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Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Quarterly Specialist Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items Thursday 22nd November 2018


Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Jewellery section starts on page 102

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Lot 686

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Clevedon Salerooms Limited is Registered in England & Wales Company Registration number: 05786037 Registered Office:The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, Bristol, BS21 6TT Tel: 01934 830111


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Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Quarterly Specialist Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items Thursday 22nd November 2018 at 10.30am On view at the salerooms Tuesday 20th November 2pm - 5.30pm Wednesday 21st November 10am - 6.30pm Morning of sale from 9am

The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, Bristol, BS21 6TT T: 01934 830111 E: info@clevedon-salerooms.com Visit our website to see multiple images of every lot in this sale: www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Cover illustration: Lot 105 Back cover illustration: Lot 408 Catalogue price: ÂŁ8.00

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Detail of lot 194

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Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Our Services •

Regular FREE VALUATION DAYS see Auction Calendar and website for details www.clevedon-salerooms.com

Regular Sales of Antiques, Interiors, Collectables & Jewellery with on-line catalogues.

Quarterly Specialist Sales of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items.

Specialist full house clearance service ensuring that all potential assets in a property are realised, recycled where appropriate, or disposed of ethically.

Professional valuations for inheritance tax purposes in accordance with S160 INHERITANCE TAX ACT 1984.

Professional valuations for insurance purposes.

Directions from the M5 Located 5 minutes from junction 20 off the M5, take the first exit signed Yatton B3133. At the next roundabout take the first exit onto B3133, cross over the M5 and past the Drum & Monkey pub. Continue for a further 1 mile and Clevedon Salerooms is located on the left hand side.

Detail of lot 106


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Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

Results from the Previous Sale

£4,300

£8,900

Entries invited for the:

Quarterly Specialist Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items

£5,200

£9,300

Antiques, Interiors, Collectables & Jewellery Sale

Thursday 7th March 2019 at 10.30am

Free Valuation Days 26 & 27 10 & 11 7&8 21 & 22 4&5

November December January January February

9.30am - 1pm & 2pm - 5pm Held at the Salerooms For large collections and antique furniture we are pleased to visit by appointment.

Thursday 6th December At 10.30am Viewing day before 10am – 6.30pm

Alternatively, please email images of items you may be thinking of selling to info@clevedon-salerooms.com

Clevedon Salerooms Auctioneers & Valuers The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, Bristol, BS21 6TT Tel: 01934 830111 • www.clevedon-salerooms.com


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Marc Burridge Director

ASFAV

Marianne Burridge Director

Marc has been with Clevedon Salerooms for over 35 years. He has a wealth of experience across many subjects. Marc undertakes professional valuations for inheritance tax and insurance purposes, conducts auctions and visits private clients for sale valuations.

Marianne assists in the day-to-day running of the Salerooms, dealing with the large number of commission bids and helps with the administrative tasks associated with the auction

Toby Pinn Director

Mark Fraser ASFAV Senior Valuer & Cataloguer

BA MRICS

Chartered Arts & Antiques Surveyor Toby has been with the firm for over 15 years and has a degree in Fine Arts Valuation. He conducts auctions, undertakes RICS certified ‘Red Book’ valuations for inheritance tax and visits private clients for sale valuations.

Mark has worked at Clevedon Salerooms for over 30 years. He manages the considerable logistical task of cataloguing the sales and conducts valuations for inheritance tax, insurance and sale purposes.

Mark Huddleston MA Hons Valuer & Cataloguer

George Tricks Consultant

Mark has recently joined the firm and has over twenty years experience. Formerly a Head of Furniture and Clocks Department at Bonhams and latterly, Fellows, Mark assists with the cataloguing and undertakes valuations for inheritance tax and insurance purposes.

George has over 50 years experience in valuing and auctioning Fine Art and was partner in charge of the auction side of his family firm in Bristol.

Craig Bennett Saleroom Manager

Sheena Stoddard BA, M.Litt Fine Art Consultant

Craig is responsible for the setting up of sales, conducts research and undertakes the photography across all sales.

Sheena worked in the Fine Art department at the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery for 27 years and was curator there from 1997–2011. She has published extensively, particularly on Bristol artists.

Caroline Coles Office Manager & Accounts

John Kelly FGA, DGA Rj Dip Specialist Silver & Jewellery

Caroline has worked at Clevedon Salerooms for over 25 years and is the office manager, and deals with the accounts. She is also the IT administrator.

John is a Fellow of the Gemmological Association, holds the post-fellowship Gem Diamond Diploma, and the Retail Jewellers Diploma. He has been involved in Silver & Jewellery Auctions since 1985.

Zoe McGowan Pj Dip Assistant Cataloguer

Kim Jaehme Photographer & Internet Bidding Coordinator

Zoe assists in the cataloguing and sale of silver and jewellery and helps with general client administration.

FRICS

Kim assists Craig with the pre-sale sale photography, prepares condition reports, and on sale day operates the live internet bidding platform.


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Quarterly Specialist Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

THURSDAY 22ND NOVEMBER AT 10.30AM

ORDER OF SALE Lots

1-43

Furniture & Rugs

Lots

44-62

Lots

63-142

Clocks & Barometers

Lots

143-202

Ceramics & Glass

Lots

203-222

Royal Crown Derby including a collection of figural paperweights

Lots

223-278

Oriental to include: Furniture, Ceramics, Silver, Metalware, Ivory, Jade, Lacquer & Textiles

Lots

279-378

Collectors Items & Miscellanea to include: Metalware, Ephemera, Boxes, Advertising, Musical Boxes, Bottles, Stanhopes etc

Lots

379-397

Books

Lots

398-406

Stamps

Lots

407-423

Collection of Blue John

Lots

424-492

Medals, Decorations & Related Items

Lots

493-506

Militaria, Weapons & Related Items

Lots

507- 549

Silver & White Metal

Lots

550-680

Jewellery, Gold & Other Coins

Lots

681-728

Wristwatches & Pocket Watches

Lots

729-766

Wines & Spirits

Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Prints

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING EXPLANATORY INTRODUCTION TO OUR AUCTIONS IN ADDITION TO THE CONDITIONS OF SALE PRINTED TOWARDS THE BACK OF THIS CATALOGUE 1. Bidding by numbers will be used during this sale, all intending bidders must, therefore register their name, address and telephone number with the Auctioneers prior to the commencement of sale. Proof of identity may be required. 2. All lots must be paid for and collected no later than close of business on Friday 23rd November – any lots not cleared (unless special arrangements are made with the Auctioneers) will be subject to a storage charge. 3. METHODS OF PAYMENT – Payment can be made in cash as well as face-to-face credit or debit card payment. We will accept the majority of credit cards with an upper limit of £1,000. Please note that we do not accept remote card payments. In addition we accept payment by bank transfer and by cheque (all cheques must be cleared before removal of goods and this may take up to 8 working days). 4. A Buyer’s Premium of 20% plus VAT will be charged on the hammer price. 5. All items will be sold under the VAT Margin Scheme unless otherwise indicated 6. Please note no faults or imperfections are mentioned in the catalogue description, condition reports available on request. PLEASE NOTE ALL REQUESTS FOR TELEPHONE BIDS, SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY, AND AT OUR DISCRETION, MUST BE AGREED BY 5.00p.m. 21ST NOVEMBER. IT WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE TO ARRANGE ANY TELEPHONE BIDS ON DAY OF SALE

OUR NEXT QUARTERLY SPECIALIST SALE WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY 7TH MARCH 2019 PHOTOGRAPHY BY CRAIG BENNETT & KIM JAEHME


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IMPORTANT NOTICE PACKING & DISPATCH CLEVEDON SALEROOMS CAN ARRANGE PACKING AND SHIPPING FOR MANY OF THE ITEMS IN THE SALE. PLEASE CONTACT TERESA CONNOR TO DISCUSS A QUOTE ON 07799077384.

FOR LARGER ITEMS SUCH AS FURNITURE, ALBAN SHIPPING, CONTACT ANDREW JACKMAN TEL: 01582 493099 EMAIL: INFO@ALBANSHIPPING.CO.UK.

LOTS WILL NOT BE RELEASED UNTIL THE ACCOUNT HAS BEEN SETTLED IN FULL.

Furniture Lots 1-43

Lot 1

Lot 3

Lot 1 Antique marble urn, of squat Campana type, 79cm diameter x 62cm high on an associated stone pedestal £1000 - £1500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 3 Garden Statuary - Large pair of terracotta gate finials modelled as seated lions on integral square bases, previously white painted, 78cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 2 Lot 2 Cast iron circular tree seat, made in four sections, the top decorated with pierced palmettes, the eight supports with bunches of grapes, 144cm diameter £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 4 Lot 4 Garden Statuary - Large moulded terracotta model of a recumbent lion on integral rectangular base, 92cm x 45cm high £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 5 George III mahogany ‘D’ end dining table, comprising a pair of demi-lune end sections and two loose leaves resting upon gate legs, 215cm x 111cm x 71cm high (fully extended) £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 9 19th Century figured walnut dressing table mirror, in the early 18th Century taste, the shallow-bevelled plate with rounded top corners and crossgrain-moulded surround between moulded uprights with octagonal brass bolts, the inverted breakfront base with inlaid border over three conforming drawers on ogee bracket feet, 40cm x 23cm x 62.5cm high With handwritten sepia ink label beneath, 21.Walnut Glass, Misses Lee’s Sale Thame 12.6.1919 £7-17-6 £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 6 Lot 6 19th Century Continental walnut and figured walnut bedstead, having carved decoration, overall dimensions 174cm long x 131cm wide x 115cm high £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 10 Lot 10 Liberty & Co ‘The Leyden’ beech wall bracket, having a top plate shelf supported by tapered shaped brackets flanking a chromolithograph depicting Dutch characters on a quay, after Henri Cassiers, the reverse with ivorine label, overall width 122cm See Daryl Bennett - Liberty’s Furniture 1875-1915, page 179 £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 7 Lot 7 Continental figured walnut library or centre table, early 20th Century of wavy outline fitted two shaped frieze drawers with brass drop handles on carved cabriole supports, 152cm x 90cm x 79cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 8 Early 19th Century satinwood dressing table mirror, the plain rectangular plate within figured frame with ebony-strung edges between conforming uprights, the bow front base of matching design with three drawers raised upon ball feet, 51.5cm x 22cm x 56cm high £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 11 Late 17th Century-style oak table cabinet, of inverted breakfront form with geometric moulded door enclosing a shelf, over frieze drawer on moulded base and block feet, 44.5cm x 26cm x 59cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 12 Late 19th Century Middle Eastern inlaid octagonal occasional table, the dish top having mother-of-pearl, camel bone, wire-work and marquetry floral and foliate decoration, over eight conforming pierced sides, 44cm diameter x 53cm high £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 15 19th Century burr walnut cabinet on chest, in the early 18th Century taste, the crossgrainmoulded cornice over cushion-moulded frieze drawer and a pair of well-figured cabinet doors enclosing ten drawers each with moulded glass knob handles flanking central cupboard in turn enclosing three further drawers, the lower stage of two short and two long drawers also with glass knob handles and brass escutcheons, on plinth base, 113cm x 52cm x 163cm high £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 13 Lot 13 Venesta (Veneer Estonia for Isokon, London, 1933), a bent plywood (birch) stool, the rounded square top with central metal button and wing-nut on four conjoined supports and stretchers, remains of orange label beneath, 33cm square x 44.5cm high Developed for the ‘Isobar’ which Marcel Breuer designed for the Lawn Road Flats Hampstead, London £400 - £600 (+24% BP*) Lot 14 George III style mahogany snap top ‘pie-crust’ occasional table, the wavy edged top with foliate carving, on a gun barrel stem and three leaf carved supports, 83cm diameter x 70cm high £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 16 Lot 16 Georgian style oak high dresser by Bylaw of Norfolk, the upper stage with moulded cornice over iron pot hooks, planked back and two shelves, the lower stage with rectangular top over three drawers and three arch panelled cupboards, on bracket feet, 162cm x 46cm x 206cm high £300 - £400 (+24% BP*) Lot 17 19th Century mahogany chest on chest or tallboy, in the George III style, the moulded dentil cornice over two short and three graduated long cockbeaded drawers, each with pierced brass escutcheon and swan neck bale handle, the lower stage having a brushing slide over three further long graduated drawers of conforming design, on bracket feet, 115cm x 55cm x 186cm high £300 - £400 (+24% BP*) Lot 15 8

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Lot 18 Lot 18 Liberty & Co ‘Thebes’ stool, having a dished Dshape seat on three splayed supports, 36cm wide x 34cm high, sold with original Liberty receipt of June 1982 stating ‘Thebes Stool Liberty & Co Design No.16674 Reg. in 1884’ £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 20

Lot 19 Lot 19 Late 17th Century oak coffer, or bedding chest, the moulded rectangular top over lunette-carved frieze and three panel front of incised lozenges, the end stiles extending as legs, 133cm x 55cm x 72cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 20 19th Century mahogany chest-on-chest or tallboy, in the George III taste, the upper stage of canted form with dentil cornice over three short and three graduated long cockbeaded drawers with swan neck bale handles and cast escutcheons between fluted canted corners, the lower stage with brushing slide over three conforming long drawers on bracket feet, 112cm x 56cm x 189cm high £500 - £800 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 21 Lot 21 Late Victorian/Edwardian partners mahogany twin pedestal desk, the moulded rectangular top with gilt-tooled skiver above two short and one long frieze drawer each long side, upon two pedestals each having three drawers to one short side and a panelled cupboard enclosing shelf to the other upon plinth base, 181cm x 105cm x 77cm high £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 22 Late Victorian/Edwardian partners mahogany twin pedestal desk, the moulded rectangular top with gilt-tooled skiver above two short and one long frieze drawer each long side, upon two pedestals each having three drawers to one short side and a panelled cupboard enclosing shelf to the other upon plinth base, 178cm x 111cm x 75cm high £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 23 Late Victorian/Edwardian partners mahogany twin pedestal desk, the moulded rectangular top with gilt-tooled skiver above two short and one long frieze drawer each long side, upon two pedestals each having three drawers to one short side and a panelled cupboard enclosing shelf to the other upon plinth base, 183cm x 122cm x 78cm high £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 26 Lot 26 Ernest Gomme of High Wycombe - A set of five light oak ‘Cromwell’ chairs, comprising: four standards plus one arm chair, each with studded hide covered back and seat between triangular oak uprights (5) £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 24 Lot 24 Late 19th/early 20th Century mahogany library table, the moulded rectangular top with gilt-tooled skiver over three frieze drawers each long side on hexagonally faceted legs with brass caps and castors, 183cm x 106cm x 73cm high £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 27 Lot 27 Eight rush seated spindle back ash and fruitwood dining chairs, to include; two elbow chairs, each having a yoke top rail over two registers of spindles (the elbow chairs with three registers), the rush seat on club front legs and turned stretchers (8) £500 - £700 (+24% BP*) Lot 25 Lot 25 Figured walnut and marquetry centre table, the quartered circular top inlaid with a central panel of nesting birds within eight further alternate cartouches of floral sprays and musical trophies, the tilt top upon a carved bulbous stem and three foliage carved supports, 151cm diameter x 77cm high £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 30 Lot 30 Early 20th Century Chippendale style mahogany and beech rectangular topped centre table, having a carved edge, continuous blind fret frieze below, standing on segmented reeded supports united by a decorative cross stretcher, 96cm wide £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 28 Lot 28 Early 20th Century Art Nouveau carved beech and mahogany seven piece parlour/salon suite, comprising: a two seater settee, pair of open arm chairs and four standards, each having a stipplecarved panel of hearts and whiplash tendrils over studded padded back between Honesty flowers on studded seat and square section supports with flared feet, the armchairs and settee both with curved broadening arms (7) £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 29 Lot 29 19th Century Italian carved walnut ‘Scabello’ chair, the intricately-carved back with mask of Minerva or similar above oval panel pierced with foliage flanked by Blackamoor terms, the panelled solid seat on vase-shaped front support carved with foliate scrolls and a further female Blackamoor bust £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 31 Early Victorian walnut Canterbury, of three divisions, the rectangular frame on spindle-turned supports, four turned legs and ceramic castors, 56cm x 41cm x 41cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 32 Lot 32 18th Century and later walnut-veneered chest on stand, the upper stage with cavetto-moulded cornice over two short and three graduated long crossbanded drawers, on a well matched later stand with two short and two deep drawers, raised upon turned supports, shaped stretcher and bun feet, 96cm x 56cm x 152cm high £500 - £700 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 33 Mid Victorian figured walnut piano-top Davenport, the superstructure with gilt metal three quarter gallery, rising via a secret button to internal drawer and fitted three drawers between pigeon holes, the hinged serpentine front enclosing two drawers over pull-out skiver-inset writing surface, pen tray and compartments, the body of four faux and four true drawers with cabriole supports and concave fronted base on four turned feet with concealed castors, 54.5cm square x 110cm high (open) £600 - £800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 33

Lot 34 George III style mahogany two section display cabinet, in the Chippendale taste, 20th Century, the upper stage having a swan neck pediment with pierced foliate scroll work ornamentation over moulded cornice and arcaded frieze, a pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the lower stage having a gadroon-carved top and plinth framing a pair of fielded panelled doors enclosing further shelf, 112cm x 36cm x 213cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 35 Lot 35 19th Century mahogany chest of drawers, with brushing slide, in the George III taste and of small proportions, the rectangular top with moulded edge over brushing slide and four graduated cockbeaded long drawers, each with brass shield escutcheon and back plate bale handles, on bracket feet, 71.5cm x 46cm x 75cm high £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 34

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Lot 38 Lot 38 Modern Middle Eastern wool rug, having allover stylised foliate decoration on a red ground within multiborders, 427cm x 315cm £150 - £250 (+24% BP*) Lot 39 Middle Eastern rug, having allover tight-knit stylised foliate decoration on a blue ground within multiborders, 400cm x 310cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 36 Lot 36 Late 19th Century French ‘Vernis Martin’ bombe vitrine, the humped cornice with central gilt metal foliate scroll mount over a pair of shaped long doors with glazed upper section and portrait panels of couples beneath, enclosing a silk backed interior with glass shelves between shaped glazed sides and further panels on cabriole front legs with gilt sabots, 107cm x 49cm x 202cm high £1000 - £1500 (+24% BP*) Lot 37 Modern Eastern style rug, having geometric decoration on a mushroom ground within multiborders, 331cm x 246cm £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 40 Lot 40 Modern Chinese carpet, having traditional blue, pink and two-tone brown stylised decoration on a mushroom ground within multiborders, 338cm x 249cm £150 - £250 (+24% BP*) Lots 41-43 No lots

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Clocks & Barometers Lots 44-62

Lot 46 Lot 46 Oak cased twin fusee wall clock, the 14 inch white Roman dial named ‘J.W. Benson, Ludgate Hill London’, with wire-driven twin fusee movement and brass bezel within shaped surround, 57cm diameter £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 44 Lot 44 George III mahogany-cased brass dial 8-day longcase clock, Thomas Morgan, Aldford, the 12-inch break-arch brass dial having a silvered chapter ring with Roman hours and Arabic minutes framing subsidiary seconds dial beneath XII, vacant calendar aperture at VI, within urn spandrels, the arch with engraved boss and sea serpents, the movement rack-striking on a bell, the case with swan neck pediment over verre eglomise panels and Corinthian columns, the long shape arched trunk door between matching quadrant columns, 211cm high £300 - £400 (+24% BP*) Lot 45 19th Century oak and mahogany-cased painted dial 30-hour longcase clock, Thomas Gatward, Saffron Walden, circa 1830, the 12inch break-arch Roman dial with subsidiary seconds beneath XII, floral spandrels and an arch painted with a couple seated beside a river, the case with swan-neck pediment over turned columns, crossbanded trunk door between canted corners and conforming base, 204cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 47 Lot 47 Mid 19th Century French gilt brass mantel clock, with silk suspension, Vincenti and Cie, Paris, the 7cm white Roman dial with moon hands, the two train movement with silk suspension striking on a bell, the podium-style case with crouching figure of Cupid approaching Psyche over relief decoration, 32.5cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com


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Lot 49

Lot 51

Lot 53

Lot 51 Late 19th Century French brass-cased repeater carriage clock, Le Roy and Fils 1-15 Palais Royal Paris, the white Roman dial with Breguet moon hands over subsidiary alarm dial, the two-train movement striking on a blued steel coiled gong, with silvered lever platform escapement, in a gilt brass gorge case, 16.5cm high inclusive of handle £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 48 Lot 48 Art Nouveau bronzed spelter three piece clock garniture, the clock with cream Arabic dial, the two-train movement outside countwheel-striking on a bell, numbered 2571, the bulging case of whiplash design with bevelled mirror back on four supports, 43cm high, together with a pair of matching vases, each 34cm high (3) £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 49 Brass cased carriage clock, the white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and subsidiary alarm dial, marked to the centre L’Epee, Fondee en 1839, Sainte Suzanne, 19.5cm high inclusive of folding handle £300 - £400 (+24% BP*) Lot 50 19th Century French burr walnut mantel clock, the white Roman dial with Breguet moon hands, the single-train timepiece movement with vertically mounted lever platform escapement, the figured case with gilt brass swing handle, glazed front panel and plinth base, 17cm high inclusive of folding handle £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 52 Early 20th Century brass cased ‘mignonette’ carriage timepiece, having a white Roman dial and single train movement with lever platform escapement, in a corniche case, 9.5cm high inclusive of swing handle, in fitted hide travel box £300 - £400 (+24% BP*) Lot 53 Early 20th Century ivory-cased miniature carriage clock, having a 3cm white Roman dial with Breguet moon hands, the back-wound single train timepiece movement with lever platform escapement, stamped Made In France 2203, the oblong case on bun feet, 10cm high inclusive of plated handle £150 - £200 (+24% BP*) Lot 54 Late 19th/early 20th Century brass cased miniature carriage timepiece, having a 2cm diameter white Roman dial, the movement vertically-mounted balance wheel and silvered back plate stamped France Deposé, the engine turned case with swing handle on ball feet, 6cm high inclusive of handle, in a gilt-tooled tan hide display box with double doors to front £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 55 Rare mid 19th Century brass cased ‘R.E.D.’ travelling timepiece or carriage clock, Edward Whistler, Paris & London, having an 8cm white Roman dial with blued steel spade hands, the chain-fusee movement with unusual 2-plane lever escapement, the circular case with cylindrical glazing framed by six split pillars with loop surmount and turned feet, 10.5cm diameter x 15.5cm high inclusive of loop handle For a similar example see Allix, Charles and Bonnert, Peter ‘Carriage Clocks, their history and development, ACC 1974, P.213, Plate VIII/29 where illustrated a similar example £600 - £900 (+24% BP*)

Lot 55

Lot 56 Lot 56 Early 20th Century pocket watch, retailed by Mappin & Webb, London, having a white Roman dial and subsidiary seconds at XII, within brass novelty surround modelled as a ships bulkhead housing with winder beneath the I, on circular wooden backing, 11.5cm diameter overall £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 57 Lot 57 Late 19th/early 20th Century Swiss desk timepiece, retailed by W. Thornhill & Co Ltd, 144 New Bond Street, London, the 4.5cm white Roman dial with subsidiary seconds at VI, the back-wound movement with lever platform escapement, stamped 684161, the casing with gun-metal surround and brass easel support, 7cm diameter £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 60 Late Victorian silver cased pocket barometer, sponsors mark L.N., London 1897, 5cm diameter £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 58 Lot 58 Mid 20th Century marine chronometer, Thomas Mercer, 21730, having a 10cm silvered Roman dial with State of Wind below XII and subsidiary seconds at VI, the four pillar chain fusee movement with blued steel screws, the gimballed housing also stamped 21730, within glazed deck box with plaque ‘Supplied by B. Cooke and Sons Ltd Market Place, Hull No.21730’, 19cm square x 17cm high £500 - £700 (+24% BP*)

Lot 59 Lot 59 Victorian silver cased pocket barometer, sponsors mark of Philip Woodman & Sons, London 1891, with engraved crest, 5cm diameter, cased £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 61 Lot 61 George V silver cased carriage or desk timepiece, having a 3.5cm white Roman dial, the back-wound movement with lever platform escapement stamped Made in France, the engineturned case with hinged rear door on four bun feet, sponsors mark of Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1916, 10cm high inclusive of swing handle £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 62 Lot 62 George V engine turned silver cased travel alarm clock, the off-white dial with Arabic numerals, sponsors’ mark of Rotherham & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1935, 18.25cm x 17.25cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Prints Lots 63-142

