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Antiques, Coins and Desirable Objects Wednesday 12th December 2012

Lot 187

English, European & Oriental Ceramics & Works of Art; Silver & Silver Plate; Jewellery, Watches, Coins & Bijouterie; Objets d’Art & Clocks; Pictures & Furniture

byrne’s Auctioneers & Valuers

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To be sold by public auction on Wednesday 12th December 2012 at 10am Viewing Sunday 9th December 10.30am to 2pm Monday 10th December 10am to 6pm Tuesday 11th December 10am to 4pm Morning of sale from 9am to 9.45am Buyer's Premium 21% (inc VAT) Enquiries Adrian Byrne ASFAV Jo Byrne Bsc (Hons) Front cover illustration: Lot 247 Back cover illustration: Lot 254 Catalogue: £5.00 (inc P&P)

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Pictures, Drawings, Prints, Miniatures etc An explanation of cataloguing terms • The first name, or names and surname of the artist – in our opinion a work by the artist • The initials of the first name(s) and surname of the artist – in our opinion a work of the period of the artist and which may be in whole or part a work of the artist • Attributed to – in our opinion ‘probably’ a work by the artist • Follower of – in our opinion a work by a painter working in the artist’s style, contemporary or near contemporary but not necessarily his pupil • In the manner of – in our opinion a work in the style related to the artist but of a later date • School – accompanied by the name of a place or country and date – in our opinion the picture was executed at that time and in that location e.g. English School, 18th Century • The surname of the artist preceded by ‘after’ – in our opinion a copy of the work of the artist • Signed and dated – in our opinion has a signature which is recognised as that of the artist and was executed at that date • Bears signature and/or date – in our opinion the artist’s name, date or inscription may have been added by another hand

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Order of Sale Ceramics & Glass

1 – 106

Private Collection of Ancient and other Artefacts

110 – 131

Silver & Silver Plate

140 – 191

Coins including a Private Collection

200 – 274

Jewellery & Watches

280 – 411

Objets d’Art

420 – 560

Furniture, Furnishings and Pictures

570 – 720

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Ceramics & Glass

Lot 1 Caithness limited edition ‘Fire Lizard’ paperweight by William Manson, numbered 57/100, 75mm diameter, with certificate and card box £200 - £300

Lots 1 & 2

Lots 3 & 4

Lot 2 Bob Banford ‘Daisy with Bee’ paperweight, having thumb cut facets, 60mm diameter £200 - £300 Lot 3 Baccarat limited edition ‘Yellow Flower’ paperweight, circa 1983, numbered 87/175, 78mm diameter, original box and certificate £200 - £300 Lot 4 Baccarat limited edition ‘Rose and Pearls’ paperweight, circa 1995, numbered 17/100, 90mm diameter £400 - £600 Lot 5 Baccarat limited edition ‘Emperor Fish’ paperweight, circa 1996, numbered 1/100, 90mm diameter, with original box and certificate £400 - £600 Lot 6 Baccarat limited edition ‘Greater Bird of Paradise’ paperweight, circa 1997, numbered 80/100, 90mm diameter, with original box and certificate £300 - £500 Lot 7 Chinese green glazed bowl, underglaze blue painted Kangxi marks, 11.5cm diameter£80 - £120 Lot 8 Victorian Staffordshire holy water stoop, circa 1880, modelled with a crucifix and the heads of angels above a small well, decorated in colours, height 37cm £70 - £100 Lot 9 Chinese famille rose bowl, Qianlong (1736-95), decorated with polychrome floral sprays (riveted), 26cm diameter £50 - £80

Lots 5 & 6



Lot 10 Two German armorial roemmers, traditional green glass form, each decorated with a crest and a spurious date, the wide stems decorated with prunts, height 20cm £50 - £80

Lot 11

Lots 14, 15 & 16

Lot 11 Royal Dux figure of a peasant boy on a donkey, decorated in greenish gilt, pink and buff colours, applied pink triangle mark, height 37cm £250 - £300

Lot 14 Royal Doulton Paisley Shawl figural table lamp, with original cloth shade, on a reeded brass column, the figure supported on a wooden base, overall height 48cm £180 - £240

Lot 12 Painted white overlay glass vase in Bohemian tradition, 20th Century, campagna form decorated with floral sprays on white against a blue interior, height 22cm £100 - £150

Lot 15 Royal Doulton figure ‘Paisley Shawl’ M4, designed by L Harradine, issued 1932-45, 10cm £40 - £60

Lot 13 Pair of Italian maiolica lidded jars, heavily moulded with fruiting vines and rams mask handles, in blue, yellow and green glazes (extensive repairs), height 35cm £60 - £80

Lot 16 Royal Doulton figure ‘The Jester’ HN1702, designed by C J Noke, issued 1935-49, printed and painted marks, height 27cm £100 - £150 Lot 17 Copeland Parian bust of Clytie produced for the Art Union of London, circa 1855, and designed by C Delpeoh, height 34cm £150 - £250



Lot 18

Lots 20 & 21



Lot 18 Berlin porcelain ‘Rake’s Progress’ punch bowl and cover, mid 19th Century after an 18th Century original, the domed cover surmounted with a Bacchanalian cherub kneeling and holding aloft a glass, finely decorated with debauched scenes from Hogarth’s Rakes Progress, and sprays of Deutsche Blumen against an osier moulded border, the base similarly decorated with more tranquil scene from the Rake’s early years, all edged with a gilt line, blue sceptre mark to the base, 30cm diameter £500 - £700 Lot 19 Japanese Imari octagonal plate, late 19th Century, decorated in typical palette, painted four character mark, 24cm diameter, also another Japanese Imari plate with scalloped border, 30cm diameter (2) £80 - £120 Lot 20 Chinese blue and white export meat plate, Qianlong (1736-95), decorated with a river landscape, 47.5cm, also a smaller Chinese export meat plate, early 19th Century, decorated with a pavilion landscape, 32.5cm (2) £160 - £200 Lot 21 Chinese Imari dish, Qianlong (1736-95), decorated with a peony rock and fence pattern, 27.5cm diameter, also two further Chinese Imari dishes, 27cm diameter (3) £120 - £180 Lot 22 Pair of Chinese famille rose saucer dishes, Qianlong (1736-95), each decorated with a peony rock in famille rose colours, 22cm diameter, also a further famille rose saucer dish decorated with floral panels, 22cm diameter and a famille rose plate decorated with peony, 22.5cm diameter (4) £100 - £150 Lot 23 Delft blue and white plate, mid 18th Century, 23cm diameter, also a Chinese Imari plate, Qianlong (1736-95), decorated with peony rock, 25cm diameter, another Chinese Imari saucer dish, 22cm diameter, a pair of Chinese export blue and white plates, 23cm diameter, a Chinese blue and white roundel (cut down), 19cm diameter and an English porcelain sauce boat (heavily restored) (7) £80 - £120

Lot 24 Lot 24 Coalport ‘Twelve Apostles’ election jug, 1841, baluster form with a triple lip neck and decorated with the ‘Loggerheads’ (Shrewsbury coat of arms) and further inscribed in gold with a record of the Conservative General Election victory and the twelve restored Conservative Members to the County of Salop, which included Benjamin Disraeli, and inscribed with the retailer’s name at the base of the handle ‘Wildig, Shrewsbury’, all against a deep cobalt blue ground, height 28cm The Conservatives swept the board in the General Election of 1841 in Shropshire and this success was marked with the issue of a large and extremely imposing porcelain jug thought by many to be the most impressive of all the election pieces produced at Coalport. Amongst the twelve members elected to represent Shrewsbury Benjamin Disraeli was one of the two members elected to represent Shrewsbury in parliament and the Shropshire Conservatives deemed it somewhat of a coup that they managed to secure his services for their county town. Unfortunately for the Conservatives Disraeli was absent from the celebrations which was undoubtedly a blow to their pride, and through the term, he seems to have involved himself little in the affairs of the borough, indeed later becoming a member for Buckinghamshire. £200 - £300



Lot 27 Lot 25 Heubach bisque porcelain piano baby, impressed mark, 19.5cm, also a smaller version of the same figure, 12cm (2) £40 - £60 Lot 26 Fenton red carnival glass bowl, moulded with cherry leaves and fruits, 20cm diameter £40 - £60

Lot 27 Dresden porcelain inkstand, 20th Century, shaped form with covered inkwell, decorated with Deutsche Blumen in colours and a gilt and green scale border, 24.5cm, also six similar Dresden porcelain dessert plates, 22cm (7) £80 - £120

Lot 31

Lot 30

Lot 30 Lot 32



Lot 28 Minton pottery plaque, circa 1915, the centre print decorated with stepping stones over a river, impressed marks, 38.5cm diameter £50 - £80 Lot 29 Chinese blue and white ginger jar, 19th Century, decorated with a lakeside landscape, height 20.5cm £100 - £150 Lot 30 Chinese blue and white covered vase, late 19th Century, inverted baluster form decorated with birds flying amidst foliate branches, seal mark to the base, height 26.5cm, also a Kaiser Porcelain blue and white covered vase in the Japanese style, decorated with a continuous landscape in underglaze blue, with a turned wooden stand, height 33.5cm (2) £80 - £120 Lot 31 Chinese blue and white ginger jar and cover, 19th Century, decorated with ladies walking in a garden with boy attendants, height 30cm £600 - £800 Lot 32 Chinese blue and white moon flask, late 19th Century, decorated with objects and with ruyi sceptre handles at the neck, four character Kangxi mark, height 20.5cm £80 - £120 Lot 33 Delft blue and white dish, early 18th Century, petal form decorated with chinoiserie style figures within landscapes (restored), 35cm diameter £80 - £120 Lot 34 Pair of engraved glass rummers, U-shaped bowls engraved with a bird flying amidst foliage, over a short waisted stem and square foot, height 13.5cm £40 - £60 Lot 35 Pair of Continental porcelain figures representing ‘Summer’ and ‘Autumn’, 19th Century, modelled as classical figures and decorated with colours and gilt, height 35.5cm £400 - £600 Lot 36 Chinese famille rose deep bowl, decorated with floral sprays against a turquoise glazed ground, painted Yongzheng mark, 25.5cm diameter £100 - £150 Lot 37 Six engraved wine glasses, decorated with Rococo scrolls over a cut and waisted stem, 17.5cm £40 - £60

Lot 35

Lot 38 Lot 38 Austrian figural floor vase, circa 1900, moulded as a maiden collecting water from a hollowed out oak tree, decorated throughout in a pale peach and green glaze, height 92cm £100 - £200



Lots 41, 42 & 43 Lot 39 Pair of porcelain sheep figures, circa 1900, in the Staffordshire tradition, each grog covered sheep on a naturalistic ground, height 12.5cm £40 - £60

Lot 44 Gien pottery jug, baluster form decorated with an allover floral print finished in colours, printed mark, height 27cm £40 - £60

Lot 40 Royal Worcester limited edition Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee portrait plaque, designed by Arnold Machin, numbered 12/1000, presented within original moulded wooden frame, the plaque 33cm x 22cm £50 - £100 Lot 41 Japanese Ko-Kutani small vase, 19th Century, shouldered ovoid form and decorated with a continuous landscape in green, yellow and blue enamels against a cream coloured ground, 13cm, also a similar Ko-Kutani vase, 12.5cm (2) £150 - £250 Lot 42 Japanese Satsuma covered vase, Taisho (1912-26), shouldered ovoid form with a domed cover, decorated with a band of Golden Pheasants amidst flowers in gilt and colours against a deep blue ground, signed, height 20cm £150 - £250 Lot 43 Pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji (18681912), ovoid form moulded to the shoulder and decorated with Immortals in gilt, painted marks to the base, height 16cm £100 - £150



Lot 45 Lot 45 MacIntyre Pansies salad bowl with servers, circa 1911-13, the bowl decorated with blue and yellow pansies with green foliage against an ivory ground, with worn silver plated rim, matching servers, one having a repaired handle, printed MacIntyre mark with green painted Moorcroft signature, 20.5cm diameter £200 - £400

Lot 46 Four small Linthorpe vases, each similarly decorated with streaky brown, green and white glazes, impressed marks, the largest 9cm high £30 - £50 Lot 47 Linthorpe small bottle vase, decorated with a green streaky body beneath a burgundy red neck, impressed marks, height 13cm, also a similar shaped Linthorpe bottle vase, decorated in a dark brown glaze, height 13.5cm (2) £40 - £60

Lot 50 Sabino ‘sea urchin’ glass bowl, moulded and tinted with blue opalescence, moulded mark ‘Sabino France’, 26cm diameter, also a G Vallon ‘cherries’ glass bowl, moulded and tinted with blue opalescence, moulded mark ‘G Vallon, Made in France’, 23.5cm diameter (2) £100 - £120 Lot 51 Victorian slip decorated terracotta stick stand, decorated with flowers against a blue and brown streaked ground, height 48cm £40 - £60

Lot 48 Linthorpe Pottery small vase by Henry Tooth, circa 1879-83, baluster form with wide neck and decorated in a streaky green and ochre glaze, over a celadon green body, impressed marks and monogram, height 11cm, also another Linthorpe small vase, of lobed baluster form decorated with a blue, green and ochre streaked glaze, height 13cm (2) £50 - £80

Lot 49

Lot 52

Lot 49 Carltonware Heron patterned rouge lustre vase, ovoid form decorated with a pheasant, gilded and in colours, flying against a weeping willow tree, printed marks, height 15cm £30 - £40

Lot 52 Decalcomania glass vase, 19th Century, the ovoid vase with wide trumpet rim, decorated with chinoiserie figures against a painted pale green ground, 44.5cm £300 - £500



Lot 53 Burmantofts faience jardinière in Art Nouveau style, moulded with stylised thistle heads in blue, brown and ochre, impressed marks and numbered ‘2236’, height 25cm £60 - £100 Lot 54 Pair of Royal Doulton stoneware vases, inverted baluster form, gilded at the shoulder and relief moulded with stylised foliate panels in a blue glaze, impressed marks, height 28cm £200 - £300

Lot 58 Lot 58 Pair of Wedgwood creamware vases, circa 1890, ovoid body with gilded handles and each decorated with a pheasant in gilt and colours, impressed mark, height 21cm £70 - £100

Lot 55 Lot 55 English porcelain wine cooler, circa 1810-20, possibly Chamberlains Worcester, of inverted baluster form with rope twist handles, decorated with a striking gilded flowerhead design opposing a floral cornucopia above a foot rim painted with puce foliate scrolls, height 22cm £300 - £500

Lot 59 Royal Copenhagen shallow bowl, with inverted rim and decorated with a Dragonfly and Water Lily, printed and painted marks, 24cm diameter, also a Royal Copenhagen small globular pot, decorated with flowers against a shaded blue ground, 8cm, and a Royal Copenhagen small vase decorated with emerging Iris against a deep blue ground, painted and printed marks, height 12cm (3) £60 - £100

Lot 56 Middle Eastern splash glazed pottery wine ewer, height 35cm, also a Middle Eastern tin glazed tile, painted in four squares and centred with a stylised animal in blue, ochre and green, 20cm square (2) £100 - £150

Lot 60 Pair of Royal Copenhagen Onion pattern candlesticks, classical form with tapered square section column, relief moulded with lion’s masks, painted and printed marks, height 23cm £20 - £40

Lot 57 Pair of finely engraved small glass vases, ovoid form, each engraved with a winged cherub tending to a garden, with white metal mounts and handles (damaged), 12.5cm £80 - £120

Lot 61 Coalport blue ground bowl, decorated in gilt with Asiatic Pheasants, raised on three gilded feet, 26cm diameter £20 - £40



Lot 66 Lot 66 Kosta Boda limited edition glass bowl, acid etched with antelope in silhouette against a coloured ground, engraved marks and numbered 7171015, signed, height 18cm £100 - £150

Lot 62 Lot 62 Derby Crown Porcelain vase, circa 1878-81, twin handled onion form with trumpet rim and mask handles, gilded with extensive foliage and butterflies against a deep blue ground, printed marks, height 20cm £80 - £120 Lot 63 Strathearn glass vase, ovoid form with a wide neck, finished in green and black with copper aventurine inclusions, Leaping Salmon mark, height 27.5cm £70 - £100 Lot 64 Strathearn blue and black glass small bowl, with inverted rim and aventurine inclusions, 17cm diameter £30 - £40 Lot 65 Strathearn paperweight, batwing circular form encasing canes and spiral twists in a radial design, original paper label, 8cm diameter £50 - £80

Lot 67 Pair of Cantonese famille rose vases, late 19th Century, ovoid form, the necks moulded with salamander and kylins and decorated with panels of figures in typical palette, height 23.5cm £200 - £300 Lot 68 Pair of Cantonese famille rose vases, late 19th Century, cylinder form with waisted neck, decorated with panels of figures in typical palette, height 24.5cm £100 - £150 Lot 69 Extensive Copeland dinner service, circa 1910, decorated with a border design of pink roses and green foliage, edged with gilt, comprising eleven dinner plates, twelve soup bowls, eleven dessert plates, eleven side plates, three graduated meat plates, large lidded tureen, small lidded tureen, tureen base, lidded sauce tureen on stand, gravy boat on stand and cheese dish and cover, impressed marks (60) £150 - £250 Lot 70 Staffordshire blue and white printware meat plate, probably Andrew Stevenson, circa 1820, depicting Netley Abbey ruins, the rectangular dish fluted and with well, 47.5cm £40 - £60



Lots 72 - 75 Lot 71 Persian porcelain jar and cover, decorated with a couple sitting amidst flowers in traditional colours of blue and black, height 15cm £40 - £60

Lot 77 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Moonlight Badger, circa 2003, 15cm, original box £30 - £50

Lot 72 Royal Crown Derby Bull paperweight, introduced 1992, height 14cm, with original box £50 - £80

Lot 78 Royal Crown Derby paperweight Rocky Mountain Bear, circa 1998, 10.5cm, original box £20 - £40

Lot 73 Royal Crown Derby limited edition gypsy caravan paperweight, circa 2004, 1st of a series ‘The Ledge Wagon’ numbered 253/1250, height 12cm, with original box and certificate £100 - £150

Lot 79 Royal Crown Derby paperweight Striped Dolphin, circa 2001, 17cm, original box £20 - £40

Lot 74 Royal Crown Derby Friesian Cow paperweight, circa 2002, height 11.5cm, with original box £40 - £60 Lot 75 Royal Crown Derby limited edition Shire horse paperweight, specially commissioned by Sinclairs, circa 2004, numbered 1007/1500, height 18.5cm, with original box and certificate £100 - £150 Lot 76 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Oceanic Whale, circa 2004, 21.5cm, original box £40 - £60



