Peter Warburton of Cobridge, loop handles, the side pierced with a band of tracery above flutes, gadrooned foot, 20.5cm wide, impressed PW, c.1800; a creamware basket, of Rococo silver shape, pierced with tracery and moulded with swags, scrolls and shells, 25cm wide, c.1775; a baluster caster; a sauce boat stand; a cruet frame; etc (9) £80 - £120

49 49 A Moorcroft Anemone pattern waisted cylindrical vase, tubelined and coloured in tones of pink and purple on a mottled blue and green ground, 11cm high, impressed mark and script signature £150 - £180

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61 A 17th/18th century brown salt glazed stoneware Bellarmine flagon, moulded with a bearded mask, loop handle, 41cm high £300 - £400 62 A pair of Rogers Monopteros pattern canted rectangular meat plates, transfer printed in blue, 48cm diam, impressed marks, c.1820 £200 - £300 63 A 19th century Derbyshire brown salt glazed stoneware spouted bowl, loop handle, 14cm diam, c.1860; others, smaller, 11.5cm and 9cm (3) £50 - £80 60

64 A 19th century English pottery nursery plate, transfer printed in brown and picked out in colours with a steam locomotive emerging from a tunnel, the border moulded with flowerheads, 18cm diam, mid-19th century £40 - £60

60 A 17th century London pottery circular dish, pale straw glaze, the verso unglazed, 12cm diam, c.1640 £100 - £150

65 A 19th century Toby Jug, seated holding a jug of ale, wearing a mustard overcoat, sponged handle and canted rectangular base, 25.5cm high, c.1815; another, the base inscribed John and Margaret Robertson, No.257 Crown Inn, High Street, Year 1877; another, Pearlware (3) £150 - £200 66 A Brameld Cadogan pedestal teapot, moulded with buds and leaves in a brown treacle glaze, 25cm wide over handles, c.1840 £50 - £70 67 A C H Branum Barum pottery cat, seated wearing a green ribbon tied collar, mottled in green and blue, inscribed mark, dated 1910 £60 - £100 69 A Copeland & Garrett Late Spode New Faience blue and white shaped rectangular meat plate, transfer printed flowers, 57cm wide, impressed and circular printed marks, c.1840 £100 - £150 70 A Minton majolica Mermen and Laurel jardinière, the vase with everted rim and laurel swags supported by two mermen, coloured in cobalt blue, green, brown and flesh tones, turquoise interior, 32cm high, impressed marks, shape no.1368, date code for 1870 £1,500 - £1,750

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71 A George Jones majolica fish tureen and cover, the slender oval tureen with brown basketweave sides and pinkglazed interior, the cover moulded with a large grey sturgeon on a bed of ferns and leaves, 49cm long, indistinctly impressed, c.1870 £1,000 - £1,500

73 A pair of Longchamp majolica circular plaques, moulded with blossoming and fruiting apple and pear branches, 33cm diam, impressed marks, c.1880 £300 - £400 75 A Pearlware cylindrical tea caddy, painted in the Chinese taste with pagoda, fence and trees, trellis border, 10cm high, c.1780; a cream jug, similar, entwined reeded scroll handle, 13cm high, c.1770 (2) £60 - £100 76 A Pearlware figure, of Neptune, he stands, crowned and scantily clad in a flowing shawl, a triton in his hand, a dolphin beneath his feet, square base, 23cm high, c.1820; another, Venus, 22cm high; another, similar (3) £60 - £100 77 A Prattware jug, modelled as the bearded Bacchus, sponged in tones of blue, brown and yellow, scroll capped handle, 12cm high, c.1800 £60 - £100 78 A Prattware pot lid, I See You My Boy, transfer printed in polychrome, 10.5cm diam, c.1860; others, Volunteers; Old Jack; etc.(6) £80 - £120

72 72 A mid 18th century Bristol Delft flower brick, painted with timber framed building and stylised foliage, pierced with twenty round holes and central square hole, edged in dashes, 14cm wide, c.1740 £300 - £500

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79 A Prattware pot lid, The Wolf and the Lamb, transfer printed in polychrome, 9.5cm diam, c.1860; others, I Consent, She Replied if you Promise That no Jealous Rival Shall Laugh me to Scorn; etc (5) £100 - £150

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80 A 18th century Prattware plaque, in relief with Francesco Petrarca, picked out in yellow, orange and grey, bordered in orange and black, 15cm diam, c.1790 Francesco Petrarch (July 20, 1304 - July 19, 1374), (Petrarca in Italian) was an Italian scholar and poet and one of the earliest humanists Petrarch is often called the Father of Humanism £200 - £300

87 An English Creamware cylindrical mug, printed in monochrome with scene from Twelfth Night, 11.75cm high, c.1790 £80 - £120 88 An English Creamware wet drug jar, moulded with a bearded mask to spout, spreading circular base, 17cm high, late 18th/early 19th century £50 - £80

81 A Staffordshire Jolly Toper salt, he stand with a mug of foaming beer, wearing cobalt blue jackets and brown breeches, 14cm high, c.1870; a Policeman pepperette, 16cm high; others (4) £60 - £100 82 A Staffordshire Pearlware figure, of Andromache, she stands beside a covered urn, grieving over the ashes of Hector, rectangular base, 23.5cm high, c.1810; another, Jason sacrificing a goat at the Altar of Diana, square base, 20cm high; others, hurdy gurdy player; Hope (5) £100 - £150 83 A stoneware Bellarmine jug, sprigged with a bearded mask and four-pointed stars, reeded scroll handle, moulded circular foot, 15cm high, 18th/19th century £60 - £100 84 A Wemyss Ware mug, painted with strawberries and leaves, pink line border, 14cm high, impressed mark £60 - £100 85 A William Adams Lion pattern shaped rounded rectangular meat plate, transfer printed in blue, the border with flowers and diapers, 56.5cm wide, impressed mark, numbered 20, c.1820 £300 - £500

89 89 An English Liverpool Delft polychrome plate, painted in cobalt blue, manganese, iron red and yellow enamel colours with a oriental figure in a Chinese landscape, banded border with crosses and roundels, 34cm diam, c.1740 £200 - £300

86 A William Smith & Co Stockton-on-Tees pottery nursery plate, transfer printed in blue with children picking fruit and a steam locomotive, inscribed in German with a comment on industrial progress, the border moulded with flowers picked out in bright colours, 17cm diam, impressed W. S. & Co’s ‘Wedgewood’ (sic), c.1840 £50 - £70

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90 An English pearlware cylindrical mug, transfer printed in monochrome with a railway locomotive and carriages, the engine named Fury, within two pale blue reeded bands, scroll handle, 12.5cm high, c.1840 £100 - £150

98 A Staffordshire Beemaster pattern oval meat plate, printed in blue with the central genre scene after George Robertson within border of flowers and animal vignettes, 50cm wide, unmarked, c.1820-30. See Coysh & Henrywood 1, page 38, for this pattern on a dessert plate and a drainer and for the original watercolour painting £200 - £400

91 An English pottery cylindrical mug, transfer printed in brown and picked out in colours with a locomotive drawing carriages, the engine named Jaco, scroll handle, 10cm high, mid19th century; another, similar, named Deakin (2) £100 - £150

99 A Staffordshire greyhound, seated to the left, black coat markings, gilt lined oval base, encrusted with moss, 12cm high, c.1880 £60 - £80

92 An English pottery Railway pattern cylindrical mug, transfer printed in brown and picked out in colours with an Express locomotive drawing carriages, scroll handle, 10.5cm high, printed mark, mid-19th century; others; a jug, conforming (4) £120 - £150

100 A Doulton Lambeth majolica fluted ovoid jardiniere and baluster pedestal, griffin feet, the pedestal moulded with acanthus scrolls, coloured in tones of green, yellow, brown , white and blue, circular base, 93cm high overall, impressed mark, c.1885 £300 - £400

93 An English pottery waisted cylindrical mug, transfer printed in blue with a locomotive drawing carriages, the engine named Jaco, pendant border, scroll capped handle, 11.5cm high, mid-19th century £100 - £150

Commemorative

94 Delft Tiles - thirty various square tiles, decorated in under glaze blue with buildings and foliage, 12.5cm square, late 19th century £50 - £80

115 A 17th century Dutch Delft commemorative circular plate, the Earthquake of 1692, inscribed in blue Den 18 Septembe wasser een aertbeving overal, within a tramline border, 22cm diam, dated 1692 £1,200 - £1,500

95 F R Pratt - a circular pot lid, Landing the Fare, Pegwell Bay, 10cm diam; others, War; Peace; Hide and Seek; Royal Harbour, Ramsgate; A Letter From The Diggings; The Snow Drift; The Room In Which Shakespeare; etc (9) £60 - £100

116 A 17th century Dutch Delft Royal Commemorative fluted circular dish, painted in tones of blue and yellow with a portrait of Queen Mary (KM), half length, within a border of stylised tulips and daisies, 34cm diam, c.1680 £1,000 - £1,500

96 A set of five English pottery circular nursery plates, printed in blue with children playing with a pony, 11cm diam, c.1900; a shaped oval dish, similar, 17.5cm wide (6) £60 - £100

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117 117 A black basalt military commemorative circular butter tub, The Prussians at the Battle of Waterloo, sprigged with a titled bust length portrait of Gebhard von Blucher, to verso with an allegorical device of clasped hands, cornucopia and caduceus, inscribed La Belle Alliance, the cover with knop final and stiff leaves, broad dished base, beaded borders, 14.5cm diam, early 19th century £150 - £200

119 A Bourne Potteries brown and buff salt glazed stoneware reform gin flask, modelled as Lord John Russell, he stands, holding a scroll inscribed The True Spirit of Reform, 18.5cm high, impressed marks, c.1830 £250 - £350

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118 A Bourne Denby brown and buff saltglazed stoneware novelty gin flask, modelled as Queen Alexandrina Victoria, she stands, a banner in her hand inscribed May Peace and Prosperity Prevail, 20cm high, impressed mark Bourne Potteries, Denby & Codnor Park, Derbyshire, c.1837 £400 - £500

120 A brown salt glazed stoneware Royal Commemorative novelty figural gin flask, as the young Queen Victoria, moulded title to base, 36cm high, impressed Savage & Austins, Wine & Spirit Merchants to Her Majesty, Castle Square, Brighton, 19th century £200 - £300

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122 A Doulton & Watts brown and buff saltglazed stoneware reform gin flask, modelled as Lord Brougham, he stands, holding a scroll, inscribed The True Spirit of Reform, Brougham Reform Cordial, 18cm high, impressed marks, c.1830 £250 - £350 123 A Jackfield type Jacobite commemorative baluster jug, The Coronation of Bonnie Prince Charlie as King of Scotland, Paris 1766, decorated in gilt with a portrait in armour and inscribed May the Tenants (sic) be Reddy When the Stuart Comes, Down with the Rumps, reeded wide Sscroll handle, 21cm high, c.1766 £1,500 - £2,500 124 A Jackfield type Jacobite commemorative compressed globular teapot and cover, The Coronation of Bonnie Prince Charlie as King of Scotland, Paris 1766, decorated in gilt with a portrait of Bonnie Prince Charlie and thistles, bird finial, scroll handle, lion paw feet, 20cm long, c.1766 £1,200 - £1,800 125 A Kevin Francis Spitting Image character jug, Margaret Thatcher, 14cm high, limited edition 326/650, printed marks; others, John Major, 230/650; Neil Kinnock, 185/650; a Collect It! novelty character jug, modelled by Ray Noble, as John Prescott, with fists clenched and an egg on his jacket, 277/500, printed mark (4) £200 - £300

121 121 A Denby stoneware military commemorative spreading cylindrical mug, by Horace Elliott, Baden-Powell and the Relief of Mafeking, applied with VR and BP ciphers and inscribed Telegram from Mafeking April 20th “We can stick it for two months or more, All well, Nobody minds” Mafeking Relieved! May 17th 1900, God Save the Queen/The Heroic Defender of Mafeking, “Sit tight and shoot straight”, Telegram from Colonel Baden-Powell, October 21st 1899 “All Well, Four hours bombardment, One Dog Killed”, Here he is on the handle, glazed in tones of grey and blue, 18.5cm high, impressed marks, c.1900 £300 - £400

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126 (verso) 127 A pottery commemorative nursery plate, The Sheffield Flood, March 12th 1864, transfer printed with a named view of Daniel Chapman’s House at Little Matlock, the border moulded with flowerheads in three graduated bands, 18cm diam, c.1864; others, Trickett’s Farm House in Which Eleven Persons were Drowned and The Above Represents Malin Bridge Where 100 People were Swept Away (3) £400 - £500 128 A Pratt-type oval commemorative portrait plaque, in relief with Francis Burdett, bust length, coloured in tones of blue and brown, beaded border, 13cm long, early 19th century Sir Francis Burdett (1770 - 1844) was briefly imprisoned in the Tower of London in 1810 on a charge of libelling the House of Commons with a speech attacking alleged abuses. A colourful character, he had been a leading supporter of James Paull, reform candidate for the City of Westminster at the 1806 General Election, but a misunderstanding later saw them fight a duel. £50 - £80

126 (detail) 126 A large Liverpool creamware American Patriotic commemorative bowed ovoid jug, transfer printed in monochrome with a portrait bust of George Washington, surrounded by figures allegorical of Liberty, Justice and Peace, within an oval reserve, the ribbon border with the names of the States, to verso with a sailing ship, named beneath the spout Daniel Pitton, black line border, scroll handle, 23cm high, late 19th century £1,000 - £1,500

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129 An 18th century Dutch Delft naval commemorative circular plate,The Battle of Dogger Bank, painted with a man of war and inscribed in blue, naive herringbone border, 23.5cm diam, c.1781 £1,000 - £1,500

132 An English creamware American political commemorative plate, probably Wedgwood, of silver shape, printed in monochrome with an oval por trait of President Madison, black line to rim, 25.5cm diam, c.1812 £600 - £900

130 130 An 18th century London Delft naval commemorative circular plate, Admiral Keppel, painted in blue with a bust length portrait within borders of stylised leafy stems, inscribed in manganese Admiral Keppel For Ever, ochre line to rim, 22.5cm diam, c.1780 Garry Atkins Collection Label

133 133 An English creamware commemorative ovoid harvest jug, The Act of Union 1800, transfer printed in monochrome with allegorial figures, titled Great Britain and Ireland United MDCCC, within an oval reserve, to verso with Peace and Plenty, beneath the spout with putti harvesting corn, inscribed Mary Beynon, 9, angular divided scroll handle, green line border, 19cm high, early 19th century £400 - £600

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131 An English blue glazed pottery Royal Commemorative ovoid jug, moulded in relief with equestrian portraits of the Duke of York and Count de Bourg, within borders of stiff leaves, scroll handle, 17.5cm high, c.1793 £200 - £300

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136 An English pottery political commemorative gin flask, Labour Reform, modelled as Richard Oastler, he stands, holding a bill entitled White Slavery, wearing a long red coat, yellow waistcoat and blue stock, titled in gilt, 20cm high, c.1832 £500 - £700 137 Royalty - a green watered silk purse, presented to the Duchess of York (later Queen Mary) upon the laying of the foundation stone of the Port of London Sailors’ Institute 9th October 1893, and returned to the donor as a momento of the occasion, embroidered with crowned MY cypher above an anchor, with Missions to Seamen impress to verso, 8cm wide, with contemporary note of provenance £40 - £60 138 An early 20th century circular plate, To Commemorate the Coronation of George V and Mary June 22nd 1911, printed in blue, the rim printed with Ox Roasted Market Place, Sir Samuel A. Sadler Mayor, Middlesboro-onTees, 23.5cm diam £40 - £60

134 134 An English pearlware military commemorative circular pedestal bowl, inscribed Succefs (sic) to all the Combined Armies, within a band of trellis and stylised Union flags, moulded foot, 26cm diam, c.1796 £600 - £800 135 An English pottery commemorative jug, The Opening of the Clifton Suspension Bridge, transfer printed in monochrome, scroll capped handle, 23cm high, c. 1864; another, Queen Victoria’s Royal Visit to Place House Fowley, Sept. 6th 1846, printed to verso with Osbourne, Isle of Wight, 16cm high (2) £250 - £350

140 140 A Parian portrait bust, for the Art Union of London, Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, modelled by Morton Edwards after C Delpech, turned socle, 35cm high, impressed marks, published 1864 £200 - £300 136

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143 143 A Parian portrait figure, of the Duke of Wellington, seated, rectangular base, Alfred Crowquill, designavit, G.Abbott, Sculpsit, 29cm high, published by Samuel Alcock & Co., June 18 1852 £250 - £350

141 141 A Parian portrait bust, of American politician Charles Sumner, waisted socle, 24cm high, c. 1874 £100 - £150

144 144 A Minton Parian figure, of Dorothea, after John Bell, seated, her arm across her breast, 36cm high, date code for 1843 £150 - £200 142

145 A Copeland Parian figure, Musidora, modelled by W. Theed, for the Crystal Palace Ceramic and Art Union, 45cm high, impressed marks, c.1867 £150 - £200

142 A Parian portrait bust, of William Ewart Gladstone, square base, 14cm high, c.1887 £50 - £70

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Porcelain 150 An English Porcelain tea service, comprising teapot and cover, sucrier and cover, milk jug, slop bowl, twelve London shape cups and saucers, each with stylised bouquet of colourful summer flowers, blue line rims, c.1820 £70 - £100

159 A Spode circular plate, the field with basket of colourful summer flowers the rim with crest, butterfly and two gilt shaped oval cartouches, painted in monochrome with birds perched on branches, 22.5cm diam, painted mark, c.1830 £120 - £180

151 An English Porcelain leaf shaped pickle dish, painted in underglaze blue with stylised leaves and foliage, the underside in relief with vines, 10.5cm diam, c.1770 £50 - £70

160 A Spode cache pot and stand, decorated in monochrome with landscape and figures, gilt ring handles, 17cm high, c.1820; another, Imari, pattern 868, 11.5cm high, c.1820 (2) £100 - £150

152 An English Porcelain cylindrical spill vase, possibly Coalport, painted with a continuous landscape, gilt beak and ring handles, everted rim, square plinth, 13.5cm high, c.1820 £100 - £150

161 A set of three Spode Bute shaped teacups and saucers, decorated in the Imari palette, c.1810 £80 - £120 162 A Rockingham tea service, pattern 977, the exteriors moulded in relief with pine cone, rustic handles, comprising teapot, sucrier, slop bowl, nine coffee cups, four saucers, eight teacups, six saucers, each with gilt sprigs banded in azure, puce mark, c.1835 £300 - £500

153 An English Porcelain coffee can, painted by John Mcloughlin, signed, Milldale, Derbyshire, within a beaded gilt cartouche, on a yellow ground, applied with with gilt acanthus scrolls, 7cm high, monogrammed and titled £60 - £100 154 An English Porcelain Botanical plate, painted with pink flowers and foliage, gilt dentil borders, 24cm diam; a Brownfield plate, painted with bird perched on blossoming branches, the rim with five cartouches each with specimen, on a blue fret ground, 24cm diam, c.1870; a Hammersley shaped circular plate, painted by H S Ward, signed, with roses on a mossy bank, the raised gilding with acanthus leaves and flowerheads, 25.5cm diam, printed gold mark (3) £100 - £150

163 A Rockingham tea cup and saucer, decorated in gilt with leaves and tendrils on a grey ground, puce mark, c.1835; a porcelain tea cup and saucer, probably Swansea, c.1815 (faults); a Barr, Flight and Barr Worcester tea cup, decorated in red, pink and gilt with a band of leaves and flowers, ring handle, 8cm diam, impressed mark, c.1810 (3) £50 - £70 164 A Rockingham miniature basket, the field in powder blue, the rim picked out in gilt with scrolling foliage, gadrooned rim, shell and acanthus leaf angles, rustic handle, 9cm diam, mark in red, c.1840; a similar treacle glazed tapering cylindrical mug, entwined leafy handle, puce mark, c.1830 £150 - £200

155 A Wedgwood pearlware plate, printed and painted with a flowering botanical specimen, brown line rims, 20cm diam, impressed mark, pattern no.493, 1st half 19th century; a creamware lobed ovoid butter pot, painted in monochrome with landscape, 14.5cm wide, c.1830; etc (3) £100 - £150

165 A pair of Coalbrookdale type slender ovoid ewers, each painted with a traveller on a rural path, to verso sheep and ruins, typically encrusted with colourful summer flowers, moulded with scrolls and bands of acanthus picked out in gilt, rustic scroll handles, 25cm high, c.1835 £60 - £100

156 A Staffordshire white saltglazed stoneware jug, brightly painted with peonies and foliage, 7.5cm high, c.1760 £70 - £90 157 A Spode part tea service, comprising six teacups and saucers, four coffee cups and slop bowl, each decorated in gilt with gilt cornucopia and corn ears, picked out in red, c.1830 £120 - £180

166 A pair of Chamberlains Worcester shaped circular plates, painted in the Sèvres manner, in blue with floral sprays and tendrils, feathered gilt and blue border, 23.5cm diam, scripted and interlaced L’s, Zornsky labels; a pair of Davenport plates, printed and painted with song birds, ribbons and tendrils, turquoise borders, 22.5cm diam, printed and impressed marks, c.1870; etc (5) £100 - £150

158 A Spode composed bat printed tea service, comprising boat shaped teapot and cover, two-handled sucrier and cover, milk jug, slop bowl, twelve Bute shaped teacups, ten saucers, printed in monochrome with landscapes or figures, c.1810; other similar tea ware with mother, daughter and cupids, silver borders, c.1810; a boat shaped milk jug and slop bowl, printed in monochrome and gilt with jardinière of fruit, within oval gilt cartouche, pattern no.91 (qty) £200 - £300

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167 A Newhall pattern tea service, comprising teapot, cover and stand, sucrier and cover, milk jug, slop bowl, three teacups, three coffee cans, seven saucers, each decorated with a broad cobalt blue band, applied with gilt scrolling foliage, teapot 15cm high, c.1800, pattern 1060 £60 - £100

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168 A Newhall oval ogee teapot, decorated in gilt and puce with pattern 302, knop finial, scroll handle, 24cm long, red painted mark, c.1800; a Spode Feldspar porcelain lamp shaped teapot, gilded with wreaths, tendrils and ears of wheat on a peach ground, angular scroll handle, 25cm long, pattern no. 3932, printed mark in puce, c.1820; a Derby teapot, c.1815; another (4) £60 - £100

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169 A Mintons pate-sur-pate shaped circular reticulated cabinet plate, decorated by Marc Louis Solon, signed, with Venus and Cupid in a central roundel on a salmon ground, within a field of gilt batons, the border moulded and pierced with a band of interlaced ovals with flowerheads at the intersections, 24cm diam, printed mark in gilt, late 19th century £1,000 - £1,500

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175 A Copeland Parian figure of Sappho, modelled by W. Theed as a scantily clad Grecian beauty posed with a turtleback lyre, circular base, 83cm high, impressed sculptor and mark, 1873 £300 - £400 176 A Coalport tea service, comprising teapot and cover, sucrier and cover, milk jug, slop bowl, twelve teacups, eleven saucers, two bowls, each painted with colourful summer flowers and gilt foliage, moulded borders, c.1840 £150 - £200 177 A Newhall Boy with a Butterfly pattern commode shaped teapot, cover and stand, teapot 16cm high, pattern no. 421; two similar tea bowls and saucers; other Newhall, teacup and saucer, pattern 471; etc (5) £60 - £100

170 170 A Mintons pate-sur-pate circular cabinet plate, decorated by Albion Birks, signed, with Venus in a chariot and enthroned, attended by putti, within three shaped panels on a turquoise ground, gilded by J G Clay in raised paste with flowering urns and leafy scrolls, 22.5cm diam, impressed mark, inscribed to verso £400 - £600

178 178 A Bristol sugar bowl, painted with scattered sprigs under an undulating foliate border, bordered in black, gilt rim, 11.5cm diam, marked X and 7 in gilt; a similar saucer, 15.5cm diam, c.1775 £300 - £400

171 A Mintons circular plate, the filed painted with coral, gilt beaded border, pierced rim, 24cm diam, printed and impressed mark, retailers mark for Gilman Collamore & Co; a Mintons plate, the field with crest and monogram, the rim banded in pink and tooled gilt, 26cm diam, printed and impressed mark, retailers for Phillips, London (2) £100 - £150

179 A Bow coffee cup, decorated with stylised chrysanthemums and foliage, c.1760; another, similar, Chinese (2) £100 - £120

172 A Mintons circular plate, the field painted with sailing boats within tooled gilt cartouche, turquoise border, applied in white with acanthus leaves and tendrils, tooled border, 24cm diam, impressed marks, date code for 1877 £100 - £150 173 A English Porcelain two-handled pedestal vase, painted with colourful summer flowers, within tooled gilt cartouche, on an apple green ground, marbled plinth, 35cm high, the base signed Anne Hatherwith, Eastington, Oct 16th 1832 £200 - £300 174 A Copeland two-handled pedestal jardinière, painted by Charles F. Hurten, signed, with continuous band of summer flowers, gilt scroll handles, 20cm high, printed mark See Vega Wilkinson, Spode-Copeland-Spode (2002) p.120, colour plate pl.87 for similar vase £80 - £120

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180 180 A Bow leaf-shaped tray, stalk handle, in relief, boldly decorated in tones of blue with leaves, grapes and insects, famille-de-choux rim, 17cm wide, c.1765 £200 - £300

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188 A Chelsea shaped circular plate, silver shape, painted with colourful summer flowers, the rim in relief with scrolls and painted with fanciful birds and foliage, 22cm diam, gold anchor, 1756-1769 £220 - £280

181 A Bow figure of a zither player, modelled seated playing a zither which rests upon her raised right knee, musical scores to the left of her feet, wearing a pale yellow bodice with blue ribbons, her skirt painted with flowers 16.7cm high, c. 1758-60 Reference: Peter Bradshaw, 18th Century English Porcelain Figures (1992) colour pl XI and pl.148. A later example set before bocage on high scrollwork is illustrated by Gabszewicz and Freeman (1982), fig 233. £400 - £600 182 A Chaffers Liverpool bowl, painted in polychrome with peony, foliate sprays, foliage and butterfly, 11cm diam, c.1760 £70 - £90

189 189 A Chelsea shaped circular plate, silver shape, painted with fanciful birds and foliage, iron-red leafy scrolls, the rim in relief with feathers in gilt and turquoise, 21cm diam, gold anchor, 1756-1769 £250 - £300 190 A Chelsea shaped oval plate, painted with roses and other summer flowers, iron-red line border, 28cm wide, red anchor, 1752 - 1756 £120 - £180

183 183 A rare Liverpool baluster sparrow beak ale jug, painted in underglaze blue with bell flowers, chrysanthemums and summer blooms, the inner rim with a band of trellis, scrolls and leaves, reeded scroll handle, stepped circular foot, 20.5cm high, workman’s mark to base, c.1770 £600 - £1,000

Chelsea 185 A Chelsea Blanc de Chine knife and fork, the hafts in relief with prunus blossom, knife 18cm long, c.1760 £80 - £120 186 A Chelsea panelled baluster vase, painted with fanciful birds and foliage, scroll handles to shoulders, gilt dentil rim, 21cm high, gold anchor, 1756-1769 £120 - £180

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187 A Chelsea shaped circular plate, painted with scattered fruit, nuts, insect and butterfly, within a scroll moulded border, 21cm diam, red anchor mark, c.1755-7 Collectors Label Property of the Late Viscount Melvin £200 - £300 For more images please visit

191 A Chelsea shaped oval plate, painted with summer flowers, iron-red line border, 21.5cm wide, red anchor, 1752 - 1756 £200 - £300

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192 A Chelsea two-handled ecuelle and cover, painted with Meissen style flowers, in polychrome, iron red border, rustic handles, flower finial, 17cm diam, red anchor, 1752 1756 £300 - £400

200 Brookhill Hall Service - a Pinxton coffee can, teacup and saucer, pattern 221, painted with landscape within oval leafy cartouches gilt line borders, the can inscribed Paddington, c.1800

193 A Chelsea two-handled pierced oval basket, the field painted in polychrome enamels with ripe peaches, grapes, plums and insects, applied with florets and encrusted to each end with flowers, 29cm wide, red anchor mark, c.1758 £400 - £500

The Dennis Collection Label Reference: C. Barry Sheppard Pinxton Porcelain 1795 - 1813, p.108, 109 N D Gent - The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 1813, p.63 £600 - £1,000

194 A Rockingham cylindrical vase, painted in the Meissen manner with sailing boat and castle ruin, within gilt scroll cartouche, the everted neck applied with flowerheads, gilt beak and ring handles, 10.5cm high, c.1930 £150 - £200

201 A Pinxton two-handled slender oval tureen stand, pattern 312, enamelled in green monochrome and gilt with a central sprig and wide conforming border of scrolling foliage interspersed with gilt stars, 22.5cm wide, c.1800 £70 - £100

195 A pair of Chelsea figures, of a shepherd and shepherdess, each seated before bocage, he playing the bagpipes, she a lute, a faithful dog at their side, 25cm high, gold anchor marks £400 - £300

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202 A Pinxton teacup and saucer, pattern 335, boldly decorated in gilt with pendant oak leaves, beneath a key-fret border, c.1800 £150 - £200 203 A Pinxton tea bowl and saucer, pattern 46, Chantilly sprig, gilt line border, c.1800 £100 - £150 204 A Pinxton sugar bowl, pattern 2, decorated in monochrome with sprig, 16cm diam, c.1800 £70 - £100 205 A Pinxton straight fluted coffee can, painted with ribbon tied swags and ribbons, blue, red and gilt, c.1800 Reference: N D Gent - The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, Fig 32, p.80 £100 - £150 206 A Pinxton spirally fluted tea bowl and saucer, pattern 1, with Chantilly sprigs, iron red line border, c.1800 £100 - £150 211 211 A Pinxton oval creamer, pattern no.13, high loop handle, painted with chantilly sprigs, blue line rims, 11.5cm high, c.1800 £180 - £220

207 207 A Pinxton shaped circular dessert plate, plain field, the border with alternating panels of rose swags, butterflies and sepia landscapes, 19cm diam, c.1800 Reference: N D Gent - The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, Fig 122, p.102 £150 - £200

212 212 A Pinxton Named View fluted plate, Matlock High Torr, in sepia on a yellow ground, blue line and scrolling foliage in iron red, yellow and gilt border, 20.5cm diam, script in puce, c.1800

208 A Pinxton saucer, painted Rowlands, with landscape and cottage, gilt line border, 13.5cm diam, c.1800£60 - £100

The Dennis Collection Label Reference: N D Gent - The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 1813, Fig 66, p.83 £200 - £300

209 A Pinxton oval teapot, pattern 2, decorated in monochrome with sprig, 26cm wide, c.1800 £70 - £100 210 A Pinxton oval milk jug, pattern 2, decorated in monochrome with sprig, 10cm, c.1800 £70 - £100

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213 A Pinxton Luton Hoo Porter mug, well painted by William Billingsley with polychrome landscape, At Luton, Bedfordshire, within gilt rectangular cartouche, the ground with gilt sprigs, the interior with band of interlaced roundels, strap handle, 12cm high, red script, c.1800

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218 A Pinxton Chantilly Sprig teacup and saucer, painted in blue, green, gilt line borders, c.1800 £100 - £150 219 A Pinxton Chantilly Sprig teacup and saucer, painted in blue, green, gilt line borders, c.1800 £150 - £200 220 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern 2, decorated in monochrome with sprig, 16cm diam, c.1800; a similar saucer; two side plates (faults) £70 - £100 221 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern 2, decorated in monochrome with sprig, 16cm diam, c.1800 £70 - £100 222 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern 2, decorated in monochrome with sprig, 16cm diam, c.1800 £70 - £100

214 214 A Pinxton crinkly top teapot and silver plated cover, decorated with band of undulating flora, in red, green and gilt, scroll handle, 15cm high, c.1800

223 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern 2, decorated in monochrome with sprig, 16cm diam, c.1800 £70 - £100

Reference: N D Gent - The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 - 1813, P.81 £100 - £150

224 A Pinxton Bute teacup and saucer, pattern 1, the border elaborately in gilt with laurel leaves and seaweed, gilt line rims, c.1800 £100 - £150

Worcester 230 A Worcester tea bowl and saucer, printed in monochrome after Robert Hancock with the L’Amour pattern, to verso with garden statuary, black line rim, the saucer 12.5cm diam, c.1760; a Worcester tea bowl, printed with the Milkmaids pattern, 7.5cm diam, c.1760 (3) £100 - £150 231 A Worcester Strap Flute Floral pattern sauce boat, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised flowers and foliage, cell border, scrolls handle, 16cm wide, crescent mark, c.1770; a similar Fence pattern bowl, 12cm diam, crescent mark, c.1770 (2) £100 - £180

215 215 A Pinxton cream jug, pattern 342, of swollen oval shape, prow lip, enamelled in the Imari pattern, the rims and handle gilt, 10cm high, 367 , c1805

232 A Worcester Rose pattern lobed sauce boat, in underglaze blue with rose and scrolls, the interior with cell border, scroll handle, 17.5cm wide, crescent mark, c.1770 £180 - £220

The Dennis Collection Label Reference: N D Gent - The Patterns and Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory 1796 1813, p.72 £200 - £300

233 A Worcester Rock Strata Island pattern circular bowl, painted in underglaze blue, hatched border, 15.5cm diam, script W mark, c.1770; another, painted pagodas, fence and trees, hatched border, 22.5cm diam, c.1770 (faults) (2) £60 - £100

216 A Pinxton coffee can, pattern no.7, with Greek key in sepia, gilt line borders, marked 7 £100 - £150 217 A Pinxton coffee can, pattern 342, decorated in the Imari palette, with stylised flowers and foliage, 342 in red, c.1800 £200 - £300

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236 234 A Worcester reeded coffee cup and trembleuse saucer, painted in inky blue with a lambrequin border, saucer 12cm diam, workman`s mark in underglaze blue, c1760; a Worcester fluted coffee cup, brightly painted with fanciful birds, gilt and blue border, c.1770; another (3) £180 - £220 235 A Worcester oval basket, the sides pierced and applied with flowerheads, decorated in gilt by Giles, with central urn, oval banded cartouche with anthemions and harebells, rope twist handles, 27cm diam, c.1770 £200 - £300 236 A Worcester Mansfield pattern oval butter tub, cover and stand, decorated with flowers and foliage, the rustic handles applied with flowerheads, 19.5cm wide, c.1770 £300 - £350 237 A Worcester leaf shape plate, in the manner of James Rogers, painted with cabbage roses and scattered flowers, 35cm wide, c.1770; a Worcester Jabberwocky saucer dish, 18cm diam, c.1770; a Barr Flight and Barr circular dish, painted with a scene of Warwick, within gilt and bloom bands, 20cm diam, c.1810 (3) £60 - £90

240 240 A Worcester globular teapot and cover, decorated in the Lowestoft manner, with flowers and foliage, in pink, purple and green, domed cover, flower and leaf finial, 15.5cm high, c.1770 £150 - £200

238 A Worcester large coffee cup and saucer, decorated in the Kakiemon palette flowers within a gilt cartouche, scale blue ground, seal mark, c.1770 £100 - £150

241 A Worcester fluted teacup and saucer, decorated with floral garlands blue and gilt border, the saucer with floral sprig to centre surround by turquoise and gilt cartouche, gilt dentil rim, crescent mark, c.1770 £60 - £100

239 A Worcester herringbone coffee cup and saucer, painted in underglaze blue with stylised scrolling foliage, crescent mark, c.1770 £120 - £150

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243 242 A Worcester fluted ovoid tea canister, the shoulders in turquoise with gilt tendrils, domed cover, flower finial, 15.5cm high, c.1770 £120 - £180 243 A Worcester Fisherman and Billboard Island pattern pleat moulded sauce boat, in relief with leafy cartouche, painted in underglaze blue with fisherman, rock and foliage, the interior with flower and scrolls, 17cm wide, workman’s mark, c.1770 £280 - £350 244 A Worcester Dragons-in-Compartments fluted tea bowl and saucer, decorated in polychrome, c.1770 £200 - £300 245 A Worcester Cormorant pattern tea bowl, in underglaze blue, the interior with cell border, c.1770; a Worcester Temple fluted jug, scroll handle, 12cm high, c.1780; a fluted Caughley coffee cup, c.1790; etc (4) £100 - £150

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246 246 A Worcester cabbage leaf moulded mask jug, printed in underglaze blue with the Three Flowers pattern, C-scroll handle, 17.5cm high, hatched crescent mark, c.1770 £100 - £150

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247 A Worcester cabbage leaf moulded mask jug, printed in underglaze blue with the Cabbage Rose Spray pattern, Cscroll handle, 20cm high, hatched crescent mark, c.1770 £150 - £200

250 A Worcester bowl, the exterior in cobalt blue with shaped panels each with stylised flowerhead, 15cm diam, W mark, c.1770; another, Liverpool, 19cm diam, c.1770; another, Lowestoft, 21cm diam, c.1770 (3) £180 - £220 251 A pair of Flight Barr and Barr shaped square dishes, the rims with band of cornflowers, in red, green and blue, gilt line rims, 20.5cm wide, c.1795; a similar Chamberlain dish, the sides with alternating gilt panels on an iron red ground, 20.5cm wide, c.1810 £60 - £80 252 A Flight Barr and Barr Worcester Named View shaped oval basket, painted with oval of Beauchief Abbey, Derbyshire, the ground in gilt with weed, leafy reeded loop handle with mask roundel, gadrooned rim, 27cm diam, titled, script and impressed mark, 1813 - 1819 £80 - £120 253 A Barr, Flight & Barr Worcester spirally fluted tea bowl and saucer, decorated in gilt with a band of leafy stems and dots on a blue ground, the saucer 14cm diam, incised B mark, c.1810; a set of three Worcester spirally fluted tea bowls and saucers, similar, crescent marks, c.1800; another tea bowl and a slop bowl, similar (10) £50 - £70 254 A Barr Worcester spirally fluted tea bowl and saucer, painted with butterflies and foliate sprigs, gilt line borders, incised B, c.1792 £50 - £80

248 248 A Worcester cabbage leaf moulded mask jug, decorated in underglaze blue with the Three Flowers pattern, C-scroll handle, 17.5cm high, hatched crescent mark, c.1770 £100 - £150

255 A Barr Worcester Music pattern teacup and saucer, in underglaze blue, c.1792; a Chamberlain wrythen coffee cup, decorated in the Imari palette, c.1820; etc (3) £60 - £100 256 A 19th century Chamberlains Worcester basket, painted with roses, tulips and foliage, everted pierced rim, outlined in blue, 24.5cm diam, c.1820 £120 - £180

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249 A Worcester cabbage leaf globular mask jug, in relief with stiff leaves, decorated in underglaze blue with sliced fruit and scrolling foliage, cell border, 23cm high, c.1770 £200 - £300

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257 A Chamberlains Worcester miniature Imari teapot and cover, decorated in the Imari palette, 6cm high, c.1840 £120 - £180

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258 A Chamberlain’s Worcester cabbage leaf moulded mask jug, decorated in gilt with the initial ‘A’ within a cornflower cartouche, with further scattered cornflowers and gilt leaves, 17.5cm high, c.1798-1800 £150 - £250 260 A Royal Worcester model of a dove, an amphora ribbon tied to its back, painted with butterfly within jewelled cartouche, 15cm high, impressed mark, lozenge registration mark, c.1868 £60 - £100

263 263 A Royal Worcester ovoid pot pourri vase, inner cover and cover, painted by M Hunt, signed, with roses and foliage, above a relief moulded basketwork base, domed pierced case, spire finial, 27cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1915 £600 - £1,000

261 261 A rare Royal Worcester pedestal jardinière, painted by Edmund J Raby, signed, the bulbous jardinière painted with thistles and spring flowers, the base in relief with alternating stiff leaves and rectangular strapwork pendants, the everted rim with flowerheads and roundels, on a blush ivory ground, the stand fluted, conforming, 124.5cm high, monogramed for Edmund J, Raby, shape number 1925, c.1897 Reference: Henry Sandon Royal Worcester Porcelain Plate 91 £4,000 - £6,000

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262 A Royal Worcester circular box and cover, painted by W Bee, signed, with ripe peaches, blackberries and blossom on a mossy bank fruit, gilt border, powder blue base, 7.5cm diam, shape no. 2781, printed crown and circle mark in puce £80 - £120

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264 A pair of Royal Worcester slender baluster vases, painted by White, signed, with roses and foliage, on a burnished gilt ground, 30cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1908 £500 - £700

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266, 265 & 267 265 A Royal Worcester teacup and saucer, painted by James Skerrett, signed, the saucer by T Nutt, with peaches, blackberries and cherries, on a mossy ground, gilt gadrooned border, printed crown and circle mark in black £150 - £200

268 A Royal Worcester bottle vase, of globular form with long flared neck, two brown loop handles to shoulders, decorated with gilt flowerheads and turquoise and blue leaves on a flower crackled ground, pierced rim, 40cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for c.1879 £60 - £100

266 A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted by Leaman, signed, with ripe apples and blueberries on a mossy bank, domed gilt cover, spire finial, printed crown and circle mark, 2701/2 £200 - £300

269 A Royal Worcester shaped oval dish, painted by Albert Schuck, signed, with ripe plums and cherries, the border gilded with scrolling leaves, shells and flowering stems, on a cobalt blue and mauve ground, 27.5cm wide, printed crown and circle mark in puce £150 - £250

267 A Royal Worcester two-handled pedestal ovoid vase, painted by J Reed, signed, with ripe apples and blueberries on a mossy bank, domed gilt cover, spire finial, printed crown and circle mark, 2701/2 £200 - £300

270 A Royal Worcester cabinet cup and saucer, painted by Townsend, signed with ripe fruit on a mossy bank, gilt exterior, crown and circle mark in puce, date code for 1926 £200 - £300 271 A Royal Worcester baluster vase, painted by E Barker, signed, with sheep on moorland, pierced everted neck, lobed base in relief in blush ivory, 13.5cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1919, shape no.G1051 £300 - £500 272 A Royal Worcester jug, painted probably by John Stinton, the verso with thistles and spring flowers, in relief with tendrils, leafy angular handles, 18cm high, printed crown and circle mark, date code for 1901 £180 - £220

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Derby 280 A Derby figure, The Italian Farmer, he in a plumed black hat, turquoise coat and floral trousers, holding a cockerel, before a stump with flowers on scrolling mound, 23cm high, c1765 £200 - £300

281 281 A Chelsea Derby navette shaped dish, painted with floral spray within cobalt blue and gilt shaped rectangular cartouche, the sides with floral swags, 31cm wide, c.1770 £180 - £220

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282 A Chelsea Derby navette shaped dish, painted with flowers and sprigs, turquoise husk swags, banded in violet, gilt dentil rim, 22.5cm wide, c.1790; a Derby shaped oval plate, painted in gilt with initials, EW, turquoise border with husks, 29cm wide, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce, c.1790 £120 - £180 283 A Derby circular bowl pierced border, the base with foliate roundel, bordered with stylised leaves, 18cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £50 - £70 284 A Derby circular plate, pattern 29, well painted with colourful summer flowers, the border with sprigs, gilt line rim, 22cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1810; another (2) £50 - £70 285 A Derby figure, of a Putti, standing wearing a floral chaplet, holding a basket, before bocage, scroll base, 12.5cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100 286 A Derby figure, Scotsman, wearing a jacket, plaid kilt and stockings, standing with his right hand to his chest, circular gilt lined base, 28cm high, incised no.378 £100 - £150 272

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287 A Derby fluted teapot and cover, pattern 116, decorated with a band of anthemions, picked out in gilt, 16cm high. c.1810; a similar side plate and slop bowl, crown, crossed batons and D mark in puce, c.1790 (3) £60 - £100 288 A Derby inverted baluster vase and cover, painted with alternating panels of oriental figures in colours, divided by gilt cartouches with bridge and foliage in puce, the ground with gilt scrolls, lofty domed cover, bud finial, 16cm high, c.1780 £60 - £100 289 A Derby Named View circular plate, In Germany, within gilt Regency acanthus scrolls, 22cm diam, titled, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1815 £60 - £100 290 A Derby named view shaped circular plate, painted with In Lovers Walks, Matlock, Derbyshire, within a circular reserve, the fluted border decorated in green and gilt with a repetitive band of alternating curled leaves and stems, 23.5cm diam, pattern no.364, blue crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1775 £60 - £100 291 A Derby Named View teacup and saucer, On the River Derwent and View in Westmoreland, within gilt Regency scrolls, titled, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1800 £60 - £100

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292 A Derby ornithological circular plate, painted by Richard Dodson, with duck and other birds, perched, swimming and in flight, within canted square cartouche on a light blue ground, 22cm diam, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1815 £100 - £150 293 A Derby oval plate, the field brightly painted with bouquet of colourful summer flowers, the border with four floral sprigs, gilt line rim, 31cm wide, crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1820 Klaber and Klaber label £60 - £100 294 A Derby ‘Pale Family’ figural candlestick, of Harlequin, he stands with arms out stretched holding a mask, on a flower-encrusted base, foliate-moulded nozzle, pierced drip-pan, the column encrusted with flowerheads, scroll base, 25 cm high, c.1758 Peter Bradshaw, Derby Porcelain Figures 1750-1848 (London, 1990), p. 66, no. D6 £300 - £500 295 A Derby Pale Family figure, Shepherd, he stands holding a posy and lamb, coloured in pink, yellow, puce, turquoise and yellow, the base applied with flowerheads and foliage, 18.5cm high, c.1760 £200 - £300

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296 A Derby Pale Family figure,The Dancing Shepherdess, she stands holding a posy, lifting her skirt, coloured in orange, yellow, puce, turquoise and yellow, the base applied with flowerheads and foliage, 18.5cm high, c.1760 Bradshaw Derby Porcelain Figures 1750 - 1848, p.68 £200 - £300 297 A Derby Patch Mark figure, Boy with a Dog, before bocage, seated wearing a pink jacket and yellow breeches, pierced scroll base, 16cm high, c.1770 £60 - £100 298 A Derby Patch Mark figure, of Aesculapius, he stands, beside a staff, a scroll held in his hand, a pensive expression on his bearded face, scantily clad in yellow shawl and robe painted with puce flowers heightened in gilt, square base, 17.5cm high, incised N99, c.1775-80 £100 - £150

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299 299 A Derby shaped circular Sir Joshua Reynolds pattern plate, enamelled with long tailed bird with blue plumage and yellow breast perched on a turquoise hollow rock and with flowering plants, divided by reserves of foliage and feathery leaves, on a cobalt blue ground, 21.5cm diam, seal mark, c1775-80 £200 - £300 300 A Derby tea and coffee service, comprising teapot and cover, milk jug, sucrier, twelve coffee cups, twelve teacups and twelve saucers, each painted with bands of roses, iron red flowers and gilt leafy scrolls, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1815 £100 - £150

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301 A pair of Derby shaped oval Sir Joshua Reynolds pattern dishes, enamelled with long tailed bird with blue plumage and yellow breast perched on a turquoise hollow rock and with flowering plants, divided by reserves of foliage and feathery leaves, on a cobalt blue ground, 21.5cm wide, seal mark, c1775-80; two Imari shaped oval dishes, decorated in the Imari palette, 27.5cm wide, seal marks, c.1790; another, smaller, 24cm wide (5) £200 - £300

306 306 The Trotter Service - a Derby shaped circular plate, well painted by Moses Webster, with a spray of colourful summer flowers, the border with further botanical specimens divided by panels of green, moulded with scrolling leaves picked out in gilt, 22cm diam, red crown, crossed batons and D mark, c.1820-25 £150 - £200 302 302 A pair of Derby figures, Harlequin and Columbine, he enamelled in brightly coloured motley and holding a slapstick, she with conforming bodice and flowered skirt, sprigged rocky shaped circular scroll bases, 13.5cm high, c.1770 £300 - £500 303 A pair of Derby figures, The Musicians, the gallant standing wearing a soft hat with feathers, chequered tunic and breeches, playing bagpipes, a dog at his side, his companion, with flowing head scarf, bodice and skirt playing a lute, a lamb at her side, before bocage 14.5cm high, c.1770 £100 - £150 304 A pair of Derby figures, The Ranelagh Dancers, the gallant stands in upturned hat, doublet and cloak, she in mirrored pose with feathered hat, gown and cloak, with medallion and sash across her shoulder, scroll bases picked out in turquoise and gilt, 27cm high, c.1770 £200 - £300

307 307 An early Derby baluster ale jug, painted with exotic birds, brown line rim, 21.5 cm high, c.1760-65 £400 - £600

305 A Worcester basket, painted with colourful summer flowers, pierced sides, the exterior applied with flowerheads, 16.5cm diam, c.1770 £120 - £180

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308 A pair of Derby patch mark figural candle sconce holders, modelled as a shepherd and shepherdess, each seated beneath a bower, he with a bird and faitful hound, she with a cage and a lamb at her side, scroll bases, 24cm and 28cm high, c.1770 £250 - £350

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Royal Crown Derby and Associated Factories

310 A Bloor Derby Named View two-handled pedestal campana shaped vase, possibly painted by R. Ablott, with a View in North Wales, within canted gilt cartouches on a cobalt blue ground, applied with gilt anthemion and acanthus leaves, gilt snake handles, 21cm high, titled and circle mark, c.1820 £100 - £200

320 A Royal Crown Derby figure, of Lawrence Olivier as Richard III, decorated by M E Townsend, he stands, in battledress, holding a sword and shield, printed mark, boxed £60 - £100

311 A Bloor Derby two-handled tureen cover and stand, decorated with colourful summer flowers in a shaped cartouches on cobalt blue ground, large bud final, gadrooned rims, 21cm high, crown and D mark, c.1815 £120 - £180

322 A pair of Royal Crown Derby Chelsea Birds, standing on a branch with wings partly stretched, domed pierced and scrolled quatrefoil base, encrusted with flowers, 15.5cm high, printed mark £100 - £150

315 A Sampson Hancock Derby figure, Allegorical of The Elements, Fire, he stands holding a blazing torch, in colourful dress, 19.5cm high, S.H., crown, crossed batons and D mark in red; another, Royal Crown Derby, Earth, holding grapes, cabbage and a spade, Greek key pattern canted square base, 20cm high, printed marks (2) £100 - £150

323 A pair of Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plates, painted by Albert Gregory, signed, with colourful summer flowers, gilt tendril cartouche, on a rose pompadour ground, picked out in gilt, gadrooned rim, printed mark, date code for 1930 £150 - £200

316 A set of eight Sampson Hancock Derby shaped circular plates, the fields painted with colourful summer flowers, within gilt cartouche, conforming band, the rims with gilt scrolling foliage, gadrooned rims, 22cm diam, S, H, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, 1915 £800 - £1,000

324 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern tea set for six, comprising milk jug, sugar basin, cups, saucers and side plates, the sugar basin 13cm diam, printed marks, date code for 1929 £180 - £220 325 A Royal Crown Derby 2641 pattern Melton cabaret set, comprising a boat shaped teapot, milk jug, sucrier, four cups and saucers and a two handled tray, decorated in the Imari palette and picked out in gilt, the tray 48.5cm over handles, printed marks (8) £200 - £300 326 A Royal Crown Derby Chelsea Bird, standing on a branch with wings partly stretched, domed pierced and scrolled base, encrusted with flowers, 15.5cm high, printed mark £70 - £100 327 A Royal Crown Derby Chelsea Bird, standing on a branch with wings partly stretched, domed pierced and scrolled base, encrusted with flowers, 15.5cm high, printed mark £70 - £100

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328 A Royal Crown Derby circular plate, painted by Cuthbert Gresley, signed, with leaping salmon, within tooled gilt border, 23cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1910 £60 - £100

317 A Sampson Hancock Roman lamp, encrusted with colourful summer flowers, tall scroll handle, 11.5cm high, S H, crown, crossed batons and D mark in red, c.1935 See: Blackwood and Head, Old Crown Derby China Works, The King Street Factory, p.335 £60 - £100

329 A Royal Crown Derby cylindrical mug, painted by WEJ Dean, signed, with sailing yachts on high seas, 12.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1940, commissioned for The America’s Cup, retailer’s mark for Beverley Hills, California £80 - £120

