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The November Sale Saturday 16th November 2019 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

Kayleigh Davies MNAVA

Rachel Houston-Holland

Picture Consultant

Valuer and Auctioneer General

Valuer and Auctioneer Asian Art

bill@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

kayleigh@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

rachel@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Judith Woolgar

Ellie Bertram

June Emery

Accounts Manager

Administrative Assistant

Receptionist

judith@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

ellie@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

june@fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk

Lee Coldrick

Jay Tristram

Isla Davies

Head Porter and Saleroom Assistant

Photographer and Porter

Saleroom Dog

@islafieldingsdog


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Thursday 14th November Friday 15th November Morning of the sale from

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

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

Sale number 0238

Front cover: Lot 435 Back cover: Lot 161 Order of sale: Lot 800

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 that all emails requesting condition reports and images must be received by close of business on Thursday 14th November. All commission bids submitted by email must be received before close of business on Friday 15th 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.

Bid online at our auction through

www.the-saleroom.com


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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 info@thats-your-lot.co.uk

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.

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 - 217

5 - 23

Glass

218 - 378

24 - 34

Paintings and Prints

379 - 491

35 - 49

Stamps, Postcards and Ephemera

492 - 523

50 - 51

Toys

524 - 621

52 - 57

Collectables

622 - 806

58 - 71

Furniture

807 - 955

72 - 81

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1-217 Pottery

1 1 A Minton Secessionist Ware vase by Leon Victor Solon of tapered ovoid form with narrow collar neck tube line decorated with stylised flowers in cream over a deep magenta ground, printed marks. £100 - £200 2 A Japanese Meiji period (18671912) Satsuma vase, of tapered square section rising from a spreading circular footrim, each of the four sides heavily enamelled with immortals and samurai before a gilded ground, signed to base, height 19cm. £80 - £120 3 A Japanese Meiji (1867-1912) period Satsuma vase, of tapered ovoid form terminating at a folded upper rim, the ivory coloured and gilt speckled ground picked out with depictions of bijin and processions of figures, unsigned, height 12cm. £40 - £60

2 4 A collection of Japanese Meiji (1867-1912) period satsuma vases, to include three examples, each of varying form, similarly decorated with figural and foliate designs, 10cm, 18.5cm and 30.5cm, all with damages. (3) £80 - £120 5 A small group of Japanese Meiji period (1867-1912) Satsuma wares, to include a tripod Koro, a lidded pot-pourri vase and a small twin handled bottle vase, each similarly decorated with polychrome and gilt enamels, picked out in gilt, all signed, size ranging 11cm to 13cm. (3) £150 - £200

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6 A collection of six Palissy style terracotta dishes, each with the border edge decorated with lizards and foliage, some glazed only to the central well or border edge with a Wheildon type glaze, the others with the same glaze to the entirety, comprising two oval dishes, length 37cm, two rectangular dishes and two circular dishes. (6)

8 A Ruskin Pottery crystalline square sectioned part lamp base in tonal brown and orange, impressed mark to base, height 25cm.

£50 - £70 7 A pair of Royal Worcester figural two tiered comports modelled by James Hadley in the style of Kate Greenaway, circa 1860s, the first shape 936 with a standing girl and a seated boy beneath a tree, the second shape 937 with a seated girl and a standing boy, in white with painted features and gilt detailing, impressed marks, height 19.5cm. (2) £350 - £400

£80 - £120 9 A large later 20th Century Poole Pottery Studio plaque decorated by Tony Morris with a dragonfly over foliage and a deep red ground, printed and painted marks to the reverse, diameter 41cm. £200 - £300 10 A later 20th Century Poole Pottery Studio plaque decorated with an abstract design in mixed palette, marked to the reverse TRIAL K 99, diameter 26cm. £150 - £200 11 A Walt Disney part set of 1930s toothbrush holders in the form of Snow White together with five of the seven dwarves, height of tallest 15cm. £100 - £150

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14 A later 20th Century Dennis China Works Imogen plate commissioned by B. Thornton and designed by Sally Tuffin, decorated to the border with ‘Fear no more the heat of the sun nor the furious winter rages’ around a central floral medallion, impressed and painted marks, diameter 25cm. £50 - £80

16 12 A Clarice Cliff Jonquil pattern Globe shape trio circa 1933 comprising cup, saucer and side plate hand painted with a band of stylised flowers and foliage above a Delecia streaked ground, Bizarre mark. £60 - £80

15 A collection of 19th Century and later Japanese Imari wares to include a scalloped edged or Kikugato style plates, three bowls, a baluster vase with flared rim and three other vases (13) £50 - £80 16 A Royal Doulton figure Jack Point HN610, height 17cm, painted initials T.P to base, S/D. £80 - £100

13 Three pieces of 1930s to 1940s Poole Pottery comprising a V pattern vase, height 23cm, a ZY pattern vase, height 16cm and a VT pattern jug, impressed marks. (3)

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17 An early 20th Century Royal Doulton ‘fifth edition’ catalogue with full colour and black and white pages showing the available wares to include Art Ware, Series Ware, teawares, dinner sets, wash sets etc, complete with paper index, no date, 22cm x 14.5cm.

18 An early 20th Century Doulton & Co hardback Illustrated Catalogue with full colour pages showing the then available wares to include fancy wash sets, toilet sets, plates, dinner wares etc, no date. £50 - £80

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

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19 A pair of late 19th Century Macintyre & Co twin handled vases each decorated in a design by William Moorcroft with stylised poppy flowers with blue foliage and gilt detailing, printed mark, height 22cm, both S/D.

23 Three pieces of Moorcroft Pottery comprising a small Freesia pattern baluster vase, height 9cm, a Frilled Orchid footed bowl, diameter 8cm and an Anemone pattern footed bowl, diameter 11cm, all with impressed marks. (3)

£60 - £80

£80 - £120 24 A Wenford Bridge studio pottery tea kettle decorated with a tonal peach glaze with incised squiggle design, impressed seal mark, height 20cm, together with a Seth Cardew kettle with brush stroke decoration, impressed seal mark, height 20cm. (2) £60 - £80

20 20 A Royal Doulton character jug ‘The Clown’, printed mark, height 16cm. £80 - £120 21 A Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Frilled Orchid pattern with tubelined flowers against a green wash ground, impressed marks beneath Potters to the late Queen Mary paper label, height 12.5cm together with a Moorcroft Anemone pattern vase, height 12.5cm, A/F. (2) £80 - £120 22 Three 1960s studio pottery vases each with bands of abstract design, unmarked but in the style of Tremaen or Bernard Rooke, tallest 14.5cm. (3) £30 - £50

25 A Beswick Hereford cow, model 1360 and a Beswick Hereford bull, model 1363B, both Ch. of Champions, printed marks. (2) £50 - £80 26 A Rosenthal Christmas 1987 'Christmas Carols on Porcelain Hark the Herald Angels Sing' wall plate designed by Bjorn Wiinblad, diameter 28cm together with a lobed cylinder vase with a transfer decorated scene, height 20cm (2) £50 - £80 27 A pair of Bjorn Wiinblad tin glazed candlesticks each modelled as a seated bird with hand painted stylised decoration, each with a hat forming the sconce, painted marks, dated 84, height 20cm. £120 - £150

34 28 Two post war Swedish vases comprising a Soholm cylinder vase with applied sunburst motif, height 20.5cm, and a Jie Gantofta vase of swollen form glazed in a speckled brown, height 18cm, together with a high sided bowl with a white slip trail squiggle design over the brown ground, faint impressed mark, diameter 14.5cm. (3) £30 - £50 29 A Jorgen Mogensen for Royal Copenhagen post war candlestick, the single sconce of flared form affixed to a high sided bowl, the whole in a celadon glaze, printed marks, height 17cm, together with a Rorstrand vase of compressed form glazed in tones of brown, height 13cm. (2) £40 - £60 30 A late 19th Century Copeland ‘Spode’s Florentine’ water jug decorated with relief moulded Bacchanalian scenes with cherubs and grape vines, the handle formed as gnarled tree branches, printed mark, height 25cm. £50 - £80 31 A French rectangular porcelain plaque hand painted with a Paris scene, bears indistinct factory mark, visible size 46cm x 30.5cm.

32 A pair of late 19th to early 20th Century Royal Doulton, Slaters Patent Chine ware bottle vases, impressed marks, height 26cm £80 - £120 33 A pair of early 20th Century table salts each formed as two conjoined bowls with a loop handle, both decorated with hand painted birds and foliage, both bear Meissen cross swords marks, both striked through, length 9cm. £60 - £80 34 An early 20th Century Moorcroft Florian Ware twin handled footed bowl decorated to the exterior with tubelined peacock feathers in tones of blue and green, the interior with a running garland of flowers, painted W. Moorcroft des in green, length 14cm, A/F. £80 - £120 35 A set of eight Royal Doulton series ware cabinet plates, comprising The Admiral D.6278, The Mayor D.6283, The Parson D.6280, The Hunting Man D.6282, The Squire D.6284, The Jester D.6277, The Doctor D.6281, The Falconer D.6279, 26cm diameter. £40 - £60

£80 - £120

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40 A Beswick horse model of H.M Queen Elizabeth II, mounted on Imperial, trooping the colour 1957, printed mark, with plinth, 28cm, together with a model of H.R.H The Duke of Edinburgh mounted on Alamein, trooping the colour 1957, printed mark, with plinth, both S/D. (2) £100 - £150 41 A pair of Masons Aesthetic baluster vases each decorated with Chinoiserie figures against an orange ground with blue and gilt fish scale borders, printed mark, height 20.5cm.

40 36 A contemporary studio pottery vase by Bridget Drakeford, the body glazed in a pale yellow with a manganese dribble border to the flared neck, incised mark, height 25cm. £60 - £80 37 A late 19th Century Copeland breakfast set comprising teapot and stand, twelve teacups and saucers, eight coffee cups, twelve side plates, two cake plates, milk jug, lemon bowl and slop bowl decorated with a border of hand tinted sheaves of corn. (qty)

38 A Beswick horse, Arkle Champion Steeplechaser shield mark, with plinth, 28cm.

£60 - £80 42 A boxed of assorted ornaments to include small Royal Doulton character jugs, Royal Worcester candle snuffers, Beswick birds and royal commemorative glasses. (qty)

£40 - £60 39 A pair of late 18th to early 19th Century hand painted Delft vases of compressed baluster form, the first decorated with a man stood beside an urn smoking a pipe, the second with cattle in a landscape, both signed L. P Kam, both lacking covers, height 22cm, S/D.

£100 - £150 43 A pair of late 19th to early 20th Century Doulton Burslem oval flow blue Blue Children plaques, both framed, visible size 13cm x 9.5cm. (2)

£100 - £150

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

£70 - £90 45 A large Moorcroft vase of globe and shaft form decorated in the Clematis pattern with tubelined flowers and foliage against a blue wash ground, impressed signature mark and initialled in blue, height 26cm. £70 - £90 46 A large framed Sevres circular plaque hand painted with a portrait of Marie-Thérèse d’Autriche (1638 - 1683) after the original by Jean Petitot (1607 - 1691), within a gilt border and a turquoise blue edge, bears obscured mark verso, visible diameter 45cm. £400 - £600 47 Two Moorcroft footed bowls, the first decorated in the Clematis pattern, the second in the Magnolia pattern, both with tubelined flowers against a blue wash ground, printed marks, largest diameter 21cm. (2) £40 - £60

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44 Five Royal Doulton Flow Blue, Blue Children vases of varying form decorated with scenes of children, printed marks, tallest 21cm, S/D. (5)

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48 A large Royal Doulton twin handled commemorative loving cup for The Coronation of George VI and Elizabeth, May 1937, numbered 733 from a limited edition of 2000, height 27cm.

52 A Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Rose, Thistle and Shamrock pattern, designed by Nicola Slaney, impressed and painted marks signed under and over the glaze N. Slaney, 16cm.

56 A twin handled Clarice Cliff, Newport Pottery Celtic Harvest fruit bowl, printed mark, length 29cm, together with a matching jug with high loop handle and a preserve pot and cover. (3)

£60 - £80

£50 - £80

£50 - £80

49 A large Royal Doulton twin handled commemorative loving cup celebrating the reign of Edward VIII, numbered 834 from a limited edition of 2000, height 27cm.

53 A Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Forever England pattern, designed by Vicky Lovatt, impressed and painted marks, 9cm.

57 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre Gayday pattern footed bowl decorated with a band of flowers above a brown and green bands, printed Wilkinson mark, diameter 22cm.

£30 - £50

£50 - £80

54 A large Royal Doulton twin handled commemorative loving cup for The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, numbered 455 from a limited edition of 1000, height 27cm.

58 A Royal Staffordshire Pottery, A.J Wilkinson pottery Honeyglaze bowl decorated in the Spring Crocus pattern, printed mark, diameter 19.5cm, together with two matching Newport Pottery side plates. (3)

£60 - £80 50 A Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Diamond Jubilee pattern, designed by Nicola Slaney, impressed and painted marks signed under and over the glaze N. Slaney, 11cm. £50 - £80 51 A 1930s Susie Cooper Art Deco tea for two comprising a Kestrel teapot, two teacups, two saucers, milk jug, sugar bowl and a small side plate, each decorated in the orange Tango pattern, printed marks, A/F. £40 - £60

£60 - £80 55 A Moorcroft Pottery jug decorated in the Sonoma pattern ,designed by Rachel Bishop, impressed and painted marks, 16cm. £30 - £50

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59 60 An Italian model of a Hussair on horseback, raised to a shaped rectangular plinth, indistinct signature, painted to the reverse Garde Imperiale Garde d’honneur, stamped Made in Italy, height 38cm, S/D. £40 - £60 61 A 1940s Clarice Cliff Wilkinson pottery part dinner service comprising thirteen side plates, fourteen dinner plates, four meat plates (one 29cm in length, two 32cm and one 37cm) and two lidded tureens, all with green painted bands, printed marks. (qty) £30 - £50

£40 - £60 59 A 19th Century creamware commemorative jug decorated with transfer applied portraits of ‘His Most Gracious Majesty William IV, King of Great Britain’ and Queen Adelaide, within hand painted sprays of flowers, height 15cm. £100 - £150

62 62 A 19th Century Wedgwood black basalt tea kettle decorated with applied scenes of cherubs playing and large leafy trees, the lower section with turned fluting, the lid with moulded lion finial, impressed WEDGWOOD, height 24cm. £60 - £80

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63 A 19th Century black basalt tea kettle, probably Wedgwood, decorated with a hand painted silver lustre garland of flowers with a fluted band beneath, the lid with a moulded ‘Sybil’ finial unmarked, height 16.5cm, S/D. £60 - £80 64 A Beswick Charolais Bull, model 2463A, designed by Alan Maslankowski in the colour cream gloss, bears printed mark. £80 - £120 65 A 19th Century Staffordshire cow creamer raised to a rectangular plinth, the cow with brown sponged decoration, A/F. £30 - £50 66 A late 18th to early 19th Century creamware mug, possibly Wedgwood, printed with the satirical poem ‘The Triple Plea’, unmarked, height 17cm, A/F.

67 A group of Beswick farm animals comprising Vietnamese Pot-Bellied Pig model G189, designed by Amanda Hughes-Lubeck in grey gloss, bears printed mark, Black faced Ram model 3071, designed by Mr. Chawner, bears printed mark together with two Beswick Donkeys, one S/D. (4) £50 - £70 68 A small 19th Century pearlware jug of military interest decorated with high relief moulded scenes, one side with a half-length portrait of Lord Wellington and to the reverse with General Hill, between flags and banners, unmarked, height 12cm, S/D. £50 - £80 69 A Royal Doulton commemorative teapot for Lord Nelson ‘born 1758, died 1805’ with tubelined motto and low relief portrait roundels, impressed mark, height 14cm. £50 - £80

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70 A late 18th to early 19th Century Loosdrecht Amstel porcelain shallow plate decorated with a hand painted bird perched upon a branch with a landscape in the background, the border edge with a blue floral garland, painted underglaze mark, diameter 19cm. £40 - £60 71 A 19th Century tea cup and saucer decorated with an Italianate landscape in pink within blue and gilt borders, unmarked, saucer diameter 12.5cm, together with a coffee cup bearing a gold anchor mark, height 8cm. £30 - £50 72 A collection of three Beswick Horses comprising Cantering Shire model 975 in brown gloss, Rearing Welsh Cob model 1014 in brown gloss and Shire Mare model 818 in brown gloss, all designed by Arthur Gredington, printed marks. (3) £50 - £70

£50 - £80

73 A collection of three Beswick figures comprising Gentleman Pig, Shepherd Sheepdog and The Lady Pig, together with five Beswick foals (one S/D). (8) £40 - £60 74 A small parcel quantity of later Clarice Cliff wares to include an undecorated Stamford tureen and cover, two posy rings and a mushroom glazed Hors D’oeuvre tray set. (5) £30 - £50 75 A 1930s Clarice Cliff part dinner service comprising eight dinner plates, eight dessert plates, eight side plates, two tureens, an oval meat dish and a gravy boat decorated in graduated brown and orange banding, printed mark. (qty) £50 - £80 76 A collection of eleven Royal Doulton horses of varying form and glazes, printed marks, all marked as seconds. (11) £30 - £50

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77 A large late 19th Century Royal Worcester Hadley figure of a Bringaree Indian lady in traditional dress with a staff by her side, the whole in matt green and gold shot enamels, incised Hadley to the reverse, puce mark with date code for 1892, shape 1243, height 49cm. £60 - £80 78 A late 19th to early 20th Century Carlo Manzoni, Minerva Art Ware vase decorated with incised flowers and foliage against a cream ground, incised marks, height 21.5cm, S/D. £60 - £80 79 An early 20th Century stoneware double gourd vase decorated with impressed autumn leaves against a textured ground and glazed in a tonal blue, all in the manner of Royal Doulton, incised E T LB.CC AS to the base, height 26cm.

82 A set of five Royal Worcester small cabinet pates each decorated with a hand painted bird by William Powell, comprising Green Woodpecker, Gold Finch, Kingfisher, Chaffinch, S/D and Wren, titled verso, printed mark, diameter 13cm. (5)

84 A 19th Century creamware jug transfer decorated with a scene of King William and the Prince of Orange on horseback with ‘Let Brotherly Love Continue’ to one side and Masonic symbols to the other, the border edge and some detailing in Sunderland lustre, height 17cm, S/D.

£60 - £80

£50 - £80

83 A 19th Century pearlware jug decorated with transfer applied scenes with King William upon horseback under the spout, Masonic symbols to one side and ‘Let Brotherly Love Continue’ to the other, unmarked, height 12cm, S/D.

85 A collection of assorted Beswick and Royal Doulton animals to include horse, dogs and a brandy glass cat (qty) £50 - £80 86 Two early 20th Century C.H Brannam, Barnstaple vases, the first decorated with an incised fish swimming amidst grasses, all to a yellow slip ground, impressed mark, height 17cm, the second of tapering footed form with three angular handles with slip decoration, incised mark, height 16cm, restored. (2)

£50 - £80

£40 - £60 80 An early 20th Century Royal Doulton vase of tapering form with a flared collar neck decorated with tubelined shaped panels glazed in a mottled purple conjoined by flower heads against a pale mottled green ground, impressed mark with artist monogram for Florrie Jones, height 25cm.

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87 A pair of early 20th Century Bernard Moore flambe vases of inverted baluster form, both with a foliate silver overlay, one with the base covered in the silver, one with visible BM mark, height 14cm. (2) £200 - £300 88 A collection of five Beswick horses of varying form, together with two Royal Doulton horses and a Beswick Old English Sheepdog, all with printed marks. (8) £40 - £60 89 An early 20th Century Bernard Moore flambe vase of baluster form decorated by Cicely H Jackson with two swans in flight amidst stylised clouds, to a tonal black ground, painted marks, height 14cm, restored. £150 - £200 90 Three Royal Crown Derby paperweights comprising Kangaroo, Owl and Fawn, all with printed marks and gold stoppers. (3) £60 - £80

£40 - £60 81 A 19th Century Continental Palissy style water jug and cover, the baluster form body decorated with an all over textured green with applied lizards and toads, unmarked, height 31cm, S/D. £60 - £80

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91 A boxed Royal Crown Derby Penguin and Chick paperweight together with a Hippopotamus paperweight, both with printed marks and gold stoppers. (2)

95 A pair of 19th Century French tinted bisque figures depicting a lady and gentleman in period dress each with a dove, both picked out in enamel, impressed mark, height 46cm, S/D. (2)

£70 - £90

£100 - £150

92 Three boxed Royal Crown Derby paperweights comprising Koala and Baby, Puffin and Red Squirrel together with Carolina Duck all with gold stoppers and a Cat (marked as a second). (5)

96 96 A pair of 19th Century French porcelain figures modelled as a couple in period style dress, each holding a vase to their shoulder with enamelled and gilded highlights, painted W mark to the base, height 39cm, restored. (2) £80 - £120

£60 - £80 93 A Moorcroft Pottery vase of compressed form decorated in the River Traffic pattern designed by Paul Hilditch, numbered 59 to the base, impressed and painted marks, signed Paul Hilditch, height 33cm. £250 - £300 94 Two Moorcroft Pottery plates, the first decorated in the Hibiscus pattern with tubelined flowers against a green ground, the second in the Magnolia pattern with pink flowers against a blue ground, both with impressed marks and initialed WM, diameter 26cm. (2) £120 - £180

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97 A pair of late 19th Century Chinese Canton famille rose vases, each of baluster form, extending to a scalloped rim and applied with chilong and shishi relief designs, the body painted with figural panels before floral ground, height 37cm. (2) £100 - £150

101 A large 19th Century W. Ridgway & Son buff stoneware jug relief moulded with jousting knights below a pewter thumb lift cover, impressed marks, height 25cm, together with two similar white Parian ware examples. (3)

107 A post war studio pottery vase of footed ovoid form with ornate scroll work top in a black oxide glaze over blue ground, unmarked, height 22cm, together with a similar period example of square slab form with oatmeal glaze. (2)

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

102 A 19th Century salt glazed stoneware jug decorated with applied white glazed motifs, together with a later example with applied white swags and a copper lustre example, tallest 20cm. (3)

108 A later 20th Century studio pottery jug of shouldered ovoid form with wide neck and loop handle, black oxide glazed interior over the white stoneware ground, impressed mark, height 16cm, together with a similar period bowl. (2)

£40 - £60

97A 97A A Chinese famille rose Shishi lidded dish of stepped circular form, surmounted by a domed cover, the exterior sides and cover painted with a series of shishi amidst fire scrolls, seal mark to base, diameter 20cm. £50 - £80 98 A late 19th to early 20th Century French gilt metal 8-day mantel clock, of architectural form, the Sevres style porcelain dial painted with floral swags, before a lower panel detailed with lovers with an Arcadian landscape, the gilt metal case raised on swept supports, and surmounted by a campana form urn finial, height 42cm.

