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Wednesday 4th December 2013 Sale Starts at 11a.m.

Christmas Collective Auction


Lot 14

Lot 28

Lot 52

Lot 74

Lot 109

Lot 191

Lot 236

Lot 149

Lot 213

Lot 219

Lot 250

Lot 45

Lot 78

Lot 150

Lot 234

Lot 276


Christmas Collective Auction Which will be sold by auction on

Wednesday 4th December 2013 Sale starts at 11.00am

at Darwin Saleroom Halls Holdings House Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, SY4 3DR Viewing: Monday 2nd December 9.30am – 7.00pm Tuesday 3rd December 9.30am – 4.30pm and on the morning of the sale Sale no. 3023

Front cover illustration: Lot 479 Back cover illustration: Part of a collection of wines and spirits in the sale Internet address: www.hallsgb.com www.the-saleroom.com/halls www.invaluable.com/halls

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Order of Sale Lot 1 – 52

Silver and Bijouterie

Lot 91 – 129

Watches, Coins and Medals

Lot 53 – 90

Lot 130 – 159 Lot 161 – 229 Lot 230 – 239 Lot 240 – 305 Lot 308 – 366 Lot 369 – 381 Lot 382 – 444 Lot 445 – 452 Lot 453 – 494

Jewellery

Works of Art and Furniture Asian Art

European Ceramics

Collectable Ceramics and glass Taxidermy and Textiles Musical Instruments Books

Wines and Spirits Paintings


SILVER AND BIJOUTERIE

Lot 10 A CHINESE WHITE METAL BOX, stamped to the base ‘WH90’, the box of rectangular form with applied dragon motif to the hinged cover, 13cm wide, weight 11oz £150 - £200

Lot 1 A CASED GEORGE III SILVER TODDY LADLE, Charles Hougham, London, with silver gilt bowl, turned whalebone handle and later embossed decoration, 31cm long £50 - £70

Lot 11 A PART SET OF HANOVERIAN SILVER FLATWARE, gee & Holmes, Sheffield 1958-1963, comprising; seven dessert spoons, six dessert forks and four table forks, together with two further silver Hanoverian pattern silver table forks, total weight 33oz (19) £300 - £500

Lot 2 A PAIR OF SILVER SHORT CANDLESTICKS, g W Aldridge, Birmingham 1922, each with knopped stem and reeded rim, raised on spreading circular base, 11.5cm high (loaded) (2) £50 - £70 Lot 3 A SILVER CREAM JUG, Birmingham, 9cm high, together with two silver napkin rings, a silver salt shaker, a silver pepperette and a silver salt with spoon, total weight of silver 8oz (7) £80 - £120

Lot 12 A PAIR OF GEORGE III CAST SILVER TAPERSTICKS, London 1792, each with knopped stem and raised on shaped square base, 11.5cm high, total weight 12.6oz (2) £200 - £300

Lot 4 A SILVER AND ENAMEL SNUFF BOX, S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1938, of shaped oval form with a decorative enamel cover depicting a beaver in landscape scene, 5cm long £80 - £120

Lot 13 A VICTORIAN SILVER DESK STAND, Martin, Hall & Co, Sheffield 1895, the pierced gallery stand of rectangular form housing two silver mounted glass inkwells, engraved ‘Presented to Mr & Mrs Pinch...1901’, 25cm wide, weight 24.6oz (excluding inkwells) £300 - £500

Lot 5 A PAIR OF SILVER POSY VASES, J Sherwood & Sons, Birmingham 1911, each of tapered form with crimped rim and raised on spreading circular foot, 22cm high (loaded) (2) £80 - £120

Lot 14 AN ASPREY & CO CASED SILVER CHRISTENING SET, comprising; a porringer, a shallow bowl, a cup, a napkin ring, an egg cup with spoon and a knife, fork and spoon, all with conforming decoration and engraved ‘VR’, all presented within fitted case, total weighable silver 32.1oz £300 - £500

Lot 6 A PEDESTAL SILVER BOWL, g W Aldridge, Birmingham 1922, the bowl of plain polished monteith form with circular pedestal foot, 9cm high, weight 5.7oz £60 - £80

Lot 15 A VICTORIAN PART CASED SET OF SILVER AND MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLED CUTLERY, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1868-1870, comprising; nine knives and forks, two butter knives, a cake knife and fork and a further knife and fork, together with a pair of plated grape scissors and two pairs of nut crackers, all presented within oak canteen (at fault) £100 - £150

Lot 7 A TWO HANDLED PEDESTAL SILVER BOWL, g W Aldridge, Birmingham 1922, of faceted circular form with two loop handles and raised on circular pedestal foot, 10cm high, weight 8oz £80 - £120

Lot 8 A VICTORIAN SILVER OIL LAMP, makers marked rubbed, Birmingham 1900, the Aladdin style lamp with bird cast handle and raised on oval pedestal base, 9.5cm high, weight 3.2oz £70 - £100

Lot 16 A GEORGE III SILVER MUSTARD, Charles Chesterman II, London 1797, of oval form with embossed scroll and foliate decoration, with blue glass liner (chipped), 7.5cm high, weight of silver 3.5oz £150 - £200

Lot 9 AN EDWARDIAN HARRODS SILVER SALVER, Richard Burbridge for Harrods Stores Ltd, London 1909, of lobed circular form with gadrooned and mask cast rim, engraved to the reverse ‘Presented to Mr Raymond Ilfred Henry Longman...April 1947’, all raised on four gadrooned circular pad feet, 31.5cm diameter, weight 32oz £300 - £500

Lot 17 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER TABLESPOONS, Peter & William Bateman, London 1808, with later embossed floral decoration, together with a pair of pierced lobed swing handled silver bon bon dishes, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1912 and a silver sauce boat, total weight 10.3oz £100 - £150

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Lot 18 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SILVER SUGAR CASTER, the body heavily embossed with figural scene within scrolling border with pierced cover and ball finial, all raised on cast scroll pedestal foot, 17cm high, weight 8.7oz £100 - £150

Lot 26 A CHINESE PIERCED WHITE METAL TRINKET BOX, of rectangular form with dragon and scroll decoration, stamped to base ‘KMS’, with character mark, 11.5cm long, 3.5cm high, 4cm deep, weight 3.4oz £70 - £100

Lot 27 A VICTORIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE, Edward Smith, Birmingham 1853, of shaped rectangular form with engine turned decoration, engraved initials to the cover, opening to reveal silver gilt interior with decorative pierced grille, 3.5cm long, weight 17.2gms £100 - £150

Lot 19 A CASED SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN SILVER TEASPOONS WITH A PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS, James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler, London 1897, the terminals with cast mask and floral decoration and initialled ‘n.L’, all presented within fitted case, total weight 8oz £80 - £120

Lot 28 A VICTORIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE BY NATHANIEL MILLS, Birmingham 1845, of lobed oval form with engine turned and scroll decoration, engraved ‘Joyce’, the cover opening to reveal silver gilt interior and decorative pierced grille, 3.5cm long, 16.6gms £150 - £250

Lot 20 A CONTINENTAL SILVER BOAT, Edwin Thompson Bryant, import mark for London 1896, probably French, the body of the boat embossed with landscape and figural leisure scenes, with cast figure and dog to top, 5cm high, 15cm long, weight 3oz £200 - £400

Lot 29 A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, Mappin & Webb Ltd, London 1915, of plain polished rectangular form, 14cm long, together with a rectangular silver cigar case, Birmingham 1924, with engraved initials to cover, 14cm long, total weight 12oz (2) £100 - £200

Lot 21 A SMALL SILVER CREAM JUG, Birmingham 1910, of oval form with reeded rim, 5cm high, weight 1.5oz, together with a white metal circular compact with engraved decoration, stamped ‘925’ to the interior, 6.5cm diameter (2) £100 - £150

Lot 30 THREE SILVER ENGINE TURNED CIGARETTE CASES, together with an engine turned silver vesta case in the form of an envelope, total weight 10.5oz (4) £100 - £200

Lot 22 A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, Frank Cobb & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1918, each piece of shaped oval form, comprising; a teapot with ebonised handle and finial 12.5cm high, a two handled sugar bowl 8.5cm high and a cream jug 7cm high, total weight 20oz (3) £200 - £400

Lot 31 A PART SET OF VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER FORKS, William Eaton, London 1844, comprising; seven table forks and seven dessert forks, all engraved ‘W’ to terminals, together with a further silver Fiddle pattern fork, Edinburgh, total weight 29oz (15) £300 - £500

Lot 23 A GEORGE III STYLE SILVER HOT WATER JUG, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1916, of baluster form with domed cover, urn finial and bakelite scroll handle, all raised on circular foot, 20.5cm high, weight 12oz £150 - £200

Lot 32 A SET OF ELEVEN VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1843, together with a pair of silver teaspoons, all with engraved ‘W’ to the terminals, total weight 15.5oz (13) £150 - £250

Lot 24 A PEDESTAL SILVER BOWL, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1928, of circular form with pierced rim and raised on circular pedestal base, 10cm high, weight 12.3oz £120 - £180

Lot 33 A PART SET OF GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SPOONS, William Eaton, London 1818, comprising; two tablespoons and five dessert spoons, all engraved ‘W’ to the terminals, total weight 9.5oz (7) £100 - £200

Lot 25 AN ART NOUVEAU STYLE PEDESTAL SILVER TYG., T Wooley, Birmingham 1911, of circular form with three stylised tendril handles, engraved to body; ‘Presented to Miss Elma Plant....’, 14.5cm high, weight 18oz £200 - £400

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Lot 34 A COLLECTION OF FIVE WILLIAM IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, London 1835, together with two silver serving spoons, a teaspoon, two salt spoons and a mustard spoon, all engraved ‘W’ to the terminals, total weight 14oz (11) £150 - £200

Lot 43 A LATE 19TH CENTURY COROMANDEL DRESSING TABLE BOX, containing various silver plated mounted cut glass dressing table jars, together with manicure instruments and interior mirror, with two fitted hidden drawers, 30cm wide, 22.5cm deep and 18cm high £100 - £200

Lot 35 A GEORGE IV FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER FISH SLICE, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1823, with decorative pierced blade and engraved ‘W’ to terminal, 31cm long, weight 5.3oz £60 - £80

Lot 44 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER AND TORTOISESHELL MOUNTED DRESSING TABLE SET, each piece with swag and garland pique work embellishment, comprising; a hand mirror, a trinket box, two hair brushes and two clothes brushes (6) £100 - £200

Lot 36 AN ELKINGTON & CO SILVER QUAICH, Birmingham 1924, of plain polished form with collet foot, 10cm diameter (excluding handle), weight 3.5oz £70 - £100

Lot 45 A WATERMANS 9CT GOLD CASED FOUNTAIN PEN, hallmarked London 1953, by S J Rose, lever filling and 14ct gold nib, with engraved initials, weight 25gms £200 - £300

Lot 37 A SILVER SAUCE BOAT, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1924, of cusped form with flying scroll handle, together with a silver cream boat, total weight 5oz (2) £70 - £100

Lot 46 A 9CT GOLD CASED FOUNTAIN PEN, hallmarked London 1964, by S J Rose, with 14ct gold nib, engraved initials, weight 22gms £200 - £300

Lot 38 A BETJEMANNS SILVER PLATED TANTALUS, the rectangular frame housing three pressed glass spirit bottles with faceted stoppers, the hinged cover with engraved initials, 34cm long, 30cm high £150 - £200

Lot 47 A LATE 18TH CENTURY IVORY AND WAX TOOTHPICK CASE, the oblong ivory case with carved wax landscape and figural scene, within yellow metal mount and yellow metal catch, 9cm wide £100 - £150

Lot 39 A SILVER MOUNTED CIGARETTE BOX, Frederick William Hentsch, London 1926, of rectangular form with engine turned decoration, the hinged cover opening to reveal three fruit wood lined interior compartments, 22cm wide, 14.5cm deep, 7cm high £70 - £100

Lot 48 A GEORGE V SILVER RATTLE, Crisford & norris Ltd, Birmingham 1912, with scroll embossed decoration, four bells and whistle terminal, 10cm long, weight 43gms £80 - £120

Lot 40 A KOHLER & SON SILVER PLATED POST HORN, with mouthpiece, engraved ‘Kohler & Son, makers, 61 Victoria Street, Westminster (from Covent garden), London’, presented within wicker case, 134cm long £250 - £350

Lot 49 A PAIR OF FRENCH YELLOW METAL, blue guilloche enamel and mother of pearl theatre binoculars, 9.5cm wide £100 - £150

Lot 41 A SILVER CIGARETTE BOX, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1932, of stylised geometric rectangular form with engine turned decoration, the cover opening to reveal two division fruit wood lined interior, 14.5cm long £80 - £120

Lot 50 AN S.MORDAN & CO YELLOW METAL RETRACTABLE PENCIL, together with a further yellow metal retractable pencil with shield shaped bloodstone terminal, a dual purpose retractable pencil/glove hook and a yellow metal quizzing glass (4) £150 - £200

Lot 42 A NOVELTY SILVER PIN CUSHION in the form of a shoe, S. Blanckensee & Sons, Ltd, Birmingham 1915, 13cm long, together with a further silver pin cushion in the form of a shoe, g W Aldridge, Birmingham 1921, 9cm long (2) £100 - £150

Lot 51 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER DOG COLLAR, Birmingham 1905, the flat tubular links with two suspended bells and heart shaped padlock clasp, with vacant identity disc, weight 67gms £100 - £150

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Lot 52 AN ART DECO SILVER AND GUILLOCHE ENAMEL CIGARETTE CASE, William neale & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1936, the case of rectangular form with two tone green engine turned guilloche enamel cover, opening to reveal silver gilt interior, 8.5cm x 6.5cm, weight 99.7gms £80 - £120

Lot 61 A MULTI-COLOURED JADEITE SET PENDANT, designed as six oval jadeite cabochons claw set to yellow metal eagle and Chinese character mark plaque, all within green jadeite circular tubular border with yellow metal pendant lug, the reverse stamped ‘14k’, 50mm diameter £80 - £120

JEWELLERY

Lot 62 A JADEITE AND YELLOW METAL PENDANT WITH CHAIN, designed as a central yellow metal openwork panel with a stone set fish, within two green jadeite tubular borders, the reverse stamped ‘14k’, with yellow metal rope twist chain, the bolt ring stamped ‘14k’, pendant measures 50mm diameter, chain 60cm long, weight of chain 6.9gms (at fault) £100 - £200

Lot 53 A YELLOW METAL DECORATIVE LINK CHAIN AND BRACELET, both with box link fastening stamped ‘585’, total weight 12.2gms (2) £120 - £180 Lot 54 A SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RING, the oval brilliant cut diamond claw set in white metal to yellow metal hoop, indistinctly stamped, ring size I, weight 1.5gms £150 - £200

Lot 63 A RUBY AND TURQUOISE SET ABSTRACT BROOCH, designed as six cabochon turquoise and five faceted rubies all claw set within pierced yellow metal stylised ribbon brooch mount, the reverse stamped ‘750’, 64mm long, weight 11.7gms £150 - £250

Lot 55 AN 18CT GOLD DIAMOND SET RING, designed as a raised central brilliant cut diamond claw set in yellow gold with channel set graduated diamond shoulders, ring size o, weight 5.3gms £300 - £500

Lot 64 A 9CT GOLD TEXTURED LINK NECKLACE, with lobster claw fastening, length 76cm, weight 35.4gms £250 - £350

Lot 56 A 9CT GOLD DIAMOND SET HALF HOOP ETERNITY RING, designed as two rows of ten brilliant cut diamonds, all claw set in white gold to yellow gold hoop, ring size n 1/2, weight 2.3gms £150 - £250

Lot 65 A 9CT GOLD TEXTURED LINK NECKLACE, with lobster claw fastening, length 70m, weight 33.6gms £250 - £350

Lot 57 A CORAL SET MOURNING BROOCH, designed as a central coral bead within a surround of six small coral beads, all set to circular decorative yellow metal brooch with rope twist embellishment, the reverse with glazed locket back enclosing plaited hair, with attached safety chain, not stamped, 35mm diameter £200 - £400

Lot 66 A 9CT GOLD HOLLOW HINGED BANGLE, with bamboo effect finish, attached safety chain (fastening at fault), weight 14.8gms £100 - £200

Lot 67 A BAROQUE PEARL SET HINGED BANGLE, designed as two rows of baroque pearls within yellow metal borders, with removable pin fastening, not stamped, total weight 18gms £80 - £120

Lot 58 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, designed as a central oval mixed cut sapphire within a surround of eleven old cut diamonds, all claw set in yellow metal to pierced gallery, the yellow metal hoop stamped ‘18ct’, ring size M 1/2, weight 2.9gms £300 - £500

Lot 68 A MULTI-COLOURED JADEITE BRACELET, designed as six pairs of jadeite tubular links within yellow metal mounts, the pierced character box link clasp stamped ‘14k 585’, with attached safety chain £100 - £150

Lot 59 A 9CT GOLD FIVE ROW OVAL LINK CHARM BRACELET WITH FIVE 9CT GOLD CHARMS, charms include; a set of golf clubs, a pair of shoes and two rings, the box link clasp hallmarked Birmingham 1971, length 170mm, weight 41.5gms £250 - £450

Lot 69 THREE YELLOW METAL BANGLES with bright cut engraved decoration, each stamped ‘14k’, total weight 19.5gms (3) £200 - £300

Lot 60 A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD NOVELTY GOLF TEES, hallmarked London 1972, 35mm long, total weight 15.5gms (2) £100 - £200

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Lot 70 TWO YELLOW METAL BANGLES with engraved decoration, both stamped ‘750’, total weight 13.3gms (2) £150 - £200

Lot 80 AN 18CT GOLD SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, designed as a central oval mixed cut sapphire within a surround of ten diamonds, all claw set in white gold to yellow gold hoop, weight 4.3gms £70 - £100

Lot 71 THREE YELLOW METAL BANGLES with engraved decoration, each stamped ‘22k’, total weight 37.2gms (3) £700 - £900

