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Morphets fine art auctioneers & valuers since 1895

Wednesday 5th June at 6pm Fine Wines, Vintage Port and Spirits Thursday 6th June at 10am Fine Art and Antiques


Lot 362


Morphets fine art auctioneers & valuers since 1895

FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT AND SPIRITS Wednesday 5th June at 6pm

ORDER OF SALE Wednesday 5th June at 6pm

FINE ART AND ANTIQUES Thursday 6th June at 10am

Fine Wines, Vintage Port and Spirits 1-300

Thursday 6th June at 10am ON VIEW Tuesday 4th June 2pm-7pm Wednesday 5th June 10am-5pm Sale Day 8.30am-10am Front Cover Illustration: Lot 166 Back Cover Illustration: Lot 284

Collectors’ Items Books and Ephemera

13-49

Maps

51-64

Works of Art

67-80

European Ceramics

Catalogue: £5.00

1-12

83-130

Asian Ceramics and Works of Art 134-171 Glass

174-178

Foreign Silver and Plate

180-190

www.morphets.co.uk www.the-saleroom.com/morphets

Silver

191-235

Objets de Vertu

239-259

the-saleroom.com

Jewellery

260-296

Live bidding is available for this sale

Watches

300-317

Lots purchased online with the-saleroom.com will attract an additional charge for this service in the sum of 3% of the hammer price plus VAT at the rate imposed

Coins

319-340

All lots are illustrated and can be viewed on the internet via

Interval for Lunch Oil paintings

343-383

Enquiries concerning this sale:

Watercolours

384-415

Elizabeth Pepper-Darling ASFAV David Hall

Prints

418-432

Furniture

434-477

Saleroom and Offices: 6 Albert Street, Harrogate HG1 1JL Tel: 01423 530030 Fax: 01423 500717 e-mail: enquiries@morphets.co.uk

Members of the Society

of Fine Art Auctioneers.

Carpets

478

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Information For Buyers 1. INTRODUCTION

7. CONDITION REPORTS We may be able to assist buyers unable to view by providing a condition report, but these reports are based solely on our own opinion and are for guidance only and no responsibility is accepted for their accuracy. Intending buyers are strongly encouraged to view. (Please see our Conditions of Sale).

The following informative notes are intended to assist Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to our salerooms. All sales are conducted on our printed Conditions of Sale which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand.

8. ELECTRICAL GOODS Collectable items which are electrical are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician first.

2. AGENCY As auctioneers we usually contract as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy your primary contract is with the seller.

9. EXPORT OF GOODS Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory.

3. ESTIMATES Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive.

10. BIDDING Bidders are required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the registration form. You will need a bidding card which is available free of charge, upon production of current identification that can confirm your name and address (eg driving licence, passport, utility bill, but please note that we will not accept bank debit or credit cards as identification).Otherwise, a refundable CASH deposit of £50 must be paid, your deposit will be set against your invoice if you are successful with your bid, or refunded to you once we have established that no bids have been allocated to your bidding number.

4. BUYER’S PREMIUM The Conditions of Sale oblige buyers to pay a buyer’s premium at 15% on the hammer price of each lot purchased. In addition, VAT is chargeable on this premium (see below). Please see note under live bidding on the following page. 5. VAT (*) indicates that there is a VAT element payable by the purchaser at the standard rate within the hammer price as well as being payable on the buyer’s premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the Dealers Margin Scheme or because VAT is due on importation into the UK. Lots which appear without the above symbol indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price. This may be because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and, if so, it should be noted that the VAT included within the Premium is not recoverable as input tax.

11. COMMISSION BIDDING Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyer’s premium. They will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone, e-mail or fax. In order for Commission and Telephone Bids to be operated, we will require your credit/debit card details. Confirmation of any bids taken over the telephone must be made in writing (fax, email or post) by 9am on the day of the sale.

6. CONDITIONS OF LOTS Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and neither the seller nor we as the auctioneers accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in specified circumstances lots misdescribed because they are ‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week time limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale). MORPHETS Fine Art & Antique Auctioneers since 1895

12. METHODS OF PAYMENT Goods can be paid for during the sale. We accept the following forms of payment:Cash: (up to a limit of £5,000 due to money laundering regulations) Cheques: goods will only be released on cleared cheques Debit Card: Cardholder Not Present transactions subject to maximum £500 limit 2


Credit Card: subject to a charge of 2% plus VAT, Cardholder Not Present transactions subject to maximum £500 limit

SELLING AT MORPHETS Selling by auction is a simple and efficient way of disposing of either a single item or an entire household on the open market with professional advice. Morphets’ staff are available to assist you with your sale.

Bank Transfer: details available from the Office. 13. COLLECTION AND STORAGE Please note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying our storage charges.

Morphets hold quarterly catalogue sales which include fine art, antique furniture, works of art and regular sales of household content and Victoriana. Your consignment will be individually assessed for the most suitable sale.

GLOSSARY OF TERMS CONCERNING THE ATTRIBUTION OF PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS (i) The christian name(s) and surname of the artist indicates in our opinion a work by the artist.

FREE ADVISORY SESSIONS are held every Wednesday between 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. when our valuers are on hand to assess the auction value of your property free of charge.

(ii)

The initials of the christian name(s) and the surname of the artist indicate in our opinion a work of the period of the artist which may be wholly or in part his work.

If your items are too large or numerous to bring to the office an appointment can be made for our valuers to call at your home.

(iii)

The surname only of the artist indicates in our opinion a work of the school or by one of the followers of the artist or in his style and of uncertain date.

(iv)

‘‘Bears signature’’ indicates in our opinion that this is not the signature of the artist.

LIVE BIDDING IS AVAILABLE FOR THIS SALE Any bids made via www.the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission on the hammer price.

(v)

The name of the artist preceded by ‘‘After’’ indicates in our opinion a copy of the work of the artist.

ARTISTS RESALE RIGHTS In accordance with Artists Resale Rights Regulations 2006, all lots marked ARR which sell for €1,000 or more are subject to a resale royalty charge ("Royalty"). This Royalty is payable by the Bidder. The Royalty will be charged at a rate of 4% of the total hammer price (exclusive of Bidder's premium which is payable under clause 8a) for lots selling for amounts up to €50,000. For lots selling in excess of €50,001, the Royalty shall be calculated at a reduced rate (details available on request). The Royalty is not subject to VAT and is payable in sterling calculated on the day of sale at the prevailing rate of exchange. Payment shall be passed directly to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS), 33 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DX. For further information please contact the Auctioneers or DACS on 0845 4103410 or visit their website at www.dacs.org.uk

NOTICE TO BUYERS OF GEMSTONES/JEWELS Many coloured gemstones have been subjected to a variety of treatments designed to enhance their appearance, for example heating is regularly used to improve colour or transparency in rubies and sapphires. Other treatments such as oiling, enhance the clarity of emeralds. Other coloured gemstones may have undergone permanent or semi-permanent treatments such as dyeing, irradiation, coating and impregnation, which may require further re-treatment in order to retain their appearance. The jewellery trade generally accepts these treatments. Prospective purchasers should assume all gemstones will have been treated unless statements are made to the contrary. Recent advancements in technology have led to some diamonds being treated in a variety of ways designed to enhance their appearance. These treatments can include fracture filling, laser drilling, irradiation and coating. Every effort is made to identify such treatments, however it is not possible for Morphets to guarantee that all lots containing diamonds are free of these enhancements.

MORE ABOUT MORPHETS Morphets offer a complete auction sales and valuation service. Call in to discuss your particular requirements with our valuers. Valuations can be prepared for Probate, Insurance, Family Division etc. for private clients, executors and trustees. Most valuations can be started within seven days.

All dimensions and estimated weights of gemstones have been determined without unsetting the stones and are therefore only approximate because of limitations imposed by the mount. Estimated weights are normally calculated by applying standard formulae to the measurements taken. 3

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BURGUNDY & RHONE

BORDEAUX

Capsule

bn. 3cm vts. 5cm ts.

7cm

hs. ms. ls. bs.

ULLAGE describes the space between the bottom of the cork and the level of the wine in the bottle. Where not mentioned, it should be assumed that the levels and labelling are good. For Bordeaux, Port and other wines in bottles with defined shoulders the ullage/level is shown, if relevant, by its position in the bottle. Our interpretations are as follows: u. n.

ullage level within neck; the normal level of young wines bn. bottom neck; perfectly acceptable for any age of wine vts. very top shoulder; completely acceptable for any age of wine

ts.

top shoulder; usual level for wines over 15 years old hs. high shoulder; typical reduction through the cork, usually no problem ms. mid shoulder; usually some deterioration of the cork and therefore some variation

ls. bs.

low shoulder; more variable and therefore carries a lower estimate bottom shoulder; very variable, usually a rare or interesting wine at a low estimate

For Burgundy, German and other wines in bottles with sloping necks the ullage is shown in centimetres, measured from the base of the cork. CAUTION 1. Though every effort is made to describe or measure the levels of older vintages, levels may change between cataloguing and sales. This may be caused by the ageing of the cork or by a change in the temperature of the storage conditions or the shipment of the wine. 2. There is a risk of cork failure in old wines and due allowance must be made for this by the potential buyer. 3. It is Morphets Of Harrogate’s policy to open original cases and to describe the level of wine, label and capsule condition, except for wines of vintages from the last fifteen years, with the exception of high value wines, at the discretion of our wine department. 4. Morphets Of Harrogate will not enter in to any price negotiation or credit after the delivery is made and returns will not be accepted. 5. Under no circumstances will substitutes be provided by Morphets Of Harrogate; for example in the case of breakage, or error of description. 6. Labels may be stained where wines have been stored in damp conditions. It should be noted that such storage conditions are generally beneficial.

BOTTLINGS

PACKING

BB CB DB EA UK UK XX

OWC original wooden case WC wooden case OC original carton

Bordeaux bottled Château bottled Domain bottled Erzeugarabfüllung (Estate bottled German wine) Bottled in country of origin Bottled in United Kingdom Bottling not known

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VAT An * beside the lot number denotes a VAT element within the hammer price which may be reclaimed where appropriate. 4


FINE WINES,VINTAGE PORT AND SPIRITS AUCTION Wednesday 5th June Commencing at 6.00pm


FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lots 1-95 are from a Harrogate collection, the majority of which have been stored in a purpose built cellar since shipment. A few bottles in cardboard cases in contact with the floor have some damp damage to the labels, but generally the wines appear to be in excellent condition with very good levels. Lot 1 Nepenthe Pinot Gris 2000 Adelaide Hills, 9 bottles £60 - £70 Lot 2 Evans and Tate Shiraz 1999 Margaret River, 11 bottles £70 - £80 Lot 3 Xanadu Semillon 1999 Margaret RIver, 12 bottles £80 - £110 Lot 4 Xanadu Semillon 1999 Margaret RIver, 12 bottles £80 - £110 Lot 5 Maxwell Lime Cove Cabernet 1999 McLaren Vale, 8 bottles £70 - £100 Lot 6 Charles Melton Nine Popes 1997 Barossa, 9 bottles £80 - £110 Lot 7 Chivite Coleccion 125 Gran Reserva 1992 Navarra, 3 bottles; Bodegas Piqueras Marius Reserva 1993, labels poor, 4 bottles (7) £50 - £60 Lot 8 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz 1998 South Australia, 2 bottles; Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawara Shiraz 1998, labels soiled/poor, 6 bottles £80 - £100 Lot 9 Rioja San Vincente Tempranillo 2001 DB, 12 bottles £120 - £150

Lot 10 Bordeau Rosé 2004 BB Château Haut Bailly, oc, 11 bottles £60 - £80 Lot 11 Crozes Hermitage Cuveé Gaby 1999 DB Domaine du Colombier, 12 bottles £80 - £110 Lot 12 Crozes Hermitage Cuveé Gaby 1999 DB Domaine du Colombier, 12 bottles £80 - £110 Lot 13 Côtes du Rhône Villages Les Aphillanthes Cuveé des Galets 2000 DB oc, 12 bottles £70 - £90 Lot 14 Côtes du Rhône Villages Les Aphillanthes Cuveé des Galets 2000 DB, 18 bottles £105 - £135 Lot 15 Châteauneuf du Pape Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe 1998 DB owc, 8 bottles £220 - £260 Lot 16 Châteauneuf du Pape Clos des Papes 1998 DB owc, 12 bottles £360 - £420 Lot 17 Côtes du Rhône Coudoulet de Beaucastel 1998 oc, 12 bottles £120 - £160 Lot 18 Côtes du Rhône Coudoulet de Beaucastel 1998, 7 bottles £70 - £90 Lot 19 Hautes Côtes de Beaune 1997 Labouré Roi, 15 bottles £70 - £100 Lot 20 Chianti Classico II Tarocco 1998 Torraccia di Presura, 8 bottles; Barbera d’Asti Firesteed, 2 bottles; Chianti Reserva Piccini 1998, 1 bottle (11) £55 - £75

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Lot 21 Chianti Classico Castello di Brolio 1997 Barone Ricasoli owc, 6 bottles £60 - £90 Lot 22 Cortaccio 1997 Villa Cafaggio, 6 bottles £100 - £120 Lot 23 Pinonero di Valentino 1991 Rocche dei Manzoni, 9 bottles £80 - £110 Lot 24 Campofiorin Ripasso Rosso del Veronese 1997 Masi, 12 bottles £180 - £240 Lot 25 Campofiorin Ripasso Rosso del Veronese 1997 Masi, 10 bottles £150 - £200 Lot 26 Campofiorin Ripasso Rosse del Veronese 1997 Masi, 6 bottles £90 - £120 Lot 27 Salamartano Rosso 1997 Fattoria Montellori, Toscana, four labels scuffed, 12 bottles £150 - £200 Lot 28 Salamartano Rosso 1997 Fattoria Montellori, Toscana, 9 bottles £110 - £150 Lot 29 Chianti Classico Riserva 1999 Villa Cafaggio, one label poor, 6 bottles £50 - £65 Lot 30 Chianti Classico 1998 Villa Cafaggio, three labels damaged, 12 bottles £60 - £80 Lot 31 Chianti Classico 2000 Villa Cafaggio, two labels scuffed, 12 bottles £60 - £80


FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 32 Barolo La Serra 1997 Marcarini, 8 bottles £180 - £240 Lot 33 Bricco Manzoni Langhe 1990 Rocche dei Manzoni, labels scuffed, 5 bottles £80 - £120 Lot 34 Morellino di Scansano Belguardo 1997 Marchesi Mazzei, 4 bottles; Chianti Classico 1996 Castello San Polo Rosso, 1 bottle (5) £30 - £40 Lot 35 Château Poujeaux 1995 CB Moulis, 12 bottles £130 - £160 Lot 36 Château La Tourette 1995 CB Pauillac owc, 11 bottles £150 - £180 Lot 37 Château Paveil de Luze 1995 CB Margaux owc, 11 bottles £70 - £90 Lot 38 Château Léoville Poyferré 1995 CB 2ème cru classé St Julien, 12 bottles £480 - £540 Lot 39 Château Léoville Poyferré 1995 CB 2ème cru classé St Julien owc (2), 12 bottles £480 - £540 Lot 40 Château Léoville Poyferré 1995 CB 2ème cru classé St Julien owc (2), 12 bottles £480 - £540 Lot 41 Château Potensac 1995 CB Médoc owc, 12 bottles £150 - £180 Lot 42 Château Charlemagne 1995 CB Canon-Fronsac owc, 12 bottles £120 - £150

Lot 43 Château Charlemagne 1995 CB Canon-Fronsac, 10 bottles £90 - £110

Lot 54 Château Brown Lamartine 1995 CB Bordeaux Supérieur oc, 24 bottles £150 - £180

Lot 44 Château Cantermerle 1995 CB Macau Haut Médoc owc (2), 12 bottles £200 - £240

Lot 55 Château Brown Lamartine 1995 CB, 11 bottles; Château Rollan de By 1995 CB, 6 bottles (17) £110 - £140

Lot 45 Château Cantermerle 1995 CB Macau Haut Médoc owc (2), 12 bottles £200 - £240

Lot 56 Château de France Rouge 1995 CB Pessac-Léognan, 16 bottles £90 - £120

Lot 46 Château Les Ormes de Pez 1995 CB St Estèphe owc, 12 bottles £140 - £180

Lot 57 Château Beau Site 1995 CB, 2 bottles; Château Les Ormes de Pez 1995 CB, 6 bottles; Château Monbrison 1995 CB, 3 bottles (11) £110 - £140

Lot 47 Château Phélan Ségur 1995 CB St Estèphe owc, 12 bottles £200 - £240 Lot 48 Château Beychevelle 1995 CB 4ème cru classé St Julien owc, 12 bottles £480 - £540 Lot 49 Clos du Marquis 1995 CB St Julien, 2nd wine of Château Léoville Las Cases, owc (2), 11 bottles £260 - £320 Lot 50 Château Larmande 1995 CB St Emilion grand cru classé owc (2), 12 bottles £150 - £180 Lot 51 Château Clerc Milon 1995 CB 5ème cru classé Pauillac owc (2), 12 bottles £300 - £360 Lot 52 Château Clerc Milon 1995 CB 5ème cru classé Pauillac owc (2), 12 bottles £300 - £360 Lot 53 Château Clerc Milon 1995 CB 5ème cru classé Pauillac owc (2), 12 bottles £300 - £360

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Lot 58 Château Duhart Milon 1995 CB 4ème cru classé, 3 labels poor, 5 bottles £140 - £180 Lot 59 Château Bourgneuf 1995 CB, labels loose and damp affected, 4 bottles; Château Bertineau St Vincent 1995 CB, 6 bottles; Château Phélan Ségur 1995 CB, 3 bottles; Château Poujeaux 1995 CB, labels damp affected, 2 bottles (15) £130 - £160 Lot 60 Château Haut Bergey 1995 CB Pessac-Léognan, 15 bottles £130 - £160 Lot 61 Château Arnauld 1995 CB Haut Médoc oc, 11 bottles £50 - £65 Lot 62 Château Poujeaux 1996 CB Moulis owc, 12 bottles £140 - £170 Lot 63 Château Poujeaux 1996 CB Moulis owc, 12 bottles £140 - £170

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FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 64 Château Cantenac Brown 1996 CB 3ème cru classé Margaux owc, 12 bottles £210 - £240

