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Country House Jewellery, Fine Art & Library Auction Wednesday 3 to Saturday 6 April & Thursday 11 April 2019 at Bishton Hall, Staffordshire


The Fryer Collection of Important Stamp & Banknote Designs for Waterlow & Sons Thursday 9 May at 11am Catalogues and live bidding online at www.the-saleroom.com Printed Catalogues: £5 each or £8 by post Preview at Bishton Hall, Wolseley Bridge, Staffordshire, ST17 OXN Sunday 5 May 12pm to 4pm Tuesday 7 May 11am to 4pm Wednesday 8 May 11am to 7pm Thursday 9 May 9am to 11am

Please contact: Jim Spencer BA(Hons) Head of Books, Associate Director jspencer@hansonsauctioneers.co.uk 01283 733988

A Prime Minister’s Life: The Collection of Lord Harold Wilson and Lady Mary Wilson of Rievaulx

Friday 10 May at 11am Catalogues and live bidding online at www.the-saleroom.com Printed Catalogues: £5 each or £8 by post Preview at Bishton Hall, Wolseley Bridge, Staffordshire, ST17 OXN Sunday 5 May 12pm to 4pm Tuesday 7 May 11am to 4pm Wednesday 8 May 11am to 7pm Thursday 9 May 9am to 4pm Friday 10 May 9am to 11am

Please contact: Jim Spencer BA(Hons) Head of Books, Associate Director jspencer@hansonsauctioneers.co.uk 01283 733988


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COUNTRY HOUSE JEWELLERY, FiNE ART & LiBRARY AUCTiON Wednesday 3, Thursday 4, Friday 5, Saturday 6 & Thursday 11 April at 11am each day IMPORTANT NOTE: to be held on location at Bishton Hall, Wolseley Bridge, Staffordshire, ST17 OXN Jewellery & Watches David Byrne FIRV, FGA, DGA Kate Bliss MRICS, FGA Helen Smith BA(Hons) Isabel Murtough Adrian Rathbone BA(Hons) Silver Victoria Sheppard Ceramics & Glass Jill & Alan Finney (Connoisseur Ceramics) Charles Hanson BA(Hons) Paintings & Works of Art Adrian Rathbone BA(Hons) Andrew Bowyer (Consultant) Books, Maps & Prints Jim Spencer BA(Hons) Furniture & Clocks Karen van hoy Smith Edward Rycroft BA(Hons) MA Photographers Mark Laban Emma Errington

Direct Line to Bishton Hall on Preview and Auction days ONLY 07469 353078 Enquiries and absentee bid line 01283 733988 ViEWiNG Saturday 30 March Monday 1 April Tuesday 2 April Wednesday 10 April Auction Days from

11am – 3pm 11am – 4pm 11am – 7pm 11am – 7pm 9am – 10.30am

Buyer’s premium: please note that a premium of 20% plus VAT will be charged on all lots in the sale. There will be a surcharge of 5% plus VAT on all lots sold online. Catalogue £8.00 (£10.00 by post) All lots can be viewed and Live bidding at www.the-saleroom.com Contact us on 01283 733988 Hansons Auctioneers Heage Lane, Etwall, Derbyshire DE65 6LS

Welcome to our Country House Jewellery, Fine Art & Library Auction With the long awaited promise of Spring and warmer days ahead, it is once again with pleasure we are back at Bishton Hall, Staffordshire. The Christmas Auction seems a distant memory now but we are still in awe of the rare 'Montecarlo' Tudor Oysterdate wristwatch which sold for a record £51,100. Over the past few months, myself and my team have selected a choice range of objects for you to revel in, including select contents from The Hall, nr Ashbourne. From dazzling diamonds and luxury watches to shimmering silver, intricate artwork and desirable books and manuscripts - there is something for everyone. Day one, Wednesday 3rd April is devoted to jewellery, gold and watches with Lot 88, an impressive 8.5 carat diamond solitaire ring is estimated at £30,000-50,000. There is also no shortage of luxury watches with Lot 351, an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak leading the selection. On day two, Thursday 4th April, design aficionados will admire Lot 1187, a super stylish silver spoon by Josef Hoffman and estimated to fetch £800-1,200. Day three, Friday 5th April will showcase our collection of connoisseur ceramics, works of art and The Lloyd Marlow collection of buttons which has already been generating international interest. Day four, Saturday 6th April: fine antique furniture is here in abundance with country house staples such as Lot 3225, a grand set of fourteen George III mahogany dining chairs from the dining room at The Hall, Nr Ashbourne. For those who have a love of the fairground will not want to miss Lot 3210, an Edwardian carousel attributed to Lakins of Streatham. On Thursday 11th, a fine selection of paintings will be offered - from traditional antique portraits, landscapes and equestrian art to a newly discovered work by one of Australia's leading artists, Sir Sidney Nolan, (Lot 4062). The Library Auction will be a fitting finale with fishing enthusiasts urged to check our the large private collection of various incarnations Izaak Walton's 'The Compleat Angler'. I hope you enjoy the catalogue. Adrian Rathbone BA(Hons) Fine Arts Valuation Associate Director Hansons Auctioneers Front Cover: Lot 4019 Rear Cover: Lot 2342


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Condition RepoRts & image Requests

ORDER OF AUCTiON WEDNESDAY 3 APRiL AT 11AM Fine Jewellery & Coins Luxury Watches

1 – 344 345 – 423

THURSDAY 4 APRiL AT 11AM Silver

1000 – 1307

FRiDAY 5 APRiL AT 11AM Glass and Ceramics

2000 – 2080

Connoisseur Ceramics

2081 – 2177

Asian Ceramics

2178 – 2195

Asian Works of Art

2196 – 2206

European Works of Art

2207 – 2307

The Lloyd Marlow Button Collection

2308 – 2363

Textiles

2364 – 2383

Militaria

2384 – 2396

SATURDAY 6 APRiL AT 11AM Clocks

3000 – 3016

Furniture

3017 – 3229

THURSDAY 11 APRiL Pictures: at 11am

4000 – 4150

The Library Auction: Prints, Maps & Books: at 1.30pm 4200 – 4570 Notice Regarding Payments at Bisthon Hall Payments at Bishton Hall may be made on auction days 9-5pm or until sale ends, then Monday 8th, Tuesday 9th, Wednesday 10th, Friday 12th, 9-5pm. Purchases not collected on each respective auction date will be transferred to the Etwall Saleroom for collection. We strongly advise buyers check with us as to the location of their purchases before making a journey.

Certain, but not all Lots in this catalogue bear a brief reference to condition. Please note that this is meant as a guide and is our opinion only. These are not to be taken as a statement of fact. It is up to the buyer to satisfy themselves as to the condition of any Lot in which they intend to bid. Nor does it imply where no reference to condition is made that a Lot is free of any issues. Condition reports are constantly revised so please check with us for any updates. We are pleased to supply detailed or revised condition reports and additional image requests by email upon request and these must be received by us in good time. This service closes the day prior to the auction taking place. We do not offer verbal condition reports.

LiVe Bidding is aVaiLaBLe FoR tHis auCtion Hansons can offer an online bidding service via www.the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. Bid here without being here: all you need is your computer and an internet connection and you can make real-time bids online the-saleroom.com. You don’t have to be a computer whizz. All you have to do is visit www.the-saleroom.com and register to bid – it’s just like being in the auction room. A live audio and visual feed means you can see and hear the auctioneer at exactly the same time as the other bidders. You see the lots on your computer screen as they appear in the auction room, and the auctioneer is aware of your bids the moment you make them. Just register and click to bid! Please be advised that any bids made via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 5% commission on the hammer price plus VAT.

Select contents from The Hall, Mappleton, near Ashbourne, Derbyshire Image courtesy of Caudwell & Co.


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WEDNESDAY 3 APRiL AT 11AM FiNE JEWELLERY, GOLD & WATCHES

Lot 358


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9 1 A pair of Tiffany & Co 14ct yellow gold chain cufflinks, fluted hexagonal plates, gross weight approx 12.5gms (2) Condition: Good, general wear and tear, 10328 hand scratched to reverse of each cufflink £300 - £400 2 A Victorian 9ct gold Albert lozenge link chain, with hard stone swivel fob, total gross weight approx 45.7gms £300 - £400 3 A diamond and 18ct white gold ring, set with three round brilliant cut diamonds, the central stone measuring approximately 6.1mm, approx 0.73 carat, the outer diamonds measuring approx 4.5mm, the three with a total diamond weight of approximately 1.60 carat, assessed clarity SI1-2, assessed colours E/F £1500 - £2000 4 An 18ct. yellow gold rope twist choker, with double tassel pendant, clasp stamped “750”, length approx 43cm, gross weight approx 20.3gms £350 - £370 5 An 18ct gold bracelet, formed from a series of rectangular links with brushed finish concave centres and engraved edges, stamped “.750” and “1 AR”, length approx 19.4cm, gross weight approx 26.7gms £400 - £600 6 A yellow metal and gem-set pendant, set with diamond, ruby, emerald, sapphire, pearl, amethyst, garnet, tourmaline, tigers eye and quartz, with a later pendant bale and box clasp mechanism, approx 4.5cm over loop, total gross weight approx 28.3gms £380 - £420 7 An 18ct gold graduated fringe style necklace, import marks for Birmingham 1987 approx 52gms £800 - £1200 4

11 8 A Victorian 15ct gold and amethyst thimble, chased Greek key style border, stamped AM NM 585, morocco case, approx 3.4gms gross. A Victorian silver thimble, set with six oval coral cabochon stones, unmarked; together with another Victorian thimble inset with amethyst, moonstone, turquoise and coloured paste stones. A 9ct gold thimble, with matt textured ground, S.J.R Birmingham 1995, approx 5.7gms; and a Victorian gold thimble, stamped 9, approx 4.5gms (5) £400 - £450 9 A Victorian gold thimble, set with turquoise cabachons, approx 5.6gms; a gold thimble cast with flowerheads and set with turquoise cabachons in a sinuous band, approx 9.1gms; a gold thimble, set with white glass, stamped PH 585, approx 3.2gms; a 9ct gold thimble, set with orange paste, Birmingham 1926, approx 5.4gms (4) £400 - £450 10 Seven assorted gold thimbles, most with French 18ct gold control marks, total gross weight approx 28.3gms (7) £500 - £700 11 A Victorian gold thimble, chased with fruiting vine to band before vacant cartouche, approx 4.2gms. A Victorian gold thimble with frosted ground and stylised leaf border, approx 6gms; a Victorian gold thimble, with filigree detail on plain band, approx 7.3gms; a Continental silver and gold thimble, approx 6.8gms; a Victorian gold thimble, chased with foliate band, approx 4.3gms; together with another Victorian gold thimble, approx 4.2gms (6) £440 - £460 12 A gold thimble, stamped 14k, approx 6gms, cased; two gold thimbles approx 10.8gms gross; an enamelled thimble, and a yellow metal thimble (5) £200 - £250

13 13 A Victorian gold thimble, with vacant cartouche, approx 4.3gms; a Victorian gold thimble with stippled engraved foliate band, approx 3.3gms; a Victorian two tone gold thimble, with shield vacant cartouche before foliate band, approx 4.1gms; a Victorian gold thimble, with cast undulating base, approx 3.9gms; a Victorian gold thimble, chased with foliate scrolls, approx 4.1gms; a 9ct gold thimble, Birmingham 1980, maker JF, approx 3.9gms (6) £400 - £450

14 A diamond and emerald threestone platinum ring, the central emerald-cut emerald approx. 2.0 carats, two round brilliant cut diamonds approx 1.40 carats each, assessed colours I/J, assessed clarities SI, claw settings, ring size O1/2, total gross weight approx 4.9gms Condition: Wear and broken tips to four of the claws only, otherwise good £3000 - £5000 15 A Victorian Scottish white metal hardstone bracelet, set with eight panels of various stones, buckle clasp chased with foliate scrolls, registration no. lozenge, makers mark B&C, approx 20.5cm long, gross weight 26.2gms £200 - £250 16 A late 17th/early 18th Century oval ‘Momento Mori’ mourning slide, enclosing central panel of hair before gilt wired monogram, probably Queen Mary II, before winged cherubs and crowned heart, unmarked, uninscribed, circa 1700 £240 - £260 17 A 19th century yellow metal and diamond arrow brooch, set with rosecut diamonds, approx 6cm long, gross weight approx 6.5gms £80 - £120

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18 An Art Deco diamond and platinum brooch, the geometric design set with baguette and round-cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 5.0carats, rub over and grain settings, hinged pin and roll loop brooch fittings, later replacements, dimensions approx. 3cm x 2.5cm, total gross weight approx 9.4gms Condition: Good-diamonds and settings intact, note later hinged pin brooch fittings £600 - £800 19 An Edwardian emerald and diamond set 18ct yellow gold hinged bangle, a total of eight emerald cut emeralds alternating with eight old cut diamonds, matt finished gold, makers stamp L&G, gross weight approximately 33.4gms, complete in box Condition: Good overall condition, all stones and settings intact, no obvious damage or repair, minor wear and tear only £1400 - £1600

20 A Belle Époque diamond and seed pearl two row necklace, the diamond set tassel drop comprising eight principal round old-cut diamonds, with smaller diamonds between, total diamond weight approx. 3.0 carats, multi tassel seed pearl drops below, the double row necklace with square diamond set spacers, the length approx. 750mm, tassel drop 120mm in length Condition: Good overall- note one seed pearl tassel detached £1500 - £2000 21 A platinum and diamond fivestone ring, set with round old-cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx 1.0 carat, ring size Q, total gross weight 5gms Condition: Good overall- settings intact, no obvious damage or repair £600 - £800 22 A sapphire and diamond curved bow shape 18ct white gold brooch, set with square channel set sapphires with an oval sapphire to the centre, measuring approximately 1 carat, small round eight cut diamonds flush bead set to borders, total diamond weight approximately 1 carat, approximately 5cm long Condition: Very good, no obvious damage or repair, minor wear and tear only £300 - £500

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28 A diamond Art Deco style bar brooch, stylised wing design, nine stylized pointed feathers mirrored to each side, rub over and grain set with round old cut and rose cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 2.0 carats, dimensions approx. 6.5cm long, total gross weight approx 14.4gms, unmarked white metal Condition: Overall good- all diamonds and settings intact, no obvious damage or repair £300 - £400 29 A George Vi 9ct gold cigarette case, engine turned chevron pattern, vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1946, approx 213.6gms £1800 - £2000

23 An Edwardian diamond threestone bar brooch, three round old cut diamonds, the centre diamond weighing approx. 1.0 carat, the two diamonds one to each end, weighting approx. 0.50ct each, assessed colour H/I, assessed clarities SI 2, claw set on a knife-edge bar, approx 6.5cm long, gross weight approx 5.9gms Condition: Very good- all claws intact, no obvious damage or repair £800 - £1200

30 A 9ct gold curved rectangular vesta case, engine turned, maker B&S, Birmingham 1926,approx 22gms Condition: Small dent and wear to engine turned front £250 - £300

24 Edvard Kindt Larsen for Georg Jensen, an 18 carat gold Danish Modernist necklace, 1104 A, designed circa 1950, import marks, Birmingham 1976, 41cm long, approx 59.7gms £2500 - £2800

32 An Edwardian 9ct gold sovereign case of circular form, Birmingham 1907, approx 15.9gms £200 - £250

25 Edvard Kindt Larsen for Georg Jensen, an 18 carat gold Danish Modernist bracelet, 1104 A, designed 1950s, import marks, London 1976, 19.5cm long, approx 29.8gms £1000 - £1200

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27 A yellow and green 18ct gold necklace, the fancy links comprising grooved U shaped green gold links with grooved and flat curb yellow gold separators, a tongue and box snap clasp, stamped ‘750’, assessed as 18ct gold throughout, 450mm long, weighing approximately 48.8gms Condition: Very good, very little sign of wear, no obvious damage or repair £900 - £1000

26 An 18ct gold necklace, circa 1950’s, of stylized winged design, approx 38cm long, approx 38.2gms £600 - £900

31 A 9 ct gold sovereign holder, chased with foliate scrolls, maker W.N, Chester, gross weight approx 14.5gms £200 - £250

33 A Victorian 9ct gold sovereign case of circular form, Alfred Wigley, Birmingham 1901, approx 15.8gms £200 - £220 34 A George V 9ct gold sovereign case of circular form, Chester 1910, no maker’s mark, approx 14gms £200 - £250

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 35 A George iii yellow gold mourning ring, oval glazed head to a panel of ivory painted in monochrome with an urn and plinth, the band black enamelled with raised gold lettering to exterior JAMES SHERWIN, OB JAN 16, 1777, AE 64 Condition: Overall good, some wear fading to painting, small minor loss to black enamel £350 - £380

36 A Victorian mourning ring, shield shape cartouche inscribed ‘In Memory of’, the shank set with plaited hair, engraved to inside shank Thomas Smith, died July 30th 1865, aged 67 yrs, gross weight approx 2.1gms; together with another 19th century mourning ring, approx 1.2gms (2) £100 - £150 37 A George iii 18ct gold memorial ring, the central band inscribed ‘In Memory Of’, flanked by floral bands, inner band inscribed ‘Charles Thomas Sharpe died April 9th 1821 Aged 50 years’, London 1820, approx 8.8gms, size approx Q and an 18ct gold Victorian mourning ring, London 1845, approx 2.7gms, size T1/2 (2) £150 - £200 38 A William iV yellow metal and black enamel mourning brooch, inscribed ‘In Memory Of’, set with a lock of hair, inscribed to verso ‘Richard Shaw Died 31st Dec 1831 Aged 42’, approx 3cm long, gross weight approx 12.4gms, tests as approx 9ct. A Victorian mourning brooch, the oval panel set with spray and curls of hair, scrolling mount, plaited hair to verso and inscribed ‘Mary Mander died Nov 2 1850 aged 37’, approx 5.5cm long, gross weight approx 19.8gms, tests as approx 9ct; together with a 19th century oval panel set with hair (3) £80 - £120 39 A 19th century gold and pearl mourning ring, central flowerhead set with five split pearls, centered with a green paste stone, scrolling shoulders, vacant panel to verso; ring size K, approx 2.4gms, tests as approx 15ct; together with a 19th century gold ring set with green and purple paste stones, tests as approx 15ct, size O, approx 2.4gms (2) £100 - £150 6

40 Two 19th century gold seal fobs, cast and chased with scrolls, one circular and one star shaped, on a gold loop, tests as approx 15ct, total gross weight approx 14.2gms £150 - £200 41 A George iii mourning ring, inscription for 1786, lozenge shape, ivory initialed centre, hair and blue enamelled border, size G, approx 6.9gms, tests as approx 15ct Condition: glass damage, some blue enamel loss £200 - £250 42 Ashford marble, a circular brooch, inlaid floral spray, white metal mount, approx 4.5cm diam £30 - £50 43 A late Victorian 9ct gold combination vesta and sovereign case, of oblong form, Walter and George Myers, Birmingham 1899, approx 30.8gms £450 - £500 44 An 18ct gold leaf brooch, set with small old cut diamonds to central bow, approx 21gms, approx 5.5cm x 4.3cm Condition: Good, all diamonds intact, no obvious damage or repairs £380 - £420 45 A 9ct gold identity bracelet, plain polished and bark effect patterning, the I.D plate lightly engraved with name, approx 119gms Condition: Good, scratches wear and tear throughout £800 - £1200 46 A 9ct rose gold double fob chain with enamelled medallion inscribed Birmingham 1911, toggles, t-bar and links all hallmarked 9ct, total gross weight approx 32.5gms; A 9ct. gold watch chain and fob circa 1912, 56.2gms approx (2) £800 - £1000 47 A 9ct gold double link charm bracelet with charms, weighing approx 43.3gms; a charm bracelet, the chain marked 9 ct. gold, with eleven charms, some marked 9 ct. gold, total combined gross weight 34gms approx; A 9ct gold padlock charm bracelet, 13.5gms approx (3) £800 - £1200

48 A 9ct gold and enamel shield fob, enamelled with a pigeon in a chased foliate scroll mount, inscribed to verso ‘B.S.E.H.S best average J.Walker 1929, on a 9ct gold graduated curb-link albert with t-bar, gross weight approx 42.9gms £380 - £420 49 A 9ct gold fancy knot design gate link bracelet with padlock fastener, weighing approx. 18.5gms approx; and a 9ct gold charm bracelet with padlock fastener, solid twisted curb link, weighing 47.6gms approx (2) £600 - £650 50 An 18 ct gold charm bracelet and padlock fastener, eleven assorted 9 ct gold charms, approx. 34gms; together with a 9ct gold charm bracelet, approx 34.1gms (2) £600 - £650 51 A gentlemen’s flat curb-link bracelet, approx 28.4gms; a 9ct gold gentleman’s flat curb-link bracelet approx 49.3gms; together with a 9ct gold gentleman’s flat curb-link necklace, approx 91.4gms (3) £1400 - £1600 52 A 9ct rose gold graduated curb link bracelet approx 24gms; a 9ct gold graduating link Albert chain, toggle to each end, approximately 47.4gms; a rose gold 9 ct modified watch chain, approx 22gms (3) £800 - £1000 53 An 18ct gold twist bracelet with large fastener, approximately 22.5gms, 185 mm long Condition: Very good, no damage or repair £400 - £600 54 A 9ct gold fringe necklace, textured graduated drops, Sheffield 1977, approx 46cm long, approx 30.3gms; with matching drop earrings, approx 1.8gms £250 - £300 55 A pair of 9ct gold cufflinks with rectangular shaped terminals and bright cut engraved, Birmingham 1985, approx 10gms, a pair of 18ct gold canted rectangular cufflinks, approx 11.3gms, monogrammed; a pair of 18ct gold oval monogrammed cufflinks, approx 11gms (3) £400 - £600

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 56 A pair of 18ct gold oval cufflinks, monogrammed, approx 5.4gms; together with a pair of navette 9ct rose-gold cufflinks, approx 3.2gms (a/f ). A pair of 9ct gold oval cufflinks, approx 5.1gms (3) £160 - £180 57 A 9ct gold pair of oval link chain cufflinks with engine turned pattern detail, approx 5gms; and a pair of 9ct gold rectangular monogrammed cuff links, approx 4.1gms (2) £80 - £100 58 A Victorian 18ct gold, diamond and black enamel mourning ring, set with three old-cut diamonds, the central stone approx 4.25mm x 4.55mm x 2.92mm, size T, gross weight approx 4.4gms £150 - £180 59 A collection of twenty-two assorted 9ct gold rings, total gross weight approx 71.3gms £600 - £700 60 Four 18ct gold rings, including a turquoise and diamond set ring, total gross weight approx 16.6gms (4) £250 - £300 61 A Victorian 18ct gold seed pearl mourning ring, Chester 1893, approx 2.8gms; together with three 22ct gold bands, gross weight 9.1gms (4) £250 - £270 62 A George V half sovereign ring, the coin curved and soldered to shoulders, gross weight approx 4.8gms; and a 9ct gold signet ring, 5.5gms; a 9ct. gold belcher link chain, lobster claw clasp impressed “9kt”, length 19.8cm, approx 16.4gms (3) £260 - £280 63 Roman (2nd - 3rd century AD) oval bezel set with a carnelian intaglio engraved with faint portrait, on a later shank, ring size O, gross weight 3.6gms £300 - £350 64 A 9ct gold and enamel stick pin, the circular terminal enamelled with a portrait of a greyhound, inscribed ‘Blackheath’, approx 7cm long, Birmingham 1901, gross weight approx 5.5gms £100 - £150

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65 USA gold Dollar, 1856 with attached yellow metal mount with loop ring, approx 2gms. A 9ct gold Birmingham Chess Club medal 1913, approx 8gms; a 9ct gold and enamelled Irish Harp pendant, approx 7gms; a 9ct gold running medal, Birmingham 1926, approx 6.8gms; together with another running medal, Birmingham 1927, approx 8.4gms (5) £300 - £350 66 A Victorian gold and pearl starburst brooch, set with graduated split pearls, approx 3.5cm wide, approx 7.4gms, tests as approx 15ct, makers mark DHJ, hallmarks rubbed, with pendant loop; a 19th Century gold circular shaped pendant, enamelled depicting lady feeding dove within a border of split pearls, stamped ‘15’, approx 3cm diam, approx 11.2gms (damage to enamel); a 19th Century Austro-Hungarian style gold and enamel brooch, set with an enamelled portrait of a young lady, in a scrolling black and white enamel frame, approx 2.5cm x 3.3cm, gross weight approx 3.6gms, tests as approx 9k; and a smokey quartz and gold brooch, the heart-cut smokey quartz approx 25mm x 25mm x 14mm, set in gold stamped 9ct, gross weight approx 12.5gms (4) £150 - £200 67 An Art Deco white gold and diamond ring, the elongated fans set with round old-cut diamonds, stamped 18ct, size O1/2, approx 3.3gms; a white gold and diamond ring, the central stone approx 0.20ct, size P1/2, approx 4.5gms, tests as approx 18ct; and a 9ct gold, ruby and diamond cocktail ring, size O, approx 5.4gms (3) £150 - £200 68 A pair of Edwardian 9ct gold oval cufflinks, monogrammed, approx 6.3gms, Birmingham 1917; a West German 9ct gold and cultured pearl oval open pendant, import marks for Birmingham 1973, on a fine chain, 3.6gms gross, a fine rope-twist chain stamped 14k, approx 5gms and a fine box-link chain stamped 14k, approx 3.3gms; and two cruciform pendants stamped Jerusalem 18k, approx 6.3gms gross (6) £250 - £300

69 Four 9ct gold medallion fobs, one enamelled for Wellingborough Football Club 1894-5, total gross weight approx 27.9gms (4) £280 - £320 70 An 18ct gold Parker ball point pen Condition: good overall £50 - £80 71 A 9ct gold bracelet, having alternating circular and rectangular links, suspending a 9ct gold St Christopher, gross weight approx 18.7gms £180 - £200

72 A mid Victorian lava cameo brooch, finely carved in high relief depiction of a young girl, the oval yellow gold bezel setting with rope twist border, unmarked yellow metal, length approx 50mm x 40mm, pin and C clasp fastening, later safety chain, total gross weight approx 33.8 gms, complete in original fitted case Condition: Good- no sign of damage or repair to lava, some slight wear & tear to mount, very minor lead solder to reverse of mount £300 - £500

73 A pair of Deakin & Francis for Ralph Lauren, pave set 18ct white gold skull cufflinks, ruby set eyes, articulated jaw and moving eyes, sponsors mark R.L date 2006, total gross weight approx. 19.3gms Condition: Very Good-all stones present and intact, no sign of damage or repair £4000 - £4500

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74 A ruby and diamond cluster ring, the central ruby weighing approx.1.05 carat, with a border of six round brilliant cut diamonds, with a total diamond weight approx. 3.0 carats, assessed colour J/K, assessed clarity VS2/SI1, claw set unmarked platinum mount, size L1/2, total gross weight approx. 6.2gms Condition: Overall good- all stones intact, small chip to the ruby, wear & tear £2500 - £3500

75 A diamond two row yellow and white gold ring, comprising a total of fourteen graduated princess cut diamonds, channel rub-over set, with a total diamond weight approx. 2.0 carats (stamped to shank), platinum set 18ct gold shank, R1/2, total gross weight approx 8.5gms, boxed Condition: Overall good- wear & tear no visible sign of damage or repair £700 - £1000 76

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77 A loose fancy light yellow natural diamond, square modified cut, approx weight 0.33 ct - in sealed GIA blister pack, accompanied by GIA coloured diamond report, report stating 0.33ct, colour natural fancy light yellow £200 - £400

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78 A pink sapphire and diamond tennis bracelet, the central row of channel end set square sapphires set within a border of pave set round brilliant cut diamonds, total sapphire weight approx. 10 carats, total diamond weight approx. 2.0 carats, length approx. 180mm, unmarked white metal assessed as minimum of 14ct gold, box and tong clasp, total gross weight approx 26gms Condition: Good- all stones present and intact, minor wear & tear £3000 - £4000

80 Jacqueline Rabun for Georg Jensen, a silver bead bracelet, “Cave” design, marked to the clasp 925S Denmark, oval mark and patent No 441, length approx. 21cm, total gross weight approx. 97.9gms Condition: Very good, no obvious damage or repair, fine scratches minor wear and tear £300 - £500

79 A pair of circa 1920’s diamond flower head cluster drop earrings, 18ct white gold, a total diamond weight of approx 2.0 carats, assessed colour G/H, assessed clarity VS/SI, rub over and grain set, millegrain edge decoration, shepherds hook pierced ear fittings, length approx. 3cm, total gross weight approx. 3.5gms Condition: Very good, no damage or repair, wear and tear only £1000 - £1500

82 A pair of turquoise drop earrings, the oval cabochon turquoise stones each measuring approx. 8mm x 6mm, with a surround of diamonds, total diamond weight approx. 2.0 carats, set in 14ct gold stamped 14k, length approx. 50mm, total gross weight approx. 12gms, post and scroll fastenings Condition: Good, all stones present and intact, no visible sign of damage or repair £450 - £500

81 A 22ct gold chain necklace, square herringbone style links, length approx 28’’, double shepherd hook clasp, weight approx 35.3gms Condition: Good- no sign of damage or repair £900 - £1000

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83 A Georgian lovers eye miniature brooch, painting in oils of a blue eye, applied gold foliate surround, glazed, dimensions approx 16mm x 11mm, total gross weight approx 2.2gms, C clasp fastening Condition: Good overall, wear and tear, no engraving £100 - £150 87

84 A garnet and citrine set stylised 9ct gold spray brooch, flower head and leaf design with round and pear shaped garnets, 9ct gold, length approx. 7cm, total gross weight approx. 15gms Condition: Very good, all stones intact, minor wear and tear £250 - £350

85 An 18ct gold and enamel bracelet, the twelve openwork links decorated with blue enamel and pink tourmaline floral accents, tongue snap clasp with safety clip, length approx. 18cm, total gross weight approx 30.7gms Condition: Good overall- small enamel losses to one link £600 - £900

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86 An early Georgian gold mourning ring, inscribed and dated “TD 1727, to the outer black enamelled shank, set with a central cushion cut, faceted stone, high carat gold, ring size J, enamelled foiled blacked rock crystal total gross weight approx 2.65gms Condition: Good- slight loss to black enamel, discolouration to foil back, no obvious damage or repair £500 - £600 87 An Edwardian garland style diamond and seed pearl set drop fronted necklace, silver settings with yellow gold reverse, the diamond set dropper principal diamond weighing approx. 0.50 carat, diamond detail to bow and curved razor wire top, seed pearl set swags, unmarked, chain length approx. 17’’, total gross weight approx. 16.4gms Condition: Very good- diamonds and pearls and settings intact, no obvious damage or repair £2200 - £2600

88 An 8.5 carat diamond solitaire platinum ring, the round brilliant cut diamond weighing approx. 8.5 carats, assessed colour M/N, assessed clarity SI2, displaying high brilliance, platinum eight claw coronet setting, pointed shoulders to platinum shank, size O, total gross weight approx. 7.5gms Condition: Very good- all claws intact, no obvious damage or repair, minor wear and tear only £30000 - £50000 89 A gents diamond solitaire gypsy style 18ct gold signet ring, the cushion shaped old cut diamond approx. 1.50 carats, assessed colour M/N, assessed clarity VS, size S1/2, total gross weight 7.7gms Condition: Overall good, one claw broken, wear and tear only £1500 - £2000

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 94 An diamond solitaire, claw set 18ct white gold ring, the round brilliant cut diamond weighing approx. 0.59ct, assessed colour H, assessed clarity SI, tapered shoulders to four claw setting, size M, stamped.59 to shank, total gross weight approx. 3.4gms Condition: Very good - no obvious damage or repair, minor wear and tear only £800 - £1000

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90 A pair of Asian gold circular slave bangles, applied granular stylised floral beadwork, alternating with fancy stamped and faceted panels, applied panel to interior, stamped 916, hollow profile, approx 6mm wide x 67mm internal diameter, total gross weight approx 25.4gm Condition: Very good- no damage or repair £700 - £800 92 A Arts & Crafts design opal cameo set brooch, circa 1890, the yellow gold brooch attributed to Wilhelm Schmidt, the central marquise shaped opal cameo full length classical goddess figure, approx.18mm x 6mm, the scroll design surround with hammered finish, hinged pin and simple loop fittings to reverse, size approx. 3.5cm x 3cm, total gross weight approx. 4.8gms Condition: Good- no obvious damage or repair £2500 - £3000

91 A 1950’s ruby and diamond set 9ct yellow gold double tassel drop necklace, the central fringed ribbon detail set with alternate round cut rubies and diamonds, on a staggered diagonal patterned link chain, length approx. 16’’, total gross weight approx. 50.6gms, extender chain and bolt clasp fastening. Condition: Good- all stones intact minor wear & tear £550 - £600

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93 An early 20th Century ruby and diamond three stone platinum ring, the central round mixed cut ruby approx. 0.80ct, the two cushion shaped old cut diamonds with a total weight of approx. 1.50carats, assessed colours K/L, assessed clarity SI, size Q, total gross weight approx. 4.9gms Condition: Good- all claws intact, scratches wear and tear £1500 - £2000

95 A contemporary Middle Eastern style yellow metal fancy link chain, with turquoise set centre clasp, floral decoration, assessed as minimum of 14ct gold, chain length approx. 27’’, total gross weight approx. 25gms, later 9ct gold safety chain Condition: Good- all stones present and intact, minor wear and tear £200 - £400 96 An antique diamond and pearl set ring, comprising cinnamon, yellow and white diamonds with seed pearl accents, size N1/2, unmarked white metal assessed as 18ct gold, total gross weight approx 4.6gms Condition: All stones intact, sign of repair to shank £300 - £400 97 A diamond solitaire, the diamond weighing approx. 0.94 carat, stamped to shank, assessed colour H/I, assessed clarity I1, eight claw platinum set 18ct mount, size O1/2, total gross weight approx. 3gms Condition: Overall good- wear and tear to claws and mount £600 - £900

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98 A pair of amethyst briolette drop earrings, the amethysts approx. 20mm long suspended from a row of seed pearls with cabochon amethyst set tops, total length approx. 50mm, unmarked yellow metal, screw post fixings Condition: Overall good- wear & tear £180 - £200 99 An Edwardian moonstone and 15ct gold bar brooch, the central claw set cabochon moonstone approx 7.5mm, on a tapered 15ct gold bar, length approx 55mm, safety chain attached, total gross weight approx 3.7gms Condition: Good- stone intact, minor wear & tear £80 - £120

100 A Victorian diamond set star brooch, central oval old cut and round/cushion shaped diamonds to surround, a total diamond weight of approx. 3.0 carats, of which the centre stone weighs approx. 0.50 carat, the six ray star surround with silver settings with yellow gold reverse, detachable brooch fittings, pendant wire to top, dimensions approx. 30mm, total gross weight approx. 8.0gms Condition: Good- all stones intact, minor wear & tear only £1000 - £1500

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101 An Asian style yellow gold pendant fringe drop necklace, the bell shaped pendant with small bead cluster droppers, pendant length approx. 6cm, continuing to fancy three row and flower head single row alternating links with granular bead borders, length approx.17’’, applied pads to pendant stamped 916, assessed as 22ct gold, total gross weight approx. 34.4gms Condition: Good-clasp missing £900 - £1000

102 A Victorian enamel pendant, the oval domed black enamel form inset with a star set old cut diamond, within a border of half pearls, seed pearl set bail, glass hair compartment reserso, length approx 40mm inc bail, total gross weight approx 14.7gms Condition: Overall good- all stones present and intact, minor wear & tear £500 - £700 103 Two pairs of 2nd/3rd Century Middle Eastern earrings, comprising a lyre shaped version along with a granular circular shield shaped pair, both high carat gold (4) Condition: Overall good- wear and tear commensurate with age £500 - £600

104 An Edwardian diamond flower head cluster 18ct gold ring, with seven round old cut diamonds, the central diamond approx 0.50ct, assessed colour G/H, assessed clarity SI, the diamond surround approx 0.52ct, size P, total gross weight approx 3.1gms Condition: Very good- all diamonds and settings intact, wear and tear only £300 - £400

105 A diamond set stylized floral and scroll fronted 18ct two colour gold necklace, the rigid drop scroll open work design with two floral terminals, the whole pave set with small round cut diamonds weighing a total of approx. 3.0 carats, length approx 15’’, total gross weight approx 26.9gms Condition: Good- all diamonds intact, no obvious damage or repair £1500 - £2500

106 An opal stone set bar brooch, the central opal approx. 8mm x 5mm, red and green play of colour, three razor bar construction with five scroll and bead ends, length approx. 50mm, later steel pin and loop fitting, assessed as 14ct minimum, total gross weight approx. 5.5gms, cased Condition: Good- all stones present and intact, no obvious sign of damage or repair £120 - £150

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107 A white sapphire and 15ct gold bar brooch, the central collet set round sapphire weighing approx 0.20ct, tapered bars either side, stamped 15ct, length approx 60mm, later pin, total gross weight approx 3.3gms Condition: Overall good- minor wear & tear £80 - £120

110 108 A diamond five stone boat head 18ct gold ring, circa 1900, the five round old cut diamonds weighing a total of approx. 1.0 carat, ring size M, total gross weight 3.9gms Condition: Very good- diamonds and claws intact, minor scratches and wear and tear only £800 - £1200

109 A 19th Century oval hardstone cameo brooch, the finely carved bust profile of classical goddess with light brown reverse, the borders rub over and grain set with half seed pearls of 3.5mm diameters each, pierced gallery sides, hinged pin and loop brooch fittings, hinged pendant loop to top, 18ct gold French mark, measuring approx. 5.5cm x 4.5cm Condition: Overall good- slight nibbles to bottom of bust, note some lead solder to reverse bezel, complete in original fitted box £600 - £900

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110 A diamond and emerald necklace, five cabochon emeralds claw set to grain set diamond scroll detail, total emerald weight approx. 2.5 carats scroll set diamond front to white gold rope chain, unmarked 18ct white gold, length approx 18.5’’, total gross weight approx 25gms, along with a matching pair of earrings, set with a cabochon emerald to each, total emerald weight approx 2.0 carats, length approx 22mm, post and scroll fittings, total gross weight approx 5.6gms Condition: Good- all stones intact, no sign of visible damage or repair £2000 - £25000

111 A cultured pearl three row bracelet, with cultured pearl, diamond and emerald 14ct white gold clasp, the cultured pearls approx. 7mm diameter, stamped 585, clasp diameter approx 20mm, bracelet length approx 190mm Condition: Good- all stones present and intact, no visible sign of damage or repair £100 - £150

112 A Victorian single row pearl necklace with chrysoberyl and diamond clasp, the single graduated row of pearls assessed as natural, graduating between 6.3mm and 3.0mm diameters, length approx. 42cm, the oval clasp chrysoberyl centre with small rose cut diamond surround, silver settings, yellow gold reverse Condition: Good- no obvious damage or repair £2000 - £3000 113 A diamond and emerald cluster 18ct yellow gold line necklace, comprising seven oval emerald and diamond clusters, continuing to alternating emerald and diamond set triangular links, a total emerald weight approx. 7.0 carats, a total diamond weight of approx. 7.0 carats, box snap clasp, length approx. 19’’, total gross weight approx 56gms Condition: Overall good- please note one claw broken, one oval emerald loose, no other sign of damage or repair £2500 - £3500

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115 115 A diamond and sapphire set fronted 18ct white gold necklace, the rigid scroll drop with diamond set floral terminals, a total diamond weight of approx. 4.0 carats, a total blue sapphire weight of approx. 5.0 carats, claw and pave set continuing to rivet style white gold chain with tong snap clasp, length approx. 40cm, total gross weight approx. 56.7gms Condition: Good- all stones present and intact, no obvious sign of damage or repair £4000 - £6000 116 A diamond 18ct white gold full eternity ring, a total of twenty round brilliant cut diamonds with a total diamond weight of approx. 2.0 carats, rub over and claw set, the uniform white gold band 3.5mm wide, stamped to outer edge, ring size Q, total gross weight approx. 3.5gms Condition: Very good- all stones and settings intact, no obvious sign of damage or repair £800 - £1200

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114 A diamond three stone 18ct gold boat head ring, the three round brilliant cut diamonds, total diamond weight approx 1.0 carats, the centre stone approx. 0.50ct, size M, total gross weight approx. 4.0gms Condition: Very good- all claws intact, wear and tear only £700 - £900

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117 An emerald and diamond cluster bracelet, set with seven oval claw set emerald and diamond clusters with emerald set floral spacers, with a total emerald weight of approx. 4.0 carats, a total diamond weight of approx. 3.5 carats, tong snap clasp, length approx.18cm, unmarked assessed as 18ct yellow gold, total gross weight approx 22.4gms Condition: Good- all stones present and intact, no obvious damage or repair £1500 - £2000 118

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119 A pair of emerald and diamond oval cluster 18ct gold stud earrings, the two central oval cut emeralds weighing approx, 1.0 carat each, the diamond surround with a total diamond weight of approx 0.50ct, unmarked assessed as 18ct gold, total gross weight approx 3.7gms Condition: Very good- all stones and settings intact £1000 - £1500

120 A pair of diamond and sapphire 18ct white gold solid drop earrings, the scroll work drops with floral terminals, claw and pave set with a total diamond weight approx. 3.0 carats, and a total sapphire weight of approx. 1.5 carats, post and hinged loop pierced ear fittings, length approx. 5cm, total gross weight approx. 24.7gms Condition: very good- all stones and settings intact no sign of damage or repair £2000 - £3000

121 A diamond and sapphire fancy cluster,18ct white gold ring, stylized leaf and scroll design, pave and claw set with round brilliant cut diamonds weighing a total of approx. 1.0 carat, the blue sapphires weighing a total approx.1.0 carats, size O, total gross weight approx 9gms Condition: Very good- all stone and settings intact, no sign of damage or repair £1000 - £1500 122 A 19th Century micro mosaic brooch, classical river scene, black border to yellow metal mount, size approx. 40mm x 32mm, together with a pair of micro mosaic earrings with classical depictions of buildings, yellow metal, rope border on non pierced screw fittings and a similar button Condition: Overall good- some damage to brooch reverse, wear and tear £200 - £300

123 A pair of diamond stylized leaf 18ct yellow gold stud earrings, the rub over and pave set diamonds weighing a total of approx. 1.0 carat, size approx 18mm x 16mm, post and scroll fittings, total gross weight approx 5.3gms, unmarked assessed as 18ct gold Condition: Very good- all diamonds and claws intact £250 - £350 124

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125 An Edwardian enamel pendant, the 9ct rose gold surround encasing a blue collet set paste stone, with semi translucent pink and green enamel leaf motif, suspending a pearl dropper, total length approx 40mm, on a later 9ct gold trace chain, length approx 18’’, total gross weight approx 2.2gms Condition: Good- enamel intact, minor wear & tear only £150 - £250

126 A Victorian amethyst and seed pearl oval cluster hinged yellow gold bangle with seed pearl set applied leaf shoulders, the central amethyst approx 12mm x 9mm, knife edge, unmarked, assessed as a minimum of 15ct gold, total gross weight approx 12.4gms, complete in original red leather box Condition: Very good- all seed pearls intact, no obvious damage or repair £80 - £100

127 An old cut diamond pin, the old cut diamond weighing approx 1.50 carat, assessed colour I/J, assessed clarity SI, claw set in platinum, unmarked rose metal pin, total gross weight approx 3gms Condition: Good- no visible sign of damage or repair, wear and tear £1500 - £2000

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 128 A diamond bar brooch, set with three old cut diamonds, the principal diamond weighing approx 0.75ct, assessed colour H/I, assessed clarity I1, along with two further old cut diamonds set to each end, with a combined diamond weight approx 0.55ct, unmarked platinum top with gold reverse, length approx 50mm, total gross weight approx 3.2gms Condition: Chip to the central stone, wear & tear £400 - £500

131 A 9ct gold stone set pendant in the form of a Clown, articulated body, the front of the jacket set with glass and semi precious stones, paste, length approx. 70mm, total gross weight approx. 20.3gms Condition: Overall good- all stones intact, wear & tear £250 - £350 132 A 9ct gold Parker fountain pen, machined engraved decoration, length approx. 13cm, along with a matching ballpoint pen, length approx. 12cm, both engraved to cartouche E.A Shaw, with a combined total gross weight approx 53.6gms including internal workings. Condition: Slight denting, wear and tear, no visible signs of repair £300 - £400

135 An Edwardian diamond set bow brooch, pave set with round brilliant cut diamonds, the central diamond weighing approx 0.30ct, total diamond weight approx. 5.0 carats, unmarked assessed as platinum, dimensions approx 38mm x 25mm, trigger loop fastening, total gross weight 8.4gms Condition: Very good- all stones present & intact, no visible sign or damage or repair £100 - £150 136 An Edwardian 18ct gold sapphire and diamond round cluster signet style ring, scroll decorated shoulders claw settings, Chester 1906, ring size N, total gross weight 6.5gms Condition: Very good- no damage or repair minor wear and tear only £250 - £350

129 A late Victorian/Edwardian seed pearl set 15ct gold necklace, the central flower head drop to flower head and leaf seed pearl set front to yellow gold rope twist chain and barrel snap clasp, pendant stamped 15ct, length approx. 37cm, total gross weight approx 11.4gms Condition: Very good- all seed pearls intact no obvious damage or repair £400 - £500

130 An Edwardian seed pearl set yellow gold stylised spray brooch, floral and leaf decoration grain set with small seed pearls, the reverse with curved hinged pin and C loop brooch fitting, length approx 60mm, total gross weight approx 8.4gms, unmarked assessed as 15ct gold Condition: Good- all seed pearls present and intact, no visible sign of damage £60 - £80

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133 A diamond set heart brooch, the open bow top suspending a pave set heart dropper, total diamond weight approx. 2.0 carats, dimensions 15mm x 17mm, unmarked assessed as 18ct white gold, trigger clasp fastening, total gross weight approx 4.4gms Condition: Good- all stones intact-no sign of damage or repair £200 - £400

134 A Middle Eastern turquoise set yellow gold bracelet, the two row staggered link bracelet rub over bezel set with scroll cabachon cut turquoise, pull out pin fastener, stamped crown mark assessed as high carat gold, length approx. 18cm, total gross weight approx 28.4gm, assessed as approx. 18ct gold Condition: Good- all turquoise intact, no obvious damage or repair £200 - £400

137 An amethyst and 18ct gold ring, the octagonal stone measuring approx 14 carats, dimensions approx. approx 15.6 x 13,5mm, with textured leaf details to shoulders, size M, total gross weight approx 10.7gms Condition: Very good, minor wear and tear only £100 - £150

138 A Edwardian diamond set bow brooch, pave set with brilliant cut diamonds with collect set diamond accents, total diamond weight approx. 1.5 carat, length approx 30mm, unmarked assessed as platinum, trigger fastening, total gross weight approx 6.5gms Condition: Good- all stones present & intact £100 - £150

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141 A turquoise set stylized leaf spray brooch, 18ct yellow gold, open work textured leaves with claw set cabochon turquoise accents, length approx. 50mm, total gross weight approx. 10.7gms Condition: Good- all stones present and intact, no obvious sign of damage or repair £200 - £300 142

145 An Aquamarine and diamond 18ct white gold cocktail ring, the claw set, elongated oval aquamarine weighing approx 36carats, dimensions approx. 29mm x 15.5mm, with six round brilliant cut diamonds three to each shoulder, total diamond weight 0.50ct, size L1/2, total gross weight approx 14.4gms Condition: Very good-minor wear and tear £800 - £1000

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139 A 14ct gold Masonic medallion set square and enamelled design, bute / lodge number 960, silk ribbon and 14ct gold leaf decorated bar to top, total gross weight approx. 34.8gms Condition: Good no damage or repair £250 - £350

140 An Edwardian diamond set wreath brooch, open oval form decorated with leaf details set with rose cut diamonds with collet set old cut diamond accents, total diamond weight approx. 1.50 carats, unmarked assessed as platinum, length approx 40mm x 30mm, trigger fastening, total gross weight approx 8.4gms Condition: Good- all stones present and intact, minor wear & tear £250 - £350

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143 A 1930’s portrait miniature yellow gold seed pearl set double pin brooch, the centre portrait miniature of a young lady, bezel set with two row pearl and seed pearl surround, the reverse engraved ‘Mummie 1931’, the round brooch measuring approx. 35mm diameter, hinge and sprung double pin to reverse, unmarked assessed as a minimum 14ct gold, total gross weight approx. 16.4gms Condition: Good- all pearls intact, no visible damage or repair £200 - £300 144 An amethyst and 18ct gold cocktail ring, the elongated cushion amethyst weighing approx. 33carats, dimensions approx. 29mm x 16mm, four claw set, size L1/2, total gross weight approx 15.3gms Condition: Very good- very minor wear and tear £400 - £600

146 A 9ct gold cigarette case, engine turned detail, dimensions approx. 80mm x 85mm, bush button clasp, engraved motif to interior, hallmarked Birmingham 1924, maker J.H.H, total gross weight 90.9gms Condition: Overall good- wear & tear £850 - £950

147 A diamond snow flake three tier cluster 18ct gold white gold ring, the central round brilliant cut diamond weighing approx. 0.66ct, size N, total gross weight approx 4.3gms Condition: Good- all diamond and claws intact, wear and tear only £400 - £600 148

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 153 A Victorian Scottish hardstone bracelet, set with five carved panels of assorted hardstones, on a silver unmarked bracelet, chased with scrolls, buckle clasp, length approx. 22.3cm, total gross weight approx. 34.6gms Condition: Good- little sign of wear £80 - £120 151 Early 19th century banded onyx cameo ring, the black and white carved rectangular cameo 16mm x 8mm, closed back, decorated shoulders, 18ct rose gold, cameo cut approx 16mm x 8mm, ring size R, total gross weight approx. 3.9 gms Condition: Good- minor nibbles to edges of cameo, no visible sign of damage or repair £100 - £150 149 A circa 1900 seed pearl garland necklace, the central seed pearl set detail with articulated foliate links to rope link chain, unmarked assessed as 15ct gold (dropper missing) chain length approx 15’’, box and tong clasp, total gross weight approx 13.8gms Condition: Good-all pearls intact, minor wear & tear £200 - £300

152 A Mappin & Webb 18ct gold and diamond half eternity ring, set with seven round brilliant cut diamonds with an approx total diamond weight approx. 0.35 carat, ring size K1/2, total gross weight approx. 3.8gms, makers mark M&W, London 2003 Condition: Good- general wear only, all stones and settings intact £150 - £200

154 A late Victorian/Edwardian opal and diamond star pendant/brooch, set with a central round old-cut diamond, surrounded by twelve oval cabochon opals, six diamond set points, stamped 15ct, approx. 2.8cm wide, on a belcher link chain, the clasp stamped 9ct, total gross weight approx. 8.4gms Condition: Overall good- general wear, one opal loose, clasp requires attention £200 - £300

150 An 18ct white gold, diamond and rubies half eternity ring, alternately set with four round-brilliant cut diamonds total weight approx. 0.50ct each, and five red rubies total weight approx. 1.5carats, rings size M1/2, stamped 18ct, total gross weight approx. 6.1gms Condition: Overall good, general wear, one ruby chipped to corner £300 - £400

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155 A pair of Edwardian diamond yellow gold pendant earrings, each with five graduated old-cut diamonds in silver millegrain settings, screw-backs stamped 9ct, length approx. 3.2cm, total gross weight approx. 3.1gms Condition: Good, no obvious sign of damage or repair, all stones and settings intact, general wear £100 - £150

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 180 Sovereign 1913 £170 - £190 181 Half Sovereign 1906 £80 - £100 182 A 1904 full Sovereign £170 - £190 183 Sovereign 1926 £170 - £190 156 156 18ct gold and black enamelled Medusa bracelet, the round central panel clasp with applied Medusa head to centre, black enamelled key fret surround and decoration to large curl link, stamped Gianni Versace Gioielli 18k 750’, total weight approx 80.8gm £1800 - £2200 157 An 18ct gold topped perfume bottle £150 - £200 158 Half Sovereign 2012 Packaged as issued with certificate £80 - £120 159 Sovereign 1927 £170 - £190 160 Sovereign 1882, mounted £170 - £190 161 Sovereign 1926 and a Silver Crown and three sixpences mounted for wear as a bracelet £170 - £190 162 Gold Sovereign 2000, cased £170 - £190 163 Gold Half Sovereign 2000, cased £80 - £100 164 Gold Sovereign 2000 cased £170 - £190 165 Gold Sovereign 1900 cased in a wooden presentation box £170 - £190 166 Half Sovereign 1911 £80 - £90

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167 Sovereign 1900 £170 - £190 168 Sovereign 1965 £170 - £190 169 Half Sovereigns 1908 and 1909 (2) £170 - £190 170 Half Sovereign 1911 £80 - £90 171 Sovereign 1890 £170 - £190 172 Sovereign 2000 £170 - £190 173 USA Gold 5 Dollars 1887 £170 - £180 174 Sovereign 1900 100th Birthday Queen Mother 2000 Philatelic Numismatic Cover £170 - £190

184 Henry Viii Half Groat, Rosette Calias mm Plain Cross 1430-31 £60 - £70 185 Sovereign 1911 £170 - £190 186 Guinea 1787 Pierced over bust £160 - £180 187 Sovereign,1927, SA £170 - £190 188 Sovereign 2012 Packaged as issued with certificate £160 - £180 189 Gold Proof Half Sovereign 2013 in box as issued with certificate £80 - £100 190 Gold Sovereign 1897 M cased in a wooden presentation box with certificate £170 - £190

175 A 1900 Sovereign and an 1843 young head Sovereign, pierced ex jewellery (2) £330 - £350

191 The Queen Victoria Four Coin Sovereign Collection in wooden case with certificate. Young head shield reverse 1870, Young head Pistrucci reverse, Jubilee 1890M, and Old head 1896, 1879M £500 - £700

176 Sovereign 1911 £170 - £190

192 Sovereigns 1906 and 1968 (2) £380 - £420

177 Sovereign 1911 £170 - £190

193 An 1892 shield back half soverign weight 3.9g approx; and a 1911 George V half sovereign £160 - £180

178 Crown 1696 Octavo £40 - £60 179 Edward Vii double sovereign, 1902, with attached yellow metal mount £330 - £350

194 A 2015 Elizabeth ii gold sovereign, in capsule; and an 1898 Victoria sovereign (2) £350 - £400

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 195 A 1912 George V Half Sovereign; and a 1963 gold sovereign (2) £250 - £270 196 A 1/10 Krugerrand signet ring, 9ct gold setting and shank, approx 6.1gms; a Victorian half sovereign set stick pin, coin dated 1887, soldered to pin (2) £160 - £180

205 Gold Sovereigns 1902 x 2, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908 and 1910 x 2 in red presentation case (10) £1800 - £2200 206 Gold Sovereigns 1963 x 2, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1915, 1916, 1917 and 1918, in red presentation case (12) £1800 - £2000

197 A 9ct rose gold graduated Albert with T-bar and suspending a Victorian shield back sovereign dated 1878 and a silver gilt medallion, gross weight approx 65.1gms Condition: Coin in very fine condition, minor wear and tear only to chain and fob £840 - £860

207 Gold coin Britannia proof set 1998, 100, 50, 25 and 10 in Royal Mint case (4) £1200 - £1500

198 A 1911 George V gold sovereign in 9ct gold pendant mount, chain tests as approx 9ct gold; together with another 9ct mount, total gross weight approx 22.8gms £320 - £360

209 2007 UK, gold proof four coin Brittannia collection 100 to 10, set No. 0817 of 1250 issued £1000 - £1500

199 U.S.A. gold 5 dollars 1908 and gold 21/2 dollars 1925, in presentation cases (2) £200 - £250 200 Gibraltar gold, 25 Pounds 1975; together with Republic of Gambia, gold 150 Dalasis 1996 in wooden case (2) £140 - £160 201 Jubilee Mint, The Napoleon Bonaparte Gold Coin, 1811 Twenty Francs, presentation box with certificate; together with Franklin Mint 1975 One Hundred Dollar Gold Coin of Bermuda, cased with certificate (2) £240 - £260 202 An Edward Vii gold 2 1902 £460 - £480 203 Anne Guinea 1714, slight edge knock to reverse adjacent Crown and 14 of date £450 - £500 204 Gold two Pounds 1887 in a Victorian yellow metal mount with gold 9ct chain, total gross weight approx 46gms £450 - £500

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208 Gold coin proof set 1980, 5, 2, Sovereign and Half Sovereign in Royal Mint Case (4) £1300 - £1500

217 Gold Sovereign 1887 in presentation box with certificate; Proof Sovereign 1979, cased as issued with certificate (2) £380 - £420 218 Gambia, gold 150 dollars 1996, Jamaica, gold 50 dollars 1995, Liberia, gold 50 dollars 1997, Navru, gold 50 dollars and Zambia, gold 10,000 Kwacha (5), all proof in individual presentation cases £580 - £620 219 A 22ct gold 1887 Winchester College coin in mint condition in original fitted presentation case. Approx. 57g £1200 - £1500 220 2015 5 gold proof, Longest Reigning Monarch, boxed with certificate £800 - £1200

210 A 2006 UK gold proof four coin Sovereign collection 5 to Half Sovereign, set No. 1651 of 1750 issued £1000 - £1500

221 A 2001 gold proof sovereign, in capsule, case and card box with certificate of authenticity; a 1957 sovereign in Golden Wedding Anniversary cover (2) £400 - £500

211 Gold coin proof set, 1987, 2, Sovereign and Half Sovereign in Royal Mint case (3) £500 - £600

222 Sovereign 1967 x 3 £550 - £600

212 2008 UK, gold proof four coin Britannia collection 100 to 10, set No. 0572 of 1250 issued £1000 - £1200 213 Gold Victoria Sovereigns x 4 1869, 1879, 1890, 1899 £650 - £700 214 Gold 2012 - 5 coin set 5 to £1800 - £2200 215 The Dambusters Raid, Guernsey 25 pounds gold coin cover 2008 £100 - £150 216 Proof Gold Sovereign 1980, green leatherette case; Gold Proof Sovereign 1979 in Blue Leatherette case; 1982 Gold Proof Sovereign in black case (3) £500 - £550

223 Sovereigns 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914 (4) £800 - £900 224 Sovereigns 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914 (4) £800 - £900 225 Sovereign 1967 x 3 £550 - £600 226 Sovereigns 1907, 1908, 1909 M, 1910 (4) £800 - £850 227 Sovereigns 1893, 1896, 1899, 1900 S (4) £800 - £850 228 Sovereigns 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914 (4) £800 - £850

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230 Sovereigns 1907 x 3, 1907 S (4) £800 - £850 231 Three half sovereigns, 1892, 1914, 1909 and a fourth sovereign, 1912 (4) £350 - £400

245 Sovereigns -1897, 1910, 1890 x 2 (4) £700 - £800 246 Sovereigns 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914 (4) £800 - £900

259 Sovereigns - 1885 S (Sydney Australia) YH, 1897, 1890, shield back half sovereign 1887 (4) £700 - £800 260 Sovereigns - 2000 full sovereign and half sovereign proof; 1914 and 1911 (4) £650 - £700 261 Sovereigns 1958 x 2, 1963, 1965 (4) £700 - £800

232 Sovereigns - 1922 x 2, 1925 x 3 (5) £700 - £800

247 Sovereigns - 1911, 1909, 1899 M, 1895 (4) £700 - £800

233 Sovereigns, 1871, 1889, 1903, 1908 (4) £700 - £800

248 Sovereigns- 1889, 1911 x 2, 1891 (4) £700 - £800

234 Sovereigns 1980, 1981, 1982 x 2 (4) £700 - £800

249 Sovereigns - 1912 x 2, 1892, 1910 £700 - £800

263 Sovereigns - 1895, 1908 M, 1891 JH, 1914 (4) £700 - £800

250 Sovereigns - 1892, 1904, 1911, 1913, (4) £700 - £800

264 Sovereigns - 1886 M x 2, YH, 1910 M, 1912 (4) £700 - £800

251 Sovereigns - 1964, 1914, 1910, 1888 (4) £700 - £800

265 Sovereigns - 1877 M YH, 1897 M, 1862 A over A in Britanniarum note on 2nd A, 2009 (4) £750 - £850

235 Sovereigns - 1902, 1892, 1912, 1978 (4) £700 - £800 236 Sovereigns 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914 (4) £850 - £900 237 Sovereigns 1902 M, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 (5) £1000 - £1100

252 Sovereigns - 1963, 1915, 1926, 1891 (4) £700 - £800

238 Sovereigns 1911, 1912, 1913 (3) £600 - £650

253 Sovereigns 1899, 1919, 1904, 1912 (4) £700 - £800

239 Sovereigns - 1905, 1899 M, 1907; 1893 M £700 - £800

254 Sovereigns - 1910, 1880 M YH, 1862 narrow date, 1891 (4) £700 - £800

240 Sovereigns - 1890, 1899 M, 1876 M, YH, 1901 (4) £750 - £800

255 Sovereigns - 1899 S, OH; 1906, 1903, 1905 (4) £700 - £800

241 Sovereigns 1910 and 1911 x 2 (3) £550 - £600

256 Sovereigns - 1878 M, YH; 1880, YH; 1882 M, YH; 1885 M, YH EF (4) £700 - £800

242 Sovereigns - 1885 M YH, 1902, 1910, 1891 (4) £850 - £900 243 Sovereigns - 1914, 1967, 1907, 1963 (4) £750 - £800

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244 Sovereigns 1896, 1912, 1974 (3) £580 - £620

257 Sovereigns 1905, 1925, 1966, 1967, 1968 x 2, 1974 and 1979 x 2 (9) £1500 - £2000 258 Sovereigns - 1908 with 9ct pendant mount; 1957, 1896M, 1910 (4) £700 - £800

262 Sovereigns - 1879 M, YH, 1893 OH (Old Head), 1889, 1907 P (4) £700 - £800

266 Sovereigns - 1900 P, 1913, 2002, 1855, WW incuse on truncation £700 - £800 267 Sovereigns - 1895 M OH x 2, 1957, 1896M £700 - £800 268 Sovereigns - 1913, 1907, 1904, 1915 in 9ct mount (4) £700 - £800 269 Sovereigns - isle of Man 1973 x 3, 1899 M. Melbourne mint, Australia (4) £700 - £800 270 Sovereigns - 1901 P OH, 1869 DIE 28, 1893, 1911 (4) £700 - £800 271 Sovereigns - 1897 M OH, 1893 S OH, 1913, 1911 £700 - £800 272 Sovereigns - 1911, 1905 M, 1901 S OH, 1872, YH (4) £700 - £800