Lot 81 AN OPAL SET FIVE BAND CLUSTER RING, designed as eight raised oval cabochon opals claw set to five yellow metal rings, all interspersed with sixteen circular cabochon opals, indistinctly stamped, weight 5.5gms (lacking one opal) £100 - £150

Lot 72 A YELLOW METAL DECORATIVE HINGED BANGLE, with screw pin fastening and stamped Chinese character marks, weight 10.2gms £100 - £200

Lot 82 A 9CT GOLD OPAL CLUSTER BAR BROOCH, designed as a central oval cabochon opal within a border of twelve circular cabochon opals, all claw set in yellow gold to gold bar, 48mm long, weight 2.9gms £100 - £150

Lot 73 A DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE HALF HOOP ETERNITY RING, designed as a central row of channel set baguette cut diamonds within two rows of claw set marquise cut sapphires, all set in white metal, the hoop indistinctly stamped ‘750’, weight 6.1gms £80 - £120

Lot 83 AN OVAL SHELL CAMEO BROOCH depicting the profile of a female, within yellow metal mount with brooch and pendant fitting, stamped ‘750’, 48mm x 38mm £100 - £150

Lot 74 A YELLOW METAL AND PHEASANT BAR BROOCH, the yellow metal pheasant in flight with enamel collar, head and eyes, not stamped, mounted upon 9ct gold bar brooch, 50mm long £100 - £150

Lot 84 A YELLOW METAL OVAL LINK WATCH ALBERT, with attached T-bar and swivel, together with a Sampson Mordan & Co white metal retractable pencil £150 - £250

Lot 75 A 9CT GOLD OPAL FLORAL CLUSTER RING, designed as a cluster of seven circular cabochon opals all claw set in yellow gold, together with a matched pair of opal cluster stud earrings, stamped ‘9ct’, total weight 5gms (2) £80 - £120

Lot 85 A YELLOW METAL CURB LINK CHAIN, the box link clasp stamped ‘14k 585’, 40cm long, weight 24.3gms £250 - £350

Lot 76 A UNTESTED PEARL AND DIAMOND SET STICK PIN, within fitted box, together with two further stick pins (3) £100 - £150

Lot 86 A YELLOW METAL INTEGRAL CROSS LINK BRACELET, the box link clasp stamped ‘14k 585’, weight 29.2gms £350 - £450

Lot 77 A DIAMOND AND RUBY FULL HOOP ETERNITY RING, designed as twelve eight cut diamonds interspersed with twelve square cut rubies, all channel and collet set within white metal decorative engraved hoop, not stamped, weight 3.1gms £70 - £100

Lot 87 A DIAMOND AND POLYCHROME ENAMEL MILITARY SWEETHEART BAR BROOCH, designed as a diamond set lion below a red and white enamel rose within diamond set wreath and crown, all above a blue enamel ‘York and Lancaster’ ribbon, all set in white metal with yellow metal reverse, the bar engraved ‘A Memento July 13th 1915’, 48mm long, weight 5gms £100 - £150

Lot 78 AN 18CT WHITE GOLD SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RING, the brilliant cut diamond claw set to the white gold hoop, weight 3.1gms £1,000 - £1,500

Lot 88 A DIAMOND AND GREEN ENAMEL BROOCH in the form of a stylised crown, the reverse stamped ‘14k Birks 1942’, 30mm long, weight 3.9gms £100 - £150

Lot 79 A THREE STONE DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE RING, designed as a central square cut sapphire flanked to each side with a brilliant cut diamond, all claw set in white metal to yellow metal hoop, stamped ‘18ct & Pt’, weight 3.5gms £300 - £500 7


Lot 89 A PAIR OF 9CT GOLD CUFFLINKS, the panels of rectangular form with canted corners and engine turned decoration, hallmarked Birmingham 1988, total weight 8.7gms £60 - £80

Lot 97 A LADY’S 9CT GOLD OMEGA WRISTWATCH, the silvered dial with batons, manual wind, with attached 9ct gold brick link bracelet hallmarked Birmingham 1979, weight 17.5gms £120 - £180

Lot 90 A SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RING, the round brilliant cut diamond claw set in white metal to yellow metal hoop stamped ‘18ct’, weight 2.1gms £200 - £400

Lot 98 A LADY’S 9CT GOLD ROLEX WRISTWATCH, the silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, the steel movement signed ‘R & S Swiss made- Rands Lever- 15 jewels’, the inner case stamped ‘Rolex- W & D- no. 1138222’, with 9ct gold import mark London 1920, the attached rose gold expanding bracelet stamped ‘9ctBritannic’, weight 21.5gms £200 - £400

WATCHES, COINS AND MEDALS

Lot 91 A MID-19TH CENTURY 18CT GOLD OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, London 1849, the gold decorative dial with gold Roman numerals, the gilt movement signed ‘Willm gray Market Place Leicester no. 2647’, with long metal guard chain and key, weight 61.7gms £300 - £500

Lot 99 A LADY’S 9CT GOLD LONGINES WRISTWATCH, the silvered dial with gold Arabic numerals, manual wind, with attached 9ct gold bricklink bracelet, weight 18gms £100 - £150 Lot 100 A LADY’S 9CT GOLD OMEGA WRISTWATCH, the silvered dial with gold batons, manual wind with textured integral tapered bracelet, weight 17.3gms £100 - £150

Lot 92 A GENTLEMAN’S ROLEX GOLD PLATED CASED DRESS WATCH, the silvered dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the steel keyless movement stamped ‘Rolex-15 Jewels-Swiss made’, the inner back stamped ‘Rolex-7 World’s Records- gold Medal- geneva- Suisse’ £400 - £600

Lot 101 A LADY’S GOLD PLATED OMEGA WRISTWATCH, the silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, manual wind, with attached 9ct gold brick link bracelet, weight 15.8gms £100 - £150

Lot 93 A LADY’S WHITE METAL DIAMOND SET WRISTWATCH, the silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, the steel manual wind movement not signed, the bezel set with twenty-six diamonds, with a further twenty-eight diamonds set to the shoulders and lugs, attached later 9ct white gold cord bracelet, hallmarked Birmingham 1954, no stamps to case, weight 16gms £200 - £400

Lot 102 A GEORGE III SILVER PAIR CASE FUSEE POCKET WATCH, London 1806, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, the gilt fusee movement with decorative watch cock and round pillars, signed ‘Wm Stephenson, London no. 5693, together with a Victorian silver open face pocket watch, Birmingham 1897, the gilt movement signed ‘Joseph Saum-Mold no. 173509’, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, with attached steel watch albert (2) £150 - £250

Lot 94 A GENTLEMAN’S 9CT GOLD LONGINES PRESENCE QUARTZ WRISTWATCH, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and date aperture, back of case stamped ‘9k-375 25-186-494’, with attached black leather strap, within Longines case £100 - £200

Lot 103 A LADY’S 9CT GOLD ROTARY WRISTWATCH, the square silvered dial with Arabic numerals and batons, manual wind, the integral 9ct gold three bar gate bracelet hallmarked Birmingham 1957, engraved inscription to back of case, weight 14gms £70 - £100

Lot 95 A LADY’S 14CT GOLD OMEGA DEVILLE QUARTZ WRISTWATCH, the champagne dial with black batons, attached gold plated decorative bracelet £150 - £200

Lot 104 A LADY’S YELLOW METAL CONTINENTAL FOB WATCH, late 19th century, the decorative gold dial with black Roman numerals, the gilt movement not signed, the case stamped ‘18k’, the inner back engraved ‘J.W. Benson to H.R.H. The Prince of Wales 58 & 60 Ludgate Hill, London’, with key, weight 51gms £200 - £300

Lot 96 A LADY’S SILVER CASED FOB WATCH, hallmarked London 1874, the decorative silver dial with gold Roman numerals and floral decoration, the gilt movement signed ‘Eliz Priest Coleshill 1875 no. 6011’, with key and case £80 - £120

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Lot 105 A LADY’S 9CT GOLD OMEGA BRACELET WATCH, the circular silvered dial with batons, manual wind, the integral tapered decorative bracelet hallmarked London 1979, weight 16gms £100 - £150

Lot 112 A GENTLEMAN’S YELLOW METAL CONTINENTAL FULL HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the gilt keyless movement not signed, the dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the decorative case stamped ‘585’, the inner back stamped ‘no. 101640 Staubschutzring, Remontoire Ancre, Spiral Breguet, 16 Rubis, Chaton’, weight 85gms £400 - £600

Lot 106 A LADY’S 9CT GOLD TISSOT BRACELET WATCH, the rectangular champagne dial with batons, manual wind, the integral tapered mesh bracelet, hallmarked Birmingham 1970, weight 23gms £100 - £150

Lot 113 AN ELIZABETH II SOVEREIGN, dated 1979, within capsule and Royal Mint case £150 - £200

Lot 107 THREE ASSORTED LADY’S WRISTWATCHES, comprising; a diamond set white metal wristwatch, case stamped ‘All Platinum’, with part bracelet stamped ‘Platinum’, weight 10gms, a 9ct gold cocktail watch with attached gold plated bracelet and a girard Perregaux silver and marcasite wristwatch (3) £200 - £300

Lot 114 A VICTORIAN YOUNG HEAD HALF SOVEREIGN, dated 1869, with shield reverse, DIE no.17 £80 - £120

Lot 115 A VICTORIA OLD HEAD HALF SOVEREIGN, dated 1893, a george V crown dated 1935, an Elizabeth II crown dated 1953, an Elizabeth II nine coin set dated 1953, a half crown to farthing in plastic case etc (a quantity) £100 - £150

Lot 108 A LADY’S YELLOW METAL CONTINENTAL FOB WATCH, stamped ‘18k’ the gold decorative dial with black Roman numerals, the gilt keyless movement signed ‘nedor’, weight 35gms, together with a yellow metal circular belcher link guard chain, the disc stamped ‘9ct’, with attached swivel, length 142cm, weight 26gms £300 - £500

Lot 116 A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN, dated 1913 Lot 117 A GEORGE V SOVEREIGN, dated 1914

Lot 109 A GENTLEMAN’S GOLD OMEGA WRISTWATCH, the rectangular geometric design dial with circular and square batons, the omega 17 jewel movement no. 13182047 and no. 302, manual wind, continental gold hallmark stamped to side of case, with attached strap £800 - £1,200

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Lot 118 A VICTORIAN OLD HEAD SOVEREIGN, dated 1900 £80 - £120

Lot 119 A SMALL ASSORTMENT OF COINS AND TOKENS, comprising; Victorian crowns dated 1890 and 1893, a double florin dated 1888, silver 3d pieces from 18761938, a george III copper half penny dated 1806 a Canadian bank token dated 1837 and a ‘B. Wells Crawley’ token (quantity) £60 - £80

Lot 110 A GENTLEMAN’S 9CT GOLD GARRARD WRISTWATCH, hallmarked Birmingham 1957, the circular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and batons, with subsidiary seconds dial, manual wind, presentation inscription engraved to the back of the case; ‘B.R. Western Region’, with attached black leather strap £100 - £150

Lot 120 AN ELIZABETH II SOVEREIGN, dated 1964, within case £150 - £200

Lot 111 A LADY’S 9CT GOLD ROLEX WRISTWATCH, the circular silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, the steel 15 jewel movement stamped ‘Timed 6 positions for all climates’, the inner back with 9ct gold import mark for glasgow 1923 and Rolex 7 Worlds records gold medal, geneva Suisse, with attached rose gold expanding bracelet, stamped ‘9ct Britannic’, weight 15gms £300 - £500

Lot 121 A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED BRITISH COINS, to include; year sets 1919 to 1952 and uncirculated coin sets from 1984 to 1992 and currency oddments etc (a quantity) £450 - £550

Lot 122 A QUANTITY OF BRITISH COINAGE, to include; florins, shillings, six pences etc and postal orders (a quantity) £300 - £500

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WORKS OF ART AND FURNITURE

Lot 123 AN ELIZABETH II SOVEREIGN, dated 2010, limited edition no. 22/250, within a presentation cover by Westminster with certificate of authenticity, together with an Elizabeth II quarter sovereign dated 2010, limited edition no.118/450, within a presentation cover by Westminster with certificate of authenticity (2) £200 - £250

Lot 130 A 17TH/18TH CENTURY BRONZE THREE FOOTED SKILLET with fixed line decorated tapering handle, 14cm diameter, 33cm long £200 - £300

Lot 131 A VICTORIAN TABLE TOP COLLECTORS CABINET, Tunbridge decorated and ebonised, the two hinged doors revealing four graduated drawers fitted with brass knob handles (at fault), 25.5cm wide, 25.5cm high, 20cm deep £100 - £150

Lot 124 THE QUEEN’S DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATION SOVEREIGN, dated 2012, issued by the Royal Mint, within capsule and box, with certificate of authenticity £150 - £200 Lot 125 A LARGE COLLECTION OF COMMEMORATIVE COINAGE, to include; the 2010 and 2011 Britannia four coin silver proof sets, the three Kings 75th anniversary silver coin cover, £5 coins, silver crowns dated 1888 & 1935, a large number of bronze pennies and half pennies etc and a 9ct gold and enamel Masonic medal in case (a quantity) £300 - £500

Lot 132 AN ENGLISH PEWTER BISCUIT BARREL made by Liberty & Co. stamped number 0585, of square squat globular form with stylised open handle to the hammered lid, raised on four compressed bun feet, 13.5cm square, 14.5cm high £70 - £100 Lot 133 AN ITALIAN WALNUT AND MARQUETRY HAND MIRROR, a mid-19th century small Sadeli and sandalwood box, an enamel decorated Indian pillbox, a hand held leather cased compensated aneroid barometer, along with one other by Casey (5) £70 - £100

Lot 126 A QUANTITY OF SILVER, cupro nickel and bronze coinage, to include; a crown dated 1894, a half crown dated 1920, florins dated 1873, 1900, 1904 & 1922, small silver oddments, banknotes etc (a quantity) £70 - £100

Lot 134 JULIUS MORMANN (1886-1973), A CARVED OAK CRUCIFIX, on stepped rectangular base, signed verso J. Mormann Wiedenbruck Westfalia, FEC 1948, 81.5cm high £100 - £150

Lot 127 AN ASSORTED COLLECTION OF BRITISH SILVER, cupro-nickel, copper and bronze coinage, from george III to Elizabeth II (a quantity) £100 - £150 Lot 128 A WORLD WAR I TRIO OF MEDALS, comprising; 191415 Star, War medal and Victory medal, awarded to ‘9496 A. CPL W. Hebden K.o.Y.L.I’ and a pair of World War I medals, comprising; War medal and Victory medal awarded to ‘16567 PTE.T. Fallows- L’PooL R’ (5) £60 - £80

Lot 135 A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY BLUE JOHN PENDANT EGG, 5cm long, in a satin finished light wood square box with sliding lid and bone knob handle £200 - £300 Lot 136 A SCRATCH BUILT WOODEN HORSE AND CARRIAGE MODEL, the carriage in black and yellow livery, 38cm long, together with a Model Engineer Exhibition certificate for a Hanson cab with horse which was entered by Victor H. Washer in The general Craftmanship Section at the Model Engineer Exhibition 1956 £120 - £150

Lot 129 SEVEN ASSORTED WORLD WAR I WAR MEDALS, together with six assorted Victory medals with ribbons, six assorted World War II medals, comprising; two 19391945 Stars, Africa star with 1st Army clasp, the France and germany Star, War medal and Defence medal, a quantity of fur ther medals, to include; a uniface napoleon III medallion, safe driving transpor t medals and a masonic medal, also various commemorative base metal coinage of Tonga (a quantity) £180 - £220

Lot 137 A COLLECTION OF TWENTY THREE 1940/50’S SCRATCH BUILT WOODEN SIDE, ARM AND DINING CHAIRS, showing chairs through the ages (23) £150 - £180

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Lot 138 A COLLECTION OF 1940/50’S SCRATCH BUILT FURNITURE MODELS including bow-front chest of drawers, side tables, silver tables, pedestals, dining table and four chairs (23) £120 - £150

Lot 145 A GILT METAL CASED MAGICIANS COIN SET, the two hinged lids opening to reveal eight compartments containing sections of george V coinage, also Victorian and george IV coins £80 - £120

Lot 139 A COLLECTION OF 1940/50’S SCRATCH BUILT MODEL FURNITURE, military and historical figures etc., the lot to include four panelled settle, a chair back sofa, various stools, a Louis XVI style open armchair, a george III style desk chair, along with other items of scratch built furniture etc. (a lot) £120 - £150

Lot 146 A 19TH CENTURY STAINED OAK WALL HANGING TIMEPIECE, the 12 1/2 inch white enamel dial signed g. Matthew’s, Rhyl, within a ring of Roman numerals, overall diameter 42cm £120 - £150

Lot 147 AN IVORY SPHERICAL CARVING depicting the Adoration of Christ child, probably 19th century german, the figures picked out in gilt and enamels, the back carved in shell form, 6.5cm diameter (at fault), along with an ebonised wooden stand, an early 20th century tortoiseshell domed lid stamp box, an Indian gilt metal patch box and an Indian enamel decorated pill box (5) £100 - £200

Lot 140 A LATE 19TH CENTURY AESTHETIC TRIPTYCH DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, the three arched mirror plates within gilt metal frames, the reverses with embossed decoration depicting birds within foliage, 30cm high £80 - £120 Lot 141 A SMALL EMBOSSED COPPER PLAQUE designed by Karl Perl circa 1925 (Austrian) depicting the Pied Piper, the plaque on an ebony mount, 11cm wide, 8.75cm high £80 - £120

Lot 148 A 19TH CENTURY DARK STAINED WALL HANGING SINGLE FUSEÈ TIMEPIECE, the 11 1/2 inch white enamel dial indistinctly signed within a ring of Roman numerals, overall diameter 40cm £100 - £150

Lot 142 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH COPPER AND BRASS LOW TAZZA stamped orduy & Cie Depose to the base, the centre depicting a female figure and three children within trees, 25cm diameter £100 - £120

