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The November Sale Saturday 10th November 2018 9.30am


Nicholas Davies

Will Farmer

Director Silver, Jewellery and Collectables

Director Ceramics, Glass and Decorative Arts

nick@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

will@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Mark Hannam

Andrew Mayall

Alison Snowdon

Senior Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Collectables and Furniture

Valuer and Auctioneer Ceramics and Textiles

mark@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

andrew@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

alison@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

William Lacey

Judith Woolgar

Ellie Bertram

Picture Consultant

Accounts Manager

Administrative Assistant

bill@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

judith@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

ellie@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

June Emery

Lee Coldrick

Jay Tristram

Receptionist

Head Porter and Saleroom Assistant

Photographer and Porter

june@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk


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Thursday 8th November Friday 9th November Morning of the sale from

Viewing 10.00am to 4.00pm 10.00am to 7.00pm 8.00am to 9.30am

All lots marked with ✦ are from the Norman Purdy Collection (See page 47) Venue Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN Tel: 01384 444140 Email: info@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk Website: www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Buyers Premium 20% (24% VAT inclusive) on the hammer price

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LotS markEd 3 artIStS rE-SaLE rIGHt (arr) Living artists and the descendants of artists deceased within the last 70 years are entitled to receive a re-sale royalty each time their work is bought. Please note ARR is calculated in euros. Auctioneers will apply current exchange rates. Applies to lots with hammer value over €1,000 as follows: 0 to €50,000 - 4%, €50,000.01 to €200,000 - 3% €200,000.01 to €350,000 - 1%, €350,000.01 to €500,000 - 0.5% Exceeding €500,000 - 0.25% ARR is capped at €12,500

Please note the-saleroom.com have increased their charge to 4.95% + VAT Please note that all emails requesting condition reports and images must be received by close of business on Thursday 8th November. All commission bids submitted by email must be received before close of business on Friday 9th November. Notice regarding the sale of material from Endangered Species. Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulation prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country.

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The Auction – A Buying Guide We have outlined below all the information you will need to understand how to buy at auction. If you have any questions we are here to help. Email addresses and telephone numbers are provided in this catalogue, or if you are at the sale please ask a member of staff.

The Basics Viewing Our viewing times are shown at the front of the catalogue. Cataloguers are on hand to help with enquiries about the sale and specific lots. Most items are openly displayed in the saleroom; others are stored in secure cabinets. We ask that you take care when viewing the sale. If you need assistance to view large or heavy objects please ask a porter to help. Please note when handling any item at the view or at the sale you do so at your own risk.

The Catalogue All lots carry a description and pre-sale estimate of price. Estimates suggest the price that the lot may reach. Vendors’ reserves may be set, they are confidential, but they will not exceed the bottom estimate figure. Estimates do not include the buyers’ premium. Lots may carry abbreviations, e.g. S/D (some damage) or A/F (as found, considerable damage). We make every effort to note damage and restoration; the absence of any such note does not imply the lot is without defect. All customers should satisfy themselves of both conditions and descriptions. Any weights and measurements given are approximate. Any amendments to the catalogue are shown in Saleroom notices which are posted around the viewing/auction rooms. For further information on cataloguing terms used in the paintings and prints section please see our terms and conditions of business.

Saleroom facilities The saleroom has a café open on the Thursday and Friday prior to the sale and on the day of the sale.

Registration Anyone wishing to bid should register at the sales office and will receive a bidding or paddle number before the start of the sale. The number should be shown when bidding and paying and should be returned to the cash office at the end of the day. At present registration is carried out on the day of the sale only.

Auctioning the lots The speed of the auction will vary between auctioneers. Typically we will cover approximately 120-130 lots per hour. Bidding stops after the fall of the hammer and the auctioneer’s decision is final.

Bidding at the sale Bidders should use the paddles they have been assigned for the day and will need to show them clearly to the auctioneer when bidding. Invoices will only be raised to the name assigned to the paddle. We cannot transfer lots to other names or numbers after the fall of the hammer.

Absentee or commission bidding If you are unable to attend the sale but wish to bid on a lot, we can do this on your behalf. You will need to fill in a commission bid form; one is included in this catalogue. You should complete the contact details, list the lot and the maximum price you wish to pay, excluding the buyer’s premium. The form should then be submitted to our offices or a member of staff. The bid will be carried out by us and is entirely confidential. All bids are executed at as low a price as is permitted by other bids left and/or reserves set. Bids may be submitted by telephone or email, info@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk, and must be received before 9am on the day of the sale. Successful buyers will receive an invoice after the sale; payment and collection details will be enclosed. Please note, this service is offered as a convenience. We take every care in carrying out bids left with us, however we cannot be held responsible for errors made or failure to execute bids, therefore commission bids are left at the bidder’s risk. Neither requests to “buy” nor rolling bids can be accepted. (Before leaving bids please see “conditions of absentee bidding” on the enclosed bid form).

Telephone bidding We can offer a limited number of telephone bidding lines on sale day enabling absentee bidders to bid “live”. This facility is only available on lots which carry a bottom estimate of £400 or more. Requests for telephone bids must be made by close of business the day before the sale and are allocated on a first come first served basis.

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Payment Payment can be made during or immediately after the sale. The successful buyer should take the bidding number to the cash office for processing. Payment can be made by cash, debit card, credit card or bank transfer (please ask for details). Payments over £500 are not taken over the phone and invoices must be paid in person or by bank transfer (please quote the buyer reference given on your invoice). In accordance with financial regulations we do not accept single cash payments over £8,800 (€10,000). Once payment has cleared, goods may be collected. Small items may be collected during the sale at the discretion of the porters, furniture may be removed at the end of the sale. Accounts staff are available to answer any enquiries regarding payment prior to and at the sale. All sold items not collected or paid for within fourteen days of the sale will incur storage charges of £5 per lot per day.

Package and shipping We offer a limited packing service within the U.K. only and at the auctioneer’s discretion. For information please contact us. All liabilities are with the buyer. We do not pack or ship any fragile items including pottery, porcelain, glassware, paintings, arms or weaponry. We confidently suggest the following agent as an alternative: Mailboxes – 01905 732830 info@mbeworcester.co.uk That’s your lot – 01902 475212 thatsyourlot@outlook.com

Neither storage nor handling fees are charged for the first 14 days. After this time charges are made (please refer to our terms and conditions of business). When collecting furniture, owners will need to arrange collection times with our office and provide 48 hours advance notice. If an agent is collecting furniture we would require the third party to supply proof of identity and authorisation from the buyer.

Special Notice Notice Regarding the Sale of Material from Endangered Species. Prospective purchasers are advised that several countries prohibit the importation of property containing materials from endangered species, including but not limited to coral, ivory and tortoiseshell. Accordingly, prospective purchasers should familiarize themselves with relevant customs regulations prior to bidding if they intend to import this lot into another country

Additional sales services Condition reports For prospective buyers who are unable to attend the viewing, we offer a condition report service. Requests for information and/or email images are accepted by telephone or email during the week before the sale. Demand is often very high for this service and, whilst we aim to reply at the latest 24 hours before sale day, we cannot guarantee this. Such reports are a statement of our opinion and are for guidance purposes only.

Online services Our catalogues may be viewed online and downloaded from our website www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk. Our recently re-designed site now offers search and lot alert facilities. If you are looking to buy a particular item then please visit the login page to register your details and add your key search words. If you simply want to be notified of each of our sales please login and register and we will send you an email announcement seven days prior to each sale. For further details please contact 01384 444140.

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Easy access Our saleroom offers street level access and has a disabled toilet facility. If you require any special assistance then please contact us prior to your visit so that we can try to assist further.

Professional services We provide a full range of professional valuation services for insurance, probate or family division purposes. These can be arranged by appointment at either your home or our offices and in each instance are tailored to suit the individual client’s requirements. Valuations for insurance may vary from a single item to an entire collection of goods. Full inventories can be prepared with illustrations if required. Valuations for probate purposes can be provided for executors and trustees. We may, in addition, be able to assist in clearing any property as required.

Valuation days Every Tuesday between 10am and 4pm at our Mill Race Lane premises, no appointment necessary.

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Order of sale Lot Numbers

Page Numbers

Pottery

1 - 157

5 - 17

Moorcroft Pottery

158 - 198

18 - 20

Glass

199 - 302

21 - 28

Paintings and Prints

303 - 401

29 - 42

Trains and Railway Related

402 - 507

43 - 50

Die Cast and Tin Plate Toys

508 - 611

51 - 59

Militaria and Medals

612 - 649

60 - 62

Collectables

650 - 782

63 - 72

Furniture

783 - 850

73 - 77

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1-157 Pottery

7 A late 19th Century Japanese Satsuma vase of footed hexagonal form decorated with a scene of five ladies dressed in patterned robes stood before a bamboo tree, all to a cream white ground, painted gold and black two character mark, height 18cm. £150 - £200

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1 A Beswick Racehorse and Jockey (Walking Racehorse), model 1037, colourway number two, circle mark, height 22cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 2 A Beswick Pottery figure of a Girl on a Jumping Horse, model 939, circle mark, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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3 A Royal Worcester Blush Ivory shape 1406 vase decorated to the ovoid body with sprays of flowers and foliage against the pale ground, the shoulders with pointed angular handles terminating in a dolphin head, puce mark, height 31cm S/D. £40 - £60

4 A circa 1960s Arabia Ruska tea set designed by Ulla Procope comprising tea pot, milk, sugar, tea cups and saucers all in a tonal brown mottled glaze, printed marks, together with a small selection of flat ware hand painted with stylised flowers. (qty). £100 - £150 5 A large mid 20th Century Vallauris Pottery vase of abstract shouldered ovoid form with integral handles, decorated with raised white glazed whiplash motif over a matt black ground with high gloss red interior, height 26cm. £50 - £80 6 A 19th Century Japanese Meiji period Satsuma vase of footed form decorated in the round with cartouche panels depicting figures in conversation, in garden settings and warriors in a Chinoiserie landscape, gilt and gold character mark, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £350 - £400

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8 A late 19th Century Japanese Meiji period Satsuma vase decorated with four panel scenes, one showing three ladies playing a game, one with stylised flowers, one with two male figures sat in patterned robes and the last with two quails, the foot and neck rim with a repeat pattern, unmarked, height 22cm. £200 - £300 9 A late 19th Century Japanese Satsuma vase, the body with six rectangular panels each decorated with an alternate scene of figures in a garden and sprays of flowers, the rim and foot rim with a repeat pattern, impressed character mark, height 18cm S/D. £60 - £80 10 A 19th Century Japanese Meiji period Satsuma plate decorated with robed ladies and children sat in an interior setting with a Chinoiserie landscape in the distance, gilt and black character mark, possibly for Ryuzan, diameter 18.5cm. £200 - £300

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19 An early 20th Century Royal Doulton model of a seated fox with a wide grinning face, his back decorated with transfer applied grapevines with Art Nouveau type whiplash leaves, printed Royal Doulton mark and incised 12, height 12.5cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

11 11 A pair of late 19th Century Japanese Satsuma vases each decorated in the round with a scene of seated ladies dressed in patterned robes to an interior and garden setting, black and gold character mark to the base, possibly for Shimazu, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £350 - £400 12 A 1920s Wedgwood ‘Ordinary Lustre’ Malfrey pot of high shouldered form with a domed cover decorated with gilt dragons over a mottled green ground, to a design by Daisy Makeig-Jones, printed Portland vase mark, pattern code Z4831, height 22cm. £200 - £300

11 (verso) 14 A 1980s Denise Harrison studio pottery bowl and cover in terracotta clay with geometric design in white and black slip clay, together with a matched shallow circular bowl with wide rim and similar motifs, one A/F. (2). £40 - £60 15 A large terracotta clay studio pottery figural group by Joan Elizabeth Woollard depicting a lady in standing pose with a cat by her side, unsigned, height 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

13 A 1920s Royal Worcester Crown Works footed bowl decorated to the interior with three stylised trees in green lustre against an orange ground, the exterior in a mottled orange lustre, gilt mark with date code for 1926, height 7cm. £70 - £90

17 A small pottery vase of baluster form, the body decorated in a pale sage green crystalline type glaze to a dove grey ground, unmarked, in the manner of Ruskin Pottery, height 7.5cm, within an associated glazed presentation case. £50 - £80 18 A set of three Ruskin Pottery carded light blue souffle glaze buttons, diameter 2cm together with four early 20th Century brooches each set with a Ruskin type roundel within a stamped metal frame (5). £40 - £60

21 A late 19th to early 20th Century Japanese Satsuma vase with moulded elephant head handles, the body decorated with watering birds and cranes in a landscape setting with Mount Fuji in the distance and chrysanthemum in the foreground, bears three character seal mark, possibly for Sekizan, height 18cm. £200 - £300 22 A small late 19th to early 20th Century Japanese Satsuma footed bowl decorated to the interior with a scene of ladies and children sat in a garden framed with a floral patterned border, the exterior with a repeat gilt pattern, four character mark to the base, possibly for Kozan Sei, diameter 12.5cm. £100 - £150 23 A late 19th to early 20th Century Japanese Satsuma vase panel decorated with scenes of warriors to one side and ladies dancing to the other, flanked with patterned borders, rubbed character mark to the base, height 15cm S/D. £100 - £150

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16 A large studio pottery bowl by Martin Homer, the whole glazed in green with a moulded border edge with grapes and vines, incised signature, diameter 49.5cm. £60 - £80

20 A late 19th Century Japanese Satsuma vase of hexagonal form decorated with scenes of robed figures in conversation with a repeat pattern to the neck, unmarked, height 17cm, restored. £150 - £200

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24 A late 19th to early 20th Century Japanese Satsuma vase panel decorated with scenes of robed figures in conversation, flanked by panels of flowers with a repeat pattern to the neck, unmarked, height 22cm. £100 - £150 25 A pair of late 19th to early 20th Century Japanese Satsuma vases each panel decorated with scenes of robed figures by the waters edge, all to a blue background with a gilt overlay pattern, indistinct character marks to the base, height 15.5cm (one S/D). £150 - £200

29 A pair of Clarice Cliff Rhodanthe Biarritz side plates circa 1936 hand painted to the shoulder with a stylised tree landscape, brown script signature and Biarritz mark, width 17cm. £40 - £60 30 A pair of Clarice Cliff Rhodanthe Biarritz side plates circa 1936 hand painted to the shoulder with a stylised tree landscape, brown script signature and Biarritz mark, width 17cm. £40 - £60

26 A Clarice Cliff My Garden shape 660 sugar sifter circa 1934 relief moulded to the base with flowers and foliage in mixed colours below a tapered conical body with tonal brown Delecia style decoration, hand painted MY GARDEN and Bizarre mark, height 14.5cm, S/D. £30 - £50 27 A small Clarice Cliff Goldstone Abstract Lotus jug circa 1936 hand painted with stylised flower heads within a blue line trellis over the tonal brown mottled ground, blue scrip signature, height 16.5cm. £40 - £60 28 A pair of Clarice Cliff Rhodanthe Biarritz side plates circa 1936 hand painted to the shoulder with a stylised tree landscape, brown script signature and Biarritz mark, width 17cm. £40 - £60

31 31 A 19th Century Staffordshire puzzle jug decorated with a black and white applied transfer print depicting an elephant, leopard and figures on horseback in a landscape setting, (possibly from the ‘Indian Sporting’ series after drawings by Thomas Williamson, first published 1805), with the printed verse ‘May good attend, each honest hear and all who act a generous part’ beneath the initials SU, unmarked, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

32 Three pieces of black basalt comprising a 1930s Wedgwood teapot of compressed form decorated in low relief with classical scenes, height 11cm and two late 19th Century cream jugs, each of silver form with low relief moulded decoration, both unmarked (3). £40 - £60 33 An early 19th Century black basalt Castleford type coffee pot and cover, the body and hinged cover decorated in low relief with moulded acanthus leaves and repeat patterns framing two cartouche panels, the hinged lid with a fleur de lys finial, unmarked, height 22.5cm S/D. £50 - £80 34 Two 19th Century Staffordshire figures, the first modelled as a lady stood holding a dove, height 27cm, the second as a lady sat on a rectangular plinth reading a book, width 17.5cm, height 18cm, both unmarked, both A/F (2). £40 - £60 35 A pair of 19th Century Staffordshire figures modelled as the young Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, height 14cm together with three 19th Century Staffordshire figures of the ‘Royal Children’ with each sat on a goat, tallest 14cm (5). £40 - £60 36 A collection of 19th Century Staffordshire figures to include three encrusted models of sheep, a pair Spaniels with burnt red decoration and a pair of pen stands formed as reclining greyhounds (qty). £40 - £60

37 A collection of assorted 19th Century Staffordshire figures and flatbacks to include a figure of a boot boy, one modelled as two children playing with a pond yacht and one with a child stood on the back of a horse, all unmarked, all A/F. £50 - £80 38 A collection of assorted 19th Century Staffordshire mugs and jugs to include copper lustre examples, a ‘Commedia dell Arte’ puzzle jug and a frog mug formed as faux bamboo, all S/D (qty). £40 - £60 39 A 19th Century Staffordshire Wesleyan figure modelled as Wesley sat in the pulpit with a painted clock face beneath, height 29cm together with two Staffordshire figures of Wesley and four 19th Century pepperpots, two formed as ‘Toby’ and two as ‘Mr Peel’ (7). £50 - £80 40 A 19th Century Enoch Wood type jug modelled as a seated Watchman holding out his lantern and sat on a red chair, height 21cm together with two late 19th Century Toby jugs and two figures of farm hands, all A/F (5). £50 - £80 41 Nine assorted 19th Century Staffordshire framed pot lids comprising Hide and Seek, The New Jetty and Pier Margate, The Residence of Anne Hathaway, Strathfieldsay The Seat of the Duke of Wellington, A Pair, A Race or Derby Day, Eastern Repast, The Shepherdess and The Waterfall (9). £80 - £120

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47 A Dennis China Works vase decorated with tubelined purple iris against a tonal blue and purple ground, the design by Sally Tuffin, painted and impressed marks, height 21.5cm. £80 - £120

42 42 An 18th Century blue and white teabowl and saucer from the Ca Mau - Binh Thuan cargo decorated with two figures in a chinoiserie landscape, retains Sotheby’s label to the teabowl, saucer diameter 11.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 43 Ten assorted 18th and 19th Century Chinese teabowls of varying form and design to include one decorated with hand painted figures in conversation, a Tek Sing cup and several blue and white examples, damages (10). £40 - £60 44 Four assorted 18th and 19th Century Chinese blue and white teabowls and saucer of varying form, each with hand painted decoration together with an early 19th Century tea caddy (lacking cover) and a small early 20th Century Japanese export teapot (6). £100 - £150 45 A small Royal Worcester ‘Hadley’s Roses’ bud vase decorated with hand painted pink and crimson roses, the neck with moulded detailing in a matt gold, green printed mark with date code for 1912, height 10cm together with a small trinket pot lid decorated with similar roses, unmarked, probably Royal Worcester, diameter 5cm (2). £60 - £80 46 A Dennis China Works trumpet vase decorated with tubelined purple iris against a tonal blue and purple ground, the design by Sally Tuffin, painted and impressed marks, height 16.5cm. £80 - £120

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48 A post war Royal Copenhagen Faience Ware vase of oval sleeve form decorated with an abstract landscape by Ivan Weiss, height 15.5cm. £40 - £60 49 Three pieces of Royal Crown Derby Imari comprising a pedestal vase in 6299, a small bud vase in pattern 1128 and a spill vase formed as a coal scuttle in pattern 6299, each with printed and painted marks, tallest 13.5cm. £100 - £150 50 A Royal Crown Derby twin handled vase decorated in the Imari 1128, printed mark with date code for 1905, height 22cm. £80 - £120 51 A Royal Crown Derby teacup and saucer decorated in the Imari pattern 2451, saucer diameter 13.5cm together with a matching cream jug and sugar bowl and a coffee can and saucer decorated in the 1128 Imari pattern (6). £80 - £120 52 Three pieces of Royal Crown Derby Imari comprising a cabinet plate in pattern 1126, diameter 22.5cm, a rectangular pin dish in pattern 2451 and a miniature tankard in pattern 2649, all with printed marks (3). £50 - £80 53 Three Royal Crown Derby coffee cups and saucers decorated in the Imari 2451 pattern together with a matching single cup and a smaller saucer (8). £50 - £80 54 A small collection of assorted Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern teawares comprising a large slop bowl, a small hot water jug, a sucrier and a trio, all decorated in pattern 2451, all with printed marks (6). £80 - £120

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55 A Cobridge Pottery Stoneware high fired high shouldered vase of tapering form decorated in an all over streaked and mottled tonal green glaze over a blue ground, impressed marks, height 30cm. £60 - £80 56 A large Cobridge Pottery Stoneware vase decorated in the Ocean Traveller pattern with dolphins and sea grasses, impressed marks, height 30cm. £60 - £80 57 A large boxed Cobridge Pottery Stoneware vase decorated in the Swan Lake Serenity pattern designed by Sandra Dance, impressed marks, height 27cm. £60 - £80 58 A large boxed Cobridge Pottery Stoneware vase decorated with a Japanese landscape with cranes beneath stylised trees, impressed marks, indistinctly signed in gold and dated 02.10.99, height 25cm. £60 - £80 59 A large boxed Cobridge Pottery Stoneware vase decorated in the Pussy WIllow pattern, impressed marks, height 26cm. £60 - £80 60 A contemporary Kevin Francis / Peggy Davies model of a grotesque bird with its wings outstretched from the Phoenix Series, inspired by the grotesque birds made by Martin Brothers, painted marks to the base Artists Original Proof for Peggy Davies Ceramics (Approved Trial) by Victoria Bourne ‘The Phoenix Series’ signed in gold Robert Tabbenor,11/04/2010, complete with certificate, height 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 61 A Royal Worcester shape 1439 ewer decorated with hand painted crimson roses against a pale ground, puce mark with date code for 1892, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150


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60 62 A late 19th Century Graingers and Co Royal China Works twin handled vase panel decorated by John Stinton with hand painted cattle in a woodland setting, signed, green printed mark, height 29cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 63 A pair of Grainger and Co Royal China Work vase and covers panel decorated by John Stinton with cattle in a landscape setting, signed, green printed marks, height 24.5cm, both S/D. £120 - £180 64 A large late 19th to early 20th Century Dresden twin handled vase and cover raised to a square pedestal, all decorated with Watteauesque scenes flanked by black and floral panels, bears Beehive mark, total height 52cm. £300 - £500

61 65 A large late 19th to early 20th Century Dresden Vienna type vase and cover decorated with a transfer applied and hand tinted scene of classical figures and cherubs in a landscape setting, all to a blue ground with a gilt overlay pattern, bears printed Beehive mark, height 39cm. £100 - £150

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68 A large 19th Century Vienna porcelain charger decorated after the original by Hans Makart with a hand painted oval portrait of a scantily clad maiden partially draped in a red robe with her arms outstretched and her long hair in the wind, entitled Der Mittag to the reverse, framed within a gilt border with a lavender edge having a gilt overlay pattern, printed H. Makart Der Mittag to the reverse alongside a printed beehive mark, diameter 42cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