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 273 Sovereigns - 1906, 1912, 1879 YH, 1902 £700 - £800 274 Gold replica sovereign (31.35), af Henry VII / Henry VIII sovereign. Reverse King seated on Throne with Sceptre, cross and rod, reverse royal arms and crown, superimposed on double rose £200 - £300

289 Half Guinea 1793 £100 - £150 290 Guinea 1776 with attached loop mount £250 - £300

304 France - Napoleon iii gold 5 Francs 1865 8B; Spain - Isabel II, 2 Escudos 1865 pierced; George III Third Guinea 1798 (3) £200 - £250

291 Guinea 1776 with attached yellow metal mount £200 - £300

305 Half Guinea 1804 - ex jewellery; France - Napoleon III gold 20 Francs 1859A £200 - £250

275 Gold Medallion for Egyptian Ladies 1913, 7 grms approx £150 - £200

292 Guinea 1798 with attached mount and loop £200 - £300

306 Half sovereigns - 1912, 1902, 1915, 1911 (4) £400 - £450

276 Austria, Gold 4 Ducats, 1915 £300 - £400

293 Queen Anne Guinea 1711 £250 - £350

307 Half Sovereigns - 1900, 1909, 1911, 1912 (4) £250 - £300

277 Krugerrand 1971 £800 - £850

294 A Henry V half noble £1000 - £1500

278 Krugerrand 1971 £800 - £850

295 George i Guinea 1717 £600 - £800

279 Krugerrand 1971 £800 - £850

296 George iii spade guinea and an Armorial guinea 1785, both mounted (2) £300 - £400

280 Krugerrand 1974 £800 - £850 281 Krugerrand 1971 £800 - £850 282 Krugerrand 1974 £800 - £850 283 Krugerrand 1971 £800 - £850 284 Krugerrand 1971 £800 - £850 285 Krugerrand 1974 £800 - £850 286 Guinea 1788 £350 - £400 287 A 1798 George iii gold half spade guinea - welded fixture, 4gms approx £70 - £100 288 Guinea 1795 indication of mount marks above bust £200 - £300

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297 Mexican 1 peso 1865; gold plated sixpence in locket; a commemorative gold-plated Queen Mother’s 80th birthday (3) £40 - £60 298 Canada Gold 100 Dollars 1976, USA 1 Dollar 1862 (2) £200 - £250 299 France Gold 20 Francs 1910, 1912 (2) £300 - £400 300 Switzerland 20 Francs 1927, 1935 (2) £300 - £350 301 Switzerland gold 20 Francs 1897 £120 - £150 302 Iran Pahlavi 1958 £150 - £200 303 Gold Commemorative coins, J.F.Kennedy Dallas 1963, Island of Sark, 4th Centenary 1965. King Harold William of Normandy 1066 and Sir Winston Churchill, November 1874 (4) £250 - £300

308 Half Sovereigns - 1914 x 2, 1905, 1925 (4) £400 - £450 309 Half Sovereigns - 1908, 1910, 1912, 1982 (4) £400 - £450 310 Half sovereigns - 1910 x 2, 1965 Isle of Man Bicentenary of the Revestment Act; George V with mark mounts to reverse (4) £400 - £450 311 Half sovereigns - 1842, 1908 x 2, 1911 (4) £400 - £450 312 Half sovereigns - 1912, 1909, 1913, 2000 £400 - £450 313 Half Sovereigns 1904, 1905, 1910 x 2 (4) £400 - £450 314 Half Sovereigns 1897, 1905 x 2, 1911 (4) £400 - £450 315 Half sovereigns - 1902, 1906, 1914 x 2 (4) £400 - £450 316 Half sovereigns - 1912, 1901, 1914, 1912 (4) £400 - £450

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 317 Half sovereigns - 1897, 1908 x 2, 1911 £400 - £450 318 Half sovereigns - 1907, 1911, 1912, 1908 £400 - £450 319 Half sovereigns - 1902, 1910, 1913, 1908 (4) £400 - £450 320 Half sovereigns - 1912 x 2, 1913, 1914 (4) £400 - £450

329 A Victoria 1900 half sovereign, in a detachable 9ct mount with 9ct long chain, 12.6 gms gross £160 - £180 330 A George iii guinea, mounted, on a 9ct gold chain, gross weight approx 27.7gms £250 - £300

321 1999 Elizabeth ii Bailiwick of Guernsey gold 5 and 2009 quarter sovereign, 3gms approx; 2002 full sovereign and half sovereign proof; half sovereign 1912; third farthing 1902, gilt plated (5) £450 - £500

331 A full sovereign and half sovereign bracelet, the full sovereigns dated 1855, 1888, 1900, 1905, 1908, 1963, the half sovereigns dated 1872, 1901 and 1907, on a 9ct charm bracelet with padlock fastener, gross weight approximately 83.3gms £1700 - £1900

322 Two Edwardian sovereigns, 1909, set in 9ct gold cufflink mounts, total weight approx. 28.2 grms £450 - £500

332 Victoria half-sovereign 1897 in 9 ct gold mount; A 1906 Half Sovereign placed in a brooch guard £200 - £250

323 A pair of half sovereign cufflinks, in 9ct gold mounts, dated 1902, gross weight approx 17.3gms £250 - £300

333 A 1914 George V gold half sovereign, London mint, 9ct gold mount, on a 9ct gold double Albert Figaro chain,approx. 35.5cm long (af ) gross weight approx £180 - £220

324 A 1913 sovereign, in a 9ct gold mount, 9.4gms ; a Victorian sovereign, 1894, in 9ct gold mount, 9.3gms £400 - £450 325 A 1910 sovereign in 9ct mount, and a 1926 sovereign in 9ct mount (2) £400 - £450 326 A pair of Victorian 1876 YH half sovereigns, mounted as earrings, London mint, shield reverse, the yellow gold mounts stamped 9ct, gross weight approx 11gms £200 - £250 327 A Victorian 1899 sovereign, pendant mount with a rope heart detail surround, 11.1gms; and a 1905 sovereign in 9ct gold pendant mount, 8.8gms (2) £400 - £450

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328 A 1913 sovereign, in 9ct gold mount, on a 9ct gold chain, gross weight approx 15.8gms £250 - £300

334 An 1888 sovereign, in a 9ct gold mount, on a gold-plated chain £200 - £250 335 A 1911 sovereign, with 9ct gold surround and chain, approx 17.5gms gross £250 - £300 336 A 1964 sovereign, within a 9ct gold mount on gold chain, 18.9g £250 - £300

338 A Victorian 5 gold coin pendant and chain, the 1887 Jubilee bust coin in gold mount on an 18ct gold chain, gross weight 63.4gms approx Condition: Good minor scratches only, coin assessed as F-VF £1400 - £1600 339 A gold Sovereign brooch, the coin dated 1902, in 9ct gold mount 10.5gms approx £200 - £250 340 A George V half Sovereign 1912, with a detachable 9ct gold ring, size X, gross weight approx 8.1gms; together with another similar, 1900, gross weight 11.1gms (2) £250 - £300 341 A 1912 sovereign, set in a 9ct gold ring, gross weight approx 14.9gms; together with a 1/10 Krugerrand coin, set 9ct gold ring, 6.8gms approx (2) £350 - £400 342 A 1904 sovereign, mounted in a 9ct gold ring, gross weight approx 16gms; together with an 1899 half sovereign in a 9ct gold ring, gross weight approx 8.9gms (2) £400 - £450 343 A Victorian 1863 YH shield back sovereign, in a 9ct gold mount and chain, gross weight approx 16.3gms; together with a 1977 half sovereign, mounted on a yellow metal stick pin, gross weight 6.7gms £380 - £420 344 A George iii 1793 guinea, mounted; and another George III guinea, pierced, suspended from a 9ct gold albert chain, gross weight 35gms £400 - £450

337 A 1902 gold two pounds, with pendant mount gross weight approx 17.9gms £400 - £450

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345 Omega, a 1960’s steel Omega Speedmaster Professional Mk ii chronograph wristwatch, 4cm circular gun metal grey dial with a black tachymetre, triple subsidiary dials, Omega monogram to the crown, integral steel bracelet strap Condition: god overall, ticking, chronograph operates, service advised £1500 - £2000

347 Breitling, A 1960’S Breitling steel chronomat chronograph wristwatch, 3.5 circular silvered dial with two subsidiary dials, rotating bezel, Breitling monogram o the crown, Ref No.217012, 808, black leather strap Condition: light wear, scratches to glass, movement not tested, sold as seen, service advised £2000 - £2500

349 Omega, a 1960’s 9ct gold Omega wristwatch, 3cm circular champagne dial with dagger hands and subsidiary seconds dial, on a 9ct bracelet strap, approximate weight all in 66g, boxed Condition: good overall, ticking, service advised £300 - £500

346 A Victorian silver and enamel pocket watch, the case London, 1859 £160 - £220

348 Breitling, a gent’s circa 2002 titanium Breitling Chronograph Avenger gray automatic wristwatch, 4cm circular grey dial with triple subsidiary dials and date aperture at 3 o’clock, integral bracelet, Model No,E.13360, fully boxed with paperwork Condition: good overall, ticking chronograph operates, service advised £700 - £1000

350 Omega, a circa 1960’s 18ct gold Omega Automatic Seamaster De Ville wristwatch, 3.5cm circular silvered dial, baton numerals, company monogram to the crown, on a 9ct gate bracelet, approximate weight all in 72g Condition: case with light wear, ticking, service advised £500 - £700

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351 Audemars Piguet, a circa 2017 gent’s Audemars Piguet 18ct rose gold Automatic Royal Oak wristwatch, 4cm circular black dial with screw head set bezel, baton numerals and date aperture at 3 o’clock, AP monogram to the crown, on an integral; bracelet, No.I1534773094, Movement No.917149, Ref No.15400OR.OO.1220OR.01, fully boxed with paperwork and Guarantee Condition: good overall, ticking, service advised £15000 - £18000

353 Tudor Rolex, a late 1950’s Tudor Oyster Shock Resisting steel wristwatch, 3cm circular champagne dial with dagger hands, coronet monogram to the crown, backplate No.7903, 82249, integral Rolex steel strap Note: proceeds of sale to St Giles Hospice Condition: case with light wear only, not ticking, service advised £400 - £600

355 Omega, a 1960’s 9ct gold Omega wristwatch, 3cm circular silvered dial with baton numerals, Omega monogram to the crown, Omega black leather strap, boxed with paperwork and outer cardboard box Condition: good overall, ticking, service advised £150 - £200

352 Rolex, an 18ct white gold gold Rolex Prince ‘Doctor’s’ wristwatch, 2.5cm rectangular dial with subsidiary seconds dial, coronet monogram to the crown, black Rolex leather strap with deployment clasp, boxed Condition: good overall, ticking, service advised £5000 - £6000

354 Piaget, a gent’s titanium Piaget Polo Forty Five automatic wristwatch, 4cm black dial, with aperture at 6 o’clock, integral rubber strap, Ref No.P10853, No.1061301, fully boxed with paperwork Condition: good overall, ticking, service advised £2000 - £3000

356 Rolex, a 1980’s steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date wristwatch, 3cm circular champagne dial, baton hands and numerals, date aperture at 3 o’clock, coronet monogram to the crown, integral steel bracelet, Model No. 15000, case No.7323826, fully boxed with some paperwork out cardboard box Condition: light wear only, ticking, service advised £1000 - £1200

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357 Rolex, a 1960’s lady’s 9ct gold Rolex Precision wristwatch, 2cm circular champagne dial, 9ct bracelet strap, approximate weight all in 13g Condition: good overall, ticking, service advised £200 - £300

358 international Watch Co - iWC, a 1930’s 18ct gold Art Deco iWC wristwatch head, 2cm curved rectangular silvered dial with subsidiary seconds dial, backplate No.993703, Army presentation inscription dated 1940, approximate weight all in 21g Condition: good overall, ticking, service advised £1000 - £1500

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359 J.W. Benson, London, an 18ct gold top wind open faced pocket watch, 4.5cm white enamel dial with Roman numerals, approximate weight all in 74g Condition: some case dents, ticking, service advised £500 - £800

362 Omega, a 1940’s 9ct gold Omega wristwatch, 3cm circular dial with subsidiary seconds dial, backplate presentation inscription dated 1946, later expanding strap Condition: generally good, not ticking, service advised £400 - £600

360 Stripling, Lichfield, a George iii silver fusee pair case pocket watch, 4cm white enamel dial signed William Bloxidge, movement No.712, the casework London 1780 (key) Condition: surface wear to case, some dial abrasions/defects, movement not tested £500 - £700 361 Rolex, a circa 1979 lady’s 18ct gold Rolex Datejust wristwatch, 34cm circular dial with baton numerals, date aperture at 3 o’clock, coronet monogram to the crown, integral President bracelet with concealed coronet clasp, Serial No.5806576, approximate weight all in 89g, outer card box and some spare links Condition: good overall, dial good, minor wear and tear only, ticking at present, sold as seen, service advised £4000 - £6000

363 Chopard, a circa 2009 18ct gold lady’s Chopard wristwatch 2cm circular mother of pearl dial with diamond set bezel and numerals, integral diamond and ruby set bracelet, No. 445041, 9151, boxed Condition: good overall, movement not tested, service advised £9000 - £10000

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 367 Rolex, an 18ct gold Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust wristwatch, 3cm circular dial with baton numerals, date aperture at 3 o’clock, coronet branded crown, integral 18ct gold President bracelet, approximate weight all in 89g, Rolex box and outer card box Condition: medium wear, ticking, service advisedDiameter of the case is approx 30mm, dial diameter approx 25mm, slight scuff to the glass £1800 - £2200

364 Cartier, an 18ct rose gold Cartier Tank Americaine curved automatic wristwatch, 3cm rectangular guilloche dial with Roman numerals, date aperture at 6 o’clock, sapphire set crown, No.118246LX, 2927, Cartier tan leather strap and gold deployment clasp, boxed Condition: good with light wear only, ticking, service advised £5000 - £6000

365 Rolex, a circa 1940’s/50’s steel Rolex Oyster Royal Shock Resisting wristwatch, 3cm circular dial, illuminous hands, Rolex Oyster monogram to the crown, later expanding strap Condition: case with light wear, dial mottled in places, ticking, service advised £300 - £500

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366 Seiko, a rare 1964 steel Seiko Tokyo Olympic World Time Automatic Diashock wristwatch, No.6217, 3.5cm circular steel dial with baton numerals, black GMT hand and date aperture at 3 o’clock, large fluted crown, backplate No.5101653 with etched text, integral Seiko steel bracelet Note: Seiko was the official timekeeper of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Seiko created two watches in conjunction, this is an early Model No.6217 Condition: generally good overall, light wear only, ticking, service advised £600 - £800

368 An 18ct gold half hunter top wind pocket watch, 4.5cm circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, signed G. Cotes and Co, Christchurch, engraved monogram to the reverse, presentation inscription to the inner dust cover to Rev C.G Mutton, 1914, approximate weight all in 98g Condition: case with some dents, not ticking, service advised £500 - £800 369 Gubelin, a platinum, sapphire and diamond set Gubelin cocktail watch, fashioned as a bracelet formed from a series of openwork links, each being a setting for arrangements of offset and stepped claw set round brilliant-cut diamonds and pendeloque cut sapphires, the central watch casing having hinged cover and being a setting for an arrangement of similarly stepped, offset and angulated claw set round brilliant-cut diamonds and pendeloque cut sapphires, Gubelin automatic watch having signed circular champagne dial with applied baton hour markers, in working order, bracelet partially detached to lug/bracelet hinge to one side, otherwise in good condition, clasp impressed “Pl.750”. (gross weight 47g) £3000 - £5000

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 375 Rolex, a 1920’s lady’s Rolex 9ct gold wristwatch, 2.5cm circular champagne dial, case No.28817, later expanding strap Condition: cracked glazing, average wear, some dial discolouration, ticking, service advised £200 - £300

370 Omega, a 1960’s steel Omega Automatic Seamaster wristwatch, 3.5cm circular champagne dial with dagger hands, company monogram to the crown, integral Omega steel strap Condition: case with average wear, ticking, service advised £300 - £500

371 Breitling, an 18ct gold Breitling Navitimer 92 chronograph wristwatch, 3.5cm circular black dial with rotating bezel, four subsidiary dials, companyu monogram to the crown, Breitling tan leather strap, pouch and some paperwork Condition: good overall, some dial discolouration, ticking, chronograph operates, service advised £5000 - £6000 372 A circa 1920’s lady’s 9ct rose gold wristwatch, 2.5cm circular enamel dial, integral expanding strap Condition: light wear, movement not tested £300 - £400

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373 Tag Heuer, a circa 2015 polished steel Tag Heuer Formula 1 wristwatch, 4cm circular black dial with diamond set bezel and numerals (72 totaling approximately 0.53 carat), two subsidiary dials and date aperture between 4 and 5 o’clock, integral two-tone bracelet strap, Model No.BA0862, Serial No.CAH1212, fully boxed with Guarantee and Precious Stones Certificate Condition: good overall, ticking, service advised £1000 - £1200

374 Bulgari, a recent Bulgari polished steel chronograph wristwatch, 3cm rectangular black dial with three subsidiary dials, black leather strap (rubber Bulgari strap with deployment clasp included), boxed with instructions Condition: good overall, ticking, service advised £300 - £500

376 Breitling, a circa 1960’s steel Breitling chronograph wristwatch, 3cm circular champagne dial, two subsidiary dials, backplate No.1199, leather strap Condition: case with average wear, dial discoloured in places, ticking, service advised £200 - £300

377 Breitling, a circa 1970’s gents Breitling gold plated Top Time chronograph wristwatch, 3.5cm circular silver dial with textured bezel, two subsidiary dials, tan leather strap Condition: good overall, ticking, chronograph operates, service advised £200 - £300

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 378 Vertex, a circa 1930’s Art Deco Vertex 9ct gold wristwatch, 2.5cm rectangular champagne dial with seconds subsidiary dial, leather strap Condition: case with light wear only, dial with some discolouration and missing seconds hand, ticking, service advised £100 - £150

382 An Omega De Ville 18ct gold gentleman’s bracelet watch, c.1969/70, manual 17 jewel Omega 620 movement, four gold baton square dial with curved corners and tapering 18ct. gold mesh bracelet with Omega fold over ladder clasp, snap back case, interior numbered “8300” and “147” and with Swiss Head of Helvetia mark, “18K” and “.750”, the strap stamped “750” and Omega mark, total gross weight approx 81.9gms £1200 - £1500

384 Patek Philippe & Co, a circa 1950’s lady’s 18ct gold Patek Philippe & Co cocktail wristwatch, 1cm silvered dial with baton numerals, Ref.2210, 510179, black rayon strap Condition: dial wear, movement not tested, service advised £400 - £500 385 Omega, a circa 1960’s lady’s 9ct gold cocktail wristwatch, 1.5cm square silvered dial with baton numerals, company monogram to the crown, integral 9ct gold textured strap, approximate weight all in 25g Condition: good overall, service advised £150 - £200 386 Tudor Prince Oysterdate 34 Rotor Self-Winding stainless steel gentleman’s bracelet watch, ref. 7914, no. 204038, Arabic quarter numerals and hour markers, subsidiary date aperture, blued steel centre seconds Condition: glass cracked and winder needs attention, still ticking £100 - £200

379 Tissot, a circa 1940’s steel Tissot chronograph wristwatch, 3cm circular silvered dial with two subsidiary dials, leather strap Condition: case and dial with light wear, not ticking, service advised £150 - £200

383 An Edwardian 18ct gold and guilloche enamelled lady’s half hunter fob watch, half hunter, pink enamel and foliate decoration, 3cm dial, approximately 28.9g all in Condition: generally good, ticking, service advised £200 - £300

380 A lady’s 14ct gold wristwatch, 15 jewel manual movement, having circular dial, Arabic numerals, bezel set alternately with sapphires and diamonds within lozenge surround, case interior stamped Swiss “squirrel” 14 carat gold mark, ”14K” and “0,585”, link bracelet stamped “585”, total gross weight approx 17.1gms £200 - £300

388 An 18ct gold Omega De Ville Automatic wristwatch, square silvered dial, baton hour indicators, movement numbered 22711186, case numbered 161022, integral bracelet strap, gross weight approx 79.8gms £800 - £1200

381 A 9ct gold half-hunter pocket watch, white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial with Arabic numerals, Roman numerals to outer case, import marks for London 1925, total gross weight approx 64.7gms, in fitted retailers case £180 - £220 385

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387 Rolex, a 1960’s lady’s 18ct white gold Rolex Precision cocktail wristwatch, 1.3cm circular silvered dial with dot numerals, diamond set bezel, coronet monogram to the crown, integral textured 18ct white gold bracelet strap, approximate weight all in 39.4 g Condition: good overall, movement not tested, service advised £300 - £500

389 Rolex, a 1960’s lady’s 9ct gold Rolex Precision cocktail wristwatch, 2cm circular champagne dial, backplate No.45496, 328x, 9ct gold bracelet strap, approximate weight all in 17g, boxed with outer cardboard box Condition: good overall, not ticking, service advised £200 - £300

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390 396 390 Victor Kullberg, London, a late 19th Century 18ct gold Victor Kullberg full hunter top wind free sprung chronometer pocket watch, 5cm white enamel dial with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, No.6242, the casework hallmarked for London 1898, approximate weight all in 177g Condition: good overall, ticking, service advised £4000 - £5000 391 Omega- A ladies Omega two tone stainless steel bracelet watch, round steel dial, yellow gold bezel to steel head, approx. 22mm, seven row steel and yellow gold bracelet with concealed fold over clasp, quartz movement, serial No to watch back 58600315 Condition: Overall good-dial good case and bracelet scratches wear and tear, movement currently in working order £150 - £200 392 A 14ct gold cased keywind open faced pocket watch floral engraved dial, full plate brass lever movement Condition: average, movement not tested £350 - £380 393 Omega, a circa 1960’s lady’s 18ct gold Omega wristwatch, 1.5cm circular dial with baton numerals, branded crown, integral 18ct gold textured bracelet strap, total gross weight approx 44gms Condition: light wear, movement not tested, service advised £600 - £800

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394 Jaeger Le Coultre, a lady’s 18ct gold Jaeger Le Coultre wristwatch, 2cm circular dial with baton hands and numerals, backplate No.1412221, 1432074, integral 18ct gold textured bracelet strap, approximate weight all in 45g Condition: lacking crown, light wear, movement not tested, service advised £700 - £750 395 Omega, a lady’s 18ct gold Omega De Ville wristwatch, 2.5cm circular mother of pearl dial with a diamond set bezel, dagger hands, Roman numerals, integral 18ct gold bracelet strap, approximate weight all in 97g Condition: good overall, movement not tested, service advised £1500 - £1700 396 Breitling, a rare steel iraqi Air Force Breitling Navitimer chronograph wristwatch, 4cm circular black dial with rotating bezel, triple subsidiary dials, company monogram to the crown, the backplate with the Iraqi Air Force monogram and pilot’s name Nizar Ali ( ) etched to case edge, black leather strap Provenance: purchased by the vendor’s husband in Baghdad whilst fighting the fires in 1991 on UN inspections Condition: lacking one chronograph button, case with general wear, movement not tested, service advised £800 - £1200 397 Cohen & Job, Hastings, a George iii silver fusee pair case pocket watch, 5cm enamel dial with a coaching scene, movement No.6889, the casework London 1816 Condition: light wear, generally good, movement not tested £400 - £500

398 Thomas Taylor, Holbourn, an early 18th Century silver fusee pair case pocket watch, 5cm damascened dial with Roman numerals, signed Thomas Taylor, movement No.286 Condition: case with minor dents, movement not tested £400 - £600

399 J..Shearwood, London, a George iii fusee pair case pocket watch, 3.5cm damascened dial with Roman numerals and date aperture at 6 o’clock, movement No.17226, the casework London 1767, tortoiseshell pique outer case Condition: solder repair to ring shaft £800 - £1200 29


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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 401 Cartier, a ladies Must De Cartier gold plated Tank wristwatch, 2cm rectangular silvered dial with Roman numerals, sapphire set crown, backplate No. 79197, 5057001, Cartier black leather strap and buckle, boxed Condition: Good overall, light wear, movement not tested and sold as seen £200 - £300

400 Garrard, an Art Deco style 9ct gold Garrard open faced pocket watch, triangular suspension ring, 4cm circular champagne dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the backplate with presentation inscription dated 1961, boxed Condition: generally good, ticking, service advised £80 - £120

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405 Rolex, a gents 18ct gold Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day Date wristwatch, 3cm circular dial with baton numeral, day aperture at 12 o’clock, date aperture at 3 o’clock, integral 18ct gold President bracelet, approximate weight all in 121g Condition: light wear, movement not tested, sold as seen, service advised £3500 - £4000

402 Rolex, a 1960’s gentleman’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air King stainless steel wristwatch, 3cm circular silvered dial with baton numerals, integral Rolex strap, green box with outer cardboard box and receipt dated 1969. Condition: case generally good overall with light wear only, ticking, sold as seen £800 - £1000 403 Garrard, a boxed vintage gents Garrard wristwatch, square dial with baton numerals and date aperture at 3 o’clock, on a 9ct bracelet, approximate weight all in 46g Condition: visually appears generally good overall, not tested and sold as seen, service advised £300 - £350 404 Rolex, a circa 1970’s gentleman’s steel Rolex Oyster Precision wristwatch, 3cm silvered dial with baton numerals, integral steel Rolex bracelet, in a green Rolex box with outer cardboard box Condition: winds smoothly, and ticking at present, hands change fine, winder screws tight, no dents/pitting to case, light scratches to face, lug pin holes fine, logo to bracelet, box generally good overall £800 - £1000

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406 Rolex, a circa 1930’s gentleman’s silver Rolex wristwatch, 3cm circular guilloche silvered dial with subsidiary seconds dial at 6 o’clock, backplate No. 119974, later leather strap Condition: general case wear, ticking at present, sold as seen £280 - £320

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 411 An 18ct gold full hunter top wind pocket watch, on a 9ct Albert chain, approximate weight all in 130g Condition: case with lights dents, movement not tested £150 - £200 412 John Pearce of Stratford On Avon, a 19th Century 18ct gold open faced pocket watch, 4cm scroll bright cut dial, key wind fusee verge movement, signed and No.6028, approximate weight all in 55g Condition: appears generally good overall, movement not tested and sold as seen, service advised £450 - £500

407 Omega, a circa 1960’s gents steel Omega Speedmaster Professional wristwatch, 4cm circular black with black enamel tachymetre, illuminous baton numerals and three subsidiary dials, integral Omega steel bracelet Condition: case with light wear in accordance with age/usage, movement appears operative, not tested, sold as seen and service advised £1500 - £2000 408 Omega, a circa 1960’s steel Omega Automatic Seamaster wristwatch, 3.5cm circular silvered dial with dagger numerals, company monogram to the crown, later expanding strap Condition: light wear, ticking, service advised £80 - £120 409 A 9ct gold cased Dennison open faced pocket watch, Swiss movement, on a 9ct rose gold Albert, approximate weight all in 105g Condition: case with light dents and backplate inscription, movement not tested £400 - £450 410 An 18ct gold half hunter top wind pocket watch, 4.5cm white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the casework Chester 1924, approximate weight all in 97g Condition: light/average case wear, movement not tested £150 - £200

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413 An 18ct gold cased pocket watch, Roman numerals and subsidiary dial, the backplate engraved Swinden & Sons, Temple St, Birmingham, engraved eagle to case Condition: dial in good condition, no cracks or loses; Case - slight denting, scratches and minor wear, 18ct gold inner and outer cases, hinge good, 49 mm approx £700 - £800 414 An 18ct gold William iV open faced pocket watch by William Woof, Tunbridge, No.52069, fusee movement, diamond end stone, the engine turned case with engraved applied border, the casework hallmarked 1831 £650 - £750 415 An 18ct gold mid Victorian pocket watch by Thomas McKeown London, fussee movement No 503 all over decorated case 43mm, gross weight approx 58gms £400 - £500 416 An 18ct gold Waltham small open faced pocket watch, hallmarked 1882, brass keywind 3/4 plate movement 2178040 43 mm diameter approx, gross weight 59.9gms approximately, with key Condition: case with light hairlines to dial, crack to face, otherwise appears generally good overall, movement not tested, sold as seen and service advised £450 - £500 417 Robert Barnes of Birmingham, a George iii pair case pocket watch, circa 1785, studded tortoiseshell outer case, 3.5cm white enamel dial, verge fusee movement, gilt metal casework Condition: Case with damage/losses £180 - £220

418 A George iii silver pair cased pocket watch, movement signed W & C Nicholas, Birmingham 6059, hallmarks for Henry Harding, Birmingham 1791, gross weight approx Condition: Not running, there is a three point hairline crack to dial, the whole mechanism requires professional and thorough restoration £140 - £160 419 C. Edwards of London, a William iV silver pair case pocket watch, 4.5cm white enamel Roman dial, fusee movement, the outer case hallmarked London 1827 Condition: Appears generally good overall with no obvious detrimental issues £80 - £120 420 A George iii pair cased silver pocket watch, white enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, the gilded interior with a pierced back plate and inscribed ‘Hallam, Nottingham’, London 1812, the case stamped I.G. for Joseph Glenny; together with a further William IV silver pocket watch, made by Tho. Hallam of Nottingham, white enamelled dial with black Roman numerals, the gilded interior with a pierced back-plate and inscription, the case hallmarked for London 1835, case maker by George Richards (2) £150 - £200 421 P..Tompion, London, an early Victorian silver fusee pair cased pocket watch, 4.5cm white enamel dial with Roman numerals, movement No.3499, the casework Birmingham 1837 Condition: in need of attention £140 - £160 422 A George iV silver fusee pair cased pocket watch, 4.5cm white enamel dial with Roman numerals, the casework London 1829 Condition: in need of attention, hands detached, dial discoloured £40 - £60 423 An 18ct full hunter key wind pocket watch, 4cm white enamel dial with Roman numerals signed James McCabe, London, approximate weight all in 74g Condition: lacking glazing, movement not tested £100 - £150 31


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SiLVER 1000 A Victorian silver table snuff box, bombe shaped the border and sides chased with a band of flowers and scrolling foliage, the base engine turned, gilt interior, Neustadt & Barnett, Birmingham, 1840, 9cm long, 6.71 ozt (208.6gms) £450 - £550 1001 An Edwardian silver circular pill box and cover, the enamel cover painted with holly leaves and berries, gilt interior, E S Barnsley & Co, Birmingham, 1911, 1.05 ozt (32.5gms) £40 - £60

1006 A George iii silver wine funnel, Peer and Anne Bateman, London, 1803, 12.5cm long, 2.4 ozt (74.5gms) £250 - £350 1007 A Keswick School of industrial Art silver Arts & Crafts caddy spoon, the oval planished bowl with open work Celtic style knot motif handle, 7.5cm long overall, 0.55ozt (17gms) £200 - £300 1008 A George Vi silver and enamel compact, the cover with radiating guilloche powder blue scalloped enamel decoration, Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham, 1941, 2.06 ozt (63.9gms) £80 - £120 1009 An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion realistically cast a Ladies shoe, profusely chased with flowers, kitten heal upturned toe, Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1907, 11cm long 100gms gross £160 - £200

1011 A Victorian silver novelty and enamel vesta case, the cover engraved: IN ME A MATCH YOU’LL ALWAYS FIND; William Thorneywork, Chester, 1889, 0.65 ozt (20gms) £80 - £120 1012 A George iii silver tea caddy, bombe shaped with gadroon border, the body engraved with a band of foliage above rectangular cartouche one engraved with crest beneath motto, the other with initials, on four ball feet, the hinged cover bright cut engraved with squiggle work and pagoda finial, interior with two compartments and lock, London, 1814, the base stamped: Lambert Coventry Street London, 20.33 ozt (632.3gms) £600 - £800

1002 An Elizabeth ii silver novelty tot cast as a thimble, the top border engraved: JUST A THIMBLEFUL, Charles Horner, Chester, 1952, 1.24 ozt (38.6gms) £40 - £60 1003 A George iii silver plain oval nutmeg grater, the cover engraved with initials, steel grater, Thomas Willmore, Birmingham 1799, 4.5cm, 0.90 ozt (27.8gms) £300 - £350 1004 An Edwardian silver hammered cigarette box, the hinged cover with vacant central circular cartouche, fitted cedar wood interior, Joseph Braham, London, 1904, 11cm wide, 418.1gms gross £80 - £100

1010 An Edwardian silver plain vesta case, the front inset with compass, with suspension ring, Martin, Hall & Co, Chester, 1909, 33.3gms gross £80 - £120

1005 A Victorian silver trowel, the blade engraved with scrolling foliage and geometric pattern, turned wooden handle, Smith, Nicholson & Co, London, 1859, 32cm long, 183gms gross £80 - £100

1013 A large Victorian silver wine goblet, plain bowl on stem realistically cast a vine stem with leaves and grapes above circular foot chased naturalistic ground, London, 1850, maker’s mark rubbed, 24cm high, 13.31 ozt (413.9gms) £500 - £600 1014 An Edwardian silver combination ashtray and cigar lighter, globe body with detachable spikes, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1908, 4.79 ozt (149gms) £80 - £120

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 1015 A Victorian silver oval hip flask, engine turned with vacant shaped oval cartouche, Robert Thornton, Birmingham, 1868, 3.33 ozt (104.4gms) £100 - £120 1016 A Chinese silver mounted hardwood page turner, the mount chased as a stylized flower possibly chrysanthemum, stamped on collar £80 - £120 1017 A Victorian silver Sheffield plate set of a grape scissors and two nut crackers, mounted in fitted leather case, by Atkin Brothers (stamped) £50 - £70

1020 An Edwardian silver card case, the plain body chased with a border of ribbon reeded columns with flower corners, the front engraved with initials, Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham, 1911, 2 ozt (62gms) £80 - £120 1021 An Edwardian silver Aide Memoire, the body engraved with radial design within foliate border, the front with oval cartouche engraved with monogram above date 1905, fitted interior, Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham, 1904 107gms gross £60 - £80 1022 A Victorian silver card case, engraved with the Scott Memorial within triangular cartouche surrounded by foliage, the reverse similarly engraved with central cartouche engraved, M N Ross 1858, David Pettifer, Birmingham 1855, 1.78 ozt (55.2gms) £350 - £400 1023 A Victorian silver card case, engraved with flowers and foliage, the front with central cartouche engraved with monogram, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham, 1878,2.17 ozt (67.5gms) £140 - £160

1018 An unusual Edwardian silver card case, the entire chased to simulate Crocodile skin, James Walker Ltd, Birmingham, 1906, 2.05 ozt (63. 9gms) £80 - £120

1019 Nathaniel Mills: A Victorian castle top silver table snuff box / table card case, the hinged cover depicting Abbotsford House within profusely chased border, the sides engraved with foliage, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1842, wood lined, 10cm long x 6cm wide £600 - £800

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1024 A Victorian silver card case, engine turned each corner with foliate motif, the centre with framed cartouche engraved with monogram, Birmingham, 1866, 1.97 ozt (61.2gms) £160 - £200 1025 An Edwardian silver card case, engraved with trailing foliage, with vacant shield shaped cartouche, Birmingham, 1906, 1.04 ozt (33.3gms) £80 - £120 1026 Shooting/Game interest: An Edwardian silver card case, the entire profusely engraved with foliage, the front with circular section chased with a Spaniel flushing a Duck amongst reeds, the reverse with monogram with shaped circular cartouche, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1905, 2.48 ozt (77.2gms) £250 - £300 1027 Two Edwardian silver card cases, both with striated engine turned decoration, one with central cartouche engraved with initials, both Chester, 1908 by William Neale, the other 1909 (2) 3.99 ozt (124.2gms) £200 - £300

1028 A George V silver engine turned card case, engraved with initials F.E.S, Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham, 1930, 2.31 ozt (72gms) £60 - £80 1029 A George Vi silver engine turned card case, with vacant circular cartouche, William Neale Ltd, Birmingham, 1946, 2.65 ozt (82.2gms) £60 - £80 1030 A George V silver engine turned card case, with vacant circular cartouche, Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham, 1918, 2.57 ozt (80gms) £60 - £80 1031 A Victorian silver card case, engraved with geometric floral decoration and motifs, George Unite, Birmingham, 1873, 1.64 ozt (50.9gms) £180 - £220 1032 An Edwardian silver card case, engraved with scrolling flowers and foliage, the right corner with initials, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1907, 2.8 ozt (87gms) £120 - £160 1033 An Edwardian matched three piece silver tea service including teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, with stylized fluted decoration, the teapot with CScroll ebonised handle and pagoda finial, Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield, 1901, the teapot 1909, in fitted mahogany case, the silver 21.62 ozt gross (672.7gms) £250 - £350 1034 A Victorian maple veneered travelling case with silver-plate mounted bottles and further moulded glass bottles and stoppers, fitted interior and compartments, the cover inset with brass cartouche £80 - £120 1035 A pair of early Victorian berry spoons, Robert Williams, Exeter, 1838 (2) 4.67 ozt (145.5gms) £80 - £120 1036 A pair of William iV silver candlesticks, each with foliate cast detachable sconces, above waisted stem and naturalistic shaped circular foot, Waterhouse, Hodson & Co, Sheffield, 1833 (2) filled £600 - £800

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1037 An Arts & Crafts silver hammered porringer, with twisting serpent handles, the body engraved with initials and dated 1921 within cartouche, D & J Welby Ltd, London, 1920, 9.94 ozt (309.5gms) £120 - £180 1038 Art Deco style silver mounted cigarette box, engine turned decoration, the cover with graduating thumbpiece and set with three agate/labradorite stones, on four ribbed feet, fitted interior, W H Manton Ltd, Birmingham, 1956, 16.7cm long 481gms gross £120 - £140 1039 A George ii provincial silver baluster tankard, the body chased with flowers and foliage, the shaped cartouche engraved with inscription dated 1859, S-scroll handle on raised circular foot, Newcastle, 1750, maker’s mark lacking, 5.67 ozt (176gms) £200 - £250 1040 A pair of George iii silver parcelgilt berry spoons, bright -cut engraved stems, in fitted case, Peter, Ann & William Bateman London, 1801, 3.29 ozt (102.3gms) £100 - £150

1041 An Edwardian plain silver envelope shaped card case, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham, 1904, 2.03 ozt (63gms) £100 - £120

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1042 An early Victorian silver card case, cartouche shaped profusely engraved with scrolling foliage, the front with Prince of Wales feathers within a diadem, the reverse with a basket of flowers, both sides of the hinged cover with initials CP in script, Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1841, 2.21 ozt (68.6gms) £250 - £300

1048 A Victorian silver gilt travelling cyclindrical picnic cup with removeable spirit burner stand, retractable handles, the cover engraved with a crest above monogram, the cup and stand, Thomas Johnson I, London, 1865, the cover 1861, 8.09 ozt (251.6gms) £200 - £250

1043 A George V silver card case, engine turned striated pattern, the front engraved H.W with circular cartouche, Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1926, 2.11 ozt (65.3gms) £50 - £70 1044 A Victorian silver card case, the entire profusely engraved with scrolling foliage, the centre with monogram with quatrefoil cartouche, Frederick Marson, Birmingham, 1885, 2.03 ozt (63gms) £60 - £80 1045 A Victorian silver chamber stick with gadroon border and matched snuffer, the chamber stick by Robert Hennell III, London, 1843, the snuffer Sheffield, 1833, maker’s mark rubbed, 10.57 ozt (329gms) £150 - £180 1046 A matched Edwardian silver chatelaine, the hinged belt clip pierced, chased and engraved with cherubs holding swags, urns, foliage and masks, hallmarked: Reynolds & Westwood, 1906 above five suspension chains holding: comb holder, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings Shepherd, Chester 1898; vesta case Rolason Brothers, Birmingham, 1910; bucket shaped thimble, Charles Horner, Chester; an 800 standard plain pencil holder and scissor in holder, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham, 1904, all items profusely chased except the pencil holder, 175.4gms £400 - £500 1047 A George iii silver mounted decanter / magnum bottle holder, the pierced sides bright-cut engraved with floral festoons between urns, one vacant oval cartouche above turned wooden base, London, 1783,15.5cm diam £150 - £180

1049 A Dutch .833 standard silver miniature novelty figure of a carpet beater, marked on rim possibly Rotterdam, maker’s mark and date letter visible £30 - £50 1050 An 18th Century silver mounted nut vesta case, the swing cover with engraved decoration and marked on the underside, mark possibly that of Isaac Davenport £40 - £50 1051 A George iii plain silver cream jug, wavy rim and three trifid shape feet, S-scroll handle, London, 1762, 2.36 ot (73.4gms) £60 - £80 1052 An Edwardian silver purse, profusely engraved with scrolling foliage, ivy leaves and squiggle work, the central shield shaped cartouche engraved with presentation inscription dated 1903, fitted interior, Birmingham, 1902 in presentation box £120 - £180 1053 A pair of George iii silver wine coasters, reeded border above bright-cut engraved wriggle work and a band of trailing foliate tied ovals, turned wooden bases, William Abdy II, London, 1803 £450 - £550 1054 A George V silver four piece tea service with ebony style handles and finials, all decorated with drooping harebell stems and rope band, Gorham Manufacturing Co, Birmingham, 1920, 43.62 ozt (1356 grossgms) £400 - £500 35


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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 1055 A George iii silver swing handled sugar basket, engraved with foliate swags and two vacant cartouches, on a square base, Charles Chesterman II, London, 1786, 6.41 ozt (99gms) approx 19cm high overall, bowl diam 10.5cm, £120 - £180 1056 A George V plain silver coffee/chocolate pot and a matching hot water jug, engraved with monogms with domed covers, wooden handles and both with later celebration engravings on the bases, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co, London, 1918, 24.24 ozt (754gms gross), Height to finial tops approx 18cm (2) £200 - £300 1057 An Edwardian silver pot and cover, tapering cylindrical body with wirework flower heads, leaves and vines overlaid, the hinged lid formed as a cartwheel with a flower head finial, blue glass liner, William Comyns, London 1905 (1) 3.93 ozt (122gms), 8cm diam, 8cm high £100 - £150 1058 An early Victorian silver baluster milk or cream jug with vertical fluted decoration and a foliate scroll handle, standing on four feet, Edward, Edward Junior, John and William Barnard, London 1841 together with another silver cream jug with engraved decoration including Peacocks, foliage and a monogram, same maker, London 1843, 14.78 ozt (458gms) (2) £200 - £300 1059 A collection of flatware including: A pair of George III silver Hanoverian rat tail table spoons, Stephen Adams, London 1779 and a set of six Victorian provincial silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, Thomas Stone Exeter, 1866; A group of four silver ladles: 1 x OEP - Solomon Hougham, London 1797, two sauce ladles, 1 x OEP, the other fiddle pattern, makers and hallmarks respectively Robert Stebbings London 1897 and Mary Chawner 1838 and two further ladles Dimmer and Son, Sheffield 1936, 14.75 ozt 458.6gms) (1 bag) £140 - £240

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1060 A Victorian Neo-Classical silver sugar basket, blue glass liner, Charles Stuart Harris, London, 1900, height 11cm together with a George V silver sugar caster with finial, pierced cover and plain baluster base, Nathan & Hayes, Chester 1911 and a George III silver cream jug, gilt lined, later decorated, Richard Mills 1761, 17.24 ozt (3) £180 - £220 1061 A George V silver three piece tea service comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, of plain bombe form with fluted sections, S. Blackensee, Birmingham 1927, weight all in 27.53ozt (856g) (3) £200 - £300 1062 A George iii silver sauce boat, ogee rim on three trefoil pad feet, ogee rim, London 1761, makers mark indistinct, possibly Richard Mills together with a George III silver cream jug, bright cut engraved including a decorative waist band and an initialled cartouche, makers mark part rubbed, hallmark London 1804 (2) 7.37 ozt (229.1gms) £150 - £200 1063 A collection of silver including: silver Vesta case and watch chain 1.91 ozt/ 59.2 grms approx., Birmingham 1909; a cigarette case, a cigarette box, vesta case and two watches etc £50 - £100 1064 A set of five George iii provincial Old English pattern silver tablespoons, engraved initial ‘B’, Newcastle 1813, makers John Robertson II and John Walton, 8.5 ozt (264gms ) (5) £100 - £150 1065 A collection of flatware including: A set of six piece George iii silver dessert spoons, forks, tablespoons and table forks, William Chawner London 1825 (24) ; a further set of six George III silver forks, maker W.E. London 1814 and six George III Old English pattern silver dessert spoons and a table spoon, London 1818 and 1804 etc, 55.66 ozt (1 bag) £520 - £620

1066 A collection of silver including: a William iV silver three piece cutlery suite, comprising knife, spoon and four prong fork, each with worked mother of pearl handle, Gervase Wheeler, Birmingham 1833; A William IV silver knife and fork set,with mother of pearl handles (knife & handle separated) Thomas Sansom, Sheffield 1834; a Victorian silver mustard pot, Henry Stafford Ltd, Sheffield 1894 with salt spoon Birmingham, 1895; A George V silver napkin ring, Charles Horner, Chester 1928, 8.4 grms; another oval shaped mustard pot, Chester 1912 with blue glass liner (one end chipped) £200 - £300 1067 A George iii silver pap boat, with lobed sides and scalloped rim, hallmarks struck to the underside of lip, London 1775, length 8.5cm, weight 22 g / 0.73 ozt approx. together with two George III silver patch boxes, one round plain engraved with initials, Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1796, diameter 3cm, the other of lozenge form with bright cut Greek Key style decoration, Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1805, length 3.5cm, combined weight 19 g / 0.61 ozt approx (3) £120 - £180 1068 A collection of flatware including: a set of seven George III provincial silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, engraved initial ‘B’, one (af ) George Murray, Newcastle, no date letter, 3.4 ozt, 108gms approx (7); A William IV set of six silver fiddle pattern tea spoons, London 1837, inscribed ‘M’ to handles, 93 grms/ 2.9 ozt; A pair of early Victorian fiddle pattern dessert spoons, JW in script (John Williams), London, 1839 3.36 ozt; A set of 6 William IV fiddle pattern teaspoons, London, 1832, 3.51 ozt together with a set of five George V coffee spoons, James Dixon & Sons; together with a set of four Edwardian silver teaspoons, four silver golfing trophy spoons, for S.G.C., 5.48 ozt, 170gms approx; together with silver handled and a sterling handled paper knives, two plated butter knives and an EPNS teaspoon (18) £200 - £300

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 1069 A pair of George V Corinthian column candlesticks, the base engraved with initials, Cooper Brothers, Sheffield 1930, filled 33cm high £300 - £500 1070 An Elizabeth ii silver salver with piecrust rim on three claw feet, Barker Ellis, Birmingham 1965, with retailer’s stamp, 17.96 ozt (558gms) £150 - £180 1071 An Art Deco silver four piece teaservice comprising teapot, hotwater jug, milk jug and sugar bowl, plain octagonal bodies on stepped bases, the teapot and hot water jug with geometric ebonised finials and handles, Elkington & Co., Birmingham, circa 1930/2 pattern no: 37181 47.25 ozt (1469gms gross) £420 - £480 1072 A George iii silver King’s pattern fish slice with pierced decoration, William Eley and William Fearn London 1807, 207gms, 30.5cm long £60 - £100 1073 A John Pinches cased set of silver miniature 100 greatest cars collection, with 100 greatest cars collection booklet (2) £80 - £120 1074 An Edwardian silver desk stand, rectangular tray form with gadrooned border and foliate bracket feet, two floral bordered compartments containing cut glass inkwells, the central candle holder with sconce and snuffer, J Parker, London 1905,with retailer’ stamp, 22cm wide, 17.63ozt excluding wells £220 - £320 1075 A George iii silver Bachelor’s Teapot, chased with floral scrolls, the hinged cover with flower finial, ebony Cscroll handle Henry Chawner, London 1796, 14 ozt (440gms gross) £160 - £220 1076 A George iii silver silver seven bar toast rack, segmented arcading, gadroon border and squat ball feet, makers mark probably T and I.S, Sheffield 1815, 208.4gms together with a George III silver helmet shaped cream jug, with bead edge, gilt interior, on square form base, John Lambe, London 1787, 3.3 ozt 105 g / 2) £180 - £220

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1077 A pair of Mappin & Webb silver bon bon dishes, Birmingham 1936, diameter approximately 13cm, weight approximately 196gms/ 6.32 ozt together with a George V silver and enamel mounted cigarette box, the cover with blue guilloche enamel sunshine radiating decoration, fitted interior, William Neale, Birmingham, 1930; a cigarette case front and back with enamel lace work decoration, gilt interior, Birmingham, 1923, maker’s mark MM and a silver and enamelled mounted brush and mirror set, Birmingham 1931, Adie Brothers (7) £140 - £200 1078 A Collection of silver cigarette cases and boxes including: A Continental 0.835 white metal engine turned and cedar lined cigarette box, the cover stamped 835; a cigarette case Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1960, 5.8gms/ 5.10 ozt; a plain cedar lined silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1954 and another apparently unmarked (af ) - 4 £60 - £80 1079 A Victorian four piece silver tea service comprising teapot, hot water jug, sugar bowl and milk jug, the gadroon border above plain oval bodies with ribbed corners, raised on four ball feet, ebonised C-scroll handle and pagoda finial, Charles Stuart Harris, London, 1926, 43 ozt (1350gms) £300 - £400 1080 A pair of George iii silver oval mustard pots, gadroon border above pierced gallery on ball and claw feet, London, 1772, with blue glass liner and a pair of George III mustard spoons; another pair of George III mustard pots, reeded and anthemion border,on ball feet, S Younge & Co., Sheffield, 1812 and a George III silver bright cut engraved Toddy ladle with whale bone twist handle, the reverse handle engraved with crest & motto: Coulter Mains, maker’s mark lacking, London, 1797 (3) £130 - £180 1081 A late Victorian silver framed mirror profusely chased, James Deakin & Sons, Chester, 1901, 33cm x 19cm together a plain silver photograph frame, Charles S. Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1966 17cm high and a white metal frame with oval picture inset, backed (3) £120 - £180

1082 A pair of 19th Century Sheffield plate baluster candlesticks, stamped Elkington & Co., together with collection of plate, epns etc. including NeoClassical style wine ewer, various serving dishes, toast racks tea sets etc (1 box) £100 - £200 1083 A quantity of silver including: Georgian style silver cream jug and twin handled sugar bowl, John Millward Banks,Chester 1901; Seven silver caddy spoons, mostly Victorian and indistinct hallmarks; together with silver jug London 1808, and matchbox holder; A pair of George V silver bottle labels engraved Oil & Vinegar, Robert William Jay, Birmingham, 1930 together with a George VI silver plain matchbox sleeve, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London, 1949; A George III Fiddle pattern brightcut engraved sugar tongs, makers mark probably that of Thomas Wallis II, London, 1807 together with another George III plain tongs, John Shekleton London, 1803 and a small George V set of sugar nips, J Thompson & Sons, Birmingham, 1924 - 17.72 ozt (550.9gms) 1 bag £180 - £220 1084 A William iV silver snuff box, reeded sides with plain lid, gilt interior, William Simpson, Birmingham, 1833 together with a George III silver curved plain snuff box, probably John Lambe, London 1805, 3.95 ozt (123gms) (2) £180 - £220 1085 A quantity of silver including: a Victorian silver and cut glass double cruet, each three piece set in an individual silver stand, Sheffield 1886, in fitted leather case, velvet lined, together with unrelated salt and mustard spoons; set of 6 Art Deco silver boxed teaspoons, George Howson, Sheffield 1937; set of 6 George III silver OEP teaspoons, Stephen Adams II, London 1815; Ten 19th Century Fiddle pattern teaspoons, various hallmarks including two for Exeter 1845 and Three Victorian silver salt spoons, London 1867 (2) and 1873, all by George Adams, and a silver napkin ring; t hree fiddle pattern various egg spoons and sugar nips (1 bag) £180 - £200

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 1086 A George iii silver lobed teapot, the ‘C’ scroll handle ensuite with ivory insulators, gadrooned decoration on four ball feet, London 1812, width 28cm, gross weight 625 g / 20 ozt approx £180 - £220 1087 A quantity of silver including: silver salver Birmingham 1938, Barker Brothers Silver Ltd, approx 7.4ozt/229.5gms; Silver Victorian style belt buckle, London 1979 and pair of silver salt and pepper, Birmingham 1981[ Two silver tankards, weighing approx 6.34 ozt, Birmingham hallmark, indistinct date, second tankard, Sheffield 1934, maker Viners, wieghale silver: 15.69 ozt (488gms) and A late Victorian silver trumpet vase, London 1898, maker Goldsmiths and Silversmiths (Gibson and Langman), weighted base (7) £140 - £180 1088 An Edward Vii silver ink stand, plain rectangular body raised on scroll feet, the borders with scrolls and reeding together with a pair of shaped square bottles with silver collars and hinged covers with similar borders, C H, London, 1908, the stand 22cm long, 15.5cm wide, the stand 328gms £80 - £120 1089 A set of five Georgian style silver plates, scalloped border with gadrooned edge, between cast shell motifs, each border engraved with a crest, Barnard & Sons, London 1901, 116.26 ozt, 25cm diameter approx £1000 - £1200 1090 An Art Deco silver four piece tea service including teapot, hot water jug, sugar bowl and milk jug, plain octagonal bodies on stepped bases, the teapot, hot water jug with fruitwood C-scroll handles and pagodas, Wiliam Neale, Birmingham, 1933 (4) 41.93 ozt (1,303.1gms) £380 - £420 1091 A Victorian silver bowl, bright cut chased decoration in the Neoclassical style with fluting to the base, Henry Atkin, Sheffield, 1892, 3.66ozt, 10.5cm diameter together with an Edwardian bowl, profusely chased with scrolling foliage on three scrolling supports with Goddess head terminals, gilt interior, Daniel & John Wellby, London, 1907 (2) 12.4 ozt (385.8gms) £80 - £120 38

1092 A George ii silver coffee pot, the body later chased with flowers and foliage, the spout with acanthus terminal, S-scroll handle, the hinged cover with gadroon border beneath urn shaped finial, Richard Burcombe, London, 1731, 19.98 ozt (621.5gms) £300 - £500 1093 A pair of Victorian silver novelty pepperettes in the form of standing owls, each cast and chased with foliage plume, inset with glass eyes, full hallmarks struck to body and inside bezel of each detachable cover, sponsor’s mark for E C Brown, London 1875, height 7cm, combined weight 88 g / 2.8 ozt approx together with a Britannia metal Owl pepperette (3) £400 - £600 1094 An Edwardian silver combination vesta, stamp, sovereign and photograph holder, with chased decoration of floral sprays and vacant shield shaped cartouche, E J Trevitte, Chester 1904, weight 39 g / 1.27 ozt approx £250 - £350 1095 A Victorian silver combination vesta and sovereign case, of cushioned rectangular form with gilt interior, William Oliver, Birmingham 1897, weight 1.2 ozt / 37 g approx £100 - £150 1096 An Edwardian silver sovereign case of spherical form, Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1904, together with a similar example with engraved floral decoration, Birmingham 1905, and a plain example, Birmingham, 1902 total combined weight 51.8 g / 1.67 ozt approx (3) £80 - £120 1097 A collection of silver including: a George III silver basket, circular form with reticulated panels, swing handle, on pedestal foot, by William Plummer, London 1762, 12.7cm diam; together with Victorian sugar bowl, of circular form with out swept undulating rim, the side chased with floral decoration and animals (fox, duck fish and pig) on three lions mask and paw supports, by George Unite & Sons, Chester 1899. 7.6cm high, x diameter 11.5c with an Edwardian novelty lucky silver wishbone sugar nips with patinated design and spring function, Birmingham 1907 (3) 8.66 ozt (269.7gms) £100 - £200

1098 A Chinese Wang Hing 90 Standard silver card tray, rectangular raised on four stepped feet, the tray decorated with a dragon encircling the sun, within a pierced gallery rail with stylized bamboo shoots, stamped WH 90 and character mark, 15cm long, 128.6gms £180 - £220 1099 An Edwardian silver snuff box of football interest, inscribed to the top ‘Presented by the Committee of the Clapton F.C. to S. B. Jose Esq. in recognition of his valuable service as President 1909/10’, hallmarked George Unite, Birmingham, 1908, weight approx. 73.5g/2.36ozt £200 - £300 1100 A large Victorian style silver mounted easel style dressing table mirror, having bevelled heart shaped mirror within shaped silver frame heavily embossed all over with flower and scrolling leaf decoration with winged angels to side, the top with central cartouche (left blank), flanked by putti to sides and with further putti to base corners, DSS, London 1984, blue velvet backing, height 45cm x width 43cm £60 - £100 1101 An 18th century style continental white metal coffee pot, of tapering circular form, having domed hinged lid, double scroll ebony handle with carved thumb grip and swan neck spout, all over repousse decorated flowers and scrolling leaves, height 22.2cm. (gross weight 648.4g) £120 - £220 1102 A Victorian Neo-Classical silver oval teapot, bright-cut decoration, ivory scroll handle and carved ivory finial. Andrew Crespel & Thomas Parker, London 1869, 675.2g £120 - £180 1103 SPORTiNG iNTEREST: An Edward Viii silver, hallmarked and inscribed trophy, inscribed ‘British Legion Knowle Branch President’s Cup for Shooting’, with a list of previous winners engraved from 1931 until 1978, : F.G. Rose, Birmingham, 1930, weighing 19ozt approx £100 - £200

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 1104 A George V large silver salver, having cast and chased shell and scroll border, the centre engraved with a crest, on four scroll feet, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London 1913, retailed by Edward & Sons, Glasgowheight 5.5cm x diameter 49cm. (approx. 2464g) £600 - £800 1105 A large Victorian silver sugar caster by George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Chester 1898, of baluster form, raised upon stepped circular foot, having twist-lock pierced and engraved top surmounted by turned finial, height approx 20.5cm together with a George III helmet shaped cream jug on square base, London, 1801, maker’s mark indistinct (2) 12.42 ozt (386.3gms) £100 - £150 1106 iRiSH iNTEREST: A George ii irish silver twin handled loving cup, with mid rib on stepped circular foot, the handles with acanthus terminals, the body engraved with crest and arms, William Townsend, Dublin circa 1750, 32.96ozt, 18cm high, 26cm wide, The crest and arms are those of O’Gorman £1400 - £2000 1107 A matched set of twelve George iii Old English Pattern table forks with feathered edge, the reverse handles engraved with a crest, William Turton, London, 8 x 1777 & 4 x 1779 (12), 27.83 ozt £240 - £340 1108 HUNTiNG iNTEREST: A late Victorian silver circular rose bowl embossed ‘C’ scrolls and floral frieze, on circular pedestal base, the central cartouche engraved: EARL OF HARRINGTONS HOUNDS 1931 1str Prize Bitch “Figit” walked by Mrs J H Jeffery, Walter & John Barnard, London 1886, gross weight approx 646gms / 20.76 ozt note: the (Earl of ) Harrington Fox Hounds hunted in south Nottinghamshire, £150 - £250 1109 A William iV silver chamber stick, the base being made from overlapping leaves with a leaf and branch finger holder and flower head style light holder, Charles Reily & George Storer, London, 1830 (1) 94.9gms/3.05 ozt approx., approx 13 by 10cm £100 - £200

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1106 1110 Two 19th Century fish slices: one fiddle pattern, the body with pierced circular design, the handle engraved with an initial, John Crouch, London, 1814; the other OEP with pierced blade, the handle engraved with a crest, William Theobalds, London, 1833 (2) 9.71 ozt (301.9gms) £60 - £100 1111 An Art Deco style silver four piece tea set including teapot, hot water jug, cream jug and sugar basin, of angled cuboid form each on four angled stepped feet, Birmingham 1957, 60.4ozt £400 - £500 1112 An Edwardian large shaped square plain salver, with raised border, on four scroll feet, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths’ Company, London, 1910, with retailer’s stamp, 36cm wide and George VI circular tray, similar, Vale & Charles, Birmingham, 1933 (2) £600 - £800 1113 An Edwardian silver fob viniagrette, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Holling, Birmingham, 1902 together with four various plain silver vesta cases, Birmingham 1904-1917 and a.925 stamped silver envelope shaped stamp case (5.30 ozt (164.8) (6) £120 - £180

1114 A Victorian silver rectangular vinaigrette with canted corners and undulating thumb grip, with pierced gilt grille, gilt interior, Sampson Mordan & Co, London 1879, stamped, height 1.6cm x width 3.4cm x depth 2cm £80 - £120 1115 A quantity of Old English Pattern flatware including: A matched set of ten George III dessert spoons, each engraved with initials, 8 x William Eley, London, 1805 with 2 x George Turner, Exeter, 1830; three tablespoons, London 1784, 1812 and 1835; two George VI silver soup spoons with rat tail, Sheffield 1938 and a pair of sauce ladles, the handle engraved with an initial, maker’s mark W.S possibly that of William Sumner, London, 1805 (17) 24.73 ozt (769.7gms) £220 - £280 1116 Five early 20th Century silver vesta cases one with import marks and applied female figure on one side together with a silver matchbox holder, various dates and makers and a cigarette box, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham, 1933 (af ), (7) £100 - £120

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 1117 Three George iii graduating pepper casters, baluster bodies with detachable pierced covers beneath wyvern fluting, two with circular bases one with square, London, 1773, 1781 & 1798 together with a George III plain silver pap boat, circa 1780 (4) 9.07 ozt (282.3gms) £200 - £300 1118 A George V matched three piece silver tea service comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, of ovoid form with curved semi-fluted decoration, the teapot with ebonised C-scroll handle and urn shaped finial, gilt interiors, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1921 & the sugar bowl 1928, 32.58 ozt (gross weight 1010.3g). (3) £250 - £350 1119 A matched pair of Edwardian circular silver travelling boxes, plain circular the covers engraved with a crest above motto, Levi and Salaman, Birmingham 1902 and 1900, 8cm diam together with a George V silver plain cigarette box, engraved with initials, Smith & Bartlam, Birmingham 1919 (af ) (3) £60 - £100 1120 A George V shaped square salver, with canted corners and raised border, SAH,London, 1946, 20.6 ozt, 639.6gms approx £200 - £300 1121 A George iii Provincial silver drum silver teapot, cylindrical form with ebony handle and finial, the body engraved with initials beneath coronet with wreath, John Langlands, Newcastle 1774,18.07 ozt approx £250 - £350 1122 A quantity of King’s & Queen’s pattern flatware including: fish slice, serving spoon, soup ladle, set of 6 dessert spoons, a table spoon, fork, fish knife and teaspoon 46.3 ozt (1,440 gra,s) £400 - £500 1123 A George iii silver brandy warmer of typical circular baluster form, having turned wood handle, gilt interior, Thomas Wallis I, London, 1772,pan diameter approx. 10cm. (gross weight 222.8g) £70 - £90