Lot 149 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GESSO AND PINE DAPPLE GREY SWING ROCKING HORSE, retailed my Merrygold Brothers, Preston, the horse with tan leather saddle and metal stirrups, part bridle, on a swing action base, twin turned supports and four out-swept flat supports, 97cm high, 104cm long £300 - £500

Lot 143 AN ENAMEL PICTORIAL ADVERTISING SIGN for Phillips’s Tea entitled ‘There’s no Tea Like Phillips’s Tea’ in a later pine frame, 97cm wide, 128cm high £600 - £800

Lot 150 A LATE 19TH CENTURY WORKED RHINO HORN WALKING CANE, fitted with a scroll decorated gilded white metal handle, 93.5cm long, approximately 350g, with AHVLA approval

Lot 144 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY FOLDING TORTOISESHELL CASE with white metal mounts opening to reveal two engraved commemorative plaques entitled ‘To His Excellency Reginald Edward Stubbs Esq., officer Administrating the government of Celon with the Dependencies Therof ’, engraved plaques relating to galle circa 1907-1912, the commemorative plaques commissioned in September 1913, 11cm wide, 1.5cm high, 8cm deep along with a commemorative cased medal for St Bartholomews Hospital oCToCEnTnARY 1923 and an ivory handled parasol (3) £100 - £200

nB: It is unlikely that a CITIES re-export certificate would be granted £1,200 - £1,800

Lot 151 AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY WALNUT CROSSBANDED LOWBOY, the rectangular top over a central shallow short drawer, flanked by two short deep drawers over shaped apron on cabriole front legs, 71cm wide, 70cm high, 49cm deep (at fault) Provenance: From The Edward V. Phillips Collection £400 - £600

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Lot 152 AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH OAK FOUR PANELLED CHEST, of ark from with domed hinged lid on sleigh runners inlaid with date 1713, 145cm wide, 79cm high, 64cm deep

Lot 159 AN 18TH CENTURY AND LATER WALNUT BLANKET CHEST ON STAND, the rectangular crossbanded lid on a low stand with single frieze long drawer on four front short cabriole legs, 125.5cm wide, 90cm high, 58.5cm deep Provenance: From The Edward V. Phillips Collection £800 - £1,200

Provenance: From The Edward V. Phillips Collection £300 - £400

Lot 160 no lot

Lot 153 A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE REVIVAL CHINA DISPLAY CABINETS on two drawer stands, with concave open shelf stretcher, each overall decorated with blind fret mouldings surrounding the twin rectangular single pane doors with top corner pierced fret decoration, 73.5cm wide, 134.5cm high, 35.5cm deep £400 - £600

Lot 161 TEK SING: THIRTY CHINESE WHITE-GLAZED PLAIN PORCELAIN TEA BOWLS with slightly flared but unglazed lip, 7cm diameter;and thirty blue and white circular porcelain small ‘’bon-bon’’ dishes, painted with fu Chinese calligraphy characters, or stylized plants decoration in the well, 8.5cm diameter, (60). £200 - £250

Lot 154 A 19TH CENTURY GILTWOOD AND GESSO LOUIS XV STYLE FIRE SCREEN, the panel worked in wool and short stitch depicting a parakeet within a serpentine cut-out mount raised on four out-swept scroll moulded short legs and brass castors, 68cm wide, 11cm high £100 - £200

Lot 162 TEK SING: FOUR CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SMALL RICE BOWLS with slightly flared lip, the exteriors painted with peonies and bamboo leaves by the rockwork, abstract lily-pads in the lake, the interior decorated with a stylized abstract in the well, two Chinese calligraphy characters to base; and four Chinese blue and white small saucer dishes with slightly flared lip, the well depicting bamboo trees, rock work and peonies, the underside with four stylized abstract decoration and a Chinese calligraphy character to base, diameter: 13cm and 15.5cm, (8). £150 - £200

Lot 155 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOXWOOD AND EBONY LINE STRUNG SATINWOOD BANDED WIND-OUT DINING TABLE the top with D ends and moulded edge, opening to accommodate the three additional leaves standing on four slender square tapering legs terminating in brass castors, 122cm long (closed), 238cm long (extended) 122cm wide, 72cm high £800 - £1,200 Lot 156 A SET OF SIX EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED DINING/SALON CHAIRS including two armchairs each with a straight top rail over a vase shaped pierced back splat above a recovered overstuffed seat on slender square tapering legs terminating in spade feet (2+4) £200 - £400

Lot 163 TEK SING: TWENTY THREE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN TEA BOWLS, painted with peony flowers and magnolia plants; and twenty four matching Chinese blue and white porcelain saucer dishes, painted with peonies and magnolia plants in the well, diameter:7cm and 15.5cm, (47). £250 - £300

Lot 157 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY OAK CABINET, the moulded cornice over two four panel doors the four panels probably early 18th century, Continental, carved in the Rococo style the doors fitted with H hinges, the doors opening to reveal vacant interior and replaced back on a shallow skirting plinth, 112.5cm wide, 153cm high, 37cm deep £700 - £900 Lot 158 A REGENCY MAHOGANY FOUR POSTER BED, the palm leaf carved spiral tapering end supports on spade feet united by plain side rails and square tapering oak head supports, the bed 4’ 6 inches wide with modern pine lath base to accommodate a 6 foot mattress, 136.5cm wide overall, 198.5cm long, 229cm high £1,200 - £1,500

ASIAN ART

Lot 164 TEK SING: FORTY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SMALL RICE BOWLS, the exterior decorated with a band of circles alternating with two-dots in horizontal position forming a continuous pattern within two lines under the lip, diameter: 11.5cm, (40). £250 - £300

Lot 165 TEK SING: FOUR CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN LARGE DINNER PLATES, depicting chrysanthemum medallions in the centre, surrounded by three pomegranate and peach branches, semi-circles and dots within a zig-zag outline decoration to the border, diameter: 19cm, (4). £80 - £120 12


Lot 166 TEK SING: THIRTY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SMALL RICE BOWLS, with slightly flared lip, the exterior painted with a mountain and river landscape scene, diameter: 14.5cm, (30). £200 - £300

Lot 173 A CHINESE CANTON FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN JAR AND COVER, 19th century, brightly enamelled with figures on terraces (a.f.). £60 - £80

Lot 168 TEK SING: TWELVE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN LARGE RICE BOWLS, with slightly flared lip, the exterior painted with magnolia plants and flowers by the rock work, mountains, islands and birds in the distance, the interior decorated with a stylized abstract in the well, two stylized Chinese characters to base, diameter: 16.5cm, (12). £150 - £200

Lot 175 A JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE HIRADO STYLE WATER PLANTS PORCELAIN SAUCER, 19th century, 22.5cm diameter. £30 - £50

Lot 174 A CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SAUCER, 18th century, decorated with birds amongst peony branches in the well, and three flower branches to the border, overglaze red bamboo trees in the well, and three lotus flowers to the border, 23cm diameter. £40 - £60

Lot 167 TEK SING: FIFTEEN CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SAUCER DISHES, the well freely painted with phoenix amongst waves, and four stylized abstract decoration to the border, diameter:17.5cm, (15). £150 - £200

Lot 176 A CHINESE IVORY FIGURE OF A HOTEI, realistically detailed, seated on a hard wood base with open robe, 10cm high. £100 - £150

Lot 169 TEK SING: TWENTY FOUR CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN LARGE RICE BOWLS, with slightly flared lip, painted with a jumping youth playing or a scholar at leisure by the lake side, plantain leaves and rock work by the fence, fish in the lake and bridges in the distance, dots or stylized abstract decoration in the well, two Chinese characters to base, diameter:16.5cm, (24). £300 - £400

Lot 177 A CHINESE ANHUA PORCELAIN JAR, with incised floral decoration, 10cm high. £30 - £50

Lot 178 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PAP BOAT, 19th century, the exterior painted with phoenix flying amongst clouds, 10cm long. £30 - £50

Lot 179 A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE EXPORT PORCELAIN PLATE, 18th century, painted with three flower sprays scattered around the well, within a formal border; and a European imari plate, 19th century, brightly decorated with flower sprays with rockwork in the well, fish, crab and prawn against a blue foliate ground, 23cm and 22cm diameter, (2). £40 - £60

Lot 170 A TURQUOISE STONE GROUP OF MOUNTAIN LIONS, 19th century, with rust coloured striations and black glass eyes, 10cm long, and a smaller variegated stone standing study of a lioness, 6cm long, and a Chinese canton enamel round box and cover, 19th century, the cover detailed with boys and a scholar (a.f) 7.5cm diameter (3) £60 - £80

Lot 180 A NEAR PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN CHARGERS, 19th/20th century, painted with peacocks amongst peony flower sprays, within florally decorated formal borders, 37cm diameter, (2). £60 - £80

Lot 171 CHINESE CANTON FAMILLE ROSE EXPORT PORCELAIN NUT DISH, of scalloped form, with a lotus shaped holder in the centre, brightly enamelled with flower sprays and figures at leisure with horses in countryside, all within leaf shaped panels, against a gilt foliate ground; and another Chinese Canton famille rose lion dog candle stick holder, painted with lotus decorated harness, (a.f.), 21cm diameter and 11cm long, (2). £100 - £150

Lot 181 A JAPANESE LOBED IMARI MON SHAPED CHARGER with foliate rim, late 19th century, decorated with flower sprays surrounding a floral cartouche, 34.5cm diameter. £50 - £80

Lot 172 A PAIR OF JAPANESE SATSUMA VASES, circa 1900, painted with a Japanese family in traditional costume in landscape, within a chrysanthemum floral border, and formal border, marked within a rectangular outline to base, 19cm high (a.f) (2). £40 - £60

Lot 182 A CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN OVAL SPOON TRAY with foliate rim, Qianlong (17361795), depicting figures in landscape,12cm long. £80 - £120

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Lot 183 A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE SQUARE SECTION PORCELAIN BALUSTER VASES, early 20th century, each decorated with seasonal scenes of workers in rice paddies and women near houses, the sides decorated with antique vases of flowers, everted rims, 24cm high (a.f) £60 - £80

Lot 190 FOUR CHINESE PORCELAIN VASES 19th/20th century to include a Canton baluster vase and cover decorated with figure scenes, birds and flowers 31cm high, a Canton vase decorated with sages in gardens 25cm high, a baluster vase with a panoramic of women and children 22.5cm and an ovoid vase decorated with a man and woman at a scholar’s table, pseudo blue enamel reign mark for Qianlong 14.5cm high (a.f) (4) £60 - £80

Lot 184 A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN INCENSE OR OPIUM PILLOWS, 20th century, each of rectangular pierced form with dragon and phoenix cartouches within a gilt red interlocking hexagon border, 15.5x12.5x6cm and a Chinese porcelain incense burner, 20th century, decorated with a red dragon and phoenix, 14x11x6cm. (a.f) (3) £60 - £80

Lot 191 A CHINESE SANCAI GLAZE POTTERY TOMB FIGURE OF A GROOM, Ming dynasty, the standing figure wearing a red hat, green robes tied at the waist on hexagonal base (restored) 45cm high, and a pair of sancai glazed horseshoe chairs of typical form, 25.5cm high (3) £250 - £350

Lot 185 A CHINESE CIZHOU STONEWARE PILLOW SONG DYNASTY AND LATER, of lobed peach shape, the top later decorated with a standing bear tied to a stake, within foliate borders and sides, 25cm wide, 24cm long, 8cm high. £150 - £250

Lot 192 A CHINESE SANCAI GLAZED POTTERY PILLOW, in Ming style, of concave sculpted form with cushion moulded edge, partially glazed in yellow green and brown tones 38cm wide, 15.5cm deep, 13cm high (a.f) £80 - £120

Lot 186 A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE WAISTED PORCELAIN RECTANGULAR PILLOW, 20th century, in Straits Chinese style, decorated with roundels and Shou characters; dragon dogs, peach bats within ruyi head formal borders, pseudo Qianlong seal mark, chipped. 34cm wide, 11cm deep, 7.5cm high £100 - £200

Lot 193 A CHINESE PARTIALLY CREAM GLAZED POTTERY PILLOW, Song dynasty, of waisted rectangular form, sgraffito decorated with a wavy line design, 33cm wide x 17cm deep x 12cm high (a.f) £100 - £200

Lot 194 A CHINESE INCENSE OR OPIUM STONEWARE PILLOW, Song dynasty, cream glazed with splashes of green, one side canted. 15cmx 13cm x 13cm. £100 - £120

Lot 187 A CHINESE BLANC DE CHINE PORCELAIN PILLOW, 20th century in the form of a boy lying on his front with head turned on moulded base, 25cm long, 10.5cm high £60 - £80

Lot 195 A PAIR OF CHINESE QINGBAI CONICAL BOWLS, each relief decorated to the interior with two phoenix amongst flowers and a phoenix and a dragon amongst clouds respectively, in a pale green celadon glaze, with an unglazed ochre rim and unglazed bases, one bowl repaired. 20cm diameter (2) £60 - £80

Lot 188 A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN INCENSE OR OPIUM PILLOWS, 19th century, each decorated with shishi playing with a tasseled ball within cherry blossom and cracked ice borders, geometric thunder scroll formal borders, signed, 13.5cm x 11.5cm x 6cm (2) £40 - £60

Lot 196 A SELECTION OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAINS, early 20th century, to include a mille fluer bowl, pseudo six character Qianlong mark, 14cm diameter, cracked, also a millefleurs black ground saucer with six character guangxu mark on base, 16cm diameter, a blue enamelled bowl, detailed with lotus pattern and traditional Chinese symbol for longevity, 10cm diameter, a puce enamel bowl, and a jar and cover decorated with a mother and child on three shallow bracket feet, and a Canton enamel tea kettle and associated cover, 11.5cm high, chipped (6) £60 - £80

Lot 189 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN INCENSE OR OPIUM PILLOW, 19th/early 20th century of rectangular form each side decorated with rows of calligraphy 15.5cm high, 12.5cm wide, 9cm deep £40 - £60

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Lot 197 A CHINESE FAMILLE JAUNES SAUCER DISH, guangxu mark, decorated with a shou character within iron red and floral borders spaced by four characters meaning fortune and longevity and a geometric thunder scroll band, six character red enamel guangxu mark, the underside with four red bats 24.5cm diameter. £80 - £120

Lot 205 A SMALL CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN VASE, depicting a woman and child under a tree, 12.5cm high. £30 - £50

Lot 206 A CHINESE CARVED IVORY NEEDLE CASE, Canton Qing Dynasty 19th century with screw top and intricately detailed with a sinuous dragon, white metal mounts (af), 16cm long £40 - £60

Lot 198 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN LOBED BOWL OF KANGXI DESIGN, busily decorated with flowers to the exterior, Buddhist symbol to base, 14.5cm diameter, and a Chinese blue and white porcelain bowl, Qing dynasty, the exterior decorated with the eight immortals on clouds holding their respective attributes, underglaze Qianlong seal mark, 14cm diameter (2) £100 - £150

Lot 207 A CHINESE LACQUERED BRONZE AND CLOISONNE TWO HANDLED BALUSTER VASE, Dutch market, 20th century, cast with a panoramic of ships within foliate and archaic borders, pseudo seal mark, 29cm high £60 - £80 Lot 208 A CHINESE DOUCAI PORCELAIN VASE, decorated with roundels of ‘gu’ shaped flower vases within scattered flowers and ruyi head and wave borders, underglaze blue Jiaqing seal mark. 12.5cm £100 - £150

Lot 199 A CHINESE SWATOW BOWL, 17th/ 18th century, decorated in iron red and green with aquatic plants, the exterior with a broad lotus scroll meander within formal borders. 18cm diameter, foot rim chip £60 - £80

Lot 209 A JAPANESE HIRADO BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SHI SHI, modelled on his hind legs with his front paws on a reticulated open ball, 16cm long, 10cm high £150 - £250

Lot 200 A CHINESE BATAVIAN WARE TEA BOWL AND SAUCER, 18th century, decorated in underglaze blue with flowers, the exterior cafe au lait, tea bowl 8cm diameter, saucer 13cm diameter, and two famille rose tea bowls decorated with figures (a.f) 8.5cm diameter, and a flared famille rose tea bowl, decorated with flowers, Daoguang reign mark, 10cm diameter (5) £60 - £80

Lot 210 A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE AND COPPER RED PORCELAIN BALUSTER VASE, late Qing dynasty, with panels of mythological beasts in mountainous landscapes within wave scroll borders applied cherry blossom handles, restored, 44cm high, £300 - £500

Lot 201 A CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN MOON FLASK,19/20th century in Kangxi style with dragon applied shoulders, depicting figures on terrace, within formal borders, 20cm high. £200 - £250

Lot 211 A JAPANESE CARVED WOOD NETSUKE OF A TIGER, Minko style Tzu School, early 19th century, restored, 3.5cm high, and a Chinese mutton fat jade small standing lion dog, 19th/20th century, 3cm high and two Chinese gilt metal knife coins in archaic style 18cm long (4) £80 - £120

Lot 202 A CHINESE CRACKLED AND GREEN GLAZED DOUBLE GOURD VASE, late Qing dynasty, with lion dog ring handles, on a hard wood stand, 28.5cm high. £150 - £200

Lot 212 A CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN CHARGER Qianlong (1736-95) decorated with chrysanthemum, peony and other flowers within foliate and gilded cell daiper borders the underside with two simple floral meanders, (a.f) 32cm diameter £70 - £100

Lot 203 A CHINESE CRACKLED AND GREEN GLAZED LOW BOWL, late Qing dynasty, 14cm high, 13cm diameter £100 - £150

Lot 204 A NEAR PAIR OF JAPANESE FUKAGAWA IMARI OVOID VASES, 19th century, florally decorated all over with two panels within formal borders, mark to base, 16cm high, (2). £30 - £50

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Lot 213 A CHINESE CANTON CARVED IVORY WRIST REST, Qing Dynasty, carved with scholars on horse back beneath a pine tree, the concave side carved in relief with fishermen in their boats in an island harbour with pine tree and hills beyond, within defined scroll borders, 25cm long, 6cm wide. £800 - £1,200