Lot 64

Lot 66

Lot 65

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Lot 63 Archibald Kay (1860-1935) - Oil on panel Architectural view with flower garden, signed, 33.5cm x 25cm £60 - £90 (+24% BP*) Lot 64 William A.Breakspeare (1855-1914) - Oil on canvas - Weary, being an interior scene with a maid resting before the fire, signed, 29.25cm x 21.5cm £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 65 John Sanderson Wells (1872-1955) - Oil on canvas - 17th Century interior with swordsmen, signed, 39.5cm x 49.5cm, A.R. £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 66 Lionel Charles Henley (1843-1893) - Oil on canvas - A Flying Visit, signed, 34.5cm x 24cm £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 67 Florence A. Saltmer (fl.1882-1908) - Oil on canvas - He Loves Me He Loves Me Not, being a study of two young harvesters, signed, 44.5cm x 24cm £300 - £450 (+24% BP*) Lot 68 Arthur Charles Fare (1878-1958) - Watercolour - Corn Street, Bristol, signed, 34cm x 24cm, A.R. £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 69 Theresa Sylvester Stannard (1898-1947) Watercolour - In A Cotswold Village, signed, verso with two Frost & Reed labels, one numbered 4188 and dated 1943, 26.5cm x 36.75cm £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 70 19th Century English School - Oil on canvas Study of a lady seated at a window, unsigned, 35cm x 29.5cm £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lot 69

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Lot 71 Fernand Toussaint (Belgian 1873-1956) Oil on canvas – Portrait of Miss Germaine Zoé Jeanne Marie Robyns (1894-1988) aged 21. The painting bears the Robyns’ family coat of arms to the top left of the canvas. Signed and dated 1915. 117cm x 87cm. In original carved gilt gesso frame. AR Provenance: The property of a Belgian noble family, by direct descent. The portrait was a 21st birthday gift in 1915 from Miss Robyns’ parents. Born and raised in Brussels; the dress worn by Miss Robyns was created specifically for the sitting at the request of Toussaint who provided a coloured drawing to his design prior to the sitting in order that the picture would not date too quickly. Miss Robyns recalled that for the sitting, Toussaint gave her a few dried flowers to hold, painting the fresh flowers afterwards. The Robyns knew Toussaint socially and Miss Robyns played tennis with the artist. The Robyns family, their coat of arms comprising a shield with three ruby set gold rings, the third obscured by a diagonal silver fish, is extensively documented from the medieval period to the present day. Perhaps the most celebrated of the lineage is the eccentric Martin Jean Ghislain Dominique Robyns (1777-1852) who features in a number of 19th Century literary works, including Alexandre Dumas’ – ‘My Memoirs’; Mrs Trollope’s ‘Belgium and Western Germany1833 ’ and Charles Dickens ‘Household Words‘ Volume 12. Dickens wrote of his visit to Robyns’ large property in Brussels: ‘M. Robyns is a rich man, a millionaire, whose passion and pursuit it has been, from youth upwards, to collect the most incongruous articles and curiosities of every possible description and kind.... I shall but allude, slightly, to what I beheld in a hasty survey, my object being solely to draw the attention of travellers to a place very well worth the trouble of visiting’. £15000 - £20000 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 72 William Stone (19th Century) - Oil on canvas Cottage Near Hereford, signed and dated 1894, 39.5cm x 60cm £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 73 Lot 73 Louis Pastour (French 1876-1948) - Oil on panel - Les Ponchettes, Nice, signed, inscribed and dated 1934 to verso, 45cm x 37cm AR £1000 - £1500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 76 Lot 76 Thomas Benjamin Kennington (1856-1916) Oil on canvas - Molly, The Maid Of The Inn, signed and dated 1916, 51cm x 42cm £800 - £1200 (+24% BP*) Lot 77 Alfred Morgan (fl.1862-1904) - Oil on board The Good Samaritan, signed, 13.5cm x 21.25cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 74 Louis Pastour (French 1876-1948) - Double sided pen and ink sketch - Les Ponchettes, Nice 32.5cm x 25cm and A landscape with buildings, signed and indistinctly titled, 17cm x 32.5cm A.R. £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 75 Attributed to Lady Maxwell (19th Century) Watercolour - View near Cortina, Italy, 16cm x 11.75cm £30 - £45 (+24% BP*)

Lot 78 Lot 78 David Bates (1841-1921) - Oil on canvas - On The Border Of the New Forest, signed, inscribed to verso and with Frost & Reed label numbered 32693, 43.5cm x 59cm £1000 - £1500 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 80 Andrew Beer (1862-1954) - Oil on canvas Prize Racing Pigeon ‘My Hope’, bred by G.E. Biddle of Almondsbury, 29.25cm x 39.5cm, A.R £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 81 Lot 81 Andrew Beer (1862-1954) - Oil on canvas Prize Racing Pigeon ‘Old Derby’, bred and raced by J.E. Dunstone, 29cm x 39cm, A.R.

Lot 79 Lot 79 Andrew Beer (1862-1954) - Pair of oils on canvas - Prize Racing Pigeons, not named as is usual but with script ‘Special Prize given by H. Burt, Esq, for Best Combined average. Won by H. Attwood, Excelsior H.S. 1906’ and ‘Special Prize given by H. Burt Esq for Best Old Bird Average. Won by H. Attwood, Excelsior H.S. 1906’, each signed W.A. Beer, 29.5cm x 39.5cm A.R. £500 - £700 (+24% BP*)

During World War II Joseph Dunstone's 'Old Derby' was part of the Special Section of the Royal Signals. He was dropped over enemy territory in 1941, returning with important information £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 82 Lot 82 Attributed to Edward Sherard Kennedy (fl.1863-1895) - Oil on canvas - A rural landscape, unsigned, verso with stencilled initials E.S.K., 45cm x 75cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 83 Lot 83 John Willis (19th Century) - Pair of oils on canvas - Portishead looking across the Severn, signed and dated 1855 and Near Portishead, signed and dated 1836, 42cm x 59.5cm £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 84 19th Century English School - Oil on canvas Half-length portrait of a seated lady wearing a floral lace cap and black dress, unsigned, 75cm x 62cm £200 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 85 Lot 85 Eduard Stiegel (German 1818-1879) - Oil on canvas - A town scene with figures, signed E. Stiegeil and dated 1849, 95.5cm x 118cm £3000 - £4000 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 86 Lot 86 Robin Brooks (b.1943) - Oil on canvas - Action Between Constitution And Guerriere, August 19th 1812, signed, 49.5cm x 75cm, A.R. £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 89 Lot 89 Robert Leslie Howey (1900-1981) - Watercolour - The Swing Bridge, Whitby, signed, 14.5cm x 19.5cm A.R. £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 90 Robert Leslie Howey (1900-1981) - Watercolour - A moonlit coastal view with fishing vessels, probably Whitby, signed, 21.5cm x 27cm A.R. £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 87 Lot 87 Les Matthews (b.1946) - Oil on board - A fantasy scene with a figure in a terraced garden, signed and dated 1974, 61cm x 91cm, A.R. £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 88 Lot 88 Charles Robert Doyly-John (1906-1993) - Oil on canvas - Cap d’Antibes, signed, inscribed to verso and with Frost & Reed label numbered 19420, 43.5cm x 64cm A.R. £500 - £800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 91 Lot 91 Gyrth Russell (1892-1970) - Oil on canvas - The Quay, Newlyn, signed in full, 50cm x 70.5cm A.R. £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 92 Lot 92 19th Century English School - Watercolour miniature - Portrait of a young lady wearing a white dress and gold necklace, 9.5cm x 7.25cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 93 Early 20th Century English School - Circular miniature - Portrait of a young girl with a pink ribbon in her hair, signed with initials O.H. and dated 1912, 7.25cm diameter £50 - £80 (+24% BP*) Lot 94 19th Century French School - Oval miniature Portrait of a lady wearing a cream dress with a lace collar, unsigned, 8cm x 5cm £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 95 Lot 95 19th Century French School - Oval miniature Portrait of a lady wearing a pink dress and bonnet, unsigned, 9.75cm x 8cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 96 Lot 96 Andrew Plimer (1763-1837) - Oval miniature Portrait of a gentleman, possibly the Reverend Temple Fiske Chevallier, (1764-1816), Rector of Badingham, Suffolk during the late 1700’s, 6.75cm x 6cm approx, mounted in an oval gold frame £800 - £1200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 97 Lot 97 Late 19th/early 20th Century Greek School Watercolour miniature on ivory - Three quarter length study of a man with a long grey beard, signed Pouros, 12cm x 9cm, in a fine quality cast gilt brass easel frame £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 98 Lot 98 Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988) - Limited edition etching with aquatint - Owl, No.28/100, signed, titled and numbered in pencil, image size 35cm x 47cm, unframed, A.R. £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 99 I.D. Murray (19th/20th Century) - Watercolour Titania And Puck from A Midsummer Nights Dream, signed, 12.5cm x 15cm, in a floral decorated cast ormolu frame £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com


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Lot 102 Beryl Cook (1926-2008) - Signed limited edition print - Four Hungry Cats, signed in pencil and with Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp denoting No.71 from a limited edition of 750, published by Alexander Gallery 1977, 40.5cm x 35cm, A.R £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 103 Beryl Cook (1926-2008) - Signed limited edition print - Art Class, signed in pencil and with Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp denoting No.448 from a limited edition of 750, published by Alexander Gallery 1979, 42cm x 42cm, A.R. £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 100 Lot 100 Attributed to John Joseph Barker of Bath (fl.1835-1866) - Pen and ink drawing - Study of a young boy with donkey and hound, signed, 18cm x 21.75cm £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lot 101 George Mackley (1900-1983) - Two wood engravings - Horsepond, signed and titled in pencil, 12.5cm x 15cm and Moorings, No.24/75, signed, titled and numbered and dedicated to Mrs Millett in pencil, 12.75cm x 10.25cm, A.R. £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 104 Lot 104 Beryl Cook (1926-2008) - Signed limited edition poster for the 33rd London Film Festival 1989, No.93/100, signed and numbered in pen, 74cm x 53cm, A.R. £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 105 Lot 105 Banksy (b.1974) - Limited edition screen print in colours - Love Rat, No.450/600, published by Pictures On Walls, numbered and with blind stamp, 46.5cm x 32.5cm, A.R. With Pest Control authentication and with copy of original sales receipt from Monet Collectable Art of Shepton Mallet ÂŁ3000 - ÂŁ4000 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 106 Lot 106 Banksy (b.1974) - Limited edition screen print in colours - Applause, No.251/500, published by Pictures On Walls, numbered and with blind stamp, 65.5cm x 104cm, A.R. With Pest Control authentication and with copy of original sales receipt from Monet Collectable Art of Shepton Mallet £3000 - £4000 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 107 Lot 107 Arthur K. Maderson (b.1942) - Oil on board Weymouth Study, signed with initials and inscribed to verso, 20.5cm x 24cm, A.R. £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 108 Lot 108 Jack Vettriano (b.1951) - Signed limited edition print - Just Another Day, No.374/495, signed and numbered in pencil, 71cm x 55.5cm A.R. £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 109 Lot 109 Deborah Jones (1921-2012) - Oil on canvas Still life with books, flowers and birds nest, signed and dated 1972, 50cm x 75cm, A.R. £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 110 Lot 110 James Tissot (French 1836-1902) - Etching Portrait of Miss L or A Door Must Be Either Open Or Closed, artists red stamp, 36.5cm x 19.5cm £500 - £800 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 111 Frank Shipsides (1908-2005) - Watercolour - Bristol Cathedral, signed and dated 1979, 37cm x 49.5cm, A.R. £60 - £90 (+24% BP*) Lot 112 Frank Shipsides (1908-2005) - Watercolour - John Wesley’s Chapel, Broadmead, Bristol, signed and dated 1977, 37cm x 26.5cm, A.R. £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lot 113 Frank Shipsides (1908-2005) - Oil on board - Nocturne, signed, 50cm x 36.5cm, A.R. £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 114 John Piper (1903-1992) - Watercolour and bodycolour - Lawrenny, signed and inscribed ‘Lawrenny 1.1.59’, 34.25cm x 54.5cm A.R. Provenance - Piccadilly Gallery to Colonel F. Towill, 27th May 1960 and then by descent to the vendor £6000 - £8000 (+24% BP*) Lot 113

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Lot 115 Lot 115 William Gilbert Foster (1855-1906) - Large oil on canvas - Robin Hood’s Bay, signed Gilbert Foster ‘99, verso with hand written label ‘Coy Spring, Gilbert Foster R.B.A., Beechwood, Halton. Leeds’, 85cm x 151cm £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 120 Lot 120 Charles Brooke Branwhite (1851-1929) Watercolour - Old Down, Dartmoor, signed, 49cm x 75cm £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 116 C. Walch (fl. 1920-1925) - Oil on canvas - Going Home, being a rural landscape with two figures on a lane, signed and dated 1922, 29cm x 35cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 117 19th Century English School - Watercolour Coastal seascape with a naval frigate and Man ‘o ‘war, unsigned, 33cm x 57cm £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 121 Lot 121 Bartram Hiles (1872-1927) - Watercolour Bristol City Docks, signed, 26cm x 38cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 118 Lot 118 Richard Henry Nibbs (1816-1893) Watercolour - An estuary view with sailing vessels, signed, 34cm x 49cm £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 119 Bartram Hiles (1872-1927) - Watercolour Rural landscape, signed, 44cm x 74cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 122 Lot 122 Samuel John Lamorna Birch (1869-1955) Watercolour - From A Window In Angus, signed and dated 1944, 24.5cm x 44.75cm A.R. £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 123 Lot 123 Frederick John Widgery (1861-1942) Watercolour - The Valley Of Rocks, Lynton, 28cm x 46cm £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 125 Lot 125 19th Century English School - Oil on panel View across the Stour, Harvesting, unsigned, 28cm x 40cm Previously attributed to John Constable, see accompanying album with letters dated 1953 £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 126 19th Century English School - Watercolour Study of a three masted merchant vessel, unsigned, 31.5cm x 45cm£100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 124 Lot 124 Pietro Michis (Italian 1834-1903) - Watercolour - Interior scene with a lady studying a painting, signed and dated 1895, 41.5cm x 29cm £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 127 Lot 127 19th Century English School - Oil on canvas - A British Merchant vessel wrecked on the rocks, 24.5cm x 35cm £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 128 George Turner (1843-1910) - Oil on board - A Grassy Lane Near Breedon, Leicestershire, signed, inscribed to verso and dated 1906, 28cm x 42.5cm £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 129 Lot 129 George Turner (1841-1910) - Oil on canvas - A Derbyshire Hamlet, signed, 32cm x 52.5cm £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 130 20th Century Continental School - Oil on board Tavern interior with an elderly man seated at a table, signed Pap, 39.5cm x 29.25cm £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 134 Lot 134 David Dipnall (b.1941) - Oil on canvas - Edge Of The Wood, signed, 29cm x 39cm, A.R. £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 135 David Dipnall (b.1941) - Oil on canvas - A rural landscape with figures in a meadow, signed, 48.5cm x 74cm, A.R. £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 131 George Cruikshank (1792-1878) - Signed first proof engraving - The Worship Of Bacchus or The Drinking Customs Of Society, printed by R. Holdgate, published June 20th 1864 by William Tweedie, signed in pencil, dimensions of image 55.5cm x 98.5cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 132 Lot 132 Clive Madgwick (b.1934) - Oil on canvas - An East Anglian Village View With Windmill, signed, 39.5cm x 49.5cm, A.R. £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 133 Late 19th/early 20th Century English School Watercolour - Squinting At The Sun, being a riverside landscape with two native boys on the banks, unsigned, 36cm x 52.25cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) 34

Lot 136 Lot 136 Anthony Scullion (b.1967) - Oil on card Birthday, unsigned, 61cm x 47cm, A.R. Provenance: Purchased from the artist at one of his student exhibitions £400 - £600 (+24% BP*) Lot 137 20th Century School - Oil on canvas laid on board - Abstract composition, unsigned, 23.25cm x 29.5cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 138 Adrian Hill (1895-1977) - Pair of pastel and pencil studies - Rural landscapes, each signed, 21.25cm x 30.5cm, A.R. £60 - £90 (+24% BP*) Lot 139 David Bethel (1923-2006) - Oil on board Chestnut Farm, Tugby, signed and dated 1995, 34.5cm x 44.5cm A.R. £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 140 Lot 140 Donald Ash (1890-1964) - Watercolour - The Last Load, being a rural landscape with harvesters, signed, 48cm x 63cm A.R. £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 141 Lot 141 John Crossley (b. 1952) - Oil on board - No. 3 Fowey, being an abstract coastal view, unsigned, verso with artist’s label dated 1984, 23.75cm x 33.75cm A.R. £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 142 Lot 142 Kerry Darlington (b.1974) - Limited edition 3D resin print - Phoenix Feathers, No.179/295, signed and numbered, with certificate, 91cm x 43cm, A.R. £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

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Ceramics & Glass Lots 143-202

Lot 143 Lot 143 Two Carl Thieme, Potschappel circular plaques, each painted in the Berlin manner, the first with a study of a lady holding a bouquet of flowers and a branch of roses, the underside titled ‘Keine Rosen Ohne Dornen’ (No roses without thorns), the second with a half-length portrait of a lady with a wide brimmed hat with ostrich feather plumes, titled ‘Duches Of Devonchire’ (Duchess of Devonshire), each having typical heavily gilded borders, 35.5cm diameter £500 - £800 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 144 Early 20th Century Meissen comport, having central painted foliate decoration within four reserve panels, each having heavily gilded foliate decoration in relief on a blue ground, the base with conforming gilt and blue decoration, blue crossed swords mark, 27.5cm diameter £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 145 Pair of late 19th Century Continental pottery figures, depicting a gaily dressed young lady and gentleman, each seated and feeding a hound, 39.5cm and 40.5cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 146 Collection of twelve Beswick figures, from the Peter Scott Wild Fowl Series comprising: Mallard (small, first version), Mallard (small, second version), Goosander, King Eider, Shelduck, Shoveler, Pochard (small), Wigeon, Smew, Tufted Duck, Teal and Mandarin Duck (small) £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com


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Lot 147 Lot 147 Beswick equestrian figure - Lipizzaner With Rider No.2467, second version £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 149 Lot 149 Royal Worcester limited edition equestrian figure - Arkle, modelled by Doris Lindner, No. 239/500, with certificate, and on the original wooden plinth, 27cm high inclusive of plinth £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 148 Lot 148 Royal Worcester limited edition equestrian figure - Nijinsky, modelled by Doris Lindner, No.58/500, with certificate and on the original wooden plinth, 28cm high inclusive of plinth £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 150 Lot 150 Royal Worcester limited edition equestrian figure - Hyperion, modelled by Doris Lindner, limited to 500 pieces, and on the original wooden plinth, 26cm high inclusive of plinth £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 151 Lot 151 Royal Worcester limited edition equestrian figure - H.R.H. Princess Anne on Doublet, modelled by Doris Lindner, No.32/750, with certificate and on the original wooden plinth, 31cm high inclusive of plinth £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 154 Lot 154 Wedgwood parian bust of Pope John Paul II, (1920-2005), modelled in traditional Papal vestments on a socle, both sections with impressed mark, 34.5cm high overall This model is believed to be a trial piece to commemorate the Pope’s visit to the United Kingdom in 1982 £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 152 Lot 152 Set of seven Royal Doulton figures - King Henry VIII and his six wives - King Henry VIII HN.3458, Anne Boleyn HN.3232, Catherine Of Aragon HN.3233, Anne Of Cleves HN.3356, Catherine Parr HN.3450, Catherine Howard HN.3449 and Jane Seymour HN.3349, King Henry VIII No.573/9500 and the six wives each No.11/9500, all with certificates with the exception of Jane Seymour £400 - £500 (+24% BP*) Lot 153 Pair of late 19th Century Royal Worcester figural candlesticks, formed as a young gallant and lady, each with a wicker basket on their shoulder, impressed marks, 28.75cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 155 Wedgwood Prestige caneware Abolition of Slavery bicentennial vase, one of approximately ten worldwide, of two-handled ovoid form (shape 1316), modelled with two oval cameos each of a kneeling slave, one captioned ‘AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER?’, 32cm high, in fitted box of issue, sold with a framed photograph depicting the vase being shown to Queen Elizabeth II, and signed beneath £1000 - £1500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 157 Lot 157 Wedgwood Prestige gilded black basalt Portland vase, the rim, relief decoration and base all gilt-enriched, impressed WEDGWOOD MADE IN ENGLAND, 25.5cm high, with original fitted box of issue £1000 - £1500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 156 Lot 156 Wedgwood creamware replica ‘Frog Service’ glacier or ice cream tureen, reproduced to mark the bicentenary of the death of Josiah Wedgwood, after the service made for Empress Catherine II (The Great) of Prussia in 1773-4, having a domed cover modelled with three seated Sybils above landscape vignettes, two-handled collar and liner, the lobed two handled body with view of Harewood House over green frog shields on ogee foot, printed marks, 32cm across lugs x 37cm high, sold with a limited edition book, ‘The Green Frog Service’, Cacklegoose Press, 1995, (wherein a matching example illustrated p.168), in green cloth gilt with slip case, (2) £400 - £600 (+24% BP*) Lot 158 Lot 158 Wedgwood Prestige pale blue jasper ware two handled urn and cover, the latter with acorn finial, over ovoid body decorated to oval medallions with figures amidst swags on socle and square base, 30cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%. Lots marked A.R. will be subject to an additional fee - please see information on page 96

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Lot 159 Lot 159 Pair of Wedgwood agate slipware urns and covers, each raised upon square base, one marked beneath ‘Agate vase based on an eighteenth Century original no. 4 in a limited edition of 75’ (the other numbered 5), each 18cm high £700 - £900 (+24% BP*)

Lot 161 Lot 161 Josiah Wedgwood & Sons (Etruria) Armorial Crests and Special Commissions sample plaque, early 20th Century, depicting twenty-three numbered assorted crests, coats of arms, emblems, cyphers, monograms etc, including ‘SECOND STAFFORDSHIRE’ (Regiment), eagle crest of the United States of America, various style and methods including acid gilding and enamel, named in gilt above, printed mark verso, 19.5cm x 27.5cm £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 162 Three Wedgwood ‘Museum Series’ three colour jasper ware ‘Trophy Dice’ plates, comprising: one dark blue, pale blue and yellow, together with a pair black, white and yellow each centred by a classical chariot scene of Aurora after William Hackwood within geometric borders, 23cm diameter (3) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 160 Lot 160 Wedgwood Prestige black and white jasper chess set, after the design by Arnold Machin of 1938, comprising: sixteen white jasper and sixteen black basalt figural pieces modelled in faux Medieval style, the Kings 15cm high, complete with original walnut presentation box having a parquetry inlaid chess board top, the hinged cover 56cm square £700 - £900 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 163 Lot 163 Large Wedgwood pale blue jasper ware plaque, decorated with the Apotheosis of Homer after the 1786 John Flaxman Jnr original, 20.5cm x 29.5cm, in entitled black plush surround and gilt frame £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 164 Early 20th Century Wedgwood dark blue jasperware baluster shaped vase, commemorating the centenary of the death of Lord Nelson 1905, one side decorated with a relief portrait, the other with a winged classical figure, the shoulders with applied sphinx heads, impressed marks, 25.75cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 168 Lot 169 Pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware baluster shaped vases, each having stylised foliate decoration on a mottled blue ground, impressed marks and unidentified artists and assistants monogrammes, 21.75cm high £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 165 Coalport bone china fruit-painted ram’s head vase and cover, the mazarin blue ground with cream border and moulded gilt ram’s head handles flanking a shaped panel hand painted with fruit, signed L. Owen, on domed foot with cut square plinth, blue printed mark, 24cm high £150 - £200 (+24% BP*) Lot 166 Georges Jaéglé Art Deco lemon and off-white crackle glazed pottery vase, of ovoid form, the underside signed and with number 106, circa 1930, 29cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 167 Two Royal Doulton limited edition loving cups, the first commemorating the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 1953 No.372/1000, the second her Silver Jubilee of 1977 No.127/250, each 27cm high £150 - £200 (+24% BP*) Lot 168 Royal Doulton limited edition loving cup, commemorating the Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth 1937, No.160/2000, 26.5cm high £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 170 Lot 170 Royal Worcester blush cased mantel clock, having gilt and green classical swag decoration, the off-white enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, printed marks, shape number 2373 and date code for 1912, 18cm high £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 172