Lot 75 Château Clerc Milon 1996 CB 5ème cru classé Pauillac owc, 12 bottles £340 - £400

Lot 87 Château d’Aiguilhe 2000 CB Côtes de Castillon owc, 12 bottles £160 - £200

Lot 65 Château Léoville Poyferré 1996 CB 2ème cru classé St Julien owc, 12 bottles £500 - £560

Lot 76 Château d’Armailhac 1996 CB 5ème cru classé Pauillac owc, 12 bottles £300 - £360

Lot 88 Château d’Aiguilhe 2000 CB Côtes de Castillon owc, 12 bottles £160 - £200

Lot 66 Château Marbuzet 1996 CB St Estèphe owc, 12 bottles £160 - £200

Lot 77 Château Grand Pontet 1996 CB St Emilion grand cru classé owc, 12 bottles £140 - £170

Lot 89 Château Cissac 2000 CB Haut Médoc owc, 11 bottles £90 - £120

Lot 67 Château Calon Ségur 1996 CB 4ème cru classé St Estèphe owc, 12 bottles £480 - £540

Lot 78 Château Kirwan 1996 CB 3ème cru classé Margaux owc, 12 bottles £260 - £320

Lot 68 Château Lafon Rochet 1996 CB 4ème cru classé St Estèphe owc, 12 bottles £300 - £340

Lot 79 Château Villa Bel-Air Rouge 2000 CB Graves oc, 24 bottles £200 - £240

Lot 69 Château Beau Séjour Bécot 1996 CB 1er grand cru classé (B) St Emilion owc, 12 bottles £200 - £240 Lot 70 Château Troplong Mondot 1996 CB St Emilion grand cru classé oc, 12 bottles £240 - £280 Lot 71 Clos du Marquis 1996 CB St Julien, 2nd wine of Château Léoville Las Cases owc, 12 bottles £260 - £320 Lot 72 Château Fourcas Hosten 2000 CB Listrac oc, 12 bottles £90 - £110 Lot 73 Château Fourcas Hosten 2000 CB Listrac oc, 12 bottles £90 - £110 Lot 74 Château Lynch Bages 1996 CB 5ème cru classé Pauillac, 5 bottles £325 - £350

Lot 80 Château Villa Bel-Air Rouge 2000 CB Graves oc, 24 bottles £200 - £240 Lot 81 Château Villa Bel-Air Rouge 2000 CB Graves oc, 20 bottles £160 - £200 Lot 82 Château Chasse Spleen 2000 CB Moulis owc, 10 bottles £160 - £200 Lot 83 Château Lamothe Bergeron 2000 CB Haut Médoc owc, 12 bottles £120 - £140 Lot 84 Château Lamothe Bergeron 2000 CB Haut Médoc owc, 10 bottles £100 - £120 Lot 85 Château Cap de Faugères 2000 CB Côtes de Castillon owc, 24 bottles £200 - £240 Lot 86 Château Cap de Faugères 2000 CB Côtes de Castillon owc, 24 bottles £200 - £240

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Lot 90 Château Phélan Ségur 1995 CB St Estèphe owc, 12 bottles £200 - £240 Lot 91 Château de Rayne Vigneau 1996 CB 1er cru classé Sauternes, 3 bottles £30 - £40 Lot 92 Château Doisy-Védrines 1996 CB 2ème cru classé Sauternes, 6 bottles £70 - £100 Lot 93 Château Calon Ségur 1967 CB u mshs, 2 bottles; Château Duhart Milon Rothschild 1979 CB, 2 bottles; Château Clerc Milon 1979 CB, 1 bottle; Château Maurac 1986 CB, 2 bottles; Château Musar 1993, 1 bottle; Château Laporte 1995 BB, 2 bottles; Château La Gravière 1995 BB, 1 bottle; Clos de Malte 1997 CB, 1 bottle; L’Enclos du Château Lezongars 1998 CB, 2 bottles (14) £70 - £100 Lot 94 Champagne Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve NV, 2 bottles, Champagne Lanson Brut Black Label NV, 1 bottle; Chablis 1er cru Vaulignot 1991 DB L. Moreau 2 bottles; Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Kabinett 1996, S A Prum, 1 bottle (6) £50 - £70


FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 95 Château Clerc Milon 1995 CB, 3 bottles; Châteauneuf du Pape Clos des Papes 1998 DB, 1 bottle (4) £100 - £125 OTHER PROPERTIES Lot 96 Château Lamartine 2006 CB Côtes de Castillon owc, 12 bottles £75 - £100 Lot 97 Château Lanessan 1975 CB u 2ts, hs, 3 bottles; Château Lafon Rochet 1976 CB u hs & bn, 2 bottles (5) £40 - £60 Lot 98 Château Lamothe 1976 CB 2ème cru classé Sauternes u hs, 2ts, 3 bottles; Château Bastor Lamontagne 1975 CB u 2ts, bn, 3 bottles (6) £70 - £100 Lot 99 Taylor’s Vintage Port 1975, u 3bn, 1ts, 4 bottles £110 - £140 Lot 100 Croft Vintage Port 1991, 2 bottles; Dows Vintage Port Quinta do Bomfin 1986, 2 bottles; Warres Vintage Port Quinta da Cavadinha 1987, 1 bottle (5) £90 - £110 Lot 101 Taylor’s Vintage Port Quinta de Vargellas 1987, 2 bottles; Grahams Crusted Port, bottled 1987, 2 bottles; Taylor’s Late Bottled Vintage Port 1995, 2 bottles; Taylor’s Late Bottled Vintage Port 1999, 1 bottle (7) £90 - £110 Lot 102 Charles de Cazanove Vintage Champagne Brut 1969, 1 bottle; Bouzy Rouge Grand Cru Barancourt 1989, 1 bottle; Côtes de Duras Cabernet Sauvignon 1981 Berticot, capsule lacking, 1 magnum; South African Ruby Port NV, KWV, 1 bottle (4) £30 - £40

Lot 103 Offley Boa Vista Vintage Port 1962, 1 bottle; Taylor’s Vintage Port Quinta de Vargellas 1969, 1 bottle; Fonseca Vintage Port Guimaraens 1978, 1 bottle; Taylor’s Late Bottled Vintage Port 1986 owc, 1 magnum (4) £120 - £140 Lot 104 Barolo Monprivato 1996 Giuseppe Mascarello e Figlio, 12 bottles £660 - £720 Lot 105 Barolo Riserva Villero 1982 Vietti, 4 bottles £180 - £240 Lot 106 Barolo 1985, Vietti, 1 bottle; Barbaresco 1986, Vietti, 2 bottles; Barbera d’Alba 1987, Vietti, 3 bottles (6) £100 - £120 Lot 107 Barolo, Riserva Speciale, 1974, Marchesi Di Barolo, 4 bottles; Barolo, 1975, Franco, 2 bottles; Barolo, 1978, Mombaruzzo, 4 bottles (10) £160 - £220 Lot 108 Barolo Cru Margaria, Riserva Speciale, 1974, Chiarlo Michele, excellent appearance, 8 bottles £180 - £240 Lot 109 Brunello di Montalcino Campogiovanni 1984, San Felice, 8 bottles £150 - £200 Lot 110 Barolo Riserva Speciale, 1978, Villadoria, 2 bottles; Barolo, 1979, Villadoria, 1 bottle; Barolo, 1980, Villadoria, 1 bottle; Barolo, 1984, Villadoria, 3 bottles; Barolo Riserva, 1986 Villadoria, 4 bottles; Barolo, Villadoria, vintage slip missing, 1 bottle £160 - £200

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Lot 111 Barolo, 1978, Mombaruzzo, 2 bottles; Barolo, Vigna Scarrone, 1990, Franco Cesari, 1 bottle; Barolo, 1992, Giordano, 1 bottle; Barolo La Cacciatora, 1981, one vintageslip missing, 3 bottles (7) £100 - £120 Lot 112 Sassicaia 1981, Bolgheri, u bn and higher, one label damaged, 3 bottles £150 - £200 Lot 113 Venegazzú della Cassa, 1982 u ts/bn, 3 bottles; Taurasi 1985, Mastroberardino u ts/bn, 3 bottles (6) £60 - £90 Lot 114 Château Léoville-Barton, 1997, CB, 2ème cru classé, St. Julien, 5 bottles £150 - £170 Lot 115 Château Ducru Beaucaillou 2000 CB 2ème cru classé St. Julien, 6 bottles £380 - £420 Lot 116 Château Cos d’Estournel 2000 CB 2ème cru classé St Estèphe, 6 bottles £380 - £420 Lot 117 Château Palmer 2000 CB 3ème cru classé Margaux, 3 bottles £380 - £420 Lot 118 Château Palmer 2005 CB 3ème cru classé Margaux, 3 bottles £380 - £420 Lot 119 Château Lynch Bages 2005 CB 5ème cru classé Pauillac, 6 bottles £380 - £420 Lot 120 Château Latour 2005 CB 1er cru classé Pauillac, 1 bottle £350 - £400

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FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 121 Château Margaux 2005 CB 1er cru classé Margaux, 1 bottle £350 - £400 Lot 122 Château Latour à Pomerol 2000 CB owc, 6 bottles £240 - £300 Lot 123 Château Mouton-Rothschild 1970 CB 1er cru classé Pauillac, u hs, label slightly scuffed and glue stained, 1 bottle £100 - £150 Lot 124 Château Haut Brion 1960 CB 1er cru classé Graves u 3.5cm, dusty label, 1 bottle £80 - £120 Lot 125 Chaâteau Latour 1944 CB 1er cru classé, Pauillac, u hs, dusty, stained, 1 bottle £300 - £400 Lot 126 Château Rauzan-Gassies 1961 CB 2ème cru classé, Margaux, u ts, dusty, stained, 1 bottle £60 - £80 Lot 127 Château Léoville Las Cases 1957 EB, Davis, Hammond & Barton Ltd., London, u m/hs, dusty, stained, scuffed, 1 bottle; Château Léoville Barton 1958 CB u m/hs, dusty, stained, 1 bottle; Château Calon Ségar 1958 CB u l/ms, dusty, stained, 1 bottle (3) £70 - £100 Lot 128 Château Latour 1962 CB 1er cru classé, Pauillac, u ms, dusty, slightly stained, 1 bottle £200 - £260 Lot 129 Château Léoville Poyferré 1962 CB 2ème cru classé, St. Julien, u ts, dusty, slightly scuffed, 1 bottle £90 - £120

Lot 130 Château Lynch Bages 1961 CB 5ème cru classe, Pauillac, u ts, dusty, heavily stained, 1 bottle £130 - £170

Lot 139 Château Ducru Beaucaillou 1957 BB Barton & Cie, u bn, dusty, 1 bottle £40 - £60

Lot 131 Château Lynch Bages 1961 CB 5ème cru classé, Pauillac, u m/hs, dusty, scuffed, 1 bottle £100 - £140

Lot 140 Château Cheval Blanc 1958 CB 1er grand cru classé (A), St. Emilion, u hs, dusty, one corner scuffed, 1 bottle £150 - £200

Lot 132 Château Grand Puy Ducasse 1962 5ème cru classé, Pauillac, apparently EB, u hs & ts, dusty, scuffed, 2 bottles £40 - £60 Lot 133 Château Montrose 1961 CB 2ème cru classé, St Estèphe, u hs, dusty, stained, 1 bottle £150 - £180 Lot 134 Château Montrose 1961 CB 2ème cru classé, St. Estèphe, u hs, dusty, scuffed, 1 bottle £150 - £180 Lot 135 Château Talbot 1961 4ème cru classé, St. Julien, u c7cm, dusty, 1 bottle £40 - £60 Lot 136 Château Rausan-Ségla 1962 CB u ts, dusty, 1 bottle; Château PapeClément 1962 CB u ms, dusty, label faded, top of capsule removed, 1 bottle (2) £50 - £70 Lot 137 Château Léoville Las Cases 1962 CB 2ème cru classé, St. Julien, u hs, dusty, stained, 1 bottle £90 - £110 Lot 138 Château Margaux 1958 CB 1er cru classé Margaux, u ts, dusty, faded label, 1 bottle £90 - £120

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Lot 141 Château Lafite-Rothschild 19*0 (believed 1960) CB 1er cru classé Pauillac, u hs, dusty, rubbed and slightly torn, 1 bottle £150 - £200 Lot 142 Château Mouton-Rothschild 1963 CB 1er cru classé, Pauillac u m/hs, dusty, some staining, 1 bottle £150 - £200 Lot 143 Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste 1961 CB 5ème cru classé, Pauillac, u ts, dusty, stained, edge scuff, 1 bottle £60 - £80 Lot 144 Château Pavie 1961 BB Schröder & Schÿler & Co, 1er grand cru classé (B), St. Emilion, 2bn 1ts, labels bin soiled, torn, 3 bottles £200 - £300 Lot 145 Château Pavie 1961 BB Schröder & Schÿler & Co., 1er grand cru classé (B), St. Emilion, u hs labels bin soiled, torn, one now not showing vintage, 2 bottles £100 - £150 Lot 146 Château Pavie 1961 BB Schröder & Schÿler & Co., 1er grand cru classé (B), St. Emilion, u 3 ms, 2 ls, one label good, others torn and bin soiled, 5 bottles £200 - £260 Lot 147 Château Latour 1946 CB 1er cru classé Pauillac, 1 bottle u bn/vts, excellent level and appearance, a few minor scuffs to the label £500 - £650

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FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 147A Château Margaux 1er grand cru classé Margaux 1945, u ts, 1 bottle. This bottle was imported immediately on release from Château Margaux after WWII and carefully singlecellared since £850 - £1,100 Lot 148 Château Tronquoy Lalande 1985 CB, 1 bottle; Château Duhart Milon Rothschild 1981 CB, 1 bottle; Château Meyney 1981 CB, 2 bottles; Château Doisy-Védrines 1978, 1 bottle; Rhodter Rosengarten Ortega Trockenbeerenauslese 1975, ½ bottle (6) £80 - £110 Lot 149 Château d’Yquem 1961 CB 1er cru supérieur classé, Sauternes, u bn, label faded, 1 bottle £240 - £300 Lot 150 Château Guiraud [1959] CB 1er cru classé, Sauternes, vts, label faded, 1 bottle £40 - £60 Lot 151 Château Moulinet 1952 CB u ms, dusty, 1 bottle; Château Haut Batailley 1966 CB u bn, dusty, torn, 1 bottle; Château Pichon Longueville Baron 1972 CB vts, dusty, stained, 1 bottle (3) £50 - £70

Lot 154 Château Lafite Rothschild 1er cru classé Pauillac 1967, u hs, capsule deteriorating, 1 magnum £400 - £480 Lot 154A Blandy’s Bual Madeira Solera 1811, u well in neck, capsule damage, 1 bottle £100 - £150 Lot 155 Waterloo Bual Madeira Solera 1815, Cossart Gordon & Co, u bn, label torn, slight damage to capsule, 1 bottle £150 - £180 Lot 156 Bual, Madeira Centenary Solera 1845, Cossart Gordon & Co, u m/hs, label torn, 1 bottle £100 - £150 Lot 157 Champagne Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Vintage [1961], bin soiled, label rubbed, 1 bottle £50 - £80 Lot 147 Lot 158 Champagne, Lanson Red Label, Vintage 1966, label rubbed, 1 bottle; Champagne, Marguerite Christel NV, medium dry, bin soiled, 1 bottle (2) £50 - £70

Lot 151A Château Latour 1er cru classé Pauillac 2002, 1 bottle £200 - £250

Lot 159 Offley Boa Vista 1963 Vintage Port, u 2ln, 1ms, damaged branded and dated wax capsules, owner’s manuscript labels, 3 bottles £150 - £180

Lot 152 Château Mouton Rothschild 1er cru classé Pauillac 1986, 2bn, 2 bottles £700 - £800

Lot 160 Graham 1955 Vintage Port, u vts, bin soiled paper label, branded capsule, 1 bottle £80 - £120

Lot 153 Château Lafite Rothschild 1er cru classé Pauillac, 1982, ts, 1 bottle, the label signed personally ‘Best wishes Eric de Rothschild’ (label scuffed) £1,700 - £2,000

Lot 161 Warre 1955 Vintage Port, u m/hs, paper label, remains of capsule, 1 bottle £60 - £80

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FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 162 Croft 1960 Vintage Port, u not visible, appears good, paper label branded wax capsules, some damage, 2 bottles; Ferreira Crusted Port, 1952, damaged paper label, wax capsule mostly missing, 1 bottle (3) £60 - £90

Lot 169 Tattinger Collection Champagne Brut 1982 oc, 1 bottle £90 - £120 Lot 170 Tattinger Collection Champagne Brut 1983 oc, 1 bottle £90 - £120

Lot 178 Bells Scotch Whisky with commemorative ceramic decanters all with original cartons comprising; Princess Beatrice 1988; Year of the Sheep 1991 (12 years old); Christmas 1992 (3) £80 - £100

Lot 163 Taylor’s 1963 Vintage Port, u ln, remains of labels, branded capsules, 6 bottles £480 - £600

Lot 171 Moët et Chandon Champagne Cuvée Dom Perignon 1985 oc, sealed slight damage to case, 1 bottle £100 - £140

Lot 179 Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, 90th Birthday commemorative Bells Scotch Whisky with ceramic decanter, oc £80 - £120

Lot 164 Taylor’s 1963 Vintage Port, u 2ln, bn, remains of labels, branded capsules, 3 bottles £240 - £360

Lot 172 Moët et Chandon Champagne Cuvée Dom Perignon 1985 oc, 1 bottle £100 - £140

Lot 165 Taylor’s 1963 Vintage Port, u 4bn/ts, 2hs, remains of labels, branded capsules, 6 bottles £400 - £500

Lot 173 Moët et Chandon Champagne Cuvée Dom Perignon 1976, 1 bottle £150 - £200

Lot 180 Scotch Whisky Master Blender pack, comprising Tomatin, Glenfarclas, Bruichladdich and Macduff, all 6 2/3 fld oz and Invergordon, 13 1/3 fld oz, with ‘Scotwater’ and glass, moulded packaging to fit £50 - £75