103 An early 20th Century continental porcelain figure of a courting couple in period dress with enamel and gilded highlights, underglaze mark, height 23cm. £40 - £60 104 A large 19th Century porcelain lamp base hand enamelled with fanciful birds between gilded borders, mounted to gilt ormolu mounts, height 57cm.

£30 - £50 109 A large late 19th Century Zsolnay Pecs jardiniere of footed cylindrical form enameled with peonies and iris between matched borders over a cream glazed ground, printed mark, height 39cm, S/D. £100 - £150

£100 - £150 105 A 19th Century Moore table centre with a large roll rim bowl supported by a central stem with cactus flowers and three cherubs, all above a pierced base with gilded and enamelled decoration, printed mark, height 32cm, S/D. £80 - £120

£50 - £80 99 A pair of late 19th Century Austrian porcelain vases of footed ovoid form with high loop handles and flared necks, each transfer printed with floral sprays over a blush ground, height 38cm. (2) £30 - £50 100 A pair of 19th Century candle sticks with square base, rising to a baluster form stem with twin scroll arm and further central column, each decorated with facet cut garlands, height 38cm.

106 A Zsolnay Pecs ‘Persian’ ware vase, converted to lamp base, the rounded ovoid vase, detailed with arabesque foliate designs before an ivory ground, later lamp fittings, height 25cm. £40 - £60

109A 109A A 19th Century Chinese meiping vase, the white ground enamelled with flowering foliage, rockwork and monochrome map, below a upper lotus border, height 24cm. £150 - £200

£80 - £120

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117 A Doulton Lambeth jug with hallmarked silver collar commemorating the Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, decorated in relief with portraits and stylised flowers, impressed marks, height 19cm, together with a Mason’s jug commemorating the Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary, relief decorated and with handle formed as a lion. (2) £40 - £60

112 110 A post war stoneware dish of rounded square section in oatmeal glaze with crackle glass to the central well, printed mark, width 19cm. £30 - £40 111 A pair of 19th Century Staffordshire figures of a ram and sheep mounted to cushion form bases. (2) £30 - £50 112 A late 19th Century continental hard paste porcelain wall pocket modelled as folded fabric with pink and gilded flowers decorated with applied cherubs, unmarked, height 34cm. £50 - £80 113 A pair of early 20th Century Royal Doulton vases of footed waisted form with flared rim, each decorated with tubelined fruit and leaves against the blue ground below the tonal brown border, impressed marks, height 19.5cm, together with another vase of footed ovoid form with collar neck with tubelined flowers and leaves against the mottle green ground and an ovoid jug with handle and relief decorated with flower heads and foliate scrolls against the green wash ground, both with impressed marks. (4)

120 114 A Shelley King Edward VIII Coronation cup of twin handled waisted form, decorated with a portrait to one side and a floral spray to the other, printed marks, height 11.5cm, together with a Paragon twin handled cup for the Queen Elizabeth II Coronation, printed marks. (2) £40 - £60 115 A 19th Century Sunderland pink lustre frog mug decorated with a panel ‘A West View of the Cast Iron Bridge Over the River Wear...’, with internal frog, height 12cm. £40 - £60 116 A Clarice Cliff Lotus shape jug decorated in the Pompadour pattern decorated with floral sprays on the cream ground between green borders, printed signature and Wilkinson mark, height 18cm. £40 - £60

£40 - £60

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118 Five assorted items by Royal Doulton to include a waisted vase with white metal collar, decorated with a band of blue flowerheads on a lilac ground above a stiff leaf border, height 12.5cm, a mug commemorating the Coronation of Edward VII and Alexandra decorated in relief on a blue ground, a waisted three handled vase with stylised leaf decoration all in a green wash, and a pair of small footed vases with collar necks and everted rims in a deep blue, all with impressed marks. (5) £40 - £60 119 A Crown Devon Fieldings Auld Lang Syne musical tankard, together with a musical Daisy Bell mug and a musical Killarney jug, height of tallest 20cm. (3) £40 - £60 120 An early 20th Century Volkstedt porcelain figure of the ‘Three Graces’ modelled in dancing position, wearing gilt dresses and raised on a plinth base, height 25cm. £40 - £60 121 A Chinese 19th Century blue and white sleeve vase, of small proportions, the white ground detailed in rich cobalt depicting children and ladies in formal fenced gardens, Kangxi fourcharacter mark to base, height 15cm, together with two further 19th Century Chinese blue and white porcelain items to include a prunus and cracked ice pattern jar and cover, four-character Kangxi mark to base, height 16cm, and a blue and white lotus bowl, Xianfeng four-character mark, height 6cm. (3) £100 - £150


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121A 121A A Chinese 19th Century famille rose porcelain sleeve vase, decorated with an en grisaille decorated banner further detailed with vases and flowering lotus, height 23cm. £150 - £200 122 A pair of late 19th Century Carl Schneiders Erben German porcelain figures of fighting cockerel, each modelled with aggressive stance, height 15cm, together with a pair of Meissen style cockatoo figures, heights 16cm. (4) £40 - £60

128 123 A mid 20th Century pottery lamp base of rounded ovoid form with cylindrical neck, the allover variegated blue glaze inscribed with stylised animal design, height 28cm.

128 A continental painted porcelain wall charger, the concave dish with canted swept edges, painted with a castle before a stream and bridge, unmarked, diameter 32cm.

£30 - £50

£30 - £50

124 A late 19th Century Bretby vase in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser of footed slender ovoid form with scroll handles decorated in a faux lace design, impressed mark, height 40cm, S/D.

129 A 19th Century smear glazed stoneware jug by George Meigh depicting semi clad females amongst reeds with putti, together with three similar period examples with relief moulded and enamelled decoration. (3)

£60 - £80

£40 - £60

125 A 20th Century Limoges porcelain dish of shallow form mounted with gilt ormolu border and ribbon handles, transfer printed and painted with a street vendor circa 1600 within gilded borders, width 31cm, together with a similar round example. (2)

130 A graduated set of three 19th Century Staffordshire jugs relief moulded with hazelnuts to a bough picked out in gold and blue wash, tallest 20cm. (3)

£50 - £80 126 A 19th Century continental porcelain vase of compressed trumpet form with flared rim, hand painted with flowers and foliage within graduated pink to blue borders with gilded highlights, unmarked, height 29cm. £40 - £60 127 An early 20th Century copper lustre jug transfer printed with a three masted frigate, together with two further examples. (3)

£30 - £50 131 An assorted group of 19th Century jugs to include a Masons Ironstone example with Lamprey handle and a blue glaze Brannam tyle with folded rim, tallest 22cm. (5) £40 - £60 132 A late 19th Century continental hard paste porcelain clock garniture decorated with a female figure, putti and flowers picked out in enamel colours, height 36cm, S/D. (3) £60 - £80

£50 - £60

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134 133 A late 19th Century Hutschenreuther tazza with a galleried bowl above a pierced splayed base decorated with relief moulded flowers and foliage picked out in enamels, underglaze blue mark, height 17cm. £40 - £60 134 A 19th Century Meissen figure of a classically dressed lady seated upon a lion before a marble column, crossed swords mark and incised 1665 mark to the base, height 17cm. £80 - £120 134A A collection of continental porcelain monkey band figures in the Meissen style, to include conductor, French horn player, guitarist, flautist and two drummers, all dressed in frock coats and tricorn hats, height of tallest 16cm. (6)

134A 136 A 19th Century continental hard paste porcelain figure modelled as a resting cherub writing to a book upon a scroll base, faux Augustus Rex mark, height 8.5cm. £60 - £80 137 A late 19th Century continental composed garniture with a large bowl decorated with a seated lady together with a pair of smaller examples decorated with a young boy and girl all picked out in enamel colours, unmarked, tallest 16cm. (3) £40 - £60 138 A collection of Capodimonte putti music band figures, to include singer, flautist, drummer, accordion player and clarinet, each raised on a gilt rococo base, height 11cm. (5)

£60 - £80

£30 - £50

135 A Poole Pottery ginger jar in the Himalayan Poppy pattern, height 17.5cm, together with two other Poole vases, a Delphis vase of baluster form and another of ovoid form with collar neck with incised leaf decoration on the ochre to mottled orange ground. (3)

139 A 19th Century continental hard paste porcelain figure of a dandy in floral painted clothing, height 33cm, together with a collection of similar 19th Century continental figural posy vases. (6)

£100 - £150

140 A 19th Century continental hard paste porcelain table centre bowl, pierced and floral decorated above a figural column, together with a small group of late 19th Century decorative hard paste porcelain candlestick bases with figures, putti and cherub decoration. (4)

£50 - £80

£60 - £80

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136 141 A late 19th Century continental hard paste porcelain candelabra with a four light sconce above a figural decorated column and scroll work base, picked out in enamel colours, together with a low pair of three light candlesticks, tallest 48cm. (3) £80 - £120 142 A late 19th Century continental hard paste porcelain table centre modelled as an ornate carriage being pulled by a cherub, together with a porcelain picture frame, two wall plaques, a pair of table salts and a double posy bowl. (7) £60 - £80 143 A later 20th Century Robert Goldsmith for Selborne Pottery footed bowl decorated to the interior with four silver lustre fish against a wavy and linear ground, impressed marks, diameter 27cm. £50 - £80 144 A William Moorcroft vase of flared baluster form decorated in the Moonlit Blue pattern with tubelined trees against a tonal blue ground, impressed mark and signed W. Moorcroft in blue, height 24cm. £500 - £800


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150 Two late 19th Century hand painted porcelain shallow plates, the first after Guido Reni’s Head of Christ Crowned with Thorns, the second after Raphael Madonna and Child, both within cast brass frames, both unmarked, both visible diameter 23.5cm. (2) £100 - £150 151 Four pieces of Royal Doulton Series Ware comprising a Sir Roger de Coverley jug, S/D, a vase decorated with a scene of a cottage, a Dickens Ware ‘Little Nell’ water jug, S/D, and a smaller jug decorated with trees, all with printed marks, tallest 18cm. (4)

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£30 - £50

144 145 A Beswick Connoisseur model of Nijinsky with Lester Piggot up, printed and painted mark, height 32cm. £100 - £150 146 A Beswick Connoisseur model of Arkle with Pat Taaffe up, printed and painted marks, height 33cm. £100 - £150 147 A 1930s Westport Pottery jug decorated by Florrie Cliff with hand painted flowers, painted mark, height 14cm, S/D. £40 - £60 148 A pair of late 19th Century continental figures of a lady and gentleman stood before a flowering branch, she holding a basket of flowers, he with a lamb and bird, both unmarked, height 11cm, together with a similar larger figure, each bear spurious gold anchor marks, all S/D. (3)

152 A 19th Century Doulton Lambeth salt glazed milk jug and sugar bowl decorated with relief applied decoration, both with hallmarked silver collars for Birmingham 1893 and 1896 together with a similar water jug and a small manufactured for John Mortlock, Oxford Street, all with damages, all with impressed marks together with a small Doulton Silicon jardiniere, height 12cm. (5) £30 - £50 153 A large late 19th to early 20th Century Dresden type mirror heavily decorated with applied encrusted flowers and cherubs, applied to a wooden board back, 70cm x 42cm. £100 - £150 154 A late 19th to early 20th Century Dresden type basket, the oval basket with pierced decoration and encrusted with flowers and foliage, raised to four cherub supports, length 23cm, together with a similar four branch candelabra and a pedestal candlestick, damages. (3) £100 - £150

149 A Gouda charger decorated in green and blue with and abstract design with mustard detailing, painted mark, diameter 36.5cm, S/D.

155 A large late 19th Century Royal Worcester Japonisme charger decorated with a Samurai warrior ensnaring a snake, all in matte enamels with gilt detailing, the ground in royal blue with gilt stippling, impressed and printed mark, date code for circa 1875, diameter 45cm, restored.

£30 - £50

£150 - £200

£30 - £50

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158 A Royal Worcester Fallen Fruits trio decorated by Ayrton and Townsend, the cup interior and saucer with hand painted peaches and red grapes, cup and saucer signed, the plate unsigned, puce marks with date codes for 1939 and 1940, side plate diameter 17.5cm. £150 - £200 159 A continental Dresden type table centre, the oval basket raised to a rectangular plinth with four claw feet, decorated with encrusted flowers and two cherubs, bears crossed swords mark, length 29cm, S/D. £40 - £60

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160 A late 19th to early 20th Century Dresden type custard cup and saucer, both decorated with applied blue forget-me-nots and painted insects, unmarked, saucer diameter 14.5cm, S/D. £50 - £80

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161 A 1930s Keramos model of skiers, the lady and gentleman with arms at each others waist, he holding a pair of skis, unmarked, height 35cm, A/F. £80 - £120 162 A 19th Century Minton posy vase modelled as a cat and her kitten stood upon a turquoise glaze pedestal with relief moulded lattice basket behind, unmarked, length 13.5cm, S/D. £70 - £90

170 156 A 1930s Shelley Harmony vase of inverted trumpet form decorated with a green dribble glaze over a brown and blue ground, printed mark, height 20cm, together with a Bretby fern pot, height 8cm, S/D. (2) £30 - £50

163 Three late 19th Century Royal Worcester blush ivory vases comprising a pair of shape 1733 bud vases and a shape 1790 trumpet vase, each with floral decoration against a pale ground, printed marks, tallest 19cm. (3) £100 - £150

157 A Royal Worcester Fallen Fruits cabinet plate decorated by Price with hand painted apples and red grapes, signed, puce mark with date code for 1940, diameter 22cm.

164 A pair of Royal Dux figures of a male and female Persian water carriers, each with applied triangular mark to the base and impressed model numbers 650 and 651, height 49cm, S/D.

£150 - £200

£100 - £150

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165 A later 20th Century combination inkwell decorated with hand painted flowers against a yellow and blue ground, the top with hinged inkwell, four pen holders and a bristle pen wipe, bears Sevres mark, diameter 13cm. £30 - £50 166 An early 20th Century Samson teabowl and saucer decorated after the Worcester original with cartouche panels of birds against a blue fish scale ground, bears fret marks, saucer diameter 11.5cm, together with a Booths inkwell and cover upon a pedestal saucer base with similar decoration, A/F. (2) £40 - £60 167 A 19th Century salt glazed jug decorated with relief applied tavern scenes, hunting dogs, windmills and trees, unmarked, height 22cm together with a Jackfield jug with gilt decoration, height 23cm. (2) £30 - £50 168 A 1930s Susie Cooper bowl decorated in the Puck pattern with transfer applied and hand tinted decoration, printed mark, diameter 19cm, S/D. £80 - £120 169 A pair of late 19th Century Royal Worcester Aesthetic vases each of compressed egg form with moulded basket weave and gilt flowers and foliage, both raised to four feet formed as knarled tree branches, printed marks with date codes for circa 1883, height 21cm S/D £80 - £120 170 A small Moorcroft footed bowl decorated in the Pomegranate pattern with two whole and one open fruit and berries to the central well, the exterior in a blue wash, impressed mark and initialled in green, diameter 14cm. £60 - £80 171 A Moorcroft vase of ovoid form decorated in the Anemone pattern, impressed mark, height 8cm. £60 - £80


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172 A Royal Worcester model of H.R.H The Duke of Edinburgh upon a polo horse, modelled by Doris Lindner, numbered 534 from a limited edition of 750, retains wooden box and certificate.

177 A small Moorcroft vase of ovoid form with a flared collar neck decorated in the Pomegranate pattern with open and whole fruits and berries against a blue wash ground, impressed mark, height 6cm.

£150 - £200

£70 - £90

173 A Moorcroft vase of footed ovoid form A Royal Doulton Flambe vase of ovoid form with everted rim, decorated with a landscape scene of a country cottage, printed mark, height 12cm.

178 A Moorcroft shallow plate decorated in the Pomegranate pattern with open and whole fruit and berries to the centre, impressed mark and initialled in blue, diameter 22cm.

£40 - £60

£80 - £120

174 A Moorcroft vase of footed baluster form decorated in the Anemone pattern, impressed marks and initialled in blue, height 17.5cm.

179 A Moorcroft shallow plate decorated in the Pomegranate pattern with open and whole fruit and berries to the centre, impressed mark and initialled in blue, diameter 22cm, S/D.

£40 - £60 175 A Moorcroft vase of inverted baluster form decorated in the Pomegranate pattern with a band of whole fruit and berries, impressed marks, height 9cm. £70 - £90 176 A pair of Moorcroft trumpet vases decorated in the Pomegranate pattern, both with a band of open and whole fruit and berries, impressed marks and signed W. Moorcroft in blue, height 21cm, both A/F. £120 - £180

£50 - £80 180 Four pieces of assorted Moorcroft comprising an Orchid pattern circular lidded box and cover, a Leaf and Berry ashtray, a Columbine vase and a Hibiscus pattern roll rim bowl, impressed marks, all A/F. (4) £60 - £80 181 A Moorcroft Pottery table lamp decorated in the Anemone pattern with tubelined flowers against a blue ground, marks obscured by affixed wooden base, height 38cm including fittings.

182 182 A Ruskin Pottery crystalline glaze jug decorated in a mustard yellow to orange to blue, impressed mark and dated 1932, retains partial paper label, height 22cm. £50 - £80 183 A Ruskin Pottery crystalline glaze vase of flared form decorated with a mottled olive green to yellow to blue, impressed mark and dated 1933, height 19.5cm. £50 - £80 184 A Ruskin Pottery crystalline glaze jug decorated in a mottled blue to orange to blue, impressed mark and dated 1933, height 21.5cm. £50 - £80 185 Two later 20th Century studio pottery vases of varying form to include a flared example together with a footed bowl, indistinct initial marks, tallest 17cm, damages. (3) £20 - £30 186 A boxed pair of Royal Doulton black basalt busts of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, made to commemorate their Silver Wedding, 20th November 1972, numbered 506 from a limited edition of 750, printed mark, height 29cm. £50 - £80

£100 - £150

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186A A pair of South East Asian figural busts, modelled as two ladies with heads turned, wearing traditional dress and raised on stepped plinth base, height 33cm. (2)

190 A Midwinter Stylecraft Salad Ware nut dish designed by Terence Conran, the three rounded rectangular bowls within a black metal frame, printed marks, total length 38cm.

£30 - £50

£40 - £60

187 A Midwinter Stylecraft ‘Fashion Shape’ coffee set decorated in the Zambesi pattern designed by Jessie Tait, comprising coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl and four cups and saucers, printed marks. (qty)

191 Three W.R. Midwinter ‘Handcraft’ bowls each decorated to the interior with crayon glaze floral patterns, printed marks, largest diameter 22.5cm, together with a Lamont pattern cake plate and sandwich plate and a 1930s Midwinter coffee pot, milk jug and sugar bowl decorated with a sponged blue glaze. (8)

£60 - £80 188 Six Midwinter Stylecraft ‘Fashion Tableware’ meat plates, patterns comprising Autumn, Quite Contrary, Shalimar, Harmony, Chequers and Capri, all with printed marks, length 35cm. (6) £50 - £80 189 A collection of assorted Midwinter Stylecraft plates and bowls, patterns to include Carribean, Whispering Grass, Tropicana, Bolero, Fantasy and Fiesta, printed marks. (20) £40 - £60

£30 - £50 195 A collection of assorted Beswick animals to include a Hereford calf, a Friesian calf, a fox, various horses, a Guernsey cow and a model 953 mother and foal, S/D. (qty) £30 - £50

£40 - £60 192 A collection of assorted Midwinter Stylecraft tablewares decorated in the Primavera pattern designed by Jessie Tait, comprising two meat plates, one tureen, a water jug, four cups and saucers, one dinner plate, a mustard pot, a salt and one tea plate, all with printed marks. (qty) £40 - £60 193 A collection of assorted Midwinter to include coffee pots, storage jars and mugs in patterns to include Lakeland, Sorrento, Chevron, Pierrot, Sunglow, Stonehenge, Sherwood and Flamingo, printed marks. (qty) £40 - £60

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194 A small collection of assorted Midwinter tablewares to include a Whispering Grass coffee pot, a Cherokee coffee pot, three Moonfleur cups and saucers, a Petula coffee pot and milk jug and a Leopard Lily salt and pepper, printed marks. (qty)

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196 196 A Beswick foal, model 763 in rocking horse grey. £80 - £120 197 Three pieces of Royal Worcester blush ivory comprising a shape 1507 jug, S/D, a shape 991 vase and a shape 1116 antler handle jug, each decorated with floral sprays, printed marks. (3) £50 - £80


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198 A Wemyss vase of flared form decorated with hand painted roses and foliage, painted mark, height 16cm, S/D.

205 A Moorcroft cake plate decorated in the Wisteria pattern, raised to a chrome stand, impressed marks, diameter 22cm.

£80 - £120

£100 - £150

199 A Wemyss chamber pot decorated with hand painted cherries, impressed mark and painted T. Goode & Co mark, height 13cm.

206 A large late 19th Century Macintyre salad bowl, the exterior with Florian type decoration with flowers and foliage against a green ground, the interior with an applied blue and white transfer, printed mark, diameter 24cm.

£80 - £120 200 Three pieces of Royal Crown Derby 1128 Imari pattern comprising two pin dishes and a small posy vase, marked as seconds, printed marks. (3) £50 - £80 201 A small Moorcroft vase of inverted baluster form decorated in the Pomegranate pattern, impressed signature mark, height 8cm. £80 - £120 202 A Moorcroft Pottery lidded pot decorated in the Pasque Flower pattern designed by Philip Gibson, printed and painted marks, height 11cm.

209 A small Moorcroft vase of compressed form decorated in the Frilled Orchid pattern with tubelined flowers against a yellow wash ground, impressed mark, height 6.5cm.

213 A Dresden type table centre modelled as three children stood around a square pedestal with encrusted flowers, printed mark, height 26cm. £40 - £60

£80 - £120 210 A Moorcroft Pottery vase decorated in the Summer Lawn pattern designed by Rachel Bishop, printed and painted marks, signed in gold J. Moorcroft 4.11.95, height 14cm.

£80 - £120

£60 - £80

207 A Royal Worcester Fallen Fruits cabinet cup and saucer decorated by Austin with hand painted apples, peaches and berries, both pieces signed, puce mark with date code circa 1919, saucer diameter 14cm.

211 A pair of Moorcroft Pottery vases of inverted baluster form decorated in the Cornflower pattern, printed and painted marks, height 9.5cm. £80 - £120

£100 - £150

212 An early 20th Century Dresden type table centre, the pedestal with figures of flower sellers between encrusted flowers and foliage, the oval bowl with a pierced rim and similar encrusted flowers, bears underglaze crossed swords mark, height 49.5cm, S/D.

208 A small Moorcroft urn decorated in the Leaf and Berry pattern, impressed mark, height 7.5cm. £100 - £150

214 214 A 1920s Royal Worcester Parian travelling font, the octagonal body with Gothic panels, green printed mark with date code for 1925, height 9cm, retains original case. £60 - £80 215 A 19th Century French cache pot modelled as a cherub pulling a ball with pierced decoration to the top, indistinct painted marks, stamped Depose, length 17.5cm, S/D. £30 - £50

203 A late 19th Century Macintyre tobacco jar and cover, the whole with a brown stippled body with an applied cartouche crest for Exeter, printed marks, height 12cm.