Lot 173

Lot 171 Elton Ware ovoid vase, having a wide flared neck, decorated with typical stylised foliage on a green/blue ground, base with signature, 25.5cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 172 Peter Hayes red burnished studio pottery axe head sculpture, the underside with incised signature and dated ‘92, 18.25cm high £50 - £80 (+24% BP*) Lot 173 Brannam pottery vase by Frederick Bowdon, being of circular two tier form, the upper tier supported by three dolphins, typical allover slip decoration depicting fish amongst weed, incised marks and dated 1908, 20cm high £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 174 18th Century Continental polychrome decorated Delft flask, or water bottle having two reserves, one with a man fishing at a riverbank, the other with a man in a boat and two swans on a river, two lug handles to either side, 25.25cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 175 Early 19th Century Staffordshire pottery model of a chest of drawers, the top and sides with spongework decoration, 14.5cm wide x 16.25cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 176 Pair of early 19th Century Staffordshire offwhite glazed pearlware figures, depicting the Welsh Tailor and his wife, 14.25cm and 14.75cm high £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 177 Lot 177 18th Century English Delft bowl, possibly Brislington or Temple Back, decorated with a continuous chinoiserie landscape with a fisherman on a bridge, 20.25cm diameter £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 178 Lot 178 Late 18th Century Staffordshire pottery documentary oval relief plaque, having polychrome decoration depicting a pottery workshop with a man and two children at a potters wheel, the reverse with script ‘Model’d In the year 1795 by I. Williams & Colour’d by H.Clarke’, 14cm x 16.5cm £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 179 Lot 179 Pair of early 19th Century Derby porcelain dessert dishes, each having painted foliate decoration within a gilt border, red painted marks, 24.75cm wide £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 180 Lot 180 Early 19th Century Rockingham biscuit figure, circa 1825, depicting a boy seated on an upturned basket, flowers in his hand and hat, some flower heads picked out in lilac, the underside with incised X, 10.25cm high £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 181 Lot 181 Chamberlain Worcester porcelain figure of a cat and kitten, circa 1830, each having grey markings and on a green glazed rectangular base, unmarked, 6.5cm high See Dennis G. Rice - Cats In English Porcelain, page 41, colour plate 29 £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 186

Lot 187

Lot 184 Attributed to Ansbach - 18th Century German porcelain figure depicting a young girl holding a basket of flowers, 11.5cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 182 Lot 182 18th Century English polychrome porcelain bowl, Worcester or Liverpool, well decorated with a Chinese Family pattern, the interior with red crows foot decoration to the rim and central floral sprig, 11cm diameter £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 185 Valenciennes porcelain baluster shaped dredger, the screw cover with a foliate knop, allover polychrome painted decoration with gilt highlights and blue banding, the underside with gilt L.V. monogram, 12.75cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 186 19th Century Vienna style porcelain oval plaque, painted with a head and shoulders portrait of a young girl, impressed numerals 12, 13cm x 10cm £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 187 19th Century Meissen figure, of a Bullfinch, 14cm high £150 - £250 (+24% BP*) Lot 188 Five Meissen figures of birds, 19th/early 20th Century, 12.25cm-14cm high £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 183 Lot 183 Mid 18th Century Worcester miniature teapot, painted with The Rock Warbler pattern, 8.5cm high £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 189 Rare Champions Bristol porcelain jug, circa 1780, polychrome decorated with floral swags, gilt highlights and moulded maskhead spout, the underside with painted X and numeral 1, also with various exhibition and collection labels, 20cm high £1000 - £1500 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 191 Lot 191 John Rose Coalport four piece tea set, circa 1805, decorated in a Japan pattern with buildings amongst foliage in gilded orange, pale blue and green, comprising: oval teapot 14.5cm high, teapot stand, lidded sucriere and cream jug

Lot 190 Lot 190 Champions Bristol tankard, circa 1780, polychrome painted with floral sprays and sprigs, unmarked, the underside with Albert Amor Ltd label for the Exhibition of the Peter Stephens Collection 1978, 13.5cm high £500 - £700 (+24% BP*)

See Geoffrey A. Godden - Coalport and Coalbrookdale Porcelains, page 168, colour plate II £150 - £250 (+24% BP*) Lot 192 Three Persian pottery tiles, the first decorated with a seated lady amongst foliage in pale greens and pink, the second decorated with a bird in similar tones, the third with bright polychrome decoration on an off-white ground, all 21cm x 21cm approx £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 195 Wilkinson’s Art Deco design coffee set, comprising: Bonjour shape teapot, cream jug and sugar basin, together with seven conical cups and five saucers, all having brown and green banded decoration on a cream ground, height of coffee pot 19.25cm £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 196 Panel of twenty 18th Century English Delft tiles, Bristol, London and Liverpool, all having blue and white painted decoration, subjects include Biblical scenes, landscapes etc, overall dimensions 68cm x 58cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 193 Lot 193 Persian Qajar bottle vase, early 19th Century, typically decorated with figures in a landscape on a blue ground, 31.75cm high £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 197 Lot 197 Webb Cameo Fleur glass vase, amethyst stylised foliage overlaid onto a clear ground, 20.75cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 198 Bertil Vallien for Kosta Boda - Modern glass sculpture - Head Of Janus, limited edition of 500, etched marks and standing on a slate block base, overall height 18.5cm £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 194 Lot 194 Early 20th Century Italian Maiolica charger by Torquato Castellani, Rome, (b.1846), having painted decoration depicting head and shoulders studies of four Renaissance men amongst stylised foliage, the border with flowerheads on a blue ground, verso signed T.Castellani, Roma, 6.1. 1900, 49.25cm diameter £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 199 Goran Wärff for Kosta Boda - Amethyst and clear cased glass vase of abstract form, etched marks and number 7040531, 29.75cm high £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 199

Lot 200

Lot 200 Keith Murray green cut glass ovoid vase, probably for Stevens & Williams, the hexagonal lower half of the body with six arch shaped facets, acid etched signature, 22.5cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 201 Lot 201 French Art Deco design black and clear glass trinket box, of shaped rectangular form, the silver cover bearing British hallmarks for Birmingham 1933, overall width 10cm £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 202 Lot 202 Lalique frosted and clear glass vase, circa 1936, decorated with a zigzag geometric design, the rim with conforming protrusions, the underside with obscure etched mark, 15.75cm high See Bayer & Waller - The Art Of Rene Lalique p.158 fig.294 £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

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Royal Crown Derby including a collection of figural paperweights Lots 203-222 Lot 206 Five Royal Crown Derby bird paperweights, to include; pheasant, red-legged partridge and coot, largest 16.5cm long (5) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 207 Nine assorted Royal Crown Derby rabbit paperweights, to include; Meadow Rabbit, Baby Rowsley Rabbit (exclusive for Sinclairs), Snowy Rabbit, Special Edition Platinum Rabbit and Baby, etc, largest 9.5cm high, with boxes (9) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 208 Four assorted Royal Crown Derby bird paperweights, comprising: Brown Pelican, Barn Owl, Turtle Dove, and Owl (4) £60 - £90 (+24% BP*) Lot 203 Lot 203 Royal Crown Derby Queen Elizabeth II ‘Old Imari’ pattern charger or shallow dish, of wavy edged form decorated in 1128 pattern with EII R crowned cypher to border, orange printed marks, 40.5cm diameter, in lined box of issue £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 209 Group of eight Royal Crown Derby bird paperweights, to include; Robin, Linnet, Green Winged Teal, Firecrest, Coal Tit, etc (8) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 204 Royal Crown Derby biscuit barrel, of cylindrical form with push-on cover having gilt pinecomb finial decorated in 1128 Old Imari pattern, red printed marks, 22cm high £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 205 Four Royal Crown Derby animal paperweights, comprising: hippopotamus, gold back stamp edition, 235/2500, 19.5cm long, Endangered Species Imperial Panda, 570/1000 and another similar, together with a miniature pair of hippos (4) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 210 Lot 210 Four Royal Crown Derby dog paperweights, comprising: Rough Collie, Bulldog, West Highland Terrier and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, all with boxes, the largest (Collie) 14.5cm high (4) £100 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 211 Four Royal Crown Derby ginger kitten paperweights, including; sleeping, sitting and playful examples, all four limited editions of 1500, each with box and certificate, largest 8cm high, together with three others, Catnip, Fireside and Contented Kitten (7) £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 212 Three Royal Crown Derby paperweights, Lyme Bay Dolphin 2003 ‘Mother’ paperweight, exclusive edition for Govier’s of Sidmouth, limited edition 295/1500, a second similar dolphin and a seahorse (3) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 213 Lot 213 Group of six Royal Crown Derby bear paperweights, comprising: ‘Drummer Teddy’ (Govier’s of Sidmouth 1999 Teddy Paperweight), limited edition 948/1500, 12cm high, ‘Debonair Bear’ (Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild exclusive), 12cm high and a small group of mini bears comprising: Bride and Groom in single box, Bear Hug, and Royal Crown Derby Shopping Bear (6) £70 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 215 Group of twelve Royal Crown Derby ‘mini bear’ paperweights, to include; three footballers in differing kits, cricketer, fisherman, artist, cook, etc £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) (12) Lot 216 Five assorted Royal Crown Derby animal paperweights, comprising: Tiger Cub, Beaver, Seal, Honey Bear and Derby Posies Polar Bear (5) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 217 Group of Royal Crown Derby Christmas-related paperweights, comprising: Santa with sleigh and reindeer, Treasures of Childhood rocking horse, Toy Train and Fleur Ragdoll, plus a ‘Haiku’ pattern miniature mantel clock (6) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 218 Group of ten Royal Crown Derby animal paperweights, to include; Orchard Hedgehog, Fox, Squirrel, Badger, Dormouse, Harvest Mouse, Country Mouse, etc (10) £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 214 Lot 214 Seven assorted Royal Crown Derby limited edition buildings, comprising: Church, The Toy Box, Georgian Dolls House, The Special Edition China Shop, (Royal Crown Derby), another similar (Connaught House), The Christmas Box, and The China Shop, largest 12cm high (7) £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 219 Five Royal Crown Derby animals, comprising: ‘The Ram of Colchis’, limited edition 252/750 for Connaught House, together with a cockerel, lamb and two pigs (5) £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lots 220-222 No lots

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Oriental to include: Furniture, Ceramics, Silver, Metalware, Ivory, Jade, Lacquer & Textiles Lots 223-278 Lot 223 Cantonese Famille Rose brush pot, typically decorated with figures on a terrace, 16cm high £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 224 Lot 224 Chinese circular bowl, having painted decoration depicting dragons chasing a flaming pearl in green and iron-red, the underside with Kangxi four character mark, 17.5cm diameter £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 226 Lot 226 Chinese porcelain bowl, having blue and white painted stylised foliate decoration, the rim with a fine brass mount, the underside with a four character Place Mark reading ‘Brighthall Where Great Luck Is Recorded’, 18cm diameter, together with a matching wine cup, the rim with a similar brass mount, the underside with conforming marks, 5cm high £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 227 Lot 227 Chinese Sancai glazed figure of a duck, probably Tang Dynasty, 12.75cm high £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 225 Lot 225 Chinese porcelain double gourd shaped vase, having blue and white painted decoration depicting dragons amongst foliage, the underside with Kangxi four character mark, 17.5cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) 50

Lot 228 Chinese polychrome glazed water dropper/brush washer, of organic form, 11.75cm long £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 231 Lot 231 Chinese Ming Dynasty bowl, having blue painted decoration depicting four figures on horseback, 15cm diameter, another early Chinese blue painted bowl, 12cm diameter and a blue painted jar and cover, 12cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 229 Lot 229 Chinese ovoid jar and cover, having blue and white painted decoration depicting street entertainers and other figures, the underside with Kangxi four character mark, 27.25cm high £500 - £700 (+24% BP*)

Lot 232 Lot 232 Chinese shaped oval dish, having blue and white painted decoration depicting deer in a landscape, the underside with six character mark, 18.25cm wide £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 230 Lot 230 Late 18th/early 19th Century Chinese Famille Rose porcelain bowl, decorated with alternating panels showing figures in a garden and foliate sprays, the rim with a brass mount, 26cm diameter £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 233 Chinese Famille Rose porcelain inkstone and cover, having figural and foliate reserves on a mottled brown ground, the interior well decorated with a carp, the underside with red painted seal mark, 9.25cm long £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 234 Chinese porcelain bowl, polychrome decorated with dragons chasing a flaming pearl, the interior with carp amongst weed, the underside with blue painted four character mark, 11.75cm diameter, together with a small Chinese porcelain bowl decorated with dragons chasing a flaming pearl on a blue ground, the underside with red stamped seal mark, 8.25cm diameter £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 235 Small Chinese pale blue crackle glazed dish, the underside with Daoguang four character mark, 8cm diameter £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 236 Chinese Famille Noire porcelain vase, of flattened baluster form having two reserve panels, each decorated in relief with birds amongst foliage on a yellow ground, 21cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 237 Chinese porcelain spherical jar, decorated with gilt calligraphy on an orange ground, the underside with red seal mark, 9.5cm diameter £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 240 Lot 240 Three early Chinese bowls, probably Ming Dynasty, each having blue painted decoration, 14.5cm, 15cm and 17.75cm diameter £150 - £250 (+24% BP*) Lot 241 Chinese ovoid jar, having blue and white painted decoration with two reserves showing antiques and artefacts on a prunus decorated cracked ice ground, pierced hardwood cover, 19cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 238 Lot 238 Small Chinese bowl, having blue and white painted decoration depicting figures in a garden, the underside with Wanli six character mark, 11.5cm diameter £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 242 Lot 242 Chinese porcelain plate, having allover blue and white painted decoration, the underside marked with a lozenge within two concentric circles, 27.5cm diameter £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 239 Lot 239 Chinese blue and white painted ‘flowerbrick’ incense burner, having two panels of stylised foliage on a diaper ground, 16cm long £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 243 Chinese porcelain Rouleau vase, having painted en grisaille decoration depicting a lakeland landscape and with two lines of calligraphy, the underside with red painted mark, 35.5cm high £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 245

Lot 244 Chinese porcelain ovoid vase, having polychrome painted decoration depicting sparrows amongst foliage, together with several lines of calligraphy, 39cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 247

Lot 247 Chinese celadon crackle glazed Cong vase, of typical square form, 29.5cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 245 Chinese Famille Rose porcelain reticulated brush pot, having allover decoration depicting figures in a garden, Daoguang seal mark to the underside, 29.5cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 246 Lot 246 Chinese celadon glazed lobed ovoid vase, decorated in relief with butterflies amongst fruiting foliage, the underside with Yongzheng seal mark, 23.75cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 248 Lot 248 Kinkozan - Japanese Satsuma earthenware two handled jar and cover, the domed cover with a dog finial, finely decorated with figures on a terrace and in a garden, standing on triple supports, the underside with painted and impressed character marks, 29.5cm high £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 249 Lot 249 19th Century Chinese carved ivory doctors lady, typically formed as a reclining nude, 21cm long £1000 - £1500 (+24% BP*) Lot 250 Three Japanese carved ivory okimono, each depicting a man and a boy, Meiji period, 9.75cm, 11cm and 12cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 252 Lot 252 Japanese carved ivory okimono, depicting a standing man, a basket of flowers on his shoulder, Meiji period, 16.25cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 251 Lot 251 Japanese carved ivory okimono, depicting a monkey trainer, Meiji period, 18.25cm high £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 253 Small Japanese carved ivory okimono, depicting a monkey with two young, signed, Meiji period, 4cm high £50 - £70 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 254 Lot 254 Japanese carved ivory okimono, depicting a seated farmer with two boys, the underside with signature reading Yokuyuki, Meiji period, 9.5cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 255 Japanese carved ivory box and cover, decorated with tigers, Meiji period, 9.25cm diameter approx, together with another decorated with elephants, Meiji period, 8.25cm diameter approx £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 257 Lot 257 Japanese carved and stained ivory box and cover, decorated in relief with lions, monkeys and elephants, Meiji period, 8cm diameter approx £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 258 Lot 258 19th Century Cantonese carved ivory rectangular box, having allover foliate pierced decoration, each panel with a central shaped reserve showing buildings in a lakeland landscape, 15cm wide £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 256 Lot 256 19th Century Chinese carved ivory figure, depicting a Buddha seated beneath a dragon, 23cm high inclusive of carved hardwood lotus form base £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 259 19th Century Cantonese carved ivory visiting card case, typically decorated with figures and buildings amongst dense foliage, 10.75cm x 6.75cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 260 Lot 260 Two small 19th Century Cantonese carved ivory visiting card cases, each typically decorated with figures and buildings amongst dense foliage, 8.5cm x 4.5cm £150 - £250 (+24% BP*) Lot 261 19th Century Cantonese carved sandalwood visiting card case, typically decorated with figures and buildings amongst dense foliage £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 264 Lot 264 Three Chinese hardstone archaic style bi discs, 3.5cm and 5cm diameter £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 265 Five Chinese hardstone archer’s rings £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 262 Lot 262 19th Century Chinese carved jade belt hook, of traditional figural form, 10cm long on a hardwood stand £150 - £250 (+24% BP*) Lot 263 Chinese carved white jade ceremonial bead, 2.5cm diameter £50 - £80 (+24% BP*) Lot 266 Lot 266 Chinese bronze scribe’s travelling inkwell and penholder, decorated with inlaid silver wirework and cast scrolling foliage, 18cm long £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 269 Late 20th Century Chinese silver clad glass decanter and stopper, having allover pierced and engraved dragon decoration, the underside stamped Sterling, 29.5cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 267 Lot 267 Chinese export silver teapot, of squat globular form, the central band decorated with a series of foliate and figural roundels, double swing handle, makers mark indistinct, 9.75cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 270 Lot 270 Japanese tortoiseshell veneered rectangular box, the hinged cover with heavily gilt lacquered decoration depicting a bird amongst foliage, opening to reveal four smaller lacquered boxes, each having a tortoiseshell reserve with gilt foliate decoration, Meiji period, 24.25cm wide £300 - £400 (+24% BP*) Lot 271 Collection of 19th Century Chinese mother-ofpearl gaming tokens, various shapes including; fish, circular, rectangular etc £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 268 Lot 268 Late 19th/early 20th Century Chinese export silver and enamel hexagonal vase, alternately decorated with foliate sprays and lines of calligraphy, makers mark to the underside, 15cm £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) high

Lot 272 Lot 272 Pair of Japanese lacquer, mother-of-pearl and bone oval panels, Meiji period, each decorated with an eagle perched on the bough of a tree, 70.5cm x 53cm inclusive of lacquered frames £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 275 Matched pair of Chinese elm altar tables, each having a rectangular top on shaped bracket supports, turned cylindrical legs and parallel side stretchers, the larger 102cm x 51cm x 86cm high, the smaller 101cm x 51cm x 87cm high (2) £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 273 Lot 273 Late 19th/early 20th Century Chinese gold and silver braid embroidered panel, having coral bead decoration and depicting a Fo Dog amongst clouds, 27.5cm x 30cm, together with another decorated with butterflies, 46.5cm x 16.5cm, each embroidery with a central vertical stitched seam £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 274 Lot 274 Late 19th/early 20th Century Chinese hardwood low or ‘opium’ table, the rectangular top above carved friezes of bats and clouds, on four scroll-backed stiff cabriole legs with scroll toes, 83cm x 48cm x 31cm high £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 276 Lot 276 Books - Alfred Trapnell - An Illustrated Catalogue Of Chinese Porcelain And Pottery, forming the collection of Mr Alfred Trapnell, privately printed by William George’s Sons, Bristol 1901, presentation copy from Alfred Trapnell with hand written letter to the fly page, together with a related catalogue dated 1898 £150 - £250 (+20% BP*) Lots 277-278 No lots

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Collectors Items & Miscellanea to include: Metalware, Ephemera, Boxes, Advertising, Musical Boxes, Bottles, Stanhopes etc Lots 279-379 Lot 279 Antoine Barye - Green patinated bronze figure of a Bassett Hound, signed Barye and with Barbedienne foundry mark, 16cm long £600 - £900 (+24% BP*)

Lot 280 Rare 19th Century Anglo-Indian Vizagapatam ivory sewing box, in the form of a Colonial house, the hinged cover with an oval reserve with the initial M and opening to reveal a fitted interior with covered and other partitions, 19.25cm wide £3000 - £4000 (+24% BP*) Lot 279

Lot 280

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Lot 281 Lot 281 South East Asian green patinated bronze figure of a Buddha, probably 18th Century, seated in samadhi, 15cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 282 Lot 282 South East Asian gilt bronze figure of a hooded Buddha, seated on a lotiform base, his hands in Vajradhatu-mudra, 18.25cm high £150 - £250 (+24% BP*) 60

Lot 283 Lot 283 19th Century Indian bronze figure, depicting Krishna as Balakrishna, dancing, his right leg raised, a ball of butter in his right hand, 26cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 284 Lot 284 Pair of Indian bronze figures, depicting female attendants, probably 18th Century, each standing and holding a whisk, 20.5cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 285 Early 20th Century Indian carved and engraved horn tazza, a hooded cobra emerging from the top, figural base formed as an ox, 20.75cm high, together with a somewhat similar circular box and cover, 6.5cm diameter £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 286 Lot 286 Interesting Archaic carved stone boulder/ fragment, probably Indian having scroll decoration, 13cm x 37cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 287 Three small early 20th Century Mogul watercolours, the first two on ivory, 9cm x 5cm approx, the third on ivorine, 9cm x 6.75cm £50 - £70 (+24% BP*)

Lot 289 Lot 289 South East Asian carved hardwood atlante, depicting two grappling demons, 80cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 288 Lot 288 Six small 19th Century Indian oval watercolour miniatures on ivory - Architectural Views, 3.5cm x 4.25cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 290 Lot 290 Early 19th Century 1¼ inch miniature pocket globe, contained in a mahogany case with domed cover, 5.5cm high £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 292 18th Century brass cased pocket compass, having a screw cover opening to reveal hand coloured printed panels, 5.25cm diameter £50 - £80 (+24% BP*) Lot 293 19th Century tortoiseshell tea caddy, of rectangular form, the hinged cover opening to reveal a secondary cover, standing on four stained ivory bun feet, 12.25cm wide £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 291 Lot 291 Two small 19th Century scrimshaw decorated whale’s teeth, the first decorated with a European soldier raising his hat, floral sprays to the reverse side, the second decorated with a North American Indian girl in a canoe, a bird amongst foliage to the reverse side, probably representative of Captain John Smith and Pocahontas, 11cm high £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 294 Lot 294 Tanagra terracotta head of a young man, 5cm high exclusive of modern ebonised base, together with another ancient terracotta head, 7cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 295 Pre-Columbian terracotta statuette fragment, depicting a figure holding a baby, 9cm high £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lot 296 Group of thirteen 19th Century and early 20th Century bone and ivory Stanhope viewers, comprising: six fold-out manicure necessaries, two umbrella/parasol-form bodkin or needle-cases and five others, each enclosing printed views included Arc de Triomphe, ten views of Paris, Vue de Boulogne-sur-Mer, British Empire Exhibition 1924, ‘Souvenir of Kate Kearney’s Cottage Killarney’, Souvenir of Cardiff, Souvenir of Southsea, Torquay from Waldon Hill, six views of Weymouth, six views of Sutton-on-Sea, Scarborough, and two others (one vacant), longest 16.cm overall, (13) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 297 Lot 297 Group of ten 19th and early 20th Century bone pens and pencils each with Stanhope viewer, to include three with fountain pen terminal, each enclosing printed views including ‘Exposition de 1900 Palais de L’Electricite’, L’Eglise de SacreCoeur, six views of Weston-super-Mare, Grand Hotel Brighton, Souvenir of Bridlington, Battle Castle, Malvern, ‘A Memory of St. Anne’s, (one vacant), longest 16cm overall, (10) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 300 Lot 300 Group of seven 19th and early 20th Century bone Stanhope viewers, comprising: five bodkin cases plus two similar items, all of turned cylindrical form variously having pierced and/or incised decoration, enclosing printed views including; Paris (Trocadero), Chateau D’If, Vale of Llangollen, Brighton Aquarium, Souvenir of Dover, ‘A Memory of Bromley’, etc, largest 10cm long, (7) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 298 Group of ten 19th and early 20th Century bone letter openers each with Stanhope viewer, to include four with fountain pen terminal, each enclosing printed views including Ostende, Reims, Albert (Somme), Souvenir de Marseilles, Paris (Tour Eiffel), Isle of Wight, Crystal Palace, ‘Reminisces of Southend’, and a Zeppelin (one vacant), longest 22.5cm overall, (10) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 299 Group of eighteen early 20th Century letter openers each with Stanhope viewer, to include thirteen with fountain pen terminal, each with named or decorated blade and enclosing printed views including Paris (3), Monte Carlo, Cannes, Mont St. Michel, Chamonix and Mont Blanc, Marseille (2), Toulon, Boulogne (2), Cherbourg (2), St. Anne D’Auray, Chateau D’If, Blankenberghe, and Cleethorpes, (18) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 301 Lot 301 Group of thirteen 19th and early 20th Century bone miniature binoculars each with double Stanhope viewer, printed views comprising: Niagara Falls, Mont ‘Allegro, Paris, Marseille, Le Turbie and Monte Casino, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Tomb of Napoleon and Place Vauban, Jersey, Alexandra Palace (3), Bridlington, and Girvan (13) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 302 Group of thirteen 19th and early 20th Century miniature Stanhope viewers, comprising: three binocular and ten monocular, printed views including Niagara Falls, Rome, Paris, Nice, Trouville, Exposition Universelle de 1867, ‘The World’s Columbian Exhibition’, Wales, Tower Bridge London, Great Yarmouth etc (13) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 306 Cast metal figure of a bull, standing on a rectangular base, 13cm high £100 - £125 (+24% BP*)