Lot 166 An eclectic dozen of mature wines: 1 bottle Ch. Bellevue 1961, St. Emilion, Grand Cru; 1 bottle Ch. Bellevue 1962, St. Emilion, Grand Cru; 1 bottle Mouton Cadet, 1979; 1 bottle Rioja Vina Valduengo Reserva, 1989; 2 bottles Ch. Fontaine-Royale, 1990, CB, Cru Bourgeois Listrac; 1 bottle Chablis 1er Cru Mont de Milieu, 1991, DB; 1 bottle Ch. Pigoudet Grande Reserve Rouge, 1991, CB, Aix en Provence; 1 bottle Ch. Patache d’Aux 1991, CB; 1 bottle Ch. Les Gravières, 1992, CB, St. Emilion; 1 bottle Ch. Haut Redon, 1994, CB; 1 bottle Ch. St. Germain, 2009, CB, u vts or better (12) £70 - £100

Lot 174 Moët et Chandon Champagne Cuvée Dom Perignon ‘’White Gold’’ 1995, 1 jeroboam, limited edition no. 042 of 100, enclosed in a white gold plated sleeve complete with display case and padded travelling case £5,500 - £6,000

Lot 167 Louis Roederer Cristal Rosé Champagne Brut Vintage 1988, original wooden presentation case, 1 bottle £150 - £200 Lot 168 Tattinger Collection Champagne Brut 1981 oc, slight split to case, 1 bottle £90 - £120

Lot 175 Tattinger Champagne Brut Vintage 1983 oc, 1 bottle; Tattinger Champange Brut Reserve NV oc, 1 bottle; Moët et Chandon Champagne Brut Impérial Vintage 1985, 1 bottle (3) £75 - £100 Lot 176 Bells Royal Reserve 21 years old Scotch Whisky oc, 2 bottles £90 - £120 Lot 177 Bells Royal Reserve 21 years old Scotch Whisky oc, 2 bottles £90 - £120

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Lot 181 Bells Scotch Whisky with commemorative ceramic decanters, all with original cartons, comprising; Princess Beatrice 1988, Princess Eugene 1990, Christmas 1990, Christmas 1991, Christmas 2001, 8 years old (5) £160 - £180 Lot 182 Bells 8 years old Scotch Whisky with commemorative ceramic decanters, original cartons, comprising; Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, 100 years 2000, HM Queen Elizabeth II 75th Birthday 2001 (2) £160 - £180 Lot 183 Glenfiddich ‘Classic’ Malt Scotch Whisky, 43%, original carton, 1 bottle £60 - £70 Lot 184 Bunnahabhain 1985 Single Cask 17 years old Scotch Whisky, 50%, bottled 2002, one of 240 bottles, original carton, 1 bottle £60 - £80


FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 185 House of Lords 12 years old Scotch Whisky, William Whiteley & Co, original carton, 1 bottle; House of Lords Cognac, M & Mme Lhéraud, original carton, 1 bottle; House Of Lords Plymouth Gin, Coates & Co Ltd, 1 bottle (3) £40 - £50 Lot 186 The Macallan Fine Oak 10 years old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, original carton, 1 bottle; Laphroaig 10 years old Single Islay Malt Scotch Whisky, original carton, 1 bottle (2) £40 - £45 Lot 187 Fonseca Quinta do Panascal 1987 Vintage Port, presentation wooden case, 1 bottle; Churchill 1985 Vintage Port, 1 bottle; Harrods 2000 LBV Port, Dows, 1 bottle; Dry Fly Amontillado Sherry, original carton, 1 bottle (4) £50 - £70 Lot 188 Fonseca 1970 Vintage Port, 1 bottle £70 - £100 Lot 189 Taylor’s 1955 Vintage Port, OB uts, 1 bottle; Krohn 1987 LBV port, 1 bottle (2) £100 - £150 Lot 190 Nuits St. Georges 1er cru Clos de la Maréchale 1996 DB Faiveley, 1 bottle; Château Mazeris 1995 CB Canon Fonsac, 1 bottle (2) £40 - £60 Lot 191 Bienvenues Bâtard Montrachet 1996 DB grand cru, Domaine Henri Clerc et Fils, excellent appearance, 1 bottle £30 - £40 Lot 192 Old Red Burgundy from Lupé-Cholet & Co, Nuits St Georges, comprising: Vosne-Romanée 1961 FB, ullages 4.5cm (2), 5cm (2), 5.5cm (2), 6 bottles; Gevrey-Chambertin 1961 FB, ullages 3.5cm (2), 5cm (1), 3 bottles; Savigny-les-Beaunes 1959 FB, ullages 5cm (2), 5.5cm (2), 4 bottles (13) £100 - £150

Lot 193 Echézeaux Grand Cru 1996 Joseph Drouhin, 1 magnum £200 - £250 Lot 194 Echézeaux Grand Cru 1996 Joseph Drouhin, 1 magnum £200 - £250 Lot 195 Chassagne Montrachet 1er cru Les Macherelles 2005 DB Guy Amiot et Fils oc, 12 bottles £200 - £260 Lot 196 Butler Nephew & Co 1942 Vintage Port, level and appearance good, 1 bottle £100 - £200 Lot 197 Three vintages Château Climens, 1er cru classé Barsac; 1 bottle 1962, CB, u bn; 1 bottle 1964 CB, u bn; and 1 bottle 1966, CB, u ts (3) £240 - £300 Lot 198 Two vintages Château Coutet, 1er cru classé, Barsac; 1 bottle 1964, CB, u bn; and 2 bottles 1969, CB, u ts and hs (3) £130 - £160 Lot 199 Two vintages Disznoko Tokaji; 2 bottles (50cl) 1988, 5 puttonyos; and 1 bottle (50cl) 1992, 5 puttonyos (3) £150 - £200 Lot 200 Edes Szamorodni 1972, equivalent to 3 puttonyos, ex Bormuzeum Tolcsva, checked, re-corked, guaranteed and signed by the cellarmaster, 15th November 1998, presentation wooden case, 1 bottle (50cl) £80 - £100 Lot 201 Rare Remy Martin Tantalus Cabinet intact and unused containing: 1 bottle Remy Martin XO Special (Numbered bottle TZ671), 6 ‘coffee mugs’, tie-pin and 2 cigarette lighters £600 - £700

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Lot 202 Champagne and sparkling wine, comprising: Champagne Jacquesson Signature Brut 1976, 1 bottle; Champagne Jean de Challemaison Brut, 1973, 1 bottle; Taltarni Brut Taché NV, 1 bottle; Fürst von Metternich Reisling Sekt NV, 1 bottle (4) £60 - £80 Lot 203 Champagne Bollinger Grande Année Brut, 1979, 1 bottle £40 - £60 Lot 204 Château Giscours 1970 CB 3ème cru classé Margaux u 3hs, 3 half bottles £20 - £30 Lot 205 Château Le Boscq 1990 CB cru bourgeois St Estèphe, 6 bottles £50 - £60 Lot 206 Barbera Castellano 1973, a large format bottle, 3.8 litres £25 - £35 Lot 207 Refosco dal Deduncolo Rosso 1987 Grave del Friuli, a large format bottle, 3 litres £20 - £30 Lot 208 Amarone Recioto della Valpolicella 1973 Montresor, a large format bottle, 3.78 litres £35 - £45 Lot 209 Vinsanto La Chimera 1978 Bianchi di Monsanto owc, 6 half bottles £55 - £75 Lot 210 Barolo Granduca Riviera Speciale 1978 Duca d’Asti, 5 bottles £120 - £150 Lot 211 Barolo 1978 Guasti Clemente, 5 bottles £90 - £120

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FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 212 Brunello di Montalcino 1982 Castelgiocondo, 1 bottle; Barbera d’Alba 1981 Villadoria, 1 bottle; Barbera d’Asti 1983 Barone Stabilini, 1 bottle; Ghemme Collis Breclemae 1983, A & M Arlunno, 1 bottle; Campo ai Sassi, Rosso di Montalcino 1986 Frescobaldi, 1 bottle; Gambellara Classico Gold 1996, 2 bottles (7) £40 - £60 Lot 213 Rocca Sveva Amarone della Valpolicella 1997 Cantina di Soave, 1 bottle; Amarone Recioto della Valpolicella Riserva Speciale 1997 Pergreffi, 1 bottle; Amarone Recioto della Valpolicella 1977, Montressor, 1 bottle; Amarone Recioto della Valpolicella 1980, Boscaini, 1 bottle; Amarone Recioto della Valpolicella 1983, Montresor. 1 bottle; Amarone Recioto della Valpolicella Frassine, vintageship missing, 1 bottle (6) £70 - £90 Lot 214 Amarone Recioto della Valpolicella Classico 1982, Bolla, 7 bottles £150 - £200 Lot 215 Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Reserva 1981, Baiocchi, 1 bottle; Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Reserva 1982, Bigi, 2 bottles (3) £30 - £40 Lot 216 Barolo Riserva Speciale 1967, Villadoria, 2 bottles; Barolo Riserva Speciale 1975, Villadoria, 1 bottle; Barbaresco 1977, Villadoria, 1 bottle; Barbaresco 1980, Villadoria, vintage slip incomplete, 1 bottle; Barolo Riserva 1991, Villadoria, original box, 1 bottle (6) £60 - £80 Lot 217 Dolcetto d’Alba 1988, Guasti Clemente, 8 bottles £30 - £45

Lot 218 Rosso Conero, 1983, Mecvini, 2 bottles; Rosso Conero [1985] Enzo Mecella, 4 bottles (6) £25 - £35 Lot 219 Mara Valpolicella Classico Superiore 1986, Cesari, 1 bottle; Mara Valpolicella Classico Superiore 1994 Cesari, 4 bottles; Chianti 1982 Leonardo u ms/hs, 2 bottles (7) £35 - £45 Lot 220 Chinati Classico Riserva del Poggio 1980, Monsanto, 8 bottles; Chinati Ruffina Poggio Reale Riserva 1979, Spalletti, 1 bottle; Chianti Classico 1980, Fattoria dell’Aiola, 1 bottle; Chianti Classico Lamole 1982 Castelli del Grevespesa, 2 bottles (12) £50 - £70 Lot 221 Chianti Ruffina Montesodi 1982 Frescobaldi, 1 bottle; Chianti Ruffina Remole 1984 Frescobaldi, 2 bottles; Chianti Classico Riserva Il Grigio 1985 San Felice, 4 bottles; Chianti Classico Castelgreve 1987, 1 bottle; Chianti Classico Riserva Montegiachi 1998 Cinughi De Pazzi, 1 bottle; Chianti Classico Illustro 1992, 1 bottle (10) £40 - £60 Lot 222 Rosso Conero 1980 Castelfiora, 9 bottles; Chianti Ruffina Grati 1984 Galiga, 3 bottles; Barbera d’Asti 1985 Guasti Clemente, 2 bottles; Rosso di Montalcino Quercecchio 1986, uhs 1 bottle (15) £50 - £70 Lot 223 Château La Croix du Casse 1996 CB Pomerol, 2 bottles £15 - £20 Lot 224 Viña Bosconia 1934, R López, de Heredia Haro u 5cm, damaged label, 1 bottle £10 - £20 Lot 225 Romanée Saint-Vivant 1959 Grand Cru Vosne Romanée, FB, J.L.P. Lebègue Bichot & Cie, u 3.5cm & 4.5cm, bin soiled, 2 bottles £100 - £150

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Lot 226 Chambertin 1961 Grand Cru, FB, Geisweiler & Fils, u 4cm dusty, 1 bottle; Clos de Vougeot 1961 Grand Cru, FB, N.M. Doudet-Naudin, u 4cm, torn, 1 bottle; Vosne Romanée 1959 FB Morin Père et Fils, u 6cm, dusty, 1 bottle; Gevrey Chambertin Cordon d’Or 1964 EB Edward Young & Co, u 3.5cm, dusty, 1 bottle (4) £80 - £120

Lot 227 Lot 227 Château Suduiraut 1949 CB 1er cru classé Sauternes u h/ms, 1 bottle; Château Filhot 1984 CB 2ème cru classé Sauternes, 1 bottle (2) £200 - £300 Lot 228 Beaune 1er cru Les Epenots 1994 DB Parent, 5 bottles £50 - £75


FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 229 Gevrey Chambertin 2006 FB Gauthier, 1 bottle; Gevrey Chambertin 2004 FB Gauthier, 1 bottle; Nuits St Georges 1999 FB Jadot, 1 bottle; Nuits St Georges Clos de Thorey 1983 DB Moillard, 1 bottle; Pommard 1994 FB Dublanc, 1 bottle Pommard 1989 FB Drouhin, 2 bottles; Aloxe Corton 1994 FB Dublanc, 1 bottle; Mercury Vieilles Vignes 2001 DB Marquis de Goux, 1 bottle (9) £50 - £60 Lot 230 Saint Romain Blanc 2005 FB Les Senteurs, 3 bottles; Saint Romain Blanc 2004 FB Les Senteurs, 2 bottles; Saint Romain Blanc 2000 FB Le Meurger, 1 bottle; Saint Romain Blanc 1998 FB Château de Puligny Montrachet, 4 bottles; Montagny 1er cru Les Coères 2002 FB, 1 bottle; Montagny 1er cru 1993 FB Javelot, 1 bottle (12) £45 - £55 Lot 231 Chablis 1er cru Fourchaume 2006 FB, 3 bottles; Chablis 1er cru Mont de Milieu 2000 DB Nicolle, 5 bottles; Chablis 2007 FB Domaine Pierre de Préhy, 2 bottles; Chablis 1er cru Fourchaume 1999 DB Colombier, 1 bottle; Chablis 2001 DB Gautherin et Fils, 1 bottle (12) £70 - £100 Lot 232 Chablis Grand Cru Valmur 1988 DB Gérard Tremblay owc, 6 bottles £120 - £150 Lot 233 Saint Veran 2005 FB Collovray & Terrier, 1 bottle; Mâcon-Uchizy 2008 FB Sallet, 1 bottle; Pouilly-Fuissé 2006 FB La Fleur Jaune, 1 bottle; PulignyMontrachet Les Enseignères 1998 FB, 1 bottle; Soave Superiore 2006 Villa Erbice oc, 6 bottles; Lugana Villa Flora 2008 Zenato, 1 bottle (11) £45 - £60

Lot 234 Meursault 1993 FB Luc Javelot, 10 bottles £70 - £90 Lot 235 Château St Amand 1970 CB Sauternes, 2 bottles; Saussignac Domaine Léonce Cuisset 2004 CB, 2 50cl bottles; Sauternes Marquis de Chasse 2002 FB, 4 50cl bottles; Château Loupiac-Gaudiet 1999 CB, 3 50cl bottles; Sauternes 1996 FB Baron Philippe de Rothschild, ½ bottle (12) £70 - £90 Lot 236 St Gilbertus Ortega Eiswein 2003 GB Rheinhessen, 1 50cl bottle; Ungsteiner Herrenberg Scheurebe Beerenauslese 1992 GB K Darting, ½ bottle; Westhofener Steingrube Riesling Eiswein 1998 GB Pfeiffer, 1 bottle; Mosel Riesling Auslese 2007 GB Pfeiffer, 4 bottles; Bouvier Trockenbeerenauslese Neusiedlersee Apetlon 1989 Austria, ½ bottle; Rhona Muscadel 1998 Graham Beck South Africa, 1 50cl bottle; Tokaji Aszú 5 puttonyos 1981, 1 50cl bottle; Maculan Vespaiolo 1996, 1 bottle (8) £40 - £50 Lot 237 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe, La Crau, 1997 DB, 3 bottles; Châteauneuf-du-Pape Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe 1985 DB, 1 bottle (4) £75 - £90 Lot 238 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Réserve des Cardinaux 1986 DB Réne Jouffron, 1 bottle; Châteauneuf-du-Pape Domaine du Vieux Lazaret 1995 DB, 1 bottle; Châteauneuf-du-Pape Domaine des Sénéchaux 1999 DB, 1 bottle; Châteauneuf-du-Pape Les Closiers 2000 FB, 1 bottle; Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2007 FB Cave de Monterail, 1 bottle; Gigondas Vieux Clocher 1996 FB Arnoux, 2 bottles (7) £60 - £80

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Lot 239 Hermitage La Croix du Joug 1995 FB Cave de Tain, 3 bottles; Crozes Hermitage Domaine Thalabert, 1999 DB Jaboulet, 1 bottle; St Joseph ‘Offerus’ 2001 FB J L Chave, 1 bottle; Côtes du Rhône Villages Vinsobres 1999 FB Perrin, 3 bottles; Côtes du Rhône Villages Rasteau Domaine des Côteaux des Travers 1996 DB, 1 bottle; Crozes Hermitage 2000 FB, 1 bottle (10) £55 - £65 Lot 240 Champagne Lanson Black Label Brut NV, 10 bottles £90 - £110 Lot 241 Champagne Veuve Cliquot Brut NV ‘Yellow’ label 3 ocs, 5 bottles £70 - £90 Lot 242 Champagne Dom Ruinart Brut Rosé Vintage 1986, 1 bottle; Champagne Veuve Cliquot ‘Carte Or’ Brut Vintage 1983, ½ bottle (2) £70 - £90 Lot 243 Champagne Tattinger Brut Vintage 1995, one foil mouse nibbled, 4 bottles £90 - £110 Lot 244 Champagne Tattinger Grands Crus Brut Vintage 2000, decorated bottle No 109336, 1 magnum £90 - £120 Lot 245 Champagne Nicholas Feuillatte 1er Cru Brut Vintage 1996, 2 bottles; Champagne Albert Etienne Brut Vintage 1990, foil damaged, 1 bottle; Champagne Henri Harlin Brut Vintage, 1989, 1 bottle (4) £55 - £65 Lot 246 Champagne Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve Vintage 2000, 3 bottles £70 - £90 Lot 247 Champagne Pol Roger Brut Réserve NV, individual ocs, 5 bottles £100 - £130