216 A 19th Century Staffordshire figure group of a poodle with a puppy seated to a domed blue cushion base, height 17.5cm, together with a smaller Dalmation hound and a further figure modelled as a seated sheep. (3)

£50 - £80

£80 - £120

204 A late 19th Century Macintyre ovoid match strike, the whole in a stippled white with an applied cartouche crest for Oxford, printed marks, Made for Gill & Co, Oxford, height 5.5cm.

217 A Beswick Beatrix Potter figure of Samuel Whiskers, BP2 in gold, together with a similar figure of Squirrel Nutkin. (2)

£40 - £60

£80 - £120

£40 - £60

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225 A set of six James Powell and Sons (Whitefriars) finger bowls and saucers in the Byzantine design, based on the Roman bowl excavated at Leuna, with bands of shallow cut ovals and star cut bases, pattern no. 1147, height 6.5cm, with another set of four late 19th Century James Powell & Sons (clear crystal finger bowls designed by TG Jackson, of waisted form with flared rim, pattern no. 2012, height 7cm.

218 A Sigurd Persson clear crystal glass bowl made by Jan Erik Ritzman in 1985 to a design by Persson, of compressed ovoid form with applied spiralling tears, signed to the base SIGP TRANSJO 85 UNIK, width 27cm. £40 - £60 219 A group of six pieces of late 19th to early 20th Century James Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) stemware, some designed by Harry Powell, including a glass with bucket bowl, thin stem and circular foot, height 10.5cm, a cocktail glass of plain design, a wine glass with funnel bowl etched with the coat of arms and motto of London and three port glasses. (6)

£30 - £50 226 A pair of 19th Century drinking glasses, the ovoid bowls acid etched in the manner of John Northwood with wild flowers above a plain stem and circular spread foot, height 16.5cm. (2)

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£30 - £50

£30 - £50

220 A 19th Century Salviati ruby glass bowl, of flared form decorated in gilt with a scene of classical figures and putti in a garden setting between elaborate borders of foliate scrolls, raised to a clear knopped stem and circular spread foot, height 22cm.

227 A near pair of early 20th Century goblets, the clear glass ovoid bowl engraved with ferns, above a wrythen stem and domed foot, height 19cm, with a 1930s Webbs goblet, the clear glass bell shaped bowl cut with stylised trees and clover, raised to a baluster stem and foot cut with clover, height 17.5cm. (3)

£150 - £200 221 A late 19th Century glass jug of footed form with wave rim, ochre with graduated bronze to gold aventurine flecks cased over the opal interior and applied clear handle, height 19cm. £30 - £50 222 A collection of six late Victorian to Edwardian lampshades with frosted and enamelled decoration to include John Walsh Walsh examples, height of tallest 16cm. (6) £30 - £50

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228 223 An early 20th Century John Walsh Walsh opaline brocade pedestal sugar bowl with a scrolling foliate design on the graduated citron to ruby ground, height 16cm, together with a matching cream jug of footed form, a late 19th Century opaline glass jug of shouldered ovoid form with frill rim and applied trail and handle in blue, height 13cm, and a similar vase of conical form, opaline cased over blue, height 17cm. (4) £50 - £70

224 An early 20th Century decanter of faceted cylindrical form, with conforming lid with a black band and an opal to the centre, height 27cm. £80 - £60

£30 - £50 228 A pair of mid 19th Century caramel vases of footed ovoid form with slender neck and applied loop handles, both hand enamelled in the Etruscan taste with classical figures, palmettes and scrolls between chequerboard and linear borders, unmarked, height 13.5cm. (2) £40 - £60


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229 A Czechoslovakian Barolac bowl with a relief moulded palm tree pattern, all in a graduated opalescence, diameter 21.5cm. £30 - £50 230 A 19th Century Richardsons opaline frosted glass goblet, the round funnel bowl with floral vitrified enamel decoration above a multi knopped stem and domed foot with gilded foliage, height 16.5cm, with a late 19th Century opaline glass vase in the manner of Richardsons, of footed baluster form with wide flared rim, with enamelled floral decoration and gilt foliate scrolls, height 22cm. (2) £30 - £50 231 A later 20th Century Czechoslovakian glass bowl of circular section with wave rim, with a mottled brown three petal design to base on a mottled white background with pink and ochre to border, engraved signature and retains ‘Czech Glass’ label, diameter 27cm. £40 - £60 232 A glass vase by Giovanni Levanti for Salviati, circa 1992, of footed cylindrical form in clear crystal with small yellow spots between applied blue and yellow bands, acid signature, complete with original box, height 36cm. £40 - £60 233 A large mid 20th Century Italian Murano glass Doges Hat platter in the manner of Salviati, with a fluted central well and wide folded flat rim in a pale golden amber, unsigned, width 46cm. £30 - £50

234 A large shallow circular bowl in the manner of Moser, with roll rim, externally cut with a repeat printie and lozenge cut over the pale cinnamon tinted ground, unmarked, width 29cm. £30 - £50 235 An early 20th Century continental Opaline Brocade vase of lobed globe and shaft form decorated with stylised foliate motifs picked out in straw opalescence over the citron tinted ground, height 19cm. £30 - £50 236 A pair of early 20th Century decanters of dimpled globe and shaft form, wrythen moulded to the entirety with conforming stoppers, height 28cm, together with a group of three 20th Century glasses of waisted form with applied blackberry prunts, height 7cm, together with a group of three similar swollen glasses and a 1970s Full Lead Crystal range clear cut crystal decanter of ovoid form with collar neck and conforming stopper, cut in the Garland pattern, height 30cm, and a ships decanter from the same range, of compressed form with conforming mushroom stopper, cut with similar decoration and retaining paper label. £30 - £50 237 A 1920s-1930s Whitefriars bowl designed by William Butler, of footed form with wave ribbed design in sapphire, height 14cm, together with a vase also of wave ribbed design, of footed flared form in lightning pink, together with a bowl designed by James Hogan with folded rim in sea green, pattern no. 9169, length 28cm, together with another Whitefriars bowl of plain form in amber. (4)

238 A 20th Century French Sevres clear crystal vase of footed conical form with wrythen decoration, height 18cm, together with another crystal vase of ovoid form. (2) £30 - £50 239 A pair of late 19th Century novelty Mr Punch & Judy figures by John Derbyshire, both figures seated, Mr Punch with a dog and Judy with a cat, the pair set to a stepped circular base and in a frosted flint finish, relief anchor mark to the base, height 17cm. (2) £30 - £50 240 A Baccarat opaline glass vase, circa 1880, of footed globe and shaft form with flared rim, decorated with relief moulded fruiting vines, height 35cm. £40 - £60 241 A large Birgitta Watz for Pukeberg Pompeii vase of shouldered ovoid form with stepped shoulder, flared collar neck and applied tapered handles all in a deep grey tint, engraved signature and dated 19th March 1991, height 27cm. £30 - £50 242 Carlo Nason - Mazzega - A pair of 1970s Murano wall lights, the handblown glass of square form and domed to the centre with a textured finish and amber trails, mounted to a chrome support, 30cm x 30cm. (2) £80 - £120

243 Carlo Nason - Mazzega - A pair of 1970s Murano wall lights, the handblown glass of square form and domed to the centre with a textured finish and blue trails, mounted to a chrome support, 30cm x 30cm. (2) £80 - £120 244 Carlo Nason - Mazzega - A set of four 1970s Murano wall lights, the handblown glass of square form and domed to the centre with a textured finish and blue trails, mounted to a chrome support, 30cm x 30cm. (4) £150 - £200 245 Carlo Nason - Mazzega - A set of four 1970s Murano wall lights, the handblown glass of square form and domed to the centre with a textured finish and blue trails, mounted to a chrome support, 30cm x 30cm. (4) £150 - £200 246 Mark Briggs - A large contemporary wall mounted glass sculpture titled Harmony Wiggle of rectangular form with an ‘S’ form undulation decorated with overlapped panels in black, red and clear over a silver ground with textured detail, measures 97cm x 70cm. £150 - £200 247 A 19th Century quatrefoil spirit decanter, of footed ovoid form with two ringed neck, with four later stoppers, height 32cm. £30 - £50

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258 A 19th Century friggerwork study of an exotic bird perched on a pedestal near an orange flower in glass dome and ebonised turned base, height 24cm. £50 - £70 259 Two 19th Century ‘friggar’ glass ear trumpets, tallest 23cm. £30 - £50

253 248 A 20th Century Boda glass vase designed by Bertil Vallien, of globular form with collar neck and wide rim, lobed to base, green, retains paper label, height 19cm. £30 - £50 249 An early 20th Century Kralik posy vase of ovoid form with diamond mould body in a pearlised iridescence, together with a smaller example. (2) £30 - £50 250 A mid 20th Century Orrefors clear crystal glass Sail vase designed by Sven Palmqvist engraved with an abstract linear design, engraved marks, height 23cm. £30 - £50

263 253 A large Harrach early 20th Century iridescent amethyst glass bowl of shouldered ovoid form with a tri-form rim, hand enamelled with stylised tulips and whiplash leaves, unmarked, height 16cm. £100 - £200 254 A contemporary slump glass wall hanging by David Bez decorated with an abstract design, applied signature plaque, 86cm x 43cm. £120 - £150 255 A large later 20th Century Expo plate by Jan Johansson for Orrefors, decorated with radial slice cuts, diameter 49cm. £100 - £150

251 A later 20th Century Murano glass sculpture in the form of a stylised bullfrog with wide mouth, the body lime green with internal green stripes and applied clear face and foot, signed G. Ruocco to base, height 12cm. £30 - £50 252 A later 20th Century Charlie Meaker studio glass vase of slender ovoid form, cased in clear crystal over a tonal blue ground with gold aventurine below a whiplash clear crystal collar, height 34cm.

256 A contemporary studio glass vase of abstract form, the main body pulled with wide rim with the blue core cased in clear with internal bubbles, raised on a base constructed of various shapes, length 50cm. £30 - £50 257 A near set of four penny lick glasses on ring turned stems and circular feet, height 9cm. (4) £40 - £60

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260 A later 20th Century Okra Glass scent bottle in the form of a pear decorated with random whiplash lines in purple iridescence over a mottled purple ground, together with a similar example in the form of an apple, an ovoid form vase with stylised arum lilies, acid marks, and a scent bottle of globe and shaft form with iridescent whiplash lines on the purple ground with spire stopper, unmarked, height of tallest 21.5cm. (4) £80 - £120 261 A large post war Stuart & Sons clear crystal plate, possibly John Luxton, with star cut base and a radial band of alternating mitre cuts and lozenges, diameter 36cm. £40 - £60 262 An early 20th Century clear crystal decanter of ovoid form with applied loop handle and white metal mount, the body moulded and cut with thistles and foliate scrolls, with stopper, height 24cm. £80 - £120 263 A post war Kosta glass Seaweed vase by Vicke Lindstrand of compressed ovoid form internally decorated with abstract green trails amongst air bubbles all cased in clear crystal, engraved signature, height 21cm. £60 - £80 264 A pair of later 20th Century glass candlesticks formed as stylised tulips upon a tapered column base, all in a textured finish, height 15.5cm. (2) £30 - £50


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265 A 1930s Webb Corbett clear cut crystal decanter of tall conical form with flat stopper cut with pattern no. 14089 after designs by Herbert Webb with wave line ground, height 25cm.

267 An early 20th Century Stourbridge clear crystal scent bottle of spherical form decorated with polished intaglio ribbon tied floral garlands below a plain silver hallmarked stopper, height 13cm.

£50 - £80

£120 - £150

266 An early 20th Century hallmarked silver and clear glass scent bottle, the globular bottle intaglio cut in the Art Nouveau style with scrolling tendrils and stylised flowers, with ball stopper, silver collar and hinged cap moulded in relief with flowers and engraved with a monogram, London 1904, height 11.5cm.

268 An early 20th Century clear crystal scent bottle of globular form with a pillar moulded body with a feather motif, below a hallmarked silver collar and a matched lapidary stopper, height 16.5cm.

£100 - £120

£80 - £120

270 269 An early 20th Century Thomas Webb & Sons clear crystal decanter of waisted sleeve form with hallmarked silver collar, the body skeleton moulded in a scale pattern, with conforming stopper, hallmarked London with indistinct date, height 31cm. £80 - £120 270 An early 20th Century Stevens and Williams claret jug of dimpled ovoid form with collar neck and applied hallmarked silver collar, the body engraved with stylised floral sprays with a conforming hollow blown stopper, hallmarked London W&G Neal, indistinct date, height 31.5cm. £60 - £80

271 A Kosta clear crystal bowl designed by Goran Warff, the thick walls cut with a repeat stylised leaf design, engraved signature, diameter 16cm. £60 - £80 272 A 1940s crystal glass decanter designed by Elis Bergh for Kosta of tapering ribbed optic form below the ball stopper, engraved signature, height 25cm. £30 - £50 273 An Orrefors clear crystal bowl, the thick walls cut with a repeat mitre cut circle design, engraved signature, diameter 23cm. £60 - £80

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274 A 1930s Stevens and Williams Rainbow vase designed by Keith Murray, the tapered sleeve form in green and blue with a faceted base below repeat printie cut circles, unmarked, height 25cm.

278 An early 20th Century clear crystal vase of footed slender tapering form with flared rim, with applied peacock or Cairngorm trails in green, height 20cm, together with a similar bowl with flared wave rim, applied self coloured crimping and peacock trails in green and clear. (2)

281 A later 20th Century Czechoslovakian Sklo Union figure of a stylised elephant in a frosted finish, retains labels, height 12cm.

284 A post war Italian Murano sommerso glass vase by Antonio da Ross for Cenedese, the slender ovoid form rising from a circular foot, meadow green core and lime green, height 33cm.

£100 - £120 275 A late 19th Century Bohemian yellow glass cologne bottle of footed faceted form with flared faceted petal rim and spire form stopper, height 22cm. £80 - £120 276 A 1930s Art Deco high sided bowl, possibly Stuart & Sons, with mitre cute decoration and star cut base, diameter 20cm. £30 - £50 277 An early 20th Century American cream jug and twin handled sugar bowl, the clear glass with a silver overlay in the Art Nouveau style, marked ‘Sterling’, height of tallest 8.5cm. (2)

£60 - £80 279 A later 20th Century Murano glass table lamp, the glass of footed globe and shaft form decorated with lattachino and bronze aventurine spiral lines and mounted, total height 40cm. £100 - £150 280 A pair of 20th Century green glass decanters of bottle form, each with faceted decoration, lacking stopper, unmarked, height 31.5cm. (2) £60 - £80

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£40 - £60 282 A 1930s Art Deco glass cup and cover, possibly by Stuart, the cup with bucket form bowl, thick stem with internal spiral and domed foot, engraved with alternating stylised leaves and geometric patterns, the conical cover with conforming decoration, unmarked, height 19cm.

£60 - £80

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

283 A 1930s French Art Deco tray, the ovoid base in a peach mirror glass with scalloped edges with twin handles and ball feet, length 40cm.

286 A late 19th Century Stevens and Williams green glass decanter of footed dimpled ovoid form with hallmarked silver collar, with conforming hollow blown dimpled stopped, hallmarked London 1897, height 28.5cm.

£60 - £80

285 A 20th Century Val St Lambert vase of waisted form, the clear crystal cased in green and flash cut with repeat panels of decoration, engraved signature, height 24.5cm.

£80 - £120


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287 A 20th Century Italian scramble glass paperweight containing millefiori canes, lattachino canes and bronze aventurine, height 6cm, together with another dump paperweight with three flower heads and internal controlled air bubbles. (2) £80 - £120 288 A 20th Century Daum stylised glass figure of the Madonna holding a child, engraved signature, height 30cm. £50 - £70 289 Three later 20th Century clear crystal stylised figures of Scottish Terriers by Ned Harris, one seated, one begging and one standing, all with engraved signatures, height of tallest 9cm. (3) £80 - £120 290 An early 20th Century Venetian ruby glass vase of ovoid form with everted rim, with applied clear foot and twin handles, gilded and enamelled with theatrical scenes, height 19cm. £30 - £50 291 A later 20th Century studio glass vase by Norman Stuart Clarke, of globular form with blue spots and whiplash lines on the green ground all in an iridescence, engraved signature, height 11cm, together with a similar scent bottle of squat form with iridescent blue spots and green whiplash lines, conforming stopper, engraved signature. (2)

292 A collection of Italian Murano glass lampwork figures, to include a lady and gentleman standing before a street lamp, six cats, seven dogs, five deer, four elephants, a peacock and two others, height of tallest 11cm. (26) £30 - £50 293 A later 20th Century studio glass scent bottle of compressed form, the clear crystal cased over graduated green to pink to blue with a tri-colour cane to each side, with stopper, engraved signature, height 16cm, together with a studio glass vase of sleeve form with everted rim with deep amethyst whiplash lines over the mottled ground, engraved signature K. Hodgetts. (2) £30 - £50 294 A collection of 20th Century glass bottles, some marked ‘Poisonous’. (qty) £20 - £40 295 An early 20th Century glass vase of footed conical form with hallmarked silver rim, the main body cut with fruits and leaves below a star border, Birmingham 1928, Burtons & Waters, height 22.5cm.

296 A large 18th Century leech jar, the clear glass of inverted baluster form with short collar neck and swept column base with folded foot, height 36cm. £150 - £180 297 A 20th Century clear cut crystal vase in the form of a thistle with matched stopper, together with a silver plated whisky label, height 30cm. £40 - £60 298 An early 20th Century clear crystal Scrooge decanter with silver hallmarked collar, marks rubbed, and lapidary stopper, height 26cm, together with a similar larger example with white metal collar and lapidary stopper, height 28cm. (2) £80 - £120 299 A 19th Century single Bohemian table lustre in the manner of Moser, cased in opal over green and flash cut with repeat panels of cut and enameled floral decoration, detailed with crystal albertines and buttons, height 33cm, S/D. £80 - £120 300 A pair of early 20th Century Loetz vases in the Coppelia pattern with applied iridescent trails over a swagged ground, height 14cm, together with two Loetz shallow bowls, S/D. (4)

£60 - £90

£40 - £60 301 An early 20th Century Loetz glass powder bowl and cover in the Olympia decor with applied ball feet and finial with a petrol iridescence, height 11cm.

£60 - £80

£40 - £60 302 A late 19th Century opaline posy basket with applied blue glass trail, flower and twisted handle, together with a similar smaller example. (2) £30 - £40

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310 A 19th Century Bohemian clear crystal tankard engraved with a stag running in woodland below a pewter thumb lift cover, height 21cm. £50 - £60 311 A late 19th Century epergne, the petal edged bowl rising to a central flute flanked by three lower trumpets, each in graduated ruby and opal to green with applied green crimped trails, height 39cm. £80 - £120 312 A large post war ruby glass vase with rings of relief moulded bubbles below a collar neck, height 34cm. 305

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303 A pair of late 19th Century Stevens & Williams ruby glass posy vases with quilted body and applied amber threading, height 9.5cm, together with a pair of ruby and gold aventurine rustic posy vases and a further ruby example. (5)

318 307 A small post war Italian Cenedese glass bowl with sommerso cased body in blue over green with a corroso finish, unmarked, width 10.5cm, together with a similar ashtray. (2) £30 - £50

£40 - £60 304 A late 19th Century posy vase in the form of a cornucopia with mottled coloured ground raised to a splayed green base, together with a ruby posy and a rustic form twin branch posy. (3)

£100 - £150 306 A later 20th Century studio glass footed bowl designed by Ann Warff and Wilke Adolfsson, graduated green to blue to opal, the ovoid bowl rising from a swept column base on a cloud form foot, engraved signature, height 17.5cm. £80 - £120

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313 A late 19th Century ruby glass celery vase with clear crystal foot, together with a large frill rim dish and posy vase. (3) £30 - £50 314 A late 19th to early 20th Century continental amber glass claret jug of footed ovoid form, in silver plated mounts with scroll handle and leaf and berry finial, with plated label in the form of the initial P, height 26cm. £70 - £100

£30 - £50 305 A late 19th Century Bohemian glass vase in the manner of Neuwelt, tulip form with a scalloped rim above a wide knop and circular spread foot, the deep green with an applied opal panel decorated with a portrait of a lady within gilt borders, height 23cm.

£40 - £60

308 308 A later 20th Century Bob Crooks hand blown glass ‘Energy’ bowl with a pulled wave rim, the deep pink ground with blue spiral threading, engraved signature, length 51cm. £150 - £200

315 A 20th Century Perthshire Cartwheel paper weight with millefiori canes to a purple cushion ground, together with two further Scottish weights. (3) £40 - £60 316 A 20th Century scramble glass paperweight, possible Italian with random millefiori canes over a white lattachino cane ground.

309 Two Italian Murano glass plates, the first with a lattachino spiral lane in alternating white, blue and gold aventurine, diameter 18cm, the second with a wave rim and lattachino patterns highlighted with opal and aventurine. (2)

£40 - £50

£30 - £50

£30 - £50

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317 A pair of early 20th Century candle sticks with folded circular foot, hollow blown stem and dish form sconce with applied droppers. (2)


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332 A collection of late 19th and early 20th Century ‘End of Day’ glass to include hyacinth vases, shoulder vases and ewers cased in clear crystal over mottled green, pink, yellow and aventurine ground, tallest 23cm. (6)

318 A late 18th Century olive green glass wine bottle of mallet form with applied lip and an applied ‘Palmer 1775’ seal to the body, height 30cm. £200 - £300 319 A post war Whitefriars Zig Zag vase, pattern number 9759 in Kingfisher blue, together with a matched Bark vase, height 15cm. (2) £40 - £60 320 A later 20th Century Okra glass vase of shouldered ovoid form with everted rim, the deep amethyst ground decorated with a silvered pulled loop decoration, height 10cm, together with a paperweight similarly decorated, both unmarked. (2) £50 - £70 321 An Okra glass paperweight with the amethyst ground decorated with iridescent pulled trails in blue, engraved signature and dated 1984, height 6cm, together with two other Okra paperweights, the first decorated with purple iridescent hearts and trails on a mottled pink ground and the other with iridescent pulled threads in brown and green against the white ground, both unsigned. (3) £80 - £120 322 Four later 20th Century Okra glass paperweights of ovoid form, each decorated with iridescent spots against the mottled ground, all unsigned, height of tallest 7.5cm. (4) £80 - £120

£40 - £60 321 323 A selection of glass paperweights with various internal decoration, including stylised flowers, a frog, controlled air bubbles, etc., together with two witches balls. (11) £30 - £50 324 A late Georgian coin goblet with large waisted ovoid bowl engraved ‘East 1821’, above a hollow blown spherical stem with internal coin above a circular foot, height 15.5cm. £80 - £120 325 An early 20th Century clear cut crystal decanter with diamond, panel and fan cuts below a three ring neck and mushroom form stopper, together with a similar example and a loop handled claret. (3)

328 Two early 19th Century rummers, circa 1810-1825, each with large ovoid bowl, capstan stem and circular spread foot, height 14.5cm, together with two similar smaller examples. (4) £60 - £80 329 A Harlequin set of six mid 20th Century continental wine glasses with cut and polished decoration over different colour bowls, each raised to a facet cut stem and radial cut foot, height 18cm. (6) £50 - £60 330 An early 20th Century continental spirit decanter of low shouldered form with slender collar neck and loop handle mounted with a pewter scroll work collar and thumb lift, height 25cm.