Lot 303 Group of eighteen 19th and 20th Century Stanhope viewers, to include four vegetable ‘ivory’ tape measures (printed views including Boulogne-sur-Mer, Calais), assorted dip-pens and pencils, Swiss souvenir with view of Lucerne and Rigi inscribed 1886, barrel with view of Niagara Falls, assorted views including Verdun, St. Malo, Birmingham, Stratford-on-Avon, Bath, Maidstone, Fowey, etc (18) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*) Lot 304 Base metal figure of a seated hound, possibly an accessory car mascot, 16cm high £60 - £90 (+24% BP*) Lot 307 Lot 307 20th Century French enamel vase, circa 1935, possibly Limoges, being of slender baluster form and having multi-coloured mottled decoration, untraced signature and with glass liner £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 308 Lot 308 Dutch Urania Secessionist style oval silver dish, circa 1905, stamped mark and number 1187, 29.5cm wide £150 - £200 (+24% BP*) Lot 305 Lot 305 After Dominique Alonzo - Gilt bronze figure Egyptian Dancer, unsigned, standing on a marbled slate base, 25.5cm high inclusive of base £300 - £400 (+24% BP*) 64

Lot 309 Liberty & Co English Pewter bomb shaped vase, probably designed by Archibald Knox and decorated with a band of stylised foliage, the underside numbered 0226, 18.5cm high £120 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 310 Lot 310 Pair of WMF pewter vases, having Art Nouveau design stylised foliate decoration, engraved green glass liners, 15cm high £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 311 Lot 311 19th Century Russian Icon - The Three Holy Hierarchs, painted on a braced wooden panel, 42cm x 32cm £400 - £600 (+24% BP*) Lot 312 Small Russian enamelled gilt brass icon, central painted decoration depicting Madonna and child, a pearl set to each corner, 7cm x 6cm approx, enclosed in a modern cabinet frame £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 313 Lot 313 Silver plated figural condiment set, formed as a donkey drinking from a trough, its saddle supporting the pepperette and mustard pot and with a central loop handle, 10.75cm high £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 314 Lot 314 Early 19th Century fish skin bound white metal etui, containing ten instruments including; earwax remover, scissors, knife, fork etc, the top of the hinged cover engraved ‘C.von Hess’, 9cm high £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 315 Lot 315 Silver plated mounted cut glass hunting/travel flask, 12.75cm high, together with a pair of matching silver plated beakers, 10cm high, contained in the original brown leather case £60 - £90 (+24% BP*) Lot 316 19th Century French engraved silver mounted ivory aide memoire/wallet, the cover having a central reserve with foliate spray carved in high relief, 10.5cm x 7cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 317 Six 19th Century treen circular containers, each having a glazed cover, 3.5cm-5cm diameter £60 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 319 Lot 319 Victorian engraved brass bound hardwood barrel shaped string box, standing on a shaped rectangular base, 9.5cm long £100 - £125 (+24% BP*) Lot 320 George III circular lacquered brass box, commemorating the 50th year of his reign, the cover with a portrait in relief, the underside with script ‘George III was born June 4 1738, ascended the British throne Oct 25 1760, the Grand National Jubilee celebrated 25 Oct 1809, Long Live The King’, 7.5cm diameter £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 321 Large vintage Dunhill leather bound nickel plated cased cigarette lighter, patent No.143752, 10.5cm high £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 318 Lot 318 Early 20th Century Asprey lacquered case, probably intended for a piece of jewellery, having polychrome decoration depicting an exotic bird on a green ground, the hinged cover opening to reveal a cream velvet and silk interior with printed script ‘Asprey, 166 Bond St, London’, 18.75cm long £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 322 Pair of 19th Century South East Asian bronze figures, the first depicting a lady dancer, the second a lady water carrier, 19.5cm and 20.5cm high, each inclusive of wooden socle £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 325 Jaques & Son boxwood and ebony Staunton chess set, the mahogany box with partial printed label to the underside, height of King 10cm £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 323 Lot 323 Good 19th Century mahogany satinwood and coromandel veneered tea caddy, the cover, front, back and side panels each with oval penwork reserves, the hinged cover opening to reveal floral penwork decoration to the underside, the two partitions each having a cover with conforming decoration and script ‘Green’ and ‘Bohea’, 19.75cm wide £600 - £800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 324 Lot 324 George III truncheon, circa 1820 decorated with the arms of King George III within a garter strap, G.R. initials etc on a red ground, ring turned handle, 50cm long £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 326 East India Company Interest - Mid 19th Century nickel mounted rosewood cased drawing set, the hinged cover with engraved plate reading ‘Presented at the Public Examination on the 10th Dec 1841, to Gentleman Cadet W. Arden Crommelin by the Honourable Court of Directors of the East India Company, as a mark of the Courts approbation of his attainments in Fortification while at the Military Seminary’, the hinged cover opening to reveal a range of instruments, the removable tray with ivory sector rule, another rule and an ivory mounted rolling rule, the case 20cm wide £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 327 Lot 327 Bristol Interest - Victorian red petit-point sampler, worked by ‘Harriett Salt, North Wing, New Orphan House, Ashley Down, Bristol, 1866’, finely embroidered with the alphabet in various script, numbers, border samples etc, 29.5cm x 27cm The New Orphan Houses in Ashley Down, Bristol were more commonly known as the Muller Homes and by 1870 the five houses were home to some 2000 children £600 - £900 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 328 Magic Lantern Interest - Kaleidoscope lens by C&F.Darker of London £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 329 Cameras - Leica IIIf camera, serial number 557575 (1951) with Summitar f=5cm 1:2 lens No.789825, together with a Kodalux lightmeter, a Leica stitched brown leather case and a Leitz Summitar sunshade £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 330 Good late 19th Century inlaid rosewood and walnut table top Polyphon, Nicole Freres Ltd, the stepped rectangular cover with central inlaid rosewood floral panel within carved foliate scroll work, enclosing a glazed print of putti to the underside, the mechanism with two complete steel combs, the bed plate beside decal with medals for 1880-1885, playing 40cm diameter discs, and supplied with twenty-six discs, the front with geometric moulding between fluted columns on a spreading leaf caved base, 57.5cm x 52.5cm x 34cm high £500 - £800 (+24% BP*) Lot 331 Late 19th Century walnut cased Polyphon disc playing musical box, the hinged cover having a lithograph to the underside, together with eight 24.25cm discs £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 332 Late 19th Century walnut cased Symphonion disc playing musical box, the hinged cover having a lithograph to the underside, together with twenty five 19.5cm discs £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 335 Lot 335 A Ricketts sealed bottle, circa 1825-1830, moulded to the shoulder ‘Patent’ and on the base H.Ricketts & Co Glass Works, Bristol, applied with the circular seal of W.Williams, Surgeon, Llandovery, 26.75cm high£300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 333 Lot 333 Early 20th Century Swiss inlaid walnut 30 air musical box, B.H. Abrahams, St. Croix, Switzerland, the hinged rectangular cover with Royal Arms decal on figured walnut field within boxwood stringing and kingwood borders, enclosing printed air card of Walter Marti, Herisau, the 28cm barrel and complete comb beside lyre motifs, operating by a crank handle stamped 137 36, 67cm wide x 35.5cm deep x 25cm high £300 - £500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 336 Late 18th/early 19th Century dark olive green glass bottle, of approximately 1 gallon capacity, with off-set flat rim, smooth above the shoulder, rough below, the concave base with ground-out pontil, 30.5cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 334 Bells and drum in sight cylinder music box, with 18cm barrel and complete comb beneath three bells and brass drum with six beaters, printed card No.13564 8 Airs ‘Bells Drum Visible’ with Swiss vignettes, in an associated light oak case of dovetailed construction, 46cm x 28cm x 26cm high £200 - £250 (+24% BP*) Lot 337 Lot 337 William & Mary walking cane, the ivory pommel handle having silver mounted and pique inlaid decoration, length of handle 7.5cm, length of cane including handle 92cm £300 - £450 (+24% BP*) BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%. Lots marked A.R. will be subject to an additional fee - please see information on page 96

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Lot 338 19th Century Middle Eastern copper dish, having silvered script and stylised foliage on an engraved ground, 27.25cm diameter £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 341 Lot 341 Autographs - Grace Kelly - Early 1950’s black and white publicity photograph signed and inscribed ‘To Doreen with best wishes Grace Kelly’, 25cm x 20cm £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 339 Lot 339 Early 20th Century Carl Zeiss brass and blackened brass compound microscope, serial number 50237, in a good quality mahogany fitted case £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 340 Lot 340 Late 19th/early 20th Century walnut cased stereoscopic viewer by Smith, Beck & Beck of London, No.147, the case 20.25cm wide, together with a collection of stereoscopic viewing cards relating mainly to the Boer War £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 342 Montblanc Meisterstuck 75th Anniversary ballpoint pen, the top band inset with a single diamond, together with service guide, in original box £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 343 Montblanc Meisterstuck Pix propelling pencil, with service guide, in original box £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 344 Lot 344 Montblanc Meisterstuck Pix fountain pen, together with a bottle of ink and service guide, in original box £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 345 Lot 345 Books - John Senex - A New General Atlas containing a geographical and historical account of all the Empires, Kingdoms and other Dominions of the World, L. Daniel Browne et al, 1721, with 13 engraved plates of Coats of Arms, 31 double-page engraved outline maps, hand coloured, 261 pp. plus Index, in antique (possibly contemporary) blind-stamped brushed tan hide binding with seven raised ribs to spine, together with a modern slip case £5000 - £7000 (+20% BP*)

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Lot 347 Lot 346 Johannes Blaeu - 17th Century hand coloured engraved map - Northamptonshire, Comitatus Northantonensis vernacule Northamton Shire, published Amsterdam circa 1650, 40cm x 49.5cm £100 - £150 (+20% BP*)

Lot 348 Vintage live steam 5-inch gauge scale model tank locomotive, green GWR (Great Western Railway) livery, No.5721, 0-6-0, 85cm long, on track bed within metal carry frame £700 - £900 (+24% BP*)

Lot 347 Model Railway - Exley 0 gauge - Three LMS coaches, a similar smaller coach and a similar restaurant car, together with four unnamed 0 gauge coaches in the GWR livery and an unnamed Great Western tank locomotive £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 349 Lot 349 Fine Irish silk crochet lace collar, typically decorated with various motifs, 46cm x 49cm £100 - £125 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 350 Lot 350 Pair of French cast spelter five-light table candelabra, each modelled with a central perching bird in the manner of Auguste Cain, over five scroll arms with sockets and brass drip trays, the stem with ram mask mounts, chain swags and Empire-style zoomorphic tripod base with paw feet upon concave triangular plinth, 58cm high (2) £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 355 Taxidermy - Pair of early 20th Century mounted deer antlers, probably Red Deer (cervus elaphus) of twelve points (5 + 7) with partial skull mounted upon oak shield shaped backing with plaque inscribed ‘Aug. 28 1908 Found in Hele Bridge Wood, Killed at Pickett Stone’ approximately 87cm wide x 92cm high £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 351 19th Century spelter figure group, depicting Edward III on horseback, 59cm high inclusive of oak plinth £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 352 Early 20th Century Philips’ 14” terrestrial Globe, George Philip & Son Ltd, 32 Fleet Street, with Principal Steamship Routes and Transcontinental Railways, on a turned wooden stem and circular base, 53cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 353 Late 19th/early 20th Century silver plated warming meat dish, having a gadrooned rim, two handles and standing on four scroll feet, 59cm wide £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 354 Pair of 19th Century French bronze and brass candlesticks, each having a tapered reeded and acanthus pillar and standing on triple paw feet with a triform base, 31cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 356 Lot 356 Advertising - Peek, Frean & Co’s Biscuits & Cakes advertising sign/board, depicting an interior scene with a family and spilt fairy cakes, 62cm x 48cm £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 357 Lot 357 Advertising - Four pieces comprising: poster for ‘The New Lister Cream Separator’ having pictorial decoration depicting a lady and gentleman in a dairy, 86cm x 54.5cm, another for ‘Real Lemons For Homemade Lemonade’, 74.5cm x 50.5cm, a third for ‘Booth & Fox’s Down Quilts’, 40.5cm x 56cm and a small pictorial advertising board for ‘Alpha Pure Wool’, 35cm x 26cm £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 358 Lot 358 Advertising - Enamelled tin plate sign, for Dewar’s Whisky, Perth, with two-tone blue shaded lettering and red subscript with Royal Arms on a white ground, the rectangular plate 91cm wide x 102cm high £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 359 Advertising - Enamelled tin plate sign, for ‘Brooke Bond Tea’, the black lettering on an orange ground within black and white chequered border, Patent Enamel Co. Birmingham, 152cm wide x 101cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 360 Lot 360 Advertising - Huntley & Palmers Ginger Nuts enamel pictorial advertising sign, depicting John Ginger, 47.25cm x 46cm £400 - £500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 361 Lot 361 Guitars - Fender Mustang bass guitar, American made serial number 538603 (1974), white body, maple neck with rosewood fretboard, with hard case CITES certificate available to view £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 363 Guitars - Hofner Colorama six string guitar, circa 1962-1963, serial number 564, Red vinyl covered body, two Hofner pickups and maple neck with rosewood fretboard with hard case CITES certificate available to view £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 364 Guitars - Squier Affinity Strat six string guitar, serial number CY01076314 (2001), red body and rosewood fretboard with hard case CITES certificate available to view £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 365 Edvard Munch (1863-1944) - Exhibition poster for Edvard Munch: The Graphic Work at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, December 1972/January 1973, the poster features Munch’s Madonna, 77.5cm x 51cm £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lot 362 Lot 362 Custom-built twelve string electric guitar, circa 1975, shaped spruce body and maple neck with rosewood fretboard, two humbucker pickups of unknown origin controlled by a three-way selector switch and master volume and tone potentiometers, the string system with Kluson tuners, a roller-style bridge and tremolo tailpiece unit CITES certificate available to view £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 366 Lot 366 Ed Ruscha (b.1937) - Exhibition poster for Documenta 5 held in Kassel, June/October 1972, 84cm x 60cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 367 Richard Smith (1931-2016) - Poster for the Retrospective Exhibition Of Graphics And Multiples held at the Arnofini Gallery, Bristol, May/June 1970, the image designed by Smith, 76cm x 56cm £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 368 Lucian Freud (1922-2011) - Poster for the exhibition held at the City Art Gallery, Bristol, April 1974, designed by Emanuel Sandreuter, 76cm x 51cm £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lot 369 Peter Blake (b.1932) - Screen print poster for his first retrospective exhibition held at the City Art Gallery, Bristol, November/December 1969, designed by Blake and incorporating a portrait by Ugo Mulas, 77cm x 52cm £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 370 Peter Blake (b.1932) - Screen print poster for his first retrospective exhibition held at the City Art Gallery, Bristol, November/December 1969, designed by Blake and incorporating a portrait by Ugo Mulas, 77cm x 52cm £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 371 Early 20th Century waterline model, of the late 19th Century steam-sail passenger ship ‘Paris’, the three masted vessel with three smoking funnels, deck rails and lifeboats, the hull black painted above the waterline and red below, approximately 86cm long on wave painted base with sky backdrop in ebonised and four glass case, 107cm x 29cm x 36cm high The passenger ship City of Paris was launched in 1889 and made her maiden voyage from Liverpool to New York, renamed simply ‘Paris’ when transferred to American Line in 1893, she was then requisitioned for the US Government 1898 and renamed ‘Yale’ running aground in Cornwall in 1899 before being rebuilt and renamed. £350 - £450 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 372 Lot 372 Collection of eighty-three early 19th Century Thomas Cade plaster intaglios, displayed in five cabinet frames, together with engraved trade label £500 - £700 (+24% BP*) Lot 373 Pair of late 19th/early 20th Century J.S. Fry & Sons brass and iron scales, having a central brass handle and small oval plate with script ‘The property of J.S. Fry & Sons’, 51cm wide £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 374 Salvador Dali for Pirelli - Brass belt buckle, circa 1970, un-numbered from a limited edition of 100, decorated with an erotic motoring scene, the reverse marked Deane & Adams Mint, London, England, 10.25cm wide £400 - £600 (+24% BP*) Lots 375-378 No lots

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Books Lots 279-397

Lot 379 Lot 379 Fly Fishing Interest - Reverend Henry Newland The Erne, Its Legends And Its Fly Fishing, published by Chapman and Hall, first edition 1851, the fly page with hand written presentation inscription to Sir Charles Taylor of Hollycombe to whom this book is dedicated, full green leather binding £200 - £300 (+20% BP*)

Lot 382 Lot 382 Gilbert Malcolm Sproat - Scenes And Studies Of Savage Life, published by Smith, Elder And Co, first edition 1868, full leather bound £200 - £300 (+20% BP*)

Lot 380 Christian Von Wolff - Allerhand Nutzliche Versuche dadurch zu genauer Erkantnis der Natur und Kunst etc, published Halle im Magdeburgischen 1722, one part leather bound volume £80 - £120 (+20% BP*)

Lot 381 Lot 381 John Ray - A Collection Of English Proverbs, digested into a convenient method for the speedy finding anyone upon occasion etc, printed by John Hayes, printer to the University for W.Morden, second edition 1678, rebound in full leather £120 - £180 (+20% BP*)

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Lot 383 Lot 383 Astronomy/Telescopy Interest - Mary Ward Telescope Teachings: A Familiar Sketch Of Astronomical Discovery; combining a special notice of objects coming within the range of a small telescope, illustrated by the author, published by Groombridge And Sons, first edition 1859, original gilt decorated blue cloth £200 - £300 (+20% BP*)

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Lot 384 Lot 384 Collection of books, relating to British Birds, all late 19th/early 20th Century (16) £80 - £120 (+20% BP*)

Lot 387 Lot 387 Great Northern Railway Interest - Leather bound hand written album, presented to A.W. Denniss, Loco Running Superintendent G.N.R. 1909-1925 by the drivers and firemen containing handwritten script and names of work colleagues, together with various photographs of locomotives, offices etc, 24cm x 34.5cm, together with a small engraved brass presentation plaque, 5cm x 12.5cm £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lot 388 Great Western Railway Interest - G.W.R. folding District Map, 1886, 6 miles to one inch, 116cm x 152cm, together with a G.W.R. book of distance tables, published by Railway Clearing House 1924, red cloth bound and a G.W.R. Telegraph ‘Line Clear’ book 1882-1883 (3) £50 - £80 (+20% BP*)

Lot 385 Lot 385 Hickman, William, ‘Sketches of the Nipisaguit, a River New Brunswick, B.N.America, Publ.John B. Strong, Halifax, N.S., and Day and Son, London, 1860, number 1st Edn. Folio, with six (of 8) handcoloured lithographic plates, original cloth gilt £100 - £200 (+20% BP*) Lot 386 Medical Interest - Sir Astley Cooper - A Treatise On Dislocations And On Fractures Of The Joints, published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Browne, second edition 1823, part leather bound £60 - £90 (+20% BP*)

Lot 389 Lot 389 The Benedictional of Saint Aethelwold, published by The Folio Society 2001, No.264 from a limited edition of 1000 copies, bound by Smith Settle in full goatskin leather over bevelled boards, with commentary volume and in original box £100 - £150 (+20% BP*)

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Lot 390 Lot 390 Reverend F.O. Morris - A History Of British Birds, published by John C. Nimmo Ltd, 5th edition 1903, six green cloth bound volumes, together with A Natural History Of The Nests And Eggs Of British Birds, published by George Bell & Sons, 2nd edition 1875, three volumes (9) £150 - £250 (+20% BP*) Lot 393 Lot 393 Collection of books, relating to Flowers, Trees, Ferns etc, all late 19th/early 20th Century (20) £80 - £120 (+20% BP*)

Lot 391 Lot 391 Archibald Thorburn - British Birds, published by Longmans, Green & Co, new edition 1925, four volumes, rebound in part leather with marbled boards £250 - £350 (+20% BP*) Lot 392 Arthur G. Butler and F.W. Frohawk (illus) British Birds With Their Nests And Eggs, published by Brumby & Clarke Ltd circa 1898, six volumes, together with F.B. Kirkman (Edit) - The British Bird Book, published by T.C. & E.C. Jack 1911, four volumes and Count De Buffon - The Natural History Of Birds, printed for A. Strahan, T. Cadell and J. Murray 1793, six volumes of nine only (16) £120 - £180 (+20% BP*)

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Lot 394 Lot 394 Reverend F.O. Morris - A Natural History Of British Moths, published by John C. Nimmo Ltd, 1894, four volumes, together with F.W. Frohawk Natural History Of British Butterflies, published by Hutchinson & Co 1924, two blue cloth bound volumes, Reverend F.O. Morris - A History Of British Butterflies, published by George Routledge & Sons Ltd, 9th edition 1904, one green cloth bound volume and Edward Newman - An Illustrated Natural History Of British Butterflies And Moths, published by William Glaisher circa 1900, one blue cloth bound volume (8) £100 - £150 (+20% BP*) Lots 395-397 No lots For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com


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Stamps Lots 398-406

Lot 398 Lot 398 Great Britain and Channel Islands - Collection of mainly Queen Victoria to George VI, including Penny Blacks, high value blocks, errors and postal history, contained in one album (1) £1200 - £1800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 402 Great Britain - Queen Victoria to Queen Elizabeth II mint sheets and blocks including full sheet (5x8) George VI 1939 £1 brown and full sheet (4x5) George VI 1948 £1 silver wedding issue £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 399 Great Britain - Collection of Queen Victoria to Queen Elizabeth II mint stamps, including blocks, contained in one album (1) £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 400 Great Britain - Collection of Queen Elizabeth II pre-decimal and decimal mint blocks, contained in two albums (2) £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 403 Lot 403 British Commonwealth - Collection of mint blocks, contained in a stock book (1) £600 - £800 (+24% BP*) Lot 401 Lot 401 Great Britain - George V £1, Postal Union Congress London 1929 block of four with side margin, together with the lower values including sideways watermark, mounted on one page £600 - £800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 404 British Commonwealth - Collection of 20th Century stamps including part sheets and blocks £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lots 405-406 No lots

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Collection of Blue John Lots 407-423