Lot 221 A CHINESE JADE PENDANT, carved with a liondog with lingzhi standing on a rectangular plinth, 4.5cm long £50 - £80 Lot 222 A CHINESE LACQUERED RECTANGULAR BOX WITH METAL FITTING, depicting figures in a landscape with formal borders, 38cm long, 20cm wide, 7cm high £80 - £120

Lot 214 A JAPANESE CARVED SECTIONAL IVORY GROUP OF A PEASANT, Meiji period (1868-1912) the standing figure in traditional dress, a bag slung from his belt, stencilled details, incomplete, 16.5cm high, also a Japanese Hirado style blue and white porcelain shishi and reticulated ball, 12cm long, 8cm high (2) £60 - £80

Lot 223 A CHINESE CANTON EXPORT OSTRICH FEATHER FAN with carved ivory handle, 19th century, painted with two seated ladies and flowers, 33cm long; and another Chinese Canton export fan, 19th century, brightly painted with figures at terrace and birds with flowers, 39cm wide, and another Chinese fan with bamboo, 20th century, painted with bird and insects amongst flowers, 66cm wide; and a Chinese ivory paper knife, with florally carved handle, 19cm long (4) £100 - £200

Lot 215 A CHINESE WHITE METAL FILIGREE AND CHAMPLEVE OCTAGONAL BOX, circa 1900, enamel loss, 4cm wide, also an amber coloured box and cover (2) £50 - £70

Lot 216 A PAIR OF JAPANESE CLOISONNE COBALT GROUND VASES, circa 1900, of tall tapering form, decorated with flowers and attendant butterflies, iron red bird factory mark on base, 31cm high (2) £200 - £300

Lot 224 FIVE PIECES OF CHINESE EMBROIDERED FABRIC PANELS, 19th century, embroidered with flowers and butterflies in blue and beige on a cream or sage green fabric, within black outlines, 94cm long x 97cm wide; 78cm long x 92cm wide, 39cm long x 32cm wide (a.f) (5) £80 - £120

Lot 217 A CHINESE CARVED SOAPSTONE GROUP OF THE THREE GODS OF GOOD FORTUNE; Fu, Lu, and Shou, early 20th century, each carved holding their traditional attribute on a pierced oval plinth, 17cm high, 18cm wide (a.f) £60 - £80

Lot 225 A SMALL JAPANESE CLOISONNE MEIPING VASE, brightly enamelled with various flower sprays in foliate panels to the body, within formal borders, 9.5cm high £20 - £40

Lot 218 TWO CHINESE EMBROIDERED SILK PANELS, late Qing dynasty, each detailed with a four clawed scaly dragon chasing a flaming pearl, 72cm x 52cm, approx (2) £60 - £80

Lot 226 A GROUP OF INDIAN BIDRIWARE, foliate inlaid decoration within formal borders, to include two tea caddies and covers, of cylindrical form, 6cm and 13.5cm high, 8.5cm and 12.5cm diameter; and a cup, missing lid, 13cm high (3) £100 - £150

Lot 219 KINZAN; A JAPANESE SATSUMA MINIATURE TEA KETTLE AND COVER, Meiji period (1868-1912) finely detailed with panels of men, women and children within diaper and floral borders, 5cm high, on a complementary hardwood stand £250 - £350

Lot 227 A BURMESE SHAN STYLE BRONZE OF BUDDHA SAKYAMUNI IN VAJRASANA, 21cm high (a.f) £300 - £500

Lot 220 A JAPANESE LACQUER ROUND BOX AND COVER, Meiji period (1868-1912), with an all over Takamakie design of chrysanthemums and other flowers, nashiji interior, 7.5cm diameter £150 - £250

Lot 228 A BURMESE BRONZE BUDDHA IN VAJRASANA, Mandalay style, 16.5cm high. £80 - £120 Lot 229 A PERSIAN ISLAMIC SILVER ON BRASS TRAY, ornately decorated, 30cm diameter £100 - £150

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EUROPEAN CERAMICS

Lot 238 AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN PINK-GROUND PART TEA SERVICE, mid 19th century, decorated with various painted landscapes vignettes, some with figures, within gilt lined reserves, cups with elaborate double loop handles, comprising two teacups, one coffee cup, a cream jug, two saucers, 14cm diameter and two plates, 20cm high, unmarked (7) £70 - £100

Lot 230 A CHELSEA-STYLE PLATE, possibly Samson, late 19th/early 20th century, painted with ladybirds and other winged insects nestling amongst colourful green leaves and flowers, wavy brown lined rim, unmarked, 22cm diameter Provenance: Ex n.M Redmayne Collection

£50 - £70

Lot 239 A PORCELAIN PLAQUE hand painted by the Royal Worcester artist M.Powell, with pheasant amongst woodland, in a giltwood frame, signed and dated ‘94, 23cm x 20cm £80 - £120

Lot 231 A VICTORIAN MAJOLICA QUAILS EGG HOLDER, possibly Brownfield, circa 1875, turquoise, fawn and cream glazed body with six individual divisions, with central knopped handle, 21cm long, unmarked £60 - £80

COLLECTABLE CERAMICS AND GLASS

Lot 232 A MASON’S IRONSTONE JUG, decorated in the typical ‘Japan’ basket of flowers pattern, with lion and snake handle, 25cm high (restored spout) £50 - £70

Lot 240 A ROYAL WORCESTER CANDLE SNUFFER, date code for 1920, modelled in a caricature of Jenny Lind, the Swedish nightingale, wearing a pink dress with head raised and the beak in song, holding a music sheet in both hands, black printed factory mark, 11cm high £80 - £120

Lot 233 A DOULTON LAMBETH FAIENCE VASE BY MARY CAPES, circa 1876-1883, painted with yellow and green flora on a blue ground, printed and impressed factory marks, painted artist’s initials and number ‘589’, on associated brass base, 29cm high £200 - £300

Lot 241 AN ART DECO SHELLEY ‘DELPHINIUM’ PATTERN TEA SERVICE, decorated with blue delphiniums, pink hollyhocks, green leaves, grey foliage and yellow sky against a white ground, with blue lined rims, comprising six Queen Anne shaped cups, six saucers, 13cm diameter, six sandwich plates, 16cm diameter, cake plate, 22.5cm diameter, cream jug, sugar dish, and twin handled spoon tray, 13.5cm diameter, pattern marked g.2169/n, green Shelley backstamp (22)

Lot 234 EIGHT FRENCH PORCELAIN LOBED DESSERT PLATES, late 19th century, the powder blue edges decorated with various birds, the centre with a simple spray of flowers and a butterfly, between gilt lined rims, unmarked, 22cm diameter (8) £60 - £80

Lot 235 A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FOUR BRANCH CANDELABRA, late 19th century, the five sconces supported upon a flowering trunk, with a lady seated beside a putto gathering water from a fountain, unmarked, 48.5cm high (2) £100 - £150

This pattern was registered into the Shelley pattern during or after 1931. £150 - £250 Lot 242 JENNIE HALE, A RAKU FIRED STONEWARE FIGURE OF A ROOSTER, with multicoloured plumage, on a circular base, incised signature, 50cm high £80 - £120

Lot 236 A PAIR OF MINTON ‘CLOISONNE’ VASES, late 19th century, attributed to Christopher Dresser, glazed earthenware turquoise body with stylised reeded decoration, highlighted with gilt, on tripod lion claw and ball feet, unmarked, 11cm high (2) £400 - £600

Lot 243 JENNIE HALE, A RAKU FIRED STONEWARE MODEL OF A LYING FOX, incised signature, 61.5cm long £150 - £250

Lot 244 JENNIE HALE, A RAKU FIRED STONEWARE MODEL OF A SEATED FOX, incised signature, 75cm high £150 - £250

Lot 237 A DUTCH DELFT FLOWER HOLDER, 19th century, possibly incomplete, typically decorated in underglaze blue with floral motifs and ships, unmarked, 7cm x 8cm (chipped) £40 - £60

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Lot 245 LORNA BAILEY, OLD ELLGREAVE POTTERY, AN OVERSIZED CRUET, modelled as an Art Deco lady in yellow dress and headband against a conical shaped body, limited edition 289/350, signed, numbered, printed mark, 24cm high £40 - £60

Lot 251 LORNA BAILEY, OLD ELLGREAVE POTTERY, A ‘BEACH’ PATTERN MINIATURE TEA SERVICE comprising teapot, two cups and saucers, sugar box and cover, on rectangular stand, together with a Beach pedestal circular comport, 6cm high, a flattened ovoid vase with Art Deco style lady in relief, 13cm high, and a First Limited Edition of the Lorna Bailey Collectors Club, Mill House single handled jug, 14.5cm high (10) £100 - £150

Lot 246 LORNA BAILEY, OLD ELLGREAVE POTTERY, TWO SQUAT BELLIED JUGS; the first in the ‘Pagoda garden’ design, discontinued June 1999, the second in ‘Marshland Cottage’, both titled, signed, with printed factory marks and 13cm high (2) £50 - £70

Lot 252 LORNA BAILEY, OLD ELLGREAVE POTTERY; SIX SIFTERS, comprising a circular rocket shaped example, limited edition 55/250, 15.5cm high, a further rocket shaped example on four feet, limited edition 101/350, 13cm high, a tapered conical example inset with a bee and modelled as a hive, numbered 203/250, 14cm high, an example modelled as a Helter Skelter, numbered 141/250, 15cm high, a conical sifter modelled in relief with a colourful frog, numbered 58/250, 14.5cm high and one final conical sifter, 14.5cm high, signatures and printed factory marks (6) £50 - £70

Lot 247 LORNA BAILEY, OLD ELLGREAVE POTTERY, TWO JARS AND COVERS decorated with stylised zig zags, a cream jug of the same design, a flattened wall pocket vase, and a limited edition ‘Rose’ vase, together with two pairs of candlesticks; the first pair with spiral twist bodies in the ‘Chetwynd’ pattern, 16cm high, the second pair with chunky banded bodies and Art Deco stylised landscape design, 18cm high, each signed and printed factory marks (9) £120 - £180

Lot 253 LORNA BAILEY, OLD ELLGREAVE POTTERY; EIGHT CONICAL SIFTERS, one inset with a spider amongst a web, numbered 70/250, three stylised colourful double handled examples, three examples decorated with raised buttons to both sides, and one further plain example, signatures and printed factory marks, 15cm high (8) £60 - £80

Lot 248 LORNA BAILEY, OLD ELLGREAVE POTTERY; FIVE JUGS, comprising ‘Dimsdale Hall’ with double loop handle, 19cm high, ‘Hollset Path’ with twin handle, 24cm high, ‘Babylon’, limited edition 81/150, 23cm high, a large conical example with crimped handle and wedge spout, limited edition 14/250, 31cm high, and a further low-bellied tapered jug with angular sectioned handle, limited edition 14/150 22cm high, factory marks and limited edition numbers (5) £120 - £180

Lot 254 SIX ROYAL DOULTON, WALT DISNEY ‘THE MICKEY MOUSE COLLECTION’ FIGURES, the full set, comprising; Pluto, 12.5cm high, goofy, 14cm high, Donald, 12.5cm high, Daisy, 15.5cm high, Mickey, 13cm high and Minnie, 14cm high, gold printed factory marks, boxed (6) £60 - £80

Lot 249 LORNA BAILEY, OLD ELLGREAVE POTTERY, A ‘KALEIDOSCOPE’ CHARGER, 36cm diameter, limited edition 84/100, together with two rocket shaped vases, the first in the ‘oakland’ pattern, 25cm high, the second in the ‘Dimsdale Hall’ pattern, 19.2cm high, signed, titled, and printed factory marks (3) £100 - £150

Lot 255 A SET OF FIVE COALPORT ‘MILLENIUM BALL’ PORCELAIN FIGURES, ‘Time’, ‘Rain’, ‘Sun’, ‘Four Seasons’ and ‘Moon’, from limited editions of 2500 and each in their original boxes (5) £250 - £450

Lot 250 LORNA BAILEY, OLD ELLGREAVE POTTERY, TWO CIRCULAR WEDGE SHAPED ‘PAGODA GARDEN’ DESIGN VASES, 18.5cm high, a semi-circle vase also of the same design, 20cm high, a circular jar and cover with wavy abstract lines and circular wedge knop, 20cm high, and a circular teapot and cover in the ‘Inklewood design’, 19.5cm high, printed factory marks and signature (5) £100 - £150

Lot 256 A KEVIN FRANCIS CERAMICS FIGURE OF CHARLOTTE RHEAD, produced by Peggy Davies and modelled by Andy Moss, limited edition 682/950, printed factory mark, in original box and with certificate, 22cm high £40 - £60

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Lot 257 THREE KEVIN FRANCIS CERAMICS ‘RITZY GIRL SERIES’ FIGURES, ‘Bloomsbury Bo’, 25cm high, ‘The Ritzy Duet’ double figure, 28cm high, and ‘Hullabalu-Lu’, 26cm high, each limited to an edition of 750, boxed and with certificates, printed factory marks (3) £200 - £250

Lot 265 A MOORCROFT ‘POMEGRANATE’ PATTERN VASE, circa 1925, globular body with a slender neck, on a blue ground, impressed factory marks and ‘M154’, signed, 17cm high £60 - £80

Lot 259 A KEVIN FRANCIS CERAMICS ‘MARILYN MONROE’ FIGURE, produced by Peggy Davies and sculpted by Andy Moss, limited edition 144 of 2000, and also one of only 500 pieces produced with a purple basque colour, boxed and with cer tificate, printed factory mark, 27cm high £50 - £70

Lot 267 A BESWICK CONNOISSUER MODEL OF A ‘HEREFORD BULL’, with titled plaque, on a wooden oval plinth, 20cm high £40 - £60

Lot 266 A BESWICK HUNTERS PACK, comprising a huntsman on a brown gloss horse, a huntswoman on a brown gloss horse, four thick legged hounds, four thin legged hounds, and a fox, printed factory marks (a/f) (11) £200 - £300

Lot 258 A KEVIN FRANCIS CERAMICS FIGURE, ‘Pan’, produced by Peggy Francis and modelled by Andy Moss, limited edition 33 from 500, boxed, 24.5cm high £40 - £60

Lot 268 A BESWICK CONNOISSUER MODEL OF ‘GRUNDY’, 2558, racehorse of the year 1975, chestnut matt body, titled with lengthy inscription and on oval wooden plinth, 28.5cm high £50 - £70

Lot 260 TWO JOHN BESWICK CERAMIC TABLEAUX MODELS OF ‘MITTENS, TOM KITTEN AND MOPPET’, P3792 printed factory marks, both boxed and with wooden bases, one with certificate (2) £50 - £70

Lot 269 A BESWICK CONNOISSUER MODEL OF ‘THE MINSTREL’, designed by graham Tongue, matt chestnut body, titled plaque with lengthy inscription and on an oval wooden base, 33.5cm high £50 - £70

Lot 261 FIVE ROYAL DOULTON FIGURES AND GROUPS; Mrs Apple, model D.BH.3 from the Brambly Hedge gift Collection, 10.5cm high, boxed, two Winnie the Pooh tableauxs; ‘I’ve Found Somebody Like Me’, model WP22, limited edition 3956, ‘Summers Day Picnic’, and two 101 Dalmations groups; ‘Pups In the Armchair’, model DM11, printed factory marks, each boxed and one with certificate (5) £100 - £150

Lot 270 A BESWICK CONNOISSUER MODEL OF ‘ARKLE’, 2065, designed by Arthur gredington, matt bay body, with titled card and on an oval wooden base 30cm high £50 - £70

Lot 271 A BESWICK CONNOISSUER MODEL OF A ‘FRIESIAN BULL’, A2580, designed by graham Tongue, black and white satin matt body, on an oval wooden base with titled plaque, 19.1cm high £50 - £70

Lot 262 A RARE BESWICK WALT DISNEY FIGURE, ‘THUMPER’, model 1291, gold backstamp, 11.5cm high £60 - £80

Lot 272 A BESWICK CONNOISSUER MODEL ‘CHAROLAIS BULL’, A2463A, designed by Alan Maslankowski, cream satin matt body, titled plaque on an oval wooden base, 14cm high, together with an Alfretto Porcelain model of a ‘Charolais Bull’, signed J Byron, 16.5cm high (2) £60 - £80

Lot 263 A CARLTON WARE LUSTRE POTTERY DOVE COTE PART COFFEE SERVICE, circa 1970s, eight cups, seven saucers, coffee pot and cover and sugar basin and cover, predominantly pink ground decorated with doves, printed factory marks (17) £60 - £80

Lot 273 A BESWICK CONNOISSUER MODEL OF ‘MILL REEF’, 2422, designed by Albert Hallam, matt brown body, titled plaque with lengthy inscription, on an oval wooden base, 22.9cm high £50 - £70

Lot 264 AN AUDREY BLACKMAN (BRITISH, 1907-1999) ROLLED CLAY FIGURAL GROUP, ‘The Anatolian Shepherd’, modelled as a shepherd with crook standing beside a sheep, dated 1962, signed and dated, 22cm high £50 - £70

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Lot 274 A BESWICK CONNOISSUER MODEL OF ‘TROY’, 2674, designed by graham Tongue, titled plaque with lengthy inscription on an oval wooden base, 30cm high £50 - £70

Lot 283 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT ‘CLUNY’ VASE, by gillian Leese, date code 1993, typically tubelined with stylistic trees running all round the body, colours running from greens to peach, factory and artist’s marks, 27.5cm high, in original box £200 - £400

Lot 275 A BESWICK CONNOISSUER HORSE, ‘Burham Beauty’, 2309, 28cm high, a Beswick piebald pony, matt body, 16.5cm high and a Beswick brown shire horse, gloss body, 27.5cm high (3) £50 - £70

Lot 284 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY VASE, year cypher 1994, possibly Janet Kirkland, the large squat bulbous body with pink magnolias on a cream ground, amongst light green leaves, factory and artist’s marks, 21.5cm high, in original box £200 - £400