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1124 A large quantity of 19th/20th Century Fiddle pattern flatware including: fish slice, soup ladle, serving spoon, 3 sauces ladles, 18 various table spoons (1x fiddle & thread), 9 dessert spoons, 6 dessert forks and 14 teaspoons, some engraved with initials, various dates and makers, 84.6 ozt (2,644gms) £700 - £900

1130 A George iii silver circular salver, with gadroon and shell border on three claw and ball feet, the centre engraved with Arms with cartouche, Elizabeth Cooke, London, 1766, 18.3cm. diam together with a larger Georgian style plain salver with piecrust rim on three scoll feet, Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd Sheffield, 1924, 26cm diam. 30.34 ozt £250 - £350

1125 A collection of 18th & 19th Century Old English Pattern flatware including: 11 table spoons + 1 Hanovarian pattern table spoon; 4 dessert spoons; set of 6 table forks with beaded edges; set of 6 dessert forks, a dessert fork and knife; a sauce ladle with gilt shell bowl and 5 teaspoons, various dates and makers (1 bag) 54.39 ozt (1,691.5gms) £480 - £520

1131 TiFFANY & CO: An American silver facetted trumpet shaped vase by Tiffany & Co., on stepped base engraved with initials, stamped on underside 925 Sterling Silver (weighted) together with two further silver trumpet shaped vases, various dates and makers including: James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1928; Joseph Gloster, Birmingham, 1974 & plated example - all weighted (4) £100 - £200

1126 A matched Art Deco three piece plain silver tea service comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, chevron border above facetted bodies on stepped foot, the teapot with ebonised handle and finial, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1931-33, stamped on base, 26.04 ozt (810gms) £200 - £300

1132 An indian silver presentation baluster mug, the body chased and engraved with village panorama, animals, palm trees against a mountainous backdrop, the raised foot engraved “To Their President from The Allahabad Cricket Association”, height 13.7cm together with two further pieces Asian silver including a mug chased with Oxen and figure in high relief, stamped Dobson Picadilly and a box and cover profusely engraved with figures, flowers and foliage (3) 834gms £200 - £300

1127 A Georgian style oval sauceboat, gadroon rim above three shell and hoof feet, S-scroll handle, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1938 together with two similar sauceboats with wavy borders, Viners, Sheffield 1963 and Sheffield 1970 (3) 13.46 ozt (418.5gms) £100 - £200 1128 A George iii silver oval sauceboat, with wavy rim on three hoof feet, Richard Palmer I, London, 1762 together with two further oval sauceboats similar, Chester 1898 & London 1911 (3) 11.69 ozt (363gms) £80 - £120

1133 An Elizabeth ii four piece silver tea and coffee service comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and a twin handled sugar bowl, plain octagonal bodies, Roberts & Belkand, Sheffield 1963, with a pair of silver plated sugar tongs together with a George V silver twin-handled cup and cover, scroll and foliate handles, Birmingham, 1916 (some damage to edge of cover), total weight 1463gms (6) £550 - £650

1129 A George iii silver oval teapot stand, bright-cut engraved with flowers, squiggle work and central crest within wreath cartouche, onfour bracket feet, George Burrows I, London, 1799 together with another example plain with engraved initials, Peter & Anne Bateman, London, 1796 (2) £100 - £180

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 1134 A collection of six Georgian silver toddy ladles to include; a George II silver toddy ladle, by Philip Goddard, London 1746, having ovoid bowl with scalloped rim and side, with turned mahogany handle; a George II silver toddy ladle with George II 1758 shilling to base; a George III small silver toddy ladle, by Charles Rawlings, London 1819 together with three further George III toddy ladles, all ovoid bowls, various dates and makers, all with turned wooden handles (6) £150 - £200

1139 A George V silver trophy and stand engraved “The Marcolyn cup best Cocker Spaniel bitch dated 1926”, London, 18cm high together an Edwardian plain cigarette case, Chester, 1903; a pair of Edwardian trumpet posy vases, William Comyns & Sons, London, 1904 (weighted); Victorian style pin box and cover chased with foliate decoration; two Victorian style cut glass dressing table bottles with silver lids and a pierced bonbon dish, Sheffield 1962 etc (1 bag) (7) total gross weight approx 441.7g / 14.20 oz £100 - £150

1135 A George V silver shaped circular basket, reeded border above reticulated sides, on four ball-and-claw feet, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1913 together with a George V silver tazza with pierced border, S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, probably Birmingham, 1923, 31.83 ozt (989.7gms)m (2) £250 - £350

1140 An Edwardian silver three piece tea service comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, reticulated flared apron above shaped circular bodies on four scroll feet, Sibray, Hall & Co Ltd, London,1907 retailed by Russells Ltd of Liverpool, 45.33 ozt (1410.0gms) £400 - £500

1136 A pair of Victorian silver-gilt serving spoons with twisted ornate stem and figural terminals, Henry Stratford, Sheffield, 1895 together with a Victorian apostle spoon, Frederick Elkington, Birmingham, 1888 and a cartouche top spoon, Thomas & George Hayter, London, 1883, (4) 8.48 ozt (263.5gms) £70 - £100

1141 A George iii Scottish silver three piece tea service comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, with floral border above lobed bodies on spreading circular foot, the teapot with C-scroll acanthus capped terminal handle and flower finial, George McHattie, Edinburgh, 1817 & 1818, 46.91 ozt (1459.2gms) £550 - £650

1137 A collection of table silver including: an early Victorian reticulated large salt, Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard, London, 1840; a Scottish circular mustard pot and cover, Leonard Urquhart, Edinburgh, 1837; a pair of George III cistern shaped salts, gilt interior, marks rubbed circa 1780 together with a pair of Victorian salts, Arthur Sibley London, 1872 together with 13 various napkin rings; a mustard pot and salt with two toast racks (1 bag) 37.41 ozt (1161.0gms) £300 - £500

1142 A matched George V silver three branch candelabra, detachable branches above baluster candlestick on shaped oval base, the base Fattorini & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1913, the branches and detachable sconces Hawkesworth, Eyre & Co, (Sheffield) circa 1932, 1649.3 gms filled £200 - £300

1138 An 18th Century parcel gilt goblet, the bowl chased with scrolling flower and foliage, the stem with central knop, the spreading circular foot with gadroon border, London, marks rubbbed: date letter possibly that of 1771, maker’s mark W possibly that of Charles Wright, 7.9 ozt (245.7gms) £150 - £250

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1143 A George V silver epergne, trumpet shaped central vase stem flanked by two matching vases, on circular stepped base, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1913, 20.98 ozt gross £60 - £100

1144 A collection of wine related silver ware including: a George V crumb scoop, Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1918; a modern wine coaster, cast with gum leaf open gallery, on turned wooden base, Peter Gertler, Australia, stamped.925, circa 1995; another coaster with pierced gallery rail, London, 1991 with turned wooden base together with a collection of 7 bottle labels including: a George III silver Sherry label, Elizabeth Morley, London 1797; a Port label, Charles Rawlings, London 1818, a modern Sherry label, a Victorian Madeira label, Joseph Willmore, London, 1853; William IV Brandy, London, 1830; Victorian Rum label Aston & Son, Birmingham,1859, George IV Port label, Elizabeth Morley, London, 1827 (1 bag) £150 - £250 1145 A George iii silver wine funnel, with detachable strainer, the main body engraved with a crest, SW/GP, London, 1810 £100 - £200 1146 A Victorian silver-gilt mounted etched glass ewer, the body decorated with Greek key style decoration, also engraved with a Coat of Arms depicting a boar passant in front of seven acorns, with the motto “Suscipere et finire”, translated “To undertake and finish”, the silver mounts decorated with putto, flower heads and rococo scrolls, with a central girdle of beaded detail, atop a silver footrim with floral decoration and repeated bead detail, ‘C’ scroll handle with lion rampant finial, silver marked for John Figg, London 1873, height 28cm approx The Arms are for Bolckow of Marton Hall, Yorkshire, see Fairbairn, plate 61. Henry William Ferdinand Bolckow, originally Heinrich Wilhelm Ferdinand B lckow, (8 December 1806 - 18 June 1878) was a Victorian industrialist and Member of Parliament, acknowledged as being one of the founders of modern Middlesborough £600 - £700 1147 A George iii silver meat skewer, Thomas Wallis II, London, 1800, 28cm long (1) £80 - £120

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 1148 A collection of flatware: including four Victorian fiddle and thread pattern table spoons, six desert spoons, Henry Holland, London 1845, together with four George III fiddle pattern table spoons, two sauce ladles, a dessert spoon, various dates and makers (17) 31.72 ozt (986.3gms) £250 - £350 1149 Stuart Devlin: A silver gilt limited edition surprise “Four and Twenty Blackbirds” egg, the mottled shell opening to reveal the spring loaded and enamelled nursery rhyme scene, Stuart Devlin, London 1982, numbered 29 of 200, 7cm high (unboxed) £250 - £350 1150 Stuart Devlin: A silver gilt limited edition surprise “Simple Simon” egg, the striated shell opening to reveal the nursery rhyme scene of baker serving cupcakes to a Jester and a dog, Stuart Devlin, London 1985, numbered 33 of 200, 7cm high (unboxed) £250 - £350 1151 Stuart Devlin: A silver gilt limited edition surprise Nursery rhyme novelty egg, the mottled shell opening to reveal an enamelled nursery rhyme scene of man and woman with crockery and cutlery, Stuart Devlin, London 1986, numbered 29 of 200, 7cm high, in original box £300 - £500 1152 An Edwardian silver mounted tortoiseshell mantle clock, cream enamel dial with blue Arabic numerals, with key (crack to face), the silver mount by Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham, 1907 together with a George V silver mounted engine turned mantle clock frame, arched top, David Moss & Co, Birmingham 1913, height 11cm, (lacking movement) together with a modern silver-plate mounted fold away leather cased desk clock (3) £100 - £200 1153 A collection of three George III tapering cylindrical silver mugs, the larger version by Thomas Wallis II, London, 1796; two smaller versions; one by Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult London, 1811 the other circa 1817 (marks rubbed) together with three various mugs - 1 x Sheffield, 1882 & 1910; 1 x Birmingham 1942 (6) 26.94 ozt (837.9gms) £250 - £350 42

1154 Two George III tapering cylindrical beakers, one with gilt interior by John Payne, London,1771; the larger one engraved with initial, by Walter Brind, London 1782 (2) 8.61 ozt (267.9gms) £100 - £200 1155 Two George II mugs: one baluster shaped with chased floral decoration, Charles Wright (probably - “Probable” attribution by Grimwade ), London, 1759; the other plain cylindrical engraved with crest above initials, Humphrey Payne, London, 1734, 22.07 (686.3gms) together with a silver-plate mug (3 ) £300 - £500 1156 A collection of four 18th Century silver cream jugs including: George III helmet shaped bright cut engraved jug, London 1796, maker’s mark rubbed; another similar Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult, London, 1801 together with two baluster versions, 1 plain x London, 1745 the other later chased 1771 (4) 14.72 ozt (457.7gms) £150 - £200 1157 An Elizabeth II silver four piece tea and coffee service, comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar bowl, Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1966 1636gms/52.6 ozt approx together with a George V teapot, similar, Thomas of New Bond Street, London, 1927 18.83 ozt (5) £600 - £600 1158 A collection of early 20th century silver smoking paraphernalia including: two cigarette cases, two match box holders, an ashtray, an enamelled vesta case, various dates and makers, 8.82 ozt (274.0gms) together with a Britannia metal framed cigarette box inset with print of Hound walking scene (Hunting) (7) £150 - £200 1159 A George III silver twin handled sucrier and matched milk jug, oval with ribbed handles and engraved foliate and festoon frieze, the sucrier by Soloman Hougham, London 1800, the milk jug by Alexander Field, London 1805, (420.6g). (2) £150 - £200 1160 An Edwardian silver novelty tea cup and saucer, R F Mosley & Co, Sheffield, 1911 together with squab teapot with ebony finial and handle, William Neale, Birmingham, 1907 and a tea strainer, Birmingham, 1937 (4) 15.62 ozt (485gms) £150 - £250

1161 A collection of Victorian and 20th Century silver dressing table ware including: silver mounted etched glass diffuser; a hob nail cut glass perfume bottle with cover; four further glass containers with silver covers - the heart shaped glass with plate mount; a pair of ring dishes (oval); two shoe horns; 2 pill boxes, a chatelaine with comb holder (plate) and two brushes and a mirror, various dates and makers (16 pieces - 1 bag) £150 - £200 1162 A collection of silver desk / writing paraphernalia including: a single oval inkstand and bottle; a twin bottle rectangular inkstand a square shaped chamberstick and snuffer; a capstan inkstand; two candle snuffers; a sprinkling pot cast as a spaniels head, various dates and makers together with a Continental white metal marble mounted model of a raised wooden shack and an Edwardian silver-plate mounted slope front writing paper & letter box (9) 1 bag £150 - £200 1163 An Arts & Crafts style silver spoon with standing Hare terminal, Albert Edward Jones, Birmingham, 1965 1.21 ozt (1) £25 - £35 1164 A large collection of miscellaneous silver tea and coffee spoons, various dates and makers, 37.67ozt (1,171.6gms gross) 1 bag £250 - £350 1165 A quantity of Georgian and later Old English Pattern and other flatware including Serving spoons; 14 spoons (table & dessert); 6 dessert forks and a pickle fork, various dates and makers, 40.27 ozr (1,250gms) £400 - £500 1166 A George VI silver English plain silver tea service comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, F H Adams & Co Birmingham, 1939 26.24 ozt (816.3gms gross) together with an Asian silver tea service, similar (2) £200 - £300 1167 A Victorian silver shaped oval swing handle basket chased with alternating floral decorated and pierced panels, fitted with swing handle fashioned from two wrythen wires seperated by graduated spheres tapering to hinge, William Devenport, Birmingham 1899, 29cm long together with a George VI lozenge shaped part recticulated dish on four supports, Viners, London, 1935 (2) 26.85 ozt (835.2gms) £150 - £250

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 1168 A collection of silver flatware & bottle labels mainly Georgian including: three George III silver plain OEP caddy spoons: 1 x bright-cut engraved, London, 1809, maker’s mark rubbed; 1 x London, circa 1810 (marks rubbed) the other, IB, London, 1802; a PORT bottle label, Thomas Purver & Edward Furnice, London, circa 1910 and SHERRY bottle label, CB, London, circa 1818 together with nine various sugar tongs, various dates and makers; a sugar wish bone nippers and a pair of sugar scissor tongs (1 bag) £200 - £300

1173 Cruet stand, desk stand, wine funnel and a pair of silver Concord picture frames in original box. (4) £30 - £50

1169 A pair of Edwardian vases / jardinieres, flared rim above chased swaying foliate border above plain wasted bodies, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, London, 1906 together with a circular bowl with flared rim above floral border on gadroon lower section, raised on three shell and hoof feet, Gibson & Co Ltd, London, 1901 (12.31 (383gms) £100 - £150

1175 A collection of Elizabeth ii silver including: an Asprey silver letter opener, the handle cast in the form of horse show, Asprey & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1989 together with a silver mounted Asprey desk clock, white enamel dial with roman numerals, the rectangular mount with beaded rim and oval central cut out, the silver by TP, London, 1973 and a plain rectangular inkstand with pair of cut glass bottles, the stand with reeded rim on four scroll feet with pen well, SPC, Birmingham, 1988 (3) £80 - £120

1170 A large Georgian style silver sauceboat, with wavy rim, S scroll handle on three shell and hoof feet, ED, London, 1907; another smaller version, Adie Brothers, Birmingham, 1928 together with four various cream/milk jugs, various dates and makers (early 20th Century), 27.29 ozt (848.8gms) £200 - £300 1171 An Edwardian silver three piece tea service comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug with gadroon border above gadroon lower sections, the plain top section engraved with a monogram, ebonised handle & finial, by Elkington & Co., Sheffield, 1907 with presentation inscription dated on base of teapot 1908.40.39 ozt (1256.3gms) together with a Georgian style matched batchelor’s silver tea set, oval with fluted decoration, the sugar and cream by John William Cadicott, Birmingham 1876, the tea pot by Charles Boyton II, London, date letter rubbed together 15.83 ozt (492.gms) (6) £500 - £700 1172 A Victorian Aesthetic silver four piece service including tea kettle and stand, teapot, sugar bowl and milk, the bodies profusely engraved with flowers, Martin, Hall & Co, London, 1888 & 9, 76.39 ozt (2,376gms) £600 - £800

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1174 A late Victorian silver oval tea caddy and cover, the body chased with scrolling foliage, Henry Atkin, Sheffield, 1898 together with a George V silver card case, engraved with ivy leaves and central circular cartouche with initials HW in script, Robert Pringle & Sons, Chester, 1912 (2) 3.09 ozt (96gms) £40 - £60

1176 A Victorian silver plate oval two handled tray, engraved with fern and vine leaves (1) £20 - £30 1177 A collection of silver including: a Kiddish cup, 1900; Cigarette box, circa 1921 (marks rubbed); cylindrical holder stamped Asprey London, London, marks rubbed and four various dressing table boxes including three with hobnail cut bodies and one circular ring box, various dates and makers (7) £40 - £60 1178 A Dutch .830 standard large wine cooler / champagne bucket the hammered body with wavy border on circular foot, fruitwood scroll handles, stamped on underside, 1,540.5gms £400 - £600 1179 A Continental white metal and glass comport, the circular glass top with hobnail cut decoration, the stand cast and chased a flowers on elongated stems above foliage on four hoof feet £50 - £70

1180 A Portuguese silver 0.833 standard six piece tea and coffee service including teapot, coffee pot, sugar box and cover, milk jug, tea kettle on stand with lamp, two handled tray, the octagonal bodies applied with stylized strapwork sections and stylised roses with square frames, on loop feet, the kettle with rope tied splayed support, marked Leitao & Lr, Lisboa with .833 boar standard mark together with a large two handled tray with rope twist boder and decoration en suite to the service, apparently unmarked (7 including burner), 10,100gms £3000 - £4000 1181 An Elizabeth ii silver four piece tea service including teapot, hotwater jug, milk jug and sugar bowl, bulbous bodies with fluted sections, the borders engraved with Baroque style decoration including rocaille, foliage, geometric patterns, the teapot with ball shaped finial and C-scroll fruitwood handle, Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham, 1953 and 1959 (4) 78.65 ozt (2,445.6gms) £800 - £1200 1182 A George V silver large two handled bowl in the form of wine cistern, the wavy border above engraved foliate canted vignettes above fluted sections on shaped foot, Cooper Brother & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1911, 62.41 ozt (1,941.2gms) £800 - £1200 1183 An Edwardian silver monteith, the shaped rim cast and applied with putti masks above trefoil shaped foliage, the body fluted with central vacant cartouches on similar foot, the oval ring handles terminating with Lion’s masks in high relief, London, 1901, maker’s mark J.G, 59.98 ozt (1,865.5gms) £800 - £1200 1184 A set of six white metal Continental possibly italian hammered champagne flutes with gilt bowls, the bodies chased with bunches of grapes and vine leaves together with a wine cooler, similarly chased, stamped on base with a star and an obling tray with gadroon edge (8) £80 - £120

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 1185 A Continental two handled cup with pierced border above chased decoration on raised foot, stamped 906 together a 19th Century reticulated shaped fruit basket with an EPNS circular dish with bunch of grape border (2) £40 - £60 1186 A pair of Ercuis electroplated batchelor coffee pots (2) £200 - £300

1192 1188 An Elizabeth ii silver York pattern 12 piece canteen of cutlery / flatware service comprising: Dessert, Soup, Coffee and Teaspoons; Table and Dessert Knives & Forks; Fish knives and forks; a soup ladle and a sauce ladles; carving set; 4 serving spoons and some plated spoons, all in fitted 3 drawer canteen on cabriole legs, Sheffield, 1993 (1) £1000 - £1500 1189 A George iiii Neo-Classical silver claret jug, urn shaped plain body with beaded borders on rim, central section and foot, engraved with a large crest, the hinged cover with closed flower bud finial, ebony C-scroll handle with acanthus leaf terminals, John Scofield, London, 1779, 25.2 ozt gross (778.3gms) £250 - £350 1190 The Tudor Dessert Knife and Fork - a six piece dessert knife and fork set after originals from circa 1565, with stainless blades and tines, in fitted case £100 - £150

1187 A Wiener Werkstatte silver spoon designed by Josef Hoffmann and executed by Anton Pribil, circa 1910, the hammered bowl with elongated stem and geometric terminal, the reverse stem stamped with: WW; the Vienna 900 standard mark; Rose trademark; artists and executing goldsmiths monogms, 15cm long approx £800 - £1200

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1191 An George Vi style silver mounted perpetual desk calendar, on plinth base, the silver hallmarked Mappin & Webb, London, 1983 (1) £70 - £100

1192 Omar Ramsden: An Arts & Crafts silver bowl and cover, the spot hammered bulbous body with rim applied with large bead motifs and raised on reeded collet foot, the cover with central applied Tudor Rose motif supporting amber cabouchon set within trencher finial, hallmarked: Omar Ramsden, London 1926 and engraved on base: Omar Ramsden Me Fecit, 6.53 ozt (203.1cm) £1500 - £2500 1193 A Victorian silver cartouche shaped necessaire, the hinged cover chased with scrolling foliage and central cartouche engraved with initials, fitted interior retaining eight contemporary silver needlework tools, all hallmarked Henry Thornhill, London, 1886, the base with retailer’s stamp, 192gms gross £180 - £220 1194 A George V silver and guilloche enamel mounted travelling set including two pairs of brushes, a mirror, a comb, two various circular glass powder bottles, each with blue enamel covers/mounts, William Comyns & Sons, London, 1926, each piece numbered all in fitted leather case with yellow silk lining the case with gilt lettering R.B.D complete with leather cover (1) £150 - £200 1195 A George Vi silver entree dish and cover, oval body with gadroon borders, with glass inset, Viner & Sons, Sheffield, 1960 (2) 28.22 ozt 877.1gms £180 - £220

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 1199 A George V silver plain octagonal silver salver, with gadroon rim on four canted feet, the reverse engraved with autograph signatures and dated 1947, C J Vander, London, 1914, 8.38 ozt (260.5gms) 20.cm diam £100 - £120

1196 A pair early 20th Century silverplate and copper rectangular serving dishes / bain marie, detachable warming plate, the body with turned handles on ball feet (2) £80 - £120

1200 A George iV silver circular bowl, the sides chased with putti amongst baskets of flowers, gadrooning and foliage, central cartouche with engraved inscription dated 1835, the foot chased with a band of trailing flowers and foliage, GH/WC, London, 1820, 25.13 ozt (781.7gms) £200 - £300 1197 A late Victorian silver mounted novelty pin cushion in the form of a Jockey’s cap, sectioned with alternative fluted silver or felt sections, leather base, marked on the peak but indistinct, circa 1900 (1) £200 - £300

1198 Arts & Crafts: An English Pewter David Veasey designed two-handled loving cup, the body of tapering form with stylized honesty trees design above a banner inscribed: ”For Old Times Sake”, the base stamped: English Pewter / Made in England; with design number: 010, 23cm high £300 - £400

1201 A pair of George iii silver candlesticks, detachable floral shaped sconces with beaded rims, the acanthus capitals above tied reeded columns on bases chased with ribbon tied paterae within swags of husks, the sconces engraved with a crest, John Carter, London, 1774/5 (2) filled £1800 - £2200 1202 A Portuguese Art Deco silver four piece tea service including teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and cover and milk jug, with geometric handles, the cylindrical bodies engraved with a floral within shield border, lower sections gadrooned, the hinged and loose cover each with mushroom style finial, stamped: Fra Marques Porto Lisboa with standard mark 0.833, circa 1935 £300 - £500 1203 A George V silver oval two handled tray gadroon and rocaille border, the centre engraved with basket of flower vignettes, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London, 1913, with retailer’s stamp, 2, 460gms £600 - £800 1204 A George V silver novelty case realistically cast as a Cello, the hinged back chased with putti, the front with scrolling foliage, ETB, London, 1926 with Import mark, 1.25 ozt together with a 19th Century cylindrical filigree pin tube and an Asian silver bracelet with reticulated band terminating with dragons heads with the centre set with large purple facet cut glass stone (3) £150 - £200

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1205 A late 19th Century enamel white metal mounted miniature tea service probably Austrian comprising three cups and saucers; milk jug, sugar bowl and baluster shaped pot, painted with 18th Century pastoral scenes, together with a silver-plate shaped square silver-plate salver £100 - £200 1206 An Art Deco EPNS four piece Batchelor coffee set including coffee pot, milk pot, sugar bowl and oblong two handled tray together with Egg cruet on stand with spoons (2) £50 - £80 1207 An Edwardian silver mounted large pin cushion in the form of a canoe / kayak, Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings (Frank) Shepherd, Birmingham, 1902, 13cm long, 49.6gms gross (1) £100 - £150 1208 A Victorian silver plain circular snuff box, with squeeze opening mechanism, the cover engraved with initials, gilt interior, William Neale, Chester, 1900, 2.10 ozt (65.4gms) £80 - £120

1212 A George iii Neo-Classical silverplate teapot and stand, oval body the top and base engraved with urns, swags and foliage above fluted sections, the central section with scrollings foliage and cartouche engraved with initials, the hinged cover with pagoda finial, the plain oval base with gadroon border on four ball and claw feet (2) £100 - £200 1213 A George V silver cigar holder, Birmingham, 1921 together with a collection silver plate flatware including soup ladle, servers etc (1 bag) £50 - £100

1214 A matched set of two Edwardian silver mounted novelty pin cushions in the form of Pigs (Sow and Piglet), Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham, 1905, the sow 8cm long overall & piglet 45.cm long, 92.6gms gross (1) £160 - £200 1215 An Edwardian silver topped whiskey noggin, Hukin & Heath, Birmingham, 1907 £70 - £90

1216 An early 20th Century large rectangular easel back photograph frame (1) £100 - £150 1217 A George Vi silver three piece tea set comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, oval shaped with fluted sections with acanthus leaf borders, the teapot with hinged cover, ebony pagoda finial and C-scroll handle, all on four ball feet, E Silver & Co., Sheffield, 1951, 38.85 ozt (1,208.5gms) (3) £300 - £500 1218 A George ii silver dressing table box and cover, rectangular with canted corners, the cover engraved with a panel of hare bells or criss-cross decoration punctuated by rocaille surmounted with foliage, the sides with swaths of scrolling panels scallops shells in the corners and central sections, the cover later engraved with a coat-of-arms, motto and supporters beneath an Earl’s coronet, on raised stepped base, Francis Nelme, London, 1728, marked on inside cove and base, 12cm long x 9cm wide x 5cm high, 15.19 ozt (472.3gms), in fitted modern bespoke navy leather velvet lined case Note: The arms are those of George Booth, 2nd Earl of Warrington (1675-1758) of Dunham Massey, who succeeded his father as 2nd Earl of Warrington in 1694. Provenance: Koopman Rare Art Ltd; Private Collection UK £4000 - £6000

1209 An early 20th Century large easel back silver plate arch top photograph frame £100 - £200 1210 A pair of George iii irish graduating silver circular trencher salts, the sides with lobed decoration on raised foot, Christopher Haines, Dublin, 1810, marked on underside and interior, (2) 6.29 ozt 195.7gms) £150 - £250 1211 A George iii silver retractable travelling fork together with a pair of George V silver grape scissors, the handle and step cast with figures and bunches of grapes, London, 1913 (2) £100 - £120 1218 46

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 1226 An Elizabeth ii silver letter opener, engine turned handle, William H Manton, Birmingham, 1990, 0.82 ozt (25.4gms) £30 - £50

1224 A George V silver double division table cigarette casket, central handle above plain body on four ball feet, fitted interior, James Deakin & Sons, Chester, 1914 £100 - £150

1227 A modern irish silver miniature Mether cup (four handled cup), maker’s mark probably that of John Miller, Dublin, 1949 together a George V silver miniature three-handled cup (Mether), James Whitehouse & Son, Birmingham, 1917 (2) 3.01 ozt (93.4gms) £60 - £100

1219 A George V silver mounted reptile skin cigar case, the silver collar hallmarked PS & Co., London, 1922 (1) £70 - £100 1220 A Victorian silver coffee pot, facetted body engraved with flowers and foliage, the body engraved with inscription, the hinged cover with floral finial, C-scroll handle, on four scroll feet, Richard Pearce & George Burrows London 1846 £100 - £200 1221 A set of six Edwardian parcel gilt ornate teaspoons, Wakely & Wheeler, London, 1901 (6) 2.19 ozt (68.1gms) £50 - £80

1225 A large Edwardian silver mounted novelty pin cushions in the form of an Elephant, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham, 1907, 6cm long, 51.3gms gross (1) £140 - £180

1228 A George iii silver vinaigrette, engraved and fashioned as a bag, the grille engraved and pierced as a basket of flowers, gilt interior, London, 1818, 0.45 (14gms) £80 - £100

1222 An Edwardian silver double one and a half sovereign case, the body profusely engraved with foliage, Sydney & Co., Birmingham, 1903, 0.9 ozt (27.9gms) £80 - £120 1223 A pair of George iii early Sheffield silver candlesticks, with Corinthian column capitals above stems chased with chain tied festoons of wheat sheaves above bases chased with urns or paterae within foliate swags on a gadroon border, with detachable shaped square sconces, John Winter & Co., Sheffield, 1773, the base with turned wooden bases (filled) approx: 18.46 ozt gross (2) Note: 1773 was the first year of the Sheffield assay office operating £400 - £600

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1229 A Edwardian silver mounted novelty pin cushion in the form of an Elephant, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham, 1905, 3cm long, 8.6gms gross £80 - £120

1234 An Edwardian silver mounted novelty pin cushion in the form of a Carp, Chester, Rg no: 53100, 4cm long overall., 15,4gms gross £80 - £120

1230 A George iV silver vinaigrette, the cover and base engraved with geometric quatrefoil decoration with reeded sides, the cover with cartouche engraved: Remember, gilt pierced and engraved grille with gilt interior, Thomas & William Simpson, Birmingham, 1820, £100 - £150

1235 A pair of early 20th Century 800 standard Dutch silver novelty figural salt and pepper shakers cast in the form of a boy and girl, 98.2gms £200 - £300

1231 An Edwardian silver mounted novelty pin cushion in the form of a Swan, Cohen & Charles, Birmingham, 1906, 7cm long overall, 17.1gms gross £70 - £100

1237 A matched 19th Century silver three piece silver tea service comprising teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, wavy rim above fluted bodies, engraved with bands of swags above pets, the teapot with ebony pagoda finial and handle, the teapot and cream jug - Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London, 1898, the cream jug by Peter & Anne Bateman, London, 1814 (3) 33.3 ozt (1,035.6gms) £300 - £500

1238 An Edwardian silver mounted novelty pin cushion in the form of a Rabbit, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham, circa 1910, 6cm long overall, 10gms gross (1) £80 - £120 1239 A Victorian silver card case, the front and reverse profusely engraved with ivy leaves and flowers, the fron with shaped cartouche engraved with initials and dated 1882, George Unite, Birmingham, 1881, 1.97 ozt (61.3gms) £100 - £150

1232 A George iii vinaigrette, the cover and base engraved with squiggle and pricked decoration, the cover with plain cartouche, with foliate pierced grille and gilt interior, John Simpson, Birmingham, 1805, 0.35 ozt (10.9gms) £80 - £120 1233 A modern Scottish silver miniature Quaich, J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Edinburgh, 1973 together with two silver sugar bowls, 1 x James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1942 and 1 x Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London, 1918 (3) 9.09 ozt (282.6gms) £100 - £150

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1236 A Russian silver guilloche enamel frame, marked Fabergé with the assay master’s mark of W.K /1850 and St. Petersburg, 1896: rectangular form with silver ribbon tied cut corners, the husk borders enclosing panels of pale blue guilloch enamel surrounding a vacant oval glass fronted recess surmounted by scrolling foliage and flowers in high relief, easel back, marked on rim, 8.5cm high x 6cm wide £1000 - £1500

1240 A Victorian silver ogee shaped cup/goblet, the body engraved shells, foliage and panels in Baroque manner, on stepped foot, gilt interior, Robert Garrard, London, 1872, 9.99ozt (310.6gms) 19cm high £100 - £200

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 1241 A Georgian silver baluster castor, the top engraved with diagonals and pierced within beneath urn shaped finial, Hester Bateman, London, 1784, 3.25 ozt (101.1gms) £50 - £80

1247 A 19th Century silver plate oval inkstand, with pierced gallery rail on four scroll feet, with a pair of glass ink bottles and covers and central section with chamber stick (1) £100 - £150

1253 A small wooden campaign style box with brass handset containing silver dressing set, silver topped items engraved, coronet device - incomplete and A/F £400 - £600

1248 An Edwarian silver novelty silver pin cushion modelled as a roller skate boot with rotating axle and wheels, brown cushion, Birmingham 1910, Rd 535766, maker’s mark possibly that of Crisford & Norris (rubbed) 7cm long overall, 45.6gms gross £100 - £200

1254 A George V silver circular box, the hinged cover with blue guilloche enamel, Levi & Salomon, Birmingham, 1926 £80 - £120

1242 A George V silver mounted novelty pin cushion in the form of a Chick, Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham, 1922, 3.5cm long overall, 19.4gms gross (1) £100 - £120 1243 An Arts & Crafts silver paten with spot hammered finish applied Tudor Rose to centre, the border engraved J.FL JE from J D Laurie Sheriff London 19356, unmarked attributed to Omar Ramsden £300 - £400

1244 A Victorian presentation snuff box, shaped rectangular the entire chased with scrolling flowers and foliage, the central cartouche engraved with inscription: Presented to Mr ROBERT BLACK BY A FEW FRIENDS as a mark of respect. Glasgow 1860 - BEING THE TRICENTARY OF THE REFORMATION IN SCOTLAND; gilt interior, hallmarked Edward Smith, Birmingham, 1859, 4.53 ozt (140gms) £200 - £300 1245 A George Vi silver salver, raised border on four ball-and-claw feet, J Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1944, 1,300gms £200 - £300 1246 A George V matched twelve piece Old English Pattern flatware service, including table forks, dessert forks, dessert spoons, teaspoons and 3 table spoons, with dessert and table knives, the silverware hallmarked Collingwood & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, the majority,1931 & 33, 74.20 ozt,(approx 2,308gms) in fitted mahogany case, £600 - £800

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1249 A late Victorian silver two handled pail shaped bottle holder, the body applied with trailing vine decoration and ribbed sections, with rocaille thumbpieces, with engraved inscription dated 1902, Charles Stuart Harris, London, 1904, 12 ozt approx £150 - £200 1250 A pair of George i style silver candelabras, octagonal facet shaped with central foliate finial, the sconces drip pans (not detachable), Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1961 (2) approx 40 ozt, £500 - £800 1251 A pair of George iii silver salts, beaded rim above three shell and hoof feet, gilt interior, Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London, 1787 together with salt spoons, CJ Vander, Sheffield, 173 (4) 3.84 ozt (119.5gms) £50 - £80 1252 Two silver novelty pin cushions in the form of wheelbarrows: one George V by Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham, 1920, 6.5cm long, 19.6gms gross together the other larger Edwardian with wire work frame top and legs (one missing), Williams Ltd, Birmingham, 1910, 10cm long overall, 31.9gms gross (pin cushion detachable) (2) £60 - £80

1255 A large George V silver mounted novelty pin cushion in the form of a Hedgehog, Birmingham, 1911, maker’s mark indistinct, 7cm long, 28gms gross (1) £70 - £100

1256 An Edwardian silver mounted novelty pin cushion in the form of a small Hedgehog, Birmingham, 1906, maker’s mark rubbed, 4cm long overall, 10.3gms gross £40 - £60 1257 A set of twelve Edwardian fruit knives and forks with silver tines and blades, the blades engraved with foliage, mother-of-pearl handles, Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1912, in fitted oak case £200 - £300 49


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1258 An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion and holder in the form of a Piano Stool, detachable seat cover, silk interior, Clark & Sewell, Birmingham, 1909, 6cm long x 5.5 high overall. 47gms gross £50 - £80 1259 A George Vi Jubilee four piece tea service comprising teapot, hot water jug, sugar bowl and milk jug, plain octagonal bodies with engine turned mid rib sections, the hinged cover with ivory finials, C-scroll ivory handles, Thomas Bradbury, Sheffield, 1933 (4) £600 - £800

1259 1262 A Victorian silver Chatelaine, arabesque shaped wire work clasp with five suspension chains, four holding items including: measuring tape (stamped: PATENT); viniagrette, chainmail purse and whistle, hallmarked Henry William Dee, London, 1872, the purse apparently unmarked, the clasp & measuring tape stamped with French Retailer’s mark, 6.55 ozt (1) £300 - £400

1265 A 19th Century Continental white metal rococo revival Chatelaine, the anthemion shaped clasp above four suspension chains holding: a thimble; scissor holder; aide memoire and pencil holder, unmarked, 84gms gross £50 - £80

1263 A George V silver two handled large oval tray, with pierced arabesque raised border, centre engraved with initials and dated 1914, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1912, 2, 780gms approx (en suite with previous lot) £500 - £800

1260 An Edwardian silver novelty pin cushion in the form of a Naval Officer’s Cap, S Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham, 1910, Reg:562590, 7.5cm overall, 43.1gms gross (1) £140 - £180 1261 A George V five piece silver tea service including kettle on stand, teapot, hotwater jug, sugar bowl and milk jug, oval shaped with flared upright rims pierced with arabesques, plain bodies with scroll feet, the bodies engraved with initials and dated 1914, Williams (Birmingham) Ltd, Birmingham, 1914, 3,520gms £500 - £800

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1266 A pair of Art Nouveau WMF Eiffel Tower Candlesticks with pierced decoration to the shoulders and base, detachable sconces £60 - £100 1264 A Victorian silver Rococo Revival Chatelaine, the heart shaped clasp chased and pierced with cherubs above another small plaque similar, the entire with five suspension chains holding: a thimble case with thimble inside; scissor holder; brass key, pencil holder and revolving thread reel, by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings, London, circa 1893, 3.24 ozt gross (1) £200 - £300

1267 An Edwardian silver muffin dish cover and liner, the base with wavy rim, the domed cover with ivory knop finial, C S Harris & Sons Ltd, London, 1911, 19.05 ozt (592.6gms) £200 - £300 1268 A Victorian silver King’s pattern serving spoon, the handle engraved with initials, London, 1874, maker’s mark indistinct, 5.26 ozt (163.6 gram) £80 - £100

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 1282 A Victorian silver plain vesta case, the front engraved with a monogram, Sampson Mordan, London, 1883, 0.82 ozt (25.6gms) £50 - £80

1269 A George ii silver trencher salt, of chamfered rectangular form with oval recess,the body engraved with crest, Edward Wood, London, 1739, 1.89 ozt (58.7gms) £150 - £200 1270 An Edwardian silver card case, the front chased with cherubs with scrolling foliage, William Neale, Chester, 1903, 2.57 ozt (79.9gms) £80 - £100 1271 A Victorian silver plain oblong silver hip flask, the front engraved with a crest beneath initials and date: July 8th 1897, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1896, 2.49 ozt (77.5gms) £25 - £35 1272 An Elizabeth ii Britannia silver frame cast in the form of a Teddy Bear, wooden back £60 - £100 1273 A set of George V silver novelty teaspoons, ball shaped bowl with twin tennis racket terminals, Sanders & MacKenzie, Birmingham, 1928, in fitted case retailed by Walker & Hall £140 - £160

1276 A Continental silver mounted dark green glass perfume bottle and stopper, the metal openwork frame with central motif KHARUM TEMPLE FEB 14 1914, the stopper with similar £80 - £100 1277 A Victorian silver mounted parcel-gilt double ended facet cut ruby glass scent bottle, Rowlands & Frazer, London, 1859 £60 - £100 1278 A late 19th Century flashed glass blue on white silver topped perfume bottle together with another amethyst glass perfume bottle with silver top (2) £70 - £100 1279 A French late 19th Century Necessaire with an oval ivory case fitted with a French gold needle case, bodkin, thimble, pair of steel gilt mounted scissors and a gilt mounted piercer, the plain case silk lined with brass lockplates, circa 1880 (1) £300 - £400

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1284 A pair of George V silver plain circular menu holders, Sampson Mordan, London, 1926 (2) 1.68 ozt (52.3gms) £70 - £90 1285 A George V silver seal with letter R, Sampson Mordan Chester, 1913 £40 - £60 1286 A late Victorian white metal letter opener stamped on the blade: S Mordan & Co £20 - £40

1280 A pair of late Victorian silver King’s pattern grape scissors, Atkin Brother, Sheffield, 1900, 3.94 ozt (122.3gms) £50 - £70

1274 An early Edwardian silver topped hob nail cut glass perfume bottle and stopper with hinged cover, the silver collar G&W, Birmingham, 1901 £40 - £60

1275 An Edwardian silver novelty pin box and cover in the shape of an Apple, the base with applied strapwork, gilt interior, Henry Matthews, Chester, 1902, the cover also stamped 54, 143.4gms gross £80 - £120

1283 A George V silver vesta case “seamless non choke 3”, Sampson Mordan & Co., London 1913, 1.52 ozt (47.2gms) £60 - £80

1287 An Edwardian plain silver plaster case, Sampson Mordan, London, 1901 together with original plasters, 0.45 ozt (13,8gms) £50 - £70

1281 A George V stained beech silver mounted novelty smoker’s companion, the lift top section opening to reveal sloping compartment, the main body chased with mullioned windows above archway opening, the back with two smaller archways, all above slide drawer with bone handle on plinth base, the silver top section engraved “Ye Newarke”, the silver hallmarked, J Batson & Son, London, 1912 £50 - £80

1288 An early 20th Century 9ct gold fold away pen, stamped S Mordan & Co, 10gms £100 - £120 1289 An early 20th Century 9ct gold retractable pencil holder, stamped S Mordan & Co, 13.9gms £65 - £85

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 1302 A George iV silver cushion shaped pocket snuff box and cover, the cover bright cut engraved with central floral motif within wriggle works borders, the reverse with floral decoration, gilt interior Thomas Newbold, Birmingham, 1823, 0.93 ozt (28.9gms) £100 - £200 1290 An Edwardian novelty silver boiled egg cutter, Hilliard &Thomason, Birmingham, 1906, 1.79 ozt (55.8gms) £70 - £90

1296 A Victorian silver novelty small vesta case in the form of cigar case, Birmingham, 1884, 0.40 ozt (12.4gms) £50 - £70

1291 A late Victorian plain silver perfume funnel, Birmingham, 1899, 0.65 ozt (20gms) £45 - £55

1297 An Edwardian plain circular vesta case, S Blackensee, Birmingham, 1903. 0.67 ozt (20.7gms) £45 - £55

1292 An Elizabeth ii silver and green enamel compact, the cover with enamel radial striped and floral centre, engine turned back, fitted interior, Joseph Gloster, Birmingham, 1952, 134.8gms gross £65 - £85

1298 A Victorian silver and parcel-gilt fall front vesta case, inset with an oval photo frame, the cover engraved with E A CLUTTON, the reverse engraved: Emulation L of I etc, Saunder & Shepherd, Birmingham, 1898 £50 - £80

1293 A Continental silver and enamel circular box and cover with pale blue enamel cover and sides, the top with lime green scrolling enamel border, the pailloned cover punctuated with lime green dots, stamped .935, import marks £280 - £320

1299 A George Vi 9ct gold engine turned cased pocket knife, E Baker & Sons, Birmingham, 1933 £65 - £75

1294 Georg Jensen: A rose pattern caddy spoon, stamped with sterling silver London import mark dated 1935, 0.75 ozt (0.75gms) £70 - £100 1295 Two early 20th Century Advertising silver vesta cases for James Maclean Turf Accountant, one by F H Adams Ltd, Birmingham, 1912; the other go-to-bed version by Lindsay & Paisley Ltd, Birmingham, 1925 (2) 2.62 ozt (81gms) £70 - £90

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1300 An American late 19th Century silver fruit knife, the case chased with Baroque style decoration, the blade engraved C Martin and stamped Gorham & Co £45 - £65 1301 An Edwardian novelty silver and enamel pill box and cover, the cover painted with a view of Victoria Falls above a banner entitled: “Rhodesia”, Marples & Beasley, Birmingham, 1904 together with a Victorian silver pill and chased cover, Saunders & Shepherd, Birmingham, 1897 (2) £70 - £100

1303 A George V silver sovereign and half-sovereign case, oval with striated decoration, George Loveridge, Birmingham, 1913, 1.22 ozt (37.9gms) £75 - £95

1304 A pair of Art Deco electroplated novelty knife rests modelled as racing greyhounds, each wearing vests numbered 1 (2) £120 - £180 1305 A pair of George Vi silver graduated tazze, the borders chased and engraved with a wide band of intertwining stylized leaves and foliage within wavy rim, plain centres on trumpet feet, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1949, with retailer’s stamp on bases, (2) 23.52 ozt (731.4gms) £250 - £350 1306 A Victorian style circular bowl, the wavy border above pierced stylised foliate top section, on the three scroll and paw feet, Robert Pringle & Sons, London, 1939, 18.92 ozt (588.4gms) with glass inset (1) £200 - £300 1307 A set of eight Georgian style wine goblets, engraved with bunches of grapes, Frank Hawker Ltd, Birmingham, 1970 together with a silver plated example en suite (9) 44 ozt £200 - £300

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2007 Two platters (2) £30 - £40

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2008 A Carltonware Guinness advertising lamp modelled as a sealion balancing a spherical ball lampshade with “Guinness if good for you” motto £220 - £280 2009 W.E.J. Dean for Royal Crown Derby, two scene painted plates, within pink borders, including cottage scene and marine scape, 23cm diameter (2) £25 - £35 2000 A pair of mid 19th Century ruby opaque cased glass lustres, circa 1860, ogee rims, florally painted panels, facet cut clear droppers, height 28cm (2) £150 - £200 2001 A George iii wine glass, circa 1770, ogee bowl engraved with an exotic bird and vines, double opaque twist stem, broken pontil, height 14cm £100 - £120 2002 An 18th Century wine glass, circa 1770, ogee bowl, double opaque twist stem, broken pontil, height 13cm £70 - £90 2003 Three 18th century style air twist wine glasses, two similar trumpet bowl ale glasses on folded feet, a pair of small 19th century decanters and two similar decanters [9] £70 - £90 2004 An 18th century cordial glass, the bell shaped bowl on a multi strand double spiral with double strand helix core, on conical foot, 13cm high, 4.3cm at rim, 6.4cm diameter at foot £50 - £80 2005 A set of three George iii style wine glasses, rounded bowls with star and lens border, on faceted stems and conical feet, polished pontils (3) £60 - £90 2006 A late 18th Century Caughley “French Sprig” part tea service, with central gilt star motif and gilt banding, circa 1790 to include twelve tea bowls (one broken); nine saucers, a slop bowl, a sugar basin and cover (cover broken), a milk jug and two larger dishes £130 - £160

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2010 J McLaughlin, three painted cabinet plates, gadrooned and foliate borders, central images of exotic birds in branches, signed and monogrammed, 23cm diameter [3] £60 - £80 2011 Two Royal Crown Derby painting plates by J. Price; one of Monsal Dale, Derbyshire and the other of Cloud Wood House, both 22cm diameter, along with a Royal Crown Derby hunting scene plate (3) £100 - £150 2012 A Derby dessert plate with a fluted rim, painted with flowers and leaves within gilt bands, the centre painted with fruit by George Complin, pattern No.140, circa 1782-1800, puce mark numeral 8, diameter 19.5cm Condition: slight wear to gilding, otherwise good. No damage or restoration £120 - £140 2013 Royal Crown Derby imari 1128 pin dishes and plates including solid gold line, dinner plate etc. (5) £50 - £80 2014 A Derby Bloor pedestal urn vase, twin handled form, on square base, the maroon body painted with a vignette of a watermill, below a ruined gatehouse, the reverse with floral still life cartouches, between gilded acanthus scroll handles, printed mark, 29cm high £120 - £150

2015 A pair of 19th Century cabinet plates with hand painted scenes; one of a windmill possible East Anglia along with a pair of Crescent China plates (4) £30 - £50 2016 A KPM porcelain vase, the central moon shape vase with blue and white floral decoration to rear and gilt highlighted decoration to front, flanked by two modelled figures of young girls on a tree stump base, Height 20cm £150 - £200 2017 An English porcelain dessert dish with floral bouquets, along with a teapot stand featuring Bush Hill park (2) £20 - £40 2018 A Chelsea Gold Anchor plate with garlands of flowers suspended from gilt fleur-de-lys around a central flow, 21cm diameter along with a similar painted side plate 17cm diameter (2) £20 - £30 2019 A Wedgwood Jasperware medallion of the astonomer Sir William Herschel (1738 - 1822) modelled by John Flaxman, both Saturn and Uranus are represented to the top right of the central cameo bust. Missing any gilt metal frame, several breaks which have been repaired £20 - £40 2020 A Worcester Blue & White Fluted Edge Shallow Dish, ‘Pine cone’ pattern, date circa 1780, size 19cm diameter Provenance: The Late Noel Howard Collection Condition: Good £40 - £60 2021 A Newhall Tea Bowl & Saucer, date circa 1800, size Tea Bowl, 8.5cm diameter, 5.cm high approx, Saucer, approx 13cm diameter Provenance: The Late Noel Howard Collection Condition: Good £25 - £45

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2022 A KPM porcelain side plate with English floral bouquets and gilt border, a small soup tureen with English floral decoration including roses and dog rose, naturalistic handles and rose finial, along with a floral vainity pot (3) £70 - £90 2023 A Newhall helmet shaped cream jug with a twisted body, date circa 1800, size 11.5cm high approx Provenance: The Late Noel Howard Collection Condition: Good £20 - £40 2024 A Caughley small blue & white butter boat, Fisherman pattern, date circa 1780, size 5cm x 6cm diam’ approx Provenance: The Late Noel Howard Collection Condition: Replacement Handle £20 - £30

2027 An 18th century bell shaped tankard painted in the Chinese manner, Height 15.5cm (restored) £40 - £80 2028 A mid to late 18th Century Bow porcelain baluster form tankard in the Imari palette on a slightly spreading foot, having a fenced garden with lattice border at the lip, Height 12cm, diameter approx 8cm £150 - £250 2029 A Continental porcelain snuff box,18th century, rectangular and brass mounted, painted with a courting couple in a garden, 8.5cm x 6.3cm, together with another enamelled circular example painted with peacocks, 6.7cm [2]. Condition: Rectangular example: fully restored. Circular example: Large areas of lost enamel and old restorations. AF £45 - £65

2025 A Royal Worcester porcelain scent bottle made to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887. The flask shaped bottle topped with unmarked silver screw-on stopper fashioned as a crown, to one side is a cameo of young Victoria and the other features the floral symbols of the union and blue banners with the names of the three Commonwealth countries; India, Canada and Australia. Gilt Worcester crown mark and registered design number 56943, c. 1887. Height 8.5cm, Width 6cm, Depth 3cm, Weight 53.4gms. Condition: some rubbing to gilt but otherwise good £150 - £200

2030 A Meissen allegorical figure group of two winged putti with drums and cornucopia (heavily restored and firing cracks) together with a pair of Chelsea style Continental figures of putti on Rococo scroll bases probably Sampson [3] £250 - £350

2026 A Staffordshire creamware mug with a black printed amusing scene and inscription. OLD WOMEN GROUND YOUNG, date circa 1790, size 15cm high approx, 10.5cm diam’ approx Provenance: The Late Noel Howard Collection Condition: Several chips & 2 cracks to top rim, underside of foot rim chipped. Stained. No Restoration £120 - £180

2032 A pair of Faience figures of gardeners, tin glazed earthenware, Meissen marks, late 18th Century restored (2) £80 - £120

2031 A pair of Samson French Rococo revival figural candlesticks, one of a male figure with dog and the other of a female with basket of flowers and dog at her feet, gold anchor mark to back, both with damage and restoration, Height 16.5cm £50 - £80

2033 Four 19th Century continental porcelain figures some with anchor marks, probably Samson [4] £90 - £110 2034 A 19th Century Staffordshire jug, painted with floral sprays and bouquets, gilt edges and inscribed John Campion 1837, Height £40 - £60

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2035 A small S vres tea pot and cover, painted each side with birds in a landscape, with the blue line and gilt dash border to rims, handle and spout, the cover has a pink flower finial and gilt leaves, circa 1755-60, intertwined blue LL and painters mark, 12cm high Provenance: The late Noel Howard Collection Condition: Very good, just a small chip to underside of cover rim and nibbles to gilt leaves. No restoration £400 - £600 2036 A pair of figures of flower woman and man, Stevenson and Hancock, Derby puce marks to the underside, possibly Continental hardpaste, 18cm high (2) £50 - £80 2037 A 19th Century porcelain basket, diameter 21cm, length including handles 21cm, approx. Height of main body 9.5cm, Large crack and some fretwork damaged £30 - £50 2038 A Worcester coffee cup, transfer printed in over glaze black after Robert Hancock, ‘L’Amour’ and garden statuary scenes, circa 1765, 6cm high, 5.5cm diameter Provenance: The Roy Pinson Collection Condition: Good. Nibble to top rim £60 - £80 2039 Walter Moorcroft, two Hibiscus baluster vases, one in green with red and yellow flowers, the other with a deep blue ground, both with Late Queen Mary sticers to base and both 13cm high [2[ £120 - £180 2040 A Moorcroft Liberty Tudric pedestal bowl, big poppy pattern, having pewter base, circa 1925 ref 01339 £120 - £180 2041 A Derby porcelain navette shaped comport, circa 1795, scene painted with a river view, within pink cartouche, puce mark, 32.5cm long £80 - £120

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2042 A Derby porcelain dessert bowl, circa 1810, painted with exotic birds and a swan in watery landscape, within gilt C scroll and shell border, red mark, 19cm diameter £60 - £80 2043 A Derby porcelain fruit bowl, twin handled pedestal form, peach ground with gilt foliate decoration and a central rose cartouche, 30cm long £50 - £80 2044 A collection of Royal Crown Derby imari including three 1128 tea plates, a pair of shaped 3033 dessert dishes and a covered heart shaped box (6) £80 - £100 2045 Faience charger/wall hanging depicting horse, 35cm (extensive stapled restoration) with a faience shallow bowl (re-glued) decorated with floral and foliate type flowers, Diameter approx 30cm. [2] £300 - £500 2046 A collection of Royal Crown Derby ‘Derby Posies’ to include milk jug, sugar with lid and spoon, tea strainer etc, and other items of porcelain [14 items including spoon] £40 - £80 2047 A Pinxton trio, pattern 312, including coffee can, saucer and tea cup, decorated in gold and green, gilt numbers [3]. Some wear to gilding £350 - £450

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2048 A Derby trio comprising tea bowl, coffee cup and saucer, pinted with gold stars and enamelled Angouleme sprigs, gilt dentil rims, circa 1782-1800, puce mark 100, tea bowl 8cm diameter, 5.5cm high, coffee cup 6.5cm diameter, 7cm high, saucer 13cm diameter [3] Condition: good, factory glaze shrinkage to saucer rim. No damage or restoration £60 - £80 2049 A Derby trio, ribbed body decorated in blue and gold with a gold medallion in the centre, c. 1784, tea bowl and saucer blue crown & D mark, coffee cup, puce crown & D mark, saucer 14cm diameter, coffee cup 7cm high, 6cm diameter, tea bowl 8cm diameter, 5.5cm high (3) £40 - £80 2050 A set of twelve Royal Worcester coffee cans and saucers, painted with ornithology, the cans depicting Teal, Wild Duck, Mallard, Wood Pigeon, and Ptarmigan, the saucers depicting Blackcock, Snipe, Pheasant, Partridge, Grouse, Golden Plover, eleven saucers signed by several artists to include G Banks, and R Platt, printed brown marks (24) £400 - £600

2052 Porcelain plaque, probably Derby, decorated with floral bouquets, 21cm diameter, framed £60 - £100 2053 A fruit painted ceramic plaque by A R Telford, still life with bowl of fruit, corn and chestnuts, 19cm x 14cm, framed £60 - £100 2054 A fruit painted ceramic plaque by A R Telford, still life with pears, apple and grapes, 14cm x 19cm, framed £60 - £100 2055 A pair of oval Derby porcelain plaques painted by W.E.J. Dean, each with a shipping scene, 18cm by 23cm, framed (2) £80 - £120 2056 An early 19th Century Derby porcelain plaque, circa 1820, painted with a Romantic landscape with a castle, folly and figures in a punt in the foreground, attributed to Jesse Mountford, 22cm by 27cm,framed £100 - £150 2057 A Clarice Cliff crocus pattern honey pot in the form of a beehive, height 11cm £100 - £150

2051 A Still life of fruit and flora painted on porcelain, framed £70 - £100

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2058 A mid 19th Century Copeland Parian ware bust of Enid, circa 1861, after the original by F.M. Miller, gilt highlights, mounted on a circular socle and fluted column, impressed marks, height 41cm Condition: good overall, minor frits at bust/socle join £200 - £300 2059 No lot 2060 No lot

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2061 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Oranges beehive honey pot, Fantasque Bizarre marks, 7.5cm high £300 - £400

2071 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Jonquil beehive honey pot, lacking lid, Bizarre mark £40 - £60

2062 Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a small Capri beehive honey pot, Bizarre mark, 7.5cm high £100 - £150

2072 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Blue Autumn beehive honey pot, Fantasque Bizarre marks, 7.5cm high £300 - £400

2063 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Red Tulip and Leaves beehive honey pot, Bizarre mark, 7.5cm high £200 - £300

2073 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Autumn beehive honey pot, lacking lid, Fantasque Bizarre mark £250 - £350

2064 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Rhodanthe beehive honey pot, Bizarre mark, 7.5cm high £80 - £120

2074 Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Solitude oval platter, bearing Fantasque mark, 30cm long £600 - £800

2065 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Orange Autumn beehive honey pot, Bizarre marks, 7.5cm high £250 - £350

2075 Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a small beehive honey pot, fruit design, Honeyglaze mark, 7.5cm high £40 - £60

2066 Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a small Tulips beehive honey pot, Bizarre mark, 7.5cm high £150 - £250

2076 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a Pastel Melon Mushroom vase, Bizarre mark, 13cm high £400 - £600

2067 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Poplar beehive honey pot, Fantasque Bizarre marks, 7.5cm high £200 - £300

2077 Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Forest Glen beehive honey pot, Linton lid, Bizarre marks, 8cm high £150 - £250

2068 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Orange Trees and House (Alpine) beehive honey pot, Fantasque Bizarre marks, 7.5cm high £150 - £250

2078 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Solitude beehive honey pot, Bizarre marks, 7.5cm high £250 - £350

2069 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Coral Firs beehive honey pot, Bizarre mark, 7.5cm high £150 - £250 2070 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Orange Chintz beehive honey pot, Fantasque Bizarre mark, 7.5cm high £100 - £150

2079 Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson, a Rhodanthe apple shaped preserve pot, Bizarre mark, 8cm high £80 - £120 2080 Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a small Forest Glen beehive honey pot, Clarice mark, 7.5cm high £150 - £250

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CONNOiSSEUR CERAMiCS 2081 An English porcelain oval plaque painted with fish, seaweed and anemones, mounted in an oval wooden frame, signed James Edward Dean 1930, circa 1930, plaque 27 by 20cm wide, with frame 32cm by 24cm wide Condition: plaque: good, no damage or restoration, some staining on reverse. Frame: not been removed, backing paper loose £150 - £200

2084 A pair of Staffordshire pottery Marmoset Monkeys climbing tree, circa 1890, 14.5cm high, 8.3cm wide (2) Condition: right facing: paint scuffs to nose and reverse of tree. No other damage or restoration £200 - £250

2082 A large Meissen Marcolini period platter with a scalloped rim and gilt rim line, painted with a large floral spray and three smaller sprays to rim, circa 1800, blue cross swords with asterix, 33cm diameter Condition: wear to gilt rim line, old chip to inner foot rim and nibbles, a few scratches. No other damage or restoration £140 - £160

2085 A Royal Worcester reticulated tea cup in the manner of George Owen, double walled with a honeycomb and jewelled exterior and a bamboo handle, circa 1883-85, unmarked, 8.4cm diameter, 6cm high Condition: minor wear to gilding £300 - £400

2083 A French porcelain mantle clock garniture, with a French movement and two twin handled vases and covers standing on square plinth bases, brightly painted with roses in gilt leaf cartouches, floral swags with puce coloured bows, blue and gilt borders and handles and gilt stars, the clock case has gilt rams head handles attached, the face is painted with the same floral swags and the inscription The Sheffield Goldsmiths & Co 11 Fargate’ (Sheffield) probably being the retailer, circa 1910, with a blue Sevres style interlaced LLs mark, clock 29cm high, 20cm by 12cm wide, vases 22cm high including covers, 16cm wide including handles (3) Condition: vases: very minor wear to gilding, otherwise good, no damage or restoration. Covers: one finial re-attached, no other damage or restoration. Clock case, very minor wear to gilding, otherwise good.,no damage or restoration. Clock: not checked, no key £200 - £300

2086 A pair of Royal Worcester G42 shaped vases, with pierced neck and painted with fruit signed by Freeman, 20th Century black mark and England, 22cm high (2) Condition: slight wear to gilding, otherwise good with no damage or restoration £1300 - £1400

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2087 A Yorkshire pottery prattware toby jug, painted in blue, black and ochre under-glaze colours, circa 1810, 19.5cm high Condition: good, small manufacturing flaw to front of hat rim. No damage or restoration £250 - £350