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FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 248 Champagne Tattinger Brut Réserve NV, 9 bottles £130 - £160 Lot 249 Champagne Louis Roederer Brut NV oc, 6 bottles; Champagne Louis Roederer Rich Sec NV, 2 bottles (8) £150 - £180 Lot 250 Champagne Etienne Dumont Brut NV, 8 bottles £75 - £95 Lot 251 Champagne Oudinot Cuvée Brut NV, 4 bottles; Champagne Louis Chaurey Brut NV, 4 bottles (8) £70 - £90 Lot 252 Champagne Boizel Brut Réserve NV, 2 bottles; Champagne de Saint Gall Brut NV, 1 bottle; Champagne Hélène de Choiseul 1er Cru Brut NV, 1 bottle; Champagne Veuve Edouard Brut NV, 1 bottle; Champagne Lanson White Label Demi Sec NV, 1 bottle; Champagne Veuve Monsigny brut NV, 1 bottle; Champagne Heidsieck Monopole Blue Top Brut NV, 1 bottle; Champagne Charles Lafitte Grand Cuvée Brut NV, 1 bottle (9) £65 - £85 Lot 253 A selection of six Alsace Eau de Vie from Dopff et Irion all 45% and in 35cl bottles, comprising; Marc d’Alsace de Gewürztraminer; Poire Williams Réserve; Framboise Réserve Spéciale; Mirabelle Réserve Spéciale; Kirsch Réserve Spéciale; Quetsch D’Alsace Réserve (6) £50 - £70 Lot 254 Bisquit VSOP Fine Champagne Cognac, circa 1970, 2pt 9fl oz (approx 1390ml), 1 bottle; Martell Very Old Pale Cognac, pre-1950, 1 bottle; Champagne Jules Verrau Extra dry private Stock NV, possibly circa 1960, excellent appearance, l bottle (3) £60 - £85

Lot 255 Green Chartreuse, 1 litre bottle; Crème de Cassis de Dijon, Philippe de Bourgogne, 1 bottle; Rivesaltes Vieille Réserve 1985 FB Producteurs Mont Tauch, 2 bottles; Vouvray Sec Clos du Bourg 2003 DB S A Huet, 1 bottle (5) £60 - £85 Lot 256 Springfield Estate Special Cuvée Sauvignon Blanc 2005 Robertson South Africa oc, 6 bottles £30 - £35 Lot 257 Barolo 1997 Terre del Barolo, 1 bottle; Barolo 1996 Terre del Barolo, 1 bottle; Barolo 1996 Marchesi di Barolo, 1 bottle; Barolo 1994 Marchesi di Barolo, 1 bottle; Langhe Nebbiolo 2005 Renato Ratti, 1 bottle; Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Le Cassiane 2006, 1 bottle (6) £40 - £55 Lot 258 Gonzales Byass Matusalem Oloroso Muy Viejo Sherry, 3 bottles; Hildago Manzanilla Pasada Sherry, 1 bottle; Lustau Gran Reserva Cream Sherry, 2 bottles (6) £40 - £55 Lot 259 Croft Vintage Port 1960 EB Edward Sheldon Ltd, u hs, capsule missing, 1 bottle; Fonseca Guimaraens Vintage Port 1987 oc, 1 bottle; Warre LBV Port 1984, 2 bottles; Taylor’s LBV Port 1999, 1 bottle (5) £70 - £90 Lot 260 Bowmore Darkest Islay Single Malt Sherry Casked Scotch Whisky, oc, 1 bottle; The Balvenie Doublewood 12 year old Single malt Scotch Whisky, one oc, 2 bottles; Glenmorangie 10 year old Original Single Malt Scotch Whisky oc, 1 bottle; The Dalmore 12 year old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, ½ bottle; The Isle of Jura 10 year old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, ½ bottle (6) £90 - £110

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Lot 261 Clos du Marquis 1995 CB St Julien, 2nd wine of Château Léoville Las Cases owc, 6 bottles £130 - £160 Lot 262 Réserve de la Comtesse 1994 CB, 2nd wine of Château Pichon Lalande owc, 12 bottles £160 - £200 Lot 263 Château Potensac 1995 CB Médoc owc, 12 bottles £150 - £180 Lot 264 Carruades de Lafite 1995 CB, 2nd wine of Château Lafite owc, 12 bottles £750 - £1,000 Lot 265 Château d’Armailhac 1996 CB 5ème cru classé Pauillac owc, 12 bottles £300 - £360 Lot 266 Château Haut Bages Liberal 1996 CB 5ème cru classé Pauillac owc, 12 bottles £220 - £260 Lot 267 Château Marquis d’Alesme Becker 1995 CB 3ème cru classé Margaux, 8 bottles £120 - £150 Lot 268 Château Talbot 1995 CB 4ème cru classé St Julien, 9 bottles £260 - £320 Lot 269 Château Batailley 1996 CB 5ème cru classé Pauillac, 8 bottles £130 - £160 Lot 270 Château Gruaud Larose 1993 CB, 4 bottles; Château Gruaud Larose 1994 CB, 2 bottles (6) £80 - £100


FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 271 Château Lascombes 1995 CB Margaux, 3 bottles; Moulin de Duhart 1995 CB Pauillac, 2 bottles; Le Haut Médoc de Giscours 1995 CB Margaux, 2 bottles; Michael Lynch 1995 BB Pauillac, 1 bottle; Château Malescasse 1995 CB Haut Médoc, 1 bottle; Bellechasse 1995 CB Pauillac, 1 bottle (10) £90 - £130 Lot 272 Réserve de la Comtesse 1988 CB, 3 bottles; Réserve de la Comtesse 1997 CB, 1 bottle; Château Rausan Ségla 1990 CB, 1 bottle; Château Haut Batailley 1983 CB, 1 bottle; Château Pichon Longueville Lalande 1987 CB, 2 bottles; Château Meyney 1985 CB, 2 bottles (10) £160 - £200 Lot 273 Château Liversan 1996 CB Haut Médoc, 10 bottles £100 - £130 Lot 274 Château Laroze 1985 CB St Emilion, 1 bottle; Château Tourans 1988 CB St Emilion uts & hs, 2 bottles; Château Grand Pontet 1989 CB St Emilion, 2 bottles; Clos J. Kanon 1993 CB St Emilion, 3 bottles; Château Grande Rouchonne 1994 CB St Emilion, 1 bottle; Château Marquis de Mons 1996 CB St Emilion, 1 bottle; Château Grand Pey Lescours 2004 CB St Emilion, 1 bottle; Château Montlabert Grace Dieu 2004 CB St Emilion, 1 bottle (12) £80 - £120 Lot 275 Château Haut Canteloup 2000 CB Médoc, 1 bottle; Château Haut Plantey 1995 CB St Emilion, 1 bottle; Château Liversan 2007 CB Haut Médoc, 1 bottle; Château Barreyres 1998 CB Haut Médoc, 1 bottle; Château Barreyres 1999 CB Haut Médoc, 1 bottle; Château Barreyres 2003 CB Haut Médoc, 2 bottles; Château Barreyres 2004 CB Haut Médoc, 2 bottles; Château Barreyres 2005 CB Haut Médoc, 3 bottles (12) £55 - £65

Lot 276 La Réserve de Léoville Barton 2000 CB, 6 bottles £80 - £110 Lot 277 Château Caronne St Gemme 2004 CB, 1 bottle; Château Caronne St Gemme 1999 CB, 5 bottles; Château Caronne St Gemme 1998 CB, 10 bottles; Château Caronne St Gemme 1997 CB, 4 bottles; Château Caronne St Gemme 1993 CB, 1 bottle; Château Caronne St Gemme 1987 CB, 2 bottles (23) £90 - £130 Lot 278 Château Greysac 2000 CB Médoc, 5 bottles; Château La Roseraie Dumont 2006 CB Puisseguin St Emilion, 2 bottles; Château Teyssier 1996 CB St Emilion, 1 bottle; Domaine La Tuque Bel Air 2005 CB Côtes de Castillon, 2 bottles; Domaine La Tuque Bel Air 2004 CB, 1 bottle; Terre du Lion 2000 CB Médoc, 6 bottles (17) £70 - £100 Lot 279 Château Gallais Bellevue 1999 CB Médoc, 1 bottle; Château Gallais Bellevue 2000 CB Médoc, 4 bottles; Château Gallais Bellevue 2001 CB Médoc, 1 bottle; Château Liversan 2005 CB Haut Médoc, 2 bottles; Château Haut Carmaillet 2003 CB Haut Médoc, 4 bottles (12) £50 - £65 Lot 280 Olivier 2000 CB Château Olivier Pessac-Léognan, 6 bottles £40 - £50 Lot 281 Château Haut Bages Averous 1997 CB 2nd wine of Château Lynch Bages, 6 bottles; Château Haut Bages Averous 1992 CB, 5 bottles (11) £70 - £100 Lot 281A Château Brane Cantenac 1987 CB 2ème cru classé Margaux, 2 bottles; Château Vincent Cantenac 1988 CB Margaux, 7 bottles; Château d’Angludet 1993 CB Margaux, 3 bottles (12) £90 - £120

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Lot 282 Clos L’Eglise 1987 CB Pomerol, 1 bottle; Château Bonalgue 1992 CB Pomerol, 1 bottle; Château La Pointe 1998 CB Pomerol, 3 bottles (5) £50 - £75 Lot 283 Château Tour Pibran 1982 CB Pauillac u 3bn/vts, 4 bottles; Château Les Ormes de Pez 1986 CB St Estèphe, 2 bottles; Prieur de Château Meyney 1993 CB St Estèphe, 2 bottles; Frank Phélan 1986 BB St Estèphe u ts, vts, 2 bottles; Frank Phélan 1995 BB, 2 bottles; Frank Phélan 1996 BB, 1 bottle (13) £90 - £130 Lot 284 Sarget de Gruaud Larose 1999 CB, 3 bottles; Château Pichon Longueville Baron 1997 CB, 1 bottle; Château Haut Bailly 1997 CB, 1 bottle; Château Cantemerle 1997 CB, 1 bottle; Château Cantemerle 1996 CB, 1 bottle; Château Labégorce Zédé 1993 CB, 1 bottle; Connétable Talbot 1994 CB, 3 bottles; Ségla 1993 CB Rausan Ségla, 1 bottle (12) £100 - £130 Lot 285 Château Clerc Milon 1983 CB u bn, 1 bottle; Château Mouton Baron Phillippe 1985 CB u bn, 2 bottles; Château Haut Sociondo 1988 CB, 1 bottle; Château Grand Puy Ducasse 1998 CB, 1 bottle; La Réserve du Léoville Barton 1992 CB, 2 bottles; Lacoste Borie 1993 CB, 4 bottles; Sarget de Gruaud Larose 1997 CB, 2 bottles (13) £110 - £150 Lot 286 Clos du Marquis 1993 BB, 3 bottles; Château Cissac 1994 CB, 4 bottles; Les Tourelles de Longueville 2002 CB, 2 bottles; Sarget de Gruaud Larose 2002 CB, 3 bottles; Les Hauts de Larrivet Haut Brion 2003 CB, 2 bottles (14) £100 - £140

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FINE WINES, VINTAGE PORT & SPIRITS Lot 287 Château Lucas 2000 CB, 1 bottle; Pauillac Les Cailloux 2000 BB,1 bottle; Château Tour Pibran 2001 CB, 2 bottles; Château Clarke 2002 CB, 7 bottles; Château Soussans 2002 CB, 1 bottle; La Closerie de Malescasse 2003 CB, 1 bottle; Château MayneVieil 2005 CB, 1 bottle (14) £45 - £60

Lot 290 Rioja Muriel Gran Reserva 1998, 2 bottles; Rioja Torre Aldea Gran Reserva 2000, 1 bottle; Rioja Conde de Valdemar Reserva 2000, 1 bottle; Rioja Marqués del Romeral Reserva 2003 Reserva, 2 bottles; Rioja Viña Caña Reserva 2000, 1 bottle (7) £40 - £55

Lot 288 Château Tanesse 1983 CB, 1 bottle; Château de la Tour 1985 CB, 2 bottles; Château Smith Haut Lafitte Blanc 1987 CB, 1 bottle; Mouton Cadet 1990 BB, 1 bottle; Château L’Etoile Rouge 1993 CB, 1 bottle; Lagrave Martillac 1994 CB, 1 bottle; Segond de Durfort 1994 CB, 2 bottles; Château de Goëlane1995 CB, 1 bottle; Château Les Jonquets 1995 CB, 1 bottle; Château de Parenchère 1995 CB, 3 bottles; Château Bessan Ségur 1995 CB, 2 bottles; Château Langoiran 1995 CB, 1 bottle; Château Soudars 1995 CB, 1 bottle; Château Peybonhomme Les Tours 1995 CB, 1 bottle; Château Peybonhomme Les Tours 1996 CB, 1 bottle; Château Pontac Lynch 1996 CB, 1 bottle; Benjamin de Pontet 1997 CB, 1 bottle; Château Peybonhomme Les Tours 1998 CB, 1 bottle; Château Pitray 1999 CB, 1 bottle (24) £90 - £130

Lot 291 Rioja Campo Viejo Reserva 2005, 1 bottle; Rioja Campo Viejo Reserva 2001, 1 bottle; Rioja Campo Viejo Reserva 1999, 5 bottles; Rioja Almena Real Reserva 2003, 1 bottle; Rioja Almena Real Reserva 2001, 5 bottles; Rioja Almena Real Reserva 1998, 2 bottles (15) £60 - £85

Lot 289 Penfolds Cabernet Sauvignon Bin 707 1998 South Australia, 1 bottle; D’Arenberg The Footbolt Shiraz 2006 McLaren Vale, 2 bottles; Bleasdale Frank Potts 1998, Langhorne Creek, 1 bottle; Bleasdale Mulberry Tree Cabernet Sauvignon 1998, 1 bottle (5) £90 - £120

Lot 292 Penfolds Grange 1998 South Australia, 5 bottles £750 - £900 Lot 293 Clarendon Hill Astralis 2002 South Australia, 6 bottles £600 - £700

Lot 298 Bells Scotch Whisky in commemorative ceramic decanters, comprising Christmas 1995, 8 years old oc, and HRH The Prince of Wales 50th Birthday 1998 oc (2) £40 - £60 Lot 299 Glenfiddich Ancient Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky aged 18 years, oc, 1 bottle; Glen Moray Single Highland Malt Whisky 15 years old, printed tin case, 1 litre bottle (2) £80 - £100 Lot 300 Champagne Pierre Laforest 1er Cru Brut Vintage 1983, 1 bottle; Champagne André Bonin Brut Rosé Vintage 1983, 1 bottle; Champagne Moët et Chandon Premiere Cuvée NV, 2 bottles; Champagne Maison Royale NV, 1 bottle; Vin Mousseux Veuve du Vernay, 4 bottles; Vin Monsseux Demi-Sec, Whitham’s, 1 bottle (10) £70 - £90

Lot 294 Château d’Yquem 1990 CB 1er cru supérieur classé Sauternes, 1 bottle £200 - £250 Lot 295 Château Rieussec 1969 CB 1er cru classé Sauternes, u bn, 1 bottle £40 - £60 Lot 296 Château Gruaud Larose 2001 CB 2ème cru classé St. Julien owc, 12 bottles £240 - £280 Lot 297 Cognac Napoleon Grand Fine Champagne Reserve 1811. crowned N moulded seal to the shoulder, moulded COGNAC NAPOLEON 1811 to the base of the back, intact wax seal, 1 bottle, excellent appearance £1,000 - £1,500 Lot 297

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FINE ART & ANTIQUES Wednesday 6th June Commencing at 10.00am


COLLECTORS’ ITEMS

COLLECTORS’ ITEMS Lot 1 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY MASAI ANIMAL HIDE SHIELD of elliptical form, crudely painted in white, black and blood red, the reverse with wood rib and handle, 111cm high; together with an African staff, with a figural handle, carved as a Nubian official, 122cm high; a Masai hunting spear and bow, an ornamental knife and whip and a single string wooden cow hide harp and an African hide covered drum (8) £200 - £300

Lot 5 AN ENGLISH STAUNTON STYLE IVORY CHESS SET, part stained red, the King 8cm high £200 - £250

Lot 2 A YORUBA (NIGERIA) STAINED WOOD MALE FIGURE, with stylised coiffure, holding a machete and a club, on a moulded base, 53cm high £60 - £100

Lot 7 A VICTORIAN CAST IRON UMBRELLA AND STICK STAND, formed as a sailor holding a coiled rope, standing on a mast section and bound bales, with supporting anchor, oar and draped flag, the D-shaped base with a mask of a bearded man to the frieze, detachable drip tray, (overpainted), 68.5cm high £300 - £500 Lot 8 A LARGE COMPOSITE MARBLE MODEL OF AN AMMONITE FOSSIL, with a highly polished figured surface, 39cm x 34cm, on a square stone plinth £150 - £200 Lot 9 A GILT METAL AND CUT GLASS BASKET CHANDELIER, the circular foliate pierced frame suspending bands of graduated facetted circular drops, with conforming swags, the whole suspended on chains, 47cm diameter £100 - £150

Lot 3 A TIBETAN CARVED WOOD GOMPA MASK OF MAHAKALA, 19th century, painted with a blue face and crown of five skulls, 42cm high £60 - £100

Lot 6 Lot 6 A 19TH CENTURY BLACK FOREST MANTEL CLOCK, the eight day French movement striking on a bell, signed Vincent & Cie; the cartouche dial with blue numerals, the naturalistic case carved with flora and rockwork, surmounted by two Alpine ibex, 64cm high. See illustration £500 - £600

Lot 11 AN EDWARD VII DRIVING WHIP, by Griffiths, London, the thornwood shaft with leather bound handle, plated mounts; and another, similar example (2) £150 - £200 Lot 12 A 20TH CENTURY FRENCH ORMOLU TABLE LAMP, the domed circular base foliate cast and surmounted by a figure of a seated cherub supporting a swag of flowers, a scrolling branch to the rear, pleated silk shade, 38cm high overall £50 - £100

Lot 4 Lot 4 A ROBERT MOUSEMAN THOMPSON CIRCULAR FRUIT BOWL, with adzed surface, carved mouse to the centre, 29cm diameter. See illustration £150 - £200

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Lot 10 AN ART NOUVEAU WROUGHT IRON AND WIREWORK PLANT STAND, having a rectangular dished tray top on four serpentine uprights applied with scrollwork and tied with crossstretchers, 85cm high £50 - £100

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BOOKS AND EPHEMERA

BOOKS AND EPHEMERA Lot 17 GRIMBLE (Augustus) - Deer-Stalking, Chapman & Hall London 1886, 1st edition, illusts. with photographic plates, end paper advertisements, dec. red cloth; together with BREADALBANE (The Marchioness of) - The High Tops of BLack Mount, illust. by Olive Mackenzie, second impression 1907, dec. green cloth; and HART-DAVIS (H) - Stalking Sketches, London 1904 (3) £40 - £60