318 A Sampson Hancock Derby oval two strand twohandled basket, encrusted with blossom, branch feet, 18cm wide, S, H, crown, crossed batons and D mark in blue, c.1915 £100 - £150

330 A Royal Crown Derby figure, modelled by Edward Drew, Harvest Time, 11cm high, printed mark; others, Shepherd; Shepherdess; Fruit Seller; Flower Seller; printed marks (5) £60 - £100

319 A Sampson Hancock Derby oval four strand twohandled basket, encrusted with blossom, branch feet, 23cm wide, S, H, crown, crossed batons and D mark in blue, c.1915 £100 - £150

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331 A Royal Crown Derby figure, modelled by Edward Drew, Peace, 12.5cm high, printed mark; others, Joy, 11cm high; Romeo and Juliet, printed mark (4) £60 - £100

335 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular named view cabinet plate, painted by William Edwin James Dean, with Bakewell, within a broad turquoise border, gilt rim moulded with scrolls, 26cm diam, printed mark £40 - £60

332 A Royal Crown Derby Mansion House dwarf, richly attired in 17th century cavalier costume, wearing a floral waistcoat, in a pointed hat with play bill of the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, 17cm high, printed mark £150 - £250

336 A Royal Crown Derby shaped circular plate, painted with colourful summer flowers within an apple green border, applied in gilt with tooled and jewelled C-scroll swags, gilt gadrooned rim, 22cm diam, printed mark, date code for 1910 £60 - £100

333 A Royal Crown Derby Peacock, standing on a flower encrusted urn, tail down, picked out in gilt , shaped circular base, in relief with scrolls and foliage, 24cm high, printed mark £150 - £250

337 A Royal Crown Derby two-handled pedestal vase and cover, painted with fanciful birds perched on branches and in flight, within an emerald and gilt lined leafy scroll cartouche, on a cobalt blue ground, applied in gilt with leafy swags, acanthus scroll handles, quatrefoil base, in turquoise, blue and gilt, domed cover, 22cm high, printed mark, date code for 1896 £100 - £150 338 A set of four Royal Crown Derby figures, Allegorical of the Seasons, Spring, she stands, bare footed with two floral rings, long flowing skirt, Summer, he stands bare footed with scythe and wheat sheaf, Autumn, she stands bare footed, holding a bunch of grapes aloft and others in her skirt, a grape chaplet in her hair and Winter, he stands arms folded skating, wearing a broad brimmed hat and fur line coat, dead game tied to a sash, each on pierced scroll and anthemion moulded shaped circular bases, 24cm high, printed mark £200 - £300 339 A set of four Royal Crown Derby figures, Allegorical of the Seasons, Spring, she stands, bare footed with two floral rings, long flowing skirt, Summer, he stands bare footed with scythe and wheat sheaf, Autumn, she stands bare footed, holding a bunch of grapes aloft and others in her skirt, a grape chaplet in her hair and Winter, he stands arms folded skating, wearing a broad brimmed hat and fur line coat, dead game tied to a sash, each on pierced scroll and anthemion moulded shaped circular bases, 24cm high, printed mark, boxed £150 - £250 340 A set of three Lynton porcelain cabinet cups and saucers, painted by Stefan Nowacki, signed, with Chatsworth House, Wingerworth Hall and Brookhill Hall, each within gilt and white roundel borders, on a yellow ground, printed marks, especially produced for the Pinxton Porcelain Society, No.4 £300 - £500 341 An English porcelain plaque, painted by Stefan Nowacki, signed, with a fishing boat at the shoreline, 12cm x 15cm, framed £200 - £250

334 334 A Royal Crown Derby pedestal ovoid vase, painted by Desire Leroy, signed, with colourful flowers and a scroll, within gilt oval cartouche surround by gilt, turquoise and white lobes, on a cobalt blue ground, acanthus capped angular handles to shoulders, the neck and base with gilt foliage and dots on an emerald ground, 19cm high, printed mark, c.1905, F356/1363 £300 - £500

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342 An English Porcelain Porter mug, painted by Stefan Nowacki, signed, with Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, within white seed pearl and gilt border, the yellow ground with flowerhead, seed pearl and gilt foliage and anthemions, angular handle, 12cm high, monogrammed and titled £250 - £350

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340, 344 & 342 343 A Lynton porcelain named view demi-lune bough pot and cover, painted by Stefan Nowacki, signed, with Longton Hall, gilded with fruiting laurel branches on a salmon ground, 18cm wide, printed mark, gilt monogram £300 - £400

353 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy teapot and cover, printed mark, date code for 1906 £40 - £60 354 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy helmet shaped coal scuttle, printed mark, date code for 1913 £30 - £50

344 A Lynton porcelain two-handled named view campana vase and cover, painted by Stefan Nowacki, signed, with Longton Hall, Pinxton, Notts, gilded with leaves and swags on a yellow ground, square base, 20cm high, printed mark and gilt monogram £300 - £400

355 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy cauldron, printed mark, date code for 1911 £30 - £50 356 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy coal scuttle, printed mark, date code for 1918 £30 - £50

348 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy tea service, comprising coffee pot and cover, teapot and cover, milk jug, sucrier and cover, milk jug, two teacups and saucers, side plate, quatrefoil tray, printed mark, various date codes £200 - £300

357 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern miniature/toy wash jug, printed mark, date code for 1918; a 2451 tyg, 30cm high, printed mark, date code for 1927; a similar ovoid mug, printed mark, date code 1904 (3) £60 - £100

349 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy milk churn and cover, printed mark, date code for 1920 £60 - £100

358 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern miniature coal scuttle, 5.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1907; a miniature mug, painted with roses, 3.5cm high, printed mark, date code for 1910; a Wedgwood miniature two-handled loving cup, 3cm high, printed mark; etc £100 - £150

350 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy kettle, printed mark, date code for 1920 £40 - £60

359 A Royal Crown Derby dragon, to commemorate the Investiture of H.R.H.The Prince of Wales at Caernarvon, 1st July 1969, 13.5cm high, printed mark, limited edition 231/250 £60 - £100

351 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern miniature/toy wash jug and bowl, printed mark, date code for 1939 £50 - £70 352 A Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern miniature/toy quatrefoil basket, printed mark, date code for 1919 £30 - £50

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360 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Rowsley Rabbit, made exclusively for John Sinclair, printed mark, gold stopper, boxed, certificate 339/500 £150 - £180

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Glass

366 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 6299 pattern ovoid vases, everted scroll necks, 12.5cm high, printed marks, date codes for 1911 £60 - £100

380 A 19th century clear glass ale glass, bucket shaped bowl, engraved with P, knopped stem, spreading circular folded foot, 15.5cm high; another, smaller (2) £60 - £100

367 A pair of Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Castleton candlesticks, shaped sconces, spreading cylindrical columns, canted square bases, dolphins to angles, 27cm high, printed marks £280 - £320

381 A 19th century green glass bottle, of large proportions, punt to base with pontil scar, 45cm high £40 - £60

368 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Castleton candlestick, shaped sconces, spreading cylindrical columns, canted square bases, dolphins to angles, 27cm high, printed mark £220 - £280

382 A 19th century Irish glass ovoid pedestal ewer, the lobed body slice and notch-cut, scroll handle, circular star-cut base, 33cm high, c.1830 £70 - £100 383 A 19th century mallet shaped millefiori inkwell, typically decorated with concentric bands of colourful canes, 10.5cm diam, c.1880 (the stopper associated) £150 - £200

369 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Castleton candlestick, shaped sconces, spreading cylindrical columns, canted square bases, dolphins to angles, 27cm high, printed mark £220 - £280

384 A Baccarat glass low circular dish, broad rim, 30cm diam, etched mark £40 - £60

370 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Castleton candlestick, shaped sconces, spreading cylindrical columns, canted square bases, dolphins to angles, 27cm high, printed mark £220 - £280 371 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern wavy edge pedestal comport, gadrooned rim, 31cm diam, printed mark £280 - £320 372 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern Imari tea set for eight, comprising teacups, saucers, four side plates, milk jug, sugar bowl, sandwich plate, early 20th century, printed marks £80 - £120 373 A Royal Crown Derby 2451 pattern Imari tea service, for eight, comprising teacups, saucers. side plates, milk jug, two-handled sucrier and cover, sandwich plate, printed marks £120 - £180 385

374 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern Castleton candlestick, shaped sconce, spreading cylindrical column, canted square base, dolphins to angles, 27cm high, printed mark £100 - £150

385 A Baccarat tapering octagonal gilt metal mounted ice bucket, angular handles, bottle holder, 23.5cm high, modern £200 - £300

375 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern pedestal ovoid two-handled vase, domed cover, spire finial, acanthus capped scroll handle, spreading circular bases, canted square platform, 42cm high, printed mark £400 - £500

386 A gilt metal mounted clear glass table centre comport, hobnail borders, the stem cast as a pair of putti, lotus socle, beaded base, 23cm diam £60 - £100 387 A large Nailsea type opaque and amethyst glass triple gourd bottle, pointed fluted stopper,blown with alternating spiralling bands, pontil scar to base, 57cm high £60 - £100

376 A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pedestal ovoid vase and cover, gitl spire finial, 12.5cm high, printed mark date code for 1927 £60 - £100

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388 A late 19th century green glass pedestal flared vase, applied with two mask knops, spreading circular base, 23.5cm high £60 - £80

395 A Perthshire Fisherman millefiori flower and cane paperweight, PP87, 7cm diam, 24/250, certificate, boxed £150 - £200

389 A Loetz type Art Nouveau iridescent vaseline glass frilled trumpet shaped vase, moulded with stylised flowerbuds, spreading circular foot, 11.5cm high, c.1905 £80 - £120

396 A Perthshire magnum sized millefiori flower and cane paperweight, PP219, 7.5cm diam, 48/200, certificate, boxed £100 - £150

397 A Perthshire Scottish Thistle double overlay paperweight, 5.5cm diam, 210/400, certificate, boxed £80 - £120

390 A Murano two-handled glass baluster vase, with flower canes in red, blue and white, clear glass handles, 14.5cm high, c.1880 £200 - £250

398 A Ricketts & Co Bristol green glass sealed patent wine bottle, of Irish interest, the seal inscribed Doneraile House, moulded maker’s name, 27cm high, 19th century £40 - £60

391 A pair of English Cordial glasses, rounded funnel shaped bowls, double knopped air twist stems, spreading circular bases, 15cm high, c.1770 £120 - £180

399 A sulphide paperweight, the inclusions as mice with a piece of cheese, 7.5cm diam £70 - £100

392 A pair of Regency opaque glass mallet shaped decanters, decorated in colours with courting couple, gilt line rim, 29cm high, c.1800 £150 - £200

400 A sulphide paperweight, the inclusions as mischievous children, 7.5cm diam £70 - £100

393 A pair of Swedish glass disc sculptures, the central disc in mottled purple, green and blue, rectangular plinths, 20cm high, 20th century £100 - £150

401 A Victorian baluster acid etched glass jug, engraved with stylised flowerheads and leaves, scroll handle, star cut base, 24cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150

394 A Perthshire Dahlia flower paperweight, 7cm diam, 35/300, certificate, boxed £100 - £150

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402 A Victorian cranberry glass epergne. with central flared cylindrical trumpet, applied with clear glass printee spiral, surrounded by alternating trumpets and flower baskets, the base shaped square, wavy rims, 58cm high, c.1870 £100 - £200 403 A William Manson paperweight, the colourful flower inclusion with a ladybird crawling along the stem, 7cm diam, limited edition, 4/150, signed and dated 1992 £80 - £120 404 An 18th century cordial glass, the bucket shaped bowl, cotton twist stem, spreading circular foot, c.1770; a mallet shaped decanter, triple ring neck, tear drop stopper, 29cm high, c.1800; etc (6) £100 - £150 405 An 18th century green glass onion bottle, kick-up base with pontil scar, 18cm high £100 - £150 406 An 18th century green glass onion bottle, kick-up base with pontil scar, 19cm high £80 - £120 407 An 18th century green glass onion shaped wine bottle, horseshoe seal reserve, kick-up base, 22cm high £60 - £100 408 An 18th century wine glass, bell shaped bowl, knop stem with bubble inclusions, spreading circular foot, 16cm high; another, early 19th century, 10.5cm high (2) £60 - £100

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409 An 18th century wine glass, flared funnel shaped bowl, knopped cotton twist stem, spreading circualr foot, 16cm high, c.1780; others, later (3) £60 - £100

416 Sirene - a Lalique opalescent car mascot, (Marcilhac no. 831), modelled as a crouching mermaid, her hands held to one ear, 10cm high, engraved mark, designed 1920 £1,500 - £1,800

410 An early 19th century Bristol Blue double lip glass rinser, 13cm wide, c.1820; a clear glass pestle and mortar, 8cm wide; 19th century and later rummer and ale glasses, various (8) £60 - £100

417 Siddy Langley - an iridescent blue globular vase, applied with trailed glass, 11.5cm high, signed, dated 1998 £50 - £60

411 An Okra glass paperweight, decorated with swirling leaves and flowerheads on an iridescent ground, 9.5cm high, inscribed Okra, No.P. No 221 and dated 1985 £70 - £100

Continental

412 An Old English concentric millefiori paperweight, with an arrangement of mauve, green, blue and white canes, dated 1982, 7cm diam; others (4) £100 - £150

425 A Trapani or Naples maiolica albarello, of waisted form, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised leaves, 28cm high, 18th century £350 - £420

413 A Lalique Hirondelles cigarette box and cover, moulded in relief with sparrows, 10cm wide, moulded no.1704, c.1940 £50 - £70 414 A Lalique Thomery pattern square dish, everted rim, in relief with roundels and scrolls, 24cm wide, stencil mark, c.1940 £70 - £100 415 A pair of Lalique Porquerolles pattern twincandlesticks, moulded with leaves, rounded bases, 30.5cm wide, etched mark, c.1950 £200 - £300

426 426 A pair of 19th century German/Austrian terracotta busts of an Eastern lady and gentleman, quatrefoil pedestals, with scrolls to angles, 20.5cm high, W.G. & Co, 12169, c.1890 £200 - £300 427 A large French faience jug, lion mask spout, angular handle, decorated with foliate swags and stylised leaves, in blue, yellow and red, 47cm high £80 - £120 429 A 19th century German porcelain looking glass, cartouche shaped plate above a basket shaped upstand, moulded and applied with scantily clad putti and bocage on a ground decorated with colourful summer flowers, 86cm long, c.1880 £60 - £100 430 A Berlin cabinet cup and saucer, painted with summer flowers, within raised gilt borders, c.1840 £180 - £250

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431 A Castelli faïence circular plate, painted in the typical palette with trees and landscape, the rim with acanthus scrolls, 23cm diam, 1st half 18th century £400 - £600 432 A Continental figure, of a Native American Indian, standing in traditional dress holding a bow and parrot, 16cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150 433 A Continental figure, she stands holding a mask, lightly coloured, 21.5cm high, c.1880 £50 - £80 434 A Continental maiolica two-handled loving cup, painted in the Iznik taste with a fanciful bird and stylised flowers and foliage, 17cm high £60 - £100 435 A French faience barber’s bowl, naively painted with buildings and trees, outlined with a band of leafy stems, yellow line to rim, 26.5cm diam, 19th century; another (2) £80 - £120 436 A French flared cylindrical vase, painted with Vue du Temple de la Concorde a Rome and Vue Perspective D’Italie, gilt rectangular cartouche, divided with musical trophies, the interior with foliate swags, 24.5cm high, early 19th century £100 - £150

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437 A Jacob Petite Schneeballen ogee vase and cover, the cover with cherries and leaves issuing from floral encrusted `snowballs`, parrot finial, the body conforming and applied with finches, on circular socle base, encrusted overall with flower heads, 58cm high, late 19th/ early 20th century £400 - £600 438 A KPM rectangular plaque, painted by I Wilkie, The Penitent Magdelene, 25.5cm x 41cm, titled, impressed no.15112.10 £1,500 - £2,000 439 A large Delft cartouche shaped wall plaque, painted in blue with rustic scene, 58cm x 47cm, late 19th century £100 - £150 440 A Meissen pug dog, seated to the left, bells and blue collar, brown and black coat markings, 8cm high; another, brown face, tail and paws, 6.5cm high (2) £120 - £180 441 A late 19th century Continental figure, of a gallant, standing wearing 18th century dress, holding a wreath aloft, a sheep and a lamb at his feet, domed scroll base, applied with flowerheads, 25cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 442 A pair of Meissen two-handle floral encrusted pot pourri vases and covers, applied with colourful summer flowers garlands and painted with insects, divided entwined handles, 12.5cm over handles, crossed swords in underglaze blue, c.1880 £800 - £1,200

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443 A Meissen condiment figure, seated on rockwork beside a flower-encrusted ewer with branch handle, she wearing a headscarf, pink flowered bodice, blue apron and flowered skirts, holding the scrollwork finial of the open cover with one hand, picked out in gilt, 20cm high, crossed swords in underglaze blue, incised 1234 £500 - £600 444 A Meissen figure, she stands bare footed in floral drape, holding a garland of flowers, 19.5cm high, crossed swords, incised C84, 122 £100 - £150

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445 445 A Meissen figural three-light candelabrum, modelled with Diana the Huntress, she sits, scantily clad in a yellow dress, her dogs at her side, acanthus moulded sconces on leafy branches applied with flowers, rococo scroll base, 29.5cm high, impressed No. 957, blue crossed swords mark £400 - £600 446 A Meissen figure group, of two putti standing beside a hutch, one holding a helmet with a rabbit peering out, scroll base, 13cm high, incised H37, blue crossed swords mark £100 - £150 447 A Meissen figure, emblematic of Autumn, she stands, dressed in long flowing robes, her basket laden with infant putti, fruit and wheat , circular base moulded with leafy scrolls and roses, 23.5cm high, impressed Q184, blue crossed swords mark £200 - £300

449 449 A Meissen figure, Harlequin, after the model by Johan Joachim Kaendler depicting the Commedia dell’Arte holding a feathered hat in his right hand and raising aloft a tankard with his left, dancing on one foot, rocaille base, 25cm high, underglaze blue cross swords mark, impressed model number 3025, mid 20th century £500 - £600

448 A Meissen figure, emblematic of Summer, after the model by Friedrich Elias Meyer, she stands, grasping a sheaf of wheat, scantily clad in a blue shawl and a floral dress, scroll base, 19.5cm high, impressed pressnummern, blue crossed swords mark £100 - £150

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454 A Meissen shaped oval pierced basket, decorated with ripe fruit, rustic branch handles terminating in outswept feet, 26cm wide, blue crossed swords mark £100 - £150

455 455 A pair of large Zsolnay Pecs cylindrical vases, with bulbous base, modelled in high relief with a peacock and flowers, the cream ground embellished with butterflies and insects, picked out in gilt, the inner rim and foot decorated with bands of gilt scrolls and flowerheads on a celadoncoloured ground, 54cm high, blue printed mark £600 - £1,000

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456 A pair of 19th century brown glazed and painted terracotta Blackamoor figures, each as a kneeling Nubian boy, rocky bases, 26cm and 24cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150

450 A Meissen figure, Winter, after the model by Friedrich Elias Meyer , he stands, scantily clad in a fur lined claret cloak, warming his hand on a flaming brazier, Rococo scroll base, picked out in gilt, 20.5cm high, impressed numerals, blue crossed swords mark £200 - £300

458 A pair of Dresden models, of Golden Pheasants, naturalistically coloured, 38cm wide, 20th century £100 - £150

451 A Meissen group of Vintners, modelled after M.V. Acier, with a a boy seated beside an open pannier holding a vine branch and grape bunches, a girl standing to his side holding a filled beaker and wine jug, rocky oval base, gilt wavy line oval base, 15cm high, crossed swords, F 92, C.1880 £300 - £500

459 A pair of French Paris two-handled pedestal ovoid vases, painted with courting couples, landscape to verso, gilt necks, handles, pedestals and bases, 28.5cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150

452 A Meissen shaped circular plate, moulded and painted with swans, herons and fish, on a shell ground, gilt line borders, 24cm diam, blue crossed swords mark£200 - £300

460 A pair of French porcelain figures, of scantily clad females, each stands, one with a basket of flowers, her companion squeezing grapes into a goblet, circular base, 35cm and 35.5cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300

453 A Meissen shaped oval dish, painted with a sweeping spray of pansies and other flowers, gilt line border, 17.5cm wide, crossed swords in underglaze blue, c.1790 £120 - £180

461 A pair of Italian tin glazed Blackamoors, standing in traditional dress, holding pink and yellow tasselled pillows, on faux marble and paw feet base, 104cm high, 19th century £400 - £600

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462 A pair of large Delft vases, of panelled baluster form, long onion neck, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised flowers and scrolls, the necks with vertical lines, 52cm high, late 19th century £150 - £250

474 A pair of porcelain figures, of a young girl and boy, each standing before bocage, he with picked flowers, she with a basket of ripe fruit, scroll bases, 26cm and 27cm high £150 - £200

463 A late 19th century rectangular panel, painted by Friedrich Sturm, (1822 - 1898), The Trial, 47cm x 39cm £1,500 - £2,500

475 A pair of Continental porcelain figures, of a courting couple, she with cupid at her side, holding his fired arrow in her hand, he eating grapes, a recumbent tiger at his side, shaped bocage bases, 23cm and 24cm high, c.1880 £300 - £400

464 A pair of Sèvres shaped circular dishes, moulded in relief with spirals, painted with colourful sprays and sprigs, blue line and gilt rim, 31cm diam, interlaced L’s, 18th century £100 - £150

476 A pair of large Mettlach Aesthetic Movement vases, in imitation of Japanese lacquer, moulded in relief with cranes and leafy bamboo in a mountainous landscape, above bands of mon, trellis borders, 54cm high, shape no. 1567, impressed marks £700 - £1,000

465 A pair of stoneware vases, decorated in the Persian manner, with geometrical flowerheads, in blue, yellow, red and gilt, on a buff ground, 28.5cm high £60 - £100

477 A Continental tin glazed earthenware tapered cylindrical jardiniere, brightly decorated with coats of arms, flowers and scrolls, 29cm high, 19th century £700 - £300

466 A set of nine Delft blue and white square tiles, decorated in underglaze blue, various designs, 13cm square, framed £100 - £150 467 A set of three French shaped circular Armorial plates, painted with arms in polychrome, cobalt blue borders, gilt rims, 26cm diam, late 19th century £70 - £100 468 A set of three French shaped circular plates, in the manner of Sèvres, painted with sliced fruit and foliage, Bleu Celeste borers with floral sprays in gilt and polychrome, 25.5cm diam, 19th century £70 - £100 469 A Vienna porcelain circular charger, Lei Wieder Gut!, painted with Cupid and maiden, gilt line rim, 34cm wide, title, shield mark, c.1900 £100 - £150 470 An 18th century Delft circular plate, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised flowers and foliage, banded cobalt blue rim, 23cm diam, c.1780; others, various (5) £100 - £150 471 An 18th century Sèvres cup and saucers, decorated with alternating shaped bands of colourful summer flowers and gilt roundels, on a cobalt blue grounds, gilt dentil rims, interlaced L’s,. c.1790 £400 - £600 472 An Italian maiolica albarello drug jar, inscribed Grasso Di Lupo (Grease of the Wolf) and painted with a portrait of St Francis of Assisi in allusion to the Wolf of Gubbio, within an arbour of flowering and fruiting foliage flanked by meandering ribbons, coloured in tones of yellow, blue and green, 20.5cm high, dated 1700 £300 - £500 473 A pair of ormolu mounted German porcelain figures, of a young boy and girl, she gathering flowers, he tying his lace, the bases boldly cast with leafy scrolls, 22cm high, blue crossed swords marks, late 19th century £400 - £600

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Day One Wednesday 3rd July at 2.00pm

Oriental Ceramics & Works of Art

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


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494 A Chinese Armorial coffee cup, tea bowl and saucer, painted in polychrome with the arms and crest of Parkyns, of Bunny Hall, Nottingham, foliate swag border, bamboo rim, Qianlong The arms and crest of Parkyns, of Bunny Hall, but not of the then baronet, there being no baronet’s badge of the achievement. It probably related to Thomas Parkyns before his son succeeded in 1741 as 3rd Baronet. £100 - £150

484 A Chinese Longquan celadon charger, moulded with peonies, shaped rim, 38cm diam, Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) £300 - £500 485 A Chinese Armorial coffee cup, painted in polychrome with the arms of Jefferson impaling Darrett or Jarrett, Qianlong; a similar tea bowl and saucer, painted in polychrome with the arms and crest of Keynell, gilt strapwork border, Qianlong (2) £60 - £100

495 A Chinese Armorial globular teapot, decorated in polychrome with crest and sprays, 9.5cm high, Qianlong £60 - £100

486 A Chinese Armorial saucer, painted in polychrome with the arms of Hartley, gilt tendril border, Qianlong; another, arms of Bereley; a coffee cup, arms of Syes (3) £60 - £100 487 A Chinese Armorial tea bowl and saucer, painted in blue and gilt with the crest of Haworth of Haworth, banded blue and gilt stars, Qianlong; a similar teabowl, Green of Leicestershire impaling Drayton of Northamptonshire, Qianlong (2) £60 - £100 488 A Chinese Armorial tea bowl and saucer, painted in polychrome with the crest of Tempest Family of Yorkshire, undulating pink dotted line and roses border, Qianlong; another, the arms for Smythe of Surrey, gilt tendril borders, Qianlong (2) £60 - £100 489 A Chinese Armorial circular plate, painted in polychrome with crest, the border flower sprays, 18cm wide, Qianlong; a similar bowl, with flower sprays, 14cm diam; a similar plate, 20cm diam (3) £70 - £100

496 496 A Chinese Armorial helmet shaped cream jug, painted in polychrome with arms of Hugh Hume, fluted base, pedestal domed foot, branch handle, 14.5cm high, Qianlong Hugh Hume, 3rd (and so far last) Earl of Marchmont (17081794). Lord Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland, who succeeded to the Earldom in 1740 £100 - £150

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

497 A Chinese Armorial octagonal bowl, painted in polychrome with crest, the border with crests and flower sprays, 22cm wide, Qianlong £100 - £150

491 A Chinese Armorial circular plate, painted with the arms of ?, the with four reserves with the bird crest, 22.5cm diam, Qianlong, c.1755; another Famille Rose, the arms for Bate of Yorkshire, granted 1565, Qianlong, c.1736 - 1795 £100 - £150

498 A Chinese Armorial octagonal plate, painted in polychrome with crest, the border with floral swags, 22cm wide, Qianlong £100 - £150

492 A Chinese Armorial circular plate, painted with the arms of Minchin of Busherstown, Ballynakill, Co. Tipperary as confirmed to Humphrey Minchin of Busherstown in 1720, the border engrisaille, with cartouches, wreaths and song birds, 22.5cm diam, Qianlong £200 - £400

499 A Chinese Armorial shaped circular plate, painted in polychrome with crest, the border with crests and flower sprays, 22cm wide, Qianlong, label for P.B. Cooke Collection £70 - £100

493 A Chinese Armorial coffee cup and saucer, decorated in polychrome with the arms of Hick[e]s of Silton Hall, Yorks, and Camden, Gloucestershire, strapwork border, Qianlong; a similar tea bowl and saucer (3) £100 - £150

500 A Chinese Armorial shaped oval dish, painted in polychrome with the arms of Barrett of Ealing Middlesex & previously of Dorset, gilt tendril and floral border, 19cm wide, Qianlong; a similar saucer, with the arms of Griffith impaling Harding of Wiltshire and London; another, arms of MacDonald (3) £100 - £150

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501 A Chinese Armorial slop bowl, decorated in polychrome with the arms of Crewe, with eight quarterings, including Burghes, Molyneaux, Cortes, Hungerford, de Clare, strapwork border; others, with the arms of Montgomery of Co. Donegal, Ireland, quartering Eglinton; arms of Beckford of Basing Park, Hants. probably for Francis Beckford formerly of Jamaica, who married Susannah Love, the heiress of Basing Park in 1755 and died 1768, Qianlong (3) £100 - £150

505 A Chinese Armorial teacup, painted in polychrome with full achievement of Ross of Balnagowan, Lords Ross, gilt strapwork border, Qianlong; a similar sugar bowl, 11.5cm diam, c.1750; a similar Armorial two-handled cup, crested, leafy swag border, Qianlong, c.1770 The Ross arms include supporters but no coronet, suggesting they are intended for those of William Master of Balnagowan from 1738 to 1758 the heir of George 13th Lord Ross. £60 - £100

502 A Chinese Armorial slop bowl, painted in polychrome with the arms of Tempest, divided with blue stylised flower sprays, the interior conforming, gilt line rim, Qianlong; another, arms and unrecorded crest of Sprang of Boston, Lincolnshire, 11cm diam, Qianlong (2)w £60 - £100

510 A 19th century Cantonese ovoid floor vase, painted in the Famille Rose palette with a lady of the court and her attendants, to verso with soldiers in battle, within shaped rectangular panels on a pale celadon ground painted with butterflies and flowers, scrolling dragon handles to neck, flared rim, 64cm high (restored) £100 - £150

503 A Chinese Armorial tea bowl, painted in polychrome with the arms of Fryer impaling Parker of Plympton, Devon (the family of the Earls of Morley), gitl strapwork border, Qianlong; a similar plate, with the arms of Bodley of Devon and Oxford impaling Holmes of Gawdy Hall, Norfolk, 19.5cm diam, Qianlong; etc (5)

511 A 19th century Chinese moon flask, each face printed in underglaze blue with pagodas and sampans, the sides with stylised flowerheads, the shoulders with dragons, the neck with honeycomb and dot tendrils, 24cm high, c.1880; another, painted with figures, the neck and base with stiff leaves, 25.5cm high, late 19th century £800 - £1,200

The arms Fryer were granted to a London merchant in April 1572 and were borne by Sir Francis Fryer, formerly Freer, pewterer and Lord Mayor in 1720 (none of whose three wives were Parkers, however). £100 - £150

512 A 19th century Chinese slender baluster vase and cover, painted in underglaze blue with fanciful bird, peony and foliage, the ground with stylised lotus flowers and scrolls, domed cover, Dog of Foe finial, 38.5cm high, Kangxi marks but later £100 - £150 513 A 20th century celadon circular dish, incised with foliage, 33cm diam, , 20th century £100 - £150 514 A 20th century celadon circular dish, incised with foliage, 41cm diam, , 20th century £200 - £300 515 A 20th century celadon shaped circular dish, incised with character, 31cm diam, 20th century £70 - £100 516 A 20th century celadon shaped circular dish, incised with flowers, 29cm diam, , 20th century £100 - £150

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517 A 20th century celadon shaped circular dish, incised with lotus, 36cm diam, 20th century £60 - £100

504 A Chinese Armorial teacup and saucer, painted with the arms of Osborne of London, within scattered flowers sprays in a Famille Rose palette, gilt tendril border, c.1760 £70 - £100

518 A Cantonese Export porcelain bowl, decorated in polychrome with four reserves each with figures and attendants, turquoise stippled ground, the interior with roundels and figures outside a pagoda, cell border, 26.5cm diam, hardwood stand, late 19th century £100 - £150 519 A Cantonese porcelain charger, the shaped reserves moulded and painted in the Famille Verte palette with fanciful birds and insects, the yellow ground with flowers and scrolling foliage, 29cm diam, c.1900 £50 - £70

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511 525 A Chinese blue and white stem cup, trumpet bowl decorated with figures and foliage, knopped stem tramline borders, 10.25cm high; another, smaller, 8cm high; two flared cylindrical beakers; etc (5) £100 - £150

520 A Cantonese porcelain circular bowl, painted in the Famille Rose palette with figures, birds and flowers, 25.5cm diam, c.1900 £60 - £100 521 A Chinese Blanc de Chine bowl, incised with peony and scrolls, 15cm diam; a powder blue shoulder vase, 10.5cm high (2) £50 - £70

526 A Chinese blue glazed mallet shaped vase, 24.5cm high, six character Yongsheng mark but later £60 - £100

522 A Chinese Blanc de Chine libation cup, in relief with prunus and deer, silver coloured metal mounts, 10.25cm wide, 6.5cm high £60 - £100

527 A Chinese bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with stag, phoenix flowerheads and scrolls, banded chevron border, the interior with waves and stag, 13cm diam, Zhengde six character mark but later £70 - £100

523 A Chinese blue and white bowl, decorated in underglaze blue with a flautist riding a buffalo, 29cm diam; another (2) £60 - £100

528 A Chinese bullet shaped teapot and cover, decorated in the Imari palette, with stylised flowers and foliage, 8cm high, 18th century; a similar ribbed ovoid cream jug, decorated in the Famille Rose palette, red line border, 9cm high, c.1770 (2) £50 - £70

524 A Chinese blue and white dish, painted with dragon chasing the flaming pearl, 28cm diam, 20th century £40 - £60

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540 529 A Chinese canted rectangular plate, painted n underglaze blue with pagodas, pine trees and sampans, elaborate border, 37cm wide, early 19th century £60 - £100

541 A Chinese circular plate, decorated in polychrome in the European manner, with lovers, scantily draped, by a continental city, the rim in gilt with tendrils and trellis, Qianlong 1736 - 1795; another with classical scene, 22cm diam, Qianlong 1736 - 1795 (2) £200 - £400

530 A Chinese celadon baluster crackle glazed vase, 20th century £70 - £100

542 A Chinese circular plate, painted with rocks, pine trees and mountains, 19.5cm diam, 19th century; a Chinese blue and dish, painted with stylised flowers and foliage, 16cm diam, seal mark; another (3) £60 - £100

531 A Chinese celadon baluster vase, incised with scrolls, the base with stiff leaves, 16cm high, 20th century £50 - £70 532 A Chinese celadon bowl, deep ribbed sides, 33cm diam, 20th century £60 - £100

543 A Chinese crackle glazed bottle vase, 21.5cm high, hardwood stand £50 - £70

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

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534 A Chinese celadon bowl, incised with flowers, 15cm diam, 20th century £30 - £50

545 A Chinese crackle glazed vase, in grey, 21.5cm high, 20th century £30 - £50

535 A Chinese celadon bowl, incised with scrolls, 16cm diam, 20th century £40 - £60

546 A Chinese cylindrical brush pot, decorated in underglaze blue, with bat, fence and figures, fret border, 12.75cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

536 A Chinese celadon bowl, painted in underglaze blue with pagoda and rockwork, 13cm diam, 20th century £30 - £40

547 A Chinese cylindrical jardinière, painted in underglaze blue with continuous landscape, everted rim, three spur feet, 26.5cm diam, 20th century £60 - £100

537 A Chinese celadon crackle glazed bowl, three bun feet, 25cm diam, 20th century £50 - £70 538

A Chinese crackle glazed dish, in grey, 21cm diam £30 - £50

548 A Chinese double gourd vase, moulded and painted with black blossom, 27cm high £100 - £150

A Chinese celadon dish, 29cm diam, 20th century £60 - £100

549 A Chinese drum shaped Yixing teapot, loose ring finial, the side incised with rows of characters, scroll handle, 11cm high; others (3) £60 - £100

539 A Chinese celadon stem bowl, incised with flowers, 11.5cm diam £50 - £80 540 A Chinese circular bowl, the exterior in sang de boeuf, 15.5cm diam, six character mark, Xianfeng 1851 - 1861; another seal mark, Daoguang 1821 - 1850 (2) £100 - £150

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550 A Chinese Export tea bowl and saucers, painted in polychrome with seated figure in shaped reserve, the ground in tones of blue with large flowerheads, 12cm diam, Kangxi mark but 19th century; a Chinese shaped circular saucer, decorated with panels of stiff foliate leaves, 12.75cm diam, Kangxi marks (2) £60 - £100

556 A Chinese fan shaped dish, decorated with figures in polychrome, picked out in gilt, 21cm wide, seal mark, hardwood stand, early 20th century; a Chinese jardinière, painted with fanciful birds, on a blue ground, and flowerheads and scrolls, 11.5cm diam; a Chinese Famille Verte saucer, well decorated with figures in pagodas, cell border, 17.5cm diam, six character mark, Guangxu; etc (6) £100 - £150

551 A Chinese Famille Rose octagonal plate, painted with a cockerel perched on a rock, its hen and chicks beneath, the rim with scrolling flowers and foliage, 25cm diam, Yongzheng 1723-35; a pair of Chinese circular plates, painted in polychrome with Cockerel standing on a rock by peony blooms, 23cm diam, Qianlong 1736 - 1795 (3) £150 - £200

557 A Chinese flattened shaped rectangular glass snuff bottle and stopper, painted by Shantou, with landscape, the verso with fanciful birds, 7.5cm high; another, porcelain, 7cm high; a tea bowl, decorated in colours with lotus scrolls, 7.5cm diam, c.1920 (3) £60 - £100

552 A Chinese Famille Rose octagonal plate, painted with a peacock perched on a rock, with peonies and foliage, 21.5cm diam, Qianlong 1736 - 1795; an Chinese octagonal plate, cornucopia overflowing with flowers, banded borders, 22cm wide, c.1770; another, shaped circular decorated with the Famille Rose palette, with peonies, 22.5cm diam, c.1770 (3) £150 - £200

558 A Chinese ginger jar, decorated in underglaze blue with oriental figures and attendants by a fence, 18cm high, Kangxi marks but later £70 - £100 559 A Chinese globular Yixing teapot, bun shaped finial, scroll handle, 8.5cm high, character mark; others, similar (4) £100 - £150 560 A Chinese Imperial yellow-glazed saucer dish, incised with a five claw dragon chasing the flaming pearl, the underside with two further dragons, 12cm diam, six character mark, Guangu 1875 - 1908 £100 - £150 561 A Chinese jade jue, after a bronze original, elephant loop handle, three spur feet, 8.5cm high £60 - £100 562 A Chinese mallet shaped vase, decorated in underglaze blue with stylised scrolls, 21cm high, six Character Kangxi mark but later £70 - £100 563 A Chinese Meiping vase, sang de bouef glaze, 25cm high, 20th century £60 - £100 564 A Chinese Ming style bowl, decorated in underglaze blue, 13cm diam; a Korean dish, decorated in blue on a celadon ground, 27cm diam (2) £60 - £100 565 A Chinese paktong mounted red stoneware wine pot, dished cover with ivory knop finial, the mounts pierced and chased with ferocious dragons, 20.5cm long, seal mark £60 - £100

553 553 A Chinese Famille Rose Tobacco Leaf deep plate, decorated with peony and tobacco leaves in underglaze blue, puce, shades of green and yellow, picked out in gilt, 24.5cm diam, Qianlong 1736-95 £200 - £300

566 A Chinese polychrome bowl, painted with peony and blossoming prunus, 16cm diam, seal mark, 1821 - 1850; other polychrome items (6) £100 - £150

554 A Chinese Famille Verte baluster vase, decorated with a rectangular panel with fanciful bird, peonies and other foliage, the iron red ground with floral roundels and scrolls, domed cover, ball finial, double circle mark £60 - £100

567 A Chinese polychrome porcelain rectangular panel, decorated in coloured enamels in the Famille Verte palette, with elder standing on precipice, waves and bat, hardwood stand, 58cm x 38cm, 19th century £300 - £500

555 A Chinese Famille Verte coffee pot, decorated with oriental figures and their attendants, domed cover, ball finial, 17.5cm high, 18th century £60 - £100

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570 568 A Chinese polychrome smiling Buddha, in colours and gilt, holding a Mandarin necklace, 28cm high, Republic period; another, seated with five children playing on him, 21cm high, Hong Kong, 20th century (2) £100 - £200 569 A Chinese porcelain ovoid vase, decorated in blue and white with ferocious dragons amongst peonies and foliage, diaper and trellis borders, 59cm high £200 - £300 570 A Chinese porcelain punch bowl, painted with figures in a mountainous landscape, brown line to rim, raised foot ring painted with a band of trellis, 35.5cm diam, double tramline to base, Kangxi mark and period £400 - £600 571 A Chinese porcelain yen yen vase, painted in the Famille Verte palette with an official and his attendants, 31cm high, Kangxi mark but later £60 - £100 572 A Chinese pottery model of a house, with a ridged sloping roof and a door flanked by square windows, the surface with a degraded green glaze, 38.5cm high, Han dynasty £60 - £100 573 A Chinese powdered red bowl and cover, 14cm diam, Kangxi marks £60 - £100 574 A Chinese sang de boeuf dish, 22cm diam, 20th century £40 - £60 575 A Chinese shallow dish, decorated in polychrome with five clawed dragon amongst flames, double tramline borders,22cm diam, Jiajing seal mark but later £100 - £200

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577 576 A Chinese Song Dynasty style Jun glazed Meiping vase, 20cm high £50 - £70

579 A Chinese Tang type figure, of a demure court beauty, wearing long robes, 25cm high £50 - £80

577 A Chinese square vase, decorated in underglaze blue with panels of warriors, lakescape and geishas, the shoulders with banded trellis border, 28cm high, late 18th century; another, the panels with figures and warriors, 27.5cm high (2) £2,500 - £3,500

580 A Chinese tapered ovoid vase, incised and painted in polychrome with the Eight Immortals crossing the sea, 28cm high, four character mark, 19th century £200 - £300 581 A Chinese Yixing type stoneware wine pot and cups, each modelled as a ripe fruit, the pot 16cm long (3) £60 - £100

578 A Chinese stoneware wine pot, modelled with branches and ripe fruit, 15.5cm long £70 - £100

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582 An 18th century Chinese Imari circular charger, painted in underglaze blue with stylised pagodas, rocks and pine trees, 30.5cm diam, Qianlong £50 - £80 583 An 18th century Chinese Famille Verte circular charger, painted in green, red and grey, outlined in black, with peonies, rockwork and grasses, banded border, with shaped panels with lemons and foliage, cobalt blue border with stylised leaves and scrolls, 34cm diam, flower and tramline mark, Kangxi £100 - £150 584 An 18th century Chinese circular charger, painted in underglaze blue with stylised peonies and foliage, brown line rim, 38cm diam, Qianlong £100 - £150

586 586 A large Chinese Famille Verte vase, decorated in the typical palette with figures and gods, the shoulders with four shaped oval cartouches each with stylised flowerheads, on a trellis ground, the neck with a continuous scene with figures, trees and rockwork, flared neck, 61cm high, late 18th/early 19th century £1,200 - £1,800 587 An 18th century Chinese porcelain sauce boat, painted in underglaze blue with peonies, prunus and trellis, brown line to rim, 26cm long, c.1750 (faults) £40 - £60 585

588 A pair of Chinese shaped circular plates, the field painted with figure holding a banner, in gilt picked out in black, surrounded by scattered sprays, the rim with alternating vignettes and roundels, with landscapes and foliage, in orange and puce, 22cm diam, Qianlong 1736 - 1795 £100 - £150

585 An 18th century Chinese bottle vase, painted in underglaze blue with warriors on horseback and on foot, double tram line borders, 25.5cm high, Kangxi marks £100 - £200

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589 A late 19th century smiling Buddha, seated holding Mandarin beads, his robe decorated with scrolling lotus in underglaze blue, 26cm high, impressed mark £300 - £400

596 Nanking Cargo - a Batavian Ware bowl, the interior in underglaze blue with stylised trees. foliage and rockwork, the exterior in cafe au lait, 14.5cm diam, Christies Lot label 2630; another (2) £60 - £100 597 Shipwreck - a Chinese celadon bowl, 15cm diam, c.1640, label, Salvaged by Capt. M Hatcher from the South China Seas, H &H 1985 £50 - £70 598 Tek Sing Treasures - a Chinese deep plate, painted in underglaze blue with stylised peony and leafy scrolls, hatched border, 20.5cm diam, mid 17th century £60 - £100 599 Vung Tau Cargo - a ribbed cylindrical shoulder vase, 22cm high £60 - £100 600 A pair of unusual Chinese panel vases, of flared trumpet form, decorated in underglaze blue with leaves and scrolls, the berries in red, yellow and green, 18cm high, 18th century £500 - £700 601 A Japanese porcelain bun shaped box and cover, painted in underglaze blue with birds perched on blossoming branches, figures and mountains, 19cm diam, six character mark in iron red £60 - £100 602 A Japanese satsuma koro and cover, decorated in gilt and colours with religious figures and attendants, bordered with alternating diaper panels, domed covers, Dog of Foe finial and handles, three spur feet, 32cm high, Meiji period; a Satsuma bottle vase, incised with cranes on a turquoise ground, 25cm high, Meiji (2) £60 - £100 603 A pair of Japanese satsuma ovoid ginger jars and covers, painted and heavily gilded with peonies, blossoming prunus and other indigenous flowers, pagoda covers with pointed knop finials, 32cm high, six character marks, early 20th century £150 - £200

590 590 A mid 19th century Famille Rose rectangular plaque, painted with oriental ladies in a pagoda, 42.5cm x 28.5cm, Daoguang c.1821 - 1850 £500 - £800 591 A pair of 18th century Chinese porcelain circular dishes, painted in the Famille Rose palette with trees, flowers and fence, 35.5cm diam, Qianlong £300 - £400

604 A large Japanese blue and white charger, the field decorated with stylised flowers within circular cartouche, the field with shield shaped panels, each with crane, peacock or stork, divided by roundel panels, banded trellis border, 45cm diam, Meiji period £70 - £100

592 A pair of Chinese circular bowls, decorated in underglaze blue with lanterns, 11cm diam, four character mark, 19th century £60 - £100

605 A large late 19th century Japanese shaped circular charger, decorated in blue with birds amongst blossoming peony branches, 54.5cm diam, Meiji period £200 - £300

593 A pair of Chinese Ducal tea bowls, decorated with cockerels and foliage, double tram line border, 7.5cm diam, Chenghua marks but later £60 - £100

606 A Japanese porcelain hexagonal dish, painted in the Imari palette and picked out in gilt with a phoenix amongst leaves and scrolls, pierced border, 29cm diam, Meiji period £60 - £100.