2088 A stoneware brown glazed round spirit barrel, applied with the Royal Coat of Arms, The Prince of Wales Feathers, Lions and Vine Leaves, with a brass tap, circa 1870, 20cm diameter, 22.5cm high Condition: old small chip to front top rim. Chip to underside of foot rim. Scratches and scuffs to body. No stopper £80 - £120 2088A A French Art Nouveau porcelain powder box and cover, the cover has a Parian relief plaque depicting three Putti, surrounded by a heavy gilt border, the blue/green base has moulded gilt borders with satyr masks and flowers by Paul Louchet Paris, date circa 1890-1910, applied gilt pad mark incised PL, 15cm wide, 8cm high Condition: good no damage or restoration £400 - £600

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2089 A rare Royal Worcester stained ivory ground loving cup and cover, with dragon handles mounted on a human pedestal, standing on a circular pierced base with ornate gilt swags and shells on hoof feet, ornately gilded, shape No 1086, designed by James Hadley, circa 1888. pink mark Z, 58cm high, 20cm diameter Condition: wear to some gilding, chip to hoof and hairline to base £1800 - £2200 2090 Two English porcelain Wine Jugs attributed to Coalport, one with a green ground the other a claret ground, each painted with a rose and thistle spray in gilt cartouches to one side and a rural landscape on the other side, each with gilt bordered panels to the front with the names P. Macdonald & W.H Henthorne in gilt script, circa 1840, 20cm high (2) Condition: wear to gilding on handles, spouts and foot rims. Some scratches to both green and claret ground. No other damage or restoration £200 - £220

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2091 A Royal Worcester vase painted with apples and berries on a mossy ground, signed Ricketts, circa 1930 date code, 20.5cm high Condition: wear to gilding, otherwise good £220 - £280 2092 A Pearlware teapot and cover attributed to Mexbourough, underglaze colours with portrait plaques, circa 18001810, 24cm wide (spout to handle), 14cm high including cover Condition: tea pot: minor nibbles to spout. Cover: finial off and re-attached. Chip to underside of rim. Chip to inner flange rim. A few paint flakes £200 - £300

2093 A Wedgwood ‘BUTTERFLY’ mother of pearl Art Deco lustre bowl, the exterior painted in colours and enriched with six butterflies, the orange lustre interior with a central rosette surrounded by six additional butterflies in flight beneath a trellis band interrupted by three oriental scenes, pattern No. Z4832, circa 1920, gilt Portland vase mark and ENGLAND, 22cm diameter, 12cm high Condition: some wear to inside and gilded rim. No damage or restoration £200 - £300 59


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2094 A mid 19th Century Wedgwood black basalt bust of Robert Burns, mounted on a black basalt soccle, impressed BURNS, circa 1850, impressed WEDGWOOD, 21cm high, 15cm wide, Condition: good, no damage or restoration £200 - £300

2095 A Swansea Queen Victoria coronation mug printed in puce with a portrait of a young Queen Victoria, circa 1837-38, 7cm high, 5.5cm diameter Condition: 4cm crack running from rim £100 - £150 2096 A Royal Worcester miniature cup and saucer, painted with fruit, signed Roberts, 20th Century black mark Made in England, cup 3.5cm high, 6cm diameter, saucer 8.5cm diameter Condition: slight wear to gilding, scuffs and fritting to underside of saucer £180 - £200

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2097 2097 A prattware model of a horse, sponge decorated in brown with a blue saddle and ochre strap, standing on a green shaped base, circa 1800-1810, 16cm high, 16cm wide (nose to tail) Condition: both ears restored, otherwise in very good condition £600 - £800

2099 A Royal Worcester twin handled vase, cobalt blue ground with a painted reserve of Malvern, 1870, signed Rushton, date code for 1911, puce mark, 9.5cm high, 7cm diameter Condition: slight wear to gilding, otherwise good. No damage or restoration £300 - £380 2100 A Yorkshire prattware money bank, decorated in under and over glazed colours, with a man and a woman standing on either side, circa 1810, 13.5cm high, 11.5cm wide Condition: chip to front side of chimney stack, hairline crack running from money slot. Chip to rear side foot rim of woman, chip to rear side foot rim of man, chip to right side of base rim, few paint flakes £100 - £150

2098 A Meissen 20th Century figure of a chinoiserie mother and child in a small fishing boat, a crane stands at her side and the child is holding a fish, blue crossed swords, impressed 65526, 296A, 15.5cm high 17cm inc paddle Condition: woman’s left hand and paddle broken off and re-attached. No other damage or restoration £150 - £200

2101 A Doulton Lambeth large stoneware jug, decorated with applied brown borders of leaves and cherubs and acanthus leaves, with a motto Remember me when this you See Though many Miles we Distant Be, circa 189, impressed DOULTON LAMBETH, ENGLAND gg nn CR, 25cm high Condition: good, no damage or restoration £100 - £150

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2102 A Meissen 20th Century chinoiserie figure of a lady playing a flute, blue crossed swords, impressed 85530 73 in red, 14cm high Condition: good, no damage or restoration £100 - £150 2103 A Royal Worcester plate with cobalt blue and gilded border, painted with fruit and berries, signed R Seabright, date code for 1912, 23cm diameter Condition: slight wear to gilding, some fritting on reverse. No damage or restoration £280 - £350

2104 A Yorkshire prattware model of a cow standing on an oval base, with an attendant and his dog standing before the cow, decorated in underglaze colours, circa 1810, 15cm wide, 14cm high Condition: good restoration to ears and man’s hat. Chip to one udder £350 - £550

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2105 2105 A Charles Vyse Punch and Judy pottery group, with a street musician playing pipes and a drum with his dog, standing before a traditional puppet theatre, with Punch and Judy and baby sitting on the ledge, signed Charles Vyse 1929 Chelsea, bolted to an wooden plinth, circa 1929, signed and dated, 31.5cm high, 15cm wide Condition: chip to from left side of green coat. Small chip to top front rim of drum. One green bobble missing from dogs collar. faint hairline to base £2500 - £3500 2106 A Wedgwood black basalt bust of William Shakespeare, 1964, impressed WEDGWOOD Made in England 3 A 64, 26cm high Condition: very good no damage or restoration £120 - £160

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2107 A large decorative Capo di Monte porcelain model of a standing elephant with trunk up, ivory ground decorated in red, blue and gilt with floral swags, circa early 20th Century, 56cm high, 58cm wide Condition: one toe on right front foot and one toe on back left foot restored. No other damage or restoration £200 - £300 2108 A Wedgwood white on Portland blue Jasper harvest shape jug, depicting sacrificial scenes in classical style, late 19th Century, impressed WEDGWOOD ENGLAND 12, 16cm high Condition: a few scuffs to blue jasper, firing crack to top of handle, fire crack to spout, slight orange peel effect. No other damage or restoration £100 - £150

2111 A Wedgwood Tonquin tall ginger jar and cover, black ground with white flowers and 22ct gilding, 20th Century, black Portland vase mark, WEDGWOOD Bone China Made in England, black Tonquin in gold, 24cm high including cover Condition: very good, no damage or restoration £120 - £160 2112 A Wedgwood Sidney Cove Medallion, commissioned by Museum of Sydney in 1995, the original medallion was designed for Josiah Wedgwood by Henry Webber in 1788 made with clay taken from Sidney Cove and depicts the classical figures of Hope encouraging Art and Labour under the influence of Peace, No.11 of a limited edition of 250, in presentation case, 7.3cm diameter Condition: very good with no damage or restoration £150 - £200 2113 A Royal Doulton figure of Bluebeard, highly decorated in blue, purple, orange, green & yellow by Leslie Harradine, circa 1932-49, HN No 2105, 28cm high Condition: right hand off at wrist and sleeve and sword at top of scabbard. small old chip to rim of scabbard £80 - £120

2109 An English pearlware pottery bowl, decorated inside and outside with two double bands of blue and a central inscription Urge no Healths, (meaning don t drink to excess by encouraging people to drink toasts to someone’s health, this being the third rule of The Twelve Good Rules of Puritanism. It is said to be one of the golden rules of King Charles I and that possibly Queen Victoria kept a set of these rules in the Servants Hall in Windsor Castle), circa 1800, 10.5cm diameter, 7cm high Condition: a few scuffs and fritting. No damage or restoration £200 - £300 62

2114 A pair of Wedgwood black Jasper candlesticks modelled as dolphin, in presentation box, 20th Century, 23cm high, 16cm by 9cm diameter (2) Condition: very good with no damage or restoration £150 - £250

2115 A pair of Royal Dux Arabian water carrier figures, standing on tall plinth bases, he having a yolk over his shoulders attached to two water urns, she carries a basket, a closed bag and an urn on her back, circa 1890-1915, pink triangle marks, 24cm high (2) Condition: yolk from man’s shoulders broken ( wooden replacement), otherwise good, no other damage or restoration £150 - £200

2116 A Meissen white glazed model of a wandering Polar Bear, designed by Otto Jarl, circa mid 20th Century blue crossed swords, impressed T182, impressed cross swords, 23cm wide, 12.5cm high Condition: good, no damage or restoration £350 - £450

2117 A Staffordshire pearlware pottery wall plaque with a with a reclining putto, circa 1800, 29.5cm wide, 15.5cm high Condition: two old chips to reverse lower rim £100 - £150

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2121 2120 A Royal Crown Derby peacock standing on a gilded mound encrusted with various flowers with gilt, green and blue tail feathers, signed M Mason, 1966, red mark and XXIX for 1966, 18cm high, 17cm wide Condition: several leaves and petals chipped otherwise good no restoration £150 - £200

2118 A 20th Century Meissen chinoiserie figure of a couple reading a book, seated in a Rococo styled pierced floral arbour, circa 20th Century, blue crossed swords, impressed 2653 119A, 20cm high, 11.5cm wide Condition: a couple of leaves chipped, otherwise good no other damage or restoration £200 - £300 2119 Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, Circus Horses featuring three rearing circus horses on a porcelain plinth, the horses are dressed with red saddles and reigns, number 3179, circa 1938, first registered in 1928, mark in puce Circus Horses modelled by Doris Lindner, 28cm high, 24cm by 14cm Condition: right facing horse: ears and coronet restored. Centre horse: right front legs restored. No other damage £2000 - £3000

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2121 Doris Lindner for Royal Worcester, in The Ring, featuring an equestrian rider astride three galloping horses, Number 3180, circa 1965, mark in gold, ‘In The Ring Modelled by Doris Lindner’, 27cm high, 22cm by 16cm diamwide Condition: very good, no damage or restoration £800 - £1200

2122 A S & H Derby low peacock standing on a gilded mound encrusted with flowers, with gilt and blue tail feathers, circa 1930-35, puce crown over swords S&H D, 17cm high, 16.5cm wide Condition: restoration to top of neck and plume on head, faint hairline crack to top side of base some leaves and petal chipped £100 - £150 2123 Two Royal Worcester small plates, painted with fruit, both signed P. English, 20th Century, black mark England, 16cm diameter (2) Condition: slight wear to gilded rim,oOtherwise good. No damage or restoration £100 - £150 2124 A pair of Derby Harvester figures, standing before bocage on turquoise and gilt rococo bases, him resting a scythe over his shoulder, she holding a knotted bag and a bottle, circa 1765, pad marks to bases, 28cm high, 17cm wide (2) Condition: man: scythe restored, chips to bocage leaves and flowers. Woman: left arm restored. Stick missing from right hand. Some restoration to bocage. Other leaves and flowers chipped £350 - £450

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2125 2125 A Wilhelm Schiller & Sons Bohemia majolica elephant, standing on an oblong plinth base, the howdah with Egyptian stylised face masks and birds heads, the over cloth is decorated with daisies and tassels, date circa 1885, impressed WS&S 39, 39cm high, 34 by 17cm wide Condition: some old restoration to ears, base and top of howdah £1000 - £2000 2126 Two Royal Worcester small plates, painted with fruit, signed P. English & J. Smith, 20th Century, black mark England, 16cm diameter (2) Condition: slight wear to gilded rim otherwise good. No damage or restoration £100 - £150 2127 A large pair of Pottschappel Carl Thieme flower encrusted vases covers and stands, encrusted with flower leaves and fruits, each with a painted panel of classical figures and the reverse painted with flowers, the pierced covers have classical figures as finials, circa 1890, blue crossed swords T, 52cm high overall (2) Condition: stands: leaves & flowers chipped to both, some gilding worn. Vases: flowers & leaves chipped, some gilding worn. Covers: lady with neck, both arms, right foot repaired and left foot missing. Flowers & leaves chipped, worn gilding to both covers £1200 - £1600

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2127 2128 Two Royal Worcester tall tapered coffee cans, painted with fruit, signed Roberts, 20th Century, black mark England, 7cm high (2) Condition: slight wear to gilded rim otherwise good. No damage or restoration £150 - £200 2129 A pair of Derby white and gilt Welch Tailor and Wife on goats, circa 1825, painted red mark and Derby incised N62, 14.5cm high (2) Condition: wife: left leg and goats left horn restored, basket handle missing. Tailor: stick in right hand, goats right horn, right ear and right leg restored £150 - £250 2130 Three Royal Worcester coffee cups and saucers with gilded rope rims, two saucers and one cup signed Price, one cup and one saucer signed Roberts, one cup not signed, 20th Century, black mark Made in England, cups 6.5cm high 6cm diameter, saucers 11cm diameter (3) Condition: 5mm crack to one saucer, slight wear and scratches to gilding No other damage or restoration £150 - £200

2131 A Lynton Porcelain Company Stefan Nowacki bough pot garniture, the centre D shaped bough pot painted with a cobalt blue ground and a gilt diamond design, three gilt bordered cartouches with painted flowers with rams head handles, the two round vases with the same cobalt blue and gilt decoration and a single gilt bordered cartouche with painted flowers, standing on three feet, all with pierced covers, 20th Century, bough pot 15cm high, 18.5cm wide, vases 8cm high, 8.5cm diameter (3) Condition: good, no damage or restoration £150 - £250 2132 Three Royal Worcester miniature cups and saucers painted with fruit, signed Roberts, 20th Century, England, cups 5cm high, 5.5cm diameter, saucers 9.5cm diameter (3) Condition: scratches to inside of cups and centre of saucers. No damage or restoration £150 - £200

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2133 A large Pair of continental figure groups, both with two ladies and a gent playing the game Blind Mans Bluff, circa 1890, blue swords mark, 20cm high, 19.5cm diameter (2) Condition: wear to gilded rim lines, manufacturing flaws to pink base lines, (appears to be where bases touched during firing process) Otherwise good No damage or restoration £200 - £300 2134 A Royal Worcester small dish painted with fruit, signed Roberts, boxed, 20th Century England, 10cm diameter Condition: good, no damage or restoration £100 - £150

2136 A Royal Worcester pot pouri, liner and pierced cover, painted with fruit, No. 2048, signed S. Weston, 20th Century, black mark Made in England, 25cm high including cover Condition: some scratches to gilding on cover otherwise good No Damage or restoration £200 - £300 2137 A Royal Worcester twin handled vase and cover painted with fruit, No. 2710, signed P. Stanley, 20th Century black mark Made in England, 18cm high including cover Condition: some scratches to gilding, otherwise good. No damage or restoration £150 - £250 2138 A Royal Worcester vase and cover, painted with fruit, No.169, signed T. Nutt, 20th Century black mark Made in England, 17cm high including cover Condition: some scratches to gilding, otherwise good. No damage or restoration £150 - £200

2135 A pair of Dresden baluster shaped vases and domed covers, painted panels of classical figures in the manner of Watteau, and encrusted with flowers, circa 1880, 24cm high (2) Condition: vase 1: old restoration to top rim and an hair line crack running down into the body of the vase, chip on the base rim and chips and losses to the flowers . Vase 2: hair line crack in the top rim running down into the body of the vase, and chips and losses to the flowers £200 - £300

2139 A Royal Worcester vase and cover, painted with fruit, No. 291B, signed J. Reed, 20th Century black mark Made in England, 17cm high including cover Condition: slight wear to gilding, otherwise good with no damage or restoration £150 - £200 2140 A Royal Worcester vase and cover, painted with fruit, No. 219A, signed G. Banks, 20th Century black mark England, 14.5cm high including cover Condition: slight wear to gilding otherwise good. No damage or restoration £150 - £200 2141 A Royal Worcester vase and cover, painted with fruit, No.279, signed Leaman, 20th Century black mark Made in England, 15cm high including cover Condition: slight wear to gilding, otherwise good. No damage or restoration £150 - £200

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2142 A Royal Worcester vase and cover, vase with a pierced gallery, No. 278, signed Roberts, 20th Century black mark England, 15cm high including cover Condition: slight wear to gilding, otherwise good, no damage or restoration £150 - £200 2143 A Royal Worcester vase and cover, painted with fruit, No. 291A, signed Roberts, 20th Century black mark England, 14.5cm high including cover Condition: slight wear to gilding, otherwise good. No damage or restoration £150 - £200 2144 A Royal Worcester vase and cover, painted with fruit, No.175, signed S. Drysdale, 20th Century black mark Made in England, 1cm high including cover Condition: faint 1cm hairline crack to inner flange of cover, sight wear to gilding. No other damage or restoration £150 - £200 2145 A Royal Worcester milk jug painted with fruit and gilded inside, signed Leaman, 20th Century black mark England, 9.5cm high Condition: some slight scratches to inside gilding, otherwise good. No damage or restoration £100 - £150 2146 A Royal Worcester water jug, painted with fruit and gilded inside, signed Leaman, 20th Century black mark England, 10cm high Condition: some slight scratches to inside gilding, otherwise good. No damage or restoration £100 - £150 2147 A Royal Worcester cream jug, painted with fruit and gilded inside, signed F.Higgins, 20th Century black mark England, 10cm high Condition: some slight scratches to inside gilding otherwise good. No damage or restoration £100 - £150 2148 A Chelsea red anchor plate of Warren Hastings type, the centre painted with a floral bouquet, sprigs and a butterfly and the relief moulded border cartouches painted with building in various landscapes with figures present in all, 24cm diameter £200 - £300

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 2149 A Chelsea Red Anchor plate with lobed rims painted with bouquets and sprigs of English flowers, red anchor and stilt marks to base, circa 1755, diameter 23.5cm, along with an early 19th Century Derby porcelain plate with floral decoration including yellow roses and anemones (2) £70 - £100 2150 A Flight Worcester white & gilt fluted tea bowl & saucer, date circa 1800, Flight script mark in gold, size Tea Bowl, 8.5cm diam’, 6cm high approx, Saucer, 13.7cm diam’ approx Provenance: The Late Noel Howard Collection, The Grant -Davidson Collection Condition: Saucer Cracked, Small chips to foot rim of tea bowl. Slight wear to gilding £20 - £40 2151 A Meissen 19th Century porcelain chocolate pot and cover decorated with enamel flowers, underglazed cross swords mark, 16cm high., Condition: small chip to underside of spout. Shallow chip to base. Small portion of glaze to leaf finial missing £80 - £120 2152 A Worcester blue & white dry mustard pot, Prunus Root pattern, date circa 1765, size 6cm diam’, 6.5cm high approx Provenance: The Late Noel Howard Collection Condition: staining to base. Cover Lacking £50 - £80 2153 A Worcester blue & white butter tub & cover, Gillyflower Pattern, with basket weave borders, date circa 1770, size 12.3cm diam’, 9cm high approx Provenance: The Late Noel Howard Collection, The Chas Crane Collecton Condition: One replacement handle Chips to inner flange of cover, Flower finial restored and unstuck but present £40 - £60 2154 Derbyshire interest: An 18th Century English Earthenware jug, painted with farming symbols and inscribed Thomas Sharratt, Derbyshire, 1797 (cracked/damaged) £50 - £70

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2155 A Worcester blue and white ribbed tea bowl, circa 1770, 7.5cm diameter, 4.5cm high Provenance: the Late Noel Howard Collection Condition: good, no restoration or damage £15 - £25 2156 A Lowestoft Porcelain Ribbed Tea bowl, decorated with Floral sprays, circa 1760, 7.5cm diam’, 5cm high approx Condition: hairline crack, worn and scuffed £30 - £40

2161 A Pinxton saucer, pattern 221, decorated with a central vignette of Ilanrock, titled ‘View in Dovedale’ 14cm diameter £200 - £300 2162 A Pinxton plate, pattern 221, decorated with a central vignette within ornate gilt border of a lodge in thicket, titled ‘Ivans Lodge’, 20.5cm diameter £250 - £350 2163 A Pinxton coffee can, pattern 174, painted with an oval vignette of a country lane in open hilly landscape, impressed mark obscured £250 - £300 2164 A Pinxton tea cup, pattern 174, decorated with an oval vignette of a riverside mill and bridge £300 - £400

2157 A miniature Meissen tea pot and cover, Kakiemon style decoration, circa 1730-35, cross swords mark in underglaze blue, 8cm high Provenance: The late Noel Howard Collection Condition: small chip to rim of cover restored otherwise good with no other damage or restoration £700 - £900 2158 A Liverpool porcelain blue and white milk jug, circa 1780, 10cm high Provenance: The Late Noel Howard Collection Condition: spout and a crack restored £20 - £40 2159 A Worcester coffee cup ‘Stag Hunt’ pattern, circa 1765, 5.5cm diameter, 6cm high Provenance: The Late Noel Howard Collection Condition: Hairline crack restored £40 - £60 2160 A Pinxton saucer, pattern number 174, painted with a central vignette of cottage and cliff in a river landscape, probably Dovedale, Derbyshire, 13.5cm diameter £200 - £300

2165 A Pinxton coffee can, pattern 221, decorated with a central vignette of a bridge in parkland Note: formally from the Shaw Collection. Label to base £200 - £300 2166 A Pinxton coffee can, pattern 221, decorated with a central vignette of figures in a parkland landscape £300 - £500 2167 A Pinxton tea cup pattern 221, decorated with a central vignette of figures on a lakeside, titled ‘In Scotland’ £300 - £400 2168 A Pinxton tea cup, pattern 221, decorated with a central vignette of a bridge and cottage with parkland, titled Near Newark, Nott. Condition: stapled crack from rim to base through the central vignette £80 - £120 2169 A Derby tea cup and saucer painted with a lavish display of flowers in an octagonal gilt panel with gilt feather borders, pattern 645, probably painted by William Billingsley, circa 1782-1800, puce mark, 8cm diameter, 6.5cm high Note: a similarly painted Derby coffee can, pattern 645 was sold as ‘by William Billingsley’ at Bonhams Oxford 2nd July 2014, Lot 132 Condition: gilding well worn, wear to painted panel on saucer. No restoration £200 - £300

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2170 2170 Daisy Makeig-Jones for Wedgwood, an Art Deco Fairyland lustre pedestal bowl, Woodland bridge to the interior with central mermaid, poplar trees to the exterior, 28cm diameter Provenance: the property of Ann Makeig-Jones, a direct descendent of Josiah Wedgwood I and the niece of Daisy Makeig-Jones Condition: no apparent damage or restoration £2200 - £2800 2171 A Derby gold anchor mug, bulbous form with ribbed neck, circa 1769-1775, painted with floral sprigs below blue and gold banding, gold D anchor mark, height 10cm £150 - £200 2172 A Chelsea Derby chocolate cup, cover and trembleuse saucer of a ribbed formation decorated with gold sprigs & rims, circa 1775, gold entwined anchor & D, saucer 13.5cm diameter, cup 7cm high, 7cm diameter, cover 8cm diameter £70 - £90

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2176 A Meissen 20th Century Meissen chinoiserie figure of a mother and two children, circa 20th Century, blue crossed swords, impressed 2683 121, 15cm high, 8.5cm wide Condition: chip to woman’s hair top knot, otherwise good, no other damage or restoration £150 - £200

2173 A Derby porcelain scene painted tea cup and saucer, attributed to Zachariah Boreman, view near the Derwent Derbyshire and view near Chaddesten, Derbyshire, blue marks circa 1795 £100 - £150 2174 A rare Derby tea cup and saucer, gilded, each with a painted landscape, the cup titled ‘Near Toledo, Spain’ in gilt verso, circa 1800 - 1825, red mark, cup 8cm diameter, saucer titled ‘ Smugglers on the coast of Spain’ 14cm diameter. Condition: cup: top rim re-gilded and worn. Saucer: faint hairline to reverse, some re-gilding, stained and some scratches £180 - £220 2175 A Derby tea cup and saucer, apricot ground and overlaid with gilding a Vandyke border, the centre of the saucer and the inside of the cup painted with landscapes, pattern No. 118, attributed to John Brewer, circa 1795, puce mark, puce ‘8’ on saucer, cup 7.7cm diameter, 7cm high, saucer 14cm diameter Provenance: Albert & Rose Laine Collection Condition: overall good. Saucer: scratch to landscape. Cup: minor wear to rim gilding and apricot. No restoration £150 - £200

2177 A Meissen 20th Century chinoiserie figure of a mother and two children, blue crossed swords, impressed 2679, 1297, 14cm high, 8.5cm wide Condition: two sticks in seated child’s hand missing, stick in woman’s hand missing, chip to woman’s hair. No restoration £150 - £200

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ASiAN CERAMiCS 2178 A pair of late 18th Century Chinese export ware famille rose bowls, circa 1780, the exterior friezes painted in polychrome with British East India galleons with raised flags on the sterns, the interiors with floral swags, diameter 26cm (s.d/old restorations) (2) Provenance: inherited by the current gentleman vendor by his great, great grandfather Henry Rider. Henry Rider born 1822 became a Master Mariner working for Lucas Brother’s Trading Co and it is assumed he acquired the bowls from one of his contacts there. It is thought that Lucas Brothers who were one of a few prominent traders in Bristol in the early 19th Century must pre-date this, hence providing a possible line of provenance £2000 - £3000

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2179 A Chinese Yongzheng or early Qianlong style dish, 19th Century or earlier, decorated with beasts and a deer in grey and iron red tones, painted seal mark contained within a pair of blue dragons, diameter 28cm Condition: two notable cracks to the rim with extending hairlines £100 - £150

2180 A Chinese famille rose charger, Yongzheng six character mark in iron red within a double blue circle, extensive decoration in raised coloured enamels, geometric border, ogee panels of exotic foliage to the inner frieze, the well with an exotic bird and insects amongst blossom in a landscape, floral decoration to the underside which has a double rim foot, diameter 42cm, £1000 - £1500

2181 A Chinese Han Dynasty terracotta ornamental horse head, 2nd Century BC to 2nd Century AD, height 16cm £150 - £200

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2185 2185 A series of three Chinese Republic period bowls, 1912-1949, two large, one small, each decorated with birds perched on fruit tree branches in sepia on a yellow ground, iron red script marks to the friezes, four character script marks to undersides, diameter 22cm and 14cm (3) £200 - £300

2182 A Chinese Ming Dynasty stylized votive chair, green glaze with hexagonal decoration to the seat, circa 14th Century AD, height 23cm £150 - £200 2183 Two 18th Century teapots in the chinoiserie style, one on a stand (2) £40 - £60

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2191 Two 18th Century Chinese famille rose plates and another (3) £30 - £40 2192 An 18th Century porcelain plate decorated in an Oriental style with cobalt blue and iron red, the outer border with floral sprigs, 22.5cm diameter £80 - £120

2186 A Chinese bowl, possibly Kangxi mark and period, the interior and frieze decorated with dragons in iron red chasing flaming pearls amongst blue clouds, double blue circle mark containing a blue seal, diameter 18cm, height 8.5cm Condition: appears generally good with no restoration or damage, tiny rim frit only, rings interior with some surface scratching, £400 - £600 2187 A Chinese Qianlong period porcelain ‘pseudo tobacco leaf’ pattern meat plate, 38 x 31cm £1800 - £2000

2184 A Chinese Qing Dynasty Gu shaped vase, cobalt blue monochrome glaze, height 15.4cm £100 - £200

2190 Two mid 19th Century Cantonese enamel baluster vases, twin zoomorphic handles, famille reose decorated with panels of domestic figure scenes and exotic birds, gilt detailing, height 46cm (restorations) (2) £80 - £120

2188 A large Chinese charger in blue and white, underglaze blue mark to base, diameter 41cm, chips all around the edges of varying sizes £70 - £90 2189 A small collection of mainly Oriental ceramics to include a repaired Khang-he armorial, an Imari scallop edged dish, a Chinese plate with overglaze enamel flowers and crabs and four assorted blue and white plates (7) £40 - £80

2193 An 18th century Chinese blue and white bowl with inverted rim and the main body decorated with figures and foliage. Painted Kang Xi mark in double ring to base, 16cm diameter, minor fritting to the edges £40 - £60 2194 A Chinese armorial sauce boat, circa 1745, with a later metal handle Condition: Handle rivets have caused crack through the body, chipped to rim and hairline cracks to spout £50 - £80 2195 A Chinese Export porcelain Capuchin (Capucijner) mug, Qing Dynasty, circa 1720, of ‘saltglaze’ mug form, decorated with boys sleeve dancing above blossoming plants, in underglaze blue and iron red, height 10.5cm Condition: Small flake on inner rim (possibly a firing fault ), end of strap handle chipped off, 2cm chip area on inner foot £100 - £150

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ASIAN WORKS OF ART 2196 A Japanese bronze study of a prowling tiger, Meiji period, 1868-1912, contrasting stripes, all-over rich brown patina, seal signature to the underside, height 22cm, length 46cm, mounted on a shaped wooden plinth £1500 - £2000 2197 A Japanese bronze baluster vase, Meiji period, 1868-1912, decorated in relief with birds amongst bamboo branches, all-over mottled green/brown patina, six character seal mark to the base, height 33cm £200 - £300

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2198 An early 20th Century Canton ivory chess set, comprising thirty two pieces in the natural and stained red, each playing piece surmounted on a puzzle ball, height 14cm, (in a 19th Century adapted box) £200 - £300 2199 No lot

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2204 A Japanese bronze study of a Samurai warrior, Meiji period, 18681912, modelled wearing a pattern robe and kabuto, in fighting stance holding a spear and samurai swords, signed, height 26cm, mounted on a raised wooden plinth (s.d) £150 - £200

2200 A pair of Japanese gilt bronze vases, Meiji period, 1868-1912, of tapered from with bi-metal inlay depicting cockerels amongst prunus blossom, both signed with two character script marks and one signed on the base with a seal, height 18cm, on wooden plinths (2) £200 - £300 2201 Four assorted Japanese ivory okimonos, Meiji period, 1868-1912, comprising man with infant upon his shoulder, craftsman and two figure groups (in parts) £60 - £100

2203 A Japanese ivory okimono of a huntsman, Meiji period, 1868-1912, huntsman with rifle and game, signed, height 25cm £150 - £200

2205 A pair of Japanese bronze low vases, Meiji period, 1868-1912, flared rims, the friezes decorated in high relief with dragons chasing flaming peals amongst clouds, turtles amongst waves below, signed to the underside, all-over deep brown patina, height 15cm (2) £150 - £180 2206 A Cantonese bowl on a wooden stand £70 - £100

2202 A late 19th Century Chinese ivory calling card case, of rectangular from, extensively carved in high relief with figures and pagodas in a wooded landscape, 10cm by 5.5cm £150 - £200 2204

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EUROPEAN WORKS OF ART 2207 A 19th Century ceremonial sporting trophy hunting horn, brass cover and mounts, on an oak plinth, height 61cm Provenance: Teversall Manor £1500 - £1600

2209 After H. Moreau, The Lute Player, bronze, mounted on a green veined marble plinth, height 72cm £400 - £600

2210 An 18th/early 19th Century Italian table top cassonne, of neoclassical design, softwood painted and gilt on gesso, decorated with swags, bracket feet, height 22cm, width 30cm £250 - £350

2208 An early 20th Century Edison phonograph housed in an oak case complete with black enamelled metal horn, 30cm, with winding handle, together with a selection of twelve boxed wax cylinders £200 - £300

2212 An Ian Taylor Ptarmigan topped walking cane, length 130cm £300 - £500 2213 An extensive collection of assorted heavy horse harnesses, plumes, tack and brass wares (parcel) £1000 - £1500

2211 A WWI Ross of London gilt metal pocket barometer, compass and thermometer combined, diameter 5cm, in the original leather case with gilt tooled lettering G.W.S. from J.P.H., 21 Aug 1918, (lacking thermometer) £200 - £400

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2219 A pair of 19th Century black marble low candlesticks, pietra dura inlaid with malachite and other polished stones, height 14cm (s.d) (2) £50 - £80

2214 A late 19th or early 20th Century tribal knobkerrie, Southern or Eastern Africa, conical finial to the shaft, the club with broad carved detailing, length 55cm £100 - £150

2222 After Reynolds, a late 19th or early 20th Century portrait miniature of Madmoiselle Giovanna Baccelli in a role as a ballet dancer, on ivory, unsigned, 13 by 10cm, in a cast brass easel frame £300 - £500

2215 A pair of turned treen spill holder, early 20th Century, square plinths, height 16cm, with a pair of treen and brass string boxes (4) £50 - £80 2216 A 19th Century polished carnelian trinket box, gilt metal mounts, ball feet, width 7cm £100 - £120

2220 A 20th Century bronze study of a girl feeding a bird, height 60cm £300 - £500

2223 A George iii mahogany physician’s case, brass swing handle, double doors opening to a fitted interior containing medicinal jars, pestle and mortar etc, the rear with another compartment behind a sliding panel, height 25cm £250 - £350

2221 An ian Taylor Woodcock topped walking cane, length 129cm £300 - £500

2224 An ian Taylor Snipe topped walking cane, length 129cm £300 - £500

2217 After Pierre Jules Mene, an Arab stallion and mare, bronze, bears signature, oval plinth, height 40cm, width 50cm £200 - £300

2218 A pair of 18th Century shoe pattens, treen, leather straps and iron hoop bases, length 26cm (2) £400 - £600

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2231 John Huggins F.R.B.S. (British, 1938), The imperial Group Computer Trophy, 1979, bronze, No.100/150, signed, height excluding plinth 11cm, with the accompanying framed presentation certificate (2) Note: Artist Resale Rights apply £150 - £200

2225 Professor Giuseppe Bessi (italian, 1857-1922), ‘Mignon’, an alabaster bust, signed, height 31cm £150 - £200 2226 A late 19th Century gold silk hand-held fan, circa 1880, treen sticks, the fan painted with fruit and insects in the Aesthetic manner, height 37cm £60 - £100

2227 An early 19th Century black marble paperweight set with a yellow metal mounted shell cameo portrait of a lady in profile wearing a headdress, signed by Sautini J, purported to be that of Miss Blundell, sister or other relation of Lord Nugent, 10cm by 13cm, (information to the underside) £200 - £300 2227A A 19th Century bronze twin handled comport, of Renaissance Revival design, the bed with an Arcadian shepherd on a rocky outcrop, signed A.Richard, square plinth with grotesque lion mask feet, diameter 31cm £200 - £300

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2228 A French Art Nouveau gilt bronze figure of a classically draped maiden, circa 1905, indistinctly signed, mounted on a wooden plinth, height of bronze 23cm £200 - £300

2232 An ian Taylor Red Legged Partridge topped walking cane, length 128cm £300 - £500

2229 An ian Taylor female Mallard topped walking cane, height 129cm £300 - £500

2230 A series of five 19th Century country house graduated copper saucepans, iron handles, one with a cover (5) £200 - £300

2233 An ian Taylor Cock Pheasant topped walking cane, length 130cm £300 - £500

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2234 Two mid 19th Century Union hinged Daguerreotype cases, one with a moulded cherub restraining a stag, maker A.P. Critchlow & Co, dated 1857, 12 by 10cm, the other with a moulded oval cartouche, maker S. Peck & Co (2) £50 - £80

2237 An ian Taylor Grouse topped walking cane, length 130cm £300 - £500

2240 Franz Xaver Bergman (Austrian, 1861-1936), a cold painted bronze table casket, the cover surmounted with an Arab boy reclining upon an exotic carpet, retailed by B. Altman & Co with struck marks, width 16cm £800 - £1200

2238 An ian Taylor female Partridge topped walking cane, length 134cm £300 - £500

2241 An ian Taylor Wader topped walking cane, length 133cm £300 - £500

2239 An ian Taylor female Pheasant topped walking cane, length 129cm £300 - £500

2242 An ian Taylor Teal topped walking cane, length 123cm £300 - £500

2235 An ian Taylor Red Legged Partridge topped walking cane, length 127cm £300 - £500

2236 A late Victorian Patent oak games compendium, circa 1900, the cover with inset games boards, the rotating ‘ships wheel’ operates a reversible retractable mechanism opening a series of frieze drawers containing ivory, bone and treen playing pieces and components including bone chess pieces, dominoes, games counters, score markers etc, height 19cm, width 26cm £400 - £600

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2246 An ian Taylor Avocet topped walking cane, length 130cm £300 - £500 2249 An ian Taylor Curlew topped walking cane, length 125cm £300 - £500

2243 A Greek Orphodox icon, 19th Century or earlier, polychrome and gilt on a wooden panel,19cm by 15cm £80 - £120

2244 An ian Taylor female Mallard topped walking cane, length 127cm £300 - £500

2245 Sir William Charles Ross (British, 1794-1850), portrait miniature of a young lady wearing a blue dress, circa 1824, on ivory, inscribed verso, 11 by 8cm, framed £300 - £500

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2247 An ian Taylor Grouse topped walking cane, length 126cm £300 - £500

2248 W..H..Hudson (British, early 19th Century), a portrait miniature of a young girl, half length wearing a white dress and holding a bird on a string, on ivory, signed and inscribed Calcutta, 1822 verso, in a hinged frame, 11cm by 8cm £150 - £200

2250 A George iii oval portrait miniature of a young gentleman, circa 1820, wearing a white stock and blue tunic, on ivory, in a hinged presentation case, 8 by 7cm £150 - £200

2251 An ian Taylor Swan topped walking cane, length 124cm £300 - £500 2252 A George iii circular portrait miniature of a young gentleman, wearing a white stock, black tunic, framed, diamter 6cm £40 - £60

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2260 An Edwardian portrait miniature of a lady in 18th Century costume, on ivory, 8cm by 7cm, in a gilt metal frame £50 - £80

2253 An ian Taylor Curlew topped walking cane, length 128cm £300 - £500 2254 A George iii oval portrait miniature of a young dandy, wearing white stock and a blue tunic, on ivory, set in a yellow metal bracelet mount, 4.5cm by 3.5cm £50 - £80

2257 An ian Taylor Swan topped walking cane, length 127cm £300 - £500 2258 Three oval silhouette portrait miniatures, together with a circular pencil portrait of a young boy (4) £50 - £80 2261 An ian Taylor Woodcock topped walking cane, length 136cm £300 - £500 2262 An ian Taylor horn crook handle walking cane, length 131cm £100 - £120 2263 An Arts & Crafts metal fire guard £60 - £80

2255 An ian Taylor Shoveler topped walking cane, length 128cm £300 - £500

2259 An ian Taylor Swan topped walking cane, length 132cm £300 - £500

2256 A George iii oval portrait miniature of a gentleman, circa 1820, wearing a white stock with jewel attached and a black tunic, on ivory, in a black ebonised frame, 6 by 4.5cm £30 - £40

2264 An ian Taylor horn crook handle walking cane, length 130cm £100 - £120 2265 An ian Taylor horn crook handle walking cane, length 130cm £100 - £120 2260

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 2266 A Regency mahogany boat shaped planter, circa 1820, removable lead liner, width 53cm £50 - £80

2272 A set of three papier mache trays, a centre tray and two matching trays. With mother of pearl inlaid detail £40 - £60

2267 An Edwardian oval portrait miniature of a Clergyman, on ivory, gilt frame, 5.5cm by 4.5cm £50 - £70

2273 A George iii gilt metal and ivory pocket telescope, signed Worthington & Allan, late Berge, London, length open 9.5cm £100 - £150

2268 An ian Taylor female Pheasant topped walking cane, length 136cm £300 - £500 2269 A late 19th Century bronze study of Mercury-Hermes, modelled with winged petasus and ankles and with caduceus to left hand, raised upon the breath of Zephryus, to socle with putti relief frieze, signed, height 68.5cm £200 - £300 2270 An oak walking cane stand to house twenty two canes £80 - £120

2274 Two 19th Century tortoiseshell calling card cases, both brass inlaid, one with abalone pique work, watermarked silk lined interiors, largest 13 by 7cm, together with a 1920’s celluloid timepiece and a pocket cigarette case (4) £50 - £80 2275 Scientific interest, an early 20th Century W & H. Seibert monocular microscope, brass and black lacquer, together with a box of glass specimen slides, all with handwritten labels (2) £100 - £120 2276 European School, 19th Century, a miniature of a woman holding an infant after the antique, oil, unsigned, 9 by 6cm, framed £50 - £70

2278 A 19th Century Blue John urn section, unassociated circular finial, circular socle, Ashford marble plinth, full height 18cm £600 - £800 2279 A pair of 19th Century bronze figural candlesticks, raised on circular socles, 26cm approx. Provanance: Luddington Manor £80 - £120 2280 A 19th century bronze figurative group of a boy feeding chickens, possibly French, unsigned £70 - £90 2281 After Pierre Eugene Emile Hebert (1828-1893), a bronze box and cover, the cover surmounted by three putti amidst drapery, the base modelled as basket with reeded banding, signed “E Hebert”, height 12cm £60 - £80

2277 A novelty Victorian wall mounted brass paper clip, in the form of a swan head and beak, glass eyes, length 15cm £40 - £60 2271 An Edwardian gilt metal circular easel photograph frame, inset green onyx surround, height 19cm, opening diameter 9cm £60 - £80

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2282 A 19th Century Derbyshire Blue John covered urn in the manner of Matthew Boulton, circular turned finial, baluster body with rams head ormolu mounts, circular socle incorporating Ashford marble, height 29cm £300 - £500

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2283 An 18th Century white enamel single candlestick, possibly Continental, blue floral decoration, detachable bobeche, spiral column, oval base, height 25cm £50 - £80 2284 An 18th Century Bilston type enamel oval patch box, circa 1780, the cover with an overpainted transfer of figures in a classical landscape, width 7cm, a smaller enamel patch box with a comical image of a couple with a dog and another enamel patch box decorated with a cherub within a jewelled border (s.d/restorations) (3) £140 - £180 2285 An 18th Century Bilston enamel oval patch box, circa 1780, the cover with motto ‘A Trifle from Weymouth’, mirrored inner cover, width 4cm (s.d) £50 - £80

2290 Two George iii oval portrait miniatures in buckle mounts, one a gentleman, the other a lady, together with a miniature fob seal (3) £40 - £60 2291 Rosewood and mother of pearl sewing box £200 - £300

2297 A late 19th Century lime wood frieze tablet, carved in relief with a procession of cupids, one carrying a basket of fruit, one with a torch, 17cm by 24cm, in a sealed glazed frame, dated 1888 verso £150 - £250 2298 A 1930’s Art Deco shagreen cigarette casket, width 12cm £70 - £90 2299 Venus & Cupid by Joe Descomps, Ceramic cast, early 20thC £100 - £150

2292 A George iii brass pocket combination safe snuff box, engraved J. Purslow, Salop, height 8cm £50 - £70

2286 A Bilston enamel 18th Century patch box with black and white swagged urn to top and polychrome floral sprigs to sides, mirrored inside top £80 - £120

2293 Sewing box with applied striped to lid and front, the inside being of dark cerise fabric. included contents £70 - £100

2287 Four decorative marble obelisks (4) £200 - £300

2294 A German gold painted metal novelty ink pot in the form of an eagle head, circa 1910, glass eyes, marked Geschutzt, height 8cm £40 - £50 2295 Bronzed bearded elder on a heavy plinth. H50cm approx £40 - £60

2300 A French jewellery casket with quilted base and bevelled glass sides and lid £60 - £80 2301 A carved head of grotesque form - architectural salvage £100 - £200 2302 A cased mandolin £30 - £50 2303 A sarcophagus shaped tea caddy with mother of pearl inlays. Interior has 2 tea compartments and a central bowl area Bowl not present (handle loop missing), plus a smaller 2 compartment caddy and a single caddy. (3) £60 - £100 2304 A Prattware pot lid ‘The Late Prince Consort’, set in the lid of an oak and satinwood box £30 - £50 2305 An early 19thC yew wood tea caddy with 2 compartments. Glass mixer not present £100 - £150

2288 A large turned treen comport, early 20th Century, gadroon carved bowl, fluted pedestal, height 27cm £80 - £120 2289 A brass bar-mounted handoperated cork screw, with a brass microscope and a pair of globe bookends.(4) £70 - £100

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2306 A mid 19th Century tea caddy on lion claw feet £150 - £250 2296 A William iV carved giltwood oval easel portrait miniature frame, height 21cm, opening 12 by 9cm £80 - £100

2307 An 18th Century tea caddy, brass mounted £100 - £150

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THE LLOYD MARLOW BUTTON COLLECTiON My roots are Nottingham and the East Midlands and in textiles. My background in Antique & Vintage Costume & Textiles led to the BUTTON Fetish which began over 20 years ago upon my relocation to France. The collection has been trawled from the many superb marches, Fairs & Brocantes from in the north and south of France including: Paris (Clignancourt-St.Ouen), Le Mans, Bordeaux, Lyon, Montpellier, Nimes, Avignon, Isle sur La Sorgue & Beziers. I am absolutely fascinated by the infinite variability & varieties of style, design, colours, shapes & manufacturing techniques used in their production now long since discontinued. I believe that this collection should be of interest to a wide audience Serious Button Collectors / Designers / Artists / Craft Enthusiasts / An Inspirational Archive Source for Manufacturers & Producers Now at 70 years it is time to say goodbye (au revoir) to my passion and I hope that it will kindle new interest in this fascinating collecting area in others. Rebecca Lloyd Marlow, January 2019 Acknowledgement: Hansons are extremely grateful to Rebecca Lloyd Marlow for her assistance in cataloging the collection

2308 A collection of mainly French Art Deco celluloid iridescent buttons, autumnal and faux tortoiseshell colour mounted on two cards, to include a mixture of large/medium/small, various shapes (fully listed on condition report ) (each card with vendor’s annotations & reference on reverse: ref: Cel1 & Cel2: 127 Buttons) (2) £50 - £80

2309 A collection of French early 20th Century including Art Deco celluloid iridescent Buttons autumnal and faux tortoiseshell colour mounted on four cards, dating from 1910-1940, to include a mixture of extra large / large / medium / small / petite, various shapes, mounted on four cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, Our reference on the cards: Cel3,4,5 & 6: 279 Buttons) £100 - £200 2310 A collection of early 20th Century ceramic and pottery Buttons, mainly French mounted on two cards, dating from 1920-80s, various sizes, colours and designs including novelty, animals, bird (pigeon from 1920s), shells, floral etc, some gilt (2) (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, our ref: Cer 1 (The Chinese faces have been restored) & Cer 2 125 buttons) £100 - £150 80

2313 A collection of 19th and 20th Century glass Buttons including French Jet, black glass, Art Deco, West German lustre trimmed, black and gold, black and silvered glass examples, various shapes including Geometric, floral, birds (Owls) etc, to include large/medium/small and petite mounted on 3 cards (fully listed on condition report ) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, our ref: G5/G6/G7 - 228 Buttons) £220 - £320

2311 A collection of late 19th and early 20th Century glass Buttons mainly French riveted and pressed black and silvered, various shapes predominantly Floral design, sizes include Medium/small/petit mounted on one card (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, our ref: G1- 106 Buttons) £200 - £300 2312 A collection of 19th and 20th Century glass Buttons mainly French incorporating Art Nouveau and Deco; of riveted, sculpted, pressed and incised technique, varying colours: coloured, gold, black and silvered glass, various shapes mainly Floral, Geometric etc, sizes include large/medium/small and petite, mounted on three cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, our ref: G2/G3/G4 one of a Lady & Child, possibly a wax seal - 248 Buttons) £200 - £300

2314 Art Deco interest: A collection of miscellaneous glass Buttons including mainly French, West German Art Deco lustre trimmed glass and Mother-ofPearl Buttons, various styles and shapes including geometric pattern, to include large/medium/small and petite mounted on 3 cards (3) (fully listed on condition report ) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, our ref: G8, G9 & G10: two central items are Art Deco dress clips & G10 with central Afghan Hound button - 206 Buttons) £200 - £250 2315 A collection of miscellaneous glass Buttons including Art Deco, West German lustre, vary colour & clear glass; trimmed, pressed, moulded dating from 1880 to 1960, of varying shapes including geometric, animals, to include large/medium/small and petite mounted on 7 cards (fully listed on condition report ),(each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, our ref: G11/G12/G13/G14/G15/G16 with floral paperweight button/G17 two pumpkin & 1 floral heart: 728 buttons) £160 - £180

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2316 A collection of miscellaneous glass Buttons including Victorian French Jet, Art Deco, West German lustre, Murano, Czech vary colours, black, gold, silvered & clear glass; trimmed, pressed, moulded, cut, some enamelled dating from 1880 to 1960, of varying shapes including geometric, shells, flowers etc to include large/medium/small and petite, mounted on 5 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, our ref: G18 with central large Victorian black glass dress decoration /G22/G23/G24/G26 with 2 Murano wedding cake - 331 buttons) £150 - £200 2317 A collection of 19th and 20th Century Horn Buttons including some by Albert Parent (Paris), with selection of pressed/moulded examples with some Art Nouveau & Art Deco design, mainly dark palette a few cream, majority Horn some Bone and Vulcanite - dating from 1800 to 1940, of varying shapes, to include large/medium/small and petite, mounted on 4 cards (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse our ref: Ho1 with tiny WWI Remembrance button/ Ho2/Ho3/Ho4 - 255 buttons) £100 - £200 2318 HUNTING INTEREST: A collection of late 19th and early 20th Century brass, mainly French, Hunt Buttons, also includes rare examples in wood, Bakelite and horn, all with pressed animals in relief relating to the chase hounds, deer, stag, horses, fox.. dating from 1848 to 1960, to include large/medium/small, mounted on 2 cards (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, our ref: HUN1/HUN2 - 182 buttons) £100 - £200

2319 A collection of 20th Century leather Buttons, varying shapes, to include large/medium/small, mounted on 1 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, our ref:Lea1 - 52 buttons) £25 - £35 2320 MILITARY INTEREST: A collection of 19th and early 20th Century brass and gilt Military Buttons, including French, Belgian, American, English and Russian examples, WWI & WWII; 2 x 1816 Army General from Napoleon’s Imperial Guard, various dates etc, to include large/medium/small, mounted on 2 cards (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref: MIL1/MIL2 - 141 buttons) £300 - £400 2321 A collection of 18th, 19th and 20th Century mixed media Buttons including glass, silver & gilt metal, mother-of-pearl, diamonte, enamel, Murano, rare example of 18th Century Ajoure work, varying techniques, colours, styles (inc. Art Deco) and shapes, to include large/medium/small and petite, mounted on 4 cards (fully listed on condition report ) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, Mix4 with descriptions & details on front: (our ref: MIX/1/2/3/4 - 455 buttons) £200 - £300

2322 A collection of 19th and 20th Century Mother-of-Pearl Buttons together with abalone, barbola and haliotide examples, natural colours, iridescent, blue & pink hues, of varying shapes shells, floral, Tree of Life design, and sizes most notable a rare large Star (card: Mop3) to include large/medium/small and petite, mounted on 4 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref: MOP/1/2/3/4 282 buttons) £300 - £400 2323 A collection of 19th and 20th Century Mother-of-Pearl Buttons together with abalone, barbola, silver and haliotide examples, natural colours, iridescent,blue & pink hues, sets included 6 by Albert Patent (blue with gilt metal trim on card: MOP9) etc, of varying and unusual shapes, designs one button depicting the Eiffel Tower, another Dove shaped - sizes to include large/medium/small and petite, mounted on 5 cards, (fully listed on condition report ) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref: MOP/5/6/7/8/9 555 buttons) £250 - £350 2324 A collection of 20th Century Perspex and Lucite Buttons, vary coloured, painted and frosted, unusual shapes including geometric Art Deco, to include large/medium/small, mounted on 2 cards, (fully listed on condition report ),(each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref: PER1 & 2 216 buttons) £60 - £80 2325 A collection of early 20th Century mixed media, mainly Art Deco period, Buttons including Plastic (some very early from 1920s), Bakelite and Galalithe, varying colours, unusual shapes including novelty and sizes, to include extra large/large/medium/small, mounted on 5 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:P1,/P4/ P6/ P8 & P10 - 330 buttons) A lot is 70569-51 £100 - £200

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 2326 A collection of early 20th Century mixed media mainly Art Deco period Buttons including Plastic, Casine, Bakelite and Galalithe, varying colours some cards Autumnal palette; unusual shapes barrel, triangular, geometric to include extra large /large/medium/small, mounted on 5 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:P14/15/16/17/18 - 243 buttons) £100 - £150

2329 A collection of Victorian and early 20th Century textile Buttons of varying technique including crochet, beaded, silk and an unique passementerie square linen string example, with six rare silk gilt encased examples, variations on traditional shape, to include large/medium/small, mounted on 2 cards,(fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:TEX1 & 2 - 147 buttons) £100 - £150 The Taqua Palm grew in the rainforests of Peru South America. Collection of the Nuts was Extremely Hazardous for the indigenous people, but were used as Ballast in Ships in the early 19th. century. in 1859 an Austrian wood carver Johann Hille was the first to carve buttons then hand colouring them. This is possibly the largest collection of original early vegetable ivory designs The wood grain effect on the reverse of the buttons is the characteristic distinguishing mark for vegetable ivory.