Lot 276 A BESWICK LARGE ‘ACTION’ SHIRE HORSE, model 2578, designed by Alan Maslankowski, matt brown body, printed factory mark, 21cm high £60 - £80

Lot 285 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY JAR AND COVER, date cypher for 1993, by Mandy Dobson, tubelined with pink magnolia on a cream ground, factory and artist marks, 19cm high, in original box £100 - £150

Lot 277 AN ITALIAN WHITE CERAMIC SCULPTURE, mid20th century, modelled as a mermaid seated upon a rock holding a fish between both hands, with mollusc type head, indistinctly signed, 62cm high £80 - £120

Lot 286 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY PLATE BY GWYNETH HIBBITT, date cypher for 1993, tubelined with trees set against an orange sunset, on a green ground, factory and artist marks, 26cm diameter, with original box and with plate stand £60 - £80

Lot 278 A CLARICE CLIFF ‘ISIS’ JUG, in the ‘Rhodanthe’ pattern, black printed Wilkinson factory mark, 29.5cm high £200 - £300 Lot 279 A WADE ART DECO CELLULOSE FIGURE, ‘ARGENTINA’, with hand painted decoration, printed factory mark and title, 25.5cm high £50 - £70

Lot 287 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT ‘ANEMONE’ BOWL, date cypher for 1991, by Jackie Moores, tubelined with flowers on the dark blue ground, factory and artist marks, 16cm diameter, with original box £100 - £150

Lot 281 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT ‘RAINFOREST’ PATTERN PLATE, dated 1993, decorated with a central peach and yellow flowering bud on a predominantly green ground, impressed factory and painted monogram mark, 26cm diameter, in original box and with plate stand £60 - £80

Lot 289 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY ‘CLUNY’ PATTERN VASE BY KAREN GIBSON, date cypher for 1993, tapered cylindrical body tubelined with trees and foliage, impressed and painted factory and artist marks, 20cm high, complete with original box £100 - £150

Lot 280 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT PLATE, dated 1993, decorated with pink and dark purple flowers, amongst green leaves, on a dark blue ground, impressed factory and painted monogram marks, 26cm diameter, in original box and with plate stand £60 - £80

Lot 288 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY ‘CLUNY’ PATTERN PIN DISH, date cypher for 1993, 12cm diameter, complete with original box, together with a ‘Cluny’ pattern small ginger jar and cover, each tubelined with trees and foliage, factory marks, 11cm high (2) £80 - £120

Lot 282 TWO WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT SMALL GLOBULAR FLARING NECKED VASES, 11cm high and a circular pindish, 12cm diameter, each decorated with magnolia on a cream ground, vases signed J.Moorcroft and dated 7.10.89 (3) £80 - £120

Lot 290 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCOFT POTTERY ‘VIOLET’ PATTERN PLATE, BY HAYLEY SMITH, on a dark blue ground, impressed and painted factory and artist marks, 26cm diameter, in original box and with plate stand £60 - £80

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Lot 291 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY ‘PANSY’ PATTERN VASE, date cypher for 1994, on a purple ground, painted and impressed factory and artist’s marks, 19.5cm high, complete with original box £200 - £300

Lot 299 A BESWICK FOAL, brown gloss body small, stretched and facing right, 8cm high, one further Beswick slightly larger foal, 13cm high, a Beswick seated ginger persian kitten, 10cm high, printed factory marks, an unmarked Denby-type rabbit, 9cm and an unmarked fox terrier, 16.5cm high (5) £40 - £60

Lot 292 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY PLATE, date cypher for 1993, decorated with predominantly orange flowers on a dark red ground, impressed and painted factory and artist marks, 26cm diameter, in original box and with plate stand £60 - £80

Lot 300 A JACOBITE WINE GLASS, the round funnel bowl engraved with a six petalled rose, with an open and closed bud, an oak leaf, and the motto ‘FIAT’, set on a multiple spiral air twist stem, terminating in a conical foot, the foot scratch engraved on the underside with the numeral 4, 15.5cm high

Lot 293 A SMALL WALTER JOHN MOORCROFT ‘CLUNY’ PATTERN VASE, date cypher for 1993, tubelined with trees, impressed and painted artist’s marks, 11cm high, complete with original box £40 - £60

Provenance: From The Edward V. Phillips Collection £200 - £300

Lot 294 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY ‘CLUNY’ PATTERN VASE BY GILLIAN LEESE, date cypher for 1993, printed and impressed factory marks, 13cm high, complete with original box £60 - £80

Lot 301 A CIDER GLASS, circa 1750, the waisted bucket bowl engraved with a stylised horizontal spray of foliage with a cluster of seven apples on the front and a small spray with a single on the reverse set on a multiple spiral air twist stem terminating in a conical foot, 19cm high

Lot 296 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY ‘CLUNY’ PATTERN PLATE, tubelined by Alice Woodhead and painted by Hayley Smith, date cypher for 1993, impressed and painted artist and factory marks, 26cm diameter, complete with original box and plate stand £60 - £80

Lot 302 A COLLECTION OF LATE VICTORIAN CRANBERRY GLASS; comprising a fluted basket with rope twist handle, 20cm high, an engraved decanter and stopper with faceted clear handle and star cut base, 24cm high, a finger bowl, 12cm diameter, a circular decanter with faceted stopper, 19.5cm high, a twin handled vase with fluted upper rim 11cm high, a miniature trinket dish on clear spreading pedestal foot, 4.5cm high and a large glass pipe with white rim, 49cm long (8) £100 - £150

Lot 295 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT ‘CLUNY’ PATTERN GINGER JAR AND COVER, printed factory marks, 16cm high £100 - £150

Provenance: From The Edward V. Phillips Collection £200 - £300

Lot 297 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY ‘FINCHES’ PATTERN PLATE BY GWYNETH HIBBITT, date cypher for 1991, tubelined with finches and fruit on a green ground, impressed and painted factory and artist’s marks, 26cm diameter, complete with original box and plate stand £60 - £80

Lot 303 AN INTRICATELY GILDED BOHEMIAN CRANBERRY GLASS VASE, circa 1880, with enamel cased panels hand painted with various flowers, 30cm high, a further enamel cased and gilded vase with floral decoration, 14cm high, and a pair of decorative Victorian cranberry glass vases, with folded rims and white threaded decoration throughout the upper rim, 18cm high (4) £60 - £80

Lot 298 A WILLIAM JOHN MOORCROFT POTTERY ‘ANEMONE’ PATTERN PLATE BY HAYLEY SMITH, date cypher for 1991, on a cobalt ground, impressed and painted factory and artist marks, 26cm diameter, complete with original box and plate stand £60 - £80

Lot 304 A FENTON CRANBERRY HOBNAIL VASE, late 19th century, 26cm high, a cranberry tapered vase, engraved with a vine of fern leaves, 26.5cm high, and a slightly lobed cranberry vase, on clear circular foot, 30cm high (3) £60 - £80

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Lot 305 A MODERN LALIQUE GLASS DISH, moulded in relief with flowers around the rim, stencil Lalique France mark, 30cm diameter (chipped) £100 - £150

Lot 316 A TAXIDERMY STUDY OF A SNOWY OWL (NYCTEA SCANDIACA) mounted in a rectangular glass table top display case, with closed wings and mounted on a naturalistic snow and rock base (with Certificate no 258984/01 issued by DEFRA 9 December 2003) 83cm x 43cm x 41cm £1,000 - £2,000

Lots 306 - 307 no lot

TAXIDERMY AND TEXTILES

Lot 317 A TAXIDERMY STUDY OF A PIGEON mounted on a black bowler hat raised on turned wood circular plinth, entitled ‘It’s a Walk in the Park’, 58cm high £700 - £900

Lot 308 A TAXIDERMY STUDY OF A MOUNTED FOX, mounted on an oval naturalistic mount and on rectangular mahogany base, 70cm high x 76cm wide £80 - £120

Lot 318 A TAXIDERMY STUDY OF A WHITE MINIATURE POODLE with standard Scandinavian clip, entitled ‘Mimi’ £550 - £650

Lot 309 A LEOPARD SKIN WITH TAXIDERMY HEAD MOUNT, pre 1947, the rug backed in cotton canvas fabric and edged in black scalloped felt, 250cm long £650 - £750

Lot 319 AN EMBROIDERED AND APPLIQUED RED WOOL PANEL depicting figures and animals, with scrolling leaf panels and borders, 344cm x 144cm £80 - £120

Lot 310 A ZEBRA SKIN WITH FULL MANE, pre 1947, ears and tail, length overall approx. 300cm, width at widest point 185cm £300 - £400

Lot 320 A LADIES BEAVER LAMB COAT, lined in brown silk satin, with deep shawl collar and with hook fastenings and side pockets, 104cm long, chest 108cm £50 - £100

Lot 311 A TIGER SKIN, pre 1947, backed in cotton canvas with printed marks ‘Vaningen & Vaningen Mysore’ and with paper label, the skin edged in black scalloped felt, 230cm long £400 - £600

Lot 321 A BLACK CONEY FUR FULL LENGTH LADY’S COAT, circa 1970, with clip fastenings, two pockets and with black and cream patterned fabric lining, UK 12 £40 - £60

Lot 312 A BENGAL TIGER SKIN, pre 1947, backed in cotton canvas and edged in red felt with scalloped edge, 300cm long £600 - £800

Lot 322 A MARY QUANT LINEN THREE QUARTER LENGTH COAT, 1960s, the white linen with black cotton running stitch detail and with decorative belt , four white concealed buttons and holes and with stud fastening to neck, with off-white lining and original Mary Quant label, approx..UK 8 £40 - £60

Lot 313 A TAXIDERMY STUDY OF A FULL MOUNT AFRICAN SERVAL, pre 1947, raised on naturalistic base, 107cm high £500 - £600

Lot 323 A COLLECTION OF TWELVE 1970’S DRESSES to include Susie g, Frank Usher, John Charles and J Mandell (12) £50 - £100

Lot 314 A TABLE LAMP BASE/CANDELABRA, first half 20th Century, sculpted from the horns of the Indian Black Buck Antilope, mounted with brass fittings, 59cm high £100 - £150

Lot 324 A 1920S ‘FLAPPER’ DRESS, unlabelled, the black and lime green chiffon decorated with coloured and metallic sequins (af) £50 - £80

Lot 315 A VICTORIAN TAXIDERMY STUDY OF SEVEN TROPICAL BIRDS cased in oval Victorian glass Dome, the birds mounted in naturalistic woodland setting, 48cm high £500 - £800

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Lot 325 A BLACK PONY SKIN CAPELET with collar and hook fastening, lined in beige coloured embroidered silk, and a light brown fox fur capelet with stud fastening lined in grey silk chiffon (2) £50 - £80

Lot 333 A COLLECTION OF FOUR 1930S WEDDING DRESSES to include a 1933 oyster silk satin wedding dress with long train, tasseled sash and shoes and three additional cream silk satin wedding dresses (two) with bead encrusted decoration and one with good luck horseshoe £80 - £120

Lot 326 A BROWN FOX FUR CAPELET with hook fastening and lined in black fabric and a brown fox fur stole with head and tails (2) £100 - £150

Lot 334 A COLLECTION OF FIVE 1930S WEDDING DRESSES to include a turquoise velvet dress with fur edged capelet and brown felt hat, two cream silk satin wedding dresses, a cream lace wedding dress with veil and a blue silk satin dress £80 - £120

Lot 327 A CHINESE EMBROIDERED JACKET, the green ground decorated in coloured predominantly red and gold silk tassel design, lined in cream wool and with nehru collar and yellow metal ball fastenings (af) £40 - £60

Lot 335 A COLLECTION OF FIVE 1940S WEDDING DRESSES to include a cream satin brocade American dress dated 1948, additional dresses include one with veil and one with headdress £80 - £120

Lot 328 A BROWN CROCODILE SKIN HAND BAG, circa 1950, labelled ‘The Martin, Made in England’, with single tote handle and with yellow metal hardware, the interior leather lined and with vanity mirror, a pair of brown crocodile skin ‘Dolcis Deluxe’ made in Hollywood ladies peep toe court shoes, and a brown crocodile skin coin purse (3) £50 - £80

Lot 336 A COLLECTION OF FIVE 1940S WEDDING DRESSES to include a 1948 Silk Satin dress, white velvet dress, circa 1944 dress with veil and two additional dresses £80 - £120

Lot 329 A PAIR OF LADY’S LIGHT BROWN CONEY FUR GAUNTLET GLOVES with brown leather pads, two additional pairs of fur and leather gauntlet gloves, and a quantity of unworn ladies leather and suede day gloves and evening gloves (quantity) £40 - £60

Lot 337 A COLLECTION OF FOUR 1940S WEDDING DRESSES to include a rare wartime non-utility dress circa 1940-45, a 1947 dress purchased using 12 coupons issued post war, a dress with the wartime utility mark, and a dress circa 1948 £150 - £250

Lot 330 A COLLECTION OF FOUR WEDDING DRESSES, early 1900 to late 1920’s, to include a silk chiffon embroidered dress with bead decoration and short train, and three additional dresses together with two fine veils and two head dresses £150 - £250

Lot 338 A COLLECTION OF FIVE 1950S WEDDING DRESSES to include four lace examples and an early satin brocade example with delightful feathered lace bodice and matching bolero jacket, two with veils £80 - £120

Lot 331 A COLLECTION OF FIVE 1930S WEDDING DRESSES to include an apricot satin dress with long train, headdress and veil and with stylized bakelite leaf motif belt and with circular clear rings to neckline, three additional cream satin dresses (one with veil and headdress) and a pink ‘Snow White’ style wedding dress together with a veil and headdress with pearlised shell motifs £150 - £250

Lot 339 A COLLECTION OF FIVE 1950S WEDDING DRESSES to include four lace examples and an early 1950s satin brocade example labelled Lee Dellman, four with veils and headdress £80 - £120

Lot 340 A COLLECTION OF FIVE 1950S WEDDING DRESSES to include a calf length floral ‘Alice Edwards goes places’ dress with matching gloves, an apricot silk satin dress with back bow detail, veil and headdress, a white dress with daisy floral headdress and veil and two additional dresses, one with veil £80 - £120

Lot 332 A COLLECTION OF FOUR SILK SATIN 1930S WEDDING DRESSES to include a calf length belted dress with long sleeves, a cream ankle length silk satin dress with peter-pan collar and two others, one with headdress and cuff and one to include veil £80 - £120

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Lot 341 A COLLECTION OF FOUR 1960S WEDDING DRESSES to include a 1965 example with full skirt supported by layers of tulle and net and matching veil, and three additional dresses £80 - £100

Lot 350 A MINK JACKET, 1950s, the classic design with two hook fastenings, side welt pockets and lined in brown satin, chest 80cm, length 60cm £80 - £120

Lot 351 A MINK STOLE, 1950s, with deep collar and two welt pockets and a squirrel fur stole (2) £30 - £50

Lot 342 A COLLECTION OF FOUR 1970S WEDDING DRESSES to include a white cotton sateen dress with train, a dark cream polyester dress with matching veil circa 1978 and two additional dresses together with a dress circa 1980 £80 - £100

Lot 352 A SQUIRREL JACKET, lined in brown silk sateen, with collar and with hook fastenings, side pockets, 74cm long, 82cm chest £30 - £50

Lot 343 THEE ITEMS OF VINTAGE LUGGAGE to include ‘Revelation’ suitcase, a brown leather suitcase and a vanity case (3) £40 - £60

Lot 353 A SILVER GREY MINK JACKET, 1950s, labelled Elis Barker, Chester, lined in grey satin, two pockets and three hook fastenings, (staining and damage to lining) chest 112cm, length 80cm £150 - £250

Lot 344 A LADIES ASTRAKA COAT, labeled Astraka of London and Philpots St. Leonards, Sevenoaks, lined in silk with six button fastening, side pockets, 109cm long, chest 90cm £30 - £50

Lot 354 A JANICE WAINWRIGHT BLACK GOWN, 1970s, labelled, UK 16, the deep v neckline with buttoned detailed fastenings and with heavily encrusted pinks and silver decoration to the bodice and wide sleeves £30 - £50

Lot 345 A DARK BROWN MINK JACKET, labeled, The Fur Salon, Kendals, lined in black and gold coloured thread brocade fabric, cross over front lapel fastening with large circular single fur covered button, three quarter length sleeves and a blonde otter fur jacket, labeled Ellis Barker Furs, Chester , two button fastening, front pockets and side splits (2) £80 - £120

Lot 355 A MINK JACKET, 1970s, with three central hook fastenings, side welt pockets and lined in pale brown satin, chest 96cm, length 70cm £50 - £120

Lot 356 A MINK MUFF WITH HIDDEN POCKET DETAIL, a fox fur stole with head and tails, and a brown squirrel coat, silk lined and with hook fastening, 105cm long, chest 120cm (3) £80 - £120

Lot 346 A BLACK ASTRAKHAN FULL LENGTH COAT, with fox fur collar, labeled, Chris Courtney Williams, Chester, single hook and clasp fastening £60 - £80

Lot 357 A 1940S BEAVER LAMB COAT with padded patterned cotton lining, side pockets, turned back cuffs, hook fastenings, 105cm long, 100cm chest and a winter white coney fur coat, UK size 14, with belt, 112cm long (2) £80 - £120

Lot 347 A LONG LENGTH OF CHINTZ FABRIC designed by Duncan grant together with a pair of velvet brocade tie backs and decorative silk tassel £80 - £120

Lot 348 A VICTORIAN PATCHWORK QUILT, the multicoloured silk patchwork with silk satin border in deep red, 231cm x 231cm £150 - £250

Lot 358 A COLLECTION OF LACE AND BEADWORK to include black beaded and tasseled singlet, lace overskirt, capelet, collars etc (quantity) together with four books entitled Bobbin Lace by Cynthia Voysey, Lace gild Magazine Issue no 45, Bobbin & needle Laces by Pat Earnshaw and Bobbin Lace Making for Beginners by Amy Dawson £50 - £100

Lot 349 A LADY’S CLOCHE/FASCINATOR with taxidermy bird motif decoration, 1930s/50s, unlabelled, the black chiffon band mounted with brown feathered bird long tail feathers £50 - £80