595 A pair of Chinese tea bowls, decorated in underglaze blue with pagoda, fence and pine trees, gilt line rims, c.1770; others, various; etc (8) £70 - £90

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607 A Japanese Art Pottery two-handled bowl, sparsely decorated with stylised buds and foliage, on a mushroom glazed ground, twisted unglazed handles, 23cm diam £50 - £70

608 608 A pair of Korean lobed square celadon maebyong vases, crackle glaze, shallow necks, bulbous shoulders, 25cm high £200 - £300

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609 A Cantonese baluster vase, painted with a young boy and his master, within an oval, on a ground of pink, yellow and orange flowers, giltwood cover and base, mounted as a lamp, 57cm high overall £100 - £150

Oriental Bronzes and Arts 620 A Chinese soapstone carving, of a bald headed boy, crawling, 4.5cm long £150 - £200 621 A Cantonese oval box and cover, enamelled with figures, and attendant in a garden, the sides with stylised flower and foliage, 19cm long, c.1880 £50 - £70 622 A Chinese agate double scent bottle, carved as a pair of seed pods, 12.5cm long £150 - £200 623 A Chinese Archaic bronze ding, cast with bands of scrolling stylised foliage and roundels, mask and paw feet, domed pierced hardwood cover, hardwood stand, Dog of Fo finial, 16.5cm high, Ming Dynasty or Later £600 - £1,000 624 A Chinese Archaic bronze flattened baluster vase and cover, mask and ring handles, cast with scrolling stylised foliage and geometric forms, 16.5cm high, Ming Dynasty or later £400 - £600

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625 A Chinese bamboo bitong brush pot, pierced and carved in relief with figures in a boat, blossoming prunus and mountains, 15.5cm high, 19th century £200 - £300 626 A Chinese bronze bowed circular ding, loop handle, squat pad feet, 16cm diam, seal mark £100 - £200 627 A Chinese bronze octagonal censer, the sides cast with dragon masks and warriors, above a band of lotus, 12.5cm diam, seal mark £60 - £100 626

628 A Chinese brown patinated bronze box and cover, cast as a smiling boy leaning on an oversize persimmon, 10.5cm high, 19th century £300 - £400 629 A Chinese brown patinated gold splash bronze bowed circular vase, 8cm diam, hardwood stand £200 - £300 630 A Chinese carved soapstone figure, of an elder in flowing robes, holding a staff and a fruit, carved rocky base, 29cm high £100 - £150 631 A Chinese cloisonné incense burner, in the form of a quail, standing with head turned, the detachable wings forming the cover, enamelled in yellow, blue, red and purple, 12cm. long, probably early 19th century £100 - £150 632 A Chinese dark patinated bronze two-handled censer, loop handles, 8.5cm high, six character Ming mark £100 - £150

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633 A Chinese Famille Rose porcelain ruyi sceptre , decorated with bats and foliage, in colours on a yellow ground, the sides with scrolling blue foliage, 30cm long, 19th century £200 - £300 634 A Chinese Fukien Blanc de Chine model of Guanyin, seated, a child on her knee, two attendants by her feet, 38cm high £100 - £150 635 A Chinese hardwood carving, of an elder, he stands, dressed in long flowing robes, 38cm high, early 20th century (formerly mounted as a lamp £60 - £100 636 A Chinese hardwood figure, as an elder and attendants, holding a staff and lotus, 37cm high, late 19th century £120 - £180

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637 A Chinese jade carving, of a bald headed boy, holding a box, 6.5cm high £200 - £300 638

646 A Chinese pudding stone ovoid snuff bottle, quite plain, dome rose quartz stopper, 7.5cm high, Qing Dynasty £200 - £300

A Chinese jade carving, of a fish, 11cm long £150 - £200

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639 A Chinese jade carving, of a kylin, stalking with head turned back, 9cm long, hardwood stand £200 - £300

A Chinese quartz/jadeite circular bowl, 12cm diam £60 - £100

640 A Chinese jadeite brush washer, pear shaped well, the border pierced and carved with a scrolling leafy branch, 11.5cm wide £60 - £100 641 A Chinese jadeite wine/libation cup, in Archaic style, integral loose ring handle, incise carved with strapwork, scrolls and clouds, 10.5cm wide £60 - £100 642 A Chinese marble carving, of a Tang horse, standing four square, with neck arched reaching down to a hoof, square base, 42cm long £300 - £500 643 A Chinese nut kernel, profusely carved with figures and faces, 4cm wide £40 - £60 644

A Chinese pale jade wine cup, 7cm high £60 - £100

645 A Chinese patinated bronze vase, cast in relief with dragons, the scroll handles terminating in clouds, dragon bracket feet, 32cm high £60 - £80

648 648 A Chinese rootwood carving, of a rotund man seated on a buffalo, shaped and carved stand, 35cm high, 19th century £200 - £300 649 A Chinese rose quartz oval pendant, pierced and carved with a flower, the suspension with jade bead and seed pearls, 5.5cm long; an opium pipe (2) £70 - £90 650 A Chinese silk scroll, painted with carp, signed, 70cm x 23cm, early 20th century £60 - £100 651 A Chinese soapstone or jadite rhyton, carved in the archaic manner with a stylised ram and scrolls, 11cm high £150 - £200 652 A Chinese soapstone teapot, incised with characters, the spout and handle carved with fierce dragons, 10cm high £40 - £60 653

654 A Chinese wooden and lacquered figure, of an emperor, seated, his robes with dragons, holding a ruyi sceptre, coloured in red and gilt, canted rectangular base, 29cm high £60 - £100

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655 A Japanese boxwood and ivory okimono, of a geisha, she stands, holding a fan and a lamp, 15.5cm high, Meiji period £120 - £180 656 A Japanese boxwood and ivory okimono, of a Samurai warrior, he stands, brandishing swords, 22.5cm high, Meiji period £200 - £300

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661 A large Chinese bamboo carving, of a bearded elder, he stands, wearing a broad hat, the verso rustic, 50cm high, early 20th century £50 - £70 662 A large section of Chinese wall paper, decorated with cranes, flowers and water plants, 69cm x 184cm, 19th century, framed £100 - £150 663 A late 19th century Chinese lacquered model, Boy on a Buffalo, he sit on the back of buffalo his hands clapping, rocky base, 37cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100 664 A pair of Chinese hardwood figures, of The Laughing Buddha, one with four children, the other with attendant, 25cm high, 19th century £120 - £180 665 A pair of Chinese hardwood Laughing Buddhas, seated crossed legged, 12cm high, late 19th century £100 - £150 666 A Persian bronze vase, quite plain, slightly flared everted rim, reeded borders, 8cm high, 18th/19th century £60 - £100 667 A Tibetan Thangka (thanka or tanka), depicting the Wheel of Existence or Buddhist Universe, gouache and applique on silk, the broad border embroidered with dragons on an amethyst ground, the backing printed with fruit and leaves on a yellow ground, 150cm x 100cm, 19th century £300 - £400

673 673 Chinese School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze candlestick, as a Ao, the World Turtle, carrying a prunus tree on his back, 23cm high £500 - £700

668 An Indian gold mounted rock crystal archer’s thumb ring, in the Mughal taste, decorated with flowers on scrolling leafy stems set with coloured stones, 3.5cm wide £300 - £400

Ivory and Jade 674 A large Chinese jade model, of a ship, the bow carved with ferocious dragons, 60cm long, lacquered stand £700 - £1,000

669 Chinese School, a hardwood Buddha, seated in dhyanasana with hands in dhyana mudra, rectangualr base, 53cm high £100 - £150

680 A 19th century carved ivory rattle, with teething rim, with ten attachments with spade, saw, bats, etc, 11cm long £120 - £180

670 Chinese School, dark patinated bronze, Buddha, seated in dhyanasana with hands in dhyana mudra, lotus base, 26cm high £200 - £300

681 A 19th century Thai ivory, of Buddha, seated with his hands in dhyana mudra, hardwood stand, 10.5cm high £60 - £80

671 Japanese School (early 20th Century), a dark patinated bronze, of an elephant, standing, with trunk curled, 6.5cm high, signed, early 20th century £70 - £90

682 A Cantonese cylindrical bodkin case, turned and carved foliage, 7.5cm long, c.1880 £60 - £100

672 Chinese/Tibetan School, a gilt bronze, of Buddha, seated in the lotus position, spreading oval base, 30cm high £200 - £300

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683 683 A Cantonese ivory brisée fan, twenty-three sticks, pierced and carved with scholars, attendants, pagodas and blossoming prunus, 19.5cm long, 30cm wide, late 19th century £100 - £200 684 A Cantonese ivory cylindrical box and cover, carved in relief with figures, pagodas and blossoming prunus, 13cm high, c.1880 £200 - £300 685 A Cantonese ivory fan shaped tusk section, deeply and crisply carved with busy figures amongst pagodas and blossoming prunus, 21cm wide, c.1860 £1,500 - £2,500 686 A Cantonese ivory longitudinal tusk section, carved in relief with a scene from mythology, with a profusion of figures at the sea shore, an elephant, tiger and dragon, seal script signature, 11cm high, 19th century £300 - £400 687 A Cantonese ivory rectangular visiting card case, deeply carved with figures, pagodas and blossoming prunus, 8cm long, c.1860 £200 - £300

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691 A Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, of a Geisha, standing wearing flowering robes, holding flowers, 51cm high, early 20th century £1,000 - £1,500 692 A Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, of a Geisha, standing wearing flowing robes, holding flowers, 39cm high, early 20th century £1,000 - £1,500 693 A Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, of Budai, seated, smiling, 6.5cm high, hardwood stand £80 - £120 694 A Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, The Laughing Buddha, holding beads, 10cm high, hardwood stand, 19th century £100 - £120 695 A Chinese ivory puzzle ball, on stand, at least eight pierced layers, he exterior carved with dragons and clouds, figural column, circular base, 30cm high, late 19th century £80 - £120 696 A Chinese ivory rectangular visiting card case, carved with figures in boats in formal gardens, 9.5cm high, Canton, c.1880 £120 - £180

688 688 A Cantonese ivory tusk section, pierced and carved with ferocious dragons amongst scrolling clouds, hardwood stand, 18.5cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150

697 A Chinese ivory snuff bottle, carved with bats, 5cm high, 19th century £150 - £200 698 A fine 19th century Cantonese ivory rectangular casket, carved overall with figures in boats, on bridges, temples and informal gardens, hinged cover, enclosing a plain interior, pierced scroll apron, 55cm long, c.1890 £600 - £1,000

689 A Cantonese rectangular card case, carved overall with pagodas and figures, 9cm x 5cm, c.1880 £300 - £500 690 A Chinese carving, The Clams Dream, hardwood stand, 12.5cm long, c.1880 £100 - £150

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703 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as a rotund toad, seated cross-legged, 3.5cm high, Meiji period £100 - £150

699 699 A Japanese ivory and shibayama circular box and cover, decorated with insects and leafy branches, 6cm diam, Meiji period £150 - £180 704

700 A Japanese ivory and shibayama raden okimono, of an elephant, standing, 5cm high, Meiji period £200 - £300

704 A Japanese ivory okimono, carved as fishermen, standing at the water’s edge, shaped base, 13.5cm high, signed, Meiji period £150 - £200

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701 A Japanese ivory easel menu holder, pierced and carved in low relief with two men and a monkey, 8cm high, Meiji period £80 - £120

705 A Japanese ivory okimono, of a bearded elder, he stands, holding a branch, 17cm high, Meiji period £60 - £100

702 A Japanese ivory netsuke, carved as a boy, sleeping, his head resting on a water gourd, 5.5cm long, signed, Meiji period £100 - £150

706 A Japanese ivory okimono, of a geisha, she stands, dressed in long robes, 12.5cm high, early 20th century £70 - £100

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707 A Japanese ivory okimono, of a geisha, she stands, holding a basket, 14cm high, early 20th century £70 - £100

715 A pair of Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, of an Emperor and Empress, in ceremonial dress, 57cm high, early 20th century £1,000 - £1,500

708 A Japanese ivory okimono, of a man, he stands, an acrobatic monkey balancing on his head, 19cm high, signed, early 20th century; another, similar (2) £60 - £100

716 A pair of Japanese ivory okimono, of geisha, each stands holding a parasol, oval bases, 19cm high £100 - £150

709 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono, of a carver, seated at work, his young apprentice at his side, shaped base, 9.5cm wide, signed, Meiji period, hardwood stand £120 - £180

717 A small Japanese ivory okimono, of a bald headed man holding a broom, 8.5cm high, early 20th century; others (3) £40 - £60 718 An African ivory rectangular desk blotter, the handle carved as a head, 13cm long; two small ivory carved crocodiles, open mouthed, 11cm and 15cm long; etc. (5) £50 - £80

710 A Japanese ivory sectional okimono, of a hunter, he stands, carrying a basket, a blowpipe to his lips, a bamboo spear in his left hand, a bird at his feet, shaped oval base, 27cm high, early 20th century £150 - £250

719 An Anglo-Indian ivory desk thermometer, as a chhatri, pierced and carved with flowers and foliage, fluted rectangular base, 20.5cm high, c.1880 £120 - £180

711 A Japanese ivory slender ovoid vase, decorated in polychrome with a pair of cranes, inscribed with three rows of characters, shaped base, 13cm high, early 20th century £100 - £150

720 An Indian carved ivory figure group, carved with an elephant with saddle cloth and howdah carrying two dignitaries and rider, rectangular base, ball feet, 15cm high, 10cm wide, late 19th century £70 - £100

712 A large Chinese ivory ‘okimono’, of an official, he stands, dressed in a long robe, 31cm high £800 - £1,000 713 A pair of 19th century Chinese ivory carvings, of a smiling couple, he stands, holding a sceptre, a dragon at his side, a covered bowl of flowers on her head, 14cm and 14.5cm high, c.1850, hardwood stand £400 - £600

721 An ivory articulated dragon coil bracelet, carved with scales, 19th century £1,200 - £1,800 722 An ivory bangle, spirally carved and terminating with two panther head’s and rope ring, set with jewels, 8.5cm diam, 19th century £1,200 - £1,400

714 A pair of Chinese ivory cylindrical lidded pots, screw-off cover carved with flower, 4cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120

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Plated Ware, Silver, Watches & Jewellery

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Plated Ware 740 A George III Sheffield plate circular wine coaster, reeded leafy scroll border, draught turned base, 16cm diam, c.1820; an E.P.N.S dish ring; entree dishes; etc (8) £50 - £70

744 744 A George III Sheffield plate shaped oval wirework bread basket, swing handle, gadrooned rim, the border stamped and applied with flowering leafy festoons, spreading oval foot, 35.5cm wide, c.1770 Reference: Crosskey, G. Old Sheffield Plate: A History of the 18th Century Plated Trade, illustrated £80 - £120 741

745 A George III Sheffield plate shaped rectangular three bottle partner standish, cut clear glass wells, gadrooned borders, ball and claw feet, 23cm wide, c.1770 £70 - £100

741 A George III Sheffield plate cylindrical coffee pot, faux coopered with three reeded girdles, knop finial, domed cover, turned fruitwood handle to side, 20cm high, Matthew Boulton, c.1790 Reference: Matthew Boulton: ‘Selling What the World Desires’, (Birmingham City Council & Yale University Press), p.186 £80 - £120

746 746 A large George III Sheffield plate two-handle tray, the centre engraved with Coat of Arms of the Montefiori Family of Worth Park, Sussex , within a field of rococo and foliate scrolls, 79cm wide, Thomas & James Creswick, c.1820 The Montefiori Family were probably the leading family of British Jewry prior to the naturalisation of the Rothschilds, the crest seems to belong to Abraham Montefiori, younger brother of Sir Moses Montefori, 1st (& last Bart.) £150 - £250

742 742 A George III Sheffield plate dish wedge, beaded border, beaded border, outlined with wrigglework, 18.5cm long, c.1800 £60 - £100 743 A George III Sheffield plate navette shaped snuffer tray, pierced border, 23cm long, snuffers en-suite, c.1790; £40 - £60

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747 A late 19th century fruit and berry set, comprising twelve fruit knives and forks, ivory hafts, the blades engraved with tendrils, two associated berry spoons and grape shears, fitted mahogany case £100 - £150 748 A late Victorian novelty combination double scent bottle and vinaigrette, gilt mounts, hinged centre enclosing a scrolling foliate pierced grille, screw-fitting and hinged covers to respective ends, slice-cut clear glass bottles, 14cm long, c. 1900 £80 - £120 749 A Mappin Bros silver plated pate dish, glass liner painted with ducks, flying and swimming, E.P.N.S cover, lobster finial, the rounded rectangular stand with bulrushes to angles, branch feet, 17cm wide, c.1890 £70 - £100

755 755 A set of four George III Sheffield plate butter shells, 12.5cm wide, c.1785 £60 - £100

750 A modern silvered and parcel-gilt drinking set, comprising a ewer and a pair of pedestal goblets, each applied with cabachons and scrolling filigree work, the ewer with figural handle cast as a scantily clad female herm, domed circular bases, 38cm and 17.5cm high, 20th century (3) £60 - £100

756 A Sheffield plate urnular wine cooler, gadrooned borders, lion mask handles to sides, spreading skirted base, 19cm high, first half 19th century £60 - £80 757 A Victorian E.P. on copper centrepiece stand, acanthus grasped trumpet shaped column, fluted base, scroll feet, 36.5cm high, c.1850 £60 - £100

751 A Neo-Classical Revival E.P.N.S shaped rectangular two-handled serving tray, bead-and-reel border, the field engraved with oval batwing paterae and ribbon-tied bell husk swags, 68cm over handles, c.1900 £60 - £80

758 A Victorian E.P.B.M spirit kettle, stand and burner, hinged domed cover, half-fluted and embossed with stiff leaves, rustic branch stand, 31cm high, c.1880; another (2) £60 - £100

752 A pair of George III Sheffield plate canted rectangular chamber sticks, detachable nozzles, reeded borders, conical snuffers, 15cm wide, c. 1790 £80 - £120

759 A Victorian E.P.N.S mounted clear glass ovoid claret jug, lofty scroll handle terminating in a stylised anthemion, hinged cover enclosing a stopper, star-cut base, 28.5cm, c.1890 £50 - £70 760 A Victorian electro-type novelty dish, as a scallop shell, hinged cover, 20cm wide, c.1890 £40 - £60 761 An Art Deco Christofle Collection Gallia electroplated sauce boat and ladle, designed by Christian Fjerdingstad, geometric lug handle, spreading oval foot, 20cm wide, the ladle terminating in a stylised swan neck, c.1935

753 753 A pair of George III Sheffield plate oval pedestal sauce tureens, reeded lofty scroll handles terminating in leafy bosses, gadrooned oval bases, 26cm wide, Daniel Holy, Wilkinson & Co., c.1790

Reference: Von Bevis Hiller, The World of Art Deco, p.65 £100 - £150 762 An E.P. on copper lamp shaped spoon warmer, flying acanthus scroll handle, spreading oval foot, 24cm long, Goldsmiths & Silversmith’s Company Ltd, c.1910 £50 - £70

Reference: Crosskey, G. Old Sheffield Plate: A History of the 18th Century Plated Trade, illustrated £80 - £120

763 An E.P.B.M circular mirrored cake plateau, the side bright-cut and wrigglework engraved with leafy scrolls and a vacant shield, cartouche shaped feet, 50cm diam £50 - £70

754 A pair of Victorian E.P.N.S. fish servers, the blades engraved with kingfishers, ivory hafts, retailed by Benetfink, Cheapside, London, cased; a pair of Sheffield plate shaped circular coasters, 12cm diam, c.1820; a punch ladle; a candle snuffer; a meat skewer (6) £40 - £60

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764 An E.P.N.S oval spoon warmer, Celtic scroll handle, lobed base, 17cm long, c.1900 £40 - £60

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765 An early George III Sheffield plate baluster coffee pot, beaded knop finial, hinged domed cover, gadrooned borders, scroll capped fruitwood handle, skirted base, 28cm high, pseudo hallmarks, c.1765 £70 - £100

785 A matched pair of George III silver Bright-cut Old English pattern basting spoons, London 1812 £150 - £200 786 A matched set of six George III Bright-cut Old English pattern dessert spoons, various dates and makers, 5oz gross £120 - £180

766 An unusually large Victorian E.P.N.S spirit kettle, stand and burner, serpentine handle, hinged cover, bright-cut engraved with bands of scrolling foliage and oval cartouches, leafy scroll feet, 44cm high, c.1875 £80 - £120

787 A matched set of six William IV Bright-cut Old English pattern dessert forks, William Theobalds & Lockington Bunn, another maker, London 1835 & 1836, 8oz gross £120 - £180

767 Golf - an electro-plated figure, cast as a golfer taking a swing, ebonised base, 11.5cm high £40 - £60

788 A pair of Irish George III silver Bright-cut Celtic Point pattern table spoons, initialled JJ at heel, William Hamy, Dublin 1802; a pair of Irish Fiddle pattern table spoons, probably John Daly, Dublin c.1802 (4), 8oz gross £70 - £100

Flatware 780 A 19th century Fiddle pattern tea spoon, possibly Provincial, struck with JB over WN, lion passant, duty mark, 3 and S, c.1840 The maker’s mark bears comparison with that of James Barber and William North of York £40 - £60

789 A pair of Irish George III silver Fiddle pattern table spoons, Richard Sawyer, Dublin 1815; another, James Scott, Dublin 1822; a Provincial Old English pattern table spoon, Richard Ferris, incuse duty mark, Exeter 1784; another, Joseph Hicks, incuse duty Mark, Exeter 1784 (5) 10oz gross £120 - £180 790 A pair of Irish Provincial silver Fiddle pattern dessert forks/spoons, 16cm long, crested, John & Nicholas Nicolson, Cork, c.1810 Heraldry: Coote Bt. of Ballyfin, as Coote of Ballyclough & Bear Forest, Co. Cork & Coote Hill Co. Cavan. £60 - £100 791 A pair of Victorian seal top spoons, gilded bowls, William Hutton and Sons, London 1899, cased £60 - £70 792 A set of nine Elizabeth II silver King’s pattern soup spoons, Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1954, 28oz gross £250 - £350 793 A set of Scottish early Victorian single struck King’s pattern egg spoons, Edinburgh 1847; a set of twelve teaspoons, conforming (18) 11oz gross £100 - £150

781 781 A Charles I silver seal top spoon, the terminal with pricked initials, 16.5cm long, Benjamin Yates, London 1636 £1,000 - £1,500

794 A set of six Elizabeth II silver King’s pattern teaspoons, Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1951; a set of eleven American Fiddle type pattern teaspoons, the terminals engraved with butterflies and ferns, a Victorian Old English pattern sauce ladle, George Maudsley Jackson, London 1891; various George III and later flatware; two pairs of Victorian silver plated nut crackers, ivory hafts (qty), 27oz weighable silver £300 - £400

782 A George II Rococo silver fish slice, pierced and cast with ho-ho birds, flowers and scrolling foliage, possibly Thomas Nash, London 1759, 4oz £300 - £400 783 A George III and later silver King’s pattern part table service, comprising six table forks, five dessert spoons, five dessert knives and five teaspoons, various dates and makers (21), 44.5oz gross £500 - £700

795 A set of six George III silver hafted dessert knives, threaded borders, London 1793 £120 - £180 796 A set of six George III silver hafted table knives, threaded borders, the blades by Carrington, Regent St, Moses Brent, London 1786 £150 - £200

784 A George III silver Fiddle pattern fish slice, shaped and pierced blade, 30.5cm long, Solomon Hougham, London 1789 £80 - £120 For more images please visit

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797 A set of six George III table knives, the hafts embossed with scrolling acanthus, maker’s mark only, John Lambe, London c.1780 £120 - £180

815 An E.P. on copper boat shaped tea urn and burner, knop finial, domed cover, gadrooned borders, lion mask loose ring handles to sides, rounded rectangular base, bun feet, 27cm high, c.1890 £100 - £150

798 A set of twelve George III silver Hourglass pattern dessert forks, London 1811, 22oz gross £200 - £300 799 A Victorian silver caddy or preserve spoon, the gilded shovel shaped bowl embossed with fruiting vine, long stem with vine leaves and tendrils, 13.5cm long, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1872 £40 - £60 800 A Victorian silver Fiddle pattern matched part table service, comprising six table forks, three dessert forks and three dessert spoons, various dates and makers (12), 26oz gross £200 - £300 802 An Arts and Crafts silver spoon, stylised foliate crown finial, oversize bowl, 12.5cm long, Thomas of New Bond Street, London 1912 £60 - £80 803 An early Victorian silver Fiddle and Thread pattern gravy spoon, Mary Chawner, London 1838; set of six Victorian silver Fiddle and Thread pattern table spoons, A B Savory & Sons, London 1855; ten table forks, similar, various dates and makers (17), 50oz gross £400 - £600

816 816 A 17th century Continental silver marriage casket, probably Dutch, hinged cover with twisted swing handle, engraved with stylised tulips, strapwork and diapers, 6cm wide, c.1650 - 1700 £500 - £700

804 An early Victorian silver Fiddle pattern fish slice, shaped and pierced blade with threaded border, 31cm long, London 1840 £70 - £100 805 An Edwardian Rich Bead type pattern part dessert service, comprising a pair of servers, three pairs of knives and forks and a patisserie spade, Sheffield 1908; a pair of Continental servers, the gilt blades engraved with scrolling leaves, .800 standard (11) £70 - £100 806 An Edwardian silver Stilton cheese scoop, carved ivory haft, 24.5cm long, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1909 £50 - £70 807 An Irish George III Fiddle pattern spoon, engraved with the crest of Hamilton of Moyne and Roundwood, Co. Leix, and of Dublin, 14cm long, Dublin 1800; an early Victorian Old English Shell and Thread pattern sauce ladle, engraved with the crest Gay of Aldborough and Thurning Halls, Norfolk, probably for James Gay of Aldborough, 18cm long, Elizabeth Eaton, London 1849; a Victorian Scroll Rosette pattern dessert spoon, honeysuckle heel, Elizabeth Eaton, London 1850 (3), 6oz £60 - £100

817 817 A 19th century Austrian silver mounted enamel cylindrical scent bottle, painted with a putto fishing, hinged cover enclosing a stopper, 5cm high, Vienna, c.1890 £300 - £500

808 Nine pairs of Victorian silver dessert knives and forks, ivory hafts, William Hutton & Son, Sheffield 1870 £100 - £150

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819 A 19th century Dutch silver rectangular bombé shaped tea caddy, lion final, the sides embossed with courting couples, flowers, scrolls and trellis, 14cm high, pseudo marks, c.1890 £200 - £250 820 A 19th century German silver bombé shaped table centre bowl, leafy scroll rim, chased with cherub masks, leafy scrolls and flowering swags, scroll feet with stiff leaf cut-card work to knees, 27cm wide, .800 standard, Gebruder Somme, c.1890, 21oz £400 - £600 821 A 19th century silver coloured metal mounted mother of pearl cylindrical box and cover, apparently unmarked, 8cm high £40 - £60 822 A Belgian silver table service, for twelve, comprising table forks, table knives, table spoons, fish knives, dessert forks, dessert knives, dessert spoons, fruit forks, fruit knives, cake forks, coffee spoons, nine mocha spoons, eleven ice cream spoons, eleven patisserie forks, three serving spoons, a serving fork, a ladle, a salad server, two pickle forks, a strainer spoon, a teaspoon, two butter knives, a butter curler and two handles, marked .925 (178), 249oz gross £2,000 - £3,000

818 818 A 19th century Dutch silver canted rectangular pedestal sugar box, melon finial, hinged cover, the panelled sides alternately plain and engraved with scrolling foliage, spreading base, cartouche shaped feet, 12cm wide, retailed by G Verschuur, Amsterdam 1844, 9oz gross £600 - £800

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823 A Continental silver figural wager cup, of typical form, 13cm high, import marks for London 1913 £300 - £500

826 A French silver mounted clear glass caviare serving dish, domed cover with knop finial, 16cm diam, c.1920 £300 - £500 827 A George II shaped circular salver, piecrust border, shell feet, 41cm diam, maker P*, London, mid-18th century, 66oz Very rubbed arms appear to be those of Elizabeth Louisa née St. John, dowager Lady Bagot. She was a daughter of 2nd Viscount Bolingbroke & St. John, she married in 1760 William Bagot MP, later (1765) 6th baronet, of Blithfield Hall, Staffs. He was created in 1780 1st Lord Bagot of Bagot’s Bromley. He died 22nd October 1798, and she died 4th February 1820, between which dates this salver must have been engraved with her arms as his widow. £1,000 - £1,200 828 A George II silver pedestal goblet, gadrooned domed circular foot, crested for Mathias of Llangwarran, Pembrokeshire, gilt interior, 17cm high, London 1759, 5.5oz £300 - £350

824 824 A Danish Art Nouveau silver bowed circular table centre bowl, in the manner of Georg Jensen, embossed with three stylised leafy buds, the tall base with scroll brackets terminating in spherical finials, 19.5cm diam, Hemburger, Copenhagen, c.1918, 22oz £400 - £600

829 829 A George II silver spreading cylindrical coffee pot, knop finial, hinged domed cover, ebonised scroll-capped handle, spreading circular foot, 24cm high, Hugh Mills, London 1741, 21.5oz gross £700 - £1,000

825 825 A Danish silver bowl, in the manner of Georg Jensen, flared compressed hemi-spherical bowl, pierced socle wrought and cast with stylised fruiting branches, 10.5cm diam, Dansk Guldsmede Handvaerk, Copenhagen c.1964 - 1973 £150 - £200 For more images please visit

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835 A George III silver Fiddle pattern fish slice, hinged, pierced blades, crested, London 1805, 6.2oz The crest for the Bothamley family £120 - £180

830 A George III cylindrical mustard, shell thumb-piece, hinged cover, angular scroll handle, skirted base, crested Achmuty of Brianstown, Co. Longford, Ireland, 7.5cm high, Jonathan Hayne, London 1813 associated spoon, London 1835 The crest of Achmuty of Brianstown, Co. Longford, Ireland, probably for Thomas Achmuty, son and heir of Col. Samuel Acxhmuty of Brianstown.The house, built in 1723, still exists. £150 - £200

836 836 A George III silver helmet shaped cream jug, engraved with ribbon tied shield cartouche, amongst scrolling foliage, spreading circular base, square plinth, wrigglework borders, 13.5cm high, London 1794 £60 - £100 837 A George III silver pear shaped pepper, acorn knop finial, domed cover, ropetwist borders, domed circular foot, 14cm high, Thomas Daniell, London 1783 £100 - £150 838 A George III silver spreading cylindrical mug, ribbed bands, angular handle, 6.75cm high, London 1808, 3.4oz £100 - £150

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839 A George III style oval tea tray, plain field gadrooned border, acanthus capped fluted handles, 69cm over handles, Birmingham 1926 £700 - £1,000

831 A George III helmet shaped cream jug, beaded rim, reeded lofty scroll handle, square base, 16.5cm, incuse mark, Hester Bateman, London 1784, 3.5oz £100 - £150

840 A George III style shaped circular waiter, piecrust border, plain field, acanthus wrapped knurl feet, 25.5cm diam, Birmingham 1979, 17oz £150 - £200

832 A George III silver baluster cream jug, acanthus capped double scroll handles, three pad feet, 10cm high, London 1766, 2.7g £30 - £50

841 A George IV silver caddy spoon, the bowl fluted and engraved with stylised leaves, wrigglework borders, London 1822 £50 - £70

833 A George III silver boat shaped cream jug, brightcut engraved with shield shaped escutcheons and wrigglework, angular scroll handle, 12.5cm high, London 1801 £50 - £70

842 A George IV silver melon shaped mustard, ball finial, hinged domed cover, chased with flowers and scrolling leaves, acanthus capped double scroll handle, lion paw feet with anthemion scrolls terminating in flowerhead bosses, gilt interior, 11.5cm over handle, J E Terrey & Co, London 1827 £200 - £250

834 A George III silver caddy spoon, pointed terminal, bright-cut engraved throughout, 8cm long, Thomas Wallis, London 1795 £80 - £120

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839 843 A George IV silver single-struck King’s pattern caddy spoon, shovel shaped bowl, Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1821 £70 - £90

849 A George V silver mounted hobnail-cut clear glass spreading cylindrical lemonade jug, faceted loop handle, starcut base, 21cm high, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1923 £200 - £300

844 A George V cut glass and silver mounted stamp moistener with glass roller, pierced circular frame, star cut base, 7cm diam, Birmingham 1912; another, rectangular, London 1909; a desk blotter (3) £40 - £60 845 A George V Neo-Classical Revival silver twohandled oval serving tray, the pierced border applied with bell-husk swags, 56cm wide, Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1913, 85oz £700 - £900 846 A George V pedestal comport, pierced with bands and roundels, conforming domed foot, 25cm diam, Birmingham 1918, 14.5oz James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield £140 - £160 847 A George V silver boat shaped milk jug and sugar basin, angular scroll handles, bun feet, the basin 15.5cm wide, J Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1919; a George VI sauce boat, of George III design, scroll capped handle, gadrooned rim, hoof feet, 19cm long, London 1947 (3), 15oz gross £150 - £200

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848 A George V silver compact, retailed by Asprey & Co, lid engraved with the South Staffordshire regiment emblem, against an engine turned ground, W H Manton, London, 1929 6.5cm £100 - £150

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850 A George V silver novelty menu holder, as a bulldog in a kennel, horseshoe shaped base, 4.5cm high, Reg. No. 617530, Adie & Lovekin, London 1932 £200 - £300

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854 A George V silver sweetmeat basket, lofty divided ribbon-tied handle, the border pierced with scrolling foliage, bell husk rim, spreading foot conforming, 31cm wide, Cooper Brothers & Sons, Sheffield 1912, 27oz £250 - £350 855 A George V silver three piece bachelor’s tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin, scroll handles, the teapot with ebonised fittings, 23cm long, Birmingham 1931, 20.5 gross £200 - £300

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856 A George V silver three-piece half fluted tea services, fluted domed cover, angular scroll handles, teapot 19cm high, Sheffield 1936, 27.5oz £280 - £350

851 A George V silver novelty pin cushion, as a First World War officer’s cap, 5cm wide, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham 1914 £80 - £120

857 A George V silver three-section cigar case, 13cm long, William Neale, Chester 1904, 5oz £100 - £150

852 A George V silver sauce boat of George III design acanthus capped flying scroll handle, piecrust rim, hoof feet, 18.5cm long, Birmingham, 1915, 7.5oz £60 - £80

858 A George V silver two-handled pedestal comport, angular handles, spreading circular base, 12.5cm high, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1912, 11oz £100 - £150

853 853 A George V silver shaped rounded rectangular entree dish, piecrust borders, bayonet loop handle, 25cm wide, Aitken Brothers, Sheffield 1921, 41oz £400 - £500

859 859 A good Victorian Neo-Classical Revival canted rectangular partner’s standish, the rectangular wafer box with Roman lamp shaped taper lighter, lamprey handle, flanked by a pair of cylindrical wells, the covers pierced with central apertures, embossed with swags, egg and acanthus dart border, pen recesses, boldly cast lion paw feet with acanthus to knees, 27cm wide, Edward & John Barnard, London 1869, 36oz £600 - £1,000 860 A graduated pair of Edwardian style shaped circular pedestal sweetmeat dishes, wavy borders pierced with leafy scrolls, domed circular bases, 22.5cm and 18.5cm diam, London 1963; another, similar, 14.5cm diam, Birmingham 1934 (3), 21oz gross £200 - £300 861 A large Continental silver model of a shoe, embossed overall with C-scrolls and trailing roses, 24cm long, import marks for Theodore Hartmann, London 1902, 8oz £700 - £900

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862 A large Edwardian silver two-handled trophy and cover, of half fluted form, lofty dome cover, wheatsheaf finial, acanthus wrapped handles, inscribed Challenge Cup Presented to The Derbyshire Agricultural Horticultural Society by The President His Grace The Duke of Devonshire KG 1904, 51cm high, London 1904, 68.5oz, ebonised glazed case £700 - £900

867 A pair of 19th century Caucasian silver and niello circular boxes and covers, bun shaped knop finials, domed covers, typically engraved and decorated with flowerheads and leafy scrolls, moulded circular bases, gilt interiors, 12.5cm diam, apparently unmarked, c.1850, 30oz gross £2,000 - £3,000

863 A large Edwardian/George V silver rectangular cigarette box, hinged cover, crested, cedar lined, 21cm wide, retailed by Hicklenton & Phillips, London c.1910 (marks worn) £200 - £300

868 868 A pair of Art Deco silver and clear glass stepped baluster sugar casters, ribbed knop finials, geometrically pierced bell shaped covers, star-cut bases, Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1938 £400 - £600

864 864 A large pair of George V silver trumpet shaped vases, wavy rims, spreading circular bases, 31cm high, Birmingham 1917 £120 - £180 865 A late Victorian silver rounded rectangular vesta case, engraved with scrolling foliage and applied with a circular polychrome enamel plaque depicting a bulldog, hinged cover, striker to base, 5cm over loop, Chester 1900 £80 - £120 866 A Mexican silver hip flask, bright-cut engraved with Aztec derived circular device with mask and geometric motifs, screw-fitting cover with hinged hasp, 15cm long, sterling standard, early to mid-20th century, 8oz gross £120 - £180

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869 869 A pair of Art Deco silver rectangular boat shaped sauce boats, reeded scroll handles, stepped bases, 18cm long, Rd. No. 752374, Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1933 & 1934, 13.5oz £150 - £200

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874 A pair of French silver mounted spreading square liqueur decanters, spouted quatrefoil collars, the sides engraved with fruiting branches, 20cm high, c.1900 (lacking stoppers) £100 - £150

875 875 A pair of George III silver bowed circular fluted bottle coasters, draught turned bases, beaded rims, 14.5cm diam, Sheffield 1806 £200 - £300

870 870 A pair of Arts and crafts silver trumpet shaped vases, wavy rims, each applied with faux riveted scrolling strap mounts, on a planished ground, domed bases, 12.5cm high, D & M Davis, Birmingham 1901, 10.5oz gross £300 - £500

876 A pair of George III silver Old English and bright cut table spoons, shell bowls, London 1818; a composed pair of George III silver Hanoverian pattern table spoons, later embossed with berries, London 1775 and 1773, 8.3oz (4) £120 - £180 877 A pair of George III silver Old English Bright cut table spoons, Stephen Adams, London 1788 £80 - £100 878 A pair of George III style silver baluster mugs, acanthus capped double-scroll handles, skirted bases, 12cm high, J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1956, 21oz £200 - £300

871 871 A pair of Continental silver novelty table decorations, as ducks, 15.5cm high, pseudo marks, c.1900 £300 - £400 872 A pair of Danish tear shaped condiments, decorated in blue and red enamel respectively, circular bases, 6cm high, Frigast, mid-20th century, boxed £120 - £180 873 A pair of Edwardian silver novelty menu holders, as owls, 3.5cm high, Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester 1908; a matched set of four Edwardian circular menu holders, 3cm diam, Sampson Mordan & Co, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, Chester 1902 and London 1905 (6) £150 - £200

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879 879 A pair of George V silver half-fluted circular table candlesticks, of George III design, reeded borders, 27.5cm high, London 1942 £200 - £300

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880 A pair of George V silver octagonal baluster peppers, knop finials, pierced covers engraved with lattice, stepped bases, 12cm high, Goldsmiths & Silversmith’s Company Ltd, London 1926 £300 - £400

883 A pair of Victorian silver circular chafing dishes, stands and burners, slightly domed covers, ivory bun finials, the stands with beaded C-scroll legs, 22cm diam, Francis Boone Thomas, London 1889, 78oz gross Heraldry: Crest of the Bothamley family £800 - £1,000

881 A pair of George V silver two-handled sweetmeat dishes, pierced sides, beaded rims, bow and ribbon handles, pierced scroll feet, 14cm diam, Birmingham 1910; another, Sheffield 1898, 5.9oz (3) £60 - £100

884 A pair of Victorian silver fluted oval pedestal sweetmeat dishes, beaded rims, the borders pierced and embossed with scrolling foliage, 16cm wide, London 1893, ensuite with a pair of pierced spoons, cast with scrolling foliage, Birmingham 1894, morroco case, 8.5oz gross £150 - £200 885 A pair of Victorian silver glove stretchers, ribbed hafts, 15cm long, Birmingham 1890; a Victorian boot hook, the silver haft embossed with foliate scrolls, 24cm long, Birmingham 1892; a similar button hook and shoe horn, Chester 1908; etc (5) £60 - £100 886 A pair of Victorian style E.P. on copper three-light table candelabra, fluted shaped square nozzles, drip pans, knops and bases embossed with flowers and scrolling foliage, campana sconces, acanthus grasped reeded scroll branches, 33.5cm high, Viners, 20th century £50 - £70 887 A pair of Victorian style silver circular candlesticks, compressed reel-shaped sconces, embossed throughout with bands of scrolling foliage, 23cm high, Birmingham 1985 £100 - £150

882 882 A pair of Victorian silver columnar candlesticks, detachable shaped circular sconces, spreading square bases, embossed with shepherds and shepherdesses in 18th century dress amongst flowers and scrolling foliage, 17cm high, William Comyns, London 1890 £400 - £600

888 A ‘Queen Anne’ Britannia standard silver circular tazza, moulded border, associated spreading circular foot, 22cm diam, the top London 1707 £400 - £600

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893 890 A Russian silver and niello rounded rectangular snuff box, hinged cover decorated with ships in a harbour, the base with rough seas, gilt interior, 8.5cm wide, 84 zolotnik standard, Dmitri Kolesnikov, Moscow c.1820 £1,500 - £2,000

889 889 A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver toy miniature porringer, spirally half-fluted, flared rim, scroll handles, 3cm high, Edward Jones, London 1705 £200 - £300

891 891 A Scottish William IV silver ogee wine funnel, reeded everted rim, scallop shell tang, curved spout, 16cm long, Walker Crichton, Edinburgh 1835, 3oz £400 - £600 892 A set of five Irish silver Old English pattern table spoons, Cork, John Nicholson (II), c..1791 - 1794, 14.2oz £200 - £300 893 A set of four George V silver and ivory novelty knife rests, as bull horns, the weighted bases embossed with stiff leaves, reeded borders, 7.5cm wide, Henry T Hill & Co, Birmingham 1914 £60 - £100 894 A set of three George IV silver cartouche shaped wine labels, Madeira, Port and Sherry, pierced lettering, the borders embossed with shells and scrolling leaves, 6cm wide, Mary Ann & Charles Reilly, London 1828 £150 - £200

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895 A silver canted rectangular vinaigrette, engraved with cartouche, pierced grille, 2.2cm wide, Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1811 £80 - £120 896 A silver coloured metal tipstaff/mace, crowned compressed globular finial, 35.5cm long, apparently unmarked £100 - £150 897 A silver table centrepiece, as a pheasant, 18cm long, London 1972, 7.4oz £60 - £100 898 A silver-gilt and champleve enamel tea strainer, the handle and border decorated in tones of black and white with scrolling leaves and fruiting branches, 11.5cm long, kokoshnik mark £60 - £100 899 A substantial 19th century German silver boat shaped table dish, chased with leafy scrolls and flowers, centred by vacant C-scroll cartouches, acanthus scroll handles and feet, gilt liner, 50cm wide, .800 standard, Eugen Marcus, c.1890, 54.5oz £1,200 - £1,500

900 900 A substantial Victorian silver sauce boat, gadrooned border, acanthus capped flying-scroll handle, scroll legs with lion masks to knees terminating in paws grasping bun feet, 22.5cm long, Robert Garrard II, London 1863, 24oz Made for the Serbian Royal Court. Cypher G.? [equivalent G.V.] beneath Serbian Crown; Obrenovic period. £400 - £600

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901

901 A substantial Victorian silver two-handled pedestal punch bowl, chased with a broad band of Greek key, the angular scroll handles with guilloche and leafy bosses, grasped by and terminating in acanthus, the lower section with further acanthus, domed foot with a band of lotus leaves, 43.5cm over handles, Martin, Hall & Co, London 1882, 74.5oz £1,200 - £1,500

902 A Victorian Gothic Revival silver mounted clear glass ovoid claret jug, hinged cover, scroll handle, pointed spout, the shaped mounts with leafy pendants, spreading hexafoil base, 22.5cm high, maker EB, London 1879 £300 - £500

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906 A Victorian silver boat shaped inkstand, compressed globular cut clear glass well, the dished stand with pierced border, paw feet, 21.5cm wide, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1899 £150 - £200 907 A Victorian silver boat shaped inkstand, half-fluted bowed urnular well with hinged domed cover surmounted by a pointed knop finial, dished base with gadrooned border centred by scrolling acanthus and shells, the ends terminating in scrolls, paw feet, clear glass liner, 26.5cm wide, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1899, 11oz £250 - £350 908 A Victorian silver card case, engraved with flowers and leafy scrolls on a matt ground, 8.5cm high, Birmingham 1892; an Asprey silver pencil holder, 9.5cm long, London 1900; a silver and mother-of-pearl fruit knife; etc (7) £60 - £100

903 903 A Victorian Rococo Revival silver fluted compressed baluster teapot, assymetric flower finial, hinged domed cover, scroll capped handle, engraved and chased with flowers and scrolls, ivory insulators, crested, Robert Hennell, London 1851, 24oz gross

909 A Victorian silver connoisseur’s magnifying lens, the border pierced and cast with figures and leafy scrolls, the embossed haft conforming, 21.5cm long, Stuart Clifford, London 1887 £150 - £200

Heraldry: arms of Ogle of Ogle, Northumberland £220 - £280

910 A Victorian silver four piece tea service, comprising teapot, water pot, milk jug and two-handled sugar basin, fluted oval knop finials, hinged covers, angular scroll handles, brightcut engraved with swags, strapwork, flowers and scrolling foliage, gilt interiors, skirted bases, the water pot 23.5cm high, Aitken Brothers, Sheffield 1897, 59oz gross £500 - £800

904 A Victorian silver baby’s rattle, embossed with flowers and foliage, six bells, whistle terminal, 10cm long, Birmingham 1872 £100 - £150 905 A Victorian silver baby’s rattle, embossed with flowers and foliage, six bells, whistle terminal, coral haft, 12cm long, Birmingham 1858 £100 - £150

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911 A Victorian silver ink stand, faceted clear glass well, hinged cover, oval boat shaped stand, gadrooned border, scroll feet, 20cm wide, Birmingham 1899 £80 - £120 912 A Victorian silver mounted cylindrical scent bottle, of large proportions, hinged domed cover enclosing a ground stopper, star-cut base, 12.5cm high, William Richard Corke, London 1893 £200 - £300

917 917 A Victorian silver novelty pepper, cast as a pug, seated, facing to the side, 7.5cm high, London 1891 £200 - £300 918 A Victorian silver rectangular blotter, wrythen fluted domed handle, embossed with flowering C-scrolls, leaves and strapwork on a matted ground, 11.5cm wide, William Hutton & Sons, London 1890 £70 - £100 919 A Victorian silver rectangular playing card box, hinged cover enclosing a divided two-section interior, glazed panel to recto, the sides and verso embossed with scrolling foliage on a matted ground, 7.5cm high, Samuel Jacob, London 1899 £200 - £300

913 913 A Victorian silver mounted flattened ovoid wickercovered scent bottle, hinged bayonet fitting domed cover, 7.5cm high, Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1896 £150 - £200 914 A Victorian silver mounted frosted and clear glass slender mallet shaped claret jug, leafy knop finial, hinged domed cover, twisted loop handle, 29cm high, Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1885 £300 - £500 915 A Victorian silver mug, chased and embossed, single loop handle, London 1844 £50 - £80

920 920 A Victorian silver shaped circular inkstand, the compressed globular well with lift-off section and hinged cover surmounted by a pointed leafy knop finial, pierced with leafy strapwork, dished base bright-cut engraved with a band of swags and pendants outlined with wrigglework, pierced border cast with flowers and foliage, leafy vine feet, clear glass liner, 18.5cm diam, George Fox, London 1869 £300 - £500

916 916 A Victorian silver novelty pepper, cast as a dachshund, seated, 9.5cm long, London 1895 £200 - £300

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921 A Victorian silver shaped oval sweetmeat dish, the outswept border pierced and embossed with scrolls, 30.5cm wide, Sheffield 1899, 7oz £80 - £120

932 An American Art Deco silver and enamel circular box, the domed cover engine turned with radiating bands and decorated in rose enamel outlined with a white border, gilt interior, 7.5cm diam, marked Sterling, T839, Gorham, c.1935 £200 - £250

922 A Victorian silver shaped rectangular vinaigrette, engine turned, pierced grille, 3cm long, Birmingham 1846 £60 - £100

933 An American silver brandy saucepan, rolled rim, 21cm over handle, marked Sterling, John Hasselbring, New York, c.1895, 5oz gross £80 - £120

923 A Victorian silver square bombé shaped sweetmeat dish, wavy everted rim, chased and engraved with baskets of flowers, stiff leaves and vacant cartouches, scroll feet with female masks to knees, 19cm diam, Barnards, London 1900, 16.5oz £400 - £600 924 A Victorian silver trophy, the bowl embossed with stylised flowerheads and scrolls, oval cartouche inscribed Mansfield Agricultural Society Challenge Cup, spreading circular foot, beaded border, 22.5cm high, Birmingham 1863, under glass dome, 14oz £120 - £180 925 A Victorian silver trowel, shaped pointed blade bright-cut engraved with leafy stems and outlined with a band of scrolls, the ivory haft carved with fleur-de-lys, 29cm long, Sheffield 1894 £150 - £200 926 A Victorian silver two-handled trophy, inscribed Farm Competition 1925, knopped stem, spreading circular foot, 33.5cm high, Sheffield 1922, 23oz £200 - £300 927 A Victorian silver urnular cafe au lait milk pot, spiral finial, domed cover, ebonised scroll capped handle, lion paw feet, 18cm high, Chester 1892, 8oz gross £100 - £150

934

928 A William IV circular salt, gadrooned rim, boldly cast anthemion cartouche feet with shells to knees, gilt interior, 8.5cm diam, Barnards, London 1832 £40 - £60

934 An American sterling silver novelty stirrup cup, cast with the head of a fox, 6.5cm high, J E Caldwell & Co, Philadelphia, c.1900 £150 - £180

929 A William IV silver circular decanter ring, pierced Sherry, London 1836 £50 - £80

935 An Anglo-Indian silver coloured metal globular teapot and cream jug, hinged domed covers, angular scroll handles, each repousse chased overall with flowers and dense scrolling foliage, scroll feet, apparently unmarked, c.1890; a cream jug, similar (3), 34oz gross £300 - £500

930 A William IV/early Victorian silver melon shaped teapot, flower finial, hinged domed cover, acanthus scroll handle, cartouche shaped feet, the base with inscription to The Revd. Alfred Hackman M.A., Curate of St Paul’s, Oxford, 28.5cm long, Barnards, London 1837, 26oz £200 - £300

936 An Art Deco silver and enamel six piece dressing table suite, comprising a scent bottle, jars, a hand mirror and brushes, each engine turned and decorated in yellow with geometric motifs, the mirror 28cm long, Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1937 £100 - £150

931 An 19th century Austrian fluted campana goblet, gilt interior, domed shaped circular foot, 14cm high,Vienna c.1840 £200 - £300

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937 937 An Art Deco silver-four piece canted boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, water pot, milk jug and twohandled sugar basin, knop finials, hinged domed covers, angular scroll handles, the tea and water pots with Bakelite fittings, the latter 21cm high, Adie Brothers Ltd, Chester 1938, 56oz gross £400 - £600 938 An Art Deco silver mounted mantel clock, octagonal dial, Arabic numerals, conforming case, rectangular base, 13cm high, Birmingham 1920; a pocket watch holder, 8cm high, Sheffield 1911 (2) £60 - £100 939 An Art Deco silver rectangular cigarette box, hinged domed engine turned cover with fluted angles, geometric bracket feet, cedar lined, 13.5cm wide, J Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1912; another, quite plain, London 1912 (2) £60 - £100

942

940 An Art Deco silver tea strainer, reeded border, geometric handle and lug, 17cm long, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1926 £100 - £150

942 An Arts and Crafts silver circular bowl, planished overall, wrought scroll feet, 14.5cm diam, Hugh Wallis, Chester 1911, 9oz £300 - £400

941 An Art Nouveau page turned, the haft embossed with sinuous lines, ivory blade, 35cm long, Birmingham 1897 £50 - £80

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943 943 An Arts and Crafts silver mounted clear glass drinks set, comprising a ewer and a pair of mugs, knop finial, hinged domed cover, angular handles, the pierced mounts with rows of faux rivets and Tudor roses to angles, 33cm and 16cm high, George Angell, London 1873 £1,200 - £1,500

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944

945 An Arts and Crafts style silver table centre bowl, bead-and-reel borders, the pierced socle well cast with trailing roses, 31.1cm diam, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1972, 47oz £500 - £600

944 An Arts and Crafts silver nail buffer, the axehead handle chased with fruit and foliage and cabachon set with a green stone, 20cm wide, The Artificers’ Guild Ltd, London 1927 £80 - £120

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950 An early 20th century Continental silver and enamel curved rounded rectangular vesta case, decorated in polychrome with ladybirds and shamrocks, hinged cover, striker to base, marked .935, c.1910 £400 - £600

946 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a retriever, he stands, mounted on a green onyx dish, 8cm wide, c.1920 £50 - £70 947 An Austrian silver and canary enamel circular rouge box, hinged cover and side engine turned, outlined with a narrow noir enamel band, mirror to verso, gilt interior, 5cm diam, c.1930 £200 - £300

951 An early 20th century silver and enamel circular box and cover, engine turned and decorated overall with roses on a vaseline ground, gilt interior, 6.5cm diam, import marks for Erich Kellerman, London 1909 £400 - £600

948 An early 19th century Continental compressed globular bachelor’s teapot, flower finial, hinged cover, chased with flowers, and C-scrolls, ebonised handle, 19cm long £150 - £200

952 An early George II silver marrow scoop, of typical form, crested 20.5cm long, William Petley, London 1729 £200 - £250

949 An early 19th century Dutch silver rounded rectangular snuff box, hinged cover engraved with flowerheads, strapwork and trellis, gilt interior, 8.5cm wide, c.1820 £80 - £120

953 An early George III Rococo silver snuffer tray, flying double-scroll handle and shaped piecrust border cast with anthemion, ball and claw feet, crested, 19cm wide, Ebenezer Coker, London 1760, 10.5oz £500 - £700

950

954 954 An early George III silver pentafoil five bottle cruet, posted loop handle, rope-twist rim, tracery pierced gallery, slicer-cut bottles, lion paw feet, 21cm high, Edward Aldridge I & Edward Aldridge II, London 1760 £600 - £800 955 An early Victorian Fiddle and Thread pattern gravy spoon, Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1843, 5oz £50 - £80 951

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956 An early Victorian shaped oval two-bottle inkstand, cut clear glass wells, leafy scroll borders, cartouche shaped feet, 20.5cm wide, Barnards, London 1842 £200 - £300

961 An Edwardian silver curved rounded rectangular novelty visiting card case, applied with a fish, hinged cover, 8.5cm wide, S. Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1902 £100 - £150 962 An Edwardian silver oval easel photograph frame, the border embossed with a repetitive motif of simple anthemion, 19.5cm high, 1907 £50 - £70 963 An Edwardian silver rectangular easel dressing mirror, embossed with flowerheads and scrolls, 21cm x 14cm, marks rubbed £100 - £150 964 An Edwardian silver rectangular easel photograph frame, pierced and embossed with flowers and scrolling foliage, crested by a vacant cartouche, 21.5cm high, H Matthews, Birmingham 1902; a pair of Edwardian shaped rectangular easel photograph frames, wrapped reeded scroll borders, 17cm high, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1909 (3) £100 - £150

957 957 An Edwardian shaped circular tray, the field engraved with roundel and ovals amongst foliate scrolls, laurel and bud border, claw and ball feet, 33cm diam, Elkington and Co, Birmingham 1903, 34oz £300 - £400 958 An Edwardian silver and ivory page turned, quite plain, 38cm long, London 1904 £50 - £70 959 An Edwardian silver circular pedestal bowl, engraved and chased with flowerheads and flowering leafy scrolls, moulded foot, 20.5cm diam, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1909, 16oz £150 - £200

965 965 An Edwardian silver rectangular playing card box, the hinged cover with a pair of bevelled glazed panels decorated in polychrome and gilt with heraldic card backs, enclosing two cedar lined compartments, 15cm wide, Griffiths & Singleton, Birmingham 1903 £60 - £100

960 An Edwardian silver curved rounded rectangular cigarette case, engraved with an Art Nouveau lady, bust length, with flowing wisps of hair, 8cm wide, Charles Cooke, Chester 1907 £60 - £100

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969 An Indian silver coloured metal oval standish, the square wells with hinged domed fluted covers before a tiered pen rest, the domed base with pen recess, chased with elephants, lions, lotus and scrolling flowering stems, scroll feet, 17cm wide, apparently unmarked, c.1900 £40 - £60

966 966 An Edwardian silver shell shaped sweetmeat dish, pierced and embossed with flowers and leafy scrolls, fluted ball feet, 23cm wide, Aitken Brothers, Sheffield 1905, 11.5oz £120 - £180

970 970 An Irish George II/early George III silver two-bottle cruet, spiral knop finials, facetted slender mallet shaped bottles, gadrooned rims, acanthus capped scroll handle, the sides pierced with quatrefoil, ball and claw feet, crested, 21cm high, maker WI, Dublin c.1760 £200 - £300

967 967 An Edwardian silver sugar dredger, domed pierced cover, embossed overall with leafy scrolls on a matt ground, 19cm high, George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester 1902, 8.7oz £300 - £400 968 An Edwardian silver three-piece boat shaped tea service, comprising teapot, milk jug and two-handled sugar basin, hinged domed cover, scroll capped handles, gadrooned borders, fluted angles, ball feet, the teapot with Bakelite fittings, 26.5cm long, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1908, 28oz gross £250 - £350

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971 An unusually large George VI drum mustard, chairback thumbpiece, acanthus capped double scroll handle, the side pierced with intersecting quatrefoil and circles, reeded borders, blue glass liner, 10cm diam, retailed by John Durden, London, William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1937 £400 - £600 972 Christopher Nigel Lawrence - a modern silver parcel gilt five piece drinks suite, comprising a tapered cylindrical jug and four beakers, each with barked and textured surface, the jug 32cm high, London 1971, 68oz gross £800 - £1,200