66 A pair of late 19th Century Vienna type pedestal vase and cover, each raised to an affixed pedestal stand, both decorated with hand painted roundels depicting Dutch figures on horseback and riding in landscapes, all to a blue ground with a gilt pattern overlay, each bear printed Beehive marks, height 21.5cm (2). £200 - £300 67 A small late 19th to early 20th Century Vienna lidded jug decorated with a hand panted scene of two ladies and a gentleman dressed in robes, all to a blue ground with a gilt overlay pattern, printed Beehive mark and titled Paris u Helena, height 12.5cm. £200 - £300

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73 A late 19th to early 20th Century Continental twin handled tray transfer decorated to the centre with a lady and gentleman stood on stairs, being serenaded by Puss in Boots, bears printed Beehive mark alongside indistinct impressed mark, diameter 39cm. £120 - £180

69 A large 19th Century Vienna circular charger decorated to the centre with a hand painted cartouche panel by F. Koller depicting Mary, Queen of Scots renouncing the throne, she stood with an attendant whilst five male figures stand around her demanding she sign a document, all to a matt gold ground with enamelled scrolls and jewelled motif, signed, titled to the reverse Maria Konigin von Schottland, verzichtet auf den Thron, painted Beehive mark, diameter 49cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200 70 A pair of 19th Century Vienna twin handled pedestal vase and covers, each decorated with rectangular cartouche panels hand painted with scenes of Romanesque soldiers and classical maidens against a purple and pink ground with a gilt overlay pattern, each with a painted Beehive mark, height 31cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500

74 A large late 19th to early 20th Century Vienna charger decorated with a hand panted scene entitled Fouille des Venus (the excavation of Venus) depicting Venus being attended to by three ladies and a cherub, the border edge with crimson, pink and peach cartouche panels, painted Beehive mark and printed title, diameter 37.5cm. £200 - £300 69 71 A late 19th to early 20th Century Vienna type square dish decorated to the centre with a hand painted scene of a Greco-Roman lady and gentleman, all within a gilt border with a pierced purple outer border, bears printed Beehive mark, 23.5cm sq. £80 - £120

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72 A late 19th to early 20th Century Vienna charger decorated with a transfer applied scene of cherubs and a Roman soldier before a nude angel and a reclining male figure, the border edge in blue with a gilt transfer pattern, printed mark, diameter 33cm. £100 - £150

75 A large late 19th to early 20th Century Vienna type charger decorated with a hand panted scene depicting four Greco-Roman ladies stood at a pedestal, the border edge with crimson, pink and peach cartouche panels, indistinct title to the reverse, painted Beehive mark, diameter 37.5cm. £200 - £300

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76 A pair of late 19th to early 20th Century Vienna type trumpet vases, each decorated with a hand painted cartouche within a gilt frame, against a pale green ground with gilt overlay bands of pattern, one entitled Calista, the other Amor m. Aglaia, each bear painted Beehive marks, height 24cm. £200 - £300 77 A 19th Century Vienna porcelain cabinet plate decorated to the centre with a hand painted portrait of a fashionable lady, signed Wagner, the border edge in the Art Nouveau style with gilt flowers and foliage against a tonal blue ground, entitled to the reverse Queen of the Roses Dec: 281, painted beehive mark, diameter 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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78 A Troika Pottery vase retailed through Heals, the square form with cylindrical cross sections to the lower section, the whole glazed in a tonal bronze/brown glaze, painted Troika Cornwall, England to the base, height 23.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 79 A large Troika pottery square footed fruit bowl, the circular centre decorated with a bronze glaze, the exterior and foot glazed in brown, incised into the glaze Troika Cornwall, England, 23.5cm sq, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 80 A large Poole Pottery shallow plate decorated in the UG design with a hand painted nesting seagull sat on sand dunes, diameter 31cm together with a six section Poole Pottery hors d’oeuvres dish decorated with hand painted stylised seafood, diameter 32.5cm (2). £80 - £120

81 ✦ A 19th Century Sunderland lustre water jug decorated with a transfer and hand tinted scene of ‘Marner’s arns’ and to the reverse an image of the ‘Noran Creina Steam Yacth’ (sic), height 19cm together with a larger water jug with a scene of the Northumberland galleon in full sail, height 18cm, both S/D (2). £40 - £60 82 ✦ A small 19th Century Scott oval plaque decorated with a transfer and hand tinted scene of ‘A West View of the New Bridge, Sunderland’, framed, impressed Scott, visible length 12.2cm together with a twin handled chamber pot with script verse and a transfer scene of the Cast Iron Bridge over the River Wear to the exterior and to the interior a transfer scene of a bearded man with the text ‘Oh! What do I see’ and moulded frog to the side, length 28cm, restored (2). £40 - £60

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83 83 ✦ A large 19th Century Sunderland lustre water jug decorated to one side with a black and white transfer applied building surrounded by Masonic symbols and a short printed verse, to the other side with printed text ‘ Let Masonry from pole to pole, her sacred laws expand ...’ and beneath the spout with a scene of ‘A West view of the Cast Iron Bridge, over the river Wear, built by R. Burdon Esq’, unmarked, height 23.5cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

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84 ✦ Four assorted 19th Century Sunderland lustre footed bowls comprising one with scenes of ‘The Mariner’s Compass’ and ‘A West View of the Cast Iron Bridge over the River Wear, built by R. Burdon Esq’, diameter 25.5cm, one with various transfer applied and hand tinted vinaigrettes to include ‘New Bridge over Teewear at Sunderland’, diameter 24.5cm, another smaller similar example, diameter 21.5cm and the last with printed verse and ‘Manchester Unity Independent under of Odd Fellows’, diameter 15.5cm, all with damages. £40 - £60 85 ✦ Five assorted 19th Century frog mugs comprising one with a transfer print of children playing on a swing, one with a transfer applied ‘A West View of the Iron Bridge at Sunderland’, one with a transfer applied scene ‘The Agamemnon in a storm’ with printed verse to the reverse, one with printed text with a Sunderland lustre border ‘Thus smiling at sea or on shore ...’ and the last with a transfer applied ‘West View of the Iron Bridge over the Wear under the patronage of R. Burdon Esq’, each with a moulded frog to the interior, all with damages, tallest 13cm. £50 - £80 86 ✦ A small mixed collection of 19th Century Sunderland lustre to include four jugs, one ‘Ancient Order of Foresters’ and a tobacco box with domed cover for William Pearson with printed text to the reverse, all A/F. £40 - £60 87 A 1930s/1940s Art Deco Bourne Denby vase, attributed in design to Donald Gilbert, the barrel form decorated in low relief with grazing deer amidst trees, all in tones of blue and green, printed mark, height 20cm. £50 - £80

89 Three pieces of 1930s Charlotte Rhead comprising a Bursley Ware flower jug decorated in the TL4 pattern with tubelined hydrangea over a pale ground, height 22cm, a Wood’s Arabesque powder bowl and cover, diameter 10.5cm and a Bursley Ware vase with a band of tubelined flowers, all with printed marks (3). £50 - £80 90 A 1950s Poole Pottery rectangular sandwich plate decorated with a hand painted pink fish, to a design by Truda Carter, impressed mark with indistinct painters mark, length 42.5cm. £40 - £60 91 A large Ruskin Pottery vase of high shouldered form decorated in a mottled lavender glaze with souffle type sweeping, impressed marks and dated 1921, height 31cm S/D. £70 - £90 92 A contemporary pottery bowl by Lisa B Moorcroft decorated with tubelined geese in flight over a blue lustre ground, incised signature, diameter 25cm. £40 - £60 93 A late 19th Century Royal Worcester blush ivory lobed jar and cover, shape 1412 with associated stand, also shape 1412, both decorated with sprays of flowers against the pale ground, puce marks with date code for 1896 to both, stand diameter 19.5cm, jar height 17cm (2). £50 - £80 94 A Dennis China Works vase decorated with two incised elephants, to a design by Sally Tuffin, impressed and painted marks, height 17.5cm. £100 - £150

88 Two 1930s/1940s Art Deco Bourne Denby vases, attributed in design to Donald Gilbert, the first decorated in low relief with a stylised treelined landscape in tones of green and blue, height 19.5cm, the second with fawns amidst trees, height 16cm, both with printed marks (2) £60 - £80

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95 95 A 19th Century, First Period Belleek Quiver posy vase modelled as a pair of crossed quivers surrounded by musical instruments with gilt and yellow lustre detailing on a base of moulded grapes, printed black mark, height 20cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 96 A Royal Doulton Flambe vase of globe and shaft form decorated with lavender and mottled green veining against a red ground, printed mark, height 24cm. £60 - £80 97 A late 19th Century Doulton Lambeth silver plated lidded jug decorated with a raised band of pattern against a tonal blue ground, impressed mark, height 24cm. £80 - £120 98 A Ruskin Pottery ‘Elephant’s Foot’ vase decorated in a crystalline pale yellow to streaked blue glaze with blue crystalline flecks, impressed mark and dated 1930, height 22.5cm. £100 - £150 99 A Ruskin Pottery lamp base of footed Mei Ping form decorated in a mottled green and blue tonal glaze, impressed mark, dated 1927, height 33cm. £80 - £120


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100 100 A large Ruskin Pottery crystalline glaze barrel vase decorated in green to yellow to blue, impressed marks and dated 1933, height 23cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £150

103 A large late 19th to early 20th Century Maw and Co relief moulded plaque with three cherubic children stood on the back of an eagle in flight, the whole glazed in green, unmarked, diameter 42cm. £200 - £300

107 Two Royal Worcester R. Van Ruyckevelt model fish comprising Red Hind and Spade Fish, both enamel decoration, both with printed marks, height 14cm, both S/D. £100 - £150

111 A collection of assorted early 20th Century crested china to include several jugs of varying form including a W.H Goss cream jug with a printed verse by Adolphus Goss (8). £40 - £60

104 A late 19th to early 20th Century Meissen twin handled square tray decorated with a spray of hand painted flowers against the milk white ground, the handles and corners with moulded scallop shell and scroll decoration heightened with gilding, blue cross swords mark, 39.5cm sq. £80 - £120

108 A pair of Dresden encrusted lambs both stood on green oval bases, printed Dresden mark, length 5.3cm, height 6cm. £40 - £60

112 A small collection of assorted early 20th Century novelty crested china to include an Arcadian ‘Model of the great Rock of Ages, Burrington Coombe near Cheddar Son’, a Teignmouth crested motor sprit oil can, a Willow Art model of Worcester Cathedral, a Nottingham crested model of Tower Bridge and a W.H Goss shell crested for Blackpool, various makers (qty). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

105 A late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese blue and white rouleau vase decorated in blue and white with a hand painted landscape scene, unmarked, height 36cm S/D. £100 - £150

101 A Ruskin Pottery crystalline glaze vase of ovoid form with a flared collar neck, the whole glazed in a tonal orange to blue glaze with blue green crystalline flecks, impressed mark and dated 1930, height 20.5cm. £80 - £120

106 A set of four Royal Crown Derby Imari Christmas plates from a limited edition of 1750, comprising 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000, three with boxes and certificates, diameter 22cm. £60 - £80

102 Two pieces of Poole Pottery Delphis range comprising a shape 83 vase painted by Rosina St. Clayre and a shape 58 bowl decorated by Anne Godfrey S/D, both decorated in the typical manner, printed marks (2). £50 - £80

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109 A small collection of assorted early 20th Century crested china to include a W.H Goss ‘Model of Cromwellian Mortar found at Hythe’ and a ‘Model of Wensleydale Leather Jack date around 1500 in Hornes Museum’ together with assorted jugs, cups and two miniature butter dishes (qty). £40 - £60

113 Nine pieces of assorted early 20th Century novelty crested china to include a Teignmouth crested Bathing Hut, a W.H Goss ‘Model of Beachy Head Lighthouse’ and an Arcadian model of a man sat in the stocks, various makers (9). ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

110 Ten pieces of assorted early 20th Century crested china to include a Hair-Tidy, a W.H Goss ‘Model of Maltese Fire Grate’ a Kinver crested pink, a Willow Art model of ‘The Ripon Hornblower’ and a Devon Art China model of Drake, various makers (qty). £50 - £80

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120 A late 1930s single handled mushroom glazed Lotus jug later decorated by Bizarre Girl Marjory Higginson in a version of the Monsoon pattern after Clarice Cliff, script mark and hand signed signature by Marjory Higginson, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

114 114 Ten pieces of assorted First World War related crested china to include a Savoy China H.M.S Donner Blitzen model of a British tank used at the battle of the Angre, a W.H Goss model of the Cenotaph, a Shelley China model of an armoured car and an Arcadian china model of a grenade, various makers (10). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 115 A large Royal Copenhagen model of a seal, designed by Theodor Madsen, model 265, printed mark with date code for 1938, height 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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115 116 A small 19th Century Staffordshire pot lid ‘Bear Hunting’, framed together with eight assorted late 19th to early 20th Century framed pot lids (9). £50 - £80

118 Four large framed 19th Century Staffordshire pot lids comprising The Hop Queen, HIghland Music, The Blind Fiddler and The Bully, visible diameter 20.5cm (4). £40 - £60

117 Seven assorted 19th Century Staffordshire pot lids comprising A Pair, I See You My Boy, The Chin Chew River, The Game Bag, The Ning Po River, Examining the Nets and Uncle Toby, all framed (7). £70 - £90

119 A late 1930s single handled mushroom glazed Lotus jug later decorated by Bizarre Girl Marjory Higginson in a version of the Sunray pattern after Clarice Cliff, script mark and hand signed signature by Marjory Higginson in gold, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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121 A late 1930s mushroom glazed Isis vase with twin looped handles later decorated by Bizarre Girl Marjory Higginson in a version of the Applique Palermo pattern after Clarice Cliff, script mark and hand signed signature by Marjory Higginson in gold, height 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 122 A 1930s Clarice Cliff Lynton shape tureen base with twin handles, later hand painted by Bizarre Girl Rene Dale in a version of Sunspots pattern after Clarice Cliff, Bizarre mark and black hand painted signature by Rene Dale, width 25cm. £40 - £60

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123 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery vase by Rene Dale hand painted in the Pink Roof Cottage pattern after Clarice Cliff on a Wedgwood shape 358 blank, signed and dated 2001, height 20cm. £80 - £120

127 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery vase by Rene Dale hand painted in the May Ave pattern after Clarice Cliff on a Wedgwood shape 358 blank, signed and dated 2001, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

124 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery vase by Rene Dale hand painted in the Gibraltar pattern after Clarice Cliff on a Wedgwood shape 358 blank, signed and dated 2001, height 20cm. £80 - £120

128 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery vase by Rene Dale hand painted in the Solitude pattern after Clarice Cliff on a Wedgwood shape 358 blank, signed and dated 2001, height 20cm. £80 - £120

125 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery vase by Rene Dale hand painted in the Applique Palermo pattern after Clarice Cliff on a Wedgwood shape 358 blank, signed and dated 2001, height 20cm. £50 - £80

129 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery vase by Rene Dale hand painted in the Apples pattern after Clarice Cliff on a Wedgwood shape 358 blank, signed and dated 2001, height 20cm. £80 - £120

126 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery vase by Rene Dale hand painted in the Rudyard pattern after Clarice Cliff on a Wedgwood shape 358 blank, signed and dated 2001, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

130 A contemporary Bizarre Craft tea service by Rene Dale comprising teapot, milk, sugar, six cups, saucers and plates all hand painted in the May Ave pattern after Clarice Cliff, hand painted mark. £100 - £150

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131 131 An original Clarice Cliff Biarritz tureen and cover later hand painted by Bizarre Girl Rene Dale in the May Ave pattern after Clarice Cliff, Biarritz mark and hand painted Bizarre Craft signature by Rene Dale. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 132 An original Clarice Cliff mushroom glazed flower block later hand painted by Bizarre Girl Rene Dale in a version of Applique Garden after Clarice Cliff, hand painted Bizarre Craft mark by Rene Dale, dated 2001, height 10cm. £50 - £80

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133 An original Clarice Cliff mushroom glazed flower block later hand painted by Bizarre Girl Rene Dale in a version of Carpet after Clarice Cliff, script signature and hand signature of Rene Dale with date for 2000, height 10cm. £50 - £80 134 An original Clarice Cliff mushroom glazed Lynton shape jug later hand painted by Bizarre Girl Rene Dale in a version of Blue Firs after Clarice Cliff, script signature and hand painted Bizarre Craft mark by Rene Dale, dated 2001, height 12cm, together with a matched example in a version of the Orange House pattern. (2). £80 - £120 135 An original Clarice Cliff mushroom glazed Lynton shape coffee pot and cover later hand painted by Bizarre Girl Rene Dale in a version of Red Autumn after Clarice Cliff, script signature and hand painted mark by Rene Dale, height 17cm. £40 - £60

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136 An original Clarice Cliff Conical coffee pot later hand painted by Bizarre Girl Rene Dale in a version of Summerhouse after Clarice Cliff, hand painted Bizarre Craft mark by Rene Dale, height 18cm. £60 - £80 137 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery lamp base od baluster form by Rene Dale hand painted in the May Ave pattern after Clarice Cliff, signed and dated 2000, height 24cm. £60 - £80 138 A set of six contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery coffee cans and saucers by Rene Dale hand painted in the Apples pattern after Clarice Cliff, signed and dated 2001. (6). £80 - £120 139 A contemporary Shorter and Sons pottery bowl of footed circular form hand painted by Bizarre Girl Marjory Higginson in the Gibraltar pattern after Clarice Cliff, signed to the base, together with an original Clarice Cliff posy trough hand painted by Bizarre Girl Rene Dale in the Honolulu pattern, signed and dated 2001. (2). £100 - £150

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140 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery jug by Rene Dale hand painted in the Tennis pattern after Clarice Cliff, signed by Rene Dale, together with an original Clarice Cliff sauce jug hand painted in the May Ave pattern after Clarice Cliff. (2). £50 - £80 141 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery bachelor set comprising teapot, milk, sugar, egg cup and toast rack all on a fitted tray by Rene Dale hand painted in the Green Chintz pattern after Clarice Cliff, signed by Rene Dale. £40 - £60 142 An original Clarice Cliff chamber stick later hand painted by Bizarre Girl Rene Dale in the Blue Crocus pattern after Clarice Cliff, script mark and Rene Dale monogram, together with six Bizarre Craft mugs hand painted by Bizarre Girl Marjory Higginson in Blue and Pink Crocus. (7). £100 - £150

143 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery wall plaque by Marjory Higginson hand painted in the Applique Monsoon pattern after Clarice Cliff, stamped and hand signed mark, width 35.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 144 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery wall plaque by Marjory Higginson hand painted in the Applique Lugano pattern after Clarice Cliff, stamped and hand signed mark, width 34cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 145 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery wall plaque by Marjory Higginson hand painted in the Applique Palermo pattern after Clarice Cliff, stamped and hand signed mark, width 34cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80


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155 A limited edition Wedgwood reproduction YoYo vase after Clarice Cliff decorated in the Delecia design by Elsie Nixon, boxed and together with a photograph of Elsie decorating the vase, height 23.5cm, together with Wedgwood reproduction face mask. (2). £120 - £150

146 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery wall plaque by Marjory Higginson hand painted in the House and Bridge pattern after Clarice Cliff, stamped and hand signed mark, width 34cm. £50 - £80 147 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery wall plaque by Rene Dale hand painted in the Latona Bouquet pattern after Clarice Cliff, hand signed mark, width 35.5cm. £60 - £80 148 A large contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery plate by Marjory Higginson hand painted in the Applique Caravan pattern after Clarice Cliff, stamped and hand signed mark, width 27cm. £50 - £80 149 A large contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery plate by Marjory Higginson hand painted in the Summerhouse pattern after Clarice Cliff, stamped and hand signed mark, width 27cm. £50 - £80 150 A large contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery plate by Marjory Higginson hand painted in the Sunray pattern after Clarice Cliff, stamped and hand signed mark, width 27cm. £50 - £80

156 A Clarice Cliff for A.J. Wilkinson, a flower bowl centre block modelled as a pagoda above a rocky base, with walkways, bridges, and waterfalls in enamel colours, circa 1924/25, height 17cm. £40 - £60 157 151 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery wall plaque by Marjory Higginson hand painted in the Mountain pattern after Clarice Cliff, stamped and hand signed mark, width 28cm. £50 - £80

153 A pair of contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery dish by Marjory Higginson hand painted in the Applique Caravan pattern after Clarice Cliff, stamped and hand signed mark, width 17cm. £50 - £80

152 A contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery wall plaque by Marjory Higginson hand painted in the Football pattern after Clarice Cliff, stamped and hand signed mark, width 28cm. £100 - £150

154 A Clarice Cliff Leda shape plate circa 1935 hand painted in the Blossom No 1 pattern after designs by Marjory Higginson, black script mark and later signed by Marjory Higginson, together with a contemporary Bizarre Craft pottery wall plaque in a Blossom variant. (2). £100 - £150

157 A Moorcroft vase of compressed form decorated in the Pomegranate pattern with a band of whole and open fruits and berries against a tonal blue ground, impressed mark, signed W. Moorcroft in green, height 11cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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162 Three pieces of Powder Blue Moorcroft comprising a vase, a hot water pot and a tall milk jug, all decorated in a speckled blue glaze, impressed marks, tallest 19cm together with a Bretby shape 843C vase decorated in a mottled blue and ochre, height 16cm (4). £50 - £80 163 An early 20th Century Moorcroft vase of globe and shaft form decorated in an all over pale lavender lustre glaze, impressed marks, height 17.5cm. £40 - £60

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164 A miniature Moorcroft vase of footed spherical form decorated in the Magnolia pattern with pink flowers against a blue ground, printed mark, height 4.5cm. £80 - £120 165 A small Moorcroft vase of compressed form decorated in the Anemone pattern with two tubelined flowers against a blue ground, impressed mark obscured by ‘Potters to the Late Queen Mary’ paper label, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

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158 A boxed Moorcroft Pottery ginger jar and cover decorated in the Miss Alice pattern designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

160 A boxed Moorcroft Pottery vase of baluster form decorated in the Red Tulip pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, impressed and painted marks, height 20cm. £180 - £220

159 A boxed Moorcroft Pottery ginger jar and cover decorated the Reeds at Sunset pattern designed by Philip Richardson, printed and impressed marks, height 16cm. £150 - £200

161 A boxed Moorcroft Pottery vase and cover decorated in the Staffordshire Gold pattern designed by Alicia Amison, painted marks, painted to the base Trial 4.11.10, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £180 - £220

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166 A small Moorcroft vase of compressed form decorated in the Columbine pattern with two tubelined flowers against a green ground, impressed mark obscured by ‘Potters to the Late Queen Mary’ paper label, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 167 A Moorcroft Pottery Collectors Club vase decorated in the Rudbeckia pattern designed by Rachel Bishop, printed and painted marks, height 21.5cm. £80 - £120 168 A Moorcroft Pottery Collectors Club vase decorated in the Daisy pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, printed and painted marks, height 21.5cm. £80 - £120