Lot 13 Lot 13 WALTON (Izaak) and COTTON (Charles) - The Compleat Angler or the Contemplative Man’s Recreation, London Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, 2 vols. Lea & Dove Edition 1888, edited and signed by R. B. Marston, numbered edition no. 335 of 500, Demy 4to, numerous illusts., orig. cloth. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 14 GRIMBLE (Augustus) - The Salmon Rivers of Scotland, London 1913, map frontis and two others, seventytwo b/w photographic plates; together with The Salmon Rivers of Ireland 1913, folding map frontis. and two others, seventy-eight b/w photographic plates; and The Salmon Rivers of England and Wales, 1913, folding map frontis and eighty-nine b/w photographic plates, all signed in black ink Masham Swinton 1913 on front free endpaper, all uniformally bound in blue cloth with gilt fishing vignette to front cover, England & Wales with defective cover (3) £75 - £125

Lot 18 ARMSTRONG (Nevill A D) - After Big Game in The Upper Yukon, 1st edition London 1937, illust. with photographic plates, orig. green cloth £40 - £60

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Lot 15 (detail) Lot 15 CALDERWOOD (W L) - The Salmon Rivers and Lochs of Scotland, illustrated, London 1909, numbered edition no. 196 of 250, teg.others uncut, orig. cloth gilt. See illustration £100 - £150 Lot 16 EVERED (Philip) and LOMAS (H M illust.) - Stag Hunting with The Devon and Somerset 1887-1901 An Account of The Chase of The Wild Red Deer on Exmoor, London & Exeter 1902, numerous b&w illustrations, teg. three-quarter calf gilt; together with FORTESQUE (Hon. John) - Records of Stag-Hunting on Exmoor, illusts. by Edgar Greene, London 1887, teg. three-quarter calf gilt, both ex-libris Swinton park (2) £50 - £70

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Lot 19 LAMOND (Henry) - The Sea-Trout A Study in Natural History, London 1916, first edition, colour and b&w plates, teg. others uncut, orig. green cloth gilt; together with SANDEMAN (Fraser) - By Hook and By Crook, London Sotheran 1894, second edition, illust. teg. others uncut, orig. cloth (2) £60 - £80 Lot 20 EDMONDS (Harfield H) and LEE (Norman N) - Brook and Rover Trouting, Bradford n.d. c.1916, illust. orig. brown cloth; together with HODGSON ( W. Earl) - Trout Fishing, London A & C Black 1908, third edition orig. blue gilt WARD (Francis) - Marvels of Fish Life, Cassell, London 1911, orig. blue cloth gilt GALLICHAN (Walter M) - The Trout Waters of England, Edinburgh & London, Foulis 1908, orig. green cloth gilt; and four related vols. (8) £40 - £60

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BOOKS AND EPHEMERA Lot 21 ALLEN (Thomas), A New and Complete History of the County of York 6 vols, London 1831, numerous black and white engraved plates by Whittock, full calf £125 - £175 Lot 22 HUNTER (Rev. Joseph) - South Yorkshire, The History and Topography of the Deanery of Doncaster in the Diocese and County of York, 2 vols. London J.B. Nicols & Son, 1828, folio, vol II with frontis portrait of the author, 2 hand coloured double sheet maps, black and white plates teg. full tan calf with conservative club crest £200 - £300 Lot 23 TOMLINSON (John) - The Level of Hatfield Chase, and Parts Adjacent, Doncaster 1882, 4to, 1 map of 2, eng. plates, orig. cloth, tog.with Doncaster from The Roman Occupation to the Present Time, Doncaster 1887 4to illust; orig. cloth (2) £75 - £125 Lot 24 JACKSON (John Edward M.A.) - The History and Description of St. George’s Church at Doncaster Destroyed by Fire February 28, 1853, London J.B. Nichols & Sons, 1855, 15 plates, with dedication in black ink to recipient by the author, later half green morocco; tog.with History of the Ruined Church of St. Mary Magdalene...Doncaster, London & Doncaster 1853, illus. by John P. Seddon pamphet (2) £60 - £80

Lot 25 MILLER (Edward) - The History and Antiquities of Doncaster and Its Vicinity with Anecdotes of Eminent Men, ed. Doncaster (1804), folding map frontis, eleven eng. plates, orig boards (detached), JACKSON (Charles), Doncaster Charities Past and Present, workshop 1881, photographic portrait frontis, further illustrations and folding pedigrees, orig. cloth; Borough of Doncaster, A Calendar To The Records, vol. II, vol IV Court Rolls of Doncaster, Ressington, Hexthorpe and Long Sandall (1900), Courtiers of The Corporation, Fletcher (J.S.), The History of the St. Leger Stakes, 17761901, London Hutchinson 1902, four coloured plates and other illusts. orig. cloth; FALCONER (James), The Charitable Endowments of The Town of Doncaster; origin, Progress and Present State, Part 1, The Hospital of St. Thomas the Apostle, London, 1836, orig. frontis and one eng. portrait plate, orig. Irish boards; Whaley (S.pub.), The History and Antiquities of Thorne, with some account of the Drainage of Hatfield Chase, 1829, 8vo. orig. printed boards with red Morocco spine; LANKESTER (Edwin), An Account of Askern and it’s Mineral Springs, London 1842, folding map frontis, orig. boards; PHILLIPS (Ernest), The Story of Doncaster, London 1921, orig. dec. blue boards; NORWAY (Arthur), Highways and Byways in Yorkshire, illust. by Pennell & Thomson, London 1903, orig. cloth; STUART (J.A. Erskine), The Literary Shires of Yorkshire, London 1892, illust. orig cloth gt. (11) £60 - £80 Lot 26 BUCHAN (William), Domestic Medicine or A Treatise on the Prevention and Cure of Diseases by Regimen and Simple Medicines, sixteenth edition 1798, 8vo. reverse calf, red label £30 - £50

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Lot 27 KITCHENER (William) - The Cooks Oracle Containing Receipts For Plain Cookery ... for Private Families C.1822, third edition, lacking title page, rebound; JEWRY (Mary) - The Every-Day Cookery, Special Edition n.d. orig. cloth; RUNDELL (Mrs.) Domestic Cookery For The Use of Private Families, London n.d. circa. 1905; and VAUGHAN (Thomas) Eugenius Philalethis Pseud - Lumen De Lumine or A New Magicall Light London 1651, full calf, top board detached and spine partially missing (4) £30 - £50 Lot 28 LITTLETON (Thomas) - Littleton’s Tenures, in French and English, London John Streater, James Flesher, Hemry Twyford, 1671, 12cm, orig. calf boards, later spine £300 - £350 Lot 29 MASEFIELD (John) and Edward Seago illus., The Country Scene, first edition London Collins 1937, 4to. teg others untrimmed, 42 col. plates with titled tissue guards, orig. cloth gilt, dw and slip case £125 - £175 Lot 30 HALL (Sir A. Daniel) - The Genus Tulipa, illust H.C. Osterstock, 40 col. plates, London 1940, orig. cloth gilt; THOMPSON (Harold Stuart) - Alpine Plants of Europe, 64 col. plates, London n.d. circa 1911, orig. green cloth gilt, ATCHLEY (Shirley Clifford) Wild Flowers of Africa, illus. W.O. Everett, Oxford 1938, orig. green cloth; MAKINS (F.K.) - The Identification of Trees and Shrubs, London 1936, orig. dark blue cloth (4) £30 - £50 Lot 31 BLACKMORE (R.D.) - Lorna Doone, A Romance of Ermoor, illust. C.E. Brittan & C.E. Brock, Dulverton Edition, London 1910, 16 col. plates with captioned tissue guards, green morocco gilt £30 - £50


BOOKS AND EPHEMERA Lot 32 GREY (Charles H), Hardy Bulbs, 2 vols, London 1938, illust. orig. green cloth £30 - £50 Lot 33 BOWLES (E.A.), My Garden in Spring, London 1914. My Garden in Summer, London 1914, My Garden in Autumn and Winter, London 1915, all in uniformly bound dec. cloth, tog. with A Handbook of Crocus and Colchicum For Gardeners, 1924, orig. green cloth (4) £40 - £60 Lot 34 PHILLPOTTS (Eden) AND RACKHAM (Arthur illust.), A dish of Apples, n.d. circa 1921 three tipped in col. plates with tissue guards and several black and white illusts, orig. dec. cloth, tog. with The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, with introduction by J.V.S. Willamson, London Medici Society, n.d. orig. dec. boards (2) £30 - £50 Lot 35 BAGOT (R) & Du Cane (E) - The Italian Lakes, A&C Black 1912, illust. with col. plates, dec. cloth, tog. with BUNYARD (Edward) - The Anatomy of Desssert with a few Notes on Wine, London 1933, & A. Handbook of Hardy Fruits, London 1920 (3) £30 - £50 Lot 36 JOHNS (C.A.) FLOWERS OF THE FIELD, ed. by Clarence Elliott, 1907, ninety two col. illusts, orig. green cloth, tog. with Lees (F.Arnold), The Flora of West Yorkshire, 1888, folding map, orig. green cloth, Hort (Arthur) The Unconventional Garden, 1928, orig. dec. cloth, and Moore (Thomas), The Clematis as a Garden Flower, 1872, illusts. orig. green cloth (4) £40 - £60

Lot 39 Lot 37 PRATT (Anne), The Flowering Plants Grasses, Sedges and Ferns of Great Britain, 4 vols, Warne 1899, new edition, numerous col. plates, half green Morocco £75 - £125

Lot 39 GREENE (W.T.) - Parrots in Captivity, 3 vols., London George Bell & Sons, 1884-1887, 81 engraved plates printed in colour, pict. green cloth rebacked in green calf (3). See illustration £600 - £800

Lot 38 NELSON (T.H.), The Birds of Yorkshire, 2 vols, 1907, numerous black and white photographic plates, orig. green cloth, tog. with Kearton (Richard), British Birds Nests, Cassell n.d. circa. 1907, numerous black and white photographic plates, orig. dec. green cloth gilt (3) £30 - £50

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BOOKS AND EPHEMERA Lot 42 MAXWELL (Sir Herbert) - Fishing At Home & Abroad, The London & Counties Press Association, 1913, unnumbered vol. of 750, illust. with col. b&w and half-tone plates, some with titled tissue guards, t.e.g. green cloth, together with MILES (W.J.) Modern Practical Farriery, n.d. c.1900, numerous col. and b&w plates, cloth (2) £60 - £80

Lot 40 Lot 40 FROWAWK (F.W.) - Natural History of British Butterflies, 2 vols. Hutchinson & Co, London 1914, sixty-four plates, mainly colour, orig. blue cloth, dust jackets (2). See illustration £100 - £150 Lot 41 WARNER (George Townsend Ed.) Harrow in Prose and Verse (1913), 1st edn. limited edn. 17/125, numbered and signed on f.f.e.p., 25 col. pl. with titled tissue guards, t.e.g., full dec. vell; together with PIKE (W.T. Ed.) - Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire... Contemporary Biographies 1901, numerous b&w illustrations, moroc. gt. dec., front cover and spine partially detached (2) £30 - £50

Lot 43 EARL OF PEEK (Hedley & Aflalo F.S.) The Encyclopaedia of Sport, 2 vols., London Lawrence & Bullen 1898, numerous b&w plates and illusts., a.e.g. orig. pict. cloth; together with SHARP (Henry) - The Gun Afield and Afloat, London, Chapman and Hall, 1904, illusts., t.e.g. orig. pict. green cloth; SHARP (Henry) - Modern Sporting Gunnery, a Manual of Practical Information For Shooters of To-Day, London, Simpkin, Marshall Hamilton, Kent & Co 1906, illusts., orig. pict. red cloth; STRUTT (Joseph) - The Sports and Pastimes of the People Of England including the Rural and Domestic Recreations...London Thomas Tegg, 1841, b&w illusts. within text, cloth; WALSINGHAM (Lord & PayneGallwey Sir Ralph) - Shooting FIeld and Covert, Badminton Library, 4th edn. 1892, NEVILL (Ralph) - Sporting Days and Sporting Ways, London 1910, red cloth; THE STUDIO Famous Sporting Prints II - The Grand National, eight col. plates, London 1927 (8) £75 - £100 Lot 44 TWAIN (MARK), Pudd’nhead Wilson, A Tale, first Edition Chatto and Windus, Piccadilly 1894, frontis portrait of the author by James Mapes Dodge, illusts. by Loeb, orig. red cloth dec.in black £30 - £50

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Lot 45 WALPOOLE (George Augustus), The New British Traveller of A Complete Modern Universal Display of Great Britain and Ireland ... n.d. c.1784, eng. frontis, four folding maps, fifty county maps on fifteen sheets, one hundred and forty eight engraved views on eighty six sheets, full calf, detached £150 - £200 Lot 46 A VICTORIAN SCRAP BOOK, containing a black and white engraved book plates, predominantly foreign views, together with two pencil sketches, half calf marble boards £40 - £60 Lot 47 POSTCARDS: A collection of approximately 600 early 20th century postcards including military, boating, WWI silk, romance, actresses and music hall, humorous, views, in an embossed green morocco album £150 - £200 Lot 48 POSTCARDS: A collection of approximately 500 early 20th century postcards including shipping, humorous, some Donald McGill, one Louis Wain, greetings, early views of London, Glasgow and others £150 - £200 Lot 49 POSTCARDS: A collection of approximately 950 early 20th century postcards including a signed card of Anita, the Living Doll and other music hall, railway, shipping, trams, greetings, views and humorous £200 - £300 Lot 50 SPARE LOT


MAPS

MAPS Lot 59 BLAEU (Johannes), Cornwall; Cornubia sive Cornwallia, 1645 or later, engraved map, decorative title, cartouche and armorials, uncoloured, plate size 39cm x 50cm £100 - £150 Lot 60 BLAEU (Johannes), Anglia Regnum, 1634 or later, engraved hand coloured map, title cartouche and Royal Arms, 38cm x 49.5cm £100 - £150 Lot 61 BOWEN (Emman), North Riding of Yorkshire, circa 1760, hand coloured engraved map, title and dedication, cartouches and view of the City of York, 53cm x 70cm £75 - £125 Lot 51 Lot 51 ORTELIUS (Abraham) - Creta Iouis Magni lacet insula Ponto, 1584 or later, hand coloured engraved map of Crete with inset maps of Corsica, Sardinia and Islands off the west coast of Greece, plate size 38cm x 48cm. See illustration £200 - £300

Lot 55 HOLE (William), Northumbriae Comitatus Olim sedes Otadinorum, 1607 or later, hand coloured engraved map with compass rose, 28cm x 29.5cm £75 - £125

Lot 52 KITCHIN (Thomas), A map of part of Greece and of the Peloponnesus, circa 1770, uncoloured engraved map by Barber, 33cm x 36cm £30 - £50

Lot 56 SPEED (John) - The Province Ulster (Ireland), hand coloured double page engraved map, inset view of Enis Kelling Fort, John Sudbury and George Humble, c.1610, 36cm x 50cm £170 - £180

Lot 53 KITCHIN (Thomas), Enlarged Map of The Roads of England and Wales, with the exact distances by the Mile Stones, circa 1789, hand coloured engraved map, title vignette and counties index, 52cm x 43cm £40 - £60

Lot 57 SPEED (John), Northumberland, 1627, hand coloured engraved map, town plans of Barwick and Newcastle, amorials and panel of Roman remains, English text verso, 38cm x 51cm £200 - £300

Lot 54 KITCHIN (Thomas), Scotland divided into it’s counties, circa 1770, hand coloured engraved map, title vignette and inset map of the Shetland Isles, 38cm x 34cm £30 - £50

Lot 58 BLAEU (Johannes), Cheshire; Cestria Comitatus Polatinus, 1646 or later, hand coloured engraved map, decorative cartouches and armorials, 38.25cm x 49.5cm £100 - £150 25

Lot 62 MERCATOR (Gerhard) AND HONDIUS (Henricus), Northumbria, Cumberlandia Et Dunelmensis Episcopatus, circa 1637, engraved map, decorative title cartouche, uncoloured, 35cm x 46cm£75 - £125 Lot 63 MORDEN (Robert), The North Riding of Yorkshire, circa 1695, hand coloured engraved map, decorated title cartouche, 36cm x 43cm £30 - £50 Lot 64 SAXTON (Christopher) AND HOLE (William), Eboracensis East Riding, circa 1607, hand coloured engraved map, title cartouche, 19.5cm x 25cm, together with Bowen (Emman.), Northumberland, circa 1770 hand coloured engraved map with title cartouche, 33.5cm x 23cm (2) £60 - £80 Lots 65 & 66 SPARE LOTS

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WORKS OF ART Lot 67 A LATE 19TH CENTURY ROULLET ET DECAMPS RABBIT IN CABBAGE AUTOMATON, with a single air movement and white fur covered rabbit rising from the centre of the fabric cabbage, look from side to side and chew on a leaf, 18cm high, with key. See illustration £800 - £1,000 Lot 68 A 19TH CENTURY SINGING BIRD MUSICAL BOX, the oblong tortoiseshell case with an oval engraved gilt metal lid, enclosing a gilt pierced metal grill and singing bird with iridescent plumage, the back of the case hinged for key, 10cm wide in original red morocco fitted box and further stored in a Garrard & Co. box. See illustration £800 - £1,200

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Lot 69 Lot 69 FERDINAND LUGERTH (1885-1915 Austrian), A pair of patinated bronze studies of Roman Gladiators, one wearing a helmet, a sword in his right hand, the other adjusting his belt, a sword at his feet, foundry mark for Arthur Rubenstein to base, on green veined marble plinths, 55cm high respectively overall (sword blade is detached). See illustration £600 - £800 Lot 68 MORPHETS Fine Art & Antique Auctioneers since 1895

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WORKS OF ART Lot 72 A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY GILT BRONZE CANDLESTICKS OF NEO CLASSICAL STYLE, with bead, flute and drapery sconces, the tapering circular columns with cherub caryatid mounts, mask and leaf detail, on pierced socles, square canted bases and foliate claw feet, 36cm high. See illustration £200 - £300

Lot 74 DOREEN KERN (CONTEMPORARY BRITISH) - Storytime, patinated bronze figure group, signed to base, limited edition, 25cm high £75 - £125