Lot 359 A CHRISTIAN DIOR WOOL LEOPARD PRINT CLOCHE HATE circa 1960s together with a Christian Dior yellow metal necklace (2) £40 - £60

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Lot 360 AN HERMES SILK SCARF, with bridle and tassel motifs in yellows and ochres on a predominantly cream ground with deep red border, card Hermes tag attached and in Hermes box £150 - £200

Lot 370 A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD PICCOLO with nickel plated keys; with a similar piccolo, 30.5cm & 31cm (2) £50 - £70

Lot 371 A ROSEWOOD FLAGEOLET, with nickel plated keys; a rosewood eight key flute; a rosewood four key flute by geo. Potter & Co; three piccolos, one stamped Moore Huddersfield (6) (a/f) £50 - £100

Lot 361 A COLLECTION OF GENTLEMAN’S ATTIRE to include a John g Hardy of London Alsport wool suit, Victorian Tails, tweed shooting suit, camel coat, Aquascutum mackintosh, grey top hat, Christy’s Bowler Hat size 7 1/8 and a Christy’s Top Hat size 7 1/8 , quantity £100 - £200

Lot 372 A HAWKES & SON ROSEWOOD FLUE with nickel keys, in original leather case, 66.5cm £50 - £80

Lot 362 A LADIES SNOW LEOPARD COAT, pre 1947, lined in white silk chiffon with pocket, hook fastening, 101cm long, 106cm chest £1,600 - £1,800

Lot 373 A BUFFET COMPTON & CO ROSEWOOD CLARINET, with nickel plated keys and mounts, stamped Buffet Compton & Co, a Paris, in original leather case, 63.5cm £50 - £70

Lot 363 A LADIES CHEETAH COAT, pre 1947, lined in black fabric, collar and hook hook fastenings, six decorative black buttons , 104cm chest 80cm £650 - £850

Lot 374 A 19TH CENTURY LACHENAL & CO ROSEWOOD CONCERTINA, with 24 nickel keys and patterned green leather bellows in original rosewood case, 16cm across (2) £200 - £250

Lot 364 A LADIES OCELOT JACKET, pre 1947, labelled James Smith Furriers, Staffs, lined in silk sateen patterned fabric, hook and loop fastenings, 87cm long , chest 84cm £150 - £250

Lot 375 A 19TH CENTURY HENRY HARLEY ANGLOGERMAN ROSEWOOD CONCERTINA, with 12 keys and patterned leather bellows in original stained pine case, 16.5cm long (2) £50 - £100

Lot 365 A LADIES LEOPARD SKIN COAT, pre 1947, lined in brown silk satin, edged in brown suede leather, side pockets, wide sleeves, slight swing shape, 106cm long, 100cm chest £350 - £450

Lot 376 A LATE 19TH CENTURY WALNUT CABINETTO BARREL ORGAN, with original label for The national Musical Cabinetto Importers, and directions label, with thirteen 36cm rolls, in gilt decorated walnut case £100 - £200

Lot 366 A LATE 19TH CENTURY DOME TOP TRUNK, with decorative metal furniture and banding, 87cm wide, 51cm deep, 72cm high £150 - £200

Lot 377 A LATE 19TH CENTURY BIJON ORCHESTRONE by geo. Whight & Co, walnut case with gilt detailing and eight 11cm scrolls (a/f) £50 - £100

Lots 367-368 no lot

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Lot 378 A LATE 19TH CENTURY 39 KEY EBONISED HARMONIUM by Boyd Limited London, 67cm wide £50 - £100

Lot 369 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MONZANI & CO PATENT SILVER MOUNTED ROSEWOOD FLUTE, four section with square keys each engraved with a crown, in original brass mounted mahogany case; two Monzani and Hill leaflets describing details behind the patent; with, JAMES (W), THE FLAUTIST’S CATECHISM, 2nd, 1834 £200 - £300

Lot 379 A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD PIANOLA THE ORCHESTRELLE CO PLAYER ORGAN, domed top on rectangular base, 94cm x 112cm; with a collection of rolls comprising 42 by orchestrelle Co; 3 by Chase and Baker; seven by Aeolian Co; four by Meloto; six by Imperial and sixteen others £100 - £150 25


Lot 380 A BUESCHER ELKHART IND-USA ALTO SAXOPHONE, no 258307, in Hawkes & Son case, with a receipt from The Leisure Shop, 411 oxford St, London dated 31st Dec, 1959 priced at £32.10.0 £100 - £150

Lot 388 CHATEAU DE GROUSSAY, 4 vols, Sotheby’s auction catalogues in original slip case, June 1999; EASTON NESTON, 2 vols, May 2005; BARNWELL MANOR, May 2002; FAWLEY HOUSE, october 2003 (8) £50 - £80

Lot 381 AN ADOLPHE PLATED ALTO SAXOPHONE, engraved ‘Medaille s’or 1909(?) Adolphe Sax, Ceun de L’Academie nle de Musique, 84. Rue Myrha, Paris’, no 14757 £80 - £120

Lot 389 GODMERSHAM PARK, 2 vols, auction catalogues, 6th9th June 1983; ELVEDEN HALL, 2 vols, 21st-24th May 1984; WILSFORD MANOR WILTSHIRE, october 1987; THE MANOR HOUSE OF CLIFTON HAMPDEN, 2000, all Christies; THORESBY HALL, May & June 1989; BENACRE HALL, May 2000; SHRUBLAND PARK, September 2006; ESTATE OF CHRISTIAN, LADY HESKETH, March 2007 (10) £50 - £80

BOOKS

Lot 382 THORNTON AFTER HAMILTON, A COLLECTION OF THIRTEEN ENGRAVED PLATES FROM BARNARD’S HISTORY OF ENGLAND, after the plates of 1782, later framed, 33 x 21.5cm £100 - £200

Lot 390 THE LEVERHULME COLLECTION; 2 VOLS, Sotheby’s auction catalogue, June 2001; THE PRICE COLLECTION, november 2000; SIMIN SAINSBURY THE CREATION OF AN ENGLISH ARCADIA, 2 vols, Christies, June 2008; THE BADMINTON CABINET, JULY 1990; FROM THE COLLECTION OF KING GEORGE I OF ST HELLENES, January 2007; THE CONTENTS OF THE ST LUCIAN..., September 2011 (8) £50 - £80

Lot 383 MACQUOID (P), A HISTORY OF ENGLISH FURNITURE, four vols, oak, walnut, mahogany and satinwood, London, Lawrence & Bullen, 1905 (4) £100 - £150

Lot 384 [FAROUK - KING OF EGYPT], THE PALACE COLLECTIONS OF EGYPT, catalogue of works of art and precious materials; THE EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF FRENCH PAPERWEIGHTS, two Sotheby’s & Co catalogues, plates, green paper covers, 10th-12th and 27th-29th March 1954 (2) £50 - £80

Lot 391 A COLLECTION OF CHRISTIES & MANSON & WOODS AUCTION CATALOGUES, to include HIGHLY IMPORTANT JEWELS 24th June 1954; IMPORTANT OBJECTS OF VERTU AND HARDSTONE ANIMALS BY CARL FABERGE, June 20th 1960; MAGNIFICENT IMPERIAL RUSSIAN BANQUETING SERVICES USED AT THE CORONATION OF THE TSARS, March 21st 1967; WATERINGBURY PLACE, 3 vols, May 31st 1978 (25) £40 - £60

Lot 385 MENTMORE, A SET OF FIVE SOTHEBY’S, PARKE BERNET AUCTION CATALOGUES, d.j, with complete price list to each vol, May 1977 (5) £50 - £80

Lot 392 BECKFORD (P), THOUGHS ON HUNTING, limited edition, 295/350 signed by illistrator g. Denholm Armour, 25 tipped in plates, publishers Morcco, Hodder & Stoughton, [1911] £80 - £120

Lot 386 THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF WINDSOR, SOTHEBY’S AUCTION CATALOGUES, 3 vols (Public, Private and Information), in original slipcase, 11th-19th September 1997, with ‘A Select Exhibition of Property from the Collection of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor’; THE JEWELS OF THE DUCHESS OF WINDSOR, Sotheby’s catalogue 2nd-3rd April 1987 (4) £50 - £80

Lot 393 COTTON (F), FULL CRY, limited edition of 350, with tipped in plates by Harrington Bird, publishers 1/2 Morocco with gilt blue boards, Everett, 1902; WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE (LORD), THE SPORT OF OUR ANCESTORS, tipped in plates, red cloth, London, Constable, 1921 (2) £50 - £80

Lot 387 DUMFRIES HOUSE, A CHIPPENDALE COMMISSION, 2 vols auction catalogue, Christies 12th-13th July 2007; DUMFRIES ESTATE SCOTLAND, Savills estate catalogue. This auction is now know as ‘The auction that never was’. The highly important collection and house were saved for the nation at the 11th hour by a consortium and The Princes Trust (3) £50 - £80

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Lot 394 BENTLEY MOTORS, INTRUCTIONS FOR THE RUNNING AND MAINTENANCE OF THE 3 1/2 LITRE BENTLEY CAR, original instruction book, 127 pages with folding plate, guarantee and three smaller instruction sections bound at end, original clip cover cloth, Bentley Motors Derby, 1931. Ink number B100AH and previous owners name Charles Cyril Dennis £300 - £400

Lot 401 ETCHINGS FOR THE ART-UNION OF LONDON, with 28 of 30 plates only (lacking 3 & 8), retains ‘Sleeping Shepherd’, ‘Rising Moon’ and ‘Sky-Lark’ by Samuel Palmer, green boards with gilt lettering, by the Etching Club, 1857 (a/f) £80 - £120 Lot 402 GARNER (T), STRATTON (A), THE DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE OF ENGLAND DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD, 3 vols, complete with black and white illustrations and plates, black printed boards with cloth spines, London, Batsford, 1911 £150 - £200

Lot 395 A LATE 19TH CENTURY PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM, fifty seven sepia photographs of north Wales, Loughborough College, Audley End (dated 1875), Ely Cathedral, Durham Cathedral, York Minster, notre Dame, Saint Cloud, Chatsworth, Exeter Cathedral, Haddon Hall, some named for Triths Series, with 34 prints of religious images, country scenes and animals, all mounted onto hardboard pages, (1) £50 - £100

Lot 403 ELVIS PRESLEY, A SIGNED POSTCARD, in presentation frame with two postcards from Bad nauheim, it is believed that Presley signed the postcard while at the army base, 50 x 40cm overall, framed £500 - £700

Lot 396 THE ILLISTRATED LONDON NEWS, no. 2226 1881 - 2251 1882, 1 vol; THE gRAPHIC, vols 10 & 11, 18741875, gilt blue cloth, (3) £50 - £100

Lot 404 (WORLD WAR II). DIE STADT SULINGEN ANTBIETET ANLAFSLICH DES RICHTFESTES DER SCHAFER PROPELLER GMBH, a unique album of 102 black and white photographs of Sulingen and the Proppellerwerks, presented by the factory to the town to celebrate the ‘topping-out’ of the factory, Morocco bound vellum binding painted with the town arms, signed by the Burgermeister and dated September 12th 1941 £200 - £300

Lot 397 HALL (W), THE NEW ROYAL ENCYCLOPAEDIA OR COMPLETE MODERN UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY, vol II only, six maps and sixty five engraved plates, London, Cooke, c1790 £50 - £80 Lot 398 BICKHAM (G), THE UNIVERSAL PENMAN, frontis, engraved title and 204 plates only, London, at the SevenStars, 1713 (board, frontis, title and list of subscribers detached, sold as a collection of plates only, not subject to return) £50 - £100

Lot 405 A COLLECTION OF EIGHT R.A.F OFFICIAL BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS OF WORLD WAR II GERMAN LUFTWAFFE PLANES, Crown Copyright, each numbered and some dated 17-6-46 or 24-6-46, to include a JU.88, Rocket Plane and M.E.109; two photographs, 16.5 x 21.5cm & 13.5 x 20.5cm; with an Album de Luxe Bruxelles (11) £100 - £150

Lot 399 THE DOME, AN ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE, MUSIC, ARCHITECTURE AND THE GRAPHIC ARTS, no’s 118 in original paper covers printed with blue lettering, october 1898-April 1900; no’s 1, 2, 3 and five in hardcover; DOME SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER; all printed by The Unicorn Press; and a paper cover VII 1900 (24) (a/f) £50 - £80

Lot 406 NOUVEAU THEATRE DE LA GRANDE BRETAGNE: OU DESCRIPTION EXACTE DES PALAIS DE LA REINE, (BRITANNIA ILLUSTRATA) vol I only, [16], 80 engraved plates by Jan Kip after Leonard Knuff, includes Hampton Court, full tan calf, re-backed spine, the boards with gilt armorial, (possibly for gibson, Bishop of London), within a foliate border, Londres, David Mortimer, 1708 £5,000 - £7,000

Lot 400 EVERARD (J), JUDGEMENT OF PARIS, first edition, 48 camera studies of the female nude, george Routledge, 1941; LIVING COLOUR, 1937; PORTRAIT OF A MODEL, (plate 1 detached), 1939 (3) £80 - £120

Lot 407 ATKYNS (SIR. R) THE ANCIENT AND PRESENT STATE OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, [10], 452, [6], eight heraldry plates, map and 64 engraved plates (73 plates total) by Kip after Knyff, full Morocco with tooled and gilt detailing, the corner detailing’s are of a coronet, London, T. Spilsbury, 1768 £3,000 - £4,000

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Lot 408 HARRIS (J), THE HISTORY OF KENT, in five parts, [4], iii, [1], iv, ii, iv, 592, xxxvii, portrait, 34 double plates by Kip and Harris, 4 maps/plans and 3 single plates, (42 total), rebound by the Bodlean Bindary in brown cloth, London, Midwinter, 1719 (a/f) £500 - £700

Lot 414 COTTAM (A), CHARTS OF THE CONSTELLATIONS, 2nd edition, with 36 folding plates, original folio case with paper label (worn), London, Stanford, 1891 £80 - £120

Lot 415 MIGEON (M), MUSEE DU LOUVRE, MEUBLES ET OBJECTS D’ART DE LA COLLECTION CAMONDO, complete with LXX plates and text pages, original folder with ties, Librairie Centrale des Beaux-Arts, [1914]; THE FORMAN COLLECTION, catalogue, first portion (disbound), Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge (2) £50 - £70

Lot 409 A 19TH CENTURY POLYORAMA PANOPTIQUE VIEWER, with green paper outer covers and original label, with fifteen hand coloured engraved plates: Berne, Le Tombeau du Doge, Place Vendome, Eglise St Sulpice, Chaleau de Windsor, St Bavon a gand, Amsterdam, Chanelle de Haly.rood, Les Tuilleries Chateau et Jardin, La Tour de Londres, Arc de Triomphe Barriere de L’Etoile, Assemblee nationale, Palerme - Environs de Palerme, Bale - Le Simolon val vedro (the latter in poor condition) £200 - £300

Lot 416 GREENAWAY (K), ILLUS, KATE GREENAWAY’S BIRTHDAY BOOK FOR CHILDREN, pictorial gilt cloth, London, Routledge, [1880] £50 - £70 Lot 417 LEWIS (C.S.), THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, first edition, colour frontis and black and white illustrations by Pauline Baynes, a-e-g, full Morocco by the Temple Bindery oxford, geoffrey Bles, 1950 £1,000 - £1,500

Lot 410 WALLACE (ALFRED RUSSELL), SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT AND MORAL PROGRESS, signed first edition, inscribed on the fly leaf ‘Mss Casey, from her friend the Author, Alfred Wallace, Brondstone, March 26th 1913’, Cassell, 1913; a ceramic portrait plaque of Alfred Wallace, titled and initialled verso (2) £50 - £80

Lot 418 PHILLIPS (H), THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF SHREWSBURY, engraved frontis, 13 plates and folding table, later 3/4 leather with patterned boards, Shrewsbury, 1779 (contemporary notes in ink on the back of the title page dated 1779 and original press cuttings stuck down) £100 - £200

Lot 411 CASEY (C), AGRESTIA LIGUSTICA. RIVIERA NATURE NOTES, two copies, first editions, one signed by olive B. C. Casey, the other by E. C. Casey, black cloths with gilt lettering, Manchester, 1898; RIVIERA NATURE NOTES, 2nd edition, corrected copy with numerous ink and pencil annotations, notes, letters and cuttings, London, Quaritch, 1903; a second copy of the same signed o. B. C. Casey with additional cuttings and photographs; a third copy signed E. Cromford Casey; a forth copy signed olive. B. Casey (bright condition to cover); THE WHITE OLIVE, AND OTHER ROMANCES OF THE RIVIERA, corrected copy, green cloth, Fisher & Unwin, 1899. With a hand written note book entitled ‘Lepidoptera’ dated between 1889-1891 in nice and other parts of the south of France, unknown hand, (8) £150 - £250

Lot 419 HULBERT (C), THE HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTY OF SALOP, vol II only, fronts and five plates, later 3/4 calf and marbled boards, Providence grove, 1837 £50 - £80

Lot 420 A HISTORY OF SHREWSBURY, 2 vols, engraved frontis and half title to each and 24 & 25 plates, later 3/4 black leather with cloth boards, London, Hardin, 1825 (2) £250 - £300

Lot 412 BLEAU (WILLEM), COMITATUS SALOPIENSIS ANGLICE SHROPSHIRE, engraved map with later detailing, framed with glass backing so that p229 and p230 are visible, each with two columns of text, £120 - £150

Lot 421 BUCKELEY-OWEN (MRS), HISTORY OF SELATTYN PARISH, three colour cloth, Woodall, oswestry, [1891] £50 - £60

Lot 422 FENTON (R), A HISTORICAL TOUR THROUGH PEMBROKSHIRE, black and white frontis, title vignette, and plates, green cloth with gilt lettering, Brecknock, 1903 £50 - £60

Lot 413 CHAMBERS (E), CYCLOPAEDIA: OR A UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, vol 5 only, 137 engraved plates, London, 1786 £80 - £120