2327 A fine collection of Art Deco mainly Bakelite Buttons including sets with also early 20th Century plastic and galalithe, mainly black & autumnal colours with variations to include rare spliced wafer two and three combination colour layering; some unusual shapes, to include extra large /large/medium/small, mounted on 4 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:P25,26,27,28 - 249 buttons) £200 - £300

2330 A rare collection of 19th and early 20th Century Vegetable ivory Buttons either Tagua Nut, Taqua Nut or Corozo extract, multiple colour and variations including a rare orange checked print, unusual (triangular) and regular shapes with Art Deco, to include large/medium/small/petite, mounted on 3cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:VIV 1/2/3 - 235 buttons) £150 - £250

2328 A fine collection of Art Deco Bakelite Buttons to include rare Fun Buttons by Peggy Osbourne, further 20th Century early plastic, early Olastic, casine, faux tortoiseshell, faux amber, gilt and galalithe; colourful palette but also with black, autumnal and combination colours, various shapes, to include extra large /large/medium/small, mounted on 8 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:P31-38 - 649 buttons) £250 - £450

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2335 A collection of various Sets of late 19th and early 20th Century Buttons, mixed mediums, various multiples of each design and listed separately (fully listed on condition report) to include medium/small/petite: mounted on 4 cards (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref: SET8/9/10/11539 buttons) £200 - £300 2336 A collection of late 19th and early 20th Century including Art Deco mixed media metal Buttons including gilt, silver, chrome enamel, diamante,/Rhinestone, various designs, some sets, shapes and sizes from large/medium/small/petit; (listed on condition report) mounted on 5 cards (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref: MET 1-5 - 423 buttons) £150 - £250

2331 A rare collection of 19th and early 20th Century Vegetable ivory Buttons either Tagua Nut, Taqua Nut or Corozo extract, colour variations (two tone) mainly black, autumnal and ivory with an unusual raised triangular and regular shapes - extra large/ large/medium/small/petite, mounted on 4 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:VIV 10/11/12/13 - 242 buttons) £200 - £300 2332 A collection of late 19th and early 20th Century Wooden Buttons, of various specimens, some plain others with decorative techniques including inset with gilt metal or motherof-pearl; painted, gilt etc, variations on traditional shape and geometric ones, to include large/medium/small, mounted on 6 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:Wo1-6 - 353 buttons) £120 - £180 2333 A collection of various Sets of late 19th and early 20th Century Buttons, mixed mediums, various multiples of each design listed separately (fully listed on condition report ) to include large/medium/small, mounted on 3 cards: (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref: SET1/2/3 - 275 buttons) £200 - £300 2334 A collection of various Sets of late 19th and early 20th Century Buttons, mixed mediums, various multiples of each design listed separately (fully listed on condition report) to include medium/small/petite: mounted on 4 cards (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref: SET4/5/6/7 - 327 buttons) £200 - £400

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2337 A fine collection of late 19th and early 20th Century gilt metal buttons, including: enamelled, pierced, various designs, shapes, sizes and some sets 5 pierced ball buttons with bar and loop backs, 5 Art Nouveau (4 large, 1 medium en suite); 2 Sarah bernhardt picture buttons, 3 Albert Parent Paris buttons etc, mounted on 1 card (fully listed on condition report) (MET 6 54 buttons) £200 - £300 2338 A fine collection of late 19th Century and 20th Century (1870-1960s) metal buttons including gilt, silver, brass, copper and enamel; Art Nouveau, Art Deco, some pierced, raised decoration, various shaped including Art Deco brass cylindrical button, boat and hat etc, sizes include large/medium/small/petite, mounted on 1 card (fully listed on condition report) (MET 7 93 buttons) £200 - £300

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 2343 A fine collection of 19th Century white metal buttons including cut steel silvered, silver plate, French silver including a Francois I and Napoleon I examples both signed R.L for Rene Lalique or Louis Armand Rault; Art Nouveau etc sizes include large/medium/small and petit, mounted on 1 card (fully listed either on condition report) (MET 12 57 buttons) £250 - £350 2339 A fine collection of late 19th Century and 20th Century (18701960s) metal buttons including gilt, silver, brass, copper, diamante and enamel, one filigree, various designs and shapes including rare horse heads, bambi, leaf shapes aised decoration, various shaped including Art Deco brass cylindrical button, boat and hat etc, sizes include medium/small/petite, mounted on 1 card (fully listed on condition report) (MET 8 88 buttons) £200 - £300

2340 A fine collection of late 18th Century and 19th Century metal buttons including cut steel silvered, gilt, enamel and diamante, various designs including floral, pierced, lace and unusual pair of silver bright-cut engraved oval examples with pie crust rim etc, sizes include large/medium/ small/petite, mounted on 1 card (fully listed on condition report) (MET 9 55 buttons) £250 - £350

2341 A fine collection of 19th Century metal buttons including cut steel silvered, gilt, enamel, diamonte and mother-of-pearl, various designs including floral, pierced, lace and unusual central button with Apollo’s head in profilem, sizes include large/medium/small, mounted on 1 card (fully listed on condition report MET 10 - 39 buttons) £250 - £350

2342 A fine collection of mid19th Century and 20th Century metal buttons including cut steel silvered, gilt, copper, enamel and diamante, various designs including floral, pierced, lace and a pair of Raygene black beaded buttons, sizes include large/medium/small and petit, mounted on 1 card (fully listed on condition report) (MET 11 82 buttons) £100 - £200

2344 A fine collection of 19th Century various sets of white metal buttons including cut steel silvered, silver plate, French silver and diamonte, various designs including geometric entwining flower, domed flowers, a large pair inset with turquoise, sizes include large/medium/small and petit, mounted on 1 card (fully listed on condition report) (MET 13 76 buttons) £250 - £350

2345 A fine collection of 19th and early 20th Century buttons including cut steel silvered, gilt metal, diamante, enamelled and mother-of-pearl, designs including floral openwork, geometric pattern, rose cut solitaire etc, sizes include large/medium/small and petit, with three oblong shaped examples, mounted on 1 card (fully listed on condition report) (MET 14 67 buttons) £150 - £200

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2348 A fine collection of late 19th Century and Art Nouveau buttons and Studs including gilt, gold, brass and enamelled; with central large Art Nouveau lady in profile, domed buttons, Swan, warrior, monogrammed, floral, filigree, entwining etc; sizes large, medium small and petit, mounted on 1 card - (fully listed on condition report) (MET 17 47 buttons) £100 - £200

2346 A fine collection of mid 19th and early 20th Century buttons and Studs including gilt metal, gold, enamelled and mother-of-pearl, designs including floral openwork, ribbons, shamrock design by Albert Parent, etc, sizes small and petit, mounted on 1 card (fully listed on condition report) (MET 15 111 buttons) £100 - £200

2347 A fine collection of mid 19th and early 20th Century buttons and Studs including silver, silver plate, gilt, gold, brass; designs including `Fables de Fontaine, `Le Renard et la Cigogne, monogrammed, floral etc, designer example by Parent (Paris), sizes large, medium small and petit, mounted on 1 card (fully listed on condition report) (MET 16 77 buttons) £150 - £250

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2349 A fine collection of late 19th Century and Art Nouveau Buttons and Studs including gilt, gold, brass and enamelled; with central large floral design example, some floral, filigree, entwining etc; sizes large, medium small and petit, mounted on 1 card single & pairs (fully listed on condition report) (MET 18 62 buttons) £150 - £250

2350 A fine collection of 18th, 19th and 20th Century buttons including silver, gilt, gold, brass and horn; designs include profile of Louis XIV, profiles, animals in relief, flowers, foliage, filigree etc; sizes large, medium small and petit, mounted on 1 card single & pairs (fully listed either on condition report) (MET 19 59 buttons) £200 - £250

2351 An important collection of 19th Century buttons and studs including horn, enamels, cut steels, diamonte, gilt etc; designs include three red horn variety inlaid with a mosaic of motherof-pearl, floral, Art Nouveau etc; sizes large, medium small and petit, mounted on 1 card single, pairs & sets (fully listed either on condition report) (MET 20 95 buttons) - described by the vendor as her best/ultimate card: £400 - £500

2352 A fine collection of 19th & 20th Century buttons and studs including gold, silver, cut steel, diamonte, gilt etc; designs include rose cut solitaire mounted, geometric,floral snow flake, four George IV gilt variet; sizes large, medium small and petit, mounted on 1 card single, pairs & sets (fully listed on condition report) (MET 21 89 buttons) £150 - £200

2353 A fine collection of 19th & 20th Century buttons and studs including agate mounted, gold, silver, gilt etc; designs include Art Nouveau lady in profile, landscapes, profile portraits, filigree, a set of five inlaid with flowers etc; sizes extra large medium small and petit, mounted on 1 card single, pairs & sets (fully listed on condition report) (MET 22 63 buttons) £150 - £250

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2354 A fine collection of mid 19th to early 20th Century buttons and studs including luminous enamel, gilt mounted etc; designs six luminous green enamel floral squares, steel floral design, paisley designs etc; sizes large medium small and petit, mounted on 1 card single, pairs & sets (fully listed either on condition report ) (MET 23 76 buttons) £250 - £300

2355 A fine collection of mid 19th to early 20th Century buttons and studs including inlaid, mother-of-pearl, enamels, gilt mounted, cut steel etc; designs floral inlay, filigree, shell shaped, domed etc; sizes large medium small and petit, mounted on 1 card single, pairs & sets (fully listed either on condition report) (MET 24 74 buttons) £150 - £200 2356 BOOK: Button Collecting by Polly de Steiguer Crummett, published by Lightner Publishing Company in 1939, 157 pages, illustrated with b&w photographs £35 - £45 2357 A collection of miscellaneous glass Buttons including Victorian French Jet, Art Deco, West German lustre, Murano, Czech vary colours, black, gold, silvered & clear glass; trimmed, pressed, moulded, cut, some enamelled dating from 1880 to 1960, of varying shapes including geometric, animals, shells, flowers etc to include large/medium/ small and petite, mounted on 4 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, our ref: G19/G20/G21/G25 - buttons) £120 - £180 86

2358 A collection of early 20th Century mixed media, mainly Art Deco period, Buttons including Plastic (some very early from 1920s), Bakelite and Galalithe, colours mainly autumnal, varying circular shapes including some geometric and sizes to include extra large/large/medium/small, mounted on 5 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:P2/P3/P5/P7/P9 - 264 buttons) £100 - £200 2359 Henri Hamm: A collection of early 20th Century mixed media mainly Art Deco period Buttons including Plastic, Casine, Bakelite and Galalithe, varying colours; unusual shapes including a Toi et Moi Open Book, four barrel & three wedge; card P13 includes an example designed by Henri Hamm, to include extra large /large/medium/small, mounted on 5 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:P11/12/13/19 &20 - 402 buttons) £150 - £250 2360 A collection of early 20th Century Plastic Buttons also bakelite and galalithe, mainly black & autumnal colours with variations to include some Art Deco spliced wafer two combination colour layering; mostly circular variations with some unusual shapes to include extra large /large/medium/small, mounted on 6 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:P21/22/23/24/29/30 - 360 buttons) £100 - £200 2361 A rare collection of 19th and early 20th Century Vegetable ivory Buttons either Tagua Nut, Taqua Nut or Corozo extract, multiple colour and variations including blue, unusual and regular shapes mainly Art Deco, to include large/medium/small/petite, mounted on cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:VIV 4/5/6 - 163 buttons) £150 - £250

2362 A rare collection of 19th and early 20th Century Vegetable ivory Buttons either Tagua Nut, Taqua Nut or Corozo extract, multiple colour and variations including checked, unusual oblong and regular mainly Art Deco shapes, to include large/medium/small/petite, mounted on cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:VIV 7/8/9 197 buttons) £150 - £250

2363 A rare collection of 19th and early 20th Century Vegetable ivory Buttons either Tagua Nut, Taqua Nut or Corozo extract, colour variations/two tone mainly black and autumnal and some reds, regular shapes with rare stencilled examples including a floral design, includes a set of eight tiny star designs extra large/ large/medium/small/petite, mounted on 4 cards, (fully listed on condition report) (each card with vendor’s annotations on reverse, ref:VIV 14/15/16/17 - 279 buttons) £200 - £300

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TEXTiLES 2364 A French dress hand made, in a silk late Georgian fabric, the flowers are richly printed onto a beige background - the deep pink flowers and green foliage and depict there is a tear towards the higher part of the skirt, the binding round the waistband is from a later date, the skirt is gathered round the waist into a full skirt, the bodice of the dress in the same fabric has covered buttons down the front of the bodice Note: there is wear and tear to the front, it is lined in a beige cotton fabric - the sleeves which are in a a fan shape are richly embellished in silk braid work and fringing - it is believed it came from the French Court, the outfit comes with a small modern child’s tailors dummy £500 - £700 2365 Contains four pack books of making up patterns for lace; the designs are hand drawn in pencil in black and red ink on graph paper and tracing paper; annotated with design changes, reference numbers and planning and construction notes and measurements etc, all bound in quarter calf (4) £200 - £300 2366 A late Georgian or early Regency waistcoat in a silk/taffeta fabric, hand embroidered with small sprigs of flowers decorating the item. The front of the garment is embroidered with foliage and flowers and the hemline has rows of flowers edged in a deep pink edging, the buttons are embroidered in blue flowers and the back has two lace up fastening (some wear under arms) £300 - £500 2367 Contains four pack books of making up patterns for lace; the designs are hand drawn in pencil in black and red ink on graph paper and tracing paper; annotated with design changes, reference numbers and planning and construction notes and measurements etc, all bound in quarter calf (4) £200 - £300

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2364 & 2366 2368 Plant form Studies by TW Hammond, English pen and ink some plates missing (nos 2,20 and 23) folio with silk ties £70 - £80 2369 Formes et Decors Modernes the Fine porcelain book, French circa 1900, a hand Pochoir coloured photogravures book folio of French Sevres and porcelain designs of vases, cups, and saucers, sugar bowls, tea pots, confectier, bonbonniere, mostly floral and swan designs, all organic also peacock feathers, two plates missing (nos 1 and 16) £100 - £200

2370 Nature inspirations for lace design by NK Collyer member of the Kirkland hand drawn design family 1930’s - hand drawn lace designs, half calf 1910-1918. 3 Items plus factory records, books of employees, general register books, and accidents from 1939 up to the 1970’s £100 - £120

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2371 Three large folios containing samples of lace, one book contains examples of machine made lace, trimmings and motifs, also hand embroidered fabrics including fine silk waned in silk floss, metal thread lace trimmings and large swatches hand embroidered with lace inserts, the book then displays examples of lace in black and white. Various lace techniques, flat and raised needlepoint as well as tambar and drawn worn on net to name a few. The second book is titled Oriental lace Novelties, J Kirkland and Sons, Nottingham, and contains samples of embroidered silk, embroidered tulle, embroidered muslin also includes rubbing’s on paper to illustrate the raised embroidered threads, each sample has a manual reference numbered label. The book then moves on to include coloured fabric swatches with machine embroidered motifs. Fragile condition. The third book contains a mixture of fabric samples with machine embroidered motifs in various colours as well as paper patterns for each £200 - £300

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2372 A large folio of lace samples, the book is stamped on the binding 1899 and is a half calf bound folio. It contains a vast amount of hand made lace samples, including flat and raised needlepoint, bobbin lace, applique, cambric and crochet work. The book also include samples of machine made lace and extensive examples of tulle in various patterns up to 1899, fragile condition £200 - £300

2374 A selection of six folios of English lace including a red folio with mounted photographs of ideas for lace and embroidery. Also included is another folio which contains designs of Irish lace in photographic form. These were manufactured for the German market in Stuttgart. Another two folios contain English lace design plates. There is also a claret lever binder containing nothing. All date from about 1900 (6) £80 - £120

2373 Three Kirkland and Sons, Notts, large bound folios containing lace samples. The first book (missing cover) includes samples of tulle embroidered in running and chain stitch and darning work on tulle. The second book contains more examples of machine embroidered tulle in cream, white, ivory, black and also colours such as blue and multi coloured. All samples are labelled with hand written reference numbers, fragile condition. The third book, entitled, Torchons, Valenciennes Fancy insertions and corset laces, J Kirkland and Sons, include machine embroidered muslin and net (3) £250 - £350

2375 A folio of photographs mounted on cards of French lace. Another folio of Parisian lace printed onto paper (1900) A half calf book of Chantilly lace 1904 printed for the Paris exhibition. A folio of Belgian designs from the Exhibition of Liege (1905) plates of Belgian lace complete with silk ties. A folio of French/Italian/German and Dutch designs. A large for Pratique template designs, also included are five lace plates (1900) (6) £80 - £100

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 2376 A set of four cast silver Art Nouveau buttons, Thomas White, London 1898, together with a set of five Art Nouveau buttons with indistinct hallmarks together with a pair of George IV silver shoe buckles, of rectangular form with beaded detail, Charles Rawlings, London 1827, each with steel mechanism marked ‘right’ and ‘left’, together with two other silver buckles, 4 ozt / 126gms gross approx (12) (2 BAGS) £120 - £180 2377 A large collection of German/Swiss lace folios, including compositions by H. Martel in St Galien together with designs for embroidery and laces by H. Renner. Drawings and plates of flora and fauna and other folios of German lace design (1900) (10) £150 - £200 2378 Another collection of German/Swiss lace folios including; Praktische Vorbilder (lace industry) 20 plates of lace designs by C.F Schultz and Co. A folio of 20 plates of lace designs including coloured designs. Folios by Von R Schauss; 15 plates of Phantasie forms fur Spitzen und Stickerein; Neue Motive by Franz Haller, 15 plates, complete. Another folio with a combination of European lace designs including Portuguese, Valencia, Brussels, Flemish, Italian, Irish and French (6) £90 - £120 2379 Seven folios of lace published in Germany around 1900. Some plates are photographs and some are design patterns (7) £80 - £120 2380 An Edwardian silver topped hob nail cut glass perfume bottle, the mount J&R., Chester 1906 £40 - £60 2381 A Regency silver and steel shoe buckle, also a pair of steel and white metal buckles, a steel and diamante buckle, a white metal and diamante buckle and a mother of pearl 1920s buckle (7 pieces) £40 - £70

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2382 Textile interest. Sampler dated 1815 embroidered with poetry and nature images. Framed and glazed £80 - £120 2383 Textile interest. Sampler dated 1827. Text and images. Named. Age 10. Framed and glazed £100 - £150

MiLiTARiA 2384 British Trio of Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal to Sjt. W Blount, TRW Surrey Regt, Egypt Medal 1882 with Tel El Kebir Clasp to Sgt W Blount and a Kedives Star marked on reverse CG 3178 £150 - £200 2385 Boer War Queens South Africa Medal with Orange Free State and Cape Colony Clasps to 2541 Sgt Dmr T Simpson, South Staff Regt. With ribbon £80 - £120 2386 Framed and glazed WWi North Staffordshire soldier £20 - £40 2387 A 17 bore East india Government issue percussion single barrel pistol Lock marked Birmingham 1867. The barrel bears the arsenal inspectors marks from the Tower in Bagot Street Birmingham where it was assembled from parts made by local contractors then proved at these premises. Unlike the majority of these encountered this one has clearly seen service and has a worn finish and a segment of wood is missing at the rear of the lock £150 - £250

2389 WW2 US Army Enlisted mans Overseas cap, size 7. US Army enlisted mans cap badge and an enlisted mans US collar dog; US Army Infantry officers crossed rifles collar insignia and a pair of M1938 leggings, size 2R £20 - £40 2390 A brass barrel flintlock blunderbuss by Ketland & Company the barrel bearing London proof marks and the name London. On the barrel’s underside it is numbered CW 1520 indicating it was formerly owned in Ireland in the area of Carlow next to Wexford, the serial numbering was as a result of the 1843 Irish Arms Registry Act. The muzzle is slightly belled and the lock is of a simple military style and is fitted with a swan necked cock. Barrel length 14 ”.It is in extremely good condition £400 - £600 2391 Set of Ross Binoculars in case with original receipt from 1953 £20 - £40 2392 WWi swagger stick £40 - £60 2393 A long stave police truncheon William IIII £80 - £120 2394 British 1858 pattern sword bayonet £40 - £60 2395 WWi German helmet plate £60 - £100

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2396 Quantity of cap and collar badges along with various cloth badges £40 - £60

2388 British George iii Era Police Truchion. Original Blue paintwork with gilt and black painted GRIII Cypher and M over 106 £60 - £100

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CLOCKS 3000 A George iii oak eight day longcase clock, the dial inscribed William Riches Swanton Abbott, the brass dial with gilt spandrels and a silvered chapter dial, the case inlaid with parquetry, the hood with arched door and turned columns between glazed door the case door with inlaid fan decoration £200 - £300

3005 A 19th Century French cast ormolu bracket clock, circa 1870, of Rococo Revival design, the dial with inset enamel Roman numerals over a study of two boys at play, the movement striking on a bell and signed Rainco Freres, Paris, height 40cm (key and pendulum) £300 - £500 3003 A late 19th Century novelty bronzed desk clock and barometer combined, in the form of a windmill with sails (s.d), weather vane finial, conical roof, two thermometers, barometer and clock, height 45cm (key) £800 - £1200 3001 A late 19th Century traditional brushed brass lantern clock of large size, flame finial and fret scroll mounts to the pediment, 14cm silver Roman numeral dial cherub spandrels, radiating sun design to the sides, the mechanism striking on two bells, height 40c, (key and pendulum) £400 - £500

3004 A 19th Century brass skeleton bracket clock, silvered dial with Roman numerals, single fusee movement striking on a bell, white veined marble plinth, under a glass dome (s.d), full height including dome 46cm £150 - £250

3006 An 18th century oak and mahogany eight day longcase clock, silvered chapter dial, gilt spandrels, black Roman numerals and Arabic minute numerals, subsidiary dial, the top with a plaque inscribed ‘Meers Hempnall’, the hood with a swan neck pediment, the glazed door set between quarter round turned columns, raised on a projecting base, complete with two weights, 220cm high, complete with key £150 - £250

3002 A Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos Viii bracket timepiece, brushed brass case frame with perspex glazed panels, Serial No.47424, height 23cm, in presentation case and outer cardboard box £500 - £700

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3007 3007 A 19th Century French marble and ormolu mounted garniture de cheminee, the eight day clock striking in a bell, with circular face, the case applied with ram’s mask handles and surmounted by an urn, the two side pieces of urn shape with floral handles £500 - £700 3008 A 19th Century French mantel clock in the form of a plinth of rectangular section, silvered circular dial, eight day striking movement on a bell, applied with flaming torches, trophies, arrows and quivers, wreaths and floral swags, in gilt brass, surmounted by an ormolu cupid, standing holding a bow, under a glass dome £200 - £300 3009 An early 18th Century Chinoiserie black lacquered eight day longcase clock, the brass dial inscribed ’Rob Andrew’ London, the brass dial with two winder holes and a subsidiary dial, the door opening to reveal pendulum and a double weighted movement Note: Front glass and side glass missing £300 - £400

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3010 A George iii oak 30 hour longcase clock, the dial inscribed ‘Lannie, Carlise’ the hood with a single glazed door opening to reveal a silvered chapter dial and gilt spandrels, the case with a single case door and raised on a projecting base, 205cm high £100 - £200 3011 An early 20th Century mahogany cased eight day wall clock, the glazed door with painted decoration depicting Branksea Castle, Dorset £40 - £60

3013 A late 19th Century repeating carriage clock, brass corniche case, visible escapement, white enamel dial with Roman numerals signed with retailer T. Martin, Regent St, bright cut surround, the movement striking on a gong, height 13cm (key) £100 - £150 3014 A late 19th Century French carriage clock, brass corniche case, visible escapement, white enamel dial with Roman numerals, gong striking, height 14cm, in a fitted travel case (key) £100 - £150 3015 An early 20th Century French brass carriage timepiece, brass corniche case, visible escapement, white enamel dial which Roman numerals signed by the retailer Benetfink & Co, London, height 11cm, in a travelling case (key) £50 - £80 3016 An early 20th Century brass gravity desk timepiece, 10cm circular dial with visible movement, height 26cm £50 - £80

3012 A Jaeger Le Coultre brass framed Atmos bracket timepiece, Serial No.345158, height 22cm £250 - £350

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FURNiTURE 3050 A late Victorian rosewood and marquetry inlaid chiffonier, mirror backed, the upper section with a gallery top and glazed doors, the base with a central drawer to top, two glazed doors and two panelled doors £200 - £300 3051 A Charles ii joined oak chest, with a plank top lid opening to reveal a fitted candlebox. Retaining original lock and wire hinges, three panelled front carved with intertwined lunettes, lozenge panels, scrolled decoration £150 - £250

3062 An early 19th Century mahogany tripod table £20 - £30 3063 A pair of early Victorian walnut gentlemen’s open armchairs, carved crest rail, deep buttoned backs, raised on cabriole legs £100 - £200

3052 An Arts and Crafts oak captains chair, with red leather padded back and arms, with an upholstered seat, standing on square legs £60 - £100 3053 A pair of Chinese carved hardwood armchairs, naturalistic branches and flowers £100 - £150 3054 A George iii mahogany and inlaid card table, of demilune form, raised on square tapered legs £80 - £120 3055 A George iii mahogany fold over card table, standing on square legs £30 - £50 3056 A George iii mahogany demi-lune fold-over games table, circa 1770, moulded edge top, green baize lined, double gateleg action, tapered block legs, spade feet, width 85cm £300 - £400 3057 A William and Mary period ebonised high back chair, circa 1695, the frame probably made from beech, having a scroll carved crest rail, padded back, turned uprights, upholstered seat and raised on turned and scroll carved front legs, united by turned stretchers and a carved central stretcher £200 - £300 3058 A George iii style mahogany bureau, of small proportions, the fall front opening to reveal a fitted interior with four graduated drawers £50 - £80 3059 An early 20th Century captains chair, spindle back £40 - £60 3060 19thC Bradbury sewing machine in original case £40 - £60 3061 A Victorian burr walnut Canterbury Whatnot, circa 1880, the upper section with fretwork applied to back and sides, raised on turned supports, with a scroll carved and pierced base section, fitted with a single drawer, standing on turned feet, 100cm high, 59cm wide, 40cm deep £150 - £250

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3064 A George iii mahogany chest on chest, decorated with blind fretwork throughout, the upper section with three short over three long graduated drawers, the base section with a brushing slide over three long graduated drawers, all drawers retaining original handles and locks, standing on bracket feet, 190cm high, 110cm wide, 60cm deep £700 - £1000 3065 A Mid Victorian walnut gentleman’s armchair, with a carved crest rail, deep buttoned back, scroll carved arms, sprung upholstered seat and raised on turned legs, together with a matching ladies chair, (2) £60 - £100 3066 A mid Victorian mahogany chaise longue, upholstered in beige, having a scrolled back, 86cm high, 190cm wide, 60cm deep £60 - £100 93


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3067 An early Victorian walnut and marquetry inlaid display cabinet, with ormolu mounts, fitted with three glazed doors opening to reveal three shelves, 135cm high, complete with key £300 - £400 3068 A George iii mahogany tripod table, circa 1770, dished and shaped fixed top, baluster pedestal, cabriole base, diameter 58cm £200 - £300 3069 A 19th Century French Bombe walnut vitrine display cabinet, in the Rococo Revival style, having a glazed door, the lower section with panels of marquetry decoration Note: Side panels are glass and the front panel is perspex £200 - £300

3078 A Victorian four tier corner whatnot, together with a further similar corner what-not (2) £50 - £80 3079 A pair of Chinese hardwood side tables, with carved friezes, plus another (3) £50 - £80 3071 A mid 19th Century walnut high back chair, with a burgundy upholstered back, carved crest rail, shaped back, upholstered seat, raised on carved cabriole legs with white porcelain castors £30 - £50 3072 A 19th Century octagonal ladies pedestal work table, the octagonal section raised on a turned column and standing on sabre legs £30 - £50 3073 An Art Deco walnut centre table. circa 1930, of square form, with canted corners £40 - £60 3074 A fine George iii mahogany gentleman’s dressing chest in the manner of Gillows, the upper section sliding out and revealing multiple compartments over two long drawers, the top and front inlaid with satinwood banding, standing on splayed feet, 86cm high, 109cm wide, 67cm deep £4000 - £5000

3070 A George iii oak bureau bookcase, the upper section possibly a marriage, fitted with two doors inlaid with panels of paterae, enclosing shelves, the fall front enclosing a fitted interior, the base with four long graduated drawers, bracket feet £80 - £120

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3075 A Victorian mahogany settee, circa 1860, the shaped crest rail, green upholstery, deep buttoned back, scrolled arm supports, raised on turned legs £80 - £120 3076 A Victorian pole screen, the panel with woolwork design, raised on a turned column, standing on a triform base, with scrolled feet £60 - £100

3080 A Chinese red lacquered side cupboard, probably 19th Century, fitted with two drawers over a two door cupboard £80 - £120 3081 A George ii style mahogany torchere, the circular top raised on a spiral turned and acanthus carved column, raised on cabriole legs, with claw and ball feet, 142cm high £50 - £80 3082 A George iii oak corner cupboard, circa 1770, fitted with two two-panel doors opening to reveal three fitted shelves Provenance: From Owlbury Hall, Shropshire £30 - £50 3083 An Edwardian mahogany music cabinet, the single door enclosing eight fitted shelves, containing a large collection of boxed pianola rolls, some by Meloto, Parex, etc £60 - £100 3084 An Edwardian mahogany octagonal occasional table, of two-tier form, raised on square tapered legs £40 - £60 3085 A collection of six chairs with cream upholstery with red detail design, comprising, Carver chair, circa 1825 together with four Victorian balloon back chairs and a later chair. (6) £60 - £100

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 3086 A George iii mahogany secretaire linen press, the upper section with a fretwork geometric moulded edge and a repeated architectural design, fitted with two astragal glazed doors opening to reveal sliding shelves, the base section with a secretaire sliding out and reveal a fitted interior, with three drawers below, raised on ogee bracket feet, 208cm high, 122cm wide, 62cm deep £1500 - £2000

3093 A late Victorian rosewood inlaid sideboard, c.1880, fitted with three drawers, with two doors to sides and a central open section, turned gallery to underside, turned supports, 100cm high, 122cm wide, 37cm deep £200 - £300 3094 A 19th Century Gothic Revival oak pedestal table, the concave top inscribed, and decorated with a gadrooned edge, raised on a quadruple column base and standing on four carved cabriole legs, 64cm high, 59cm wide, 41cm deep £250 - £350

3089 A George iii mahogany fold-over tea table, raised on turned legs £40 - £60 3090 A George iii mahogany work table, circa 1800, crossbanded and strung, curved end flaps, twin opposing frieze drawers with brass pulls, ring turned tapered legs, brass caps and castors, width open 92cm £200 - £300

3102 An early 18th Century oak chest, having a three panelled to sides, raised on stile feet £60 - £100

3104 A French style oak and green painted sideboard, 91cm high, 186cm wide, 52cm deep £100 - £200

3095 A George iii mahogany chest of drawers, circa 1810, fitted with two short over three long graduated drawers, raised on a splayed bracket feet £100 - £150 3096 A Victorian mahogany twin pedestal sideboard £80 - £120 3097 An early 20th Century oak sideboard, having a carved front, the upper section with barley twist turned columns, the base with two doors and two drawers £80 - £120

3091 A George ii oak mule chest, with quoin effect corners, the lid opening to reveal large storage area, the base with two short drawers, raised on bracket feet £150 - £250

3098 A 17th Century style oak long table, joined construction, 76cm high, 280cm wide, 79cm deep £300 - £400

3092 An early 19th Century mahogany lidded Canterbury, fitted with two drawers to base, standing on turned legs with brass casters, 59cm high, 54cm wide, 39cm deep £100 - £150

3099 A collection of three various folding cake stands, comprising a early 20th Century black lacquered three-tier cake stand, a further three-tier cake stand and an early 20th Century rectangular two-tier cake stand (3) £40 - £60

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3101 A set of six George iii mahogany Hepplewhite design dining chairs, circa 1800, serpentine top rails, interlaced vase splats, curved arms, drop-in upholstered seats, strung tapered block legs (6) Note: 1 seat missing £200 - £300

3103 Art Deco oak single door glazed bookcase, complete with three adjustable shelves £40 - £60

3087 A George iii mahogany side table, circa 1770, fitted with a long single drawer over two short drawers, raised on square tapered supports £40 - £60 3088 A George iii and later bookcase cabinet, the upper section probably of circa 1770, fitted with two Gothick glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, the later base section with two drawers and two doors £60 - £100

3100 A set of six oak chairs with carved back panels, comprising two carvers and four side chairs (6) £80 - £120

3105 A mid 18th Century joined oak Deuddarn, probably Welsh, the top with a moulded over-hanging cornice and turned finials to each end, fitted with three doors to upper section, the base section with two short drawers and a central narrow drawer over two panelled doors, raised on stile feet, 183cm high, 123cm wide, 54cm deep £800 - £1200 3106 An Edwardian Hepplewhite style shield back upholstered open armchair, with cream upholstered back and seat, raised on turned supports £30 - £50 3107 A Chinese hardwood jardinere stand, probably late 19th Century, hand carved, standing on four shaped legs £50 - £80 3108 A Charles ii oak chest of drawers, of two part form, the drawer fronts with geometrically applied mouldings and split turnings, the upper section with a single double depth drawer and two drawers to base section, raised on bun feet, 92cm high, 93cm wide, 54cm deep £600 - £800

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 3109 A George iii mahogany corner washstand, of bow fronted form £40 - £60

3118 A 19th Century marble topped corner cupboard with metal lattice work door panel £40 - £60

3110 A contemporary Chinese rosewood freestanding centre shelving what-not £50 - £80

3119 A 19th Century oak free standing corner cupboard, the cornice carved with rosettes and roundels, fitted with two three-panelled doors, raised on bracket feet, 185cm high, 110cm wide, 63cm deep (into corner) £50 - £80

3111 An Edwardian mahogany bookcase, with an upper glazed section £60 - £100

3120 A George iii mahogany side chair, circa 1770, in the manner of Thomas Chippendale, the back with a shaped crest rail and pierced back splat, overstuffed seat, raised on square legs, 96cm high £80 - £120 3121 A Georgian style mahogany side chair, in the manner of Thomas Chippendale, the back with a carved and pierced back splat, drop in seat, raised on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet £60 - £100 3122 A Chinese hardwood low table, the top with mitred edges, carved and pierced friezes and standing on square legs £60 - £100

3112 An early to mid 17th Century joined oak chest, the top with a four panel lid, the front with a carved arcaded frieze and four arcaded panels with parquetry inlaid lozenges, each panel set between fluted stiles, the whole raised on stile feet with corner brackets £200 - £300 3113 An Edwardian centre table, with reticulated frieze £30 - £50 3114 An Edwardian Arts and Crafts mahogany display cabinet, circa 1905, in the manner of Shapland and Petter, the top with an arched pediment and a mirrored back, the lower section with a central projecting bow-fronted glazed cabinet section, fitted with two curved lead glazed doors with stained glass, enclosing two fitted shelves, above the cabinet section is an open spindle gallery top, the whole raised on inlaid stile supports with pierced terminals £600 - £1000 3115 An Edwardian mahogany inlaid corner chair, the back with vertical slats to both sides, padded seat, raised on turned supports united by a cross-stretcher £30 - £50 3116 A mid 17th Century oak transitional chest, the boarded construction to sides and frame and panel construction to front £100 - £200 3117 A Chinese marble topped table, probably late 19th Century, of circular form, the top inset with a marble centre and carved beaded edge, carved and pierced frieze, animal carved legs with claw feet, united by stretchers, 46m high, 44cm wide £60 - £100 96

3123 An Edwardian satinwood standing vitrine in the Sheraton Revival style, circa 1905, boxwood and ebony strung with marquetry inlay, set back upper section with ogee astragal glazed double doors opening to fixed shelving, cupboard storage below, undertier, tapered block legs, height 193cm, width 106cm £300 - £500 3124 A Chinese camphor chest carved in low relief £60 - £100 3125 A Victorian Aesthetic ebonised stool, the seat decorated with scrolled bone inlay, standing on turned legs £40 - £60 3126 A George iii oak tripod table, the circular top raised on a turned column, standing on cabriole legs £50 - £80 3127 A set of 4 carved Chinese design occasional tables, 1 larger and 3 matching smaller tables. (4) £40 - £60 3128 A mahogany Edwardian suite consisting of a sofa and 2 chairs. Upholstered in green and pale floral design on pink satin.(3) £100 - £150 3129 A George iii mahogany bow fronted chest of drawers, circa 1800, fitted with four long graduated drawers, raised on bracket feet, 83cm high, 84cm wide, 50cm deep £200 - £300 3130 An Edwardian mahogany two-tier occasional table, with a cross-banded edge, raised on square legs £40 - £60

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 3131 Pair of rush seat chairs (2) £30 - £50 3132 A George III mahogany pot cupboard, circa 1790, gallery handled top, faux leather bound book door fascia, block legs, width 50cm £100 - £150 3133 A wash stand, side table and small chest of drawers (3) £30 - £50 3134 A large mid Victorian mahogany cheval mirror £150 - £250 3135 A George III oak floor standing corner cupboard £50 - £80 3136 An Edwardian mahogany envelope card table, the top swivelling round to reveal well and opening out to reveal a central leather inset surface and four counter wells, the whole inlaid with satinwood, raised on square legs and united with a cross-stretcher tier, 75cm high £100 - £200 3137 An 18th Century oak chest, having a panelled lid, the front with a carved frieze and panelled front, with panelled sides, raised on stile feet, 70cm high, 81cm wide, 51cm deep £100 - £200 3138 A childs wheel back raised chair along with 2 small chairs for children or dolls etc. (3) £40 - £60 3139 A full length mirror with carved wooden frame along with a further wall hanging mirror (2) £50 - £80 3140 A George III mahogany linen press, the upper section with two doors opening to reveal sliding shelves, the base comprising two short over two long graduated drawers, all retaining original handles and locks, raised on splayed bracket feet, 215cm high, 132cm wide, 62cm deep £200 - £300 3141 George III mahogany butler’s tray on folding stand £150 - £200

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3142 A George III mahogany twin pedestal desk, gilt tooled inset leather writing surface, two slides over two short drawers to the frieze, three drawers to each pedestal with brass drop handles, plinth, width 125cm, depth 71cm Provenance: The personal desk of Sir Colin Corness at Alstonefield, Derbyshire £1500 - £2000 3143 A George III mahogany demilune shaped card table, standing on turned tapered legs £60 - £100 3144 A George III chest on earlier stand £200 - £300 3145 A raised child’s seat with floral inlay, along with 2 others (3) £40 - £60 3146 An Edwardian mahogany bureau, the fall front enclosing a fitted interior, inlaid paterae design to fall front, three drawers below, raised on bracket feet £40 - £60 3147 An early 20th Century upholstered settee, standing on square tapered legs with castors £60 - £100 3148 An Ercol light elm and ash dropleaf dining table, circular form on tapered legs, 113cm diameter, 72cm high £60 - £100 3149 A set of four Lancashire style rush seated ladder back chairs (4) £60 - £100 3150 Quantity of rush seat chairs in ladder back designs.(9) £100 - £150 3151 A rush seated rocking chair plus a rush seated chair (2) £30 - £50 3152 Two George III sets of three side chairs, with serpentine crest rails, circa 1775, pierced back splats, drop in seats, square legs, joined by H stretchers, each approximately 96cm high, (6) £300 - £400

3153 A 17th Century oak joined chest, with a three panelled top, three panelled front, panelled sides, the lid retaining wire hinges, raised on stile feet £150 - £250 3154 A chest with three carved panels £150 - £250 3155 A George III oak side table, fitted with a single drawer, raised on square legs, 76cm high, wide, 41cm deep £100 - £200 3156 A Charles II joined oak centre table, circa 1680, the over-hanging plank top raised on simple turned legs, joined by square stretchers, 70cm high, 72cm wide, 58cm deep £200 - £300 3157 A late 17th Century oak joined gateleg table, of large proportions, the plank top raised on a central bed with moulded rails, raised on barrel and ring turned legs, united by square stretchers, the central bed having a single drawer £3000 - £4000 3158 A pair of late 19th century carved and upholstered side chairs (2) £60 - £100 3159 A pair of Chinese hardwood armchairs, 17th century or later, probably padouk, solid plank seats with shaped backrail and plank splat, the corners and leg apron carved, united by dowel stretchers (2) £60 - £100 3160 A George I walnut and beech framed side chair frame, possibly Dutch, the back with a shell carved crest rail, foliage carved uprights, vase shaped back splat, exposed seat frame and standing on cabriole legs, 108cm high £300 - £400 3161 A Queen Anne period oak side chair, circa 1710, with a vase shaped back splat, raised on turned legs £60 - £100 3162 A William and Mary period oak side table, fitted with a single drawer, the front and sides with a shaped apron, standing on turned legs with pad feet £250 - £350

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 3163 A 17th Century oak joined gateleg table, fitted with two leaves, raised on turned legs £100 - £200 3164 A George III mahogany tea table, of demilune form, raised on square tapering legs £60 - £100 3165 A George III oak chest on chest, circa 1770, the upper section with four short drawers and three long drawers, the base section with two further drawers £100 - £200 3166 Chinese hardwood occasional table with scrolling legs £30 - £50 3167 A George III oak tilt top tripod table, the plank top raised on a bird-cage mechanism, raised on a baluster turned column, standing on a tripod base £50 - £80 3168 A George III mahogany chest of drawers, circa 1770, fitted with two short over three long graduated drawers, mostly retaining the original handles, raised on bracket feet, 82cm high, 90cm wide, 50cm deep £200 - £300 3169 A Mid Victorian set of four dining chairs, of balloon back form, over-stuffed seats and raised on turned legs, each 90cm high, (4) £60 - £100

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3170 An Edwardian nursing chair, cream back rest, upholstered seat, raised on turned legs £30 - £50 3171 A late Victorian Carolean revival style oak open armchair, the carved crest rail depicting a Crown supported by cherubs, cane work back panel and seat, standing on turned legs £40 - £60 3172 A Victorian gilt framed gesso edged overmantle mirror £100 - £150 3173 A George III mahogany pedestal teapoy, circa 1815, the upper section of octagonal form, the lid opening to reveal a fitted interior with tea caddy’s, glass wells, raised on a turned column standing on sabre legs with ormolu mounts £200 - £300 3174 Ecclesiastical walking stick stand £30 - £50 3175 A Victorian carved mahogany hall stand, in the Rococo Revival style, the back with four arms, marble surface, serpentine front with a single drawer, a stick stand to either side £1000 - £1500

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 3176 A Chinese Chippendale design black lacquered display cabinet decorated with chinoiserie in gilt, with carved and pierced trellis cresting, enclosed by three glazed doors, on square legs £1000 - £1500 3177 An early 18th Century walnut tallboy crossbanded in herringbone, the upper section with moulded carvetto cornice above three short and three long drawers, the lower also with three long drawers, on bracket feet £4000 - £6000

3182 A pair of Louis XVi design carved beech bergeres, each with padded back and closed arms, beaded and stiff leaf borders, on fluted tapering legs £700 - £1000

3178 A Victorian walnut Canterbury with three divisions between pierced and fretted sides with turned and reeded supports, a drawer below, on turned feet £400 - £600

3183 An early 18th Century irish design walnut side table, with yew-wood oyster veneer crossbanding, the frieze carved with foliate ornament, on acanthus carved cabriole legs £600 - £800 3184 A Victorian large oval walnut centre table, the tilt-top on turned column, three carved legs £500 - £700

3179 A late 19th Century walnut card table, crossbanded in yew-wood, the fold-over top with undulating border, on cabriole legs £600 - £800 3180 A Regency mahogany occasional table, crossbanded and inlaid with stringing, the rectangular top with a drawer to each end, a shorter drawer to each side, on turned column and three curving legs £700 - £1000 3181 A Regency rosewood tea table, in laid with stylised foliage and stringing in brass, the fold-over top on ‘U’ shaped support, platform and four curving legs £800 - £1200

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3185 A Regency mahogany sofa table, crossbanded in rosewood and inlaid with ebonised stringing, the rectangular top with hinged sides, two frieze drawers, shaped column, platform and four curving legs £500 - £700 99


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3189 3186 A Regency mahogany drum table, the circular top inset with tooled leather, the frieze with alternating drawers and hinged wedge-shaped compartments, on turned column and four curving legs £3000 - £5000 3187 A Louis Philippe plum pudding mahogany partners’ pedestal desk, mounted in brass, the rectangular inset tooled leather top with shaped mouldings, the frieze and six pedestal drawers to each side, with brass tied drape, ‘x’ ornament and foliate escutchenos, of slight arc en arballette shape, a slide to each side £6000 - £8000 3188 A Regency mahogany elbow chair, the back with carved roundel to the centre rail, floral needlework seat, on sabre legs £150 - £200 3189 A George iV terrestrial globe by Bardin, inscribed ‘& Sir Joseph Banks& The New Terrestial British Globe& 1825& ‘, the stand with printed constellations, on turned columns and three curving legs incorporating a compass and a similar celestial globe, by Malby, published by Edward Stanford, Charing Cross, on very similar stand (both damaged) (2) £5000 - £7000 100

3190 A Victorian rosewood bowfront what-not, four graduated tiers, on spiral twist supports £200 - £400 3191 A Victorian walnut dining table, the rectangular extending top with moulded edge, on reeded tapering legs £2000 - £2500 3192 A Victorian mahogany sideboard, with superstructure, three frieze drawers, pedestal cupboards below £600 - £800 3193 A Victorian walnut washstand, marble top £100 - £150 3194 A Victorian mahogany cheval mirror on ‘S’ scroll and dual supports united by a platform £200 - £300 3195 A Caucasian Kelley, the indigo and brown field filled with angular flowers, leaves and stems within triangle and latch-hooked main border £1000 - £1500 3196 An opaque white glass table lamp. Brass bass and rings £70 - £100

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 3197 Giltwood table lamp plus a brass column table lamp on claw feet base. (2) £70 - £100 3198 A gilt metal standard lamp complete with a cream shade £50 - £100 3199 Giltwood marble-top table £40 - £60 3200 Kneehole dressing table with a centre drawer with 4 drawers either side £40 - £60 3201 A demi lune side table £50 - £100 3202 A mahogany torchere, with carved spiral column. H140cm approx £50 - £70 3203 Library armchair £400 - £600 3204 Pair of gateleg tables £250 - £350 3205 Pair of table lamps £40 - £60 3206 Pair of table lamps £20 - £30 3207 A late 19th Century French love seat, the seats placed back to back, the crest rail of S shaped form, turned gallery back, over stuffed seats, raised on turned legs, 65cm high, 126cm wide, 60cm deep £300 - £500 3208 A Victorian oak hall stand, having a mirrored back £60 - £80 3209 A Waring and Gillow mahogany leather inset twin pedestal writing desk, the top with a long central drawer and two short drawers, raised on twin pedestals each with three short drawers, standing on bracket feet, 78cm high, 153cm wide, 84cm deep £200 - £300

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3210 An Edwardian juvenile fairground carousel, circa 1903/04, believed to have been made by Lakins of Streatham, comprising canvas top over six large horses, twelve small horses, and three chariots, manually operated and the horses and chariots do not rise, approximate diameter 20 feet, later restorations and maintenance including new rods and refurbished horses and chariots £3000 - £5000 3211 A Louis XV design gilt wood fauteuil, 19th Century, needlework back with a Wattteau type secen, arms and serpentine seat, French cabriole legs Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £300 - £500 3212 A pair of Victorian walnut gentleman’s and lady’s chairs, oval backs, carved frames, French cabriole legs (2) £40 - £60 3213 A George iii joined oak dresser and rack, the rack with three plate shelves and hooks, the base section with three drawers and two doors, with a central open section £300 - £500 3214 A 19th Century scroll arm settee, crimson velvet upholstery, on castors, width 212cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £150 - £200 3215 A late Victorian upholstered armchair £30 - £40 3216 An 18th Century Welsh dresser with plate rack £600 - £800

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 3217 A late 17th Century joined oak centre table, circa 1695 standing on turned legs, united by square stretchers £100 - £150 3218 A Louis XV design gilt wood wing back armchair, 19th Century, damask upholstery, French cabriole legs Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £300 - £500 3219 A 17th Century European travelling chest, circa 1660, possibly Germanic, domed topped, the lid enclosing a candle box and storage space, the metal strap hinged depicting a cavalryman and soldier with a musket painted, the outer iron bound strapwork depicting scenes of the hun and angelic masks, fitted with carrying handles, height 60cm, width 110cm, depth 57cm £300 - £500 3220 A George iii mahogany pianoforte by John Broadwood, on tapered reeded legs terminating in brass capping and castors, width 168cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £250 - £350 3221 A late 19th Century French wing back armchair, scrollwork carved wooden frame, damask upholstery, French cabriole legs Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £250 - £350 3222 A George iii country oak mule chest, circa 1770, triple fielded panel frieze over two drawers, height 90cm,width 140cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £200 - £300

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3225 A set of fourteen George iii mahogany dining chairs, circa 1770, upholstered seats with serpentine top rails and seat fronts, pink damask upholstery (14) Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £5000 - £8000 3226 A George iii mahogany bedside commode, circa 1770, tray top, tambour door below over a retractable base, height 75cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £150 - £200 3227 A George iii flame mahogany chest on chest, circa 1770, dentil cornice, two short over three long drawers flanked by chamfered and fluted pilasters to the upper section, the lower section with a brushing slide over three long drawers, pressed brass handles, bracket feet, height 197cm, width 110cm, depth 60cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £500 - £700 3228 A Regency mahogany triple pedestal dining table, circa 1820, four additional leaves, ring turned columns, sabre legs terminating in brass claw cappings and castors, width 121cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £4000 - £6000 3229 A George iii mahogany D-end gateleg dining table, circa 1800, tapered block legs, width 127cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £300 - £500 3230 A 19th Century mahogany framed blanket chest, recent yellow damask upholstery, width 94cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £80 - £120

3223 A late 19th Century Chinese hand carved high backed tub chair, elaborately carved throughout with foliage, the arm terminals carved in the form of temple dog masks, drop in seat, having scroll carved legs with a carved and pierced apron, 93cm high, 80cm wide and 70cm deep approx £400 - £600

3231 A George iii country oak lowboy, circa 1760, crossbanded with triple frieze drawers, shaped apron, block legs, width 80cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £100 - £120

3224 A late 17th Century oak standing dresser, possibly Flemish, twin doors with geometric mouldings, height 86cm, width 170cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £400 - £600

3232 A Regency mahogany tester bed, circa 1820, plain moulded cornice to the canopy, tapered and fluted columns, width 170cm Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £800 - £1200

3233 A George iii mahogany and strung fold-over D-end tea table, circa 1800, gateleg action, tapered block legs, diameter 90cm (glass top) Provenance: The Hall, Mappleton £80 - £120 3234 A late Victorian Collinson and Locke walnut breakfront library bookcase, circa 1895, made in London, the upper section fitted with four glazed doors with glazing bars, enclosing adjustable wooden shelves, the base section having four four-panel doors, each door with panels carved with stylised floral symmetrical motifs, the whole raised on bun feet, 263cm long, 206cm wide, 47cm deep £1800 - £2500 3235 A Victorian mahogany extending dining table, raised on turned legs, complete with extra leaf, 72cm high, 127cm wide £100 - £150 3236 A Georgian style mahogany side cabinet, fitted with a brushing slide over a single drawer, with a single cupboard door below with a faux three drawer front, 80cm high, 70cm wide, 45cm deep £80 - £120 3237 A George iii oak clerks desk, the writing slope opening to reveal a fitted interior, drawer below with secret locking mechanism, 48cm high £120 - £180 3238 A George iii mahogany chest of drawers, fitted with secret drawers to top, with two over three drawers below, pillars to sides, 117cm high, 124cm wide, 57cm deep £150 - £250 3239 A Haddon Rockers Wallingford ‘36165’ fibreglass and pine rocking horse £100 - £150

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4000 W..Linsley (British, late 19th Century), on the Thames, tall mat ships and rowing boat in the foreground, signed l.l., oil on re-lined canvas, 28 by 24cm, gilt frame £100 - £150

4003 H..S..Stevenson (British, early 20th Century), The Mussel Gatherers, signed and dated 1902 l.r., oil on panel, 9 by 14cm, gilt frame set into a glazed surround £80 - £120

4006 British School, late 18th Century, portrait of a young lady, bust length holding an apple, watercolour and pastel, oval, 65 by 54cm, unframed £150 - £200 4007 British School, 19th Century, a naive landscape with a church, a tower and cottage, (for clock components missing), oil on metal panel, 29 by 41cm, gilt frame £80 - £120

4001 Francisque Desportes (French, 1849-1891), portrait of a young lady in a blue dress, signed and dated 1876 l.l., oil on re-lined canvas, 23 by 18cm, gilt frame £300 - £500

4004 Elizabeth King (British, Exh,1892-1939), still life of snowdrops and violets in a brown jug, signed u.l., oil on canvas, 29 by 24cm, gilt frame £250 - £300 4008 William McTaggart R.S.A., R.S.W. (Scottish, 1835-1910), ‘Mother and Daughters’, signed l.r., pencil, 14 by 10cm, gilt frame £300 - £400 4009 An Old Master sketch depicting Orpheus and Maidens, pen and brown ink, 11 by 17cm, gilt frame £100 - £120 4010 An Old Master sketch depicting a Greek warrior and Maidens, pen and ink heightened with white, 15 by 27cm, frame £150 - £200

4002 Horace Mann Livens (British, 1862-1936), a landscape with sheep grazing beside a lane, signed l.r., oil on re-lined canvas, 58 by 46cm, gilt frame £300 - £500

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4005 British School, 18th Century, portrait of a young lady, bust length wearing a blue dress and holding music, pastels, 46 by 35cm, gilt frame £200 - £300

4011 Attributed to Charles Rowbotham (British, 1858-1921), an Italian lake scene with figures in the foreground, watercolour, 25 by 38cm, gilt frame Provenance: Professor Jaggard Collection £200 - £250

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4012 British School, 19th Century, a Spanish hillside scene with figures; and another with a figure beside a river, a pair, watercolour, 16 by 22cm, gilt frames (2) £200 - £250 4013 Robert Winchester Fraser (British, 1848-1906), a Norfolk fens landscape with a windmill beyond, signed l.l., watercolour, 25 by 17cm, gilt frame £50 - £80

4016 L..W..Lucas (British, 20th Century), ‘Vigilent’ - study of a retriever, signed and dated 1927 l.l., and inscribed with title, oil on canvas board, 28 by 34cm, framed £100 - £150 4017 Henry Frederick Lucas Lucas (British, 1848-1943), ‘Aaron’ - a Bay Hunter in a stable, signed and dated 1909 l.r., and inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 28 by 37cm, framed £250 - £350 4018 Henry Frederick Lucas Lucas (British, 1848-1943), The Hunstman, signed and inscribed l.l., oil on canvas laid down on panel, 22 by 30cm, in a gilt frame £250 - £350 4019 E...Corbett (British, 19th Century), a Chestnut Hunter in a clearing; and a Chestnut Hunter and a terrier, a pair, both signed and dated 1870, oil on canvas, 41 by 51cm, gilt frames (2) £500 - £700

4014 Nathalie Picoulet (French, 20th Century), Le Petit Turban Rouge, signed l.l., pastels, 25 by 25cm, framed £600 - £700 4015 George Goodwin Kilburne (British, 1839-1924), ‘Tales of the Sea’, signed l.r., watercolour, 19 by 28cm, in a gilt frame. Literature: illustrated pg 430, ‘The Dictionary of British Watercolour Artists’, vol 2 £1000 - £1200

4020 Henry Frederick Lucas Lucas (British, 1848-1943), ‘The Brat’ - a working horse in a stable, signed l.r. and inscribed, oil on board, 23 by 31cm, framed £250 - £350 4021 C. F. (British, late 19th Century), study of a fox, signed with monogram l.l., oil on panel, 25 by 34cm, gilt frame £100 - £150

4023 Henry Frederick Lucas Lucas (British, 1848-1943), ‘Heronry’ - a racehorse with jockey up, signed and dated 1904 l.r., and inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 36 by 46cm, framed £300 - £500

4024 R..Plum (British, fl.1874-1886), ‘Jumbo’ - head of a terrier, signed and dated 1884 on collar, oil on canvas, 20.5 by 25.5cm, gilt frame £200 - £300 4025 Henry Frederick Lucas Lucas (British, 1848-1943), ‘Thistle’ - a chestnut Hunter in a stable, signed and dated ‘97 l.l., and inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 36 by 46cm, framed £300 - £500

4022 After Lionel Edwards, ‘Hunters at Grass’, colour print, 38 by 54cm, gilt frame £60 - £100

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4026 Henry Frederick Lucas Lucas (British, 1848-1943), ‘Lionheart’ - a Bay Hunter in a stable, signed and dated ‘97 l.r., and inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 36 by 46cm, framed £400 - £600 4027 Henry Frederick Lucas Lucas (British, 1848-1943), ‘Oatmeal’ - a grey Hunter in a stable, signed and dated 1904 l.r., and inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 26 by 37cm, framed £250 - £350 4028 Style of J. Langlois, a terrier by a rabbit hole and a spaniel retrieving a bird, a pair, oil on panel, 30 by 46cm, gilt frames (2) £150 - £250

4033 4033 Robert Gallon (British, 18451925), a mountainous landscape with houses by a weir, oil on canvas, 92 by 152cm, in a gilt frame £1000 - £1500

4029 Henry Frederick Lucas Lucas (British, 1848-1943), ‘Stella’ - a Bay Hunter in a stable, signed, inscribed and dated 1882 l.r., oil on board, 24.5 by 36cm, framed £250 - £350 4030 Henry Frederick Lucas Lucas (British, 1848-1943), ‘Dingley’ - a huntsman on a chestnut hunter in a clearing, signed l.r. and insctibed, oil on canvas, 53 by 71cm, framed £300 - £500 4031 Guerrino Guardabassi (italian, 1841-1893), boy playing a pipe, signed and inscribed Roma l.l., watercolour, 48 by 36cm, in a gilt frame £200 - £300 4032 Guerrino Guardabassi (italian, 1841-1893), portrait of an Italian country girl, standing full length beside a wall, signed and inscribed ‘Roma’ l.l., watercolour, 45 by 28cm, gilt frame £200 - £300

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4039 John Rathbone Harvey (British, 1862-1933), a wooded river landscape with cattle on the bank, singed l.l., oil on board, 21.5 by 29cm, gilt frame £150 - £200

4034 Circle of Henry Howard (British, 1769-1847), Titiana from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, oil on canvas, 142 by 110cm, gilt frame £1000 - £1500 4035 Edwin Roberts (British, 18401917), A Summer Beauty, signed l.l., oil on canvas, 61 by 51cm, £800 - £1200 4036 Frederick Whitehead (British, 1853-1938), ‘Cubbington Church’, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 25.5 by 20.5cm, gilt frame £100 - £150 4037 William A. Breakspeare (British, 1856-1914), a Cavalier, signed l.l., oil on panel, 27 by 18cm, gilt frame £200 - £300 4038 Fredrick Whitehead (British, 1853-1938), ‘Hazeland’ - a cottage with trees in blossom and sheep grazing, signed and dated 13 May, 98 l.l., also signed l.r., oil on panel, 18 by 28cm, gilt frame £120 - £180

4040 Reginald Grenville Eves R.A., (British,1876-1941), ‘No.47, Ibstone Common, Bucks’, signed l.r., inscribed on Charles West label verso, oil on board, 22 by 33cm, framed £150 - £200 4041 Herbert Rollett (British, 18721932), a landscape with fields in the foreground, signed l.r., oil on board, 24 by 30cm, framed £100 - £150 4042 Oliver Hall (British, 1869-1957), ‘Much Wenlock’, signed l.r., oil on canvas laid down on panel, 29 by 35cm, gilt frame £150 - £200

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4043 George Turner of Derby (British, 1843-1910). ‘Harvesting in South Derbyshire’, titled and dated 1886 verso, signed and dated 1886 l.r., oil on canvas (re-lined - scan of the title available), 60 by 90cm, gilt frame £4000 - £6000 4044 George Clare (British, 18301900), still life of a birds nest and primulas on a mossy bank; and a still life of grapes, apples and raspberries on a mossy bank, a pair, both signed l.r., oil on canvas, 16 by 23cm, gilt frames (2) £900 - £1200 4045 Oliver Clare (British, 1853-1927), still life of fruit, grapes, plums and raspberries on a mossy bank; still life of grapes, gooseberries and a peach on a mossy bank, a pair, both signed, oil on canvas, 31 by 23cm, gilt frames (2) £500 - £700 4046 Style of William Redmoore, The Soldiers Farewell, oil on canvas, 52 by 63.5cm, gilt frame £300 - £400 4047 English School, 19th Century, The Soldier’s Farewell, oil on canvas, 50 by 61cm, gilt frame £300 - £500 4048 British School, early 20th Century, a pastoral landscape with river, cattle and figure in the foregroumd, indistinctly signed l.r., oil on board, 31 by 64cm, framed £30 - £40

4043 4052 Daniel Sherrin (British, 18681940), a river landscape with a thatched cottage, signed l.r., watercolour, 29 by 65cm, framed £100 - £150 4053 L.. Richards (British, late 19th Century), a rural landscape with a thatched cottage, signed l.l., oil on canvas, 60 by 39cm, framed £200 - £250 4054 Augustus Samuel Boult (British, fl.1815-1853), ‘Midday Rest’, signed l.c., oil on canvas, 51 by 40cm, framed £300 - £400

4055 P..W..Reynolds (British, late 19th Century), mounted Hussars, a pair, one signed and dated ‘92, the other signed with initials and dated ‘91, watercolour and bodycolour, 25.5 by 35cm, framed (2) £100 - £150 4056 Peter Augustave Rasmussin (British, 1927), ‘Boy and Donkey’, signed l.r., pastels, 36 by 25cm, framed £50 - £80 4057 Pieter Cornelis Steenhouwer (Dutch, 1896-1972), a Dutch street scene in winter, signed l.r., oil on panel, 23 by 29cm, in a gilt frame £100 - £150

4049 Paul Marny (British, 1829-1914), a coastal landscape, Northern France, with figures by a beached vessel in the foreground, signed l.r., watercolour and bodycolour, 21 by 34cm, framed £200 - £300 4050 No lot 4051 Alfred Thomas Derby (British, 1821-1873), portrait of the Astronomer Sir John Herschel (British, 1792-1871), President of the Astronomical Society, seated by a window, his wide beside him writing with a quill pen, signed l.l., indistinctly inscribed on old label verso, oil on panel, 58 by 40cm, gilt frame £1400 - £1600

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4061 Edwin Hayes R.H.A. (irish, 1820-1904), fishing boats in a swell off a jetty, signed signed and dated ‘71 l.l., watercolour and bodycolour, 29.5 by 49.5cm, framed £600 - £800

4058 Attributed to Jan Jacob Spohler (Dutch, 1811-1866), skaters in a winter landscape; a windmill scene at sunset, a pair, oil on panel, 28 by 38cm, gilt frames (2) £200 - £300

4062 Sir Sidney Nolan R.A. (Australian, 1917-1992), a plant study, signed twice and dated (19)55 l.r., oil on board, indistinctly inscribed verso, 76 by 63cm, framed Provenance: a British academic institution Note: Artist Resale Rights apply £2000 - £3000 4063 George Hayes (British, 1823-1895), High Street, Conwy, a pair, signed and dated 1887, watercolour and bodycolour, framed (2) Note: proceeds to Sue Ryder Charity £100 - £150 4059 John Varley (British, 1778-1842),‘A Castle’, watercolour, 9 by 13cm, framed Provenance: purchased from Augustus Walker by the artist William Russell Flint, 1944, inscribed verso £80 - £120 4060 Sidney Pike (British, 1846-1907), a winter landscape with a shepherd and his dog driving his flock, signed l.l., oil on canvas, 51 by 76cm, gilt frame £800 - £1000

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4064 Rene Charles Edmond His (French, 1877-1960), a tranquil river scene signed l.r., oil on canvas, 50 by 65cm, framed Note: Artist Resale Rights apply £4200 - £4800 4065 After Sir Peter Paul Rubens, portrait of the artist, oil on canvas, 36 by 27cm, and another, after Guido Reni, Beatrice Cenci, oil on canvas, 36 by 28cm, in carved giltwood Florentine frames (2) £400 - £600

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4066 Neopolitan School, late 19th Century, coastal landscape, Bay of Naples (three) and another a lake scene by moonlight, four, oval, 9 by 12cm and smaller, in two framed (2) £150 - £250

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4067 Colin Graeme Roe (British, 18571910), a setter in a moorland landscape, signed l.l., oil on canvas, 51 by 69cm, gilt frame £300 - £500

4068 James Lawrence isherwood (British, 1917-1989), ‘Shawl Woman’ and a portrait of a man, a pair, both signed l.r., oil on board, 35 by 24cm, gilt frames (2) Note: Artist Resale Rights apply £150 - £200

4073 After Guido Reni, Beatrice Cenci, oil on canvas, 63 by 50cm, gilt frame £150 - £200

4069 Hugh B. Scott (British, 1893), ‘The Road to the Sandpit’, signed l.r., also signed and inscribed with title verso, oil on canvas, 25.5 by 41cm, gilt frame £150 - £200

4075 Dutch School, 19th Century, a portrait of a bearded man wearing a hat, oil on board, 11 by 9.5cm, framed £50 - £80

4070 Frederick E. Valter (British, 18501930), a Highland drove in a snow drift, signed l.r., and inscribed verso, oil on board, 26 by 39cm,gilt frame £100 - £150 4071 R. Simkin ‘1st Life Guards’ and ‘The Northumberland Fusiliers’ watercolours, both signed l.r, late 19th century, 21cm x 24.5cm, framed and glazed (2) £600 - £800

4074 Norwich School, 19th Century, oil on board £150 - £250

4076 C..R..Hudson (British, late 19th Century), a coastal scene with children and fishing boats by a tower in the foreground, signed l.l., watercolour, 15 by 21cm, framed £60 - £100 4077 Ursula Wood (British, 1868c.1925), a drawing room interior, signed and dated 1897 l.l., oil on canvas 30 by 40cm; and a hall interior looking onto a garden, oil on canvas, 46 by 30cm, in a gilt frames (2) £150 - £250

4072 Pair of miniature potraits on ivory, John Jackson and his wife Miss Mary Stanway, 6cm x 7cm, framed and glazed, unsigned. circa 1800 (2) £300 - £400 4068

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4082 Diana Armfield R.A. (British, 1920), ‘Grand Canal from the Accademia’, initialled l.l., inscribed with title verso, oil on board, 25 by 25cm, gilt frame Provenance: with Browse & Darby, London and Roland Browse Note: Artist Resale Rights apply £400 - £600 4083 Adolphus Knell (British, fl.18601890), shipping in stormy seas, signed l.r., oil on board. 28 by 38cm, framed £180 - £220

4078 Paul Constant Soyer (French, 1823-1903), Freshly Picked, signed and dated ‘71 l.r., oil on panel, 21 by 17cm, gilt frame £200 - £300 4079 Edwin Harris (Newlyn School) (British, 1855-1906), portraits of Edith Smith and her husband, Benjamin Smith, both head and shoulders, a pair, signed u.r., oil on canvas, 30.5 by 25.5cm, gilt frames (2) Note: the subjects were caretakers at The Norwich Union Building, Birmingham £400 - £600 4080 After Guido Reni, Beatrice Cenci, oil on canvas, framed £200 - £300 4081 Peter Greenham R.A. (British, 1909-1992), ‘The Dordogne and the Veziers’, oil on board, 15 by 25.5cm, framed Provenance: with New Grafton Gallery, London Note: Artist Resale Rights apply £400 - £600

4084 Willoughby (?), a lady mounted side saddle on a hunter, indistinctly signed and dated 1886 l.r., oil on canvas, 25.5 by 36cm, gilt frame £150 - £200 4085 William Wasdell Trickett (British, fl.1921-1939), ‘Tusky’ - a Chestnut Hunter by a wall, signed and inscribed lr.r.,oil on canvas, 36 by 46c, gilt frame £80 - £120 4086 Joseph William Carey (irish, 1859-1937), a coastal scene, signed l.r, watercolour, 35 by 63cm, framed £80 - £120 4087 William Henry Mander (British, 1850-1922), A View in North Wales, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 30.5 by 46cm, gilt frame £300 - £500 4088 Ernest Thomson (British, 19th / 20th Century), figures and poultry in a sunlit road between houses and a stream, signed and date 1904 l.l., watercolour, 27 by 44cm, framed £100 - £150 4089 Alexander Molyneux Stannard (British, 1875 -1975), a thatched cottage with flowers and chickens, signed l.l., watercolour, 26 by 36cm, framed £200 - £400 4090 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, regimental portrait, signed l.r., watercolour, framed & glazed, 33.5cm by 24.5cm £300 - £400

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4091 Ramsay Richard Reinagle, R.A. (British, 1775-1862), portrait of a lday, half length, in a black fur lined dress and coral necklace, signed and dated 1837 u.l., oil on canvas, 76 by 64cm, gilt frame £500 - £800 4092 C..E..Johnson (British, late 19th Century), The Hay Barge, signed and dated 1870 l.r., oil on canvas, 44 by 74cm, gilt frame £200 - £300 4093 George Turner of Derby (British, 1843-1910), a landscape with harvesters, signed and dated ‘87 l.r., oil on canvas, 76 by 127cm, in a gilt frame £15000 - £25000 4094 Robert Wright Stewart (British, 1875-1980), ‘St Serf’s Tower Dysart’, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 21 by 43cm, gilt frame £80 - £120 4095 Follower of Alexander Nasmyth, a river landscape, oil on panel, 32 by 43cm, gilt frame £200 - £300 4096 Emile Auguste Carolus-Duran (French, 1837-1917), a self portrait, oil on canvas, gilt frame £2000 - £3000 4097 Continental School, 19th Century, still life of flowers, oil on canvas, 74 by 66cm, gilt frame £500 - £700 4098 Attributed to Georgina Lara, a farmyard with horse, cattle, pigs and chickens, oil on canvas, 20.5 by 40.5cm, gilt frame £700 - £1000

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4093 4099 Rene Avigdor (French, 18671921), portrait of a lady, bust length in a black hat, signed, u.l., oil on canvas, 65 by 53cm, framed £700 - £1,000

4104 James Colman (British, 20th Century), portrait of three children, one with a hoop, signed l.l., oil on canvas, 76 by 61cm, gilt frame £200 - £400

4100 James D. Preston (British, 20th Century), a summer landscape with cornfield overlooking a road passing houses and trees, signed l.l., oil on canvas, 48 by 75cm, framed £50 - £80

4105 Walter White (British, fl.18631886), Near Thorpe, Derbyshire, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 15 by 23cm, gilt frame £150 - £200

4101 Eugene Auguste Francois Deully (French, 1860-1933), flowers on a veranda with a lake beyond, signed l.r., oil on board, 25 by 32cm, framed £200 - £300 4102 Robin Gibbard (British, 19302014), abandoned boots signed l.l., watercolour, 36 by 50cm, framed £50 - £80 4103 Robin Smith (British, 20th Century), ‘The Crossing’, signed and dated ‘85 l.r., watercolour, 25 by 36cm, framed £20 - £30