975

973 David Andersen - a Norwegian silver baluster vase, quite plain, 15cm high, 7557/150, import marks for London 1963 £40 - £60

975 Horse Racing - a George III rounded rectangular silver rounded rectangular snuff box, the hinged cover embossed with a pair of horses approaching the finish, an excited crowd watching on, the side with scrolling foliage, 8.5cm wide, Cornelius Bland, London 1818 £250 - £350

974 Derbyshire Military History - a Victorian hemi-ovoid pedestal goblet, inscribed 1st V.B. Derbyshire Regiment, D Company, Challenge Cup, Presented in 1900 above a list of recipients, knop to stem, domed circular foot, 26cm high, London 1892, loaded base £60 - £100

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976, 932, 947, 1834, 1833, 1832 & 1840

976 Hunting - a rare Edwardian silver and enamel rectangular novelty vesta case, decorated in polychrome with eight foxhounds in a stable, hinged cover, striker to base, 4.5cm wide, Sampson Mordan & Co., Chester 1905 £1,200 - £1,800 977 Tiffany & Co - an American silver circular fruit bowl, quite plain, reeded rim, engraved with stylised initials JGW, 20.5cm diam, shape no. 83843, stamped Tiffany & Co, Makers, Sterling, early 20th century, 14oz £300 - £400 978 A Thai sterling silver rectangular cigarette box, the hinged cover embossed with Buddhavista and scrolls, cedar lined, the cover with presentation plaque, Presented to Colonel E J Bardell OBE United Kindon Military Adviser Representative to SEATO with compliments Air Chief Marshall Bangkok 18th September 1974, 20.5cm wide £60 - £100

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979 979 A good Japanese rectangular cigar box, in relief with blossoming prunus branches, the interior hardwood lined, hinged cover, 21.5cm wide, 10cm high, 13.5cm deep, by Musashiya Yokhoma, early 20th century £1,000 - £1,500

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Watches

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985

995

985 A Breitling Chronometer Automatic gentleman’s wristwatch, the blue dial with gold markers and three gold subsidiary dials, date aperture, stainless strap, certificate no.62202, boxed £800 - £1,200

992 A Rolex Oyster Royal gentleman’s stainless steel wristwatch, 2.5cm circular dial with baton markers, inscribed Shock Resisting, black leather Rolex strap, boxed £300 - £500

986 A gentleman’s Longines stainless steel chronograph wristwatch, the white dial with baton markers, centre seconds and subsidiary constant seconds, thirty minute and hour recording dials, integral bracelet, serial no.30182307, Longines case £220 - £280

993 A Swiss silver Goliath type pocket watch, The Atlas Watch, 5.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, the keyless movement numbered 564341, 9.5cm over loop, .935 standard, early 20th century £100 - £120 994 An 18ct gold Corum wristwatch, brushed gold rectangular face, baton markers, leather strap £500 - £800

988 A George III silver pair cased pocket watch, by Peter Bedell, Hull, 4.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, the fusee movement signed and numbered 1710, 8.5cm over loop, Chester 1820 £100 - £150

995 An Art Deco Crusader Tank gentleman`s wristwatch, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, 9ct yellow gold case, leather strap £200 - £300 996 An Art Deco diamond and platinum lady’s wristwatch, 1cm rectangular silvered dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, the canted rectangular bezel and geometric shoulders encrusted with stones and chips, sapphire cabachon to winding crown, c.1930 £300 - £400

989 A George III silver pair cased pocket watch, white dial, Roman numerals, inscribed Jullion, Brentford, no.2994, London 1783 £150 - £180 990 A lady’s Cartier Pantere wristwatch, 18ct gold and stainless steel, square silvered dial, black Roman numerals, blued steel hands, yellow bezel, blue cabochon spinel to winder, two yellow and three steel panther style bracelet, no.W25066Z6, 45gm, boxed £600 - £1,000

997 An Art Deco shagreen and sterling silver Movado sliding purse watch, Arabic numerals, enamel hands, manual wind, patent 2328 £100 - £150 998 An Omega Seamaster gentleman’s wristwatch, silvered dial, baton markers, date aperture, leather strap £500 - £700

991 A mid 20th century J W Benson gentleman`s wristwatch, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, 9ct yellow gold case, leather strap £100 - £150

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Jewellery 1000 A Victorian yellow metal and diamond cane brooch, the faux bamboo cane with central heart, set with thirteen brilliant cut stones, 7.5cm long, 7g £100 - £150 1002 A blue diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut, scroll set, approx 0.84ct, white metal shank, finger size L, 1.6 £200 - £300 1003 A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut, approx 0.5ct, 18ct white gold shank, finger size Q, 2.7g £400 - £450 1004 A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut, approx 0.5ct, 18ct yellow gold shank, finger size Q, 3g £400 - £450

1009

1005 A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut, approx 0.78ct, 18ct white gold shank, finger size L, 3.5G £700 - £900 1006 A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut, crown set, approx 1.13ct, 18ct white gold shank, finger size O, 1.6g £600 - £700 1007 A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut, crown set, approx 1.18ct, 18ct gold shank, finger size N, 2.3g £600 - £700 1008 A diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut, crown set, approx 1.31ct, 18ct gold shank, finger size P, 2.3g £1,000 - £1,200

1010

1009 A diamond solitaire ring, princess cut, approx 0.84ct, white metal shank, finger size M, 3.5g £700 - £800 1010 A diamond three-stone ring, brilliant cut, approx total weight 2.2ct, 18ct white gold shank, finger size N, 4.5g £1,000 - £1,200 1011 A ruby solitaire ring, 18ct gold shank, finger size M, 2.8G £350 - £450 1012 A 9ct gold, pearl and garnet necklace, the stones set into stylised leaves, 40cm long, 9g £150 - £200 1013 1013 A butterfly brooch, set with opals, seed pearls and rubies, 9ct gold mount, 2.5cm wide, 3.3g £200 - £250

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1017 1017 A diamond and ruby brooch, set with fifty-one stones, the yellow coloured metal mount pierced and engraved, 16.5cm long, 10.5g £280 - £350 1018 A diamond and sapphire lady’s ring, central oval cut sapphire claw set within a band of ten brilliant cut diamonds, 18ct yellow gold mount, ring size O, 5.5g gross £600 - £1,000 1019 A diamond cluster ring, set with nine brilliant cut stones, platinum shoulders, 18ct gold shank, finger size O, 3.7G £200 - £300

1020 1020 A diamond cluster ring, set with twenty-five brilliant cut stones, 18ct gold shank, finger size N, 4g £300 - £500 1014 1014 A Chinese coral and jade necklace, carved and pierced roundel, the chain with coral beads and pierced and carved fancy jade links, 40cm long £2,000 - £3,000 1015 A diamond and black opal convertible pendant/ brooch, as a vase of flowers, the petals set with seven brilliant cut stones, approx 0.35cts in total, the central 1.5cm x 1cm Lightning Ridge opal of good colour, 18ct yellow gold mount, 5.5cm long, 7.6g £1,500 - £2,000 1016 A diamond and emerald ballerina ring, the rectangular cut cornered set cut emerald, approx 12 carats, surrounded by thirty-eight tapered baguette diamonds, total carat weight approx 3.8ct, 18ct white gold shank, finger size O, 13.9gm £3,000 - £4,000

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1021 1021 A diamond pendant, set with flowerhead flanked by two further stones, the mount with central cross and pierced, 9ct gold mount, 4cm long, 11g £300 - £500

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1022 A diamond set bow brooch, emerald coloured drop pendant, 2.5mm, 7g £250 - £300 1023 A diamond set crest brooch, thirty-seven old cut stones, white metal mount, 2.75mm, 6g £250 - £300 1024 A diamond solitaire ring, old cut, eight claws, approx weight 0.98ct, 18ct white gold shank, £400 - £600 1025 A diamond three stone ring, brilliant cut stones, claw set, 18ct white gold shank, finger size N, 4.8g £1,500 - £2,000

1025

1026 A diamond three stone ring, with central larger stone, flanked by smaller, the shoulders set with five stones, total carat weight approx 0.9ct, platinum shank, 4.4g £1,000 - £1,200 1027 A George III memorial ring, set with amethysts, the enamelled shank inscribed Zachary Bayley OB 18th December 1769, finger size S £1,200 - £1,800 1028 A George III pendant, with pear shaped foil back central stone, surrounded by seventeen old cut diamond, below a small stone and nine garnets, the verso inscribed FUR: DEIN: AN GEWEN: TEN: FIEIS: I.F.L.H. 1781 £1,200 - £1,800

1027

1029 A George III three stone ring, with central oval stone flanked by two smaller, yellow metal shank, 2.5g £1,000 - £1,200 1030 A lady’s five stone diamond ring, total weight 0.555ct, white metal shank, 5g £250 - £300 1031 A lady’s Swinger ring, designed by Teufel, with central concentric moveable circles, around a brilliant cut sapphire, the stones of blue, green and yellow, total weight 0.95cs, 14ct shank, 4g £400 - £600 1032 A large 19th century shaped oval brooch, set with garnet, surrounded by eight smaller, the yellow metal mount, pierced and engraved, 6cm long, 19g £280 - £350 1033 A late 19th century large pear cut citrine facetted pendant, gold mounted with a 15ct clasp; a pair of similar pendant droplet earrings; a ring set with an old cut oval citrine, probably 15ct yellow gold, ring size N £150 - £200 1034 A late 19th century Limoges enamel pendant, the central polychrome enamel plaque enamelled with medieval warrior, the verso with initials, possibly for A. Meyer, sinuous yellow metal mount, jadite drop, 8cm long, c.1890 £200 - £300

1028

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1035 A late Victorian diamond set twelve point star brooch/pendant, forty-three grain set Old European cut stones, total weight approx 1.8ct, hinged pin and hook, 35mm, c.1840, 3.8g £500 - £600 1036 A mid 19th century 15ct gold chain bracelet, the chased scroll work clasp set with a hardstone portrait cameo, c.1840, 60g £800 - £1,200 1037 A opal ring, surrounded by sixteen brilliant cut stones, finger size M, 18ct gold shank £400 - £600 1038 A pair of 18th century foil back pendant earrings, set with pear and oval facetted stones, on silver coloured metal mounts, 5.5cm long, c.1750 £800 - £1,200

1032

1039 1039 A pair of chandelier earrings, set with oval pink coral stones surrounded by brilliant cut diamonds, diamonds total weight approx 3.9ct, 6cm long £3,500 - £4,000

1034

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1040 1040 A pair of citrine stud earrings, the oval stones set in pierced scroll and beaded mounts, yellow coloured metal mounts, 13g £300 - £500 1041 A pair of diamond cluster earrings, each with thirtyseven stones, 18ct gold mounts, convertible for pierced and stud earrings, 8.8g £300 - £400

1044 1044 A pair of Jadite pendant earrings, of tear drop form, on diamond and white metal chains, hook clasps, 7cm long £1,000 - £1,500 1045 A pair of opal earrings, the oval stones surrounded by sixteen brilliant cut stones, yellow metal mounts £600 - £1,000

1042 1042 A pair of diamond stud earrings, brilliant cut stones, white metal mounts £600 - £1,000

1043

1046

1043 A pair of flower earring, set with brilliant cut stone surrounded by six smaller and further diamond chips, 18ct gold white metal mounts, 4g £1,200 - £1,600

1046 A pair of pendant earrings, set with diamonds and amethysts, on yellow coloured metal, engraved, 6cm long, 5.7g £500 - £600

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1051 A seven-stone diamond ring, 18ct white gold shank, finger size N, 5.5g £500 - £800 1052 A three- stone diamond pendant, brilliant cut, mounted vertically, 14ct gold mount £600 - £800

1047 1047 A Persian contemporary crossover ring, set with red and blue coral and three diamonds on a bark effect ground, 15ct gold mount and shank, 13.3g £200 - £300

1053 1053 A three-stone opal ring, the oval stones divided by three diamonds, scroll mount, 18ct gold shank, finger size N, 5.5g £500 - £800 1054 A Victorian gold and diamond hinged ‘Etruscan’ bangle, set with three brilliant cut stones, 6.25cm wide, 29g £500 - £700 1055 A yellow diamond solitaire ring, heart shaped, approx 1.5ct, 18ct white gold shank, finger size 0. 3g £1,200 - £1,400

1048 1048 A Persian smokey quartz ring, high filigree yellow metal mount, dimensions of smokey quartz approx length 1.6cm, width 1.5cm, 11.8g £150 - £200 1049 A salmon brooch, realistically enamelled, on sterling silver, 5.5cm ling £150 - £200

1050 1050 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the facetted oval stone surround by fourteen brilliant cut stones, 18ct white gold and platinum mount, finger size N, 5g £1,000 - £1,500

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1056 1056 An 18ct gold oval locket, set with pearls and diamonds, 4.5cm high, 47.7g £1,200 - £1,600

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1057 An 18ct white gold diamond set tennis bracelet, thirty-nine brilliant cut diamonds, length 16cm, weight 16gm £1,000 - £1,500 1058 An early Victorian foil back Ceylon sapphire, four rose cut diamonds to shoulders, approx weight 6ct, 15ct shank, c.1840, 6g £1,000 - £1,200 1059 An Edwardian christening bracelet, square set L, enamelled in white and applied with diamonds, mounted on yellow metal, black web strap, boxed £80 - £120 1060 An Edwardian opal necklace, the forty-four graduated polished spherical opals interspersed with faceted white glass beads, 40cm long, c.1910 £250 - £350 1061 An impressive diamond clip, the round brilliant cut stones in white claw and arranged in a geometric formation, hinged and in four sections, 9.5cm wide, 29g £2,500 - £3,000

1065 1065 An unusual stick pin, carved as with the bust of an African lady, diamond eyes, yellow metal crown, hair piece, necklaces, applied with diamonds, pearl earrings, 8cm long £1,000 - £1,500

1062 An impressive sapphire and diamond set 18ct gold necklace, with seven sapphire and diamond heart shaped pendants, divided by alternate set smaller hearts, the chain mounted with one-hundred and seven brilliant cut stones; a pair of earrings en suite, set with a large and small heart divided by a single diamond, approx 18ct of diamonds and 18ct of sapphires £5,000 - £8,000 1063 An impressive sapphire and diamond set dress ring, the heart shaped ring with diamond set shoulders, 18ct white gold shank, 15g £600 - £1,000

1066 1066 Cartier - a white enamelled bar brooch, terminating with pearls, inscribed Cartier Paris, French control marks and numbered 5365 £600 - £800 1067 A snake ring, set with old cut diamond, 14ct gold shank, finger size W, 6g

1068

1064

1068 A Sri Lanka sapphire ring, large central stone, approx 5.31ct, the shoulders stepped with six baguette cut diamonds to each side, white metal shank, finger size K, 6.6g £10,000 - £12,000

1064 An opal and diamond ribbon brooch, set with central roundel, the white metal mount, pierced, 3.5cm wide, 12.5g £200 - £250

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1069 A six stone diamond wedding band, brilliant cut stones, 18ct white gold, 9.8g £2,000 - £2,500 1070 A 19th century amethyst ring, the mount in yellow metal and engraved with stylised flowerhead and foliage, finger size M, 4.9g 1071 The Alderney 2008 The Prince of Wales Gold Kilo Coin, denomination £1,000, alloy 0.918au, mintage 29/30, 1091g £28,000 - £32,000 1072 A diamond lady's three stone ring, the central round brilliant cut stone flanked by a pair of smaller stones, approx 0.54ct in total, collet set, platinum shank £250 - £350 1069

1073 A diamond set 18ct white gold Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day Date gentleman's wristwatch, 3cm mother of pearl dial with studded baton markers, the bezel and bracelet encrusted with further chips £2,000 - £3,000

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Day Two Thursday 4th July at 1.45pm

Pictures, Prints, Maps & Books

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Watercolour 1075 **Boden (19th Century) Cattle Watering signed, dated 1870, watercolour, 24cm x 32cm £60 - £100 1076 **Hayworth Springtime oil on canvas, 62cm x 75cm

1080 A Miloul Apres L’Offensive 1917, le Victorieux Tommy signed, titled, watercolour and pencil, 23cm x 13.5cm £60 - £100 1081 A**E**Cole (Early 19th Century) Portrait of a Young Beauty signed, dated 1838, watercolour, 37cm x 25cm

£120 - £180

£100 - £150 1082 Alfred Keene Still life of poppies in a stoneware jug signed, watercolour, 38cm x 27cm

£60 - £100

1083 Arthur D Evans Still Waters signed, watercolour, 35cm x 52cm

£70 - £100

1084 Arthur Kemp Tebby (1865- 1935 ) Excuse me Sir! signed, pen and ink, 26cm x 29cm 1085 Bernard Evans (20th Century) Knaresborough, Yorkshire signed, titled, watercolour, 35cm x 51cm £70 - £100 1077 1086 Birket Foster Extensive Landscape bears initials, watercolour, 8.5cm x 12cm

1077 **M Ross (late 19th Century) Portrait of Walter Evans’ Wife and Her Sister signed, pastel, 37cm x 35cm The lady pictured in the foreground is Ada Roscow Evans and the lady behind is her sister, the last known family member of the Evans family and the second wife of Walter Evans and she died at the age of 68 in 1929, that brought the Evans family line to an end £200 - £300 1078 **McColl View Across the Bay signed, watercolour, 35cm x 24.5cm

1087 Boydell, by and after, A View of Matlock in Derby Shire, coloured engravings, 27cm x 43cm

£50 - £70

1088 British School (20th Century) A set of eight, Street Scenes and Industrial Landscapes one indistinctly initalled and dated, 29cm x 40.5cm and 34cm x 26.5cm £60 - £100

£50 - £80

1089 C**Dixon (19th Century) A Pair, Going to Market and Returning Home signed, dated 1867, watercolour and pencil, 24cm x 33cm £60 - £100

1079 A J Smith (Royal Battalion Light Infantry) Shelley Does a Bit of Business During Recreation Leave signed, pen and ink sketch, 22cm x 35cm £70 - £100

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£150 - £200

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1090 C**J**Fox The Farm Yard signed, watercolour, 26.5cm x 36cm

1094 Constant David Ludovic Artz (Dutch 1870-1951) Ducks and Ducklings on the River Bank signed, watercolour and bodycolour, 35cm x 50.5cm £1,200 - £1,800

£60 - £100

1091 Captain James S Mitchell (19th Century) Sybille & Forte, off Calcutta Heads signed, dated 1893, label to verso, watercolour, 14cm x 27cm £70 - £100

1095 Continental School (19th Century) Chartres Cathedral titled, watercolour, 62.5cm x 43.5cm

1092 Cecil Jack Keats Feeding the Chickens, near Guildford signed, watercolour, 34.5cm x 25.5cm

1096 Continental School (Early 20th Century) View Across The Bay watercolour, 34cm x 49cm £60 - £100

£60 - £100

1097 David Bruce Conklin (20th Century) Stream and Bridge signed, watercolour, 34.5cm x 24.5cm

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£100 - £150

£50 - £80


1098

1105

1098 David Roberts, R.A. (1796-1864) The Ruins of the Eastern Portico of The Tempus of Baalbec signed, titled, watercolour and pencil, 33cm x 48cm £300 - £500 1099 Edward Duncan (1803-1882) Storm at Sea signed, pen, bistre ink and watercolour, 13cm x 18.5cm £70 - £100 1100 Edwin Nichol ARA (1855-1923) Returning Home with the Harvest signed, watercolour, arched, 34cm x 25cm 1101 Emma Ciardi (Italian 1879-1933) By the Desert Water Hole signed, gouache, 17cm x 24.5cm 1102 English School (18th Century) Landscapes pen and inks, various sizes (4)

£200 - £300

£200 - £300

1105 English School (19th Century) Lady with a Harp watercolour, 46cm x 31cm

£200 - £300

1106 English School (19th Century) Portrait of a Soldier watercolour, oval, 32cm x 27cm

£50 - £80

1107 English School (20th Century) Fishing in the Stream oil on board, 40cm x 58cm

£100 - £150

1108 F H Mason (1875-1965) Moored Boats at Whitby signed, watercolour, 33cm x 23cm

£100 - £150

1109 F J Milward (Early 20th Century) Young Farmyard Friends signed, dated 1916, watercolour, 18.5cm x 32cm £60 - £100

£80 - £120 1110 F**W**Ridley Fishermen off the Jetty signed, watercolour, 20cm x 35cm; others (3) £200 - £300

1103 English School (19th Century) A Set of Three, Fishing, Resting and Minding the Cattle pencils, 12cm x 10.5cm, framed as one £40 - £60

1111 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) A Summer’s Stroll in Derbyshire signed, watercolour, 28cm x38cm

1104 English School (19th Century) Galleons off the Shore signed with initials, watercolour, 22cm x 32cm £120 - £180

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£250 - £350


1112

1113

1112 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1936) Cottage Garden with Mother and Child, Chellaston signed, dated 1895, watercolour, 28cm x 43cm £250 - £350 1113 Frank Gresley (1855 - 1938) A Derbyshire Farmstead signed, watercolour, 18.5cm x 28.5cm £250 - £350 1114 French School (World War I) French Soldiers in a Trench watercolour on postcard, 13cm x 8.5cm

£60 - £100 1116

1115 George Goodwin Kilburne RI (1839 - 1924) A Game of Chess signed, watercolour, 25cm x 35cm £400 - £600

1116 George Goodwin Kilburne RI (1839 - 1924) Adoring Eyes signed, watercolour, 25cm x 35cm £400 - £600

1115

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1117 1117 George Goodwin Kilburne RI (1839 - 1924) Afternoon Tea signed, watercolour, 36cm x 53cm £600 - £1,000

1121 H** de Cort Antwerp signed, ink sketch, 26cm x 45cm

£60 - £100

1122 Harold Gresley (1892 - 1967) A Pair, Lion Rock and Peveril Castle, Derbyshire signed, titled, pencil and watercolour, 18cm x 26cm £200 - £300

1118 Gerald Kestwick (20th Century) Mount Orgueil Castle signed, dated 1922, watercolour, 23.5cm x 36cm £60 - £100

1123 Henri-Lucien Cheffer Somme 1916 printed monogram, titled, 22cm x 18cm

1119 Gunner F J Mears (d.1929) Stretcher Bearers unsigned, titled to verso in pencil, watercolour, 9cm x 13cm Provenance: Bonhams, Bury St Edmunds, 07/09/06, Lot 362 £150 - £180

1124 Henry Bright (1814-1873) The Rustic Path signed, watercolour, 28.5cm x 48cm

1120 H Measkam RCA (Late 19th/Early 20th Century) A Derbyshire Brook, with cattle watering signed, watercolour, 24.5cm x 37cm £100 - £150

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£150 - £180

£80 - £120


1131 J Reginald Goodman (19th Century) Village Church signed, watercolour, 34cm x 49cm

£70 - £100

1132 J** Saxon (20th Century) Malham, Yorkshire signed, titled, watercolour, 27cm x 37.5cm

£50 - £70

1133 J**W**Clayton (20th Century) The Long Walk Home signed, watercolour, 15.5cm x 33.5cm

£40 - £60

1134 1134 James Gillray (1757 - 1815) Execution, The Piano Recital titled, cartoon, pen and watercolour, 14cm x 20cm £200 - £300

1125 1125 Henry Ryland (British 1856-1924) When The Heart Is Young signed, watercolour, 35.5cm x 25cm

1135 James Price (1818 - 1876) The Dusk Conversation signed, watercolour, 32cm x 46.5cm

£1,200 - £1,800 1126 In the Manner of Henry Alken Riding Out watercolour, oval, 22cm x 3cm 1127 In the manner of Raoul Dufy Orchestra bears signiture, watercolour, 14.5cm x 47cm

1136 James Stephen Gresley (1829 - 1908) A pair, At the Manor House Door and Resting on the Riverbank signed, watercolours, 22cm x 16.5cm £400 - £600

£120 - £180

£60 - £100

1137 Jenny M Handel (Contemporary) A Peacock Butterfly on Peonies signed, watercolour, 20.5cm x 14.5cm

1128 Indian School (19th/early 20th Century) A set of twenty six, Figures in Traditional Dress watercolour and gouache, 11cm x 7.5cm; others, similar (38) (8 frames) £600 - £1,000

£80 - £120 1138 Jenny M Handel (Contemporary) Butterflies on an Apple Tree signed, watercolour, 20.5cm x 14.5cm

1129 Indian School (19th/early 20th Century) A set of twenty six, Figures in Traditional Dress watercolour and gouache, 11cm x 7.5cm; others, similar (38) (8 frames) £600 - £1,000 1130 Italian School (Early 20th Century) The Grand Canal, Venice, signed, watercolour,18cm x 43cm

£80 - £120 1139 Jenny M Handel (Contemporary) Kingfisher by a Lake signed, watercolour, 18cm x 12cm

£60 - £80

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£60 - £100

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£80 - £120


1140 John Eyre (19th Century) Collecting Straw signed, watercolours, 25.5cm x 35cm; another, Ludlow Castle, Shropshire, 25.5cm x 39cm (2) £60 - £100

1149 1149 Martin Hardie C.B.E. R.S.W.(1875-1952) Taking Down The Sails signed, dated 1927, watercolour, 26cm x 34cm £100 - £150 1150 Maud Hollyer (fl.1900-1910) By the Cottage Gate signed, watercolour, 61cm x 81cm

1141 (one of a pair)

£500 - £800

1141 John H Harding (1770- 1846) A Pair, The Two Milkmaids and At The Cottage Door signed, dated 1792, watercolours, 44cm x 33cm £500 - £600 1142 John Nash Me Lud and Gentlemen of the Brewery signed, titled, pen and ink sketch, 13cm x 17.5cm £200 - £300 1143 John Worsley (1919 - 2000) Last Orders, female nude signed, dated ‘58, 52cm x 34cm £60 - £100

1151 Michael Crawley 42nd Street, New York signed, watercolour, 26.5cm x 22cm

£50 - £70

1152 Michael Crawley Brook Walk, West End, Derby signed, watercolour, 21cm x 29cm

£50 - £80

1153 Michael Crawley Cattle Market, Derby signed, watercolour, 15.5cm x 25cm

£50 - £80

1144 Joseph Galia (Late 19th Century) Malta , St Angelo from Customs House Steps signed, titled, watercolour, 28cm x 36cm £100 - £150

1154 Michael Crawley Easter Fair, Morledge, Derby signed, watercolour, 21.5cm x 27cm

£50 - £80

1145 Joseph Galia (Late 19th Century) The Old City of Malta, Mdina signed, titled, watercolour, 28cm x 36cm

1155 Michael Crawley Grand Harbour, Senglea, Malta signed, watercolour, 15cm x 53cm

£100 - £150

£100 - £150

£80 - £120

1156 Michael Crawley High Country, New Zealand signed, watercolour, 31cm x 33.5cm

£60 - £100

1147 Joseph Pighills (1902-1984) A Rural Street signed, watercolour, 24cm x 36cm; another (2) £60 - £100

1157 Michael Crawley Morledge, Derby signed, watercolour, 21.5cm x 27cm

£50 - £80

1148 Katherine Montague Wyatt (Early 20th Century) Meandering River signed, watercolour, 21.5cm x 30cm £50 - £80

1158 Michael Crawley Old Grand Central Station signed, watercolour, 23.5cm x 36cm

£70 - £100

1146 Joseph Pighills (1902 - 1984) Rowing Boat on the Beach signed, watercolour, 26.5cm x 37cm

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1159 Michael Crawley Pin Mill, Suffolk signed, watercolour, 27cm x 37cm 1160 Michael Crawley River Thames, Billingsgate signed, watercolour, 17.5cm x 28.5cm 1161 Michael Crawley River Thames, Greenwich Reach signed, watercolour, 23.5cm x 48cm

£50 - £80

1164 Michael Crawley The Thaw signed, watercolour, 42cm x 43cm

£70 - £100

£60 - £90

1165 Michael Crawley Thors Cave, Manifold Valley signed, watercolour, 39cm x 29cm

£50 - £80

1166 Michael Crawley Willoughby on the Wolds and Broomhead Moor, Derbyshire signed, watercolours, 26cm x 36cm (2) £80 - £120

£100 - £150

1162 Michael Crawley Silk Mill, River Derwent, Derby signed, watercolour, 15.5cm x 23.5cm

£50 - £80

1163 Michael Crawley The Hollow, Mickleover, Derby signed, watercolour, 21.5cm x 27cm

£50 - £80

1167 Nancy Livingstone (20th Century) On the Forth, Near Lauriston and Spring in the Arboretum signed, dated 1931, oils, 23.5xm x 28cm £100 - £150 1168 Paul Braddon (fl.1890 - 1910) Digbeth from the Bullring, Birmingham signed, watercolour and crayon, 46cm x 63cm £300 - £400 1169 Paul Mayes Coronation 1953 signed, dated 1953, 36.5cm x 54cm

1169

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£2,000 - £3,000


1170 Persian Islamic School Figures Playing Polo watercolour, oval, 12.5cm x 17.5cm

1175 Robert Hardie Condie (1898 - 1981) Bridge of Balgie, Glenn Lyon signed, watercolour, 32.5cm x 42.5cm Paper label to verso for Warwick Galleries Limited, Birmingham £70 - £100

£60 - £100

1171 Persian Islamic School (19th century or earlier) A Manuscript Illustration, figures of the Court, with calligraphy watercolour, 26.5cm x 16.5cm £60 - £100

1176 Robert Harris (1849 - 1919) The Swan signed, watercolour, 24.5cm x 35cm

1172 R** B** Johnston (Late 19th Century) Fishing on the River Bank, Lake District signed, watercolour, 23.5cm x 35cm £100 - £150

£100 - £150

1177 Robert Knowles Snr A Pair, Pony Tracks on the Buffalo Trail signed Bob 95, watercolour, 27.5cm x 37.5cm £70 - £100 1178 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) 32nd Regt Madras Infantry watercolour, 31.5cm x 24cm; another, 7th Bengal Native Infantry,20cm x 17.5cm (2) £70 - £100 1179 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) 4th Dragoons, 1808 watercolour, 27cm x 38cm

£70 - £90

1180 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) A Pair, Dragoon, 1812 watercolour, 25cm x 17.5cm £70 - £100 1181 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) Chasseurs A Cheval, 2nd Regiment, 1815 titled, watercolour, 25cm x 37cm £60 - £70

1173

£60 - £70

1183 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) Gordon Highlanders, 1890 watercolour, 25cm x 17.5cm

£50 - £80

1184 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) Hanoverian Grenadier, 1750 watercolour, 38cm x 27cm

£50 - £70

1185 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) Inns of Court, 1804 signed with initials, dated 1963, watercolour, 25cm x 17.5cm £50 - £70

1173 R**Simkin (Late 19th Century) Horse Guards Men, 1660, 1751, 1804, 1808, 1836, 1854, 1815 and 1821 signed, watercolour, 45cm x 30cm £300 - £400 1174 Ralph Morley (1882-1955) Ullswater signed, watercolour, 26cm x 44cm

1182 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) Drummer watercolour, 26.5cm x 37cm

1186 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) Military - Royal North Devon Yeomanry watercolour, 25cm x 17.5cm

£100 - £150

£50 - £80

1187 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) Skinners Horse watercolour, 22cm x 18cm; another, Officer, Imperial Yeomanry, 1900, 22cm x 16.5cm (2) £70 - £90

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1188 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) The 9th Lancers watercolour, 27cm x 18cm

1198 Tom Browne (Late 19th Century) A Night with the Bumbers Cycling Club, Reggie De Fliff is Persuaded to Join signed, dated 99, pen and ink, 24cm x 24cm £60 - £100

£60 - £70

1189 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) The Charge watercolour, 27cm x 18cm; another, Carabiniers, 22cm x 16.5cm £70 - £90

1199 Tom Dudley (1857 -1935) Coniston Water signed, watercolour, 15cm x 24cm

1190 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) The Parade watercolour, 22.5cm x 28cm

1200 Tom Merrisfield Nudes signed, pastel, 58cm x 38cm

1191 Ronald Dukeshill Moore (1899 - 1985) The Standard Bearer watercolour, 27cm x 37cm

£60 - £90

£60 - £100

£180 - £220

1201 Umberto Cacciarelli (1880 - 1910) A View over Arrezzo signed, dated and titled, watercolour, 19cm x 53cm £150 - £250

£60 - £70

1192 Roy Petley (Bn.1951, Contemprary) Study of a Nude, Donna crayon highlighted in chalk, 61.5cm x 37cm £600 - £800 1193 Thomas Rowlandson (1756 - 1827) What a Beautiful Head watercolour, 17cm x 21cm

1202 W Stone The Depths of Winter signed, dated 1816, watercolour, 35cm x 27cm

£50 - £80

1203 William Frederic Austin (1833 - 1899) Ladybay Bridge, Nottingham signed, titled, watercolour, 23cm x 38cm

£50 - £70

Provenance: Bonhams, Oxford, 28/03/12, Lot 95 £150 - £180 1194 Thomas William Morley (1859-1925) A Pair, Summer Landscapes signed, dated 20, watercolour, 39cm x 29cm £200 - £300 1195 Tom Browne Designs for Postcards - A Bad Smash, The Scorcher, Towing, Bad For The Wall; others signed, titled, pen and ink, 15.5cm x 23.5cm, six framed as one £180 - £220 1204

1196 Tom Browne Designs for Postcards - Off to the Fire, The Fire Escape, Saving His Valuables, Life-Saving, Dangerous Work and The Saftey Blanket signed, titled, pen and ink, 15.5cm x 23.5cm, six framed as one £160 - £220

1204 William Henry Pigott (1810 - 1901) The Shepherd’s Flock signed, watercolour, 41cm x 68cm

1205 William Rayworth Still Life Apples, Plums and Strawberries watercolour on opaque glass, 19cm x 41cm; others, smaller, 10.5cm x 16.5cm (3) £100 - £150

1197 Tom Browne Designs for Postcards - The Cook Gets Cheeky, The New Butler Gets Frisky, He Comes Home Ten Minutes Late, His Wife’s Mother Lectures on the Evils of Smoking in his Own Drawing Room; Mother Comes on a Surprise Visit To Stay signed, titled, pen and ink, 15.5cm x 23.5cm, six framed as one £160 - £220

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£200 - £300

1206 William.E.Powell (1878 - 1955) Mallards in Flight signed, watercolour, 24cm x 19cm

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£100 - £150


Oils 1215 English School Chapel by the River Scene oil on canvas

£200 - £250

1216 After Samuel Cooper Oliver Cromwell oil on panel, oval, 20cm x 15.5cm

£200 - £300

1217 Albert Williams (1922-2010) Still Life, Summer Flowers in a Vase signed, oil on canvas, 59cm x 44cm

1221 Arthur Cottrell (19th Century) Children by a Rustic Cottage signed, dated 05, oil on canvas, circular, 29cm diam £100 - £150 1222 C**Vincent (19th Century) Attending a Wreck signed, oil on canvas, 28cm x 59cm

£500 - £700

£400 - £480

1218 1218 Alexander Fraser (1785-1865) No Trust signed, oil on panel, 24.5cm x 19.5cm

£600 - £800

1219 Alfred George Stannard (1828 - 1885) Returning Home Along a Rustic Path oil on canvas, 34cm x 44cm £320 - £480 1220 Alfred Wolmork Portrait of a Shepherd monogrammed, dated 03, oil on canvas, 54cm x 43cm

1223 1223 Carlo Brancaccio (1861 - 1920) An Italian Street signed, dated 85, 38.5cm x 21cm, oil on panel Bought by the vendor’s grandfather, the author E.A. Wyke Smith directly from the artist in 1886 £1,500 - £2,000

Alfred Wolmark was a painter and decorative artist. He was a pioneer of the New Movement in Art. Wolmark was born into a Jewish family in Warsaw. He emigrated to London and became a British citizen in 1894 £300 - £400

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1224 Casimir van den Daele (1818-1880) A Difficult Choice signed and dated 1849, oil on panel, 69cm x 56cm

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ÂŁ2,000 - ÂŁ3,000

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1225 Charles Euphrasie Kuwasseg (Draveil 1838 - Paris 1904) Busy Village Port signed, oil on panel, 20cm x 36cm

1227 Charles Thornley RBA (active 1858 - 1902) Even Tide signed, oil on panel, 19cm x 15cm £500 - £700 £1,200 - £1,800

1226 Charles Hayes (Early 20th Century) Cattle by the Duck Pond signed, oil on canvas, 29cm x 39cm

1228 Charles Wyatt Warren (1908 - 1993) Welsh Cottages signed, oil on hardboard, 28cm x 74cm £400 - £600

£180 - £220 1229 Circle of Charles Martin Powell (1775-1824) Shipping in a Rising Sea oil on canvas, 56cm x 74cm £700 - £1,000 1230 Clarkson Stanfield (1793-1867) Ships in Squall signed, oil on canvas

1231 Continental School (19th Century) General Garibaldi titled, oil on board, 60cm x 45cm

£80 - £120

1232 Continental School (19th Century) Market Day oil on canvas, 41cm x 51cm

£700 - £900

1233 Continental School (19th Century) St Francis of Paola oil on panel, 23cm x 18cm

£60 - £100

1227

1228

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£2,000 - £3,000

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1229

1232

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1237 1237 Dutch School (18th Century) A Pair, Horses and Riders oils on panels, 18cm x 21.5cm

£500 - £700

1234 1234 David Payne (1843 - 1894) A pair, On The Derwent and Blacksmith, Barrow on Trent signed, inscribed to verso, oil studies on board, arched, 14cm x 9.5cm £400 - £600

1238 1238 Dutch School (19th Century) Ships in a Swell oil on canvas, 18.5cm x 23cm

1235 1235 David W.Haddon R.B.A. (fl.1884-1914) The Rose Seller signed, oil on canvas, 44cm x 33cm £400 - £600 1236 Dutch School A Pair, Elderly Gentleman and Lady oils on panels, 21cm x 14cm

£100 - £150

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£250 - £350


1239 1239 Edward Charles Barnes (fl.1856-1882) Far Away Thoughts signed, oil on canvas, 89cm x 58.5cm £1,800 - £2,200 1240 English Naive School (19th Century) Lion Amongst Grasses oil on canvas, 29cm x 39cm £120 - £180 1241 English School Unloading the Catch oil on canvas, laid on board, 37cm x 56cm 1242 English School (18th Century) The Warning Shot oil on canvas, 60cm x 73cm

1243 1243 English School (19th Century) A Pair, Derbyshire Landscapes indistinctly signed, oils on canvas, 62cm x 75cm

£100 - £150

£100 - £150

£600 - £800

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1244 English School (19th Century) A pair, Portraits of a Lady and Gentleman 76.5cm x 64cm

£150 - £200

1245 English School (19th Century) A Pair, Sailing Boats off the Coast oil on canvas, 22cm x 34cm

£300 - £400

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1246 English School (19th Century) A Pair, Unsaddled oils on panels, 25cm x 21cm

£120 - £180

1247 English School (19th Century) A Set of Four, English and Welsh Landscapes oils on panel, 9cm x 12.5cm, framed as one Three paper labels to verso inscribed in ink, View in North Wales, from a sketch of Mrs Yates, painted by Miss Harriet R**, 1841; ** Thames Towards Kingston Surrey, from a Sketch by Harriet R** and View in ** Surrey, 1841 £60 - £100 1248 English School (19th Century) Along the Coastline indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 19.5cm x 29cm £50 - £80 1249 English School (19th Century) Blossom Picking oil on panel, 23cm x 17cm

£120 - £180

1250 English School (19th Century) Boats on the Beach oil on canvas laid on board, 28cm x 36cm

£60 - £100

1251 English School (19th Century) Fishing Along The River oil on canvas, 39cm x 65cm

£80 - £120

1252 English School (19th Century) Horse Stalls oil on panel, 18cm x 23cm

£100 - £150

1254

1253 English school (19th Century) Landscape with Cattle Grazing Indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 34cm x 52cm (distressed) £40 - £60 1254 English School (19th Century) Mary Queen of Scots oil on canvas, 90cm x 59cm £1,500 - £2,000 1255 English School (19th Century) Meeting by the River oil on canvas laid on board, 24.5cm x 35cm

£60 - £100

1256 English School (19th Century) Old Hyde Farm indistinctly signed, F** Newton? oil on canvas, 49cm x 75cm £200 - £300 1257 English School (19th Century) Portrait of a Gentleman 109cm x 75cm £150 - £200

1259 English School (19th Century) Portrait of a Lady, wearing a headscarf oil on canvas, 46cm x 36cm

1258 English School (19th Century) Portrait of a Gentleman oil on canvas, 36cm x 28.5cm

1260 English School (19th Century) Portrait of a Soldier, after the Old Master oil on canvas, ESK stamp to verso, 61cm x 51cm

1256

£60 - £100

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£60 - £100

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1261 English School (19th Century) Resting by the Church oil on board, 52cm x 69cm

£120 - £260

1262 English School (19th Century) Returning Home oil on board, 26cm x 37cm

£60 - £100

1267 English School (19th Century) Surrey Landscape oil on panel, 27cm x 41cm

£200 - £300

1268 1263 1263 English School (19th Century) Sailing Galleon in Choppy Seas oil on canvas, 39cm x 54cm

£300 - £500

1264 English School (19th Century) Sheep Grazing in a Woodland Clearing oil on canvas, 51cm x 72cm

1268 English School (19th Century) The Day’s Catch oil on canvas, 70cm x 90cm

£300 - £500

1269 English School (20th Century) A Pair, Sailing Boats of the Shore oils on boards, 29cm x 49cm

£60 - £100

£200 - £300 1265 English School (19th Century) Still Life, Dead Game oil on canvas, 75cm x 49cm

£70 - £100

1266

1270

1266 English School (19th Century) Still Life, Shells and Fronds on a Ledge oil on panel, oval, 30cm x 40cm

1270 English School (Early 19th Century) Mothers Love oil on canvas, 26cm x 20cm

£100 - £150

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£200 - £300


1273 1271 English School (Early 19th Century) Portrait of a lady, seated, with a book oil on board, 41cm x 34cm

£60 - £100

1272 English School (Early 20th Century) Still Life, Chrysanthemums in a Green Vase on a Chinese Plate signed, oil on canvas, 50cm x 60.5cm £100 - £150 1273 Ernest Walbourn (1872-1927) Returning Home signed, dated 1900, oil on canvas, 50cm x 68cm £1,000 - £1,500 1274 Ethel Wright (Mid 19th Century) The Proposal signed, oil on canvas, 56cm x 48cm

£700 - £1,000

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1275 Francis Newton Souza (Indian, 1924-2002) Abstract of a Head oil on board, signed and dated 1962, 30cm x 25cm £2,000 - £3,000

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1284 1282 Gareth Parry R.C.A. (Bn.1951) Yn Chwarel Dorethea in Dorethea Quarry signed, oil on board, 49cm x 58.5cm

1276 Frank O**Salisbury (1874-1962) Rolling Countryside signed, oil on board, 36cm x 49cm £300 - £400

1283 George Turner (1843 - 1910) A Cottage near Lea Hurst signed, signed and titled to verso, oil on canvas, 29cm x 43cm. £400 - £500

1277 Frederick George Cotman (19th Century) Meandering River signed, watercolour, 16.5cm x 34cm £50 - £70 1278 French School (19th Century) Harvesting the Crops oil on panel, 20cm x 38cm

1284 George Turner Cattle by the River bears signature, oil on board, 22cm x 35cm £600 - £1,000

£60 - £100

1279 G Sutcliff A pair, Unloading the Catch and The Fisherman’s Wife signed, oils on canvas, 50cm x 76cm £80 - £120 1280 G**Golia (20th Century) Nude signed lower right, title verso, oils on canvas, 68cm x 48cm £200 - £300 1281 Gareth Parry R.C.A. (Bn.1951) Yn Chwarel Dorethea in Dorethea Quarry signed, oil on board, 49cm x 58.5cm

1285 George Turner (1843 - 1910) Bramble Picking at Dusk signed, oil on canvas, 50cm x 75cm

£1,500 - £2,500

1286 H S **lry Sailing Boats on a Choppy Sea signed, oil on canvas, 24cm x 39.5cm

£60 - £100

1287 H**Storey (Late 19th Century) Farmhouse signed, dated 1873, oil on panel, 14cm x 19cm

£50 - £70

1288 Harden Sidney Melville (1847 - 1881) A Heavy Load signed, oil on canvas, 75cm x 125cm £300 - £400

£200 - £300

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1289 1289 Henry Dawson (1811-1878) Sand-Stone Quarry, St Ann’s Hill, Chertsey signed, 96cm x 121cm

£600 - £800

1291 1291 Italian School (19th Century) A Pair, Beauties and Baskets of Fruit oils on canvas, 62cm x 49cm

£300 - £500

1292 J W Dodds (Scottish School, Late 19th Century) A Pair, Brig ‘o’ Balgownie Aberdeen and The Stream Between St Mary’s Loch and Loch of the Lowes signed, oils on canvas, 29cm x 34cm £100 - £150 1293 J**E**Key (20th Century) Bluebell Picking signed, dated 1912, oil on board, 31cm x 25.5cm £80 - £120 1294 James T. Callowhill (1838-1917) Capel Curig, North Wales signed, oil on canvas, 60cm x 90cm 1295 Janet Fisher (1862 - 1926) On a Breezy Hill signed, 48.5cm x 89cm 1296 John **don (19th Century) Terriers at a Rabbit Hole signed, oil on canvas, 29.5cm x 44.5cm

1290 1290 Henry Thomas Schafer (1854-1915) Quai d’ Egmont, Antwerp titled to verso, oil on canvas, 39.5cm x 29cm

£1,000 - £1,500

£80 - £120

1297 John Gregory (Dd. 1989) Derbyshire Landscape signed, oil on board, 24cm x 29cm; another, smaller, 16cm x 21cm (2) £100 - £150

£400 - £600

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1298 1298 Joseph Haier (Mid 19th Century) The Unexpected Interruption signed, dated 1883, oil on canvas, 72cm x 97cm £600 - £1,000

1303 1303 Lougi Dore (19th Century) Portrait of a Girl, half length, wearing a blue dress with fur accessories signed, oil on canvas, 68.5cm x 55.5cm £1,200 - £1,600 1304 M**Walker (20th Century) Still Life, Vase of Flowers, apples on a table signed, oil on canvas, 40cm x 44cm

1299 1299 Ernesto Fontana (1837-1918) The Seduction signed, oil on canvas, 34cm x 48.5cm 1300 Joseph Paulman (19th Century) Summer Time signed, oil on canvas, 41cm x 67cm 1301 Karl Heffner (German bn1849) The Cold Walk Home signed, oil on canvas, 49cm x 83cm 1302 L** A** Church (20th Century) Fishing Down The Stream signed, oil on canvas, 49cm x 75cm

1305 May Hamilton Neill Summer in the Rocky Mountains, Alberta Canada named and titled to verso, 29cm x 34cm £80 - £120

£600 - £1,000

1306 Michael Bennett Seascape: Evening III signed, dated 78, signed again to verso, oil on canvas, 11cm x 24cm £100 - £150

£300 - £500

1307 Norwich School (19th Century) Driving the Cattle oil on canvas, 19cm x 29cm

£2,000 - £3,000

£80 - £120

1308 Persian School (19th Century) A Pair, Figures and Attendants in a Garden Setting and Interior 30cm x 21cm £180 - £220

£200 - £300

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£60 - £100

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1311 1309 After Picasso Abstract Nude bears signature, 35cm x 24cm 1310 Piero Sansarvadore (1892 - 1955) Portrait of a Man, head and shoulders oil on board, 44cm 34.5cm, portrait

£60 - £100

£100 - £150

1311 Richard Beavis, RWS (1824-1896) The Coming Storm - Flying for Shelter signed, oil on canvas, 76cm x 107cm £1,200 - £1,500 1312 Samuel James Clark (19th Century) Logging signed, oil on canvas, 48cm x 74cm

1313 1313 T** Tirmacy (Third Quarter of 19th Century) Sailing Ship in Choppy Seas signed, dated 1863, oil, on canvas, 63cm x 89cm £300 - £500

£160 - £240

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1323 1313A English School (18th/early 19th Century) A pair, Wooded Landscapes oils on panel, 11cm x 17cm £300 - £400

1315 Thomas Binney Gibbs (Bn.1870) A Summer Landscape with Cattle signed, oil on board, 30cm x 39cm £120 - £150

1313B English School (19th Century) Dawn of Day paper label to verso, oil on panel, circular, 21.5cm diam £300 - £400 1313C A Keith Barham A Sailing Ship on Choppy Seas signed, oil on canvas, 43cm x 58cm

1316 Vivian Bewick The Bookworms, Notre Dame, Paris signed upper right, oil on canvas, 49cm x 59.5cm £100 - £150 1317 W H Perry A pair, Monks Enjoying Ale signed, oils on canvas, 23.5cm x 19cm

£200 - £300

£100 - £150

1313DEnglish School (19th Century) A pair, Portraits of a Lady and Gentleman oils on panel, 29.5cm x 25cm

£300 - £400

1313E Continental School A pair, Moored Ships oils on canvas, 69cm x 99cm

£300 - £400

1314 T.S. Cooper (19th Century) A Pair, Cattle Resting oil on canvas, 29cm x 39cm

1319 William Adolphus Knell (c.1808-1875) Sailing Boat off the Buoy oil on panel, 21cm x 31cm £200 - £250

£400 - £420

1320 William Dommerson (1850-1927) A Pair, Scalloway Castle, Shetland and Corte, Italy oil on canvas, 39cm x 29cm £150 - £250

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1318 W**Searle (19th Century) Horned cattle signed, dated 1832, oil on canvas, 25.5cm x 35.5cm £60 - £100

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1321 William F Hardy (19th Century) Heather Collecting signed, oil on board, 33cm x 19.5cm

1324 Irish School (Mid 19th Century) Stooks of Corn on a Summers Eve oil on canvas, 24.5cm x 35cm

£100 - £150

1322 William Henry Williamson (1820-1883) Ships on a Choppy Sea signed, dated 18765, oil on canvas, 29cm x 54cm £100 - £200 1323 Wilson Hepple (1854-1937) Terrier and Boxer Puppies signed, oil on canvas, 30cm x 51cm

1325 William Shayer (1787 - 1879) Unloading the Catch signed, dated 1860, 66cm x 81cm

£400 - £500

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£100 - £200

£3,000 - £5,000


Prints

1339 Stanley Anderson (1884-1955), by and after, Madonna of the Arches, monochrome engraving, signed in pencil, 25cm x 33cm £180 - £250

1329 C**Bentley, by, Henry Alken, after, Grand Leicestershire Steeple Chase, The Climax of Disaster, A Rich Scene, THe Winning Post, 38cm x 47cm; others, Pumpkin, 22cm x 27cm; Gimcrack; etc (9) £80 - £120

1340 The Pig-Faced Lady of Manchester Square, drawn and published by her lady attendant, while at dinner, 32cm x 26cm £60 - £100

1330 An Accurate View of the Town of Nottingham, coloured engraving, 20.5cm x 32cm; Nottingham Market Place With A Fountain, by Mahon Long Row, coloured lithograph, 30cm x 51cm (2) £70 - £90

Maps 1345 Ogilby (John). The Continuation of the Road from London to Barwick, Begining at Stilton and Extending to Tuxford, hand coloured engraved strip road maps, decorative strapwork cartouche, 32cm x 42.5cm £70 - £90

1331 Chinese School (19th Century), Emperor and Attendants, watercolour on rice paper, 39cm x 50cm £200 - £300 1332 Chinese School (19th Century), Geisha, block print on rice paper, 34cm x 23cm £40 - £60

1346 Jan Blaeu, Comitatus Nottinghamiensis, a hand coloured county map, with ornamented figurative titles and armorial, 39cm x 50cm £80 - £100

1333 F J Barker, after, Allied Generals and their Staff Officers Before Sebastopol, monochrome engraving, picked out in colours, 33cm x 126cm £80 - £120

1347 Emanuel Bowen, an accurate map of Nottinghamshire, describing its Wapontakes and Division, hand coloured, 69cm x 53cm £100 - £150