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169 A Moorcroft Pottery plate decorated in the Lamia pattern designed by Rachel Bishop, impressed and painted marks, marked as a second, diameter 26cm. £60 - £80

176 A Walter Moorcroft Coral Hibiscus pattern vase of tapering ovoid form decorated with pink tubelined flowers against a green ground, paper label obscuring marks, height 10cm. £40 - £60

170 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of slender waisted form decorated in the Cluny pattern designed by Rachel Bishop, impressed and painted marks, height 13cm. £40 - £60

177 A Walter Moorcroft Hibiscus pattern squat ovoid vase decorated with crimson flower heads against a cobalt blue ground, paper label obscuring marks, height 7cm. £50 - £80

171 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of shouldered ovoid form decorated in the Cluny pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, impressed and painted marks, marked as a second, height 10cm. £50 - £80

178 A Moorcroft baluster vase decorated in the Hibiscus pattern with a crimson and a yellow and amethyst flower heads against a green ground, impressed marks, height 13cm. £50 - £80

172 A Moorcroft Pottery powder bowl and cover decorated in the Buttercup pattern designed by Sally Tuffin with tubelined flowers against a cobalt blue ground, impressed and painted marks, together with a matching coaster (2). £60 - £80

179 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of compressed form decorated in the Anemone Tribute designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, dated 2002, height 12cm. £100 - £150

173 A Moorcroft Pottery jug decorated in the Rose pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, impressed and painted marks alongside Moorcroft Collectors Club printed roundel, height 15cm. £80 - £120 174 A Moorcroft Pottery Red Tulips pattern shallow dish designed by Sally Tuffin decorated with a spray of tubelined flowers against a tonal red ground, impressed marks, marked as a second, diameter 27cm. £80 - £120 175 A Moorcroft Pottery 1995 cabinet plate decorated with a tubelined squirrel perched on a branch against an ivory white ground, impressed and painted marks, signed J.Moorcroft and dated 4.11.95 in gold, diameter 22cm. £60 - £80

180 A Moorcroft Pottery candlestick decorated in the Finches pattern designed by Sally Tuffin with tubelined birds perched on fruiting branches against an ochre ground, painted mark, marked as a second, height 21cm. £30 - £50 181 Three Moorcroft Pottery pin dish coasters comprising one in the Strawberry Thief pattern designed by Rachel Bishop, one in the Reeds at Sunset pattern (both marked as seconds) and one in the Toadstool Fairy Rings pattern, the later both designed by Philip Richardson together with a rectangular pen tray decorated in the Anemone pattern (4). £50 - £80 182 Three pieces of Moorcroft comprising a small ginger jar and cover decorated in the Butterfly pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, height 11cm, a small Anemone pattern vase of globe and shaft form, height 11cm and a Hibiscus pattern vase with two tubelined flowers, all with impressed marks (3). £60 - £80

183 Two small Moorcroft Pottery vases, the first decorated in the New Forest pattern designed by Rachel Bishop, height 11cm, the second in the Peacock Feather pattern, made for Liberty and Co, designed by Sally Tuffin, height 10cm, both with impressed marks (2). £60 - £80 184 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of inverted baluster form decorated in the Lamia pattern designed by Rachel Bishop, impressed marks, marked as a second, height 21cm. £30 - £50 185 Three Moorcroft lustre glaze vases comprising a mallet vase glazed in an all over mottled purple, height 14cm, a small bulbous vase decorated in yellow, height 9cm and a vase of shouldered form, previously decorated with a green lustre, height 19cm, all with impressed marks (3). £40 - £60 186 An early 20th Century William Moorcroft for James Macintyre and Co twin handled sugar bowl decorated in the 18th Century pattern with garlands of roses and forget-me-nots, printed mark, diameter 18cm. £100 - £150 187 A Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Finches on Lemons pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, printed and painted marks, height 26cm. £80 - £120 188 A large Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Bermuda Lily pattern with large yellow flowers against the white ground, impressed marks, height 37cm. £80 - £120 189 A Moorcroft biscuit barrel with a silver plated cover, the body decorated in an all over orange lustre, impressed marks. height 18cm. £40 - £60

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194 A Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Fairy Ring pattern designed by Phillip Richardson decorated with tubelined toadstools against a blue green wash ground, impressed and printed marks, height 18cm. £80 - £120 195 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of compressed form decorated in the Brambles pattern designed by Sally Tuffin, impressed and printed marks, height 11.5cm. £50 - £80 196 A Moorcroft domed ginger jar cover decorated in the Pomegranate pattern with a single tubelined open fruit and berries against a mottled ground, diameter 10.3cm together with a shallow footed bowl decorated in the celadon leaf and berry pattern against a green wash ground, impressed mark and initialled in blue, diameter 11.5cm (2). £60 - £80

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190 A Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Foxglove pattern, designed by Rachel Bishop, impressed and painted marks, height 18cm. £50 - £80 191 A Moorcroft Pottery wall plate decorated in the Swan pattern with two tubelined swans and two cygnets, to a design by Sally Tuffin, printed and impressed marks, numbered 100 from an edition of 300, diameter 26cm. £40 - £60

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192 A Moorcroft wall plate decorated to the centre with a painted outline of fruit and crocus in green against a pale green ground, impressed signature mark, diameter 23.5cm. £40 - £60 193 A Moorcroft Pottery Year plate for 1994 decorated with a tubelined peacock displaying its feathers, the design by Rachel Bishop, impressed and printed marks, numbered 498 from an edition of 500, diameter 22cm. £40 - £60

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197 A small Moorcroft vase of mallet form decorated in the Pomegranate pattern with fruit and berries against a blue ground, impressed mark, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 198 A Moorcroft Pottery Collectors Club vase modelled as a Christmas post box and tubelined Mon 1st Dec 2008, designed by Julie Ann Bowen, printed and painted marks, height 14cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80


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199 A contemporary glass Vortex marble by Kevin O’Grady of spherical form, internally decorated with spiralling orange trails, dated 2007, signature cane, diameter 7cm. £30 - £50 200 A 1930s Moser glass vase of stepped faceted form, decorated with large facets below a border of printie panels and scalloped rim all to a cinnamon brown ground, acid marked, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £60 201 A 1930s Elizabeth GraydonStannus Graystan glass vase, the swept foot rising to a waisted stem and tall fluted bowl in graduated green, decorated with applied green trim and bladed knop, engraved signature, height 36cm. £50 - £80 202 A later 20th Century Peter Layton black and white Kimono vase, of compressed tapering form with flared rim decorated with mottled black and opal columns, height 11.5cm, together with another Yellow Kimono example of drawn compressed form with mottled yellow decoration, engraved signatures, height 14cm. (2). £80 - £120 203 A large 20th Century table centre bowl of circular form with everted rim decorated with a mottled and swirled pink and white ground, raised to a clear crystal knop and circular spread foot, height 27cm. £50 - £80

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204 A large French 1930s Leune clear crystal glass bowl of wide shallow form enamelled with fruits between a deep blue ground, enamel signature, diameter 25cm. £40 - £60

208 A collection of Antique Glass reference books to include Italian Blwon Glass, 5000 Years of Glassmaking and Glassmaking in England by H.J.Powell. (8). £100 - £150

205 A 1930s Verlys glass bowl of shallow form, decorated with relief moulded Chinese Golden Pheasants in an opalescent finish, moulded mark, diameter 35cm. £120 - £150

209 A contemporary Jonathan Harris studio glass Unique Silver Cameo pedestal bowl, the clear crystal foot with knopped stem rising to an amethyst bowl cased in silver leaf and cut with a band of flowers, dated 2000, engraved signature, height 16cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

206 An Okra glass vase of slender sleeve form with gold and ruby iridescence, engraved signature and date for 1985, together with similar period shouldered ovoid example with whiplash decoration over a gold ground, tallest 15.5cm. (2). £80 - £120 207 A copy of Old English Drinking Glasses - Their Chronology and Sequence by Grant R. Francis, together with a copy of Old English Glasses - An Account of Glass Drinking Vessels in England by Albert Hartshorne. (2). £100 - £150

210 A 1930s French glass vase in the manner of Legras, of shouldered ovoid form with relief moulded chevron band between an acid textured ground, unmarked, height 19cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 211 A large post war glass bowl of flared form, decorated with enamelled stylised sun head motifs to a clear crystal ground, all in the manner of Fornasetti diameter 22cm. £60 - £80

210 212 A post war Kaj Franck for Nuutarjarvi Notsjo glass Sargasso vase, of footed sleeve form with folded rim, with internal air bubble to a deep green, original label, engraved signature, height 11cm. £50 - £80 213 A post war Bjorn Weckstrom for Nutarjarvi Notsjo glass Kanerva glass vase, of sleeve from with swollen neck, decorated with cinnamon air bubbles to the base, original label, engraved signature, height 13cm. £50 - £80 214 A 19th Century Bohemian glass tankard cased in blue over clear crystal and flash cut with printie panels below a thumb lift lid with pewter mounts, height 15.5cm. £40 - £60 215 A pair of glass vases In the manner of Loetz, of shouldered form below a short flared collar neck decorated with a Crete Papillon style iridescence over the pale turquoise interior, unmarked, height 10cm. (2). £60 - £80

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223 A large contemporary studio glass vase of trumpet form on ball knop and splayed foot, cased in iridescent blue to the base with matched interior to the vase, acid cut to the exterior with random triangles, unmarked, height 45cm. £50 - £80 224 A Bjorn Wiinblad for Rosenthal post war Studio-Line crystal glass vase of rectangular sleeve form engraved with a stylised female figure surrounded by birds over a textured effect ground, engraved signature to the body, acid mark to the base, height 20cm. £80 - £120 217 216 A 1930s Monart style glass bowl of shallow roll rim form decorated with internal pale blue mottling and air bubbles, diameter 12cm, together with a similar style example in graduated blue to green, diameter 11.5cm. (2). £60 - £80

219 A later 20th Century Sam Herman studio glass vase of squared ovoid form, decorated with mottled ochre and cinnamon over a pale pink ground cased in clear crystal, dated 1981, engraved signature, height 11cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

217 A large late 19th Century Stuart and Sons ruby glass bowl of circular form with a tri-form rim heavily decorated in clear crystal with flowers and foliage below a crimped rim, raised to three scroll feet, height 18cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

220 A later 20th Century Royal Commemorative Wine Bottle made for the Silver Wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip in the 18th Century style of shouldered ovoid form with collar neck with upper annulated ring and applied commemorative seal, height 18cm, complete with original certificate, numbered 108 of 300. £40 - £60

218 A large Mdina attenuated bottle vase with tall drawn neck and flat collar rim with internal tonal brown and purple swirl, engraved signature, height 37cm. £30 - £50

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225 A post war Afors clear crystal glass vase of footed ovoid form cut and polished with vertical panels of stylised honesty flowers, height 12.5cm, engraved signature. £30 - £50 226 A mid 20th Century Skruf moulded glass figure of a stylised comic lion in standing pose, retains part original label, height 14.5cm. £30 - £50

221 221 An early 19th Century patch stand circa 1710 with a shallow circular dish above a moulded foursided pedestal stem with internal tear, mounted to a conical folded foot, height 7cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 222 Two vintage Guerlain clear glass shop factice perfume bottles, each of cylindrical form with the moulded bee motif framing a vacant cartouche, marked Guerlain Bottle, Made in France to the bases, height 20cm. £40 - £60

227 A large mid 20th Century Italian Murano glass bowl of shallow circular form decorated to the exterior with a fine battuto finish over the cinnamon ground, unmarked, width 36cm. £60 - £80 228 A part suite of Gulla Skruf drinking glasses comprising six wine, six port and six liqueur all in deep blue with tapered stem and circular spread foot, some retain original labels. (18). £60 - £80


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240 A 1930s Royal Brierley clear cut crystal biscuit barrel of cylindrical form with domed cover cut and polished with vertical concave cuts, acid mark, height 17.5cm. £40 - £60 241 A trio of early 20th Century Whitefriars to include a Sapphire blue pedestal vase, cinnamon tinted shallow bowl and small fluted vase, tallest 22cm. £40 - £60 237

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229 A large later 20th Century Nuutajarvi glass plate with shallow circular well, internally decorated with a fine white spiral line, retains original label, width 39.5cm. £60 - £80

232 A 20th Century Humppila glass bowl designed by Pertti Santalahti relief moulded as twi stylised doves in clear crystal to deep amber, unmarked, width 22cm. £30 - £50

230 A large contemporary Kosta Boda glass Tulipa plate designed by Ulrica Hydman-Vallien, hand painted with a stylised tulip within dot border, width 33cm, together with a matched swollen sleeve vase with hand painted tulip over white ground and a small bowl with a hand painted snake and fruit. (3). £120 - £150

233 A 1930s Thomas Webb and Sons optic wave vase of swollen ovoid form with everted rim in a pale green tint, together with a pair of matched pattern footed conical vases. (3). £30 - £50

231 A large later 20th Century French glass table lamp of slender, compressed baluster form with internal tear to the apple green ground, acid marked France to the base, height 47cm. £40 - £60

234 A large contemporary studio glass bowl of slumped square section cased in blue over clear and cut with an abstract block and line design, indistinct signature to the base, width 32cm. £60 - £80 235 A mid 20th Century Kosta Boda glass vase of cylindrical form with tonal blue swirled and mottled colour, partial signature to the base, height 19.5cm. £60 - £80

236 A late 19th Century Thomas Webb and Sons table centre epergne with a large ruby bowl decorated with applied clear crystal lizards above a rustic form stem mounted to a circular mirror base, height 26cm, lacks three lower radial leaf arms. £100 - £150

242 A pair of later 20th Century novelty champagne glasses with multicoloured figural stems over a clear crystal bowl, height 27.5cm. (2). £30 - £50

237 A late 19th Century Stuart and Sons table centre epergne with a footed wave rim bowl having a central fluted posy trumpet with flat rim all in a sea green, height 34cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 238 A large early 20th Century Italian Murano glass bowl of fluted circular form with a folded rim, mounted to a fluted knop and radial foot all in a pale sea green, width 32cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 239 A 1930s Stuart and Sons clear crystal glass drinks set comprising a swollen ovoid decanter and six stemmed glasses all cut in the Ellesmere pattern with stylised scrolling ferns, acid mark. (7). £120 - £150

243 243 A large American Brilliant Period cut crystal glass vase if sleeve form with a scalloped rim, heavily cut with hobnail stars, panels of diamonds and mitre cuts, height 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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244 A opair of late 19th Century Stourbridge girondale wall mirrors of oval section mounted with a clear crystal posy vase with applied threading and rigger work. (2). £100 - £150 245 A large late 19th Century girondale wall mirror of arched section with printie cut border, mounted with a central clear crystal posy vase with ruby threading, flanked by twin scroll branch candle holders with matched ruby threading. £150 - £200 246 A small late 19th Century Micromosaic picture frame, decorated with the border with small diasy and leaves over a white ground, together with three similar smaller examples. (4). £60 - £80 247 A late 19th Century Continental scent bottle of spherical form with collar neck and everted rim with ball stopper, cut and gilded with foliate sprays and swags over a ruby ground, height 14cm. £40 - £60

249 248 A large 19th Century table drinks suite comprising shoulder decanter, 12 large water or wine glasses, 12 wine glasses, 11 port glasses, 12 Sherry glasses, 12 liqueur glasses and six further spirit glasses all of conical form with a diamond and swag motif. £200 - £300

250 249 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass miniature tea caddy in the Aesthetic taste of tapered rectangular form with swept cover and integral handle all raised on four swept feet, decorated with relief moulded scrolling patterns, diamond registration mark for 10th March 1879, height 9cm. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 250 A late 19th Century pressed glass Cleopatra’s Needle possibly by Henry Greener, the square tapered form raised on a circular base with relief moulded hieroglyphs to a white ground, unmarked, height 21.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £30 - £50

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251 A pair of Sowerby pressed glass troughs each of elliptical form with a lake scene with bulrush and lily pads between a relief moulded swan to each end, moulded mark, length 13cm, together with a small collection of Sowerby and Davidson pressed glass, widest 26cm. (6). ILLUSTRATED. £30 - £50

252 A late 19th Century Henry Greener pressed glass commemorative plate, the border reading ‘PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES, SILVER WEDDING’ surrounding a central fleur de lys all to a pale green ground, two moulded registration marks, boxed, diameter, 25.5cm. N.B. According to Pressed Glass Commemorative compiled by Vivien Walker and Susan Bliss there were only twelve of these plates, which were commissioned by the Emperor of China. £60 - £80 253 A pair of late 19th Century Molineaux, Webb and Co pressed glass figures each in the form of an Egyptian Sphinx in matte black, circa 1875, the rectangular pleated base rising to the recumbent Sphinx in the Giza manner wearing a nemes headdress, diamond registration mark for 26th July 1875, length 21cm, one A/F (2). ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500


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262 A pair of late 19th Century pressed glass obelisks of stepped form with relief moulded fluted decoration to a purple malachite ground, together with another example in blue malachite, height 20cm. (3). ILLUSTRATED. £30 - £50

261 (part) 254 A late 19th Century Burtles, Tate and Co pressed glass posy vase in the form of a swan in rose opalescence, moulded registration mark, height 8cm, together with a group similar examples comprising two in a straw opalescence and one flint example, together with a similar style example in green, tallest 10cm. £40 - £60 255 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass square vase decorated in relief with witches and the nursery rhyme character Cross Patch, height 8.5cm, together with another example in turquoise depicting Jack and Jill, moulded mark, height 9cm. (2). £30 - £50 256 A late 19th Century Sowerby Aesthetic green pressed glass vase of sleeve form with relief moulded swans and bulrush, together with another example in purple malachite with a diamond registration and factory mark, height 10cm. (2). £50 - £80

262 257 A group of late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass posy troughs each with a Walter Crane design depicting Oranges and Lemons, comprising a pair in purple malachite and a pair in flint, moulded marks, width 11cm. (4). £30 - £50 258 A late 19th Century Sowerby Queens Ivory pressed glass twin posy trough with two curved sections between twin handles, decorated with figural panels, together another example depicting Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsy and Bess to a black ground, moulded marks, widest 16cm. (2). £40 - £60 259 A group of late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass vases in the form of loop handled baskets with weave design together with a leaf pattern vase and a castellated rim vase tallest 11.5cm,(8). £50 - £80

260 A late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass vase of triangular form on pillared legs in purple malachite, together with a similar example of diamond sleeve form in green malachite, a small cauldron in blue malachite, tyg in amethyst malachite and a basket in green malachite. (5). £30 - £50 261 A late 19th Century Davidson pressed glass vase in the form of a bugle atop a circular base in purple malachite, height 14cm, together with a late 19th Century Davidson blue malachite pressed celery vase with relief moulded scrolls and geometric border, together with another example with floral swag decoration in purple malachite and a pair of cornucopia forms in purple malachite, tallest 18.5cm. (5). ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

263 A late 19th Century Davidson black pressed glass celery vase with relief moulded scrolls and geometric border, together with a pair raised on lion form feet and a pair in turquoise with relief moulded swag decoration, tallest 19.5cm. (5). £40 - £60 264 A pair of late 19th Century Sowerby glass posy vases, each with wrythen moulded decoration to a black ground, together with a similar smaller example and a vase of square form with relief moulded bees on a matte black ground, moulded marks, tallest 9cm. (4). £30 - £50 265 A late 19th Century Burtles, Tate and Co opalescent pressed glass posy vase in the form of a swan, together with another smaller example in a straw opalescence, and a Joseph Webb example in a frosted flint finish, tallest 12.5cm.(3). £30 - £50

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266 A pair of late 19th Century John Derbyshire pressed glass paperweights, each in the form of a recumbent dog on an oval pleated base to a flint ground, together with a pair of smaller example with recumbent lions, and a late 19th Century John Derbyshire frosted flint pressed glass paperweight, in the form of a recumbent lion raised on an oval fluted base, moulded marks, length 18.5cm. (5). £60 - £90 267 A pair of late 19th Century Davidson purple malachite pressed glass candlesticks, each with three stylised fish supports below a faceted column, height 17.5cm, together with a pair of late 19th Century Sowerby purple malachite pressed glass bellows, each with a relief moulded scene of Little Jack Horner, height 13cm. (4). £40 - £60 268 A group of late 19th Century Sowerby pressed glass comprising a strawberry set with floral decoration, the cream jug with enamelled detailing, a matched set in Queens Ivory, two similar Queens Ivory cream jugs and a flared twin handled sugar bowl with relief moulded decoration, moulded marks, tallest 7.5cm. £30 - £50 269 An early 20th Century Kralik glass vase with wide circular foot rising to a slender stem and wide wave rim with pierced handles, decorated with a pink iridescence over the opal ground, height 18cm. £50 - £80

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270 A harlequin set of later 20th Century crystal hock glasses of varying design with colour cased and flash cut bowls, average height 18.5cm. (6). £150 - £200 271 A pair of late 19th Century golden amber glass tumblers with diamond and fan cut motif, together with a group of 19th Century and later golden amber drinking glasses with various cut decoration. (6). £50 - £80 272 A set of ten late 19th Century Uranium green wine glasses with a slice cut bowl above a slice cut inverted baluster form stem and circular spread foot, height 13cm. (10). £50 - £80 273 An early 20th Century Uranium yellow crystal glass vase of footed bell for with everted rim engraved decorated with a floral garland above a cut and polished body, height 23cm. £50 - £80 274 A set of four early 20th Century Continental Roemer style drinking glasses with Uranium green ovoid bowls engraved with fruiting vines above a clear crystal ribbed stem and spayed foot with applied prunts, height 14cm, together with four similar examples. (8). £40 - £60 275 A pair of late 19th Century pressed glass candlesticks with a stepped domed base with foliate motifs below a column decorated with relief moulded rams heads below a flared sconce, all in a deep Uranium green, unmarked, height 25cm. (2). £60 - £80

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276 A set of five late 19th Century wine glasses with an ovoid bowl engraved with a floral garland over strawberry diamond ground to the Uranium green ground, raised to a hollow blown and facet cut inverted baluster form stem with radial tar cut foot, height 13cm. (5). £40 - £60 277 A collection of 19th Century and later pressed glass celery vases with foliate and geometric decoration in Uranium yellow, green and golden amber. (8). £30 - £50 278 A 1930s Thomas Webb and Sons Bulls Eye pattern decanter of conical form with hollow blown stopper in a golden amber, together with a matched footed conical vase and a similar footed bell form vase, tallest 32cm. (3). £50 - £80 279 A 19th Century bottle form decanter with slice cut body, ringed neck and spire form stopper in a dark golden amber, height 36cm. £40 - £60 280 A 1930s Stourbridge crystal glass decanter of rounded square section with collar neck and radially cut mushroom form stopper, cut and polished with a fruiting vine over the dark golden amber ground, height 23cm, together with a matched Grotesque type vase. (2). £50 - £80