Lot 80 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild limited edition paperweight Farmyard Hen, circa 2004, an event piece numbered 2780/5000, 9.5cm, original box with certificate £20 - £40 Lot 81 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Bank Vole, circa 2005, 7cm, original box £20 - £30 Lot 82 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Misty, circa 2003, 8cm, original box £20 - £30 Lot 83 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Crested Tit, 10cm, original box £20 - £30

Lot 84 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Bunny, circa 2004, 7.5cm, original box £20 - £30 Lot 85 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Teal Duckling, circa 2006, 6cm, original box £20 - £30 Lot 86 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Scruff, circa 2007, 8cm, original box £20 - £30 Lot 87 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Crown name stand, circa 2004, height 9.5cm £20 - £30 Lot 88 Royal Crown Derby paperweight Mandarin Duck, circa 1999, 12cm £20 - £30 Lot 89 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Meadow Rabbit, circa 1999, 8.5cm £20 - £30

Lot 96 Royal Crown Derby paperweight Donkey, circa 2001, 13cm, original box £20 - £30 Lot 97 Royal Crown Derby paperweight Donkey, circa 2002, 13cm, with box £20 - £30 Lot 98 Royal Crown Derby paperweight Donkey Foal, circa 2003, 11cm, original box £20 - £30 Lot 99 Two Royal Crown Derby paperweights: Baby Rabbit, circa 1999, 7cm, and Seven Spot Ladybird, circa 2001, 5.5cm, both with original box £20 - £30 Lot 100 Two Royal Crown Derby paperweights: Piglet, circa 1997, and Sleeping Piglet, circa 1999, 7.5cm, both with original box £20 - £40 Lot 101 Royal Crown Derby figure The Artist Claude, circa 2000, 9cm, original box £15 - £20

Lot 90 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Snowy Owl, circa 2005, 13cm, with original box £20 - £40 Lot 91 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Starlight Hare, circa 2002, 13.5cm, original box £20 - £40 Lot 92 Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild paperweight Green Winged Teal, circa 2005, 12cm, original box £20 - £40 Lot 93 Royal Crown Derby limited edition paperweight Farmyard Cockerel, circa 2003, event piece numbered 2713/5000, original box £20 - £40 Lot 94 Royal Crown Derby Treasures of Childhood steam train, circa 2002, 10cm, also a Royal Crown Derby Treasures of Childhood tug boat, circa 2002, 11cm, each with original box (2) £30 - £50 Lot 95 Royal Crown Derby paperweight Pheasant, 17cm £20 - £30

Lots 103 & 102 Lot 102 Rare Royal Crown Derby limited edition ‘Jackie’ paperweight, circa 2006, pre-release of 300, exclusive to Roberts China, Crystal and Silver of U.S.A., of which this is number 121, signed in gilt to the base by Sue Rowe, 12cm, with certificate and box £100 - £150 Lot 103 Rare Beswick limited edition Pig Prom figure George Cymbals (PP10), with green jacket, specially commissioned by Sinclairs and with certificate numbered 276/2000, boxed £40 - £60



Lot 104 Lot 104 Beswick Pig Prom Band figures comprising John the Conductor (PP1), Matthew the Trumpeter (PP2), David the Flautist (PP3), Andrew Cymbals (PP4), Daniel the Violinist (PP5), Michael Bass Drummer (PP6), James the Triangle (PP7), Richard the Horn Player (PP8) and Christopher the Guitar (PP9), all boxed £80 - £120



Lot 105 Beswick Poodle on a cushion (2985), issued 1987-89, gloss finish, 16.5cm £30 - £50 Lot 106 Beswick Thelwell figure ‘Kickstart’, 13cm £20 - £30

Private Collection of Ancient and other Artefacts

Lot 113 Lot 111

Lot 113

Lot 124

Lot 111 Lot 110 Lot 112

Lot 110 Roman bronze lamp, 4th Century A.D., with cross handle, green patination, 12cm £70 - £100 Lot 111 Islamic pottery oil lamp, probably Nishapur, Persia, 10th Century A.D., sauceboat shape with dark brown slip and white dot decoration, 15cm, also another Persian pottery lamp, saucer dish form with a handle, decorated with a turquoise glaze, probably Gurgan, 12th Century A.D., height 10cm (2) £50 - £80 Lot 112 Roman terracotta lamp, early 1st Century A.D., the top relief moulded with a bust, and relief signature ‘Atime’ to the underside, 12cm (A similar signature ‘Atimeti’ can be found on two British Museum lamps discovered in London and Colchester), also another Roman terracotta lamp, 2nd Century A.D., dish topped and relief moulded with a flowerhead design, 11cm (2) £50 - £80 Lot 113 Italian terracotta lamp, probably 1st Century A.D., deep body moulded with amorous winged cherubs, double nozzle, impressed mark indistinct, possibly ‘Vato’, 13cm, also an unusual North Italian terracotta lamp, of bird form with a large square wick hole and stylised bird pattern in relief dots, 1st Century A.D., 15.5cm (2) £80 - £120

Lot 112

Lot 114 Roman terracotta lamp, second half 1st Century A.D., relief moulded with a satyr head, the base impressed ‘C.OPPI.RES’, 9cm (Found in Austria, C Oppius Restitutus, well known as a lamp maker), also another Roman terracotta lamp with a moulded palmette border, Italian late 1st Century A.D., 12cm (2) £50 - £80 Lot 115 Roman miniature black slip decorated lamp, late 1st Century A.D., 7.5cm (An old label attached reads ‘Found in London Wall dig’),also a Medieval turned pottery ovoid jug, 13th Century, 12cm, Medieval turned pottery small vase, 10.5cm and a Roman burnt terracotta small twin handled pot, impressed ‘Cana’, 7cm (4) £50 - £80 Lot 116 Cypriot painted terracotta jug, circa 800 B.C., baluster form with a simplistic painted face, the nozzle forming the nose, with a yellow and black linear band, height 12.5cm, probably used as a filler for the large cocked hat lamps then used, also an ancient Palestinian pottery bottle, circa 1100 B.C., 9cm, an ancient Jericho pottery bowl lamp, 14cm, two pottery twin handled vases, 15cm, a small amphora, a Holy Lands pottery cup and an Egyptian pottery small bowl, 9.5cm (8) £100 - £150



Lot 117 Carthaginian pink pottery cocked hat lamp, circa 6th-5th Century B.C., 11.5cm, also another Carthaginian pottery cocked hat lamp on stand, 3rd Century B.C., 9cm, and a Cypriot pottery cocked hat lamp, circa 1000 B.C., 18cm (4) £40 - £60 Lot 118 Two Etruscan pottery twin handled vessels, circa 7th Century B.C., of grey pot with incised decoration, 10cm and 9cm £40 - £60 Lot 119 Two Tell Halaf ‘’mother goddess’’ clay figures, one having painted linear decoration, 9cm, the other with traces of painted decoration, 10cm These figures originate from the early Mesopotamian civilisation and are known as Tell Halaf after the site in modern day Syria where they were first found. They were probably used as part of a fertility cult and an attribution to motherhood. They date from the Neolithic period, circa 5000-4000 B.C Provenance: purchased from the Antiquities Collector 2001 and Lodge Antiquities 2001 £100 - £150 Lot 120 Greek painted terracotta lamp, 5th Century B.C., wheel turned and painted with black slip lines, 12cm (painted label to the underside ‘from Mr Mainwaring’s Collection’, presumably Colston Hall, Lincoln), also another Greek painted terracotta lamp, 5th Century B.C., 11cm, a later Greek small terracotta lamp, 2nd Century B.C., 8cm and a small simple Greek terracotta lamp, circa 7th Century B.C., 5.5cm (4) £80 - £120 Lot 121 Six various ancient pottery lamps including a Cretian handled example, circa 7th Century B.C., 14.5cm, Jordanian lamp, 7th Century, 10cm, an Ephesus floral moulded lamp, 1st Century B.C., (Provenance: The Mainwaring Collection, Colston Hall, Lincoln), 12cm, two black slip decorated lamps and a Syrian terracotta lamp, 13cm (6) £80 - £120 Lot 122 Roman terracotta twin handled bottle, 3rd Century A.D., turned ovoid body, height 22cm, also a Roman terracotta bowl with flange rim, 3rd Century A.D., 24.5cm, and a Roman shallow bowl with incised decoration (reconstructed), 17.5cm (3) £50 - £100 Lot 123 Two Roman terracotta jugs, Eastern Empire, 2nd3rd Century A.D., each with an all over white slip covering, 22.5cm and 23.5cm £50 - £80 Lot 124 Romano-Egyptian terracotta figural bust, moulded as a bearded robed figure, quarter length, 3rd Century A.D., 18.5cm £50 - £80



Lot 125 Two ancient Peruvian pottery bird whistles, 5cm and 4cm £30 - £50 Lot 126 Egyptian terracotta Shabti figure of Babi, modelled seated with hieroglyphs around the base, 6cm, also a later Roman-Egyptian sarcophagus style terracotta figure, 15cm (2) £80 - £120 Lot 127 Egyptian bronze amulet of Isis and the infant Horus, XVIII Dynasty, circa 1500 B.C., 4cm £80 - £120 Lot 128 Mesopotamian carved stone lamp, circa 3000 B.C., pear shaped, 11cm, also a carved stone lamp of rectangular form, with handle and simplistic incised decoration, probably from the Palestine region, 4cm (2) £20 - £30 Lot 129 Reproduction hand painted ‘Attic’ jug, decorated with a figure in red against a brown ground with anthemion details to the neck, height 20.5cm, also a similar reproduction ‘Attic’ jug, 23cm and a reproduction ‘Attic’ twin handled footed bowl decorated with a centaur, 18.5cm diameter (3) £20 - £40

Lots 130 & 131 Lot 130 Egyptian faience figure of Bastet, the cat goddess, stippled decoration and glazed with white, 12.5cm £40 - £60 Lot 131 Egyptian turquoise faience Shabti figure, late Dynastic Period, Dynasty XXVII or later, circa 525350 B.C., also a small turquoise faience Shabti figure of a mummy style figure, 5cm, a small turquoise faience figure of a hawk and a similar cat figure, 3cm (4) £100 - £150

Silver & Silver Plate

Lots 140 - 144 Lot 140 Modern silver repoussé double photograph frame, London 1991, in Victorian style decorated with Rococo style scrolls and foliage, velvet backed, the interior sizes 14cm x 9.5cm, the whole 23cm x 21cm £70 - £100

Lot 144 Modern silver photograph frame, Sheffield 1990, shaped rectangular form with gadrooned border, velvet backed, interior size 12cm x 9cm, the whole 20cm x 14.5cm £40 - £60

Lot 141 Modern silver photograph frame, Sheffield 1990, rectangular form with paper scroll border, velvet backed, interior size 13.5cm x 10cm, the whole 19cm x 15cm £40 - £60 Lot 142 Modern silver photograph frame, Sheffield 1993, in Victorian style embossed with scrolls, velvet backed, interior size 13cm x 9cm, the whole 19cm x 13cm £40 - £60 Lot 143 George V silver photograph frame, Birmingham 1916, plain rectangular form, wooden backed, the original bracket replaced with a shorter, newer bracket, making the frame landscape, the original bracket still present, interior size 14.5cm x 30cm, the whole 18cm x 33cm £60 - £100



Lots 145 & 146

Lot 148 Lot 145 Late Victorian silver plated spirit kettle, the cover surmounted with a winged bird over a pear shaped body, repoussé decorated with scrolls and foliage, on a stand with masked apron and beaded triform supports, with burner, height 48cm £70 - £100 Lot 146 Victorian silver plated spirit kettle, circa 1890, ovoid body with turned ivory handle and scrolled engraving, the cover with a flame finial, supported on a cradle base with turned ivory handles, burner and cast with leaves in an emerging Art Nouveau style, height 45cm £80 - £120 Lot 147 Asprey of London, two sets of four silver bridge pencils, in original cases £80 - £120 Lot 148 Chinese export silver tea and coffee pots, by Hung Chong, Shanghai circa 1900, the coffee pot worked with prunus blossom and with crabstock style handle and spout, the teapot similarly worked, both marked ‘Shanghai Hung Chong’ and signed in characters, the coffee pot 15.5cm, the teapot 11.5cm, combined gross weight approx. 1.51kg (48.5 troy ozs) £800 - £1200 Lot 149 Cased set of George V silver seal top coffee spoons with bows, Birmingham 1925 £50 - £80

Lot 150 Lot 150 Pair of Victorian silver plated candelabra, by Hawksworth Eyre & Co., circa 1900, corinthian column form supporting three capital sconces over a fluted column and square base, height 56.5cm £300 - £500 Lot 151 Pair Victorian silver scallop form dishes, Birmingham 1891, chased with flowers and scrolls, on ball feet, 12cm, weight approx. 100g (3 troy ozs) £80 - £120



Lots 152, 153, 154 & 155 Lot 152 George V silver table basket, Birmingham 1925, lobed oval form with a swing handle, raised on an oval foot, 26cm, weight approx. 0.39kg (12.5 troy ozs) £100 - £150 Lot 153 Modern silver candelabrum, Sheffield 1967, plain tapered form with circular foot and supporting three sconces over a weight base, height 36cm, weighable silver being the branches and sconces 0.61kg (19.5 troy ozs), gross weight including the base 1.22kg (39 troy ozs) £250 - £300 Lot 154 Pair of George V silver bonbon dishes, London 1910, scallop form, raised on ball feet, 13cm, weight approx. 140g (4.5 troy ozs) £100 - £150 Lot 155 Victorian cut glass iced water jug, having a silver plated mount, handle and hinged cover, opening to reveal a pullout glass receptacle for ice, the tapered trumpet form body hobnail cut and with star cutting to the base, height 25.5cm £50 - £80



Lot 156

Lot 156 Modern silver canteen of Kings pattern cutlery, maker G B & Co., Sheffield 1972, six place settings comprising dinner knives and forks, fish knives and forks, soup spoons, dessert spoons and forks, teaspoons, together with four serving spoons and a carving set, the knives all with stainless steel blades and therefore unweighed, the remaining weighable silver approx. 2.15kg (69 troy ozs), all contained within a walnut canteen box with a pull out drawer (55 pieces) £500 - £800 Lot 157 Six William IV silver fiddle pattern table spoons, maker William Rawlings Sobey, Exeter 1833/4, each with engraved with later upper case initials ‘MW’, weight approx. 0.48kg (15 troy ozs) £150 - £200

Lot 158 Victorian silver plated claret jug, circa 1870, fluted elongated pear shape with hinged cover, decorated with fruiting vines and foliate engraving, height 35.5cm £100 - £150 Lot 159 Edwardian silver serving tray, Birmingham 1904, rectangular form with gadrooned and shell border, cast Rococo style handles, marks rubbed, 68cm x 38cm, weight approx. 3.64kg (117 troy ozs) £1800 - £2000 Lot 160 Edwardian silver paper knife by S Mordan & Co., having a folding steel blade to the engine turned handle, 15cm £40 - £60

Lots 158 & 159



Lot 161 Modern silver condiment set, by Garrard & Co., Birmingham 1976, comprising salt cellar and mustard pot with gadrooned border, raised on lion’s mask paw feet, matching pepperette, salt spoon and mustard spoon, all in original case, weighable silver 0.44kg (14 troy ozs) £180 - £240 Lot 162 Matched set of Edwardian silver napkin rings, Birmingham 1900 and 1908, waisted and pierced and each engraved with initial ‘B’, cased, weight approx. 90g (3 troy ozs) £50 - £80

Lot 161

Lot 163 Pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, Sheffield 1903, in the Adam style with a tapered square section column detailed with anthemion, over a flared square base (loaded), height 21cm £200 - £400

Lots 163 - 166



Lot 164 Victorian silver plated oil lamp, circa 1875, having a Hicks & Son patent burner over a tank worked with trailing hops, over a reeded column and triform base supporting three griffins, height 39cm £80 - £120 Lot 165 Scandinavian silver plated flagon, circa 1890, tapered cylinder form, the hinged domed cover surmounted with a figure of a warrior, and the body worked with figurative panels titled ‘Solertia’, ‘Patientia’ and ‘Nolvi’, height 28cm £60 - £80 Lot 166 Pair silver Corinthian column candlesticks, Birmingham 1957, beaded nozzles over fluted columns on a stepped base (loaded), height 25cm £250 - £350 Lot 167 Large Edwardian piqué tortoiseshell dressing table mirror by J C Vickery, Regent Street, London, shaped rectangular form detailed in silver with bellflower garlands and ribbons supporting trompe l’oeil instruments, within a raised bellflower border, original velvet backing, interior size 27cm x 20cm, the whole 41cm x 34.5cm £400 - £600 Lot 168 English white metal belt, early 20th Century, having shaped pierced rectangular links with scroll engraving, foliate engraved buckle, stamped ‘Made in England’ £100 - £150 Lot 169 Silver owl form bookmarker, modern, 9cm £20 - £30

Lot 167 Lot 170 Victorian silver coffee pot, maker probably William and John Barnard, London 1882, half reeded cylinder form with wooden handle and finial, height 21cm, gross weight approx. 0.55kg (17.5 troy ozs) £140 - £180 Lot 171 George V silver four piece tea service, Birmingham 1934/5, plain form with an egg and dart linear design, comprising teapot and hot water jug, each with brown bakelite handle and finial, sugar basin and milk jug, the hot water jug 20cm, gross weight approx. 1.02kg (32.5 troy ozs) £150 - £200

Lots 170 & 171



Lot 173

Lot 172 Parisian silver mustard jar, mid 19th Century, cylinder form with hinged cover, repoussé decorated with classical style figures and palm fronds (liner deficient), height 11cm £100 - £150



Lot 173 Modern canteen of silver Kings pattern cutlery, Sheffield 1979, twelve place settings comprising dinner knives and forks, soup spoons, dessert knives and fork, dessert spoons, teaspoons, together with four serving spoons, the knives having stainless steel blades and therefore not weighed, the remaining weighable silver approx. 4kg (128 troy ozs), all contained within a mahogany canteen box with pullout drawer (88 pieces) £2000 - £3000