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4106 Rogelio Egusquiza (Spanish, 1845-1913), still life of hollyhocks, signed and dated 1886 l.r., oil on board, 70 by 35cm, gilt frame £200 - £300 4107 British School, late 19th Century, still life of white lilies, oil on canvas, 65 by 23cm, gilt frame £70 - £100

4109 British School, 19th Century, portrait of a man, wearing a dark tunic and holding a walking cane, oil on canvas, 70 by 57cm, gilt frame £200 - £300

4108 English School, circa 1850, portrait of a lady, three quarter length, in black holding a sprig of fuchsia, a river landscape beyond, oil on canvas, 92 by 71cm, in a gilt frame £400 - £600

4110 C.. Spencer, after Thomas Gainsborough, portrait of a gentleman, bust length in red coat, signed l.r., oil on canvas, 61 by 51cm,framed £100 - £150

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4111 Rex N. Preston (British, 20th Century), a landscape with a farm, signed l.r., watercolour, 37 by 55cm, framed £50 - £80

4122 North italian School, 17th Century, Mary Magdalene, oil on canvas, 45 by 33cm, gilt frame £200 - £300

4112 H..Palmer (British, 20th Century), portrait of a lady, half length in a black and white dress and feathered hast, signed l.r., 61 by 51cm, framed £150 - £200

4123 Circle of Jan van der Heyden (Dutch, 1637-1712), a church and farm buildings by a canal, oil on panel, 22.5 by 28cm, in a carved gilt wood frame £300 - £500

4113 After Annibale Carracci, studies of a boy, print, 29 by 26cm, framed £20 - £30

4124 English School, late 19th Century, portrait of a girl, bust length holding a peacock feather, oil on canvas, 30.5 by 26.5cm, gilt frame £80 - £120

4114 Attributed to John Raphael Smith R.A. (British, 17521812), portrait of a gentleman, half length seated in a blue coat and holding a letter, coloured chalks, 25 by 21cm, gilt frame £150 - £200

4125 English School, 1884, A Manor House, York, indistinctly inscribed and dated 1884 verso, oil on canvas, 23 by 33.5cm, gilt frame £80 - £120

4115 Manner of Perugino, Madonna and child flanked by Saints, patterned curtain and Tuscan/Umbrian landscape beyond, eagle and dragon heraldry lower left oil on arched wooden panel 54cm by 35cm integral carved gilt frame £2500 - £3000 4116 William Manners 1865-1904, mountainous country scene with figures in foreground, watercolour, 53cm by 45cm approx £50 - £100 4117 A Derby porcelain plaque painted with a tall mast ship in a bay, signed l.r., dated 1940 verso, 12cm by 11cm, framed £60 - £100 4118 Alfred De Breanski (British, 1852-1928), ‘At Hedsor Cookham’; ‘Hedsor Stream - Cookham’, a pair, both signed. also signed and inscribed with titles verso, oil on canvas, 17.5 by 25cm, gilt frames (2) £600 - £800 4119 italian School, late 18th Century, a lake landscape with figures in the foreground and a tower by a bridge beyond, oil on canvas, 33.5 by 41.5cm, gilt frame £150 - £250 4120 Attributed to Marco Ricci (italian, 1676-1729), a view in the Roman Campagna, with figures driving sheep in the foreground and others harvesting beyond, oil on canvas 54 by 68cm, in a carved gilt Maratta frame Note: a smaller version (12 3/4 by 17 1/2 inches) in tempera of the same subject and almost identical composition was sold at Sotheby’s, 23 March. 1960, Lot 1 (as by Marco Ricci) £2000 - £3000 4121 Thomas Burras of Leeds (British, 1790-1870), a panoramic landscape with a view of a mill town, by a river, probably Yorkshire, oil on (re-lined, 65 by 92cm, in an Arnold Wiggins gilt frame with date 1831 £500 - £800

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4126 Attributed to Jonathan Richardson (British, 16651745), portrait of lady, three-quarter length, in a red dress, in a landscape, oil on re-lined canvas 127 by 102cm, in a gilt frame £2000 - £3000 4127 Jan Gabrielsz. Sonje (Dutch, 1629-1707), an Italianate landscape with travellers resting in the foreground, a castle beyond, signed with monogram, oil on canvas, 62 by 75cm, gilt frame £1000 - £1500

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4128 Robert Kemm (British, 18371895), ’Spanish Courtship’, signed l.l., titled and dated 1878 on plaque below, oil on canvas, 90 by 70cm, in a gilt frame £1500 - £2000 4129 Frank Gresley (British, 18551936) A timbered cottage with two figures in the foreground Signed l.l., watercolour, Pratt label verso 18cm by 25cm, gilt frame £150 - £250 4130 Frank Gresley (British, 18551936) A cottage with three figures in the foreground Signed l.r., watercolour 18cm by 27cm, gilt frame £150 - £250 4131 Oliver Clare (British,1853-1927), still life study of apples, grapes and strawberries, signed lower right, oil on board, 14cm by 26cm, gilt frame. Provenance: Originally belonged to Miss Seymour, a jeweller in Birmingham who drank in the pub with Oliver Clare. He gave her this painting, it came to the family through the vendor’s mother, who used to care for Miss Seymour. Discovered on a valuation day in Lichfield Condition: Appears generally good overall £500 - £800 4132 English School, circa 1830, portrait, Phillippa Charlotte and German Pole, oil on canvas, 65cm by 45cm, in a gilt frame Provenance: Radbourne Hall, Derbyshire £100 - £200 4133 French School, circa 1770 Portrait of a young gentleman, half length, in a blue coat and white stock Oil on canvas, oval, 38cm by 30cm, in the original carved fruitwood gadroon frame £600 - £800

4134 Circle of Hugh Douglas Hamilton (irish, circa 1739- 1808), Portrait of a gentleman, bust length, in brown coat: Portrait of a lady, bust length, in a blue dress and black lace shawl. A pair, pastel, oval, 27cm by 21cm, in original gilt gadroon frames, (gold painted) (2) £600 - £800 4135 After George Turner, Windley Lane, February. Framed £150 - £250 4136 Michael D. Barnfather (Britsh, 1934), The Water Nymphs, signed lower left, titled verso, oil on canvas, 35cm by 45cm, gilt frame Note: Artist Resale Rights may apply £200 - £300 4137 British School, 18th Century, a portrait of Elisabeth Tauchn..., head and shoulders wearing a white fur lined dress, oil on canvas, 75 by 64cm oval, in a gilt wood and gesso frame with ribbon cresting £300 - £400 4138 in the manner of David Bates, Landscape with stream and cattle grazing, oil on board, signed lower right, gilt framed, attributed to frame, 32cm x 44cm £350 - £450 4139 British School, late 19th Century, a Derby street scene with a market, watercolour heightened, appears unsigned, 100 by 60cm, gilt frame £80 - £120 4140 A Clarke, Wilford Ferry, Oil on canvas. Dated 1850 £60 - £100 4141 After Leonardo Da Vinci, Madonna and Child, oil on canvas 110cm x 88cm. gilt frame £3000 - £5000

4142 George Clare (British, 18301900), still life of apples, grapes and raspberries on a mossy bank; still life of a birds nest on a mossy bank, a pair, both signed, oil on canvas, 15 by 21cm, gilt frames (2) £100 - £200 4143 A pair of watercolours depicting soldiers from the 7th and 23rd Battalion, The London Regiment, indistinctly signed, height 20cm x width 14cm, mounted and framed. (2) £60 - £100 4144 British School, mid 19th Century, a portrait of a lady, bust length wearing a pearl necklace and velvet dress with white sleeves, oil on canvas, 75 by 63cm, gilt frame £200 - £300 4145 British School, late 18th Century, portrait of a young man, bust length wearing a white stock and blue tunic, pastels, 37 by 29cm, gilt frame £100 - £150 4146 British School, late 19th Century, Tea Time, watercolour, 30 by 37cm, framed £60 - £100 4147 J..Lloyd Elsegood (British, late 19th Century), shipping off a coast; a lake scene with fishermen in the foreground, signed verso, oil on board, 27 by 44cm, gilt frames (2) £100 - £150 4148 Follower of Aert van der Neer, a river landscape at dusk with a fisherman in the foreground, oil on canvas laid down on panel, 25cm by 37cm, in an 18th Century carved giltwood frame £250 - £350 4149 Dutch School, early 18th Century A Proposition, oil on canvas, 41cm by 28cm, in a 19th Century gilt gesso frame £200 - £300 4150 Frank Bindley (British, fl.18721887), A Sad Discovery, signed and dated ‘87 l.r., oil on canvas, 41 by 51cm, gilt frame £200 - £300

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4207 Speed, John (1552-1629). 17thcentury map of Warwickshire, ‘The Counti of Warwick, The Shire Town and Citie of Coventre described’, handcoloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, featuring heraldic shields, bear & ragged staff, and inset views of Warwick and Coventry. Sudbury & Humble, Latin text to verso (early edition). Framed & glazed to recto and verso. 39cm by 52cm £200 - £300

4200 19th-century tinsel print, Mr Holloway as Richard III, published in London by Redington, in maple veneer frame. Toy Theatre / Juvenalia Interest £150 - £250 4201 Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677), pair of 17th-century etchings on laid/chain-lined paper depicting topographical views from the Thames in London (Lambeth House and Whitehall), mounted and framed, 15cm by 28.5cm (2) £50 - £80 4202 A WWi silver bullet dexterity puzzler, circa 1916, maker R. Farmer and Son, framed as a stylized map - the Allied advance on Berlin, instructions remnant verso £80 - £120

4204 Geographia, 6 inch terrestrial globe, early 20th Century £150 - £200 4205 19th-century tinsel print, Mr Gale in the Cataract of the Ganges, published in London by Hodgson, 1830, in maple veneer frame. Toy Theatre / Juvenalia Interest £150 - £250

4209 Philips’ Three-inch Terrestrial Globe, early-20th century globe printed in colours and mounted on ebonized stand, complete with original card box and manufacturer’s label, circa 1910-1920 £80 - £100

4203 George Bickham, scarce 18thcentury map/prospect of Warwickshire with figure in foreground, c.1754, handcoloured etching on laid/chain-lined paper, dedicated to Earl Brooke, framed, 25.5cm by 15cm (mount window) £80 - £120

4210 Saxton & Kip, 17th-century map of Warwickshire, hand-coloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, c.1637, mounted & framed, 29.5cm by 35.5cm £70 - £100 4206 Philips’ Three-inch Terrestrial Globe, early-20th century globe printed in colours and mounted on ebonized stand, complete with original card box and manufacturer’s label, circa 1910-1920 £80 - £100

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4208 19th-century tinsel print, Pantaloon, published in London by Redington, maple veneer frame. Toy Theatre / Juvenalia / Clown / Commedia Del Arte Interest £150 - £250

4211 19th-century tinsel print, Monsieur Martin as Sadhusan Encountering the Lion, framed & glazed. Toy Theatre / Juvenalia Interest £60 - £100

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4212 Collection of framed antique maps of Warwickshire, 17th to 19th century, comprising: Greenwood & Co., 1830, with inset etched topographical view of Warwick Castle, 58.5cm by 69cm; Richard Blome, c.1673, 32cm by 27cm; Herman Moll, c.1730, 31.5cm by 20cm; Emanuel Bowen for General Magazine Arts & Sciences, 1760, 19.5cm by 18cm; Robert Morden (miniature), c.1720, 21cm by 16.5cm; Thomas Moule, c.1840, 26cm by 20.5cm; Isaac Slater (re-issue of James Pigot), c.1850, 36.5cm by 23cm, and an anonymous 19th-century map of Warwickshire (8) £70 - £90 4213 Botanical interest: Collection of eight 18th-century hand-coloured etchings of auricula flowers, c.1740, after Johann Weinmann for Phytanthoza Iconographia (8) £150 - £200 4214 Collection of framed antique prospects/maps/ topographical views, 17th to 19th century, comprising: The Prospect of Birmingham, for Dugdale’s Antiquities of Warwickshire, c.1656; 10cm by 19cm; View of Birmingham in Warwickshire, Alexander Hogg for Walpoole’s British Traveller, c.1784, 13cm by 17cm; street plan of Birmingham by J. Dower, published by Orr & Smith, c.1840; The South West View of Exeter, Hogg, c.1784, 15.5cm by 25cm; Prospect of Bath & Prospect of Bristol, Hogg, c.1784, 33cm by 21cm; View of Worcester & View of Hereford, Hogg, c.1784, 32.5cm by 22.5cm; View of Beeston Castle & View of Nantwich Church, Hogg, c.1784, 34cm by 22.5cm (7) £50 - £70 4215 Botanical interest: Two 18th-century hand-coloured etchings of auricula flowers by Joseph Christoph Volckamer for Nurenberische Hesperides, c.1710, in birds-eye maple frames (2) £150 - £200 4216 Collection of framed antique maps, 17th to 19th century, comprising: Warwickshire, Van den Keere, c.1650, 9cm by 12cm; Northampton/Warwick/Leicester/Rutland, A. M. Perrot, c.1824, 12cm by 8cm; Warwickshire, J. Luffman, c.1805, 14.5cm by 8cm; Warwickshire, Thomas Jenner for English Traveller, c.1643, 10.5cm by 11cm; Warwickshire, Baddeslade & Toms, c.1742, 15cm by 15.5cm; Warwickshire, Butlers/Green, c.1804, 13.5cm by 9cm; Warwickshire (Road from Oxford to Coventry continued to Derby), Owen & Bowen, c.1720, 18cm by 12cm; Warwickshire, J. Archer for Dugdale’s England & Wales Delineated, c.1845; Warwickshire, Laurie & Whittle’s English Atlas, c.1807, 23.5cm by 18.5cm; Warwickshire, after Reuben Ramble for English Counties 19cm by 15cm (10) £50 - £70 4217 Collection of botanical plates, including several 18thCentury etchings on laid paper, all depicting auricula flowers, plus some later lithographs and other prints of auricula. 17 loose and two framed, plus a clipping from Gardening Illustrated £50 - £80

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4218 Collection of framed 18th-century maps, c.1765, handcoloured copper engravings on laid/chain-lined paper for Dugdale’s Antiquities of Warwickshire: A Mapp of Warwickshire, by Henry Beighton, 41.5cm by 38.5cm; Mapp of Warwick-shire, 32cm by 27cm; The Mapp of Knightlow Hudred, 32.5cm by 30cm; The Mapp of Kineton Hundred, 31cm by 29cm; The Mapp of Hemlingford Hundred, 30.5cm by 35.5cm; The Mapp of Barichway Hundred, 21cm by 26cm (6) £80 - £150 4219 Rowland Langmaid R.A. (British, 1897-1956), Tower Bridge, signed l.r, etching, framed and glazed, 22cm by 16cm £200 - £300 4220 Speed, John (1552-1629). 17th-century map of The Bishoprick and Citie of Durham, hand-coloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, featuring royal coat of arms and inset view of Durham. Bassett & Chiswell. Mounted & framed, 38cm by 50cm. Some pale spotting, unexamined out of frame £200 - £300 4221 John Gould (1804-1881), collection of three handcoloured lithographs depicting parrots and hummingbirds: ‘Cyclopsitta Diophthalma’ (Gould & Hart), ‘Campylopterus Lazulus’ (Gould & Richter), and ‘Lampornis Prevosti’ (Gould & Richter). Each sheet measuring 56cm by 39cm. Ornithology Interest (3) £100 - £150 4222 Jack Vettriano (Scottish, b.1951) The Letter, artist’s proof, XXIII/XXX, signed l.r., framed and glazed. 60cm by 74.5cm Note: Artist Resale Rights apply £2500 - £3000 4223 Speed, John (1552-1629). 17th-century map of Nottinghamshire, hand-coloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, featuring heraldic shields and inset view of Nottingham, published by Sudbury & Humble, English text to verso. Framed & glazed to recto and verso (both sides visible). 38.5cm by 51cm £100 - £200 4224 Blaeu, Joan (1596-1673). 17th-century map of Nottinghamshire, featuring coats-of-arms and figures, handcoloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, framed & glazed, 40cm by 51.5cm £80 - £120 4225 Speed, John (1552-1629). 17th-century map of Leicestershire, hand-coloured copper engraving on laid/chainlined paper, featuring heraldic shields and inset view of Leicester. Bassett & Chiswell. Mounted & framed. 39cm x 51cm. Some light creasing and pale spotting, unexamined out of frame. Attached to the verso of frame is the Leicestershire entry from England Displayed £100 - £150

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4226 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), An Irish Point-to-Point, hand-coloured lithographic print, signed and titled in watercolour, mounted, unframed, 49.5cm by 75cm £1000 - £1500 4227 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), Carpet Beaters v Bobbery Wallahs, coloured print, signed in watercolour l.r., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 50cm by 75cm £300 - £500 4228 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), Tally-Ho Back, colour print, signed in pencil l.l., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 36.5cm by 46.5cm £200 - £300 4229 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), 1915-16: That far, far-away Echo, hand-coloured print, scarce version with the fox, signed in pencil l.r., framed & glazed, 40cm by 50cm, some discolouration and light creasing to margin £300 - £400 4230 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), Great Banks There Was Below in the Fields, print heightened with watercolour, signed in pencil l.l., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 49.5cm by 74cm, discolouration to margins £400 - £600 4231 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), The Staff College Drag Hunt, colour print with printed remarques to margin, signed in pencil l.r., framed & glazed, 54.5cm by 75cm, scarce £600 - £800 4232 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), The RAM Corps, regimental portrait, signed l.l., framed & glazed, 28cm by 22.5cm £300 - £400 4233 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), The Biggest Walls in the Country was in it, coloured print, signed in pencil l.l., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 49cm by 69cm £300 - £500

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4243 4234 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), The Season 1939-40, colour print, signed in pencil l.r., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 51.5cm by 73.5cm £250 - £350 4235 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), The Provost Marshal, regimental portrait, signed l.l., watercolour, remarque to mount, framed & glazed, 35.5cm by 20cm £300 - £400 4236 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), A National Candidate, colour print, signed in pencil l.l., bit blindstamp, framed & glazed, 42.5cm by 41cm £200 - £300 4237 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), Foxcatchers, colour print, signed in pencil l.l., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 38.5cm by 35.5cm £200 - £300 4238 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), The Timber Merchant, colour print, signed in pencil l.r., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 45.5cm by 41.5cm £150 - £250

4240 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), ‘Andsome Is - Wot ‘Andsome Does, colour print, signed in pencil l.l., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 45cm by 42cm, slight wear and white marks to margin £100 - £200 4241 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), The Sparrow-Catchin Sort, colour print, signed in pencil l.l., bit blindstamp, framed & glazed, 46cm by 43cm £200 - £300 4242 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), The Worst View in Europe, print heightened with watercolour, printed remarque to margin, signed in pencil l.l., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 45cm by 74cm £400 - £600 4243 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), The Finest View in Europe, hand-coloured print with printed remarque to margin, signed in pencil l.r., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 40.5cm by 66cm, some toning and a couple of little white marks to margin £400 - £600

4239 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), Swagger - but a Workman, colour print, signed in pencil l.r., bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 39cm by 36cm £200 - £300

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4244 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), I Would Bring Such Fishes Back, colour print with printed remarque to margin, signed in pencil l.r., faint bit blind-stamp, framed & glazed, 51cm by 54cm £2000 - £3000 4245 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), A Point to Point (with yellow Rolls-Royce), printed with heavy hand-colouring and ink, framed & glazed, 41.5cm by 56.5cm £1000 - £1500 4246 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), a detail from Worst View in Europe, hand-coloured print, framed and glazed, 22.5cm by 48cm £300 - £500 4247 Snaffles, Charles Johnson Payne (1884-1967), detail from Finest View in Europe, hand-coloured print, framed & glazed, 23.5cm by 50.5cm £300 - £500 4248 A large collection of maps and plans relating to the county of Derbyshire, predominantly linenbacked OS maps from 1880s-1950s but including several manuscript documents: ‘Explanatory Plan’ to accompany Mr Coke’s Report showing the several Springs and Watersheds proposed to be impounded for a Supply of Water to Alfreton, Somercotes, Riddings, Swanwick and Ripley. June 1871’ (ink & watercolour); a late18th/early-19th century manuscript map on vellum showing ‘Mr Rolleston’s Land’ and ‘Newlands Farm’; a vellum indenture for land in South Normanton, dated 1873, relating to ‘John Slater Wilkinson of Hilcote Hall in Blackwell in the County of Derby’ and ‘Raymond Wilson Radford of Sherwood House, Sutton in Ashfield in the County of Nottingham’; ‘Plan of the Lordship of the Riddings in the County of Derby Belonging to Christopher Rolleston Esquire, copied from a plan made by James Green in the Year 1806 by J. Horsley 1830’; ink & watercolour architectural plan for ‘Proposed Offices and Sale Room Grosvenor Road Ripley for Mr S. W. Coupe’ (indistinctly signed and dated 1923) Condition: varied, rolled, some discoloured/torn as found £100 - £150 118

4244 4249 Henry William Bunbury (17501811), A Long Minuet as Danced at Bath, uncoloured stipple engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, four conjoined sheets, published by William Dickinson [c.1787], publisher details not visible, framed & glazed, 219cm by 29cm. Some general discolouration and surface wear to paper. ‘A strip design of ten couples in different stages of the minuet, All dance in silence; the expressions of the male dancers denote anxiety, determination, or complacency. All are intended to be ugly, or awkward, or both, but the figures have charm, and even in some cases a certain grace.’ [M. Dorothy George, ‘Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum’, VI, 1938] £150 - £250 4250 James Gillray (1756-1815), collection of four caricatures, ‘Death of Admiral Lord Nelson’, ‘New Discoveries in Pneumaticks’, ‘End of the Irish Farce of Catholic-Emancipation’, ‘Le DiableBoiteux’, from the editions published by Henry G. Bohn, framed & glazed (4) £200 - £300

4251 Ortelius, Abraham (1527-1598), Angliae, map of England and Wales [1573 or later], hand-coloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper bearing manufacturer’s watermark (crossed arrows), featuring decorative cartouche with birds and figures, animals, ships and sea monsters. Latin text verso (Anglia), unmounted/ unframed, wide margins, good and bright, slight discolouration at upper fold-line, approx. 47cm by 57cm (sheet) £200 - £300

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4252 Mercator, Gerard (1512-1594), two hand-coloured copper-engraved maps on laid/chain-lined paper with French text to verso, Warwicum (depicting Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Berkshire, Middlesex, Hampshire, Surrey, Kent and Sussex), Eboracum (depicting Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Rutland and Norfolk). Featuring decorative cartouche, wide margins, Warwicum is 46cm by 56cm (sheet), Eboracum is 47cm by 56.5cm (sheet). Warwicum generally good and bright for age, Eboracum discoloured with wear and closed tears (2) £50 - £80 4253 Blaeu, Joan (1596-1673). 17thcentury map of Staffordshire, featuring coats-of-arms and figures displaying the fashions of the period, hand-coloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, Dutch text to verso, unmounted/unframed, approx. 49cm by 60cm (sheet). Good, clean and bright, some minor discolouration at fold-line and plate mark right £80 - £150 4254 Jansson, Jan (1588-1664). 17thcentury map of Staffordshire, uncoloured copper engraving on heavy laid/chain-lined paper, featuring decorative cartouche, heraldic shields and figures, French text to verso, unmounted/unframed. 50.5cm by 60cm (sheet). Good, clean and bright, some very minor spotting to margins £80 - £120

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4255 Speed, John (1552-1629). 17thcentury map of Denbighshire (north-east Wales), hand-coloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, featuring decorative cartouches and inset view of Denbigh, ships and sea monsters, published by Sudbury & Humble, English text to verso. Hand-coloured recto and verso. Unmounted/unframed, 41cm x 54cm (sheet) £70 - £100 4256 Collection of antique maps of Staffordshire, 17th to 19th century, comprising: John Speed, uncoloured copper-engraving on laid/chain-lined paper featuring inset views of Stafford and Lichfield, published by Bassett & Chiswell; A Map of Staffordshire, John Cary, no date; A New Map of Staffordshire, John Cary, 1806; A New Map of Stafford, C. Smith, second edition corrected to 1808; Staffordshire, £100 - £150

4257 Sanson, Nicolas (1600-1667), 17th-century map showing the counties of the English Midlands as well as Norfolk, decorative cartouche, publication date of 1654, uncoloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper bearing manufacturer’s watermark (heraldic shield and initials ‘PF’), 43cm by 58.5cm (sheet) £50 - £80

4258 Anonymous [William Smith] 17th-century map of Staffordshire, uncoloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, scarce, Stent & Overton, c.1665, unmounted/unframed. 38cm by 51cm (sheet) £150 - £250 4259 Ogilby, John (1600-1676), 17thcentury road map depicting the route from Buckingham to Bridgnorth, showing Banbury, Stratford-upon-Avon, Coughton, Bromsgrove, Kidderminster, Banbury, Bridgnorth and Shipston-onStour. Hand-coloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper bearing manufacturer’s watermark. Good, clean and bright, extreme left edge of margin partially trimmed (well clear of platemark), 40.5cm by 52cm (sheet); hinge-mounted (not stuck down), hinged along top of sheet well clear of plate-mark £50 - £70 4260 Leigh’s New Road Map of England, Wales and Scotland, Engraved by Sidney Hall, London: Published by Samuel Leigh, 18, Strand, no date [c.1830]. In two parts, linen-backed, with vibrant pink paper covers bearing titles for each (Northern Part, Southern Part) plus etched topographical views of Edinburgh and The Cathedral of St. Paul, the maps with early original handcolouring, in good condition with some general discolouration/offsetting, housed in green leather wallet (with crude repairs) £50 - £70 4261 Collection of antique Staffordshire maps, 18th & 19th century, to include a large county map by C. & J. Greenwood, 1830, with inset etching of Lichfield cathedral; a large county map by Emanuel Bowen, published by J. Bowles, no date; engraved topographical view of Croxton Abbey after Samuel & Nathaniel Buck, dated 1731; and a quantity of smaller engravings and lithographs, most of which are mounted in printseller’s wrappers, all housed in a protective wallet £100 - £150

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4262 Collection of antique maps, comprising: Mappe Monde, map of the northern hemisphere, by Rigobert Bonne (1727-1794), copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper bearing manufacturer’s watermark (heart and initials ‘RB’); 19th-century street plan of Birmingham engraved by J. Henshall; six 19th-century county maps engraved by S. Hall (Isle of Wight, Huntingdonshire, Cumberland, Rutlandshire, Norfolk, Westmoreland); two 19th-century street plans of Oxford and Cambridge; two 19th-century maps of Surrey and Middlesex engraved by R. Scott; 19thcentury map of Shropshire for The British Gazetteer; a coaching road map showing Shropshire, Laurie & Whittle, 1806; two c.1820s engraved maps of Norfolk and Cumberland with etched inset topographical views; an etched bookplate/frontispiece topographical view of Ingestrie; four 19th-century engraved maps by J. & C. Walker, Ancient France, Ancient Italy, and two of Ancient Britain (England/Wales, Scotland); five facsimile maps after Hondius; many of the maps are mounted or in protective wallets, all housed in clip folder £60 - £100 4263 De Fer, Nicolas (1646-1720), map of London showing the river Thames, 1705, uncoloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, unmounted/unframed, good and clean with minor faint spotting and a little wear to edegs of sheet (outside of platemark), 25.5cm by 35.5cm £50 - £80 4264 A New Map of Rutlandshire, Divided into Hundreds, Exhibiting its Roads, Rivers, Parks, &c., by John Cary, 1801, hand-coloured copper engraving on heavy wove paper bearing manufacturer’s watermark (‘Smith 1801’), unmounted/unframed, 55.5cm by 63.5cm (sheet). Together with a Robert Morden map of Rutland, uncoloured coper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, unmounted/unframed, 39cm by 42.5cm (sheet) (2) £40 - £60

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4265 Collection of framed antique maps of Staffordshire, 17th to 19th century, including Richard Blome; Thomas Kitchin; Langley & Belch; Carington Bowles; Pigot & Co.; Herman Moll; Emanuel Bowen; Robert Morden; J. Roper & G. Cole; J. Archer (13) £40 - £60

4269 A collection of 18th-century Owen & Bowen road maps, 12 mounted examples (mount window recto & verso with both sides visible), plus a further 40 loose/unmounted examples, housed in two modern albums (52) £80 - £150

4266 Collection of three framed antique maps of Staffordshire: Staffordiae, Saxton & Kip, c.1637, handcoloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, 28.5cm by 39cm; Stafford-Shyre, Michael Drayton, engraved by William Hole for PolyOlbion, an unusual map with allegorical figures, uncoloured copper engraving on laid paper, 36.5cm by 33cm; The County of Stafford, by W. Yates, published by W. Faden, 1798, sectional map in sixteen parts, 73cm by 51cm (3) £100 - £150

4270 11 Miniature prints from museums including V&A. All framed £50 - £80

4267 Collection of framed antique maps, 18th & 19th century, comprising: six canal plans/maps by Stockdale, 1795, hand-coloured engravings (Lancaster Canal; Canal from Liverpool to Leeds; Canal from Manchester to Runcorn; Ellesmere Canal; Rochdale Canal; Canal from the Trent to the Mersey); A Plan of the Navigable Canal from Birmingham to Atherley, Snape & Saunders; A Map of the Intended Canal to join the Rivers Severn and Trent, T. Kitchin; anonymous map showing Proposed Deviation of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal; A Plan of the Intended Navigable Canal from Leeds to Selby, Gentleman’s Magazine, 1774 (unframed).Together with two 19thcentury maps of Norwich (one unframed), an 18th-century map of Norfolk by Cowley, a map of Norfolk by Toms, 1742, two 19th-century maps of Walsall, a facsimile Robert Morden map of Staffordshire and a facsimile Blaeu world map (16) £80 - £100 4268 Collection of 18 Japanese Ukiyoe woodblock prints, 19th & 20th century, including samurai, geisha, landscapes, various artists, condition generally good and bright, occasional discolouration and wear in places, housed in Daler folder (18) £200 - £400

4271 Very scarce map/prospect of Nottinghamshire with rural figures in foreground, George Bickham [1796], engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, later hand-colouring, mounted/unframed, 23cm by 16cm. Together with a rare map of Nottinghamshire by Jacob van Langeren [c.1657], and a mid-18th century map of Nottinghamshire by Herman Moll (3) £100 - £150 4272 Collection of three antique maps of Nottingham: A New Map of Nottinghamshire, published by Henry Overton, 1714, with inset town plan of Nottingham, hand-coloured engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, 36cm by 51cm; An Accurate Map of Nottinghamshire, by Emanuel Bowen, published by Carington Bowles, 1 June 1777, laid paper, 51cm by 43cm; Map of the County of Nottingham, by C. & J. Greenwood, published 26 January 1831, 59cm by 69.5cm. All unframed, mounted in printseller’s protective wrappers (3) £100 - £200 4273 Saxton, Christopher (15401610). Map of Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire, 1576, featuring decorative cartouche and coastal illustrations of ships and sea monsters. Hand-coloured copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper, 40.5cm by 53.5cm. Together with a Gerard Mercator map depicting Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Rutland and Norfolk, again with sailing vessels and monsters, 37cm by 43cm. Both unframed, mounted with printseller’s protective wrappers (2) £500 - £700

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4274 Collection of framed antique canal maps, 18th century copper engravings on laid/chain-lined paper, including plans for intended new canals. The maps cover Coventry to Fradley Heath in Stafford; Leeds & Liverpool near Eccleston; Coal Mines of Stourbridge & Dudley; River Salwarp from Droitwich to Severn in Worcester; River Tees from Stockton by Darlington to Winston in Durham; River Trent to Langley Bridge in Derby and Nottingham; Trent to the Severn; Chesterfield in Derby to Trent near Stockwith in Nottingham; Huddersfield to Ashton under Lyne (9) £80 - £120 4275 Charles Johnson Payne, Snaffles, Being a Selection of his Hunting and Racing Prints, compiled by Mark Flower, text by Donald Crawford, research by Caroline Juler, New Zealand: Millwood Press, 1983, limited edition numbered 669 of 750 and signed by the publisher. Oblong folio, quarter morocco, housed in solander box £100 - £150

4276 George Stubbs (1724-1806), Shooting, set of four etchings & engravings, rich impressions with velvety black ink, engraved by William Woollett, published in London by Thomas Bradford, 1770, slight wear to outer margins, publication line worn on Plate III. Framed & glazed, unexamined out of frames. 43.5cm by 54.5cm (4) £500 - £800 4277 Collection of framed antique maps of Staffordshire, 18th & 19th century, including J. Ellis; A. M. Perrot; Owen & Bowen; T. Kitchin; S. Hall; Thomas Moule; J. & C. Walker; John Emslie; John Stockdale; J. Cary, and others (21) £80 - £150 4278 17th century map of Derbyshire engraved by William Hole and based on the first survey of England by Christopher Saxton. Copper engraving on laid/chain-lined paper with hand-coloured detail. Featuring decorative cartouche. Framed & glazed. Approx. 32.5cm by 29.5cm (mount window) £80 - £120

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4279 Walton, izaak. The Compleat Angler or the Contemplative Man’s Recreation, fourth edition, London: R. Marriot, 1668. Engraved pictorial title, 10 engravings of fish within the text, two pages of printed music for ‘The Angler’s Song’, woodcut initials and ornaments. 19th-century morocco binding with gilt title, marbled endpapers, bookplate for Abel E. Berland, pencil owner inscription for ‘Holford-Rosenbach’, gutter of title page and final leaf of text slightly extended, natural paper crease crossing imprint. [Coigney 5] £2300 - £2500 4280 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Moses Browne edition, London: Henry Kent, 1750. Red leather binding with gilt title & date and pictorial design (fish) to spine, all page edges gilt, marbled endpapers, engraved frontispiece and further engraved plates and woodcuts of fish within the text. Sympathetically rebacked/rebound incorporating original boards and spine, inner hinge weak at frontispiece, a little wear to extremities/headcaps. [Coigney 7] £260 - £300 4281 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, second Moses Browne edition, London: Henry Kent, 1759. Contemporary calf boards, neatly rebacked with speckled calf, morocco title label and gilt date/title. Engraved frontispiece and further engraved plates and woodcuts of fish within the text, red ownership monogram to title page, light offsetting from plates, light wear to hinges. [Coigney 8] £170 - £200

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4282 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Hawkins edition, London: Thomas Hope, 1760. Contemporary calf boards, rebacked with recent leather spine, raised bands, gilt title. Etched frontispiece plus further etched plates and illustrations of fish within the text. Featuring two repaired folding plates at rear: an advertisement for a company dealing in fishing rods & tackle, and ‘The Anglers Assistant’ (a guide to catching different species, the seasons, the methods and the baits). Armorial bookplate for Rev. Sidenham Teast Wylde, Bristol 1779; 18th and 19th century ink ownership inscriptions to verso of frontispiece for the Barnett and Wylde families; owner inscription dated 1773 to title page, and other owner inscriptions within the text; occasional discolouration. [Coigney 9] £180 - £220

4284 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, third Moses Browne edition, London: Richard and Henry Causton, 1772. Contemporary calf boards (worn) rebacked with recent leather spine, red oxblood morocco title label, all page edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Engraved frontispiece and further engraved plates and woodcut illustrations of fish within the text. [Coigney 11] £140 - £180

4288 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, sixth Hawkins edition, London: F. and C. Rivington, 1792. Full calf binding by Riviere & Son featuring gilt vignettes of suitable angling imagery to spine, all page edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Etched frontispiece plus further etched plates and illustrations of fish within the text. [Coigney 15] £80 - £120

4285 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, third Hawkins edition, London: John and Francis Rivington, 1775. Recently rebound in half-calf with marbled boards. Etched frontispiece plus further etched plates and illustrations of fish within the text. Late-Georgian gift inscriptions to title and verso of title. [Coigney 12] £80 - £120

4289 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, seventh [titled sixth] Hawkins edition, London: F. and C. Rivington, 1797. Contemporay calf, rebacked with oxblood morocco title label. Two engraved plates of music (with offsetting), three other etched plates; two owner inscriptions to front free endpaper. [Coigney 16] £100 - £150

4286 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, fourth Hawkins edition, London: John Francis and John Rivington, 1784. Contemporary calf boards, rebacked with the original spine laid down, red morocco title label, marbled endpapers, monogram bookplate. Etched frontispiece plus further etched plates and illustrations of fish within the text. [Coigney 13] £100 - £150 4287 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, fifth Hawkins edition, London: J. F. and C. Rivington, 1791. Etched frontispiece plus further etched plates and illustrations of fish within the text. Rebound in panelled calf with gilt title. Loosely inserted manuscript note on the edition with signature of Jack Heddon. [Coigney 14] £70 - £100 4283 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Hawkins edition, London: J. Rivington, 1766. Contemporary calf, very neatly rebacked, contrasting red & black morocco title labels, raised bands, gilt illustrations of fish to spine. Etched frontispiece plus further etched plates and illustrations of fish within the text; two pages of publisher’s advertisements, contemporary manuscript poem to verso of frontispiece; some general age toning and occasional discolouration. [Coigney 10] £250 - £280

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4290 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Bagster edition, London: Samuel Bagster, 1808, printed by C. Mercier and Co. Full crushed tan morocco binding by Bayntun of Bath with raised bands, gilt angling motifs, all page edges gilt, marbled endpapers and silk markers. A unique copy embellished with extra illustrations: 18th and 19th century engravings and aquatint etchings, some hand-coloured, including portraits, topographical views, natural history plates, all bound within the work; occasional light spotting. Together with another copy of the first Bagster edition, worn half-calf with some discolouration and occasional foxing. (2) [Coigney 17] £700 - £900 4291 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Bagster’s “socalled” facsimile, London: S. Bagster, 1810. Three copies: one in publisher’s printed boards, one in crushed red morocco with upper board detached, and one in full calf by C. Hering bearing armorial bookplate for Frederic Perkins of Chipstead Place in Kent. (3) [Coigney 20] £140 - £180

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4292 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Bagster edition, London: Samuel Bagster, 1815. Large paper edition in full calf (as found) with gilt angling motifs, marbled endpapers and all page edges, armorial bookplate for Reginald Cholmondeley of Condover Hall. Together with a standard copy of the second Bagster edition bearing contemporary gift inscription: ‘Robert John Gould, given him by his very affectionate father John Gould, 1815’. (2) [Coigney 21] £100 - £150 4293 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Smith edition, London: James Smith, 1822. Contemporary tree calf rebacked with decorative gilt spine and oxblood morocco title label, all page edges gilt, marbled endpapers, armorial bookplate for the Dogmersfield Library plus a more recent bookplate for John Anthony Piper, mezzotint portraits of Walton and Cotton and further engraved plates within the text. [Coigney 22] £60 - £80

4296 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Tegg edition, in two volumes, London: Thomas Tegg, 1824. Green leather bindings with gilt titles, all page edges gilt, marbled endpapers, headcaps worn to Vol. I, in slipcase [Coigney 27] £80 - £120 4297 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Pickering edition, London: William Pickering, 1825. Publisher’s original buckram boards with paper title label. Together with another two copies similar. (3) [Coigney 30] £60 - £100 4298 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Tegg edition, in two volumes, Chiswick: Thomas Tegg, 1826. Publisher’s printed paper boards, ‘Whittingham’s Cabinet Library’. Together with another copy similar; paper boards/spines showing some age and wear. (4) [Coigney 33] £50 - £70

4294 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Major edition, London: John Major, 1823. Large paper copy with the plates on India paper, bound in recent full red crushed morocco with gilt title & date, top edge gilt; some spotting to the plates with evidence of slight dampstaining at upper margins. [Coigney 23] £50 - £70 4295 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, second Major edition, London: John Major, 1824. Full green leather binding with gilt angling motifs, all page edges gilt, lilac endpapers, armorial bookplate for Richard Willan. The book includes a letter from R. L. Marston, signed, on headed paper (The Fishing Gazette, Beckenham, Kent), dated July 31 1944, explaining to Willan that this book is not a second edition but a second Major edition. Occasional spotting and light creasing to endpapers. Together with another copy of the second Major edition in worn half-calf. (2) [Coigney 25] £120 - £150

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4300 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Nicolas edition, complete in two volumes, London: William Pickering, 1836. Quarto, contemporary half-calf with gilt title, marbled boards and endpapers, top edge gilt. Embellished with 61 illustrations, including full page and intext depictions of fish, portraits, views. Contents generally good and bright, wide margins, occasional foxing; bindings tight and solid. Originally purchased from Bauman Rare Books (paperwork loosely inserted). (2) [Coigney 44] £500 - £600 4301 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Lewis edition, London: L. A. Lewis, 1839. Bayntun halfcalf binding with marbled boards, contrasting red & green morocco title labels, gilt angling motifs to spine, top edge gilt. Together with another copy of the first Lewis edition in worn contemporary boards, rebacked with recent calf spine, red morocco title labels, all page edges gilt, marbled endpapers. (2) [Coigney 49] £250 - £300 4302 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Chidley edition, London: I. J. Chidley, 1841. Publisher’s cloth, armorial bookplate for Frederick Adolphus Philbrick of the Middle Temple, ownership stamp to front free endpaper for ‘Worth M. Tyler, No. 5 E. Tilden Drive, Brownsburg, Indiana’. Occasional spotting/wear; binding discoloured/worn. [Coigney 50] £30 - £50

4299 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Cole edition, London: William Cole, [1828]. Handsomely rebound in half-calf with marbled boards, raised bands, gilt angling motifs, oxblood morocco title label, untrimmed page edges, marbled endpapers. [Coigney 35] £50 - £80

4303 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Washbourne edition, London: Henry Washbourne, 1842. Contemporary quarter-calf with gilt title, top edge gilt, ownership inscriptions for W. J. Emery and T. G. Meakin. [Coigney 51] £40 - £60 4304 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Piper edition, London: Piper Brothers & Co., [1844]. Scarce original buckram binding by Lockwood & Co. [Coigney 54] £50 - £70

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4305 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, sixth [titled fourth] Major edition, London: D. Bogue, 1844. Presentation copy signed by the editor, John Major: ‘With kindest Regards, from the editor, August 18th 1846’. Association copy bearing the armorial bookplate of James Douglas, Canadian born mining engineer and businessman. Handsomely bound in green crushed morocco by Bayntun of Bath with angling motifs to boards and spine, all page edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Together with another copy of the sixth [titled fourth] Major edition, featuring hand-coloured plates throughout and bearing gift inscription to a doctor from his patient (who coloured the plates as a token of gratitude in 1948), crushed green morocco binding with raised bands and marbled endpapers. (2) [Coigney 56] £300 - £400

4309 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Bethune edition, New York: John Wiley, 1848. A more recent leather binding with the name ‘Frank Forrester’ to spine (the book contains some loosely inserted notes implying that this is an association copy belonging to the English novelist William Henry Herbert). Some toning/spotting/ wear, mostly confined to opening leaves. [Coigney 62] £60 - £70

4306 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, eleventh Rennie edition, Manchester: Samuel Johnson and Son, 1844. Publisher’s gilt cloth. [Coigney 57] £50 - £70

4311 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Groombridge edition, scarce in two volumes, London: Groombridge and Sons, 1858, publisher’s red embossed cloth, housed in solander box with red leather spine, raised bands and gilt title. Together with another version of the same (scarce in two volumes) in publisher’s green cloth. ‘No copy bound in two volumes has been seen’ [Coigney, p.76]. (4) [Coigney 74] £100 - £150

4307 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, fourteenth Rennie edition, Manchester: Thomas Johnson, 1847. Publisher’s gilt buckram. Scarce. [Coigney 60] £50 - £70 4308 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Bethune edition, New York & London: Wiley & Putnam, 1847. Half-calf with marbled boards and marbled endpapers. [Coigney 61] £70 - £100 124

4310 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, third Bethune edition, New York: John Wiley, 1852. Publisher’s gilt cloth (worn to headcaps/corners), bookplate for Samuel B. Webb. Originally purchased from James Cummins Booksellers, New York (paperwork loosely inserted). [Coigney 68] £30 - £50

4312 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, fourth Bethune edition, New York: John Wiley, 1859. Handsomely rebound in half-calf with contrasting red & black title labels and marbled boards, some foxing to contents. [Coigney 77] £100 - £150

4313 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Nicolas edition, London: Nattali and Bond, 1860. Full crushed green morocco with raised bands and gilt titles, marbled endpapers (pale yellow endpapers to Vol.I, indicating rebinding work), all edges gilt, armorial bookplate for Walter Dunlop, half-title and titles loose with wear and reinforcements (2) [Coigney 78] £80 - £120 4314 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Ticknor & Fields edition, Boston: 1866. 12mo, publisher’s green cloth with gilt title (this green cloth variant not mentioned by Coigney), top edge gilt, illustrated with ‘Landing of the Trout’ frontispiece by J. T. Willmore after John Absolon, plus 13 in-text illustrations of fish. Originally purchased from Bauman Rare Books (paperwork loosely inserted) [Coigney 85] £40 - £60 4315 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Ticknor & Fields edition, Boston: 1866. 24mo, original blue cloth, blind-embossed boards with gilt title to spine, all edges gilt, contents good with slight foxing to plates. Originally purchased from James Cummins Bookseller, New York (paperwork loosely inserted). Together with another three copies of the same in varying condition; two copies with the scarce ‘J R Stephenson’ at base of spine (4) [Coigney 86] £80 - £150

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4316 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Little, Brown edition, Boston: 1866. Very scarce, verso of title records the limited edition, ‘One Hundred Copies printed’; ‘nearly onehalf of the edition (of 100 copies) was destroyed by fire in the bindery’ [Horne]. Original paper covered boards with black title to spine, red & black title page, engraved portraits of Walton and Cotton, plus further steel and wood engravings throughout, the plates with protective tissue-guards. Contents good and bright, some foxing around plates, front free endpaper reinforced with tape, binding worn. [Coigney 88] £300 - £500 4317 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Bell & Daldy edition, in two volumes, London: 1868. Original green cloth with gilt titles to spine, curiously numbered VII and VIII to spines (though complete, Part 1 and Part 2, in these two volumes). Coigney only had the first volume in his collection, and he was the first to record its existence. [Coigney 90] £40 - £60 4318 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, third Jesse edition, London: Bell and Daldy, 1870. Full green crushed morocco by Zaehnsdorf, marbled endpapers, gilt title with fish motifs to spine, top edge gilt. Contents good, clean, bright, binding discoloured at spine and edges. [Coigney 92] £50 - £80 4319 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, sixth Bethune edition, large paper edition (limited edition) numbered 43 of 100, in two volumes, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1880. Contemporary half crushed morocco with raised bands and gilt title/date, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, marbled endpapers. (2) [Coigney 109] £100 - £150 4320 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Lippincott edition, Edition De Luxe, numbered 44 of 250, Philadelphia: 1881. Contemporary half crushed morocco with raised bands and gilt title, marbled boards and endpapers, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. Contents good and bright, Bureau of Fisheries Library stamp to title and half-title, some wear to endpapers. [Coigney 113] £90 - £110

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4321 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Strahan edition, Edition De Luxe, numbered 216 of 250, London: [1881]. Half vellum with gilt title to spine, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. Contents generally good and bright with occasional foxing. [Coigney 114] £150 - £200 4322 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Griggs facsimile of the first edition, [1882]. Full panelled calf, top edge stained red, remainder untrimmed. Good, clean, bright. [Coigney 117] £50 - £80 4323 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Nimmo & Bain edition, London: 1883. Full crushed morocco with gilt title to spine, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Contents generally good and bright with occasional foxing. [Coigney 118] £40 - £60 4324 Crawhall, Joseph. Izaak Walton: His Wallet Booke, London: Leadenhall Press, 1885. Special edition bound in full vellum with gilt pictorial titles and string ties, featuring cloth wallets at front (to store ‘Baccy’, ‘More Baccy’, a very small pocket for ‘Fysshe Tales I Believe’), a large number of blank note pages at rear (to record one’s own ‘Fysshe Stories’), and a large cloth wallet at rear (to house ‘Fysshe Stories I don’t believe’). Illustrated throughout with hand-coloured woodcuts. Contents good, clean, bright; splitting and wear to spine. The “Crawhall abridged edition” of The Compleat Angler. [Coigney 126] £250 - £300 4325 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Alfred edition, London: W. H. Allen & Co., 1885. Scarce. Full calf with contrasting green & red title labels, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Good, clean, bright; binding tight and solid. Interesting to note that the title page states Walton & Cotton, but the second part was never issued. [Coigney 128] £250 - £300

4326 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, fourth Nicolas edition, London: Chatto & Windus, 1887. Publisher’s blind-embossed cloth with gilt pictorial upper board, morocco title label to spine, 32 pages of publisher’s advertisements at rear (dated July, 1895). Contents generally good and bright with occasional wear/loss to page corners. [Coigney 134] £50 - £70 4327 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, seventh Bethune edition, in two volumes, New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, [1888]. Publisher’s blind-embossed pictorial cloth, top edge gilt, bookplates for The Library of Adrien and Helen Falk, San Francisco. Good, clean, bright; bindings tight and solid with a little wear to extremities. (2) [Coigney 137] £50 - £70 4328 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Lea and Dove edition, Royal Quarto Edition De Luxe, numbered 68 of 250, signed by the editor, R. B. Marston, in two volumes, London: Sampson Low, 1888. Publisher’s quarter-cloth with paper covered boards, original paper title labels to spines, untrimmed page edges (some pages uncut), illustrated throughout, the photogravure plates with protective captioned tissue-guards. The bindings as in Coigney’s demi-quarto 2nd variant. Contents good, clean, bright; bindings tight and solid with some faint wear/discolouration. (2) [Coigney 139] £500 - £800 4329 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Nimmo edition, London: John C. Nimmo, 1889. Edited by John Major. Illustrated with six original etchings, two portraits and 74 wood engravings. Publisher’s blue gilt pictorial cloth, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, black endpapers, bookplate for ‘Sodra Sveriges Sportfiskeklubb’, bookseller’s ticket for William Potter, Liverpool. Contents generally good and bright, the final gathering becoming loose; binding tight and solid. Together with another copy of the same. (2) [Coigney 141] £60 - £80

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4330 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Putnam Nimmo edition, New York: G. P. Puttnam’s Sons, 1889. Publisher’s gilt pictorial blue cloth, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, dark blue endpapers, illustrated throughout, the plates with protective tissue-guards. Contents good and bright, John Jackson’s Practical Fly-Fisher loose but present at rear. [Coigney 142] £50 - £70 4331 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Lowell edition, large paper (limited edition) numbered 14 of 150, in two volumes, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1889. Publisher’s pale blue cloth, pictorial gilt spine and upper board, patterned endpapers, bookplate for A. L. Reynolds, illustrated throughout with tipped-in etchings and engravings (the Howell etchings signed in pencil). Contents good and bright, pale dampstaining to corners of first volume; bindings tight and solid with some general discolouration and wear to headcaps. (2) [Coigney 144] £50 - £70 4332 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Lowell edition, limited edition numbered 63 of 500, in two volumes, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1889. Handsome later quarter crushed green morocco, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, illustrated throughout with pasted etchings and engravings plus further wood engravings in the text. Contents good and bright, some offsetting to final leaf of each volume. (2) [Coigney 145] £60 - £80 4333 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, third Lowell edition, in two volumes, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1891. Publisher’s gilt blue cloth, top edge gilt, owner stamp and inscription (‘Geo. E. Mills, Scott Prize, Yale ‘93’), bookseller’s ticket (‘Bertrand Smith’s Acres of Books, Cincinnati’), illustrated throughout. Contents good, clean, bright; bindings good, tight, solid, very light wear to headcaps/corners. (2) [Coigney 154] £50 - £70

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4334 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, second Crowell edition, in two volumes, New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1892. Publisher’s green gilt cloth, top edge gilt, illustrated throughout. Contents good, clean, bright; bindings good. (2) [Coigney 157] £40 - £60

4337 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, eighth Jesse edition, London: George Bell and Sons, 1896. Half-calf with gilt title, marbled boards and page edges, illustrated throughout, the plates with protective tissue-guards. Contents good, clean, bright; binding very good, tight, solid. [Coigney 176] £120 - £150 4338 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, fifth Nimmo edition, London: John C. Nimmo, 1896. Publisher’s gilt pictorial maroon cloth, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. Contents good and clean, some light foxing to outer page edges and tissueguard; binding good, tight, solid. Together with another two copies of the same (burgundy cloth and green cloth examples) with wear and some foxing. (3) [Coigney 178] £80 - £120

4335 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first McClurg edition, large paper state (limited edition) numbered 382 of 500, Chicago: A. C. McClurg and Company, 1893. Publisher’s pictorial gilt cloth, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, pictorial borders to the text throughout, contemporary owner inscription. Contents good and bright, a couple of marks to blank endleaves at rear; binding good, tight, solid, some general discolouration/spotting to the cloth. Housed in a slipcase box with crushed brown morocco spine bearing gilt title and angling motifs, and raised bands. Together with a regular state copy of the same in publisher’s blue gilt pictorial cloth. (2) [Coigney 163] £100 - £150 4336 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Harting edition (Tercentenary Edition, limited edition) numbered 339 of 350, London: Samuel Bagster and Sons Limited, 1893. Publisher’s quarter vellum with gilt title and pictorial depiction of trout taking fly, complete with the original green dustjackets bearing gilt titles to spines, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. Contents good, clean, bright, some offsetting to endpapers; bindings good, tight, solid. (2) [Coigney 164] £200 - £300

4339 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Le Gallienne edition, London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1897. Publisher’s green pictorial cloth, top edge stained green, remainder untrimmed (some pages uncut), Angler’s Calendar and publisher’s advertisements at rear, illustrated with views of Derbyshire (Beresford Hall, Ashbourne, Brailsford, Thorpe Cloud, Alstonfield, various pubs/inns). Contents good and bright, some foxing to endleaves; binding good and tight. Together with another copy of the same in publisher’s blind-embossed coarse olive cloth. (2) [Coigney 182] £80 - £120 4340 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Caldwell edition, New York & Boston: H. M. Caldwell Co, 1899. Publisher’s gilt blue cloth (the first of Coigney’s three binding variants), top edge gilt. Together with another copy of the same in publisher’s Berkeley Library embossed Nouveau cloth (the third of Coigney’s three binding variants). (2) [Coigney 191] £70 - £100

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4347 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Caradoc Press edition (limited edition) numbered 90 of 350, Chiswick: 1905. Publisher’s full calf binding, untrimmed page edges, colophon (with red text in the shape of a fish), etched frontispiece portrait of Walton, pictorial title, and illustrations of fish within the text, by H. G. Webb. Contents good, clean, bright, some light spotting/offsetting to endleaves; binding tight and solid with rubbing and wear to spine/extremities. [Coigney 230] £150 - £200

4341 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Oxford-Thumb miniature edition, London: Henry Frowde, [1900]. Full crushed purple morocco, top edge gilt, measuring just 5.5cm in height. Contents very good, clean, bright; binding good and tight with some discolouration. [Coigney 204] £120 - £150 4342 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Selfridge edition, London: Selfridge & Co. Ltd., [1901]. Very scarce, recorded for the first time by Coigney. Publisher’s blue buckram. Contents generally good and clean, some pale spotting to opening leaves; binding very worn at spine, upper board almost detached. [Coigney 211] £50 - £70 4343 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Winchester Freemantle edition, in two volumes, London: Freemantle & Company, 1902. Publisher’s gilt coarse green cloth, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, illustrated throughout, the etched plates with protective captioned tissue-guards, bookplates for Daniel Webster Evans and Henry A. Portong. Contents generally good, bright; bindings good and tight, light wear to corners, some splitting to inner hinges. (2) [Coigney 215] £80 - £120

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4344 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, second Winchester Freemantle edition, in two volumes, London: Freemantle & Company, 1902. Publisher’s green coarse cloth, Lippincott to spines, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, illustrated throughout, the etched plates with protective captioned tissue-guards. Contents good and bright, occasional light foxing; bindings good and tight. (2) [Coigney 216] £60 - £80 4345 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, second Le Gallienne edition, London & New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1904. Half crushed morocco with gilt pictorial spine (depicting bullrushes and fish), swirling endpapers (evocative of moving water), top edge gilt, contemporary gift inscription to ‘a Fly Fisher’. Contents good and bright; binding tight and solid, faint wear to edges with some discolouration to morocco at spine. Together with another copy of the same in John Lane blue cloth with gilt crest for The Crown Library to upper board. (2) [Coigney 222] £80 - £120 4346 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Appleton edition, New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1904. Contemporary red cloth with paper title label to spine, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, bookplate for Jerome A. Hart (possibly the Editor of the San Francisco Argonaut). Contents good and bright; binding tight and solid with a couple of little knocks at top edges, slight discolouration to spine. [Coigney 225] £40 - £50

4348 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, sixteenth Cassell edition, 1907. Very scarce, no copy seen by Coigney, Horne or Oliver; Coigney listed it on the strength of a publisher’s letter. Full reverse calf with gilt title to spine, all edges gilt, two pages of publisher’s advertisements at rear, bookseller’s ticket (H. J. Goulden, Canterbury). Contents good and bright with occasional foxing, some discolouration to endpapers; binding discoloured at spine with wear/loss to headcaps and corners. [Coigney 239] £50 - £100 4349 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Riverside Press Edition, limited edition numbered 295 of 440, Cambridge: Riverside Press for Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston & New York, 1909. Publisher’s textured paper boards with paper title label to spine, untrimmed page edges, colophon. Contents good, clean, bright, faint marks from a previous bookplate; binding intact but splitting to joints, with protective plastic jacket. [Coigney 248] £60 - £80

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4350 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Thorpe edition, London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1911]. Publisher’s gilt green pictorial cloth, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates and protective captioned tissueguards, bookseller’s ticket (Redin & Co., Cambridge). Contents good and bright, some offsetting to endpapers and splitting to inner hinges; binding tight and solid, some light rubbing/discolouration. [Coigney 250] £50 - £80 4351 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, second Thorpe edition, London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1911]. Publisher’s gilt green pictorial cloth, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates and protective captioned tissueguards, contemporary gift inscription to ‘an old fishing friend’, Christmas 1911. Contents good and bright, some offsetting to endpapers; binding clean and bright but with signs of restoration and possibly rebacked with the original spine laid down. [Coigney 251] £30 - £50 4352 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, third Thorpe edition, London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1911]. Publisher’s gilt green pictorial cloth, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates and protective captioned tissueguards. Contents very good, clean, bright; binding very good, tight, solid. [Coigney 252] £80 - £120 4353 Walton, Izaak. The Compleat Angler, first Brewer abridged edition, The Divine Art of Contentment, limited edition (‘Only Seventy Copies Printed, Illuminated Letter by Elinore Taylor Brewer’), Iowa: Torch Press, Cedar Rapids, 1912. ‘Privately Printed for Luther A. Brewer and His Friends, Christmas 1912’. Publisher’s quarter vellum binding with paper covered boards, gilt title to spine, subtly patterned endpapers, loosely inserted publisher’s sheet (wishing a Merry Christmas), owner inscription and stamp to front free endpaper. Contents good, clean, bright; binding tight and solid, some very pale spotting and light wear at corners, small area of loss at upper-right of upper board. Scarce. [Coigney 255] £60 - £100

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4354 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Rouse abridged edition, London: Blackie & Son Limited, 1913. Publisher’s gilt blue cloth. Contents good and bright, some offsetting to endpapers; binding tight and solid with faint discolouration to spine. Together with another copy of the same, similar condition, little nick to upper headcap. (2) [Coigney 260] £40 - £60 4355 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Phillips (second Hankey) edition, Boston: Le Roy Phillips, [1914]. Publisher’s green coarse cloth binding with gilt title, pale grey endpapers, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, illustrated with tipped-in colour plates. Contents clean and bright; binding discoloured with a little wear to extremities. [Coigney 262] £50 - £70 4356 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, fourth Marston edition, 1921. Publisher’s blue gilt cloth, original unclipped dust-jacket. Contents good and bright; binding tight and solid, dust-jacket good and bright with faint creasing. Together with another three copies of the same in varying condition (one with d.j., one without, and one in a variant brown cloth binding not mentioned by Coigney. (4) [Coigney 272] £60 - £80 4357 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Navarre Society edition, London: Privately Printed for The Navarre Society Limited, 1925. Publisher’s gilt green cloth, original unclipped dust-jacket with publisher’s advertisements, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. Contents good and bright, slight offsetting to endpapers; binding tight and solid, cloth very good and bright, dust-jacket very good with some faint discolouration and faint wear to extremities. Together with another copy of the same, internally similar condition, lacking dust-jacket, embossed green cloth discoloured/worn. (2) [Coigney 285] £40 - £60

4358 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Nelson edition, 1925. Scarce. Publisher’s maroon cloth with gilt title to spine. Contents good and bright, light spotting to endpapers; binding tight and solid, some light rubbing and a little knock at top of upper board. [Coigney 287] £30 - £50 4359 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Japanese edition, Tokyo: Kenkyusha, 1926. Publisher’s red gilt cloth, original dustjacket, bookseller’s ticket (Kitazawa Bookstore). Contents good and bright, some offsetting to endpapers, remnants o an old label to rear free endpaper; binding tight and solid, red cloth very good and bright, dust-jacket very good with slight wear to headcaps. Together with another copy of the same, lacking dust-jacket, light spotting and discolouration to spine. (2) [Coigney 291] £60 - £80 4360 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Black facsimile (‘churcheyard’ title page variant), London: A. & C. Black, [1928]. Full calf, original dust-jacket (worn), armorial bookplate for Hubert Riley, housed in slipcase bearing paper title labels. Contents good and bright, offsetting to endpapers; binding tight and solid, calf good, dust-jacket worn with loss as found. [Coigney 298] £30 - £50 4361 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Goodspeed edition, Boston: C. E. Goodspeed & Co., 1928. Limited to 600 copies, printed by D. B. Updike at The Merrymount Press, Boston. Quarter cloth with pictorial printed boards, top edge stained green, remainder untrimmed, bookseller’s ticket (The Chaucer Head Bookshop), housed in slipcase. Contents good, clean, bright; binding good, tight, bright. Together with another copy of the same in similar condition. (2) [Coigney 299] £60 - £80