Lot 407

Lot 408

Lot 407 19th Century Blue John pedestal urn, of neoclassical form with brass acorn finial and socle, on an alabaster, Blue John and black slate or Ashford ‘black marble’ plinth inset with a Blue John tablet, 30cm high, 2123g approx gross £800 - £1200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 409 Mounted Blue John specimen slice, Treak Cliff Blue vein, polished to both sides, 9cm wide x 8cm high, on a polished ‘scrap’ Blue John plinth, 11.5cm high overall, 661g approx £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 408 Blue John goblet or chalice, Millers vein, with turned tapering bowl on a ‘fired’ Blue John tapering stem of two annular knops and stepped domed foot, 23cm high, 1026g approx £1500 - £2500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 410 Blue John bowl, probably turned from a nodule of Landscape vein, of hemispherical form with moulded rim and plain foot, 12cm diameter x 6.5cm high, 329g approx £800 - £1200 (+24% BP*) Lot 411 Blue John shallow dish, possibly Old Tor vein, 6.5cm diameter x 1.5cm high, 56g approx £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 413 Lot 413 Blue John miniature bowl, possibly Old Tor vein, of turned hemispherical form with moulded rim and plain foot, 5cm diameter x 2.5cm high, 33g approx £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 412 Lot 412 Mounted Blue John specimen slice, probably Winnats Five or Old Tor vein, polished to both sides, 7.5cm wide x 8.5cm high, mounted upon a black slate or Ashford black marble rectangular plinth, 10.5cm high overall £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 414 Blue John miniature bowl, probably Treak Cliff Blue vein, of plain hemispherical form, 5.2cm diameter x 2.8cm high, 65g approx £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 417 Blue John specimen slice, possibly Winnats One vein, a nodular section polished both sides, 9.5cm x 6cm, 110g approx £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 415 Lot 415 Blue John specimen slice, Millers vein, polished to both sides, 10cm wide x 6cm high, 68g approx £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 418 Lot 418 Blue John specimen slice, possibly Winnats One vein, a nodular horseshoe section polished to both sides, approx 6cm diameter, 49g approx £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 416 Lot 416 Blue John specimen slice, probably Winnats One vein, polished to one face, smooth but unpolished to the reverse, maximum 14.5cm wide x 16cm high, 496g approx £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 419 Nine Blue John specimen shards, various veins to include; Millers and Treak Cliff Blue, largest 8cm wide approx, total 474g approx gross (9) £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 420 Three assorted Blue John boulders, the largest 16.5cm high, 6112g approx (3) £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 421 Six various Blue John mineral specimens, each having a single polished face, probable veins to include; Oxlow (Top of Treak Cliff Hill), Old Tor, etc, 554g approx (6) £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lots 422-423 No lots

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Medals, Decorations & Related Items Lots 424-492

Lot 424 Lot 424 Queen Victoria pair, comprising: Naval General Service Medal with Syria bar and St Jean d’Acre Medal awarded to Captain Edmond Hearle, Royal Marines (H.M.S. Rodney), together with photocopy of a document relating to Captain Hearle £500 - £800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 426 Lot 426 India Mutiny Medal 1857-58, with Lucknow bar awarded to Gunner Thomas Healy, 2nd Battalion Royal Artillery £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 425 Lot 425 Victorian Punjab Medal, with Mooltan and Goojert bars awarded to Private Choota, Scinde Camel Baggage Corps £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 427 Lot 427 Crimea Medal, with Sebastopol, Inkermann and Alma bars awarded to James Mooney 50th Regiment of Foot £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 428 Crimea Medal, awarded to William Windus, Able Seaman H.M.S. Albion £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 432 Queen Victoria Egypt Medal, with Suakin 1885 bar awarded to 1026 Private W. Powell, Shropshire Light Infantry, together with a Khedive’s Star 1884-6 £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 433 Khedive’s Star 1884-6, unnamed as issued £40 - £50 (+24% BP*)

Lot 431 Queen Victoria Egypt Medal 1882, with Tel-El-Kebir bar, together with a Khedive’s Star 1882 awarded to 15478 Private Walter Luxon, Royal Engineers, mounted in a display frame, together with six coins £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 438 Queens South Africa Medal, with Cape Colony bar awarded to 87067 Gunner C. Ratcliffe, 14th Company Western Division, Royal Garrison Artillery £30 - £50 (+24% BP*) Lot 439 Queens South Africa Medal, with Orange Free State, Cape Colony and South Africa 1901 bars awarded to 46180 Driver W. Brotherhood, Royal Field Artillery £40 - £50 (+24% BP*)

Lot 429 Lot 429 Crimea Medal, with Inkermann and Sebastopol bars awarded to James Conners, 21st Royal Scots Fusiliers £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 430 Crimea Medal, with Sebastopol bar awarded to Private William Skinner, Royal Marines (H.M.S. Albion) £100 - £125 (+24% BP*)

Lot 437 Queen Victoria Naval Long Service And Good Conduct Medal, awarded to William Winders, Command Boatman, H.M.S. Coast Guard £70 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 434 Lot 434 Queen Victoria pair, comprising: Baltic Medal (unnamed) and Royal Naval Long Service And Good Conduct Medal awarded to Edward Long, H.M. Coast Guard, Edward Long served on the following vessels; Amphion, Odin, Penelope and Pembroke £120 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 435 India General Service Medal 1854-95, with Burma 1885-7 bar awarded to 2403 Sergeant W. Fairbairn, 2nd Battalion, Liverpool Regiment £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 436 India Medal 1895-1902, with Tirah 1897-98 and Punjab Frontier 1897-98 bars awarded to 3937 Private W. Wakelin, Royal West Kent Regiment £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 440 Queens South Africa Medal, with Relief Of Ladysmith and Transvaal bars awarded to 2306 Private J. Curtain, Devonshire Regiment £40 - £50 (+24% BP*)

Lot 441 Lot 441 Queens South Africa Medal, with Relief Of Kimberley, Paardeberg, Driefontein, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill and Belfast bars awarded to 2205 Private T. Thompson, Welsh Regiment £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 442 Queens South Africa Medal, awarded to 4659 Private J. Brabant, East Surrey Regiment, together with a George V Army Long Service And Good Conduct Medal awarded to 27644 Mechanist Sergeant Major J. McSweeney, Royal Engineers £35 - £50 (+24% BP*)

Lot 443 Lot 443 Boer War pair, comprising: Queens South Africa Medal with Defence Of Kimberley, Driefontein and Transvaal bars and Kings South Africa Medal with South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 bars awarded to 20893 Sapper J. Hackett, Royal Engineers £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 444 Lot 444 Boer War/World War I group of four, comprising: Queens South Africa Medal with Transvaal, Orange Free State, Cape Colony, South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902 bars, 1914 (Mons) Star with 5th Aug22nd Nov 1914 bar, British War Medal and Victory Medal awarded to 4278 Private F. Barnes 7th Hussars £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 448 Edward VII Naval Long Service And Good Conduct Medal, awarded to 157610 George Redman, Sailmaker, H.M.S. Glory £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 445 Lot 445 Queen Victoria Volunteer Decoration, unnamed, hallmarked for London 1892 £80 - £100 (+24% BP*)

Lot 449 Lot 449 Three police medals Metropolitan Police pair comprising: Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897 and Coronation of King Edward VII 1902 awarded to C. Pawlie/Pawley, V Division/R Division, together with a Special Constabulary Faithful Service Medal awarded to George Pearce £50 - £70 (+24% BP*) Lot 450 George V Imperial Service Medal, awarded to Alfred Barham Tooth, together with an Africa Service Medal awarded to C567437 J. Moss £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 446 Lot 446 Natal Rebellion Medallion, with 1906 bar awarded to Battery Quarter Master Sergeant E. Emery, A Battery, Natal Field Artillery £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 447 Victorian Army Long Service And Good Conduct Medal (3rd type), awarded to 252 3rd C.S. Sergeant A. Piper, Army Service Corps £50 - £70 (+24% BP*)

Lot 451 Lot 451 India Medal 1895-1902, and British War Medal 1914-1918 awarded to Captain/Major R.E. Green, Royal Engineers £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 454 India General Service Medal 1908-1935, with Afghanistan N.W.F. 1918 bar awarded to Lieutenant R.M. Vickery, Supply & Transport Corps £40 - £50 (+24% BP*) Lot 455 India General Service Medal 1908-1935, with Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919 bar awarded to 24544 Gunner J. Hackett, Royal Artillery £40 - £50 (+24% BP*) Lot 452 Lot 452 India General Service Medal 1908-1935, with Burma 193032 bar awarded to 6282322 Private C.H. Izzard, The Buffs, together with a George V Long Service And Good Conduct Medal with Regular Army bar awarded to 1848883 Fusilier H. Parker, Northumberland Fusiliers £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 456 India General Service Medal 1908-1935, with Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919 bar awarded to 202015 Private H. Parkhouse Royal West Kent Regiment £40 - £50 (+24% BP*)

Lot 459 Lot 459 George V Military Medal, awarded to S.10247 Private F.W. Barton, Royal Highlanders £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 460 George V Military Medal, awarded to A-203752 Private W. Woliter, 18/ Kings Royal Rifle Corps £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 461 George V Military Medal, awarded to 241304 Private A. Lewis, 1/5 East Lancashire Regiment £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 453 Lot 453 George V Meritorious Service Medal, awarded to 140894 Corporal W. Thackray 21 Machine Gun Corps Citation from London Gazette 1st January 1919 - for valuable services rendered with the Forces in France and Flanders £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 457 Lot 457 Pair of India General Service Medals 1908-1935 and 1936-1939, awarded to 819249 Gunner J.R. Cousins, Royal Artillery £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 458 India General Service Medal 1908-1935, with Waziristan 1921-24 bar awarded to 4738838 Private E. Bolsover, York and Lancaster Regiment £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 462 George V Military Medal, awarded to 6693 Acting Sergeant J. Murphy, 1/4 Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Territorial Force £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 463 World War I family trio, comprising: 1914-15 Star awarded to Ply 13451 Private E.R. Dursley, Royal Marine Light Infantry, together with British War Medal and Victory Medal awarded to 313707 Flight Sergeant E.E. Dursley, R.A.F. £30 - £50 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 464 World War I trio, awarded to T4-062627 Private/2 Lieutenant W Ross, Army Service Corps and later Highland Light Infantry £30 - £50 (+24% BP*)

Lot 465 Lot 465 World War I trio, awarded to 12584 Private P.F. Cornish, Somerset Light Infantry £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 466 Lot 466 World War I group of four, comprising: 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal and Naval Long Service And Good Conduct Medal awarded to K.10933 A.T. Phelps, the Long Service Medal awarded whilst on H.M.S. Defiance £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lot 467 World War I trio, awarded to 41824 Driver G. Rainbow, Royal Horse Artillery, together with a silver medallion commemorating the Coronation of King George V 1911 £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 468 World War I trio, awarded to 130647 J. Machin, Able Seaman, Royal Navy £30 - £40 (+24% BP*)

Lot 469 Lot 469 Small World War I display, relating to the East Kent Regiment (The Buffs) comprising: trio of medals awarded to Private H.W. Bradley, cap badge, shoulder badge, button and silver War Badge £30 - £50 (+24% BP*)

Lot 470 Lot 470 Great War and later B.E.M. group of six, awarded to 15160 Shipwright Thomas E. Davis, Royal Navy comprising: British Empire Medal (Military), British War Medal to Shipwright T.E. Davis, Royal Navy, Naval Long Service And Good Conduct Medal to Shipwright T.E. Davis H.M.S. Doon and a World War II trio of 1939-45 War Medal, 1939-1945 Star and Atlantic Star £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 471 Lot 471 World War I O.B.E group of four, awarded to Private (later Major) J.Leon 5/London Regiment comprising: O.B.E. (Military), in original case of issue, 1914 (Mons) Star with 5th Aug-22nd Nov 1914 bar and silver rose, British War Medal and Victory Medal together with all relevant miniatures The Mons Star is named to 8850 Private J.Leon, 5/London Regiment whilst the British War Medal and the Victory Medal are simply named to Major J.Leon, the O.B.E. has the script ‘Major J.Leon 1919’ written in pen on the underside of the lid £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 472 Lot 472 George V M.B.E. (Civil Division), hallmarked for London 1928 £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 473 Lot 473 Distinguished Flying Cross, unnamed, the reverse dated 1943 £350 - £450 (+24% BP*) Lot 474 George VI Palestine General Service Medal, awarded to 566017 Sergeant R.G. Gilmore, R.A.F., together with an Elizabeth II Northern Ireland General Service Medal awarded to 24444934 Trouper J.M. Scorrer, Royal Tank Regiment £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 475 Lot 475 George VI Naval General Service Medal, with Malaya bar awarded to C/SSX 852780 J. Welland, Able Seaman, Royal Navy, together with a similar Queen Elizabeth II medal with Near East bar awarded to C/J 958610 D. Reid, Ordinary Seaman Royal Navy £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) 90

Lot 476 Lot 476 George VI family pair of Royal Naval Long Service And Good Conduct Medals, awarded to Ply/x 532 A.J. Taylor MNE, Royal Marines and Ply/x 167 A.E. Taylor, MNE, Royal Marines £70 - £90 (+24% BP*) Lot 477 Elizabeth II General Service Medal, with Malaya bar awarded to 22847878 Corporal A.A. Tinsley Royal Signals £30 - £45 (+24% BP*)

Lot 480 Lot 480 World War I Memorial Plaque, named to Private Arthur Gilbert Higgins, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, killed in action 31/5/18 £30 - £50 (+24% BP*) Lot 481 World War I Memorial Plaque, named to Sergeant William Reginald Manning, Royal Horse Artillery/Royal Field Artillery, killed in action 10/5/15 £30 - £50 (+24% BP*)

Lot 478 George VI Pakistan Independence Medal, awarded to 3228366 Sepoy Nur Mohd Balugh £20 - £30 (+24% BP*)

Lot 482 Lot 482 World War I Memorial Plaque, named to Leading Stoker, H.M.S. Formidable, Samuel John Reed killed in action 1/1/15 £30 - £50 (+24% BP*) Lot 479 Lot 479 Elizabeth II group of three, comprising: Korea Medal, United Nations Korea Medal and General Service Medal with Malaya bar awarded to 22103296 CFN/Corporal W.E. Thomas, R.E.M.E. £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 483 World War I Memorial Plaque, named to William Henry Bennett, H.M.S. Hampshire, killed in action 6/7/16 £30 - £50 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 486 Three United States medals Legion Of Merit, Purple Heart and Navy Cross £30 - £50 (+24% BP*)

Lot 484 Lot 484 World War I Memorial Plaque, named to Frank Smith £25 - £40 (+24% BP*) Lot 485 World War I Memorial Plaque, named to Phillip Frederick Cornish £25 - £40 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 487 Two Belgium decorations Order of Leopold I and Order of the Crown, together with a Prussia decoration - Order of the Red Eagle (4th class) £50 - £70 (+24% BP*) Lot 488 Belgium - A group of eight medals and decorations, comprising: Order of Leopold Commander Military with swords neck badge, Order of Leopold French Knight badge military with swords, World War I Order of the Crown neck badge, Order of Leopold Officers Medal with oakleaf, War Cross 1940-1945 with four oakleaves, 1940-1945 Escapees Cross, 1940-1945 Political Prisoners Cross and 1940-1945 War Commemorative Medal (8) £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 489 Collection of excess of seventy military cap badges, some possibly reproduction £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 490 Collection of twenty-one Shako plates, and similar badges, some reproduction £150 - £200 (+24% BP*) Lot 491 Collection of silver and other shooting medals, fobs and medallions, displayed in three cabinet frames £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 490

Lot 492 Books/Medals - Collection of various books, relating to medals and medal collecting including; Peter Warrington - For Bravery In The Field, Great War British Army Recipients Of The Military Medal 1914-1920 and For Distinguished & Meritorious Services In Time Of War, The Great Ware Recipients Of The Military Cross 1914-1920 etc (14) £30 - £50 (+20% BP*)

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Militaria, Weapons & Related Items Lots 493-506 Lot 493 Box-lock percussion pistol, by Nock, London, round, turn-off barrel 4.5cm, engraved frame, slabsided walnut butt £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 494 Lot 494 Box-lock percussion pistol, no maker shown, round, turn-off barrel 7.5cm, brass engraved frame, slab-sided walnut butt £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 495 Lot 495 Breech loading 4 shot pepperbox pistol, in .30 cal rim fire pistol by C. Sharps & Co, Philada.P.A. patent 1859, the four barrel cluster slides forward for loading and has rotating firing pin on the hammer, spur trigger, brass frame, blued steel barrels, walnut grips with spare gutta-percha grips, serial no: 20133, barrel length 7.75cm £600 - £900 (+24% BP*) 92

Lot 496 Lot 496 Breech loading 4 shot pepperbox pistol, in .30 cal rim fire pistol by C. Sharps & Co, Philada.P.A. patent 1859, the four barrel cluster slides forward for loading and has rotating firing pin on the hammer, spur trigger, brass frame with traces of silver plate, blued steel barrels, walnut grips with spare gutta-percha grips, serial no: 12120, barrel length 7.75cm £600 - £900 (+24% BP*)

Lot 497 Lot 497 Red Jacket No. 4 5 shot .32 cal. rim-fire revolver, late 19th Century, by the Lee Arms Co, Wilks & Barre P.A., octagonal sighted barrel 6cm, fluted cylinder, spur trigger all nickel plated including frame, mother-of-pearl grips, serial no: 22151, in its green baize lined box with an empty cardboard cartridge box ‘Bristol Cartridges’ £500 - £700 (+24% BP*) For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com


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Lot 498 Lot 498 U.S. Civil War period .31 cal. percussion pocket pistol, with E. Whitney N. Haven on barrel flat, 9cm octagonal barrel with underlever rammer, 5 shot round cylinder, no scene, brass trigger guard, 2 piece walnut grips, re-finished overall £500 - £700 (+24% BP*)

Lot 501 Lot 501 Remington New Model, Army percussion revolver, circa 1863-1875 .44 calibre 20cm sighted octagonal barrel, threads visible at breech end, safety notches on cylinder shoulders between nipples, under lever rammer, blued finish, patented 1858 on the flat with Remington & Sons Ilion, New York USA, New Model, brass trigger guard and two piece walnut grips with inspectors mark on left grip (initials within cartouche) £1800 - £2200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 499 Lot 499 .30 cal. rim-fire revolver, signed Whitneyville Armoury CT U.S on barrel flat, 7cm octagonal barrel 5 shot fluted cylinder, brass frame with traces of silver finish, walnut ‘birds-head’ grips £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 500 .38 cal. rim-fire revolver, by ‘US Arms Co. N.Y.’, with No 38 on top flat circa 1870-1890, Parent company was Otis.A. Smith Connecticut, 5cm octagonal sighted barrel, fluted cylinder and frame all nickel plated with later engraving, black ‘birdshead’ butt £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 502 Lot 502 U.S. Civil War period .36 cal. percussion revolver, by Whitney, 17.5cm octagonal sighted barrel with N. Haven on the flat, 6 shot round cylinder, under barrel loading lever, solid 3 screw frame, 2 piece walnut grips, with worn inspector mark £800 - £1200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 503 Lot 503 Pair of World War II German 7x50 Kriegsmarine binoculars, by Carl Zeiss, grey painted and with original rubber mounts and Benutzer lens cover, stamped 7x50 64019 blc £1000 - £1200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 505 Lot 505 Trench Art - World War I shell case vase, engraved with the script ‘The case of the last shell fired in the Great War by C/149 Bde R.F.A. from near Avelghem on the Lys Belgium, 10 Nov 1918’, also engraved with the badge of the Royal Field Artillery and facsimile signatures of members of C/149 Brigade, 29.5cm high £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 504 Lot 504 Small scale sextant by Cooke & Son Ltd of Hull, serial No.38975, in its original Bakelite case, believed to have been used on Sunderland flying boats, together with an American Hydrographic Office Star Finder And Identifier £300 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 506 Lot 506 Postcards - World War I period postcard album, containing approximately 320 French printed cards depicting villages and towns, both before and after bombardment, together with approximately 125 other cards, This collection was compiled by Private John Wright, a driver in the Army Service Corps. The lot also includes various papers and ephemera related to his time in the services £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

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Silver & White Metal Lots 507-549

Lot 508 Lot 508 Victorian composite canteen of silver Kings pattern cutlery, comprising: twelve table forks, twelve dessert forks, nine dessert spoons, six serving spoons of varying size and ten teaspoons, sponsor’s marks of Francis Higgins, Chawner & Co and Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd, London 1871-1885, together with a pair of matching sugar tongs, sponsor’s mark of John Smyth, Dublin 1850, combined weight 114oz approx £1000 - £1200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 507 Lot 507 George V silver rectangular two handled tray, having a beaded border and with engraved ribbon and swag decoration, sponsors mark of James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1926, 60.5cm wide inclusive of handles, 93oz approx £750 - £850 (+24% BP*)

Lot 509 George V silver spirit kettle and stand, the kettle with part fluted decoration, gadrooned edge and ebonised handle, the stand on tapered reeded supports, sponsors mark of Barker Brothers, Chester 1916, overall height 30.5cm, 38.6oz approx gross £300 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 510 George V silver four piece tea service, each piece of octagonal form and comprising: teapot, hot water jug, two handled sugar basin and cream jug, sponsors of Frank Cobb & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1934/1936, height of hot water jug 21cm to the top of the handle, combined weight 51.5oz approx gross £400 - £500 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 511 Five Georgian silver Old English pattern table spoons, various sponsor’s marks, London 1790, 1794, 1796, 1817 and Exeter 1808, combined weight 9.5oz approx £100 - £125 (+24% BP*)

Lot 514 Lot 514 George III silver pap boat, no sponsors mark, London 1793, 13.25cm long, 1.6oz approx £60 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 512 Lot 512 General Strike 1926/Great Western Railway Interest - Silver presentation pin tray bearing the inscription ‘General Strike, May 1926, To Mr E.J. Nutman, with the grateful thanks of the Great Western Railway Co’, sponsor’s mark of A.C. Bloxham Ltd, Birmingham 1926, 8.75cm x 13.25cm £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 513 Lot 513 19th Century Scottish Provincial silver Fiddle pattern ladle, sponsors marks of John Menzies of Greenock, 16.75cm long, 1.5oz approx £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 515 Lot 515 George V silver hip flask, the removable cup with engraved monogram, sponsors mark of Charles Packer & Co, Sheffield 1911, 15.5cm high, 10oz approx £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 516 Lot 516 Victorian silver visiting card case, having allover engine turned decoration, sponsor’s mark of Alfred Taylor, Birmingham 1853, 10cm x 7cm, 2oz approx £60 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 517 Lot 517 Victorian silver aide memoire/visiting card case, having allover foliate engraved decoration and opening to reveal a brown leather lined interior, sponsor’s mark of Frederick Marson, Birmingham 1887, 10cm x 7cm, 3.4oz approx gross £80 - £100 (+24% BP*)

Lot 521 Lot 521 Pair of George III silver rectangular bucket shaped salts, each having a gadrooned rim, gilded interior and standing on four ball feet, sponsors mark of Ann Robertson, Newcastle, no date but circa 1807, 9.25cm long, combined weight 5.7oz approx £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 518 George III silver drum mustard pot, having a blue glass liner, sponsors marks rubbed, London 1776, 7.2cm high inclusive of thumbpiece, 5oz approx, together with a Georgian silver Fiddle pattern mustard spoon £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 519 Plain George III silver drum mustard pot, having a gadrooned rim and blue glass liner, sponsors mark probably of John Wall, London 1787, 7.5cm high inclusive of thumbpiece, 4.3oz approx nett, together with a Georgian silver Fiddle pattern mustard spoon £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 522 Lot 522 Victorian mother-of-pearl mounted silver bladed folding fruit knife, and matching fork, sponsor’s mark of John Yeomans Cowlishaw, Sheffield 1877 and 1880, each 9cm long and contained in the original fitted case £50 - £80 (+24% BP*) Lot 523 Edward VII Art Nouveau design silver fork and spoon, commemorating the Coronation of King Edward VII, 1902, sponsors mark of Pearce & Sons, Sheffield 1901, 16cm long, combined weight 2.4oz approx, housed in the original red velvet lined presentation case £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 520 Lot 520 Pair of George III silver boat shaped pedestal salts, each having a spiral twist rim, sponsors mark of Paul Storr, London 1797, 6.25cm high, combined weight 4.8oz approx, together with a pair of Georgian silver Fiddle pattern salt spoons £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 524 Lot 524 Pair of Victorian/George V oval silver dishes, each having embossed stylised foliate decoration, sponsors mark of Charles Stuart Harris, London 1885 and 1915, 26.75cm wide, combined weight 26.4oz approx £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 528