£60 - £80

£50 - £80

326 Two glass rummers, circa 1800, both with ovoid petal moulded bowls above capstan stems and circular spread foot, height of tallest 15cm. (2)

331 A pair of late 19th Century continental vases of lobed shouldered form with collar neck and applied loop handles, cased in clear crystal over pink with silver aventurine, height 18cm, together with a similar period bowl with gold aventurine over peach and an opal and pink frill rim bowl, S/D. (4)

£60 - £80 327 A harlequin set of 20th Century Venetian wine glasses each engraved in the Watteau style with figures to garden settings over green, ruby, purple and blue bowls, height 15.5cm. (6)

£40 - £60

333 A collection of late 19th to early 20th Century ‘End of Day’ glass to include hyacinth and shouldered ovoid vases cased in clear crystal over tonal pink and white mottled ground, tallest 19cm. (6) £40 - £60 334 A collection of late 19th and early 20th Century ‘End of Day’ glass to include a pair of slender compressed ovoid posy vases with applied clear crystal trim and a pair of squat lobed examples, all cased in clear crystal over mottled pink and green ground, tallest 19cm. (5) £40 - £60 335 A collection of late 19th to early 20th Century ‘End of Day’ glass to include a pair of ovoid vases with tight pinched rim, covered box and a lobed ewer, all cased in clear crystal over mottled tonal red, pink, green and blue ground, tallest 19cm. (7) £40 - £60 336 Five assorted 18th Century ale glasses to include two with wrythen bowls, an example engraved with hops and barley and two with slice cut bowls, height of tallest 14cm. (5) £60 - £80

£50 - £60

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337 A drinking glass, circa 1780, with ovoid bowl, faceted stem and circular spread foot, together with a Victorian tavern glass, a Venetian glass with yellow funnel bowl engraved with foliate scrolls, stem with multiple decorative knops and circular spread foot, height 18.5cm, and a Victorian frigger pipe in green. (4) £40 - £60 338 A 19th Century wine glass in the 18th Century taste with trumpet bowl, above two bladed knops and a propeller stem and circular spread foot, height 15cm. £80 - £120 339 A later 20th Century Mdina winged goblet with a tonal blue and green bowl with flared stem, raised to a clear crystal foot, height 18cm. £30 - £50 340 A 1930s WMF Myra Kristal bowl of footed fluted form with a green, gold iridescence, width 15cm. £50 - £80 341 A small collection of late 19th Century glass to comprise a pair of wrythen fluted green glass vases with floral enamel decoration, together with two ewers and a gilt metal mounted vase. (5) £40 - £60 342 A 20th Century ruby glass jug decorated in the Mary Gregory style with a gilt to a landscape setting, height 18cm, together with a ruby celery vase, flared rim vase, dish and dimple body water carafe. (5) £50 - £80

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344 A pair of late 19th Century continental vases of shouldered ovoid form cased in pale blue over opal and enamelled with a butterfly to a flowering bough, height 14cm, together with a pair of slender ewers enamelled with flowers and foliage over a frosted ground, height 25cm, S/D. (4)

347 A pair of 1930s Czechoslovakian Art Deco shot glasses of compressed form, each with slice cut decoration and an enamelled red repeat pattern, height 7.5cm. (2)

£30 - £50

348 A collection of late 19th/early 20th Century oil lamp shades, to include nine various examples, including coloured, opaline, and frosted glass, smallest 15cm, tallest 23cm. (9)

345 A later 20th Century Boda Afors two branch candlestick designed by Bertil Vallien, cast in clear glass with a textured design and a stylised face to the front, height 18cm, together with a pair of Orrefors Olympic torch candle holders. (3) £40 - £60 346 A 1930s continental glass vase of footed cylindrical form, cased in amber over clear and flash cut in a grid design with alternating leaf and cross panels, height 19cm.

£70 - £100 349 A pair of 19th Century wine glasses in the 18th Century style, each with round funnel bowl engraved with fruiting vines, double series opaque twist stem with seven ply spiral outside two tapes and conical foot, height 15cm. (2) £60 - £80 350 An 18th Century footed bowl of high sided flared form, wrythen moulded and with applied blue rim, height 9cm.

£30 - £50

343 An early 20th Century Kralik bowl with wave rim and deep dimpled decoration to the green iridescent ground, raised to a silver plated stand, height 16cm.

£80 - £120

£30 - £50

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351 An Act of Union glass decanter circa 1801, of Prussian form, with three applied annulated rings to the neck with basal column moulding and engraved with a rose, thistle and shamrock, lacking stopper, height 19cm. £150 - £180 352 A large 20th Century decorative bottle of footed conical form decorated with rows of winged bands all below a matched stopper terminating in a bird finial, height 45cm, S/D. £80 - £120

358 355 Seven 19th Century drinking glasses to included an example with funnel bowl with basal slice cut decoration, baluster stem and circular spread foot, 12.5cm, and other similar, some with printie cut decoration. (7) £40 - £60 356 A single Victorian ruby and overpainted gilt table lustre in a glass dome on turned base, height 48cm. £40 - £60 353 353 An Irish Cork Waterloo Glass Co. decanter, circa 1800, of mallet form with three applied rings to neck and basal column moulding with bullseye stopper, moulded marks to base, height 28cm. £400 - £600 354 A Georgian ale glass, circa 1790, with conical bowl, bladed knop and folded shallow foot, height 11cm. £80 - £120

357 A spirit decanter of compressed flat cut form, decorated with stylised floral sprays formed from printie cut ovals and mitre cuts, with conforming stopper, height 22cm. £120 - £150 358 A collection of seven assorted late 19th and early 20th Century glass scent bottles of varying form comprising a facet cut cranberry double ended example, two with silver Art Nouveau style overlay, a circular example with painted decoration on a 9ct finger chain, two amber coloured examples and a milk white example with painted decoration. (7)

359 A 20th Century continental green glass goblet in the 17th Century Dutch taste, with wrythen bucket bowl with applied fins around the base, the large hollow stem also with applied fins merging into the conical foot with applied threading, height 20cm. £50 - £70 360 A 20th Century continental green glass winged vase in the 17th Century taste, of wrythen moulded baluster form, two bands of applied crimped fins to the body, the rim of wave form, two applied scroll handles and crimped foot, height 23cm. £60 - £80 361 Two 20th Century Hadeland glass vases, a tear drop shaped vase, engraved to the front with a Scorpio symbol, engraved marks to back, height 18cm, and a vase of compressed octagonal form, engraved with two figures embracing to the front, engraved marks to back, height 13cm. £30 - £50

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362 A group of late 19th Century French pressed glass vases relief moulded with flowers and foliage over the blue opaline ground, tallest 26cm. (4) £30 - £50 363 Two post war Orrefors clear crystal glass vases designed by Sven Palmqvist, the first of compressed ovoid form and engraved with an image of a girl surrounded by flowers, the second of hexagonal form and engraved with a girl holding a flower, both with engraved signatures, height of tallest 15cm.

367 An early 20th Century Stevens & Williams alabaster glass bowl and cover, the opal cushion foot below shallow form bowl and domed cover with applied opal handle to the pink ground, unmarked, height 16cm, together with a similar vase of slender form with flared rim with opal foot. (2) £40 - £60 368 Franco Deboni: ‘Venini Glass’, 2 Volumes, updated catalogue including the Red, Green and Blue catalogues, within original printed sleeve, now out of print.

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

364 A late 19th Century Stourbridge ‘Brain Ware’ vase of shouldered ovoid form with a petrol iridescence over the textured ground, unmarked, height 27cm.

369 An early 20th Century Fenton Queens Burmese vase of waisted sleeve form.

£60 - £80

370 An early 20th Century vase in the manner of Kralik, of slender waisted sleeve form in a pale iridescence with an applied peacock trail, height 23cm.

365 A 20th Century Czechoslovakian table lamp, the clear glass triform base rising to a clear crystal cased wall around an internal deep ruby core all below chrome plated mounts, height 27cm. £60 - £80 366 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, with a continental glass bowl of circular section with flared rim, mottled blue with a frosted ice effect. (2) £60 - £80

£30 - £50

£40 - £60 371 An early 20th Century Richardson’s clear crystal claret jug of globe and shaft form with applied air twist hand, with hollow blown stopper, height 26cm. £30 - £40 372 A 20th Century Tudor Crystal vase of flared trumpet form with knopped stem and circular foot cut and engraved with floral baskets and foliate scrolls, height 18.5cm. £80 - £120

373 A contemporary art glass vase of handkerchief form, the white frosted glass with blue spots and trails with yellow highlights, indistinctly signed ‘Klein 2000’, height 21.5cm. £60 - £80 374 A 20th Century glass table lamp of cylindrical form, cased in amethyst over a paler frosted amethyst and cameo cut with ducks in a pond amongst flowers and butterflies, height including fitting 28cm. £130 - £150 375 A 20th Century Waterford clear crystal bowl raised to a circular foot, decorated with a band of ovals and mitre cut lozenges above strawberry diamonds, below a scalloped border cut with fans, height 17.5cm. £80 - £120 376 A 20th Century Stourbridge clear crystal glass bowl raised to a knopped stem and circular foot, cut with a strawberry diamond pattern and printie cut ovals, height 15cm. £40 - £60 377 Ten Austrian Moser drinking glasses, seven clear and three blue, each with a cup shaped bowl decorated with a band of gilt with enamelled flowers, each cushioned stem with applied prunts and a folded conical foot, height 10cm. (10) £100 - £150 378 A Whitefriars paperweight of faceted form with concentric rings of ruffle and cog canes with stars in red, white and blue with date cane for 1971, diameter 7.5cm, together with a glass walking stick in green of plain form. (2) £60 - £80

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383 379 3 DONALD McGILL (20th Century) - ‘You see it all depends on one thing’, watercolour, signed, framed, 20.5cm x 15cm. £70 - £100 380 3 DONALD McGILL (20th Century) - ‘I wonder how I look when I’m asleep’, watercolour, framed, 15.5cm x 23.5cm. £70 - £100

381 NORMAN JAQUES (1926-2014) - ‘Ghost Town of the West, U.S.A.’, etching, signed in pencil, numbered 2/15, framed, 40cm x 45cm, frame size 62cm x 76cm.

383 ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE MORLAND (17631804) - Rustic figures with horses, sheep and pigs before a stable, oil on canvas, framed, 96cm x 136cm.

£60 - £80

£1,500 - £2,000

382 3 CARL HENNING PEDERSEN (1913-2007) ‘Portrait’, abstract forms, mixed media on board, signed and titled verso, framed, 63cm x 61cm. £200 - £300

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396 ELYSE ASHE LORD (1900-1971) Bird on a branch, hand coloured etching, signed in pencil, numbered 55/75 and titled ‘Chinese’, framed, 32cm x 22cm, frame size 59cm x 49cm. £50 - £80

384 384 DIANE FRANCIS (CONTEMPORARY) - ‘Gas Street Basin’, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 51cm x 76cm, frame size 61cm x 86cm. £150 - £200 385 An early 19th century gilt enhanced cut out silhouette portrait of a lady, framed, 10cm x 8cm, frame size, 17cm x 15cm, also two 20th century printed miniatures. (3) £80 - £120 386 AFTER GIOVANNI BATISTA FALDA - Design for a Baroque fountain, engraving, framed, 28cm x 18cm, also two other companion engravings. (3) £70 - £100 387 HEINCZ (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - Study of a Pekingese puppy, oil on board, signed, framed, 16.5cm x 12.5cm. £50 - £70

400 388 ATTRIBUTED TO GARMAN MORRIS (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - Fishing boat in a calm, gouache, framed, 33cm x 21cm, also the companion and four other various framed gouaches by various hands. (6) £50 - £70 389 WILLIAM GEORGE ROBB (18721940) - ‘Mill near Uckfield, Sussex’, oil on artist’s board, signed, inscribed verso, framed, 30cm x 34cm, also one other oil on board by the same hand. (2) £80 - £120 390 ITALIAN SCHOOL (CONTEMPORARY) - The Bridge of Sighs, Venice, watercolour, signed indistinctly, framed, 15cm x 6.5cm, also three other watercolours by the same hand and an aquatint by Freda Wright. (5) £50 - £80 391 H. THOMAS BROMLEY (18531924) - A trompe l’oeil still life with a brace of pigeons, oil on board, bears later attribution verso, framed, 54cm x 45cm. £100 - £150

392 JOHN WORSDALE (1930-2008) Tranquil river scene with sailing boats, watercolour, signed, framed, 36cm x 54cm, frame size 60cm x 75cm *Worsdale was a member of The Wapping Group of artists. £50 - £80 393 AFTER HENRI MATISSE (18691954) - ‘Apollon’, lithograph, signed and dated 1953 in the stone, published by Mourlot Freres, Paris, 1954, bears ‘John Davies Gallery, Moreton-in-Marsh’ label verso, framed, 34cm x 47cm. £100 - £150 394 3 MACKENZIE THORPE (B.1956) ‘Loving Family’, giclee print on paper, signed in pencil and numbered 84/850, framed, 46cm x 37cm, frame size 80cm x 69cm £60 - £80 395 NOEL SHEPHERDSON (CONTEMPORARY) - Seated nude, gouache, signed, framed, 31cm x 25cm, also three unframed pencil drawing by Tom Greenshields. (4) £40 - £60

397 3 JERZY MAREK (1925-2014) ‘Junior League’, oil on board, signed and dated 1969, framed, 31cm x 34cm, frame size 45cm x 56cm. £60 - £80 398 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - A family of foxes, oil on board, framed, 12cm x 18cm, frame size 28cm x 38cm, also the companion, a pack of hounds, a pair. (2) £50 - £80 399 MAY HOPKINSON (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - A hound in a stable, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1912, framed, 89cm x 38cm, frame size 112cm x 57cm, also a companion, a pair. (2) £50 - £80 400 3 JAMES MILLER, RSA, RSW (1893-1987) - ‘Fishing Boats, Dieppe’, watercolour, signed, inscribed and dated 1927, bears labels verso, framed, 18cm x 28cm. £200 - £300 401 RUDOLPH AKERMANN ( PUBLISHER) - ‘View in Westmoreland’, hand coloured aquatint, published 1808, framed, 26cm x 30cm, also a companion ‘A view in Hyde Park’. (2) £30 - £50

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402 3 MACKENZIE THORPE (B. 1956) ‘Wash Day’, pastel drawing, signed with initials, bears vignette pencil drawing depicting figures, a bicycle and a dog, framed, 90cm x 60cm overall. £1,500 - £2,000 403 A. D. BELL (MID 19TH CENTURY)‘Swanage Bay, Dorset’, watercolour, signed and dated 1948, framed, 27cm x 37cm. £100 - £150 404 JOSEPH KNIGHT RI RCA (18371909) - A calm sea at sunset, probably Thurlestone Sands, Devon, watercolour and body colour, signed and dated 1906, framed, 42cm x 32cm. £150 - £200 405 HERBERT JOHNSON HARVEY (1884-1928) - Portrait of a woman with a headscarf, drypoint, signed in the plate and signed in pencil, unframed, 24cm x 18cm. £80 - £120 406 HERBERT JOHNSON HARVEY (1884-1928) - Portrait of a lady with auburn hair, believed to be the artist’s wife, graphite and sanguine on grey paper, signed in pencil, unframed, 30cm x 21.5cm. £100 - £150

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407 ELLIS SILAS (1885-1972) - A sailing barge on the Thames, watercolour, signed, framed 31cm x46cm. £80 - £120

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408 ATTRIBUTED TO BENJAMIN WILLIAMS LEADER (1821-1923)A path through the mountains, watercolour, framed, 11cm x 18cm. £80 - £120

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409 LEWIS HOWE-BENNETT (B.1934) - ‘A Warwickshire Lane’, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 44cm x 60cm. £100 - £150 410 WILLIAM BINGHAM MCGUINNESS RHA (1849-1928) Market day in a continental town, watercolour, signed and dated 1881, framed, 61cm x 37cm. £80 - £120 411 REGINALD CLEAVER (1870-1954) - Marriage of Nicholas II and Alexandra, St Petersburg, pen and ink illustration, signed, framed, 21cm x 32.5cm. £60 - £80 412 JOSHUA BRYANT (fl. 1798-1823) - A View of the library at Thornville, Yorkshire, watercolour, unframed, 16cm x 25cm. *This watercolour was painted c.1802. It forms a basis for an aquatint illustration. Published in a book by Colonel Thornton owner of Thornville Royal. £200 - £200 413 3 MACKENZIE THORPE (B.1956) ‘In the Pits’, pastel drawing, signed with initials, bears Birmingham City Art Gallery exhibition label verso, framed, 82cm x 69cm. £1,500 - £2,000

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414 3 MACKENZIE THORPE (B.1956) - ‘Lost Soles’, pastel drawing, signed with initials, bears Birmingham City Art Gallery exhibition label verso, framed, 82cm x 69cm. £1,500 - £2,000

415 415 PETER EVERETT (CONTEMPORARY) - Study of the steam locomotive Lord Rowallan, No: 70045, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 51cm x 76cm. £80 - £120

416 416 PETER EVERETT (CONTEMPORARY) - Study of the steam locomotive Union Pacific, No: X4019, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 61cm x 76cm. £80 - £120 414

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417 417 PIERRE GRISOT (1911-1995) Girl in a pink dress, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 54cm x 46cm. £400 - £600 418 CECIL J. THORNTON (1911-2001) - ‘Salthouses Marshes, Norfolk’, watercolour, signed, dated 1966 verso, bears ‘Paris Salon’ label, framed, 11.5cm x 18cm.

421 421 J. P. WALL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - Anemonies in a vase, watercolour, signed, framed, 40cm x 28cm. £80 - £120 422 ITALIAN SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY) - The Coronation of The Virgin, oil on panel, framed, 41cm x 32cm. £300 - £400

£80 - £120 419 A. RHEINHART (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) - A woodland glade, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1917, framed, 80cm x 121cm.

422 423 AFTER SIR WILLIAM NICHOLSON (1872-1949) - ‘An Almanac of Twelve Sports’, illustrations of the months of the year, lithographs after the originals published by Heinemann, 1898, each framed, 30cm x 22cm.

425 RON HUMPHRIES (CONTEMPORARY) - Figures on a country road in winter, acrylic on canvas, signed, framed, 51cm x 76.5cm.

£400 - £600

426 PETER COX (CONTEMPORARY) A pond in an extensive wooded landscape, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 61cm x 92cm.

424 ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) - Portrait of a young man wearing a black coat and stock, watercolour miniature on ivory, oval, framed, 6.5cm x 5cm. £70 - £100

£60 - £80 420 ENGLISH SCHOOL, CIRCA 1850 - Portrait of a young man wearing a black jacket and stock, half length, oil on canvas, framed, 76cm x 63cm, also the companion ‘Portrait of an elderly lady’ - a pair. (2) £100 - £150

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427 3 GORDON KING (B. 1939) Models in the artist’s studio, watercolour, signed, framed, 49cm x 66cm.

430 WILLIAM LANGLEY (1852-1922) Cattle on a road in The Highlands, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 49cm x 75cm.

433 3 DAVID GENTLEMAN (B.1930) - A London warehouse, lithograph, signed in pencil and numbered 36/70, framed, 56cm x 44cm.

£200 - £300

£200 - £300

£60 - £80

428 IVAN LAPPER, ARCA (CONTEMPORARY) - ‘Bridgnorth from the river’, gouache, bears attribution on label verso, framed, also one other gouache depicting Claverley Church. (2)

431 ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY HADFIELD CUBLEY (1858-1934) A river scene with distant church, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly and dated 1878, framed, 50cm x 61cm.