1334 Folio - monochrome engravings, March of Finchley; Bambridge on Trial For Murder by a Committee on the House of Commons; King Henry VIII; Pit Ticket; others £80 - £120

1348 Derbyshire Interest - a rare William III hand-drawn map of Belper and Heage, surveyed by John Halton 1701, A Mappe of Belper Warde in the Parish of Duffield Belonging to the Townes of Belper and Headge Taken Ao Domn 1701 to a scale of 60 chains to 7ins. and covering 1157 acres 2 rods and 24 perches, orientated West/East, individual buildings represented in three dimensions, the plans of Belper and Heage being amongst the earliest known, 51cm x 63.5cm; a hand-drawn and coloured map of Belper, fabric backed paper, being an element of the Parliamentary Inclosure Act 1786, the chief beneficiary of which was the Strutt family. The plan was made in the wake of the Award, where common land was allocated on a pro-rata basis to existing freeholders, 88.5cm x 68cm; a plan of the extension to the graveyard at Duffield Parish Church with numbered plots dated June 1867, on fabric backed paper to a scale of 10 ft. to 1 inch, 95.3 x 54cm (3)

1335 H.M. Wood, Plan of Nottingham in 1825, coloured, 31cm x 39cm; Nottingham Street Map, three Chains in an Inch, hand coloured, 36cm x 52cm (2) £70 - £100 1336 John Piper (1903 - 1992), after, a pair, Illustrations for The Traveller by Walter de la Mare, lithographs, 12.5cm x 18cm £100 - £150 1337 Kip, by, Knyff, after, The Prospect of Nottingham from Ye East, monochrome engraving, 34cm x 48cm £60 - £100 1338 Perspective View of Sir Richard Arkwrights House Cromford in Derbyshire, designed by W Thomas, coloured engraving, 36cm x 53cm £60 - £90

Reference: A similar but slightly earlier map of Belper and Heage, dated 1698 is in the collections at Derbyshire Record Office (D5875) as is similar map to that of Belper (D1473 & D1564/1, 34.75) £150 - £250 1349 Hunting - a large map of the Midlands, showing the hunt boundaries, linen backed £60 - £100 1350 Speed (John), Lancashire. The Countie Pallatine of Lancaster Described and Divided into Hundreds, engraved map with eight historical portraits, inset plan of Lancaster and strapwork title cartouche, hand colouring, 39cm x 51cm, framed and double-glazed £100 - £150

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1355 A hand scrivened and illuminated vellum grant of arms dated 30th May 1829, to William Pollett Brown Chatteris of Brazenose College, Oxford. Arms of the grantee top left, with those of the Sovereign (with Hanover in Pretence), the Duke of Norfolk as Earl Marshal and Garter King of Arms. Signed by Sir George Nayler, Garter (served as Garter King of Arms 1822-1831, died 1831) and Ralph Bigland, Clarenceux, who held that office 1822-1831 died1 838, 62.3 x 49.5cm £100 - £150 1356 A hand scrivened and illuminated vellum grant an augmentation of arms dated 6th October 1679, to Francis Burghill, Mowbray Herald extraordinary marking service as an agent to the Duke of Norfolk on a diplomatic mission to Morocco. The augmentation of honour, an eastern crown or was added to the bend gules of his arms, with a similar crown added to the crest, a lion's head erased argent. Arms of the grantee, woith those of the Sovereign (Chalres II) flanked by those of the Duke of Norfolk as Earl Marshal and Robert Bruce, 1st Earl of Ailesbury (and 2nd Earl of Elgin in Scotland), d. 1685) as deputy Earl Marshal and by Sir Henry St. George, Norroy (in office 1677-1680, d. 1715) and Sir William Dugdale, Garter (in office 1677-1686), 50.8 x 38cm, framed £100 - £150

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1357 A hand scrivened and illuminated vellum grant of arms dated 16th July 1870, to Thomas Scambler Owden, Gentleman of Middlesex, Alderman for Bishopsgate Ward, City of London. Arms of the grantee top left, with those of the Sovereign (with Hanover in Pretence), flanked by those of the Duke of Norfolk as Earl Marshal and Garter King of Arms. Signed by Sir Albert Woods GCVO, KCB, KCMG, KGStJ, FSA, Garter (in office 1869-1904, d. 1904) and Robert Laurie, Clarenceux (in office 1859-1882, d. 1882), two seals, 66 x 53.4cm, framed £70 - £100

1351 1351 Speed (John), Wales, sold Bassett & Chiswell, [1676], engraved map, hand coloured in outline, flanked by fourteen hand coloured engraved views, approx. 39cm x 51cm, framed and double-glazed £100 - £200

1358 A hand scrivened and illuminated vellum confirmation and grant of arms dated 24th May 1867, to William Henry Benyon Winsor of [29], Kensington Gardens Square [London W2]. Arms of the grantee top left, with those of the Sovereign, flanked by those of the Duke of Norfolk as Earl Marshal and Garter King of Arms. Signed by Sir Charles Young, FSA, Garter (in office 1842-1869, died 1869) and Walton Aston Blount, Norroy (in office 1859-1882, d. 1894). Lettering faded, armorials bright & clear, three seals, 66cm x 53.5cm, framed £100 - £150

1352 John Ogilby, The Road from Nottingham to Grimsby, hand coloured strip map, title cartouche with hunting scene, 36cm x 46cm, framed £50 - £70 1353 Aegyptvs Antiqva (Ancient Egypt, an 18th century hand coloured map, title cartouche, 37cm x 50cm, framed £50 - £70

1359 A hand scrivened and illuminated vellum grant of arms dated 22nd July 1869, to Richard Marchant Hackett of Jury Ward, City of London and to his sisters, Emma and Matilda Hackett. Arms of the grantees top left, with those of the Sovereign, flanked by those of the Duke of Norfolk as Earl Marshal and Garter King of Arms. Signed by Sir Charles Young, FSA, Garter (in office 1842-1869, died 1869) and Roberrt Laurie, Clarenceux (in office 1859-1882, d. 1882), Lettering faded, armorials bright & clear, two seals, 63.5cm x 58.5cm, framed £100 - £150

1354 A hand scrivened and illuminated vellum grant of arms dated 2nd July 1720, to Richard Lambourn of Greenvile, Oxon.: Arms of the sovereign flanked by those of the Duke of Norfolk as Earl Marshal and the 4th Earl of Berkshire (1687-1757) as deputy Earl Marshal and signed by John Anstis the elder, Garter (served as Garter King of Arms 1718-17745) and Sir John Vanburgh, (1664-1728) Clarenceux; seals, 56cm square, framed £100 - £150

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Books and Manuscripts 1373 Douglas Clark - Footballer And Wrestler 1906-1925, 8vo. 38pp, 6 pages of illustrations, limp cloth pictorial wrappers; another, Ben Gronow, an appreciation of a Great Footballer, 1904 - 19248vo.32pp (2) An appreciation of Douglas Clark, the great Huddersfield and England forward and a member of their ‘Team of All the Talents’ before the First World War. Clark also appeared for England, notably in the famous ‘Rorke’s Drift Test’ in 1914. He was also a famous Cumberland wrestler. £50 - £80

1360 King Edward VII - a black and white photograph of The Royal Party at Rangemore Hall, Burton on Trent, home of Lord Burton (back row, two to the right of The King) of Bass family brewers, signed by photographer Ernest Harahand, c1907, 24.5cm x 51.5cm £50 - £70 1365 A Persian Islamic manuscript page, decorated in watercolours and calligraphy, 18cm x 13cm, 18th/19th century £60 - £100

1374 Edmund Dulac (illus.), Shakespeare’s Comedy of The Tempest, Hodder & Stoughton (London c.1908), tooled and gilt green cloth boards £70 - £100

1366 An early 19th century notebook, in ink, medical and religious, 1829 £50 - £70 1367 Atkinson, C. T., The Dorsetshire Regiment, vols I & II, privately printed (Oxford 1946/47); Blake, Mountain and Flood; Perrin, W. G., British Flags (4) £50 - £70

1375 Gaskin, Arthur J. (illus), Stories and Fairytales By Hans Christian Andersen, Translated by Oskar Sommer, George Allen (London & Orpington 1893), 2 vols, handmade uncut paper, tooled and gilt cloth bound, limited edition of 300 copies (2) £80 - £120

1368 Capel, Richard, Tentations: Their Nature, Danger, Cure, fifth edition, printed by E.B.for John Bartlet (London 1655) £40 - £60

1376 Glover, History of the County of Derby, (1829); Beauties of England Vol III, Cumberland and Derbyshire, (1802) (2) £60 - £80

1369 Clarke (Edward Daniel) TRAVELS IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES OF EUROPE ASIA AND AFRICA, 3 vol, vol 1 second edition, vols 2 pt. 1 and 2 first edition, 104 only of 109 engraved plates (all lacking from part 1), including some folding or double-page, 1 hand-coloured, engraved vignettes throughout, publisher’s catalogues in vol. 2 pt. 2, a few leaves loose, uncut, original publisher’s boards, vol. 2 pt. 2 lacking boards, 4to, 1811-12-14 (3). £40 - £60

1377 Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations, 1851. Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of The Great Exhibition 1851, Vol.1, II, III, IV, Spicer Brothers, Clowes and Sons; Art Journal Illustrated Catalogue, 1851; Art Journal 1851; Art Journal Catlogue, 1861; etc (8)£60 - £100 1378 Gregory, Olinthus, A Treatise of Mechanics, Theoretical, Practical and Descriptive, vols I and II, printed for George Kearsley, London 1806, bound full leather£40 - £60

1370 Cox, J. Charles, Notes on the Churches of Derbyshire, vols. I - IV, W Edmunds and Bemrose (Chesterfield & London 1889) £40 - £60 1371 Derbyshire - Yeatman, John Pym, Sitwell, Sir George, R. & The Rt. Hon. The Lord Hawkesbury, The Feudal History of the County of Derby, vol. IV, section VIII, copy 29, signed in pencil, Moody Bros. (Birmingham 1905), cloth boards quarter bound black leather £40 - £60 1372 Derbyshire.- Rhodes (Ebenezer) PEAK SCENERY OR EXCURSIONS IN DERBYSHIRE, 3 parts only of 4 vol., lacking vol. 3, 21 only (of 29) engraved plates, slight foxing, original publisher’s boards, spines worn, some boards detached, uncut and partially unopened, 1818-23; Keys (John) SKETCHES OF OLD DERBY AND NEIGHBOURHOOD, half title, portrait frontispiece, publisher’s cloth, partially uncut, 1895 (4). £40 - £60

1379 1379 Howitt’s, Miscellaneous Etchings Old & New, New Edition, Published by Orme Bond St, 1812, containing 50 designs £50 - £70

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1382 1380 Lliffe. R & Baguley. W., Victorian Nottingham, A Story in Pictures, vols 1 - 20 in five bound editions, Nottingham Historical Film Unit, 1976 (5) £50 - £70

1384 Robertson (William) THE WORKS… vol X only (India), 2 folding engraved maps, contemporary diced calf, 1821; Hofland (Mrs?) AFRICA DESCRIBED… half title, contemporary calf, blind-stamped, worn, g.e., 1828, 8vo (2) £50 - £80

1381 Local Interest.- Glover (Stephen)THE HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF DERBY… 2 vol., folding engraved map with sellotape repairs to verso, engraved plates, Derby, 1829; Cox (J. Charles) NOTES ON THE CHURCHES OF DERBYSHIRE 4 vol., lithographed plates, Chesterfield; etc (12) £100 - £200

1385 Robinsons Derbyshire Gatherings (1866); Rayner, Haddon Hall (1836) £60 - £80 1386 Simpson, Robert, A Collection of Fragments Illustrative of the History and Antiquities of Derby, Compiled from Authentic Sources, vols. I & II, G Wilkins and Son (Derby 1826; Dayes, Picturesque Tours in Yorkshire and Derbyshire, (1825); Baldwin, England Described (4) £80 - £120

1382 Paul Sandby, RA, The Virtuosi’s Museum; Containing Select Views in England, Scotland and Ireland, oblong 4to., engraved title-page, London 1778 £200 - £300 1383 R Duppa, Heads of Michael Angelo, A Selection of twelve Heads From The Last Judgment, London, folio, 1801 £50 - £80

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1387 Snaffles, (Payne, Charlie Johnson) More Bandobast, Collins, London, 1936, cloth boards; Cecil Aldin, Ratcatcher to Scarlet, 1927 second impression, black hardcover with red titles, n.j. (3) £60 - £100

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1388 Tootles Designed Books - Hamberlandt, Textile Volkskunst Aus Osterreich: Aus Den Sammlungen des K. K. Museums fur Osterreichische Volkskunde in Wien; Range of Standard Designs, Calico Printers; Gambar- Gamber; etc Tootles Factory closed in 1969 and were based Manchester and designed and printed textiles £300 - £400

1394 Ephemera - a letter written and signed by Prince Edward, later King Edward VII, on Marlborough House headed paper, to Dr Quinn signed Albert Edward, c1895; a letter from Sir Nathaniel de Rothschild (1840-1915), on New Court, St Martins Lane, headed paper, declining an invitation from the Sheriff of Buckingham, dated 21st June 1881; three calligraphic 19th century letters, an apology, a condolence and a procrastination of a debt, the first from Dr Johnson to Mr Webb dated 14th April, 1821; the second on mourning paper to Mary Anne from M. A. Davidson dated 12th December 1849; the latter from Jas Thomas to Messers Richardson & Pishe dated May 8th 1835 £100 - £150

1389 W E Howe, Preface by The Rev Gerard Smith, The Ferns of Derbyshire Illustrated From Nature, third edition, London leather spine, 1863; another, New Edition, 1877; others (6) £180 - £220 1390 Ward, History and Gazetteer of Derbyshire (1857); Lugard, Derbyshire Assizes Rolls, (1938); Deans, Melbourne Church (1843) (3) £40 - £60

1395 Valentine - a 19th century Valentine ‘I Offer Three My Faithful Heart’, titled within envelope, embossed colour lithograph flowers, lace fame, 18cm, c1875; others, embossed lace, ‘’Ever Faithful’; ‘We Will Live and Love Forever’; ‘Love Unite Us’ c1875 (4) £60 - £100

1391 WILLIAM ROBBINSON, FLORA AND SYLVA, 3 vols, colour chromolithography plates, uniform green cloth, London, 1903-05; two gardening encyclopaedia (5) £60 - £100

1396 A vellum indenture between Richard Tomkins of Thornbury, Glos., yeoman, son and heir of Paul Tomkins, and Joseph Isles of the same, concerning a house and land at Falfield in Thornbury parish dated 18th March 1752, 86.5 x 65cm, framed £60 - £100

1392 William Robertson, Handbook of the Peak of Derbyshire, 1866; J.Goodacre, Buxton Old and New, colour plates, brown cloth, Buxton, 1928; Bemroses Guide to Buxton, Castleton, High Peak, Eyam, Dovedale, Bermrose and Son (3) £60 - £100

1397 A vellum indenture between Nicholas Bush of Thornbury, innholder, Elizabeth his Wife, William Collins of Eastworth, also Gloucestershire, yeoman, executor of William Collins the elder late of Morton (in Thornbury) and William Cullimore of Chzarfield, Gloucestershire concerning house and land at Falfield, Thornbury dated 20th October 1732, framed £60 - £100

1393 Ephemera - postal history and covers, 1822 - 48, a collection of letter mostly from military personnel to the G.P.O, including a letter from Major General Macavly to Sir Francis Freeling; an 18th century hand written page, from the diary of a gentleman residing not far from London, detailing foods / drink taken, company in a shared room and female companions/servants, c1730; original pencil art work for The Phonography envelope,, 19th century; etc £40 - £60

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Collectors’ Items

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Collectors’ Items

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1400 SHAW GEORGE BERNARD: (1856-1950) Irish Playwright, Nobel Prize winner for Literature, 1925 Germaine Kanova photograph, signed by G Bernard Shaw and addressed to Edward Stirling £200 - £300

1407 Oxford University Association Football Club, dark blue cap with cream embroidered letters and crown, by Castell & Son, Oxford, with M.M. Morgan Owen on sewn in label, Good £100 - £150

1401 Corinthians F.C., 1906-07, blue and cream cap, size 7, with blue embroidered initials and date, by A.W.Smith, Cambridge, good £150 - £200

1408 Sport, Football book signed by Billy Steel £60 - £100 1409 Sport, Football, Derby County,Tour of Nazi Germany, May 1934, an interesting photograph album of postcard sized black and white photographs chronicling Derby County on Tour, showing action from matches, players giving the Nazi salute, relaxing on a journey by motor coach, on the Rhine, training, etc (59) On the tour Derby lost 5-0 in Cologne, 5-2 in Frankfurt, 10 in Dusseldorf and drew 1-1 in Dortmund. The Rams players, at the insistence of the British Ambassador, were ordered to give the Nazi salute before each game. Jack Kirby would not be a part of this charade and when the rest of the team saluted their hosts he kept his arm down and turned his back £300 - £400

1402 Corinthians F.C., 1908-09, blue and cream cap with blue embroidered initials and date, by A.W.Smith, Cambridge, but their name almost rubbed out, somewhat moth eaten, fair £150 - £200 1403 Cricket, Wisden, pb 1944, 1945, 1946, 1950; hb 1946, 1947, all good-vg, the earlier issues rare; with Autograph album, including South Africa 1935 tourist pc rp with signatures of three players; other pre war county players; few other books etc £300 - £500

1414 Horse Racing, Leicester Race Club, Enamelled Passes, 1929 green & blue, no.244; 1930 blue & pink no.239, 1934 black, white and brown no.144, Very Fine (3) £150 - £200

1404 Fishing - a Hardy Altex no.2 MH5 reel, No.623498, check mechanism and spare spool. £40 - £60 1405 Fishing - an Alcock Aerial 4” narrow drum reel, six spoke with tension regulator, twin handles, brass foot, Reg. Design No. 689467 £200 - £300

1415 Horse Racing, Leicester Race Club, Enamelled Passes, 1929 green & blue; 1933, black, white & red no.180; 1934 black, white and brown no.146 men, no. 162 ladies, Very Fine (4) £150 - £200

1406 Football History - 1966 World Cup, the ball from the Group A match England v Mexico, July 16th 1966, presented to the vendor by FIFA President Stanley Rous, feint inscription England won this fixture 2-0, with a famous 25 yard strike by Bobby Charlton and a 75th minute goal from Roger Hunt Provenance: Given to the vendor by Rous on his 10th birthday around three months after the fixture.The FIFA President’s niece Heather was resident in their family’s home whilst a student £400 - £600

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1416 Horse Racing, Leicester Race Club, Enamelled Passes, 1936 red & blue no.139; 1938 black & white no.148; 1939 blue & white no.154; 1940 red & black no.109, Very Fine (4) £150 - £200 1417 Horse Racing, Nottingham Race Club, Enamelled Passes, 1929 white & blue no.185; 1936 green, white & red no.175; 1938 red & yellow no.179; 1940 red, light blue & dark blue no.103; another pass B.R.C. 1928 green & blue no.288, very Fine (5) £150 - £200

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1427 Film Poster - Barbarella: dir. Roger Vadim, 1968, with Jane Fonda, Anita Pallenberg, Ugo Tognazzi and David Hemmings, folded, 1968, 45cm x 64cm, framed£100 - £150

1418 Medals, World War One, 1914/15 Trio with Hickleton Main Colliery Services Rendered Tribute Medal in 9ct gold (16.9gm); Trio named M2-033640 A CPL T BRUCE A.S.C., Tribute Medal named to T. Bruce; with small aluminium engraved Christmas ‘card’ Salonika 1916-17 to Lily from Tom (Army card index records that Thomas Bruce entered the war on 6th April 1915 in Egypt), Extremely Fine, the Tribute Medal very rare £200 - £300

1430 Postcards, Dogs, Edwardian - Elizabeth II, comic, sentimental, topographical, real photographic, greetings, etc, in two modern albums (*700) £120 - £180 1431 Postcards, Railways, Edwardian - Elizabeth II, including early vignette types, in three modern albums (100’s) £120 - £180

1419 Stamps, World extensive multi album collection; Great Britain, including high fv decimals in albums £450 - £500 1420 Picture Show Annuals, 1926, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34,35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43; later issues 1947-60 (14) mostly vg, a very nice run (*32) £120 - £150

1432 Postcards, World War One, silks and military photos; World War Two, Prisoner of War mail from Stalag XVIIIA addressed Loughborough; early European and Asian postcards and postal stationery, including Z.A.R., Japan, Ottoman Empire etc, comic, topo (100’s) £300 - £400

1421 Olympic Games, 1932, Los Angeles, Participant’s Medal, gilt bronze by Whitehead & Hoag, in box of issue, slight wear to box, the medal good Extremely Fine £250 - £300

1433 Postcards, a good album of Edwardian including many rps, Long Whatton including street scenes Long Whatton, West End; Quorn; Loughborough; Fenny Bentley; other topo, in early album (*100) £200 - £300

1422 Olympic Games, 1928, Antwerp, Participant’s Medal, gilt bronze, good Extremely Fine £180 - £200 1423 Freemasonry, Zetland Lodge 511, 1872-1873, WM jewel, marked 9c, *26gms, boxed; later jewels, silver (4) (5) £200 - £220

1434 Postcards and early postal stationery, much of it addressed Portland Colliery, Alfreton; Postcards, various subjects including early comic, actors and actresses, topo, in modern albums (100s) £300 - £400

1424 Olympic Games, 1948 London Olympics Organising Committee Presentation Plaque and other British Team Officials’ Badges belonging to a member of the 1948 organising committee Alderman H.E.Fern; Paris, 1924, F.I.N.A. fob; Antwerp 1928, OFFICIEL enamelled lapel badge; Los Angeles 1932, OFFICIAL plated badge with faded blue hanger, enamelled lapel badges by Fattorini, OLYMPIC GAMES, LOS ANGELES 1932 around Union flag (2); Berlin 1936, N.O.K. silvered badge by Lauer with ribbon hanger and blue backing ribbon Nationales Komitee, J.V. gilt badge by Lauer with ribbon hanger marked “Intern. Verband”, enamelled stick pins by Phillips, Olympic rings Union flag 1936(3) in card box of issue; London, 1948, Organisation Committee presentation bronze plaque c10 x 6.5cm, XIV OLYMPIAD, LONDON 1948, Palace of Westminster depicted with to reverse naked discus competitor, H.E.FERN JP OBE engraved below on cartouche; Tokyo, 1964 brass plaque mounted on wood with enamelled badge now detached from front ‘with the grateful thanks of all members of Great Britain’s Team’ £800 - £1,000

Coins 1440 Coins, Queen Victoria, Jubilee Head Crowns, mostly Fine (15) £200 - £250 1441 Coins, Queen Victoria, Jubilee Head Crowns, mostly Fine (15) £200 - £250 1442 Coins, Queen Victoria, Jubilee Head Crowns, mostly Fine (15) £200 - £250 1443 Coins, Queen Victoria, Jubilee Head Crowns, mostly Fine (12) £150 - £180 1444 Coins, Queen Victoria, Jubilee Head Double Florins, mostly Fine (10) £100 - £120 1445 Coins, Queen Victoria Veiled Head crowns, mostly Fine (8) £100 - £120

1425 Sport, British Empire Games and Commonwealth Games, Hamilton 1930, Official’s badge; London 1934 Participant’s Medal; others including other sporting events (9) (11) £50 - £80

1446 Coins, George III, George IV, crowns, poor-Fine (11) £150 - £180 1447 Coins, Maundy, Part Set 1d, 2d, 4d 1894; 1d 1888; 2d 1860; 3d 1762; 4d 1859, 80; Sixpences 1758, 1887 (2); Shillings 1887 (3), mostly VF-EF; Halfcrowns 1819, others pre 20 (7); Florins Victoria (3), various grades £100 - £120

1426 Prize 9ct gold fob ‘Winner of Waltzing Competition Gibraltar 1921’ (*6.8gm); silver fobs, Yorkshire Collieries Ambulance League and others mainly sporting (c215gm) £120 - £180

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1448 Enamelled Coins, Crowns 1822 six colours with pin back; 1887 seven colours with pin back, 1897 (damaged); Halfcrown 1887; small silver and enamel coin brooch; 1889 Crown un-enamelled in swivel mount, mostly F-VF £80 - £120

1459 Roman Empire, Silver Denarii, Clodius Albinus, Fine; A.Pius, Macrinus, Caracalla, Julia Domna, mostly better than Very Fine; others (3) (9) £160 - £200 1460 Silver Milled Coinage, William & Mary 1/-, 1692, light graffiti on William’s head, almost Fine; William IV, Half crown, 1834, almost Extremely Fine with tiny reverse edge bruise; 1886 Fine; South Africa Crown 1952 (4) £120 - £180

1449 Coins, USA Silver Dollars 1878, 79, 80, 1923, 24; $_ 1964; Belgium Silver 5Fr 1868; Silver 3d’s mostly post 1919 333gm; farthings, Currency issues £2 (7), £5 1998; various grades, the dollars mostly EF £200 - £300

1461 The Royal Mint 2008 silver proof Emblems of Britain double coin set, with certificates, cased £70 - £100

1450 2008 Emblems of Britain Gold proof set, being the UK standard issue 7 coin set (1, 2, 5, 10, 20 & 50p and £1) in 22ct gold proof FDC in plastic case of issue, authenticity no. 1560 (out of 2,008 issued) also the replacement 2008 issue ‘shield’ coinage, 7 coin set, also 22ct gold proof FDC in plastic case of issue, authenticity no. 1193 (out of 2,008 issued) both mounted together in timber lined presentation box with accompanying literature, 169.5 gr. (2) £4,500 - £6,500

1462 The Royal Mint 2009 silver proof coin set, No 0540, with certificate, cased £100 - £150 1463 The Royal Mint 25th anniversary cased silver proof one pound coin set, with certificate, cased £100 - £150 1464 USA, SILVER DOLLAR, 1799, holed and plugged below RT of LIBERTY, 26.7gm, mostly Fine and a nice clear specimen £300 - £400

1451 Byzantine Empire, Leo I, Gold Solidus, r/ VICTORIA AVGGG, CONOB, 4.6gm, good Very Fine / good Fine £200 - £220

Militaria and Medals 1469 Medallions, Germany, Third reich, Gau XIII Sudwest Sporting medallion, bronze, 68mm, box of issue, good Very Fine; Great Britain, Official Cenotaph medallion, bronze 78mm, in box of issue, almost Extremely Fine (2)£80 - £120

1452 Charles II, Silver Crowns, 1662 Rose, Fine/good Fine; 1676, vg-Fine (2) £120 - £150 1453 Great Britain, 19th and 20th century silver and base metal in album, including pre ‘20 silver *£1.82 face; ‘47 silver *£9.60 face; cupro nickel *£6 face; silver 3d (25), mostly low grade, some better; with listing of contents £250 - £300

1470 World War Two, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Crew Europe (entitled to France and Germany clasp), group of four (five) to Path Finder, Pilot Officer Albert William Weller, with box of issue addressed Chaddesden; D.F.C. 1945, boxed, 1939-45, Air Crew Europe (entitled to F&G clasp which is missing), Defence, War, 188809 P.O. A.W.WELLER, with ribbon bars and rosettes on A.C.E.; two Navigator’s, Air Bombér’s and Air Gunner’s Flying Log Books, Path Finder badge and notification of permanent Path Finder status; RAFVR Notice Papers; pay book; release book; crew photographs; Buckingham Palace letter; letter confirming award of D.F.C., (London Gazette 37281, 25 9 45); silk map of France; newspaper cuttings confirming award of DFC and stating that Weller had started as ground crew in 1939 before moving to Air Crew in 1943; Weller’s Log Books record that he was Engineer on Lancasters and Stirlings, an entry in pencil ‘dropped bombs on built up area not able to identify’, other entries mention ‘repatriating POWS’, with few badges, some unrelated and World war One, Victory Medal and War Service Badge £1,500 - £2,500

1454 Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold Proof Sovereign, 2000, box of issue, no certificate £180 - £220 1455 Great Britain, Royal Mint, Gold Proof Sovereign, No.02627, box of issue £180 - £220 1456 Hammered Silver Coinage, Henry VIII, Groat, portrait right, Fine-VF; Elizabeth I, 3d 1574 good Fine; Charles I, Halfcrown, Tower Mint; Charles I and Henrietta Maria, silver wedding medalet 23mm, 1625, Fine; Charles II Maundy 4d, 1680 vg (5) £100 - £120 1457 Medals, Egypt Campaign, Khedive Star, 1884-86, good Very Fine; St John Ambulance Silver Long Service, six bars, 78469 PTE W. KNOTT NO.5015 S.J.A.B. 1944, mounted with Defence; World War One,Victory, 1404 PTE J. DAVENPORT NOTTS & DERBY R; Women’s Volunteer Service medal, un named as issued, boxed; badges etc (3) (8) £70 - £90

1471 A 1936 Berlin Olympics participation medal, designed by Otto Placzek, recto with five Deco athletes, ‘XI Olympiade Berlin 1936’, verso with a bell with the 3rd Reich eagle holding the five Olympic rings £60 - £100

1458 Milled Shillings, Charles II, 1663, good Very Fine+ with traces of original lustre; George III, 1787 with hearts, almost Uncirculated (2) £350 - £450

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1480 An 18th century flintlock pistol, 22.5cm long round barrel 16mm bore, lock-plate engraved ‘BARBAR’, brass tube for ramrod, brass trigger guard, large ‘skull crusher’ butt cap and decoration/escutcheon, 38cm long overall, (needs attention), c. 1760; another flintlock pistol, 21.5cm long hexagonal/round barrel with foresight, 18mm bore, lock-plate engraved with flower (?), brass tube for ramrod, trigger guard and escutcheon, bag-shaped grip, 35cm long overall (needs attention), c.1800 (2) £300 - £400

1472 A 1924 VIII Olympiade medal designed by Raoul Bernard, verso with an angel crowning an athlete with laurels, recto with VIIIe Olympiade Paris 1924 and a view of the city; original box £60 - £100 1473 World War One, Death Plaque, ALBERT BIDDLES, good Very Fine £40 - £60 1474 World War One, Death Plaque, SAMUEL REGINALD DRING, hanging loop soldered to back, Very Fine £40 - £60

1481 A double barrel shotgun, 18mm bore 76.3cm long barrels engraved on rib ‘LONDON FINE TWIST’, wooden fore-stock and wrist are chequered, blank escutcheon beneath shoulder stock, 117cm long overall, CERTIFICATE REQUIRED £150 - £200

1475 Medals, World War One, 1914-15 Trio, 12284 PTE J.A.BLACK LEIC R; Pair, 146392 GNR H.L.WALKER R.A.; BWM, 3398 PTE J.NEEDHAM LEIC R, another, M2-106473 PTE T. DUNKLEY A.S.C.; World War Two, 1939-45 (2); Italy; Defence; War (4) (15) £90 - £120

1482 A Webley and Scott single barrel 0.410in (10mm) bolt action shotgun, 62.5cm long barrel engraved ‘WEBLEY AND SCOTT LTD’ .410 NITRO PROOF, 115.5cm long overall, plain wooden stock, CERTIFICATE REQUIRED £150 - £200

1476 World War One, part group, Territorial War Medal For Voluntary Service Overseas and Victory 1465 PTE W.J. GOODE MANCH R; Militaria, World War One, World War Two, sweetheart broches silver (2), base metal (12); cap badges including bakelite R.A.O.C. (7); others various including Loughborough Peace medal £100 - £120

1483 A 1796 pattern light cavalry sword, 84cm curved single edge blade, steel guard, scabbard, 97cm long overall £40 - £60

1477 Medals, World War One, Pair, 196168 SPR F.PALMER R.E.; Territorial Force Efficiency medal and bar, George VI, 5182623 SPR F.J. PALMER R.E.; 1953 Coronation Medal unnamed as issued with framed certificate to 779228 S/Sergeant T.F.WALKER R.A.; Pair, 36167 PTE S. CHARLWOOD R.WAR R.; Naval LSGC, Edward VII, SAMUEL LACY CAR MTE H.M.S. IMPLACABLE; I.S.M. George V, REUBEN WILLIAM LACY, boxed; Fire Brigades Ten Years Service Medal £120 - £150

1484 A 17th century backsword, 81.5cm straight single edged fullered blade etched with scrolling foliage, the brass guard with fethered border, faintly inscribed Captain?, wooden single-handed grip, cast urnular pommel, 98cm long overall, c.1650 £200 - £300 1485 A 19th century horn powder flask, possibly IndoPersian, the shoulder carved with stylised lotus, antler plug, 34cm wide £50 - £70

1478 Medals - a set of forty 20th century British Campaign and Long Service medals, miniatures, mahogany box frame, Spink and Son label to verso, 45.5cm x 27cm £200 - £300

1486 A 19th century percussion smooth bore carbine, probably Indian made, 53.5cm long round barrel engraved 194, 14mm bore, fixed rear sight, lock plate engraved with crown 1858 TOWER (?) swivel ramrod, brass trigger guard and butt plate, 95cm long overall, c 1858 £80 - £120

Weapons 1479 Scottish Military- 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot - badges, buttons, plume and cap; a 78th Highlanders cap; a Gordan Highlanders sporan; another (6) £300 - £500

1487 A Colonial hardwood Military Police truncheon, stamped MP, 44cm long; a 19th century twisted shillelagh type club, 47cm long; a 19th century thornwood club, 52cm long (3) £60 - £100 1488 A dress sword, 90.5cm slightly curved single edged fullered blade, stirrup hilt cast with lion mask quillon and pommel, steel scabbard, 105cm long overall £80 - £120

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1489 A Dutch M1898 Klewang Hemburg naval cutlass, 45cm curved single-edged fullered blade, curved guard, wooden two-piece grip, inscribed HEMBURG and marked with a crowned B, 57cm long overall, leather scabbard; etc (3) £60 - £100

1499 An 18th century Scottish hunting sword, 42cm blade, wrythen haft, brass quillon and pommel, 56.5cm long overall £60 - £100 1500 An 18th century steel barrel flintlock blunderbuss, 4.8cm wide at mouth, 53cm long the lock plate engraved ‘TAPLES’ brass trigger guard and butt plate, full wooden stock, 95cm long overall, c.1760

1490 A Japanese bone wakizashi, 39.5cm curved single edged blade, the saya, tsuba and tsuka profusely carved in low relief and engraved with densly arranged figures, 76cm long overall, early 20th century £100 - £150

William Staples wa the son of John Staples of Birmingham and was baptised at St. Philip Birmingham (now the cathedral) 21st October 1738. His apprenticeship would have entered in 1759, he is recorded as working at Bull Street, Birmingham in 1766 and died 1770. He is known to have his guns proofed in London £200 - £250

1491 A Kyber type knife, possibly Corsican, 43cm pointed double edged fullered blade with traces of damascened decoration, bone two-piece grip, 55.5cm long overall £60 - £100 1492 A Lapp or Sami bone leuku knife, 8.5cm blade, banded grip, the scabbard engraved with a reindeer and geometric motifs, leather hanger, 25cm long overall, dated 1928 £60 - £100

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1493 A late 18th century flintlock rifle, 91.5cm long octagonal barrel with decorative inlay, 14mm bore, ‘tigerstripe’ stock, bone butt cap, four barrel bands (pinned at earlier date), pyramid rear sight with three holes, ball trigger 126cm long overall, ram rod, c 1790 £70 - £100

1501 An Italian stiletto, 10.5cm steel blade, mother-ofpearl and silver haft, the leather scabbard with silver mounts, 17.5cm long overall £100 - £150 1502 A kris, 26.5cm slightly curved blade, the ivory handle pierced and well carved with fanciful beasts, a crown, lotus and blossom, 36cm long overall, the handle 18th/early 19th century, associated wooden scabbard £200 - £300

1494 A ‘Manton’ double-barrel shotgun, 17mm bore, 75cm long barrels finely etched, engraved MANTON LONDON on bar, lock-plates engraved with foliate decoration, wooden stock chequered at wrist, metal butt plate, 118cm long overall. CERTIFICATE REQUIRED £600 - £1,000

1503 An 1803 pattern infantry officer's sword, 81cm curved single edged blade by Runkel, Solingon, engraved with Royal coat of arms, crowned GR cipher and leafy scrolls, mounted by Prosser, the gilt brass stirup hilt cast with a further cypher, scroll guard, wire bound shagreen grip, lion mask pommel, leather scabbard, 100cm long overall, early 19th century £200 - £300

1495 A pair of Wilkinson cavalry trooper’s training foils, of 1908 type pattern, 87cm blunted fullered blades, stamped T5E crowned, Wilkinson England, bowl guards, chequered grips, 104cm long overall £60 - £100 1496 A sword stick (without cane), 69cm long narrow blade, wooden grip, brass ferrule and ovoid pommel, 86cm long overall, 19th century £40 - £60

1504 A Turkish/Persian bichaq, 18.5cm curved single edged blade, decorated in brass with leafy scrolls, two-piece horn grip carved and applied with further scrolls, traces of silvering, silver coloured metal mounted wooden scabbard, 30.5cm long overall, 18th/19th century £100 - £150

1497 An 1822 pattern Infantry officer’s sword, 98cm single edged fullered blade by Thurkle, Soho London, etched Gibraltar, Gothic hilt with VR cypher, wire bound shagreen grip, steel scabbard, 98.5cm long overall £100 - £150

1505 An Asian wakizashi type sword, 32cm curved single edge blade, ivory tusk section handle, silver coloured metal scabbard, 55cm long overall, late 19th century £100 - £150

1498 An 1853 pattern British Enfield Artillery bayonet, 61cm blade, brass guard and pommel, two-piece grip, stamped Reeves, MSC, 4402, leather scabbard, 76cm long overall; a French Chassepot bayonet, metal scabbard, 71cm long (2) £60 - £100

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1506 A Malayan kris, 36.5cm wavy blade, the hardwood handle carved with lotus, wooden scabbard, 51.5cm long overall £60 - £100

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Day Three Friday 5th July at 10.30am

Boxes, Objects & Works of Art

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Tools

1509 1509 A Victorian patent adjustable spirit level, by L L Davies, brass register, the beam pierced and cast with scrolling foliage, 46cm long, Pat.Sep. 17 1867 £1,500 - £2,500

1514 1514 Cabinet maker’s tools - A 5 1/2” x 2 5/8” Preston No 1369 side rabbet plane, 1/2” Preston irons £60 - £100

1510 Cabinet maker’s tools - A d/t steel Norris No 7 shoulder plane with rosewood infill and wedge, 3/4 snecked iron” £100 - £150

1515 Cabinet maker’s tools - A Preston No 1355 adjustable bullnose plane with removable front and 1 1/8” iron;a H. Slater bullnose plane, rosewood wedge, Penrose & Co. iron; a rebate plane, mahogany insert and wedge, 5/8” iron (3) £100 - £200

1511 Cabinet maker’s tools - A 9” Norris 8 steel dovetailed rebate plane with rosewood infill and wedge,snecked iron, 11/4” skew mouth £150 - £250

1516 Cabinet maker’s tools - An Annealed iron Norris No 50 adjustable smoother with walnut infill and handle 2 1/4” Norris iron remains, reg.no. 637728; another 2” cut, Ward iron (2) £300 - £500

1512 1512 Cabinet maker’s tools - A steel soled gunmetal Norris 3 1/2 x 1 5/8” No 28 chariot plane with rosewood wedge 1 1/4” Norris iron remains £300 - £500 1517

1513 Cabinet maker’s tools - A 6” d/t steel rebate plane by SPIERS with rosewood infill and wedge, 1/2” cut J.Howarth iron £70 - £100

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1517 A 14 1/2” d/t steel Norris A1 panel plane with rosewood infill and handle and 1913 patent adjustment, 2 1/2” iron remains £400 - £600

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1524 A J.Wakefield dovetailed smoothing plane, gunmetal sole with rosewood handle, J Herring & Sons iron, screwed side construction £100 - £150 1525 Four beech coffin shaped block planes two wih brass sole plates, one copper sole plate, assorted irons including Preston, Marples, Norris. (4) £60 - £100 1526 Cabinet makers tools - A Stanley No78 rebate plane; five rebate planes including Mathieson, Mutter etc., various profiles £30 - £50 1527 Cabinet maker’s tools - A Stanley 22 trying plane; A stanley Bailey No.4 plane; a Hindley 2 1/4” skew cut rebate plane; two Preston wooden trying planes; another (6)” £60 - £100

1518 1518 An iron Norris No 51 adjustable smoothing plane with walnut infill and handle, 1913 patent adjuster, 2 1/4 Norris iron remains £200 - £300 1519 A 16 12” adjustable Norris No 54 iron panel plane with walnut infill and handle, 2 1/4” cut Marples iron £200 - £400 1520 A 17 1/2 Norris A71 beech jack plane with brass base (detached) 1923 Patent Adjustable on lever 2 1/4” cut Ward iron £200 - £300 1521 Woodworking tools - A Stanley No 67 spokeshave with flat and round soles and fence, rosewood handles; a Record No.51 steel spokeshave; a boxwood spokeshave; a Stanley No 81 cabinet scraper with rosewood sole (4) £80 - £120 1522 Mortice gauges - A rosewood and brass mortice gauge, G.P.Preston; Two G.P.Preston boxwood gauges (one formerly of the Chesterfield College of Art); a boxwood L.Sorby gauge; two ebony and brass gauges; two others (8) £150 - £250

1528 1528 Cabinet maker’s tools - An early 20th century Spear & Jackson 12 brass backed tenon saw; another No.52 102 brass backed; a Preston & Sons 6” brass backed tenon saw (3)” £60 - £100

Boxes and Objects 1533 A Continental carving, of Christ Pantocrator, he stands, holding the New Testament and making the sign of learning or blessing, square base, 84cm high £200 - £300 1523

1534 A pair of 19th century style veined rouge marble pedestal tazzas, shallow bowls, spreading bases, 36cm diam £100 - £150

1523 An early 10 3/4” d/t steel mitre plane by Mathieson with rosewood infill, brass lever cap stamped Mathieson Glasgow with star between with original snecked Mathieson Glasgow iron and screwed side construction. £400 - £600

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1539 A George III mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged crossbanded cover with brass swan neck handle, enclosing three compartments and a provision for spoons, batwing paterae to angles, outlined with boxwood stringing, skirted base, ogee bracket feet, 28.5cm wide, c.1770 £70 - £100 1540 A George III satinwood crossbanded flame mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with navette shaped Sheffield plate swing handle, enclosing a pair of canisters, ivory escutcheon, 19cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £250 1541 A George III satinwood rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a lidded compartment, inlaid with oval shell paterae, 12cm high, 12cm wide, c.1790 £60 - £100

1535 1535 A fine 19th century Indian Vizagapatam rectangular work box, inlaid overall with geometrical motifs, the interior fitted with a mirror and covered compartments, ivory barrel shaped cotton dispensers, reels and canisters, the front with drawer, 43.5cm wide, mid 19th century £300 - £500 1536 A George II/early George III mahogany tea caddy, mounted with brass cut-card work, hinged cover with swan neck handle, ogee bracket feet, 22.5cm wide, c.1760 £120 - £180 1542

1537 A George III burr yew rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of lidded compartments, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, 12.5cm high, 19.5cm wide, c.1810 £50 - £70 1538 A George III crossbanded satinwood rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a lidded compartment flanked by a pair of tin canisters, inlaid with oval shell paterae, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, bun feet, 28cm wide, c.1800 £300 - £400

1542 A large George III kingwood crossbanded mahogany and marquetry rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a bowl aperture and a pair of lidded compartments, the front inlaid in sand-shaded boxwood with a flowering urn, within a navette shaped patera on a green stained ground, conforming leafy quarter-paterae to angles, outlined throughout with a twin band of chequered stringing, ivory kite shaped escutcheon, turned handles to sides, bun feet, 18cm high, 33cm wide, 17.5cm deep, c.1800 £300 - £500

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1543 A large William IV/early Victorian rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy, hinged domed cover enclosing a bowl and a pair of canisters, gilt metal carrying handles to sides, fluted bun feet, 35.5cm wide, c.1840 £120 - £180 1544 A post-Regency rosewood crossbanded flame mahogany rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover enclosing a pair of canisters and a glass bowl, skirted base, bun feet, 19.5cm high, 38cm wide, c.1830 £60 - £100 1545 A small George III mahogany and satinwood rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover, veneered with oval reserves, batwing paterae to angles, crossbanded and outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, 11.5cm high, 10.5cm wide, 10cm deep, c.1790 £200 - £300 1546

1546 A small George III rosewood crossbanded burr yew rectangular tea caddy, hinged cover with brass axehead handle, enclosing a single lidded compartment, kite shaped escutcheon, 12.5cm high, 11.5cm wide, 11.5cm deep, c.1790 £300 - £500 1548 A 17th/early 18th century bronze mortar, flared rim, skirted base, 14.5cm high, c.1680 - 1720 £200 - £300 1549 A 18th century mahogany connoisseur lens, turned ebonised handle, 35cm long, c.1860 £50 - £70 1550 A 19th century American whale tooth scrimshaw, engraved with a titled view of U.S.S. Dale, in full sail, 14.5cm long U.S.S. Dale (later Oriole) was a sloop-of-war launched on 8th November 1839. She served in the Pacific, played a part in the Mexican-American War and sailed along the African Coast during missions to suppress the slave trade. After service as part of the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron and spells as a store and training ship, she was renamed and transferred to the United States Coastguard at Baltimore in 1906, before being sold as a hulk in 1921. £600 - £800

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1551 A 19th century and earlier brass table vesta box, the hinged cover mounted with a late 17th/18th century ivory panel, carved after the antique with the Tiber personified, Romulus and Remus suckled by the she-wolf at his back, striker to side, retailed by Fisher, 188 Strand, 7cm wide, c.1875, the panel c.1690 - 1720 £60 - £100 1552 A 19th century brass Thomason patent corkscrew, the brass barrel with two reeded bands and applied with royal coat of arms, turned wooden handle, 18cm long £40 - £60 1553 A 19th century cast iron lion door stop, recumbent, painted in gilt and tan, 21.5cm wide, c.1870 £50 - £80

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1558 A 19th century French tortoiseshell and gold coloured pique mounted lady’s pocket suite, comprising aide memoir, purse and prayer book, each inlaid with a vacant shield shaped cartouche and three graduated bands, the book 11.5cm long, c.1890 (3) £200 - £300 1559 A 19th century gilt brass three-draw monocular, extending to 8.5cm long £80 - £120 1560 A 19th century giltwood rectangular mirror, pierced and foliate carved cresting, 72cm high, 46cm wide £120 - £150 1561 A 19th century hand written and annotated chronicle, ‘Notices of the LIfe of Thomas Day, written by himself, Dublin, 1842’, 291 pages, significantly incorporating a comprehensive exemplification of the introduction of postage stamps and postal stationery; including a January 10th 1840 post office rates, a penny black, penny red and two penny blue. The album also boasts other items such as calling cards, newspaper reports, valentines, cheques, certificates, a silhouette, an 1840 Hanover Rooms auction catalogue. 3/4 leather with marbled boards and brass lock. The chronicle refers to many interesting historical events including the death of King George III, the ascension of George IV, death of Napoleon, the French revolution, English and Irish railways, the end of slavery in British colonies, an 1835-6 printed path of Halley’s Comet and notes of its sighting, and a panorama at the end of the banks of Ireland. A fascinating philatelic and historical survival. £2,000 - £3,000

1554 1554 A 19th century Dieppe ivory Corpus Christi, ebonised cross, 44.5cm long, c.1880 £300 - £400 1555 A 19th century Dieppe ivory rectangular aide memoir, the cover carved in relief with a fete galante, with figures dancing before castle ruins, within a border of flowers and foliage, 10cm wide, c.1860 £100 - £150 1556 A 19th century French desk globe, the patinated metal base with acanthus border, lion paw feet cast with Egyptian herms and leafy scrolls, 17cm high, c.1870 £60 - £100

1562 1562 A 19th century Indian brass mounted ram’s horn inkstand, surmounted by Shiva and other cast figures, the base with a cobra flanked by a pair of wells, 57.5cm wide, c.1880 £80 - £120

1557 1557 A 19th century French silvered metal mounted enamel table casket, decorated in polychrome with lozenges and scrolls, picked out in gilt and jewelled, on a pale blue ground, acanthus scroll feet, 20cm wide, c.1870 £200 - £300

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1563 A 19th century Irish faux walnut oval looking glass, the moulded border applied with paste cabachons, gilt bezel 30cm x 38cmn £100 - £150

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1569 A 19th century steel concertina corkscrew, 6cm worm, shaped pull, extending to 24cm long £40 - £60 1570 A 19th century turned bone Barleycorn pattern chess set, plain and red stained opposition, the kings 8cm high £60 - £100 1571 A boxwood and ebony Staunton pattern chess set, possibly by Jaques, the King’s side pieces marked with a red crown, the kings 8cm high £100 - £150

1564 1564 A 19th century ivory and boxwood chess set, the kings with globular stepped stems, spreading circular bases, king 10cm high, pawn 5cm high, c.1870 £200 - £300 1565 A 19th century ivory and silver pinwork, rectangular visiting card case, decorated with stylised flowerheads and leafy stems, 10cm long, c.1840 £50 - £70

1572 1572 A Chippendale Revival mahogany tripod lazy Susan, piecrust border, ball and claw feet, 46.5cm diam, c.1900 £60 - £80 1573 A Country House turned oak folding boot jack, 86cm high, early 20th century £60 - £80

1566 1566 A 19th century ivory Staunton pattern chess set, probably by Jaques, London, the King’s side pieces marked with a crown, red stained opposition, the kings 90cm high, c.1860 £500 - £700 1567 A 19th century mahogany mantel pocket watch stand, turned finial, hinged cover enclosing a sprung mechanism, circular aperture above a rectangular mirror, plinth base, 278cm high £40 - £60

1574 1574 A George III mahogany angler’s tackle box, leather carrying strap, the hinged twin covers enclosing lift-out trays, drawers and compartments, deep drawer to base, brass loose ring handle, 36.5cm wide, early 19th century £150 - £200

1568 A 19th century oak cartridge box, hinged cover with inset oval brass cartouche inscribed Lord Fredk. Montague, brass swan neck handles to sides, 39.5cm wide £80 - £120

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1575 A George III mahogany box, hinged cover with brass swan neck handle, the interior lined with 18th century flock wallpaper, bat shaped escutcheon, skirted base, brass bun feet, 24cm wide, c.1775 £40 - £60 1576 A George III oak ballot box, the front with circular aperture above a pair of drawers, the interior divided, 29.5cm high, 36.5cm wide, c.1800 £60 - £100

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1579 A George III wax portrait, in relief, of a wigged gentleman,looking to dexter, oval, 10cm x 7cm, gilt slip, maple frame, £120 - £180

1577 A George III provincial oak and mahogany rectangular box, hinged cover enclosing a till compartment and a small drawer, the top and front inlaid in boxwood and ebony with starbursts, crossbanded throughout, ivory escutcheon, 25cm wide, c.1800 £200 - £300

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1580 A George/William IV mahogany travelling apothecary chest, hinged cover enclosing an arrangement of bottles, fitted drawer to base, flush brass military handles, label for Dinneford (Late Tebbs), Family Chemist, London, 23cm high, 25cm wide, c.1830 £100 - £150

1578 A George III shagreen tapered rounded rectangular draughtsman’s etui, hinged cover enclosing an ivory folding rule and an arrangement of drawing instruments, 17.5cm long, c.1810 £150 - £200

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1581 A large Sandemans Port green glass bottle, shield cartouche, 57cm high (from Shipley Hall, Derbyshire) £80 - £120 1582 A late 19th century French porcelain and gilt metal mounted ebonised rectangular casket, hinged cover above a pair of doors, each set with a rectangular panel decorated with raised enamels in the Chinese taste with a lady, flowers and arrangements of vases, within pale blue borders, outlined with brass stringing, shaped apron, leafy scroll cast sabot, 26cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £300 1583 A late 19th century horn and E.P.N.S. mounted dinner gong, the horns joined by ball and spire, rounded rectangular oak base, 40cm high, c.1870 £70 - £100 1587