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4369 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Club edition, limited edition numbered 710 of 1500, New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1948. Illustrated by Douglas W. Gorsline (and signed to colophon). Publisher’s quarter vellum with gilt title, printed paper boards, top edge stained blue, remainder untrimmed (some pages uncut), housed in slipcase. Contents good, clean, bright; binding good and tight with rubbing/wear to spine. [Coigney 374] £80 - £120

4362 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, De La More abridged edition, London: De La More Press, 1929. Hardback, publisher’s printed paper boards with original glassine wrappers, untrimmed page edges. Contents good, clean, bright; binding good, strong, bright, faint wear to glassine wrappers. Together with another copy in variant binding (paperback), in similar condition. Scarce. (2) [Coigney 301] £30 - £50 4363 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Nonesuch / Keynes edition, Bloomsbury: The Nonesuch Press, 1929. Full crushed morocco, raised bands, gilt title, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, housed in marbled slipcase. Contents good, clean, bright; binding tight and solid with discolouration to spine and slight wear to extremities. [Coigney 303] £50 - £80 4364 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Mason abridged edition, London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1930. Publisher’s blue gilt cloth with pictorial endpapers. Contents good, clean, bright; binding tight and solid with faint wear to extremities. Scarce. [Coigney 306] £30 - £50 4365 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Frank Adams illustrated edition, limited edition numbered 246 of 450 and signed by the artist, London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1930. Quarter vellum binding with gilt title and marbled boards, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. Contents good, clean, bright; binding good, bright, tight. together with another copy of the same, not numbered or signed, and with ‘Eyre & Spottiswoode’ in gilt to foot of spine, in similarly good condition but with some foxing to endpapers and bookplates for Henry A. Portong and Colonel Henry A. Siegel. (2) [Coigney 308] £120 - £180

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4366 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Arthur Rackham illustrated edition, limited edition numbered 660 of 775 and signed by the artist, London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, 1931. Full vellum binding with gilt titles and fish to spine, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, pictorial endpapers, loosely inserted prepublication ‘specimen pages’ of the work, and a loosely inserted publisher advertisement for Rackham’s Night Before Christmas, illustrated with colour plates with protective captioned tissueguards, housed in slipcase. Contents very good, clean, bright; binding very good, tight. An excellent copy. [Coigney 312] £500 - £800 4367 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Swedish edition, Stockholm: Wahlstrom & Widstrand, 1945. Publisher’s quartercloth with title label, paper boards with pictorial detail of boat to upper board, bookplate for Kurt Winberg. Contents good, clean, bright; binding good and tight. [Coigney 361] £40 - £60 4368 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, second Swedish edition, Stockholm: Wahlstrom & Widstrand, [1946]. Half crushed green morocco with gilt title, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. Contents good, clean, bright; binding good and tight. [Coigney 366] £60 - £100

4370 Walton, Izaak. The Compleat Angler, A Discourse on Content, Redcoat Press edition, limited to 175 copies, 1950. Scarce. Publisher’s quarter cloth with salmon pink paper covered boards, two signatures following ‘the printers’, and signed by one of the same with gift/presentation inscription to front free endpaper. Contents good and bright, some discolouration to endpapers; binding good and tight. [Coigney 380] £40 - £60 4371 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Spanish edition, Barcelona: Publicaciones Literarias Y Deportivas, 1955. Scarce. First recorded by Coigney in his 1989 Walton bibliography, but he never saw a copy to personally examine. Publisher’s card covers with paper title label to upper board. Contents good and bright; binding good with a little wear/loss at headcaps. [Coigney 392] £30 - £50 4372 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, second French abridged edition, 1962. Limited edition numbered 551 of 700, presentation copy signed by the translator, Jean Lestrade. Publisher’s printed paper binding, untrimmed page edges. Contents good and bright; binding good with some discolouration and wear. [Coigney 403] £50 - £70 4373 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first French unabridged edition, limited edition numbered numbered 1649 of 3000. Publisher’s pictorial boards. A good clean copy. [Coigney 411] £30 - £50

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4379 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Riverside Press Edition, limited edition numbered 116 of 440, Cambridge: Riverside Press for Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston & New York, 1909. Publisher’s textured paper boards with paper title label to spine, untrimmed page edges, colophon. Contents good and bright, light foxing to endpapers; rebacked with the original spine laid down. [Coigney 248] £60 - £80

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4374 Walton, Izaak. The Compleat Angler, Hanborough Parrot edition, illustrated by Wilton Priestner, Oxford: 1988. Limited edition numbered 3 of 25, signed by the artist, and with illustrations hand-coloured by the artist. Printed litho by Didcot Press. Publisher’s pictorial boards with pictorial endpapers. A good, clean, bright example. Together with another copy of the same, numbered 54 of 135, signed by the artist but uncoloured, in similarly good condition. (2) [Coigney 460] £60 - £80 4375 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, sixth Bethune edition, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1880. The two volumes/parts bound as one, handsomely rebound in full red leather with gilt title, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. [Coigney 109] £50 - £80 4376 Crawhall, Joseph. Izaak Walton: His Wallet Booke, London: Leadenhall Press, 1885. Publisher’s paper covered boards, illustrated throughout with hand-coloured woodcuts. Contents good and bright with spotting to endpapers. The “Crawhall abridged edition” of The Compleat Angler. [Coigney 126] £150 - £180

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4377 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Harting edition (Tercentenary Edition, limited edition) numbered 344 of 350, London: Samuel Bagster and Sons Limited, 1893. Publisher’s quarter vellum with gilt title and pictorial depiction of trout taking fly, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. Contents good, clean, bright, some offsetting to endpapers; bindings good, tight, solid. (2) [Coigney 164] £150 - £200 4378 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Caradoc Press edition (limited edition) numbered 187 of 350, Chiswick: 1905. Half crushed morocco with gilt title and fish motifs, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, marbled endpapers, colophon (with red text in the shape of a fish), etched frontispiece portrait of Walton, pictorial title, and illustrations of fish within the text, by H. G. Webb. Contents good, clean, bright, some light spotting in places; binding tight and solid with discolouration to the morocco. [Coigney 230] £150 - £200

4380 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Nicolas edition, in two volumes, London: Nattali and Bond, 1860. Publisher’s red buckram with gilt title and angling motifs, pale yellow endpapers, bookplates for E. H. Flint. Contents generally good and bright with occasional foxing; bindings good and tight, a little wear to extremities, Vol.II rebacked with the original spine laid down. (2) [Coigney 78] £80 - £120 4381 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Ephemera edition, London: Ingram, Cooke and Co., 1853. Publisher’s embossed green cloth with gilt pictorial spine. [Coigney 69]. Together with three copies of the second Ephemera edition, 1854 (two in publisher’s embossed cloth, one in full crushed morocco) [Coigney 70], the third Ephemera edition, 1859 (publisher’s embossed cloth) [Coigney 75], the fifth Ephemera edition, 1862 (publisher’s cloth with pictorial title to spine) [Coigney 80], and 8two copies of the ninth Ephemera edition (publisher’s cloth, variant colours) [Coigney 112] (8) £100 - £150 4382 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Pickering edition, London: William Pickering, 1826, publisher’s embossed cloth, together with another copy of the same in variant binding [Coigney 31], and four copies of the fourth Pickering edition, 1827, various bindings [Coigney 34] (6) £80 - £150

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4383 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Rennie edition, Edinburgh: Published for the Proprietors, Chambers, Orr, Curry, 1833, British Library cloth [Coigney 36]; sixth Rennie edition, 1834, half-leather [Coigney 41]; seventh Rennie edition, 1835, publisher’s cloth [Coigney 42]; eighth Rennie edition, 1836, half-calf [Coigney 45]; tenth Rennie edition, 1836, half crushed morocco [Coigney 47]; sixteenth Rennie edition, 1849, publisher’s cloth [Coigney 64]; seventeenth Rennie edition, 1849, publisher’s cloth [Coigney 65]; eighteenth Rennie edition, 1851, publisher’s cloth [Coigney 66]; twentieth Rennie edition, 1857, publisher’s cloth [Coigney 73]. Condition varied (9) £100 - £150 4384 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, Dove edition, 1825, contemporary calf [Coigney 29]; third Major edition, 1835, contemporary cloth [Coigney 43]; Tilt edition, in two volumes, 1837, publisher’s gilt cloth with armorial bookplates for Edwin F. Snow, together with another Tilt, two volumes bound as one, full calf [Coigney 48]; Causton edition (fourth Moses Browne), 1851, publisher’s cloth [Coigney 67]. Condition varied (6) £100 - £150 4385 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, ninth Jesse edition, London: George Bell and Sons, 1900. Later fine binding, half-calf with crushed oxblood morocco title label, gilt title and angling motifs, raised bands, top edge gilt, 32 pages of advertisements at rear. Contents generally good and bright, occasional spotting; binding tight and solid. An attractive copy. [Coigney 205] £80 - £120 4386 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, fifth Jesse edition, London: George Bell and Sons, 1882. Publisher’s cloth. Very scarce. Coigney did not have a copy in his collection; he saw Oliver’s copy, but not in its original binding. Contents generally good, binding very worn/discoloured. [Coigney 116]. Together with sixth Jesse edition, 1884, publisher’s cloth [Coigney 119]; seventh Jesse edition, 1889, original embossed ‘Bohn’s Libraries’ green cloth (and again in gilt to foot of spine), which differs from Coigney’s copy [Coigney 146]; ninth Jesse edition, 1900, green cloth, ‘Bohn’s Libraries’ [Coigney 205]. (4) £150 - £200

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4387 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Jesse edition, London: Henry G. Bohn, 1856, publisher’s embossed red cloth [Coigney 71]; two copies of the second Jesse edition, 1861 (one in publisher’s embossed green cloth, the other in green half-calf with crushed morocco title label) [Coigney 79], two copies of the fourth Jesse edition, 1876, (one in publisher’s embossed green cloth, the other in recent half-calf ) [Coigney 98] (5) £80 - £120 4388 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Bell, Daldy and Low edition, 1863, publisher’s gilt cloth [Coigney 82]; first Bell and Daldy edition, 1864, publisher’s green gilt cloth [Coigney 83]; second Bell, Daldy and Low edition, 1865, publisher’s gilt cloth [Coigney 84]; first George Bell edition, 1875, full vellum [Coigney 96]; second George Bell edition, 1879, publisher’s green gilt cloth [Coigney 105] (5) £70 - £100 4389 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, two copies of the second Little, Brown edition, 1867 (one in publisher’s gilt green buckram, the other in maroon buckram) [Coigney 89]; two copies of the first Murray edition, 1869 (one in Coigney’s first binding variant of blue gilt cloth, the other in Coigney’s third binding variant of burgundy cloth) [Coigney 91]; the third Little, Brown edition, 1870, publisher’s green gilt cloth with armorial bookplate for John Greenway Jr. [Coigney 93]; the second Murray edition, 1872, publisher’s burgundy cloth [Coigney 94]; the third Nicolas edition, 1875, publisher’s gilt maroon cloth [Coigney 95]; the Ward Lock edition, 1878, publisher’s paper covered boards [Coigney 104]; first Scribner and Welford edition, [1879], blue gilt cloth (binding variation from Coigney) [Coigney 106] (9) £80 - £120

4390 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Stock facsimile, 1876, rebacked brown calf [Coigney 99]; two copies of the second Stock facsimile, 1877, one in full morocco with marbled endpapers bound by Ramage of London and bearing armorial bookplate for Ernest Martineau of Edgbaston in Birmingham, the other handsomely rebound in half calf with marbled boards [Coigney 100]; two copies of the third Stock facsimile, [1880], one in panelled calf (Coigney’s sixth binding variation), the other in paper covered boards (Coigney’s seventh binding variation) [Coigney 110] (5) £80 - £120

4391 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, two copies of the first Davies edition, [1878], one in publisher’s pictorial green cloth (binding as Coigney’s first and second variants), the other in red pictorial cloth (Coigney’s fourth variant but not blue) [Coigney 102]; fifth Davies edition, [1880], publisher’s pictorial brown cloth (different to Coigney’s mustard yellow) [Coigney 111]; seventh Davies edition, 1884, blue cloth with paper title label [Coigney 121]; two copies of the eleventh Davies edition, [1890], one in blue cloth with gilt spine, the other in red pictorial cloth [Coigney 149]; two copies of the fourteenth Davies edition, [1895], one in blue cloth with blind-embossed ‘58’ to lower board (as per Coigney), the other in grey/blue worn cloth [Coigney 168] (8) £80 - £120 4392 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Crowell edition, New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, [1884], publisher’s gilt green cloth [Coigney 120]; third Crowell edition, [1893], in Coigney’s second binding variant of burgundy cloth [Coigney 161]; fourth Crowell edition, [1898], publisher’s gilt red cloth [Coigney 187]; sixth Crowell edition, [1898], embossed “Astor Edition” maroon cloth [Coigney 189]; tenth Crowell edition, [1900], unusual reverse calf binding with pictorial design of gentleman reading to upper board [Coigney 199] (5) £80 - £120 131


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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4393 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Cassell edition, 1886, publisher’s printed boards [Coigney 129]; second Cassell edition, 1886, publisher’s printed paper boards [Coigney 130]; third Cassell edition, [1886], printed paper covers [Coigney 131]; Alden (sixth Cassell edition), 1889, gilt blue cloth [Coigney 147]; two copies of the eighth Cassell edition, 1891 (one in printed paper wrappers, the other in embossed blue cloth) [Coigney 151]; tenth Cassell edition, [1892], publisher’s embossed grey cloth [Coigney 160]; eleventh Cassell edition, 1898, embossed blue cloth [Coigney 184]; two copies of the eighteenth Cassell edition, 1909 (one in red & black cloth, the other a variant binding in gilt green cloth) [Coigney 245] (10) £60 - £100 4394 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, third Nimmo edition, London: John C. Nimmo, 1889. Publisher’s gilt green cloth with illustrations of fish to upper board, top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. [Coigney 143]. Together with the fourth Nimmo edition, 1896, half crushed morocco with marbled boards, raised bands, gilt title and angling motifs to spine, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers, bookplate for Jeffrey Norton (with trout taking fly). [Coigney 177]. (2) £60 - £80 4395 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, second Baker & Taylor facsimile, [1885], publisher’s heavily embossed boards, worn [Coigney 125]; fourth Baker & Taylor facsimile, [1888], embossed boards lacking spine, [Coigney 138]; two copies of the eighth Bethune edition, 1891 (one in publisher’s gilt burgundy cloth, the other in pinkish grey) [Coigney 153] (4) £60 - £80 4396 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, fifth Lowell edition, in two volumes, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1892, publisher’s gilt blue cloth [Coigney 156]; sixth Lowell edition, 1898, gilt olive green cloth with angling motifs to spine [Coigney 186]; eighth Lowell edition, in two volumes, [1906], oxblood cloth with title in black (not gilt as in Coigney’s copy) [Coigney 233]; ninth Lowell edition, 1912, publisher’s red cloth [Coigney 254] (6) £50 - £80 132

4397 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, third Lovell edition, [1895], maroon cloth with gilt title and ‘Oxford Edition’ to spine (first recorded by Coigney) [Coigney 170]; first Scott edition, [1895], publisher’s gilt green cloth [Coigney 171]; second Scott edition, [1895], stained blue cloth with paper title label [Coigney 172]; three copies of the first Lovell Coryell edition, [1892] (two variations in gilt blue cloth, the third in maroon) [Coigney 159]; tenth Ephemera edition, [1893], gilt maroon cloth [Coigney 162]; first Gibbings (tenth Davies) edition, 1890, gilt turquoise cloth [Coigney 148]; second Gibbings (thirteenth Davies) edition, 1895, gilt olive green cloth [Coigney 167] (9) £60 - £80

4400 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, first Caldwell edition, [1897], publisher’s gilt maroon cloth [Coigney 183]; second Burt edition, 1900, publisher’s gilt maroon cloth [Coigney 202]; second McClurg edition, 1900, publisher’s gilt pictorial blue cloth [Coigney 203]; two copies of the first Macmillan edition, 1901, in two variations of publisher’s gilt red cloth [Coigney 207]; second Macmillan edition, 1906, blue cloth [Coigney 234]; third Macmillan, 1925, blue cloth [Coigney 280]; first Buchan / Methuen edition, 1901, red cloth [Coigney 208]; first Gay & Bird edition, 1901, embossed green cloth [Coigney 209]; Brentano’s (third Gay & Bird) edition, 1901, full calf [Coigney 213] (10) £40 - £60

4398 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton.The Complete Angler, two copies of the first Lang edition, London: J. M. Dent, 1896, publisher’s gilt pictorial green cloth (one with remnants of the original dustjacket) [Coigney 174]; two copies of the first Le Gallienne edition, 1896, publisher’s pictorial cloth with untrimmed page edges [Coigney 179]; second Le Gallienne edition, 1897, pictorial cloth [Coigney 180]; two copies of the Pearson (fifteenth Davies) edition, 1899 (one in publisher’s embossed red cloth, the other in half crushed morocco with marbled boards and marbled endpapers) [Coigney 190]; the Hurst edition, [1903], gilt red cloth [Coigney 221]; fourteenth Cassell but with halftitle referred to by Horne and with different binding (red cloth) [possibly Coigney 226] (9) £60 - £90

4401 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, collection of 26 Everyman editions, comprising: first, 1906 [Coigney 236]; third, 1908 [Coigney 242]; fifth, 1913 [Coigney 257]; fourth, 1911 [Coigney 249]; two copies of the fifth, 1913 [Coigney 257]; two copies of the sixth, 1916 [Coigney 266]; two copies of the seventh, 1920 [Coigney 269]; two copies of the ninth, 1928 [Coigney 297]; tenth, 1932, green binding variant not listed by Coigney [Coigney 315]; tenth, 1932 [Coigney 315]; three copies of the eleventh, 1932, including green binding not listed by Coigney [Coigney 316]; two copies of the twelfth, 1939 [Coigney 336]; two copies of the thirteenth, 1944 [Coigney 352]; two copies of the fifteenth, 1947 [Coigney 370]; sixteenth, 1953 [Coigney 385]; two copies of the seventeenth, 1958 [Coigney 393] (26) £50 - £80

4399 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, two copies of the first Dobson edition, 1899 (one in gilt green calf, the other in blue as per Coigney’s second variation) [Coigney 193]; second Dobson edition, 1902, gilt olive green cloth [Coigney 214]; three copies of the third Dobson edition, 1905 (two variations of publisher’s blue cloth, the third in gilt green) [Coigney 229]; first Rouse abridged edition, 1906, publisher’s printed cloth covers, scarce [Coigney 235] (7) £60 - £80

4402 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, second James Thorpe illustrated edition, New York & London: Hodder & Stoughton, [1911]. Regular state in publisher’s green pictorial cloth, tipped-in colour plates, good clean condition, a few marks to spine. [Coigney 251] Together with the fifth Thorpe edition, [1920], worn cloth [Coigney 271]; the sixth Thorpe edition, 1925, quarter green cloth [Coigney 282]; the seventh Thorpe edition, 1925, quarter green cloth with discoloured/worn dust-jacket [Coigney 283] (4) £80 - £120

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4403 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, second Arthur Rackham illustrated edition, London: George G. Harrap, 1931, discoloured gilt green cloth with dust-jacket as found [Coigney 313]. Together with the third Rackham illustrated edition, Philadelphia: David McKay, 1931, gilt green cloth [Coigney 314] (2) £70 - £90 4404 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, first Daglish illustrated edition, London: Thornton Butterworth Limited, 1927. Publisher’s cloth binding with untrimmed page edges, featuring 16 mounted woodcuts by E. Fitch Daglish, protective captioned tissue-guards, gift inscription for Christmas 1939 to half-title. Contents good and bright, some discolouration to endleaves and light spotting to boards. [Coigney 295]. Together with the second Daglish illustrated edition, New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, 1927, publisher’s quarter-cloth with pasted woodcut to upper board, in similar condition with wear to corners [Coigney 296]; the Heritage/Nonesuch edition, New York: Heritage Press, London: Nonesuch Press, 1936, publisher’s pictorial gilt blue cloth, bookplate for H. M. Stecker, good clean copy [Coigney 324]; two copies of the second Grosset & Dunlap Special Edition, 1937, publisher’s blue cloth, one bearing bookplate for Jeffrey Norton, some toning and discolouration to boards [Coigney 330] (5) £60 - £90 4405 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, two copies of the first W. Lee Hankey illustrated edition, London & Edinburgh, 1913 (one in publisher’s reversed red calf, the other in green coarse cloth), top edge gilt, remainder untrimmed, contemporary owner inscriptions, some light spotting with a little wear and discolouration to bindings [Coigney 261]. Together with the Wellcome Facsimile edition, 1907, full calf with embossed title and illustration of hooked fish, untrimmed page edges, generally good and bright with slight splitting to upper joints [Coigney 241] (3) £50 - £70

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4406 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, two copies of the Routledge Dutton edition, 1905, publisher’s gilt maroon cloth with illustrations of fish to upper board [Coigney 228]; the eighth Lowell edition, in two volumes, [1906], publisher’s gilt maroon cloth [Coigney 233]; two copies of the third Burt edition, [1905], gilt maroon cloth [Coigney 227]; the fifth Burt edition, [1913], gilt maroon cloth [Coigney 258]; the sixth Burt edition, [1915], gilt maroon cloth [Coigney 263] (8) £60 - £80 4407 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, fourth Le Gallienne edition, [1923] [Coigney 275]; fourth Le Gallienne edition, [1923] [Coigney 275]; fifth Le Gallienne edition, 1923 [Coigney 276]; sixth Le Gallienne edition, 1926 [Coigney 290]; ninth Le Gallienne edition, 1938 [Coigney 331]; seventh Le Gallienne edition, 1931 [Coigney 309]; eighth Le Gallienne edition, 1931 [Coigney 310]; ninth Le Gallienne edition, 1938 [Coigney 331]; the first Grosset & Dunlap edition, [1937], with slipcase [Coigney 328]; the first Odhams Press edition, [1936] [Coigney 325]; two copies of the second Odhams Press edition, [1938] [Coigney 335]; two copies of the third Marston edition, 1915, red cloth and blue cloth [Coigney 264]; two copies of the Gough & Balston edition, 1915 (one in maroon gilt cloth appears to be a previously unrecorded binding) [Coigney 265]; two copies of the fifth Nicolas edition, 1903 (one in Coigney’s first binding variant of purple cloth, the other in Coigney’s third variant of red leather [Coigney 217]; the fourth Buchan edition, 1935 (the last entry in Oliver’s bibliography) [Coigney 321]; the sixth Buchan edition, 1960 [Coigney 397]; the Scott-Thaw edition, 1903 [Coigney 219]; the second Methuen edition, 1903 [Coigney 220]; two copies of the sixteenth Davies edition, [1930] (one in scarce dust-jacket) [Coigney 304]; the Zephyr Books (14th Everyman) edition, 1945 [Coigney 363]; two copies of the Classics Book Club edition, 1952 [Coigney 384]; the Vane edition, 1948 [Coigney 377]; the Edwards edition, 1948 [Coigney 376]; the seventh Burt edition, [1918] [Coigney 267]; the fourteenth Burt edition, [1927] [Coigney 292]; the second Nelson edition, 1926 [Coigney 288]; third Nelson edition, 1927, scarce [Coigney 294]; seventh Nelson edition, 1948 [Coigney 372]; eighth Nelson edition, [1954] [Coigney 390]; ninth Nelson edition, [1961], vellum binding [Coigney 398]; first Modern Library edition, 1939, with dust-jacket [Coigney 337]; the Collier edition, 1962 [Coigney 404] (37) £150 - £200

4408 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, illustrated by Boyd Hanna, Mount Vernon: The Peter Pauper Press, [1947]. Special presentation copy, ‘Presented by Illinois Gear & Machine Company, Chicago’, the space marked ‘especially for’ remaining blank/unused, in full crushed red & green morocco with small portrait of Walton to upper board, top edge gilt, green silk endpapers, illustrated with woodcuts. Together with another copy of the same in publisher’s quarter-cloth with pictorial boards [Coigney 369], and two copies of the Heritage Club edition, New York, 1938, pictorial cloth, one with slipcase [Coigney 332] (4) £80 - £120 4409 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, ‘A Sermon on Content’, abridged edition, Ernst Hertzberg and Sons, Monastery Hill Bindery, Christmas, 1942, publisher’s stitched paper wrappers [Coigney 346]; the first penguin edition, 1939 [Coigney 338]; the Dolphin edition, 1961 [Coigney 399]; the first A. & C. Black edition, 1937 [Coigney 327]; two copies of the second A. & C. Black edition, 1945 [Coigney 358]; three copies of the A. & C. Black edition, 1950 [Coigney 381]; fourth A. & C. Black edition, 1963 [Coigney 406]; the first Collins edition, 1908 [Coigney 244]; third Collins edition, 1925 [Coigney 284]; two copies of the sixth Collins edition, 1934 (one with yellow dust-jacket but top edge not gilt as in Coigney’s copy) [Coigney 319]; seventh Collins edition, 1937 [Coigney 329]; the fourth Buchan edition, 1935 [Coigney 321]; two copies of the fifth Buchan edition, 1951 (one in blue cloth with green dust-jacket, the other in red leather variant not described by Coigney) [Coigney 382]; two copies of the first Folio Society edition, 1949 (one in green cloth with grey slipcase, the other with worn grey dust-jacket) [Coigney 379]; the second Folio Society edition, 1962 [Coigney 402]; the Eugene Burns abridged edition, 1953 [Coigney 388]; the second Navarre Society edition, 1948, with dust-jacket missing in Coigney’s copy [Coigney 373]; the third Navarre Society edition, 1953 [Coigney 386] (24) £60 - £90

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4412 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, collection of editions not listed by Coigney (or differing in some way from those listed by Coigney), comprising: Frederick Warne, “Chandos Classics”, not 1888 as inscribed in pencil, doesn’t appear to be recorded (no mention elsewhere of the Lansdowne advertisements to front and rear pastedown), publisher’s maroon buckram with ‘58’ blind-stamped to upper board; first Lowell edition, c.1889, Little, Brown, & Company, but unlike Coigney’s [144] because the title page bears no date, publisher’s red cloth; the first Cassell edition, 1886, bound together with two other Cassell titles from the same year (Sermon’s on the Card and Childe Harold), not recorded by Coigney; a Cassell edition, c.1886, bound together with the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, recorded by Coigney for the first time in his addenda; an edition published in Philadelphia by John C. Winston Co., (no reference in Coigney), full leather with upper board detached; Cassell edition, 1905, in publisher’s reversed calf, not listed by Coigney but referred to: ‘Both Horne and Oliver list a Cassell reprint dated 1905 which they have not seen and cannot describe, the only listing which mentions it being the catalogue of C. W. Bushell’s Private Angling Library (Australia), probably confused with this edition (No.226). It is therefore not listed here.’; a Davies edition not recorded by Coigney, which lists 75 Chandos Classics to front pastedown (Coigney’s 103 lists 50, and his 107 lists 78); the true Japanese second edition, Tokyo, Kenkyusha, 1935, not listed by Coigney though he does say the following: ‘The Kenkyusha textbook had probably two more editions between 1926 and 1936; I have not seen a copy of these’ [Coigney, p.245]; a Collins edition not listed by Coigney, with seven pages of advertisements indicating that Illustrated Classics are priced at 2/6 and 5/- (Coigney 293 states 2/- and 4/-); a Nelson edition with all the main features of Coigney 390 (1954), but with gift inscription dated 1950; a Collins edition, no advertisements as in Coigney 329, binding and pages different; an edition published by Gordon Classic Library (no reference in Coigney); two copies of a Modern Library edition not recorded by Coigney, which list ‘362 Outstanding Books’ to verso of dust-jacket (Coigney’s 364 lists 341, and Coigney’s 378 lists 371), along with another Modern Library edition that lists 271, one that lists 281, and one that lists 304 (17) £80 - £150

4413 Walton, izaak; Charles Cotton. The Complete Angler, collection of 20th century / modern editions, comprising: second Heritage Press edition, 1948 [Coigney 375]; third Heritage Press edition, 1976 [Coigney 438]; Easton Press edition, 1976, not listed by Coigney; fourth Rackham illustrated edition, 1975 [Coigney 435]; fifth Rackham edition, 1975 [Coigney 436]; sixth Rackham edition, 1979 [Coigney 443]; Rackham Folio Society, 2000; the Flyfisher’s Classic Library Quarter Centenary Edition, 1993; Rackham, 1985 (not in Coigney); Rackham, 1988; Rackham, 1992; two copies of the first Scolar Press, 1971 [Coigney 424]; second Scolar Press, 1976 [Coigney 437]; Oxford, 2014; Folio Press, 1973 [Coigney 428]; Derrydale Press, 1994; Rackham Flyfisher’s Library, 2003; tenth Le Gallienne, 1985 [Coigney 455]; Le Gallienne, 1990; two copies of Le Gallienne, 1996; fourth Folio Society, 1966 [Coigney 416]; Bevan, 1983 [Coigney 451]; Buchan, 1982; Nottingham Court Press facsimile, 1983 [Coigney 450]; second Penguin, 1985 [Coigney 454]; Senate, 1994; Everyman, 1995; Modern Library, 1996, hardback; Modern Library, 1996, softback; Dover, 1993; Dodo Press, no date; Vane / Lightning Source, no date; 18th Everyman, 1962 [Coigney 401]; 19th Everyman, 1964 [Coigney 407]; three copies of the 20th Everyman, 1965 [Coigney 413]; 21st Everyman, 1970 (hardback not mentioned by Coigney) [Coigney 422]; 23rd Everyman, 1975 [Coigney 434]; 24th Everyman, 1983 [Coigney 449]; Abercrombie & Fitch, 1966 [Coigney 417]; 11th Nelson, 1965 [Coigney 458]; Nelson, vellum, no date; third A. & C. Black facsimile, 1978 [Coigney 440]; Medlar Press, 2002; first World Classics, 1982 [Coigney 447]; Hamlyn, 1987; 7th Buchan, 1967 [Coigney 418] (52) £50 - £80

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4414 Walton, Izaak. Collection comprising: The Complete Angler, Haakon Ameln, Oslo: N. W. Damm & Son, 1943, limited to 400 copies, publisher’s paper wrappers; The Chronicle of The “Compleat Angler” of Izaak Walton and Charles Cotton, by Thomas Westwood, London: W. Satchwell 1883, quarter-calf; Waltoniana, Indebted Remains in Verse and Prose of Izaak Walton, by Richard Herne Shepherd, London: Pickering, 1878, gilt olive green cloth; Walton and Some Earlier Writers on Fish and Fishing, by R. B. Marston, London: Elliot Stock, 1894, gilt green cloth; The Lives...by Izaak Walton, a New Edition, in two volumes, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1805, full contemporary calf; The Lives...by Izaak Walton, London: Henry Washbourne, 1847, full crushed morocco; The Lives...by Izaak Walton, OUP, 1956; Thomas Ken and Izaak Walton, A Sketch of Their Lives, by E. Marston, London: Longmans, 1908, gilt blue cloth; Izaak Walton and His Friends, by Stapleton Martin, London: Chapman and Hall, 1903, gilt green cloth; The Art of The Compleat Angler, by John R. Cooper, Durham: Duke University Press, 1968, green cloth with dust-jacket; Izaak Walton, A Drama in Four Parts, by Charles Dance, Meadow Run Press, 2000, red cloth with slipcase; Izaak Walton’s Literary Legacy, by Robert Guiver, 2012; Staffordshire Worthies, by Frederick Wm. Hackwood, Stafford & Birmingham: Chronicle, 1911 (the first two chapters on Walton and Cotton), publisher’s cloth (14) £80 - £120 4415 izaak Walton, A New Bibliography, by Rodolphe L. Coigney, limited edition numbered 319 of 500 and signed by the author to colophon, New York: James Cummins, 1989. Publisher’s red cloth with dust-jacket. Together with two copies of A New Chronicle of The Compleat Angler, by Peter Oliver, New York & London: Paisley Press / Williams & Norgate, 1936, blue cloth, one ex-library. (3) £50 - £80

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4416 Josephus, Flavius. The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, The Jewish Historian, by William Whiston, in four volumes, London: D. Browne, 1755. Full contemporary calf with oxblood morocco title labels, large folding map of Palestine, plus a further five folding plates/maps, armorial bookplates for Henry & Anne Rebecca Collins. Contents good and bright, bindings solid with some wear to headcaps/spines/corners (4) Four volumes by “Flavius Josephus of the Antiquities of the Jews” 1755 (complete) maps, and printed items £150 - £250 4417 Bindings: Collection of 16 leather-bound books, 20th-century works of fiction and non-fiction, all bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe with the exception of one by Cornish Brothers, Birmingham. Decorative bindings including tan, red, blue and green halfleather, a few with contrasting labels, raised bands, gilt titles, marbled endpapers (16) £200 - £300 4418 Supernatural / Spiritualism / Ghost interest. Ministering Spirits, A X’mas Book for Spiritualist Children, by Bessie Russell-Davies, London: Printed by J. Wrench, no date. Very scarce. Publisher’s red buckram with gilt title to upper board. Together with The Phrenological & Physiological Register, bearing owner inscriptions for 1903. and a little booklet for The Foleshill Spiritual Society in Coventry, dated 1908 (3) £50 - £80 4419 Johnson, Samuel. A Dictionary of the English Language, tenth edition, London: T. Longman et al., 1794. Later half-leather and buckram binding with gilt title, contents generally good and bright for age, occasional light discolouration/marks £100 - £150 4420 Railway interest. The Official Tourist’s Picturesque Guide to the London & North-Western Railway, edited by G. Shaw, London: Norton and Shaw, [1876]. Publisher’s pictorial gilt blue cloth, frontispiece portrait of George Stephenson, 10 folding maps and numerous plates £50 - £70

4421 Fleming, ian. The Man with the Golden Gun, first edition, London: Jonathan Cape, 1965, not price clipped (18s), dustjacket designed by Richard Chopping, publisher’s black cloth with gilt title to spine. Contents good, clean and bright, slight wear to headcaps/corners. Together with On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, second impression, London: Jonathan Cape, April 1963, with dust-jacket (2) £80 - £120 4422 A collection of photographs, predominantly early-20th century portraits but including a few earlier carte-de-visites/cabinet cards by the likes of Maull & Fox. To include a profile portrait of a gentleman by Dorothy Wilding (bearing her Birmingham studio label to verso), and a portrait of a young lady (possibly a self-portrait) by Rita Martin, in original grey wrappers bearing her name and the address 74 Baker Street, W. The collection housed in a blue wrap-around folder bearing pictorial design, ‘Sun Pictures, Prize Album 1893’ £100 - £150 4423 The Story of the Wreck of the Titanic, Memorial Edition, edited by Marshall Everett, 1912. Owner inscription dated May 29th 1912, publisher’s cloth £50 - £70 4424 Archive of material relating to Maple & Co. furniture design, predominantly photographs but also original ink and pencil drawings, most bearing catalogue/reference numbers, also photographs showing the gentleman (vendor’s grandfather) who worked for the company during the Edwardian era through to the 1930s and who owned this collection. Housed in a twin-handled mahogany box Provenance: Vendor’s grandfather, Herbert Wallace Short, worked at Maple & Co. as a furniture designer and lived at Kensington Gardens £100 - £150 135


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4425 A unique collection of autographs and artwork by celebrities and notable figures including pop stars, artists, sports personalities, actors, authors, comedians, designers. The collection was put together by the late Karen Gammon and began life as her contribution to a Millennium Art Exhibition designed to raise money for a number of different charities (nominated by the celebrities). Karen sent a button to each celebrity and asked them to design a piece of art around it. Many of the designs are appropriate for the figure in question and represent the very thing they are famous for. The collection includes: J. K. Rowling (who has sketched three silhouettes flying around her button on broomsticks, one clearly being Harry Potter wearing a scarf ); Mary Fedden RA (who has sketched a cat holding her button in a flower); Sir Paul McCartney (who has produced a humorous cartoon with the button as a nose); Dame Elizabeth Blackadder RA (who has used her buttons in a vibrant watercolour drawing of a lizard); Sir Stirling Moss (who has turned his button into a steering wheel); Grayson Perry RA (who has turned his buttons into figures being hanged); Mary Quant (who has incorporated her button into a sketch of a dress); Antony Gormley RA (who has drawn a tiny figure holding up his button); Lord Lichfield (self-portrait taking a photograph with the button as his camera); Nick Park (who has drawn a cartoon of Gromit with the button as his nose); Ronnie Barker (who has used his padlock button in a gag about his wife's handbag); Anthony Green RA (who has incorporated his button into a self-portrait); Phil Collins (who has turned his button into a drum kit); Sir Nicholas Serota (who has depicted his button on a Tate Modern plinth); Dick Francis (who has drawn a horse & jockey jumping over his button); Sir David Jason (who has doodled a wall with 'Del Boy woz 'ere'). The collection, which has been framed, comes with separate paperwork and consent forms relating to the acquisition of the autographs (often signed again), and even press/publicity photographs (many of which are again signed), together with numerous copies of a book that was produced to illustrate and explain the collection, 'Celebrity Button Art - An A to Z of Celebrity Mini Masterpieces', 2010 (with foreword by Bonnie Tyler). In her introduction, Karen states, 'Why art around a button you may ask? I needed a common starting point yet something that would inspire the creation of a mini masterpiece without directing or inhibiting the artist too much. I needed something that was seemingly insignificant by itself but would become an integral part of an imaginative spark of inspiration.' Other artwork/autographs include: Joss Ackland; Jenny Agutter; Peter Amory; Lord Archer; Colin Baker; Jeff Banks; Linda Barker; Sue Barker; Roy Barraclough; Keith Barron; Michael Barrymore; Dame Shirley Bassey; Marquess of Bath; Jeremy Beadle; David Begbie; Sir Tim Berners-Lee; Stephen Beveridge; Maeve Binchy; Roger Black; Honor Blackman; Raymond Blanc; Brenda Blethyn; Patti Boulaye; Peter Bowles; Norman Bowman; Michael Brandon; Sir Richard Branson; Richard Briers; Fern Britton; Pierce Brosnan; Amanda Burton; Jeb Bush; Darcey Bussell; Max Bygraves; Simon Callow; Dame Barbara Cartland; Emma Chambers; Linford Christie; Petula Clark; Granville 'Danny' Clark; Sacha Baron Cohen; Graham Cole; Jackie Collins; Joan Collins; Sir Henry Cooper; Jonathan Cope; David Copperfield; Sir Patrick Cormack; John Craven; Michael Crawford; Bernard Cribbins; Wendy Dagworthy; Jim Dale; Paul Daniels; Alan Davies; Graham Davis; Steve Davis; Dame Judi Dench; Charlie Dimmock; Anita Dobson; Ken Dodd; Deborah Drew; Noel Edmonds; David Essex; Trevor Eve; Mohamed Al Fayed; Sarah (Ferguson), Duchess of York; Anna Ford; Frederick Forsyth; Edward Fox; Paul Franks; Chris Ferdiani; Ben Freeman; Dawn French; Ant Fry; Stephen Fry; Lesley Garrett; William Gaunt; Uri Geller; Susan Georeg; John Glenn; Hannah Gordon; David Gower; Robson Green; Bob Grose; Lloyd Grossman; Gareth Hale; Christine Hamilton; Neil Hamilton; Susan Hampshire; Nick Hancock; John Hannah; Ainsley Harriott; Tony Hart; Nigel Havers; Sir Nigel Hawthorne; Sir Jack Hayward; Tim Healy; David Hedison; Lenny Henry; Jack Higgins; Harry Hill; Katy Hill; Ian Hislop; Peter Howson; Roy Hudd; Patrick Hughes; Gareth Hunt; Konnie Huq; John Inman; Glenda Jackson; Sir Derek Jacobi; Sue Johnston; Lesley Joseph; Handy Andy Kane; Sam Kane; Kevin Keegan; Penelope Keith; Matthew Kelly; Ian Kelsey; Felicity Kendal; Alex Kingston; Michael Kitchen; Jack Klugman; Nick Knowles; Twiggy Lawson; John Le Carre; Jay Leno; Gary Lineker; Desmond Llewelyn;Laurence Llewelyn Bowen; Andrew Logan; Joanna Lumley; Cherie Lunghi; Linda Lusardi; Simon MacCorkindale; Aggie Mackenzie; Mary Elizaebth Mastrantonio; Ally McCoist; Martine McCutcheon; Debbie McGee, Ewan McGregor; Anne McKevitt; Ian McShane; George Melly; Alessandro Mendini; Sarah Miles; Stuart Miles; Albert II, Sovereign Prince of Monaco; Sir Patrick Moore; Desmond Morris; Dame Peggy Mount; Bill Mundy; Nina Nannar; Paul Nicholas; Bill Nighy; John Noakes; Graham Norton; Daniel O'Donnell; Paul O'Grady; Jamie Oliver; Tamzin Outhwaite; Nick Owen; Norman Pace; Jane Packer; Cesar Pelli; Marti Pellow; Gervase Phinn; Jonathan Pryce; Suzi Quatro; Gary Rhodes; Anneka Rice; Sir Cliff Richard; Fay Ripley; William Roache; Anne Robinson; Tamara Rojo; Michel Roux; Phillip Schofield; Jenny Seagrove; Martin Shaw; Tessa Shaw; Jeremy Sheffield; Frank Skinner; Carol Smilie; Nicholas Smith; Jeremy Spake; Tommy Steele; Clive Swift; Chris Tarrant; Gwen Taylor; Simon Thomas; Emma Thompson; Linda Thorson; Alan Titchmarsh; Oliver Tobias; Richard Todd; Philip Treacy; Bonnie Tyler; Rory Underwood; Phil Vickery; Carol Vorderman; Rick Wakeman; Karen Walker; Tommy Walsh; Julie Walters; Zoe Wanamaker; John Wardley; Paul Warriner; Pete Waterman; Ruby Wax; Denise Welch; Anthony Whishaw RA; Richard Whiteley; Quentin Wilson; Gary WIlmot; Sir Norman Wisdom; Sir Terry Wogan; Victoria Wood; Kim Woodburn; Michael York; Susannah York; Paul Zenon; Patti Boulaye; Emma Chambers; Jackie Collins; Steve Davies; Trevor Eve; John Glenn; Paul Merton; Hilary Neiland; Dame Diana Rigg £3000 - £5000

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4426 Travel / Exploration interest. A Voyage Round the World by George Anson, twelfth edition, London: T. Osborne et al., 1767, folding copper-engraved charts and topographical views throughout, including frontispiece, quarto, contemporary calf boards, rebacked, marbled endpapers, armorial bookplate for Edward Parker of Peterhouse College, Cambridge £500 - £700 4427 Burgess, Anthony. A Clockwork Orange, first edition, London: William Heinemann Ltd, 1962, unclipped dust-jacket (priced 16s), black publisher’s cloth with gilt title to spine. Contents generally good and bright, slight wear/spotting to page edges, dust-jacket worn to headcaps/extremities, slight wear to title at spine £300 - £400 4428 Late-Georgian scrapbook of engravings and clippings relating to hunting/sporting, quarto, halfleather binding with gilt title, ‘Prints Etc. Mainly Sporting 1825-1835’, to include an original watercolour sketch of a gentleman pausing reflectively in his work, signed with initials ‘N.S.’ and dated September 11 1763 Provenance: Vendor is descended from George Powney Thompson who compiled the scrapbook. Some of the articles and portraits relate to Thompson (describing his exploits hog-hunting in India, for example) £80 - £100 4429 Collection of four vellum indentures to include an example from 1646 between William Colmore of Birmingham and Robert Bayliss of Birmingham (English Civil War period), the others 19th century (4) £200 - £300

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4430 Original 1841 guide to the brothels and prostitutes of London: The Swell’s Night Guide through the Metropolis, by the Hon. F. L. G., London: Printed for the Author for Private Circulation by Roger Funnyman, Strand [1841], scarce first edition, with another publisher/bookseller label pasted over the top: ‘Edwards’ Parisian Repository, 183, Fleet Street (Three doors west from Fetter Lane)’. Wood-engraved pictorial title page, frontispiece depicting semi-naked ladies, plus a further 17 plates and smaller vignettes within the text. ‘It is our intention...to present a list of the most beautiful women in London - their names and residences whether kept in private, or trading on “their own bottoms”’. The book describes the clubs, pubs and bars in which prostitutes are to be found (‘The Spotted Horse - Those who like to look upon real flesh and blood women will be here delighted...we hate a living skeleton and would walk a mile to see a pretty woman’), as well as warnings (‘Kelsey’s - A notorious house for the informers...it is situated in Bow Street). The book describes individual prostitutes: ‘Miss Allen...a perfect English beauty...she is in her nineteenth year; of symmetrical form...no one will regret passing an hour in her company, and drinking deep at that “mystic fountain” of human pleasure’; ‘Mrs Buchan...she is about twenty-nine years of age; remarkably well formed, and possessing a pair of black eyes, bright enough to lead an anchorite to the path of error’; ‘Mrs Smith...a very agreeable woman...in addition to pouting lips, which would tempt an anchorite, has a knack of coaxing a customer into a purchase which is novel and delightful. We recommend a trial’; ‘Eliza Birch...resides in Buckingham Street, Fitzroy Square. Our heroine is a pretty, a very pretty woman, and, what is more, is possessed of considerable accomplishments, having received an excellent education’; ‘Rose Paris...her bust is full and voluptuous, and is really a cradle for all the loves to dwell’; ‘Miss Allison...her mouth is cast in the very mould of perfection, while her lips’ rosy tinge would lure a hermit to wish to brush their dew’; ‘Mrs Brougham...she is now verging fast into the “sear and yellow leaf” of time...she numbers amongst her admirers, a goodly train of sighing swains, who appear to enjoy the possession of a dame “fair, fat, and fifty”, amongst whom we might, if we wished, name a certain amorous member of the highest class of the nobility’. The book closes with a useful guide to contemporary London criminal slang (‘Explanation of the Flash Words Now in Use in the Metropolis’), for example: ‘Academy - A Brothel’; ‘Angels - Young Unmarried Women’; ‘Anointed - Ripe for Mischief’; ‘Barking Irons Pistols’; ‘Beaks’ Men - Police Officers’; ‘Betty - Picklock Key’; ‘Bit of Muslin - A Sweetheart’; ‘Blow the Gab - To Inform Against a Person’; ‘Bolt the Moon - Cheating the Landlord’; ‘Bunch of Fives - Closed Fists’; ‘Cag Mag - Bad Meat’; ‘Canary Bird - Inmate of a Prison’; ‘Dimper Mot - An Enchanting Girl’; ‘Drawing a Wiper - Stealing a Handkerchief’; ‘Dub the Jigger - Fasten the Door’; ‘Giving Turnips Cutting an Acquaintance’; ‘Glue - A Fashionable Disease’; ‘Hempen Widow - The Wife of a Man Hanged’; ‘Lightning - English Gin’; ‘Low Water Mark - Little or No Money’; ‘Lumber a Ticker - To Pawn a Watch’; ‘Moisten Your Chaffer - To Drink’; ‘Monkey Up - Violent Passion’; ‘On the Mallet - Goods on Tick’; ‘Wet the Other Eye Another Glass’. Publisher’s cloth with gilt title to upper board (‘Swell’s Guide’), a little worn with old repairs to headcaps/extremities; contents with general discolouration and marks, occasional folded corners, contemporary inscriptions to rear endleaves, some pages becoming loose but appears complete (151 pages, not including title/frontispiece or endleaves) £800 - £1200

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4433 4431 Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri. Elles, limited edition numbered 1241 of 1250, London: Toulouse-Lautrec Circle, 1969, folio, complete with slipcase £100 - £150 4432 Radclyffe, Charles William. Memorials of Rugby, Printed by Day and Haghe, Lithographers to the Queen, first edition, Rugby: J. S. Crossley, 1843. Folio, 24 plates (hand-coloured lithographic illustrations), list of subscribers, red & black title page, contemporary half crushed morocco with raised bands, pale yellow endpapers, loosely inserted invoice from George Over Limited, Booksellers, Rugby, dated 9 April 1954. Plates generally good and bright, some foxing and discolouration in places (mainly confined to opening and closing leaves), front free endpaper and title page detached, some wear to spine and splitting to joints £100 - £150 4433 Eric Revilious (illus). High Street, written by J.M Richards, illustrated by Eric Revilious, first edition, London: Country Life, printed at the Curwen Press 1938, colour lithographic plates as called for, bespoke contemporary binding in blue & grey gilt cloth by Gordon Booth, A.R.C.A, and bearing his bookplate £500 - £800

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4434 Siegfried Sassoon (1886-1967), one of the leading English poets of the First World War, collection to include two autograph letters and three signed books. Letter in black ink on headed paper (Heytesbury House, Wiltshire), dated 18 February 1948: ‘Dear Miss Rodgers, I have signed 3 of your books. There is no point in my signing them all. I am sending you a copy of Sherston’s Progress to make up for it. I can sympathise with your father about the petrol problem, as I suffer from it myself. But my curses are directed at the entire Government & the 700,000 petty officials who bully us! Yours sincerely, Siegfried Sassoon’. Another letter on Heytesbury House paper, dated 8 January 1948: ‘I am glad that my books have given you pleasure...How wise you are to escape from machines - which, to my mind, are more of a curse than an advantage to modern life’, with postmarked envelope addressed to Miss D. Rodgers in Derbyshire. Siegfried’s Journey, third impression, London: Faber and Faber, 1947, signed in black ink to title page. The Old Century, fifth impression, London: Faber and Faber, 1946, signed in black ink to title page. The Weald of Youth, second impression, London: Faber and Faber, 1942, signed in black ink to title page. Together with My First Horse (1947), Memoirs of an Infantry Officer (1947), Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man (1944), Meredith (1948), and Sherston’s Progress (1945), not signed (10) Provenance: Vendor’s mother, a fan of Sassoon, was the recipient of the correspondence £300 - £500

4435 Reiss, Heinrich. Missale Romanum, Vienna: 1872. Exquisitely bound in full crushed red morocco with colour panels and elaborate gilt detail, cut glass inserts, gauffered gilt edges, patterned endpapers, brass clasps, binder’s name in gilt (‘Chatelin’). Illustrated with incredibly vibrant woodcuts heightened with gilt. A bold and impressive publication, reminiscent of illuminated manuscripts of the 14th and 15th century (Reiss based the work on examples he had studied in the former Vienna Court Library and in libraries in Bavaria). Scarce. Contents very good, clean, and bright, very occasional pale spotting; binding very good, tight and solid, a couple of little spots of wear at spine. Housed in a worn morocco solander box £300 - £500 4436 Bell’s British Theatre, in eight volumes, London: John Bell, 1776, full contemporary calf with contrasting red & black morocco title labels, raised bands, marbled endpapers, armorial bookplates for Edmund Rolfe Finch. Together with two volumes of The London Stage; Essay on the History of Civil Society, by Adam Ferguson, fifth edition, London: T. Cadell, 1782; Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste, by Archibald Alison, Vol.II only, Edinburgh: Bell & Bradfute, 1811; The Works of William Hogarth, by Rev. John Trusler, London: E. T. Brain, no date (13) £60 - £80 4437 WW2 / Military interest. Die Handelsflotten der Welt, 1942, German WW2 u-boat handbook, scarce. Quartercloth (slight splitting) and printed boards, contents good and clean, front free endpaper trimmed at top (probably to remove owner inscription) £200 - £300

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4438 Visitors book for The Links, Hythe, formerly belonging to Charles Cheers Wakefield, 1st Viscount Wakefield (18591941), bound in full leather (worn) bearing raised initials, ‘CCW’, to upper board, along with armorial crest and ‘The Links Hythe’. The book is partially filled, containing ten pages of entries dated 1922 to 1924, including the signatures/ autographs of distinguished politicians, industrialists, pioneers of the motor industry, WW1 veterans, authors and royalty. To include: Sir William Letts, pioneer of the light steam car; W. R. Inge, English author nominated for the Nobel Prize three times; Sir Maurice Jenks, Lord Mayor of London; Sir Robert Perks, Liberal politician; Sir H. B. Cohen, 2nd Baron of Highfield; Douglas Vickers, industrialist; Louis Greig, Equerry to Prince Albert; Prince Albert, Duke of York (later King George VI); lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (wife of King George VI); Herbert G Ponting, photographer on the Terra Nova South Pole expedition with Captain Scott; Group Captain Lionel W. B. Rees VC, and others £200 - £300

4439 Cheyne, George. Philosophical Principles of Natural Religion: Containing the Elements of Natural Philosophy, and Proofs for Natural Religion, Arising from them, first edition, London: George Strahan, 1705. The book deals with subjects such as astronomy, referring to Isaac Newton (an acquaintance of the author), and ‘the ‘Origination of this World, and of Mankind’. Contemporary calf, no leaves before title page or after Finis. Early Science / Philosophy Interest £150 - £200

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4441 A set of prints published by Keran La Yesod of Israel, 1920s Palestine, copyright 1927 £200 - £300

4440 A very scarce English hunting book published during the reign of Queen Anne: [Smith, John]. The Experienc’d Fowler: Or, The Gentleman’s Recreation, London: Printed for G. Conyers at the Golden Ring and J. Sprint in Little Britain, 1704. Text complete with publisher’s advertisement for The True Art of Angling to final page. Featuring hand-coloured woodcut frontispiece and three further woodcut illustrations within the text. The book includes a manuscript footnote to p.83 regarding ‘Bat-Fowling’: ‘This must be done in a very dark night when there is no wind’. Owner inscriptions to endleaves: ‘Thomas Davenport’s Book - bought March 3rd 1769 - If let loose and you it find, I pray you be so good and kind, As to restore it me again, And I will pay you for your pain’. The book provides instructions on catching birds with ‘nets’, ‘lime-rods’, ‘snares and springes’, low-bells’, ‘lights’, ‘trammel’, ‘baits’, ‘trap-cages’. It also explains how ‘to make birds sing in Autumn and Winter’; ‘to make a hen lay soon, and fast’; ‘the speediest way to fatten poultry’, ‘to fatten herons, pewits, gulls, and bitterns’. There is a section entitled ‘The Compleat Vermin-killer’, with instructions for destroying weasels, moles, snakes, polecats, earwigs, nits, flies. For example, to kill snakes or adders: ‘Take the largest Radishes, pare them small, and sprinkle them near their haunts, and eating of them they will dye. If you would handle Snakes without danger, wash your hands in the Juice of Raddish, and they will not bite you. To gather them in one place, take a handful of Onions, and about ten River Crab-fish, pound these together, and this mixture laid near their Haunts, will gather them together, so that you may destroy them.’ Complete, contents with discolouration, ink stains and spill-burn; binding worn with crude old restoration as found £150 - £200

4442 Derbyshire History interest. Lysons, Daniel and Samuel Lysons. Magna Britannia, Volume the Fifth, Derbyshire, London: Cadell & Davies, 1817. Extra illustrated edition featuring 68 engraved plates, some folding, plus engraved heraldic shields within the text. Full contemporary calf, rebacked with the original spine laid down, bearing gilt crests to upper and lower boards and the spine for Hudson Gurney (1775-1864), the English antiquary of Keswick Hall in Norfolk £80 - £120 4443 Collection of autograph letters contributed to the publication of ‘First Memories of the Famous’, a book compiled and edited by Jill Bernhardi, and illustrated by Mark Wilde, to raise funds for Macmillan in 1996. The collection includes politicians, actors, and sports personalities. The letters some handwritten, some typewritten describe an earliest memory. To include: Paddy Ashdown, Tony Benn, Tony Blair, Dame Barbara Cartland, Winston S Churchill MP, Petula Clark, Dame Judi Dench, Neil Kinnock, Joanna Lumley, Patrick Moore, Joanna Trollope, and others. Most letters are on headed paper relating to the individual. To include original ink cartoons used as illustrations in the book, and a copy of the published book itself. Not all of the names in the published book are included in the collection of letters. Being sold on behalf of Macmillan Cancer Support £200 - £400 4444 Association copy. Gay, John. The Beggar’s Opera, London: Jacob and Richard Tonson, 1761. Full contemporary calf, rebacked, gilt oxblood morocco ownership title to upper board, Beggars Opera, I. Fawcett, 1765, indicating that the book belonged to actor John Fawcett who appeared at Drury Lane 23 September 1760 as Filch in the Beggar’s Opera, father of John Fawcett (17681837), also actor and playwright. Georgian Opera/Drama/Theatre Interest £100 - £150

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4445 Derbyshire History interest. A collection of vellum indentures and deeds, predominantly mid- to late-19th century, relating to Saint Werburgh, Morley, Alvaston, Ashley Hay, Duffield, Melbourne, various streets in Derby (including Carrington Street, Liversage Street), a couple relating to pubs (King’s Head Inn, Hilton; Rowditch Inn, Uttoxeter Road, Derby), mostly probates and wills. Approx. 40, housed in a tin trunk. Full list available on request £60 - £80 4446 Dickens, Charles. Oliver Twist; Or, The Parish Boy’s Progress, by “Boz”, first edition, in three volumes, London: Richard Bentley, 1838. Octavo, publisher’s brown/plum embossed cloth with gilt titles to spines, pale yellow endpapers with bookseller’s ticket to each pastedown (‘Sold by J. Brown, Penrith’), half-titles to Vol.I and Vol.II with advertisement to verso of each, four pages of advertisements to rear of Vol.I (worn with loss at edges, originally uncut), two pages of advertisements preceding frontispiece of Vol.III, 24 etched plates by George Cruikshank (including frontispieces), the “fireside” plate appears to be a replacement, bindings have a little wear and shelflean, some general discolouration/spotting (3) £800 - £1200 4447 Victorian Valentine, paper lace card with printed romantic verse, complete with original envelope addressed to Miss West of 59 High Street, Worcester, postmarked Worcester Feb 13 1856 (Penny Red stamp) with red wax seal. Discovered by the vendor behind oak panelling when working on an old property in Godstone, Surrey £30 - £50 4448 Walton, izaak and Charles Cotton. The Compleat Angler, Danish edition, Martins Forlag, 1944, silvered pictorial roach to title page, handsomely bound in half-leather. Together with two other books in similar bindings: Kon-Tiki, Westermann, 1950, and Paa Krydstogt Mod Ny Guinea, 1944 (3) £50 - £80

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4449 Hooker, Richard. The Works in Eight Books of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, with a Life of the Author by Isaac Walton, London: 1705. Folio, contemporary panelled calf boards, rebacked with part of the original spine laid down, engraved portrait of Hooker, engraved pictorial title, red & black title page, a couple of owner inscriptions to endpapers/endleaves with stamps for G. A. Poynder Antiquarian Book Shop in Reading. Contents generally good and bright, restoration to binding. Religion / Theology Interest £80 - £120 4450 Elector Bible (German language, a translation of the New and Old Testaments by Martin Luther), Nuremberg: Wolfgang Endter, 1652. Large folio, illustrated with several copperengraved plates, incomplete with repairs, lacking main title page but does include engraved pictorial title for New Testament (stating publisher details). Rebound but incorporating original embossed vellum boards with brass corners and detached brass clasps. Together with purchase invoice and paperwork from ZentralAntiquariat, April 1962 £150 - £250

4451 Ticket to the funeral of Lord Nelson at St. Paul’s Cathedral, 9 January 1806. ‘Admit the bearer, at the south door, to the galleries in the great nave’. Signed by George Pretyman Tomline, Bishop of Lincoln (Dean of St. Paul’s), ‘G Lincoln’, and bearing the wax seal of the Bishop of London. The ticket is mounted on purple silk with later frame. The ticket measures 7.5cm by 10.5cm. ‘After Nelson’s body had lain in state at the Royal Naval hospital, it was carried in procession down the River Thames to St. Paul’s Cathedral for the funeral ceremony. The service lasted some four hours and at the end the coffin was lowered into the crypt, draped with the ensign of HMS ‘Victory’.’ [Royal Museums Greenwich] £300 - £500

4452 Collection of Victorian Valentine cards, to include “sachets” (sometimes scented sachets were sent instead of cards), four sealed/unopened examples; heart-shaped paper lace cards; numerous cards embellished with gilt and silver decoration and romantic motifs (cupids, arrows, anchors, flowers); a card depicting wedding shoes, inscribed, ‘To be worn when we go to church together’; several chromolithographic examples by Marcus Ward & Co.; four “Vinegar Valentines” (including a hand-coloured lithographic cartoon of a fashionable young lady on a windy beach holding down her dress with added manuscript verse, ‘We wish the wind would blow much higher, To show the foot we so admire’, and another lithographic cartoon of a lady with a movable cotton and silk dress, which lifts up, with verse about her showing ‘so much white stocking’); a postcard inscribed ‘To my Valentine’ and postmarked Feb 13 1902; an envelope postmarked Feb 14 1858 (with Penny Red stamp); a large paper lace envelope addressed to Master Albert Bonus of Kidsbrooke Terrace in Blackheath (postmarked Feb 14 1867 with Twopenny Blue stamp); two large envelopes with scrolling borders of romantic imagery (love hearts, cupids, flowers) addressed to Miss Margaret Burke of St. Mark’s Place, N.Y.; approx 90 items in total, housed in a modern red binder £300 - £400 4453 Orczy, Baroness. The Scarlet Pimpernel, first edition, eighth impression, London: Greening & Co., 1905, publisher’s cloth. Together with The Uncrowned King, first edition, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1935, dust-jacket with wear (2) £100 - £150 4454 London Underground folding pocket guide and map, c.1920s (predating Harry Beck design), slight foxing £30 - £40 4455 Hawkins, Sir John. The Life of Samuel Johnson, second edition, London: J. Buckland et al., 1787. Full contemporary calf with oxblood morocco title label, armorial bookplate for Plummer of Middlestead, small label for Sunderland Hall library, and bookseller ticket for R. D. Steedman, Newcastle upon Tyne. Contents good, clean and bright £100 - £150 141


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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4456 Darwin, Charles. The Descent of Man, second edition, London: John Murray, 1899. Publisher’s buckram with gilt title to spine, a good clean copy £30 - £50 4457 Natural History / Veterinary / Agricultural / Sporting interest. Rural Life, Described and Illustrated, in the Management of of Horses, Dogs, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Poultry, with Authentic Information on All that Relates to Modern Farming, Gardening, Shooting, Angling, by John Sherer, London: The London Printing and Publishing Company, no date [c.1868-1869]. Halfcalf with marbled boards, oxblood morocco title label, marbled endpapers and page edges, extensively illustrated throughout £50 - £80 4458 Travel / Exploration interest. A Narrative of the Loss of His Majesty’s Ship the Litchfield, Captain Barton, on the Coast of Africa, with an Account of the Sufferings of the Captain and the surviving Part of the Crew, in their Slavery under the Emperor of Morocco, by Lieutenant James Sutherland, London: T. Davies, 1768. Contemporary quarter-calf binding (worn) with marbled boards, bookplate for St. Andrew Warde Esquire of Hooton Pagnell. Scarce £200 - £300 4459 Blair, Rev. John. The Chronology and History of the World, London: 1814, folio, contemporary calf (worn) lacking title label to spine, contents generally clean and bright £100 - £150