£120 - £180

£100 - £150

429 OLIVER CLARE (1852-1927) Plums and a peach on a mossy bank, oil on board, signed, framed, 16cm x 21cm, also the companion ‘Plums and grapes’ - a pair.(2)

432 DUTCH SCHOOL (LATE 20TH CENTURY) - A frozen canal scene, oil on board, bears signature, framed, 29cm x 49cm, also the companion - a pair. (2)

£200 - £300

£100 - £150

434 EDWARD LEAR (1812-1888) Campagna di Roma, monochrome wash, bears ‘Thomas Agnew, London’ label verso,9cm x 14.5cm. *bears hand written verse from Tennyson ‘For all experience is an arch wherethro’ gleams the untravelled world, whose margin fades, for ever and for ever when I move’ £400 - £600

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435 435 3 LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY, RA (18871976) - ‘Industrial Panorama’, photographic reproduction print, signed in pencil, published 1972, framed, 61cm x 80cm. £3,000 - £4,000

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436 RUSSIAN SCHOOL (LATE 20TH CENTURY) - Autumnal river landscape, oil on board, inscribed in Cyrillic verso, unframed, 110cm x 78cm. £50 - £70

437 3 GEORGE BUSBY (1926-2005) - ‘Gaslight in London’, gouache, signed, inscribed on label verso, framed, 35cm x 46cm, also two other watercolours by the same hand. (3) £100 - £150


Paintings and Prints

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438 ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) Portrait of a little girl wearing a pink dress and holding a basket of flowers, oil on board, oval, framed, 30cm x 24cm. £300 - £400 439 FOLLOWER OF ALEXANDER M. ROSSI (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - A young beauty, oil on canvas, framed, 36cm x 31cm, also one other portrait by the same hand - a pair. (2) £100 - £150 440 EDWARD ARMFIELD (1817-1896) - Three inquisitive terriers in a barn, oil on canvas, signed, framed, also the companion - a pair. (2)

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441 AFTER PHILIP EUSTACE STRETTON ‘Chums’, photogravure, framed, 15cm x 25cm, also two companions. (3) £100 - £150 442 ROBERT DUMONT-SMITH (1908-1994) - A figure by a pond in a wooded landscape, oil on board, signed, framed, 23cm x 28cm. £70 - £100

443 443 3 JOHN PIPER (1903-1992) - ‘Kirkmaiden’, lithograph, signed in pencil, numbered 13/70, published 1975, framed, 60cm x 91cm, frame size 84cm x 110cm. £300 - £500

£120 - £180

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444 3 RONALD SEARLE (1920-2011) - ‘Pastorale’, lithograph, signed in pencil, dated 1975, titled and numbered 49/99, printed by Michel Cassé, Paris, framed, 49cm x 64cm, frame size 60cm x 74cm. £150 - £200 445 STEVEN VICARY (CONTEMPORARY) - ‘Heather - Stretton Hills’, oil on board, signed and dated 2007 verso, framed, 20cm x 51cm, frame size 28cm x 59cm also the companion, a pair (2) £50 - £70 446 3 DAVID SHEPHERD, OBE (1931-2017) - ‘Jungle Gentleman’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, numbered 758/2000, bears Solomon & Whitehead blind stamp, framed, 44cm x 73cm, frame size 76cm x 100cm, also a companion ‘The Sentinel’. (2) £100 - £150 447 3 DAVID SHEPHERD, OBE (1931-2017) ‘Cheetah’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 39/350, framed, 43cm x 69cm, frame size 70cm x 95cm, also ‘Lone Wanderers of the Arctic’ and ‘Jaguars’ by the same hand. (3)

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448 DAVID SHEPHERD, OBE (1931-2017) - ‘Two Gentlemen of Savuti’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil, numbered 522/1500, bears Solomon & Whitehead blind stamp, framed, 41cm x 67cm, frame size 70cm x 92cm, also two unframed companions ‘Ranoch Moor’ and ‘Old Charlie’. (3) £120 - £180 449 ITALIAN SCHOOL (LATE 18TH CENTURY) Madonna and Child, oil on canvas, framed, 48cm x 39cm, frame size 61cm x 52cm. £100 - £150 450 DOUGLAS E. WEST (1931-2007) - A hunt and hounds on a country lane, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 51cm x 77cm, frame size 66cm x 91cm. £70 - £100 451 JUDY LINNELL (CONTEMPORARY) - ‘Stormy Seas’, watercolour and gouache, signed, inscribed on label verso, framed, 47cm x 55cm, frame size 78cm x 85cm. £200 - £300

£100 - £150

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452 AFTER ERICH CORRENS (1821-1877) - The Holy Family with St. John, over painted print laid down on canvas, framed, 65cm x 80cm, frame size 98cm x 113cm. £100 - £150 453 3 MARY PYM (CONTEMPORARY) - ‘Calm Evening, Dungeness’, oil on board, signed, framed, 81cm x 73cm, frame size 101cm x 93cm. £200 - £300 454 J. WINDSOR HARRIS (LATE 19TH CENTURY) Beech woods in autumn, watercolour, signed, framed, 18cm x 24cm, frame size 25cm x 33cm, also one other watercolour by S. J. Stewell. (2) £70 - £100 455 ANNE HARCOURT (1917-1985) - A panoramic view over fields and woodland, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 35cm x 45cm, frame size 49cm x 60cm. £60 - £80


Paintings and Prints

456 GEORGE TURNER (1841-1910) - ‘ A Welsh Valley’, oil on canvas, signed, signed and inscribed with the artist’s address verso, dated 1898, framed, 61cm x 91cm, frame size 69cm x 99cm. £400 - £600 457 CIRCLE OF BARRY LEIGHTON-JONES - Tug-of-War, gouache illustration, framed, 31cm x 111cm, frame size 48cm x 126cm. £300 - £400 458 ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM SHAYER, JUNIOR (1811-1892) - Young Harvesters, oil on canvas, framed, 47cm x 79cm, frame size 63cm x 95cm. 456

£600 - £800 459 M. ROWLAND (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - A family sitting outside a cabin, possibly America, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1889, framed, 43cm x 54cm, frame size 50cm x 60cm. £120 - £180 460 WILLIAM JOHN WAINWRIGHT, RWS (1855-1931) - ‘An Unobserved Observer’, watercolour, signed and inscribed verso, bears fragment of label, framed, 19cm x 14cm, frame size 40cm x 36cm.

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£150 - £200 461 GIROLAMO GIANNI (1837-1895) - Valetta Harbour, Malta by moonlight, oil on board, signed, framed, 11cm x 28cm, frame size 21cm x 38cm. £1,000 - £1,200

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462 462 RUSSIAN SCHOOL (LATE 20TH CENTURY) - A city park with distant buildings at night, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly, signed and inscribed on label verso, dated 1987, framed, 57cm x 50cm, frame size 66cm x 59cm. £100 - £150 463 LUIGI ROSSINI (1790-1857) - ‘Veduta di Campidoglio’, engraving, published 1821, framed, 36cm x 45cm, frame size 53cm x 62cm, also three other architectural engravings after the same hand. (4)

464 466 ENGLISH SCHOOL (MID 19TH CENTURY) - Portrait of a young cleric, miniature portrait on ivory, signed with monogram ‘L.M.’, oval, framed, 7cm x 6cm, also a reproduction miniature depicting Burns and two silhouettes. (4)

467 467 ATTRIBUTED TO HERBERT WILLIAM WEEKES (18411914) - ‘Waiting for Master’, watercolour, framed, 46cm x 34cm, frame size 75cm x 59cm. £120 - £180

£200 - £300

£100 - £150

£80 - £120 464 CLARA M. HAWKES ( LATE 19TH CENTURY) Portrait of a lady wearing a Chinese robe, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1896, framed, 61cm x 41cm, frame size 75cm x 54cm. £100 - £150 465 MODERN BRITISH SCHOOL - A pavilion in a London square, ink and wash drawing, signed indistinctly, framed, 30cm x 37cm, frame size 48cm x 55cm. £70 - £100

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468 ITALIAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) - Portrait of a gentleman wearing 17th century costume, oil on shaped panel, framed, 50cm x 26cm, frame size 59cm x 34cm, also the companion ‘Portrait of a Lady’ - a pair. (2)


Paintings and Prints

471 469 AFTER MYLES BIRKET FOSTER - The Donkey Ride, chromolithograph, framed, 24cm x 38cm, frame size 49cm x 60cm. £50 - £70

472 472 ERNEST HEBER THOMPSON (1891-1971) - A ballerina en pointe before a mirror, etching, signed in the plate, framed, 21cm x 29cm, frame size 46cm x 37cm, also one other etching depicting Two Ballerinas, by the same hand. (2) £200 - £300 473 ERNEST HEBER THOMPSON (1891-1971) Three young ballerinas in conversation, etching, signed in the plate, framed, 22cm x 15cm, frame size 40cm x 33cm, also one other etching depicting a Resting Ballerina, by the same hand. (2) £150 - £200

470 470 ERNEST HEBER THOMPSON (1891-1971) Women mending fishing nets, etching, signed in the plate, framed, 23cm x 31cm. frame size 40cm x 49cm. £100 - £150 471 ERNEST HEBER THOMPSON (1891-1971) Two ballerinas exercising, etching, signed in the plate, framed, 28cm x 20cm, frame size 46.5cm x 37cm.

474 ERNEST HEBER THOMPSON (1891-1971) - A young woman drinking from a flask, etching, signed in the plate, framed, 36cm x 17cm, frame size 54cm x 34cm. £120 - £180 475 CORNELIUS VARLEY (1781-1873) - Study of a thatched barn, sepia wash, framed, 18cm x 25cm, frame size 38cm x 46cm.

473 476 DAVID BARNES ( CONTEMPORARY) Geometric Abstract, acrylic on board, signed verso, framed, 69cm x 49cm, frame size 82cm x 62cm, also one other by the same hand. (2) £80 - £120 477 CONTEMPORARY SCHOOL - Blue splatter painting, acrylic and collage on board, signed with initials ‘A.J.’, framed, 31cm x 60cm, frame size 50cm x 80cm. £50 - £70 478 IVOR HOWARD (CONTEMPORARY) - Mother and Child, monoprint, signed indistinctly in pencil, framed, 36cm x 29cm, frame size 54cm x 54cm. £40 - £60 479 TIM BULMER (B.1958) - ‘Clever Dick!’, etching, signed in pencil and numbered 126/200, framed, 18cm x 11cm, frame size 35cm x 30cm, also two companions. (3) £80 - £120

£70 - £100

£100 - £150

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481 480 JACQUELINE CURRELL (1941-2017) - ‘Snap’, linocut, signed in pencil and numbered 2/5, dated 1996, framed, 56cm x 38cm, frame size 74cm x 56cm, also one other print by the same hand. (2) £70 - £100 481 NANCY BALLANTINE-DYKES (B. 1919) ‘Reclining Figure’, pastel drawing, signed with initials and dated 1968, bears ‘Reading Guild of Artists’ exhibition label verso, framed, 22cm x 31cm, frame size 41cm x 49cm.

482 482 R. A. PALMER (CONTEMPORARY) - Witches in a forest, ink and wash illustration, signed and dated 83, framed, 30cm x 40cm, frame size 44cm x 52cm.

484 E. M. BALL (CONTEMPORARY) - Flowers in an urn on a stone ledge, oil on board, signed, framed, 45cm x 32cm, frame size 75cm x 58cm, also the companion - a pair. (2)

£100 - £150

£200 - £300

483 AFTER JAN VAN HUYSUM - A still life composition with grapes, pomegranate, peaches and plums in a basket on a marble ledge, oil on copper, 20th century copy, framed, 25cm x 18cm, frame size 38cm x 28cm.

485 FANNY JANE BAYFIELD (LATE 19TH CENTURY) - ‘Nest of the Sedge Warbler’, watercolour, signed with monogram and dated 1892, signed and inscribed on label verso, framed, 28cm x 39cm, frame size 46cm x 57cm.

£200 - £300

£120 - £180

£60 - £80

486 ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM STONE (1840-1913) - A winter scene with frozen river, oil on canvas, unframed, 46cm x 76cm. £70 - £100 487 ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) Study of an old pine tree, watercolour, signed indistinctly with initials, framed, 36cm x 26cm, frame size 50cm x 39cm. £50 - £70

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488 IRENE P. BRETTELL (CIRCA 1950) - Chrysanthemums in a green pottery vase, oil on canvas, signed, unframed, 62cm x 46cm, also five other unframed still life oils by the same hand. (6) £60 - £80

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489 IRENE P. BRETTELL (CIRCA 1950) - The Quay, Polperro, oil on canvas, signed, framed, 56cm x 46cm, frame size 67cm x 56cm, also eight other unframed oils, all Cornish scenes, by the same hand. (9)

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490 3 PHILIP GRAY (CONTEMPORARY) - ‘Stormy Seas’, hand embellished giclee print, signed and numbered 43/95, with De Montford Fine Art certificate, framed, 115cm x 96cm.

491 W. REEVES (CONTEMPORARY) Cattle in a Highland landscape, pastel drawing, signed, framed, oval, 44cm x 34cm, frame size 72cm x 61cm £60 - £80

£200 - £300

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492-524 Stamps, Postcards And Ephemera

495 492 An album of mint and used stamps to include Austria, Belgium, Germany, Russia and a similar album. (2)

495 A Queen Victoria high value definitive set, 2/6 to 10/-, used, complete with Westminster certificate.

£40 - £60

£300 - £400

493 An 1840 1d Black with three margins and red Maltese Cross cancellation, used, complete with Windsor Collection certificate.

496 An 1847 USA 5c Benjamin Franklin postage stamp, used, complete with Westminster Collection certificate.

£80 - £120

£100 - £150

494 A set of Queen Victoria Jubilee definitive stamps 1/2d to 1/-, together with an Edward VII definitive set 1/2d to 1/-, both used with Windsor Collection certificates. (2)

497 A 19th Century Cape of Good Hope 1853-64 Cape triangular collection, 1d, 4d, 6d and 1/-, used, in presentation case with certificates.

£50 - £80

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498 part 498 An album of G.B postal history ‘Free’ mail, mounted and written up on leaves identifying senders etc, various hand stamps. (73) £150 - £200 499 An album of Boer War postal history, all to Boer prisoners, containing 22 items, written up on leaves. £150 - £200


Stamps, postcards and Ephemera

516 Two small schoolboy albums of stamps and a sheet of Japanese stamps etc. (qty)

500 Sixteen Boer War Anti-British coloured cartoon type propaganda postcards, with French and German publishers. (16)

£30 - £50

£150 - £200

517 An album of GB stamps containing a penny black, a two penny blue, Victorian definitives and later world stamps and an album of Olympic first day covers. (2)

501 Four Boer War picture postcards with printed addresses to President Kruger in Paris and Berlin during exile, offering support for the Boer cause. (4)

£60 - £90

£80 - £120 502 An album containing Second World War German soldiers mail, 54 items including letters and postcards, many different hand stamps and units. £60 - £80 503 A white ring binder album containing sixty Second World War German soldiers ‘Feldpost’ covers, various hand stamps and units. £50 - £70 504 An album containing approximately one hundred Second World War German soldiers postal covers, various units and hand stamps. £80 - £120 505 An album containing twenty five covers with letters, correspondence to German Luftwaffe in occupied Belgium. £70 - £100 506 A GB stamp album containing various mounted mint and used issues to include 1924-25 British Empire exhibition, 1929 Universal Postal Union Congress one pound stamp, 1934 King George V sea horses, 1939-48 King George VI, 1948 Royal Silver wedding and other sets. (qty) £100 - £150

500 507 An Edwardian postcard album containing glamour, stage stars, royalty, some tinted cards. (qty) £50 - £70 508 An Edwardian postcard album containing Christmas, birthday and greetings cards, also children, glamour and scenic views etc. £50 - £70 509 Two New Imperial stamp albums containing GB, Commonwealth and world stamps, New South Wales, Nova Scotia etc. (2) £60 - £80 510 A collection of world and commemorative stamps contained in two albums, also loose sheets, stock book etc. (qty)

512 A GB stamp album containing a penny black, two penny blues, penny reds, also various sets including the 1948 one pound with two other albums and four small albums of First Day covers. (7) £80 - £120 513 An extensive Commonwealth and world stamp collection contained in five albums also stock books, loose sheets and presentation packs. (qty) £100 - £150 514 A stock album of British stamps, a similar stock book of Belgian issues and small quantity of dolls house furniture. (qty) £50 - £80

511 An album of 20th Century post 1950s German stamps, various issues, and a metal deed box containing a large quantity of definitive stamps. (qty)

515 An Edwardian postcard album containing views of the Isle of Wight, real photographic cards, kings visit to the Guildhall Gloucester 1909, Devon and others, a quantity of loose cards and assorted bindings of the History of England, A/F. (qty)

£40 - £40

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

518 A collection of Edwardian loose postcards, some topographical views and scenic together with a watercolour sketch book with panoramic views of Gibraltar, Red Sea, Ceylon etc. (qty) £50 - £70 519 An Edwardian postcard album to include greetings, children, military and remembrance cards. (qty) £50 - £70 520 A Minelab X-Terra 305 metal detector with headphones, control box cover, manuals and shovel, boxed. £80 - £120 521 An extensive collection of Edwardian and later postcards contained in eight various sized albums to include topographical, theatrical, views etc and a quantity of assorted loose cards. £200 - £300 522 A New Ideal stamp album to include early world stamps including GB, a penny black and Commonwealth. (qty) £200 - £300 523 An Edwardian postcard album containing photographic cards, scenic views, greetings etc. £70 - £100

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524-621 Toys

527 524 An O gauge Hornby Carr’s Biscuits private owners van, unboxed. £60 - £90

528 An Axial 1:10 scale AX90021 SCX10 electric four wheel drive truck model kit with Dingo body, boxed.

525 A collection of pre-war Heyde, Germany size 0 (70mm) solid cast ‘Ritter auf Pferden’, mounted medieval knight figures with articulated arms, eleven figures with moulded visors on galloping horses with shields, weapons and separate saddles, S/D. (11)

£80 - £120

£100 - £150

530 A Tamiya 56041 1:16 scale M1A2 Abrams US Main Battle Tank remote control model kit, boxed.

526 An OO gauge Hornby R1056 train set in red drawer type box, comprising an 4-6-0 BR black Class 5MT ‘45455’ locomotive, three BR Mk.I coaches, track and controller. £80 - £120

529 A Tamiya 56348 1:14 scale Mercedes-Benz Actros 3363 6x4 Gigaspace remote control tractor truck model kit, boxed. £100 - £140

536 A Schuco monkey pyjama case, golden mohair with felt face, hands and feet, length 70cm, together with a Norah Wellings sailor doll, both well loved. (2)

£120 - £150

537 A Wolverine (USA) No. 27 Drum Major tinplate clockwork toy, tinprinted in bright colours, integral key and stop/start switch to side, height 34cm.

534 A collection of Britains and similar hollowcast figures and accessories, mainly from the Miniature Garden and Farm series, to include a well, rockery and stepped rockery sections, crazy paving, sundials, scarecrow, tramp, milkmaid, dogs in kennels, and assorted other civilian figures, farm animals and other accessories, with a Johillco street gas lamp and ladder and assorted homemade pieces, with a homemade wooden farmhouse, S/D.

£30 - £50

£40 - £60 538 A 1960s Japanese Gilbert Secret Agent’s Aston Martin Action Car, an unlicensed tinplate battery operated model of James Bond’s DB5 in silver with chrome trim, lacking bandit, in correct picture box.

£80 - £120

£300 - £500

535 A collection of toys and games to include a boxed pre-war Marklin spinning top set to include plunger and two tinplate tops, one in the form of a dragonfly, a boxed Good-wood Toys G530 Brer Rabbit pull along toy, Universal Publications Flipping the Kipper (complete), Chad Valley Solitaire, Halma and Sorry. (qty.)

539 A 1960s Japanese Taiyo Love Love Beetle Volkswagen tinplate battery operated car, in orange with tinprinted advertising and racing number, in picture box, together with a Japanese Ichimura Volkswagen 1600TL tinplate friction drive model in red, boxed. (2) £70 - £100

£40 - £60

£300 - £50 531 A Tamiya 56357 1:14 scale Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3348 6x4 Tipper Truck radio control model kit, boxed.

527 A dapple grey rocking horse in the manner of Collinson, the repainted pine body with replacement mane, tail, saddle and reigns, height 96cm and length of base, 116cm.

£100 - £140

£200 - £300

£300 - £500

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533 An Axial AX90021 1:10 scale SCX10 Dingo kit, built, with a Tamiya 1:10 scale radio control Toyota 4x4 Pick-up Truck 58397 Hilux High-lift, built with instructions, and a Carson Model Sport Reflex Stick 6 Channel control. (3)

532 A Tamiya 56028 1:16 scale Russian Heavy Tank KV-1 radio control model kit, boxed. 538


Toys

540 Two Japanese tinplate friction drive models, an Usagiya Toys Co Fire Engine and an Ichiko Polis police car, both in picture boxes. (2) £70 - £90 541 Two Japanese tinplate battery operated toys, a Yonezawa Grand-pa Car and a Daiya Fairyland Loco, both in picture boxes. (2) £80 - £120 542 A collection of nine tinplate toys, mostly made in China, to include Blue Bird, Pecking Chicken, Training Plane, Swimming Duck, Easter Egg, Rabbit, Jumping Frog, Robin Steamboat and Gyrostat Loco, all boxed. (9) £40 - £60 543 Two Dinky Toys diecast model cars, a #110 Aston Martin DB3 Sports in grey with blue interior, white figure driver and RN 20 in picture box with correct colour spot, and a #236 Connaught Racing Car in green with red interior, white figure driver and RN 32 in yellow non picture box. (2)

550

547 A collection of seven unboxed Japanese friction drive tinplate cars by Nakamura, comprising police car, US Army, fire chief, US Air Force, US Navy, ambulance and a taxi. (7)

551 A collection of thirteen playworn Dinky Toys diecast model cars, to include seven racing cars (23E, 23F, 23J x 2, 23K, 23N and Speed of the Wind), unboxed. (13)

£30 - £50

£60 - £80

548 An Arkin Toys, Japan, tinplate friction drive tipper lorry contained in original bag with header card, together with a British clockwork tinplate lorry, S/D.

552 An Airfix Motor Racing slot car set, appears complete, with two 1:32 scale cars, a Ferrari and a Cooper, together with a selection of other Airfix items to include a Jaguar E Type, built and boxed, a Morris Mini Minor, built and with header card, another Morris Mini Minor, incomplete but unstarted in original bag, a selection of bagged and boxed accessory packs, together with an Ideal TCR Indy Jam Circuit set. (qty)

£60 - £80

£60 - £80 544 Three boxed diecast models, a Dinky Toys #111 Triumph TR2 Sports in salmon with blue interior, white figure driver and RN 29, a Crescent Toys #1284 Mercedes-Benz 2.5 Litre Grand Prix Racing Car in silver with white figure driver and RN 12 and a Dinky Toys #465 Morris Commercial Van, S/D. (3)

£50 - £70

£50 - £80 545 Two Lesney Matchbox 1-75 series diecast models, a 19d Lotus Racing Car in green with RN 3 and a 73b Ferrari F1 Racing Car in red with RN 73, both boxed, together with a Matchbox Collector’s Catalogue 1965. (3) £50 - £70 546 Three Lesney Matchbox 1-75 series diecast models, a 19d Lotus Racing Car in green with RN 3, a 52b BRM racing car in blue with RN 5 and a 73b Ferrari F1 Racing Car in red with RN 73, all boxed, S/D. £50 - £70

549 549 A 1920s Dean’s Rag Book Dismal Desmond, brushed cotton with printed details, height 15cm, together with a 1950s Steiff Jocko monkey with mohair body and felt details, height 17cm, and two Maruei mohair rabbits. (4) £60 - £80 550 A collection of plastic toy soldiers and knights, some mounted, to include Britains Deetail, Elastolin and Timpo, unboxed. (qty)

553 553 A collection of three 1970s Pedigree Sindy dolls comprising a dark brunette Trendy Girl Sindy doll wearing a Miss Sindy dress and white shoes, a blonde Funtime Sindy doll in correct outfit with Trendy shoes and a Canterbury Patch doll wearing an Easter Parade outfit with correct hat and shoes (lacking socks and basket). (3) £60 - £80

£60 - £80

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558 554 A collection of 1970s fashion dolls and accessories, comprising a Model Toys Mary Quant Daisy doll, a Topper Dawn doll, a Pedigree Sindy horse and a Sindy Meets the Dollybeats 45rpm record. (4) £50 - £70 555 A collection of Pedigree Sindy Patch clothing and accessories to include a Swan Lake outfit (lacking headband), a Hockey outfit (lacking ball, socks and belt) with a pair of school shoes, a Birthday Party outfit (lacking shoes and socks), a Brownie jacket, a Water Wings outfit (lacking headband), a Tobogganing outfit (lacking toboggan), a Red Riding Hood cape and apron and a Half Term jacket, together with a selection of other fashion doll clothing to include Pedigree Sindy and Palitoy Tressy. (qty)

559 558 A 1950s Schuco Janus ‘two face’ miniature teddy bear, cinnamon mohair, one face with black bead metal eyes, nose and mouth with protruding tongue, the other side with metal eyes, black stitched nose and mouth, twist button to change the face, height 8.5cm.