1584 A late 19th century National Cash Register, Dayton, Ohio, USA, of typical design, embossed with leafy scrolls, 1069060, 43cm wide, 1896 £200 - £300 1585 A late Victorian country house stag antler letter clip, the rounded rectangular oak base applied with a dog holding a riding crop, 14.5cm long, c.1900 £40 - £60 1587 A pair of 18th century papier mâché, gesso and gilt interior architectural mouldings, as flowering urns, 49cm high, c.1765 £100 - £150 1588 A pair of 19th century ormolu figural three-light candelabra, each cast as a scantily clad kneeling cherub, supporting a spray of flowers, alabaster socles, scroll bases, 46cm high, c.1870 £150 - £200 1589 A pair of 19th century tall candlesticks, fluted urnular bronze nozzles, fluted and quarter spirally turned columns, dished bases, 57cm high £350 - £400

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1590 A pair of Chinese bronze archaic table lamps, cast with stylised temple dogs on a fret ground, adjustable brass twin light fittings, 118cm high, 20th century £300 - £500 1591 A pair of early Georgian style polychrome painted pine dummy boards, decorated as a young male in frogged coat and female in costume, 102cm high, 19th century, £600 - £1,000 1592 A pair of George III mahogany mantel spill vases, carved with ribbon-tied wheat, turned socles, square bases, 26cm high, c.1800 £100 - £150 1593 A pair of medieval stone foliate corbels, carved in the Romanesque manner with stylised scrolling leafy vine, 26cm and 27cm long, 12th/13th century £100 - £150

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1594 1594 A pair of Regency dark patinated bronze and Sienna marble saucer shaped mantel urns, everted acanthus cast rims, beaded wrapped handles, substantial square plinths with lotus mounts, 32cm high, c.1820 £1,200 - £1,800

1600 A Regency brass and copper oval samovar, vasular finial, domed cover, Greek key borders, loose ring handles terminating in eagle masks, applied with a silver canted rectangular cartouche, reeded lion monopodia, incurved base, bun feet, 46cm high, 31cm wide, the mount London 1806 £50 - £70

1595 A pair of tan leather Officer’s boots, buckled and laced, three section wooden shoe trees; a pair of bone hafted and chrome steel boot pulls, draught turned ends; a silver mounted stag horn hafted riding whip (3) £100 - £150

1601 A Regency dark patinated bronze candlestick, cast as a griffin, belge noir base, 21.5cm high overall £80 - £120

1596 A pair of unusual 19th century sycamore and ash miniature stools, of good colour, turned outswept legs, 12cm high, c.1880 £250 - £350

1602 A Regency patinated bronze pedestal samovar, domed fluted cover with lotus finial, enclosing a tinned cistern with iron slug, reeded border chased with palmettes and chevrons, turned fruitwood mounted scroll handles to sides, incurved square base, bun feet, 44cm high, c.1820 £60 - £100

1597 A polished green veined stone pylon shaped snuff bottle or scent flask, the sides alternately straight and diagonally fluted, 9cm high, probably 19th century £60 - £100

1603 A single deck Steamer, Assimacos, 6350 tons dead weight, built for Ambitio Brothers, London, by William Doxford & Sons, Ltd, Sunderland, rectangular brass case, mahogany plinth, 51cm x 126cm £200 - £300

1598 A post Regency brass and copper compressed campana samovar, bud finial, domed cover, scroll handles, lotus socle, square base, bun feet, 36cm wide, c.1830 £50 - £70

1604 A Tunbridge ware and rosewood cylindrical nutmeg grater, domed screw-fitting cover inlaid with geometric motifs, enclosing a steel rasp, compartment to base, 4cm high, mid-19th century £80 - £120

1599 A post-Regency bronze mounted slate threesection partner’s inkstand, lotus cast carrying handle and covers, pen recesses, 35.5cm wide, c.1835 £100 - £150

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1605 A Victorian coromandel lap desk, hinged cover and sloping front enclosing a tooled and gilt velvet writing surface, well apertures and compartment, brass escutcheon, 35cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £100 1606 A Victorian hexagonal gilt metal trinket box, the cover with Ashford marble panel, the waisted sides applied with strapwork bands, turned feet, silk lined interior, 9.5cm wide, c.1860 £100 - £150 1607 A Victorian mahogany artist’s box, hinged cover with paper label to verso inscribed Moist Colours & Materials for Illumination, enclosing a ceramic palette and an arrangement of compartments and paints, 24cm wide, c.1870 £60 - £80 1608 A Victorian mahogany rectangular artist’s box, by Windsor & Newton, London, hinged cover with paper label to verso enclosing lift-out trays, covered and open compartments and labelled provisions for colours, above a drawer enclosing a ceramic palette, flush brass handle, 23cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150

1612 1612 A William IV/early Victorian Scottish oval wax portrait, of a lady, bust length, looking to dexter, glazed rosewood frame, paper label to verso for (Alexander Hill?), publisher, printseller & colourman to the Royal Scottish Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, 67 Princes Street, Edinburgh, 28.5cm x 25cm overall, c. 1845 £80 - £120

1609 A Victorian oak three-bottle tantalus, canted square bottles, prismatic bottles, 36.5cm wide, c.1870 £80 - £120

1613 A wrought iron chastity belt, 28cm diam £80 - £120

1610 A Victorian rosewood writing box, hinged cover enclosing a tooled and gilt leather writing surface, wells, a liftout tray and compartments, mother of pearl escutcheon, 26.5cm wide, c.1860 £40 - £60

1614 A wrought iron tripod rush light holder, of typical form, 51cm high, 18th/19th century £200 - £300

1615 1615 An 18th century brass mounted coconut tea caddy, the three panels carved with monkeys amongst scrolling branches and Europeans hunting and playing music, divided by strap mounts engraved with chevrons, ogee cover with knop final, moulded circular foot, 15cm high, Dutch East Indies, c.1750 £200 - £300

1611 1611 A Victorian table centre decoration, as an arrangement of porcelain flowers in an opaque glass vase, the lofty glass dome with gilt wood base, 67cm high overall, c.1870 £70 - £100

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1618 An Australian silvered metal mounted emu egg, carved in shallow relief with a kangaroo and a parakeet, emu finial, leafy branches to column, glass dome, turned ebonised base, 33cm high overall £60 - £100

1619 1619 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a Great Dane, standing side-on, 14cm high, c.1900 £120 - £180

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1620 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a mallard duck taking to wing, mounted on a veined marble dish, 16cm wide overall, c.1920 £80 - £120

1616 An 18th century shagreen rectangular scent casket, hinged cover with brass axehead finial, enclosing six clear glass bottles with prismatic stoppers, lined in gold braid trimmed crimson velvet, brass bat shaped handle, bun feet, 13cm high, 14cm wide, c.1755 £200 - £300 1617 An Anglo-Indian ivory, sandal wood and coromandel sedali parquetry rectangular box, typically decorated with tumbling blocks, hinged cover enclosing lift-out trays, 32cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £400

1621 1621 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a pair of budgerigars, with blue, grey and white plumage, perched on a branch at the side of an onyx dish, 16cm wide, c.1910 £100 - £150 1622 An Austrian cold painted bronze, of a woodcock, 7.5cm long, c.1900; another, of a pair of pigeons, 6.5cm wide, c.1900 (2) £80 - £120 1623 An Austrian cold painted novelty inkwell, as a rabbit beside an oversized cabbage, 5.5cm wide, c.1900 £40 - £60

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1624 An early 18th century bronze mortar, flared rim, skirted base, 11cm high, c.1720; another (2) £150 - £200

1629 An English bone chess set, ball finials, red stained opposition, draught turned circular bases, the kings 10.5cm high, 19th century £100 - £150

1625 An early 19th century carved bone Corpus Christi, probably prisoner of war, stained wooden cross, 23cm long £40 - £60

1630 An unusual 19th century brass novelty paperweight, set with a transverse section of submarine telegraph cable, inscribed Callendar (sic) 460 volts W.P., 47 Core 7/064 Paper Lead 5HD. TPD S.W. Armd. & TPD Cable, 12.5cm diam £60 - £100

1626 1626 An early George III Scottish coconut cup, the bowl chip-carved with roundels, scrolling leafy sprigs, fleur-de-lys and two-handled vases, inscribed John Lourie, Leith, March 16 1763, ivory socle, turned lignum vitae foot, 17cm high £200 - £300 1627 An early Victorian pocket watch stand, circular aperture, turned column, dished circular base, beaded borders, 14cm high, c.1840 £40 - £60 1628 An Edwardian oak stationery cabinet, swan neck carrying handle, panelled fall front with ribbon shaped cartouche inscribed Letters, enclosing an inset leather writing surface, a scribe’s drawer, pigeon holes and pivoting compartments, drawer to base, silvered mounts, 41.5cm high, 43cm wide, c.1910 £80 - £120

1631 1631 An unusual French Egyptian Revival cold painted bronze tobacco barrel, as a canopic jar, hinged cover as the head of Horus, flanked by provisions for spills, cast overall with hieroglphics, turned rouge marble base, 28cm high, late 19th/early 20th century £700 - £1,000 1632 English School (early 20th Century) Minoru, thoroughbred racehorse titled, oil on canvas, 25.5cm x 35cm Owned by King Edward VII, Irish bred British trained Minoru ran thirteen times between 1908 and 1910, winning 2000 Guineas and the Epsom Derby £60 - £100 1633 English School (early 20th Century)The Empty Dish initialled RW, oil on panel, 20cm x 26cm £80 - £120

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1634 Geological Specimens - banded agate geode, polished ammonite, stained geode, sections of petrified woods, etc (25) £300 - £500 1635 Joinery - a late model Norris A5 steel bodied adjustable smoothing Plane, stained beech infill and handle, the brass lever cap stamped Norris, London, 24cm long £150 - £200 1636 Medical - a 19th century bone urinary syringe, screw-fitting cover, plunger with turned handle, 11cm long Reference: For an example of a similar object see Christies, 13th December 2001, Sale 9290, Lot 56 £60 - £100 1637 Medicine - a Victorian mahogany chemist’s pharmaceutical chest, hinged cover enclosing thirty glass bottles restrained within circular apertures, shaped brass escutcheon, 22cm wide, c.1880 £60 - £80

1640 1640 Miniature Furniture - an early George III mahogany chest, oversailing moulded top above two short and two long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass loose ring handles, oval escutcheons, carrying handles to sides, skirted base, bracket feet, 33cm high, 39cm wide, c.1760 £400 - £600 1641 Prisoner of War - a fine and large Napoleonic bone and human hair battle ship, The Jeanbart, two gun decks, early 19th century, cased £10,000 - £15,000 1642 Sewing - a 19th century vegetable ivory egg shaped bobbin case, 5cm long, c.1870; a hardwood bodkin case; a tooled leather Needle Book; etc (qty) £70 - £100 1643 Shooting - a leather shoulder of mutton gun case, 79cm long, early 20th century £60 - £100 1644 Social and Postal History - a collection of 19th century letters to the young John Deacon of Mabledon Park, Tonbridge from his family, relating largely to his time at Eton College, variously addressed to Master Deacon at Miss Griffiths, Clapham Common, Mr Pickering’s, Eton, Percival White’s Esq., Park Hill Clapham Common, Brighton and others, mostly wax sealed and postmarked, c.1833 - 1840

1638

Mabledon was bought by John Deacon Snr of William Deacon’s Bank, London in 1828.Upon his death in 1851 the estate was inherited by his son, John Deacon II, to whom the present letters are apparently addressed. £100 - £150

1638 Miniature Furniture - a George III mahogany tripod occasional table, circular tilting top, turned urnular column, cabriole legs, 20.5cm high, early 19th century £100 - £150

1645 Treen - a lignum vitae string box, turned domed cover, skirted base, 13cm high; a biscuit mould, carved with a monkey, 19cm long; another; a scoop; 19th century lead working tools; etc (9) £80 - £120

1639 Miniature Furniture - a late Victorian mahogany chest, chamfered rectangular top above a pair of short serpentine moulded drawers and three long graduated drawers, flanked by scroll carved brackets, shaped plinth base, 33cm high, 36.5cm wide, c.1900 £50 - £70

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1648 1646 Treen - a polished coconut, naively carved with Britannia, HMS Iron Duke, Prince of Wales feathers, crown and initials, 13cm long £150 - £200 1647 Treen - an early 19th century lignum vitae pestle, of large proportions, draught turned pommel, 45cm long, c.1820 £60 - £100 1648 Breweriana - a bottle of Allsopp & Sons Burton ale brewed for the expedition, of conventional shape, with kickin base, unopened the lead seal with embossed with BREWED FOR THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION 1875. The aim of the British Government Arctic Expedition of 1875-76 was to reach the Pole for the first. Led by Sir George Strong Nares (1831-1915) the Expedition’s two ships ‘Discovery’ and ‘Alert’ sailed on 29 May 1875. After over wintering in the arctic and despite enduring many hardships, Nares decided that his route was impractical. The Pole was not reached until Peary’s successful attempt in 1909, although this is debated by some. The discoveries made by the 187576 Expedition were valuable “but were won at the cost of life and with much hardship, since the day had not yet come when scurvy was understood and could be avoided. £500 - £800

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1659 A late 17th century pewter charger, moulded rim, 42cm diam, London Touchmarks, c.1700, Howard Cotterell Label; others, various sizes (4) £200 - £300 1660 French School (19th Century), a pair of gilt metal figures, emblematic of painting and sculpture, the bases set with oval porcelain panels decorated in the manner of Sèvres with colourful summer flowers within Bleu Celeste borders, lion paw feet, 47cm high, c.1870 £250 - £350 1661 Pewter - a 18th century circular pewter charger, 51.5cm diam.; a 19th century tappet hen; a Victorian measure; a graduated set of three lidded measurers; a George III one pink tankard; etc £150 - £250 1662 Brassware - a pair of George III tall brass table candlesticks, spool shaped sconces, plain slender columns, dished circular bases, 32cm high; a pair of George III neoclassical brass table candlesticks, square nozzles, urnualr sconces, square columns, square bases, 27cm high; a pair of George III ejector table candlesticks, circular nozzles, vascular sconces, fluted tapered square columns, stepped square bases, 30cm high, c.1790 (4) £150 - £200

1649 1649 A Victorian gilt bronze novelty preserve barrel, as a bee skep, ropetwist ring finial, hinged cover enclosing a cranberry glass liner, rustic faux wood base, 25cm high, retailed by Howell & James, London, c.1865 £200 - £300 1652 A George III brass bound mahogany writing box, hinged cover enclosing a lockable inset baize lined writing surface, well apertures and compartments, flush brass military handles, 56cm wide, early 19th century £150 - £200

1663 A Queen Anne brass candlestick, spool shaped sconces, knopped stem, dished square base, 20cm high, c.1705; an 18th century bell metal candlestick, spool shaped sconce, turned columns, domed circular base, 23cm high, c.1760 (2) £100 - £150

1653 A George III brass bound mahogany campaign writing slope, by T Handford, 7 Strand, London, paper labels, hinged cover adjustable on a ratchet, enclosing a lockable inset baize lined writing surface, well apertures and compartments, flush brass military handles, 50.5cm wide, c.1810 £200 - £300

1664 A pair of unusually large brass table candlestick, spool shaped sconces, knopped columns, massive spreading circular bases, 29cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100 1665 A pair of three George III steel hearth implements, facetted knopped handles, comprising tongs, shovel and poker, c.1780 £60 - £100

Brass and Metal Work

1666 Twelve 19th century copper pans, steel handles, various dates and makers £200 - £300

1655 A pair of Islamic brass candlesticks, panelled sconces and knopped columns, canted tri-form bases, profusely chased with scrolling foliage, strapwork, camels and script, 39cm high £150 - £200

1667 A 19th century circular shallow pan, steel handle; another, similar; a 19th century circular pan, with rounded bottom, etc, various sizes, makers and dates (13) £100 - £150

1656 An 18th century pewter oval barber’s bowl, of typical form, 29cm wide £40 - £60

1668 A 19th century large two-handled oval copper pan, brass loop handles, 63cm over handles £70 - £100

1657 An Islamic bronze charger, the field with roundel and geometrical motifs, banded rim, 51cm diam, 18th/19th century, hardwood stand; another, 42cm diam (2) £200 - £300

1669 A matched set of eight 19th century copper circular pan lids, steel handles, various dates and makers£60 - £100

1658 A large 17th century pewter charger, quite plain, 55.5cm diam, c.1675 £200 - £300

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1680 A Neo-Classical brass fire curb, the moulded border pierced with two bands of scrolling foliage, cast lion paw feet, 126cm wide, 19th century £70 - £100 1681 An Art Nouveau W.M.F. copper and brass tea kettle on stand, sinuous brass stand, wicker handles, 42cm high, c.1910 £60 - £100 1685 An Art Nouveau green glass pewter mounted claret jug, hinged cover, angular handle, the mount pierced with tendrils, 31cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100 1686 A pair of Pilgrim Pewter Arts and Crafts figural spill vases, embossed with angry faces, on a planished ground, 16cm high, shape no 1389 1/2, stamped marks £50 - £70 1670

1687 A Minerva pewter shaped oval lobster dish, in relief with a large crustacean and fronds, 59cm wide £60 - £100

1670 A 19th century three gallon hay stack measure, by L Lumley and Co, American Square London, 35cm high; another, four gallon, 46cm high, dated 1840 (2) £100 - £150 1671 A large 19th century brass two-handled mortar and pestle, no.5, 33cm high £60 - £100 1672 A graduated set of three George III Avoir weights, Bucklow Hundred, Bourgh of Macclesfield, stamped GR III, 7lb, 2lb, 1lb £60 - £100 1673 A George III style pierced steel and iron serpentine front fire basket, turned finials, 74cm wide, 19th century £200 - £300 1674 A pair of large steel and iron fire dogs, ball and spire finials, scroll legs, rectangular block feet, 61cm high £100 - £150 1675 Nautical - a brass 20lb anchor, inscribed Wild, LPHN, 71127, 1962, 63cm long £60 - £100

1688

1676 A pair of Continental brass and steel pricket candlesticks, broad saucer shaped drip pans, knopped baluster columns, stepped waisted triangular bases, lion paw feet, 51cm high, 19th century £60 - £100

1688 Liberty & Co - a Tudric pewter bowed square biscuit box, designed by Archibald Knox (1864 - 1933), manufactured by W H Haseler, raised and dished centre cover with arched grips, the sides embossed in relief sinuous flowers and leaves, 11cm wide, no. 0237, marked Tudric, made in England, c.1905 Literature: Tilbrook, Adrian, J., The Designs of Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co, Richard Dennis (Shepton Beauchamp 1995) £800 - £1,200

1677 A pair of Continental brass heemskerk type candlesticks, Dutch or Spanish, broad drip pans, triangular bases, paw feet, 28cm high, 18th/19th century £60 - £100 1678 A 19th century steel and brass tripod trivet, circular top, knopped baluster column, shaped pad feet, 30cm high; another; a pair of George II style brass candlesticks; another pair, c.1800; etc (8) £40 - £60

1689 A W.M.F. Art Nouveau circular plaque, the central fielded panel embossed with a classical maiden, she sits in flowing diaphanous garments within a walled garden, her hand outstretched to a pair of doves, stylised sinuous border, pattern number 281A, marked WMFB, 30cm diam, early 20th century £60 - £100

1679 A George III brass footman, rectangular top, shaped apron, handles to sides, cabriole forelegs, pad feet, 48cm wide, 19th century £50 - £70

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Taxidermy

1690 A** Ouline (French Art Deco), a chrome and bronzed spelter figure group, of a naked lady and panther, marble base, with onyx to angles, 30cm high, 59cm long £500 - £800

1700 Taxidermy - a large pufferfish (Tetraodontidae) £60 - £100

1691 A Victorian brass and stained glass hexagonal hall ceiling lantern, anthemion scroll crestings, each red glass light decorated in yellow with an architectural cartouche framing a frosted panel of diapers, fluted knop underfinials, 41.5cm high, c.1870 £150 - £200

1701 Taxidermy - a Victorian arrangement, of a pair of black grouse or ptarmigan, rectangular ebonised case, 47cm high, 92cm wide £60 - £100

1692 A Victorian brass and green vaseline glass table oil lamp, moulded shade and reservoir, Duplex type burner, black glazed base, 56cm high, c.1880 £60 - £100

1702 Taxidermy - a Victorian arrangement of pheasants, with cock, hen and chick amongst mosses, rectangular ebonised case, 50cm high, 120cm wide £60 - £100

1693 A pair of French bronze five-light candelabra, detachable nozzles, urnular sconces cast with strapwork, scroll branches, tapered columns, rectangular bases, pierced and cast throughout with leafy scrolls, acanthus feet, 52cm high £100 - £150

1703 Taxidermy - a Victorian elephant’s foot walking stick stand, brass mounted, 33cm high, c.1880 £100 - £150 1704 Natural History - shells, various, coral, conch, cowie, moon, cantharus; etc £60 - £100 1705 Taxidermy - a crocodile, c.1880

1695 An early 19th century dark patinated bronze ceiling chandlier counter weight, cast in bas relief with a procession of Classical figures on horseback, three suspension lugs, 15cm high, 14.5cm diam, c.1820 £100 - £150

1706 Taxidermy - a Woodcock, mounted as in flight, amongst moss and grasses, Edwardian ebonised case, 48cm x 47cm £60 - £100

1696 A pair of Continental porcelain mounted gilt metal figural two-light mantel candelabra, mounted with a young boy and girl in 18th century dress seated in a niche, detachable nozzles, cast overall with scrolling acanthus, 30cm high, c.1880 £400 - £600

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1707 Taxidermy - a Jay and Magpie, cased, 51.5cm high, 51cm wide £60 - £100

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1708 Taxidermy - Emperor Cock and Hen Pheasant, 95cm x 46cm, cased £60 - £100

1713 Taxidermy - Taxidermy - a ganet, perched on a mossy stump, amongst sand and sea shells, cased, 76cm high, 48cm wide £100 - £150

1709 Taxidermy - a Green Amazonian ring neck parakeet, perched on a branch amongst grasses, 46cm high, 24cm wide £40 - £60

1714 Taxidermy - an arrangement of birds, perched on branches, 141cm x 51cm £120 - £180

1710 Taxidermy - an arrangement of three jays, perched on a branch, with a stoat, cased, 105cm high, 74cm wide £80 - £120

1715 Taxidermy - two Perch, amongst reeds, 44cm x 67cm, bowed case £100 - £150 1716 Taxidermy - a Salmon, amongst reeds, 44cm x 106cm bowed case £100 - £150

1717 1717 Taxidermy - a Jack Pike, amongst reeds, 44cm x 122cm, bowed case £200 - £300 1718 Taxidermy - a Sea Trout, amongst reed, 43cm x 106cm, cased £100 - £150 1711 1711 Taxidermy - a Fox and Partridge, 83cm x 67cm, cased £100 - £150

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1719

1712 Taxidermy - an arrangement of South American birds, toucan, fire-breasted aracai, bee-eater, masked droniquill, fork tailed drongo, etc, 96cm x 77cm, cased £150 - £250

1719 Taxidermy - a 19th century arrangement of Central and South American birds, predominantly weaver and humming birds, glass dome, ebonised base, 63cm high £60 - £100

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1724 Taxidermy - a Jay, perched on a branch, cased, 46cm high, 31cm wide £40 - £60 1725 Taxidermy - a jay, perched on a mossy post, wings outstretched, 45cm high £40 - £60 1726 Taxidermy - a kingfisher, perched on a branch, cased, 33cm high, 28cm wide £40 - £60

1720 1720 Taxidermy - a 19th century arrangement of exotic birds, including Amazonian ring neck parakeet, weaver and hooded kingfisher, glass dome, ebonised base, 98cm high £100 - £150 1721 Taxidermy - a Rainbow Trout, amongst reeds, inscribed Dentford Park Waters, ‘Kennet’ 5lb 2oz, June 1940, 34.5cm x 73cm, bowed case £100 - £150 1722 Taxidermy - a Roach, caught September 7th 1901, at the Mill Pond Surrey, 24cm x 38cm, bowed case £60 - £100

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1723 Taxidermy - a pair of woodpeckers, perched on a branch, cased, 43cm high, 26cm wide £40 - £60

1727 Taxidermy - a snowy owl, perched on a post, wings spread, 44cm high £40 - £60 1728 Taxidermy - a snowy owl, perched on a branch. wings outstretched, 50cm high £40 - £60 1729 Taxidermy - a stag’s head, twelve points, oak shield shaped mount, 135cm high £60 - £100 1730 Taxidermy - a peacock, perched on a branch, 186cm long £60 - £100 1731 Taxidermy - a peacock, perched on a branch, oval mahogany mount, 195cm long £60 - £100 1732 Taxidermy - a pheasant, perched on a post, 64cm high £40 - £60 1733 Taxidermy - a pheasant, mounted as in flight, 130cm long £40 - £60 1734 Taxidermy - a pair of pheasants, perched on a branch, mossy base, 79cm high £50 - £80

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1735 Taxidermy - a peacock, perched on a branch, oval oak mount, 196cm long £60 - £100

1742 Taxidermy - a pheasant, mounted as in flight, 75cm long £40 - £60

1736 Taxidermy - a pheasant, pale plumage, perched on a post, 65cm high £40 - £60

1743 Taxidermy - a deer, 70cm long

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1744 Taxidermy - a parakeet, green and blue plumage, 34cm long, oval mount; other exotic birds (3) £60 - £100

1737 Taxidermy - a blue and yellow Macaw parrot, mounted on a mossy branch, 81cm long £60 - £100

1745 Taxidermy - a pair of parakeets, red, green and blue plumage, perched on a gnarled branch, 56cm wide overall £60 - £100 1746 Taxidermy - a cockatiel, mounted as in flight, branch base, 42cm wide; a pair of exotic birds (3) £50 - £80

Textiles 1754 A Queen Anne rectangular needlework sampler, embroidered by Elizabeth **, 1712, with alphabet, verse, stylised flowers and foliage, 44cm x 21cm, framed £200 - £300 1755 A 17th/early 18th century crewel work bed hanging, surface embroidered with fanciful birds, scrolling foliage, flowers and fruit, in tones of claret, green and yellow, 140cm x 184cm, c.1680 - 1720 £200 - £300 1756 A 19th century needlework sampler, embroidered by Susanna Bagley, 1800, with alphabet and verse, meandering border, 37cm x 29cm £60 - £100

1738 1738 Taxidermy - a blue and yellow Macaw parrot, mounted on a mossy branch, 74cm long £60 - £100 1739 Taxidermy - a kingfisher, mounted as in flight, above pebbles and grasses, cased, 34cm high, 26cm wide£40 - £60

1757 1757 A 19th century sailor’s woolwork picture, relating to the Crimean War and the Alliance, worked in colours with a war ship within a crowned oval, flanked by the flags of the British, French and Ottoman Empires and the Kingdom of Sardinia, 42cm x 61cm, framed, c.1853 -56 £150 - £200

1740 Taxidermy - a white peacock, perched on a branch, oval mount, 97cm long £60 - £100 1741 Taxidermy - a pair of cockatoo, mounted as in flight, rustic branch mount, 72cm wide £40 - £60

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1758 A George III needlework sampler, by Janet Anderson, stitched with alphabet, house, flowers peacock and other birds, 52cm x 31cm, dated 1819 £60 - £100 1759 A George III needlework sampler, by Mary Kenward, 19th May 1819, typically worked in bright colours with farmhouse, cow, birds, insects, hares, trees, Adam and Eve and serpent, within a meandering border, 35cm x 31cm £100 - £150 1760 A George III needlework sampler, embroidered by Temperance Genge, April 21st 1815 with verse,The Life of a Happy Man, within meandering border, 40cm x 33.5cm, framed £100 - £150 1761 A George III oval needlework sampler, embroidered in silk with figures and dogs taking a stroll, 33.5cm x 28cm, framed £80 - £120 1762 A George IV rectangular needlework sampler, by Ellen Bulleys, Work Done at AP Hans School, Nov 27 1827 Aged 10, typically worked in bright colours with house, birds, stylised insects, flowering urns, huntsmen, trees and plants, within a meandering border, 29cm x 26.5cm, c.1827, framed Ellen Bulley was born in 1817, daughter of Ashburnham Bulley of Chelsea and Jane his wife.The school may have been in Hans Place, Chelsea. £200 - £300

1762 1763 A late 19th century Chinese fan, painted with figures within a landscape, the verso with script, on a gold ground, pierced hardwood stand, 53cm x 31cm £1,200 - £1,800

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1771 Lord Alistair McAlpine’s - a collection of fifteen Afghanistan and Turkmenistan embroidered skull caps, 16cm - 20cm Purchased from Bonhams 2008 - Textiles from the Collection of Alistair Mcalpine Robert Alistair McAlpine, Baron McAlpine of West Green (born 14 May 1942), often known as Alistair McAlpine, is a retired British businessman, politician and author who was an advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher £100 - £150

1764 1764 A mid 19th century sampler, embroidered by Harriet Draper, 1841, with stylised birds, verse, church, buildings and verse, within meandering border, 42cm x 32cm £180 - £220 1765 A mid 20th century Navajo eye dazzler woollen rug £100 - £150

1772 1772 Thomas Wardle (1831- 1909) - Wardle & Co, Ajunta pattern, printed velveteen, 50cm x 60cm, designed c.1880

1766 A Persian Tabriz silk Tree of Life carpet, worked in tones of red and blue with peacocks and fanciful birds, on a pale caramel ground, the border with a broad band of shaped reserves, outlined by garde borders of flowerheads, 277cm x 146cm £300 - £500

Ref: The Fine Art Society Plc, Arts & Crafts Textiles in Britain, 4th - 29th October 1999 £60 - £100 1773 Titanic - a pair of commemorative woolwork pictures, made by Charles Henry Collison, 17th June 1914, each colourfully worked with ship, Union and United States flags, flowers and clasped hands, inscribed Titanic on her Maiden Voyage, Leaving Southampton April 10 1912, a Fond Farewell and Titanic on her Maiden Voyage, The Terrible Disaster April 14 1912, The Last Farewell, 73cm x 24cm, framed as a set of three with Collison’s poem The Loss of the Titanic (3) £200 - £300

1767 A Victorian needlework sampler, embroidered with hall, swans, falcon and stylised flowers, within meandering border, dated 1839, 26cm x 26cm square, framed £60 - £100 1768 A Victorian paisley throw, typically worked in tones of red, blue and brown, 67cm x 60cm £100 - £150

1774 Truman Capote - a collection of neckware, silk, woollen and linen, various makers, Yves St Laurent, Bill Blass, Calvin Klein, Gucci, c.1950 - 1980 (15) Purchased from Bonhams 2006 - The Private World of Truamn Capote, 9 Nov 2006, New York Truman Streckfus Persons (September 30, 1924 - August 25, 1984), known as Truman Capote: was an American author, many of whose short stories, novels, plays and nonfiction are recognized literary classics, including the novel Breakfast at Tiffany and the true crime novel In Cold Blood At least 20 films and television dramas have been produced from Capote novels, stories and screenplays. £50 - £70

1769 A Victorian rectangular needlework sampler, by Fanny Johnson Aged 12, Honington School, stitched with alphabet, a farmer and his wife, tree, house, windmill, crowns, rabbits and birds, within a meandering border, 41cm x 35cm, dated Aug 4 1871; others (3) £60 - £100 1770 Dame Margot Fonteyn’s - accessories, including a Cartier Ltd London crocodile handbag; a pair of black leather Gian Carlo boots, with stacked heel; two shawls Purchased from Christies 2000 - The Dame Margot Fonteyn Collection £100 - £150

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Blue John 1780 A Derbyshire Blue John uncut section, 14cm long, 11cm wide, 8cm deep £60 - £100 1781 A Derbyshire Blue John uncut section, 18cm long, 13cm wide, 7cm deep £100 - £150 1782 A Derbyshire Blue John uncut section, 23cm wide, 17cm long, 12cm deep £200 - £300 1783 A George III Derbyshire Blue John urnular pedestal goblet, ropetwist swing handle, domed circular foot, 10cm high, c.1800 (faults) £80 - £120

1775 1775 A 19th century American needlework, embroidered in wool and silk with minstrel around around a table, drinking champagne and having cake, 48.5cm x 50cm £200 - £400 1777 English School (19th Century) Looting Strictly Forbidden signed, J.S.H., watercolour and pen ink, 25cm x 19.5cm £100 - £150

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1778 An 18th century needlework sampler, embroidered in silk with Laurence Stern and Maria, with coach, coachmen, horses, goat, trees and foliage, 44cm x 48cm, c.1770 £300 - £500

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1785 A 19th century Derbyshire Blue John egg shaped paperweight, 5cm long £100 - £150 1786 A Derbyshire Ashford marble oval brooch, typically inlaid with flowers, gold coloured metal mount, 4.5cm wide £50 - £70 1787 A 19th century Blue John circular bowl, 7.5cm diam; others, shallower, 6.5cm and 6cm (4) £200 - £250 1788 A pair of gilt metal mounted Derbyshire Blue John mantel sticks, detachable nozzles, lotus cast sconces and drip pans, cylindrical columns, circular foot outlined with a band of bell husks, 16.5cm high £300 - £500 1789 A 19th century North European ivory carving, of an archer and his young son, the bearded man stands, his crossbow over his shoulder, 13cm high, turned wooden socle, c.1880 £600 - £900

1802 1802 A 19th century novelty gentleman’s walking cane, the pommel well carved as a smiling negro, ivory teeth, high collar, rustic shaft, 91cm long overall, c.1870 £200 - £300

Walking Sticks

1803 A Chinese bamboo parasol, the handle carved with lotus, masks and cloud covered mountains, silk shade, 80cm long overall, c.1900 £60 - £100

1792 A 19th century gentlemans novelty telescope walking cane, brass mounted and leather bound, 90.5cm long £100 - £150

1804 A gentleman’s walking cane, egg shaped Tiger eye pommel, ebonised shaft, 98cm long £60 - £100

1794 Smoking - a 19th century gentleman’s novelty gadget walking cane, the pommel enclosing a pipe, 88cm long overall £60 - £100

1805 A George VI gentleman’s silver mounted walking cane, L-shaped stag antler handle, the ferrule engraved and chased with scrolling foliage centred by a shield shaped cartouche, 93cm long, London 1938; others, similar (4) £60 - £100

1795 A 19th century Anglo Indian ivory walking cane handle, carved as a lion recumbent, 91cm long £50 - £70 1796 A 19th century folk art walking stick, probably holly, the pommel carved with the head of a monkey, the shaft carved around a knot with a parrot, 83cm long £50 - £80

1806 An Asian coromandel novelty walking cane, possibly Siam, the pommel carved with a tribesman, bust length, wearing an animal skin, 94cm long overall £60 - £100

1797 A 19th century ivory hafted gentleman walking cane, plain T shaped bar handle, ebonised shaft, 90cm long, c.1900 £40 - £60 1798 A 19th century ivory hafted gentleman walking cane, the handle quite plain, set with a coin, 91cm high £60 - £100 1799 A 19th century ivory hafted gentleman’s walking cane, carved with a bust of the Duke of Wellington,The Iron Duke, tortoiseshell and iron ferrule, 93cm long £100 - £150 1800 A 19th century ivory novelty walking cane handle, carved as a hand grasping a lotus, associated cane shaft, 89cm long overall £40 - £60 1801 A 19th century malacca sword stick, 70cm fullered blade, gilt metal pommel, the hilt with push-button clasp, the ferule inscribed J.A.M. Anley, 89.5cm long overall, c.1860 £100 - £150

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1807 An Edwardian silver mounted novelty gentleman’s walking cane, as a fishing rod, in three sections, curved horn handle, removable cap enclosing a hollow shaft, the stick 99cm long, 273cm long (assembled), the mounts Chester 1902 £120 - £180

1813 A 19th century silver coloured metal mounted ‘binocular’ combination double scent bottle and vinaigrette, hinged and screw-fitting covers chased and engraved with scrolling foliage, hinged centre enclosing a pierced grille, chequered clear glass reservoirs, 13.5cm long, apparently unmarked, c.1860 Provenance: Purchased from Asprey’s c.1920 £300 - £400

Scent Bottles

1814 A 19th century silver mounted blue overlaid clear glass scent bottle, hinged domed cover engraved and chased with flowers and scrolling leaves, the body cut with shaped panels and decorated in gilt with scrolls, 10cm high, c.1880 £50 - £80

1808 A 19th century carnelian scent bottle, canted angles, silver gilt hinged cover, 8cm high, c.1820; another, facetted shaped oval, silver hinged domed cover, 7cm high, c.1820 (2) £200 - £300

1815 A 19th century silver mounted cut uranium glass scent bottle, hinged domed stopper engraved and chased with flowers and scrolling leaves, 9cm long, apparently unmarked, c.1880 £50 - £80

1809 A 19th century Derbyshire Blue John domed circular paperweight, brass ball finial, 8cm diam£200 - £300 1810 A 19th century Dutch gold mounted clear glass facetted mallet shaped scent bottle, hinged pommel shaped cover, 11cm high, c.1850 £150 - £200

1816 A D’Argental cameo glass bottle shaped atomiser, overlaid in red over orange with trees against a sunset, the gilt mount engraved with leafy branches, patent mechanism, 11.5cm high, cameo signature, c.1900 £300 - £400

1811 A 19th century French silver-gilt and banded agate mounted double ended scent bottle, hinged covers cabachon set and applied with bands of flowering foliage, wrythen clear glass reservoirs, 12.5cm long, retailed by Mon. Mac-Henry & Pardonneau, Paris, the fitted tooled and gilt leather case initialled C.C.P. below a count’s coronet, c.1875 £600 - £800

1818 A George V clear glass globular scent flask, acid etched with ribbon tied wreaths, silver collar, domed hinged cover, 13cm high, Birmingham 1914 £60 - £100 1819 A lacquered brass miner’s dial, by J Casartelli & Son, Manchester, 15cm register, gauge to side, 31cm wide overall, mahogany case with paper label for John Davis & Son (Derby) Ltd £60 - £100

1812 A 19th century ivory mounted scent bottle, screwfitting cover enclosing a glass stopper, cane wrapped, 7cm high £50 - £70

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1826 A Sitzendorf porcelain figural double scent bottle, modelled after Meissen, he stands holding game and a basket of eggs, a young girl hidden amongst a wheatsheaf on his back, butterfly stopper, 8.5cm high, blue crossed swords and S mark; another, modelled as a courting couple embracing beneath a tree, the stopper with a pair of love birds, 10cm high, blue mark (2) £150 - £200 1827 A Spode type compressed ovoid scent bottle and stopper, painted with a band of roses and and gilt on a green ground, 7cm high, c.1830; an English porcelain compressed globular scent bottle, encrusted with colourful summer flowers, gilt borders, 10cm high, mid-19th century (2) £60 - £100 1828 A Victorian Aesthetic Movement silver square scent bottle, engraved with songbirds amongst flowering branches, hinged domed cover enclosing a stopper, 6cm high, Frederick Bradford Macrea, London 1886 £200 - £300 1829 A Victorian novelty silver mounted cranberry glass scent bottle, as an owl, screw-fitting cover naturalistically chased with feathers, glass eyes, 8.5cm long, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1894 £600 - £700

1820 A Lalique L’Air du Temps scent bottle, Nina Ricci, clear glass spiralling ovoid bottle, the frosted stopper with two doves, 31cm high £200 - £300

1830 A Victorian silver mounted crystal globular scent bottle, probably by Thomas Webb, hinged domed cover embossed with Reynolds angels, enclosing a flattened prismatic stopper, well cut with spiders on webs, two with six legs, flowers and diapers, star-cut base, 12cm high, the mounts William Comyns, London 1898 £120 - £180

1821 A Lalique Les Flacons Collection scent bottle, , Jour et Nuit, no. B747, sealed with contents, boxed, c.1999 £100 - £150

1831 An Edwardian silver novelty scent bottle, as a life ring and crossed oars, inscribed Life Buoy, fluted globular top, 4cm long, White & Reynolds, Chester 1902 £150 - £200

1822 A large 19th century brass mounted circular lens, 26cm diam £40 - £60

Bijouterie

1823 A late Victorian silver mounted Wedgwood blue and white moon flask scent bottle, transfer printed with the Willow pattern, domed screw-fitting cover, 5.5cm long, Rd. 429260, Sampson Mordan Chester 1901 £100 - £150

1832 A George III South Staffordshire enamel waisted circular pill or patch box, of Wednesbury type, the domed cover decorated in white with a dove, faintly inscribed The Gift of a Friend, 2.5cm diam, c.1800 £70 - £100

1824 A Napoleon III kingwood and parquetry scent casket, hinged brass mounted cover enclosing a pair of panelled oval bottles and stoppers decorated in gilt with scrolls, 13cm wide, c.1870 £200 - £300

1833 A George III South Staffordshire enamel waisted circular pill or patch box, the domed cover painted with a family, pink base, 3cm diam, c.1770 £120 - £180

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1834 A George III South Staffordshire enamel, oval patch box, hinged cover printed in monochrome with a monument and inscribed A Token of Love, on a pink ground, fluted base, 4cm wide, c.1790 £120 - £180

1825 A Royal Worcester shield shaped scent bottle, decorated with violets on a duck egg green ground, 9.5cm long, printed crown and circle mark; a 19th century Parian ware ovoid scent bottle, moulded with flowers and acanthus, 8cm long, c.1870 (2) £100 - £150

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1835 A late 19th century brass novelty vesta case, as an out house, hinged cover, the door enclosing a gentleman seated on the lavatory, 5cm high, c.1890 £80 - £120 1836 A 19th century tortoiseshell and silver pique rounded rectangular pocket cheroot case, hinged cover inlaid with flowering leafy sprigs, to verso with a shield shaped cartouche, 13cm long, c.1870 £100 - £150 1837 A late 19th century tortoiseshell, silver, gold and abalone shell rounded rectangular cigarette case, hinged cover inlaid with flowering leafy stems, an insect and label cartouche, 9cm long, c.1900; a tortoiseshell visiting card case, 8.5cm long, c.1850 (2) £100 - £150 1838 An 18th/19th century mother of pearl and silver coloured metal cylindrical bodkin case, 7cm long; another (2) £70 - £100 1839 A George III tortoiseshell miniature casket, the hinged domed cover decorated with cut steel pins and silvered stringing, stained ivory feet, 6.5cm wide, c.1820 £40 - £60 1840 A George III South Staffordshire enamel waisted circular pill or patch box, the slightly domed cover inscribed I Look’d and Lov’d (sic), on a white ground, pink base, 3cm diam, c.1780 £50 - £70

1842 1842 A French Dieppe ivory miniature figure, of a naked lady, her arms raised, tall domed base, 9cm high, late 19th century £400 - £500 1843 A silver hat pin, the terminal in the form of a Dutch traditional hat, Charles Horner, Chester 1911; another, scroll terminal, Charles Horner; another, the terminal as a butterfly enamelled and applied with stones, Charles Horner, c.1910; a similar brooch; etc (8) £180 - £220

1841 1841 A late 19th century 9ct gold and tortoiseshell circular compact, the hinged cover inlaid with ribbon tied floral wreath, 5cm diam, c.1900 £100 - £150

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1847 A Queen Anne/George I silver and tortoiseshell oval snuff box, the cover decorated in pins with strapwork, stand-away hing, 7cm wide, c.1715 £200 - £300 1848 A silver coloured metal mounted cowrie shell snuff box, flush-hinged cover chased with revelling figures, shaped pendant border, 9cm wide, 18th/early 19th century £200 - £300 1849 A 19th century horn snuff box, hinged cover decorated in silver coloured metal with a rectangular cartouche, shell and studs, 9cm wide £70 - £100 1850 An 18th century pressed tortoiseshell and silver and gold pique circular table snuff box, hinged cover inlaid with flowers and leafy stems, 8.5cm diam, c.1775 £200 - £300 1851 A 19th century Persian penwork rectangular snuff box, hinged cover decorated with a harem, to verso with scholars, the sides with cattle and a woman cooking, 9cm wide £80 - £120 1852 A George III lacquered papier mache circular snuff box, decorated in red, green and gilt with flowers and wavy bands, 8.5cm diam, c.1800; another, similar (2) £40 - £60

1844 1844 A French silver and yellow enamelled combination seal and scent bottle, of oval form, engine turned, 5.25cm high, late 19th century £400 - £500

1853 A late 19th century horn, silver coloured metal mounted horn snuff mull, the mounts tin the Arts and Crafts taste, hinged cover embossed ACC, above a shaped wavy pendant border, applied with a monogram, 17cm high, associated stand £60 - £100

Snuff Boxes

Miniatures 1854 A Rove (19th Century), a portrait miniature, of Mrs Burgh, half length, her white silk dress pinned with a rose, oval, watercolour on ivory, 8.5cm x 6.5cm £150 - £250

1845 1845 A 19th century gold mounted agate circular snuff box, domed cover with stand-away hinge, retailed by Finnigan’s Ltd, 18 New Bond Street, W, 5cm diam £600 - £800 1846 A George III gold coloured metal mounted tortoiseshell oval snuff box, hinged cover centred by a vacant oval cartouche, on a radiating ground within a border of leafy scrolls, 9cm wide, c.1800 £150 - £200

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1855 English/Irish School (19th Century), a portrait miniature, of a gentleman, bust length, with brown hair, black coat and white stock, oval, watercolour on ivory, 7cm x 5.5cm £150 - £200

1859 English School (18th Century), a portrait miniature, of a lady of title, bust length, wearing a green silk dress, oval, oil on copper, 5.5cm x 4.5cm £200 - £300

1856 French School (19th/early 20th Century), a pair of portrait miniatures, of ladies, half length, one with a broad brimmed hat, holding flowers, the other leaning on an open book, her hair in ringlets, oval, watercolours on ivory, 8.5cm x 6cm £150 - £200

Tribal Art and Antiquities 1860 Tribal Art - a Yaul healing figure, typically coarsely fired, standing on oversize pad feet, 21cm high, Sepik River, Papua New Guinea £60 - £100 1861 Tribal Art - a Xhosa pipe, long stem, horn mouthpiece, 33cm long, South Africa, 19th/early 20th century £50 - £70

1857 1857 English School (19th Century), a portrait miniature, of a curly haired young girl, bust length, wearing a lace trimmed dress, oval, watercolour on ivory, 5.5cm x 4cm, inscribed to verso H K Raine/The Old Residence 20/12/92, York Henry Keyworth Raine was the son of James and Anne Jane Raine of The Old Residence,York, and was born in 1872. By 1911 he was resident at Beccles, Suffolk. £100 - £150

1862 1862 Tribal Art - a Tongan apa’apai club, carved with rectilinear panels of geometric tata, 97cm long, 19th century

1858 English School (19th Century), a portrait miniature, of a gentleman, bust length, wearing a black coat, his hair combed to the side, oval, watercolour on ivory, 4cm x 3.5cm, mounted in a gold coloured metal locket £60 - £100

Reference: Pitt Rivers Museum, 1884.98.51

£500 - £800

1863 1863 Tribal Art - a South African knobkerrie, formed from a single piece, 55cm long, 19th century £60 - £100

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1864 Tribal Art - a Senufo maternity figure, 30cm high, Ivory Coast £80 - £120

1871 Tribal Art - a Benin bronze figural stand, cast as a Portuguese warrior, standing, holding a sword, domed circular base, Nigeria, 41.5cm high £300 - £500

1865 Tribal Art - a Polynesian paddle, pointed flatened head, carved and pierced pommel, 134cm wide£100 - £150 1866 Tribal Art - a Nigerian money axe, wrought iron blade, copper club shaped haft, 35cm long £60 - £100

1872 Tribal Art - a 19th century West African ivory tusk, carved with female bust, balancing on her head two sections, each with figures in a forest, 36cm high, 51cm long £100 - £150

1867 Tribal Art - a floor standing spice grinder, curved Tshaped handle terminating in simple stylised birds’ heads, shaped legs, 28cm high, Indian Sub-Continent £50 - £80

1873 Natural History - a large polished fossil specimen, with goniatite and orthoceras, mounted for display, 35cm x 37cm £60 - £100

1868 Tribal Art - a dagger, 19cm pointed blade, the ivory handle carved as a stylised scarified face, 28.5cm long overall £60 - £100

1874 Tribal Art - an East African Kamba stool, the circular top with bands of geometrical beads, 38cm diam£80 - £120 1875 Tribal Art - an African wooden bust, carved as an elder, head and shoulders, rectangular plinth, 24cm high £120 - £180

1869 Tribal Art - a carving, possibly Yoruba, of a figure, bust length, wearing a headdress, 29.5cm high, early 20th century £60 - £100 1870 Tribal Art - a carved hardwood figure group, of four row of three stylised figures, each standing on the other, 60cm high £80 - £120

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1879 A Yupik Inuit oosik club, formed from the fossilsed penile bone (baculum) of a walrus, 39.5cm long£200 - £300 1880 An Islamic bronze mortar, cast with guilloche bands and cabachons, 12.5cm high £300 - £400 1881 An Indian child’s pull-along toy, as a stylised animal, 24.5cm long, 19th/early 20th century £40 - £60 1882 An Asian cast metal fragment, the head of Buddha, 25cm high, mounted £60 - £80 1884 A Roman Amphora, of typical marine design, wooden stand, ribbed neck, 85cm high £200 - £300

1876 1876 Tribal Art - an African nzappa zap axe, curved blade with long tang chased with geometric motifs, curved shaft with bulbous head, 56cm long overall, Congo, 19th/early 20th century £200 - £300 1877 Tribal Art - an African mask, possibly Senufo, pointed arched cresting, domed projecting forehead, eliptical eyes, angular nose, scarified overall, 31cm long, Ivory Coast £60 - £100 1878 Tribal Art - a zulu calabash gourd milk pail, hide carrying handle, 23cm high £60 - £80

1885 1885 A Persian Islamic bronze kohl flask, shaped finial, chased with diapers, flowers, scrolling foliage and lotus leaves, four tall legs, circular pad feet, 18.5cm high, 18th century £60 - £100

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1890 Antiquities - a Roman glass bead, 3cm diam £80 - £120 1891 Antiquities - a stone fragment, possibly depicting Karttikeya or Murugan, Hindu god of war, showing two of his six faces, 14cm high, probably Indian Subcontinent c.13th century £60 - £100 1892 Natural History - a fossilised icthyosaur vertebrae, Mesozoic Era, 10cm diam; a fossilised bison metatarsal, Pliocene Age, 23cm long (2) £70 - £100 1893 Natural History - a fossilised Keichousaurus, 19cm x 26cm overall £150 - £200 1894 Natural History - a fossilised whale vertebra, 15.5cm wide £50 - £70 1895 Natural History - a geological specimen £40 - £60 1896 Tribal Art - an African snake skin and carved ivory instrument, the neck carved with crocodile, head terminal, 95cm long £60 - £100

1886 1886 A Cocle pottery circular bowl, the red clay body decorated with stylised humming birds, flowers and serpents, outlined by wavy bands and dogtooth borders, in tones of black and red on a grey/cream ground, 15.5cm diam, Panama c.1200 - 1400 £100 - £150

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Day Three Friday 5th July at 3.30pm

Bronzes, Instruments, Clocks & Furniture

Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers


Bronzes and Sculptures 1900 A 19th century French bronze desk thermometer, as the Luxor Obelisk, silvered scale, square belge noir base, 20.5cm high, c.1870 £80 - £120

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1901 A Chinese dark patinated bronze ding censer, serpentine lug handles, cast and applied with temple dragons, paw feet with masks to knees, inscribed with three characters, 16.5cm diam, Qing dynasty £400 - £600 1902 A pair of Grand Tour bronzed two-light candelabra, each surmounted by a portrait bust, campana sconces, circular bases, 23cm high, 19th century £100 - £150 1903 After Giambologna, a brown patinated bronze, Fortuna, lotus socle, square base, 19cm high, 19th century £60 - £80 1904 After the Antique a brown patinated bronze, Diana of Gabii, square base, signed F Barbedienne,Foudeur, 34.5cm high, 19th century £300 - £400 1905 Alfred Dubucand (1828 - 1894), a gilt bronze, of a deer, standing on the woodland floor, oval base, signed in the maquette, 12cm high £60 - £100 1907 Auguste Joseph Carrier (French 1800-1875), after, a gilt bronze bust, A Rose in Bloom, alabaster socle, 20cm high £150 - £200