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Lot 531

Lot 528 Pair of George II silver baluster pepperettes, each having a pierced cover and standing on a circular foot, sponsors mark probably of Samuel Wood, London 1755, 14cm high, combined weight 9.6oz approx £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 525 Lot 525 Pair of George III silver oval salvers, each having a beaded rim, central engraved crest within an engraved border, standing on four scroll feet, sponsors marks of John Crouch I & Thomas Hannam, London 1780, 18.5cm x 23.25cm, combined weight 23.2oz approx £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 526 Elizabeth II silver salver, having a pie-crust edge and standing on four scroll feet, sponsors mark of James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1972, 35.75cm diameter, 36.9oz approx £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 527 George III silver cream jug, having a shaped rim, ogee scroll handle and standing on triple pad feet, sponsors mark indistinct, London 1763, 9.5cm high, 2.2oz approx £60 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 529 Modern Irish silver tumbler, of slightly flared form, sponsors mark of Royal Irish Silver Co, Dublin 1974, 8cm high, 5.8oz approx, together with an Elizabeth II silver bowl, sponsors mark of Spink & Son, London 1972, 5.75cm high, 5.3oz approx £100 - £125 (+24% BP*) Lot 530 George I silver octagonal sugar caster, having a typical pierced domed cover and standing on a conforming octagonal foot, sponsors mark of Thomas Bamford, London 1724, 17.25cm high, 7.7oz approx £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 531 George III Scottish silver wine funnel, having a gadrooned rim, sponsor’s mark of William & Patrick Cunningham, Edinburgh circa 1818, 13.25cm high, 3.8oz approx, together with a George IV Irish silver wine funnel stand also having a gadrooned rim, sponsors mark of Stephen Bergin or Samuel Beare, Dublin 1824, 11.25cm diameter, 2.5oz approx £350 - £400 (+24% BP*) Lot 532 George V silver mounted horse hoof inkwell, the hinged cover engraved ‘Tuppenny’, sponsors mark of Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1910, 7.25cm high £100 - £125 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 533 Lot 533 Pair of elaborate Edward VII silver spoons, having allover pierced decoration, sponsors mark of Thomas Levesley, Sheffield 1901, 22.5cm long, combined weight 4.2oz approx, cased £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 535 Lot 535 George III silver two handled cup, having a central raised band and standing on a circular foot, sponsors mark of John Langlands I & John Robertson I, Newcastle, no date letter but circa 1785, 15.25cm high, 15.3oz approx £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 534 Lot 534 Good quality Edward VII silver baluster shaped claret jug, having allover embossed figural and floral decoration and standing on a circular foot, sponsors mark of Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, London 1903, 30.5cm high, 29.5oz approx £1200 - £1800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 536 Lot 536 George III silver baluster tankard, having a scroll handle and standing on a circular foot, sponsors mark of John Langlands I, Newcastle 1774, 13cm high, 10.5oz approx £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 537 George VI silver bowl, having alternate plain and pierced panels, sponsors mark of Josiah Williams & Co, London 1938, 20.75cm diameter, 11oz approx £60 - £90 (+24% BP*) Lot 538 Pair of Elizabeth II silver gilt two handled cups and covers, each having engraved grapevine and scroll decoration and standing on a circular foot, sponsors mark of Nayler Brothers, London 1959, 13.75cm high, combined weight 14oz approx £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 541 George III engraved silver boat shaped cruet stand, having a central loop handle and standing on four splayed feet with ball terminals, sponsors mark indistinct, London 1804, together with four glass bottles with conforming silver mounts, another odd silver mounted bottle and two plain glass bottles, 23cm high £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 539 Victorian cut glass baluster shaped claret jug, the engraved silver mounts and handle having an indistinct sponsor’s mark, Sheffield 1868, 23.75cm high £150 - £200 (+24% BP*) Lot 540 Pair of good George III silver pedestal sauce boats, each having a gadrooned rim, high reeded loop handle and standing on an oval foot, sponsors marks of John Parker I & Edward Wakelin, London 1774, 14.5cm high inclusive of handles, combined weight 25.5oz approx, together with a pair of George III silver Old English pattern sauce ladles, each having bright cut decoration and a scallop bowl, hallmarks indistinct, 16.75cm long, combined weight 2.6oz approx £800 - £1200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 542 Lot 542 Pair of A.E.Jones two handled hammered silver bon bon dishes, each standing on four pad feet and having a clear glass liner, Birmingham 1922, 8.5cm diameter exclusive of handles, combined weight 3.7oz approx £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 546 Lot 546 19th/20th Century Dutch silver three piece tea service, the teapot and cream jug bearing the marks of J.M. van Kempen, 1841, 2nd standard purity, the sugar basin hallmarked for Amsterdam 1948, 1st standard purity, teapot 11.75cm high, combined weight 28oz approx gross £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) Lot 547 Mid 19th Century Swedish silver mounted pin cushion, having embossed stylised foliate decoration, maker L & Co, Stockholm 1849, 15cm x 10.5cm £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 543 Lot 543 Pair of Edward VII silver slender baluster shaped two handled candlestick vases, each standing on a circular foot, sponsors mark of Williams Ltd, Birmingham 1907, 32.25cm high, weighted £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 548 White metal rectangular box, the hinged cover having embossed Siamese style decoration with figures amongst scroll work on a pitted ground, opening to reveal a walnut lined interior, 17.25cm wide, 16.6oz approx gross £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 544 Edward VII rectangular silver ring box, the hinged cover with a decorative rim, opening to reveal a green velvet interior, sponsors mark of A&J Zimmerman Ltd, Birmingham 1907, 7cm £50 - £80 (+24% BP*) wide, weighted

Lot 545 Lot 545 19th Century Russian silver snuff box, the hinged cover having engraved decoration depicting an architectural view, the remainder with engraved stylised banding, full hallmarks indistinct but dated 1882, makers mark untraced, 7.5cm wide, 2.9oz approx £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 549 Lot 549 Matched late 19th Century Indian white metal tea service, comprising: spirit kettle and stand 40.5cm high, teapot, two handled sugar basin, cream jug and oval two handled tray 47cm wide inclusive of handles, all pieces typically decorated with village scenes in relief, also included in the lot is a small Indian silver sugar bowl and a napkin ring, combined weight 140oz approx gross £500 - £800 (+24% BP*)

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Jewellery, Gold & Other Coins Lots 550-680

Lot 550 Lot 550 Diamond and synthetic stone cluster ring, with post revolution Russian marks to the outside of the shank, the twelve brilliant cuts enclosing the central oval cut pink synthetic stone totalling approximately 0.96 carats, size S, approx 7.9g gross £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 551 Lot 551 Diamond single stone ring, stamped ‘14k’, the brilliant cut measuring approximately 6.6mm x 3.5mm, calculated as weighing approximately 0.9 carats, size N, approx 2.6g gross £800 - £1000 (+24% BP*)

Lot 552 Lot 552 Three stone diamond 18ct gold ring, the graduated illusion set brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.6 carats, size P½, approx 3.4g gross £400 - £600 (+24% BP*) 102

Lot 553 Lot 553 Five stone diamond ring, post revolution Russian marks, including ‘585’, the graduated brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.8 carats, size S, approx 4.3g gross £180 - £220 (+24% BP*)

Lot 554 Lot 554 Opal and diamond ring, stamped ‘18ct’, the three graduated oval cabochons with pairs of old brilliant cuts between, totalling approximately 0.24 carats, size J, approx 3.9g gross £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 555 Diamond and calibré ruby bombé ring, unmarked, the central brilliant cut of approximately 0.8 carats, enclosed by eight triangular calibré cut rubies, with twentyfour brilliant and single cuts to the domed head, circa 1920, size O½, 4.2g gross, cased £1500 - £1800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 556 Lot 556 Rose diamond cluster ring, stamped to the outside of the shank ‘750’ and ‘925’, of target design, size P½, approx 16g gross £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 557 Lot 557 Nine stone diamond cluster ring, unmarked, the old brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.8 carats, size O, approx 2.5g gross £250 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 555

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Lot 560 Sapphire and diamond cluster ring, in 18ct gold, the sapphire approximately 14.2mm x 9.6mm x 5mm deep, enclosed by fourteen brilliant cut diamonds totalling approximately 2 carats, size K, 8.9g gross £1000 - £1500 (+24% BP*) Lot 558 Lot 558 22ct gold aquamarine ring, the rectangular cut measuring approximately 10mm x 7.5mm x 5.6mm deep, with trios of colourless stones to each shoulder, size P, approx 4g gross £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 559 Lot 559 Sapphire and diamond three stone ring, indistinct mark, the cushion shaped sapphire measuring approximately 6.3mm x 6mm x 3.9mm deep, with an old brilliant cut to either side, these totalling approximately 0.8 carats, size L½, approx 3.4g gross £350 - £450 (+24% BP*)

Lot 563 Lot 563 Single stone opal ring, stamped ‘18ct’ and ‘Plat’, the oval cabochon measuring approximately 22.3mm x 11.8mm x 5mm deep, size L, approx 5.8g gross £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

Lot 561 Lot 561 Diamond and calibré ruby ring, indistinctly marked, the central line of rectangular cut stones with a baguette cut to either end, with a line of six old cut brilliants above and below, the twelve diamonds totalling approximately 0.36 carats, size P, approx 5.5g gross £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 562 Lot 562 Late Victorian hardstone cameo ring, carved as a classical female in profile, with a small old mine cut diamond to each shoulder, size Q, approx 3.7g gross £120 - £160 (+24% BP*) Lot 560

Lot 564 Lot 564 Sapphire and diamond 18ct gold ring, circa 1910, the three graduated oval cut stones with pairs of old cut diamonds between, size N, approx 3g gross, cased £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 565 Lot 565 Single stone diamond 18ct gold ring, the step cut stone of approximately 0.4 carats, size J, approx 2.9g gross £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 566

Lot 568

Lot 566 Sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the white mount unmarked, the oval cut sapphire measuring 9.5mm x 7.7mm x 4.4mm deep, enclosed by twenty-four randomly set brilliants totalling approximately 1.2 carats, size Q½, approx 7.4g gross £500 - £700 (+24% BP*)

Lot 568 Five stone diamond ring, stamped ‘18ct’ and ‘Plat’, the graduated old brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.6 carats, size Q, approx 3.2g gross £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

Lot 567 Lot 567 Princess cut diamond ring, the white mount stamped ‘14k’, the central stone measuring approximately 3.7mm square, with a trio of Princess cuts to each shoulder, size N; with a half hoop ring, the white mount stamped ‘14k’, channel set with nine Princess cuts, size N, approx 9g gross £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 571 Lot 571 Diamond single stone ring, stamped ‘18ct’, the old brilliant cut measuring approximately 7.6mm x 4.7mm, calculated as weighing approximately 1.6 carats, size L, approx 2.1g gross £500 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 569 Lot 569 Single stone diamond ring, in platinum, the brilliant cut calculated as weighing approximately 1.9 carats, size O, approx 6.3g gross £3000 - £3500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 572 Lot 572 Diamond set ring, stamped ‘585’, with two rows of channel set small diamonds, the sixteen diamonds totalling approximately 0.08 carats, size M½, approx 3.5g gross £70 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 570 Lot 570 Three stone diamond platinum ring, the graduated brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.5 carats, size L½, approx 4.4g gross £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 573 Lot 573 Single stone diamond 18ct white gold ring, the brilliant cut of approximately 1 carat, size L½, approx 3.1g gross £500 - £600 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 574 Lot 574 Twenty-one stone diamond cluster ring, ‘18ct Plat’, the central old brilliant cut of approximately 0.2 carats, enclosed by ten Swiss cut diamonds, with ten single cut points to the outer edge, size Q, approx 3.3g gross £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 577 Blue topaz and diamond cluster ring, stamped ‘14k’, the oval cut stone enclosed by seven small brilliant cuts above and seven below, with a trio of baguettes to either side, size L, 5.4g gross £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 579 Lot 579 Art Deco diamond panel ring, the white mount unmarked, the three brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.45 carats, enclosed by a rectangular panel set with rose cuts, a single cut diamond to each shoulder, size N, 2.9g gross £500 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 578 Lot 578 Diamond single stone ring, stamped ‘14k’, the brilliant cut with facetted girdle of approximately 0.8 carats, size O, approx 2.5g gross £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 580 Lot 580 Sapphire and diamond cluster ring, stamped ‘18ct’, the central seven sapphires enclosed by twenty-four single cut diamonds, size L, approx 8g gross £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 577 Lot 575 Lot 575 Fifteen stone diamond cluster 18ct white gold cluster ring, the three central baguettes enclosed by twelve small brilliant cuts, size P½, approx 3g gross £150 - £200 (+24% BP*) Lot 576 Diamond single stone ring, the white mount stamped ‘18ct’, the brilliant cut measuring approximately 8.5mm diameter x 4.6mm, calculated as weighing approximately 2.03 carats, size O, 3.8g gross £6000 - £8000 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 581 Lot 581 Sapphire and diamond ring, stamped ‘18ct & Plat’, the cabochon measuring approximately 6.7mm x 4.6mm x 2.9mm deep, enclosed by twelve single cut diamonds, size Q½, approx 2.6g gross £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 582 Lot 582 Art Deco coral, diamond and enamel ring, unmarked, the bouton coral approximately 9.3mm diameter, enclosed in a black enamel border, with a quartet of single cuts to each shoulder, size L½, 3.7g gross £400 - £500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 583 Lot 583 Sapphire and diamond cluster ring, unmarked, the oval sapphire measuring approximately 6.4mm x 5mm x 3.9mm deep, enclosed by eight brilliant cut diamonds totalling approximately 1.2 carats, size R½, approx 3.8g gross £600 - £800 (+24% BP*) 106

Lot 584 Lot 584 Cartier - Platinum wedding band, stamped Cartier Pt 950 HJ6002, approx size T, 6.4g approx£180 - £220 (+24% BP*)

Lot 585 Lot 585 Aquamarine and diamond ring, stamped ‘585’, the step cut stone measuring approximately 17.8mm x 14.9mm x 10.3mm deep, each shoulder set with a quartet of diamonds totalling approximately 0.2 carats, size L½, approx 9.6g gross £600 - £800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 586 Lot 586 Enamelled lion ring, stamped ‘750’, the roaring lion’s head with green cabochon eyes, green enamel decorated shank, size N½, approx 7.4g gross £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 587 Lot 587 Victorian five stone turquoise ring, unmarked, the graduated cabochons with pairs of red stones between, all to a bead edged mount, size P½, 3.3g gross £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 588 Lot 588 Late Victorian diamond and pearl pendant brooch, of flower head design, the central pearl (untested and unwarranted) of approximately 7.5mm diameter, fourteen old brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.8 carats, with fourteen petals set with a rose cut diamond, 3.2cm diameter, to a brooch fitting set with diamonds of almost fleur de lys design £800 - £1000 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 589 Lot 589 Austrian diamond and enamel four leaf clover brooch, control marks to the pin and catch, each leaf trimmed with rose diamonds and in green enamel, 2.2cm across, in original A. Hoffstatter of Vienna box £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 590 Lot 590 Late Victorian diamond brooch, of hexafoil design, the central old brilliant cut of approximately 0.7 carats, enclosed by twelve small old cuts with six old cuts totalling approximately 0.9 carats, all within a shaped frame of fifty-eight small old cuts, with hook to attach a drop and a hinged ring for a bale, 2.9cm diameter, approx 9.5g gross, cased £1200 - £1500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 591 Lot 591 Diamond and calibré cut synthetic sapphires panel brooch, unmarked, the central line of single cuts separated by lines of calibré stones, 6.3cm long, 7.4g gross £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 592 Lot 592 Gem set butterfly bar brooch, unmarked, set with rose cut diamonds to the wings and abdomen, sapphire thorax and ruby eyes, the knife edge bar with a ruby terminal, 5cm long, approx 4.9g gross £250 - £280 (+24% BP*)

Lot 593 Lot 593 Edwardian stone set brooch, tagged ‘15ct’, of circular outline, 2.3cm diameter, approx 4g gross £60 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 594 Lot 594 Victorian amethyst and split pearl oval brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, 2.6cm x 2.1cm, 7.6g gross £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 595 Lot 595 Fly pendant, set with opals and red stones, 2.5cm long, approx 3.3g gross £70 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 596 Lot 596 Edwardian rose diamond and ruby circlet brooch, unmarked, the arched circle with inner points of pendeloque cut rubies, 2.4cm, 4.4g gross £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 597 Lot 597 Late Victorian split pearl pendant/brooch, unmarked, the central cluster with seven spiralling arms, detachable brooch fitting and a hinged bale, 2.7cm diameter, approx 8.7g gross £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 598 Lot 598 Austro Hungarian enamel blister pearl and stone set brooch, 5cm long including the drop £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 599 Lot 599 Miniature portrait diamond set brooch, circa 1890, unmarked, the rectangular panel of a young woman wearing a large brimmed hat, enclosed by silver collet set rose cut diamonds, 2.6cm x 2.3cm, 8.9g gross £100 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 600 Lot 600 Edwardian seed pearl brooch, unmarked, the flowerhead centre with curled lines above and below with two ruby set star motifs, 3.6cm long, 5g gross £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 603 Lot 603 Uni David-Andersen, Norway - Enamel brooch, 5.7cm long, import mark for 1968 £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 601 Lot 601 Edwardian amethyst and seed pearl brooch, unmarked, 4.4cm long, 4.6g gross £70 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 604 Lot 604 9ct gold large amethyst heart pendant, 3.2cm long, on a chain, 44cm long £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 602 Lot 602 Three row cultured pearl bracelet, to a marcasite and cultured pearl set clasp, stamped ‘935’ £50 - £70 (+24% BP*)

Lot 605 Lot 605 Unmarked yellow metal and pearl bangle, of oval form set thirty-one small pearls within clawtype setting, 20.3g approx gross £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 606 Lot 606 Jade, diamond and seed pearl tassel pendant, circa 1920, the jade bead with a diamond suspension above, also below to a large oval jade, 2cm long x 1.4cm wide, a rose diamond border above the twenty-five strands of seed pearls £400 - £500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 607 Lot 607 Tortoiseshell pique work bracelet, of circular links, to a bolt ring clasp, 20cm long £180 - £220 (+24% BP*)

Lot 608 Lot 608 Long row of uniform pearls, the two hundred and fifty-five pearls (untested and unwarranted) of approximately 2.8mm - 3.5mm diameter, to a bolt ring clasp, 97cm long, approx 13g gross £90 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 609 Lot 609 Paul Spurgeon - Platinum and three-stone diamond pendant, with matching platinum necklace, the curved pendant set three marquise cut diamonds, totalling approximately .75 carat total weight, attached to a platinum wire necklace, 10.4g approx gross £800 - £1200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 610 Lot 610 Pair of French rose diamond and enamelled brooches, one with control marks, 3.2cm x 2.6cm, approx 19g gross £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 611 Lot 611 French leontine, with French control marks, the two strand chain with enamelled spacers, serpent split ring, a watch key set with rose cut diamonds, a similar small seal and a propelling pencil, 33cm long, approx 33g gross £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 612 Lot 612 Gem set butterfly brooch/pendant, stamped 18CT, set throughout with rubies, emeralds and seed pearls, 4.9cm across, approx 10.7g gross, the detachable bale slides onto the pin £400 - £500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 613 Lot 613 Victorian shell cameo brooch, in an unmarked gold mount, carved as various classical mythological figures and cherubs, 6cm long, 24.5g gross £100 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 614 Lot 614 Murrle Bennett & Co Art Nouveau opal set brooch, almost of shield shape, stamped ‘MB & Co’ monogram and ‘950’, the opal 11mm long, 2.8cm across £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 615 Lot 615 Theodor Fahrner for Murrle Bennett & Co - Art Nouveau silver and enamel green agate set brooch, stamped ‘TF’ monogram, ‘950’, ‘MB & Co’ monogram and ‘Regal’, possibly to a design by Max Gradl, 3cm across £150 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 616 Lot 616 Ruby and sapphire brooch, stamped ‘750’ and ‘Greece’, of circular outline, with applied wirework decoration, 3.3cm diameter, approx 16.5g gross £250 - £300 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 617 Lot 617 Three stone diamond bar brooch, unmarked, the old brilliant cuts totalling approximately 1.4 carats, 4cm long, 4.2g gross, cased £350 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 618 Lot 618 Late Victorian opal and diamond crescent brooch, unmarked, the eleven graduated oval cabochons with rose diamond points between, 5.5cm long, with a safety chain, approx 5g gross £300 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 619 Lot 619 Cultured pearl circlet brooch, unmarked, 2.5cm diameter, 3.2g gross, cased £60 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 620 Lot 620 Seed pearl set floral spray brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, 5cm long, approx 5.1g gross £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 621 Lot 621 Pair of Continental cultured pearl and rose diamond drop earrings, unmarked, 3cm long, approx 3.3g gross, cased £70 - £100 (+24% BP*)

Lot 622 Lot 622 Diamond pendant on chain with matching earrings, the articulated line of six brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.6 carats, on an 18ct gold filed curb link chain, 40cm long, with a pair of matching earrings, the ten brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.8 carats, 6.7g gross £600 - £800 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 626 Pair of jade and diamond drop earrings, the tear shaped stone, approximately 1.4cm long, to an inverted V shaped diamond set mount, to a jade set screw fitting, stamped ‘18ct’, with a pair of jade set pierced earring fittings £800 - £900 (+24% BP*)

Lot 623 Lot 623 Pair of marcasite and paste set giardinetto drop earrings, 4.5cm long, cased £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 624 Lot 624 Pair of single stone diamond earstuds, the brilliant cuts totalling approximately 2 carats £1500 - £1800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 627 Lot 627 Bracelet, of fancy links, stamped ‘9ct’, with numerous charms attached, 105g gross approx £800 - £1000 (+24% BP*)

Lot 625 Lot 625 Pair of ruby and rose cut diamond Continental earrings, with control marks, approx 7.9g gross £90 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 628 Lot 628 Watch chain, stamped ‘9c’, of fetter and three wheatsheaf link, with a bolt ring, T-bar and swivel clasp, 35.5cm long, approx 27.5g gross £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 629 Lot 629 Long chain, of pierced cube links, with swivel catch and T-bar, 80cm long, approx 18.5g gross £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

Lot 632 Lot 632 19th Century gold long chain, unmarked, of foxtail type links with star pierced spacers at intervals, with swivel clasp, 145cm long, approx 39.9g gross £500 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 630 Lot 630 Victorian gold collar, circa 1880, unmarked, the central line of star pierced panels, enclosed by large beads to one side and small beads the other, 46cm long, 33g gross £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 633 Lot 633 Victorian gold collar, circa 1880, tagged ‘15ct’, the centre of star pierced links with bead outer edges, 44cm long, 35g gross £450 - £650 (+24% BP*)

Lot 631 Lot 631 Bracelet, of hollow curb links, stamped ‘9ct’, to a padlock clasp, 18g gross £150 - £200 (+24% BP*) 114

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Lot 634 Lot 634 Necklace, stamped ‘375’, of three colour kiss links, 43.5cm long, 18.4g gross £150 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 635 Lot 635 Late Victorian split pearl and diamond necklace, stamped ‘15ct’, the frontispiece with three flower head motif with a small diamond to each, with a fringe between each, 35cm long, with a section that had been removed, approx 20g gross £600 - £800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 636 Lot 636 9ct gold bracelet, of solid curb links to a padlock clasp, approx 26g gross £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 637 Lot 637 Two colour bracelet, stamped ‘18KT’, 19.5cm long, approx 27.7g gross £400 - £500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 638 Lot 638 Two colour chain, to match the previous lot, with indistinct marks, 45.5cm long, approx 44g gross £700 - £900 (+24% BP*)

Lot 639 Lot 639 Edwardian amethyst and seed pearl set hinged bangle, tagged ‘9ct’, the central round cut amethyst flanked by a smaller round cut to either side, pearl (untested and unwarranted) set heart motif and leaf tendrils, internal diameter 6cm, approx 5g gross, with original case £100 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 640 Lot 640 Hinged bangle, stamped ‘9ct’, of reeded design, presentation inscription dated 1915, 7mm wide, internal diameter 5.7cm, 10.7g gross £70 - £90 (+24% BP*)

Lot 641 Lot 641 Edwardian diamond and sapphire hinged bangle, unmarked, the frontispiece alternate box set with six graduated sapphires, and five graduated old brilliant cuts totalling approximately 1.4 carats, to a triple knife edge back piece, internal diameter 5.7cm, approx 11g gross £500 - £700 (+24% BP*)

Lot 642 Lot 642 Tricolour hinged bangle, stamped ‘375’, of plaited design, 6mm wide, internal diameter 6.1cm; with a 9ct gold plaited two colour stiff bangle, approx 24.5g gross £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 643 Lot 643 22ct gold bangle, the exterior with hobnail-form raised decoration, the interior stamped 916, other marks indistinct, 12.5g approx £220 - £260 (+24% BP*)