281 A part suite of early 20th Century drinking glasses to comprise three wine, three champagne and five port all of conical form with fruiting vine above a slice cut body, raised to a bladed knop stem and circular spread foot. (11). £50 - £80 282 A 1930s Thomas Webb and Sons vase of footed conical form with dimple moulded decorated to the Uranium yellow ground, height 25cm, together with a smaller example in Bulls Eye and a further example in optic wave, acid marks. (3). £40 - £60 283 A 1930s Thomas Webb and Sons vase of footed bell form with an optic wave design to the Uranium yellow ground, together with a matched flared example and further footed swollen ovoid example. (3). £40 - £60 284 A post war Swedish glass vase by Reijmyre of barrel form with an abstract relief moulded design to the Uranium green ground, retains original foil label, height 15cm. £40 - £60 285 An early 20th Century composed decanter set in the manner of John Walsh Walsh comprising a baluster form decanter decorated with a fruiting vine between hollow diamond borders, together with six small liqueur glasses, together with matched decoration stem ware and a baluster form jug, all in a deep golden amber. (12). £50 - £80


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291 (part) 286 A late 19th Century pressed glass decanter of bottle form with Gothic style decoration to the Uranium green ground, height 31cm, together with five assorted green wines with fruiting vine engraved decoration. (6). £40 - £60 287 A collection of early 20th Century tableware to comprise two decanters, water jug, water glasses, pedestal bowls and stem ware all decorated with fruiting vine over a golden amber ground. (qty). £60 - £80

295 (part) 290 A 20th Century Royal Tudor clear crystal glass vase of swollen sleeve form engraved with floral garlands by Jack Lloyd above a cut and polished mitre cut ground, height 22cm. £40 - £60 291 A set of six 1930s Daum Art Deco drinking glasses with a cear crystal ovoid bowl above a flred column acid cut with an abstract scroll motif picked out in cinnamon stain, engraved signature, height 10cm. (6). ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

292 A 1930s Rene Lalique tumbler glass in the Hesperides design, pattern number 3178 of sleeve form with spiralling stylised leaves with frosted finished to the amber tinted ground, acid mark, height 12.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £230 293 A later 20th Century Poschinger glass vase of flared trumpet form, the iridescent body with an applied purple whiplash design, retains red foil Freiherr v Poschinger foil label and a Klingel’s Glasladen label, height 20cm. £40 - £60 294 A large 1930s Stevens and Williams Alabaster Ware bowl of shallow circular form in a jade green colour, unmarked, width 30.5cm, together with a group of similar period tea cups and saucers with applied white loop handles. £60 - £80

288 A set of six late 19th Century drinking glasses with an ovoid bowl engraved with a fern garland above a slender stem and circular spread foot, all in a pale Uranium green, height 12cm. (6). £40 - £60 289 A set of eleven early 20th Century drinking glasses with a fluted ovoid bowl cut and polished with a fine strawberry diamond band above a slender stem and circular spread foot, all in a pale Uranium green, height 11.5cm. (11). £50 - £80

295 A set of six early 20th Century French clear crystal glass tumblers in the 18th Century taste of slice cut form each gilded with pastoral scenes and large rococo scrolls, height 8cm. (6). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

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299 A later 20th Century Adam Aaronson studio glass vase of hexagonal form cased in clear crystal over a cinnamon interior with white random whiplash lines, unsigned, height 15cm. £50 - £80

296 296 An early 20th Century Loetz vase of tapered sleeve form with a triform rim, decorated in a Crete Papillon, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

298 297 A circa 1920s Francois-Emile Decorchement Pate-de-Cristal bowl with a circular foot rising to a ribbed circular bowl with arched twin handles relief moulded with a pair of budgerigars all to a marbled tonal amber to deep orange ground, impressed mark to the body, width 20.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1000 - £1500

298 A Rene Lalique coupe bowl in the Poissons No 1 pattern, No 3211, relief moulded with spiralled fish picked out in a graduated opalescence, acid mark, width 24cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

300 A mid 20th Century Italian Murano glass vase of slender baluster form with collar neck and everted rim decorated with two applied handles over the graduated opalescent to amber ground, height 27cm, together with a small Seguso glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with applied black and gold aventurine handles and lion mask prunts. (2). £60 - £80 301 A contemporary studio glass bowl by Justine Culina of shallow circular form, decorated with fuzed ruby and gold abstract fragments over a clear crystal glass ground, engraved signature and seal mark, width 18cm. £40 - £60 302 A contemporary studio glass figure of a hedgehog cased in clear crystal over tan with an applied opal glass face, unmarked. £30 - £50

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303-401 Paintings and Prints

305 303 ROBERT BUCHAN NISBET, RSA, RBA, RI (1857-1942) - Fishing boats in harbour, watercolour, signed, unframed, 22cm x 28.5cm. £60 - £90 304 W. BATES (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - An old country cottage, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 26cm x 41cm. £50 - £80 305 MANNER OF RICHARD COSWAY (1742-1821) - Young Bacchus, oil on board, framed, 26cm x 21cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 306 ALBERT LAWRENCE HAMMONDS, RBSA (1930-1994) - New Street Remembered - A view of Birmingham New Street Station in the 1930s, oil on canvas, signed, bears artist’s label verso, framed, 71cm x 89cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 307 ALBERT WAINWRIGHT (18981943) - Seated female nude in green, ink and wash drawing, unframed, unsigned, 22cm x 17cm also five other ink figure studies by the same hand (6). £200 - £300

306 308 EDWARD ARDIZONNE for Guinness - The Fattest Woman in the World, lithograph, signed in the stone, published by The Curwen Press, 1956, framed, 53cm x 79cm. £100 - £150 309 EDWARD LA DELL for Guinness ‘Newmarket’, lithograph, signed in the stone, published by The Curwen Press, 1956, framed, 53cm x 79cm. £100 - £150 310 BARAGWANATH KING (1864-1939) - Porthleven Sands from Trevose Head, Cornwall, gouache, signed, bears ‘Tony Sanders Gallery, Penzance’ label verso, framed, 63cm x 95cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

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310 311 GEORGE TURLAND GOOSEY (1877-1947) - Cornish cliffs, oil on board, signed, framed, 51cm x 61cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 312 PERCY HIPKISS, RBSA (19121995) - Storm Clouds, oil on board, signed, titled on label verso, framed, 28cm x 38cm. £100 - £150 313 FOLLOWER OF EDWIN HARRIS (1855-1906) - The old fisherman, oil on canvas, framed, 50cm x 39cm. £80 - £120

314 JOHN WALLACE TUCKER (18081869) - Brampton Speak church on the River Exe, oil on board, signed, inscribed and dated 1858 verso, framed, 25cm x 36cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 315 AFTER RICHARD WESTALL The Young Fortune Teller, hand coloured stipple engraving, framed, 23cm x 28cm, also the companion ‘The Shelter’d Lamb’ - a pair (2). £60 - £80 316 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY) - A figure sitting on a riverbank in a wooded landscape, oil on canvas, signed with initials ‘TS’, framed, 21cm x 40cm also the companion - a pair (2). £70 - £100

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317 INDONESIAN SCHOOL (MID 20TH CENTURY) - Figures on a busy street, gouache on card, signed indistinctly and dated 6/50, framed, 29cm x 38cm. £80 - £120 318 FOLLOWER OF WILLIAM POWELL FRITH (1819-1909) - The Flower Seller, oil on canvas, bears indistinct signature, framed, 46cm x 36cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 319 ELLEN PARTRIDGE (1844-1894) Scene in Westmoreland, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1875, titled verso, framed, 30cm x 50cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 320 3 WILLIAM HEATON COOPER (1903-1995) - Morning on Crummock Shore, watercolour, signed, framed, 37cm x 56cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600

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318 321 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - The Young Mother, Normandy, oil on canvas, inscribed on overlap and signed indistinctly Stone, framed, 53cm x 42cm. £200 - £300 322 OLIVER CLARE (1852-1927) - A still life with cabbage leaf, gooseberries and a peach, oil on board, signed, framed, 23cm x 31cm also the companion, grapes and an apple on a mossy bank - a pair (2). ILLUSTRATED. £700 - £900

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323 ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD BIRD, RA (1772-1819) - An enthralling tale - figures in a cottage interior, oil on canvas, framed, 46cm x 59cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 324 E. COLEMAN, (MID 19TH CENTURY) - Nature’s Bounty game and fruit on a stone ledge, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1861, framed, 35cm x 45cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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325 WILLIAM EDWARD WIGLEY (1880-1943) - Cattle watering at a stream, watercolour, framed, 53cm x 34.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 326 WILLIAM EDWARD WIGLEY (1880-1943) - Willow trees on the banks of a stream, watercolour, framed, 34cm x 51cm also the companion - a pair (2). £200 - £300

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327 AFTER HENRI CASSIERS (18581944) - Dutch milkmaids, chromolithograph, 29cm x 19.5cm also three companions (4). £50 - £70

328 GARSTIN COX (1892-1933) Moonrise on the Fal River, oil on canvas, signed, signed, inscribed and painted verso, framed, 71cm x 92cm. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £800

329 CIRCLE OF SAMUEL BOUGH, RSA (1822-1878) - A view of Berwick on Tweed, oil on canvas, framed, 101cm x 151cm. ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 330 3 MONTAGUE DAWSON (18901973) - The Smoke of Battle, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Venture Prints, 1972, framed, also two other limited edition prints by different hands (3). £60 - £90

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331 SNOW GIBBS (1882-1972) - Cockney Girl, charcoal drawing on grey paper, signed, framed, 30.5cm x 23cm also another titled ‘Street Urchin’ by the same hand (2). £100 - £150 332 EDWARD PAYNE, RBSA (1906-1991) - Portrait of Miss De Rosier sitting on an armchair, sanguine chalk drawing, signed and dated 1927, framed, 29cm x 24cm. £80 - £120 333 3 CHARLES MARCH GERE, RA (1869-1957) - The Stone Breaker, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1935, framed, 39.5cm x 49.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 334 3 CHARLES MARCH GERE, RA (1869-1957) - The Rainbow, watercolour, signed, framed, 11cm x 21cm and a pastel drawing by the same hand (2). £70 - £100 335 E.HAND (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) - Figures outside a tavern, watercolour, signed with initials, framed, 29cm x 45cm. £70 - £100 336 3 BERNARD SLEIGH, RBSA (1872-1954) - Rooftops, St.Ives, pastel drawing, framed, 20cm x 24cm. £80 - £120

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337 M. HOWEY (20TH CENTURY BRITISH) - Annihilation, of suffragette interest, a black ink illustration heightened in Chinese white depicting a donkey or ass running from a tree, with the initials A.S.S to its back, having disturbed a wasps nest initialled W.S.P.U hanging from a tree entitled Women’s Rights, with the written verse below ‘The members of the Women’s Social & Political Union are popularily (sic) known as ‘The Wasps’. Their opponents of the Anti-Suffrage Society are unfortunate in their initials’, signed, 22.5cm x 28.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £90

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338 FOLLOWER OF CHRISTIAN WILHELM ERNST DIETRICH (1712-1774) - Portrait of an elderly gentleman wearing a turban, oil on panel, framed, 25cm x 21.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 339 3 LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY, RBA, RA (1887-1976) - Landscape with Farm Buildings, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, published by Venture Prints Ltd., Bristol, 1974, bears Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp, framed, 40cm x 50cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1200 - £1500 340 3 LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY, RBA, RA (1887-1976) - View of a Town, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, bears Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp, framed, 43cm x 55cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000 341 3 LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY, RBA, RA (1887-1976) - The Fever Van, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, bears Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp, framed, 41.5cm x 53cm. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000

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343 FOLLOWER OF JACOPI AMIGONI (1682-1752) - The Annunciation, oil on canvas, framed, 126cm x 100cm. ILLUSTRATED. £4000 - £5000

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344 W INSULL, DUDLEY (PUBLISHER) - Interior View of the Court Yard Dudley Castle, lithograph, published c.1860, framed, 23cm x 35cm also the companion, Dudley Castle taken from Kates Hill. (2). £80 - £120 345 FREDERICK JOHN WIDGERY (1861-1942) Lynton, Devon, gouache, signed, framed, 25cm x 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80 345

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346 ELEANOR BROWN (FL. 1853-1876) - Children Playing on a Sunlit Track, oil on canvas, signed, circular, 32cm diameter. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

347 ALFRED DE BREANSKI, SENIOR (1852-1928) - Luss - Loch Lomond, oil on canvas, signed also signed and inscribed verso, framed, 62cm x 92cm. ILLUSTRATED. £4000 - £6000

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351 348 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY) - A Wooded Landscape with Pond, watercolour heightened with white, signed with monogram ‘SW’, framed, 12cm x 16cm also the companion - a pair (2). £50 - £80 349 J. STONE (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - The Young Mother, oil on canvas, inscribed indistinctly verso, framed, 52cm x 43cm. £300 - £400

352 350 OSMOND HICK BISSELL (B.1906) - Ready for Sailing, Milford Haven, watercolour, signed and dated 1959, inscribed on backboard, 25cm x 39cm also one other watercolour signed G. Digby (2). £50 - £70 351 EDMUND MORISON WIMPERIS (1835-1900) - Ben Nevis, watercolour, signed with initials and dated ‘99, bears R.I. and The Cotman Gallery, Birmingham labels verso, framed, 50cm x 75cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

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352 CHARLES BENTLEY, RWS (18051854) - Robin Hood’s Bay, watercolour, bears ‘Ruskin Gallery, Birmingham’ label verso, framed, 51cm x 75cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 353 CHARLES THOMAS BURT (18231902) - Loch More, Caithness, oil on canvas, signed, inscribed on label verso, framed, 41cm x 61cm. £200 - £300

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354 GEORGE ARMFIELD (1810-1893) - Terriers with a caged rat in barn interior, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 19.5cm x 24cm. £200 - £300 355 AFTER JOHN OPIE - A Winter’s Tale, hand coloured mezzotint, framed, 46cm x 60cm also one other mezzotint entitled The Little Midshipman after Wilson Nesbit (2). £60 - £90


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356 3 BERYL COOK (1926-2008) - The Manipulators, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 144/300, framed, 43cm x 59.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 357 MALCOLM FRY (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - The Langdale Pikes, watercolour, signed, bears Royal Society of Painters in Watercolour label verso, framed, 22cm x 33cm also one other watercolour by the same hand (2). £80 - £120

359 C. KENSINGTON (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - A portrait of the steam ship SS City of Oxford, gouache, signed and dated 1887, unframed, 33cm x 54cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

362 SUE HOWELLS (CONTEMPORARY) - A View of a Village over an Autumnal Field, watercolour, signed with initials, framed, 34cm x 62cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

360 JOHN CHARLTON (1849-1917) A wire haired terrier, oil on board, signed with monogram, framed, 12cm x 28cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

363 PERCY HIPKISS, RBSA (19121995) - Somerset Farmland, oil on board, signed, titled on label verso, framed, 21cm x 31cm also two other oils and two pastels by the same hand (5). £150 - £200

361 WILLIAM E. HARRIS (1860-1930) Looking towards Pont-y-Pair, Betws-y-Coed, North Wales, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1884, signed, inscribed and dated verso, framed, 49cm x 76cm. £800 - £1200

358 RICHARD SEBASTIAN BOND (1808-1886) - Welsh Ford, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1882 on reverse, framed, 51cm x 72cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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364 TOM LLOYD (1849-1910) - A gypsy encampment, watercolour, signed and dated ‘97, framed, 30cm x 53cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 365 ATKINSON (CONTEMPORARY) Cock and hen pheasant, watercolour, signed, framed, 37cm x 31cm also seven other ornithological studies by the same hand (8). £150 - £200 366 IVAN TAYLOR (B.1946) - Fowey, Cornwall, oil on board, signed, framed, 41cm x 52cm. £100 - £150

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367 HENRY HADFIELD CUBLEY (1858-1934) - The Head of Loch Long, oil on board, signed, inscribed on backboard, framed, 27cm x 38cm also the companion ‘In Glencoe’ - a pair (2). ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

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368 SIDNEY PIKE (1858-1928) October Moon, oil on board, signed and dated 1903, inscribed with artist’s address and title verso, framed, 22.5cm x 31.5cm also the companion ‘Evening’ - a pair (2). £250 - £350 369 JOSEPH THORS (1835-1884) A boy fishing in a stream, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 22.5cm x 30.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500

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370 EDMUND JOHN NIEMANN (1813-1876) - Figure on a path, in a wooded landscape with a distant church, oil on canvas, signed and framed, 25cm x 40.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 371 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY) - A Pony and Two Dogs at the steps of a hall, oil on panel, framed, 14.5cm x 19.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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373 372 INDIAN SCHOOL (EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY) - A Royal Procession Passing a Palace, gouache on silk, framed, 21.5cm x 31.5cm. £50 - £70 373 ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH THORS (1835-1884) - A woman on a country road, oil on panel, framed, 20cm x 25cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 374 EDMUND JOHN NIEMANN (18131876) - Figure a riverside path, oil on board,signed, framed, 23cm x 30cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 375 F. E. BUTLER (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) - Figures unloading a beached sailing ship, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 29cm x 80cm. £300 - £400

374 376 WILLIAM MANNERS (1860-1930) - A winter scene with cart on a country road, watercolour, signed, framed, 17cm x 24cm. £80 - £120 377 MARTIN SNAPE (1852-1930) Barges and other vessels in an estuary, watercolour, signed, 16.5cm x 27cm. £100 - £150 378 THOMAS BUSH HARDY (1842 1897) - Numerous sailing vessels in an estuary, watercolour heightened with body colour, signed and dated 1895, framed, 22cm x 69cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £450

379 ALFRED HEATON COOPER (1863-1929) - Birds over Lake Buttermere, watercolour, signed, bears ‘The Church Street Gallery, Saffron Walden’ label verso, framed, 15.5cm x 25cm. £300 - £450 380 WILLIAM LEIGHTON LEITCH (1804-1883) - Figures on a path in a moorland landscape, watercolour, signed with initials and dated 1871, framed, 16cm x 24cm. £100 - £150

381 JAMES ORROCK, RI (1829-1913) - Worthing - fishing boats off shore, watercolour, signed, inscribed and dated 1906, framed, 23cm x 31cm. £80 - £120 382 JAMES ORROCK, RI (1829-1913) - Gathering ling, Yorkshire, watercolour, signed and dated 1870, bears ‘The Church Street Gallery, Saffron Walden’ label verso, framed, 21cm x 33cm. £100 - £150

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383 C. SMITH (MID 19TH CENTURY) - A wooded river landscape, watercolour, signed and dated ‘65, framed, 12cm x 20cm also one other watercolour signed E.Lewis and another attributed to John MacWhirter (3). £80 - £120 384 MANNER OF JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE Sirens, watercolour, fan shaped, framed, 19cm x 38cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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385 JOHN MCDOUGAL (1851-1945) - A Worcestershire Cottage, watercolour, signed and dated 1908, inscribed on backboard, framed, 29cm x 45cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 386 CIRCLE OF BEN ENWONWU, NIGERIAN (1917-1994) - Tribal women carrying pitchers, watercolour, bears signature and date 19481951, framed, 33.5cm x 25.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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387 TOYOKUNI III (1786-1865) - Courtesan holding a shamisen, woodblock print, published 1853, framed, 35cm x 24.5cm also the companion, Courtesan holding a floral display - a pair (2). ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 388 3 NOEL DENHOLM DAVIS, RA (1876-1950) News from the Front, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1915, framed, 71.5cm x 92cm Provenance: commissioned as a gift to Sir Jesse Boot in recognition of his charitable works during The Great War. ILLUSTRATED. £2000 - £3000

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389 3 FORTUNINO MATANIA, RI (18811963) - Salome, watercolour, signed, bears ‘Nevill Keating Pictures Ltd., London’ label verso, framed, 33cm x 50cm. ILLUSTRATED. £1800 - £2200 390 FRANCO MATANIA (1922-2006) The Bashful Model, oil on board, signed, framed, 47.5cm x 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 391 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Stepping Stones, oil on board, signed with monogram and dated 1881, framed, 42cm x 31.5cm. £100 - £150

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392 392 CHARLES FREDERICK BUCKLEY (1812-1869) - ‘Amstey’s Cove near Torquay, Devon’, watercolour heightened with body colour, signed and dated 1859, titled on backboard, circular, framed, 20cm diameter also the companion - a pair (2). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 389

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393 393 WILLIAM A. GREEN AFTER THOMAS HOLLINS - High Street, Birmingham in 1810, ink and wash drawing, signed and dated 1932, framed, 32cm x 47cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 394 FRENCH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Design for a refectory interior, chromolithograph, from Album General Ameublement Parisien, framed, 21cm x 34.5cm also a companion and three other various 19th century interior design prints (5). £100 - £150

395 397 EILEEN CHANDLER (1904-1993) Portrait of a little girl with blonde hair, watercolour, signed and dated 1988, framed, 52cm x 37cm. £50 - £70

395 GEORGE ARMFIELD (1808-1893) - Terriers with a caged rat in a barn interior, oil on panel, signed, framed, 15.5cm x 15.5cm also the companion Mischievous dogs with a stock pot - a pair (2). ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250

398 E. MASTERS (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Sheep on a bank with an extensive landscape beyond, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 90cm x 69cm. £150 - £250

396 ITALIAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Teaching Toby, oil on board, framed, 27cm x 33cm also the companion, Evening Practice a pair (2). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

400 C. J. KEATS (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Street scene, Caen, watercolour, signed and dated 1918, framed, 50cm x 31cm. £70 - £100 401 DAVID WATTS, SSA (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - Glen Falloch, Loch Lomond, oil on board, signed, titled verso, framed, 30cm x 40cm. £80 - £120

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399 WALTER E. ELLIS (1849-1918) On The Derwent, Derwentwater, Cumberland, oil on canvas, signed, inscribed verso, framed, 56cm x 71cm. £100 - £150

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402-507 Trains and Railway Related

415 A Marklin OO gauge 0-6-0 locomotive and tender RM800, a 0-6-0 tank locomotive, a Speisewagen coach together with various rolling stock and rails, some boxed. (qty). £120 - £180

402 A Hornby 00 gauge 2-6-4 LMS tank locomotive 2300, a 4-4-0 LMS loco and tender 690, a 4-6-0 loco and tender County of Chester, a 4-4-0 loco and tender St David, a 4-4-0 Stone loco and tender 928, a 4-6-0 loco and tender King George V class, a 0-60 tank loco 9400 and a Wills fine cast 4-6-0 GWR locomotive and tender (9). £100 - £150 403 A Bowman O gauge 4-4-0 spirit fired locomotive in maroon livery, boxed with a quantity of rails. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 404 A Hornby 00 gauge diesel locomotive No 47517 in later box, a Mainline 0-6-0 locomotive and four scale model locos (6). £40 - £60 405 Five Mamod steam plants, a traction engine and a steam roller, one boxed (7). £70 - £100

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412 A LNER wagon plate1947 Darlington 302834, a 1958 Birmingham & W.Co plate B429369, another plate B241738, a BR maintenance plate and a GWR oil/gas circular cover, all repainted (5). £70 - £100