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1908 Charles Cumberworth (1811 - 1852), dark brown patinated bronze, Nubian Water Carrier, the circular base with leaves and foliage, 66cm high, signed ÂŁ3,000 - ÂŁ4,000

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1912 French School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze portrait bust, of a gentleman, alabaster socle, circular base, 19cm high £80 - £120 1913 French School, early 19th century, an Art Nouveau bust Discretion, green marble base, 20.5cm high, c.1900 £100 - £150

1909 1909 English School (19th Century), a dark patinated bronze library bust, of Dr Samuel Johnson (1709 - 1784), marble socle, 41cm high overall £300 - £400 1914

1910 Ferrari, a dark patinated bronze, At the Anvil, signed in the maquette, oak base, 36cm high £100 - £150

1914 French/Austrian School (late 19th/early 20th Century), a pair of brown patinated bronzes, of tribal warriors, waisted green onyx bases, 20cm high overall £600 - £800

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1911 French School (19th Century), a brown patinated bronze, of a young muscular angel, tall rectangular base, 23.5cm high £100 - £150

1915 Italian School (18th Century), after the Antique, a dark patinated bronze, Seated Hermes, 19.5cm high £150 - £200

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1916 Italian School (19th Century), a pair of dark patinated bronzes, of soldiers from Classical antiquity, rectangular bases, 30cm and 31.5cm high £1,500 - £2,000 1917 L**Gregoire, late 19th century, a silvered bronze, of a bare footed maiden, with flowing robes, holding a shell,an upturned amphora at her feet, the circular base with reeds, marble plinth, 49cm high 1918 Neopolitan School (19th Century), after the Antique, a dark patinated bronze, Narcissus, circular base cast with borders of lotus, 61cm high £1,500 - £2,000 1919 S Marchi (Italian 19th Century), a dark patinated bronze,The Enthroned Madonna and Child Crowned, signed in the maquette, 21.5cm high £150 - £200

Musical Instruments 1925 A 19th century faux walnut table top polyphone, retailed by Joseph Riley, playing 24cm discs on a 10.5cm steel comb, hinged cover printed to verso with frolicking putti at a recital, 30.5cm wide, c.1880 £200 - £300 1926 A 19th century parlour Spanish guitar, the spruce top inlaid with borders of mother-of-pearl roundels outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, rosewood back and sides, ebony fretboard, ivory tuning pegs, paper label inscribed in ink 6095 Panormo Fecit anno 1828 London 26 High Street, Bloomsbury, 92.5cm long overall, ebonised case. £1,000 - £1,500

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1927 A 19th century rosewood concertina, by J. B. Cramer & Co, London, forty-eight ivory keys, hexagonal fretwork ends, 18cm diam (faults) £60 - £100

1928 1928 A 19th century rosewood forty eight key concertina, by C Wheatsone, each fretwork end with twenty four silvered keys, inlaid with flowers and leafy scrolls, tooled and gilt green leather bellows, paper label, No.9485, the ends 16cm diam, rosewood box £300 - £500

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1929 A 19th Century Saxony violin, 36cm one piece back, purfling to front and back, rosewood tuning pegs, cased; bow ensuite £100 - £150

1936 Scientific Instrument - a Casella Campbell-Stokes type sunshine recorder no. 5683, 1970s, the anodised adjustable stand attached to a wooden base, with boxed catalogue of supplier. This form of sunshine recorder was invented in 1853 by John Francis Campbell (1821-1885) and the design modified with a metal rather than a wooden stand and using replaceable paper scales by Sir George Gabriel Stokes 1st Bt., FRS (1819-1903) £200 - £300

1930 A 19th century Swiss rectangular faux rosewood musical box, 15cm barrel and three bells playing ten airs, Change/Repeat and Stop/Play levers to side, paper label, the hinged cover printed with floral spray, 48cm long, c.1890 £280 - £320

1937 A 19th century lacquered brass combination pocket barometer and compass, 5cm silvered register, mercury thermometer, 7.5cm over loop, retailed by J.C. Co, Paris, c.1880, morocco case £150 - £200

1931 A 19th century Swiss rectangular rosewood and crossbanded musical box, 27cm barrel and six bells playing six airs, Change/Repeat and Stop/Play levers to side, paper label, the hinged cover inlaid floral spray, 49cm long, c.1890 £300 - £500

1940 A 19th century mahogany and box wood strung wheel barometer, 19.5cm silvered dial, hygrometer, alcohol thermometer, round convex mirror, the level signed Mowday/Berkhemstead, the arched pediment centred with an urn, 97cm high, c.1870

1932 A 19th century Swiss rectangular rosewood musical box,27.5cm barrel playing eight airs, Change/Repeat and Stop/Play levers to side, paper label, the hinged cover inlaid with musical trophy, faux rosewood sides, 52cm long, c.1890 £150 - £250

S and E Mowday are recorded as working successively at Berkhamstead between 1851 and 1874. £200 - £400

1933 A military bassoon, by Boosey & Co, Makers, 295 Regent Street, London, in five sections, silvered mounts, numbered 11793, 26.5cm long, cased £200 - £300

1941 A George III mahogany stick barometer, 8.5cm silvered register inscribed Schmalcalder, Strand, swan neck pediment, mercury thermometer, turned cistern cover, 99cm high, c.1800 £1,000 - £1,500

Scientific Instruments and Barometers

1942 A Regency mahogany and boxwood strung wheel barometer, 19.5cm silvered dial, signed J Cetti & Co/Red Lion St. Holbourne London/Warranted, alcohol thermometer, the case with architectural pediment, inlaid top and bottom with an octofoil and shell paterea to sides, 97cm high, c.1840 Joseph Cetti was, like many British barometer makers of the period, of north Italian migrants stock; he set up in business at 54, (later 25) Red Lion Street Holborn, London in 1802 although as watch, clock and mathematical instrument makers producing good quality barometers as well as watches. He was succeeded by his son John in 1839/40 and the firm continued until at least 1848. £400 - £600 1943 An early Victorian oak cased stick barometer, ivorine dial signed J Davis/Derby, mercury tube, alcohol thermometer, domed reservoir cover, 38in (96.5cm) high John Davis (1811-1865) was a member of a family of Jewish descent long involved in instrument making, originally in Leeds. Davis himself was educted at the academy founded in Derby by Herbert Spencer's grandfather and he set up in business in Derby c. 1831 moving to 22 Iron Gate in 1835, where the firm remained until 1865 when they moved to purpose built premises in Amen Alley nearby. Davis's early products were entirely domestic but by the 1840s he began to specialise in mining and other industrial instruments in which the company still specialises. £100 - £150

1934 1934 A George III brass pantograph, by John & Edward Troughton, 136 Fleet Street, London, engraved scales, ivory wheels, mahogany case with paper label to verso, 72cm long overall, c.1800 £150 - £200 1935 A mahogany barograph, by Sewills of Liverpool, rectangular base, bracket feet, 36cm wide, 20th century £100 - £150

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Clocks

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1950 A 19th century alabaster mantel clock, the 7.5cm diam with enamelled chapter ring, with Roman numerals, gilt metal floral cast bezel, engine turned centre, twin-winding holes, eight-day movement, striking on a bell, the rectangular case surmounted with a reclining hound, applied with flower heads and swags, stiff leaf border, rectangular plinth, bun feet, 35cm high, c.1870 £100 - £150 1951 A 19th century bronze and champleve enamel oval strutt timepiece, retailed by Howell, James & Co., London, 7.5cm oval silvered dial with Roman numerals, engine turned centre within a border of leafy scrolls, the case cast with putti and decorated in tones of red, black, dark and pale blue with strapwork, 26cm high, c.1875 £1,000 - £1,500 1952 A 19th century burr walnut repeating bracket clock, 15cm square silvered dial inscribed Ch.D. Maeder Dubois/Rio de Janeiro/125 Rua da Qunitanda 125, Roman numerals, masks and leafy scrolls to spandrels, triple winding holes, 8-day movement pull repeat striking and chiming on two gongs, signed on backplate Lenzkirch 52/999096, the well figured case with shaped serpentine cresting centred by a turned finial and carved with leafy volutes terminating in flowerhead bosses, flanked by reeded pilasters, skirted base, 40cm high, c.1875

1953 1953 A 19th century French bronze and alabaster mantel timepiece, 6cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals and painted with flowering swags, the drum shaped case crested by a dove perched on a fruiting branch, above a fluted column flanked by acanthus scrolls, wrapped laurel socle, rectangular base, knop feet, 19cm high, c.1875 £250 - £350

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1954 A 19th century French bronze, champleve enamel and green onyx mantel clock garniture, 9cm circular dial with Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a gong, the backplate numbered 176448, the domed cresting with entableture carved with scrolls, flanked by reeded Corinthian columns, decorated in polychrome with stylised flowers and scrolling foliage, acanthus cast bracket feet, 36.5cm high, flanked by a pair of slender ovoid urns, conforming, c.1890 £2,000 - £3,000

1958 A 19th century mahogany bracket timepiece, of small proportions, 10cm brass ogee arched dial inscribed with Roman numerals, single winding hole, fusee movement, fluted cresting with turned finial, plinth base, bun feet, 33cm high £1,000 - £1,500

1955 A 19th century French ormolu and bronze clock garniture, the spherical clock with Roman numerals being revealed from behind a gilt curtains by a cherub, the whole supported on a cloud with Cupid with wings outstretched, the shaped square marble base with gilt buds to angles and applied with floral swags, toupee feet, 32cm high; two-light figural candleabra conforming, 22cm high, c.1870 £1,800 - £2,400

1960 A 19th century mahogany Vienna regulator wall clock, 16cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, twin winding holes, the movement striking on a bell, twin weights, the case carved with scrolls and strapwork, turned underfinials, 126cm high overall, c.1890 £200 - £300

1959 A 19th century mahogany drop dial fusee station wall timepiece, 29cm circular painted dial, inscribed with Roman numerals, 53cm long overall, c.1880 £60 - £100

1956 A 19th century German brass cased Burk’s System portable watchman’s time recorder, 5cm enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, five-tined recording comb, locking bar, suspension loop, no.4880, c. 1871 Johannes Burk, a Wurtemberg clockmaker invented this form of watchman’s clock in 1855, and they were made with very little change to the basic design into the 1920s. His brother made them in the USA from the 1870s. £60 - £80

1961 1961 A 19th century ormolu strutt timepiece, 6.5cm oval silvered dial inscribed with Roman numerals, keyless movement, shaped cresting with pointed axehead finial, engraved throughout with flowerheads and scrolling foliage, 14.5cm over loop, c.1890 £1,000 - £1,500

1957 1957 A 19th century lacquered brass five glass repeating carriage clock, 5.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, the movement with platform escapement, striking on a bell, reeded scroll carrying handle, bowed sides, cast and applied with leafy sprigs, skirted base, 19.5cm over handle, c.1890 £500 - £800

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1964 A 19th century walnut and ebonised Vienna regulator wall clock, 16cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, twin weights, eight-day movement striking on a gong, the case with stepped cornice and turned finials, flanked by reeded pilasters carved with acanthus, turned underfinials, 116cm long, c./1875 £100 - £150

1965 A fine late 17th century walnut quarter repeating table clock, by Joseph Windmills, London, the 16.5cm silvered chapter ring with Arabic and Roman numerals, steel hands, false pendulum aperture on a matted brass ground, pierced mask and foliate spandrels, the arch with date chapter, single winding arbor, eight day single fusee movement, crown and verge escapement, repeating the hours and the quarters on two bells and hammers, the case with pagoda top, carrying handle, arched glazed sides, glazed rear access with separate lunette, bracket feet (one replaced), 17in (42cm) high. Joseph Windmills, a highly regarded maker, born 1648, possibly in Somerset, was free of the Clockmakers’ Company in 1671, elected the youngest Warden of the Company in 1699 and succeeded his friend Thomas Tompion as Master in 1702, dying in 1724 He was working in partnership with his son, Thomas (apprenticed to his father 1686-93, free 1695)1700-1724. This clock, which is un-numbered would thus appear to date from the very last years of the 17th century, is unusual in having only a single fusee. £16,000 - £20,000

1962 1962 A 19th century porcelain mounted lacquered brass carriage clock, in the Japonesque taste, 6.5cm dial with chapter ring inscribed with Arabic numerals on a ground of pink blossoming prunus, eight-day movement with platform escapement striking on a gong, swing carrying handle, the case engraved with flowers and leafy sprigs, 14cm high, c.1890 £1,000 - £1,500

1966 A French arched rectangular mantel clock, the 7cm white enamelled dial with Arabic numerals and ribbon tied floral swags, twin-winding, eight day movement, striking on a bell, ‘diamond’ bezel, the case in pink lacquer and applied with gilt leaves, rectangular base, outlined in gilt, oversize carrying handle, 2cm high, c.1900 £120 - £180

1967 A French lacquered brass five carriage alarm timepiece, 5.5cm rectangular enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary alarm chapter, platform escapement, sounding on a bell, swing carrying handle, skirted base, 11cm high, early 20th century £70 - £100

1963 A 19th century rosewood and brass marquetry mantel timepiece, 8.5cm circular convex enamel dial inscribed Edwards & Roberts, 161/159 Regent St, London, Arabic numerals, the octagonal case with turned finial and loose ring carrying handles, the shaped apron and substantial rectangular base inlaid with leafy scrolls, anthemion and horses heading to battle, drawer to side, bun feet, 55cm high £300 - £400

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1969 1969 A good French bronze and enamel mantel clock, 8.5cm circular dial inscribed with Roman numerals, twin winding holes, Japy Freres movement striking on a gong, the case with shaped cresting, well painted by A Lottol, signed, with Venus and Cupid, the borders decorated in champleve enamels with flowers and scrolling leaves, shaped apron, bracket feet, 27.5cm high, early 20th century £2,000 - £3,000

1968 1968 A French Louis XV style gilt metal mounted boule cartouche shaped mantel clock, 14.5cm circular dial set with porcelain reserves inscribed with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, striking on a gong, the case crested by a Rococo urn, pierced grilles to sides, leafy scroll cast mounts and sabot, 56cm high, c.1840 £1,500 - £2,000

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1970 A good provincial late 19th century regulator clock in an arched mahogany case, glass front to trunk, recessed rectangular panels to base, eight day movement, 14in (36cm) round silvered dial with usual minute chapter and subsidiary hour and seconds chapters, wood rod pendulum brass bob, signed Jesse Roberts/Ruthin. Jesse Roberts was born at Gwersyllt in 1843 and was working at Ruthin 1887/1901. £800 - £1,200

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1971

1973

1971 A Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos Classic VIII cal 528 brass mounted four glass mantel clock skeleton clock, 12cm white dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, the movement signed LeCoultre/Switzer- land/unadjusted/fifteen 15 jewels, serial number 125860, 24cm high, c.1959.

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1974 A mid-18th century style brass mounted ebonised mantel clock, 11cm convex enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, 14-day French Movement striking on a gong, the pagoda top case with carrying handle and four knop finials, glazed apertures to sides, applied with Reynolds angels and lotus bosses to angles, rectangular base with fruiting laurel border, knop feet, 32cm high, c.1910 £300 - £500

The Atmos clock, which runs from the expansion and contraction of a reservoir of ethyl chloride gas through external variation of temperature, was invented by Jean-Leon Reutter of Neuchatel, and patented in France in 1929 before production was taken over by LeCoultre in 1936, who perfected the Atmos clock, placed in full production in May 1939. The serial number of this example equates with a production date of October 1959. £200 - £300

1976 A Regency mahogany bracket clock, arched top with brass carrying handle, 7in (18cm) engraved silvered breakarch dial signed W. Heasman, Ryegate, very plain Roman chapter with Arabic subsidiary minute chapter, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, pierced brass gilles to sides, brass bracket feet, 16.5in (42cm) over handle, associated mahogany bracket (2)

1972 A late 19th century French brass quarter repeater carriage clock, the white dial with black Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, bevelled glass, swing handles, 13cm high, c.1890 £100 - £150

Walter Heasman was a Sussex man, working by 1788 signing clocks and watches from both Lindfield and Reigate in Surrey, £300 - £500

1973 A late 19th century lacquered brass five glass mantel clock, 9cm circular enamel dial signed Sir John Bennett Ltd/Paris, Roman and subsidiary Arabic chapter, associated 18th century pierced gilt hands, 14-day movement striking on a gong, mercury compensated pendulum, the case with bevelled glass, shaped skirted base, 25.5cm high, c.1890 Sir John Bennett (1814-1897) was from a family of clockmakers in Greenwich, and became one of the best known members of the trade with a prominent shop in Cheapside (now in the USA in reduced form). He was also a politiician and advocated reforms to the British watch trade to meet Swiss competition, which were neither liked nor heeded. He opened a Paris outlet, which would have been the source for this French-made clock. £100 - £150

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1983 An Art Nouveau mahogany and marquetry mantel timepiece, 8.5cm circular enamel dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, eight-day movement, the shaped case inlaid in coloured woods and brass with batwing paterae, stylised flowers and whiplash lines, bracket feet, 26.5cm high, c.1905 £80 - £120 1984 An Art Nouveau mahogany mantel clock, the 8cm diam, with Arabic numerals, the pointed case inlaid with sinuous leaves, rectangular plinth, 35cm high, c.1910 £120 - £180

1977 1977 A Regency rosewood and brass marquetry bracket clock, 14cm arched painted dial inscribed C Frodsham, Gracechurch Street, London, Roman numerals, twin winding holes, Strike/Silent to arch, twin-fusee movement striking on a bell, brass backplate signed, serpentine cresting carved and applied with an acanthus boss draped with flutes, canted angles, loose ring carrying handles terminating in lotus bosses, bun feet, 38cm high, c.1820 £2,000 - £2,500

1979

1978 A Sheraton Revival mahogany and marquetry mantel clock, 15cm arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring inscribed with Roman numerals, cast and applied with scrolling foliage, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a gong, the pointed arched case inlaid with scrolling leafy stems and outlined with boxwood stringing, skirted base, bracket feet, 34cm high, c.1900 £60 - £100 1979 A Victorian gilt metal mounted bracket clock, by Japy Freres, silvered chapter ring, Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, eight day movement, striking on a gong, the movement no. 11766, the case applied with cast floral garlands, roundles and stiff leaves, bracket feet, 47cm high, late 19th century £200 - £300 1980 A William IV rosewood bracket time piece, of small proportions, 9cm rectangular dial inscribed J Myers, London, single winding hole, fusee movement, the rectangular case quite plain, bevelled glass panels to sides, bracket feet, 23cm high, c.1835 £1,000 - £1,500

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1988

1990

1987 A 19th century mahogany longcase clock, the circular white dial, with Roman numerals, subsidiary second dial, inscribed Hanny, Shrewsbury, twin winding holes, eight day movement, the circular hood carved with fruiting vine, shaped door, flanked by turned columns, 210cm high £2,000 - £3,000

1989 A George III crossbanded elm longcase clock, 29cm square painted dial inscribed Thos. Pearce, Chard, Roman and Arabic numerals, flowers to spandrels, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the caddy top case with blind fretwork frieze, Doric columns, rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 192cm high, c.1795 Thomas Pearce was born at Chardstock c. 1760, and probably finished his apprenticeship around 1781, and married in December the following year at Thorncombe, Ann Chick. He is recorded as working at Chard in 1791 and into the early 19th century. £300 - £500

1988 A George I walnut longcase clock, 29cm arched brass dial inscribed William Clay, London, silvered chapter rings, Roman and Arabic numerals, Strike/Silent to arch, subsidiary date and seconds dials, twin winding holes, eightday movement striking on a bell, stepped flat topped cornice, brass capped Doric columns, rectangular door to waist with bullseye lenticle, plinth base, 227cm high, c.1720

1990 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 30.5cm square painted dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with pierced and shaped swan neck pediment crested by gilt and gesso ball and spire finials, brass capped Doric columns, rectangular door to waist flanked by quartercolumns, ogee bracket feet, 216cm high £300 - £400

William Clay (1709-1767) was apprenticed 1724-1731 and worked until his death. £1,500 - £2,000

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1993

1991 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 35cm circular enamel dial inscribed Varnam Noon, Ashby, Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with arched dentil cornice surmounted by three turned spire finials, Doric columns, shaped rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 216cm high, c.1800 £600 - £800

1993 A George III oak longcase clock, 32cm arched brass dial inscribed Thos Mawkes, Derby, silver chapter ring with Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment and urnular final, ogee arched rectangular door to waist, later carved overall, skirted base, bracket feet, 239cm high Thomas Mawkes (1740-1821) was apprenticed to the famous John Whitehurst 1754-`761 and worked for him until 1777, during which time Whitehurst recommended him to Matthew Boulton as being a reliable man who could make movements for urn clocks. Mawkes set up on his own account in Derby in 1777 and was succeeded at his death by his second son, William (an elder son, Thomas was a clockmaker at Belper and John, Mawkes’s younger brtother and also a Whitehurst apprentice, was working in Derby in 1791. Mawkes’s clocks are invariably of good quality, and this specimen would appear to date from the late 1770s. £400 - £600

1992 A George III mahogany longcase clock, 30cm brass and silvered dial inscribed John Smith, Berwick, Roman and Arabic numerals, leafy scrolls to spandrels, subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, rectangular door to waist, skirted base, 212cm high John Smith (1750-1785) was working at Berwick from 1771 until his death in 1785. £600 - £800

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1994

1995

1994 A George III oak longcase clock, 33cm circular brass dial inscribed Jas. Brown, Matlock, Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, date aperture, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment. flanked by reeded columns and quarter-columns, mahogany crossbanded rounded rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 194cm high, c.1775 £300 - £500

1996 A George III/IV mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 33cm arched enamel dial inscribed with Roman and Arabic numerals, the arch painted with a young girl wearing a bonnet, date aperture, subsidiary seconds dial, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, brass capped reeded Doric columns, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by reeded quarter-columns, plinth base, 218.5cm high, c.1820 £200 - £300

1995 A George III oak longcase clock, 33cm circular dial inscribed William Porter, Repton, Roman and Arabic subsidiary numerals, painted with a rose, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, arched hood with Doric columns, rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 197cm high, c.1800

1997 A William IV/early Victorian oak and mahogany longcase clock, 30cm arched painted dial indistinctly inscribed Steward, R**, Roman numerals, subsidiary date and seconds dials, painted in polychrome and gilt with flowers, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment and turned columns, shaped rectangular door to waist flanked by canted angles, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, shaped apron, 227cm high, c.1840 £300 - £400

William Porter is a previously unrecorded Derbyshire maker, was born son of another William Porter in Macclesfield, Cheshire in February 1741 and apprenticed in 1754 for seven years to John Smith of Macclesfield, Cheshire. He was working in Burton-on-Trent by 1773, when he took an apprentice. He was clearly peripatetic, being recorded in Tutbury in 1795 and Repton in 1800. £300 - £500

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2001

1998 A George III oak longcase clock, 28cm arched brass dial inscribed Thos. Paternoster, Hitchin, Roman and Arabic numerals, masks and leafy scrolls to angles, date aperture, twin winding holes, eight day movement striking on a bell, lofty pagoda case with arched rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 231cm high, c.1775 Thomas Paternoster (born 1742) was working from 1763 to the first decade of the 19th century £500 - £700

2000 A George III oak longcase clock, 28cm square silvered dial inscribed Thos. Wilmshurst, Brighthelmstone, Roman and subsidiary Arabic numerals, thirty-hour movement striking on a bell, the case with rectangular door to waist, plinth base, c.1780 Thomas Wilmshurst was born in 1745, son of Ninian Wilmshurst, clockmaker of Brighton, to whom he was apprenticed 1759-1766. He was working until at least 1799 and was succeeded by tow of his sons. £300 - £500

1999 An 18th century japanned longcase clock, 30.5cm arched brass dial inscribed David Rivers, London, flowering scrolls to spandrels, Strike/Silent to arch, Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture, twin winding holes, eight-day five-pillar movement striking on a bell, the pagoda top case decorated with rider on horseback and figures walking amongst Chinese buildings, skirted base, 234cm high

2001 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak longcase clock, 30cm square painted dial inscribed with Arabic numerals, thirty hour movement striking on a bell, the case with rectangular door to waist, plinth base, 198cm high, c.1800 £200 - £300

David Rivers was a maker of considerable repute, and is recorded as working from 1745 until his death in 1775, in Lombard Street, having become free of the clockmakers’ Company in 1753. He was succeeded by his son of the same name, who was Master of the Clockmakers in 1773. £700 - £1,000

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Furniture & Garden Statuary

2003

2003 A pair of large Doulton Lambeth terracotta pier finials, as kylins, in the Chinese taste, seated, square bases, 67cm high, impressed marks, c.1890 £500 - £700

2004 A Victorian brass mounter leather horse collar, 98cm high, c.1880 £80 - £120 2005 A cast iron rampart cannon, the barrel with crowned GR cypher, four wheeled carriage, 77cm long overall £150 - £200


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2010 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak Lancashire chest, hinged top above a pair of blind, three short and two long drawers, brass swan neck handles, flanked by quarter columns, ogee bracket feet, 100cm high, 160cm wide, c.1775 ÂŁ700 - ÂŁ900

2011 An 18th century Maltese walnut and marquetry bureau, fall front enclosing a shapeed serpentine interior inlaid with a covered urn, scrolls and strapwork, above two long graduated drawers, shaped apron, cabriole legs, 107cm high, 82cm wide, c.1775

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2012 A 17th century Dutch walnut open armchair, shaped rectangular back, stuffed-over seat, angled cabriole legs, shaped underframe, c.1680 £150 - £250

2016 A 19th century canted rectangular display cabinet, outswept moulded cornice above a pair of astragal glazed doors, bracket feet, 199cm high, 140cm wide £150 - £250

2013 A Rococo giltwood and gesso mirrored wall shelf, the frame with scrolls, flowers and stiff leaves, 107cm long, c.1775 £250 - £350

2017 A 19th century cherrywood farm house kitchen table, three plank top, chamfered tapered legs, 74cm high, 171cm wide £200 - £300

2014 A 19th Century ash and elm rocking chair, of good colour, shaped cresting rail above three rows of spindles, low serpentine arms, rush seat, straightened cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, Cheshire/Lancashire, c.1840 £100 - £150

2018 A 19th century ecclesiastical brass tripod candle stand, tall central sconce above two graduated tiers, above a three-section spill holder, scroll frame, shaped pad feet, 156cm high, c.1880 £300 - £400 2019 A 19th century ecclesiastical brass tripod candlestand, heart shaped plateau and cross terminal with rows of shaped circular sconces, above a two-section spill holder, lion paw feet, 162cm high, c.1880 £300 - £400

2015 A 19th century Black Forest hall chair, carved overall with bark effect, c.1880 £50 - £80

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2021 2020 2020 A 19th century French cherrywood armoire, arched cresting above a pair of doors, carved in relief with roundels, urns and trailing leafy stems, cabriole legs, 244cm high, 37cm wide, c.1890 £600 - £800 2021 A 19th century French gilt metal mounted occasional table, rectangular white marble top with pierced gallery, reeded legs, outswept feet, 81cm high, 41cm wide, c.1890 £200 - £250 2022 A 19th century French gilt metal mounted rosewood and ebonised circular occasional table, marble inset top, shaped undertier, shaped serpentine legs, 74cm high, 71cm diam, c.1875 £400 - £600

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2023 2023 A 19th century French Provincial side cabinet, moulded cornice above open shelves flanked by shaped rectangular panelled doors, the base with three drawers, carved in relief with leafy flowering stems, shaped apron, outswept feet, 156cm high, 201cm wide, c.1890 £300 - £400 2024 A 19th century French walnut, parquetry and marquetry serpentine games table, folding top inlaid for chess and enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a shaped frieze, serpentine legs, 70cm high, 79cm wide, c.1890 £100 - £150 2025 A 19th century gilt metal mounted walnut and rosewood pier cabinet, oversailing top above a rectangular panelled door inlaid with a spray of flowers, plinth base, 107cm high, 85cm wide £400 - £600

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2028 A 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, oval top, drawer to frieze blind to verso, inlaid with oval shell patera, tapered square legs, outlined with boxwood stringing, brass casters, 71cm high, 80cm wide £200 - £300 2029 A 19th century mahogany sofa table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves above a cockbeaded frieze drawer and a further, blind, the verso conforming in reverse, shaped end supports, sabre legs, brass lion paw casters, 75cm high, 102cm wide £100 - £150 2030 A 19th century Neo-Gothic oak and marquetry hexagonal centre table, the top inlaid with Swiss and other Continental coats of arms and strapwork, bead-and-reel edge, open undertier, square legs carved with blind fretwork, 71cm high, 49cm wide £200 - £300

2026 2026 A 19th century giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror, arched cresting, above a deep frieze centred by leafy scrolls, arched plate, 89cm high, 133cm wide, c.1870 £100 - £150

2031 A 19th century Spanish rectangular occasional table, oversailing top with carved edge, splayed disc-bobbin turned legs, iron stretcher, 74cm high, 85cm wide £300 - £500

2027 2027 A 19th century Irish mahogany shaped rectangular mirror, bold shell cresting flanked by volutes, the frame carved with egg-and-dart and acanthus scrolls, gadrooned apron, 78cm high, 126cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £400

2032 2032 A 19th century walnut shaped circular pedestal occasional table, C-scroll base with baluster column, 69cm high, 52cm diam, c.1850 £80 - £120

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2033 A 19th century walnut, marquetry and ebonised shaped circular tripod occasional table, moulded top inlaid with a spray of flowers, turned twisted column, cabriole legs, 67cm high, 49cm diam, c.1865 £100 - £150 2034 A bamboo ‘Brighton Pavillion’ chair, in the Orientalist taste, rectangular back with scrolls, rush seat, outswept legs, early 20th century £400 - £600 2035 A bold George III mahogany bow front sideboard, the crossbanded top above a long central drawer and tambour slide below, flanked by bowed doors to angles, all with massive brass ring handles, turned and tapered fluted legs, 190cm wide, 93cm high, c.1820 Purchased from Moore Brothers, Curzon Street, Derby 1965 £600 - £1,000

2033 2036 2036 A Charles II oak blanket chest, hinged later top enclosing a till, four panel front carved with leafy lunettes and lozenges, stile feet, 64cm high, 140cm wide £200 - £300

2037 2037 A Charles II oak blanket chest, hinged moulded top with notched ends, deep frieze carved with leafy lunettes, four panel front, channel moulded stile feet, 63cm high, 128cm wide, c.1670 £150 - £200

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2038 A Charles II oak blockfront low dresser, moulded top above three drawers applied with geometric mouldings, shaped apron with turned pendant finials, turned twisted legs, rectangular stretchers, 93cm high, 212cm long, c.1675 £1,000 - £1,500

2040 2040 A Charles II oak four panel blanket chest, hinged top, the front later carved with intersecting lunettes, leaves and flowerhead bosses, stile feet, 65cm high, 108cm wide, c.1675 £200 - £300 2041 A Chinese export lacquer tripod occasional table, the circular slate top decorated with eleven graduated bands of lozenges, the base decorated in gilt on a black ground, urnular column, cabriole legs terminating in fierce dragon masks, 66cm high, 77cm diam £500 - £700

2039 2039 A Charles II oak four panel blanket chest, hinged top above a nulled frieze. shaped apron, tall stile feet, 65cm high, 108cm wide, c.1675 £200 - £300

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2042 A Chinese gilt metal and cloisonne enamel mounted occasional table, the rectangular top decorated in polychrome with cranes, fanciful birds and blossoming flowers, above an asymmetrically arranged drawer and undertier, lotus carved square end support mounted with a fierce dragon, outswept feet, 74cm high, 58cm wide, c.1900 £500 - £800

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2043 A Chinese padouk wood jardiniere table, circular top with beaded border, shaped apron, carved with ferocious dragons and blossoming prunus, pierced incurved undertier, scroll feet, 75cm high, c.1900 £150 - £200 2044 A Continental marquetry octagonal centre table, profusely inlaid with urns, flowers, fanciful birds and leafy scrolls, centred by a draped armorial shield, panelled baluster column,spreading base, 87cm high, 90cm diam £300 - £500 2045 A Dutch coromandel rectangular library table, gadrooned top with inset leather writing surface, substantial baluster legs, shaped H-stretcher, bun feet, 77cm high, 164cm long £300 - £500

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2046 2046 A fine 19th century Derbyshire Ashford marble tripod centre tale, the octagonal top inlaid with specimen marbles with a band of flowers and foliage, fluted urnular column, incurved canted triform base, bun feet, 73cm high, 47cm diam, c.1835 £2,000 - £3,000 2043

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2047 A fine Regency gilt metal mounted rosewood, parcel-gilt and brass marquetry rectangular library table, slightly oversailing rectangular top above a deep frieze with one drawer and one blind, the verso conforming in the reverse, inlaid and applied with anthemion and outlined with stringing, shaped end supports applied with roundels, turned stretcher, bold lion paw feet, 74cm high, 115cm wide, c.1815 £3,000 - £5,000

2049 A fine Sheraton Revival painted satinwood break centre library bookcase, outswept cornice above two pairs of astragal glazed doors, the projecting base with further panelled doors mounted with Wedgwood type Jasperware ovals, profusely decorated in ploychrome with flaming urns, ribbon-tied flowering swags and bell husks, shaped apron, bracket feet, 224cm high, 177cm wide, the carcass branded Sheraton Morris Berry, c.1900 £2,000 - £2,500

2048 A fine Regency rosewood and parcel-gilt pier table, marble top above a deep frieze centred by a rectangular moulded tablet, substantial acanthus scroll legs, incurved plinth base, 91cm high, 137cm wide, c.1815 £3,000 - £4,000

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2056 A George II mahogany elbow chair, solid splat, outswept moulded arms, drop-in seat, shell carved cabriole legs, pad feet, c.1750 £300 - £500 2057 A George II mahogany rectangular stool, stuffedover seat, scroll carved cabriole legs, scroll feet, 43cm x 47cm, c.1750 £200 - £300 2058 A George II mahogany shaped serpentine card table, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, square counter wells to angles, above a deep frieze, cabriole legs carved with acanthus to knees, ball and claw feet, 72.5cm high, 91cm wide, stamped 383, c.1755 £600 - £800

2050 2050 A French gilt metal mounted mahogany and marquetry shaped triform occasional table, fall leaves inlaid with leafy scrolls, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 72cm high, 53cm diam, c.1900 £300 - £400 2051 A French Louis XV style gilt metal mounted mahogany bombe shaped boudoir chest, of small proportions, moulded top above two short drawers, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 73cm high, 44xcm wide £150 - £200 2052 A French Louis XV style gilt metal mounted vernis Martin bombe shaped bijouterie cabinet, hinged glazed top above a shaped rounded rectangular door and panels painted with a young shepherd and his sweetheart in a Claudian landscape, serpentine legs, 109cm high, 64cm wide, c.1900 £2,500 - £3,500

2059 2059 A George II mahogany shaped serpentine card table, probably Irish, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a small cockbeaded drawer, cabriole legs carved with stiff acanthus leaves to knees, 71cm high, 79cm wide, c.1750 £500 - £800

2053 A George I style walnut dressing table mirror, with arched rectangular swing frame plate, serpentine stepped base fitted with three short and one long drawers, 39cm wide £100 - £150

2060 A George II mahogany wing back armchair, of generous proportions, outswept arms, scroll legs boldly carved with acanthus, c.1755 £1,500 - £2,000

2054 A George II Irish mahogany rounded rectangular tea table, dished top above a shaped deep frieze, cabriole legs carved with shells to knees, shaped pad feet, 70cm high, 77.5cm wide, c.1750

2061 A George II mahogany wingback armchair, arched cresting upholstered overall, loose squab seat, cabriole forelegs, pad feet, c.1750 £300 - £500

2055 A George II mahogany dining chair, shaped cresting rail, pierced vasular splat, drop-in seat, shaped cabriole legs, pad feet, c.1750 £60 - £100

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2062 A George II oak bureau, fall front with reading ledge, enclosing a well and a stepped arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above two short and two long graduated drawers, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 104cm high, 96cm wide, c.1740 £200 - £300

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2063 A George II style mahogany silver table, rectangular gadrooned top, cabriole legs carved with bold winged female herms, ball and claw feet, 74cm high, 100cm wide, c.1920 £200 - £300 2064 A George II walnut kneehole desk, crossbanded moulded top above a long cockbeaded frieze drawer and three further graduated drawers conforming to each pedestal, brass bat shaped handles, cupboard to niche, skirted base, bracket feet, 76cm high, 80.5cm wide, c.1740 £1,200 - £1,800 2065 A ‘George II’ walnut lowboy, oversailing rounded rectangular top above three frieze drawers, shaped apron, cabriole legs, pad feet, 70.5cm high, 76cm wide £100 - £150 2066 A George III mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, 83cm high, 92cm wide, c.1790 £150 - £200

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2067 2067 A George III bow front side table, oversailing top, above two short cockbeaded drawers, circular brass ring handles, tapered square legs, 92cm wide, 74cm high, c.1820 £200 - £300 2068 A George III brass bound mahogany cellaret, hinged cover enclosing compartments, brass carrying handles, square legs, ceramic casters, 60.5cm high, 48cm diam, c.1800 £300 - £400 2069

2069 A George III brass bound mahogany oval coopered wine cooler, carrying handles to sides, zinc liner, the stand with moulded square legs, 54cm high, 65cm wide, c.1780. £300 - £400

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2070 A George III design mahogany octagonal cellarette, hinged cover, brass swan neck carrying handles to sides, turned legs, brass casters, 64cm high, 34cm wide, c.1810 £200 - £300 2071 A George III giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror, moulded cornice mounted with spheres, above a deep frieze applied with a flowering urn, Classical figures, scrolling foliage and ribbon-tied trailing bell husks, above three rectangular bevelled plates and a pair of bowed upstands, flanked by wrapped cluster columns with acanthus capitals, 90cm high, 147cm wide, c.1820 £300 - £500 2072 A George III Gothic Chippendale mahogany armchair, Cupid’s bow cresting rail carved with acanthus, arched arcaded splat pierced with tracery, drop-in seat, chamfered blind fretwork legs, c.1770 £300 - £500 2073 A George III Gothic Chippendale mahogany armchair, serpentine crested rectangular back, H-stretcher pierced with tracery, c.1775 £400 - £600 2074 A George III mahogany bachelor’s chest, moulded rounded rectangular crossbanded top above a slide and four long graduated drawers, brass Rococo swan neck handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 81cm high, 76cm wide £1,000 - £1,500

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2075 A George III mahogany barrel chamber organ, by Astor, London, hinged top with paper labels to verso, outlined throughout with chequered stringing, printed in monochrome with crest, tapered square legs, 145cm high, 66cm wide, c.1815 £600 - £1,000 2076 A George III mahogany bow fronted chest, crossbanded top outlined with boxwood stringing, above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, turned handles, shaped apron, bracket feet, 95cm high, 93cm wide, c.1820 £400 - £600 2077 A George III mahogany bow fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, moulded cornice above a pair of doors outlined with boxwood stringing, 100cm high, 65cm wide, c.1810 £100 - £150 2078 A George III mahogany bow fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, stepped cornice above a pair of doors enclosing shelves, skirted base, 165cm high, 73cm wide, c.1810 £80 - £120 2079 A George III mahogany bowfronted chest of two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, turned handles, 93.5cm high, 105cm wide, c.1820 £100 - £150 2073

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2080 A George III mahogany brass bound mahogany octagonal wine cooler or jardiniere on stand, brass swan neck carrying handles to sides, the base with four reeded scroll legs, 70.5cm high, 29cm wide, c.1780 £1,000 - £1,500 2081 A George III mahogany chest on chest, the ogee moulded dentil cornice above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, the base with three further long drawers, brass handles, bracket feet, 115cm wide, 190cm high, c.1820 £400 - £600 2082 A George III mahogany chest, moulded top above two short and four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass swan neck handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 96cm high, 114cm wide, c.1775 £250 - £350 2083 A George III mahogany circular occasional table, the dished top on slender vasular column, tripods base, pad feet, 50cm diam, 71cm high, c.1780 £100 - £150 2084 A George III mahogany crossbanded oak low dresser, moulded top above an arrangement of three large and two small drawers, brass bat shaped handles, shaped apron, cabriole legs, pad feet, 86cm high, 152cm wide, c.1800 £500 - £700 2085 A George III mahogany D-end dining table, oversailing top with two additional leaves, chamfered square legs, brass casters, 72cm high, extending to 292cm long, c.1810 £300 - £500

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2086 2086 A George III mahogany gentleman’s dressing table, hinged two-piece top enclosing an adjustable mirror and compartments, above an arrangement of drawers, turned handles, turned legs, brass casters, 90cm high, 84cm wide, c.1815 £400 - £600 2087 A George III mahogany kneehole desk, moulded rectangular top above a long frieze drawer, cupboard to niche, flanked by two rows of three short drawers, brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 78cm high, 91cm wide £600 - £800

2092 2092 A George III mahogany shaped circular tripod occasional table, tilting top with piecrust edge, turned spirally fluted urnular column, cabriole legs carved with acanthus, pad feet, 71cm high, 74cm diam, c.1800 £300 - £500

2088 A George III mahogany linen press, stepped cornice above a pair of rectangular panelled doors, the base two short and one long drawers, bracket feet, 152cm high, 26cm wide (reduced) £200 - £300

2094 A George III mahogany splay fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, Greek key cornice above a rectangular astragal glazed door enclosing shaped shelves, skirted base, 116cm high, 81cm wide £100 - £150

2089 A George III mahogany longcase clock, 33.5cm arched painted dial inscribed with Roman numerals, Roman numerals, the arch painted with a flour mill interior, subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment, arched rectangular door to waist, 213cm high £500 - £700

2095 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, circular tilting top, well carved half-fluted reeded vasular column, cabriole legs with acanthus to knees, 74cm high, 97cm diam, c.1800 £300 - £500

2090 A George III mahogany night chest, hinged rectangular moulded top above four long graduated faux drawer fronts, brass swan neck handles, 73cm high, 67cm wide, c.1780 £80 - £120

2096 A George III mahogany tripod occasional table, circular top tilting on a bird cage, turned pillar, cabriole legs, pad feet, 69cm high, 76cm diam £200 - £300

2091 A George III mahogany rectangular serving table, oversailing top above a deep frieze, chamfered square legs with shaped brackets to angles, 75cm high, 131cm wide £800 - £1,000

2097 A George III mahogany tripod pole screen, the shaped rectangular papered banner painted with flowers and applied with stiff leaves outlined in gilt, turned finial, cabriole legs, pad feet, 143cm high £60 - £100 2098 A George III mahogany wingback armchair, upholstered overall in red leather, cabriole legs, pad feet, c.1780 £100 - £200

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2099 2099 A George III mahogany work table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, outlined with brass stringing, above two frieze drawers, blind to verso, brass drum handles, shield shaped escutcheon, square tapered legs, spade feet, 73cm high, 46cm long, c.1810 £100 - £150

2101 2101 A George III oak splay fronted floor standing corner cupboard, moulded dentil cornice above a pair of arched threepanel and single panel rectangular doors, flanked by reeded pilasters, 216cm high, 131cm wide, c.1790 £400 - £600 2102 A George III oak splay fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, stepped outswept cornice with dentil moulding, cross banded door above one small drawer flanked by a pair of blind drawers, skirted base, 127cm high, 94.5cm wide, c.1800 £100 - £150

2100 2100 A George III oak mule chest, hinged top above three raised and fielded ogee arched panels and an arrangement of five moulded drawers, brass bat shaped handles and escutcheons, bracket feet, 117cm high, 140cm wide, North West England, c.1775 £200 - £300

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2103 A George III Revival brass bound mahogany oval coopered wine cooler, brass lion mask loose ring handles to sides, moulded square legs, 53cm high, 72cm wide, late 19th century £200 - £300 2104 A George III Revival mahogany demi lune sideboard, crossbanded top outlined with chequered stringing, three cockbeaded frieze drawers flanked by a pair of blind conforming, above tambour fronted compartments flanked by cupboards veneered with well figured ovals, square tapered legs, spade feet, 91cm high, 152cm wide, late 19th century £300 - £400 2105 A George III rosewood crossbanded mahogany oval tea kettle stand, slightly oversailing top above a deep frieze inlaid with trompe l’oeill flutes, moulded tapered square legs, 61cm high, 31.5cm wide £200 - £300 2106 A ‘George III’ satinwood crossbanded mahogany serpentine side table, moulded top inlaid with a two-handled covered urn within an oval, above a long drawer, brass loose ring lion mask handles, outlined with chequered banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, square tapered legs, spade feet, 76cm high, 86cm wide £400 - £600 2107 A George III tripod candlestand, circular top, cylindrical column, cabriole legs, pad feet, 73cm high, 35cm diam, c.1765 £80 - £120

2109 2109 A George IV mahogany circular three tier dumb waiter, graduated dished circular plateaux, baluster turned column, doownswept incurved triform base, 142cm high, 72cm diam, c.1825 £400 - £600 2110 A George IV mahogany D-shaped tea table, crossbanded folding top above a deep frieze, fluted baluster column, incurved base, fluted bun feet, 76.5cm high, 92cm wide, c.1830 £200 - £300 2111 A George IV mahogany rounded rectangular breakfast table, crossbanded top with reeded edge outlined with boxwood stringing, the base with four turned slender pillars and sabre legs, paw feet, 72cm high, 138cm wide, c.1825 £450 - £500

2108 2108 A George IV Irish mahogany night cupboard, by Gillingtons of Dublin, stamped, slightly oversailing top with three-quarter gallery, above a rectangular door, slender turned tapered legs, numbered 4719, 89cm high, 48.5cm wide, c.1825 £100 - £150

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2112 A George IV mahogany rounded rectangular breakfast table, tilting top with moulded edge, turned column, reeded sabre legs, brass capped casters, 73cm high, 123cm wide, c.1825 £150 - £200

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2113 A George IV mahogany sideboard, rectangular superstructure with drawers to sides, reeded top above a frieze drawer and arched apron flanked by cupboards, brass ring handles, turned and fluted legs, 90cm high, 84cm wide, Scotland/Northern England, c.1825 £300 - £400

2118 2118 A George IV rosewood square three tier combination whatnot and reading stand, by Johnstone & Jeanes, London, stamped, the top adjustable on a ratchet, turned columns, drawer to base, turned handles and feet, 96cm high, 46cm wide, c.1825 £200 - £300

2114 2114 A George IV oak housekeeper’s cupboard, outswept cornice above a pair of arched rectangular glazed doors enclosing shelves, the projecting base with a T-shaped arrangement of five drawers and a pair of rectangular panelled doors, outlined throughout with faux ebony stringing, 199cm high, 174cm wide, c.1825 £700 - £1,000 2115 A George IV rosewood centre table, circular tilting top, panelled column and socle, incurved canted triform base, scroll feet, 73cm high, 120cm diam, c.1830 £200 - £300 2116 A George IV rosewood four section Canterbury, Xshaped divisions with arched leaf carved crestings, acorn finials to angles, drawer to base, turned handle, turned legs, brass casters, 53cm high, 51cm wide, c.1825 £700 - £1,000

2119 2119 A George IV rounded rectangular tea table, folding top above a deep frieze outlined with boxwood stringing, spirally fluted turned tapered legs, 74cm high, 91cm wide, c.1825 £200 - £300

2117 A George IV rosewood rounded rectangular library table, oversailing top above a pair of frieze drawers, lotus grasped cylindrical columns, boldly carved lion paw feet, 73cm high, 133cm wide, c.1830 £700 - £1,000

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2120 A George ll mahogany oval dropleaf table, blind drawer to frieze cabriole legs, pad feet, 72cm high, 136cm wide, c.1750 £100 - £150

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2121 A George lll mahogany bureau, fall front enclosing a cupboard, pigeon holes and small drawers, above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, pierced brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 102cm high, 91cm wide, c.1775 £200 - £300

2123 A large French provincial cherry wood farmhouse kitchen table, oversailing top above a deep frieze, drawer to end, turned and reeded legs, 73cm high, 300cm long, 99cm wide, c.1900 £1,500 - £2,000 2124 A large Victorian mahogany break centre library bookcase, moulded outswept cornice above three rounded rectangular glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with four further panelled doors, plinth base, 145cm high, 244cm wide, c.1860 £2,000 - £3,000

2122 A good George III red walnut caddy top bachelor’s chest, with brushing slide, axe head handles, above four long graduated cockbeaded drawers, with foliate cast ribbon tied swing handles, foliate escutcheons, bracket feet, 76cm wide, 75cm high, c.1760 £1,000 - £1,500

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2128 A late 18th century Dutch oak bombe shaped press commode, the lofty supersatructure with screw thread, above two small blind and two long drawers, brass ring handles, ogee bracket feet, 202cm high, 80cm wide, c.1800 £300 - £400

2125 A late 17th /early 18th century oak blanket chest, the top of plank construction, above three panelled front carved with lunettes and leafy scrolls, 68cm high, 126cm wide, c.1690 £100 - £150 2126 A late 17th/early 18th century oak blanket chest, hinged planked top above a deep frieze carved with intersecting lunettes, three panel front, stile feet, 59cm high, 99cm wide, c.1700 £200 - £300

2129 A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch mahogany and marquetry shaped serpentine lowboy, oversailing moulded top above one long and two short drawers, brass handles, inlaid with a flowering urn and leafy stems, shaped apron, cabriole legs, pad feet, 75cm high, 73cm wide, c.1800 £700 - £1,000 2130 A late 19th century mahogany and marquetry chairback settee, shaped cresting rail inscribed with ivory and coloured woods with urns and leafy scrolls, serpentine legs, 127cm wide, c.1890 £300 - £400

2127 2127 A late 18th century Dutch bombe shaped commode, oversailing top above four long graduated drawers, oval brass handles, lion paw feet, 80cm high, 94cm wide, c.1800 £300 - £400

2131 2131 A late 19th century mahogany escritoire, dentil cornice above a frieze drawer and fall front enclosing an inset baize lined writing surface, pigeon holes and small drawers, above a pair of rectangular doors, flanked by reeded angles carved with acanthus bosses, tapered legs, 153cm high, 102cm wide £300 - £400 2128

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2136 A late Victorian/Edwardian mahogany and marquetry shaped serpentine display cabinet, moulded cresting above a rectasngular door flanked by glazed incurved angles, shaped undertier, outlined throughout with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, spade feet, 181.5cm high, 122cm wide, c.1900 £300 - £500

2132 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry bow centre side cabinet, broken arched pediment above an arrangement of mirrors and shelves, the projecting base with a pair of glazed doors flanked by panelled doors and niches, turned feet, 224cm high, 149cm wide, c.1875 £200 - £300 2133 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry bow centre side cabinet, pierced serpentine gallery above three arched mirrors, the projecting base with a drawer, cupboard and niche flanked by a pair of glazed doors, inlaid overall with leafy scrolls and outlined with boxwood stringing, turned legs, 228cm high, 150cm wide, c.1875 £200 - £300 2134 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry break centre side cabinet, the moulded top with raised central plateau above a deep concave frieze, a drawer and rectangular glass door flanked by cupboards and open niches, inlaid with ribbon-tied bell husks and scrolling foliage, turned legs, 104cm high, 94cm wide, c.1875 £200 - £300 2135 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry square envelope card table, the top inlaid with flaming torches and leafy scrolls, enclosing an inset playing surface, above a deep frieze outlined with boxwood stringing, the base with five fluted columns, downswept legs, ceramic casters, 71cm high, 54.5cm wide, c.1890 £300 - £500

2137 2137 A Louis XV Revival gilt metal mounted shaped oval centre table, moulded top inlaid with frolicking cherubs, above a deep frieze, serpentine legs, 76cm high, 110cm wide £300 - £500

2138 2138 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted mahogany and marquetry bombe shaped commode, marble top above three long drawers, cast Rococo handles, serpentine legs, leafy sabots, 96cm high, 118cm wide £500 - £700

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2139 2139 A Louis XV style brass mounted mahogany serpentine bureau plat, inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, three drawers to frieze, blind to verso, shaped apron, serpentine legs, cast leafy sabot, 80cm high, 144cm wide £700 - £1,000