Lot 175 Lot 174 Pair of Corinthian column plated table lamps, modern (require wiring), height to the top of the column 50cm £200 - £300 Lot 175 Victorian silver tea and coffee service, by James and Josiah Williams, Exeter 1859, comprising teapot, coffee pot, sucrier and milk jug, of faceted pear form, the pots surmounted with domed covers and pheasant finial, the teapot with an inscription ‘To Mr Henry Jeffs in appreciation of services to the Gloucester Mercury Newspaper’, repoussé decorated with floral garlands over a shaped circular base, the coffee pot, sucrier and milk jug uninscribed, the coffee pot 30cm, the teapot 24cm, gross weight approx. 2.57kg (82.5 troy ozs), this service is sold with a mahogany box which has always been with the service, although it is crudely fitted inside and was originally a Victorian wine cooler, 44cm x 48cm £1500 - £2000

Lot 176 Lot 176 Victorian silver kings pattern part canteen of loose cutlery, makers Elizabeth Eaton and John Eaton, London 1845, 49, 50 and 62, comprising six dinner forks, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, each with an engraved crest of a lion passant, weight approx. 1.44kg (46 troy ozs) (18) £250 - £300



Lots 177 - 181 Lot 177 George V silver mounted scent bottle, Birmingham 1920, having a hinged tortoiseshell piqué inset cap over a clear glass globular body with incised vertilinear decoration, height 11.5cm £80 - £120 Lot 178 Pair of George III silver sugar nips, maker H B, circa 1770, 12cm £70 - £100 Lot 179 Art Deco silver condiment set, Birmingham 1933, comprising lidded mustard pot, salt cellar and pepper pot, each of engine turned triangular form complete with blue glass liners and spoons, weighable silver approx. 130g (4 troy ozs) £80 - £120 Lot 180 Pair of late Victorian silver dwarf candlesticks, Birmingham 1900, reeded columns with foliate repoussé bordered nozzle and base (loaded), 12cm £80 - £120 Lot 181 Modern silver candle snuffer, Birmingham 1979, also a late Victorian silver plated stilton scoop (2) £50 - £80 Lot 182 George V silver fiddle pattern cutlery, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1915/16 comprising twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks and twelve dessert spoons, each engraved with upper case ‘R’, weight approx. 2.32kg (74.5 troy ozs) £600 - £800



Lot 183 Edwardian silver presentation rose bowl, Sheffield 1903, with everted rim and repoussé decorated with panels of flowers around an inscribed cartouche dated 1904, mounted on an ebony socle, the bowl, 20cm diameter, weight approx. 0.41kg (13 troy ozs) £150 - £250 Lot 184 Late Victorian silver rose bowl, maker H W, Sheffield, 1897, repoussé decorated throughout with scrolls and flowers and with a later inscription dated 1986, over a stepped circular foot, weight approx. 0.97kg (31 troy ozs), 25.5cm diameter £300 - £500 Lot 185 Modern silver pedestal comport, Sheffield 1977, having a cast floral garland border over a blade knopped stem and domed foot, 23cm diameter, weight approx. 0.63kg (20 troy ozs) £180 - £240 Lot 186 George III silver taper chamber stick, by John Schofield, London 1789, plain form with reeded border and formalised acanthus capped handle, complete with nozzle and snuffer, 5cm, weight approx. 90g (2.5 troy ozs) £120 - £180 Lot 187 George V silver and enamelled box by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1910, circular form, the hinged cover inset with a pug dog portrait within a cast bellflower border, 7.5cm diameter, gross weight approx. 0.14kg (4 troy ozs) £150 - £250

Lot 182

Lots 183 & 184



Lot 188 George V silver and agate stamp box, London 1913, rectangular form, the hinged cover inset with a single piece of red agate and opening to three gilt compartments, 6.5cm x 4.5cm £120 - £180

Lots 186, 187 & 188 Lot 189 Edwardian silver spirit kettle by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1908, gadrooned collar, half reeded bombé form body bearing an inscription pertaining to the 68th Durham Light Infantry ‘Presented to Captain C L Matthews on his marriage’, ebony handle and finial, on a stand with reeded legs and trefid feet (burner deficient), height 32.5cm, gross weight approx. 1.16kg (37 troy ozs) £400 - £600

Lot 190 George III silver tea service, London 1814/16, comprising teapot, sucrier and milk jug, each of half reeded bombé form with gadrooned collar, raised on paw feet, gross weight approx. 1.25kg (40 troy ozs) £1000 - £1500 Lot 191 Edwardian silver plated serving tray, rectangular form with fruiting vine border and Rococo style handles, the centre engraved with Rococo details, 75cm x 45cm £80 - £120

Lots 189, 190 & 191



Coins including a Private Collection

‘’Describing coins correctly is, by its nature, a highly technical exercise, often resulting in unintelligible and uninspiring reading to the uninitiated, vital though it is for accurate identification. This coin section is far from uninspiring, and we invite those of you who would normally skip over it to delve into it and explore what may become a new collecting field for you. Granted, the descriptions are technical, but if you examine the lots themselves you will find them to be miniature works of art, mobile history lessons, and possibly a good investment in the long run. We are privileged to be offering in this sale a single owner collection consisting predominantly of English gold and silver coinage dating from the time of the Iceni tribe in 35 B.C. until the early years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign and including some notable Medieval hammered gold examples. If you are new to the field of numismatics and would like some assistance demystifying the section then please feel free to ask us.’’

Lot 200

Lot 200 Quantity of British silver coinage, 1920-46 comprising half crowns, shillings, sixpences, weight approx 4.78kg (153 troy ozs) £800 - £1200



Lot 201 Silver Suffolk Pitt Club commemorative medallion, 1821, featuring a bust of William Pitt, with clip and ring for suspension, 36mm diameter £80 - £120

Lot 202

Lot 205 Lot 202 Eight Roman silver coins, 1st-3rd Century A.D. £80 - £120 Lot 203 Anglo-Saxon coins, possibly Kings of Northumbria, and assorted other early copper coinage and two Roman coins, 2nd-3rd Century A.D. (18) £30 - £50

Lot 206

Lot 204 Richard II halfpenny (1377-99), London Mint, also an Edward IV penny, Henry VII penny, York Mint, and a Henry VIII halfpenny, first coinage (4) £50 - £80 Lot 205 Edward IV groat, light coinage period, 1464-70, Sun mm, (s.2005), (P-F), also Henry VII groat, 150509 Pheon mint mark (P-F), Elizabeth I third issue sixpence, 1561 (P), another Elizabeth I sixpence, James I sixpence, 1603 (P) another James I sixpence, 1603 (P), (6) £70 - £100 Lot 206 Charles I commemorative silver medallion commemorating the baptism of Charles I in 1630 (VF) £20 - £40


(reverse) Lot 207

Lot 207 Commonwealth silver shilling, 1660, (s.3218), condition Poor, with losses to detail through wear £80 - £120



Lot 208 Lot 208 George III sixpence, 1787 (VF), also a George II sixpence, 1757 (F), small assortment of other small denomination British and foreign coinage (14) £50 - £80 Lot 209 George III cartwheel penny, 1797 (F-VF), also a George VI Coronation crown, 1937 (VF) (2) £10 - £15 Lot 210 Small amount of Victorian and later silver coinage including Victorian half crown, 1887, Jubilee Bust (VF), silver shilling, 1887 (VF), sixpence, 1887 (VF), thrupence, 1887, and other Victorian small denomination silver coinage, three George V half crowns and a George V florin (12) £40 - £60

Lot 212 Victorian sovereign, 1862, young head (VF), weight approx. 7.9g £220 - £280 Lot 213 Victorian sovereign, Jubilee Head, 1887, (F), in a loose 9ct gold mount and suspension loop, gross weight approx. 8.6g, boxed £200 - £300 Lot 214 Victorian half sovereign, 1894, loosely mounted in a 9ct yellow gold plain signet ring, size T, gross weight approx. 12.9g £220 - £260

Lot 215 Lot 211

Lot 212

Lot 211 George III guinea, 1788, 5th laurel head, spade shaped shield, (s.3729) (VF), weight approx. 8.3g £250 - £350



Lot 215 USA $20 gold piece, 1903, (VF), in a yellow metal mount with suspension ring, gross weight approx. 39.2g £1200 - £1800

Lot 216

Lot 217

Lot 219

Lot 222

Lot 220

Lot 223

Lot 221

Lot 224

Lot 216 Edward VII half sovereign, 1905, (VF), weight approx. 3.9g £100 - £150

Lot 223 George V sovereign, 1911, (VF), weight approx. 7.9g £200 - £300

Lot 217 Edward VII half sovereign, 1907, (VF), weight approx. 3.9g £100 - £150

Lot 224 George V sovereign, 1915, (EF), weight approx. 8.0g £200 - £300

Lot 218 Edward VII sovereign, 1910, Sydney Mint, mounted in a 9ct gold pendant mount and chain, gross weight approx. 15.1g £220 - £280 Lot 219 Edward VII sovereign, 1910, (VF), weight approx. 7.9g £200 - £300 Lot 220 George V half sovereign, 1911, (VF), weight approx. 3.9g £100 - £150 Lot 221 George V half sovereign, 1911, (VF), weight approx. 3.9g £100 - £150

Lot 225 Lot 225 Krugerrand, 1975, (EF), in a metal pendant mount, gross weight approx. 38.4g £1000 - £1500

Lot 222 George V sovereign, 1911, (VF), weight approx. 7.9g £200 - £300



A Single Owner Collection of British Coins Lot 226 Celtic (35-25BC) silver unit of the Iceni (Boar type) (s.431) (VF) £40 - £60

Lot 233 Edward I (1272-1307) silver London penny (s.1410) (VF) £40 - £60

Lot 227 Anglo Saxon (600-740AD) silver Sceat, Series X (s.797) (843), facing ‘Wodan’ head (VF) £180 - £240

Lot 234 Edward I (1272-1307) silver London farthing, Class X (s.1450) (VF) £40 - £60 Lot 235 Edward I (1272-1307) silver London long cross penny (P)



Catalogue reference indeterminable due to condition £10 - £20

Lot 228 Lot 228 Byzantine Heraclius (610-641AD), gold solidus, Heraclius and Heraclius & Constantine facing, 4.4g (VF) £300 - £350 Lot 229 Aethelred II (978-1016), silver small cross type, York mint (s.1154) (F) £80 - £120


(reverse) Lot 236

Lot 230 Canute (1016-1035) silver pointed helmet type, York mint (s.1158) (VF) £120 - £180

Lot 236 Edward III (1327-1377) gold noble, Treaty Period, annulet before ED. London 1361-69 (s.1503) (VF), 7.7g £1200 - £1800

Lot 231 Canute (1016-1035) silver short cross type, Exeter mint (s.1159) (VF) £120 - £180

(obverse) (reverse) Lot 237 (obverse) (reverse) Lot 232 Lot 232 Edward The Confessor (1042-1066) silver Chester penny, Pyramids type (s.1184) (VF) £300 - £350



Lot 237 Edward III gold quarter noble, Transitional Treaty Period, circa 1361 (s.1501) (VF), 1.9g £300 - £400

(obverse) (reverse) Lot 238 Lot 238 Edward III gold quarter noble, Transitional Treaty Period, circa 1361 (s.1501) (VF), 1.8g £250 - £350 Lot 239 Richard II (1377-1399) silver halfpenny, London mint, intermediate style (s.1699) (F) £50 - £80


(reverse) Lot 241

Lot 241 Edward IV (1461-1470) first reign gold London ryal (rose noble), light coinage period (s.1950), mm.sun (VF), 7.5g £1200 - £1800 Lot 242 Edward IV (1471-1483) silver London halfpenny (s.2137) (P-F) £20 - £40


(reverse) Lot 240

Lot 240 Robert III of Scotland (1390-1406) silver groat, heavy coinage (1390-circa 1403), second issue Edinburgh mint (s.5170) (VF) £70 - £100

(obverse) (reverse) Lot 243 Lot 243 Henry VIII (1509-1547) gold half angel, first coinage, mm.castle (s.2266) (F), 2.4g £600 - £800



Lot 244 Lot 244 Mary (1553-1558) gold angel, mm.pomegranate (s.2490) (VF), 4.4g

£2500 - £3500



Lot 245 Elizabeth I (1558-1603) silver groat, first issue 1559-60 (s.2551A) (F) £70 - £100


Lot 246 Elizabeth I (1558-1603) third issue gold angel, mm.eglantine (s.2514) (VF but pinprick piercing at 6 o’clock), 4.9g £1000 - £1500

(reverse) Lot 246



Lot 247 Lot 247 Elizabeth I (1558-1603) fifth issue gold pound. mm.woolpack (1594-6) (s.2534) (VF), 11g £3000 - £5000


(reverse) Lot 248

Lot 248 James VI of Scotland (1581-1625) eighth issue gold sword and sceptre piece of 1601 (s.5460) (VF), 5.0g £800 - £1200



(obverse) (reverse) Lot 249 Lot 249 James I (1603-1625) second issue gold thistle crown, mm.tower (1612-13) (s.2627) (G-F - crack at 4 o’clock), 1.9g £300 - £400





Lot 250

Lot 252

Lot 250 James I (1603-1625) third issue gold laurel 161925, mm.lis (s.2637) (VF), 9.0g £1200 - £1800

Lot 252 Charles I (1625-1649) gold unite, possibly group F sixth ‘Briot’s bust’ 1641-3, mm.119b (triangle in a circle) (s.2694 ?) (F-VF - weak in places) 9.0g £1000 - £1500

(obverse) (reverse) Lot 251 Lot 251 Charles I (1625-1649) gold crown, group B second bust, Tower mint, mm.castle (s.2711) (F-VF), 2.2g £300 - £500


(reverse) Lot 253

Lot 253 Charles I (1625-1649) Newark Siege shilling of 1645 (s.3142) (VF) £800 - £1200



Lot 254 Lot 254 Commonwealth gold unite of 1651, mm.sun (s.3208) (VF, approaching EF), 9.0g

£2500 - £3500







Lot 255

Lot 258

Lot 255 Charles II (1660-1685) gold guinea, fourth bust, 1677 (s.3344) (VF - with probable error on Carolvs), 8.3g £1200 - £1800

Lot 258 Anne (1702-1714) gold guinea, second bust, 1713 (s.3572) (F-VF), 8.2g £600 - £800




Lot 256 Lot 256 James II (1685-1688) gold guinea, second laurel bust, 1687 (s.3402) (VF), 8.2g £700 - £1000

(reverse) Lot 259

Lot 259 George I (1714-1727) gold guinea, third laurel head, 1715 (s.3630) (F-VF), 8.3g £600 - £800

(obverse) (obverse)


(reverse) Lot 260

Lot 257 Lot 257 William III (1689-1702) gold guinea, second bust, 1701 (s.3463) (VF), 8.3g £800 - £1200



Lot 260 George II (1727-1760) gold guinea, old laurel head, 1759 (s.3680) (VF), 8.2g £500 - £700


(reverse) Lot 261

Lot 261 George III (1760-1820) gold guinea, fourth laurel head, 1776 (s.3728) (EF), 8.4g £600 - £800



(obverse) Lot 264 Lot 264 George IV (1820-1830) sovereign, bare head, 1830 (s.3801) (EF), 7.9g £800 - £1200

(obverse) Lot 265

Lot 262 Lot 262 George III (1760-1820) gold spade guinea, fifth laurel head, 1791 (s.3729) (VF), 8.4g £400 - £500


(reverse) Lot 263

Lot 263 George III (1760-1820) sovereign, laurel head, 1817 (s.3785), (EF), 8.0g £800 - £1200

Lot 265 William IV (1830-1837) sovereign, second bust, 1832 (s.3829B) (VF), 7.9g £350 - £500

(obverse) Lot 266 Lot 266 Victoria (1837-1901) sovereign, young head, 1861 (s.3852D) (EF), 8.0g £280 - £350 Lot 267 Victoria (1837-1901) sovereign, jubilee head, 1887 (s.3866) (EF), 8.0g £220 - £260



Lot 267

Lot 268

Lot 269

Lot 270

Lot 271

Lot 272

Lot 273

Lot 274

Lot 268 Victoria (1837-1901) sovereign, 1900 (s.3874) (EF), 8.0g £220 - £260

Lot 272 Elizabeth II (1952-) sovereign, young laurel head, 1957 (s.4124) (UNC), 8.0g £220 - £300

Lot 269 Edward VII (1901-1910) sovereign, 1907 (s.3969) (EF), 8.0g £220 - £260

Lot 273 Elizabeth II (1952-) sovereign, young laurel head, 1958 (s.4125) (UNC), 8.0g £220 - £300

Lot 270 Edward VII (1901-10) half sovereign, 1910 (s.3974B) (EF), 3.9g £110 - £140

Lot 274 Elizabeth II (1952-) sovereign, young laurel head, 1959 (s.4125) (UNC), 8.0g £220 - £300

Lot 271 George V (1910-36) sovereign, 1914 (s.3996) (EF), 7.9g £220 - £260



Jewellery & Watches

Lots 280 - 283 Lot 280 Fattorini solitaire diamond cravat pin/shirt stud, the old brilliant cut stone approx. 0.3ct, in a yellow metal claw mount, with screw in shirt stud fixing and cravat pin, original Fattorini, Skipton fitted box £120 - £180

Lot 285 Diamond pendant necklace, set with approximately 100 tiny brilliant cut diamonds in four interwoven 18ct rose and white gold strands, on an 18ct white gold fine chain link necklace, gross weight approx. 5.7g £150 - £200

Lot 281 Yellow metal flattened curb link identity bracelet, previously valued for insurance as 18ct gold, weight approx. 49.4g £800 - £1200 Lot 282 Pair of 18ct gold cufflinks, Chester 1913, oval form monogrammed with initials ‘E R’, with chain links, weight approx. 11.8g £200 - £250 Lot 283 Set of three Victorian yellow metal and pearl shirt studs, each set with a halved pearl in a chased quatrefoil mount, original James Wordley, Liverpool, fitted case £70 - £100 Lot 284 Amethyst cluster ring, set with four oval cut stones, in a wirework mount, in 14ct yellow gold, size N-O, gross weight approx. 3.8g £40 - £60



Lot 286 Lot 286 Diamond and citrine dress ring, large step cut citrine approx. 18mm x 15mm, flanked on either side with five small brilliant cut diamonds, all set in 14ct yellow gold, size R, gross weight approx. 12.1g £300 - £400