Lot 70 Lot 70 HANS M†LLER (1873-1937), bronze study of a satyr with barking dog, naturalistic base, signed to reverse, variegated rouge marble rounded rectangular plinth, 20cm high overall . See illustration £250 - £350

Lot 75 Lot 75 A 19TH CENTURY DUTCH FRUITWOOD FRAME, rectangular, carved in high relief with two skeletons, each holding a spade, wheatsheafs, bunches of grapes and flower sprays, two further skulls to the top and an armorial crest to lower border, fitted with a later bevelled mirror, 56cm x 49cm. See illustration £400 - £500

Lot 71 PAUL JENKINS (b.1949), a patinated bronze of a leaping hare, limited edition No.7 of 48, signed P. Jenkins to base, 24cm long x 16cm high £150 - £200

Lot 76 A 19TH CENTURY CARVED FRUITWOOD PROFILE BUST OF INIGO JONES, facing to sinister, mounted on a named oak panel, 37.5cm x 25cm £75 - £125 Lot 73

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Lot 73 AN ART DECO GREEN PAINTED BRONZE TABLE LAMP, in the form of a nude female, her right arm aloft, supporting the lamp base, on a white onyx circular plinth, 48cm high lacking globe. See illustration £350 - £450

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Lot 77 A 19TH CENTURY FAN, the paper leaf printed and polychrome painted with a family group picnicking in a garden, the pierced mother-of-pearl sticks with gilt detail, 48cm wide open, in a semi-circular box frame, 34.5cm x 61cm £100 - £150

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WORKS OF ART / EUROPEAN CERAMICS Lot 78 AFTER RICHARD COSWAY, a portrait miniature of a Tudor noblewoman, possibly Mary Queen of Scots, wearing a lace bonnet and ruff, black gown with a ruby and pearl pendant, signed Cosway, together with two protrait miniatures after Gainsborough, Blue Boy and Mr & Mrs William Hallett, all three in pierced metal and ivory frames set with simulated pearls, the backs line in blue velvet behind glass and with easel stands, 19cm x 15cm overall (3) £150 - £200

Lot 79 ANONYMOUS (19TH CENTURY SCHOOL), a head and shoulders portrait miniature of a gentleman, facing to dexter, wearing a powdered wig, green jacket, lace jabot and fancy waistcoat, in a gilt metal frame, 4cm, oval £200 - £300

Lot 80 ANONYMOUS (EARLY 20TH CENTURY SCHOOL), a portrait miniature of a young lady and cupid, she seated writing a letter, cupid looking over her shoulder, 7.5cm diameter, together with another, head and shoulders portrait of a young lady, with flower sprays in her hair and to her shoulder, 6cm diameter, both in moulded wood frames (2) £100 - £150 Lots 81 & 82 SPARE LOTS

EUROPEAN CERAMICS Lot 83 AN 18TH CENTURY WORCESTER PORCELAIN TEA BOWL AND SAUCER, blue and white printed with butterflies and floral sprays, painted mark, the saucer 12.1cm diameter; a Flight Barr & Barr, Worcester porcelain plate, painted and gilt with the Queen Charlotte pattern, 19.3cm diameter, and an 18th century porcelain sauce boat, blue and white printed with landscape panels and floral sprays (significant hairline crack), 20cm wide (3) £50 - £80 Lot 84 A GROUP OF THREE ENGLISH 18TH CENTURY PORCELAIN TEA BOWLS AND SAUCERS, including Newhall and Worcester examples, each polychrome painted with different designs of floral sprays (3) £60 - £100 Lot 85 AN 18TH CENTURY WALLENDORF PORCELAIN COFFEE OR CHOCOLATE POT AND COVER, of ribbed baluster form, reserved to the obverse and reverse with a ribbon-bordered panel initialled MP in gilt, the cover conforming, further painted with floral sprays, underglaze blue W mark to underside, 17.5cm high £80 - £120 Lot 86 A GARNITURE OF THREE COALBROOKDALE PORCELAIN VASES, of two handled baluster and pedestal form, heavily floral-encrusted and polychrome painted and gilt on a royal blue ground, the interiors with simulated marbling, mid 19th century, largest 27cm high £200 - £300

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Lot 87 A LATE 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH PEARLWARE TEA CANNISTER, of silver shape, blue and white painted with pavilions in a landscape (cover lacking), probably Liverpool, 11cm high; together with a further, similar, circular section caddy, painted with stylised floral sprays (lacking cover), 9.5cm high, and an ovoid tea cannister, printed with pseudooriental landscapes, ornamental borders, 10.5cm high (3) £60 - £100 Lot 88 A LATE 18TH CENTURY CHELSEA DERBY PORCELAIN FIGURE, a putto, modelled and polychrome painted with a draped sash, holding bunches of flowers, and with a basket of flowers at his feet, shaped circular base, 13cm high; and another, similar figure (extensively restored) (2) £60 - £100 Lot 89 AN ENGLISH POTTERY SLIPWARE FROG MUG, of circular section, cream and brown glazed, the exterior reserved with a rectangular panel inscribed ‘Sup it Off’, loop handle, late 19th century, 10.5cm high £50 - £80 Lot 90 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY, whiteglazed pearlware figure, modelled as an elderly man, leaning on two crutches, a floral bocage to his rear, mound base, 19.5cm high £30 - £50 Lot 91 FOUR PRATT WARE POT LIDS, The Game Bag; Persuasion; The Village Wedding; and another of figures and animals by a river, 11cm diameter, in ebonised frames £40 - £60


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Lot 97 Lot 92 A 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE PORCELAIN INKSTAND, painted with floral reserves against a puce ground, moulded and gilt with rococo ornament, the shaped oblong stand fitted with a taperstick, vase and pounce pot (lacking cover), 34cm wide £100 - £150 Lot 93 A 19TH CENTURY DERBY FIGURE OF THE TAILOR’S WIFE, on the back of a goat, with three infants, on a flower encrusted base with rococo scrolls, the goat lacking a leg, 15cm high, together with a Derby figure of a young woman, with a plume of feathers in her hair, flower encrusted base, 21cm high; a Derby figure of a young girl emblematic of Summer, incised no. 123, 19cm high and another of a female with a lute, a sheep by her side, with flower encrusted bocage, on a rococo scroll base, 25cm high, all with restorations (4) £125 - £175

Lot 94 A SET OF FOUR HARD-PASTE PORCELAIN FIGURES OF CHILDREN, in the manner of Bristol, emblematic of the seasons, each painted in bright colours, on moulded bases, 24cm high. These figures were first produced at the Bristol factory c.1770 £200 - £300 Lot 95 A DERBY PORCELAIN CUP AND SAUCER, painted in iron red, blue, green and gilt in the Japanese manner, painted mark in iron red, circa 1820 £30 - £50 Lot 96 A PAIR OF HELENA WOLFSOHN PORCELAIN VASES, one with a cover, of baluster form, each reserved to the obverse with a polychrome painted panel of amorous figures in a parkland setting and with a similar panel painted with a spray of flowers to the reverse, gilt bordered and on a relief decorated flowerhead ground, the cover with conforming decoration and with gilt ovoid finial, painted blue, underglaze mark to underside, 31.5cm high £100 - £150 29

Lot 97 A BING AND GRONDHAL BONE CHINA EXTENSIVE TABLE SERVICE, painted with pale pink wood anenomes within basket moulded borders and gilt rims, comprising twenty-one 23.5cm plates, nine 21cm plates, six 17.5cm plates, fourteen 14cm plates, eight tea cups, ten saucers, twelve coffee cups and sixteen saucers, pedestal comport with tri-form dolphin base, four covered tureens in two sizes, salmon plate and rack, two oval serving plates, circular serving plate and various smaller serving plates, sixteen soup plates, two jugs, six egg cups, mustard salt and pepper, sauce boat, six small dishes, hors d’oeuvres plate and other matching pieces, approximately 162 pieces. See illustration £400 - £600

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Lot 98 Lot 98 A ROYAL WORCESTER CHINA FORTY-NINE PIECE TEA SERVICE, each painted with flowers by E Phillips, with gilt decorated dark blue and pale pink borders, comprising fifteen cups, fifteen saucers, fifteen tea plates, two bread and butter plates, cream jug and sugar basin, puce printed mark, date cyphers for c.1919. See illustration £800 - £900 Lot 99 A PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER FRUIT PAINTED CIRCULAR PLATES, one painted with apples and cherries, the other with apples, grapes and a single strawberry within gadrooned gilt borders, signed H. Ayrton, black printed mark, 1950s/1960s, 22cm diameter. See illustration £600 - £800

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EUROPEAN CERAMICS Lot 100 A ROYAL WORCESTER FRUIT PAINTED OBLONG PLATE, with two pierced gilt handles, painted with apples, berries and blossom against a leafy and mossy ground, signed H. Ayrton, puce mark for 1926, 28cm wide over handles. See illustration £400 - £500 Lot 101 A ROYAL WORCESTER FRUIT PAINTED PEDESTAL VASE AND COVER, painted to one side, with peaches and white grapes against a mossy ground, the opposing side with specimen grape, signed Roberts, bud finial to the domed cover, angular mask handles, on a square base, shape No.2363, black printed mark, 22.5cm high. See illustration £700 - £900

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Lot 102 A ROYAL WORCESTER FRUIT PAINTED BLUSTER POT POURRI VASE AND COVER, painted to one side with apples and white grapes, the opposing side with specimen grape, signed Roberts, the pierced cover with bud finial, shape No. 279, black printed mark, 15cm high. See illustration £300 - £400

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Lot 104 Lot 103 A ROYAL WORCESTER FRUIT PAINTED VASE, of flattened oval form, painted with peaches and cherries against a mossy ground, signed Roberts, black printed mark, 6.25cm high £60 - £80 Lot 104 A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FRUIT PAINTED MINIATURE CUP AND SAUCER, the cup painted internally with apples, berries and blossom, the saucer with apples, grapes and blossom, signed W.H. Austin, date code for 1913. See illustration £200 - £300

Lot 106 Lot 107 A ROYAL WORCESTER POT POURRI AND COVER, painted with apples, grapes and berries by P. Platt, within gilt moulded panels, conforming pierced cover with flame finial, numbered H162, black mark, 13cm high £80 - £120

Lot 109 A ROYAL WORCESTER FIGURE OF AN IRISH MAN, modelled by James Hadley, painted in shot enamels, shape no. 835, late 19th century, 17cm high. See illustration £200 - £300

Lot 108 A ROYAL WORCESTER ‘CHINK’ FIGURE, from Countries of the World series, modelled by James Hadley, as a Chinaman holding an opium pipe, in white with gilt detail, circa 1885, 18cm high £125 - £175

Lot 105 A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN SMALL BALUSTER VASE, painted with pink and yellow roses, beneath a shot enamel trumpet neck, shape 286, date code for 1911, 11.5cm high £60 - £80 Lot 106 A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN FRUIT PAINTED SHAPED RECTANGULAR DISH, painted with peaches and cherries on a mossy ground, within a gilt gadroon and shell border, signed C. Bowen, black printed mark 1960s, 17.5cm wide. See illustration £200 - £300

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Lot 110 A ROYAL WORCESTER FIGURE OF AN IRISH GIRL, modelled by James Hadley, painted in shot enamels, shape No.1374, late 19th century, 17cm high. See illustration £200 - £300


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Lot 120 Lot 111 A ROYAL WORCESTER PORCELAIN CHARACTER JUG, modelled as a stout woman wearing a black bonnet, holding a basket and umbrella, model no.2841, puce factory mark, 14cm high £30 - £50 Lot 112 A ROYAL WORCESTER ‘WICKER’ BASKET, the blush ivory body embellished with shot enamel and gilding, shape No.2526, puce mark and dated code for 1918, 23cm high £70 - £100 Lot 113 A SET OF SIX HAMMERSLEY CHINA TWO-HANDLED CHOCOLATE CUPS, COVERS AND SAUCERS, richly gilt over a blue band, with six electroplated spoons, in a fitted black morocco case £50 - £60 Lot 114 A ROYAL COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN GROUP, Boy with Calf, model no. 772, painted and printed marks to underside, 17cm high £60 - £80

Lot 121 Lot 115 A ROYAL COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN GROUP, Girl with Calf, model no. 779, painted and printed marks to underside, 16cm high £60 - £80 Lot 116 A GROUP OF SIX ROYAL COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN ANIMAL FIGURES, comprising: Small Pig, 6.4cm high; Pair of Owls, 9cm high; Recumbent Calf, 9.5cm high; Fat Robin, 7.7cm high, and Small Rabbit, 5cm high (5) £80 - £120 Lot 117 A ROYAL COPENHAGEN FIGURE GROUP, modelled as a young man restraining two sheep, model no. 627, printed and painted marks to base, 20cm high £60 - £80 Lot 118 A BING AND GRONDHAL FIGURE GROUP, modelled as a young goose girl and geese, model no. 2254, printed and painted marks, 24.5cm high £40 - £60 33

Lot 119 A ROYAL COPENHAGEN FIGURE GROUP, boy with calf, model no. 772, printed and painted marks to base, 17cm high £60 - £80 Lot 120 A DOULTON DEWAR’S PERTH WHISKEY SALTGLAZE BOTTLE, signed by Dudley Gandy, moulded with a Scotsman inscribed ‘Bang Goes Saxpense’, the opposing side with The Fair Maid of Perth, loop handle to the arched shoulder, 24.5cm high. See illustration £300 - £400 Lot 121 A LATE 19TH CENTURY DOULTON LAMBETH STONEWARE CYCLING JUG, sprigged with three panels of cycling figures titled ‘Path’, ‘Road’ and ‘Military’ against a buff ground within tubelined Art Nouveau flower form borders, impressed marks to base, 22.5cm high. See illustration £450 - £500

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EUROPEAN CERAMICS Lot 122 A SUSIE COOPER POTTERY JUG, covered in an apricot glaze, incised with a leaping antelope, facsimile signature to base, 22.5cm high £60 - £80 Lot 123 A FIELDINGS CROWN DEVON OVOID VASE, with gilded ram’s head handles, covered in an apricot glaze and enamelled with colourful flowers entwined around bamboo, between stippled gilt borders, the interior green, printed marks to base, 20cm high £50 - £60 Lot 124

Lot 124 A CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR LINTHORPE FUNNEL VASE, with a narrow neck, the body lightly incised and covered with an ochre glaze, shape No.114, impressed factory marks and facsimile signature, 16.5cm high. See illustration £150 - £200 Lot 125 A BURMANTOFTS FAIENCE POTTERY JARDINIÉRE AND PEDESTAL, the circular section jardiniére relief moulded with polychrome flowering plants on a cream ground, impressed mark and no. 2019 to underside, 28.5cm high, the conforming pedestal, no. 2018, circa 1890, 85cm high. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 126 A MOORCROFT CLAREMONT PATTERN BOWL, of circular bellied form, painted in shades of puce and blue on a shaded green ground, facsimile signature in green, reg. no. 420081, 27cm diameter £450 - £600

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Lot 127 A MOORCROFT POTTERY CIRCULAR FOOTED BOWL, tubelined and painted with the leaf and berry pattern, in shaded ivory, blue and bronze glazes against a pale blue streaky ground, impressed marks and facsimile signature in blue, 21cm diameter £150 - £200

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Lot 128 A PAIR OF CARLTONWARE ‘BASKET OF FLOWERS’ PATTERN VASES, of shouldered ovoid form with extended necks, enamelled and gilt with a basket of colourful flowers and insects against a royal blue ground, printed marks to base, 31cm high £250 - £300 Lot 129 A HISPANO-MORESQUE COPPER LUSTRE CHARGER, with a raised centre, painted with alternating panels of flowers and geometrics, embellished with small blue cabochon, 40cm diameter £75 - £100

Lot 130 Lot 130 SALLY TUFFIN FOR DENNIS CHINA WORKS, ‘Indian Elephant’ vase, no.39 of 70, stamped Dennis China Works, CW2000, painted S.T.des, artist’s monogram for Catherine Mellor, 28cm high. See illustration £250 - £300 Lots 131-133 SPARE LOTS


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Lot 134 AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASE, of shouldered ovoid form, painted overall with trailing lotus flowers, beneath a band of ruyi heads, the narrow neck with stiff leaf border, 22.5cm high. See illustration £300 - £500

Lot 137 A PAIR OF CHINESE CANTON BALUSTER VASES, with dog of fo and serpent mounts, painted in famille rose enamels with figural panels, interspaced with panels of exotic birds, insects and flowers, 60cm high. See illustration £500 - £700

Lot 135 A CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE CHARGER, painted to the centre with a nobleman and attendant in a garden, within a floral border, 38cm diameter £80 - £120

Lot 138 A CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JAR, of ovoid form, painted in the round with stylised floral and foliate devices and archaic characters between ornamental borders, probably Qianlong, with pierced hardwood cover and carved hardwood base, the jar 21.5cm high, 27.5cm high overall £100 - £150

Lot 136 A PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PLATES, each painted to the centre with flowers and rockwork, within floral spray border, 27.5cm diameter £200 - £250

Lot 139 A GROUP OF LATE 18TH AND EARLY 19TH CENTURY CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN, comprising a tea bowl, painted with scattered floral sprays, internal blue and puce diaper border, 7.4cm high; a small ovoid tea cannister, painted with figures and domestic scenes, 10.3cm high; a circular plate, painted with pavilions in a landscape, the rim with floral sprays, 22.7cm diameter; a small circular section tea bowl, painted with quail amongst rockwork and flowering plants, 7cm diameter, and a circular saucer dish, painted with a family group with dog in a garden, 11.2cm diameter (variously damages) (5) £80 - £120 Lot 140 THE HATCHER COLLECTION - A Chinese blue and white porcelain circular bowl, painted with stylised floral sprays, 11.5cm diameter; together with three further Chinese porcelain bowls, blue and white painted with landscapes, two with giltembellished rims (various damages), the largest 14.6cm diameter, one with wood stand (4) £60 - £100