2140 A Louis XV style gilt metal mounted kingwood and marquetry writing table, shaped rectangular top with pierced gallery, inlaid with strapwork and flowerhead diapers, above a frieze drawer fitted with sliding inset tooled leather writing surface and compartments, shaped apron, serpentine legs, 76cm high, 67.5cm wide, c.1850 £800 - £1,200

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2141 2143 An early Victorian mahogany partners’ desk, rounded rectangular moulded top above three cockbeaded frieze drawers, the verso conforming, three further drawers and a cupboard to each pedestal, turned handles, plinth base, 78cm high, 153cm wide, c.1840 £1,000 - £1,500

2141 A Louis XVI style gilt metal mounted mahogany bureau a’cylindre, marble top with pierced three-quarter gallery, above three frieze drawers, the cylinder enclosing a retractable inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface and small drawers, above five frieze drawers, reeded tapered square legs, 120cm high, 129cm wide £2,000 - £2,500

2144 A Napoleon III gilt metal mounted brass marquetry and ebonised card table, folding top inlaid with flowering urns and leafy scrolls, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze, outlined with brass stringing, turned and reeded legs, 75cm high, 86cm wide, mid-19th century £250 - £350

2142 A late Victorian mahogany lady’s davenport, sliding top with shaped superstructure fitted with drawers and niches, above an inset leather writing surface, drawers to side, carved and applied with leafy scrolls, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, 139cm high, 59cm wide, c.1880 £250 - £350

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2145 A Napoleon III gilt metal mounted ebonised and brass and mother of pearl marquetry pier cabinet, white marble top above a deep frieze and rectangular door inlaid with urns, flowering leafy stems and strapwork, flanked by turned and reeded columns, plinth base, turned feet, 109cm high, 83cm wide, mid-19th century £300 - £400 2146 A Neo-classical giltwood oval mirror, beaded rims, bordered with eight oval paterae, gadrooned rim, 100cm high, 74cm wide, c.1900 £60 - £100 2147 A nest of three Chinese hardwood occasional tables, rectangular panelled tops, shaped friezes, the underframes pierced and carved with scrolls, 66.5cm to 53cm high, 61cm to 42.5cm wide £200 - £300

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2148 2148 A North African marquetry rectangular card table, folding top enclosing a hinged inset baize lined playing surface, compartments and backgammon and chess boards, above a deep frieze, profusely decorated in mother of pearl and coloured woods with roundels, banding and geometric motifs, shaped undertier, serpentine legs, 81cm high, 85cm wide, c.1900 £200 - £300 2147

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2150 A pair of fine French Empire dark patinated bronze and ormolu lamp stands, circular rouge marble tops, fluted baluster pillars cast and applied with lotus, trailing bell husks and swags incurved triform bases surmounted with recumbent lions, Greek key borders, bun feet, 62cm high, 19th century ÂŁ4,000 - ÂŁ6,000

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2155 A pair of ‘Louis XV’ beech fauteuils, cartouche shaped backs, outswept scroll arms, the frames carved with flowers and stiff leaves, squab cushions, serpentine legs (probably formerly gilt) £150 - £200 2156 A pair of massive Victorian Jacobean Revival oak country house two-tier buffets, shaped crestings applied with split turnings and strapwork, oversailing tops with carved borders, twisted, blocked and tapered legs, 36cm high, 161cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £500 2157 A pair of substantial Victorian mahogany armchairs, tall shaped cresting rails carved with dolphins, leafy scrolls and flowerhead bosses, rectangular backs, stuffed-over upholstery, scroll arms, turned and blocked legs, c.1880 £150 - £200 2159 A pair of Victorian lady’s and gentleman’s spoon back drawing room chairs, stuffed over plum plush upholstery, the arms and borders carved with angular scrolls, scroll feet, c.1865 £250 - £350

2151 2151 A pair of George III mahogany hall chairs, oval backs, turned tapered legs, c.1790 £150 - £200 2152 A pair of George III style mahogany night cupboards, each with three quarter gallery pierced with trefoils above a rectangular cockbeaded door, slender turned legs, 75cm high, 45cm wide £600 - £900

2160 A pair of Victorian mahogany lady’s and gentleman’s spoon back drawing room chairs, stuffed over upholstery, boldly carved scroll arms, cabriole legs, c.1850 £200 - £300

2153 A pair of hardwood armchairs, oversailing cresting rails, spindle backs, curved scroll arms, chip carved throughout with roundels, lunettes, bosses and leafy stems, 20th century £150 - £200

2161 A pair of William IV mahogany bergere library chairs, curved scroll cresting rails, downswept arms terminating in lotus scrolls, squab cushions, serpentine front rails, turned and fluted legs, brass casters, c.1835 £1,200 - £1,800

2154 A pair of late 19th century mahogany and marquetry armchairs tall shaped cresting rails inlaid in ivory and coloured woods with masks, bell husks and leafy scrolls, cabriole legs, pad feet, c.1890 £300 - £400

2162 A pair of William IV walnut rounded rectangular card tables, each with crossbanded folding top with matched veneers, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze carved and applied with acanthus scrolls, well carved acanthus grasped baluster columns, lotus socles, circular bases, paw feet, 74cm high, 9cm wide, c.1835 £1,000 - £1,500

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2165 A post-Regency mahogany scroll end sofa, shaped serpentine cresting rail, the frame carved with acanthus scrolls, turned and fluted legs, brass casters, 202cm long, c.1830 £300 - £500 2166 A Queen Anne crossbanded walnut chest, quarterveneered moulded top above two short and three long graduated drawers, brass drop handles, outlined throughout with boxwood and ebony stringing, skirted base, bracket feet, 87cm high, 100cm wide, c.1705 £2,000 - £3,000 2167 A Queen Anne/George I style square stool, cabriole legs carved with shells to knee, pad feet, c.1900 £50 - £80 2168 A ‘Regency’ ebonised, parcel gilt and Japanned tray top occasional table, turned legs and stretchers, 55cm high, 48cm wide £80 - £120

2163 2163 A post-Regency gilt metal mounted mahogany wardrobe, pointed triple-arched pediment above a pair of rounded rectangular panelled doors enclosing six sliding trays, flanked by pilasters applied with lotus capitals, skirted base, tapered feet, 86cm high, 131cm wide, c.1835 £800 - £1,200

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2169 A Regency gilt metal mounted bachelor’s secretaire cabinet, moulded cornice above a pair of rectangular doors with grilles lined with pleated silk, enclosing sliding trays, the base with well fitted drawer above three further long graduated drawers, brass handles, lion paw feet, 188cm high, 100cm wide, c.1815 £1,500 - £2,500

2164 A post-Regency mahogany drum table, circular top with moulded edge above two cockbeaded frieze drawers and two blind conforming, cabriole legs carved with scrolls, 72cm high, 133cm diam, c.1835 £600 - £800

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2170 A Regency mahogany and brass marquetry piano stool, circular adjustable top with stuffed-over brass studded upholstery, turned and fluted column, cabriole legs inlaid with eight-pointed stars, brass ball feet, 52cm high, c.1820 £100 - £150

2171 A Regency mahogany and ebony marquetry rounded rectangular card table, folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze centred by a rectangular tablet, turned twin column base, sabre legs with draught turned roundels to knees, brass casters, 74.5cm high, 91.5cm wide, c.1815 £200 - £300

2172 A Regency mahogany bookcase, outswept cornice above a pair of rectangular glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with a pair of further doors with brass grilles, plinth base, 197cm high, 104cm wide, c.1820 £300 - £400

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2173 2173 A Regency mahogany bow front chest, of small proportions, reeded crossbanded top outlined with ebony stringing, above three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass drum handles, shaped apron, bracket feet, 89cm high, 90cm wide, c.1820 £400 - £600 2174 A Regency mahogany bow fronted chest, in the manner of Gillows of Lancaster, slightly oversailing top above a slide and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass drum handles, flanked by fluted columns carved with acanthus capitals, turned feet, 87cm high, 128cm wide, c.1820 £1,500 - £2,500 2175 A Regency mahogany rectangular occasional table, oversailing top above a deep frieze flanked by carved ‘match striker’ panels, slender turned tapered legs, 72cm high, 56cm wide, c.1815 £150 - £200 2176 A Regency mahogany rounded rectangular drawing room table, tapered end supports, turned stretcher, sabre legs, 72cm high, 76cm wide, c.1815 £500 - £700 2177 A Regency mahogany rounded rectangular pedestal breakfast table, reeded tilt top, turned column, reeded sabre legs, brass capped casters, 74cm high, 107cm wide, c.1820 £200 - £300 2178 A Regency mahogany secretaire bookcase, arched cresting above a pair of glazed rectangular doors flanked by reeded angles, the projecting base with fitted drawer above a pair of rectangular doors, lion mask loose ring handles, outlined throughout with ebony stringing, outswept bracket feet, 236cm high, 122cm wide, c.1816 £1,000 - £1,500

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2179 2179 A Regency rosewood card table, rounded rectangular folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, panelled column, hipped sabre legs, 75cm high, 90cm wide, c.1815 £300 - £500 2180 A Regency rosewood rounded rectangular sofa table, the top outlined with brass stringing and leafy angles above two cockbeaded drawers, brass ball and sunburst handles, blind to verso, pierced end supports, arched stretcher, outswept legs, brass socket casters, 122cm wide, 74cm high, c.1820 £1,000 - £1,500

2187 2187 A set of six Victorian rosewood dining chairs, cartouche shaped backs with pierced C-scroll splats, stuffedover seats, cabriole legs, c.1850 £300 - £400 2188 A set of six Victorian walnut cartouche back dining chairs, crisply carved with flowerheads and leafy scrolls, stuffed-over seats, turned and reeded legs, c.1860 £200 - £300

2181 A Regency rosewood X-framed stool, turned stretcher, 50cm high, c.1815 £60 - £100 2182 A Rococo giltwood and gesso cartouche shaped looking glass, bold flowerhead and leafy scroll border, 100cm high, 66cm wide, 18th/19th century £300 - £400

2189 A set of six William IV mahogany dining chairs, deep curved cresting rails, stuffed over seats, turned legs, c.1835 £300 - £500

2183 A set of 19th century mahogany library steps £150 - £200

2190 A set of six William IV/early Victorian rosewood dining chairs, shaped cresting and central rails carved with acanthus scrolls, drop in seats, reeded aprons, turned panelled legs, c.1840 £200 - £300

2184 A set of eight George II red walnut hall chairs, solid shaped back, dished seats, scroll carved cabriole legs, pad feet, c.1750 £2,000 - £3,000 2185 A set of eight late Victorian mahogany dining chairs, rectangular scroll backs, stuffed over red faux leather upholstery, turned legs, c.1890 £400 - £600

2191 A Sheraton Revival cylindrical floor standing jardiniere, outlined with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, incurved undertier, outswept legs, brass liner, 101cm high, 34cm diam, c.1905 £70 - £100

2186 A set of eight Victorian Carolean Revival oak dining chairs, pierced crestings carved with putti supporting crowns, caned backs and seats, twisted uprights, legs and stretchers, c.1880 £300 - £500

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2192 A Sheraton Revival fiddle back mahogany and satinwood bowed rectangular floor standing jardiniere, outlined with boxwood and ebony stringing, tapered square legs, curved X-stretcher, spade feet, 76cm high, 61cm wide, c.1900 £150 - £200

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2193 A Sheraton Revival mahogany and marquetry cylinder bureau, rectangular superstructure with three small drawers, the cylinder inlaid with an urn flanked by mythical beasts, bell husk swags and scrolling foliage, enclosing a retractable plateau with inset leather writing surface adjustable on a ratchet, pigeon holes and small drawers, the arched frieze with an arrangement of three further drawers. square tapered legs, spade feet, 113cm high, 91cm wide, c.1900 £500 - £700

2195 2195 A Sheraton Revival mahogany kidney shaped writing desk, by Shoolbred & Co, stamped, slightly oversailing top with inset tooled leather writing surface, above a frieze drawer flanked by two rows of three further drawers, outlined throughout with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, square tapered legs, brass casters, 73cm high, 131cm wide, c.1900 £1,000 - £1,500

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2194 A Sheraton Revival mahogany cylinder bureau bookcase, swan neck pediment above a pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the cylinder base enclosing a retractable inset tooled and gilt leather writing surface, pigeon holes and small drawers, above three long drawers, brass swan neck handles, outlined throughout with satinwood banding and boxwood and ebony stringing, skirted base, bracket feet, 225cm high, 92cm wide, c.1905 £400 - £600

2196 A Sheraton Revival painted satinwood canted rectangular work table, crossbanded top with segmented veneers, centred by a burr oval and painted with flowers, ribbon-tied wreaths and bell husks, above a frieze drawer and undertier lined with pleated silk, square tapered legs, 72cm high, 64cm wide, c.1890 £700 - £1,000

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2197 A small ‘George III’ mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers, ring handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 75cm high, 64.5cm wide (alterations) £60 - £100

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2198 A small George III oak chest of four long graduated faux cockbeaded drawers, brass bat shaped handles and escutcheons, skirted base, bracket feet, 86cm high, 87cm wide, c.1775 £100 - £150

2201 A Victorian brass mounted mahogany tripod duet music stand, turned finial, rectangular rests pierced with lyres, turned and fluted column, cabriole legs, 122cm high, 43cm wide, c.1860 £200 - £300 2202 A Victorian burr walnut low whatnot, three-quarter gallery pierced with scrolling foliage, turned finials and uprights, serpentine fronted base with long drawer, turned handles and feet, ceramic casters, 69cm high, 57.5cm wide, c.1850 £200 - £300

2200 2200 A Venetian polychrome painted and parcel-gilt Blackamoor torchere, shaped top with with gadrooned edge and decorated with flowers, the column carved as a turbaned Nubian boy holding a bunch of grapes, acanthus scroll base, 78.5cm high, 31cm wide, c.1870 £200 - £300

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2203 A Victorian burr walnut oval occasional table, well figured top with moulded edge, turned stretcher, turned baluster supports and cabriole legs carved with stiff leaves, brass casters, 75cm high, 116cm wide, c.1850 £150 - £200

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2204 A Victorian burr walnut oval Sutherland table, spirally turned supports, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, 74cm high, 91cm wide, c.1865 £120 - £180

2206 A Victorian burr walnut rounded rectangular three tier whatnot, pierced three-quarter gallery, turned and blocked uprights with draught turned roundels, the base with a pair of drawers, turned handles, ceramic casters, 112cm high, 60cm wide, c.1850 £400 - £600

2205 2205 A Victorian burr walnut rounded rectangular occasional table, quarter veneered top turned and reeded end supports, scroll feet, ceramic casters, 72cm high, 99cm wide, c.1860 £150 - £200

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2207 2207 A Victorian burr walnut serpentine card table, the well figured quarter-veneered moulded top outlined with boxwood stringing, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above a deep frieze, turned end supports and cabriole legs carved with stiff leaves, 73.5cm high, 96cm wide, c.1850 £600 - £800

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2208 A Victorian burr walnut side cabinet, rectangular superstructure with low back, spirally incise carved turned columns, the base with a pair of arched rectangular panelled doors, turned legs, 24cm high, 64.5cm wide, c.1855 £200 - £300 2209 A Victorian burr walnut side cabinet, two-tier superstructure with pierced galleries, the projecting base with bead-and-reel borders above a pair of rounded rectangular glazed doors, flanked by turned columns, turned feet, 138cm high, 92cm wide, c.1855 £400 - £600 2210 A Victorian Franglaise gilt metal mounted rosewood crossbanded walnut and marquetry kidney shaped writing table, well figured quarter-veneered top with pierced threequarter gallery, inlaid with sprays of flowers and scrolling acanthus, drawer to frieze, serpentine legs, 75cm high, 75cm high, 102cm wide, retailed by T H Filmer & Sons, London, c.1850 £2,000 - £3,000

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2211 2211 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry bookcase, moulded rounded rectangular top with book-matched veneers, above a pair of rectangular glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, plinth base, 101cm high, 119cm wide, c.1865 £300 - £500 2212 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry pier vitrine, oversailing top above a deep frieze inlaid with flowers, glazed door, plinth base, 106cm high, 83.5cm wide, c.1870 £400 - £600

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2213 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut and marquetry pier vitrine, rectangular top above a pair of glazed doors, plinth base, 109cm high, 78.5cm wide, c.1870 £150 - £200 2214 A Victorian gilt metal mounted walnut, marquetry and ebonised vitrine side cabinet, moulded top above a glazed rectangular door, plinth base, turned feet, 105.5cm high, 79cm wide, c.1875 £100 - £150 2215 A Victorian mahogany armchair, of George II influence, stepped cresting, rectangular back with broad rectangular splat, outswept arms terminating in scrolls, saddle seat, cabriole legs, turned H-stretcher, shaped pad feet, ivorine label for Inglesant & Sons, Leicester, c.1890 £100 - £150 2216 A Victorian mahogany duet stool, hinged stuffed-over seat, turned legs, 92cm wide, c.1880 £80 - £120 2217 A Victorian mahogany extending dining table with four leaves. £500 - £700

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2218 2218 A Victorian mahogany inverted break centre compactum wardrobe, shallow frieze above a pair of rectangular doors enclosing sliding trays, above two short and three long drawers, turned handles, flanked by a pair of fulllength arched rectangular panelled doors, plinth base, 200cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £500 2219 A Victorian mahogany low linen press, arched rectangular panelled doors enclosing sliding trays, plinth base, 134cm high, 108cm wide, c.1860 (reduced) £200 - £300

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2220 2220 A Victorian mahogany low-press cupboard, moulded frieze above a pair of rectangular panelled doors, enclosing sliding trays, flanked by two rows of five cockbeaded drawers, turned handles, plinth base, 137cm high, 214cm wide, c.1860 £800 - £1,000 2221 A Victorian mahogany open bookcase, bead-and-reel borders, rectangular glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, flanked by twisted columns, plinth base, 21cm high, 124cm wide £250 - £350 2222 A Victorian mahogany oval breakfast table, tilting top with moulded edge, panelled baluster column carved with lotus, substantial cabriole legs, lotus scroll feet, 78cm high, 49cm wide, c.1849 £400 - £600

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2226 2226 A Victorian Neo-Gothic amboyna and ebonised card table, by Hogden, canted rectangular folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, shaped and pierced end supports incise carved with scrolls and dogtooth bands picked out in gilt, turned stretcher, downswept legs, 72cm high, 96cm wide, c.1865 £150 - £200

2224 2224 A Victorian mahogany vitrine salon cabinet, shaped superstructure with dentil cornice above three ogee arched niches, cushion frieze carved scrolling foliage terminating in masks and flowering cornucopia, on a textured ground, above a pair of doors and canted panels glazed with forty bevelled panes, cupboards to base, shaped undertier, spade feet, 226cm high, 100cm wide, c.1890 £300 - £500

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2227 A Victorian Neo-Gothic oak side cabinet, rectangular shelf above three mirrored panels, projecting base with open niches and a pair of doors, flanked by small drawer, brass swing handles, skirted base, 126m high, 122cm wide, c.1875 £150 - £200

2225 A Victorian mahogany window seat, deep buttoned stuffed-over upholstery, turned legs, 167cm long, c.1870 £200 - £300

2228 A Victorian oak oval windout dining table, moulded top with three leaves, turned legs, ceramic casters, 74cm high, extending to 249cm long, c.1880 £500 - £700

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2230 A Victorian rosewood and marquetry side cabinet, shaped volute cresting with fluted upstand above a serpentine arched bevelled mirror flanked by ogee arched niches with further bevelled plates, the projecting bow centre base with a pair of drawers and two pairs of doors, inlaid with ivory and coloured woods with putti, ribbon-tied swags, urns, griffins, flowers and scrolling leafy stems, shaped undertier, cabriole legs carved with acanthus, ball and claw feet, 229cm high, 136cm wide, c.1875 £200 - £300 2231 A Victorian rosewood and marquetry tripod centre table, octagonal top inlaid with flowers and leafy scrolls, turned and reeded column, cabriole legs incise carved with scrolls, 74cm high, 57cm diam, c.1870 £300 - £500

2229 2229 A Victorian oak twin pedestal desk, rounded rectangular moulded top with hinged , inset with leather writing surface, above three frieze drawers, three further drawer to each pedestal, turned handles, plinth base, 77cm high, 172cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £400

2232 2232 A Victorian rosewood pole screen, turned finial, rectangular Berlin woolwork banner, carved leafy scroll border, twisted column, cabriole tripod base, 183cm high, c.1850 £150 - £200 2230

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2233 2233 A Victorian walnut and marquetry oval work table, hinged quarter-veneered top enclosing an arrangement of compartments, basket undertier, turned end supports and stretcher, cabriole legs carved with acanthus, ceramic casters, 74cm high, 61cm wide, c.1860 £300 - £500

2237 2237 A Victorian walnut spoon back nursing chair, stuffedover deep buttoned upholstery, serpentine front rail, cabriole legs, ceramic casters, c.1850 £100 - £150 2238 A Victorian walnut spoon back three piece drawing room suite, comprising a sofa and lady’s and gentleman’s chairs, carved with stiff foliage, outswept arms terminating in scrolls, serpentine legs, ceramic casters, the sofa 178cm long, c.1850 £300 - £500

2234 2234 A Victorian walnut and parquetry pedestal games table, the rounded rectangular moulded top inlaid for chess and outlined with kingwood banding, drawer to frieze, panelled column, incurved triform base, bun feet, ceramic casters, 74cm high, 58cm wide, c.1850 £150 - £200 2235 A Victorian walnut serpentine duet stool, stuffedover seat, carved with flowers and leaves, serpentine legs, 96cm wide, c.1850 £150 - £200

2239 2239 A Victorian walnut work table, shaped rectangular quarter-veneered top enclosing a lift-out tray with an arrangement of compartments, above a deep frieze applied with tracery mouldings, shaped end supports, 69cm high, 55cm wide, c.1850 £100 - £150

2236 A Victorian walnut shaped demi-lune three tier whatnot, turned finials and uprights, 104cm high, 77cm wide £150 - £250

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2240 A 19th century walnut bed, shaped head and foot boards flanked by turned columns boldly carved with acanthus, terminating in spire finials, turned feet, 151cm wide, c.1880 £400 - £600

2247 A William IV mahogany secretaire chest, moulded top above a fitted drawer and three further long graduated drawers, turned handles, flanked by lotus capped angles, skirted base, bun feet, 107cm high, 117cm wide, c.1835 £200 - £300

2241 A William and Mary Laburnum oyster veneered chest, the rectangular top crossbanded, moulded edge, outlined with interlaced roundels, arched panels to sides, over two short and three long graduated drawers, brass escutcheons, drop handles, skirted base, bun feet, 96cm wide, 92cm high, c.1685 John Bell Antiques label to underside £1,000 - £1,500 2242 A William and Mary Laburnum oyster veneered chest, the rectangular top crossbanded, moulded edge, outlined with interlaced roundels, over two short and two long graduated drawers, brass escutcheons, drop handles, skirted base, bun feet, 94cm wide, 80cm high, c.1685 £1,000 - £1,500 2243 A William IV circular centre table, tilting top, columnar pillar, lotus socle, circular base, bun feet, 73cm high, 121cm diam, c.1835 £200 - £300

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2244 A William IV mahogany circular centre table, tilting top with deep frieze, cylindrical column, lotus socle, spreading circular base, scroll feet, 72.5cm high, 125cm diam, c.1835 £250 - £350

2248 A William IV pollard oak D-shaped card table, folding top, fluted baluster column, lotus socle, incurved triform base with turned roundels, bun feet, 71cm high, 61cm wide, c.1835 £200 - £300

2245 A William IV mahogany half tester bed, rounded rectangular canopy with outswept cornice, arched footboard carved with acanthus scrolls, fluted baluster columns, 148cm wide, c.1835 £200 - £300

2249 A William IV rosewood card table, folding top above a deep frieze, tapered octagonal column, boldly carved lotus socle, canted inverted base, bun feet, 74cm high, 92cm wide, c.1835 £200 - £300

2246 A William IV mahogany rounded rectangular tea table, folding top on cushion frieze, fluted baluster column, acanthus socle,scroll legs, 78cm high, 86cm wide, c.1835 £200 - £400

2250 2250 A William IV rosewood rectangular occasional table, slightly oversailing top with lotus carved edge, shaped end supports, turned stretcher, scroll feet, 74.5cm high, 53cm wide, c.1835 £100 - £150

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2255 An 18th century brass studded leather travelling trunk, hinged cover, 47cm high, 102cm wide, c.1775

2256 An 18th century Italian kingwood crossbanded walnut serpentine commode, of small proportions, marble top above three graduated drawers, herringbone veneered and outlined with stringing, shaped apron, gilt metal sabots, 86cm high, 73.5cm wide, c.1775 £3,000 - £4,000

2257 An ‘18th century’ mahogany rounded rectangular tea table, oversailing top with shaped angles above a deep frieze carved and punched with roundels and trellis, square section cabriole legs, 66cm high, 72cm wide £150 - £200

2251 2251 A William IV rosewood rounded rectangular games table, folding top with moulded edge, enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface above a shaped deep frieze carved with a shell, C and S scrolls, panelled baluster column, circular base, paw feet, 76cm high, 92cm wide, c.1835 £300 - £400 2252 A William IV rosewood rounded rectangular work and games table, the top turning and folding above a frieze drawer and green pleated silk D-shaped basket, tapered column, lotus socle, incurved rectangular platform, bun feet, brass casters, 51cm wide, 68cm high, c.1835 £150 - £200 2253 A William IV style mahogany and marquetry circular centre table, slightly oversailing top inlaid with scrolling flowering stems, spreading panelled column, incurved canted base, bun feet, 77.5cm high, 100cm diam £300 - £500 2254 An 18th century ash and oak long bench, 268cm long, 49cm high, c.1780 £200 - £300 2258 2258 An 18th century oak duodarn, outswept cornice above three small doors, each with four raised and fielded panels, flanked by turned pendant finials, the projecting base with three further doors, stile feet, 183.5cm high, 150cm wide, c.1740 £600 - £800

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2261 An 18th century oak oval gateleg breakfast table, drawer to frieze, bobbin turned underframe, block feet, 109cm wide, 76cm high, c.1740 £100 - £150

2259 2259 An ‘18th century’ oak wall hanging cabinet, dentil cornice above a pair of open shelves, the sides carved with lattice, 43cm high, 48.5cm wide (an old reconstruction of period timbers) £40 - £60

2262 2262 An 18th century Welsh oak tridarn, outswept cornice above an open niche flanked by turned columns, three frieze drawers above three recessed doors with arched raised and fielded panels, the base with three drawers and a pair of doors, later carved with flowers, guilloche, leafy scrolls, dragon, goat, Prince of Wales feathers and acanthus, stile feet, 198cm high, 133cm wide, c.1750, the carving dated 1884 £1,000 - £1,500 2263 An 18th century yew wood low boy, rectangular moulded top outlined with boxwood stringing, long drawer to frieze, brass bat shaped handles and escutcheon, cabriole legs, paw feet, 73cm high, 91cm wide £700 - £1,000

2260 2260 An 18th century oak wall hanging housekeeper’s cabinet, stepped cornice above a shaped arched raised and fielded panelled door inlaid in bog oak and holly with a flowering urn, enclosing spice drawers and pigeon holes, the slightly projecting base with a further drawer, shaped apron, 63cm high, 44cm wide £60 - £100

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2264 An Adam period satinwood and gesso demi-lune card table, crossbanded folding top enclosing an inset baize lined playing surface, above deep frieze, turned and stop-fluted legs, 73.5cm high, 93cm wide, c.1780 £700 - £1,000

2264 2266 An Arts and Crafts oak armchair, rectangular scroll back, deep buttoned tan leather upholstery, shaped arms above rectangular splats, square legs, c.1900 £200 - £300

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2265 An Aesthetic Movement ebonised side cabinet, spindle gallery above a mirror, the projecting base with a pair of drawers and mirrored doors, incise carved and picked out in gilt, spindle apron, turned legs, 132cm high, 98cm wide, c.1875 £200 - £300

2267 An Arts and Crafts oak hall box settle, rectangular back carved with scrolling ribbons and set with a pair of planished copper panels repousse embossed with stylised tulips on whiplash sinuous stems, hinged seat, block feet, 108cm high, 122cm wide, c.1910 £500 - £800

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2268 2268 An early 18th century elm blanket chest, hinged moulded top above a deep frieze and three small raised and fielded panels, stile feet, 75cm high, 115cm wide £180 - £220

2272 2272 An early 18th century oak rectangular side table, slightly oversailing planked top above a frieze drawer, carved with scrolling acanthus, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 75cm high, 80cm wide, c.1720 £300 - £400 2273 An early 18th century style tripod walnut candle stand, shaped lobed circular top, turned and panelled tapered column, scroll legs, 94.5cm high, 25cm wide £150 - £200

2269 2269 An early 18th century oak blanket chest, three panelled top, enclosing candle box, nulled frieze, stile feet, 66cm high, 114cm wide, c.1720 £200 - £300 2270 An early 18th century oak oval gateleg dining table, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 71cm high, 115cm wide, c.1720 £100 - £150 2271 An early 18th century oak oval gateleg table, drawer to frieze, tuned and block legs, feet conforming, 72cm wide, 75cm high, c.1740 £100 - £200 2274 2274 An early 19th century ash and elm rocking Windsor armchair, low hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, crinoline stretcher, turned legs, North East Midlands, c.1820 £80 - £120

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2275 An early 19th century ash and elm Windsor armchair, tall hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, crinoline stretcher, turned legs, North East Midlands, c.1820 £100 - £150

2277 An early 19th century elm and ash Windsor armchair, tall hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, H-stretcher, turned legs, North East Midlands, c.1820 £100 - £150

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2276 An early 19th century ash and elm Windsor armchair, tall hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, crinoline stretcher, turned legs, North East Midlands, c.1820 £100 - £150

2278 An early 19th century yew and elm Windsor armchair, hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, U-shaped armrail, saddle seat, turned legs, crinoline stretcher, North East Midlands, c.1820 £200 - £300

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2281 An early Victorian mahogany library bookcase, stepped outswept cornice above three glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the projecting base with a fretwork door flanked by further doors, plinth base, 243cm high, 155cm wide, c.1840 £500 - £700

2282 2282 An early Victorian mahogany scroll end day bed, carved with a lotus boss, stuffed-over upholstery, turned legs, ceramic casters, 149cm long, c.1840 £250 - £350

2279 2279 An early 19th century yew and elm Windsor armchair, low hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, crinoline stretcher, turned legs, North East Midlands, c.1820 £200 - £300

2283 2283 An early Victorian mahogany work table, rounded rectangular top with fall leaves, above two long drawers, blind to verso, turned handles, basket undertier, shaped end supports, bun feet, 70.5cm high, 52cm wide, c.1840 £150 - £200 2280 2280 An early 19th century yew and elm Windsor armchair, low hooped back, shaped and pierced splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, turned legs, crinoline stretcher, North East Midlands, c.1820 £200 - £300

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2284 An Edwardian mahogany and marquetry bookcase, by Druce & Co, London, slightly oversailing top above a pair of rectangular glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, inlaid with oval shell and batwing paterae and trailing bell husks, outlined throughout with boxwood stringing, plinth base, 144cm high, 123cm wide, label to verso, c.1905 £200 - £300 2285 An elm, ash and beech Windsor armchair, low hooped back, shaped and pierced ‘Christmas tree’ splat, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, H-stretcher, turned legs £100 - £150 2286 A mid-18th century oak rectangular chest, oversailing top above two short and three long graduated drawers, turned handles, 88cm high, 99cm wide£200 - £300 2287 A George III oak splay fronted floor standing corner cupboard, moulded cornice above a pair of glazed threepane doors enclosing shaped shelves, a pair of panelled doors to base, 226cm high, 118cm wide, c.1760 £400 - £600 2288 An ‘18th century’ oak servants’ hall table, rounded rectangular top, drawer to end, turned legs, rectangular stretchers, 76cm high, 181cm long £250 - £350

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2289 A George III oak housekeeper’s cupboard, stepped outswept cornice above a pair shaped raised and fielded panelled doors divided by a conforming central section, flanked by brass capped quarter-columns, the slightly projecting base with four further panels above three short and two long graduated drawers, skirted base, bracket feet, 223cm high, 176cm wide, c.1775 £800 - £1,200

2290 An oak Manor House cabinet, outswept cornice above a deep frieze and a pair of panelled doors, the projecting base with a pair of drawers above further panelled doors, inlaid in bog oak and holly with flowering stems and carved with herms, strapwork, flowerheads and stiff foliage, bun feet, 223cm high, 162cm wide, 19th century incorporating earlier timbers £200 - £300

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2291 An 18th century oak three panel mule chest, hinged top, the front later carved, drawers to base, stile feet, 84cm high, 131cm wide £200 - £300

2295 2295 An unusual George III Revival mahogany bow fronted corner washstand, the shaped top hinged in two places to fold and form a gallery, enclosing three apertures, above a pair of doors inlaid with oval shell paterae, blind drawers to apron, serpentine undertier, square legs, 87cm high, 51cm wide, 19th century £150 - £250

2294 2294 An unusual early 19th century Dutch walnut and marquetry dressing room commode, surmounted by a superstructure with rectangular adjustable mirror flanked by turned columns, above a drawer, the projecting base with four long graduated drawers, cast brass ring handles, inlaid with a flowering urn, scrolling acanthus and flowering leafy stems, serpentine block feet, 144cm high, 97cm wide, c.1810 £1,000 - £1,500

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2296 An unusual Regency rosewood and brass mounted occasional writing cabinet, the rectangular folding slope enclosing an inset writing surface, well apertures and compartments, swivel mounted above two graduated drawers and a pair of rectangular doors lined with pleated silk, outlined throughout with brass stringing, sabre legs terminating in scrolls, ceramic casters, 89cm high, 46cm wide, c.1815 £1,000 - £1,500

2298 An Arts and Crafts brass mounted oak and polychrome bookcase, lunette carved cornice above a deep concave frieze decorated in the Pre-Raphaelite taste with a scene from literature, rectangular glazed doors pierced with tracery, projecting base with a pair of rectangular doors, each with nine square raised and fielded panels, plinth base, 256cm high, 145cm wide, c.1860 £2,000 - £3,000 2300 A George III mahogany rounded rectangular work table, moulded top with fall leaves, above two frieze drawers, turned handles, slender legs, brass casters, 72cm high, 36cm wide, c.1810 £200 - £300

2297 An unusual Victorian walnut, marquetry and ebonised metamorphic jardiniere table, moulded hexagonal top with removable central panel, C-scroll underframe carved with acanthus scrolls, inlaid in ivory and coloured woods with acanthus bosses and scrolls, boldly carved acanthus scroll feet, 72.5cm high, 61cm diam, c.1850 £700 - £900

2301 2301 A late 18th/early 19th century Dutch mahogany bombe shaped bureau, fall front enclosing a cupboard flanked by a shaped serpentine stepped arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above three long graduated drawers, brass cartouche shaped handles and escutcheons cast with putti, swags urns, lion paw feet, 107cm high, 123cm wide, c.1800 £700 - £1,000 2302 A George IV mahogany rounded rectangular pull out dining table, moulded oversailing top, one additional leaf, turned legs, brass casters, 74cm high, 170cm wide, extending to 242cm long, c.1825 £200 - £300 2303 A French Louis XV style giltwood and gesso armchair, shaped arched back, stuffed-over upholsterery, serpentine legs, scroll feet, c.1880 £100 - £150 2304 A George III mahogany linen press, outswept moulded cornice above two pairs of rectangular panelled doors, enclosing sliding shelves, skirted base, bracket feet, 214cm high, 132cm wide, early 19th century £300 - £500

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2305 A George III Chinese Chippendale mahogany and parcel-gilt three tier wall shelf, shaped and pierced sides, 96cm high, 77cm wide, late 18th century £200 - £300

2310 A Scandinavian painted softwood wall hanging cabinet, arched cresting above a rectangular door above a drawer, decorated in black with wavy lines and naive Vitruvian scrolls on a red ground, 89cm high, 56cm wide, 19th century £100 - £150

2306 A French Louis XV Revival giltwood and gesso armchair, shaped arched rectangular back, stuffed-over upholstery, padded arms terminating in scrolls, serpentine legs carved with acanthus, c.1880 £200 - £300

2311 A George/William IV rosewood chiffonier, rectangular mirror back flanked by S-scroll brackets, projecting base with white marble top, above a pair of glazed rectangular doors, plinth base, 141cm high, 112cm wide, c.1830 £300 - £400

2307 A 19th century giltwood rectangular pier glass, gadrooned cornice above a deep frieze carved and applied with shells, fruit and scrolling stiff leaves, flanked by twisted pilasters, 190cm high, 67.5cm wide, c.1880 £300 - £400

2312 A 19th cventury mahogany serpentine fronted serving table, the crossbanded top with matched veneers above five frieze drawers, oval brass hsndles, shaped apron, outswept tapered square legs, 77cm high, 152cm wide £300 - £400 2313 A set of eight late Victorian mahogany dining chairs, shaped volute crestings carved with bosses and flanked by fluted finials, stuffed-over Turkey work upholstery, turned and fluted legs, c.1880 £400 - £600 2314 A George II crossbanded walnut bureau, of small proportions, fall front enclosing a cupboard, pigeon holes and small drawers, above one long, two short and two further long drawers, brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 96cm high, 66.5cm wide, c.1745 £600 - £800 2315 Stewart Linford - a burr ash/burr elm Naseby Windsor hoop back elbow chair, shaped seat, turned underframe, signed, limited edition 10/12 £100 - £150

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2308 An Aesthetic Movement walnut side cabinet/whatnot, in the manner of Liberty & Co, rectangular back with three panels of bobbin turned spindles, flanked by sphere finials, moulded top above two shelves, shaped aprons, outswept legs, 105cm high, 66cm wide, c.1890 £80 - £120

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2319 2319 Stewart Linford - a pollard oak long bench, 137cm long £100 - £150

2317 2317 Stewart Linford - a George II style yew and pollard oak three-seat Windsor chair back settle, shaped cresting rail, pierced vasular splats, shaped seats, cabriole legs, pad feet £200 - £300

2320 Stewart Linford - an 18th century style comb back Windsor yew chair, pierced splats, shaped seats, hipped cabriole legs, crinoline stretcher pad feet (modern) £100 - £150

2318 Stewart Linford - a Gothic Windsor yew elbow chair, pierced splats, shaped seats, hipped cabriole legs, crinoline stretcher pad feet (modern) £100 - £150

2321 Stewart Linford - The Catherine of Aragon oak and pollard oak desk, the moulded rectangular top above a deep frieze carved with a hunting scene, with eight drawers, the verso with two cupboard doors, pentagonal corner angles, silver handles, plinth base, 183cm wide, 77cm high; chair conforming £1,500 - £2,000

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2326 A Regency mahogany sarcophagus cellarette, hinged cover enclosing a compartmented interior, bold lion paw feet with acanthus to knees, 54cm high, 79cm wide, c.1820 £600 - £800

2322 2322 Stewart Linford - The Dillon Thomas, Under Milk Wood pollard oak, coffee table, shaped square top, carved frieze, cylindrical legs, 52cm x 51cm £100 - £150 2323 An early Victorian Rosewood tripod occsasional table, rectangular glazed Berlin woolwork top, turned twisted column, cabriole legs, 71cm high, 53cm diam, c.1840 £150 - £200

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2324 A Louis XVI style gilt and painted three piece suite, arched backs, stuffed over upholstery, squab cushions, scroll arms carved with acanthus, turned and reeded tapered legs, the settee 189cm long £700 - £1,000

2327 An early 19th century child’s yew and elm Windsor armchair, low hooped back, shaped and pierced splats, Ushaped armrail, saddle seat, crinoline stretcher, turned legs, c.1820 £150 - £200

2325 A Regency mahogany twin pillar dining table, oval top with reeded edge, three leaves, turned pillars, reeded sabre legs, brass capped casters, 71cm high, 112cm wide, extending to 271.5cm long, 19th century £300 - £500

2328 A George III oak low dresser, oversaling top above three drawers, brass bat shaped handles, shaped apron, cabriole legs, pad feet, 79cm high, 212cm wide, c.1775 £500 - £700

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2329 An early 18th century oak oval gateleg dining table, drawer to frieze, turned legs, 104cm wide, 74cm high, c.1720 £100 - £150

2332 A George I crossbanded walnut chest, moulded top above three short and three long graduated drawers, brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, c.1725 £400 - £600

2330 An early 18th century oak oval gateleg dining table, drawer to frieze, turned legs, 134cm wide, 73cm high, c.1720 100 - £150

2333 2333 A 19th century mahogany klismos stool, carved with grotesque masks, paw feet £200 - £300 2331 2331 A George/William IV mahogany cheval mirror, turned frame, downswept legs, bun feet, c.1830 £200 - £300

2334 2334 A William IV gonzalo alves rounded rectangular library table, slightly oversailing top, drawers to frieze, lotus socle, incurved canted base, scroll feet, c.1835 £300 - £400

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2338 A George III/IV oak and mahogany longcase clock, 29.5 arched painted arched dial inscribed Wetherell, Derby, Roman numerals, the arch painted with shells, date aperture, twin winding holes, eight-day movement striking on a bell, the hood with swan neck pediment, turned columns, rectangular door to waist flanked by reeded quarter-columns, 212cm high, c.1825 £250 - £300 2339 A George III oak and mahogany splay fronted wall hanging corner cupboard, dentil cornice above a rectangular door inlaid with an oval batwing patera, skirted base, 100cm high, 72cm wide, c.1810 £80 - £120 2340 A George III mahogany demi-lune side table, crossbanded top veneered with a batwing fan outlined with boxwood stringing, above a deep frieze inlaid with oval shell paterae, square tapered legs, 82cm high, 121cm wide, c.1790 £500 - £700

2335 2335 A Sheraton design satinwood serpentine fronted washstand, tapered square legs, brass casters, 19th century £150 - £200 2336 A pair of Victorian pollard oak hall chairs, architectural cresting rails, turned legs, c.1875 £150 - £200

2341 2341 A 19th century elm and ash windsor armchair, tall hooped back, shaped splat, broad two-piece arms, turned legs and stretchers, Suffolk c.1840 £200 - £300

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2342 A pair of Neo-Classical giltwood wall hanging corner whatnots, swan neck crestings above mirrored shelves, 107cm high, 42cm wide, last quarter 19th century £700 - £1,000

2337 A George III mahogany secretaire chest on chest, dentil cornice and deep frieze applied with split-turned pendants above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, the base with fitted drawer above two furthewr long conforming, outswept bracket feet, 183cm high, 128cm wide, 19th century £700 - £1,000

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2344 2344 A pair of Victorian giltwood and gesso arched rectangular pier glasses, crested and flanked by ferns, 149cm high, 108cm wide, c.1870 £700 - £1,000 2345 An 18th/early 19th century Dutch oak bombeshaped bureau bookcase, serpentine cresting crentred by a boss, above a pair of glazed doors, fall front enclosing a well, a cuprboard and a stepped arrangement of pigeon holes and small drawers, above three long graduated cockbeaded drawers, brass bat shaped handles cast with swags, skirted base, scroll feet, 216cm high, 101.5cm wide, c.1800 £500 - £700

2343 2343 A George I crossbanded walnut bureau cabinet, outswept cornice above a pair of rectangular mirrored doors enclosing a cupboard and stationery divisions, candle slides, fall front enclosing a central cupboard flanked by ‘secret’ compartments, pigeon holes and small drawers, above two short and three long graduated drawers, brass bat shaped handles, skirted base, bracket feet, 212cm high, 92cm wide, c.1725 £3,000 - £4,000 2346 2346 A 19th century walnut tripod torchere, circular top, spirally turned, column carved with acanthus, cabriole legs terminating in scrolls, 146.5cm high, 17cm diam, c.1850 £100 - £150

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2348 A George III oak housekeepers cupboard, dentil cornice above a pair of panelled doors, the base with three blind above two rows of drawers and a cupboard, flanked by quarter columns, bracket feet, 219cm high, 152cm wide, c.1775 £600 - £800

2347 2347 An early 20th century brass and cast iron petrol pump, manufactured by H J Godwin Ltd, BP Motor Spirit, 160cm high, c.1920 £700 - £1,000

2349 2349 A 19th century cast iron figural floor standing lamp base, as a classical lady, standing holding aloft a torch, circular base, 155cm high, c.1880

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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.

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Third Party Liability Every person on Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at their own risk. They shall have no claim against Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited in respect of any accident which may occur or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused, save in so far as the injury, damage or loss shall be caused by the direct negligence of Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited’s employees.

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.

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Property and Risk The legal title in a lot shall not pass to the buyer until the lot(s) has been paid for in full and the Auctioneers shall be entitled to a lien on any lot sold until the purchase price is paid in full but each lot is at the sole risk of the buyer from the fall of the hammer. Each buyer shall forthwith give his full names and permanent address and if called upon to do so by the Auctioneer shall pay Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited such proportion of the purchase price as the Auctioneer may require. If the buyer fails to do so, the lot may at the Auctioneer’s sole discretion be put up again and re-sold.

Commission to Bid Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited will execute bids on behalf of intending buyers unable to attend the sale at no charge. Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited undertake to purchase lots as cheaply as allowed by other bids and reserves. Bids must be submitted in writing and whilst every care is taken in carrying out instructions Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited cannot be held responsible for errors or omissions made in carrying out such bids. Lots on which Value Added Tax is payable on or included in the hammer price are indicated in the catalogue or description sheet with a sign. VAT is payable on or included in the hammer price of such lots at the rates prevailing on the day of the auction.

Every bidder shall be deemed to act as principal unless there is in force a written acknowledgement by Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited that they act as agents on behalf of a named principal. Removal of Goods (a) No purchase shall be claimed or removed until the sale has been concluded. All lots shall be paid for and removed at the buyer’s risk and expense by the end of the tenth working day after the Fine Art and Antiques sale and two working days for all other sales, failing which the Auctioneer shall not be responsible if the same are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and all lots not so removed shall remain at the risk of the buyer and subject to a storage charge. If they are not paid for and removed within the above mentioned terms of the sale, the Auctioneer may resell them by auction or privately without notice to the buyer. Any liability, which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer in respect of any loss, shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the buyer of the lot. (b) In the event of any failure of the buyer to comply with any of the above conditions the damages recoverable by the seller or the Auctioneers from the defaulter shall include any loss arising on any re-sale of the lots, together with the charges and expenses in respect of both sales, together with interest at 2% above HSBC plc base rate upon the price of any lot which has not been paid for within forty-eight hours of the sale, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneers on account of any liability of the defaulter to them or to the seller. The Auctioneers are unable to accept payment from successful bidders other than in cash or by the bidders own cheque. Cheques drawn by third parties, whether in the Auctioneer’s favour or requiring endorsement cannot be accepted. Purchase Price The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium at the stated rates on the hammer price together with a premium at the stated rates on the hammer price (adjusted for VAT as necessary). The premium at the appropriate rate is payable by all purchasers. The amount invoiced in respect of the premium will be inclusive of VAT but this VAT will not normally be recoverable by the buyer. The vendor authorises the Auctioneer’s to deduct commission and expenses at the stated rates from the hammer price and acknowledges the Auctioneer’s right to retain the premium payable by the purchaser.

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Droit de Suite is a royalty payable to a qualifying artist or the artist’s heirs each time a work is re-sold during the artist’s lifetime and during the 70 years following the artist’s death. Taking effect in the UK on 14 February 2006, it will initially only apply to the work of living artists. In 2010 (or 2012 depending on whether or not the UK government take advatage of a possible derogation), Droit de Suite will be extended to apply to an artist’s works for a period of 70 years after his death. Royalties will be calculated using a sliding scale of percentages of the sale price, net of tax, For auction companies, the sale price is the hammer price (i.e., the price without the premium). However, the total amount of royalty on any one sale or lot shall not exceed €12,500. Resale royalties are not subject to VAT. Resale royalty does not apply when the hammer price is less than €1,000. Each time you bid on a lot covered by ARRR, you agree to pay an amount equal to the resale royalty, if you are the successful bidder. This amount will be added to your invoice.

Conditions of Sale Applicable to Sellers Terms Standard selling commission is 12.5% (14.37% inc. VAT) of the hammer price of each lot. The minimum charge whether sold or unsold is £3 per lot (non catalogued sales) and £10 per lot (catalogue sales). The withdrawal fee for a lot which has been catalogued is 20% of the reserve price or the auctioneer’s lower estimate of the auction value, subject to the minimum charge of £25 per lot on catalogued sales. Insurance is charged at 2.5% of the hammer price of each lot sold (subject to a minimum charge of £1). VAT is payable on minimum charges, withdrawal fee and insurance. Buyers pay a premium of 20% excluding the VAT on the hammer price of each lot purchased, HOWEVER THIS PREMIUM WILL BE REDUCED TO 17.5% IF THE TOTAL INVOICE IF PAYMENT IS MADE WITHIN FIVE WORKING DAYS OF THE FINAL SALE DATE.

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The Seller authorises Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited to deduct commission at the published rate and to retain the buyer’s premium of 15% plus VAT. The seller agrees to pay all special adver tising charges and illustration charges insomuch that they are reasonable.

shall notify his Insurers of, and shall himself note the Auctioneers’ Interest as Bailees in such policy or policies. Warranty of Title The seller warrants to Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited and to the buyer that he is the true owner of the property or is properly authorised to sell the property by the true owner and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims.

Value Added Tax A seller who sends for sale by auction any chatel(s) which is an asset of his business must disclose to the Auctioneer whether or not he is a registered person for Value Added Tax purposes and, if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends to operate the Dealers Margin Scheme covering works of ar t, etc. This information must be supplied to the Auctioneer on or prior to delivery of goods.

Rights to Photographs and Illustrations The vendor gives Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited full and absolute right to photograph and illustrate any lots placed in its hands for sale and to use such photographs and illustrations and any photographs provided by the vendor at any time at its absolute discretion, whether or not in the connection with the auction. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited will reserve the right to make a discretionary charge for any photographs used in the catalogue which will promote the items sale.

Instructions All goods delivered to the Auctioneer’s premises will be deemed to be delivered for Sale by Auction and will be catalogued and sold accordingly unless special instructions are recorded on the receipt.

Electrical and Mechanical Goods The seller or consignor of electrical or mechanical goods warrants and under takes to Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited that at the date on which the same are consigned to Bamfords or put under Bamfords' control and excepted as previously disclosed to Bamfords the same are safe if reasonably used for the purpose for which they were designed and free from any defect not obviously on external inspection which could prove dangerous to human life or health and will indemnify Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited, its servants and agents against loss or damage suffered by any of them in consequence of any breach of the above warranty and undertaking. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited reserve the right to make a minimum charge of £2.50 per item to have the goods checked by an electrician for the safety of the item.

Reserves Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited will be pleased to advise on suitable protective reserves but if no reserve have been received prior to the day of sale, the lot will be sold without reserve or at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Reserves must be confirmed in writing or notified on the receipt at the time of delivery. Indemnity Vendors shall indemnify Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Limited against any claims in connection with goods sold by Bamfords on the vendors behalf. Collections The Auctioneer’s do not themselves under take the collection of goods but acting expressly as Agents, they will if required, instruct or recommend a carrier on the vendor’s behalf.

Agency The Auctioneers act throughout as Agents only and are not responsible for any default by the buyer. Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers Limited disclaim liability for paying the vendor until they have received settlement from the purchaser.

Withdrawals Where a seller cancels instructions for sale, or where a lot is withdrawn for any reason other than misattribution or authenticity, Bamfords Auctioneers 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

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Payment Payment is due immediately after the sale in pounds sterling and may be made by the following methods: cash, bankers draft, personal cheques and debit card. VISA AND MASTERCARDS have a 2.5% surcharge. We do not accept American Express. Credit card payments are not accepted over the telephone.

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Bamfords Auctioneers & Valuers • The Derby Auction House • Chequers Road Off Pentagon Island • Derby • DE21 6EN Tel: 01332 210000 • Fax: 01332 368424 • E-mail: fineart@bamfords-auctions.co.uk


Bamfords 3rd,4th & 5th July 2013