Lot 287 Quantity of jeweller’s loose cut diamonds, including the largest brilliant cut stone of approx. 0.5ct, an oval cut stone of approx. 0.45ct, a pear cut stone of approx. 0.25ct and a brilliant cut stone of 0.25ct, the remainder smaller and weighing 2.5g £300 - £500 Lot 288 Assorted jeweller’s loose cut sapphires, various shades of blue, also a small quantity of pink sapphires, gross weight approx. 8.5g £80 - £120 Lot 289 Assorted jeweller’s loose cut emeralds and rubies, gross weight approx. 6.5g £80 - £120 Lot 290 Small quantity of loose cabochon cut opals, also three loose cabochon moonstones and three small loose cabochon jade stones £40 - £60 Lot 291 Jeweller’s loose cut semi-precious gemstones including garnets, amethyst, green amethyst, smoky quartz, citrine, blue topaz, pale blue topaz and green tourmaline (qty) £50 - £100 Lot 292 Omega Dynamic automatic stainless steel gent’s wristwatch, black 35mm dial with Arabic numerals, date aperture, centre sweep seconds hand, original stainless steel bracelet, with box Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £200 - £300

Lot 292 Lot 293 Single row of 47 golden colour cultured pearls, gold coloured magnetic snap fastening, length 48.5cm £50 - £80 Lot 294 18ct gold and diamond wedding ring, five small brilliant cut stones in a linear rub over setting, size M-N, gross weight approx. 3.6g £80 - £120

Lots 305, 293, 316, 330, 341, 352, 360, 373, 382, 389, 405 & 411



Lot 295 Diamond half eternity ring, set with seven small brilliant cut diamonds in 9ct gold, size N £70 - £100 Lot 296 Diamond cluster ring, having three rows of nine small brilliant cut diamonds, set in 9ct gold, size O £100 - £150 Lot 301 Lot 301 Edwardian ruby cluster ring, Chester 1907, the seven brilliant cut rubies claw mounted in a flowerhead design on a broad 18ct yellow gold band, size W, gross weight approx. 9.5g £300 - £450 Lot 302 Six stone diamond ring, the brilliant cut stones, each weighing approx. 0.20ct, channel set in a white metal ring, size J (this is seven stone setting with one stone deficient) £650 - £850

Lot 297 Lot 297 Victorian 18ct gold chronograph pocket watch, London 1884, the dial with Roman numerals and centre sweep seconds, 55mm diameter, the back plate with vacant cartouche, opening to an inner case cover, the keywind movement numbered 90752, gross weight approx. 138g Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £400 - £600

Lot 303 Victorian style diamond dress ring, set with 21 small brilliant cut diamonds in a fancy linear openwork design and further set with a tiny diamond to each openwork shoulder, on an 18ct white gold metal ring, size M, gross weight approx. 5.1g £400 - £600 Lot 304 9ct gold oval picture locket, the floral chased front 32mm across, suspended from a 9ct gold fancy chain link necklace, length 57cm, gross weight approx. 33.9g £300 - £400 Lot 305 Single row of 74 cultured freshwater pearls, 9ct gold clasp, length 51cm £40 - £60

Lot 298 Diamond heart form locket pendant, the locket pavé set with approximately 180 tiny brilliant cut diamonds, set in 18ct white gold £120 - £180 Lot 299 Opal and diamond pendant necklace, the irregular rectangular opal approx. 18mm x 11mm, suspended from a diamond set 18ct yellow gold mount on a fine 18ct chain link necklace £150 - £200 Lot 300 Continental 18ct gold plaited mesh bracelet, marked ‘750’, length 19cm, weight approx. 24.4g £450 - £500 Lots 306 & 307



Lots 311, 312 & 313 Lot 306 Omega Constellation Mega-Quartz gent’s stainless steel wristwatch, silvered 35mm dial with baton numerals, centre sweep seconds, day and date, in a tonneau shaped case with Constellation logo verso, on original Omega bracelet Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £300 - £500 Lot 307 Omega Chrono-Stop stainless steel gent’s automatic wristwatch, black 34mm dial with baton numerals, centre sweep seconds with full return, leather strap Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £200 - £400 Lot 308 Victorian diamond six stone ring, the graduated old brilliant cut stones in an 18ct yellow gold scrollwork setting, total diamond weight approx. 1ct, size L-M, gross weight approx. 3.1g £150 - £200 Lot 309 Pair of 14ct gold and jade ear clips, each with a jade tear form pebble on a rectangular gold frame, marked ‘14k’, gross weight approx. 3.8g £50 - £80

Lot 310 Sapphire and diamond three stone ring, the central brilliant cut sapphire flanked on either side with an illusion set small brilliant cut diamond, on an 18ct yellow gold ring, size K, also a nine stone sapphire and diamond half eternity ring, set in 18ct yellow gold, size K-L, gross weight approx. 6.5g (2) £150 - £200 Lot 311 Ruby, sapphire and diamond set dragonfly brooch, the body set with seven rubies, the thorax set with a sapphire, and with ruby eyes, the wings set with diamond chips and with sapphire and ruby tips, all in unmarked rose and white metal, 4.3cm diameter £150 - £200 Lot 312 Blue topaz pendant necklace, early 20th Century, the pendant of Persian inspired navette form centred with a brilliant cut light blue stone (untested), in an unmarked white metal scrolled mount, suspended beneath a smaller blue stone and an unmarked chain link necklace, the pendant 40mm x 16cm £100 - £150 Lot 313 14ct gold jade brooch, set with four jade ‘buds’ on intertwining gold stems, 3.5cm, marked ‘14k’, gross weight approx. 4.0g £100 - £150



Lots 317 - 321 Lot 314 9ct gold diamond set pendant and matching ear studs, all set with tiny brilliant cut stones in a diamond formation in yellow gold £50 - £80 Lot 315 Pair of ruby and pearl floral cluster ear studs, also a pair of black and white diamond floral cluster ear studs, a pair of diamond ear studs, a pair of malachite ear studs, and a pair of decorative paste set buckles (5 pairs) £40 - £60 Lot 316 Single strand of 73 cultured freshwater pearls, 9ct gold clasp, length 46cm £30 - £50 Lot 317 Diamond solitaire pendant, the brilliant cut stone approx. 0.54ct, set in a four claw yellow metal pendant mount £350 - £500 Lot 318 Diamond solitaire pendant, the brilliant cut stone approx. 0.46ct, set in a six claw yellow metal pendant mount £200 - £300

Lot 319 Attractive 9ct gold and diamond bracelet, eight flowerheads of four diamonds each joined by solid gold bar links, weight of diamonds approx. 1.6ct, length 18.5cm, gross weight approx. 11.6g £300 - £500 Lot 320 Diamond cross form pendant, set with 20 baguette cut diamonds centred with a princess cut diamond, all channel set in unmarked white metal, 31mm £150 - £250 Lot 321 Diamond cross form pendant, set with eleven brilliant cut diamonds in unmarked white metal, 40mm £120 - £180 Lot 322 Early Longines gent’s wristwatch, white enamelled 33mm dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and winder at 12 o’clock, the wirework lugs placed at 2-4 o’clock and 8-10 o’clock, the movement signed and numbered 3375721, on a leather strap Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £200 - £300



Lot 323 Lot 323 Vacheron & Constantin 18ct gold slimline pocket watch, circa 1993, model number 57101/000J-4, clean silvered 47mm dial with baton numerals, subsidiary seconds, crownwind, movement numbered 772316, gross weight approx. 69.5g, original leather box and pouch

Lot 326 Diamond five stone ring, the graduating brilliant cut stones set in an 18ct yellow gold open claw setting and ring, size O, gross weight approx. 3.7g £120 - £180

This watch had a complete service and polish by Vacheron & Constantin in 2010 at a cost of £1,151 Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £1800 - £2400 Lot 324 Diamond five stone ring, the graduating brilliant cut stones set in an 18ct yellow gold scrollwork mount and ring, size O, gross weight approx. 3.4g £120 - £180 Lot 325 Diamond five stone ring, the graduating brilliant cut stones set in a crossover white gold illusion setting on an 18ct yellow gold ring, size P, gross weight approx. 3.1g £80 - £120

Lots 327, 328 & 329 Lot 327 18ct gold emerald and diamond cluster ring, the central tear shaped emerald surrounded by twelve tiny brilliant cut diamonds, size O, also an 18ct gold ruby and diamond cluster ring, oval cut central ruby surrounded by 14 small brilliant cut diamonds, size N-O, gross weight approx. 7.1g (2) £250 - £350



Lot 328 Boodles tsavorite and diamond cluster ring, the central oval tsavorite of approx. 0.75ct, surrounded by 14 tiny brilliant cut diamonds, on an 18ct yellow gold ring, size M, gross weight approx. 3.5g £400 - £600 Lot 329 18ct gold tanzanite and diamond cluster ring, the central oval cut stone surrounded by 14 small brilliant cut diamonds, size N-O, gross weight approx. 3.6g £180 - £240 Lot 330 Single strand of 51 cultured freshwater pearls, 9ct gold ball clasp, length 46.5cm £40 - £60

Lots 335 - 340 Lot 335 Diamond solitaire ring, the brilliant cut stone of approx. 0.3ct in a platinum crossover ring, size M, gross weight approx. 5.3g £150 - £250 Lot 336 Diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut stone of approx. 0.75ct in a platinum claw mount and 18ct yellow gold ring, size H, gross weight approx. 3.3g £700 - £900 Lot 331 Lot 331 Victorian carved shell oval cameo brooch depicting Flora, her floral garlanded dress embellished with three small brilliant cut diamonds, mounted in a yellow metal chain form mount, 45mm across, in a Watherstone & Brogden, London, fitted box £150 - £200 Lot 332 Diamond and pearl bar brooch, centred with a cultured pearl flanked by two small brilliant cut diamonds, on an unmarked white metal blade, gross weight 2.5g, also an enamelled egg form pendant set with two red stones, 15mm (2) £80 - £120 Lot 333 Emerald and diamond cluster ring, set in 18ct white gold, with six round emeralds and 19 round brilliant cut diamonds, size N-O £600 - £900 Lot 334 9ct gold note clip, 4cm, also a yellow metal screw form pendant, weight approx. 7.3g (2) £50 - £80



Lot 337 Diamond solitaire ring, the brilliant cut stone approx. 0.25ct in a platinum claw mount and ring, size M, gross weight approx. 4.7g £120 - £180 Lot 338 Diamond solitaire ring, the brilliant cut stone approx. 0.5ct, in a claw setting on an 18ct yellow gold ring, size M, gross weight approx. 3.2g £300 - £400 Lot 339 Diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut stone approx. 0.6ct, on an 18ct white gold ring, size M, gross weight approx 3.3g £300 - £400 Lot 340 18ct white gold and diamond eternity ring, total diamond weight approx. 0.9ct, size M-N, gross weight approx. 2.7g £150 - £200 Lot 341 Akoya double strand of cultured pearls, 9ct gold, pearl and gem set clasp, in total 130 pearls, length 46cm £100 - £150

Lot 346 18ct white gold and diamond brooch, two brilliant cut stones of approx. 0.4ct each, set on a crossover white gold bar, marked 18ct, 4cm, gross weight approx. 3.7g £300 - £500

Lot 347

Lot 342 Lot 342 Omega Seamaster Chrono-Quartz gent’s stainless steel wristwatch, model ST3960839, circa 1976, produced to commemorate the Montreal Olympic Games, quartz chronograph movement, with date, the back plate with Seamaster and Olympic Games logos, original steel bracelet, 46mm, with box, outer card box, and instructions Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £1000 - £1500 Lot 343 Diamond cluster ring, 19 small brilliant cut stones set in a tiered design, on 18ct yellow gold leaf shoulders and ridged finish ring, size N-O, gross weight approx. 6.5g £250 - £350 Lot 344 George III memento stick pin ‘Love and Friendship’ , also three Victorian stick pins including a cabochon garnet and pearl set stick pin, an organic form stick pin and a freshwater pearl set stick pin (4) £120 - £180 Lot 345 9ct gold fancy gatelink bracelet, with heart shaped locket and safety chain, length 19cm, weight approx. 16.1g £150 - £200

Lot 347 Victorian garnet and yellow metal brooch, circa 1880, three different shaped cabochon stones set in a chased floral mount, 4.8cm, hair receptacle to the reverse, unmarked, in an E Thompson, Carlisle, fitted box £200 - £300 Lot 348 18ct gold curb link watch chain, with swivel fastener, 50cm, weight approx. 17.6g £350 - £450 Lot 349 Cabochon sapphire stone ring, the oval stone approx. 18mm x 13mm, in an unmarked yellow metal open claw setting and ring, size M, gross weight approx. 7.8g £100 - £150 Lot 350 Two 9ct gold guard chains, one continuous, the other with fastener and swivel fastener, lengths 74cm and 64cm respectively, weight approx. 40g £350 - £400 Lot 351 Yellow metal mounted spinach jade pendant, the jade of paddle form, length 5.5cm, in an unmarked floral chased pendant mount, on a 9ct yellow gold flattened curb link necklace, length 49cm, weight of chain approx. 6.6g £140 - £180 Lot 352 Single strand of 45 cultured freshwater pearls, alternating pink and white pearls of irregular shape, silver ball clasp, length 44.5cm £40 - £60



Lot 356 Late Victorian silver pocket watch by John Forrest of London, ‘Chronometer Maker to the Admiralty’, hallmarked Chester 1899, white enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds, keywind movement, 52mm diameter Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £120 - £180

Lot 353 Lot 353 Pair of jadeite pendant earrings, circa 1910-30, retailed by Johnson Walker & Tolhurst, Conduit Street, London, slender pear cut stones of mint green colour suspended from a fine white metal chain beneath a single brilliant cut diamond, the jade 30mm x 10mm, the drop 52mm £500 - £700

Lot 357

Lot 354 Diamond cluster ring, eight old brilliant cut stones collet set in a flowerhead design mounted in 18ct yellow gold, total weight of diamonds approx. 1ct, size L-M, gross weight approx. 2.5g £300 - £500

Lot 357 George III silver pair cased pocket watch, by Thomas King, Newport, Isle of Wight, the case hallmarked London 1813, with white enamelled dial, verge movement with foliate engraved back plate, signed, the dial 45mm diameter

Lot 355 Diamond five stone ring, the brilliant cut graduated stones set in platinum on an 18ct yellow gold ring, size L-M, also a diamond and emerald five stone ring, set with three brilliant cut diamonds and two brilliant cut emeralds, set in claw mounts on a 14ct yellow gold ring, size O-P, gross weight approx. 4.7g (2) £100 - £150

Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £200 - £300 Lot 358 9ct gold chain link necklace, length 61cm, weight approx. 16.4g £150 - £250 Lot 359 Gent’s sapphire signet ring, cushion cut stone set within 14ct gold, size V, gross weight approx. 9.2g £100 - £150 Lot 360 Single strand of 45 cultured freshwater pearls, multi-coloured hues, 9ct gold ball clasp, length £50 - £80

Lots 356 & 357



Lot 363 Art Nouveau style sapphire and diamond pendant, set with a central tear shaped sapphire suspended from seven oval sapphire ‘flowerbuds’ interspersed between tiny diamond set and yellow metal fronds, with ring attachments for a necklace, unmarked, gross weight approx. 7.9g £250 - £350

Lots 361 & 362 Lot 361 Diamond cluster ring, seven brilliant cut stones in a flowerhead design in a white gold claw mount and 18ct yellow gold ring, size N, gross weight approx. 4.7g £600 - £800 Lot 362 Emerald and diamond cluster ring, set with three round emeralds, each set as a cluster surrounded with small brilliant cut diamonds, on a white metal ring (marks rubbed), size J, gross weight approx. 3.3g £280 - £340

Lot 364 Large ruby cluster pendant on chain, 19 oval cut stones of approx. 0.5-0.8ct each, set in a curvilinear design, 4cm diameter, mounted in unmarked yellow metal on a chain link necklace £400 - £600 Lot 365 Art Deco style sapphire and diamond pendant necklace, set with 28 square cut sapphires and 25 tiny brilliant cut diamonds in a shallow ‘V’ and drop formation, all mounted in 18ct yellow gold on a chain link necklace, marked ‘750’, gross weight approx. 11.8g £300 - £500 Lot 366 14ct gold fringe necklace, fine textured satin finish, gross weight approx. 37.3g £400 - £600

Lots 363, 364 & 365



Lots 368 - 372 Lot 367 Red coral necklace, circa 1910-20

£20 - £40

Lot 368 Heavy 9ct gold graduated curb link double watch albert, with T-bar, length 41cm, weight approx. 44g £400 - £500 Lot 369 Waltham 9ct gold hunter pocket watch, Birmingham 1925, plain outer case, signed white enamelled dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds, signed crownwind movement, 50mm diameter, gross weight approx. 97.2g Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £150 - £200 Lot 370 Swiss 14ct gold lady’s fob watch, floral chased case, gold coloured floral chased dial with Roman numerals, keywind movement, 34mm diameter, gross weight approx. 31.9g £120 - £180



Lot 371 9ct gold graduated curb link double watch albert, with T-bar and 9ct gold shield bowling fob, length 42cm, weight approx. 35g £300 - £400 Lot 372 Edwardian 18ct gold pocket watch, London import marks for 1908, white dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, crownwind movement, unsigned, 45mm diameter, gross weight approx. 66.7g Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £400 - £600 Lot 373 Single strand of 41 cultured freshwater pearls, magnetic silver fastener, length 48.5cm £30 - £50

Lot 380 9ct gold gatelink bracelet, with heart shaped locket and safety chain, gross weight 14.8g £120 - £160

Lot 374 Lot 374 Diamond cluster ring, centred with three old brilliant cut stones, the largest approx. 0.25ct and bordered in an oval with 14 further old brilliant cut stones, and a further one at each shoulder, set in 18ct yellow gold, size L, weight approx. 4.4g £800 - £1200 Lot 375 Jadeite beaded necklace, having 106 similar sized beads of 10mm diameter, varying slightly in colour from celadon to apple green £200 - £300

Lot 381 American 14ct gold two colour tourmaline line bracelet, set alternately with twelve green and twelve pink stones, length 19cm, gross weight approx. 7.2g £200 - £300 Lot 382 Akoya single strand of 54 cultured pearls, diamond set 14k yellow gold clasp, length 45.5cm £120 - £180

Lot 376 Diamond stick pin, brilliant cut stone of approx. 0.7ct, set in a white metal claw mount, on a yellow metal pin £200 - £300 Lot 377 Diamond set stick pin, set with nine small brilliants, in a white tooled metal lozenge and unmarked white metal pin, also a pearl stick pin in unmarked yellow metal and a pearl hat pin (3) £80 - £120 Lot 378 Diamond and garnet flower brooch, small brilliant cut diamond bordered with six pear cut garnets set in unmarked yellow metal and with two marquise cut garnets forming leaves, 45mm £100 - £150

Lot 379 Lot 379 Diamond and tanzanite cluster ring, in Art Deco style, cushion cut tanzanite of approx. 3cts bordered with small brilliants in 14ct white gold millegrain setting, on a split shank set with further small brilliants, ring size P, gross weight approx. 8.4g £1500 - £2000