Lot 644 Lot 644 Pair of Indian bangles, stamped ‘BPV22c’, 3mm wide, 6.2cm internal diameter, approx 31.6g gross £500 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 645 Lot 645 18ct gold bracelet, of mesh design, to a hidden box clasp with safety catch, 18.5cm long, approx 36.9g gross £500 - £600 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 646 Lot 646 Diamond line bracelet, stamped ‘Plat’, set with sixty-four brilliant cuts totalling approximately 2 carats, 17.5cm long, approx 11.5g gross £800 - £1200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 649 Lot 649 Three row jade bracelet, to a carved jade panel clasp, the beads of approximately 3.5mm to 7.5mm, approx 25.9g gross £250 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 647 Lot 647 Victorian garnet set brooch, with a pair of matching drop earrings on later stud fittings, approx 14g gross, in original case £200 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 650 Lot 650 Graduated row of jade beads, to a three stone diamond set clasp, the forty-seven beads of approximately 6.6mm to 9.4mm diameter, the brilliant cuts totalling approximately 0.3 carats, 43cm long, approx 37g gross £450 - £550 (+24% BP*)

Lot 648 Lot 648 Amethyst bracelet, the nine graduated oval cut stones in unmarked silver coloured metal, 15.5cm long £90 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 651 Lot 651 Onyx and diamond ‘Cat’ bracelet, stamped ‘18k’, to the centre of the fancy link bracelet is a stylised cat mask, with diamond set eyes, 16.5cm long, approx 8.g gross £150 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 654 Lot 654 Edwardian amethyst and seed pearl pendant, stamped ‘9ct’, the heart shaped stone suspended from a ribbon bow surmount, 2.6cm across, approx 4.2g gross £80 - £100 (+24% BP*)

Lot 652 Lot 652 Frog pendant, with ruby set eyes, stamped ‘750’, 3cm long, approx 11.3g gross £180 - £220 (+24% BP*)

Lot 655 Lot 655 Pair of diamond earrings, stamped ‘10k’, the brilliant cuts of approximately 0.06 carats each, in a two colour stirrup shaped mount, approx 2.8g gross £80 - £100 (+24% BP*)

Lot 653 Lot 653 Edwardian amethyst and seed pearl ‘Sun in Splendour’ brooch, with a crescent moon safety chain pin, 3.3cm across, approx 6.1g gross £80 - £100 (+24% BP*)

Lot 656 Lot 656 9ct two colour gold suite of jewellery, comprising: a necklace, 40cm long; a bracelet, 19cm long; and a pair of similar earstuds, approx 69g gross £600 - £700 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 659 Art Deco diamond drop pendant, the white mount and chain unmarked, the box set old brilliant of approximately 0.35 carats, with a rose cut diamond at each corner, to a fixed suspension with a small diamond divider to the 41cm long chain, approx 2.7g gross £500 - £600 (+24% BP*)

Lot 657 Lot 657 Victorian turquoise and rose diamond cluster stickpin;, with a star set old brilliant cut set stickpin; both in original cases £60 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 660 Lot 660 Victorian engraved yellow metal charm, in the form of a kitchen spice chopper, a Georgian flowerhead pendant set garnets, a yellow metal pendant set heart shaped pale amethyst coloured stone, the mount stamped 9ct and a 19th Century yellow metal fob seal £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) Lot 658 Lot 658 Pair of Tiffany & Co diamond drop earrings, stamped ‘T & Co’, ‘750’, and ‘Perretti’, with a pendeloque cut diamond spectacle set, suspended from a chain, the diamonds approximately 0.2 carats each £500 - £800 (+24% BP*)

Lot 661 Lot 661 Long chain, with turquoise pebbles at intervals, 125cm long, 42g gross £150 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 659 BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%. Lots marked A.R. will be subject to an additional fee - please see information on page 96

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Lot 662 Lot 662 French hardstone and cultured pearl necklace, with French control mark, the rope chain with hardstone beads at intervals, of approximately 9mm diameter, and 5mm diameter cultured pearls between, 45.5cm long, 17g gross £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

Lot 664 Lot 664 Bead chain necklace, unmarked, 40cm long, 15g gross £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

Lot 665 Lot 665 Long row of tumbled amber beads;, with another similar smaller row of tumbled amber bead, 138g gross £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 663 Lot 663 Collection of eighteen stickpins, in various metals and stone set, including a French gold coin; a fly stickpin’ a split pearl star and crescent pin; and an opal set pin; with a late Victorian silver pin cushion, Chester 1899, of pot form on three reeded ball supports £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 666 Row of uniform round amber beads, each approximately 9mm diameter, 78cm long, 37g gross £60 - £90 (+24% BP*) Lot 667 Graduated row of amber beads, the twentyeight beads to a bolt ring clasp, 42.5cm long, 23g gross £150 - £180 (+24% BP*) Lot 668 Amber bead necklace, 44.5cm long, approx 45g gross; with another amber bead necklace, with composition beads between; and a bead necklace £450 - £550 (+24% BP*) For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com


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Lot 669 Lot 669 Mordan Everpoint 9ct gold cased propelling pencil, engraved with initials and date ‘F.W. 19.7.30’, hallmark London 1929, with original case £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 670 Gold Coins - Isle of Man set of four gold coins, struck by the Pobjoy Mint Ltd to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II 1977, comprising: £5, £2, sovereign and half sovereign, together with a related ingot, in original case of issue £1800 - £2200 (+24% BP*) Lot 670 BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%. Lots marked A.R. will be subject to an additional fee - please see information on page 96

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Lot 673 Lot 673 Gold Coins - George V sovereign, 1912 £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 676 Lot 676 Gold Coins - George V half sovereign, 1911 £100 - £125 (+24% BP*)

Lot 674 Lot 674 Gold Coins - George V sovereign, 1912 £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 677 Lot 677 Coins - Charles II crown 1671, second bust £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 671 Lot 671 Gold Coins - Short length of 18ct gold chain, with attached George III spade guinea 1798 and a Mordan & Co yellow metal propelling pencil, probably silver gilt £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 672 Lot 672 Gold Coins - George V sovereign, 1911 £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 675 Lot 675 Gold Coins - George V sovereign, 1913 £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 678 Lot 678 Coins - Two United States quarter dollars, 1839 and 1840 £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lots 679-680 No lots

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Wristwatches & Pocket Watches Lots 681-728

Lot 681 Lot 681 Rolex - Stainless steel cased Oyster Perpetual date automatic chronometer wristwatch, ref: 1500, signed silvered dial with hour batons, polished hands with luminous inserts, centre seconds, calendar, signed screw-down crown case back serial No: 3161XXX (circa 1972), cal 1570 26 jewel movement approximately 35mm diameter, on a later Rolex Jubilee bracelet with date code CX3. Together with Rolex service card dated 28/04/2014, service pouch and booklets £1600 - £2000 (+24% BP*)

Lot 683 Lot 683 Omega - Seamaster ‘Ibn Saud’ 18ct rose gold automatic wristwatch, ref: 14701 SC 61, the gold coloured dial featuring the King’s portrait and set with three brilliant cut diamonds, polished gold hour markers with onyx inlays, Dauphine hands and date aperture, screw-down case back, cal 562 movement No: 19408177, approximately 34mm diameter, on an unassociated gold coloured metal mesh bracelet stamped ‘18ct’, the folding clasp engraved with initials ‘A.J.M.’ £3000 - £4000 (+24% BP*)

Lot 682 Lot 682 Rolex - Precision wristwatch, ref: 4325, having an unmarked rose gold coloured metal engine turned bezel and lugs, the signed polished silvered dial with gold coloured inset batons at 3, 6, 9 & 12, gold coloured hands, sub-seconds dial, snapon steel back engraved with a coronet, ‘Modele Depose’ and serial no: 460215, with the interior stamped 4325 211, the signed 17 jewel movement within an unmarked gold coloured metal surround, approximately 35mm diameter £600 - £900 (+24% BP*)

Lot 684 Lot 684 Omega - Stainless steel cased Seamaster automatic wristwatch, ref: 2856-2857 5 SC, the signed patinated black dial with applied logo, polished steel hour markers, luminous filled hands and with centre seconds, correct signed crown, snap-on case with Hippocampus medallion, signed cal 501 movement No: 16475054 (circa 1959), approximately 36mm diameter, on an Omega black leather strap with signed buckle £500 - £750 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 685 Lot 685 Omega - Gentleman’s Constellation wristwatch, ref: 167.005, the signed silvered dial marked ‘Automatic Chronometer, Officially Certified’, polished hour markers, luminous filled polished hour, minute and centre seconds hands, signed crown, screw-down case back with observatory medallion, signed cal 551 movement, no: 25604436, approximately 34.5mm diameter, on a black leather strap. Together with Omega Extract of the Archives Certificate stating production date of 14 March 1968 £600 - £900 (+24% BP*)

Lot 686 Lot 686 Omega - Seamaster Professional 600m Planet Ocean Co-Axial chronometer stainless steel cased wristwatch, the case with Helium escape valve, rotating orange bezel, signed black dial with raised luminous hour markers, hands and centre seconds, red 6, 9 & 12 Arabic numerals, signed screw-down crown and case back with Hippocampus medallion, approximately 42mm diameter, serial No: 81955XXX, on a 952 bracelet, with box and swing tag £1600 - £2200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 687 Lot 687 Omega - Genëve Chronostop ‘Drivers’ wristwatch, ref: 145.010, the signed black dial with racing style minute track, polished steel hour markers, luminous dots, hour and minute hands, orange chrono/running seconds hand, the stainless steel case with fly-back chrono pusher and signed crown, screw down case back, manual wind, cal 865 movement, approximately 35mm diameter, on an original Omega ref 27 mesh bracelet with deployant clasp £700 - £900 (+24% BP*)

Lot 688 Lot 688 Omega - Flightmaster manual wind chronograph wristwatch, ref: ST145.036 with brushed and polished stainless steel case, screwdown case back, crown flanked by twin chronograph pushers, crowns at 9 & 10 for bezel and setting dual time zone, grey dial with luminous hour baton markers, outer ‘racing’ minute track, subsidiary dials at 3, 6 & 9 for running seconds, 30 minute and 12 hour recording, white pointed baton hands, orange centre chronograph hand and blue jet dual time zone hand, signed cal 911, 17 jewel movement No: 33311410, approximately 36mm diameter, on an Omega stainless steel bracelet Ref: 1162/172 £2000 - £3000 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 689 Lot 689 Omega - ‘U.K’ 1943 Dennison stainless steel cased Aviator style wristwatch, ref: 13322, the signed off-white dial with minute track, Arabic numerals, blued steel Poire hands and centre seconds, signed snap-on case back ref: 13322, numbered 8152, case rim stamped 152, cal 30 SCT2, 16 jewel signed movement serial no: 9820855, approximately 33mm diameter, on an Omega leather strap with Omega buckle £500 - £750 (+24% BP*)

Lot 691 Lot 691 Longines - Master Collection 18ct rose gold automatic wristwatch, ref:2.666.8.785, the signed dial with power reserve, Arabic numerals, blued steel hands and centre seconds, calendar aperture, signed crown and exhibition case back, serial no:33019325, approx 42mm diameter, on Longines alligator skin strap with deployant clasp, together with guarantee card dated 01.05.2009, instruction book, inner and outer boxes £2000 - £2500 (+24% BP*)

Lot 690 Lot 690 Omega - Military style alloy cased manual wind wristwatch, the off-white dial having outer minute track, Arabic numerals and blued steel hands, centre seconds, signed crown, polished steel snap-on case back engraved ‘A.M. 6b/159 A 564’, interior numbered 10543464, cal 30T2SC 16 jewel movement No: 9918805, approximately 34mm diameter, on a brown leather strap with Omega buckle £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 692 Lot 692 Longines - Flagship stainless steel cased automatic chronometer wristwatch, the signed champagne dial with raised polished steel hour markers and hands, centre seconds hand, signed crown, ship engraved screw down case back and cal 380 27 jewel movement No: 110787209, approximately 31mm diameter, on a Tessuflex expanding mesh bracelet £400 - £600 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 694

Lot 695

Lot 696

Lot 693 Longines - Conquest stainless steel automatic wristwatch, the two-tone champagne dial having applied gilt logo and hour markers, centre seconds hand, signed crown, screw-down case back with green enamel and gilt medallion, approximately 35mm diameter, on a Fixoflex expanding bracelet £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 694 Baume & Mercier - Baumatic 18ct gold cased automatic wristwatch, the signed gold coloured dial with raised gilt hour markers and polished gilt hands, calendar aperture, blue cabochon to the crown, snap-on case back, signed 30 jewel movement No: BM12820, approximately 32mm diameter, on a simulated crocodile leather strap £500 - £750 (+24% BP*) Lot 695 Movado - ‘18k’ cased bumper self-winding wristwatch, the signed gold dial with raised hour markers, polished gold hands, chequered centre and with subsidiary seconds dial, signed crown, screw-down case back, signed 19 jewel movement, approximately 34.5mm diameter, on a brown leather strap £300 - £400 (+24% BP*) Lot 696 Seiko - Scuba Diver’s 200m stainless steel cased automatic wristwatch, ref: 7s26-0029, uni-rotating bezel, signed black dial with luminous hour markers and hands, day and calendar apertures, screw-down crown and case back No: 070277, approximately 42mm diameter, on original Z22 rubber strap £60 - £100 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 697 Lot 697 Harwood Self Winding Watch Co - 9ct gold cased self-winding wristwatch, Patent No: 106583, fixed wire lugs, bi-directional fluted bezel for hand setting and manual winding, the signed dial with outer minute track, Arabic numerals and blued steel hands, red dot/aperture for function mode, snap-on case back with hallmarks for London 1935, signed 15 jewel movement, approximately 30mm diameter, on a period brown leather strap £500 - £750 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 698 Lot 698 J.W. Benson - Officers Trench style silver cased manual wind wristwatch, having hinged lugs, signed white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, outer minute track, blued steel hands, subsidiary seconds dial, screw-down case back, import hallmarks for Glasgow 1928, 16 jewel movement No: 65661, approximately 35mm diameter £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 699 Lot 699 Recta - Unusual World War II period manual wind wrist stopwatch, the signed off-white dial having two subsidiary dials for current hours and minutes and for counting to 30 minutes. Outer black seconds track and inner Base 1000 scales in red. Black centre seconds hand, single button to case, snap-on case back marked ‘Staybrite Acier Inoxidable’, Venus 140 style movement marked ‘Brevet 759450’, approximately 32mm diameter, on a period composite strap £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

Lot 700 Lot 700 Vesta Breguet HSPG - 9ct gold cased manual wind wristwatch, having fixed wire lugs, white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and a red 12, gilt dot minute markers, subsidiary seconds dial, hinged case back, hallmarks for London 1926, signed 15 jewel movement, approximately 30mm diameter, on a black leather strap £150 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 701 Lot 701 Rolex - Lady’s Oyster Perpetual Date automatic wristwatch, ref: 6917, bi-metal, white dial with gilt hour markers, gilt hands, Roman numerals and centre seconds, signed screw down crown and case back, approximately 26mm diameter, serial No: 5160XXX (circa 1977), on a 468 Jubilee bracelet £1200 - £1800 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 702 Lot 702 Rolex - Lady’s 9ct gold bracelet watch, the circular white textured dial with gilt hands, Arabic even numerals and dagger batons, the two piece case housing a signed 17 jewel movement, 31.3g gross £750 - £950 (+24% BP*)

Lot 704 Lot 704 Longines - Lady’s Primaluna bi-coloured stainless steel bracelet quartz wristwatch, ref:L8 1105, the signed mother-of-pearl dial with blued steel hands, centre seconds and calendar aperture, diamond set hour markers, approx 26mm diameter, together with instruction book, inner and outer boxes £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 703 Lot 703 Tudor Royal - Lady’s 9ct gold mechanical bracelet watch, the circular white dial with gilt hands and batons, to a diamond cut integral bracelet, approx 13g gross excluding the movement, original box £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 705 Lot 705 Omega - Lady’s 9ct gold mechanical bracelet watch, the circular white dial with black gilt hands and batons, the two piece case, London 1966, housing a call 484 movement, numbered 24883123, with integral textured bracelet, approx 22g excluding the movement, cased £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 706 Omega - Ladymatic - Lady’s automatic 18ct gold bracelet watch, 1968 import mark, the square gilt dial with gilt black hands and batons, the two piece case housing a signed 661 calibré movement, number 25181948, with an integral Milanese bracelet, approx 52g gross excluding the movement £800 - £900 (+24% BP*) Lot 707 Chopard - Lady’s white gold diamond and opal bracelet watch, stamped ‘750’, the circular opal dial enclosed by a bezel set with single cut diamonds, approx 37g inclusive of movement £1000 - £1500 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 708 George III pair-cased pocket watch, Jno. Pix, Brompton, Kent, 1781, the convex whiteenamelled dial with Roman hours and Arabic minutes, chain fusee movement with four gunbarrel pillars, pierced and engraved back-cock, engraved as above, case back with single mark I.W., the tortoiseshell covered outer case with a navette-shaped scene of the ‘Sailor’s Farewell’, 5cm diameter, Baillie records a John Pix of London, ‘Left in 1776’ £300 - £400 (+24% BP*) Lot 709 George III silver pair-cased pocket watch, S. William, Aberdeen, No. 645 the white convex dial with Roman hours and Arabic minutes, chain fusee movement with pierced and engraved balance cock, inscribed as above, the case hallmarked London, 1811, sponsor IR, 4.9oz approx gross £150 - £200 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 710 Edward VII silver pair-cased pocket watch, Andrew Dempster, New Maud, No.95332, the white Roman dial with subsidiary seconds at VI, the chain fusee movement inscribed as above, case hallmarked Chester 1909, 4.4oz approx gross £120 - £150 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 711 Lot 711 Early Victorian silver pair-cased pocket watch, Taylor & Sons Liverpool, No.5297, the cream Roman dial with subsidiary seconds at VI, the chain fusee movement with engraved balance cock, inscribed as above, beneath dust cover, the case hallmarked Birmingham 1849, sponsors mark of R&S, 4.3oz approx gross £120 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 712 Lot 712 Edward VII 18ct gold open-face chronograph pocket watch, the white Arabic dial with centre seconds sweep, the top-wound movement numbered 155767, case hallmarked Chester 1909, sponsors mark of I.J.T.N., 136g approx gross £500 - £600 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 713 Lot 713 Late Victorian 18ct gold half hunter-cased pocket watch, T.R.Russell, 18 Church Street, Liverpool No.393197, the white Roman dial with subsidiary seconds at VI, named as above, with numbered top-wound movement, case hallmarked Chester 1886, sponsors mark of T.R.Russell, front cover with blue enamel Roman numerals, 114g approx gross £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 714 Lot 714 George V 18ct gold half hunter-cased pocket watch, Nicole Neilson & Co, Soho Square London, retailed by Flavelle Bros. Ltd. Sydney, the white Roman dial with subsidiary seconds at VI, the topwound movement numbered 8303, the case with matching number, sponsors mark of Robert North, London 1912, front cover with blue enamel Roman chapter ring, 99g approx gross, together with a Black Forest style carved wooden watch holder of hinged foliate design (2) £250 - £350 (+24% BP*) For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com


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Lot 715 Lot 715 George V 9ct gold pocket watch, movement by Prima, Switzerland, retailed by J.W. Turner, Wakefield, the white Arabic dial with subsidiary seconds at 6, 9ct gold bezel and case back, the later Birmingham 1925, sponsors mark of A.L. Dennison, numbered 317502, the top-wound movement with nickel inner cover, 89g approx gross £250 - £300 (+24% BP*)

Lot 716 Lot 716 Gold-plated half hunter-cased quarter repeat chronograph pocket watch, the white Roman dial with subsidiary seconds at VI and centre sweep, the case numbered 69026, the front cover with black enamel Roman chapter ring £200 - £250 (+24% BP*)

Lot 717 Lot 717 American Interest - Mid 19th Century silver-plated pocket watch, Samuel Hammond & Co, New York, No.1793, the white Roman dial with subsidiary seconds at VI and State of Wind below XII, the back-wound movement inscribed as above, the case with glazed screw-on front and rear covers Samuel Hammond was in partnership with Samuel Ward Benedict 1841-1860, then continuing in the company alone. He often imported high-quality European watch movements including IWC and Vacheron Constantin for his own rebranding, calling himself ‘The Watchmaker to Wall Street’ £300 - £400 (+24% BP*)

Lot 718 Lot 718 Military Interest - World War I base-metal cased Telegraphy dial pocket watch, retailed by T.R. Russell, 18 Church Street, Liverpool, No.363837, the white Roman dial with an inner band of red lettering, imported top-wound Longines movement inscribed as above, both rear doors numbered 363837 as per movement, case back with War Department Ordnance broad arrow No.3159, 6cm diameter See Konrad Knirim, ‘British Military Timepieces, 2009 pp. 282-283 where a similar Russell watch is illustrated £250 - £350 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 719 Lot 719 Edward VII silver half hunter-cased pocket watch, Cooke & Kelvey, Calcutta, the white Roman dial with subsidiary seconds at VI, the top-wound movement inscribed ‘Cooke & Kelvey’s £5 Watch’, No.575101, case hallmarked Birmingham 1905/6, sponsors mark of WE, front cover with blue enamel Roman chapter ring, 3.4oz approx gross £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 720 Lot 720 Victorian silver full hunter-cased pocket watch, Milroy, Edinburgh No.14229, the white Roman dial with winding arbor at Roman numerals IIII, the chain fusee movement with pierced and engraved balance cock, engraved as above, the case hallmarked London 1872, sponsor mark of RO, 3.1oz approx gross £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 721 Lot 721 Turkish Interest - Antique Ottoman Empire white metal full hunter-cased pocket watch, Billodes, retailed by K.Serkisoff & Co, Constantinople, the white dial with Turkish hours and Arabic minutes framing floral spray and retailers name over subsidiary at 6, the backwound movement numbered 2631869 over 3329 in an 800 standard white metal case, 3.3oz approx £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 722 Lot 722 Naval Interest - Octava Watch Co. Switzerland World War I Admiralty Department issue nickel-cased lever pocket watch, the black Arabic dial with subsidiary seconds at 6, retailers inscription Thos. Armstong & Bro., Manchester, Admiralty Mark II, with AD flanking Ordnance broad arrow, luminous hands, the top-wound movement marked Octava Watch Co. Switzerland 15 Jewels 2 Two Adjustments U.S.A.P. 816321, 5cm diameter, together with a black Bakelite watch holder ZA/4250 with original card swing tag (2) £100 - £150 (+24% BP*) For colour images of all lots: www.clevedon-salerooms.com


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Lot 723 Lot 723 Military Interest - Hamilton nickel-cased pushbutton chronograph pocket watch, the black dial with cream Arabic numerals, 30 minute recording dial beneath 12, subsidiary seconds at 6, and centre seconds chronograph, the movement signed Hamilton 19 jewels Model 23, adjusted to temperature and three positions, the case with screw-on front and rear, the latter with various inscriptions to outer and stamped Keystone Base Metal 764909, 5cm diameter, together with a base metal curb-linked chain (2) £100 - £150 (+24% BP*)

Lot 724 Lot 724 Military Interest - Early 20th Century GS/TP open face pocket watch, the white Arabic dial with subsidiary seconds at 6, luminous baton hands, movement stamped Enicar 2144, with topwound movement, the plated brass case back with broad arrow Ordnance mark and GS/TP (General Service Trade Patent) xx P8522, together with another similar watch, silvered Arabic dial, No.3245884, the screw-on case back stamped AM 6E/50 12421/41 (2) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 725 Lot 725 Late 18th/early 19th Century Austrian white metal pair-cased pocket watch, Johann Georg Hirsch, Graz, No.205, with convex white Roman dial, the chain-fusee movement with engraved balance cock, inscribed as above, and with four pentagonal pillars to the movement, 6.5cm inner case diameter, the outer case with lacquered rear door simulating tortoiseshell, 8.5cm overall diameter, 11.5cm high inclusive of swing handle £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 726 Lot 726 Open faced fob watch, stamped ‘18k’, the enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, hands and subsidiary seconds dial, the four piece hinged case with gold cuvette, housing a keyless wound movement, 3.3cm diameter, approx 29g inclusive of the movement £150 - £200 (+24% BP*) Lots 727-728 No lots