409 Two Hyson locomotive metal air horns, 43cm (the largest) (2). £50 - £80 410 A railway interest cast iron sign ‘Shut and fasten gate liable to a penalty of forty shillings’ also five replica plates and a fire alarm plate (7). £60 - £90

413 A British Transport commission cast iron trespass notice sign, 51cm x 74cm. £70 - £100

411 A BR brass pressure gauge, a vacuum gauge, two circular signal deflectors, an Atkinson of Clitheroe Ltd sign and two others (5). £60 - £90

414 A cast iron sign ‘Beware of Trains’, 49cm x 84cm. ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £100

406 A pair of railway black painted guard’s van lamps, height 48cm (2). £70 - £100

417 A Hornby Dublo 2-6-4 tank locomotive 80059, two 0-6-2 locomotives 69567, a 4-6-2 Silver King locomotive and tender No 60016 and a Co-Bo diesel locomotive box (no engine) (5). £70 - £100 418 Twenty one various Hornby Dublo corridor and suburban coaches, also various wagons, rolling stock in plain and blue stripped boxes (qty). £70 - £100 419 Fourteen Hornby Dublo passenger brake van B.R coaches, No 4075 (14). £50 - £80 420 Twelve Hornby Dublo open corridor coaches No 4062 and 4063, boxed (12). £50 - £80

407 A BR cream painted railway signal lamp with with ‘Person TC Work’ enamelled arm badge, a similar tail lamp and a lamp case, no interior (4). £60 - £90 408 A collection of eleven postwar Bardic BR railway hand lamps some by Bardie Ltd Southampton (11). £70 - £100

416 A Triang Electric model rail road RS.II and various boxed coaches, catalogues etc. £60 - £90

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421 Six Hornby Dublo corridor coaches, various Nos 4051, 4053, 4054, 4055 also two composite restaurant cars No 4048 and 4049, a passenger brake van No 4075, a composite sleeping car No 4078, a Pullman export car and a suburban coach, No 4082, all boxed (12). £60 - £90

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422 Various Hornby Dublo rolling stock, a signal arm and accessories, all boxed (qty). £40 - £60 423 A Hornby Dublo set No 2019 tank goods train with 2-6-4 locomotive No 80033, (incomplete) and set 2007 0-6-0 tank passenger train SR (lacking locomotive), boxed (2). £40 - £60 424 A Triang Hornby 00 gauge 4-6-2 Britannia locomotive and tender 70000, a 0-4-0 tank locomotive 30027, a 2-6-2 BR tank locomotive 82004, a LMS 0-6-0 tank locomotive 7606, a 06-0 diesel loco D3035 and various boxed coaches and rolling stock, boxed (qty). £70 - £100 425 Various Hornby 00 gauge coaches R409, R410 etc, also dining cars, wagons and rolling stock, all boxed. £60 - £90 426 A Hornby 00 gauge LMS class 4P 2-6-4 tank locomotive 2300, a L.B.S.C class E2 0-6-0T loco 100, a GWR 0-4-0T tank loco 1410, a LNER 0-6-0 tank 3111, a 0-6-0 GWR tank loco 2744, a 0-6-0 GNR saddle tank loco 1247 and a BR 75 ton breakdown crane DS1580, all boxed (7). £60 - £90 427 A Hornby 00 gauge SR 0-6-0 C8 locomotive (R2434), a LMS 4-6-2 Coronation Duchess of Gloucester loco and tender (R2179), a BR 0-6-0 class Q I loco and tender (R2355), a 4-6-2 LMS Coronation loco and tender 6220, a LMS 2-6-4 class 4P locomotive(R299) and a similar LMS locomotive (R055), all boxed (6). £70 - £100

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428 A Hornby 00 gauge 2-6-4 T LMS locomotive (R224), a 4-6-2 LNER Mallard loco and tender 4468, a similar Kestrel loco and tender 4485, a 4-6-0 class 5P5F loco and tender, a 4-6-0 SR class N15 Sir Dinidan, a 0-6-0 GWR goods loco and tender 2468, a BR 2-6-2T 6156 and a 0-62 class N2 locomotive 69546, all boxed (8). £100 - £150

433 A Hornby 00 gauge 4-6-0 County of Bedford locomotive and tender, a 2-10-0 Evening Star standard class 9F loco and tender, a GWR 2-80 loco 2859, a LMS 4-6-2 Coronation loco and tender, a 2-6-0 BR Ivatt class 2 loco and tender 46525 and a Bo Bo diesel BR class 29 locomotive, all boxed (6). £70 - £100

429 A Hornby 00 gauge BR 2-10-0 class 9F locomotive and tender 92158 (2105C), a 0-6-0 class 4F loco 44313 (2135), a BR 4-6-0 County class loco County of Northampton (R2174), a 46-0 Castle class loco 5073 Blenheim Castle (R2280), a GWR 2-8-0 class 2800 locomotive 2839 (R2153B), all boxed (5). £60 - £90

434 A Hornby 00 gauge 2-10-0 Evening Star locomotive and tender 92220, a GWR 2-8-0 loco 2800 class, a 4-6-2 Wild Swan loco and tender 60021, a 4-6-2 class A3 St Frusquin loco and tender, a GWR operating mail coach set, a LMS 4-4-0 class 2P Fowler locomotive, unboxed and a 4-6-2 City of Bradford loco and tender 46236 (7). £60 - £90

430 A Hornby 00 gauge 4-6-2 Duchess of Abercorn (R305), a 4-6-2 Flying Scotsman (R078), a 4-62 Iron Duke locomotive and tender (R056), a 2-6-0 GWR King Richard 6027, a 4-6-2 Duchess of atholl 46231, a 4-4-0 Stowe loco and tender SR schools class V, a GWR 0-6-0 pannier tank 2721 and a 0-4-0 tank locomotive, all boxed (8). £70 - £100 431 A Hornby 00 gauge 4-6-2 GWR King Edward I locomotive and tender (R078), a LMS Patrior class 5 X P 4-6-0 Duke of Sutherland, a BR class 52 C.C diesel hydraulic loco (L352), a GWR Hall class 4-6-0 Kneller loco and tender, a MR 4-4-0 compound loco and tender 1000 (R355), a BR 2-10-0 loco 9F class, a LMS class 4P 2-6-4T locomotive and a GWR 57XX 0-6-0 pannier tank, all boxed (8). £100 - £150 432 A Hornby 00 gauge Mammoth double bogie D1670 locomotive, a 4-6-2 Spitfire loco and tender 21C166, a GWR 2-8-0 loco and tender 2859, a 4-6-2 City of Lichfield 46250, a LNER Manchester United, a 4-6-0 Saint Catherine and tender 2918, a 4-6-2 King James II 6008 and a GWR 2-8-0 locomotive 2859, all boxed (8). £80 - £120

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435 A Bachmann 00 gauge Standard 4MT 4-6-0 locomotive and tender , a 2-6-0 93XX Mogle class loco, a V2 class 2-6-2, a 4-6-0 Manor class Bradley Manor, another 4-6-0 Dinmore Manor, a Gresley A4 Pacific Dominion of New Zealand 4-6-2 locomotive and tender, all boxed (6). £70 - £100 436 Six Bachmann 00 gauge 0-6-0 tank locomotives 5700 class, Nos 7754, 5796, 8700 X 3 and 7702 also Ivatt class 2-6-2 locos 41272. 41241, 2911 and 41313, all boxed (10). £80 - £120 437 A Bachmann 00 gauge Gresley VI/3 class 2-62T locomotive 67664 another 67601, an Ivatt class 2-6-2 loco 41241, two 2-6-2 tank locos 5555, another 6600, boxed, a 4-6-0 black locomotive and tender 75006 and a similar Prince of Wales Volunteers engine, boxed but lacking outer cases (8). £70 - £100


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438 Four Bachmann 00 gauge BR standard 4-6-0 locomotives and tenders class 4 Nos 75014, 75020, 75069, 75078 and a Gresley V2 class 26-2 loco and tender 60800 and another 60903, all boxed (6). £70 - £100 439 A Bachmann 00 gauge Thompson BI class 4-60 Widebeeste locomotive 61010, a Gresley A4 Pacific Union of Sourth Africa loco 6009, a 2-60 93XX class Mogul engine 7332, a Ramsbury Manor 4-6-0 loco and tender 7829, a 4-6-0 Mere Hall 7915, a Mallard 4-6-2 LNER Silver Fox loco and tender and a similar example Miles Beevor 60022, all boxed (7). £100 - £150 440 Two Bachmann 00 gauge Standard class 4-6-0 locomotives and tenders 73068 and 75002, two other tanks locos 8000, a 2-6-0 tank loco and tender and a Black Watch 46102 locomotive, all boxed (6). £70 - £100 441 A Bachmann 00 gauge 2-6-0 43XX locomotive and tender 5355, a 4-6-0 Mere Hall loco and tender 7915, another Wraysbury Hall, a Southern 2-6-0 1824 loco and tender, a Standard black loco 80000, another 73082, also a Gresley A4 Pacific LNER loco 4903, a standard 4-6-0 loco 75023 and a 4-6-0 Soughton Hall 6962, all boxed (9). £120 - £180 442 A Bachmann 00 gauge Ivatt class 2, 2-6-2 LMS tank locomotive 1206, a Gresley VI/3 class 2-62 tank loco 67664, a 0-6-0 pannier tank 4672, a GWR 0-6-0 T5788, two 0-6-2 GWR tanks 6676 and a GWR tank locomotive 4550, all boxed (7). £80 - £120 443 A large quantity of Bachmann 00 gauge coaches, wagons and rolling stock, all boxed (qty). £50 - £80

444 An Airfix 00 gauge 2-6-2 GWR locomotive 6110, two GWR 0-6-0 tank locos 1466, also various coaches and rolling stock (qty). £50 - £80 445 An Airfix GMR 00 gauge 4-6-0 Royal Scot Fusilier’s LMS locomotive and tender 6103, another Pembrokeshire Castle 4078, also Llanstephan Castle 5004, Caerphilly Castle 4073, three 2-6-2 GWR tank locos 6110, a diesel AIA-AIA locomotive, also various coaches and rolling stock (qty). £70 - £100 446 A Mainline 00 gauge 4-6-0 LMS Scots Guardsman locomotive and tender 6115, a 4-60 Royal Scot loco 46100, another 4-6-2 loco 75001, a 0-6-0 GWR loco and tender 3205, a 4-6-0 LMS Royal Scot 6100 loco, a LNER 0-6-2 loco 9522 type 4 B-B diesel hydraulic Hermes locomotive and a similar high flyer example, all boxed (8). £80 - £120 447 Two Mainline 00 gauge diesel locomotives D49 and D825, two 2-6-0 GWR locos and tenders 5322, a 0-6-0 loco 6697, a 4-6-0 LMS Neptune loco 5687, a LMS 4-6-0 loco 1000 and a Sherwood Forester locomotive D100, all boxed (8). £80 - £120 448 A Mainline 00 gauge 0-6-0 LNER tank locomotive 581, a 0-6-0 tank loco 5704 and various coaches and rolling stock, all boxed (qty). £50 - £80 449 Six Lima 00 gauge diesel locomotives to include the Sir Edward Elgar, 50007 also D6755, Revenge, 50020, D1023,Western Enterprise D843 and The Fife and Forefare Yeomanry 9006 (6). £80 - £120

450 Six Lima 00 gauge diesel locomotives D814, W30W, 50043, D1003 also Express Parcels N0 22, No 29, No 34 and a locomotive Earl Mountbatten of Burma 33027 (8). £70 - £100 451 Two Lima 00 gauge diesel Western Gladiator D1016 locomotives, two others similar W22, another D6830 a Western Renown loco D1071, also Express Parcels WSWW and a No 1 diesel locomotive, all boxed (8). £70 - £100 452 Two Lima 00 gauge 4-6-0 King George V locomotives and tenders 6000, a 4-6-0 King Charles II loco 6009, a 2-6-0 loco and tender 13000, a 0-6-0 LNER loco 8920, a 0-6-0 GWR tank loco 4589 and various boxed rolling stock, all boxed (qty). £70 - £100 453 A Dapol 00 gauge 4-6-0 County of Worcester locomotive 1029, a County of Stafford, a 4-6-0 Dorchester Castle loco 4090, a County of Chester 1011, a Royal Scot LMS loco and tender 6127, a 0-6-0 GWR loco and tender 2518 and another 4744, all boxed (7). £60 - £90 454 Two Joef 00 gauge Mauritania diesel locomotives D285 and BR D285, also two replica railway locos, a 4-6-0 Lady Margaret Hall, a 4-6-0 LNER loco 1059 and two Rivarossi coaches (7). £60 - £90 455 A Wills 00 gauge fine cast 4-6-2 LNER Peppercorn locomotive and tender, a Graham Farish 2-6-2 GWR tank loco, S/D, two suburban coach kits, a GMR suburban passenger set and various rolling stock Grafar etc, all boxed (qty). £70 - £100

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Norman Purdy was born in March 1940 In Sunderland. His love of tinplate toys and trains began as a young boy, when he was given his first train at Christmas. His interest in how things worked led to a career in mechanical engineering, working for Sandvik and Lucas Industries designing tools on CAD. In the 1970s, his interest in toys was re-ignited when he purchased a tea chest at auction that contained a Hornby clockwork train and various accessories and by the early 1980s his collecting was in full flow! When his daughter left home in 1986, her bedroom became his train room with raised platforms for the tracks and the collection spread to other areas of the house. He would often be found on Sunday’s mooching around antique fayres, which led to his collection diversifying into collecting tinplate cars, boats and Sunderland lustre alongside his childhood love of trains. Despite being diagnosed with arthritis at the age of 15 and spending much of his life in and out of hospital needing various replacement hips, knees, elbows and shoulders, he lived life to the full. He worked with several charities, qualified as a ballroom dance teacher and was a fan of target shooting. Norman died in 2010 and since then, his collection has been packed away.

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456 ✦ A Bing O gauge electric 4-4-2 Southern tank locomotive in green livery and a Walker and Holtzapffle locomotive 789 0-6-0 in maroon livery, S/D (2). £70 - £100

460 ✦ A Bassett Lowke O gauge 4-4-0 Prince Charles locomotive and tender 62078 in blue livery, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

457 ✦ A Hornby O gauge 4-4-2 Lord Nelson locomotive and tender in Southern 850 green livery, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

461 ✦ Possibly Bing O gauge 0-6-0 tank locomotive in black livery, a Walker Fenn 0-4-0 cast iron locomotive and a LNER tank loco in repainted black livery, S/D (3). £70 - £100

458 ✦ A Bing O gauge 0-4-0 locomotive and tender 3768 in black livery, S/D. £60 - £90

462 ✦ A Bassett Lowke O gauge 0-6-0 locomotive 5374 with associated tender in black livery, S/D. £50 - £80

459 ✦ A Hornby O gauge LMS 4-4-0 tank locomotive 2051 in black livery. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

463 ✦ A Karl Bub O gauge 0-4-0 electric locomotive 4400 in green livery and a 4-4-0 GWR tank locomotive 45 also in green livery (2). £60 - £90


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464 ✦ A Bing O gauge LNER 0-4-0 tank locomotive 61607 in green livery, a Hornby 0-4-0 LMS tank locomotive 623 in maroon livery and a LR Le Rapide 0-4-0 loco in green livery, S/D (3). £60 - £90 465 ✦ An O gauge 4-4-0 NER locomotive and tender 1620 in green livery named Gateshead 1893 North British Company and a Bing 0-4-0 tank loco in green livery, S/D (2). £60 - £90 466 ✦ A Hornby gauge 4-4-0 LMS locomotive and tender 2711 in black livery, S/D. £60 - £90 467 ✦ A Hornby 0 gauge 0-4-0 LMS tank locomotive 623 in maroon livery, a LMS 0-4-0 locomotive 70 in brown livery and a 0-4-0 BR locomotive and tender 45746 in green livery. (3). £60 - £90 468 ✦ A Bing 0 gauge 4-4-0 locomotive 410 in green livery and a similar 04-0 tank locomotive 4429 with associated tender 513 (2). £50 - £80 469 ✦ A Hornby O gauge 0-4-0 tank locomotive 60199 in black livery and a 0-4-0 LNER locomotive in green livery 460, S/D (2). £40 - £60 470 ✦ A Bing O gauge 0-4-0 LMS locomotive and tender 3734 and a 0-4-0 King George V locomotive and tender, S/D (2). £60 - £90

471 ✦ A Bing O gauge 0-4-0 Vulcan locomotive and tender 1053 in maroon livery, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90 472 ✦ A Hornby O gauge 0-4-0 tank locomotive and tender 82011 and a modern French Hornby 0-4-0 Etat tank locomotive, both in black livery (2). £40 - £60

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473 ✦ A Bassett Lowke O gauge 4-4-0 Duke of York locomotive and tender 1930 in maroon livery, S/D. £80 - £120

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474 ✦ A Bing O gauge 0-4-0 locomotive and tender 4040 in black livery, a 0-4-0 King George V tank locomotive 1902, a 0-4-0 tank loco in green livery and a LMS 0-40 tank locomotive in faded maroon livery, S/D (4). ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £100 475 ✦ A Chad Valley O gauge 4-4-0 locomotive and tender in blue livery 10138, a 0-4-0 Silver Link loco 2509, a Bing 0-4-0 tank loco and tender 3700 in green livery and a 0-4-0 four volt electric loco in black livery, S/D (4). £70 - £100

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476 ✦ An O gauge 0-6-0 LMS tank locomotive in black livery No 21 and a 0-6-0 spirit fired tank loco also in black livery (2). £60 - £90 477 ✦ A Hornby O gauge 4-4-2 locomotive in brown livery and an associated Bing tender 2180, S/D (2). £50 - £80

479 478 ✦ A Karl Bubb (KBN) 0-4-0 electric locomotive and tender -35 in green livery. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

479 ✦ A Carrette O gauge L&NWR mail corridor coach No 1339, a similar guards third class corridor coach 1921 and three LNWR cream and brown third class corridor coaches, S/D (5). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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484 ✦ A Lionel electric O gauge 2-4-2 , 027 locomotive and tender in grey livery with three red corridor coaches (4). ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 485 ✦ Four Bing O gauge milk traffic wagons and churns, also three Bing LMS coaches in red and grey livery, S/D. (qty). £50 - £80

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486 ✦ A scratch built O gauge clockwork tank locomotive named Welwyn, in black livery, S/D. £40 - £60 487 ✦ Three Bassett Lowke O gauge LMS open 13T wagons, three British unbranded GWR wagons, a Hornby Union tank wagon, a motor Shell spirit wagon, a Shell lubricating oil tanker, two LMS cattle trucks and a similar repainted blue example and two boxed No 1 buffers, S/D (14). £50 - £80

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489 480 ✦ A Bing O gauge pullman Plato corridor coach in cream and brown livery and a LMS white and maroon livery corridor coach, S/D (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 481 ✦ A Paya O gauge electric Coruna and Barcelona corridor coach in blue livery P.H.1376 and a Hornby red livery and grey roof corridor coach (2). £60 - £90

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482 ✦ A Hornby O gauge 0-4-0 LMS tank locomotive 2270 in maroon livery, also three LMS corridor coaches, two wagons, two LMS wagons, a 20T wagon and three No 51 boxed corridor coaches, S/D (12). £60 - £90 483 ✦ Two Marx O gauge corridor coaches in red and cream livery, two similar Mettoy pullman corridor coaches and two Chad Valley Regent wagons, S/D (6). £40 - £60

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488 ✦ A Chad Valley O gauge 4-4-0 locomotive and tender in blue livery, a 0-4-0 tank loco and tender, a Fresh Milk tanker, three Hornby coaches all named Marjorie, two Regent tankers, two coal wagons and a CV covered wagon, S/D (11). £40 - £60 489 ✦ A Karl Bubb 0-4-0 locomotive and tender 0-35 and a modern French Hornby O gauge Hachette locomotive with twin pantographs BB-8051 and three coaches (5). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

490 ✦ A Chad Valley O gauge LNER locomotive and tender in blue livery 4491 with three coaches, a similar 0-4-0 loco and tender 490 and a 0-4-0 LMS locomotive and tender with two Royal Scot coaches in red livery, S/D (8). £40 - £60 491 ✦ A Hornby O gauge 0-4-0 No 20 locomotive and tender 60985, boxed, a LMS cattle truck, two Robert McAlpine side tipping wagons, two NE wagons, a LMS meat wagon, a LMS red covered wagon, a Pullman Viking wagon, another Aurelia, A/F, a furniture wagon and a cattle wagon, S/D (12). £40 - £60 492 ✦ An O gauge 0-6-0 locomotive 6508 in maroon livery class coaches, two green and white roofs , one lacking wheels, four Bing second class coaches and two unmarked German green and blue coaches (10). £150 - £200 493 ✦ A Hornby O gauge cement wagon, a goods brake van, a No 1 McAlpine side tipping wagon, a No 1 refrigerator van, a No 1 tipping wagon, a gas cylinder wagon, a No 1 crane truck and a No 21 coach, all boxed (8). £50 - £80 494 ✦ A Wells Brimtoy LNER locomotive and coach, three Chad Valley coaches, one lacking wheels, a British made George V tinplate clock work train, a Golden streak locomotive, a Hornby MO 0-4-0 loco and tender and six items of rolling stock, S/D (15). £40 - £60


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495 ✦ A Hornby M1 goods set 3435 locomotive and tender with two LMS open trucks and rails, a Chad Valley clockwork train set, boxed, a Hornby No 1 level crossing, also accessories No 7 Watchman’s hut brazier, shovel and poker and railway porter trolley and cases, boxed, S/D (5). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90 496 ✦ A Hornby O gauge 4-4-0 County of Bedford 3821 and tender in green livery in later green felt lined box. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 497 ✦ A French Hornby O gauge S.N.C.F twin pantograph locomotive BB-8051 with coaches rails and transformer, boxed. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

498 ✦ An Ace train London- A 4-4-0 O gauge LMS locomotive and tender 2006 in black livery, boxed. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 499 ✦ A Paya 2-6-2 O gauge electric locomotive and tender 1101 and a Sevilla coach P.H 1376 Coche Butacas in cream and maroon livery (2). ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £100 500 ✦ Two Bing single arm O gauge signals, a signal bridge and various Hornby signal (qty). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

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501 ✦ A Karl Bubb/Bing 00 gauge 24-0 locomotive 422 in green livery, another LMS 2-4-0 loco in maroon livery, two coaches and assorted curves and straight tinplate rails by Bing in associated case. £80 - £120 502 ✦ A Bing O gauge tinplate station with lithograph advertising for ‘Drink Liptons Tea, a similar platform station ‘Robin Starch’, ‘Lux’, a wooden station Coventry and another with a sign for Hastings Bathing (4). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 503 ✦ A Hornby O gauge lithographed tinplate platform station, two level crossings, a No 2 signal cabin, boxed, two bridges, a No 1 Meccano clockwork motor, a crossing, a flat truck with cable drum, boxed, a Wells Brimtoy tunnel, a blue painted wooden bridge, a large painted wooden engine shed with front opening doors various other station and platforms, signal arms together with a large quantity of accessories including empty Hornby boxes, spares accessories and parts (qty). £70 - £100