Lots 383, 384 & 385 Lot 383 14ct gold pearl spray brooch, set with 29 graduating pearls on gold stems and tied with a ribbon, 6.5cm, marked 14k, also a similar pair of pearl ‘posy’ ear clips (3) £200 - £300 Lot 384 Pair of Continental 18ct gold pearl and tourmaline earrings, each set with a cabochon tourmaline over a halved pearl, 10mm diameter, collet set in 18ct yellow gold, gross weight approx. 22.3g £400 - £600 Lot 385 14ct gold brooch, in a floral design set with a single pearl and two small ruby ‘flowers’, marked ‘14k’, also a pair of pearl and ruby floral ear clips, also marked ‘14k’ (3) £200 - £300 Lot 386 Tanzanite pendant, the oval stone of approx. 0.75ct claw set and mounted on an 18ct white gold chain, gross weight approx. 3.6g £150 - £200



Lot 391 Emerald and diamond cluster ring, the central emerald bordered with ten small brilliant cut diamonds in a white metal claw mount on an unmarked yellow metal ring, size L £400 - £600 Lot 392 Diamond cluster ring, set with seven small brilliant cut diamonds in a constellation setting in 14ct yellow gold, size H, gross weight approx. 6.7g £200 - £300

Lot 387 Lot 387 Rolex 18ct gold Oyster Perpetual chronometer gent’s wristwatch, white dial with Roman numerals, centre sweep second, milled bezel, on a leather strap, number 1166331 (no box or papers) Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £1800 - £2400 Lot 388 Longines lady’s manual wristwatch, 20mm dial with Arabic numerals, on a later 9ct gold bracelet, gross weight approx. 18.2g Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £200 - £400 Lot 389 Single strand of 41 cultured freshwater pearls, interspersed with 9ct yellow gold spacers, 9ct gold clasp, length approx. 44cm £40 - £60 Lot 390 Single strand of 47 golden colour cultured freshwater pearls, magnetic fastener, length 47cm £50 - £80



Lot 393 Lot 393 Victorian yellow metal and gem set suite comprising quatrefoil form brooch decorated with applied beadwork, pearls and emeralds, and a pair of matching pendant earrings embellished with articulated fringes, original fitted case £300 - £500 Lot 394 10ct flattened chain link necklace, length 60cm, weight approx. 10.8g £100 - £200 Lot 395 Diamond marquise cluster ring, set with 15 small brilliant cut diamonds in a claw mount on an unmarked yellow metal ring, size J £300 - £500 Lot 396 Opal dress ring, cabochon opal set within 9ct gold, size I £70 - £100

Lot 397 Diamond three stone ring, three old brilliant cut stones of similar size, total weight approx. 0.6ct, set in platinum and 18ct yellow gold, size G-H £120 - £180

Lot 403 Nephrite necklace, the bar and bead links mounted in base metal, length 70cm £20 - £40 Lot 404 Swiss 18ct gold cased lady’s wristwatch, circa 1930-50, rectangular dial with Arabic numerals, manual wind movement, broad rectangular lugs, mounted on a later gold plated bracelet, the watch 34mm in length Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £80 - £120 Lot 405 Single strand of 57 cultured freshwater pearls, magnetic fastener, length 45cm £40 - £60

Lot 398, 402 & 406 Lot 398 Omega stainless steel gent’s manual wristwatch, champagne coloured 32mm dial with baton numerals, centre sweep seconds, date, on simulated snakeskin strap Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £100 - £150

Lot 406 Omega Seamaster stainless steel quartz wristwatch, silvered 33mm dial, centre sweep seconds, baton numerals, day and date, on a leather strap Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £100 - £150 Lot 407 Bunch of grapes opal brooch, set with 15 cabochon opals set in unmarked yellow metal, 52mm £80 - £120

Lot 399 18ct white gold wedding ring and a 9ct gold wedding ring (2) £30 - £40 Lot 400 Lady’s 9ct gold Favre-Leuba manual bracelet wristwatch, gross weight approx. 13.5g Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £100 - £150 Lot 401 Pair of jadeite earrings set in 14ct gold, also a pair of opal earrings set in 9ct gold and a single diamond and emerald cluster earring, gross weight approx. 6.6g (5) £80 - £120 Lot 402 Omega 9ct gold Automatic De Ville gent’s wristwatch, champagne coloured 32mm dial with baton numerals, date aperture, centre sweep seconds, on a leather strap Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £400 - £600

Lot 408 Lot 408 Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air King Date gent’s automatic wristwatch, circa 1956, stainless steel case, the dial with gilt batons and black centre sweep seconds hand, no. 514649, original Oyster bracelet Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £1200 - £1800



Lots 409 & 410 Lot 409 9ct gold charm bracelet, the curb link bracelet with heart shaped locket and safety chain and supporting sixteen 9ct gold charms, gross weight approx. 56.3g £500 - £700

Lot 410 9ct gold charm bracelet, the curb link bracelet with heart shaped locket and safety chain, and supporting eleven 9ct gold charms and four further charms, gross weight approx. 49.7g £400 - £500 Lot 411 Single strand of 37 cultured grey freshwater pearls, length 45.5cm £40 - £60



Objets d’Art

Lot 423 Native American Indian carved wooden war club, possibly Blackfoot, late 19th Century, the heavy ball terminal on a shaft with tapered column and handle with flared terminal, mid brown patination, with inked collector’s label, 39cm £120 - £180 Lot 424 Native American Indian baby’s rattle, possibly Tsimshian (British Columbia), formed from a bladder, with hair adornment, old collector’s label, 23cm £50 - £80 Lot 420 Lot 420 Native North American Indian carved elk club, late 19th/first quarter 20th Century, possibly Tsimshian (British Columbia), worked with a beaver carved in low relief, the tail virtually worn away, 42cm £100 - £200

Lot 425 Fijian stone head war club ‘Ulah Kitu’, early 20th Century, with crocodile skin covered handle, 37cm £50 - £80 Lot 426 Pair of French brass candlesticks in the Empire style, 20cm £100 - £150 Lot 427 Monogrammist A.J, possibly Alfred Jacquemart (1824-96), Over the hedge, huntsman on horseback, bronze, mid brown patina, initialled to the base, on a circular scagliola plinth, height 25cm £50 - £100

Lots 421 - 424 Lot 421 Native American Indian headdress, late 19th Century, possibly Tsimshian (British Columbia), formed from a crown of 23 bear claws and with a porcupine quill crest, with old collector’s label, 20cm diameter Similar to an example in the Penn Museum, Louis Shotridge Collection £100 - £150 Lot 422 Native North American Indian headdress, first quarter 20th Century, possibly Tsimshian (British Columbia), formed as a wooden skull cap supporting a ring of carved wooden claws simulating bear claws, painted black and red, and with a straw coated bent wooden rim, old inked collector’s label, 22cm £100 - £150



Lots 428 - 430 Lot 428 Austrian cold painted bronze stag pen wipe, circa 1900, stamped ‘Geschutzt’, height 20cm £250 - £400 Lot 429 Austrian wild boar bronze pen wipe, circa 1900-10, partly cold painted with brown patination, replaced pen wipe to its back, 21cm £100 - £150 Lot 430 Austrian cold painted bronze fox and duck pin cushion, marked ‘Geschutzt’, 19cm £400 - £600

Lots 433 - 435 Lot 431 Victorian brass and silver plated two tier comport, in the manner of Elkington, circa 1875, the stand supporting two frosted dishes with Grecian key border, with brass baluster columns with scrolled bracket supports supporting chain garlands over a triform base, embellished with three plated swans over scalloped feet, height 44cm £80 - £120 Lot 432 Chinese carved soapstone of a laughing Buddha, with boy attendants, celadon green coloured on a variegated base, height 23.5cm £40 - £60

Lot 433 Modern figural table lamp in the Art Deco style, worked as a nude female juggling a ball on her feet, bronzed finish with opaque glass shade, mounted on an onyx base, fitted for electricity, 46cm £80 - £120 Lot 434 French bronzed spelter figural table lamp, circa 1920-30, formed as a semi-naked dancer supporting a milk glass shade, raised on a brown marble socle, height 58cm £300 - £400 Lot 435 Art Deco bronzed spelter figural table lamp (shade deficient), mounted on a circular marble base, height 42cm £40 - £60



Lot 436 Victorian painted rosewood wheel barometer, by W N Telford, Chester, circa 1870, painted throughout with floral sprays and with silvered humidity dial, thermometer, main dial and spirit level, 106cm £150 - £225

Lots 438 & 439 Lot 438 French bronzed spelter lizard and abalone shell dish, circa 1920, 26cm £100 - £150 Lot 439 Austrian cold painted bronze of a lizard, circa 1900, naturalistically decorated, stamped with a ‘fleur-de-lys’ and ‘Austria’, 7cm £200 - £300

Lot 437 Lot 437 Edwardian mahogany compendium, originally purchased from Mountforts, Birmingham, the box opening to reveal folding chess board inside the lid, chess pieces, cribbage board, draughts, counters, lead diecast racing figures, dice etc, 33cm x 22.5cm £150 - £250

Lot 440 Pair of Japanese bronze vases, Taisho (1912-26), twin handled ovoid form worked with quail amidst chrysanthemum, 26cm £100 - £150 Lot 441 Japanese bronze plaque, late Meiji/Taisho (18681926), worked with figures at the foot of a waterfall in incised and relied decoration, character marks verso, 36cm diameter £40 - £60

Lots 440 - 443



Lot 442 Japanese bronze jar, late Meiji (1868-1912), ovoid form embellished at the shoulders with fruiting vines against a stippled ground, signed, height 26.5cm £300 - £500 Lot 443 Pair of Japanese bronze vases, late Meiji (18681912), cast with sparrows amidst branches on a tapered cylinder body, with lappet roundels at the waisted neck, height 30cm £150 - £200

Lot 446 Edwardian brass magazine stand, raised on triform base with three paw feet, height 82cm, width 41cm £40 - £60 Lot 447 Chinese brass mounted wooden box, with bat form carrying handle, opening to reveal a four sectioned interior, 12.5cm £20 - £40

Lot 444 Brass officer’s cap form snuff box, containing a small number of military badges including ASC, the box 8cm diameter £30 - £50

Lots 448 & 449 Lot 448 Two heavy copper pans, each with a brass handle, 18cm diameter, also two Portuguese lidded twin handled pans, height 17.5cm and 12cm (4) £30 - £50 Lot 449 Good Victorian brass footman, with cabriole front legs and paw feet, width 43cm £70 - £100 Lot 445 Lot 445 Josef Lorenzl (1892-1950), Dancer, circa 1925, cold painted bronze, signed, mounted on a stepped grey marble base, height 19.5cm £400 - £600

Lot 450 Japanese carved wooden and wire inlaid group of a figure riding a water buffalo, height 25.5cm £60 - £100



Lot 453 Indian carved sandalwood box, circa 1900, profusely carved throughout with scrolling foliage, the lid carved with figures, 21.5cm £60 - £100 Lot 454 French gilded spelter mantel clock, circa 1900, surmounted with a foliate urn over a porcelain dial with Roman numerals and painted with flowers, bordered with green, the movement striking on a bell, flanked with foliate scroll brackets with further porcelain insets, over a base raised on fruiting scroll feet, height 38cm £200 - £300

Lot 451 Lot 451 Victorian brass bound oak coal bucket, with liner and swing handle, height 30cm £50 - £80 Lot 452 Indonesian carved wooden bust of a young man wearing a headdress, good mid brown patination, height 26cm £40 - £60

Lot 455 French gilt ormolu and white marble mantel clock, circa 1900, surmounted with an urn finial over a white enamelled dial painted with floral garlands, flanked on either side with gilt scroll brackets, the movement striking on a bell, over a base with ormolu embellishments and beaded feet, height 31cm £120 - £180 Lot 456 Continental carved boxwood page turner, carved in the form of a dolphin, 26cm, also a carved walnut snuff box, 7cm, and an African carved wooden figure, 13cm (3) £60 - £80

Lots 454 & 455



Lot 458 Lot 457 Cantonese carved boxwood calling card case, late 19th Century, carved with figures amidst buildings, 11.5cm x 7.5cm £20 - £40 Lot 458 Japanese carved bone mounted Tanto, Taisho (1912-26), the hilt and scabbard carved with Immortals and dragons, 46cm, mounted on a carved wooden prunus blossom stand £80 - £120 Lot 459 Japanese bone handled Tanto, Taisho (1912-26), the hilt carved with figures, black lacquered scabbard, length 32cm £80 - £120

Lot 461 Osiris pewter bowl, quatrefoil form with four handles, cast with stylised anthemion, 24cm £70 - £100 Lot 462 German pewter tray in the style of WMF, embossed with reclining ondines within a classical landscape, 36cm £40 - £60 Lot 463 Pair of Japanese champleve enamelled brass vases, 20th Century, twin handled serpentine ovoid form worked with a band of chrysanthemum and enamelled in colours, height 31cm £50 - £100

Lot 460 Cantonese enamelled spice container, late 19th Century, of two sections in cylinder form, decorated with figures in colours, height 9cm £120 - £180

Lot 464

Lots 461 & 462

Lot 464 Late Victorian or Edwardian brass microscope, rack and pinion focusing, contained within original carrying case, the case 23.5cm £120 - £180



Lot 465 Victorian mahogany travelling chess set by Feltham of London, with stained bone chess pieces (1 replaced), contained within a folding mahogany case, 15.5cm, also a hand made small chess set with boxwood and ebony pieces, contained within a box with a sliding lid (2) £50 - £100

Lots 466 & 467 Lot 466 Austrian cold painted bronze, Arab at prayer, height 10cm £300 - £500 Lot 467 Austrian cold painted bronze group, an Arab scholar seated on a rug with a table and wine ewer at his side forming an inkwell, painted bronze on a variegated marble base, 15cm £800 - £1200 Lot 468 Coca Cola promotional musical lighter ‘Deluxe Bluebird’, with original box and four plastic miniature coke bottle lighters, also a Fanta advertising Howard lighter, original box, and an Ippagas lighter, boxed (7) £180 - £240

Lot 469

Lot 469 Austrian or French cold painted bronze of an Arab tribesman, circa 1920, cast in traditional costume with jezail strapped to his back and carrying a dead antelope across his shoulders, mounted on a scagliola marble plinth, height 31.5cm £1200 - £1800 Lot 470 Japanese clockwork walking bear, labelled ‘Made in Occupied Japan’, 12cm £200 - £300 Lot 471 KKW novelty camera lighter ‘The Photo-Flash’, original box, 6cm £40 - £60



Lots 472 & 473 Lot 472 Victorian Tower type percussion pistol, with brass finger guard, butt mount and original ramrod, 39cm £80 - £120

Lot 473 Victorian percussion pocket pistol, octagonal barrel, centred hammer, 19cm £50 - £80 Lot 474 Japanese tinplate clockwork tricycle toy ‘Cycling Mary No. 1’, disintegrated box, 10cm £60 - £100

Lot 478 Dominique Alonzo (late 19th Century), three sparrows on a horseshoe, bronze and nickel plated desk ornament, signed, 14cm £300 - £500 Lot 479 Austrian cold painted bronze of a pair of courting doves, 7cm £120 - £180 Lot 480 French enamelled scent bottle case, circa 1800, vertilinear decoration, hinged, with original scent bottle inside, 5.5cm £50 - £70

Lots 475 & 476 Lot 475 German Luftwaffe first pattern dress dagger, leather and wire grip with gold coloured swastika pommel, 30.5cm double edged blade by E & F Horster, Solingen, blue textured leather scabbard with satin finish and polished mounts, aluminium chain and leather belt loop, in excellent overall condition £150 - £250 Lot 476 German Hitler Youth knife, post 1938 example of the 1933 pattern knife, the blade stamped ‘RZM’ and ‘M7/C’, by H & F Lautergung, Solingen, black chequered grip with red and white enamelled swastika inset badge, original scabbard, with black finish, and leather belt loop, 24.5cm £150 - £250

Lot 481 Lot 481 Chinese carved ivory figure of Hotei, late 19th Century, on a carved wooden stand, 6cm, also a Chinese carved ivory figure of a Chinese Immortal, 10.5cm, mounted on a wooden base (2) £60 - £100

Lots 477 - 479

Lots 482 & 483

Lot 477 Austrian cold painted bronze of a pair of fantail pigeons, 7cm £100 - £150

Lot 482 Austrian bronze eagle, circa 1900, cast with wings spread, mid brown patination, 13cm £200 - £300



Lots 486 - 488 Lot 483 Austrian cold painted bronze of an eagle’s talon, circa 1900, 12cm £180 - £240

Lot 490 Chinese miniature carved nut pendant, carved as a monkey family group mounted on a brass disc base, 3cm £50 - £70

Lot 484 Black Forest souvenir inkwell, circa 1900, the carved limewood bear chained to a spherical glass inkwell, 12cm £50 - £80 Lot 485 North African wooden ‘pestle and mortar’, the bowl with incised geometric decoration and with an applied aluminium rim, turned wooden pestle, the mortar 21cm diameter £40 - £60 Lot 486 Jean Jules Henry Geoffroy (1853-1924), snarling panther, bronze, brown green patination, height 19.5cm £200 - £300 Lot 487 French bronze and glass desk ornament, circa 1920, worked as a bear cub attempting to climb a glacier, height 15cm £250 - £350 Lot 488 Emmanuel Fremiet (1824-1910), ‘Chien a l’affut’, patinated bronze, signed, 19cm £200 - £300 Lot 489 Boxing interest: Heredities limited edition sculpture of Henry Cooper, bronze coloured finish, mounted on a slate base, with certificate, numbered 33/350, height 50cm £300 - £500



Lot 491 Lot 491 1930s wooden sailing boat table lamp, height 55cm £50 - £80

Lot 492 Japanese carved ivory netsuke, late Meiji (18681912), carved as a man travelling on the back of a large carp, signed, 3.5cm, also another netsuke, carved as a fisherman, signed, 5cm (2) £80 - £120 Lot 493 Marine ivory walking cane, carved at the top in the form of an eagle’s claw clutching an egg, brass capped and turned stem, 92cm £50 - £80 Lot 494 Amadeo Gennarelli (1881-1943), ‘Mineur a la Pelle’, bronze with green patination, signed, height 54cm, length 67cm £1800 - £2400