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Wines & Spirits Lots 729-766

Lot 730

Lot 732

Lot 734

Lot 730 Salon Cuvee ‘S’ Le Mesnil 1988 Blanc de Blanc Champagne, one bottle (1) £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 731 Salon Cuvee ‘S’ Le Mesnil 1988 Blanc de Blanc Champagne, one bottle (1) £200 - £300 (+24% BP*) Lot 732 Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin - La Grande Dame 1989 Brut Champagne, one bottle (1) £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lot 733 Perrier-Jouet belle Epoque 1979 Fleur de Champagne, one bottle (1) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*) Lot 729 Lot 729 Moét & Chandon 1999 Vintage Rosé Champagne, one bottle in presentation box (1) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 734 Perrier-Jouet Cuvee Blason de France 1976 Brut Champagne, one bottle (1) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 738 Lot 738 Château Haut-Bergey Léognan 1968, five bottles (5) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 735 Lot 735 Moét & Chandon 1928 Brut Champagne, one demi/half bottle (1) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 739 Lot 739 Dow’s Vintage Port 1960, two bottles (2) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 736 Lot 736 Château Malagar 1 res Cotes de Bordeaux 1955, Propriétaire-Francois Mauriac, four bottles (4) The Novelist Francois Mauriac inherited Malagar in 1927, in 1952 he won the Nobel Prize in Literature £120 - £180 (+24% BP*)

Lot 740 Dow’s Vintage Port 1960, two bottles (2) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*) Lot 741 Dow’s Vintage Port 1960, two bottles (2) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 737 Château Bodet Canon-Fronsac 1966, five bottles (5) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 742 Lot 742 Croft’s Vintage Port 1963, two bottles (2) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 746 Lot 746 Cockburn’s Vintage Port 1970, one bottle (1) £30 - £50 (+24% BP*)

Lot 743 Cockburn’s Vintage Port 1963, two bottles (2) £80 - £120 (+24% BP*)

Lot 744 Lot 744 Cockburn’s Vintage Port 1950, one bottle (1) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 747 Lot 747 Fonseca’s Vintage Port 1977, one bottle (1) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 745 Graham’s Vintage Port 1963, one bottle (1) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

Lot 748 Cockburn’s Vintage Port 1997, one bottle (1) £20 - £40 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 752 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 1999, two bottles (2) £120 - £160 (+24% BP*) Lot 753 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 1999, two bottles (2) £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

Lot 749 Lot 749 Warre’s Vintage Port 1985, one magnum (1) £70 - £100 (+24% BP*)

Lot 754 Lot 754 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 1999, two bottles (2) £120 - £160 (+24% BP*) Lot 755 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 1999, two £120 - £160 (+24% BP*) bottles (2) Lot 756 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 1999, two bottles (2) £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

Lot 750 Lot 750 Wines & Spirits - Calvados - Roger Groult Calvados Pays d’Auge ‘Reserve Ancestrale’, ‘Reserve Ancestrale’ wax button to the body, one bottle, boxed (1) £300 - £400 (+24% BP*) Lot 751 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 1999, two bottles (2) £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

Lot 757 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 1999, two bottles (2) £120 - £160 (+24% BP*) Lot 758 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 1999, two bottles (2) £120 - £160 (+24% BP*) Lot 759 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 1999, two bottles (2) £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 760 Lot 760 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 2000, two bottles (2) £120 - £160 (+24% BP*) Lot 761 Hine Grande Champagne Cognac 1981 Vintage, landed in 1987, bottled in 2000, two bottles (2) £120 - £160 (+24% BP*)

Lot 762 Lot 762 Bells 2000 Millennium Decanter 8 Year Old Scotch Whisky, one bottle in presentation box (1) £50 - £80 (+24% BP*)

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Lot 763 Lot 763 The Macallan Gold Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Speyside-Highlands, one bottle, boxed (1) £30 - £50 (+24% BP*) Lot 764 Glenmorangie 18 Year Old Rare Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Tain-Highlands, one litre bottle (1) £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) Lot 765 Glen Ord 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Northern Highlands, one litre bottle (1) £40 - £60 (+24% BP*)

Lot 766 Lot 766 Glen Moray Highland Regiments 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Speyside-Highlands, £40 - £60 (+24% BP*) one bottle (1)

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Index of Artists Artist

Lot No.

Ash, Donald

140

Banksy

105, 106

Barker, John Joseph – Attributed to

100

Bates, David

78

Artist Kennington, Thomas Benjamin Mackley, George

Lot No. 76 101

Maderson, Arthur K.

107

Madgwick, Clive

132

Beer, Andrew

79, 80, 81

Matthews, Les

87

Bethel, David

139

Maxwell, Lady – Attributed to

75

Birch, Samuel John Lamorna

122

Michis, Pietro

Branwhite, Charles Brooke

120

124

Morgan, Alfred

77

Breakspeare, William A.

64

Murray, I.D.

99

Brooks, Robin

86

Nibbs, Richard Henry

Continental School

130

Cook, Beryl

102, 103, 104

Crossley, John

141

Cruikshank, George

131

Darlington, Kerry

142

Dipnall, David

134, 135

Doyly-John, Charles Robert English School

88

70, 84, 92, 93, 117, 125, 126, 127, 133

Fare, Arthur Charles Foster, William Gilbert French School

Pastour, Louis Piper, John

96 91

Saltmer, Florence A.

67

Scullion, Anthony Shipsides, Frank

136 111, 112, 113

Stannard, Theresa Sylvester

69

68

Stiegal, Eduard

85

115

Stone, William

72

Tissot, James

110

94, 95 97

Henley, Lionel Charles

66

Trevelyan, Julian

Howey, Robert Leslie

114

Russell, Gyrth

Greek School

Hill, Adrian

73, 74

Plimer, Andrew

Toussaint, Fernand

Hiles, Bartram

118

71 98

119, 121

Turner, George

128, 129

138

Vettriano, Jack

108

Walch, C.

116

89, 90

Wells, John Sanderson

Jones, Deborah

109

Kay, Archibald

63

Widgery, Frederick John

Kennedy, Edward Sherard – Attributed to

82

Willis, John

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Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers

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Sale Results from 6th September 2018 Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

1

£620

55

£420

109

£0

163

£0

217

£280

271

£95

325

£250

379

£1,800

2

£180

56

£0

110

£120

164

£380

218

£480

272

£1,500

326

£280

380

£600

3

£250

57

£55

111

£0

165

£220

219

£280

273

£100

327

£0

381

£1,500

4

£100

58

£400

112

£0

166

£220

220

£500

274

£60

328

£400

382

£400

5

£140

59

£500

113

£160

167

£170

221

£120

275

£650

329

£0

383

£680

6

£380

60

£0

114

£50

168

£250

222

£220

276

£0

330

£0

7

£350

61

£1,300

115

£0

169

£220

223

£160

277

£900

331

£550

8

£80

62

£120

116

£350

170

£200

224

£40

278

£4,500

332

£920

9

£350

63

£0

117

£280

171

£160

225

£320

279

£550

333

£0

10

£200

64

£200

118

£130

172

£120

226

£580

280

£100

334

£1,150

11

£250

65

£0

119

£300

173

£160

227

£480

281

£0

335

£680

384

£380

385

£1,150

386

£1,100

387

£0

388

£0

389

£0

390

£5,000 £7,500

12

£450

66

£350

120

£0

174

£160

228

£220

282

£150

336

£95

13

£160

67

£250

121

£850

175

£300

229

£100

283

£0

337

£200

14

£150

68

£320

122

£895

176

£100

230

£100

284

£190

338

£80

391

£0

15

£320

69

£350

123

£250

177

£75

231

£0

285

£130

339

£130

392

16

£0

70

£520

124

£100

178

£0

232

£180

286

£1,100

340

£75

393

£300

17

£380

71

£220

125

£120

179

£150

233

£0

287

£0

341

£190

394

£750

18

£300

72

£80

126

£160

180

£140

234

£120

288

£0

342

£75

395

£280

19

£300

73

£650

127

£280

181

£300

235

£1,400

289

£480

343

£70

396

£0

20

£700

74

£0

128

£0

182

£320

236

£0

290

£220

344

£80

397

£1,600

21

£0

75

£100

129

£80

183

£120

237

£0

291

£60

345

£880

398

£0

22

£0

76

£110

130

£0

184

£140

238

£0

292

£280

346

£200

399

£620

23

£0

77

£300

131

£0

185

£110

239

£200

293

£0

347

£140

400

£0

24

£160

78

£250

132

£700

186

£100

240

£0

294

£170

348

£85

401

£0

25

£65

79

£95

133

£0

187

£190

241

£160

295

£100

349

£120

402

£0

26

£50

80

£0

134

£95

188

£520

242

£0

296

£200

350

£190

27

£0

81

£1,000

135

£250

189

£0

243

£50

297

£280

351

£250

28

£80

82

£160

136

£130

190

£0

244

£70

298

£180

352

£300

29

£0

83

£320

137

£320

191

£350

245

£0

299

£0

353

£100

30

£0

84

£0

138

£300

192

£0

246

£220

300

£140

354

£130

31

£0

85

£140

139

£220

193

£0

247

£0

301

£280

355

£170

403

£0

404

£1,200

405

£500

406

£500

407

£0

32

£60

86

£100

140

£2,200

194

£350

248

£550

302

£1,200

356

£85

408

33

£140

87

£0

141

£40

195

£4,200

249

£80

303

£180

357

£320

409

£100

34

£0

88

£50

142

£0

196

£150

250

£780

304

£0

358

£0

410

£175

35

£350

89

£0

143

£0

197

£100

251

£7,200

305

£220

359

£170

411

£250

36

£320

90

£0

144

£350

198

£30

252

£220

306

£3,500

360

£200

412

£70

37

£200

91

£650

145

£190

199

£0

253

£850

307

£0

361

£150

413

£80

38

£280

92

£250

146

£880

200

£40

254

£220

308

£350

362

£300

414

£95

39

£1,600

93

£0

147

£980

201

£100

255

£300

309

£300

363

£110

415

£100

40

£0

94

£160

148

£100

202

£85

256

£140

310

£80

364

£0

416

£0

41

£450

95

£140

149

£180

203

£300

257

£220

311

£100

365

£0

417

£200

42

£50

96

£250

150

£110

204

£300

258

£420

312

£0

366

£550

43

£600

97

£0

151

£0

205

£150

259

£170

313

£0

367

£380

44

£480

98

£110

152

£80

206

£0

260

£140

314

£850

368

£0

45

£130

99

£0

153

£130

207

£580

261

£100

315

£280

369

£685

46

£250

100

£50

154

£500

208

£550

262

£70

316

£450

370

£100

47

£250

101

£100

155

£0

209

£90

263

£0

317

£80

371

£1,100

48

£520

102

£80

156

£620

210

£110

264

£95

318

£350

372

£780

£0

418

£70

419

£110

420

£130

421

£130

422

£130

423

£150

424

£150

49

£320

103

£520

157

£150

211

£75

265

£30

319

£250

373

£850

50

£0

104

£50

158

£0

212

£280

266

£350

320

£800

374

£280

425

£150

51

£110

105

£55

159

£580

213

£1,400

267

£300

321

£120

375

£200

426

£150

52

£0

106

£80

160

£1,400

214

£250

268

£320

322

£255

376

£0

427

£150

53

£0

107

£350

161

£250

215

£0

269

£6,500

323

£1,100

377

£70

428

£150

54

£170

108

£0

162

£0

216

£580

270

£200

324

£70

378

£400

429

£150

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CONDITIONS OF SALE The Auctioneers acts only as agent for the Seller (unless otherwise specifically declared). Accordingly Sellers are not paid until payment is received from the Buyer, nor is the Auctioneer necessarily in a position to know the history or of asses the quality of lots sold on behalf of these principals. In addition, lots sold are likely to have been subject to wear and tear caused by user or the effects of age and may therefore have faults and imperfections. No faults or imperfections are mentioned in the catalogue descriptions. Condition reports are available on request. Buyers are given ample opportunity at viewing times to examine lots to be sold and will be assumed to have done so. They must rely solely on their own skill or judgment as to whether lots are fit for any particular purpose, and as to compliance with the catalogue description or illustrations – see Condition 6. Privacy Policy We take your privacy seriously and only use your data in accordance with the contractual obligations of these Conditions of Sale. Any email marketing opt-ins that you have ticked when registering to bid can be revoked at any time. For our full Privacy Policy visit our website or ask for a copy at reception. 1.BIDS All bids made shall be treated as offers made upon these Conditions of Sale and all persons present are admitted to attend a sale on the basis that they have notice of these Conditions. 2.ASCERTAINMENT OF THE BUYER The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the Auctioneer as signified by fall of the hammer. In the case of a dispute as to the highest bidder during or immediately after the sale of the lot, the Auctioneer may if he thinks fit put up the lot again for sale. Unless the Auctioneer has previously acknowledged in writing that the Bidder bids as agent on behalf of a named principal, every Bidder shall be taken to bid on his own behalf as principal. If the Auctioneer has earlier acknowledged in writing that the Bidder bids as agent on behalf of a named principal, the Bidder warrants that he has the authority of his principal to make each bid he makes. 3.AUCTIONEER’S DISCRETION The Auctioneer has sole discretion (a) to refuse any bid; (b) to advance the bidding as he may decide’ (c) to decide whether there has been a dispute as to the bidding and under Condition 2 to resell the lot in question; (d) to withdraw, or divide any lot or combine one lot with another or others; and (e) to exclude any person from the auction room. 4.RESERVES Lots put up for sale are subject (a) to any reserve price imposed by the Seller; and (b) the right of the Auctioneer to bid on behalf of the Seller. 5.BUYER’S DUTIES The Buyer shall forthwith or as soon as reasonably possible after the sale of the relevant lot (a) supply his name and address; (b) shall when required pay in cash a deposit of 25 per cent or such further sum as the Auctioneer may demand; (c) supply, if so required, bank or other suitable references; (d) pay the full purchase price in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer; and (e) on proof of payment clear the lots purchased by him not later then the end of normal working hours during the day of the sale; (f) the Buyers shall remove their lots at their own expense immediately after Sale. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery and inconvenience in the settlement of purchases, no lots can be removed during the time of sale without the express consent of the Auctioneers; (g) if any person purchases two or more lots the prices of all must be paid before the delivery of any, and no transfer of any purchase will be recognised by the Auctioneers. 6.LIABILITY OF THE AUCTIONEER AND SELLERS Subject to Condition 8 (a) lots are sold with all faults and imperfections and neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer is responsible for any defects whatsoever; (b) no warranty is given or authorised to be given by the Seller or the Auctioneer with regard to any lot other than that the Seller had the right to sell it; (c) any express or implied conditions or warranties whether relating to descriptions or quality. Are hereby excluded; (d) any damage by the removal of any lots to be made good by the purchaser. Such damage to be assessed by the Auctioneers and to be paid for accordingly. Every person whilst upon the premises before, during or after the sale, shall be deemed to be there at his or her own risk, and with notice of the condition of the premises and effects, and the Auctioneers accept no responsibility for accident or damage from any cause to persons or their property whilst upon the premises. 7.CATALOGUE DESCRIPTIONS The Auctioneer undertakes that care has been taken to see that catalogue descriptions are accurate and reliable but these are necessarily matters of opinion and shall not be taken to be statements of fact. No faults or imperfections are mentioned in the catalogue descriptions. Condition reports are available on request. Subject to Condition 8, neither the Seller not the Auctioneer are responsible for the correctness of any description of any lot or its attribution in any manner to any particular originator. 8.FORGERIES Notwithstanding Condition 6 and 7, if the Auctioneer receives in writing from the Buyer within 7 days of the sale that in his opinion a lot is a forgery (as defined in Condition 11) and on giving such notification the lot in question is returned to the Auctioneer at his working premises in the same condition as when bought, then if on considering such evidence as the Buyer supplies to prove his assertion, the Auctioneer decides that the lot is a forgery the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price repaid to the Buyer. i The only entitlement of the buyer under this condition is to the refund as described in this condition. The refund shall not extend to any other loss suffered by the buyer as a result of the lot being a forgery (including but not limited to profits). Clevedon Salerooms shall have no other responsibility to the buyer. ii Only the buyer may claim under condition 8. The right to make such a claim does not pass to any third party to whom the buyer may have transferred the lot.

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9. PROPERTY IN LOTS AND RISK The Buyer shall not become the owner of any lot, and the Auctioneer shall have a lien thereon, until the Buyer has discharged the purchase price, but after the fall of the hammer the risk of damage or loss shall nevertheless by the Buyer’s. 10.REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES If any lot is not paid in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we as agent for the seller shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise all or any of the following rights and remedies: i. to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; ii. to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; iii. to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; iv. to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and in the case of storage, either at the premises or elsewhere; v. to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; vi. to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; vii. to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; viii. to apply any proceeds of sale of other lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien on any of your property in our possession for any purpose. 11.DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION In these Conditions (a) References to ‘the Auctioneer’ shall be taken to mean, as the context so admits, the firm of Clevedon Salerooms, The Auction Centre, Kenn Road, Kenn, Clevedon, North Somerset, BS21 6TT or any partner or employee thereof at the time of the sale; (b) ‘Buyer’ shall have the meaning ascribed to it in Condition 2 and for the purpose of these conditions all Buyers shall be deemed to be principal; (c) ‘Forgery’ means a lot (i) which is so constituted as deliberately to deceive when considered in the light of its catalogue description and (ii) whose value as such is materially less than if it had complied with the catalogue description; (d) The Interpretation Act 1978 shall apply to the general construction of terms and expressions used in these Conditions as if contained in a statute and these Conditions shall be governed by English Law. 12.LAW AND JURISDICTION These conditions shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with English law. Clevedon Salerooms, all buyers and all vendors submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. 13.BUYER’S PREMIUM Except in respect of ‘special category items’, the buyer shall pay to Clevedon Salerooms a premium of 20 per cent plus VAT on the ‘hammer price’ and agrees that Clevedon Salerooms when acting as agent for the Seller, may also receive commission from the Seller. Lots purchased online with ATG media will attract an additional charge for this service of 4.95% of the hammer price plus VAT. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your debit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Clevedon Salerooms you: i Authorise Clevedon Salerooms, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the sale via the-saleroom.com, and ii

Confirm that you are authorised to provide the credit card details to Clevedon Salerooms through www.thesaleroom.com and agree that Clevedon Salerooms are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided at the cardholders expense in the fulfilment of the sale.

14. PHOTOGRAPHS AND ILLUSTRATIONS The buyer gives Clevedon Salerooms the absolute right to use its photographs and illustrations of Lots at any time at Clevedon Salerooms’ absolute discretion (whether or not in conjunction with the auction) 15. EXPLANATION OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS Clevedon Salerooms endeavour to ensure that any statement as to attribution, origin, date, age and provenance is reliable and accurate but all such statements are statements of opinion only and are not too be taken as statements or representations of fact. i. Nicholas Pocock. In our opinion a work by the artist. ii.

Attributed to Nicholas Pocock. In our opinion probably a work by the artist but less certainty as to the authorship is expressed than in the preceding category.

iii. Manner of Nicholas Pocock. In our opinion a work in the style of the artist and of a later date. iv.

After Nicholas Pocock. In our opinion a copy of a known work of the artist.

v.

The term signed and/or dated means that in our opinion the signature and/or date are from the hand of the artist.

vi. The term bears signature and/or date means that in our opinion the signature and/or date have been added by another hand.

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16. ARTIST RE-SALE RIGHT Living artists and the descendants Portion of the Sale price Percentage of artists deceased within the last 70 years are entitled to amount receive a re-sale royalty each time their work is bought or sold. 1,000 to 50,000 euro 4% A qualifying individual (including the original artist) must be a national of an EU member state. Any work selling for 1000 From 50,000.01 to 200,000 euro 3% euros or more is subject to an additional charge as laid out below. This charge is payable by the buyer on any eligible lots From 200,000.01 to 350,000 euro 1% based on the hammer price. Lots that may incur this charge will From 350,000.01 to 500,000 euro 0.5% be denoted in the catalogue by AR. (For full details of The Artists Resale Right Regulations 2006 see Statutory Instrument Exceeding 500,000 euro 0.25% 2006 No. 346). The total amount of royalty payable on the sale shall not in any event exceed 12,500 euro. 17. PACKING & DISPATCH Clevedon Salerooms do not pack or ship any lots themselves. Please contact Teresa Connor to discuss a quote on 07799 077384. For larger items such as furniture a quote can be obtained from Alban Shipping, Tel: 01582 493099 Email: info@albanshipping.co.uk 18. ONLINE BIDDING Clevedon Salerooms offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Clevedon Salerooms you: authorise Clevedon Salerooms, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 4.95% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price. 19. TRADE & EXPORT OF RESTRICTED GOODS – CITES REGULATIONS It is the responsibility of purchasers to comply with the latest import/export regulations required for their purchase and also to obtain the relevant import/ export licences. Obtaining such licences can be a lengthy process but neither a delay nor refusal of a licence will be grounds for the rescission of a sale or for a delay in making payment. Clevedon Salerooms Ltd does not undertake such applications on behalf of successful bidders. Certain items may be subject to CITES regulations when exporting outside of the EU. The regulations can be found on the DEFRA website and compliance with the regulations regarding exportation is the sole responsibility of the purchaser. Items that may require permits include, but are not limited to ivory, tortoiseshell, crocodile skin, rhinoceros horn, whalebone, certain types of coral and Brazilian rosewood. 20. CLOCKS, WATCHES & MECHANICAL ITEMS All such items are sold with no guarantee. We are happy to comment on the physical condition and appearance of the above items but we do not comment on the state of the movement or workings. If asked whether a clock or watch works when wound, an affirmative response does not imply any warranty that the piece is in working condition. Watch weights, where given, are an estimate to assist buyers of the gross weight only, and are not an indication of the amount of precious metal within a watch. Purchasers of Rolex Watches should be aware that US Customs do not allow the shipping of Rolex into the country and can only be imported personally. Other countries may have their own restrictions and potential purchasers should check with the relevant authorities prior to bidding. 21.JEWELLERY & GEMSTONES Purchasers are advised that whilst great care has been taken in the examination of gemstones, it is not possible to test every gemstone in multi-gemstone lots. Historically many gemstones have been subjected to a variety of treatments to enhance their appearance. Sapphires and rubies are routinely heat treated to improve their colour and clarity, similarly emeralds are frequently treated with oils or resin for the same purpose. Other treatments such as staining, irradiation or coating may have been used on other gemstones. These treatments may be permanent, whilst others may need special care or re-treatment over the years to retain their appearance. Bidders should be aware that Estimates assume that gemstones may have been subjected to such treatments. A number of laboratories issue certificates that give more detailed Descriptions of gemstones. However there may not be consensus between different laboratories on the degrees, or types of treatment for any particular gemstone. In the event that we have been given or have obtained certificates for any Lot in the Sale these certificates will be disclosed in the Catalogue. Although we may endeavour to provide certificates from recognised laboratories for certain gemstones, it is not feasible to obtain certificates for each lot. In the event that no certificate is published in the Catalogue, Bidders should assume that the gemstones may have been treated. Neither we nor the Seller accepts any liability for contradictions or differing certificates obtained by Buyers on any Lots subsequent to the Sale. ESTIMATED WEIGHTS If a stone(s) weight appears within the body of the Description it has been assessed by us within its/their settings, and the stated weight is a statement of our opinion only. This information is given as a guide and Bidders should satisfy themselves with regard to this information as to its accuracy. If a weight of a stone or stones is inscribed within the mount it will be stated as ‘shank inscribed’ and then the weight. If a stone is certified and a weight given within the certificate it will be quoted within the description as ‘certificate stating the weight to be’. COLOUR AND CLARITY OF DIAMONDS We may suggest a colour and clarity for diamonds, either within the catalogue description or in a condition report. This is our opinion only and is given as guidance only. This does not guarantee any outcome should it be submitted for certification. PEARLS All pearls should be regarded as untested and unwarranted unless stated otherwise. SIGNATURES i A diamond brooch, by Kutchinsky – when the maker’s name appears in the title, in our opinion the piece is by that maker. ii A diamond brooch, signed Kutchinsky – has a signature that, in our opinion, is authentic but may contain gemstones that are not original, or the piece may have been altered iii A diamond brooch, mounted by Kutchinsky – has been created by the jeweller, in our opinion, but using stones or designs supplied by the client.

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