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Lot 141 Lot 141 A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN CIRCULAR BOWLS AND COVERS, each with a lobed circular stand, reserved with polychrome painted panels of insects amongst flowering plants and blue stylised floral sprays, blue and gilt lined borders, the covers and bowls with six character mark, probably late 19th/early 20th century, the bowls 10.5cm diameter, 9.8cm high overall. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 142 A SMALL GROUP OF CHINESE PORCELAIN, comprising an Imari teapot and cover of lobed circular form, the cover with replacement finial (other damages), 10.5cm high; a similar oval spoon tray (restored), 15.6cm wide; another blue and white example with gilt rim, 16cm wide, and a tea bowl and saucer, gilt painted with floral sprays and diaper borders on a blue ground, the saucer 11.6cm diameter (4) £60 - £100

Lot 143 A SMALL GROUP OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN, comprising a shallow sauce boat with lobed border, painted with floral sprays within ornamental borders (damages), 19.5cm wide; a pair of tea bowls, painted in the round with huntsmen in a landscape, 9cm diameter; a sparrow beak jug, 11cm high; a pair of shaped circular saucers, 12cm diameter, and a small baluster vase and cover, with shi shi finial, 17cm high (7) £70 - £100

Lot 144 A CHINESE GUANGXU (Kuang Hsu) blue and white saucer dish, painted with figures in mountainous landscapes, the underside with simple plant forms, six character mark in blue, 26cm diameter £100 - £150

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Lot 145 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE IMARI BALUSTER VASE, painted in iron red and underglaze blue with simple leaf forms, 30.5cm high £100 - £150 Lot 146 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CANTON BALUSTER VASE, with dog of fo and serpent mounts, painted in famille rose enamels and gilt with a panel of figures on a terrace and on opposing panel of stylised birds and insects amongst plants and rockwork, conforming panels to the neck and base, overall with flowers, insects and motifs, 60cm high £400 - £600

Lot 147 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY CHINESE NANKING BLUE AND WHITE NAVETTE SHAPE PLATE, painted with island landscape within a butterfly, flower and scale border, gilt bracketed rim, 27cm wide £100 - £150


ASIAN CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART Lot 148 AN 18TH CENTURY NANKING CARGO TEA BOWL AND SAUCER, each painted in underglaze blue with plant forms, Christie’s label 5529 and 5531 £60 - £80

Lot 149 A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE SAUCER DISHES, enamelled with colourful summer flowers, red seal mark to base, 23.5cm diameter £100 - £150

Lot 150 A CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN TEA BOWL, of inverted bell form, painted in blue and gilt embellishment with peonies, flowers and fence, 7.5cm high £60 - £80

Lot 151 A JAPANESE SATSUMA POTTERY BOWL, the interior painted with bijin and children in a lakeside landscape, filled with buildings and trees, mountains beyond, externally with beds of iris and other flowers, seal mark to base and impressed Japan, 24cm diameter £150 - £200

Lot 154 A JAPANESE IMARI CYLINDRICAL BOWL AND SAUCER DISH, painted with lotus within shield shape cartouche against a ground of blossom, a stiff leaf border below, internally with an urn of flowers on a terrace to the well, 12.5cm diameter x 7cm high, the saucer dish of conforming decoration, 19.5cm diameter (2) £75 - £100 Lot 155 A CHINESE PALE GREEN JADE FIGURE OF A PHEASANT, 20th century, perched on a leafy bough, on a stained wood stand, 19cm high, 27cm wide £60 - £80 Lot 156 A CHINESE APPLE ARCHAIC-STYLE GREEN JADE EWER, 20th century, of flattened baluster form, with stiff leaf detail to the neck, the body carved with motifs, pierced handle and suspended ring to spout, 14cm high, on a stained wood stand £75 - £125 Lot 157 A CHINESE CARVED CELADON JADE TRIPOD CENSER AND COVER, 20th century, with mask and ring handles, the domed cover with dragon finial, on three paw feet, 15cm high, on a stained wood stand £100 - £150

Lot 152 A JAPANESE SATSUMA POTTERY SLEEVE VASE, painted in coloured enamels with a stork amongst chrysanthemum sprays, with a bronzed metal lining and collar, raised on a similar stand, 36cm high £100 - £150

Lot 158 A CHINESE CARVED CELADON JADE VASE AND COVER, 20th century, of flattened baluster form, encrusted with blossom, 22cm high, on a stained wood stand £100 - £150

Lot 153 A JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ SMALL SHOULDERED VASE, the silvered textured ground inlaid with iris; character mark to base, 9cm high £40 - £60

Lot 159 A CHINESE ARCHAIC-STYLE PALE GREEN JADE VASE AND COVER, 20th century, of flattened baluster form, the body carved with masks and scrolls, pierced scroll handles suspended with rings, 19cm high, on a stained wood stand £80 - £120

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Lot 160 A CHINESE BRONZE TEMPLE BELL, cast with a two-headed beast forming a loop handle with ball finial, the body with wading birds, bamboo and fir trees, lacking clapper, 26cm high £75 - £125

Lot 161 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE STAINED WOOD WATER BUCKET, of staved construction with overhead handle, 55cm high, 35cm diameter £60 - £80 Lot 162 A JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY BOX AND COVER, carved with squirrels amongst fruiting vines, the cover with grape finial, 8cm high x 10cm diameter £80 - £120

Lot 163 A JAPANESE TAISHO PERIOD IVORY FIGURE GROUP OF A NOBLEWOMAN, CHILD AND INFANT, in traditional costume with stained detail, the infant carried on the child’s back, two character mark to base, 11.5cm high £60 - £80

Lot 164 A JAPANESE TAISHO PERIOD IVORY FIGURE OF A BIJIN, holding a chrysanthemum in her right hand, a wine pot in her left, stained detail to hair and gown, two character marks to base, 18cm high £75 - £125

Lot 165 A JAPANESE IVORY BOX, Meiji period, of circular outline, the cover engraved and penned with lions, 6.5cm diameter x 3.5cm high £50 - £70

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Lot 166 (detail) Lot 166 A JAPANESE IVORY TWO-FOLD TABLE SCREEN, intricately carved in relief overall, internally the upper panels continuously with fighting Samurai, the lower panels with items of armour, equestrian paraphernalia, a fan and other motifs, externally the upper panels with a continuous mountainous landscape, the lower panels continuously with a storm tossed ocean, the frame with a meandering floral and foliate design, the bronze hinges conforming, reliefcarved and red-stained two character mark, Meiji period, 33cm high, 32cm wide. See illustration £2,000 - £3,000

Lot 167 A JAPANESE BRONZE FIGURE, cast as an artisan, seated on a stump, eating fruit from a basket, three character mark in relief to the reverse, Meiji period, 15.5cm high, carved wood base £200 - £300

Lot 168 A JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO, as an artisan, standing on a rock, holding a tied basket of grapes, his wife seated at his feet, she holding a pipe, shaped oval base, 18.5cm, with wood stand, another, as a crosslegged artisan, seated on a stack of logs, holding a rabbit, 10.3cm, wood stand; and another, part okimono (3) £150 - £200 Lot 166

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ASIAN CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART / GLASS / FOREIGN SILVER AND PLATE Lot 169 A JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY TUSK CARVING, of a warrior on horseback with his attendant holding a pennant, before a pine tree, on a rocky base, unsigned, 18cm high £100 - £150 Lot 170 AN INDIAN IVORY BOX AND COVER, carved from a tusk section with a procession of elephants amidst trees, 7.5cm high x 12cm wide £75 - £125 Lot 171 AN INDIAN IVORY ELEPHANT, late 19th/early 20th century, 6.5cm high £70 - £90 Lots 172 & 173 SPARE LOTS

GLASS Lot 174 A PAIR OF ART DECO CUT GLASS CYLINDRICAL TABLE LAMPS, with vertical slice cut panels, 20.5cm high £60 - £80 Lot 175 A CONTINENTAL BEAKER SHAPED VASE, of tapering octagonal section, the sides with raised over laid amber panels within gilt vermicelli and foliate borders, broad gilt rim, star cut base, 19th century, 15cm high £70 - £100

Lot 178 A MODERN CUT GLASS MALLET SHAPE DECANTER, with a facetted ball stopper and silver collar, hallmark for Birmingham 1980, 25cm high, together with a small vinegar bottle, with a silver pourer, Birmingham 1978, 14.5cm high (2) £30 - £50

Lot 182 A MODERN INDIAN SILVER CIRCULAR DISH, with a serpentine border over foliate pierced panels divided by embossed panels of flower forms to a boss centre, 15cm diameter, approximate weight 3oz, in a fitted box £40 - £60

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Lot 183 AN INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER THREEPIECE TEA SERVICE, marked BARTON SILVER, circa 1935, each piece of Odeonesque influence with strapwork girdle, engraved with armorial and monogram, on plinth bases, total approximate weight 30oz. See illustration £350 - £450

FOREIGN SILVER AND PLATE Lot 180 AN INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER PHOTOGRAPH FRAME by Hamilton & Co., Calcutta, c.1935, of plain rectangular form, with wooden back and easel stand, 34cm x 29cm overall, 30.5cm x 25.5cm aperture, stamped H & Co. SIlver £150 - £200

Lot 181 AN INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER CIRCULAR TRAY with a raised moulded serpentine border, 30cm diameter, marked PURE SILVER, approximate weight 16.5oz £150 - £200

Lot 184 AN INDIAN SILVER CARD CASE, early 20th century, chased overall with a lattice of flowering plants within an acanthus border, on a pounced ground, vacant shield cartouche to one side, 9cm x 6cm £75 - £125 Lot 185 TWENTY THREE INDIAN RUPEE SILVER TEASPOONS, circa.1911, the coins struck at the Hyderabad mint, 10.5cm long, approximately 15oz gross weight, together with a set of twelve gilt metal 1/2 rupee coffee spoons £100 - £150

Lot 176 A SET OF SEVEN PEDESTAL WINE GLASSES, each with semi-fluted bucket bowl on a faceted and knopped stem and star cut circular base, 20cm high £100 - £150 Lot 177 A PART SUITE OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL, with oval faceted and hobnail cutting, comprising six water glasses and six tall lemonade glasses, together with a similar decanter and stopper, 33cm high (13) £150 - £200

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Lot 187 Lot 186 A SET OF SIX ELA, DENMARK STERLING SILVER AND COLOURED ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS, in differing colours, cased, together with a set of twelve sterling silver cocktail sticks with enamelled cockerel finials, in a fitted case, retailers label for A. Fattorini, Harrogate (2) £75 - £125 Lot 187 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, of oval outline, with bead rims and halflobed bodies, comprising teapot, coffee pot, milk jug, sugar basin and oval two-handled tray, the tray 45cm wide, stamped Sterling Silver, approximate weight 106.5oz gross. See illustration £800 - £1,200

Lot 188 A TIFFANY AND CO. STERLING SILVER HANDLED BREAD KNIFE AND MATCHING CAKE SLICE, the handles in low relief with birds and plants in the Audubon pattern, with fabric sleeves and original box £70 - £90 Lot 189 A SUITE OF CHRISTOFLE SILVER PLATED TABLE CUTLERY, with beaded borders, comprising twelve table forks; twelve dessert forks; twelve table spoons; twelve dessert spoons; twelve fish knives; twelve fish forks; twelve teaspoons; nine coffee spoons; twelve dinner knives with filled handles; twelve side knives with filled handles; two pairs of servers; two serving spoons, different; sauce ladle and soup ladle, contained within a fitted case with two lift-out trays £200 - £300 Lot 190 SPARE LOT

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SILVER Lot 191 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT SPOONS, by George Fox, London 1874, with oval bowls, ornate twist handles, the finials cast as a figure with bird and anchor, 18cm long, approximate total weight 12oz, in a fitted case bearing retailers mark of Mappin Brothers £120 - £180 Lot 192 A GEORGE V SILVER INKSTAND, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1928, rectangular stand fitted with cut glass wells with hinged circular covers, on bun feet, 17.5cm wide, approximate weighable silver 6oz £70 - £100


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Lot 193 A GEORGE V SILVER MOUNTED CUT GLASS DOUBLE INKWELL, by John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham 1923, the oblong base with pen recess, hob nail cut to base, hinged covers to wells, 11cm wide x 6cm deep £60 - £80

Lot 196 A GEORGE V SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, Birmingham 1921, of octagonal baluster form, with reeded rims, on pad feet, together with a pair of shell sugar tongs, total approximate weight 24oz (4) £225 - £275

Lot 194 A GEORGE V SILVER TWO-HANDLED TRAY, by Goldsmith & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1927, oblong with rounded corners, moulded raised rim with gadroon border, the handles cast with shell foliate scrolls, 55.5cm wide over handles x 25cm, approximate weight 48oz. See illustration £600 - £800

Lot 197 A PAIR OF GEORGE VI SILVER CANDLESTICKS, by Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1948, with fitted sconces over circular tapering columns from circular bases, 17cm high, loaded £50 - £70

Lot 195 AN EDWARD VII SILVER TRIPTYCH PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1913, the middle section of serpentine form, flanked by two oblong frames with re-entrant corners, with guilloche and dot machine turned overall decoration, black morocco back, 25cm high x 45cm overall, each aperture approximately 14cm x 9.5cm. See illustration £450 - £550

Lot 198 A GEORGE V SILVER PEDESTAL DISH, by Joseph Gloster Ltd., Birmingham 1918, with pierced border and sides within a bracketted rim, on a conforming circular foot, 18cm diameter, total approximate weight 6oz £60 - £80 Lot 199 A GEORGE VI SILVER PEDESTAL DISH, by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1946, circular, with a raised pierced gallery and ribbed well, on a circular moulded foot, 11cm diameter, total approximate weight 2.5oz £30 - £50

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Lot 200 A GEORGE V SILVER TRAY, by Williams (Birmingham) Ltd., Birmingham 1919, of irregular octagonal form with bracketed rim, oval to the centre within radiating panels, 35.5cm x 27cm, total approximate weight 23.5oz £250 - £300 Lot 201 A GEORGE III SILVER CIRCULAR WAITER, by John Hutson, London 1791, with a raised and bead border, engraved to the centre with a navette shape cartouche, on three bracket feet, 19cm diameter, approximate weight 8.5oz £125 - £175 Lot 202 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SHELLSHAPE BUTTER DISHES, by Charles Aldridge & Henry Green, London 1775, each with bead rimmed handles engraved with an heraldic mailed fist, on mollusc feet, 14cm wide, total approximate weight 7oz £150 - £200

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SILVER Lot 211 A GEORGE V SILVER CREAM JUG AND A MATCHING SUGAR BOWL, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1926, the helmet shape jug with a leaf capped scroll handle, both with gadroon borders, on circular spreading bases, 12cm high and 10cm diameter respectively, total approximate weight 10oz £100 - £150

Lot 203 Lot 203 A PAIR OF GEORGE IV/WILLIAM IV SILVER OPEN ENTREE DISHES, by R & S Garrard & Co., London date letter rubbed, of circular bracketed form with gadroon borders, 25cm diameter, total approximate weight 52oz. See illustration £700 - £800 Lot 204 A GEORGE III SILVER CHAMBERSTICK, by John Winter & Co., Sheffield 1779, with a reeded sconce and bead borders, together with an associated snuffer, total approximate weight 9.5oz (2) £150 - £200 Lot 205 A GEORGE III SILVER CHAMBERSTICK AND SNUFFER, by Orlando Jackson, London 1771, with a removable sconce, leaf capped open scroll handle and gadroon borders, total approximate weight 7oz £150 - £200 Lot 206 A GEORGE III SILVER CIRCULAR WAITER, probably by Thomas Graham, London 1793, with a raised and reeded border, on three fluted bracket feet, 20.5cm diameter, approximate weight 12.5oz £200 - £250

Lot 207 A GEORGE V SILVER SAUCE BOAT, by C W Fletcher & Son Ltd., Sheffield 1932, with a gadroon rim and flying scroll handle, on three shell and hoof feet, 17cm wide, approximate weight 5oz £50 - £70 Lot 208 A GEORGE V SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SERVICE, by Sanders & Pedlingham, Birmingham 1923/24, circular with bracketed raised borders over moulded shoulders, the teapot with ebonised finial and handle, on domed bases, total approximate weight 32oz £350 - £400 Lot 209 A GEORGE VI SILVER CREAM JUG AND MATCHING SUGAR BOWL, by Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1937, each with horizontally fluted handles with web foot terminals and conforming circular bases, 8cm high and 14cm wide over handles respectively, total approximate weight 8oz £75 - £125 Lot 210 A GEORGE V SILVER SAUCE BOAT, by Fattorini & Sons Ltd., Birmingham 1912, of ogee shape with a bifurcated open scroll handle, on four web feet, 16cm long, approximate weight 5oz £70 - £90

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Lot 212 A GEORGE V SILVER MOUNTED GREEN MOROCCO DESK BLOTTER by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1920, with silver corners, 44.5cm x 29.5cm £75 - £125

Lot 213 A MATCHED PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER CAULDRON SALTS, by David Hennell, London 1744 and 1746, circular, with folded rims, on pad feet, 6cm diameter, together with a similar pair, hallmark rubbed, total approximate weight 7oz £120 - £150

Lot 214 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA SERVICE, by James R Ogden & Sons Ltd., Sheffield 1952, with coronation head, comprising teapot, hot water jug, milk jug and sugar bowl, each piece of spherical form, cast with celtic borders, on stepped circular bases, total approximate weight 59oz. See illustration £500 - £600 Lot 215 A GEORGE VI SILVER CIGARETTE BOX, London 1943, maker’s mark rubbed, machine turned oblong body, wood lined, the cover with a plain centre panel engraved with initials, inscribed to inner lid, on bracket feet, 18cm wide £80 - £100


SILVER Lot 218 A SET OF SIX ELIZABETH II SILVER JUBILEE TEASPOONS, The Sovereign Queen’s Spoon Collection, by John Pinches Ltd, Sheffield 1977, each spoon with a silver-gilt finial depicting one of the Queens of England, in fitted case £60 - £80 Lot 219 AN EDWARD VII SILVER COFFEE SERVICE, by James Wakely & Frank Wheeler, London 1906, comprising coffee pot, cream jug and sugar bowl, each with raised pierced borders over spherical body, the pot with ebonised finial and handle, on three foliate scroll feet, engraved with initial ‘S’, total approximate weight 39oz. See illustration £400 - £500