Lot 495 ‘Dresses from the Collection of Diana, Princess of Wales’ Messrs Christie’s Charitable Auction Catalogue, published 1997, also Katherine Walker’s autobiography ‘Private Couturier to Diana, Princess of Wales’, and Charlotte Seeling’s ‘Fashion - A Century of the Designer’ (3 Vols) £50 - £80 Lot 496 ‘’The Works of Alexander Pope’’ by Joseph Warton, New Edition, printed London 1822, nine volumes, tooled calf leather bindings and rebound tooled gilt spines (9) £50 - £100

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Lot 497 Lot 497 Lacquered brass 3’’ refracting telescope by R B Bate, No. 21 Poultry, London, early 19th Century, 42’’ tube and stand, signed around the eyepiece, with rack and pinion focusing and supporting adjustable bracket, over a folding tripod, with additional eyepieces, and additional mahogany tripod, original mahogany box with maker’s paper label £300 - £500 Lot 498 ‘’In Darkest Africa’’ by H M Stanley, published in two volumes, 1890, also Churchill’s ‘’London to Ladysmith’’, published Longmans, 1900 (3 Vols) £30 - £50 Lot 499 Arts and Crafts period brass spirit kettle on stand, circa 1905, the kettle decorated with daisies and supported on a scrolled bracket and triform base, height 90cm £80 - £120 Lot 500 ‘’The Works of Joseph Conrad’’, uniform edition, published Dent, 1923, tooled calf leather spines, ten volumes £50 - £100

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Lot 503 Mah-jongg set, circa 1930-60, having bone and bamboo pieces contained within a nickel mounted leather carrying case £30 - £50

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Lot 504 Lot 504 Pair of Japanese cloisonné vases, late Meiji (1868-1912), decorated with quail amidst campanula in colours against a black ground, height 24.5cm £80 - £120

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Lot 505 Black Morocco leather stationary box, early 20th Century, with nickel plated recessed carrying handle to a hinged cover, opening to reveal comparted interior, and fall front writing slope with slide out pen tray, with key, 31cm x 23cm £30 - £50

Lot 501 Chinese cloisonné archaistic ritual wine vessel (Jue), 18th or 19th Century, following the traditional designs of Shang Dynasty bronzes, the bowl of U-shape with gilt bronze dragon handle emerging from clouds, the body decorated with masks of mythical beasts against a turquoise ground and lappet rim, raised on three gilt bronze feet emerging from the mouths of beasts, height 11cm £300 - £500 Lot 502 Reproduction brass lantern style mantel clock, 20th Century, made in the traditional 17th Century style, the dial inscribed with a fictitious maker’s name, spring movement signed J E, England, striking on a bell cradled above, height 39cm £40 - £60

Lots 506, 507 & 508 Lot 506 Austrian cold painted bronze kingfisher, circa 1900, 10cm £250 - £350



Lot 507 Parisian cold painted bronze of a mouse with a walnut shell, circa 1900, the base marked ‘Patrouilleau Bronzes, Paris’, length 11cm £250 - £350 Lot 508 Austrian cold painted bronze squirrel, circa 1900, 8.5cm £200 - £400 Lot 509 Bronze sculpture of a golfer, late 20th Century, the golfer cast wearing plus-fours with a bag of clubs on his back, mounted on a black marble base, height 19cm £200 - £300

Lot 513 Lot 513 Late Regency rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid tea caddy, circa 1820, sarcophagus form opening to a twin lidded caddy interior with later turned wooden mixing bowl, ring handles to the sides and raised on squat bun feet, 36cm £250 - £400 Lot 514 Florentine style cast bronze ornamental urn, cast with cherubs beneath fruiting vines, the handle surmounted with a Bacchanalian cherub, height 66cm £100 - £150 Lot 515 Jaeger Le Coultre metal stirrup form clock, 16 jewelled keywind movement numbered 3215006, original box, 15.5cm £400 - £600

Lot 510 Lot 510 Victorian burr walnut stationery and writing box, the back having a lift up lid with sections inside and calendar apertures to the front, over an inkstand base with cut glass inkwells, and a pullout drawer to the base, 35.5cm £150 - £250 Lot 511 C Kauba, naked dancer, polished bronze figure, signed, mounted on a schist marble base, height 21cm £400 - £600 Lot 512 Victorian polished cast iron fender in French taste, serpentine form with scrolled ends and pull out chenets, width 113cm £120 - £180



Lot 516 Lot 516 Boer War commemorative wooden stool, constructed of pine and decorated throughout with various transfers representing elements of the various battles, 44cm £50 - £80

Lot 517 Victorian gross-point needlework tapestry by Blanchflower, dated 1870, worked with a biblical scene, within a birds eye maple frame, 83cm x 68cm £40 - £60 Lot 518 French gilt ormolu and porcelain comport, circa 1890, square base with dolphin supports mounted with a Sèvres style floral decorated porcelain plate with bleu celeste ground, and a cast foliate border, 23cm diameter £140 - £160

Lot 521 Belmont painted cast iron person scales, with white enamelled dial and fall front mirror to enable reading, 24cm £20 - £40 Lot 522 Variegated grey marble sphere on stand, 13cm diameter £30 - £40 Lot 523 Tooled leather stationery box, 31cm

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Lot 524 Lots 519 & 520 Lot 519 Josef Lorenzl (1892-1950), Deco beauty leaning against a pillar, painted spelter match striker, signed to the base and on the underside ‘Made in Austria’, height 20cm £120 - £180 Lot 520 Enzo Plazzotta, Girl standing in a bath robe, bronze, numbered 9/9, rich brown patina, mounted on a black marble base, height 24.5cm £500 - £800

Lot 524 French bronzed spelter group of seagulls in flight, circa 1920-30, the birds with mid brown patination, mounted on a stepped marble base, 28cm £200 - £300 Lot 525 Pewter charger, early 18th Century, 51cm diameter, also a pewter tureen and cover, twin carrying handles, and a small 18th Century pot bellied jug, 10cm (3) £100 - £150



Lot 526 Franz Xavier Bergmann (1861-1936), Bedouin tribesman on horseback, cold painted bronze, stamped with a vase mark and ‘Geschutzt’, height 17.5cm £800 - £1200

Lot 527 Pair of brass candlesticks, 18th Century, multi-knopped stems over a wrythen base, height 23cm £100 - £150

Lot 528 Paul D’Aire (active 1890-1910), ‘Vieille Femme a la Canne’ green patinated bronze and ivory, signed, 16cm £300 - £500

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Lot 529 Indian brass spice container, the hinged cover with carrying handle and worked with a border of wild animals, the waisted sides similarly decorated, 24cm diameter £100 - £150

Lot 530 Franz Xavier Bergmann (1861-1936), Orange merchant, cold painted bronze, stamped with a vase mark and ‘Geschutzt’, height 29cm £1500 - £2500

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Lots 531 & 532 Lot 531 Franz Xavier Bergmann (1861-1936), Blackamoor in traditional costume, cold painted bronze, stamped with a vase mark, height 23.5cm £700 - £1000 Lot 532 Franz Xavier Bergmann (1861-1936), Nubian slave walking panthers, cold painted bronze group, stamped with a vase mark and further stamped ‘Geschutzt’, height 21cm £700 - £1000 Lot 533 Pair of Victorian brass horse door stops, 31cm £100 - £150 Lot 534 Bronze sculpture of an Inuit hunter, 20th Century, finely detailed, the hunter, on skis and with a spear in his right hand, mounted on a white marble plinth base, rich brown patination, height of the figure 17cm, total height 22cm £200 - £300 Lot 534



Lot 535 Pair of decorative cast iron door stops, cast as Mr Punch and Long John Silver, painted in colours, height 30cm £120 - £180 Lot 536 Painted cast iron Collie dog door stop, 32cm £150 - £180

Lot 540 Japanese bronze crayfish table ornament, Taisho (1912-1926), 22cm, also a Japanese brass ornament cast as a crane standing on the back of a turtle (originally a candlestick), height 21cm (2) £30 - £50 Lot 541 Japanese bronze crab, late Meiji/early Taisho (1868-1926), the crab with articulated limbs and claws, mid brown patination, 20cm £400 - £600 Lot 542 Chinese black tea brick, 20th Century, 24cm x 19cm £150 - £200

Lot 537 Lot 537 Limited edition bronze sculpture of a red deer stag, modelled bellowing, rich brown patina, signed with a monogram, numbered 5/9, height 40cm £400 - £600

Lot 543

Lot 538 Pair of Victorian brass door porters, with ring handles and flared base, height 24cm £50 - £80 Lot 539 Ox horn powder flask, probably Scottish, 19th Century, 36cm £50 - £80

Lot 543 (detail) Lot 543 Chinese bronze covered censer, 19th Century or earlier,squat form with lobed cover, decorated with splash gilt, cast with an archaic mark to the base, 16cm diameter £500 - £800 Lot 544 Oak bible box, early 18th Century, incised decoration to the front, 41cm £70 - £100

Lots 540 (part) & 541

Lot 545 Japanese Shibayama panel, Taisho (1912-26), inlaid with birds amidst prunus branches within a keyed border, signed, 83cm x 45cm £80 - £120



Lot 548 Pair of Austrian cold painted bronze pot bellied pigs, circa 1900, 9.5cm £250 - £350 Lot 549 Austrian cold painted bronze of a pot bellied boar, circa 1900, 12cm £200 - £300

Lot 546 Lot 546 Victorian brass and cranberry glass pedestal oil lamp, the frosted and etched cranberry glass shade over a pink shaded and moulded and partly gilded tank, supported on a Corinthian column base, height with chimney 78cm £200 - £400 Lot 547 Victorian mahogany purdonium, traditional form with a patent folding handle and opening door mechanism, with shovel, 34cm £50 - £80

Lots 550 & 551 Lot 550 Japanese bronze Bijin table lamp, Taisho (19121926), the figure in full kimono, cast with a dog at her feet, mid brown patina, height 60cm £300 - £400 Lot 551 Chinese carved hardwood figure of Guanyin, inlaid throughout with silver wirework, height 69cm £150 - £200

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Lot 552 Carved stone relief, possibly Latin American, carved with a profile of a conquistador, 15cm x 10cm £100 - £150

Lots 553 & 554

Lot 553 Pair of French spelter figural table lamps after Guillemin, early 20th Century, each modelled as a classical maiden holding a frosted torch shade aloft and titled ‘Le Message’ and ‘Ondine’, fitted for electricity, height 62cm £100 - £150

Lot 554 Bronze sculpture of a maiden holding aloft a vase, late 20th Century, mounted on a black polished slate base, 64cm £150 - £200



Lots 555 - 557

Lot 555 Japanese bronze sculpture of a rat, late Meiji/Taisho (1868-1926), realistically cast with dark patination, signed to the base, 15cm £500 - £800 Lot 556 Japanese bronze sculpture of a rat with a fruit, Meiji (1868-1912), realistically cast and detailed with fur, signed to the base, dark brown patination, height 12cm £800 - £1200 Lot 557 Japanese bronze teapot, Meiji (1868-1912), formed as a turtle, with traces of gilded decoration, 21cm £200 - £300 Lot 558 Japanese bronze table centre, Meiji (1868-1912), having a circular platform over a vase form column with prunus root handles and cast with figures in a mountainous landscape, floral cast flange column and a raised base on further prunus roots, traces of gilt lacquer, 46cm £300 - £400



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Lot 560

Lot 559 William Lund style London rack corkscrew, turned bone handle, 20cm £40 - £60 Lot 560 Victorian Kings corkscrew, with turned bone handle, 20cm £80 - £120

Furniture, Furnishings & Pictures

Lot 570 Victorian simulated rosewood and upholstered tub chair, circa 1890, pink fabric upholstered back, arms and seat, raised on turned forelegs with brass castors £50 - £100 Lot 571 Late Victorian rosewood and inlaid corner display cabinet, in Sheraton Revival style, having a bevelled glass door with mirrored back over an open mirrored mid section and with a central inlaid recessed panel door beneath, inlaid with Florentine scrolls, flanked by niche shelves, and with a galleried open shelf beneath, width 77cm, height 197cm £150 - £250

Lot 573 Lot 573 John McDougal (1880-1934), Sunlit sea, Porth Patrick Bay, watercolour, signed, inscribed to a label verso, with original price of £8.8s.0d., 20cm x 32.5cm £100 - £150 Lot 574 Joseph Hughes Clayton (active 1891-1929), ‘Break O’Sea, The Fifeshire Coast near St Andrews’ watercolour, signed and titled verso, 33cm x 50cm £200 - £300 Lot 575 Set of eight Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs, circa 1900, comprising six singles and two carvers, with interlace splat back, red leather drop in seat, chamfered and moulded square section legs with H-stretcher £400 - £600 Lot 576 George III oak press cupboard, circa 1740-60, cavetto cornice over two double raised panel doors with brass knobs, opening to reveal hanging space with original wooden pegs and a later brass rail, the base fitted with two blind and four real drawers with brass swan neck handles, raised on ogee bracket feet, width 143cm x height 193cm £400 - £600

Lot 572 Lot 572 Robert Herdman-Smith (1879-?), Mosque in Algiers, watercolour, signed, 35cm x 25cm £80 - £120



Lot 577 Reproduction mahogany bachelor’s chest in Chippendale style, late 20th Century, having a gadrooned top with brushing slide over four drawers, each with brass swan neck handles, flanked with blind fretwork canted corners, raised on bracket feet, width 80cm, height 79cm £300 - £500

Lot 581 Lot 578 Set of twelve Reprodux mahogany dining chairs in Chippendale style, comprising two carvers and ten singles, each with interlaced vase shaped splat, striped brocade fabric drop in seat raised on moulded chamfered square section with H-stretcher £500 - £700

Lot 581 Lawrence James Isherwood (1917-1988), Stormy Seas, oil painting on board, signed, 29cm x 40cm £400 - £600

Lot 579 Joseph Hughes Clayton (active 1891-1929), ‘Blea Tarn, Cumberland’, and ‘Saddleback in cloud and sunshine’, Pair, watercolours, signed and titled, 24.5cm x 32cm £100 - £150 Lot 580 Victorian portrait miniature of Daniel Bell, mid 19th Century, oval, 5.5cm, mounted within an ebonised rectangular frame, labelled verso ‘Daniel Bell, July 1851’, also a portrait miniature of a young lady with a pearl necklace, 6cm, mounted within a frame with an ebony finish, and a further portrait miniature of a young lady in a wide brimmed hat, oval, 6cm, within an ebony finish frame (3) £80 - £120

Lot 582 Lot 582 George Thompson (Contemporary), ‘The Eastgate Street Clock, Chester’, signed oil on canvas, 52cm x 71cm £150 - £200



Lot 584

Lot 583 George III mahogany free standing flat front corner cupboard, circa 1780, dentil cornice over a blind fretwork frieze and fluted columns flanking double recessed panel doors, opening to shaped shelves, over a brushing slide and a base fitted with a further two recessed panel doors, again flanked with fluted columns, raised on block feet, width 123cm, height 231cm £400 - £600 Lot 584 Walnut feather banded kneehole dressing table, 18th Century and later, the top with quarter veneers, feather and crossbanded, over a single long frieze drawer with a pullout drawer beneath and recessed with a cupboard door, flanked on either side with three small drawers, all feather banded and with brass tear shaped handles, raised on bracket feet, width 80cm, height 77cm, depth 50cm £1000 - £1500 Lot 585 English School (late 19th Century), Coastal castle, oil on board, signed with initials ‘I.O.D.’, 23cm x 56cm £70 - £100



Lot 586 Lot 586 Attributed to Donald McIntyre (1923-2009), Rocky coastline, oil on board, inscribed verso ‘D McIntyre 63’, 30cm x 37cm £100 - £200

Lot 587 George III mahogany washstand, circa 1770, the double hinged top opening to reveal a pullout mirror and receptacle for wash basin, over a front with two cupboard doors and a pullout drawers, each with brass ring handles, raised on tapered square section legs with platform stretcher, width 44cm, height 86cm £300 - £400

Lot 588 George III mahogany tray top night table, circa 1780-1800, fitted a single drawer and with cupboard door beneath, with boxwood and ebony string inlays, raised on moulded square section legs, width 38.5cm £300 - £400 Lot 589 Regency mahogany pedestal tripod table, circular top over a slender turned column, cabriole legs, 48cm diameter £100 - £150

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Lot 590 English School (late 19th Century), View of Lake Windermere, watercolour, 19cm x 32.5cm £30 - £50 Lot 591 Victorian walnut dressing stool in French taste, circa 1860, foliate needlework tapestry seat raised on French cabriole legs, width 57cm £150 - £250 Lot 592 Victorian walnut kidney shaped footstool, sage green upholstered pad over a foliate carved frieze and slender cabriole legs, 49cm £100 - £150 Lot 593 Regency mahogany corner washstand, circa 1810, with splash back and receptacle for toilet bowl, over a platform shelf with single pullout drawer crossbanded with satinwood, all raised on three splayed supports with a platform shelf, height 104cm £100 - £150

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Lot 594 Late George III mahogany washstand, circa 1810, bow fronted and having two shelves with boxwood stringing, supported on turned and ringed columns, the lower shelf fitted a single drawer with brass ring handles, raised on turned legs, width 56cm, height 84cm £100 - £150



Lot 595 Regency mahogany converted commode, early 19th Century with later alterations, bow fronted and fitted two drawers, each with oval plate handles, raised on bracket feet, width 60cm £100 - £150

Lot 597 Lot 597 French style walnut and kingwood bureau de dame, 20th Century, having a brass galleried top over four small drawers, the table crossbanded and with three cast brass mounted frieze drawers, all raised on turned and fluted legs with cast brass mounts united by a stretcher, width 94cm £300 - £500 Lot 598 Victorian rosewood revolving music stool, circa 1860, circular upholstered seat with rise and fall screw, raised on turned and reeded legs, united by a turned cross stretcher, minimum height 52cm £50 - £70

Lot 596 Lot 596 French style walnut display cabinet, 20th Century, centred with a serpentine front glazed door flanked with concave glazed panels, opening to velvet covered shelves, over a base fitted with two serpentine front drawers, crossbanded, all raised on slender legs with brass sabots, width 88cm, height 154cm £300 - £500

Lot 599 Bessie Bamber (active late 19th/early 20th Century), Four kittens on straw, oil on opaque glass panel, signed with initials and dated 1907, 17cm x 24cm £800 - £1200 Lot 600 Chinese painting of a lantern carrier, painted in gouache on paper, 74cm x 28cm, unframed, also another Chinese painting, of a lady in robes, gouache on paper, 61cm x 34cm, both unframed (2) £70 - £100 Lot 601 James N Mackay (active circa 1900), Feeding the ducks from the bridge, Pair, watercolours, signed and dated 1912, 23cm x 33cm £150 - £200