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Lot 423 RACKHAM (A), ILLUS, PETER PAN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS, 50 tipped in plates, four lacking tissue, tissue to plate 3 lacking bottom, two pages 8, 88 with small tear, later full green binding by the Temple Bindery oxford, ae-g, London, Hodder & Stoughton, [1912] £400 - £600

Lot 430 LILFORD (LORD), NOTES ON THE BIRDS OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE AND NEIGHBOURHOOD, 2 vols, with plates and illustrations as per list by Thorburn and Lodge, folding map, green cloth, London, Porter, 1895 £50 - £70

Lot 425 BLAKEWAY ( REV J), THE SHERIFFS OF SHROPSHIRE, with their armorial bearings, title vignette, text illustrations, 3/4 morocco with cloth boards, Shrewsbury, 1831; HUGHES (W), THE SHERIFFS OF SHROPSHIRE, vol II, Shrewsbury, 1886, (2) £100 - £150

Lot 432 LOUDON (J), THE GREEN-HOUSE COMPANION, lacking frontis, 2nd edition, Harding, 1825; OHILLIPS (H), HISTORY OF CULTIVATED VEGETABLES, 2 vols, 2nd edition, Colburn, 1827; JOHNSON (C), THE FARMER’S ENCYCLOPAEDIA, 2 vols, London, Longman, 1842; THE SPORTING MAGAZINE OR MONTHLY CALENDAR, for April 1796, engraved plates; ANNALS OF HORTICULTURE 1847, 48, 49, 49; BRITISH FARMER’S MAGAZINE, Vol II only, 1828 (11) £50 - £70

Lot 424 TROLLOPE (A), HE KNEW HE WAS RIGHT, first edition, 2 vols, half title, engraved frontis to each and plates by Marcus Stone, later 3/4 tan leather with red cloth boards, London, 1869 £100 - £150

Lot 431 STEPHENS (H), THE BOOK OF THE FARM, 2 vols, 2nd edition, fourteen engraved plates and numerous text illustrations, 2/3 green leather with marbled boards, William Blackwood, 1851 £50 - £70

Lot 426 BLAKE (WILLIAM), illus, NIGHT THOUGHTS, by Edward Young, 2 vols, limited edition, 778/1000, 1/2 nigerian goatskin with pictorial cloth boards by David Eccles after Blake, with commentary volume by Robin Hamlyn, in original folding green case, [2005]. This monumental work contains 537 illustrations by Blake digitally photographed by the British Museum and printed by the Bath Press, Balatyne for sale to members of The Folio Society £500 - £700

Lot 433 HARRISON (J), THE FLORICULTURAL CABINET, two parts in one, January - December, 1841, and April 1842, with 14 hand coloured plates, later cloth; PIERPOINT JOHNSON (C), BRITISH WILD FLOWERS, hand coloured plates, London, Voorts, 1876; (2) £50 - £80

Lot 427 MERIAN (M), THE SURINAM ALBUM, limited edition 759/1000, with tipped in plates, 1/2 nigerian goatskin with pictorial cloth boards, with accompanying commentary by Julie Harvey, in original folder, 2006. Digitally photographed by the British Museum, printed by Cambridge Press and bound by Smith Settle £300 - £500

Lot 434 HULBERT (C), THE HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTY OF SALOP, engraved frontis, plates and maps, original cloth (defective), Shrewsbury, 1837 £50 - £60

Lot 435 WRIGHT (L), THE ILLUSTRATED BOOK OF POULTRY, colour litho plates and other illustrations, embossed cloth, spine defective, Cassell Petter & galpin, [1880] £200 - £300

Lot 428 THE HOLKHAM BIBLE, limited edition 1197/1750, 3/4 nigerian goatskin with patterned cloth boards, accompanying commentary by Michelle Brown, original folding case, Cambridge University Press fro sale to members of The Folio Society, 2007 (a/f) £100 - £150

Lot 436 YOUNG FARMERS’ CLUB BOOKLETS, a run from no. 1 THE FARM - no. 32 VEgETABLES In THE oPEn, mixed editions, published for the national Federation of Young Farmers, 1946 onwards (qty) £50 - £70

Lot 429 CARY (J), CARY’S NEW AND CORRECT ENGLISH ATLAS, 1st edition, with 47 hand coloured engraved plates, 3/4 calf with cloth boards, London, Cary, September 1st 1787 £200 - £300

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Lot 438 A CHRISTMAS DAY DINNER PROGRAMME FROM THE VICEROY AND GOVERNOR GENERAL’S RESIDENCE, Barrackpore dated December 25th 1907, signed by Lord Minto - 17th Viceroy, Field Marshall Horatio Kitchener, Lord & Lady Warrender, Mme Albani and Violet and Ruby Elliot (daughters of Minto); with a programme for Madame Albani o.M. at The Town Hall Calcutta, 24th December 1907 (2)

Lot 437 SIR (ISIDOR) GEORGE HENSCHEL, (1850-1934), a small unrecorded archive of manuscripts and letters, comprising a three page manuscript titled ‘’’Little Lamb, who made thee’’, a Song of Innocence (for the little children to sing), humbly set to William Blake’s beautiful words by george Henschel’, two pages of hand written music dedicated to georgina & Peter and initialled and dated Jan 18th 1918; a second manuscript titled ‘The Knight of Bethlehem, set by george Henschel’, two pages of hand written music initialled and dated nov 20th 1918; both within a ‘Keepsake Cover’ titled and signed by Henschel and enclosing three printed copies of Henschel’s music. Accompanying the manuscripts are two letters to Miss Janet Dunlop Smith on Aviemore headed paper and dated June 19th 1914 and nov 23rd 1914; a three verse sonnet written and initialled by Henschel, dated november 22nd 1914 and companion postcard; a programme for a concert titled ‘Dr george Henschel’s concert in aid of the funds of the Alvie Boy Scouts Association’, dated September 4th 1913, signed by Henschel, five other singers and initialled by Miss Dunlop Smith.

A photocopy of Miss Dunlop Smith’s diary for Christmas 1907 accompanies this lot, it states ‘’Then everyone signed our hand programmes - I have Kitchener, The Viceroy, Albani’s, Sir george and Lady Maud Warrender & several others - it was quite a wonderful evening’’ Miss Janet Dunlop Smith is the vendors godmother. She is the daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Sir James Dunlop Smith private secretary to Lord Minto while he was Viceroy of India. £300 - £500

Lot 439 BREWER (J), THE BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES, two hand coloured folding maps by Thomas Leman, 3/4 leather, London, 1818 £50 - £80

The first letter talks of a previous sonnet that Henschel had sent and details that he shall be travelling to town (London) where he will conduct a concert at The Queens Hall and hopes that they can meet for tea. The second refers to Miss Dunlop Smith as his ‘’grateful public’’ in regard to his prior verses, as well as general news and what has occupied his time in Scotland. The third is a sonnet, accompanied by a postcard sent on the afternoon that the former was mailed, upon which he writes a new final verse stating ‘’I think the following distribution of the last six lines is better’’

Lot 440 BRIEN (STANISLAUS), A PORTFOLIO OF DRAWINGS BY..., with eight plates, pictorial paper folder, The Ambassador Publishing Co, c1928 £50 - £70

Lot 441 RILING (R), THE POWDER FLASK BOOK, BONANZA BOOKS, 1953; HAYWARD (J), THE ART OF THE GUNMAKER, 2 vols, vol I 2nd edition, 1965, vol II first, 1963, clipped d.j, Barrie & Rockliff (3) £50 - £80

Lot 442 ANGLESEY (MARQUESS), A HISTORY OF THE BRITISH CAVALRY, 8 vols, vol I a 1983 reprint, all others first editions, vol II signed by the author, all with d.j £80 - £120

georgina Henschel is the composers daughter by his second wife Amy Louis. Peter Cloughton (1915-1968) is the son of Henschel’s daughter Helen Cloughton from his first marriage. It is presumed that they are the georgina and Peter to whom the first manuscript is dedicated.

Lot 443 CROMPTON (R), WILLIAM’S TREASURE TROVE,AND WILLIAM THE LAWLESS, both first editions, clipped d.j., george newness, 1962 & 1970 (2) £100 - £150

george Henschel, composer and poet, was the first conductor of The Boston Symphony orchestra in 1881, began the London Symphony Concerts and later became conductor of the Royal Scottish national orchestra.

Lot 443 no Lot

Miss Janet Dunlop Smith (1888-1984) is the vendors godmother. She is the daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Sir James Dunlop Smith private secretary to Lord Minto while he was Viceroy of India. Miss Dunlop Smith was a singer under the professional name Janet Christopher. It is presumed that her close friendship with Henschel developed through their professional careers sometime in 1913 or prior. £1,000 - £2,000

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WINES AND SPIRITS

PAINTINGS

Lot 445 A CASE OF CHATEAU MONTROSE, 1980 (unopened) £200 - £300

Lot 453 ATTRIBUTED TO DAVID COX (1783-1859) ‘The old river bridge with cottage and figures in a meadow’, watercolour, indistinctly signed, 25cm x 35.5cm

Lot 446 THREE BOTTLES OF CLOITRE DES DAMES MARGAUX 2003 (3) £40 - £50

Provenance: From The Edward V. Phillips Collection £200 - £400

Lot 447 SIX DEMI BOTTLES OF CHATEAU LA CROIX DU CASSE 1998 (6) £40 - £60

Lot 454 ARTHUR SUKER (1857-1902) ‘Waves breaking on a shoreline with distant shipping beyond’, watercolour, signed with monogram, 38cm x 57cm

Lot 448 A BOTTLE OF TAYLOR’S LVB 4XX PORT 1985, in pine case; a bottle of Sandeman ruby port; a bottle of Sandeman tawny port, 20 years old, with a bottle of glen grant 8 year whisky (4) £50 - £70

Provenance: From The Edward V. Phillips Collection £120 - £150 Lot 455 FOLLOWER OF DAVID COX (1783-1859) ‘Figures working in a field with horse and cart’, watercolour, 23cm x 34.5cm

Lot 449 A BOTTLE OF MOUTON-CADET BORDEAUX 1983, 150cl, with cardboard box; a bottle of Margaux Claret gilbey; a bottle of Chateaux Malartic-Lagraviere, 1970; three other bottles of red wine (6) £40 - £60

Provenance: From The Edward V. Phillips Collection £200 - £400

Lot 450 SIX BOTTLES OF TANNERS EXTRA RESERVE CHAMPAGNE (6) £40 - £60

Lot 456 † GEOFFREY DAY (20TH/21ST CONTEMPORARY) ‘The Postman’s Delivery’, Signed and dated’ Feb 1976, Watercolour and gouache, 19.5cm x 24.5cm £30 - £40

Lot 451 SEVEN BOTTLES OF PORT: NOVAL L.B. PORT c1960; two bottles of Warre’s Port and four bottles of Royal oporto ruby Port (7) £40 - £60

Lot 457 † SIR GEORGE CLAUSEN, R.A (1852-1944) ‘Still Life of Flowers’, signed, pencil and watercolour, 28cm x 21cm The work bears the original retail figure verso of £2,350 £250 - £300

Lot 452 SEVEN BOTTLES OF PORT:TAWNEY PORT - ten year old; graham’s late bottled vintage port; Croft Triple Crown; Cockburn’s Port; Croft original; Vintage Character Port; Sandeman Reserve Port and a half bottle of Croft Port Distinction; with a bottle of Perfection Pale Sherry (9) £40 - £60

Lot 458 JOHN GUTTRIDGE SYKES, (1866-1941) ‘Midsummer in a Cornish Lane’, Signed, also extensively inscribed on a label and bearing biographical details on the artist verso, Watercolour, 26cm x 37cm, £150 - £200 Lot 459 † GERALD NORDEN (1912-2000) A TROMP L’OEIL, OF THE REVERSE OF A CANVAS, AND A SMALL STUDY OF SIR JOSHUA REYNOLD’S PICTURE ‘Girl with Cherries’, signed norden, and dated 91, (1991) oil on board, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £150 - £200

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Lot 460 † GORDON DAVIES (1926-2007) ‘Fourcalquier, Provence,’ inscribed with the ar tist’s name, title and his address verso, ‘South View, Hastmaleigh, Ashford, Kent’, oil on board, 24cm x 31.5cm £100 - £150

Lot 468 † PATRICK NORMAN HAMILTON (1923-2008) ‘The Swollen Hills of Freeloin’, signed and indistinctly dated, also inscribed verso, oil on canvas board, 14cm x 18.5cm £40 - £60 Lot 469 † NICK ANDREW (B.1957) ‘Oaks at Verne Hill’, signed and dated’ 89 (1989) gouache, 59 x 59.5cm

Lot 461 † GORDON DAVIES (1926-2007) ‘The Villa Libarno at Barga’, signed and inscribed verso, oil on board, 25cm x 30cm £100 - £150 Lot 462 † GERALD NORDEN (1912-2000) ‘Still-life with Wicker Flask’, signed norden and dated ‘87, (1987) oil on board, 23cm x 28cm

£200 - £300

Lot 470 AFTER ANDY WARHOL (20TH/21ST CENTURY CONTEMPORARY) ‘A Pop Art Design Depicting a Collage of Portraits and an Electric Chair, One being a Self Portrait of the Artist’ Bearing a Signature and the Studio Stamp for the ‘Factory’, Coloured Print on textured linen or canvas, 88cm x 60cm £300 - £400

£150 - £200

Lot 463 † GERALD NORDEN (1912-2000) ‘Bezique Cards’, signed and indistinctly dated possibly ‘82 (1982), also inscribed verso, oil on board, 23cm x 30.5cm £150 - £180

Lot 471 † PHILIP MENINSKY (1919-2007) The Cathedral at Arles signed, watercolour and gouache on tinted paper, 38.5cm x 47.5cm together with a further landscape (France) (2) £80 - £120

Lot 464 ENGLISH SCHOOL (21ST CENTURY, CONTEMPORARY) ‘The Colourful Desert, Australia’, indistinctly signed and dated 2012/2013, also inscribed verso, oil on canvas, laid down on board, 20.5cm x 28.5cm £40 - £60

Lot 472 † PHILIP MENINSKY (1919-2007) Nude with a Headscarf, signed and inscribed on a label verso, pastel and coloured crayon, 37.5cm x 34.5cm

Lot 465 † GORDON DAVIES (1926-2007) ‘One Man Band, St. Margherita,Venice’ signed and dated ‘73 (1973), also extensively inscribed verso, with the title and his address, also numbered ‘42, oil on panel, 31cm x 39.5cm £100 - £150

Lot 473 † SANDRA BLOW (1925 - 2006) Collage, Estate Stamped, 15.5 x 27.5cm

£60 - £80

£200 - £300

Lot 474 † SIR TERRY FROST R.A (1915 - 2003) Untitled, 1959, signed Ink on paper, 20.3 x 25.4cm £250 - £350

Lot 466 † GORDON DAVIES (1926-2007) ‘The Deserted House, Venice’, signed and dated ‘73 (1973) also inscribed verso and numbered ‘13, oil on panel, 30.5cm x 40.5cm £100 - £150

Lot 475 † SIR TERRY FROST R.A (1915-2003) Untitled, Acrylic on paper, signed and dated 1.3.95, 58 x 58cm £300 - £500

Lot 467 † GERALD NORDEN (1912-2000) ‘Playing Cards with Chardin’, signed and dated ‘88 (1988), also inscribed on a label verso, oil on board, 25cm x 31cm £150 - £180

Lot 476 † JOHN HOYLAND (1934-2011) ‘25.12.71’ Screenprint 1971, signed 142 x 95.5cm

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£300 - £400


Lot 477 † NORMAN STEVENS (1937-1988) ‘Clapboard house in Moonlight’, 1973, Final Proof, etching, signed 38cm x 53cm £50 - £80

Lot 483 KERRY TURNER (20TH/21ST CENTURY CONTEMPORARY) ‘The Family’, Shapes & Forms, Signed with the artist’s monogram and dated’ 04, (2004) oil on Canvas, unframed, 89.5cm x 60cm £80 - £120

Lot 478 JACK G MILLER (20TH/21ST CENTURY, CONTEMPORARY) ‘Monsavon’ Proof, Paris, 1939, Inscribed, signed & dated’ 73, Hand tinted photograph, 42.5cm x 50.5cm Together with five further companions, interior scenes, with Art Deco furniture and other objects, all inscribed some dated’ 1971, two dated, 1973/71, a set of six (6) £300 - £400

Lot 484 † JOHN ALFORD (B. 1929) ‘TREES ON THE SHROPSHIRE WAY’, signed and dated’ 08, (2008), also inscribed on a label verso, oil on board, 43 x 60cm £300 - £500 Lot 485 DEREK WILLIAMS (20TH/21ST CENTURY) ‘A Winter Landscape at Sunrise’, Signed, also inscribed with the artists name and his date of birth, verso, Watercolour and gouache, 28.5cm x 45cm,

Lot 479 † NIGEL CASSELDINE R.W.A (20TH/21ST CENTURY CONTEMPORARY) ‘Deep Water Ebley Meadow’, Signed, Casseldine, also inscribed on the artist’s original label verso, oil on gesso, 36cm x 46cm £200 - £300

Provenance. With The oldwinford gallery

£40 - £50

Lot 486 JONATHAN ARMIGEL WADE (20TH/21ST CENTURY CONTEMPORARY) ‘Hound Music’, signed, also extensively inscribed verso with title & numbered, 1321, oil on Board, 20cm x 61cm £700 - £900

Lot 480 † NIGEL CASSELDINE R.W.A (20TH/21ST CENTURY CONTEMPORARY) ‘An Estuary Scene’, Signed Casseldine, oil on Canvas, 51cm x 61cm £200 - £250

Lot 487 † SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA, (1918-2006) ‘Welsh Village Study’, Extensively inscribed on a later label verso, pencil drawing, 33.5cm x 46.5cm