562 A collection of assorted playworn diecast models to include Matchbox, including Adventure 2000 and Sea Kings, Corgi, Dinky and similar. (qty)

£120 - £150

563 A collection of playworn diecast military models and aircraft by Dinky, Corgi, Matchbox and similar. (qty)

559 A Schuco Piccolo monkey with brown mohair, the metal face with finely painted features, fully jointed metal body covered with mohair, felt hands and feet, height 8.5cm. £50 - £70 560 A collection of playworn diecast models to include Matchbox, Corgi Juniors, Husky and similar. (qty)

£80 - £120

£40 - £60

556 A collection of assorted plastic toy soldiers, mostly Hong Kong single colour figures. (qty)

561 A collection of assorted playworn diecast models to include Dinky, Corgi, Britains and similar, including three Gerry Anderson and Basil Brush, some models repainted, together with a Merit plastic racing car and a tinplate clockwork Minic American Jeep. (qty)

£40 - £60 557 A collection of boxed Steadfast Soldiers hollowcast figures to include SF63, 18HLI, SF27, SF31, SF33, SF1, SF2 and SF16, together with two sets by Mark Time Figures, Veterinary Service and The Rifle Brigade. (10)

£80 - £120

£100 - £140

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£40 - £60

£80 - £120 564 Three Merrythought teddy bears, two golden mohair and a golden plush all with plastic eyes, and a Merrythought monkey, height of tallest 40cm. (4) £80 - £120 565 Five plastic model kits, all aircraft in scales from 1:32 to 1:72, four by Revell to include an 04798 RF-4E Phantom, an 04371 Tu-22B Blinder, a 7212 F14 a Tomcat, an 04354 SU-25 Frogfoot, and an Airfix 07112 DH Mosquito B MK XVI/PR xVI, all boxed. (5) £40 - £60


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566 Nine assorted plastic model kits by Revell, Tamiya, Airfix, Revell and similar, comprising aircraft, military and other models in various scales to include Airfix 09171 BHC SRN4 Hovercraft, Revell 03042 Panzerhabitze 2000, etc., all boxed. (9)

572 A Tamiya 56545 1:14 scale Electric Actuator Set for radio control Tipper Truck, boxed.

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

567 Eight assorted plastic model kits, all aircraft, comprising Airfix, Academy, Heller, Italeri and Revell, to include Airfix 91006 100 Years of Flight, Airfix 10600 Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, Academy 1687 F-15E Strike Eagle, etc., all boxed. (8)

574 A Hobbico Flyzone RX-R CL-84 Dynavert model aircraft, boxed.

£40 - £60 568 A Midsummer Models 1:24 scale Burrell Scenic Showman’s Engine Ex Mayor in GT Tuby & Sons Grand Scenic Railways livery, limited edition 48/500, in display case with certificate. £70 - £100 569 Three assorted wooden model kits, a Billing Boats 459 CuttySark, a KeilKraft Firebird aircraft wooden kit and a Guillow’s 307 Piper Cherokee 140, all boxed. £40 - £60 570 A Tamiya 56523 1:14 scale Tractor Truck Multi-function Control Unit ‘Euro-Style’ MFC-03, boxed. £80 - £120 571 A Tamiya 56523 1:14 scale Tractor Truck Multi-function Control Unit ‘Euro-Style’ MFC-03, boxed. £80 - £120

£80 - £120 573 An E-flite Cherokee 1.3m scale model aircraft, boxed.

£40 - £60 575 An Ares Crusader II Ready to Flay radio control model aircraft, boxed. £40 - £60 576 A Carson Truckline 500907400 1:14 scale Semitrailer Kit for Tamiya trucks Goldhofer TU4 Low Bed Trailer, boxed. £180 - £200 577 A Horizon Hobby Bind-N-Fly 200QX Quadcopter, together with a USB Wireless Weather Forcecaster with touchscreen, both boxed. (2) £40 - £60 578 A Horizon Hobby Bind-N-Fly Blade 300X radio control helicopter, boxed. £40 - £60 579 A Horizon Hobby Ready to Fly 350QX drone, boxed. £60 - £80

580 A Kyosho 20571W Drone Racer G-Zero, together with a Saitek Cyborg Evo Force joystick, both boxed. (2) £40 - £60 581 A Tamiya 1:10 scale radio control Toyota 4x4 Pick-up Truck 58519 Bruiser, built with instructions, together with a David Halsall LR038 Land Rover radio control model, and a Carson Model Sport Reflex Stick 6 Channel control. (3) £50 - £70 582 A Tamiya 1:14 scale radio control model composed of a 56318 Scania R470 Highline tractor unit in red and a 56319 3-Axle Reefer Semi-trailer in Polar Bear Express Deep Freeze Delivery livery with a Carson 1:12 scale Mercedes-Benz Unimog U300 radio control model, built, unboxed with instructions, with a Tamiya 53957 Pick-up Truck MFC-02 Multi-Function Control Unit installed, all built with instructions, with a Carson Model Sport Reflex Stick 6 Channel. (3)

584 Two 1:14 scale remote control models, the first composed of Tamiya 56323 Scania R620 6x4 Highline tractor unit with a Carson 500907060 Goldhofer Heavy Loader trailer and a Tamiya 1:14 scale radio control model composed of a 56325 MAN TGX 26.540 4x4 XLX tractor unit finished in blue with a 56326 40 Foot Container Semi-Trailer in Maersk livery, both built and with instructions, with a Carson Model Sport Reflex Stick 6 Channel control. (3) £80 - £120 585 Two 1:14 scale remote control models, the first composed of a Tamiya 56340 Freightliner Cascadia Evolution tractor unit with a 56306 Flatbed Semi-trailer (with pipe load, lacking chains) and a Tamiya 56301 King Hauler tractor unit with a Carson Model Sport 500907080 Curtain-sided Trailer unit, all built and with instructions, with a Carson Model Sport Reflex Stick 6 Channel control. (3)

£80 - £120

£80 - £120

583 Two 1:14 scale radio control models, the first composed of a Tamiya 56312 Volvo FH12 Globetrotter 420 tractor unit in yellow with a Carson Model Sport 500907050 3-Axle Dump Trailer in yellow, and a Tamiya 56307 1:14 scale Mercedes-Benz 1850L Delivery Truck radio control model in Ubernacht Express livery, both built and painted with instructions, together with a Carson Model Sport Reflex Stick 6 Channel. (3)

586 A Tamiya 1:14 scale remote control model composed of a 56335 Mercedes-Benz Actros 1851 Gigaspace tractor unit and a 56306 Flatbed Semi-trailer (lacking chains), both built and with instructions.

£80 - £120

£80 - £120 587 Five Savox Coreless Digital Servos for radio control vehicles, two Black Edition SC-1258TG and three SC-1257TG, all sealed. (5) £50 - £70

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588 Assorted items for hobbyists, to include a Carson Model Sport 6 channel receiver, a Spektrum 6 channel receiver, a Hobbywing 1060 Brushed Electronic Speed Controller, a Hobbywing Quicrun Crawler Brushed Electronic Speed Controller, two Savox digital servos, eight sealed cans of Tamiya spray paint and primer, and assorted other modelling materials to include radio leads, blades, metal gears, battery packs, etc., majority are new and sealed. (qty) £80 - £120 589 A Spektrum DX20 20 Channel System Receiver in case. £200 - £300 590 A collection of items for hobbyists, to include a HiTec Flash7 aircraft computer radio system, a Spektrum Bind-N-Fly DX8, a Logic Vector AC/DC NX85 Variable Output Charger, a Logic Elysium LX60B Pro Programmable Charger, Discharger and Cycler, all with boxes, with a Logic hard case. (5)

593 Sixteen Corgi diecast models, mostly Classics, to include circus related models, Famous Hauliers, commercial vehicles, etc., all with boxes. (16) £60 - £80 594 A Japanese Masudaya Jolly Bear with Robin battery operated toy, a clockwork Puss in Boots with integral key, a Japanese clockwork dog, and four other assorted toys including an Alice in Wonderland White Rabbit and a celluloid smoking figure. (7) £40 - £60 595 A Wilesco D36 MS brass traction engine, boxed. £80 - £120 596 Eleven boxed modern diecast models to includes Corgi Classics, a DeAgostini Dinky Toys 480, Lledo, etc, with three unboxed models. (14) £40 - £60

591 Eighteen diecast models to include twelve Lledo Vanguards, mostly 1:43 scale cars but includes some commercial vehicles, three Atlas Editions Dinky toys and three Matchbox Dinky, all with boxes. (18)

597 An O gauge Hornby 0-4-0T GWR green ‘6600’ clockwork locomotive, with four items of rolling stock to include a Cadbury’s private owners van with green base, a Meccano coal wagon with insert, an LMS cattle truck and a GWR open wagon, all unboxed and playworn, with a quantity of track.

£60 - £80 592 Twenty assorted modern diecast models, majority buses and coaches or commercial vehicles, to include Corgi Classics, Solido, Atlas Editions, Solido and similar, all with boxes. (20)

£60 - £80

£60 - £80 600 Four Mamod live steam vehicles, an SA1 Steam Roadster, a TE1a Traction Engine, an SW1 Steam Wagon and an LW1 Lumber Wagon (with box). (4) £100 - £150 601 A collection of assorted modern diecast models, approximately 50 boxed to include 1:43 scale by Minichamps, Atlas Editions and similar, and other models to include Corgi, Matchbox Models of Yesteryear, with a collection of assorted unboxed models. (qty) £60 - £80 602 Eight unboxed diecast models, seven Lesney Matchbox and a Spot-On Ford Anglia, all with playwear or repainting, together with four Matchbox catalogues dating 1964-1967. (12)

605 A 3.5 inch gauge live steam Hornby G100 Stephenson’s Rocket, boxed. £130 - £150 606 Three Schuco tinplate toys, a Schuco Kommando Anno 2000 in red (lacking key, one wheel detached but present), a 3000 Telesteering car in red with partial box and some accessories, and a 1500 Garage with telephone. (3) £90 - £120 607 A Japanese Haji Toys Atomic Gun tinplate toy ray gun in polythene bag with header card, together with another tinplate Space Gun. (2) £80 - £120 608 Three Wind-up Star Warrior tinplate and plastic clockwork robot toys, Hong Kong, all in boxes with images of a Star Wars C-3PO style figure, together with a Japanese Space Patrol Tank tinplate battery operated toy with US Army markings and radar antenna, boxed. (4) £70 - £90

603 A collection of assorted construction toys to include three Thomas Salter Linka sets with some loose pieces and a Meccano set. (qty)

609 A Sutcliffe Bluebird speedboat in white and blue with Union Jack decals, unboxed, together with a Philip Niedermeier Sea Queen tinplate boat, playworn, both unboxed. (2)

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

£110 - £130

598 A Schuco Examico 4001 tinplate clockwork car in red with maroon seats, windscreen and key, with partial broken box and instructions in pieces.

604 A collection of assorted plastic toy soldiers and similar, to include Airfix and similar, various scales including 1:32 and OO/HO gauge, with some Britains farm animals, conditions vary, some boxed, some painted or part painted.

610 Assorted toys to include a Corgi Rockets No. 2078 Triple Loop Speedcircuit, a Kenner Turbo Tower of Power, an early PA Adolph Subbuteo set with celluloid players and instructions dated 1953 and a Pepys Penalty game. (qty)

£30 - £50

£50 - £70

£30 - £50

£60 - £80

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599 A large 1930s painted wooden dolls house with apex roofs and front opening section, width 76cm, and associated furniture to include tinplate items by Holdfast or similar, plastic Kleeware and wooden. (qty)

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£30 - £50


Toys

613

620

617 A Mamod live steam SA1 Steam Roadster, boxed.

611 Assorted toys to include a boxed Scalex 415S Speed Boat, a Triang Ocean Merchant boat, another Triang boat, a Meccano No. 5 Site Engineering set, a Waddington’s Formula 1 game and assorted Meccano instructions, varying degrees of playwear. (qty)

614 A collection of OO gauge Triang Battle Space to include an R567 Radar Tracking Car, an R566 Satellite Launching Vehicle and R249 Exploding Car, all boxed, together with a selection of unboxed items including a part Strike Force 10 set with locomotive. (qty)

£40 - £60

£50 - £70

612 Two OO gauge Triang model railway sets, RS1 comprising 4-6-2 BR black ‘Princess Victoria’ locomotive with two coaches and RS3 containing 4-6-2 BR green ‘Britannia’ locomotive with three Pullman coaches, boxed. (2)

615 A collection of OO gauge Triang model railway to include an R251 0-6-0 maroon ‘3775’ locomotive, twelve assorted coaches and rolling stock including an R342 Car Transporter and assorted accessories and track, with a selection of instruction leaflets and catalogues. (qty.)

£60 - £80

£60 - £80

613 An OO gauge Triang Battle Space R672 Honest John Pad, comprising launch pad and rocket, with a selection of Commandos, boxed.

616 A Playmobil G gauge 4031 Pennsylvania Railroad train set, with a 4301 Riverdale Train Station set, both boxed but incomplete, with three other boxes containing various accessories.

£100 - £150

£200 - £240

£60 - £80

£30 - £50

£60 - £80 618 A Triang Puff Puff Pushalong Locomotive, pressed steel, for restoration. £20 - £30 619 Four boxes of Lego Dacta, to include bricks, gears, wheels and similar. (4) £100 - £150 620 A 1970s wall mounted Greyhound Stadium penny slot machine, height 68cm, with key.

621 Four Dinky Toys military diecast models, a 661 Recovery Tractor, a 643 Army Water Tanker, and two 622 10-Ton Army Truck, all boxed. (4)

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622-806 Collectables

630 A collection of assorted Robert Welch Old Hall stainless steel to include toast racks, a gravy boat, hot water pot, bud vases, serving dishes and a mug (qty) £80 - £120 631 A collection of assorted Robert Welch Old Hall stainless steel to include nut dishes, toast rack and a cider mug (qty) £80 - £120 629

623 A collection of world coins mainly 20th Century including continental and American, etc. (qty)

626 A collection of late 19th to early 20th Century cased Meerschaum pipes, including an example formed with a hand holding the bowl, another formed as a horse hoof and two of plain form, together with three empty cases. (7)

£40 - £60

£50 - £70

624 Elizabeth II - A twenty five pound silver proof coin for St Helena and Ascension, a silver proof medal for the Royal Commonwealth society and two silver proof twenty five dollar coins for Jamaica 1979, all cased with certificates. (4)

627 A pair of early 20th Century Art Nouveau spelter panels on oak frame backs, each cast in relief depicting female figures seated beside water, each 28.5cm x 38.5cm. (2)

622 A World War One German helmet with side lugs and later lining. £100 - £150

£120 - £150 625 A 19th Century brass Richards patent steam engine indicator in fitted mahogany case with accessories. £60 - £80

£80 - £120 628 A boxed military issue Second World War Naval Construction Research Establishment, Rosyth optical level in a black finish compete with spanner, Allen key etc. £60 - £80

629 A World War Two Fairbarn Sykes first pattern F-S Fighting Knife, with nickel plated knurled grip and an S-shaped crossguard, marked Wilkinson Sword Co. Ltd London to the ricasso, the blade apparently re-tipped and shortened slightly in length to 15.5cm, overall length 28.5cm, complete with a metal tipped leather scabbard with stud fastening, faintly hand-inscribed RFN Atess T., S/D. Note - Research has revealed a Thomas Atess 1545380 as listed in the RAF in 1941. Provenance - Acquired by the present owner by inheritance from his Uncle Les. Little is known by the present owner about his Uncle’s involvement in the war, other than being told by him previously that he was serving as a dog handler in 1945 and collected this knife from a German prisoner of war who had acquired it from a British soldier earlier in the war. £300 - £500

632 A collection of assorted Robert Welch Old Hall stainless steel to include a boxed Campden tray, toast racks, a mug, gravy boats etc (qty) £80 - £120 633 A collection of assorted Robert Welch Old Hall stainless steel to include Campden round dishes, a mug, vegetable dish, gravy boat etc (qty) £80 - £120 634 A collection of assorted Robert Welch Old Hall stainless steel to include a salt and pepper, toast racks, various serving dishes, etc. (qty) £80 - £120 635 A collection of assorted Robert Welch Old Hall stainless steel to include lidded vegetable dishes, toast racks, various serving dishes, etc. (qty) £80 - £120 636 A collection of assorted Robert Welch Old Hall stainless steel to include a condiment set, a boxed cake basket, salt, pepper and mustard, egg cups, etc. (qty) £80 - £120

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653 A one litre bottle of Remy Martin Cognac, a bottle of Johnnie Walker black label whisky, a bottle of Millefiori Cucchi, a bottle of French V & O, a bottle of Tia Maria, a bottle of Benedictine and a bottle of Liquor Stregga. (7)

637 A collection of assorted Robert Welch Old Hall stainless steel to include mugs, lidded vegetable dishes and serving dishes, etc. (qty) £80 - £120 638 A collection of assorted Robert Welch Old Hall stainless steel to include toast racks, gravy and sauce boats, a salt, pepper and mustard, etc. (qty)

£50 - £70 654 A 19th Century Cantonese carved sandalwood card case worked with figures in garden scenes and a weeping willow, 11.5cm x 7.5cm.

£80 - £120 639 A collection of assorted silver plate and stainless steel serving dishes of varying form to include Robert Welch Old Hall examples. (qty)

646

640 A collection of assorted stainless steel and silver plate to include Robert Welch Old Hall serving dishes. (qty)

644 A collection of printed ephemera to include early 20th Century picture postcards, mostly Edward VII to George V and scenic views, Kensitas silk cigarette cards to include National Flags and Flowers, Brooke Bond and Tom Thumb trade cards and a small collection of QEII PHQ cards (Qty)

£80 - £120

£30 - £50

641 A collection of assorted stainless steel and silver plate to include Robert Welch Old Hall serving dishes. (qty)

645 A collection of 1950s Christmas decorations to include a selection of baubles and three sets of fairy lights, two in original boxes. (qty)

£80 - £120

£30 - £50

642 An Original buff coloured Stetson with internal leather band fully stamped No 1 Quality Stetson by John B. Stetson, together with a collapsible Top Hat by Emil Aschen and a Bowler Hat by G. A. Dunn & Co Ltd. (3)

646 A Rolleiflex Franke & Heidecke 120mm camera No T2126100 in brown leather case.

£80 - £120

£60 - £80 643 A collection of GB, Commonwealth and World postage stamps, mainly QEII and used, contained in a Pacific and Comet album amongst others, together with presentation packs and first day covers (Qty) £30 - £50

£100 - £150 647 A Zorki 4K 35mm camera and leather case, a Canon EOS 650 camera with spare lenses and accessories also tripods and cine camera etc. (qty) £70 - £100 648 A Second World War military compass MKIII No 294123 by TG & Co London and assorted pocket knives etc.

£150 - £200 649 A 20th Century Czech violin bears label Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis, length 36cm and bow cased and brown outer zip case. £50 - £70 650 A late 19th to early 20th Century German violin, length of back 36cm, with later bow in black case. £80 - £100 651 A 20th Century Worcester oval snuff box painted with a peach and a group of blackberries signed T Nutt, a vinaigrette, an egg shaped pendant, a pink agate set patch box and a Limoges pendant. (5) £100 - £150 652 A 20th Century inkwell modelled as a bronze carp, on a black veined marble base, length 24cm, with a matching fountain pen and stand. (2) £50 - £70

655 A collection of loose cigarette cards to include various part sets and odds, Wills, Players contained in various tins and an album. (qty) £40 - £60 656 A 1930/40s double green and white enameled sign for Peoples refreshment house PRHA, 51cm square. £50 - £70 657 The Holy Bible containing the olde testament, published by Robert Barker, London 1614, A/F. £80 - £120 658 Eighteen 11 3/4 inch Britannia Symphonion or Polyphon discs. (18) £80 - £120 659 Eighteen 11 3/4 inch Britannia Symphonion or Polyphon discs. (18) £80 - £120 660 Four 19 1/2 inch Symphonion or Polyphon discs. £50 - £70

£40 - £60

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664 661 Twelve 16 inch Symphonion or Polyphon discs. (12) £100 - £150 662 Twelve 15 1/4 inch Symphonion or Polyphon discs. (12) £80 - £120

666 665 A bottle of Talisker Skye single malt scotch whisky, a bottle of Tumatin single malt, a bottle of Grande Champagne Chateau de Fontpinot and a bottle of Hennessy Cognac. (4)

669 A miniature carved beech child’s chair on turned legs and a two handled box fitted with a green baize lined tray, width 26cm. (2)

£60 - £90

670 Omerth - A 19th Century French bronze study of a fighting cockerel, signed, height 16cm.

663 Seventeen 15 1/4 inch Symphonion or Polyphon discs. (17)

666 Laurence Broderick - A bronze study of an otter resting on a rock, marked LB, numbered 10/150, height 11cm.

£80 - £120

£200 - £300

664 A Symphonion disc musical box playing 8 1/4 inch discs on duplex combs, serial No 265882 and thirty discs. (31)

667 A 1920s bottle of dry Veuve Cliquot Ponsadeu Champagne, retaining most of label.

£150 - £200

£40 - £80 668 A pair of 20 x 50 L & G Telstar field binoculars, No 93498, cased. £20 - £30

£40 - £60

£50 - £80 671 A Parker Duofold fountain pen in orange case, a Swan No 6, a cased pair of military sunglasses 22G/1398 type G, two faux tortoiseshell boxes, a small copper tray and a cased pair of opera glasses and a purse compact. (8) £80 - £120 672 A 19th Century pill making machine and a test tube stand. (2) £50 - £70

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670 673 Two silver banded horn walking sticks and a similar silver handled example. (3) £60 - £80 674 A silver handled ebonised walking stick and two silver handled horn examples. (3) £60 - £80 675 A brass mounted military stick or baton for O.L 16., a similar mounted Irish stick, two gun cleaning rods and riding crop. (4) £50 - £70 676 Two silver banded walking sticks and a silver ended walking stick. (3) £50 - £70


Collectables

683 677 A Japanese bamboo walking stick carved with warriors, another with and aluminium pick axe handle and two horn ended examples. (4) £60 - £90 678 A bronze handled Dandy walking stick decorated with flowers and leaves, an Art Deco chrome mounted figural fish or dog handled walking stick and another later example with turned eagle terminal. (3) £60 - £90 679 Two 20th Century hand made segmented handle shepherd’s crooks, length 128cm. (2) £60 - £90 680 A lead weighted nobbled walking or throwing stick, a horn handled walking stick with natural twist shaft, another mounted stick and a shillelagh throwing club. (4) £50 - £70

684

681 681 A pair of late 19th Century Japanese Meji period inlaid bronze cylindrical vases of tapering form decorated with long tail cockerels perched on a flowering bough decorated with gold and silver, unsigned, height 18cm. (2) £150 - £250 682 A 1930s lady’s cigarette case decorated with a chasing dragon and Mount Fuji, a matching lighter and a carved walnut Black Forest stamp box. (3) £30 - £50

683 A late 16th to early 17th Century Spanish morion iron helmet, decorated with a row of circular mounts, with founders stamp, width 27cm. £800 - £1,200 684 A 19th Century carved Italian marble figure of a seated young classical maiden of a young girl wearing a robe and holding a sprig of flowers on an oval base, unsigned height 58cm x depth 34cm x width 56cm. £2,000 - £3,000

685 Two groups of Second World War campaign medals with Pacific and Atlantic star, various miniature groups, a George v India medal, a MC miniature medal group with Palestine bar, a First World War India and George V medal awarded to Pte B Wakefield Som L.I, a cased Imperial service medal, other medals and a death plaque for Sgt Joseph Betts 704. s. Lancs Reg. (qty) £70 - £100 686 A set of 19th Century surgeon’s trepanning tools in fitted mahogany case, for H H Sturge by Millikin & Down Guys hospital, lacking two tools, with similar associated leather cased tools. (qty) £80 - £120

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698 A First World War 1914/18 civilisation medal awarded to Pte E Jones R.W Fus another to Evan Owen also Constabulary medal and badges. (qty) £50 - £80 699 A late 1970s Russian brass cased divers and bomb disposal watch, the face marked BM CCP, the reverse with anchor No 1263, with certificate and boxed.