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504 ✦ A Kay miniature four piece locomotive set, a 0-4-0 Japanese N.Y.C 723 locomotive and tender with platform set, a Mettoy Joy town loco shed, a tunnel, a Jep station two other similar buildings and a replica tinplate tram (qty). £50 - £80 505 ✦ A Bassett Lowke 0 gauge 4-4-0 locomotive and tender No 5320 in maroon livery. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 506 A Triang Hornby OO gauge RS.51 Freight Master D5572 locomotive set together with various rolling stock, coaches and rails, boxed (qty). £60 - £90 507 A TTR 00 gauge locomotive set to include a 0-4-0 tank loco 1109 with coal truck, Shell lubricating wagon, rails and transformer and various boxed rolling stock etc (qty). £70 - £100


508-611 Die Cast and Tin Plate Toys

520 A Schuco Curvo 1000 clockwork motorcyclist and a Dinky UFO Interceptot No 351 (2). £40 - £60

508 A Dinky Supertoys ‘Lyons Swiss rolls’ No 514 Guy van, a green Foden chain lorry and a Dinky toy catalogue. £60 - £90 509 A Corgi Carrimore car transporter in gift set box 28, transporter missing the four cars, also gift set no 4 Bloodhound guided missile with launching ramp, loading trolley and RAF Land-Rover and No 1127 Simon Snorkel fire engine, boxed (3). £60 - £90 510 A Corgi Cooper Maserati F/1 No 156 and Lotus-Climax Formula 1 racing car N0 155, boxed (2). £60 - £90 511 A Corgi Hillman Hunter No 302, boxed but missing kangaroo, Yardley McLaren M19A No 151, (2). £50 - £80 512 A Dinky Jaguar ‘E’ type 2+2 No 131, Lamborghini Marzal No 189, a Ford G.T racing car No 215 and a Ford 40-RV No 132, in plastic window boxes (4). £70 - £100 513 A Corgi James Bond Aston Martin D B 5, silver and a 4.2 Litre Jaguar ‘E’ type 2+2, boxed (2). £80 - £120 514 Two Dinky Ford Capris in purple and red, a Mercedes Benz CIII, a Ford Escort, a Ford Cortina, a Merdes Benz - 600, a Rolls Royce silver shadow, a Jensen F F and a De Tomaso Mangusta and two A E C single decker buses, unboxed (11). £100 - £150

521 A Corgi Aston Martin D.B.4, No218 in yellow, boxed. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

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515 A Corgi Mini Marco GT 850, Porsche Carrera 6, Lotus Elan S2, Ferrar Berlinetta 250 Le Mans, Ghia L6.4, Oldsmobile super 88 Thrushbuster, Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray and four racing cars Ferrari 312 and Formula 1, Lotus Climax Formula 1, Cooper Maserati, all unboxed (12). £70 - £90 516 A Dinky Ford transit police accident van, police Range Rover, a Ford Transit fire service van, a Hertz truck rental transit van, a Crash truck, a Corgi Holmes wrecker, a refuse wagon No 978, together with various other playworn Dinky and Corgi vehicles (qty). £80 - £120

517 Various Corgi and Dinky vehicles to include a BMC mini Cooper, Austin mini countryman, Whizzwheels BMC mini Cooper S, Mini police car, red Mini and three VW Beetles (8). £50 - £80 518 A Matchbox Superfast Formula 1 racing car and a No 1 Mod Rod, boxed and various playworn Matchbox Lesney and Models of Yesteryear models (qty). £70 - £100 519 An Action Man 1964 Palitoy doll with uniforms and frogman’s equipment, life raft etc, Airfix Aston Martin DB6, repainted, a Marx tank and a small quantity of boxed Hornby rails (qty). £60 - £90

522 A Corgi Ferguson power major No 55, a Four furrow plough No 56, Land-Rover (109WB) No 406, Dropside trailer no 100, Rices pony trailer No 102, boxed together with various unboxed trailers, a police and a telephone box, figures etc (qty). £60 - £90 523 A Corgi Major gift set No 8 Massey Ferguson agricultural equipment, boxed. £40 - £60 524 A No 308 Lego Garage and an Esso Service garage, boxed (2). £50 - £80

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525 525 A Triang Minic motorway racing set M.1525 with level crossing, track etc, boxed. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 526 Various Lesney Matchbox models of Yesteryear, Y1 to Y16 and various later boxed models LIedo, Corgi etc (qty). £80 - £120 527 ✦ A Paya large blue painted sedan car, two clockwork models of the baggage carrier, a tinplate elephant acrobat and a Russian clock work station, all boxed (5). £70 - £100 528 ✦ A Marx mystery garage, boxed and a tinplate clockwork platform crane (2). £40 - £60 529 ✦ A Mamod Princess of Wales 0-40 spirit fired tank locomotive in maroon livery with open coal, log wagon and rails in a fitted wooden case. £100 - £150

530 ✦ A Schylling Golden Arrow land speed record car, a Sir Malcolm Campbell’s world speed record car in blue, boxed, a Captain Benjamin record car, also a Harley Davidson replica motor cycle, a Welby local shuttle train and a Hunter V record speed boat with driver, length 44cm (6). £120 - £180

533 ✦ A Gesha clockwork porter with trunk wearing a blue tunic, two British tinplate aerodromes with wire operated aircraft, a Wells Brimtoy BP tanker, a Greenline coach, a London red bus, a small tinplate sedan car and two wire controlled French red and green sedan vehicles (9). £60 - £90

531 ✦ A Scalextric set 50 racing car set with six cars including a red Aston Martin D.B.4 GT,and Austin Healey, a C.026 racing car, a Cooper -C81, a green BRM and a yellow Porsche also two Technofix pressed tin football pitches and players including Europa cup, a similar Swiss Alps tram, Magic crossroads with cars and assorted board games, Cluedo, Colditz etc, A/F (qty). £60 - £90

534 ✦ A Chinese replica clockwork tinplate clown and donkey, a field gun and operator, an aerodrome and three planes, a motorcyclist and rider, a motorcyclist, a porter with suitcase, a see-saw and a spinning top (9). £40 - £60

532 ✦ A Marx clockwork tank, a Minic tank, two other tanks, a Hess mounted field gun, another field gun and a replica zeppelin (7). £50 - £80

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535 ✦ A Mettoy earth moving vehicle, another lacking tracks, a Marx green painted sedan car, a sedan car and driver by SG toys and four replica vehicles including an omnibus and a Gas-Oil tanker (8). £60 - £90 536 ✦ A Triang Minic fire engine, lacking ladder, an American jeep, an Evening News van, a steam roller, a dancing Cinderella and Prince, a Post Office van, boxed, a red tractor and three plastic bodied vans (10). £70 - £100

537 ✦ Two Schuco 3000 clockwork sedan cars, two similar Minic cars, a Pocketoy sedan car in turquoise blue, a small tinplate boat, a penny toy boat and a small Mettoy 0-4-0 train with tinplate track (8). £50 - £80 538 ✦ A pre-war Triang Minic limousine in dark blue and a red open tourer (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 539 ✦ A Lehmann clockwork stag beetle, a Schuco felt covered mouse, a later Japanese tinplate mouse, an Arnold tank and five replica Chinese toys, blue bird, pecking chicken, swimming duck, butterfly and a robot, boxed (9). £70 - £100 540 ✦ A Mettoy orange painted sedan car, length 23cm, a similar blue sedan car with driver and a red and white sedan car with driver and opening boot, length 28cm (3). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 541 ✦ A British made red clockwork sedan car with black running boards, a similar Chad Valley sedan, two Minic plastic bodied cars and two others including a French example (6). £60 - £90


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542 ✦ A tinplate three tone clockwork brown sedan car 90-CR-1001, length 35cm, a similar blue sedan car and a grey Tipp & Co tipping truck, all repainted (3). £60 - £90 543 ✦ A Marx tinplate clockwork tank, a red sedan car, two caravans, a Wells Brimtoy transport bus, a Minic American jeep, five smaller vehicles and five replica examples (16). £60 - £90 544 ✦ A Japanese M-40 battery operated tinplate tank with control unit, a replica cyclist, a motorcyclist, a zeppelin, a four four piece locomotive and rails set, two small clock work lorries for Borough council and Silver Arrow transport (10). £50 - £80 545 ✦ A Dinky Supertoys Regent tanker, repainted a Burago Citroen TA car, various buses and modern diecast issues, also Matchbox and a Corgi 1902 State Landau for the Queens Silver Jubilee (qty). £70 - £100 546 ✦ A Minister deluxe pink sedan car, a Chinese sports car, also various replica tinplate clockwork models to include speedway racer, planes, motorcyclist and side car, Schuco, Chinese etc, all boxed (16). £70 - £100 547 ✦ A Triang R.M.S Pretoria castle ocean liner, a 14’’ electric speedboat and a Vosper R.A.F crash fender electric boat, all boxed (3). £60 - £90

548 ✦ An Arnold three funnel ocean liner, cream deck with detachable masts, red and black hull, boxed,length 41cm and a later twin funnel liner (2). ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 549 ✦ A Sutcliffe clockwork Sprite day cruiser painted cream, a British made jet propelled Silver Streak speed boat, a Penguin tug boat, a motor launch and a Triang Rovex Clyde cabin cruiser (5). £50 - £80

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550 ✦ A German three funnel liner with twin deck and red and black painted hull, possibly Bing, repainted. £60 - £90 551 ✦ A Bing three funnel liner with single deck and gantry, twin masts, wooden painted red and cream hull, repainted, length 40cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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552 ✦ A Fleischmann twin masted and single funnel Esso oil tanker painted in green and cream with deck fittings including two life boats, red and black hull. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 553 ✦ A German twin funnel steamer Windsor Castle, yellow painted deck with lithographed windows white and red hull, length 42cm and a French three funnel liner by JB Courty Paris, brown and red hull, length 29cm (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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554 ✦ A Carette four funnel liner with twin deck painted in cream with red and black hull, length 30cm, repainted. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 555 ✦ A Fleischmann twin funnel liner with stepped and brown painted deck, red and black hull, length 33cm, repainted. £60 - £90 554

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556 ✦ An Ernest Plank spirit fired single funnel boat with oscillating vertical piston and brass boiler, red and black hull, length 27cm, repainted. £60 - £90 557 ✦ A Fleischmann single blue funnel liner with twin masts and twin deck painted with cream and blue striped hull, with key, length 51cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 558 ✦ A Carette single funnel and mast river steamer with striped canopy to the bow, cream and red hull, repainted, length 35cm. £100 - £150 559 ✦ A Bing three funnel liner with central deck, single mast and blue striped white and red hull. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

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560 ✦ An Arnold two funnel liner with single mast and flag, lithographed brown deck, black and red hull, length 23cm. £80 - £120 561 ✦ A small Fleischmann single funnel liner with white repainted deck and black and red hull and a similar German vessel with cream and maroon hull brass and black funnel, length 24cm (2). £60 - £90

562 ✦ A Kellermann & Co battleship in lithographed grey K-351, length 33cm, a small Fleischmann single funnel liner black and red hull, length 18cm and a German unnamed twin funnel liner, length 16cm (3). £70 - £100 563 ✦ A Sutcliffe record speed boat with cream and blue hull, length 28cm, a Sutcliffe Racer 1 speed boat and a Hornby green and cream speed boat with key, S/D (3). £60 - £90 564 ✦ A Wells Brimtoy paddle steamer with single funnel, yellow and red lithographed deck, length 26cm. £70 - £90 565 ✦ An Arnold cargo ship with crane attachment with two life boats, cream, grey and brown hull, length 32cm, S/D. £60 - £90 566 ✦ A Marklin twin funnel battle cruiser with twin gun turrets, brown deck and green hull, repainted. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 567 ✦ A Sutcliffe Sprite day cruiser in white and green, boxed, a Swift motor launch with cream deck and red hull, length 42cm and a similar lithographed motor launch with rear engine exhaust and pipe fitment, length 46cm (3). £80 - £120


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568 ✦ A Carette four funnel liner with single mast, lithographed port holes, cream and red hull, length 32cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

574 ✦ A JEP three funnel liner cream deck black and red painted hull with twin masts and flags, length 42cm. £100 - £150

569 ✦ A Sutcliffe battleship or cruiser with forward and rear gun turrets the hull painted in two tone grey, length 33cm and a similar model named Grenville with gun and torpedo placements painted grey and red hull (2). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

575 ✦ A Bing single funnel battle cruiser with forward turret and rear swivel gun and two tone grey hull. £60 - £90

570 ✦ A tinplate French single funnel and mast fishing trawler named Hydra, length 40cm and a similar painted Triang line brothers plywood trawler British trader No 1 single funnel black and red hull, length 44cm (2). £60 - £90 571 ✦ A Hornby speedboat Swift cream and red hull, length 35cm, a similar speedboat with brass deck fittings and wooden hull, a Penguin plastic fishing trawler, boxed and a Chinese replica tinplate liner (4). £60 - £90 572 ✦ A Hornby Viking speed boat with enclosed cabin cream deck and red hull, length 42cm, a Hornby plastic motor launch and a single funnel battery operated steamer named Rose (3). £50 - £80 573 ✦ A Kay wooden motor launch with brass deck fittings red line and grey painted hull, length 55cm. £50 - £80

576 ✦ A small Fleischmann twin funnel cruiser with forward and rear swivel guns and a similar repainted four funnel liner with brown deck and red and white hull, length 27cm (2). £60 - £90 577 ✦ A Sutcliffe Merlin motor launch with white deck and red hull, a Triang Scalex Burnham motor launch also two Triang examples and a Hornby blue speed boat (5). £60 - £90

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578 ✦ A German single funnel steamer with forward mast, length 26cm, repainted also an EP speed boat with driver and rear clockwork motor, length 20cm and a similar tinplate boat lacking deck fittings, A/F. (3). £50 - £80 579 ✦ A Paya tinplate ocean liner possibly pre war lithographed boat with aircraft attachments, a similar Paya twin masted and twin funnel ocean liner also a Schylling motor launch, two others similar each with driver and a liner named Metalmania (6). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

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581 ✦ A Hornby two tone speedboat with wooden hull, a similar plastic example, a small plastic motor launch and various incomplete boats etc. (qty). £40 - £60 582 ✦ A Mamod steam plant and another. (2). £50 - £80 580 (part)

583 A West German Rigi Nr 900 tinplate cable car, boxed and an Airfix Trimotor 72 aircraft kit, boxed (2). £30 - £50 584 Four Dinky trojan vans Chivers Jellies, Dunlop, Brooke Bond tea, Esso, also three Bedford vans Kodak, Dinky Toys, Ovaltine and a Capstan Morris 10 CWT van, all unboxed (8). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90 585 Two Dinky N.C.B Express dairy vans, Nash Rambler, a Daimler ambulance, a fire engine, a Dodge cattle truck, also Hillman Minx, Austin Devon, Austin Somerset and a Triumph (10). £50 - £80

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586 Various Dinky saloon cars to include Oldsmobile, a Chrysler, a Lincoln Zephyr, a Studebaker, a French Citroen II PL, also an AA motorcycle and side car and a Dinky Dublo yellow open top tourer (7). £50 - £80 587 Various Dinky Series 30 and 36 to include an ambulance, Daimler and Rover various coloured saloons and a red Salmson two seater sports car with windscreen (7). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

587 580 ✦ An Arnold submarine H.M.S Nautilus J.187, length 26cm, a similar submarine TM.102 by Masudaya also a Sutcliffe sea wolf yellow painted submarine and a similar grey wooden submarine (4). ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £100

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588 A Dinky LNER prewar mechanical horse and covered trailer for Express Parcels Traffic and a flatbed grey lorry and trailer (3). £40 - £60 589 A Meccano Dinky 22G green stream lined tourer and cream Chrysler airflow model (2). £60 - £90


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590 590 A Dinky pre-war 25D green Power petrol tanker, white tyres. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

593 593 A Dinky No 28X pre war Hovis delivery van, white . ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

596 596 A Dinky No 28r Swan pens delivery van, silver lettering on black. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

591 591 A Dinky No 28n pre war Atco delivery van, green white tyres red and gold livery to sides. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

594 594 A Dinky No 28y Drydex Batteries delivery van, red and white tyres. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

597 597 A Dinky No 280F Mackintosh’s toffee delivery van, red white tyres. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180

592 592 A Dinky No 28g Kodak delivery van, red and black on yellow white tyres, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

595 595 A Dinky No 28D Oxo delivery van ‘Beef at its best’ gold lettering on blue. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400

598 598 A Dinky No 280B Lyons’ Tea delivery van, dark blue on white tyres. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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606 603 A Dinky No 152 pre war light tank, a light dragon tank, a field gun and bowser (4). £50 - £80

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604 A large collection of pre and post war Dinky military vehicles to include covered lorries tanks, field guns, search lights and accessories (qty). £120 - £180

601 (part)

599 A Dinky No 30b Pre war Rolls Royce, dark blue black running boards and a 24e super streamlined saloon in green (2). ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60

601 Two Johillco pre war beige tanks with rubber tracks and a Taylor and Barrett white ambulance with paper red cross label and a red petrol lorry (3). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

600 A Dinky No 22C pre war motor truck in blue and red, a similar vehicle and a 22E farm tractor (3). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

602 Three American Tootsietoy Graham pre war sedan cars in various colours, three others and a later Greyhound coach (7). £60 - £90

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605 Assorted Dinky and other makers flat bed vehicles, saloon cars, AA motorcyclists, various lead figures, later diecast and repainted vehicles (qty). £80 - £120 606 A 1920s Schuco Charlie Chaplin clockwork toy operates with spinning cane in original box with instructions. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

607 A Revell scale plastic model of Apollo 11 with side opening panel to reveal interior, height 35cm, another of the Apollo on the moon surface with moon buggy, figures and and space equipment and another of the Saturn 5 rocket, height 41cm, S/D. £60 - £90 608 A plastic scale model of the Titanic, length 47cm, another of a Cunard liner, various destroyers and cruisers and a collection of diecast models HMS Duke of York, HMS Valiant, HMS Warspite, RMS Lusitania, HMS Rodney and HMS Illustrious (qty). £60 - £90


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609 A collection of diecast and late plastic aircraft to incude Avro Vulcan bomber, Spitfire, Lancaster and other other models and four boxed Star Trek models (qty). £60 - £90 610 A Dan Dare jigsaw puzzle, a Pepus card game, three 1950s Eagle comics, a set of ten Eagle annuals Nos 1-10, a 1963 Eagle annual, a 1961 Rocket and Space travel annual, a Dan Dare 1963 space annual and a collection of later 1990s hardback comic editions (qty). £100 - £150 611 Two Shazam comics, No 32 Dec 1977 and No 35 June 1978 price 12p. (2). £80 - £120

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612 An early 19th Century percussion cap pistol, with plain mahogany stock and with acanthus engraved detail to the lock, proof marks to lock and the 4 3/4 inch barrel, overall length 27cm. A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £40 - £60 613 A late 19th to early 20th Century Japanese katana, with bone hilt and scabbard carved in relief with monkeys gathering fruit, the 35cm plain steel blade un-signed, overall length 61cm, A/F. £50 - £80

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614 A South Africa Medal with 1879 bar, an Egypt Medal with Tamaai, Suakin 1884 and Tel-El-Kebir bars and a Khedive’s Egyptian Star all to 3618 Lce Cpl P.E. Jones with a relevant letter, three period photographs and a chess board. (8). ILLUSTRATED. £400 - £600 615 A Baltic medal, unnamed, a Crimea Medal with Sebastopol bar to Henry Stevens R.M.H.M.S.P **** and a Turkish Crimea Medal (Sardinia Issue), all worn and A/F, with a period photograph. (4). £100 - £150

616 A First World Medal trio to G7877 Pte C. Kendall E. Kent. Reg with a silver half hunter pocket watch and various military cap badges and buttons etc. £100 - £150 617 A 20th Century Japanese Wakashashi and scabbard, ray skin grip and brass mounts, 28cm blade. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 618 A 19th Century Jambiya dagger and scabbard, a Peshkebj Indian dagger, another similar, a Kris and five other daggers two with scabbards (9). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 619 A US pattern sabre and scabbard with leather wire handle and open brass guard, the 86cm blade stamped Chicoree Mass, MM 1864 with replica confederate peaked cap (2). £120 - £180 620 A 19th Century percussion two banded musket with ram rod, 110cm barrel. £70 - £100


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627 627 ✦ A competition German Federation model 10 original air pistol with instructions, original case. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

621 621 A Webley .177 Senior air pistol in original box and a Webley Tempest .22 air pistol in later case (2). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

623 623 ✦ A Webley & Scott Premier Mark II .177 air pistol with original instructions and box and a Webley Senior .22 model in black a carrying case (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

622 622 ✦ A Webley & Scott Mark 1 .177 air pistol in mahogany fitted associated baize lined case with original price list. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

624 ✦ An American classic .177 under lever pump action air pistol, a similar Hy-Score .177 air pistol in original box (2). £60 - £90 625 ✦ A BBM .177 CF 92 air pistol, boxed. £50 - £80 626 ✦ A Walther .177 precision air pistol with instruction, later cased. £60 - £90

628 628 ✦ A Webley Premier .22 air pistol and a similar Senior model in associated wooden case (2). ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £100 629 ✦ A Webley Nemisis .22 air pistol in fitted carrying case and an Italian Beretta .177 gas powered air pistol, cased (2). £60 - £90 630 ✦ Two Diana G4 .177 air pistols and a Grosman EB17 .177 air pistol, all boxed (3). £70 - £100

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635 ✦ Two Webley & Scott Junior .177 air pistols with associated leather holster, another and a Mark II (Target model) air pistol (4). £80 - £120

643 ✦ A Daisey No 102 model 36 air rifle, a Diana model 15, two similar unnamed air rifles and an incomplete example (5). £40 - £60

636 ✦ A BSA .177 air rifle Lincoln Jefferies patent, lacking sight, a similar unnamed air rifle and a BSA air rifle, replaced sight, stamped to stock (3). £70 - £100

644 ✦ A .177 air rifle stamped ACE within clover leaf mark, a Diana 15 and two others, one lacking sight (4). £40 - £60

637 ✦ A BSA .177 air rifle No S731120 and a similar air rifle, lacking sight (2). £60 - £90

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638 ✦ A BSA .177 air rifle, a similar unnamed air rifle, a part complete Anscultz Erzgunis model 275 air rifle and a Webley 15 x 15 telescopic sight, A/F (4). £50 - £80 639 ✦ A sport model 49a .177 bolt action air rifle and a similar bolt action rifle by Suhl model 310 with magazine (2). £50 - £80

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640 ✦ A Webley & Scott Mark II Service air rifle , 63cm barrel. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 647 631 ✦ A Webley & Scott Mark 1 air pistol in original box. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 632 ✦ Two Gat .177 air pistols by T.J Harrington & Son Surrey, two small DRGM Fell II air pistols, an Avoke .177 air pistol and a small toy Record pop rifle (6). £50 - £80