4460 Spare, Austin Osman. Form Magazine, edited by A. O. Spare and W. H. Davies, Woodcut Number, No. 1, Vol 1, October 1921, together with No.2, Vol.1, November/December 1921, including woodcuts and linocuts, for example Laura Knight (2) £100 - £150

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4461 The Thanks of the United Kingdom to the Army and Navy, Voted by the Houses of Parliament, London: James & Luke James Hansard, 1844. Scarce. Publisher’s embossed gilt buckram with general discolouration, contents generally good with light spotting, opening pages worn and reinforced £80 - £120 4462 Gay, John. Fables by the Late Mr. Gay, In One Volume Complete, London: Printed for S. Crowder, C. Ware, and J. Payne, 1736. Full calf with dark green morocco title label and shelf/library label to spine. Illustrated throughout with woodcuts, some with remnants of early hand-colouring. Contents generally good with age toning, binding worn £40 - £60 4463 Derbyshire History interest. A collection of deeds and indentures (vellum and paper), predominantly 19th century, relating to Matlock, Little Eaton, Trowell, Kegworth, various streets in Derby (Uttoxeter Road, Park Street, Green Lane, Talbot Street), including probates and wills. Approx. 40, housed in tin trunk. Full list available on request £70 - £100 4464 Austen, Jane. Sense and Sensibility, Mansfield Park, and Emma, from the ‘Standard Novels’ series, London: Richard Bentley, 1833. Not uniform bindings (two half-leather, Emma in cloth with handwritten title to spine). Emma bearing bookplate for Fasque; the book was purchased at Taylor’s Auction Rooms in 2008 at the sale of the William Gladstone Library, removed from Fasque, Fettercairn (Fasque was purchased in 1829 by Sir John Gladstone, 1st Baronet, father of William Ewart Gladstone, Prime Minister, who spent much of his childhood there). Engraved frontispiece and pictorial title page to each volume, an additional Standard Novels title page to Mansfield Park and Emma. Contents generally good with occasional discolouration / spotting, bindings have some wear (3) £1000 - £1500 4465 Gayre’s Booke, being A history of the Family of Gayre, four volumes in blue cloth, Vol.I by Phillimore & Co. Ltd., 1948, the other three volumes with different publisher details (4) £40 - £60

4466 Collection of scarce published works comprising: A Shelley Letter: Unfinished, Unsigned, Undated, limited edition (only 14 copies printed), Winchester: Printed by E. H. Blakeney at his Private Press, May 1936, publisher’s grey card covers with black title to upper board, together with another two copies of the same; Tennyson, Alfred. A Welcome, London: Edward Moxon & Co., 1863, 4pp. (single sheet folded), first edition with solid black diamond to title; two copies of a theatre programme for a performance of Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles at the Corn Exchange, Dorchester, 1924, in publisher’s gilt grey paper covers, limited to 25 copies (one numbered 12, the other numbered 20); The Pedigree of Percy Bysshe Shelley, London: Printed for Private Distribution, 1880, limited edition American Issue numbered 24 of 50, paper wrappers worn with loss, untrimmed page edges (7) £60 - £100 4467 Collection of Victorian Valentine cards, to include examples embellished with gilt and silver decoration and romantic motifs (cupids, arrows, flowers); six “Vinegar Valentines” (cartoons with vulgar or insulting verse, for example, ‘Of little snobs I’ve seen a few, But none that I like less than you; This gentle hint I hope you’ll take, And eyes at me no more you’ll make’, or, ‘If you should ever be a wife, Oh dear what a life, You’ll lead your husband, for I’m sure, Your tongue not many would endure’); a “Kissogram Post Card”, postmarked 1906, with instructions to ‘moisten the lips and and impress them on red heart’, with a boldly impressed kiss and smudged red marks from the sender; a paper lace card decorated with chromolithographic flowers, ‘My heart is thine for Evermore’, complete with envelope addressed to Master W. H. Welsh at Haileybury College in Hertford, postmarked Feb 14 1867 (Penny Red stamp); a postcard with chromolitho design, ‘To my sweet Valentine, Of all the girls that are so sweet there’s none with you that can compete’, addressed to Miss R. Atkins of Somerset Villa, Devon Road, Salcombe (postmarked Feb 14 1913); a large paper lace card with hand-painted flowers in a heart-shaped centre, inscribed, ‘Love after steals a heart, And thou hast stolen mine, But I’ll forgive thee, dear, If thou will give me thine’; a large paper lace card with embossed hand-painted cutouts representing shells, inscribed ‘Ocean Gems’, and others, approx. 50, housed in a modern red binder £200 - £300

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4468 Crime fiction collection comprising: Courtier to Death, Anthony Gilbert, London: The Literary Press, no date, dustjacket; A Study in Scarlet, Athur Conan Doyle, London: Ward, Lock & Co., no date, gift inscription dated 1921, red cloth with gilt title; Murder in the Mews and Other Stories, Agatha Christie, London: Odhams Press, no date, torn dust-jacket; A Murder is Announced, Agatha Christie, London: The Thriller Book Club, worn d.j.; The Hound of Death and Other Stories, Agatha Christie, London: Odhams Press, 1933, no d.j.; The Floating Admiral, by Certain Members of The Detection Club, London: Hodder & Stoughton, no date, no d.j.; Enemy Unseen, Freeman Wills Crofts, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1952, worn d.j.; The Adventures of Mr Verdant Green, Cuthbert Bede, London: James Blackwood, no date, red buckram with gilt title; Miss Marple’s 6 Final Cases, Agatha Christie, London: Collins, 1979, dust-jacket (9) £100 - £150 4469 Piozzi, Mrs Hester Lynch (Thrale). Autobiography Letters and Literary Remains, edited with introduction by A. Hayward, second edition in two volumes, London: Longman, 1861. An important source of information about Samuel Johnson and 18th-century English life. Half-calf with oxblood morocco title labels (but lacking volume labels), marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, engraved frontispiece to each volume. Contents generally good, clean and bright, light wear to calf, slight splitting to joints (2) £50 - £80 4470 Natural History interest. The New Naturalist collection comprising: The Wood Pigeon, R. K. Murton, first edition, London: Collins, 1965, with dust-jacket; The Mole, Kenneth Mellanby, Newton Abbot: Country Book Club, 1973, with d.j.; The House Sparrow, London: Collins, reprinted 1967, with d.j. (a little wear); Nature Conservation in Britain, Sir Dudley Stamp, London: Collins, 1969, with d.j.; The Wren, Edward A. Armstrong, London: Collins, 1955, no d.j. (5) £100 - £150 4471 Engineering / Railway interest. A Treatise on the Steam Engine in its Application to Mines, Mills, Steam Navigation, and Railways, by The Artizan Club, edited by John Bourne, second edition, London: Longman, 1847, including 29 engraved plates at rear (beginning with plate II) and numerous wood engravings throughout the text £200 - £300 4472 Collection of unique bespoke bindings, produced during 1950s by students at Derby College of Art, including engraved/lithographic frontispieces and plates, together with Edward Bawden by Douglas Percy Bliss, signed by the author, and John Blakemore, Arts Council 1977, signed by the artist £40 - £60 4473 Joannis de Bussieres, Historia Francica, Pars Secunda, Lugduni: 1661, contemporary calf with raised bands, engraved pictorial title, contents generally good and bright, calf worn. Together with a 17th-century Works of Virgil in one volume as found (2) £80 - £120

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4474 Collection of Royal Family ephemera, to include: Invitation, Order of Service, and Ceremonial for the Marriage of Charles Prince of Wales with The Lady Diana Spencer in St Paul’s Cathedral on 29 July 1981; tickets to the South Transept Gallery for the 1981 Royal Wedding; Invitation to the Marriage of His Royal Highness The Prince Andrew with Miss Sarah Ferguson, 23 July 1986; printed dress code on headed paper (Lord Chamberlain’s Office); order of service for the wedding, 1986; printed Service of Thanksgiving on the occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Marriage of Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, 20 November 1997 (printed by Barnard & Westwood Ltd); printed Service of Thanksgiving to Celebrate the 60th Birthday of Her Majesty the Queen, 21 April 1986 (printed by Greenaway Harrison Ltd); Invitation to a Reception to be given at Sandringham by The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh on 24 January 1983 (plus a quantity of others similar for different dates/occasions); invitation to a cocktail party at Sandringham House Ballroom, 23 July 1981, together with a car windscreen decal for Ascot Races 1982; Invitation to a Dance to be given at Windsor Castle by The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh on 20 December 1979, together with menu; several tickets for the Royal Officials & Staff Stand at Ascot Races, and tickets for the Grandstand & Paddock at Newmarket, 1979-1982; Invitation to a Dance to be given at Buckingham Palace on 20 December 1977; Invitation to a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace on 10 July 1979; a quantity of printed cards offering ‘Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year’ from the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh; printed letter from Queen Elizabeth on headed paper (Buckingham Palace), and other items of ephemera and newspaper clippings Provenance: The documents are addressed to Arthur Parish the vendor’s late father-in-law - who was the accountant at Royal Stud, Sandringham, between 1978 and 1988 £200 - £300 4475 Derbyshire History interest. A collection of deeds and indentures (mostly paper), predominantly 19th century, an archive relating to Belper and the Strutt family estate, land sale agreements and contracts showing the development of Five Lamps. Approx. 200, housed in tin trunk. Full list available on request £100 - £150 4476 Doyle, Arthur Conan. The Secret of Goresthorpe Grange and A Case of Identity, New York: Munro’s Library of Popular Novels, [c.1900], publisher’s paper wrappers (worn with loss as found), very scarce £30 - £40 4477 Collection of Victorian Valentine cards, predominantly paper lace designs embellished with gilt & silver decoration and hand-painted or chromolithographic romantic motifs (birds, flowers, cupid), some with moving parts and hidden inscriptions or declarations of love beneath flaps (for example, ‘A prize worth seeking for’, with a scroll that unfolds from a little envelope at centre to reveal the ‘perfect match’), a “sachet”, and three Edwardian postcards. Approx. 60 cards in total, housed in a modern binder. Together with the remains of a Victorian hand-coloured lithographic “shadow box”, inscribed ‘Mother’s Valentines 1847’, A History of Valentines, by Ruth Webb Lee, London: Batsford, 1953, and a slim publication on the Valentines in the Castle Museum York £200 - £400 143


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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4478 Hunting/Sporting interest. Victorian catalogue of country clothing for the Albert Thurston shop at 27, Panton Street, Haymarket, London. Illustrated throughout with vibrant chromolithographs of braces, belts, chamois leather underclothing, gaiters and chest protectors. Publisher’s pictorial card covers, the upper board depicting shooting/fishing/fox-hunting scenes, the lower board showing the Albert Thurston shop window £50 - £80 4479 Lecky, Halton Stirling. The King’s Ships, three volumes (complete) of six planned volumes, London: Horace Muirhead, 1913, illustrated, half-leather bindings with gilt titles to spines, marbled endpapers, library label and stamps for the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich (3) £200 - £300 4480 Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock printed book, The Rat’s Plaint, 1891, on crepe paper £200 - £300 4481 Doyle, John. “H.B.”. Political Sketches, Vol.I, Vol.II, Vol.IV, Vol.V, Vol.VIII, folio, half-crushed morocco bindings, containing a large quantity (approx. 200300) uncoloured lithographs, satirical caricatures of various notable figures and humorous incidents, 1830s, disbound (all pages loose), not collated, armorial bookplates for ‘Earl of Guilford, Wroxton Abbey’ to each front pastedown, in one carton £200 - £300

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4482 Collection of Valentine cards, comprising: a late-18th century paper lace card with hand-coloured stippleengraved design to centre depicting a fashionable young couple in Georgian dress, inscribed at each corner (‘my passion to Declare, & ask you for my Valentine’), on laid/chain-lined paper, discolouration/toning/wear; a Victorian sheet bearing three mounted pairs of paper gloves, each featuring a message of love, further inscribed to the corner, ‘Lady, I would thine eyes were violets blue, and I a wandering Western Breeze, E’en to caress them with my wings of desire, and melt them into ecstasies’, and a further mounted inscription surrounded by hand-painted flowers, ‘Love’s arrow is so deeply fired in me, That I must die unless relieved by thee’; an early-19th century paper card with embossed hand-painted flowers to centre, by Dobbs, surrounded by inscribed romantic verse, with embossed scrolling border; a small paper lace card that opens to reveal a gilt printed declaration of love, complete with original envelope addressed to Mr Evans of Edge Vale in Smithdown Lane, Liverpool, postmarked Manchester 1867 (Penny Red stamp); an elaborate paper lace card with hand-painted love birds, harp and flowers, with inscribed verse inside, signed, ‘Your faithful Valentine, Bessie, February 14th 1862, [ ] Winters Hill’, complete with original envelope, addressed to Harold Evans of 17 Edge Vale, Smith Down Lane, Liverpool, postmarked Feb 12 1862; a little silvered paper lace and silk card with printed verse, complete with envelope, again addressed to Harold Evans; a Victorian paper lace sheet with scrolling gilt border and paper flowers, inscribed, ‘Cupid’s Letter Box’, with folding inscribed messages; a love letter, handwritten in black ink on headed paper (crest with scroll, ‘Inebranlable’, Broad Street, Stamford), consisting of romantic riddled verse, signed with initials and dated Feb 14 1884 (8) £150 - £200 4483 Supernatural / Spiritualism / Ghost interest. Apparitions, by Newton Crosland, London: Tr bner and Co., 1873. The author describes his personal experience of seances, ghosts, and guardian angels. Publisher’s buckram with gilt title and bookseller ticket for J. Gilbert & Co., London £40 - £60

4484 Swimming, by Archibald Sinclair and William Henry, large paper edition, limited edition numbered 72 of 250, London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1893 (Badminton Library). Scarce. Quarto, half purple leather and orange cloth with gilt crest to upper board. Illustrated throughout, contents clean and bright, occasional light spotting, a little wear to headcaps/spine £80 - £120 4485 The Times Literary Supplement, Printing Number, October 13, 1927 (typography, printing, illustration, book binding), including a loosely inserted specimen page of the Authorised Version of the English Bible proposed to be printed by T. J. Cobden Sanderson and Emery Walker at the Doves Press, 1901; also a loosely inserted Saint Dominic’s Press calendar for 1928 £50 - £80 4486 Funny Animals, A Coloured Picture Book for the Nursery, featuring several stories about cats and foxes, woodblock printed in vibrant colours, rebound with original gilt cloth title mounted to upper board, no title page, as found £40 - £60 4487 Franklin, Benjamin. The Art of Swimming, London: Printed by J. Bailey, Chancery Lane, no date [c.1810]. Folding woodcut frontispiece to illustrate ‘the manner of diving’, ‘to swim backwards’, ‘to carry the left leg in the right hand’, ‘to float with the face towards the sky’, and ‘to cut the nails of your toes in the water’. A very scarce work by one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. A slim publication, text complete (24 pages) but lacking covers and presumably title page, contents generally good and bright, page edges worn with the occasional little tear £200 - £300 4488 Sporting / Hunting interest. Four bound volumes of The Field, Country Gentleman’s Newspaper, Vol.I (January 5 to June 28, 1873), Vol. 47 (January 1 to June 24, 1876), Vol.48 (July 1 to December 30, 1876), Vol.49 (January 6 to June 30, 1877), folio, publisher’s green buckram with gilt pictorial design to spines and upper boards (4) £60 - £80

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4489 Scarce early-Victorian exercise manual: Walker’s Manly Exercises, by “Craven”, London: Wm. S. Orr and Co., 1851. The book provides information and advice on ‘running’, ‘leaping’, ‘climbing trees’, ‘skating’, ‘riding’ and ‘manly sports’. Lithographic frontispiece and pictirial title, together with 40 [of 44] plates (one torn), plus further illustrations within the text. Publisher’s cloth with gilt title and pictorial design to spine, embossed ‘The Grove, Wishaw, Birmingham’ to front free endpaper, owner inscription for John Price, Ludlow, 1859 £100 - £150 4490 Stanley Baldwin, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley (18671947), British statesman and Conservative Party politician who served as Prime Minister on three occasions. Collection of three autograph letters addressed to Miss Ellis and The Digging Party. House of Commons headed paper, dated 17 March, 1924; 10 Downing Street headed paper, blind-stamped ‘Prime Minister’, dated 30 December, 1924; Palace Chambers headed paper, dated 7 April 1924. Each letter entirely handwritten in black ink and signed clearly. Housed in an envelope, stamped Prime Minister, postmarked 30 December 1924, addressed to The Digging Party, Hampden House, Great Missenden, Bucks (3) £150 - £200 4491 Botanical interest. The Auricula, Its History and Character, by C. Oscar Moreton, colour plates after Rory McEwan, London: The Ariel Press, 1964. Limited Edition numbered 481 of 500, folio, cloth binding with gilt title £40 - £60 4492 Collection of approximately twenty 18th- & 19thcentury indnetures, to include a sixteen-page Declaration of Trust of the personal estate of The Right Honourable Harbord, late Lord Suffield (William Assheton Harbord, 2nd Baron Suffield), also referring to the Honourable Edward Harbord of Henbury (3rd Baron Suffield), dated 19 July 1819; an Attested Copy Deed of Disclaimer by Robert Masham of the Trusts devised to him by the Will of of the late Harbord Lord Suffield, 11 April 1810; a vellum Agreement for Lease relating to Right Hon. Lord Suffield, 25 March 1792; a vellum lease for premises in Grafton Street and Albermarle Street, London, for Thomas M. Clutterbuck and Messrs Garrard & Co., dated 15 November 1911; a vellum indenture relating to Thomas Fawssett of the Rectory House in Kings Langley, 1892; a vellum lease for Lime Lodge in Bushey, Hertfordshire, between Captain William G. Eley and Alfred Bromet, 26 June 1902; a lease for Grafton Street relating to Miss P. Whately and Sir George Rendlesham Prescott, Baronet, 10 February 1868 £60 - £80

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4493 Athletics interest. Newton, Arthur F. H. Running in Three Continents, first edition, signed presentation copy, London: H. F. & G. Witherby Ltd, 1940. Scarce. Publisher’s cloth with gilt title to spine, contents generally good but discolouration/marks to opening and closing leaves. Newton was a long distance runner who won the Comrades Marathon in South Africa five times £50 - £80 4494 The Reverend John Collingwood Bruce (1805-1892), English nonconformist minister. Two autograph letters, entirely handwritten in black ink, signed, one bearing manufacturer’s watermark (‘Athenian’), headed ‘Newcastle upon Tyne’, one dated 26 October, 1886, the other 10 November, 1886. ‘I am astonished that God should have used a poor sinner like me in bringing some of my fellow sinners to decision. I trust and believe that they and we will rejoice upon the event throughout the endless ages of eternity. Our friends will have their trials - the enemy of souls will beset them, but I pray God that He will enable them to stand firm and to resist all the fiery darts of the evil-one’ (2) £60 - £100 4495 Botanical interest. Collection of 24 mid-19th century hand-coloured lithographs depicting auricula flowers, by J. Andrews, published by Vincent Brooks, no dates but c.1860s, bound in green half crushed morocco and buckram with gilt title to spine, ‘Auricula Plates’ £250 - £300 4496 Scientific / Medical interest. A Compendium of Anatomy, or a Pocket Companion for Students in Surgery, third edition, London: J. Walker [c.1800], illustrated with 12 plates (aquatint etchings of skeletons and muscle), half-calf with marbled boards, armorial bookplate for Edward Cheney, owner inscription to one of the blank endleaves: ‘This book belonged to my mother and always lay upon her drawing table, London, 1848’. Scarce £50 - £100 4497 Paul Vincent Woodroffe (British, 1875-1954), ‘One Misty, Moisty Morning’, illustration, watercolour, pen and ink, music by Joseph Moorat, 29cm by 22cm, framed Provenance: Woodroffe family collection £500 - £700 4498 Paul Vincent Woodroffe (British, 1875-1954),‘My Pretty Maid’, illustration, pen and ink, music by Joseph Moorat, 29cm by 22cm, framed Provenance: Woodroffe family collection £500 - £700

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4499 Collection of ephemera to include: 15 indentures/deeds, mostly 17th century, vellum and paper, one referring to King James of Scotland, dated 1582; quantity of pre-stamp correspondence (postal history interest), including handwritten letter to Lord Gardner of Trinity College, and a French letter dated July 18 1802 (between French Revolutionary Wars and Napoleonic Wars); 18th-century property tax receipts relating to Lincoln; a cheque for 140, Banco Aleman Transatlantico, dated October 29 1924, stamped ‘Messrs Kleinwort, Sons & Co., London’; two late-Georgian ballads/broadsheets with woodcut illustration to each (‘Jutices and Old Bailey’ and ‘The Death of Parker’); two engraved pictures, ‘A Key to the Portraits in the Engraving of the House of Lords’, 1832, sectional and laid on linen, in slipcase; The Post Boy newspaper, dated October 28 1718; John Bull newspaper, dated September 6 1824; The Times newspaper, dated November 14 1844; The Oracle newspaper, June 24 1791; two copies of The Glocester Journal, dated August 1 1796 and August 22 1796; The Bath Chronicle, dated August 18 1796; The Englishman or Sunday Express newspaper, dated July 19 1807 (Napoleonic Wars interest); a woodcut illustration of a plant with heart-shaped leaves and a tuberous root, from NewEngland’s Rarities [c.1672] £200 - £300

4500 Rolfe, Frederick (“Baron Corvo”). Hadrian the Seventh, first edition, London: Chatto & Windus, 1904. Original publisher’s purple cloth with white pictorial upper board and gilt title to spine, publisher’s advertisements at rear. Contents generally good and bright, some spotting/foxing to opening leaves and page edges throughout, binding with light wear to extremities and bumps to corners. Scarce £200 - £300 4501 A New Book of Cyphers of Single & Double Letters Usefull for Artificers, London: Sold by J. Nutting Engraver & Print-Seller, [c.1700]. Featuring 26 copper-engraved plates (including the pictorial title page), bound in marbled papers, contents generally good and bright with some dampstaining to margins and repairs to title page. Together with Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Epistolae ad Atticum, Venetiis: 1558, textblock only, not collated, and Baxter, Richard, Paraphrase on the Psalms of David in Metre, with Other Hymns, London: Thomas Parkhurst, 1962 £60 - £100 4502 Scott, Sir Walter. The Waverley Novels, in 13 volumes, Edinburgh: W. P. Nimmo, Hay, & Mitchell, no date [c.1880]. Uniform bindings, octavo, oxblood halfcalf, red & black morocco title labels with gilt decoration to spines, marbled boards, marbled endpapers and page edges. Contents good and bright, bindings tight and solid with wear to extremities and headcaps, slight discolouration to spines (13) £100 - £150 4503 Nolan, E. H. A History of the British Empire in India and the East, London: James S. Virtue, no date [c.1860], in eight volumes, publisher’s gilt cloth, illustrated with steel engraved plates and folding maps (8) £200 - £300

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4504 18th-century manuscript town crier’s handbook, ‘The Cryers Vade Mecum September 1st 1791’, featuring the names of the magistrates and burgesses of Westminster along with oaths and proclamations. 61 pages (plus index and title), followed by 50 pages of ‘Housekeeping’ during 1885-1889, recording expenses such as ‘sherry’, ‘2 rashers of bacon’, ‘stamps’, ‘pot of jam’, ‘bottle of gin’, ‘pork pies’, ‘mending teeth’, ‘knuckle of ham’, ‘cucumber’, ‘magnesia’, ‘rump steak’, ‘Plumb’s Cheese’. Contents generally good and bright, binding worn with loss to the leather at spine and upper board £80 - £120

4505 A scarce, or possibly unrecorded, Georgian Valentine’s Day publication: Cupid’s Telegraph, A New and Fashionable Valentine Writer, With Verses to and from Ladies & Gentlemen, Composed for the Amusement of that Loving Day, St. Valentine, When all the Feathered Tenants of the Air go a Courting and Build their Nests, London: Published and Sold by J. Ker, 9, Hercules Buildings, Lambeth, no date [c.1800]. Featuring grotesque caricature etching of a lady with three faces as frontispiece, inscribed by George Cruikshank in pencil, ‘not by any of the Cruikshank family - G Ck’. Publisher’s original stitched blue paper wrappers bearing woodcut illustration of a men begging on his knees (reminiscent of Thomas Bewick), 26 pages complete. Housed in a protective blue card wallet bearing armorial bookplate for Albert M. Cohn (author of George Cruikshank’s catalogue raisone ), and a typewritten label, ‘Cupid’s Telegraph. London. J.Ker. N.D. Autograph Note by G.C. that the Front is “not by any of the Cruikshank Family.”’ Very good, clean and bright for age, especially given the almost ephemeral nature of the publication £300 - £500

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4506 Robinson, W. Heath. The Adventures of Uncle Lubin, first edition, London: Grant Richards, 1902. Publisher’s pictorial cloth, single page of publisher’s advertisements at rear. A scarce book, text block lifting away from binding with wear and discolouration as found £50 - £80 4507 The Holy Bible: Containing the Old Testament and the New: Newly Translated out of the original tongues: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by his Majesties speciall command, London: Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most Excellent Majestie, and by the Assignes of John Bill, 1634 (title page to New Testament dated 1636). The book includes two engraved pictorial title pages with heart-shaped centre, plus title page for Concordance (Assignes, Clement Cotton). Condition generally appears sound throughout, with occasional tears and discolouration (New Testament title page worn with loss), appears complete but not collated, numerous owner inscriptions, mostly dating from 18th century (Joseph Kates, Richard Kates), calf boards, rebacked with crushed morocco title label £300 - £500 4508 Reynolds, John. Diagms Illustrating the Sciences of Astronomy and Geography, c.1850, featuring ten hand-coloured plates (including several ‘transparent’ diagms that can be held to the light), including depictions of the solar system, theory of the seasons, phases of the moon. Publisher’s gilt green cloth, the plates loose, the endpapers being text (‘Companion to the Reynolds’s Series of Astronomical and Geographical Diagms’, and ‘Definition of Terms’) £50 - £80

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4509 Equiano, Olaudah. The Intereting Narrative of The Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African, Written by Himself, third edition, London: Printed for, and Sold by, the Author, 1790. Halfcalf with marbled boards, red morocco title label to spine with gilt title (Gustavus Vassa), stipple engraved frontispiece portrait of Equiano, folding plate of shipwreck. Contents generally good, some discolouration, a couple of nicks/creases to page edges, owner inscription to one of the blank endleaves, ‘Mary Glover, July 24, 1859’. Equiano was the most famous 18thcentury British writer of African heritage. His autobiography tells of his early life in what is now Nigeria, his kidnapping and traumatic transportation to the Americas and his experiences of enslavement and regaining freedom. Equiano became an Abolitionist and a businessman, and applied the skills of these callings to his book, publicising it with flair and using book promotion events to call for an end to the slave trade. [British Library] £400 - £600 4510 [Defoe, Daniel]. The Exploits of Robinson Crusoe, Mariner of York, no publisher details, c.1790. ‘Written Originally by Himself, and and Now First Abridged from the Genuine Original Copy, Presented to the Editor by a Descendant of the Family.’ Woodcut frontispiece and further woodcut illustrations within the text. Untrimmed page edges. Pasted owner inscription to verso of title page, ‘John Wilkinsons Book 1794’. Contemporary marbled paper covers housed in protective brown paper jacket £50 - £80 4511 Collection of 19th-century Valentine cards, including “sachets” (sometimes scented sachets were sent instead of cards), mechanical cards with moving parts, silvered and gilt paper lace examples, hand-painted and handcoloured lithographic examples, some with printed romantic verse, some inscribed, most blank (as expected), occasional inscription, ‘Farewell dear Maid, I’ll bid Adieu, In love and friendship, I remember you, Farewell Valentine’, approx. 20, housed in modern album £50 - £80

4512 Douglass, Frederick. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Written by Himself, Dublin: Webb and Chapman, 1845. First Irish edition, published the same year as the first American edition and before the first UK edition of 1846. Publisher’s original blue blind-embossed cloth with gilt title to spine, pale yellow endpapers bearing owner inscription, ‘Willm Moore, purchased of Frederick Douglass at the Subscription Rooms Exteter, August 29th 1846’ (it is documented that Douglass gave an address at the Royal Subscription Rooms to generate support for the abolition of slavery in the United States). Preface outlines the reasons for fleeing to England and Ireland, ‘For it may not be generally known in Europe, that a slave who escapes from his master is liable, by the Constitution of the United States, to be dragged back into bondage’. Contents generally good throughout with pale spotting in places, binding tight and solid with some discolouration to edges/spine; a good copy of a scarce and important work £400 - £600 4513 Little Poems from Japanese Anthologies, Rendered into English Verse by Evaleen Stein, Illustrated by Japanese Artists, Tokyo: T. Hasegawa, and London: Martin Hopkinson, no date [c.1920]. Publisher’s crepe paper covers, bright colour woodblock illustrations throughout. Scarce £80 - £120

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4514 Travel / Exploration interest. Bell, James Stanislaus. Journal of a Residence in Circassia During the Years 1837, 1838 and 1839, first edition, in two volumes, London: Edward Moxon, 1840. Complete with all 13 plates as called for: 12 lithographs (three of which hand-coloured), folding engraved map of Circassia (in good order). Contents generally good, clean and bright, occasional pale spotting/foxing (tissue-guard of Vol.II frontis.). Rebound/rebacked but completely retaining the original publisher’s embossed brown cloth with gilt titles (2) £200 - £300 4515 Travel / Exploration interest. Pinkerton, Robert. Russia: Or, Miscellaneous Observations on the Past and Present State of that Country and Its Inhabitants, first edition, London: Seeley & Sons, 1833. Complete with eight hand-coloured lithographic plates as called for. Contents generally good and bright, occasional pale spotting, original hand-colouring vibrant, rebound in blue half crushed morocco with marbled boards, cloth & gilt title label £100 - £150 4516 irish History interest. King, William. The State of the Protestants of Ireland Under the late King James’s Government, Dublin: Printed by S. Powell, 1730. Full contemporary calf with oxbloo morocco title label and gilt title, raised bands, armorial bookplate for William Westby and bearing his signature to title page. Contents good, clean and bright, binding attractive and in good order with slight splitting to joints £50 - £70

4519 Natural History interest. Yarrell, William. A History of British Birds, second edition in three volumes, London: John Van Voorst, 1845. Together with A History of British Fishes, second edition in two volumes, 1841, and A History of British Quadrupeds, by Thomas Bell, London: Voorst, 1837. Uniform dark green crushed morocco bindings with gilt titles, all page edges gilt, morocco end papers, and armorial bookplates for M. Attwood and Dacre Fisher (6) £120 - £150 4520 Letters of Anna Seward, in six volumes, Edinburgh: Printed by George Ramsay & Company for Archibald Constable and Company, 1811. Octavo, full contemporary mottled calf with black morocco title labels, engraved portraits of Anna Seward and Rev. Seward as frontispiece to Vol.I and Vol.II, and etched topographical view of Lichfield as frontispiece to Vol.III (6) £50 - £80 4521 Walton, izaak. The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wootton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson, London: John Major, 1825. Full crushed black morocco, rebacked with the original spine laid down, all page edges gilt, pale yellow endpapers bearing bookplate for Emily Mary Sundius, with gift inscription, ‘To Emily Mary Young, In token of the sincere and affectionate friendship of Walpole de St. Croix’, with remnants of an earlier bookplate/label £40 - £60

4517 Buffon’s Natural History, Abridged, in two volumes, London: C. & G. Kearsley, 1792. Half-calf with marbled boards, rebacked, contrasting red & green title labels, armorial bookplates for Joseph F. Green, numerous engraved plates throughout, not collated (2) £50 - £60 4518 American History / United States interest. Morse, Jedidiah. The American Gazetteer, Exhibiting, In alphabetical Order, a much more full and accurate Account than has been given, of the States, Towns, Harbours, Mountains, Provinces, Villages, Gulfs, Forts, Counties, Rivers, Sounds, Indian Tribes, Cities, Bays, Capes, New Discoveries, on The American Continent, also of the West India Islands, Second Edition, Printed in Boston, New England, London: Reprinted for J. Stockdale, 1798. Complete with seven engraved maps (mostly folding) as called for, two pages of publisher’s advertisements at rear, contents generally good, clean and bright throughout. Full contemporary calf, binding tight and solid but worn, morocco title label £150 - £200 4522

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4522 South Pole / Terra Nova Expedition interest. Cherry-Garrard, Apsley. The Worst Journey in the World, first one-volume US edition, presentation copy signed by CherryGarrard, New York: Lincoln Mac Veagh, The Dial Press, 1930. Publisher’s cloth, two tipped-in newspaper clippings to front pastedown, dedication to front free endpaper, ‘Inscribed to Alice / Apsley Cherry-Garrard [with best] wishes July 7 1936, 31st July 1935’, the black ink running in places. The book also includes a loosely inserted Christmas card published by The Royal Geographical Society with a tipped-in colour print of one of Wilson’s watercolours of Mount Erebus, ‘from Angela’. Contents generally good and clean throughout, binding a little discoloured/worn, completely intact but feeling a little loose. Together with The Diary of W. Lashly, University of Reading: 1938-39; a very scarce book, numbered 8 of just 75 copies printed in the Fine Art Department, publisher’s quarter-cloth and salmon pink paper boards, with original glassine wrappers, again with inscription by Cherry-Garrard to front free endpaper, ‘To Alice from Cherry, Christmas 1939’. Contents clean and bright, occasional little mark, slight offsetting to endpapers, upper board a little lighter around top/edge from sunlight, glassine wrapper has a little wear. Also included in this lot is a copy of Edward Wilson of the Antarctic, by George Seaver, London: John Murray, reprinted 1935, with pencil owner inscription for A. M. Cairnes’ (Alice), and an unusual book consisting solely of a ‘Foreword’ about Cherry-Garrard, by George Seaver, in quarter-cloth and plain grey paper boards bearing morocco label to upper board, ‘A.C.G. 1886-1959’ (4) Provenance: Alice M. Cairnes was the vendor’s mother; Apsley Cherry-Garrard was a very good friend of the Cairnes family (the vendor fondly recalls, “Cherry was my unofficial godfather”) £3000 - £5000

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4523 Angling interest. Presentation Copy. [Marston, Edward]. An Old Man’s Holidays, by the Amateur Angler, limited edition on Van Gelder’s hand-made paper, numbered 148 of 250 with initials ‘EM’, London: Sampson Low, Marston and Company, 1900. Octavo, publisher’s quarter-vellum with green boards, gilt title to spine, top page edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. Dedication to front free endpaper, ‘Arthur O. Mudie Esq, with the compliments of “the a.a.”, E Marston, Oct 4 / 00’ £40 - £60 4524 American History / Horse Racing / United States interest. The Maryland Jockey Club of Baltimore City, Preakness Day, May 12, 1924, Presented to, ‘Manager, Stanton Stud’ [handwritten in black ink], Compiled and Edited by C. Edward Sparrow, Sports Editor The Sun, Baltimore, Md. Publisher’s leather boards (worn with loss to spine), green silk endpapers. Scarce £50 - £80 4525 Presentation / Association Copy. Secret Correspondence connected with Mr. Pitt’s Return to Office in 1804, Chiefly Compiled from the Mss. at Melville Castle, Not Published, London: Printed by Spottiswoodes and Shaw, 1852. Contemporary embossed blue buckram binding with gilt title to spine and gilt initials and crest to upper board, ‘WP’, olive/mustard endpapers, binder’s ticket to rear pastedown, ‘Bound by Remnant & Edmonds, London’. Presentation inscription to one of the blank endleaves, ‘To General Sir Edwd Kerrison, with the Editor’s affecte Regards’ (presumably the Conservative politician and MP for Eye). Contents generally good and bright throughout, some discolouration/spotting to opening leaves £30 - £50

4526 Travel / Exploration interest. Forster, John Reinold. Observations Made During a Voyage Round the World, on Physical Geography, Natural History, and Ethic Philosophy, London: G. Robinson, first edition, 1778. Quarto, full marbled calf with ‘Book Club Boston’ in gilt to upper board, red morocco title label, errata and list of subscribers at rear. Folding table present, lacking folding chart/map. Contents generally good, clean and bright, some discolouration/spotting to opening leaves, contemporary owner inscription to front free endpaper, ‘Samuel R Fydell’, remnants of old label to front pastedown £150 - £250

4527 Travel / Exploration interest. Piozzi, Hester Lynch. Observations and Reflections Made in the Course of a Journey through France, Italy, and Germany, first edition, in two volumes, London: A. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1789. Octavo, handsome half-calf bindings with marbled boards by Bayntun-Riviere (stamped to each front pastedown), six pages of publisher’s advertisements at rear (2) £100 - £200

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4528 Travel / Exploration interest. Percival, Robert. An Account of The Island of Ceylon, containing Its History, Geography, Natural History, with the Manners and Customs of its various Inhabitants; to which is added, The Journal of an Embassy to the Court of Candy, first edition, London: C. and R. Baldwin, 1803. Quarto, handsome later half crushed morocco with marbled boards, gitl title, raised bands, untrimmed page edges, engraved folding map frontispiece (with a few reinforcements) plus three folding charts within the text £150 - £200 4529 irish History interest. Views of the most Remarkable Public Buildings, Monuments and other Edifices in the City of Dublin, Delineated by Robert Pool and John Cash, Patronized by the Dublin Society, Dublin: Printed for J. Williams, 1780. Engraved pictorial title page (depicting the statue of King William III in College Green), folding ‘Plan of Dublin in 1780’ as frontispiece, folding ‘Plan of Dublin in 1610’, plus a further 30 engraved architectural plates (one folding); includes list of subscribers and errata. Quarto, full contemporary polished marbled calf with oxblood morocco title label, armorial bookplate for Ingestre Hall. Contents good, clean and bright, binding solid with wear to extremities and some splitting to joints £600 - £800 4530 Travel / Exploration interest. Boswell, James. An Account of Corsica, the Journal of a Tour to that Island; and Memoirs of Pascal Paoli, first edition, Glasgow: Printed by Robert and Andrew Foulis for Edward and Charles Dilly, 1768. Engraved folding frontispiece, ‘A New and Accurate Map of the Island of Corsica’. Full contemporary calf with red morocco title label, gilt title, raised bands. Attractive binding in very good order, tight and solid; contents generally very good, clean and bright throughout, some discolouration and pale spotting to a few leaves £200 - £300

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4531 Letters on the Study and Use of History, by the late Right Honorable Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke, first edition, in two volumes, London: A. Millar, 1752. Contemporary full calf boards, sympathetically rebacked with full calf spines, contrasting red & green title labels, raised bands (2) £50 - £70 4532 Napoleonic Wars interest. The Campaign of Waterloo, London: T. Bensley for Robert Bower, 1816, featuring six hand-coloured aquatint etchings on four sheets (The Battle of Waterloo being a large folding plate), plus two engraved plates depicting ‘Portraits of the British and their Allies’, and an engraved ‘Plan of the Glorious Battle of Waterloo’. Folio, quarter-calf with embossed buckram boards, contents generally good throughout, original hand-colouring vibrant, occasional creasing/wear (including a few closed tears) £100 - £150 4533 Memoirs of Napoleon Buonaparte; up to the Period of his Removal to St. Helena, with Warden’s Letters, Relative to Some Conversations held with him in that Island, London: The Memoirs Printed by Macdonald and Son, and Warden’s Letters by W. Clowes, the Title by W. Tew, 1816. Stipple engraved frontispiece portrait of Bonaparte. Contemporary half-calf with gilt title, armorial bookplate for Philip Alexander Prince £50 - £80 4534 Stanford’s London Atlas of Universal Geography exhibiting the Physical and Political Divisions of the Various Countries of the World, Folio Edition, Ninety Maps, with a Geographical Index, London: Edward Stanford, 1887. Folio, publisher’s half-leather and buckram, raised bands, gilt titles, black endpapers, all page edges gilt, handcoloured maps with dividers/titles. Contents generally good and bright throughout, hand-colouring vibrant, binding externally strong and solid with some wear, contents/text-block loose from binding, some wear to lower corners of opening leaves and some discolouration around dividers/titles £150 - £200

4535 Travel / Exploration / Russian History interest. Pallas, Peter Simon. Travels through the Southern Provinces of The Russian Empire, second edition, in two volumes, London: John Stockdale, 1812. Illustrated throughout with exceptional hand-coloured plates, many folding, depicting topographical views, landscapes, scenery, figures exhibiting the fashions/costumes of Russia, animals, wildlife, maps. 56 plates (including folding maps), and 29 vignettes.Quarto, full contemporary calf boards, almost invisibly rebacked, morocco title labels, marbled endpapers and all page edges, armorial bookplates for Radstock. Contents very good, clean and bright, occasional discolouration/spotting, hand-colouring vibrant, bindings tight and solid (2) £800 - £1000 4536 Bray, William. Diary and Correspondence of John Evelyn, in four volumes, London: Henry Colburn, 1850. Octavo, full contemporary calf, contrasting morocco title labels, marbled endpapers and all page edges, engraved frontispiece portrait (4) £40 - £60 4537 The Roxburghe Club, Its History and Its Members, 1812-1927, by Lieutenant Colonel the Honorable Clive Bigham, Printed for The Roxburghe Club, Oxford: University Press, 1928. Quarto, quarter-morocco with gilt title, top page edge gilt, remainder untrimmed. Scarce £100 - £150

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4538 Thirty Sermons or, Declarations, On various Subjects, with Several Prayers, Exactly taken in Characters, as they were delivered in the Public Meeting-Houses of the People, call’d, Quakers, by Stephen Crisp, late of Colchester, Leedes: Printed and Sold by James Lister, and Nath. Bell in York, no date [c.1750]. Full contemporary calf (worn), numerous owner inscriptions and remnants of wax to endpapers. Scarce. Theology Interest £50 - £70

4539 18th Century Bath / Georgian Satire interest. Anstey, Christopher. An Election Ball, in Poetical Letters from Mr. Inkle, at Bath, to His Wife at Glocester, third edition, by the Author of the New Bath Guide, Bath: Printed for the Author by S. Hazard, 1776. Bound together with Anstey’s An Election Ball, addressed to Coplestone Warre Bampfylde, published in Latin, Bath: S. Hazard, 1776. Engraved frontispiece illustration/caricature, plus five etched illustrations/cartoons within the text. Contemporary half-calf with oxblood morocco title label, ‘Anstey’s Poems’, marbled boards, untrimmed page edges, binding tight and solid, contents good, clean and bright throughout, some wear to the boards/headcaps £100 - £200

4541 Collection of books, comprising: Sir Thomas More: Or, Colloquies on The Progress and Prospects of Society, by Robert Southey, in two volumes, London: John Murray, 1829, half-leather with marbled boards, rebacked, oxblood title labels; Saints and Sinners, A New and Original Drama of Modern English Middle-Class Life, by Henry Arthur Jones, one of 100 copies on English hand-made paper, London: Macmillan, 1891, full vellum; King’s Letters, by Robert Steele, London: Alexander Moring, The De La More Press, 1903, quarter-vellum; Nonesuch Dickensia, Retrospectus and Prospectus, Bloomsbury: The Nonesuch Press, 1937, blue cloth & gilt; Poems by the Rev. Josiah Relph, Carlisle: J. Mitchell, 1798, full calf (disbound); The Life of William Hutton, London: Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, 1817, half-calf; Our Native Land, A Series of Watercolour Sketches after Rowbotham, Read, Needham, London: Marcus Ward & Co., 1879, full calf (splitting); La Passion, Essai Historique, Le R. P. M. J. Ollivier, Paris: P. Lethielleux, 1891, full leather; The Orchid Grower’s Manual, by Benjamin Samuel Williams, London: Victoria and Paradise Nurseries, 1894, publisher’s pictorial cloth (10) £60 - £100 4542 Gill, Eric (illus.). God and the Dragon, Rhymes by H. D. C. P. [Hilary Douglas Clark Pepler], Engravings by A. E. R. G. [Eric Gill], Printed and Published by Douglas Pepler, Ditchling Sussex, 1917. Original cream card wrappers, red & black title page, 15 woodcuts, two pages of publisher’s advertisements at rear. Scarce £50 - £70

4540 Staffordshire / Lichfield History interest. Presentation Copy. Mundy, Francis Noel Clarke. Needwood Forest, first edition, Lichfield: Printed by John Jackson, 1776. Dedication signed by the author in black ink to title page, ‘The Gift of the Author Fr:s Mundy Esq. to J. C. Talbot’. A scarce poetry book attempting to rescue the ancient woodland in Staffordshire, with contributions from Erasmus Darwin, Anna Seward, Sir Brooke Boothby, and Erasmus Darwin Junior. Full contemporary calf with oxblood morocco title label. Contents good, clean and bright throughout £200 - £300

4543 Gill, Eric (illus.). The Game, A Monthly Magazine, printed and published at St. Dominic’s Press, 27 different issues from 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, with numerous woodcuts, including Eric Gill. Vol. IV, No.11, featuring a red & black woodcut to title page, includes a loosely inserted invitation to view the new printing office of St. Dominic’s Press, 1921, addressed to Mr E. W. Porter (27) £200 - £400 4544 Saint Dominic’s Press. Collection of original catalogues, letters, and promotional material, very scarce (some possibly unrecorded), including striking woodcut designs: two letters on St. Dominic’s headed paper, addressed to a Mr Porter, one dated 3 January 1924, the other 2 September 1932, each handwritten and signed by Harry Douglas Clark Pepler, referring to the “Game” and “Mimes”; Catalogue of Books 1926 (featuring advertisements for ‘book plates’, ‘wood carvers’, ‘letter cutters’, ‘posters to order’, each advert bearing a woodcut symbol or illustration); Printing from Saint Dominic’s Press, ‘b5’, 1933 (advertising ‘book plates’, ‘private printing’, ‘general work’, ‘Christmas cards’, ‘posters’, including four woodcuts), four pages, publisher’s brown paper wrappers; A Catalogue of Mimes and Other Plays by H. D. C. Pepler; a sample/specimen of Mimes Sacred & Profane, consisting of one folded sheet with title, article, contents, and description of the limited edition publication including price; A List of Stationery, General Printing & Books to be Obtained at St Dominic’s Press, no date, 20 pages, publisher’s blue paper wrappers; The Apostle’s Calendar for 1932; a single sheet with nativity woodcut by Eric Gill, ‘Adeste Fideles’, the paper bearing manufacturer’s watermark of book & crown; original envelope addressed to Ernest W. Porter Esq., Derby £200 - £400

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4545 Leeds University Poetry, Leeds: Department of English Literature, 1956. Edited by Gordon F. Heard and George Campbell with the collaboration of Thomas Blackburn, the Gregory Fellow in Poetry at the University of Leeds; cover from an original design by Terry Frost, the Gregory Fellow in Painting at the University of Leeds. The 1956 anthology appears to have been the last in the Leeds University Poetry series, and includes poems by Thomas Blackburn, James Simmons, Heath-Stubbs, Robin Skelton, Geoffrey Hill, and others. Together with another copy of the same (2) £50 - £80

4546 Gill, Eric (illus.) and Pepler, Hilary. In Petra, printed and published at St. Dominic’s Press, 1923. Striking red woodcut of bird to title page, plus a further eight woodcuts (including capitals) throughout, publisher’s cloth boards with paper label to upper board, printed red explanation of the cost of the book (5 shillings) at rear. Good, clean, bright. Includes a loosely inserted letter on St. Dominic’s headed paper, handwritten and signed by Hilary Douglas Clark Pepler, dated 13 November 1926, referring to ‘Gill’ and wishing Mr Porter a Merry Christmas, together with two sheets of advertisements £50 - £80 4547 A scarce large-scale map of Nottingham by George Sanderson, engraved by J. & C. Walker, published 15 February 1836. Issued in four sheets, measuring 147cm by 114cm when the sheets are joined £150 - £250

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4548 Saint Dominic’s Press. Pertinent & Impertinent, An Assortment of Verse, limited edition numbered 14 of 200, Ditchling: St. Dominic’s Press, 1926, publisher’s quarter cloth and grey boards with blue paper dust-wrappers (faded) and gilt pictorial title to upper board, contents clean and bright; The Common Carol Book, A Collection of Christmas and Easter Hymns, limited edition numbered 3 of 225, Ditchling: 1926, publisher’s quarter cloth and grey boards, cream paper dust-wrappers (worn) with woodcut design to upper board; Plays for Puppets, by Hilary Douglas Clark Pepler, limited edition numbered 35/450 and signed by author with initials, Ditchling: 1929, publisher’s quarter buckram with printed boards bearing woodcut of ox, very good, clean, bright, with loosely inserted advertisement for an exhibition of St. Dominic’s Press books at J. & E. Bumpus Ltd., London; Saint Dominic, Scenes from the Life of the Saint in the Form of a Play, Ditchling: 1929, publisher’s silvered boards with woodcut paper label and original protective tissue wrappers, good and bright, tissue wrappers worn (4) £150 - £250 4549 Scarce Printing History / Forerunner to Nonesuch Press. Meynell, Francis. Meditations from the Note Book of Mary Carey 1649-1657, Printed & Sold by Francis Meynell, 67 Romney Street, Westminster, 1918. One of 100 copies, ‘Of this book one hundred copies have been printed, by Francis Meynell. The type is the 17th century “Fell Type,” and is here used by the courtesy of the Delegates of the University Press at Oxford. In April of the year 1918 being the fifth of the war.’ Dedicated to Lilias and Robert in prison. Publisher’s decorated paper covered boards with some of the original glassine wrapper still present, contents good and bright, a little wear to headcaps/edges of paper boards £60 - £100

4550 Scarce Political Ephemera / Printing History / Russian Revolution interest. Meynell, Francis (forerunner to Nonesuch Press). Russia Free! Ten Speeches Delivered at the Royal Albert Hall London On 31 March 1917, Authorised Report, London: 1917. The colophon states: ‘Printed at the Pelican Press, Two Gough Square E.C. by Francis Meynell in the III year of the War but the MCMXVII of our Salvation’. 24 pages, publisher’s printed paper wrappers, priced threepence. Complete, a little light creasing and very pale spotting, the paper wrappers untrimmed with wear at edges. The foreword includes the following statement: ‘This Meeting sends joyful congratulations to the Democrats of Russia, and calls upon the Governments of Great Britain and of every country, neutral and belligerant alike, to follow the Russian example by establishing Industrial Freedom, Freedom of Speech and the Press, the Abolition of Social, Religious, and National distinctions, an immediate Amnesty for Political and Religious offences, and Universal Suffrage. April 21, 1917’ £200 - £300

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4554 Early Science / Medicine interest. A Collection of Receipts in Physic, Being the Entire Practice Of a late Eminent Physician: Containing A Complete Body of Prescriptions answering to every Disease, With some in Surgery, London: Printed for Lockyer Davis, 1752. Scarce. Complete. Four pages of advertisements at rear. The book includes some unusual medical advice and remedies, for example: ‘A Fume for the Piles. Take Marsh Mallows, and Mullen each one Handful: Bruise and boil in a Pint of Milk, and when hot receive the Smoke through a Funnel.’ Contemporary quarter calf with blue paper covered boards, binding worn as found, pages loose but complete £60 - £80 4551 Scarce Political Ephemera / Printing History / WW1 interest. Three volumes of The Conscientious Objector’s Hansard, London: Pelican Press, Published by the No-Conscription Fellowship. No.12, dated November 23, 1916; No.21, dated March 8, 1917; No.22, dated March 15, 1917. Each volume 12 pages, as issued, some light cockling/spotting. Together with Christianity a Danger to the State, by Laurence Housman, London: Pelican Press, No-Conscription Fellowship, no date, publisher’s wrappers (4) £100 - £150

4553 Churchill, Winston. The Story of the Malakand Field Force, London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1898. Full dark green crushed morocco, marbled endpapers, all page edges gilt, raised bands, finely bound by Zaehnsdorf for Asprey & Co. First edition, first issue, no errata slip, 32 pages of advertisements at rear £1000 - £1500

4555 Napoleon in Exile, or, A Voice from St. Helena, by Barry E. O’Meara, his late surgeon, fifth edition, in two volumes, London: W. Simpkin & Marshall, 1822, full polished marbled calf with gilt titles. Together with History of the Reign of Philip the Second, by William H. Prescott, in two volumes, London: Richard Bentley, 1855, full calf with red & green title labels and marbled endpapers/page edges (4) £50 - £80 4556 ireland: Its Scenery, Character, &c., by Mr. & Mrs. Hall, first edition, London: How and Parsons, 1841-43. Contemporary half-calf with gilt titles, armorial bookplates for J. Francis Gaskell, illustrated throughout with numerous steel-engraved topographical plates (3) £80 - £120 4557 Goldsmith, Oliver. A History of the Earth and Animated Nature, in two volumes, Edinburgh & London: A. Fullarton & Co., no date. Full contemporary green calf with contrasting red & black title labels, marbled endpapers, all page edges gilt (2) £50 - £60

4552 Churchill, Winston. A History of the English Speaking Peoples, first edition, London: Cassell and Company Ltd., 1956-58. Full crushed red morocco, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, raised bands, finely bound by Bayntun-Riviere of Bath £300 - £500

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HANSONS AU C T I O N E E R S A N D VA LU E R S 4558 Collection of poetry books to include: Letters From Iceland, by W. H. Auden & Louis Macneice, first edition, Faber and Faber, 1937, signed by W. H. Auden to front blank leaf, publisher’s cloth (no dust-jacket); October and Other Poems, by Robert Bridges, London: William Heinemann, 1920, limited edition numbered 20 of 65 on hand-made paper, signed by Robert Bridges, publisher’s grey paper covered boards with paper title label to spine; Noonday and Other Poems, by T. Lovatt Williams, signed by the author, blue paper covers; Earth of Cualann, by Joseph Campbell, limited edition numbered 422 of 500, Dublin & London: Maunsel and Company Ltd., 1917, uncut and untrimmed page edges, quarter-vellum plus dustjacket; The Old Huntsman, by Siegfried Sassoon, London: Heinemann, 1917, paper covered boards; Poems, by William Cowper of the Inner Temple, two volumes, London: Jones & Company, 1824, miniature (9.5cm height), full calf with black title labels, and others, together with Man About the House, by John Hampson, London: Grayson & Grayson, 1935, limited edition numbered 15 of 250, signed by the author (26) £150 - £250

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4562 indian illuminated manuscript leaf from a Mughal Koran, script to recto and verso with borders ruled in colours and gold, gilt flowers to margins, the sheet measuring 22.5cm by 14.5cm. Together with printed information from ‘I.P.W. Antiques’ stating that the leaf is 18th century and was copied by Muhammad ‘Arif al-Haravi (known as “the second Yaqut”) £70 - £100 4563 indian illuminated manuscript leaf from a Mughal Koran, script to recto and verso with borders ruled in colours and gold, gilt flowers to margins, the sheet measuring 22.5cm by 14.5cm. Together with printed information from ‘I.P.W. Antiques’ stating that the leaf is 18th century and was copied by Muhammad ‘Arif al-Haravi (known as “the second Yaqut”) £70 - £100 4564 A Sermon Preached November 5 1678 at St. Margarets Westminster, Before the Honourable House of Commons, by John Tillotson, Dean of Canterbury and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, London: Brabazon Aylmer, 1678. Text complete (36pp) with title page and preliminary text, no covers, stitched, contemporary owner inscriptions to front (Lady Houlis of Stainsby) £30 - £50

4559 Collection of books relating to Warwickshire & Birmingham, to include: A New and Complete History of the County of Warwick, by William Smith, Birmingham: William Emans, 1829, illustrated throughout with numerous steelengraved topographical plates, later half-calf with raised bands, gilt title, and marbled boards; History and Antiquities of Stratford-upon-Avon, by R. B. Wheler, Stratford-upon-Avon: J. Ward, no date [c.1810], illustrated with aquatint plates, full contemporary calf with oxblood title label, marbled endpapers; Bygone Erdington, by A. H. Saxton, 1928; Baddesley Clinton, by Rev. Henry Norris of Tamworth, 1897; Sutton Coldfield, by W. Midgley, 1904; Traditions of the the Old Crown House, by Toulmin Smith, 1863; Men and Names of Old Birmingham, by Toulmin Smith, 1864; The Book Makers of Old Birmingham, by Joseph Hill, 1907, limited edition numbered 257 of 275, sigend by the author, armorial bookplate for Herbert Elkington (and signed by the same); A History of Aston Manor Past and Present, by H. A. Botwood, 1889; Solihull and its Church, by Rev. Robert Pemberton, Exeter: William Pollard, 1905, Subscriber’s Edition signed by the author and numbered 83 of 100, and other titles (21) £150 - £250

4566 Gay, John. Fables, Vol. I of the sixth edition, London: J. and R. Tonson, 1746, Vol. II of the third edition, London: J. and P. Knapton, 1747. Octavo, uniform bindings in full calf, oxblood morocco title labels, raised bands, engraved pictorial title to Vol. I, engraved title and frontispiece to Vol. II, illustrated with engraved plates throughout each volume, armorial bookplate for Isaac Hawkins Browne and owner inscription for the same dated 1752, a more recent bookplate for Geoffrey, Lord Cross of Chelsea (2) £80 - £120

4560 Oriental Ceramics - The World’s Great Collections, Tokyo, New York and San Francisco: Kodansha, 1982, standard edition complete in 11 volumes, folio, publisher’s cloth with slipcases, illustrated throughout (11) £600 - £800

4567 Fielding, Henry. Tom Jones, in four volumes, Paris: Rollin, 1764. Full calf, marbled endpapers, French text, engraved frontispiece and further plates throughout, recent armorial bookplates for Geoffrey, Lord Cross of Chelsea (4) £50 - £70

4561 Persian manuscript leaf, script to recto and verso embellished with colour and gilt borders, sheet measuring 26.5cm by 15cm. Together with printed information from ‘I.P.W. Antiques’, stating that the leaf is from a Kulliyat, circa 1610, from an edition of Sa’adi’s works £50 - £80

4568 Collection of 18th-century leather-bound books, to include La Sainte Bible, Amsterdam (no date); An Introduction to Botany, Priscilla Wakefield (1796); Emilius and Sophia, Or, The Solitaries, Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1783); The Yorkshire Memorandum Book, Or, Daily Journal for the Year 1800; A Journey Through Every Stage of Life, by A Person of Quality (1754); The Works of Richard Savage, in two volumes (1777), and others, in one carton (14) £100 - £150

4565 Butler, Samuel. Hudibras, with preface by Zachary Grey, in two volumes, London: J. Bentham, 1744. Full calf, rebacked with original spine laid down, raised bands, oxblood morocco title labels, engraved frontispiece portrait of Butler plus further engraved plates within the text, armorial bookplates for J. Jackson of Macclesfield and Streynsham Master (2) £80 - £120

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HA NS O NS AUC TIO NEERS A ND VA LUERS 4569 Fuller, Thomas. Abel Redevivus: Or, The dead yet Speaking, The Lives and Deaths of the Moderne Divines, London: Printed by Thomas Brudenell for John Stafford, 1651. Full calf binding (worn as found), red & black title page, engraved frontispiece showing a talking skeleton (loss at corner of leaf ), engraved portraits of the various figures being discussed, front free endpaper inscribed ‘Verfasser: Thomas Fuller’. Contents generally sound throughout but with some dampstaining £100 - £150 4570 Browning, Robert. The Poetical Works, in three volumes, fourth edition, London: Chapman and Hall, 1865. Presentation copy with tipped-in autograph letter (signed) to front-free endpaper of first volume (addressed to Rev. J. M. Bellew, the English author and preacher): ‘Dear Sir, May I beg your acceptance of a copy of the poems, one or two of which you have been reciting so admirably Yours very faithfully, Robert Browning. 19 Warwick Crescent, Upper Westbourne Terrace, W. Nov. 1. ‘65’. Publisher’s dark brown buckram, publisher’s advertisements to rear of second and third volume (for ‘Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Works’ and ‘Robert Browning’s Works’), bindings rubbed with wear to headcaps and corners (3) £300 - £500

4571 Plath, Sylvia. Ariel, first edition, London, Faber and Faber, 1965, publishers gilt red cloth, with original unclipped dust jacket, good clean condition, slight chipping edges. Together with Winter Trees, 1971 (2) £300 - £400 4572 Laurence Stephen Lowry R.B.A., R.A., (British, 18871976), 'Britain at Play', colour print, signed l.r., Fine Art Trade Guild blind-stamp l.l., 47 by 61cm, framed Note: Artist Resale Rights apply £2,000 - £3,000

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COUNTRY HOUSE JEWELLERY, FiNE ART | LiBRARY AUCTiON

AUCTiON DATE: 3RD, 4TH, 5TH, 6TH & 11TH APRiL 2019 COMMISSION BID FORM Please bid on my behalf for the undermentioned lots up to the price specified the lots to be bid for as cheaply as permitted by other bids or reserves, if any. I agree to comply with the Notices and Conditions of Sale. Please Note: All successful bids are subject to a 20% buyer’s premium + VAT. pLease use CapitaLs

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Fine Jewellery, Watches & Silver Thursday & Friday 27/28 June Entries invited until 7 June

Tudor Oysterdate. A rare 'Montecarlo' steel wristwatch. Sold for a record ÂŁ51,100

Please contact: David Byrne FIRV, FGA, DGA Kate Bliss MRCS, FGA Isabel Murtough Helen Smith BA(Hons) Victoria Sheppard (Silver) jewellery@hansonsauctioneers.co.uk 01283 733988

Fine Paintings & Derbyshire Art Saturday 29 June Entries invited until 7 June Please contact: Adrian Rathbone BA(Hons) Head of Fine Arts, Associate Director arathbone@hansonsauctioneers.co.uk 01283 733988

Brian Shields 'Braaq'. He's Not Going Home Yet', oil Sold for ÂŁ9,000


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Country House Jewellery, Fine Art & Library Auction | Wednesday 3 to Saturday 6 April & Thursday 11 April 2019 at Bishton Hall, Staffordshir...

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