Lot 599

Lot 602 Reproduction burr walnut bureau bookcase in Queen Anne style, 20th Century, fitted three shelves, over a crossbanded base with fitted interior of drawers and pigeonholes, over three long graduated drawers with brass handles, raised on bracket feet, width 79cm, height 206cm £300 - £500 Lot 603 Flemish carved oak parlour cabinet, circa 1890, the back carved with panels and centred with a glazed cabinet flanked on either side with niche shelves, raised on turned columns, over a base fitted with two carved fronted frieze drawers and two carved recessed panel arched doors, all raised on bun supports, width 122cm, height 210cm £300 - £500 Lot 604 Set of eight mahogany dining chairs in Hepplewhite style, comprising six singles and two carvers, each with vase splat back topped with ears of corn, upholstered drop in seat raised on chamfered square section legs £600 - £800

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Lot 605 Kent Venturi-Orivent Water Meter, the meter mounted on a stand, covered by a glass case, the working clockwork driving the time dial and the 30cm tall 15cm diameter cylinder, the meter measuring mechanism is incomplete, overall dimensions height 223cm, width 61cm, depth 53cm This meter would have been part of a pumping station measuring both throughput and flow rate Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £300 - £500

Lot 606 (detail) Lot 606 18th Century turret clock by R Smallwood of Macclesfield, 1731, two train wrought iron birdcage mechanism with locking plate strike, recoil anchor escapement with 145cm pendulum, striking on a 17 1/2’’ Ruddal bell, cast in 1733 and inscribed ‘’Come away, make no delay’’, applied maker’s plate dated 1731 and indicating repairs carried out in 1832, maximum dimensions height 203cm, width 102cm, depth 28cm Provenance: Purchased by the current vendor at Messrs Phillips, 1992, the catalogue for which suggesting that the clock was originally situated at Alderley Park, near Macclesfield Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £2000 - £3000

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Lot 609 Lot 607 Victorian mahogany wind out dining table, with two extra leaves, circa 1880, having a moulded edge, canted corners, over turned and ringed tapered legs with brown pot castors, length when extended 237cm, width 120cm £1000 - £1500 Lot 608 Set of six Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs, circa 1910, each with pierced splat topped with fan reeding to the top rail, red leatherette upholstered drop in seats, raised on swan neck legs with claw and ball feet £800 - £1000 Lot 609 Bessie Bamber (active late 19th/early 20th Century), Eight kittens at play on straw, signed with a monogram and dated 1923, oil on chamfered mahogany panel, 92cm x 30cm £800 - £1200 Lot 610 English School (mid 19th Century), ‘A stray pigeon’, oil on canvas, titled and indistinctly signed verso, 30cm x 24cm £80 - £100

Lot 611 Noel Coward (1900-1973), ‘View from the artist’s home, Firefly, Jamaica’, pencil, watercolour and bodycolour, re-framed 2002 and bearing label to reverse ‘Provenance: Given by the artist to Mr and Mrs Joseph Cotton, California, USA, 1956’ and written in pencil ‘original labels on reverse side’, 23.5cm x 31.5cm £600 - £800 Lot 612 Provincial oak 30 hour longcase clock, circa 1820-30, cavetto moulded cornice over two brass capped columns flanking a 12’’ painted dial with subsidiary date aperture, 30 hour movement striking on a bell, plain case with crossbanded door with box base, later applied plinth, height 199cm, £200 - £300 Lot 613 Indian miniaturist painting, 20th Century, Seated Maharaja with attendees, gouache painting on paper, 18cm x 23.5cm, also Indian School (20th Century) Ceremonial Elephants, Pair of paintings on silk, 36cm square (3) £50 - £100

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Lot 614 John Houston (1930-2008), Birds in the Evening Sun, oil on canvas, 28cm x 30cm Provenance: Exhibited with Aitken Dott & Son, Edinburgh Festival Exhibition, 1967, catalogue no. 34 £400 - £600 Lot 615 Tabriz woollen carpet, modern, the red field dispersed with palmettes and blue and green spandrels, within a deep blue border, size approx. 432cm x 300cm £100 - £200 Lot 616 Tabriz woollen carpet, sage green field dispersed with palmettes within a fawn border with blue scroll palmettes, size approx. 295cm x 390cm £70 - £100

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Lot 617 Victorian walnut and upholstered companion footstool, sage green fabric upholstered pad, plain apron and bracket feet, width 104cm £50 - £100 Lot 618 Edwardian mahogany and inlaid display cabinet, circa 1900-10, having a moulded cornice over a frieze inlaid with acanthus scrolls, over a serpentine fronted glazed door opening to two shelves, flanked on either side with two oval bevelled glass mirrors within finely turned columns and bow fronted cupboard doors beneath, crossbanded in satinwood and with further boxwood laurel leaf inlays, all raised on tapered square section legs with spade toes, width 140cm, height 179cm £200 - £400 Lot 619 Set of six Victorian kidney backed dining chairs, circa 1870, each with blue fabric stuffover seat and raised on turned and tapered forelegs £200 - £300 Lot 618



Lot 623 Provincial oak and walnut banded enclosed dresser, 18th Century with later alterations, having an open plate rack with two shelves beneath a cavetto cornice over a base fitted with three frieze drawers, crossbanded and with brass handles, over two fielded panel cupboard doors, centred with a fixed panel, all raised on squat bun feet, width 162cm, height 180cm £300 - £500

Lot 620 Lot 620 William Gawin Herdman (1805-1882), ‘In Northgate Street, Chester’, watercolour, titled, signed and dated 1875, 28cm x 45cm Provenance: Heather Newman Galleries, Glos. £300 - £500

Lot 624 Oak dresser in the Georgian style, 20th Century, pot boarded back with two shelves, over a base fitted three central drawers flanked by a further drawer and a recessed panel cupboard door, brass handles throughout, raised on bracket feet, width 161cm, height 190cm £500 - £700 Lot 625 Set of six carved oak and upholstered dining chairs, comprising two carvers and four singles, each with tapestry fabric upholstered pad back and seat, raised on carved and fluted baluster legs united by turned stretchers £200 - £300 Lot 626 George III oak and mahogany banded bow front corner cupboard, circa 1820, the doors with H-shape brass hinges opening to three shelves, height 88cm £120 - £180 Lot 627 Victorian walnut and upholstered lady’s salon chair, circa 1880, green fabric upholstered back with turned spindle mid rail, over an oval seat, also upholstered in green, on fluted and turned legs with castors £80 - £120

Lot 621 Lot 621 James Holland (1799-1870), French street scene through an arch, watercolour over pencil, signed, 19cm x 16cm £200 - £300 Lot 622 Tekke Bokhara woollen rug, circa 1900, having a single row of five guls against a madder ground, size approx. 116cm x 84cm £30 - £50

Lot 628 Victorian burr walnut games table, circa 1850, shaped rectangular top swivelling open to reveal a green baize playing surface with coin wells, over a frieze fitted two small drawers, one comparted for gaming pieces, all raised on turned supports and French cabriole legs united by a turned stretcher, width 88cm £200 - £300 Lot 629 W Trippett (active circa 1920), Pair, landscapes with sheep and birds, watercolours, signed and dated 1920, 25cm x 35.5cm £100 - £150



Lot 634 Needlework upholstered companion stool, rectangular seat finished in gross-point tapestry featuring musical instruments, over short turned stained beech supports united by stretchers, 85cm £50 - £100 Lot 635 Edwardian brass extending standard lamp, with triform scroll bracket base, height 126cm £120 - £180

Lot 630 Lot 630 A W Meadows (Contemporary), Moonlit winter landscapes, Pair, signed oils on canvas, 30cm x 40cm £200 - £300 Lot 631 James N Mackay (active circa 1900), Watching the ducks at the village pond, watercolour, signed and dated 1900, 27cm x 18cm £80 - £120

Lot 636 Victorian mahogany dressing table, circa 1870, serpentine fronted top with a single frieze drawer with turned wooden knobs, raised on cabriole supports with a platform shelf beneath and squat bun feet, width 107cm £100 - £150 Lot 637 Quality reproduction mahogany waterfall bookcase, probably Bevan Funnell, having three graduated open shelves with two drawers to the base, raised on bracket feet, width 80cm, height 110cm £100 - £150

Lot 632 Edwardian mahogany and satinwood banded Sutherland table, the top with two folding leaves with canted corners, supported on pull out gates, width 61cm £70 - £100

Lot 638 Lot 638 Reproduction mahogany silver table in the Chippendale style, square form and having a pierced gallery and apron, supported on cluster columns united by a fretwork cross stretcher, width 32cm £50 - £80 Lot 633 Lot 633 Nest of mahogany spider leg tables, circa 1910, each with egg and dart moulded border over slender turned columns, the largest 53cm £150 - £200



Lot 639 Georgian mahogany box on stand, early 19th Century, now used as a sewing box, the hinged lid opening to reveal two trays to the interior, metal carrying handles to each side, raised on a stand with inverted baluster turned legs, width 47.5cm £40 - £60

Lot 640 George V mahogany library table in the Adam style, circa 1910-20, rectangular top with gilt tooled leather inset over a fluted frieze fitted three drawers, and raised on fluted tapered square section legs, width 151cm, depth 85cm £350 - £450 Lot 641 Hepplewhite style mahogany open armchair, 19th Century, shield shaped back, sabre forearms, upholstered stuffover seat raised on tapered square section legs with spade toes £150 - £200 Lot 642 Pakistani Bokhara woollen rug, 20th Century, orange field with blue and orange guls, size approx. 240cm x 168cm £70 - £100

Lot 645 Schenk & Valk copy of Jansson’s map ‘Extimae Scotiae’, probably published for ‘Atlas Anglois 1724’, 45cm x 53cm £50 - £80 Lot 646 Continuation Map of ‘the Roads to The Lakes with Roads to Chester, Liverpool, Manchester’, late 18th/early 19th Century, 30cm x 25cm £20 - £30 Lot 647 North West Persian woollen rug, centred with an orange pole medallion against a blue field with fawn spandrels, patterned border, size approx. 202cm x 127cm £80 - £120

Lot 648 Lot 648 Ebenezer Crawford (circa 1830-90), ‘The Invalid’s Breakfast’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1870, labelled verso, 25.5cm x 30cm £500 - £700

Lot 643 Lot 643 Hamadan woollen rug, blue field with three stepped lozenge form reserves in fawn and orange, within a fawn patterned border, size approx. 182cm x 125cm £80 - £120 Lot 644 Robert Gordon of Strathloch (Geographer 15801661), Map of Moravia, ex Timothy Pont, published circa 1654-62 in Vol V of Blaeu’s ‘Atlas Novus’, 43cm x 57cm £50 - £80

Lot 649 Mahogany and inlaid table in Georgian style, fitted one long frieze drawer with lion’s mask ring handles, raised on tapered square section legs with boxwood line inlays, width 60cm, height 71cm £150 - £200 Lot 650 English School (mid 19th Century), Fortified town atop a crag, watercolour, indistinctly signed and dated 1858, 31cm x 66cm £70 - £100 Lot 651 George Alexander (1832-1913), Pair, ‘Droving cattle on a country lane’, and ‘Castle Lodge’, signed watercolours, 30cm x 49cm £80 - £120



Lot 655 Mahogany tripod table, 19th Century, with later alterations, the shaped circular top with piecrust edge over a turned baluster column and three cabriole legs, width 63cm £60 - £100

Lot 656

Lot 652 Lot 652 George III mahogany chest on chest, circa 1770, cavetto cornice over two short and six long graduated drawers, each with cast gilt bronze cornucopia and swan neck handles, raised on bracket feet, width 105cm, height 187cm £600 - £800 Lot 653 Late Victorian mahogany and inlaid upholstered tub chair, circa 1890, with boxwood and ebony line inlays throughout, red fabric upholstery, raised on turned and fluted forelegs £60 - £90 Lot 654 Gwladys S Williamson (active circa 1935), Art Deco advertisement designs, including ‘Sylko Thread for Bobby’s, Lord Street, Southport’, gouache, unframed, signed and dated 1922, 47cm x 31cm, ‘Fyffes Hands Across the Sea’ bananas advert, gouache, unframed, 33cm x 49cm and a ‘British Celenese’ stylish and figurative advert, gouache, unframed, signed, 31cm x 46cm (3) £100 - £150



Lot 656 Dutch walnut and marquetry bureau, early 19th Century, profusely inlaid throughout with floral cornucopia in boxwood and harewood, the slope front opening to reveal a stepped interior with drawers and pigeonholes and a sliding well, over an inlaid frieze with a short drawer at either side, over a configuration of two short and two long drawers with later brass handles, floral urn inlaid side panels, all raised on inlaid bracket feet, width 99cm, height 110cm £600 - £800 Lot 657 George III mahogany bowfront hanging corner cupboard, circa 1800, with cavetto moulded cornice over crossbanded doors with later brass hinges and escutcheons, opening to reveal an interior with three green painted shelves and two spice drawers, height 111cm £200 - £300 Lot 658 Gothic Revival oak bedroom suite by Crown Furniture, 20th Century, comprising double door wardrobe carved with Gothic arched panels and linenfold, width 128cm, height 183cm, a smaller double door wardrobe fitted with shelves, width 96cm, height 176cm, a kneehole dressing table, 118cm, and a 4’6’’ bed with linenfold headboards (4) £400 - £600

Lot 658

Lot 659 Lot 659 After Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe (1901-1979), ‘Badgers emerging from a sett’, limited edition reprographic coloured print, signed in pencil by the artist, numbered 446/500, 35cm x 46cm £80 - £120 Lot 660 George Thompson (Contemporary), ‘Canal Locks, Vicars Cross’, signed watercolour, 25cm x 37cm £30 - £50

Lot 661 Lot 661 Attributed to Harold Riley (b.1934), Portrait of Colonel C, apparently unsigned oil on artist’s board, 36cm x 27cm £600 - £800



Lot 663

Lot 662 Light oak and inlaid bedroom suite, circa 1920, comprising mirrored wardrobe with central mirror flanked by channelled panel doors with inlays, raised on bun feet, width 150cm, height 182cm, a dressing table fitted two short and two long drawers, width 108cm, chest of drawers, fitted two short and three long graduated drawers, width 93cm, and a 4’6’’ bed (4) £500 - £700 Lot 663 Burr walnut partner’s desk, 20th Century, inverted breakfront fitted with a configuration of seven drawers at each side with a good, wide kneehole, tooled red leather inset top, raised on short cabriole legs with pad feet, width 188cm, depth 124cm £800 - £1200 Lot 664 Victorian rosewood and needlework upholstered lady’s salon chair, circa 1850, having turned upright columns flanking grey and floral needlework tapestry back and seat and raised on French cabriole forelegs with brass castors £150 - £200 Lot 665 Pierre Julien Gilbert (1783-1860), Preparing the nets at low tide, oil on panel, signed, 18cm x 36cm £400 - £600



Lot 666 Lot 666 Victorian oak hall table, circa 1880, having a back with a vacant shield cartouche over a similar frieze, raised on turned baluster legs, width 122cm, depth 51cm £150 - £250

Lot 668 Chinese carved rosewood standard lamp, late 20th Century, carved throughout with fruiting vines, over a circular base with triform brackets, height 158cm £50 - £80

Lot 669 (part) Lot 669 Alfred Cox ‘Handcraft’ walnut dining room suite, 1960s, comprising extending dining table with one extra leaf, length when extended 170cm, width 86cm, six dining chairs upholstered in original green foliate moquette, long sideboard fitted with three central drawers and two cupboard doors, opening to shelves, width 187cm, and a side table fitted a single long drawer, 95cm £200 - £400

Lot 667 Lot 667 Walnut display cabinet, circa 1910-20, having two astragal glazed doors with glazed panel sides, opening to adjustable wooden shelves, over a base fitted two recessed panel doors with quartered veneers, raised on short cabriole legs with pad feet, width 110cm, height 204cm £200 - £400

Lot 669 (part)



Lot 671 Chinese carved rosewood jardinière stand, the circular top with scagliola marble inset and beaded edge, over a prunus blossom carved frieze and carved slender cabriole legs united by a cross stretcher, height 91cm, diameter of the top 28cm £120 - £180

Lot 672 (one of four) Lot 672 After Helen Layfield Bradley (1900-1979), ‘Spring’, ‘Summer’, ‘Autumn’, and ‘Winter’, set of four coloured reprographic prints, with blind stamp, signed in pencil to the margin, 25cm x 32cm Provenance: The Unicorn Gallery, Wilmslow £200 - £400

Lot 670 Lot 670 Early Victorian mahogany eight day longcase clock by Dewhurst of Clitheroe, the hood with turned columns flanking a 13 1/2’’ painted arched dial, signed, with subsidiary seconds and date dial, painted to the arch, eight day movement striking on a bell, over a trunk with further turned columns flanking a recessed panel door over a recessed panel box base, height 228cm £400 - £600



Lot 673 Lot 673 After Helen Layfield Bradley (1900-1979), ‘Going Home’, coloured reprographic prints, with blind stamp, signed in pencil to the margin, 34.5cm x 40cm £50 - £80

Lot 674 After Helen Layfield Bradley (1900-1979), ‘Going Through the Enchanted Garden’, coloured reprographic prints, with blind stamp, signed in pencil to the margin, 30cm x 39cm £50 - £80 Lot 675 Chinese carved rosewood small jardinière stand, with scagliola marble inset top within a beaded edge over a prunus carved frieze and short cabriole legs, height 34.5cm, diameter of the top 25cm £40 - £60 Lot 676 Victorian carved oak purdonium, circa 1900, with pull down front carved with a dead bird in high relief, with lion’s mask cup handle, width 42cm, height 69cm £40 - £60

Lot 679 Quality reproduction burr walnut bureau in Queen Anne style, 20th Century, crossbanded and feather banded, opening to reveal an interior with pigeonholes and drawers and a central cupboard, secret stepped drawer over four graduated drawers to the front, raised on bracket feet, width 63cm, height 88cm £100 - £150 Lot 680 Thomas Mortimer (active late 19th Century), Continental river scenes, two signed watercolours, 15cm x 22cm £80 - £120 Lot 681 Scottish School (early 20th Century), Continental harbour scene, watercolour, indistinctly signed, 31cm x 46cm £40 - £60 Lot 682 Scottish School (early 20th Century), Village with stone cottages, indistinctly signed watercolour, 31cm x 46cm £40 - £60