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633 ✦ A German EM-GE Mod LP3A .22 air pistol, a Heenel .177 air pistol and an American Hy-Score target .177 air pistol (3). £60 - £90 634 ✦ A Webley & Scott air pistol 5784 and a Webley Junior air pistol in black holster (3). £60 - £90

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641 ✦ A BSA .177 air rifle, stamped to barrel and a similar rifle, lacking sight (2). £60 - £90 642 ✦ A BSA .177 air rifle No B6622 and two similar unnamed air rifles (3). £70 - £100

645 ✦ An early 20th Century Westley Richards .177 air pistol No 2907 named ‘Highest possible’ to barrel, S/D length 28cm. ILLUSTRATED. £250 - £350 646 A BSA .22 air rifle with telescopic sight, 46cm barrel and a Webley Junior .177 air rifle (2). £60 - £90 647 An early 19th Century flintlock musket with ram rod and brass furniture, the 92cm barrel stamped JPR/EXR/508,. ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 648 A pair of First World War medals awarded to 20675 Pte J.H Chappel S. Staffs regt with two ROAB jewels, relevant paperwork and an early album with photographs of aircraft together with paperwork and six World War two campaign medals awarded to John Charles Chappel with his gloves, small camera and a quantity of black and white photographs of American bombing and control ops room equipment (qty). £100 - £150 649 A General Service Medal to Jnr Tech R Rowbottom (4048704) RAF with Canal Zone bar, a pewter tankard and three later lapel badges. ((4). £200 - £300


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650 Four pieces of 19th Century Eastern textiles costume comprising three bolero type jackets each in velvet with gold thread embroidered patterns and detailing to the backs and cuffs and a cotton court type jacket with scalloped edge and gold thread detailing S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

653 An early 20th Century framed needlework in the Arts and Crafts style entitled Song, the classical maiden stood before a bird singing on a branch, all in orange and brown and in the style of Selwyn Image, image size approximately 25.5cm x 79cm (framed 50cm x 103cm). ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

651 A later 20th Century Hermes chiffon headscarf in tonal purple, together with a matched example in brown (2). £50 - £80

654 An early 19th Century needlework sampler worked by Christiana Phillips work June 1819 with the alphabet to the top, leading to a central religious verse with a buildings beneath, framed, 43cm x 34cm. £60 - £80

652 A bolt of Heals Omega pattern fabric designed by Barbara Brown, printed salvage edge, retains original swing tag, approximately 1.25m x 5.25m. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80

655 Four pairs of vintage 1940s ladies shoes comprising three ‘Queen of Sheba’, two impressed CC41 and one pair of J. Jones, Cradley Heath (4). £40 - £60

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656 Four GWR Jig-saw puzzles and a 19th Century ledger with ink entries for stock dated 84, etc (5). £60 - £90

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657 A 19th Century coromandel tea caddy the domed top opening to reveal two divisions each with covers below a velvet plush lined lid, width 24cm. £300 - £500 658 Siegfried Charoux (Austrian 1896 1967) - A 20th Century bronze sculpture of two reclining nude figures held in an embrace, signed, length 36cm. ILLUSTRATED. £800 - £1200

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659 A 1930s Art Deco ash tray in chrome plate with a square base mounted with twin palm trees. £10 - £20 660 A pair of 1930s French Art Deco Egyptian revival book ends with a cast metal portrait head in head dress mounted to a variegated marble base. £10 - £20

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661 A 19th circular mahogany wall clock with single fusee movement, carved and fan shaped frame, width 56cm. £80 - £120 662 A Victorain Tunbridgeware work box fitted with cotton reels, needlecases and pin cushions, width 30cm. £60 - £90

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663 A 19th Century mahogany string inlaid three divisioned tea caddy width 25cm and a small two division tea caddy containing Roman pottery fragments and curios. £50 - £80

664 Mike Lythgoe (20th Century) - A large carved cedar wood decoy figure of a Great Northern Diver or ‘Loon’ in black painted finish with white details, signed and dated to the base 2012. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 665 Mike Lythgoe (20th Century) - A large carved cedar wood figure of a Great Northern Diver with speckled and painted finish, signed and dated to the base 2012. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £400 666 Danny Clewett - A carved wooden decoy duck with painted finish , signed and dated to the base 1992, length 47cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 667 William Hanemann - A 20th Century carved wooden green winged teal duck with painted finish, signed to base 21cm. £100 - £150 668 William Hanemann - A 20th Century carved wooden green winged teal duck with painted finish, signed to base 21cm. £100 - £150 669 William Porterfield - A carved wooden decoy Teal duck with neck raised and painted finish, indistinctly signed to base, length 33cm. £80 - £120


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670 An early 20th Century naive carved plain wooden decoy duck with painted and lead weight to base and a similar duck inscribed Dan and dated 1990 (2). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 670

671 A plain brown decoy duck made in Bristol, length 42cm. £60 - £90 672 A plain decoy duck by Sophie Ridges, width 27cm, two similar ducks by Jan Fitch, a Sand Piper on square stand and a penguin and a standing cat (6). £200 - £300 673 A boxed 1920s/1930s ‘Cocub’ ‘The Cococubs Game’ board game based on the Cadbury’s Cococub figures made by Britains to a design by Ernest Aris, comprises four playing card boards and thirty-nine playing cards. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £80

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674 An Admiral Fitzroy barometer incorporating thermometer with kite mark within glazed case, height 104cm. £50 - £80

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675 A pair of British stamped Marley style spelter horses on oval ebonised bases, height 41cm (2). £60 - £90 676 An Indian cast bronze wall canon, the lower section of the barrel of octagonal form, mounted to a foliate detailed swivel gimbal mount, upon a later stepped wooden base, length 90cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 677 An Indian cast bronze wall canon, with lozenge and foliate relief decoration on a swivel gimbal mount, mounted to a later steeped wooden base, length 107cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 678 Taxidermy - A large Pike in naturalistic river setting bears label caught at Slapton Ley Devon, May 18th 1916 by S.S Chellingworth, in glazed bow case, lenth 116cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 679 A small 20th Century circular oak cased wall clock, with single fusee movement, painted dial by Greenhow Chelmsford, width 31cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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685 A brass money box modelled as Kruger, a negro money box and six similar replica cast iron money boxes and a organ bank box (9). £60 - £90 686 After Terrance Cuneo - Bently V Blue train, 68cm x 78cm and Bentley at Le Mans 1929, 58cm x 78cm, framed (2). £70 - £100 687 A large collection of GB stamp albums to include mounted mint stamps and presentation packs (qty). £60 - £90 681 680 A 20th Century resin scrimshaw tusk titled Liberty for the Ship James Allen, A/F. £40 - £60 681 A Malaya wind up horn gramophone ‘The Crown’ with red painted tinplate horn No 107 on a mahogany base with bevelled glass inset panels, width 46cm. £100 - £150 682 A George III oak and mahogany straight front chest of two short and three long drawers, turned wood handles on turned feet, width 118cm. £60 - £90 683 A Victorian two wheeled gig with original black leather seat and canopy, wooden shaft and mounted with two brass carriage lamps, red spoken wheels, height 200cm. £200 - £300 684 A Victorian black and red line painted three wheel perambulator with black padded seat and canopy, lacking one wheel. £50 - £80

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688 A 18th Century Continental painted enamel on copper waisted double snuff box with gilt copper mounts decorated with camels and figures, possibly scenes of Silk Road and further figures to the hinged cover interiors, height 7cm A/F. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 689 Two Maineville circular childrens musical boxes, each playing a single air and a Hardy’s Brothers brown pig skin cast case in the form of a satchel and a small tooled leather case with embossed kingfisher design (4). £50 - £80 690 A brass needle case named ‘The Quadruple Golden Casket’ by Thomas Savage London, also a small gilt metal purse with cameo insert, a mother of pearl notebook shaped as a fan and a maple framed Valentine (4). £60 - £90 691 A small pair of unnamed field binoculars, a pair of English field glasses and pair of Russian 8x30 binoculars and a pair of Prinz binoculars, all in black leather cases (4). £40 - £60

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688 692 A 20th Century aneroid barometer, silvered register marked Comitti, London below conforming thermometer, length 75cm. £50 - £80 693 A 20th Century 365 day mantle clock, circular white dial in a glass dome, height 30cm. £50 - £80 694 A 20th Century cased barograph by Negretti & Zambra, model 4134 with chart drawer, width 40cm. £100 - £150


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697 A cast iron Bank money box , a cycle lamp, a Hohner super Chromonica and a Glo-Glo Harmonica (4). £40 - £60 698 An early 19th Century Persian hand written copy of the Qu’ran (Koran) in black and red ink in scroll from within a white metal casket engraved with The Shahada to the hinged cover, all within a further leather case and outer carrying case, accompanied by a typed letter stating the alleged provenance, length 1738cm x 7.5cm damaged. 695 695 A late 19th Century ebonised portico mantle clock with circular white enamelled dial in spiral pillar and boulle work case, height 45cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 696 A 1950s acrylic light shade in clear, pale green and white of modernist design, unmarked. £80 - £120

This Qu’ran is missing the first two Siparas and was given to the vendors father-in-law who left Lahore during The Partition of India in 1947. ILLUSTRATED. £600 - £900 699 A contemporary wall mirror of rectangular section with deep leather covered border within a chrome plated frame. £60 - £80

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706 A 19th Century porcupine quill box of rectangular form, the hinged top opening to reveal a nine divisioned interior, width 27cm. ILLUSTRATED. £60 - £90

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701 700 A 19th Century Georgian gentleman’s blue velvet coat and tails fitted with circular cut steel buttons. (2). £80 - £120 701 A framed Everlast boxing glove signed by Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, with certificate, 70cm x 79cm, framed. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £250 702 A pair of early 19th Century spelter figures Science and History, each set to a turned wooden base, 53cm high, S/D. (2). £60 - £80

703 Four assorted books of local interest, A Short History of Clent by John Amphlett, A History of Bewdley and a History of Kidderminster both by Rev John Burton, also A New Treatise on the Laws concerning Tithes dated 1765, rebound. (4). £100 - £150 704 A 19th Century tortoiseshell and mother of pearl inlaid rectangular card case inset with a silver cartouche, a circular painted snuff box and a similar sycamore box decorated with a hunting scene (3). £50 - £80 705 A collection of eight 19th Century painted lead figures taken from characters from the works of Charles Dickens, S/D (8). £40 - £60

707 A large enamel pictorial advertising sign for Webbs’ Seeds, Wordsley Stourbridge, the lettering in black against a white ground with a bunch of onions in between the text, 92cm x 61cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 708 A large enamel pictorial advertising sign for Webbs’ Seeds, Wordsley Stourbridge, the lettering in black against a white ground with a spray of chrysanthemums in between the text, 92cm x 61cm S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £300 - £500 709 A post war glass advertising finger or door plate ‘Ask for Shell Motor Oil’ in yellow and pale blue with a gold shell and red and black text, length 25.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 710 Baskett (J)- The Book of Common Prayer, Oxford 1736 and a bible printed at the Oxford theatre by F Parker & Thomas Cruy 1686 (2). £100 - £150 711 A French Art Deco black and onyx clock garniture of arch form with eight day striking movement and silvered arch dial (3). £120 - £180 712 An Art Deco French clock garniture in green and pink marble case with applied gilt metal mounts, width 32cm. £80 - £120 713 A French Art Deco mantle clock in pink veined marble case with eight day striking movement, width 45cm. £70 - £100

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722 A Victorian figured walnut dressing table box with mirrored lid interior and fitted with an arrangement of plated top jars, width 31cm. £60 - £90 723 A Royal Doulton wall plaque to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII in part ebonised frame and an unframed plaque of a classical female (2). £40 - £60

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725 717 A Midlands black painted railway hand lamp by L.M.S.R makers Wolverhampton, height 27cm, a similar lamp, another marked (BR MM) and one other with bulb inset and wire top (4). £60 - £90

714 An Art Deco French clock garniture in speckled and silvered height lighted case, quartz movement (3). £60 - £90 715 A railway black painted Adlake non sweating signal lamp with bulls eye lens, height 38cm and another similar named lamp (2). £60 - £90

718 A Green painted war department railway lamp by Eastgate & Sons Birmingham 1944, a similar lamp, two BR enamelled ‘Look Out’ arm badges and a ‘Person IC arm badge and whistle (6). £60 - £90

716 A black painted railway lamp with bulls eye lens and four similar hand lamps, A/F (5). £70 - £100

726

719 A large quantity of 1940s children’s comics, Rainbow, The Funny Bunny and others (qty). £40 - £60 720 A George III converted mahogany serpentine front knife box and a Chinese lacquer box (2). £40 - £60 721 A George III mahogany apothecary box fitted with four gilt decorated square decanters and stoppers, width 18cm. £50 - £80

724 A 19th Century Qing Dynasty small enamelled taza with a tapered column rising to a shallow circular dish decorated with stiff leaves, bats, flowers and foliage over a yellow ground, unmarked, height 8cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 725 An early Pelham puppet of the skeleton and another of a witch, both boxed (2). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 726 A 19th Century Meerschaum pipe with flexible hose and mouth piece two other similar pipes and an example with a glazed ceramic bowl (4). ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

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732 A pair of 1930s carved pine figures of the Virgin Mary holding the Christ child and a similar figure of Joseph, one with inscription plaque, 105cm high, S/D. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £120 - £180 730

733 A pair of 19th Century coloured leaded light panels each depicting a Saint holding a bible, 122cm x 52cm, a pair of gothic arch panels 77cm x 52cm. smaller pair with turret design and and a similar pair with winged angelic figure design (8). £70 - £100 734 A 19th Century brass inset mahogany pistol case with spare 16.5cm twist off pistol barrel and flintlock hammer (3). £40 - £60

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738 727 A 1960s Dunhill tinder pistol inscribed and dated 1965. £40 - £60 728 After the antique a bronze of Discobolu on circular base, height 26cm. ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £100 729 After the Antique a bronze classic figure of Spinario removing a thorn from his foot, height 20cm. ILLUSTRATED. £70 - £100

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730 A 19th Century brass badge for the Duke of Albany 72 own highlanders, 9.5cm x 7cm, a Kings Liverpool 8 Scottish regt badge, four other badges and a 1933 calendar medallion and plated cigarette box (8). ILLUSTRATED. £50 - £80 731 Three World War two photograph albums containing snap shots of the German army on manoeuvres (3). £60 - £90

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735 A collection of 19th Century German gold leaf each in book form and containing many leaves, gold exhibition medal award awarded in the reign of Napoleon III, 10cm x10cm squares (10) With letter sent to the Birmingham assay office. £60 - £90 736 A late 19th Century oval ceremonial shield embossed and chased on gilt metal depicting a battle scene with soldiers on horseback in combat outside a besieged citadel and camp, modelled after the shield belonging to Charles IX (1550-1574) made by the goldsmith Pierre Redon.c.1572 in the Musée du Louvre, Paris, approximate height 57cm, S/D. £70 - £100

737 An Art Deco style bronze figure of a naked female figure holding a robe on an octagonal base, unsigned height 35cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 738 Jill Dixon (20th Century) Trishenda, a study of a bronze reclining nude lying to her side with hands together, length 58cm With signed book titled ‘True to form’ and receipt of purchase. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 739 A late 20th Century bronze figure of a seated Art Deco female, signed B.C Zeng on octagonal figures base, height 29cm. £60 - £90 740 A 19th Century copper and plated oil lamp mounted with bass style handles and embossed with merry making cherubs, signed J.G Grebert, height 44cm. £60 - £90 741 A mid 19th Century line inlaid mahogany longcase clock with an eight day movement, with a twin swan neck pediment above the 14 inch square painted dial with moonphase and date aperture, signed Joh.s. Peacock Macclesfield, all over a short trunk door on canted plinth base, height 217cm. £200 - £300 742 A later 20th Century Guzzini clear acrylic vase of rectangular form decorated with optic cut discs to each face, retains original label, height 20cm. £40 - £60


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744 743 ✦ A pair of G Rodenstruck binoculars 8 x 27 No 120277, a pair of unnamed binoculars, a pair of Prism binoculars ‘The Tourist’, a pair of unnamed field glasses and a small pair of binoculars ‘The Lynx’ by Lawrence and Mayo, all in brown cases (5). £60 - £90 744 ✦ A pair of Aitchinson boar war patent 1016 aluminum folding binoculars, a pair Libermann & Gortz 10x 50 grey painted binoculars , a pair of French Stereo binoculars and a pair of Halina discovery glasses 16 x 50 , two cased (4) NB -Folding binoculars were issued to British officers serving in the Boar War (18991902). Patented in 1880s they were constructed of light weight aluminum. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 745 ✦ A pair of early 20th Century adjustable binoculars with central compass mount, a pair of First World War French binoculars each optic mounted with ranging tables depicting a soldier and another on horseback circa 1915 and a small pair of brass binoculars with x3 magnification (3). £60 - £90

755 746 ✦ A pair black cased binoculars by Dixon Hempenstall Dublin, a pair of brass cased binoculars by a Dobbie & Son Glasgow, a pair of Imperator 10 x 35 binoculars, a pair of long tube examples and a similar pair (5). £60 - £90 747 ✦ A pair of Edwardian plated opera glasses, a similar pair of Italian examples, another pair named Hezzanith, a similar leather cased pair and five other pairs (9). £80 - £120 748 ✦ A red lacquered cased two drawer brass telescope, a single drawer brass telescope, a small two drawer wooden cased telescope and a small unnamed three drawer example (4). £60 - £90 749 ✦ A late 19th Century four drawer brass telescope with lens cover, length 95cm. £50 - £80 750 ✦ An early 20th Century three drawer brass telescope with sycamore end section engraved Hurter London, leather outer case, lenth 75cm. £70 - £100

751 ✦ An early 20th Century part leather covered two drawer telescope titled ‘Orion Spotter’ by Parker Hall Birmingham No 53516, length 49cm and a small late 19th Century two drawer telescope engraved And W Rofs and Co Piccadilly, length 35cm (2). £70 - £100 752 ✦ A Milbro cased students microscope, two Japanese pocket telescopes named Sybolt and Enbecco, two similar unnamed telescopes, a replica Stanley 1885 telescope in mahogany box, a pen lite magnifier, four hip flasks and three modern binoculars (11). £50 - £80 753 ✦ An ACE 9.5mm Pathescope with five films including Charlie Chaplin, Ham-The-Flyfisher and a spool, original box. £40 - £60 754 ✦ A 19th Century naval fruitwood cosh with ribbed handle and separate leather thong section, length 39cm. £40 - £60 755 A pair of 19th Century carved oak Flemish panels of figure heads in baluster and leaf surrounds, 32cm x 32cm square (2). £120 - £180

759 756 A pair of 1940s ladies wooden shoe lasts stamped L.Whitton Northampton and three boot lasts (5). £40 - £60 757 An early 20th Century inlaid mahogany mantle clock on brass feet, with a silvered dial and Swiss movement, height 15cm and width 29cm. £40 - £60 758 A late 19th to early 20th Century white jade beaker of cylindrical form, height 7cm. £70 - £90 759 Tom Merrifield (b.1932) - Bronze, nude female lay upon a rock, signed and numbered 1/5, height 19cm and width 29cm. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 760 An Edwardian postcard album to include real photographic cards depicting a series of five scenes of toppling a chimney with onlookers, also a shop front card E.A Borer Wealdstone outfitters, railway cards, seascapes and views (qty). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 761 An unopened bottle of 1914 Croizet Bonaparte Cognac typical ullage, label and wax date damaged. £100 - £150

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774 A Victorian brass oil lamp with blue shade and reservoir and two similar smaller oil lamps (3). £60 - £90 775 An Edwardian 365 day mantle clock by Gustave Becker in a glass dome on a circular base, height 30cm. £60 - £90

760 769 A 19th Century mahogany postman’s clock with Roman numerals to a pink and white enamelled dial above twin brass weights, dial diameter 17cm. £100 - £150 770 A late 19th Century architectural eight day strike mahogany mantle clock with Roman numerals to a silvered chapter ring and brass spandrels, flanked by Corinthian columns, height 40cm, presentation plaque to front. £100 - £150

763 762 A Tartanware thimble case, a needle box, a stamp case with four similar items and three pieces of Mauchline ware include a money box with a scene of Bournemouth width 8cm (10). £100 - £150

771 A late 19th Century architectural oak aneroid barometer, circular register below silvered thermometer flanked by twin turned columns and broken arch top pediment with central urn finial, height 98cm. £100 - £150

763 Taxidermy - A cased Jack pike in naturalistic river setting, 106cm x 41.5cm. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200 764 A late 19th and early 20th Century copper and brass bulkhead ships lantern, height 50cm. £60 - £90 765 An Art Deco cylindrical plated two handled ice bucket, height 23cm. £40 - £60 766 A Middle Eastern white metal bangle with central locking pin, width 11.5cm. £40 - £60

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767 767 Lucy Lyons (20th Century) - A bronze study of a violinist ‘Maureen’, signed on a polished black plinth base, height 39cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 768 A pair of framed marquetry book covers, the central cartouche named a Anne and dated 1871, 30cm x 21cm (2). £50 - £80

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772 An Edwardian brass oil lamp with clear shade and reservoir on stepped black base, height 58cm. £70 - £90 773 A late 19th Century brass oil lamp with yellow shade and reservoir on circular base, height 70cm. £70 - £100

776 A silver topped walking cane with three horn examples four others and a swagger stick (10). £60 - £90 777 A collection of papier mache, plated and other snuff bottles, also knife rests, Festival of Britain coins etc (qty). £60 - £90 778 No lot 779 A 20th Century Russian papier mache box painted with a winter troika scene, width 15.5cm and a similar box of a girl wearing a red dress, width 5cm (2). £80 - £120 780 An Edwardian onyx mantle clock of classical form with eight day striking movement on a gong, height 28cm. £60 - £90 781 A 19th Century carved walnut Gothic barometer, the scale inscribed Mark Hill, Birmingham, height 109cm. £70 - £100 782 An Art Nouveau oak smokers cabinet, the fitted pipe rack enclosed by a beaten copper panel door, width 31cm. £60 - £90


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784 783 Taxidermy - A cased cock and hen pheasant in naturalistic setting, glazed cased 83cm x 46cm. £60 - £90 784 A 19th Century mahogany bachelors chest of four graduated long drawers, complete with fitted brushing slide and raised to bracket feet, width 86cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 785 A 19th Century mahogany commode, with a fall-front cupboard over a deep drawer and bracket feet, with brass carry handles to the sides, width 52cm. £50 - £80 786 A 19th Century French Empire period bronze occasional table after the antique, the circular top set with a central medallion depicting the Augustin poet, Virgil, reading to two companions, raised to a slender column and triform base with cloven hoof foot, height 80cm and diameter 34cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £500 - £800 787 A pair of late Regency simulated rosewood and rosewood veneered elbow chairs, each with inlaid brass detail to the upper yoke above a carved splat with further inlaid detail, raised to a sabre leg, S/D. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150