695

£150 - £200 691 687 A 19th Century brass compound microscope, the platform base signed S & B Soloman LondonW in fitted mahogany case with spare lenses, height 38.5cm £80 - £100 688 A 1940s Smiths alabaster mantle clock of cloud design on a plinth base, width 27cm. £40 - £60 689 A 19th Century gilt metal side profile bust of Wellington, mounted on a red velvet back in rosewood glazed frame, 58cm x 51cm, with letters of provenance. £80 - £100 690 A decorative Art Nouveau bevelled glass wall mirror, the textured ground with design of entwined roses within an oak frame, 50cm x 45cm. £60 - £80

691 A late 19th Century combination/aneroid barometer desk clock with thermometer to the centre stamped Eastman Kodak Co Rochester NY, on cast iron base, height 25cm.

695 An eight day chromed cased bulk head clock and matching barometer by Negretti & Zambra No 12633.

700 A Reliquary of St Nicoalus Ep.Barien in a 19th Century carved giltwood stand, height 25cm, another similar S Joan Baptist and another in gilt monstrance style stand, height 23cm. (3)

£80 - £120

£100 - £150

£50 - £70

696 An HMV model 109 oak cased table top gramophone and a large quantity of 78rpm records. (qty)

701 A Reliquary of Sainta Bernadette in 20th Century circular champ leve frame, another in paste oval mount, Rae M Alaoque, and five other similar smaller reliquaries. (7)

692 An early 20th Century brass laquered theodolite, the base fitted with a silvered compass by Stanley London No 96133 with accessories in a mahogany case. £100 - £150 693 A late 19th Century mahogany circular wall clock by Purvis & Bishop, circular enameled dial and single fusee movement, width 32cm.

£40 - £60 697 A 19th Century French brass hilted bayonet and scabbard and a Second World War bayonet and scabbard. (2) £50 - £80

£120 - £150 694 An early 20th Century French Bulle glazed and oak cased electric mantle clock, pillared sides on stepped plinth base and brass bun feet, height 38cm.

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702 A small inlaid glove box, a crucifix triptych, assorted pendants and three cloisonne bowls. (qty) £40 - £60

£60 - £90

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711 A pair of 1930s Carl Zeiss Jena Theatis opera glasses, serial number 1481170, with snake skin inset panels, width 10.5cm.

719 A 19th Century woolwork study of the Virgin Mary and Christ child accompanied by an angel, in later gilt frame, 49cm x 48cm.

£50 - £80

£50 - £70

712 A 19th Century walnut wheel barometer incorporating a thermometer, height 92.5cm.

720 A set of three brass fire irons and matching tongs. (4)

£50 - £70

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

705 A pair of Art Deco white onyx bookends each mounted with a pewter horse, height 13.5cm. (2)

713 A four piece silver gilt and later painted floral dressing table set decorated with urns of flowers in the Dutch style and an associated glass tray. (5)

721 A 19th Century oval needlework tapestry depicting a young man in a rural setting, in moulded gilt frame, 49cm x 39cm.

703 A 1950s hard rubber ice bucket in the form of a beefeater, height 28cm. £50 - £70 704 A 1950s chrome model of a pointer mounted on a green onyx base and similar example of a Borzoi, height 19cm. (2)

£50 - £70 706 A Walkers Trident ships log or speed indicator and a similar Knotmaster MKIII A indicator in a fitted pine case. (2) £60 - £80 707 A quantity of assorted 1950s and later stitched line flags, naval pennants, bunting for various countries etc. (qty) £50 - £100 708 A Sino-Tibetan cast copper alloy figure of Usnisavijaya, the Buddhist divinity representing longevity of life, she is modelled seated in Padmasana, her hands cast in various mudra and holding implements, areas of blue pigments, height 32cm high £600 - £800 709 A late 19th Century Bergmann style cold painted bronze model of an Arabian carpet seller, unsigned, height 10cm. £150 - £200 710 A 1950s spelter bronzed figure of a footballer kicking a stitched leather football on octagonal black veined marble base, height 42cm. £120 - £180

£40 - £60

£40 - £60 714 An early 19th century sampler depicting stylized flowers, birds and animals within a wavy border, signed Mary Harar, 1802, framed, 37.5cm x 33cm. £80 - £120 715 A polished column of fossilised Orthoceras (prehistoric marine cephalopods), c. 350 million years old, height 52cm. £60 - £80 716 A musical box playing eight airs, serial number 22096, 15.5cm cylinder in inlaid rosewood case, the cover decorated with a parrot, width 43cm and a small Edwardian inlaid mahogany mantle clock, height 18cm. (2) £100 - £150 717 A small Victorian figured walnut three drawer bow front apprentice chest, turned wood handles on bracket feet, width 28cm. £50 - £70 718 A 19th Century French embossed five divisioned brass stamp box and three volumes to include Neolithic Dew-Ponds and Cattleways, Rambles in the Cotswolds and Hoar-stones. (4) £40 - £60

722 722 A pair of late 19th to early 20th Century French bronze classical busts, each on an onyx base, one A/F. (2) £40 - £60 723 A late 19th Century French gilt metal mantle clock with enamelled dial, surmounted with a gent raising his hat and a gilt metal table lamp on brown marble base. (2) £50 - £80

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724 A Victorian copper and brass oil lamp with acid etched shade on floral reservoir on Corinthian column and stepped base, height 73cm. £60 - £80 725 A small Victorian brass oil lamp and shade with ruby reservoir on ring turned and foliate base, height 61cm and a similar lamp with amber shade, height 55cm. (2) £70 - £90 726 A late 19th Century inlaid circular mahogany drop dial wall clock, height 68cm. £50 - £70 727 An early 20th Century shaped copper advertising finger or door plate engraved with the slogan ‘Drink Cadbury’s Cocoa Pure Refreshing’, length 30.5cm.

727

730

728 Dennis Wheatley - The Prisoner in the mask Hutchinson first edition 1937, Contraband 1954 edition, The KA of Gifford Hillary 1956, The ark secret of Josephine all with dust jackets and four other works by the same author (8) £80 - £120 729 Michael Simpson - A contemporary bronze frog, stamped ‘Frogman’ with Certificate of Authenticity numbered 70 from an edition of 100, length 16cm. £60 - £80 730 An early 20th Century Japanese rootwood figure of a fisherman converted to a lamp base, heavily carved depicting a fisherman holding a fish and a fishing net, with applied metal fitting and frosted shade, height 46cm. £40 - £60

£80 - £120

737

731 A collection of 20th Century Chinese and Japanese cloisonne, to include a Chinese squat dish, a baluster vase and five small dishes, together with a Japanese vase of ovoid form. (8)

734 A 19th Century gilt metal presentation beaker heavily relief moulded with a procession of putti above a face mask and acanthus leaf border, engraved for Charles Alfred Cunningham, height 15cm.

£40 - £60

£60 - £80

732 An early 20th Century Liberty & Co Pewter vase designed by Archibald Knox of bomb form raised to three fin feet with relief moulded seed motif, model number 0226, height 19cm, S/D.

735 An early 19th Century Arts & Crafts copper tray of oval form with roll rim and radial decoration, together with a small collection of similar period pieces. (4)

£50 - £80 733 An early 20th Century Arts & Crafts copper dish of doges hat form with fluted well and wide flat rim relief chased with flowering cornucopia, unmarked, width 41cm. £50 - £80

£50 - £80 736 A 19th Century style cast picture frame with a maiden wearing a crown and putti to large foliate scrolls, height 35cm. £40 - £60 737 After Ferdinand Preiss - A pair of simulated Juratone ivory and part green metal mounted semi nude classical female figures raised to a cushion for base, height 22cm. (2) £80 - £120

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739

740

738 After D. H. Chiparus - A reproduction figure in the Art Deco style after the original titled Footsteps modelled as a fashionable lady in walking pose with arm raised, mounted to a stepped onxy base, unsigned, height 42cm. £80 - £120 739 A reproduction figure in the Art Deco style modelled as a lady in dancing pose wearing a trouser suit with leg and arm raised, mounted to a circular stepped black base, height 38cm. £60 - £80 740 Josef Lorenzl - The Pyjama Girl, an Art Deco bronze and ivory figure of a woman in leaning pose, circa 1930, with coloured bronze pyjama suit raised to an onyx plinth, height 23.5cm. £200 - £300

741 741 Bergman - An early 20th Century painted cold cast bronze lizard mounted on an onyx base, unmarked, width 27cm. £300 - £500 742 Two Qasquai style prayer rugs, the burnt orange example with a series of twenty lozenge within a series of borders, 115cm x 70cm, together with a burnt umber and orange ground example with a series of four arabesque lozenge, 85cm x 60cm. (2)

743 743 A Safavid style hammered brass vase, of bottle form, the shoulder decorated with a series of triangular borders, the body with a relief repousse centrepied design, drilled 29cm high.

£80 - £120

£100 - £150

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744 A 19th/20th Century carved oak wall bracket, the apostle and acanthus leaves forming the lower pediment, and supporting a canted form upper shelf, 40cm high. £40 - £60 745 A collection of early 20th Century treen items, to include a pierced and carved oak panel with putti and floral rosettes, height 69cm, and a pair of carved and pierced oak leaf wall brackets, height 30cm. (3) £40 - £60 746 A pair of 19th Century silkwork embroidered pictures, each of oval form depicting figures dressed in 18th Century attire within arcadian naturalistic landscapes, within oval gilt and black painted frames, 57cm x 46cm. (2) £80 - £120 747 A collection of three early 20th Century oil lamps, to include a porcelain example painted with roses, a green glass and brass example, and an opaline satyr mask example, two with chimneys but all lacking shades. (3)

£40 - £60

£100 - £150

750 A 19th Century mantle clock with gilt metal case around a white metal dial, mounted to a gilt metal column and base with a French porcelain floral enamelled column, height 36cm, together with a pair of late 19th Century metal mounted ewers with high scroll handles, tallest 39cm. (3)

757 A late 19th Century regulator wall clock with spring driven movement enclosed by a glazed door decorated with coloured pilasters and turned finials, height 85cm. £60 - £100 758 A late 19th Century walnut circular regulator wall clock with eight day striking movement enclosed by a glazed door flanked by turned pilasters and scroll bracket, height 82cm.

£80 - £120 751 An Arts & Crafts embossed copper jardiniere and cover on iron feet, a similar jardinere and a part brass and copper jardiniere. (3)

£60 - £100 755

£50 - £70 752 A late 19th to early 20th Century Chinese bronze jardiniere, embossed with dragons, lanterns and symbols, diameter 44cm.

760 A Parker Junior fountain pen with various other assorted pens, propelling pencils and accessories. (qty)

753 Three Victorian copper jelly moulds, diameter of largest 27cm. £60 - £80

748 A collection of three late 19th to early 20th Century oil lamps, to include a blue opaline glass example painted with flowers, a clear glass example and an opaline glass example on a pierced brass domed base, two of them with shades, two with chimneys. (3)

754 A Victorian oak two divisioned cigar box with plated corner mounts, stamped Harper Bristol, width 36cm.

£60 - £80 761 Two military batons, an inlaid wooden baton and a simulated tortoiseshell magnifying glass. (4) £40 - £60

£50 - £70 755 A late 19th Century Japanese Meiji period bronze incense stand of circular bulbous form entwined with a dragon on a circular base and three legs, height 67cm. £100 - £150

755A 755A An early 20th Century Chinese bronze vase of pear form, rising to a slender neck with scalloped rim, cast with flowering iris before foliage, Chenghua 1465-1487 mark to base, height 35cm. £100 - £150

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759 A 19th Century mahogany storage box inset with a brass plaque inscribed ‘Jn Dickenson Melton Mowbray’ over a brass handle, width 32.5cm. £40 - £60

£50 - £80

£40 - £60

£50 - £60

756 A 19th Century carved ivory seated figure of a man mixing tea with a stick, another of a scribe, a netsuke of a lying man and a small okimono holding a fan and near a rabbit, height 9cm. (4)

749 A pair of Louis XI style gilt metal lamp bases, each raised on toupee feet, modelled as a campana form urn with twin handles, height 27cm. (2)

762 A cross of St George car badge by J R Gaunt London, a Daimler & Lanchester owners club bade, a Midland automobile club badge with various others also three miniature enamel railway totem made by Garnier & Co Ltd and other plates (qty) £50 - £70


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768

766

767 A pair of Victorian brass mounted pony hooves converted into candlesticks engraved Topsy and dated 1895. (2)

763 A 1920s bevelled glass pier mirror, the plate surmounted with a frieze of revelers in silhouette, 48cm x 19cm, and two other mirrors. (3)

765 A 19th Century carved meerschaum pipe in the form of a lady wearing a feather plumed hat, another of a hare, a Swiss example and a needlecase. (4)

£50 - £80

£60 - £90

764 An Ekco AC85 Superhet radio in brown bakelite case, width 52cm.

766 A late 19th Century English violin bearing the label Emmanuel Whitmarsh London 1881, length 35.5cm, together with an unnamed bow, cased.

768 AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON - ‘The Bronco Buster’, a contemporary bronze cast, bears signature, on black marble base, whip is missing to rider’s right hand, height 59cm.

£1,000 - £1,500

£500 - £700

£60 - £80

£40 - £60

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769 ‘Trout from the Hills’, by Ian Niall, first edition, 1961, published by Heinemann, blue cloth boards with dust jacket, 4to, also a large quantity of other angling books, the majority game fishing subjects. (approx. 70)

773 A collection of red wine to include approximately forty bottles of red wines, including Spanish and New World wines. (40)

777 An early 20th Century taxidermy study of an eel in naturalistic river setting and blue background, height 38cm x length 122cm.

£60 - £80

£100 - £150

£50 - £70

774 A collection of Scottish whiskies, to include The Balveries, Doublewood 12 years, The Gordon Highlanders, Bells, Jacobite and Grants.

770 A collection of Spanish and New World red wines, including twenty-eight bottles of mainly Rioja and Cabernet Savignon. (28) £50 - £80 771 A collection of red wines to include forty bottles, mainly Rioja. (40) £60 - £80

772 772 A late 19th to early 20th Century Japanese katana with ray skin handle, pierced tsuba, signed tang and lacquered scabbard, 62cm, blade S/D.

£30 - £50 775 An extensive collection of assorted costume jewellery to include necklaces, brooches, etc. (qty) £80 - £120 776 A collection of approximately 30 hand written letters by Reggie Kray to Bradley Kray, the gangster’s adopted son and his mother Kim, presumably sent from Nottingham Prison though not on official paper. Postmarked 1991-1993. Subjects include general instructions and requests, advice regarding a role that Brad was to have in a film with fellow criminal Lennie McLean etc.

778 778 An early 20th Century double sided pictorial advertising Greehalls sign depicting a classical female blowing a trumpet, height 43cm x width 56cm. £50 - £70

£500 - £700

£80 - £120 779 779 A late 19th Century ebonised stereoscopic folding viewer and cards. £50 - £80

776

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784

780 A late 19th Century French single drawer brass telescope with lens tube on ebonised tripod stand in fitted mahogany box, unnamed, length 57cm. £70 - £100 781 A set of seven brass Avery grocers weights, 1oz to 100oz. (7) £60 - £100 782 An Arts & Crafts engraved gilt bronze two handled vessel, height 18cm. £80 - £120 783 A Fairbairn Sykes style type three pattern fighting knife, ribbed handle, 16cm blade and leather scabbard. £100 - £150 784 An early 20th Century 12” terrestial globe on stepped circular metal base by The George F.Cram Company Indianapolis Indiana, height 45cm. £120 - £150 785 Carl Payne (20th Century) - A bronze figure titled ‘See no Evil’, No 14/49 on stepped square plinth, height 68cm with certificate. £400 - £600

786 786 Lambeaux (20th Century) - A bronzed shouldered bust of a naked female, signed and numbered 7C, height 24cm. £400 - £600 787 A George III rosewood stick barometer, the arched top incorporating a silver scale signed F Gargory Birmingham over a thermometer and turned cistern, height 91cm. £200 - £300 785

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788 A cased decanter of Otard brandy, limited edition No. 543 of 1050. £50 - £80 789 A late 19th Century oak cased bracket clock of architectural form, carved in the Aesthetic taste with an 8 day movement and a silvered dial, height 43cm, S/D. £200 - £300

791

790 A replica Romanesque plated circular shield, the centre depicting two fighting gladiators bordered by similar figures and a swing handled embossed copper planter, width 31cm. (2) £60 - £80 791 A Liberty & Co. Tudric pewter and enamel two handled dish, the sides pierced and embossed with clovers, sinuous stem handles, the centre with enamelled green and blue roundel, stamped Tudric 0287, length 28cm. £150 - £200

792

792 A Liberty Tudric Pewter bowl designed by Archibald Knox, model no.0535, elliptical form, cast and pierced with panels of Art Nouveau foliage sprays, stamped marks, width 25.5cm. £100 - £150 793 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter cushioned oval tray with single arched handle with repeat stylised seed pod design, length 30cm, impressed 0357 to base. £100 - £150 794 A Liberty & Co Tudric pewter sugar bowl of compressed ovoid form, relief decorated with whiplash lines and flowers, stamped 025, width 12cm, together with a matched pattern cream jug and a plain circular tray. (3)

793

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795 A Liberty and Co, Tudric pewter salver or drinks tray designed by Archibald Knox, design 0716, Celtic knot and bud design, stamped English Pewter, 25.5cm diameter, together with a twin handled sugar bowl with stylised seed pods, pattern number 0303, and small polished pewter chocolate cup holder, pattern number 0358. (3) £100 - £120 796 A Liberty & Co. Tudric pewter tray shaped oblong with twin loop handles issuing from shaped leaves stamped marks no.045, width 47cm. £80 - £120 797 A pair of Kayserzinn Art Nouveau secessionist pewter vases of twin handled shouldered form with relief decoration, stamped marks including shape number 4408 to base, height 29.5cm. (2)

798 A Kayserzinn Art Nouveau secessionist pewter preserve pot detailed in relief with fruit, with later associated blue glass liner, number 4475 to base, width 13cm, S/D.

801 Art Nouveau secessionist Grania pewter cake tray or basket of rectangular form with loop handle and whiplash relief decoration, stamped 1074, height 13cm, width 24.5cm.

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

799 Three Art Nouveau secessionist pewter tumbler vases each decorated in relief, to include a Kayserzinn example numbered 4658, height 11.5cm, an Orivit vase numbered 2109, height 13cm and an unmarked example, height 12cm. (3)

802 Three pieces of Art Nouveau secessionist pewter to include a Kayserzinn dish of elliptical form with integral handle numbered 4495, width 12cm, an Osiris Bon Bon dish lacking liner, numbered 1094, height 15cm and an unmarked cup holder again lacking liner, height 8cm. (3)

£40 - £60

£40 - £60

800 A 19th Century spelter inkwell in the form of an owl with hinged lid and glass eyes standing to a naturalistic base, stamped marks, height 18cm.

803 A 1960s Picquot Ware five piece tea set comprising teapot, hot water jug, milk, open twin handled sugar and tray. (5)

£150 - £250

£30 - £50 804 A 1960s Picquot Ware four piece tea set comprising teapot, hot water jug, milk and lidded sugar, with one additional lidded sugar. (5)

£50 - £80

£30 - £50 805 Three pieces of Art Nouveau secessionist pewter to include a desk blotter possibly Kayserzinn, numbered 1065, a pen tray numbered 120, width 26.5cm and a satin lined box with cabochon stones to the lid, width 10cm, S/D. (3) £50 - £80 806 Four pieces of Art Nouveau secessionist pewter to include a Orivit preserve stand, numbered 2417A, width 10cm, a similar bottle stand numbered 2126, width 11cm, an Osiris hexagonal stand numbered 557, width 14.5cm and an unmarked trefoil shaped dish on three ball feet lacking liner, width 17cm. (4) £40 - £60 797

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808

809 A Victorian lady’s salon side chair, with acanthus capped rosewood legs and upholstered in trellis patterned yellow damask. £50 - £80 810 A mid 20th Century Tabriz Carpet, North West Persia, with a central red lobed arabesque and flowering vine medallion upon a foliate patterned ivory field, all within a repeat pattern border, approximately 400cm x 300cm. £300 - £500

807 807 A George III North Wales oak bread and cheese cupboard (cwpwrdd bara caws) of two piece construction, the double doors with spindle vented panels over the base section fitted with a single frieze drawer and a further double door cupboard and raised to stile feet, height 213cm, width 86cm and depth 45cm, S/D. £300 - £500

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808 A William IV mahogany chaise longue with scroll ends, the exposed frame detailed with rosewood veneered panels and brass inlaid roundels and honeysuckle panels, raised to turned legs, height 82cm and length 183cm. £150 - £250

811 Two small 20th Century rugs of Persian design, to include a rug with a row of four guls upon a caramel ground, within repeat pattern borders, 86cm x 60cm, together with a rug with two rows of ten guls upon a terracotta ground, 119cm x 72cm (2) £30 - £50

812 A reproduction oak dresser in the 18th Century style, the upright two-tier plate rack section with a shaped cornice over alcoves and two spice drawers, the base section fitted with four frieze drawers above gun barrel turned front legs united by a pot board base, height 185cm, width 178cm and depth 45cm. £100 - £150 813 A late Regency period rosewood tilt top breakfast table, on reeded outswept legs, S/D. £100 - £150 814 A 19th Century mahogany windout extending dining table, the top with thunb-moulded edge and with three additional insert leaves, all over bulbous turned and reeded legs with applied porcelain castors, width 137cm and length 132cm when closed and 294cm when fully extended, lacking winding handle, S/D. £150 - £200


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815 An 18th Century and later oak kneehole writing desk, fitted with an arrangement of seven drawers around the kneehole and further fitted with a single door cupboard, raised to later turned bun feet, height 74cm, width 93cm and depth 56cm.

829 An Afghan rug with a central row of six guls on a red ground within a geometric border, 183cm x 105cm and a small prayer rug, floral design on a blue ground, 101cm x 83cm. (2)

£200 - £300

830 A late 19th cast iron floorstanding hall stand in the aesthetic style, the arched pieced back fitted with an arrangement of nine hooks over a twin divisioned base and pieced scroll roundel back, later associated drip trays, height 184cm x depth 23cm x width 78cm.