Lot 481 † NIGEL CASSELDINE R.W.A (20TH/21ST CENTURY CONTEMPORARY) ‘A Cornfield Scene’, Signed Casseldine, Also bearing a label verso with a personal inscription from the artist, oil on Canvas, 46cm x 46cm £200 - £250

Provenance: gifted Daler Lyndhurst sketch book containing many preparatory sketches, given by the Artist to the Late Mr William (Bill) Lloyd Williams, the Painters gardener, and by descent. Ex. Rodger Jones & Co, north Wales Auction Rooms, 2013, purchased by a private collector £600 - £1,000

Lot 482 † NIGEL CASSELDINE R.W.A (20TH/21ST CENTURY CONTEMPORARY) ‘Barbed Flowers’, Signed Casseldine, and dated 93 (1993), also inscribed on the artists label verso, oil on Board, 34cm x 34cm £150 - £200

Lot 488 † SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS RA, (1918-2006) ‘Welsh Hills’, Extensively inscribed on a later label verso, pencil drawing, 33.5 x 46.5cm,

Provenance, gifted Daler Lyndhurst sketch book containing many preparatory sketches, given by the Artist to the late Mr William (Bill) Lloyd Williams, the Painters gardener, and by descent. Ex. Rodger Jones & Co north Wales Auction Rooms, 2013, purchased by a private collector. £300 - £500

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Lot 489 † LINDA LE KIAFF (20TH/21ST CENTURY) ‘Two Figures’, signed artists proof also numbered, 70/200, and inscribed on various labels verso, coloured screen print, 58cm x 72.5cm, Published circa 1990’s £200 - £300

Lot 492 † HENRI MATISSE (20TH CENTURY) ‘La Siesta- Skater in Motion 2’, Printed Monogram within the plate, coloured lithograph on wove paper, printed by Mourlot Feres circa JanMarch 1939, 34.5cm x 24cm

Provenance Dreweatts, Edition information, Verve no 4 £200 - £300

Lot 490 † HENRI MATISSE (20TH CENTURY) ‘Femme Au Chapeau’ Printed Signature within the plate, Coloured Lithograph, Published by Mourlot Freres, circa Jan-March, 1939, 32cm x 23cm

Lot 493 CARL JAYCOCK (20TH/21ST CENTURY CONTEMPORARY) ‘Yacht Traditions’, a cut and shaped print using archival pigment inks and Somerset cotton paper, signed and dated 2013, also extensively inscribed verso

Provenance Dreweatts, Sold together with photocopies from ‘’Verve, Revue Artistique er Litteraire Paraissant Quatre Fois Par An, no 5-6 Under Lithographs no 82, Ex.Collection, Paul Rosenberg £200 - £300

Provenance: The Artist’s Collection

Lot 491 † HENRI MATISSE (20TH CENTURY) ‘La Siesta - Skater in Motion’, Printed Monogram within the plate, coloured lithograph on wove paper, printed by Mourlot Freres circa JanMarch 1939, 34cm x 24cm

£300 - £400

Lot 494 A CUNARD POSTER depicting an ocean Liner, inscribed, ‘’Cunard to USA, The Fastest ocean Service in The World’’, a coloured lithographic print, 88cm x 63.5cm £300 - £400

Provenance Dreweatts, Edition information, Verve no4, £200 - £300

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COMMISSION BIDDING SLIP SALE DATE: Wednesday 4th December 2013

Bid on my behalf at the above Sale for the following LoTS up to the prices specified, these to be executed as cheaply as allowed by such other commissions or reserves as there may be. You may also instruct a ‘plus one bid’ which might save you from losing the lot by one bid. In which case please write ‘+1’. Please note all successful bids are subject to a Buyer’s Premium of 19.5% plus VAT. I have read and agree to comply with the notices and Conditions of Sale. Lot No.

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Signature:.................................................................... Date: ......................................................................................... PLEASE CHECK YOUR BIDS Bids placed by telephone are accepted solely at the sender’s risk; if they are not confirmed in writing Halls cannot be liable for not executing them accurately. Please note, if bids cannot be read clearly they will not be executed. If you do not wish to receive direct mailing from Halls Holdings Ltd. Please tick here

Telephone lines must be booked by 4pm on Tuesday 3rd December 2013. We do not accept telephone bids on the day of the sale. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

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I MPORTANT N OTICE TO J EWELLERY B UYERS C ARRIAGE & PACKING I MPORTANT I MPORTANT N OTICE N OTICE TO B OOK B UYERS

Prospective buyers should note that although every effort is made to note repairs, restoration and damage in the catalogue descriptions, a lack of any such note should not be taken to imply that the lot is in perfect condition. All weights stated in the catalogue are approximate only, these figures are for reference only and prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to the accuracy. Prospective buyers are reminded that coloured gemstones have historically been treated to enhance their appearance. A variety of methods have been, and are currently used to improve both transparency and colour of various gemstones. All yellow and white metals have not been tested. The International Jewellery Trade generally accept these methods. It is not possible for Halls to obtain gemmological reports on all stones offered for sale and therefore all Halls Holding’s estimates assume that gemstones have been enhanced.

Whilst Halls Fine Art are not packers or shippers we are happy to liaise with your chosen carrier for removal of lots after sale. Please note, no lots shall be released to a carrier until payment has been received. If you have not arranged shipping with a chosen carrier, Halls Fine Art can also provide a list of shippers in our area. For further information, please email peter@hallsgb.com or call 01743 450700

Prospective buyers should be aware that general wear to include; creasing, light foxing, small tears, bumped corners, worn boards or weak spine/joints, will not be specified in the catalogue descriptions. Any substantial losses/wear to include detached boards, detached spines or extensive graffiti will be described as ‘at fault’. Prospective buyers must satisfy themselves with a condition report prior to bidding, Halls Holdings can take no responsibility for condition of purchased lots if condition reports were not requested.

Although every effort is made to note damage and restoration, the absence of such information does not imply that the lot is free from defects. Detailed condition reports and email images can be obtained on request until 4.00pm the day prior to the sale. 36


EXPLANATION OF CATALOGUING TERMS FOR PAINTINGS, MINIATURES, SCULPTURES AND PRINTS Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date and age, provenance and condition is a statement of opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of fact.

Halls Fine Art reserve the right, in forming their opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or authority considered by them to be reliable. 1.

John Constable

2.

Attributed to John Constable

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

8. 9. 10. 11.

Studio of John Constable

In our opinion a work by the artist. When the artist’s forename(s) is not known, a series of asterisks, followed by the surname of the artist, whether preceded by an initial or not, indicates that in our opinion the work is by the artist named. In our opinion probably a work by the artist, but less certainty as to authorship is expressed than in the preceding category.

In our opinion a work by an unknown hand in the studio of the artist which may or may not have been executed under the artist’s direction.

Circle of John Constable

In our opinion a work by an as yet unidentified but distinct hand, closely associated with the named artist but not necessarily his pupil.

Manner of John Constable

In our opinion a work in the style of the artist and of a later date.

Style of… follower of John Constable

After John Constable

In our opinion a work by a painter working in the artist’s style, contemporary, but not necessarily his pupil.

In our opinion a copy of a known work of the artist.

The term signed and/or dated and/or inscribed means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription are from the hand of the artist. The term bears a signature and/or date and/or inscription means that in our opinion the signature and/or date and/or inscription have been added by another hand. Dimensions are given height before width.

Pictures are framed unless otherwise stated.

Artists Resale Rights In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006, all lots marked † 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) 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

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CONDITIONS OF SALE

concerning any lot are subject to any statements modifying or affecting the same made by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to any bid being accepted for the lot.

1. Definitions. In these Conditions Halls Holdings Limited act only as auctioneers and agents for the seller and the representative of Halls Holdings Limited conducting the auction is called the “Auctioneer”.

4. Rescission. notwithstanding any other terms of these Conditions, if within fourteen days after the sale Halls Holdings Limited have received from the buyer of any lot notice in writing that in his view the lot is a deliberate forgery and within twenty-one days after such notification the buyer returns the same to Halls Holdings Limited in the same condition as at the time of sale and by producing evidence, the burden of proof to be upon the buyer, satisfies Halls Holdings Limited that considered in the light of the entry in the catalogue the lot is a deliberate forgery then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price of the same refunded. The seller and the buyer agree to be bound by Halls Holdings Limited’s decision

2. General. Whilst Halls Holdings Limited make every effort to ensure the accuracy of their catalogues and the description of any lot:(a) Each lot as set out in the catalogue or as divided or combined with any other lot or lots sold by the seller with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. (b) Halls Holdings Limited do not accept responsibility for the authenticity, attribution, genuineness, origin, authorship, date, age, period, condition or quality of any lot unless they have been instructed in writing by the seller to so certify, and in such case the auctioneers do so as agents of the seller and are not themselves responsible for such claims. (c) All statements whether printed in the catalogue or made orally as to any of the matters set out in (b) above are statements of opinion only and are not to be taken as being or implying any warranties or representations of fact by Halls Holdings Limited unless they have been instructed in writing by the seller to so certify. (d) Any claim under any Statute must be received in writing by the Auctioneers within ten days of the day of the sale.

5. Default. Halls Holdings Limited disclaim responsibility for default by either the buyer or the seller because they act as agents for the seller only and therefore do not pay out to the seller until payment is received from the buyer. Instructions given by telephone are accepted at the sender’s risk and must be confirmed in writing forthwith. 6. In the event of a sale by private treaty both the seller and the buyer agree to be bound by the general and any Special Conditions of Sale.

7. Third Party Liability. Every person on Halls Holdings Limited’s premises at any time shall be deemed to be there at his own risk. He shall have no claim against Halls Holdings Limited in respect of any accident which may occur or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused, save in so far as the injury, damage or loss shall be caused by the direct negligence of Halls Holdings Limited’s employees.

3. The Auction. (a) The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots or withdraw any lot or lots from the sale, to refuse bids, regulate bidding or cancel the sale without in any case giving any reason or without previous notice. He may bid on behalf of the seller for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve or at the auctioneer’s discretion. (b) The highest bidder shall be the buyer except in the case of a dispute. The Auctioneer may at his sole discretion determine the advance of bidding or refuse a bid. 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. (c) Each lot is put up for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the seller. Where no reserve has been placed (but not otherwise) the seller has the right to bid either personally or by any one person on his behalf (who may be the Auctioneer). (d) All conditions, notices, descriptions, statements and other matters in the catalogue and elsewhere

CONDITIONS OF SALE APPLICABLE TO BUYERS 8. Inspection. opportunity is given for inspection and each buyer by making a bid for a lot acknowledges that he has satisfied himself fully before bidding by inspection or otherwise to all the Sale Conditions, the physical condition of and description of the lot including but not restricted to whether the lot is damaged or has been repaired or restored. 9. Property and Risk. The legal title in a lot shall not pass to the buyer until the lot(s) has been paid for in full and the Auctioneers shall be entitled to a lien on any lot sold until the purchase price (as defined in 10 below) is paid in full but each lot is at the sole risk of the buyer from the fall of the hammer. Each buyer shall 38


13. Commission to Bid. Halls Holdings Limited will execute bids on behalf of intending buyers unable to attend the sale at no charge. Halls Holdings Limited undertake to purchase lots as cheaply as allowed by other bids and reserves. Bids must be submitted in writing and whilst every care is taken in carrying out instructions Halls Holdings Limited cannot be held responsible for errors or omissions made in carrying out such bids.

forthwith give his full names and permanent address and if called upon to do so by the Auctioneer shall forthwith pay Halls Holdings Limited such proportion of the purchase price as the Auctioneer may require. If the buyer fails to do so, the lot may at the auctioneer’s sole direction be put up again and re-sold. 10. Every bidder shall be deemed to act as principal unless there is in force a written acknowledgement by Halls Holdings Limited that he acts as agent on behalf of a named principal.

14. Lots on which Value Added Tax is payable on or included in the hammer price are indicated in the catalogue or description sheet with a sign. VAT is payable on or included in the hammer price of such lots at the rates prevailing on the day of the auction.

11. Removal of Goods. (a) no purchase shall be claimed or removed until the sale has been concluded. All lots shall be paid for and removed at the buyer’s risk and expense by the end of the second working day after the sale, failing which the Auctioneer shall not be responsible if the same are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, and all lots not so removed shall remain at the risk of the buyer and subject to a warehousing charge. If they are not paid for and removed within seven days of the sale the Auctioneer may re-sell them by auction or privately without notice to the buyer. Any liability which there may be on the part of the Auctioneer in respect of any loss shall be restricted to a maximum of the price paid by the buyer of the lot. (b) In the event of any failure of the buyer to comply with any of the above conditions the damages recoverable by the seller or the Auctioneers from the defaulter shall include any loss arising on any re-sale of the lots, together with the charges and expenses in respect of both sales, and together with interest at 2% above Handelsbanken Base Rate upon the price of any lot which has not been paid for within forty-eight hours of the sale, and any money deposited in part payment shall be held by the Auctioneers on account of any liability of the defaulter to them or to the seller. The Auctioneers are unable to accept payment from successful bidders other than in cash or by the bidder’s own cheque. Cheques drawn by third parties, whether in the auctioneer’s favour or requiring endorsement, cannot be accepted.

CONDITIONS OF SALE APPLICABLE TO SELLERS 15. The seller authorises Halls Holdings Limited to deduct commission at the published rate and to retain the buyer’s premium of 19.5% plus VAT. The seller agrees to pay all special advertising charges and illustration charges (see 24) insomuch that they are reasonable. Scale of Commission - Halls Business tariff card available at all Halls offices and salerooms on request. 16. Value Added Tax. A seller who sends for sale by auction any chattel(s) which is an asset of his business must disclose to the Auctioneer whether or not he is a registered person for Value Added Tax purposes and, if so, his registered number and whether or not he intends to operate the Dealer Margin Scheme covering works of art, etc. This information must be supplied to the Auctioneer on or prior to delivery of the goods. 17. Instructions. All goods delivered to the Auctioneers’ premises will be deemed to be delivered for Sale by Auction and will be catalogued and sold accordingly unless special instructions are recorded on the receipt.

12. Purchase Price. The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium at the stated rates on the hammer price of 19.5%. Under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme operated by HM Customs & Excise, the premium does attract VAT as an addition to the stated premium rate.There is a 2.5% surcharge on all transactions made by credit card along with a one pound fee for payments on debit cards under twenty five pounds.

18. Reserves. Halls Holdings Limited will be pleased to advise on suitable protective reserves but if no reserves have been received prior to the day of the Sale, the lot will be sold without reserve or at the discretion of the Auctioneer. Reserves must be confirmed in writing or notified on the receipt at the time of delivery. 39


19. Indemnity. Vendors shall indemnify Halls Holding Ltd against any claims in connection with goods sold by Halls on the vendor’s behalf. 20. Collections. The Auctioneers undertake the collection of expressly as Agents, they will if recommend a carrier on the which there will be a charge.

designed and free from any defect not obvious on external inspection which could prove dangerous to human life or health, and will indemnify Halls its servants and agents against any loss or damage suffered by any breach of the above warranty. 26. Agency. The Auctioneers act throughout as Agents only and are not responsible for any default by the buyer. Halls Holdings Limited disclaim liability for paying the vendor until they have received settlement from the purchaser.

do not themselves goods but acting required, instruct or vendor’s behalf for

21. Withdrawals. Where a seller cancels instructions for sale, or where a lot is withdrawn for any reason other than misattribution or authenticity, Halls Holdings Limited reserves the right to charge a fee equal to 10% plus VAT of the reserve price of the lot, or where no reserve has been fixed, Halls’ lower estimate of the item(s) withdrawn, together with any expenses incurred in relation to the item(s) withdrawn.

27. Warehousing. The Auctioneers exempt themselves from any liability to goods delivered to their salerooms without sufficient sale instructions, and reserve the right to make a warehousing charge in this respect. A similar warehousing charge will be applicable for goods left on their premises after they have requested the vendor to remove them.

22. Insurance. Halls Fine Art are not regulated by the FSA for the provision of insurance to its clients. However, Halls Holdings Limited, for its own protection insures property consigned to it at bottom pre sale estimate, unless the item has been sold, in which instance property is insured at the hammer price for loss, occasioned as a result of theft, fire or negligence whilst in their custody or control.

28. Unsold Goods. Unsold goods must be collected if they are not to be re-offered within 14 days following receipt of any after sale advice slip. Halls Holdings Limited reserve the right to sell by auction on behalf of the vendor without reserve any items after this period. 29. Important Notice. Any monies held on your behalf will be held in a Clients Bank Account at the Handelsbanken, Shrewsbury and will be protected by the FSA. Furthermore for your protection, Halls adhere to the Clients Monies rules of the RICS. Any incidental interest earned on such monies will be retained by Halls as part of their terms of engagements, and by instructing Halls to act on your behalf, you are agreeing to and endorsing that course of action.

23. Warranty of Title. The seller warrants to Halls Holdings Limited and to the buyer that he is the true owner of the property or is properly authorised to sell the property by the true owner and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 24. Photography. Vendors give Halls Holdings Limited the right to photograph and illustrate and promote any lot placed with them for sale and to use such photographs and illustrations at any time at their discretion, whether or not in connection with the auction.

RICS operates a Clients’ Money Protection Scheme (CMPS). This scheme, of last resort, covers direct loss of clients’ money as a result of misappropriation (or equivalent) by a RICS Regulated Firm, up to a £50,000 limit. The CMPS nor Halls will provide protection for the failure of a bank. But protection for bank failure is provided by The Financial Services Compensation Scheme up to a £50,000 limit.

25. Electrical and Mechanical Goods. The seller and consignor of electrical or mechanical goods warrants and undertakes to Halls Holdings Limited that on the date received by Halls that the same are safe if reasonably used for the purpose for which they were

A copy of Halls complaints procedure is on display at all Halls offices, and a copy will be made available to you on request.

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Lots in this sale may be purchased with notes, coins or travellers cheques in sterling provided that the total payable by you does not exceed the equivalent in sterling of €15,000. If the amount payable by you exceeds the equivalent of €15,000, the balance must be paid otherwise than in notes, coins or travellers cheques. These conditions are in accordance with The Money Laundering Regulations 2003. 40


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