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788 A late Regency mahogany elbow chair with brass inlaid yoke, two bar splat and reeded frame with sabre legs. £40 - £60 789 A 19th Century oak and mahogany crossbanded longcase clock, the painted arch dial signed Ja Chapman March with eight day striking movement enclosed by a glazed pillar hood over a short trunk door and canted plinth base, height 214cm. £150 - £200

793 793 An early 20th Century high back oak and elm seat settle, with internal arm rests, width 91cm. £60 - £90 794 An 18th Century oak and mahogany crossbanded mule chest, with triple panelled front above two drawers on stiles, width 140cm. £100 - £150

790 A carved oak refectory dining table in the 17th Century style, the moulded edge top over a dentil frieze on turned fluted legs united by rail stretchers, length 182cm. £120 - £180 791 A 19th Century oak breakfront dresser and rack, the central section fitted with four drawers flanked by two further drawers and cupboards, turned handles on an apron bracket plinth, length 171cm. £150 - £200 792 A 19th Century crossbanded and line inlaid tilt top rectangular breakfast table on turned pedestal and splayed legs terminating in brass feet, width 140cm. £100 - £150

795 795 An 18th Century and later converted carved oak floorstanding cupboard, the triple panel front over a fret carved plinth base, width 102cm. £50 - £80 796 A Victorian oak linen press, the fitted interior enclosed by a pair of panelled doors over two short and three long drawers, turned wood handles on bracket feet, width 126cm. £100 - £150

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797 (part) 797 Two late 19th to early 20th Century terracotta twin handled campana shaped urns with wrythen shaped stems, one 62cm high and the other A/F and 65cm high, together with two pedestals of naturalistic tree stump form relief moulded with foliate detail, 58cm and 51cm in height. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 798 A pair of late 19th to early 20th Century cast iron garden bench ends with acanthus scroll detail, height 78cm. £50 - £80 799 A Victorian rosewood chaise longue with foliate detail to the frame, width 182cm. £200 - £300 800 A late Victorian rosewood salon armchair with foliate top crest and acanthus detail to the frame, together with a side chair ensuite. (2). ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

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801 A late 19th to early 20th Century mahogany framed settee together with a pair of matching open armchairs, with Adam style top rails above cabriole front legs and with Regency stripe upholstery. (3). £150 - £200

805 An Oriental Export hardwood jardiniere stand, with a circular rouge marble inset top above a foliate and fret carved apron and raised to four legs united by a cross stretcher, height 92cm. £100 - £150

802 A Victorian mahogany framed prie dieu or prayer chair, with a foliate carved top crest and acanthus scroll front legs, with a tapestry upholstered back panel, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

806 A white marble pedestal with a turned gun barrel shaped support over a square base, height 76cm, together with a similar alabaster pedestal, height 77cm, both A/F. (2). £80 - £120

803 A William IV mahogany framed sofa with roll arms above squat reeded front legs, later applied castors, width 246cm. £200 - £300 804 A oak drum or rent table of octagonal form, fitted with four frieze drawers above a turned pedestal over three outswept legs with lions paw feet, diameter 111cm. £100 - £150

Each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%

808 A brass ecclesiastical style standard lamp, with a pierced gallery and script motto to the central band, raised to four columns over a stepped circular base with lions paw feet, height to gallery 151cm. £100 - £150 809 A 19th Century mahogany longcase clock with an eight day movement, the hood with turned pillar supports enclosing the 14 inch painted moonphase dial with subsidiary seconds and date dials, height 236cm. £200 - £300

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807 An early 20th Century Oriental Export hardwood jardiniere stand or occasional table of square form, with an inset rouge marble top and with inlaid mother of pearl detail, height 81cm and 46cm square. ILLUSTRATED. £150 - £200

810 A George III mahogany feather banded fall-front bureau, with a fitted interior above four graduated long drawers and ogee bracket feet, width 99cm, A/F. £100 - £150


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811 An Art Deco ash and rosewood veneered triple door armoire or wardrobe in the manner of Jean Favre, with a central mirror panel door above the stepped plinth base, with a fitted interior, height 180cm, width 217cm and depth 62cm, S/D. £100 - £200 812 An early 20th Century oak writing desk with canted corners, enclosing a fitted interior above turned and tapered legs, width 93cm. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120 813 A Victorian walnut oval loo table, raised to a turned pedestal above four outswept legs with applied porcelain castors, diameter 120cm, S/D. £50 - £80 814 An early 20th Century mahogany and pine schoolmaster’s desk, the galleried top with twin inkwell recesses over the hinged top and panelled sides, width 97cm. £50 - £80 815 A nest of three walnut quarter veneered occasional tables with serpentine borders, raised to turned stretcher frames, height of the largest table 62cm and width 50cm. (3). £50 - £80 816 A Victorian walnut two tier occasional table of cartouche form, with spiral turned columns above porcelain castors, height 68cm and width 61cm. £80 - £120

812 (closed) 817 A Victorian walnut graduated four tier corner what-not, with foliate inlaid frieze panels and gallery, height 135cm and width 66cm, S/D. £50 - £80 818 A late 20th Century mahogany and walnut side table of cartouche form, the parquetry veneered top with gilt metal mounts, fitted with a single frieze drawer above an under tier, height 71cm and width 68cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 819 A three tier what-not bracket shelf of architectural form, in a black painted finish, with a stepped cornice over turned supports and a single drawer to the base, height 94cm and width 63cm. £50 - £80 820 A Victorian and later rosewood four tier what-not with turned supports, height 81cm and width 60cm, S/D. £50 - £80 821 An early 20th Century stained beech bentwood hat and coat stand, with eight scroll shaped double hooks above a four section stick stand to the base, height 194cm. £80 - £120

812 (open) 822 A 19th Century mahogany D-end dining table, with rosewood crossbanded borders and with line inlaid detail to the apron, raised to square tapered legs with spade feet, complete with two insert leaves, some later repairs, width 119cm and extending to 238cm in length. £100 - £150 823 An early 20th Century settle, with mahogany capitals to a pine frame, with turned front feet, later upholstery, width 189cm. £50 - £80 824 An 18th Century and later oak long case clock, with eight day and rocking ship movement, the dial signed ‘Fran. Careswell, Salop’ enclosed by a glazed hood and later associated carved case on plinth base, height 225cm. £400 - £600 825 A mid 19th Century longcase clock, the painted broken arch dial signed ‘Beavington, Stourbridge’, enclosed by a pillared glazed door and hood over a crossbanded plinth base, height 241cm. £80 - £120

818 826 An early 20th Century French bedside cabinet with an inset rouge marble top, fitted with a single frieze drawer above a porcelain lined cupboard and turned and tapered legs, height 85cm and width 42cm. £80 - £120 827 A late 19th to early 20th Century tray top pot cupboard, fitted with a single drawer above the panel door and a plinth base, height 81cm, together with a similar pot cupboard, height 80cm, S/D. (2). £80 - £120 828 A late 19th Century oak Glastonbury chair, with parquetry inlaid back panel. £80 - £120 829 A pair of early 20th Century line inlaid mahogany salon chairs, with marquetry inlaid detail to the pierced lyre shaped back splats, all over cabriole front legs. (2). £50 - £80 830 A 19th Century rosewood work table of rectangular form, fitted with a single frieze drawer above trestle supports united by a turned stretcher, width 61cm, S/D. £40 - £60

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832 831 A late Victorian child’s correction chair with a carved splat back, turned supports and a bergere seat, S/D, together with an early 20th Century inlaid mahogany corner armchair. (2). £40 - £60 832 An early 20th Century mahogany balloon back open armchair Prince of Wales feathers central splat, the foliate carved frame above tapered legs and with tapestry upholstered seat and arm squabs. £50 - £80 833 An 18th Century oak longcase clock by William Parker Wolverhampton, with eight day striking movement enclosed by a glazed pillared hood over a shaped long trunk door on canted plinth base, height 202cm. £200 - £300 834 An Edwardian line inlaid mahogany three piece salon suite, with rosewood marquetry inlaid panels, comprising two armchairs and a settee, width 148cm, all in floral button-down upholstery. (3). £200 - £300

834 836 A set of four William IV mahogany bar back dining chairs on reeded front legs and slip in gold damask seats in the Gillows style (4). £80 - £120 837 A 20th Century oak longcase clock with 30 hour striking movement brass dial and silver chapter ring enclosed by a fluted hood over a bevelled glazed door on canted plinth base, height 188cm. £70 - £100 838 An Edwardian line and marquetry inlaid display cabinet enclosed by a pair of bar glazed doors over a panel base on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet, width 90cm. £120 - £150 839 A late 19th Century carved Black Forrest hall chair the panel back and seat with marquetry inlay depicting a stag on shaped legs to the front. NB - These hall chairs often had a musical compartment hidden under the seat, however this example has no mechanical components. ILLUSTRATED. £80 - £120

835 An Edwardian mahogany oval dining table, the oval top above a plain frieze on scroll leaf carved cabriole legs terminating in claw and ball feet, 176cm (opened). £100 - £150

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Each lot is subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 24% inclusive of VAT @ 20%

840 840 An Edwardian marquetry and line inlaid display cabinet enclosed by a pair of coloured leaded light doors on cabriole legs, width 106cm. ILLUSTRATED. £100 - £150 841 A pair of early 20th Century armchairs, the frames of serpentine outline, later upholstered in grey fabric above stained beech cabriole front legs with concealed brass castors. (2). £100 - £150


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842 An Arts and Crafts beaten copper framed oval wall mirror with lozenge mounts, width 82cm. £60 - £90 843 An oak dresser canopy constructed from some earlier panels and timbers, the frieze panel with three carved mask mounts above twin turned pillar supports and a triple fielded back panel flanked by four carved caryatids, height 109cm and width 179cm. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300 844 A dapple grey painted pine rocking horse in the manner of J. Collinson of Liverpool, raised to a beech H-form trestle stand, height 97cm and length of base 110cm, S/D. ILLUSTRATED. £200 - £300

845 A William IV style mahogany extending dining table the moulded edge top over a plain frieze on turned legs and brass cup castors with two extra leaves, 220cm extended. £120 - £180 846 A set of four Victorian mahogany balloon back dining chairs and two matching pairs of dining chairs, each upholstered in mauve stripped design (8). £70 - £100 847 An 18th Century oak mule chest, the hinged top of a triple fielded panel front above two drawers on stiles, width 126cm. £80 - £120

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848 A Victorian mahogany framed balloon back easy chair upholstered in pale green buttoned plush on turned reeded legs to the front. £50 - £80

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Fieldings Auctioneers

We offer a limited postage and packing service within the U.K. only and at the auctioneers’ discretion. For information please contact us. All liabilities are with the buyer. We confidently suggest the following agents as alternatives: Mailboxes 79 Friar Street,Worcester, WR1 2NT Tel: 01905 732830 Email: info@mbeworcester.co.uk Website: www.mbe.co.uk/worcester Unit 38 Wombourne Enterprise Park, Bridgnorth Road Wolverhampton WV5 0AL Tel: 01902 475212 Email: thatsyourlot@outlook.com

After the sale, all items are transferred to our warehouse. Neither storage nor handling fees are charged for the first 7 days. After this time charges are made. (Please refer to our terms and conditions of business). When collecting furniture, owners will need to arrange collection times with our office and provide 48 hours advance notice. If an agent is collecting furniture we would require the third party to supply proof of identity and authorisation from the buyer.

AUCTION CALENDAR 2018

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Saturday 1st December

Silver & Jewellery

Saturday 5th January

The January Sale

Saturday 2nd February

The February Sale

auction Previews

Thursday prior to each sale - 10am-4pm Friday prior to each sale - 10am-7pm Morning of each sale - 8am-9.30am

auction times

Auctions commence at 9.30am

auction Location

All auctions are held at our auction house premises at Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN.

Important Notes

All details are correct at the time of printing and should be verified with Fieldings Auctioneers beforehand. All dates are confirmed on our website.


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Commission bids are left at the bidders own risk. Neither Fieldings auctioneers Limited nor their representatives shall be responsible for any errors in executing such bids For further information please refer to Conditions of absentee Bidding and the terms and Conditions of Business at the rear of this catalogue Buyers Premium 24% Vat inclusive Storage charges of £5 per lot per day apply after 14 days 79


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Fieldings Auctioneers Limited Terms and Conditions of Business The Company provides the services of auctioneers subject to these Conditions (which can only be varied in writing where signed by a director of the Company).

Buyers 1. These conditions, together with any additional conditions appearing in the catalogue, are the terms and conditions subject to which Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd. (The Auctioneers) as agents for the vendor shall sell goods to the purchaser (The Bidder) and all other conditions, whether express, or implied at common law, or by statute, as are capable of lawful exclusion are hereby excluded. By participating in this sale all vendors and purchasers agree to be bound by these conditions and are deemed to have read and have full knowledge of them. 2. The highest bidder shall be the buyer at the hammer price except in the case of a dispute. If during the auction the auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, he has absolute discretion to settle it or to re-offer the lot. 3. The Auctioneers have the right to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots together or to withdraw any lot or lots from sale, regulate the bidding, refuse bids or cancel the sale without giving any notice or reason whatsoever. 4. The Auctioneers have the right at their discretion to refuse entry to their premises or attendance at their auctions of any person. 5. Whilst The Auctioneers make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogue and description of any lot they do not accept responsibility regarding authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot. All goods are sold with faults and imperfections and errors of description. If they have been instructed in writing by the vendor to certify a lot. The Auctioneers do so as agents of the vendor and are not themselves responsible for such claims. All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally are statements of opinion and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact. All Bidders should rely on their own judgment as to matters affecting any lot. 6. The Auctioneer shall only accept bids from the purchasers who have, to the auctioneers’ satisfaction, completed a registration form and obtained a bidding number. 7. Persons attending the auction site and premises do so at their own risk. Except in respect of death or personal injury caused by the Auctioneers’ negligence, the Auctioneers shall not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur on the auction site or premises. 8. The bidder shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 24% VAT inclusive* on the hammer price. The Premium is NOT negotiable and is payable by ALL purchasers. Deposits for exceptional lots maybe requested by the auctioneer immediately at the fall of the hammer. The bidder also agrees that the auctioneers may also receive commission from the Vendor in accordance clause 20. 8a. In accordance with Money Laundering Regulations of 2017 Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd will no longer accept single cash payments exceeding £8,800 (€10,000). 8b. In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006 all lots marked 3 which sell for €1,000 or more are subject to a resale royalty charge (“Royalty”). This Royalty is payable by the Bidder. The Royalty will be charged at a rate of 4% of the total hammer price (exclusive of Bidder’s premium which is payable under clause 8a) for lots selling for amounts up to €50,000. For lots selling in excess of €50,001, the Royalty shall be calculated at a reduced rate (details available on request). The Royalty is not subject to VAT and is payable in sterling calculated on the day of sale at the prevailing rate of exchange. Payment shall be passed directly to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) 33 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DX. For further information please contact the Auctioneers or DACS on 0845 4103410 or visit their website at www.dacs.org.uk 9. Immediately after a lot is sold the Bidder shall: give to the Auctioneers his name and address, and, if requested, proof of identity; and pay to the Auctioneers, all sums due to the Vendor and the Auctioneers in respect of such lot. 10. In all cases lots shall remain at the risk of the Vendor save that lots shall be at the sole risk of the Bidder form the fall of the hammer, and such lots shall be taken away with all faults, defects and errors of description, of any nature whatsoever. Neither the Auctioneers, nor their servants or agents shall at any time be responsible for any loss or damage to lots whether caused by negligence or

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otherwise. No purchaser shall be entitled to remove any lot until he or she has paid for the whole of the lots purchased. 11. All lots shall be removed ON THE DAY OF THE SALE unless prior arrangement has been agreed with The Auctioneers. Items not collected shall be liable for storage charges at £5.00 per lot per day. Neither the Auctioneers nor any third party shall be responsible for any damage, theft or loss occurring during this period. All items stored by the Auctioneers shall be at the risk of the Bidder. 12. If the Bidder fails to comply with these conditions, any deposit paid by the Bidder shall be forfeited to the Vendor of the lot, he paying out of it all just expenses of the Auctioneers and the lot shall be resold by public auction or private sale and the deficiency (if any) arising upon the resale together with the expenses of it shall be due as a debt from the Bidder in default upon the first sale. 13. a) Ownership in each lot shall not pass to the Bidder until full payment has been made (in cleared funds) of all sums due to the Vendor and the Auctioneers pursuant to these Conditions. b). Until such time as ownership of the lot passes to the Bidder the Vendor and the Auctioneers shall be able to enter onto any premises of the Bidder, or any third party where the goods are being stored and repossess the goods or be entitled at any time to require the Bidder to deliver up the Goods to the Vendor and/or the Auctioneers. 14. Any payments by the Bidder to the Auctioneers may be applied by the Auctioneers towards any sum owing from the Bidder to the Auctioneers, without regard to any directions of the Bidder or his agent, whether express or implied as to how that payment should be applied.

Online Bidding Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale.

payable by the Bidder in accordance with clause 8 above. A “sale entry / internet marketing” charge of £6-00 (VAT inclusive) will be applied to all lots, sold or otherwise, on each sale offering. The auctioneers shall remit the proceeds of the sale to the Vendor (subject to the deduction of all sums i.e. commissions and charges, due from the Vendor to the Auctioneers) no later than four weeks after receiving payment in full from the Bidder. In the event of the lots remaining unsold the vendor shall be liable to pay the Auctioneer the above “sale entry / internet marketing” charge on each lot. 21. The Auctioneers do not undertake the collection of goods but shall however if desired instruct a contractor on the Vendors behalf and at his expense. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for any damage, loss, or unauthorised removal of goods and for any damage to premises by such contractors. 22. The Auctioneer shall not be liable for any lots delivered to their premises without sale instruction and reserve the right to make a housing charge, this charge is also applicable to lots that have been requested to be collected by the Auctioneers. If not removed within two working weeks the Auctioneers hold the right to sell the items in order to recover any costs incurred by them. 23. Unless instructed by accompanying written notice, all goods, which the Auctioneers deem to have no saleable value, will be disposed of at the Auctioneers discretion either to a charity or by consignment for destruction. 24. The Vendor will indemnify the Auctioneers, its servants and agents and the Bidder against any loss or damage suffered by either in consequence of any breach of clause 15 and/ or 16 above or otherwise of these Conditions on the part of the Vendor.

In completing the bidder registration on www.thesaleroom.com and providing your credit card details (and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd) you:

25. Any sums due, but unpaid, by the Vendor or the Bidder pursuant to these conditions shall carry interest (as well as after judgment) at the rate of 4% above Royal Bank of Scotland plc base rate from time to time from the due date until payment, such interest to be compounded monthly.

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authorise Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale.

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

Vendors 15. The vendor warrants to the Auctioneer and to the Bidder that he/she is the true owner of the lot or is properly authorised to sell the lot by the true owner and is able to transfer the goods and marketable title to the lot free from any third party claims, liens or encumbrances. 16. The Vendor warrants to the Auctioneers and the Bidder that the goods as described and in particular as to the provenance and condition. The Vendor further warrants that any damage or non working parts have been fully declared to the Auctioneers and that the Vendor has provided the Auctioneers with all the information the Vendor has concerning the provenance of the property. 17. The Auctioneers act throughout as agents only and are not responsible for any default by either the Vendor or the Bidder. The Auctioneers shall not be liable for paying for paying the Vendor until they have received settlement in full (in cleared funds) of all sums due from the Bidder. 18. A vendor who enters a lot or lots for auction which are an asset of his/her business must disclose to the Auctioneers whether or not they are registered for Value Added Tax, at the current rate. 19. The vendor shall be entitled to place prior to the sale a reserve on any lot, being the minimum hammer price at which the said lot may be treated as sold. Where a reserve has been placed the auctioneer may bid on behalf of the vendor. 20. Commission shall be charged at a rate of 18% VAT inclusive* for sale entries, in each case, of the hammer price. Special rates are negotiable for large consignments of items. The Vendor hereby authorizes the Auctioneers to deduct all commission payable from the hammer price and acknowledges the Auctioneers right to retain the premium

• All lots marked with an asterisk (*) denote Value Added Tax at the current rate on the hammer price. • The word “style” within a lot description denotes that, in our opinion, the item is a more recent copy of a period item. • “S/D” after a description denotes “Slight Damage”. • “A/F” after a description denotes “As Found”. • “Bears name/signature” in our opinion possibly, but not necessarily, by the hand.

Paintings & Drawings: Catalogue Terms • Forename(s) and surname of the artist ~ in our opinion a work by the artist. (When the artist forename(s) is not known a series of asterisks with or without initials). • Initials of the forename(s) and the surname of the artist ~ in our opinion a work of the period of the artist which maybe in part or totally his work. • Surname of the artist only ~ in our opinion a work in the style of the artist, contemporary or nearly contemporary, not necessarily a pupil. • Attributed to ~ in our opinion probably a work by the artist. • Signed ~ in our opinion the signature of the artist. • After ~ in our opinion a copy of the artist. • “Bears name/signature” in our opinion possibly, but not necessarily, by the hand of the artist.

General Conditions 27. The Auctioneers shall be relieved of its contractual obligations to the extent that the performance thereof is prevented, frustrated, impeded or delayed directly or indirectly by or in consequence of any default by the buyer or vendor, statue, regulation or order of any government, council or other authority, riot, public disorder, strike, industrial dispute, lock out or other labour disturbance, storm, flood, explosion or other natural disaster or any other clause beyond the reasonable control of the Auctioneers. 28. These terms and conditions shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law and any dispute or action that may arise shall be dealt with in accordance with English Law in an English Court. *VAT payable at the current rate


Directions

From the North & East From Junction 3 of the M5 follow A456/A491 for Stourbridge, from Stourbridge ring road take the A491 north, Mill Race Lane is the first right after the junction.

From the South From Junction 4 of the M5 follow the A491 for Stourbridge, from Stourbridge ring road take the A491 north, Mill Race Lane is the first right after the junction.

By Rail From Birmingham Snow Hill and Worcester to Stourbridge Town, via Stourbridge Junction. Approximately 15 minutes walk from the station.

Forthcoming Sale Dates Saturday 1st December – Silver & Jewellery Saturday 5th January – The January Sale Saturday 2nd February – The February Sale

Conditions of Absentee Bidding

All successful bids are subject to a charge of 24% (VAT inclusive) buyers premium on the hammer price.

Fieldings Auctioneers execute bids as a convenience. Whilst every care is taken in carrying out bids, neither Fieldings Auctioneers nor their staff can be held responsible for any errors made or failure to execute bids.

Reference and bidding slips should arrive 24 hours prior to the day of sale.

You may permit the auctioneer to increase your bid by one increment to secure the sale on your behalf by indicating “plus one” after your bid amount. If you do not wish us to exceed the figure noted, please mark your bid “maximum”.

In the event that two identical commission bids are received, the bid that was received first will prevail.

If you leave an odd bid, the auctioneer reserves the right to increase your bid to the next highest figure.

Your attention is drawn to the terms and conditions of business of Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd.


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