816 A 20th Century Tabriz carpet, the central blue and maroon coloured cartouche shaped medallion on an oatmeal field, decorated with a multitude of floral shoots and animals, all within repeat pattern borders of conforming colours, 395cm x 305cm, S/D. £300 - £400 817 A 19th Century metal bound oak silver chest, height 60cm, width 86cm and depth 55cm, S/D. £50 - £80

£60 - £80

815 821 A Victorian walnut framed open armchair with acanthus carved capitals over a serpentine fronted seat rail and scroll feet, lacking castors, S/D.

825 An 18th Century oak coffer with a triple fielded panel front over stile feet.

£50 - £80

826 An Arts and Crafts mahogany triple door compactum wardrobe, the cornice pediment above pilaster columns and with stylised acanthus seed pod detail to the doors, all over two drawers to the base section with square legs and strut feet, height 198cm, width 191cm and depth 66cm.

£50 - £70

£150 - £250

£100 - £150

827 A North West Persian rug with central lozenge design within a geometric border 280cm x 202cm and two similar similar smaller rugs (3)

833 A late 19th Century colonial hardwood davenport, the super structure fitted with four short drawers over further side drawers on a platform base, height 105cm x depth 63cm x width 60cm.

818 An oak rectangular side table in the Georgian style, the plank top over a plain frieze on slender legs and pad feet, height 68cm, width 134cm and depth 43cm, S/D.

822 A 19th Century mahogany library elbow chair, with a crescent shaped back rail over carved scroll splats and a cartouche shaped seat with acanthus carved and reeded front legs, A/F.

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

819 A late 19th Century oak library side table of rectangular form in the Gothic revival style, the base later painted white, with pierced ends united by fret-cut twin stretchers, possibly a later top, height 74cm, width 152cm and depth 60cm.

823 A late 19th Century Anglo Burmese hardwood standard chair, with profusely fret-carved foliate detail and with mask mounts, lacking seat panel, A/F.

£50 - £80

824 A Victorian spoonback armchair, with a foliate carved top crest over scroll detailed capitals and front legs, S/D.

820 A large wall mirror of rectangular form in a deep frame with foliate carved detail, possibly Indian, 163cm x 95cm. £80 - £120

£50 - £80

£50 - £80

£50 - £80

£80 - £120 828 A Kashan style rug with guls and geometric medallions on a deep red ground within multi running border, 175cm x 92cm. £80 - £120

£300 - £500 831 A George III oak and mahogany crossbanded hanging corner cupboard, height 78cm.

832 A 19th Century satinwood banded secretaire mahogany bookcase enclosed by a pair of astragal glazed doors over a fitted drawer and cupboard plinth base, height 202cm x depth 43cm x length 129cm.

£80 - £120 834 A 17th Century style carved oak court cupboard enclosed by a double pair of doors on a lunette decorated base, height 112cm x depth 40cm x width 110cm. £60 - £90

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849 A Victorian mahogany scroll back nursing chair, with serpentine edge seat on cabriole legs, upholstered in green plush.

835 A small 18th century carved oak coffer, the double panelled top over a conforming front on stiles, height 60cm x depth 46cm x width 113cm.

£50 - £70

£70 - £100

850 A small carved camphorwood coffer decorated with Chinese characters, on bracket feet, height 41cm x depth 36cm x width 77cm, and a small mother of pearl ebonised tripod table, width 33cm.

836 An 18th century style carved oak triple panelled headboard below a shaped cornice, height 78cm x width 124cm. £30 - £50

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837 A large 18th Century and later oak cupboard enclosed by a pair of arched doors over a plain base, height 205cm x depth 61cm x width 148cm. £200 - £300 838 A 19th Century folding steamer chair, with oval cane back on, sabre legs. £40 - £60 839 A large dark oak display cabinet fitted with a centre shelf enclosed by a beaded glazed door flanked by scroll fluted pillars over a two drawer cupboard plinth base, height 210cm x depth 55cm x width 178cm. £50 - £150 840 A Victorian carved oak centre table fitted with a single drawer and lion corner mask ring drop handles on twin pillar supports united by a deep bar stretcher, height 75cm x depth 59cm x width 106cm. £60 - £90

841 A 19th Century mahogany rectangular work table with lifting lid on turned pedestal and shaped platform base, height 74cm x depth 39cm x width 50cm, a small oak occasional table on pierced scroll legs width 55cm and a carved mahogany oval mirror. (3) £50 - £70 842 A Victorian circular piano stool upholstered in gold plush and a near pair of buttoned leather piano stools. (3) £50 - £80 843 A 20th Century French fauteille walnut elbow chair upholstered in green plush, on cabriole legs and a similar upholstered nursing chair. (2) £40 - £60 844 A set of six carved oak barley twist standard chairs with cane seats and spiral legs, A/F, and a small oak gateleg dining table, width 90cm. (7) £40 - £60

£40 - £60 845 A small Victorian two drawer writing table on turned legs below a tooled leather inset top, height 71cm x depth 44cm x width 73cm.

851 A 17th Century style oak gateleg dining table on turned block legs and stretchers, height 75cm x depth 48cm x width 152cm (opened).

£40 - £60

£50 - £80

846 A Victorian carved oak side table fitted with a single lion mask drawer on conforming legs and stretchers, height 77cm x depth 42cm x width 88cm.

852 An 18th Century carved oak coffer, the quadruple fielded panel top over a scroll frieze on stiles, height 67cm x depth 59cm x width 121cm.

£50 - £70

£120 - £180

847 A Victorian figured walnut oval Sutherland table on splayed supports united by a turned stretcher, height 70cm x depth 16cm x width 91.5cm.

853 A Victorian inlaid mahogany corner chair and a similar chair with heart shaped back and red velvet seat. (2)

£60 - £80 848 An early 20th Century carved ebonised folding dressing screen inset with pierced lacquered panels, bird and floral pediment, height 191cm x width 188cm. £40 - £60

£40 - £60 854 A Victorian carved oak firescreen with woolwork panel of a falconer on a white horse, height 92cm x width 80cm. £40 - £60 855 A Victorian burr walnut oval breakfast table on four turned supports and splayed legs, height 72cm x width 116cm. £60 - £90

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862 A Victorian inlaid walnut credenza with mirror panelled doors, floral inlaid frieze on a plinth, below a stepped marble top, height 89cm x depth 43cm x width 124cm. £120 - £180 863 A large circular oak dining table on lion mask cabriole legs terminating in claw feet united by a stretcher centered by a finial, height 71cm x diameter 141cm. £120 - £180 864 A 19th Century mahogany serving table of narrow form with shelf back over a carved panelled frieze on bulbous reeded legs, height 93cm x depth 40cm x length 310cm. £300 - £500

856 856 A Louis XIV style inlaid burr walnut credenza, the central panel door flanked by bowfronted glazed side cabinets, gilt metal mounts, on turned feet, height 113cm x depth 43cm x length 154cm.

860 A Victorian oak kneehole pedestal desk fitted with three lion mask handle frieze drawers and three further drawers to each pedestal, on plinth base, height 72cm x depth 61cm x width 106cm.

£400 - £600

£60 - £80

857 A Victorian inlaid burr walnut side cabinet, the central arch cupboard above turned spindle supports below a mirrored back on turned feet and castors, height 124cm x depth 37cm x width 106cm.

861 A North West Persian runner and three other rugs. (4)

£100 - £150 866 A Victorian carved dark oak two door sideboard on a plinth base, with brown veined marble top, height 89cm x depth 43cm x 124cm. £60 - £80

£40 - £60

£150 - £250

867 A Victorian carved dark oak two tier buffet with single frieze drawer below a marble top concealed by a lift lid on spiral supports and stepped plinth base, height 100cm x depth 51cm x width 114cm. £100 - £150

858 Three Victorian carved walnut salon chairs each with pierced splats on cabriole legs and tapestry seats. (3)

868 A late Victorian carved oak sideboard, the single frieze drawer over a fan burst and geometric panelled base on stepped plinth, height 100cm x depth 50cm x width 122cm.

£40 - £60 859 A Victorian mahogany octagonal sewing table, fitted interior, on tripod legs and castors, height 68cm.

865 A Victorian carved dark oak bookcase enclosed by a pair of arched glazed doors below a cornice centered by a mask over a cupboard base flanked by caryatids on a plinth base, height 219cm x 60cm x 118cm.

£70 - £100 862

£50 - £70

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881 A small 19th Century mahogany kneehole desk fitted with two frieze drawers, one drawer as a pull out writing slope, three further drawers to each pedestal on a plinth base, height 76cm x depth 51cnm x width 91cm.

869 A Victorian carved dark oak sideboard, the superstructure fitted with four drawers surrounding a recess over a two drawer and cupboard base flanked by fruiting pilasters on short stiles, height 142cm x depth 52cm x length 153cm

£80 - £120

£100 - £150

882 An Arts and Crafts planished copper and pewter tray or charger, detailed with a rampant lion within thistle borders, stamped HW, diameter 57cm, together with a folding beech framed stand.

870 A Victorian figured walnut floorstanding open bookcase, the projected corners over a pierced ecclesiastical frieze above carved pilasters on a plinth base, 106cm x 44cm x 148cm

£40 - £60

£150 - £250 871 A Victorian mahogany demi-lune marble top washstand with spiral central support on a platform base, height 104cm £70 - £100 872 A Victorian walnut chest of four short and one long drawer, with faux burr walnut front panels, pierced brass drop handles on a plinth base, height 90 cm x depth 52cm x width 122cm £60 - £100 873 A North West Persian rug with all over floral design centered by a medallion on a deep blue ground, 196cm x 133cm £60 - £80 874 A Victorian mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers, fitted with glass handles on turned feet, height 121cm x depth 56cm x width 122cm. £70 - £100

869 875 A Victorian carved dark oak hanging corner cupboard enclosed by an arch and fan inlaid door below a moulded edge cornice, height 100cm.

878 A 17th Century style carved oak two tier buffet, single frieze drawer on block legs united by an undertier, height 94cm x depth 52cm x width 91cm.

£40 - £60

£60 - £80

876 A 19th Century carved oak cellarette of rectangular form with recessed carved panels of lily of the valley, acorns and ivy, with zinc liner on turned legs, height 82cm x depth 48cm x width 100cm

879 A Victorian carved dark oak open bookcase with adjustable shelves flanked by lion masks and fruit pilasters on a plinth base, height 172cm x depth 52cm x width 112cm.

£60 - £100

£60 - £80

877 A late 19th Century Japanese shibyama ebonised three fold screen, applied with birds decorated on branches, height 95cm x length 110cm.

880 A 17th Century style carved dark oak livery cupboard, the central panels flanked two cupboards over a gadrooned base on block legs united by an undertier, height 110cm x depth 52cm x width 123cm.

£30 - £50

£70 - £100

883 A Regency style cross-banded mahogany twin pillar dining table on splayed reeded legs, height 75cm and depth 92cm, with two insert leaves extending the length to 252cm. £100 - £150 884 An early 20th Century tilt top combination firescreen occasional table with tapestry panel, together with a William IV mahogany circular seated piano stool with a tapered faceted support. (2) £40 - £60 885 A pair of Victorian Tunbridge ware inlaid circular foot stools on ceramic feet, with Berlin beadwork seats. (2) £30 - £50 886 A set of eight 1920s Queen Anne style walnut dining chairs, each with a vase-shaped splat above a slip in tapestry seat on cabriole front legs united by turned H-form stretchers, comprising seven standard chairs and one carver. (8) £250 - £350

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895 887 A large circular brass tray engraved with dragons on a folding stand. £40 - £60 888 A small George III style chest of four long graduated drawers, oval brass drop embossed handles on bracket feet, height 76cm x depth 49cm x width 64cm. £50 - £70

900 891 A 17th Century style oak bureau the interior enclosed by a linen fold fall over four long graduated drawers, height 91cm x depth 42cm x width 76cm. £30 - £50 892 A 19th Century mahogany bow front chest of two short and three long drawers on splayed bracket feet, height 104cm x depth 42cm x width 76cm.

889 An early 20th Century oak kneehole pedestal desk, the leather inset top over three frieze drawers and three drawers to each pedestal on plinth base, height 78cm x depth 54cm x width 107cm.

£70 - £100

£100 - £150

£40 - £60

890 A late Victorian walnut open floorstanding bookcase with adjustable shelves on a plinth base, height 106cm x depth 28cm x width 84cm.

894 A 19th Century oak longcase clock by William Clarke, brass dial and eight day striking movement enclosed by a pillared hood over a long trunk door on canted plinth base, height 196cm.

£40 - £60

893 A Victorian carved oak combination bureau bookcase, the cupboard over a fall and single frieze drawer, height 169cm x depth 53cm x width 104cm.

£150 - £250

902 895 A 19th Century Anglo Indian carved hardwood circular tripod table with rouge marble inset top over a pierced scroll frieze and scroll legs, height 80cm x 60cm diameter.

899 An Edwardian line inlaid mahogany wardrobe enclosed by a pair of oval panel doors, bowfront end sections over a drawer base, height 216cm x depth 54cm x length 173cm.

£80 - £120

£50 - £100

896 A Moorish ebonised and inlaid octagonal occasional table, diameter 48cm and a similar carved hardwood octagonal occasional table on pierced dragon style legs. (2)

900 A Victorian carved oak tub shaped easy chair with pierced scroll back, on cabriole legs to the front and back, upholstered in pale brown buttoned leather.

£50 - £80 897 A Victorian maple veneered triple wardrobe enclosed by a paneled and mirrored door with central drawer section below a spindle gallery on plinth base, height 147cm x depth 59cm x width 192cm and a matching bedside Cordoba. (2) £100 - £200 898 A Victorian carved oak corner chair on cabriole legs, an inlaid revolving piano stool and a small mahogany three tier bookshelf, height 60cm. (3)

£60 - £80 901 A pair of late 19th Century oval plaques of Justin Bouillion with scenes of medieval processions, 54cm x 43cm, framed. (2) £60 - £80 902 A 19th Century carved padouk wood jardiniere stand with rouge marble inset top over a pierced frieze, on shaped legs, width 34cm. £80 - £100

£60 - £80

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903 A late 19th Century serving tray with butterfly wing within a chequer banded border, width 52cm. £40 - £60 904 A Victorian carved oak sideboard fitted with three frieze drawers over a recessed cupboard with lion mask detail and brass drop handles on a plinth base, height 103cm x depth 55cm. £50 - £80 905 A Victorian carved oak shelf supported by three stylized ship’s figure head characters, length 170cm, a similar smaller shelf, length 92cm, and a small corner Chippendale style shelf unit. (3) £50 - £80 906 A pair of 20th century burr walnut bedside cupboards, each fitted with a base drawer enclosed by a door, height 66cm x depth 33.5cm x width 36cm. (2) £60 - £80 907 A Victorian mahogany swing toilet mirror with lift base trinket compartment, width 67cm. £40 - £60 908 A Victorian mahogany swing toilet mirror on claw feet and a similar toilet mirror on spiral supports. (2)

The Fixtures and Fittings of the former St Johns Church, St Johns Road, Stourbridge DY8 1EX To be sold by auction in situ on instructions received by the Side by Side Theatrical Company Stourbridge. Viewing Thursday 14th 10am - 3pm Friday 15th 10am - 3pm Saturday 16th 8am - 1pm Please note no collection on Saturday by appointment only from Monday onwards.

911 A set of five 1930s oak dining chairs each will plank seats on block legs and a pair of chairs upholstered in blue leather (7)

917 A light pine pew with iron bar and prayer book shelf, height 88cm x depth 66cm x length 198cm.

£30 - £50

£50 - £80

912 A set of six beech church chairs each with prayer or hymn book boxes. (6)

918 A pair of stained pine pews each with iron bar supports and book shelf on shaped open ends, height 88cm x depth 67cm x length 216cm. (2)

£60 - £90 913 A set of ten beech church chairs each with prayer or hymn book boxes. (10) £80 - £120 914 A set of eight beech church chairs each with prayer or hymn book boxes. (8) £70 - £100

909 An Art Deco bevelled glass wall mirror of circular form, with green and peach coloured borders, diameter 75cm.

915 A long pine pew with iron bar support and prayeror hymn book shelf, shaped open ends, height 88cm x depth 66cm x length 333cm.

£200 - £300

£70 - £100

910 A 1970s teak 'pin wheel' table stool of circular form, raised to strut supports, upholstered in black vinyl centred by a teak button.

916 A long pine pew with iron bar support and prayer or hymn book shelf, shaped open ends, height 88cm x depth 66cm x length 333cm.

£40 - £60

N.B. This stool is offered for sale as a work of art. It may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason should not be used in a private dwelling.

£70 - £100

919 A pair of stained pine pews each with iron bar supports and book shelf on shaped open ends, height 88cm x depth 67cm x length 216cm. (2) £100 - £150 920 A pair of stained pine pews each with iron bar supports and book shelf on shaped open ends, height 88cm x depth 67cm x length 216cm. (2) £100 - £150 921 A pair of stained pine pews each with iron bar supports and book shelf on shaped open ends, height 88cm x depth 67cm x length 216cm. (2) £100 - £150

£100 - £150 923 A pair of stained pine pews each with iron bar supports and book shelf on shaped open ends, height 88cm x depth 67cm x length 216cm. (2) £100 - £150 924 A pair of stained pine pews each with iron bar supports and book shelf on shaped open ends, height 88cm x depth 67cm x length 216cm. (2) £100 - £150 925 A pair of stained pine pews each with iron bar supports and book shelf on shaped open ends, height 88cm x depth 67cm x length 216cm. (2) £100 - £150 926 A late 19th century stained pine wall cupboard, the fixed pine shelves enclosed by a pair of panel doors, height 88cm x depth 33cm x width 71cm, a small single door cupboard, an oak plant stand, a wall shelf and an occasional table. (5) £40 - £60

£30 - £50

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£100 - £150

922 A pair of stained pine pews each with iron bar supports and book shelf on shaped open ends, height 88cm x depth 67cm x length 216cm, with padded foot/prayer stools. (2)

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927 A 17th Century style oak credence table, the plain top over a carved lunette frieze on square block legs united by rail stretchers, height 77cm x depth 67cm x length 223cm.

933 A pair of stained pine pews each with a panelled back on shaped ends, height 88cm x width 67cm x length 225cm.

£50 - £70

934 Three pine pews with iron supports on shaped ends, one lacking its prayer book shelf, height 88cm x depth 67cm x length 225cm. (3)

928 A small Victorian oak side or alter table on turned legs and a 1940s oak two drawer side table, height 78cm x depth 61cm x width 121cm. (2) £20 - £40 929 A 20th Century light oak Gothic revival alter rail with kneel cushioned rest, height 78cm x depth 53cm x length 130cm, also a similar pine rail 88cm x depth 40cm x length 198cm. (2) £60 - £90 930 Three pitch pine alter rails with prayer book shelves, shaped ends, height 88cm x depth 40cm x length 229cm and a single matching rail, 88cm x 40cm x length 198cm (4) £70 - £100 931 A Victorian oak alter rail with hinged section on castellated style supports and a similar matching rail, height 65cn x depth 16cnm x length 223cm. (2) £60 - £80 932 A 20th Century oak alter table, the moulded edge top on block legs united by rail stretchers inset with a presentation plaque dated 1961, height 100cm x depth 76cm x length 153cm. £50 - £70

£100 - £150

£100 - £150 935 A pair of pine pews with iron supports on shaped ends, height 88cm x depth 67cm x length 225cm. (2) £80 - £100 936 A late 19th Century pitch pine cupboard with castellated cornice and later fitted interior enclosed by a pair of fleur de lys iron strip fitted doors, height 180cm x depth 53cm x width 115cm. £70 - £100 937 A 20th Century oak lectern stand with lunette frieze over an arch panel and plinth base, height 115cm x depth 47cm x width 76cm £40 - £60

940 An early 20th Century prayer/reading stand with Gothic carved design and cushioned kneeler, height 80cm x depth 67cm x width 61cm.

947 An oak wall mounted hymn stand, 112cm x 40cm and a box of numbers. (qty)

£50 - £70

948 A set of four oak framed Gothic hymn and psalm boards and a box of numbers. (qty)

941 A pair of oak panelled ecclesiastical alter chairs with Gothic roundel detail on cross framed stretchers. (2) £80 - £120 942 An oak vestment style cupboard fitted with twelve short drawers above along drawer and two smaller drawers, recessed brass handles enclosed by Gothic panelled doors on a plinth base, height 80cm x depth 49cm x length 155cm. £150 - £250 943 A floorstanding oak four panelled corner section on a stepped base, height 100cm x depth 29cm x length 193cm and a two tier hymn book stand on platform ends height 85cm x depth 42cm x width 128cm. £50 - £80 944 Four prayer cushions, also various pillows, some with gothic decoration. (qty)

938 A 1950s oak lectern stand made for the 1953 coronation with presentation plaque, hinged base, height 123cm x depth 84cm x width 64cm.

£50 - £70

£70 - £100

£40 - £60

939 An early 20th Century Gothic style oak lectern, the base rail with pierced florette design, height 87cm x depth 40cm x width 76cm and two associated carpet stands. (3)

946 A small 20th Century oak table/lecturn with lunette and carved arch detail, two similar bible or prayer book rests and an oak alter cross on stepped base, height 55cm (4)

£50 - £70

945 A small Gothic stool with cushioned top, a pine chest with lift lid on block feet, three small tables and a torchere. (7)

£50 - £70

£50 - £80 949 A 20th Century large oak alter table, the plank top over champhered block feet and rails supports, height 100cm x depth 80cm x length 240cm. £100 - £150 950 An oak alter chamber/reading stall with carved fleur de lys capitals over detailed armorial side panels united by a panelled base, height 157cm x depth 77cm x width 113cm. £100 - £150 951 An oak alter chamber/reading stall with carved fleur de lys capitals over detailed armorial side panels united by a panelled base, height 157cm x depth 77cm x width 113cm. £80 - £120 952 A Victorian mahogany writing table, the inset leather top with single end drawer on turned baluster legs, height 73cm x depth 103cm x width 150cm. £60 - £90 953 A collection of turned oak collection plates and bags including two brass examples, also communion trays and cups. (qty) £40 - £60

£50 - £80

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954 A full size church pipe organ by Nelson & Co Durham, stepped keyboard, pedal and pull stop operation. The organ was rebuilt and modernised in 1963. £500 - £1,500

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955 A 20th Century stone circular font with recessed painted gothic roundels on a stepped pedestal with alabaster inset enclosed by an iron work cover, height 120cm width approximately 93cm. ÂŁ300 - ÂŁ500

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Fieldings Auctioneers

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

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

• 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 11th January – The January Sale Saturday 8th February – The February Sale Saturday 7th March – Decades of Design

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.


Fieldings Auctioneers Ltd Mill Race Lane Stourbridge West Midlands DY8 1JN

T: 01384 444 140

www.fieldingsauctioneers.co.uk Reg No. 4261506

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