Lot 683

Lot 677 Lot 677 Georgian style chinoiserie lacquered ‘cock pen’ side chair, red silk brocade fabric upholstery £50 - £80 Lot 678 Sheraton style satinwood and rosewood banded toilet mirror, 19th Century, oval plate over a base with serpentine front and fitted a single drawer, raised on ogee bracket feet, width 39cm £40 - £60

Lot 683 Oak joined coffer, late 17th Century, having a three recessed panel hinged lid over a three recessed panel front with holly and oak saw edged inlays and carved lunette frieze with later lock plate, all raised on stile feet, 116cm, height 60cm £500 - £700 Lot 684 Oak joined coffer, in part 18th Century with later alterations, having a plank top over a central geometric panelled front with further foliate carved panels to either side, the whole raised on squat bun feet, width 127cm £200 - £300



Lot 685 Lot 685 Good oak harlequin dining room suite in Jacobean style, circa 1900-10, comprising draw leaf dining table, extending to 212cm x 106cm, on a carved frieze and cup and cover supports united by a stretcher base, six matched carved barleytwist slat back dining chairs with green fabric upholstered drop in seats, and a mirror back sideboard, fitted two frieze drawers and two moulded recessed panel cupboard doors, opening to shelves and trays, raised on double barleytwist supports with bun feet, width 183cm, height 154cm £500 - £700



Lot 686 Mark Holmes (Contemporary), 610 City of Chester Squadron Battle of Britain Reunion Spitfires in Flight over the Dee Estuary, signed oil on canvas, dated 1990, signed verso by some of the pilots of the squadron including Johnnie Johnson, James Storrar, John Ellis and Eddie Edmonds, 35cm x 45cm, also a limited edition coloured print after an original by Malcolm A Kinnear ‘Ceres Rising - the 610 County of Chester Squadron - Meteors over Hooton Park 1957’, signed in the margin by the artist and some of the pilots, and numbered 70/250, 38cm x 53cm (2) £60 - £100

Lot 687 Fine carved walnut settee in the Chippendale style, probably Irish, 19th Century, double chair back with carved acanthus paper scroll top rail and splat back centred at the seat with a carved scallop shell, the open arms serpentine shaped with leopard’s head terminals, red fabric upholstered seat over a carved frieze with Rococo details, the forelegs carved with satyr masks, all raised on hairy paw feet, width 139cm, height 99cm, depth 64cm Provenance: Purchased in 1996 from Spurrier Smith Antiques, Ashbourne, Derbyshire £8000 - £12000



Lot 688

Lot 689



Lot 688 George IV rosewood pedestal card table, circa 1825, the swivel top opening to a green baize interior, over a serpentine front frieze with carved lion’s masks at the corners, raised on a baluster hexagonal column and quatrefoil base with carved hairy paw feet, width 91cm £700 - £1000 Lot 689 Oak plank coffer, third quarter 17th Century, the single plank top with iron strap hinges, chip carved edge, over plank sides and front, width 112cm, height 52cm, depth 42cm £700 - £1000 Lot 690 William Aikman (active circa 1900), Portrait of a young lady in a white bonnet, watercolour, signed and dated 1905, 30cm x 22cm £50 - £80

Lot 691 Lot 691 Stewart Carmichael (1867-1950), Twilight Buildings, probably Dundee, oil on canvas, signed with a monogram, 46cm x 40cm £300 - £400 Lot 692 After Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (1889-1946), View of St. Paul’s from the Thames; Tug on the Thames, and Thames Barges, three sepia and monochrome prints, signed in pencil, 16cm x 20.5cm (3) £600 - £800

Lot 692

Lot 693 Lot 693 Chinese carved rosewood lady’s dressing table, early 20th Century, having a back carved with bamboo panels and with a carved door cupboard with two small drawers over the main table with peony carved cupboard door, two small carved fronted drawers and four drawers to one side, over a kneehole with platform shelf beneath, the supports carved throughout with bamboo, width 96cm, height 135cm, depth 68cm £400 - £600



Lot 697 Nest of chinoiserie lacquered tables, circa 1920, each with a different scene lacquered in gilt featuring chinoiserie figures in landscapes, raised on turned and ringed parcel gilt supports, the largest 59cm wide £300 - £500

Lot 694 Lot 694 Victorian carved oak side table, circa 1900, having a carved frieze drawer detailed with flowerheads and raised on acanthus carved cup and cover supports united by a stretcher base, width 95cm £200 - £300

Lot 698 George III mahogany secretaire library bookcase, circa 1800, having a cavetto and dentil cornice in boxwood and ebony over two astragal glazed doors opening to five adjustable shelves, over a base crossbanded with rosewood within boxwood tramlines, with an upper fall down drawer with recessed brass handles, opening to reveal a configuration of drawers and pigeonholes over two recessed panel cupboard doors, further crossbanded and raised on turned baluster legs, width 132cm, height 270cm £2000 - £3000 Lot 699 Pair of Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs, 19th Century, each with pierced interlaced splat, green fabric drop in seat, chamfered square section supports £80 - £120

Lot 695 Henry Brittan Willis R.W.S. (1810-84), Scotch (sic) Cattle Portmadoch, watercolour, signed, inscribed in pencil verso, 19cm x 33.5cm £400 - £600 Lot 696 Mary S Hagarty (active 1882-1938), Droving cattle through the village, watercolour, signed, 34cm x 24cm £50 - £70

Lot 700

Lot 697



Lot 700 After Arthur Delaney (1927-87), Tram Manchester City Centre, limited edition reprographic coloured print, signed by the artist in the margin, numbered 132/435, 34.5cm x 29cm £120 - £180

Lot 698



Lot 701

Lot 701 After Laurence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976), ‘Man on the Wall’, limited edition coloured reprographic print, signed in pencil to the margin, and numbered 173/500, 42.5cm x 52cm £400 - £600

Lot 702 After Rolf Harris (b.1930), ‘Time Goes By’, limited edition giclee coloured print, signed by the artist to the margin, and numbered 19/695, 42cm x 63cm, with Washington Green certificate of authenticity verso £180 - £240 Lot 703 Mahogany bergere three piece suite, circa 1910-20, comprising two seater settee and two armchairs, each with single caned back and arms and with an ogee moulded and simple acanthus carved forearm, raised on low block feet, the settee 155cm, depth 79cm £250 - £300

Lot 702



Lot 709 Good oak smoker’s cabinet, circa 1905, having two bevelled glass and wooden panel doors, opening to a configuration of pigeonholes and drawers, the drawers faced with silver handles and mounts, hallmarked London 1904, also a pullout pipe rack, width 55cm, height 68cm £100 - £150

Lot 704 Lot 704 Provincial walnut cradle, plain plank construction with peg joints, raised on sleigh form rockers, one carved with a spurious date, width 120cm £200 - £300 Lot 705 George V mahogany revolving bookcase, turned spindles over a base with short cabriole legs and pad feet, width 49cm £100 - £150 Lot 706 Claude Wane (active late 19th Century), ‘Clovelly’, signed watercolour, 24cm x 33cm £80 - £120 Lot 707 Frederick Boisseree (active circa 1876), Highland Cairn, signed watercolour, 16cm x 25.5cm £80 - £120 Lot 708 Robert Hollands Walker (active 1882-1922), The ploughman homeward, watercolour, signed, inscribed to the mount, 14.5cm x 22cm £60 - £80

Lot 710 Lot 710 William IV Scottish mahogany eight day longcase clock by Thomas Young of Perth, painted 12 1/2’’ arched dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and date dial, signed to the centre, with floral spandrels and painted arch, eight day movement striking on a bell, flanked by turned columns, the trunk also with columns flanking a feathered mahogany door, raised on a feathered mahogany base with bracket feet, height 217cm Please note our special conditions of sale regarding clocks and watches £600 - £800 Lot 711 Indian carved hardwood table, circa 1900, the rectangular top having a profusely carved frieze with foliate scrolls enclosing tiger masks, over carved supports with a carved and waisted platform shelf beneath, 82cm x 59cm £150 - £250

Lot 709



Lot 714 Frith machine made woollen carpet in Tabriz style, fawn ground £150 - £200 Lot 715 Quality reproduction oak enclosed dresser, the boarded plate rack with two fielded panel cupboard doors and two small drawers, beneath a dentil cornice over a base fitted three drawers and three fielded panel cupboard doors, width 173cm, height 190cm £400 - £600 Lot 716 Quality reproduction oak open bookcase, fitted with adjustable shelves, width 110cm, height 187cm £150 - £200 Lot 717 Quality reproduction oak cabinet on chest, fitted with two glazed doors beneath a dentil cornice, over a base fitted with two short drawers and two fielded panel cupboard doors, width 96cm, height 192cm £300 - £400 Lot 718 Quality reproduction oak gateleg occasional table, width 55cm £80 - £120 Lot 712 Lot 712 Victorian carved walnut and upholstered armchair, circa 1860, cameo shaped back, deep button upholstered and carved with floral ribbons, upholstered pad arms and seat, scrolled knuckle forearms and serpentine front, all raised on brass castors £200 - £300 Lot 713 Edwardian ebonised mahogany folding card table, the top opening to reveal tooled green baize playing surface over acanthus carved slender cabriole legs united by a raised carved cross stretcher with centre finial, width 61cm £80 - £120



Lot 719 Quality reproduction oak refectory style draw leaf dining table, plank top, 84cm x 160cm, the pull out leaves providing an extra 76cm in length £200 - £300 Lot 720 Set of ten quality reproduction oak ladder back dining chairs, comprising four carvers and six singles £400 - £600

byrne’s Auctioneers & Valuers

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One of our valuers assessing ceramics at a recent roadshow which we hold throughout the region. We also hold a valuation day at the saleroom EVERY Thursday



byrne’s Auctioneers & Valuers

Royal Worcester fruit study demi-tasse coffee service Sold for £1,600

Franz Xavier Bergmann (1861-1936), a fine cold painted bronze Sold for £3,200


Chinese famille rose cooler, Daoguang mark and period (1821-50) Sold for £2,000

George III coromandel and silver fitted gentleman's vanity case Sold for £2,200

Reverend Thomas Bankes ''System of Universal Geography with an account of Cook's Voyages'' Sold for £1,200


Your independent regional auction house with the international outlook

Pottery aquamanile, 19th Century Sold for £1,250

Charles I silver seal top spoon, London 1631 Sold for £950

A George III 1796 pattern infantry sword, a 19th Century French officer's light sword and a French ceremonial sword Sold for £1,350

World War II Distinguished Flying Medal Sold for £2,600


A selection of items sold at our auction rooms in 2012

Auctioneers & Valuers

Sino-Tibetan gilt bronze, 19th Century Sold for £3,600

Arts and Crafts pearl and gemset brooch Sold for £1,300

Fine Chinese carved tortoiseshell box and cover, early 19th Century Sold for £980

Black opal and diamond pendant Sold for £3,200

Art Nouveau style mahogany and inlaid display cabinet, circa 1905 Sold for £1,150

Patek Philippe, Geneve, wristwatch Sold for £6,200

Late Victorian painted satinwood breakfront display cabinet, circa 1890 Sold for £4,800

James Longueville (b. 1942), Light on the Floods, Shocklach, signed oil on board Sold for £1,600

James Longueville (b. 1942), Winter in the Wyches, signed oil on board Sold for £1,350

Good Black Forest carved limewood musical smoker's stand, circa 1900 Sold for £1,600



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Third party liability: All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

10. Commission bids: Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly execute bids on their behalf. In receiving bidding instructions by telephone, e-mail, fax or in writing the bidder shall be deemed to have read, understood and agreed to be bound by these conditions of sale. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. Warranty of title and availability: The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. Agency: The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. Terms of sale: The seller acknowledges that lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these conditions in their entirety and on the ‘Terms of consignment’ as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the lot. 14. Descriptions and condition: (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition

15. Forgeries: Notwithstanding the preceding condition, any lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 14 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the lot including any buyer's premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these ‘Conditions of sale’. General: 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17. (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these conditions or of the ‘Terms of consignment’ shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these conditions.



Information for buyers The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted according to our printed ‘Conditions of sale’ which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand. Payment: Acceptable payment methods are debit card, credit card (which attracts a 2% + VAT surcharge), electronic transfer to our client bank account, cheque supported by a valid guarantee card, and cash (the Money Laundering Regulations of 2003 mean we cannot accept cash payments in excess of £7,500) Clearance of lots: Lots must be paid for and cleared within one week of the sale. Uncleared lots will be removed into storage at Byrne’s convenience, and a handling and storage fee of £2/lot per day will be levied.

out a detailed, or any, examination of lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and, therefore, accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they may be interested. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the ‘Conditions of sale’. Neither the seller nor we, as the auctioneers, accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined the goods and make a representation about their condition, we shall be liable for any defect which that examination ought to have revealed to the auctioneer but which would not have been revealed to the buyer had the buyer examined the goods. Additionally, in specified circumstances lots misdescribed because they are 'deliberate forgeries' may be returned and repayment made. There is a two week time limit. (The expression 'deliberate forgery' is defined in our ‘Conditions of sale’).

Dispatch: We offer a packing and postage service, within reason, for lots which we are able to pack and which are suitable to be posted via Special Delivery or Parcel Force. Cleared payment is required and we may require you to sign a disclaimer. For urgent dispatch, awkward, very fragile or bulky items we may suggest an alternative to this service, but please feel free to enquire as we will oblige wherever possible.

Condition Reports: We may be able to assist buyers unable to view by e-mailing a condition report, but these reports are based solely on our own opinion and are for guidance only and no responsibility is accepted for their accuracy. Intending buyers are strongly encouraged to view. Condition reports cannot be prepared on the day of sale. Please see our Conditions of Sale.

Agency: As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your primary contract is with the seller.

Images: Images reproduced in this catalogue and in online catalogues are for reference only and should not be relied upon for the accurate representation of colour, size or condition.

Estimates: Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive.

Export of goods: Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export license is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help.

Buyer's premium: The ‘Conditions of sale’ oblige buyers to pay a buyer's premium at 21% (including VAT) on the hammer price of each lot purchased. It should be noted that this VAT element is not recoverable as input tax. VAT: (*) indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate (presently 20%) on the hammer price as well as being an element in the buyer's premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers’ Margin Scheme. Lots without the above symbol indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price. This is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers' Margin Scheme. Condition of Lots: We are, primarily, agents for the seller. We are dependent on information provided by the seller and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are normally unable to carry



Buyer’s Registration: All attending bidders are required to register for a paddle before the sale begins and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. Some form of identification may be required if you are unknown to us. Absentee Bidding: If you are unable to attend the auction there are a number of options available to enable you to participate. When placing any absentee bids, please check and double check the lot numbers as this is the only definitive piece of information which guarantees your bid is executed on the lot you want. i.

Commission bidding: It is possible to leave commission bids with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers' premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. In some instances the auctioneer may also exceed your bid by one bid in order to secure the lot on the buyer’s

behalf. Commission bids are accepted by fax, e-mail and phone, and in all these instances, commission bidders are deemed to have read, understood and agreed to be bound by our conditions of sale. All commission bids should be received by close of business on the day prior to the auction. Any bids received later than this time cannot be guaranteed to be executed accurately. To ensure that bids are placed on the right lots please check all you lot numbers as this is the only piece of information which guarantees you buy the lot you want. ii.

Telephone bidding: We reserve the right for this service to be available on higher value lots only. The number of telephone lines is limited so we would urge serious telephone bidding only and ask that you be

prepared to bid over the low sale estimate. It is also advisable to leave a maximum covering bid in case we cannot contact you by telephone. All telephone bids should be received by close of business on the day prior to the auction and prospective purchasers booking lines are deemed to have read, understood and agreed to be bound by our conditions of sale. iii. Internet bidding: It is now possible to bid in real time online during the auction. This service is conducted through the website and you need to register with them to bid. There is a 3% + VAT fee for buying in this way which we collect on behalf of the service provider. Online bidders are deemed to have read, understood and agreed to be bound by our conditions of sale.

IMPORTANT NOTICES Electrical goods: These are sold as 'antiques' only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first. Post 1950s Furniture: All items of furniture included in this sale are offered as works of art. The items may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason they should not be used in a private dwelling. Coloured gemstones: It is accepted practice that many coloured gemstones are routinely treated to enhance their colour and possibly clarity, and unless otherwise stated in a individual written condition reports, it must be assumed that those offered for sale in this saleroom have possibly been subjected to such treatments. Clocks and Watches: Please note that with clock and watch lots we do not offer any opinion as to the originality of component parts, accompanying documentation, boxes or any other additional material. In the case that a watch has its factory seal intact it will not have been, and cannot be, opened by us. If a potential purchaser wishes to make an internal inspection of a watch which necessitates breaking a factory seal, this will only be possible on the understanding that the watch will be reinstated at the interested party’s expense, regardless of whether they are the purchaser. If a condition report is requested it will not include any opinion as to the originality, completeness or working condition of the movement. Potential buyers are strongly advised to make a physical inspection in person prior to bidding as we will not accept returns on such lots. By bidding you are deemed to have satisfied yourself with regard to the originality and working order, or otherwise, of all components of a lot. Coins: Please note that while we are happy to post coins, in doing so we will not accept any returns under section 15 of our standard conditions of sale, due to the possibility of lots being substituted once they have left Byrnes’ premises.

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Commission Bidding Form The auctioneers are pleased to execute commisions for purchasers who are unable to attend the sale. This form should be completed and returned to the auctioneer's office prior to the day of the sale. Please ensure that bids are recieved into the office no later than 5pm on Tuesday 11th December. Bids recieved later than this cannot be guarenteed to be executed. Please ensure that you have written the correct lot number for your bid.

Sale Date: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Description

Lot No.

Bid in £

As this service is without charge, the auctioneers cannot be held responsible for bids being lost or misunderstood, or for bids being missed for any reason whatsoever. The bid price does not include the buyers premium or any VAT chargeable on any lot. The auctioneer reserves the right to exceeed the maximum amount by one bid in order to secure the lot on your behalf.

Name: .............................................................................................................................................. Full Address: .................................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................................................................... Postcode:..................................................................Tel No: .......................................................... ............................................................................... E-mail: ........................................................... Date: ................................................................ Signature: ........................................................... I have read & agree to be bound by the conditions of Sale If you provide us with your email address we will notify you of all future sales. If you do not wish to be notified please tick the box



Lot 501

Pullman House, The Sidings, Boundary Lane, Saltney, Chester CH4 8RD

Byrnes Auctioneers  

Antiques, Coins and Desirable ObjectsWednesday 12th December 2012

Byrnes Auctioneers  

Antiques, Coins and Desirable ObjectsWednesday 12th December 2012