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Lot 220 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER SALVER, by Ollivant & Botsford, Birmingham 1962, George III style, with a raised gadroon shell cast border on three paw feet, 25.5cm diameter, approximate weight 18oz, engraved to underside with numerous facsimile signatures £200 - £300 Lot 221 A SET OF EIGHT GEORGE V SILVER FRUIT KNIVES AND FORKS, by Frank Cobb & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1934, with mother-of-pearl handles, in a fitted walnut case £75 - £125

Lot 219 Lot 216 A VICTORIAN SILVER HEART-SHAPE CASKET, by William Comyns, London 1885, the cover embossed with a couple in a landscape with bridge and buildings, within a crimped rim, the base engraved with foliate scrolls, 13cm x 11.5cm, approximate weight 6oz £75 - £125

Lot 217 A SET OF TWELVE ELIZABETH II SILVER SPOONS, by Travis, Wilson & Co Ltd, various assay offices 1961, comprising six teaspoons and six coffee spoons, in a fitted case, the lined inner cover printed with the various assay office details £60 - £80

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Lot 222 A MATCHED SILVER-GILT SERVING SPOON AND FORK, by Thomas Dicks, London 1824 and William Lister and Sons, Sheffield 1928, the spoon with an embossed bowl, each with elaborate foliate and C scroll handles, the oval cartouche engraved with an heraldic crest, together with a George III Berry Spoon, by John Lias, London 1806, later chased with berries and leaves, total approximate weight 7oz gross (3) £100 - £150

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SILVER Lot 223 A LATE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER PORRINGER, by Hamilton and Inches, Edinburgh 1891, with a convex gadrooned girdle and pierced bell shape and strap handle, on a circular waisted foot, 10.5cm diameter, approximate weight 4.5oz £75 - £125

Lot 229 A PAIR OF ELIZABETH II SILVER CORINTHIAN COLUMN CANDLESTICKS, by Frank Cobb & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1977, the fixed quatrefoil sconces with bead rims, on square stepped bases, 22cm high, loaded £250 - £350

Lot 224 AN EDWARD VII SILVER FACED TRAVELLING WATCH CASE, by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1903, the hinged front cover repousse with rococo scrolls, shells and flowers, to a leather covered easel back, 11.5cm x 10.5cm £50 - £70

Lot 230 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SMALL COFFEE POT, by Thomas Bradbury, London 1897, of plain tapering form, with a high domed cover and ebonised scroll handle, 19.5cm high, approximate weight 12oz gross £125 - £175

Lot 225 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER QUAICH, by Frank Cobb and Co. Ltd., Sheffield 1962, of circular form, the two lug handles and rim with cast Celtic ornament, 25cm diameter over handles, 7.5cm high, approximate weight 18.5oz, inscribed ‘The Innes Quaich’, together with an ebonised plinth bound in silver £175 - £250

Lot 231 AN EDWARD VII SILVER EASEL MIRROR, by William Comyns, London 1906, the heart shaped bevelled glass within a velvet backed frame pierced with a vacant cartouche and rococo scrolls, shells and flowers, 31.5cm x 26.5cm £200 - £300

Lot 232 A GEORGE V SILVER PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, Birmingham 1912, of shaped oblong form, with flower cast rounded border, aperture 20.5cm x 15cm, overall 31cm x 23cm, easel stand £125 - £175 Lot 233 A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER BALUSTER TANKARDS, by John Payne, London 1753, each with a double scroll handle with bifurcated terminal, on a spreading foot, engraved with an heraldic lion, 10cm high, total approximate weight 14oz £250 - £350 Lot 234 A MATCHED PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER CANDLESTICKS, by John Priest, London 1751 and William Gould, London 1750, the removable sconces with shell corners, over knopped, shell and faceted stems, raised on domed quatrefoil bases with conforming shell detail, 21cm high, total approximate weight 35oz. See illustration £700 - £800

Lot 226 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER QUATREFOIL DRESSING TABLE TRAY, by James Wakely and Frank Wheeler (probably), London 1891, relief cast with swans, flowers and scrolls around a vacant cartouche, 21cm wide, approximate weight 6.5oz £75 - £100 Lot 227 FIVE GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLESPOONS, by James and William Marshall, Edinburgh 1786, total approximate weight 9oz gross £120 - £160 Lot 228 THREE GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN TABLESPOONS, by William Auld, Edinburgh 1809, and another by James Dempster, Edinburgh 1791, total approximate 7.5oz gross (4) £100 - £140

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SILVER / OBJETS DE VERTU Lot 235 A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SAUCE BOATS, by Robert Rew, London 1763, each with leaf capped flying scroll handles, cut bracketed borders, on three shell and hoof feet, 16cm long, total approximate weight 14oz £250 - £350 Lot 238 SPARE LOT

OBJETS DE VERTU Lot 239 A 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER AND NIELLO SNUFF BOX, rectangular with rounded corners, the lid decorated against a matted silver gilt ground with a classical scene of putti amongst ruins, the underside with a countrywoman sitting beside farm buildings, the sides with dachas in landscapes, beneath an engraved chevron border, the silver gilt interior with assay mark H.A., mark for Moscow, and 84 zolotniki standard mark, 7cm x 4cm x 1.5cm. See illustration £350 - £450

Lot 240 A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT MOTHER-OF-PEARL GAMING COUNTERS, of rectangular, circular and fish form, some plain, the majority engraved with crests, floral and geometric motifs, approximately 140 £150 - £200

Lot 241 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY JAPANESE SHIBAYAMA IVORY DRESSING TABLE SET, each piece decorated with birds, flowers and foliage in hardstone and coloured mother of pearl, comprising two hair brushes, two clothes brushes, hand mirror and a pair of plain ivory glove stretchers (6). See illustration £400 - £600

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Lot 241 Lot 242 A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, by S.P. Ora & Co. Birmingham 1933, with engine turning, inscribed to the interior J.C.J. 19.10.34, total approximate weight 228grms, in original leather case £90 - £120 Lot 243 A 9CT GOLD CIGARETTE CASE, by B H Britton & Sons, Birmingham 1935, with engine turning, inscribed to the interior Silver Wedding 1935, total approximate weight 165grms. See illustration £1,450 - £1,850

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OBJETS DE VERTU Lot 244 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SNUFF BOX, by Desormeaux and Shepherd, Birmingham 1899, of oblong form with serpentine outline, engraved will foliate scrolls, the cover inscribed ‘Presented To Mr D McLellan, President, By The Members of The Bridgend Quoit Club, March 1902’, 6cm wide £90 - £120 Lot 245 A GEORGE IV SILVER GILT COMBINED VINAIGRETTE/SNUFF BOX, probably by William Edwards, London 1822, with engine turning, the cover engraved with initials within an oblong lozenge, flower cast thumbpiece, the interior with a pierced hinged grill, 4cm wide £200 - £250 Lot 246 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CARD CASE, by Thomas Hayes, Birmingham 1896, engraved with flowerheads and scrolling foliage around a mirror-shape cartouche engraved with a presentation inscription, 11.5cm x 7cm, in a velvet lined morocco case (2) £75 - £100

Lot 250 A 9CT GOLD CIGARETTE CASE, by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1930, with engine turning, total approximate weight 211grms, in tan calf fitted box £1,800 - £2,300 Lot 251 A JAEGER BARREL ALARM CLOCK, CIRCA 1960, the eight day movement with signed two-tone dial, flanked by translucent green panels in a brushed gilt metal case, the winding mechanism concealed behind two sliding doors, 5cm high, 5.5cm diameter £100 - £150 Lot 252 A GEORGE V SILVER FOLDING POCKET PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, by Cohen and Charles, Chester 1928, comprising of four hinged frames of canted rectangular form, fastening with a clasp, each frame 4.5cm x 4.5cm; together with a George VI silver champagne swizzle stick, by Cohen and Charles, London 1937, with engine turned case, and jump ring, 11cm long (2) £70 - £100

Lot 247 A WILLIAM IV SILVER VINAIGRETTE, by Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1830, the cover with an engraved oval cartouche within a wrigglework ground, the interior with a plain pierced grill, 2cm wide £75 - £100 Lot 248 A VICTORIAN MOTHER-OF-PEARL CARD PURSE, the front inlaid with a silver monogrammed cartouche, the interior with fanned card slots, 10.5cm x 7.5cm, together with a Mother-ofPearl card case, 10.5cm x 7.5cm (2) £40 - £60 Lot 249 AN ART DECO CHEROOT CASE, white metal (tests as silver), blue enamel, and with a snakeskin sleeve, the engine turned case with initialled lozenge, stamped .935, approximate net weight 78grms £50 - £75

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Lot 253 Lot 253 A GEORGE V SILVER TRAVELLING INK WELL AND OUTER CASE, by John Charles Lowe for Asprey and Co. London 1924, with machine turning, the oblong ink well with glass liner, the hinged cover incorporating the seal, the outer case with apertures to the obverse and reverse, 5.25cm high x 4.25cm wide. See illustration £150 - £200 Lot 254 AN ART DECO CIGARETTE CASE, with black onyx slab ends, ridge shaped snap, to a yellow metal engine turned body (tests as 18ct gold), with a silver gilt interior clip, stamped Germany, total approximate weight 182grms. See illustration £3,200 - £4,000

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OBJETS DE VERTU / JEWELLERY Lot 255 AN ART DECO SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, with applied gold decoration to the engine turned case, inscribed J.C.J. 15.11.34 to interior, total approximate weight 145grms £80 - £120

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Lot 256 A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, with gold bezel, by Asprey and Co. London 1933, engine turned and initialled to top left hand corner J.C.J., the interior gilt, total approximate weight 213grms, in original box £80 - £120

Lot 257 A SILVER AND CUT GLASS TRINKET DISH, modelled as a swan, the glass body below silver pierced and embossed folding wings and neck, import marks for 1967, 11cm high £40 - £60 Lot 258 A VICTORIAN SILVER FOLIATE PIERCED CASE, for a chatelaine, fitted with a leather bound condensed diary for 1892, accompanied by a small pencil suspended on a chain, 8cm long, hallmark rubbed, together with a Victorian ‘thistle’ pepperette, by James Crighton, Edinburgh 1886, 4.5cm high (2) £100 - £150

Lot 259 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER HANDLED IVORY PAGE TURNER, the handle embossed with flutes and scrolls, by William Neale, Chester 1901, 34.5cm long £40 - £60

Lot 260 Lot 260 A CARTIER TENNIS BRACELET, early to mid 20th century, set with brilliant cut diamonds, in platinum, total approximate diamond weight 2.25cts, total approximate weight 14grms, stamped Cartier Paris no. 3502 (indistinctly stamped 2990?). See illustration £1,500 - £2,000 Lot 261 A DIAMOND AND TURQUOISE FLORAL BROOCH, set with a cluster of brilliant cut stones to the centre within five all-over turquoise cabouchon set petals, on an eightcut diamond set stem, in platinum and yellow metal (tests as 18ct gold), approximately 46mm x 26mm, total approximate diamond weight 0.50cts, total approximate weight 12grms (one turquoise cabouchon missing) £450 - £650 Lot 262 AN EDWARD VII STIFF HINGE BANGLE IN 15CT GOLD, of pierced design, approximate weight 12grms £250 - £350 Lot 263 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND TIE PIN, the Old European cut stone claw set in 15ct gold with base metal thread attachment to a 9ct gold pin, approximate diamond weight 1.45cts £425 - £525

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Lot 264 Lot 264 AN ART DECO RUBY AND DIAMOND PANEL BROOCH, collet set with five circular faceted rubies, eight-cut, rose and Old European cut diamonds and further small rubies, in a pierced trellis design of rectangular canted outline, approximately 40mm x 15mm, total approximate diamond weight 0.50cts. See illustration £600 - £800

Lot 265 Lot 265 A SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, the early round brilliant cut stone claw set in white metal (tests as 18ct gold), approximate diamond weight 2.55cts, clarity VS, colour L, Anchor certificate no. 20009822. See illustration £4,000 - £5,000

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Lot 266 Lot 266 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND AND PEARL CLIP IN 15CT GOLD, the principal Old European cut stone set to the centre of four half pearls and four rose cut diamonds, raised against an oval pearl set surround and papyrus-head border, with detachable pearl set bow, (the fittings can be transposed to wear landscape or portrait form), approximately 52mm x 44mm, approximate weight of principal stone 0.30cts, approximate diameter of largest half-pearl 5mm, total approximate weight 35grms. See illustration £700 - £900

Lot 268 Lot 270 A THREE-STONE DIAMOND RING, the graduated stones of brilliant cut and claw set in line in platinum, approximate weight of principal diamond 0.87cts, total approximate weight of diamonds 1.25cts £450 - £650

Lot 267 A WHITE AND YELLOW 9CT GOLD BRACELET, of opposing curb and serpentine links, total approximate weight 25grms £175 - £225 Lot 269 Lot 268 A SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, the baguette cut stone claw set with a further stone to each shoulder, in white metal (tests as 18ct gold), approximate weight of principal stone 1.76cts, clarity VS, colour F, with Anchor certificate no. 20009821. See illustration £5,000 - £7,000

Lot 269 A RIBBON TIED FLOWER SPRAY BROOCH SET WITH DIAMONDS, AMETHYST, PERIDOT, GARNET AND CITRENE, c.1950, in yellow and white metal (tests as 18ct gold), approximately 65mm x 40mm, total approximate diamond weight 1.00cts, total approximate weight 26grms. See illustration £700 - £900

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Lot 271 A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND OVAL CLUSTER RING, the oval faceted sapphire claw set and raised against a surround of two graduated tiers of brilliant cut diamonds, in white metal (tests as 18ct gold), total approximate diamond weight 1.30cts £350 - £550 Lot 272 A JADE GRADUATED TWO-ROW NECKLACE, approximately 46cm long (at fault), together with a pair of jade cabouchon stud ear-rings on yellow metal fittings (tests as 14ct gold) £125 - £175


JEWELLERY Lot 273 A JADE BRACELET, the five rows of spherical beads interspersed with gilt metal pierecd beads, fastened with a yellow and white metal pierced box snap (tests as 9ct gold) £100 - £150

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Lot 276 Lot 276 A SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, the brilliant cut stone claw set in platinum, approximate diamond weight 1.59cts, clarity I1, colour F, Anchor certificate 20009823. See illustration £2,250 - £2,750

Lot 281 A CHILD’S CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE, early to mid 20th century, of graduated pearls, fastened with a pierced pearl barrel snap, approximate length 40cm £100 - £150 Lot 282 AN ART DECO CORAL BRACELET, claw set with five pierced and floral carved coral cabouchons, interspersed with a pierced link in white metal (tests as 9ct gold) £150 - £200

Lot 274 Lot 274 A 19TH CENTURY CROSS IN 15CT GOLD, collet set with almandinegarnets of circular cabouchon cut, bordered with a bead and wirework surround, approximately 66mm x 49mm, total approximate weight 16grms. See illustration £200 - £250 Lot 275 A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the seven early round brilliant cut stones collet set in a circular outline in white metal (tests as 18ct gold) with trefoil shoulders, total approximate diamond weight 1.40cts £750 - £1,000

Lot 280 A VICTORIAN BLOODSTONE AND PEARL BRACELET in 9ct gold, each square seal pierced and collet set with a pearl between four fine trace and belcher link chains, together with a 9ct gold stock pin, Birmingham 1954 (2) £125 - £175

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Lot 277 AN OPAL AND DIAMOND RIBBONTIED FLORAL SPRAY BROOCH, in platinum, mid 20th century, the pear shaped cabouchon opal claw set above a floral spray all-over set with brilliant, eight and rose cut diamonds, with white metal pin (tests as 18ct gold), approximately 53mm x 31mm, approximate weight of opal 3.00cts, total approximate diamond weight 1.90cts. See illustration £900 - £1,200

Lot 283 AN ART DECO SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, collet set to the centre with an oval faceted sapphire within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds and fancy calibré cut sapphires, approximate weight of principal sapphire 0.60cts, total approximate weight of diamonds 0.50cts. See illustration £600 - £900

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Lot 290 Lot 286 AN EDWARD VII WATCH CHAIN IN 9CT GOLD, of curb link hung with ‘T’ bar and swivel fastener, approximate weight 46grms £400 - £500 Lot 287 A BRACELET IN 9CT GOLD, of curb link, hung with fourteen 9ct gold charms, a Victorian veil head 1900 sovereign in 9ct gold mount and two yellow metal charms (tests as 14ct gold), total approximate weight 106grms £1,000 - £1,250

Lot 284 Lot 284 A DIAMOND AND RUBY FLORAL SPRAY BROOCH c.1950, the single flowerhead set to the centre with a principal stone of Old European cut raised against a surround of calibré cut rubies and six all-over diamond set platinum petals, the stem and foliage in yellow metal (tests as 18ct gold) with further diamond and ruby detail, approximately 98mm x 44mm, approximate weight of principal stone 0.35cts, total approximate diamond weight 3.40cts, total approximate weight 29grms. See illustration £1,000 - £1,500 Lot 285 A LATE VICTORIAN TERRIER BROOCH IN 15CT GOLD, in full relief with engraved detail, retailed by Manoah Rhodes & Sons of Bradford, in original fitted case £150 - £200

Lot 288 A DIAMOND SET ETERNITY RING, in platinum, set with eight-cut stones, total approximate diamond weight 0.75cts, size O £200 - £250 Lot 289 A VICTORIAN DIAMOND AND SEED PEARL BROOCH in 15ct gold, the Old European cut stone set to the centre of a half-pearl cluster above a crescent shape bar and leaf scroll allover set with half pearls, approximately 40mm x 18mm £150 - £200 Lot 290 A LATE 19TH CENTURY TIE PIN BY J CHAUMET in 14ct gold, in the form of a hand with rose diamond set cuff, French hallmarks, in original fitted case. See illustration £100 - £125 Lot 291 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY RUBY, DIAMOND AND SEED PEARL TIE PIN in 14ct gold, in the form of an eye, the elliptical frame set with calibré cut rubies and rose cut diamonds and a seed pearl to the centre £75 - £125

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Lot 292 A VICTORIAN SCOTTISH GROUSE CLAW BROOCH set with two faceted cairngorms in 9ct gold engraved mounts, later base metal pin, approximately 76mm x 20mm £60 - £80 Lot 293 A TANZANITE AND DIAMOND RING, in 18ct white gold, the oval faceted tanzanite claw set, with three brilliant cut stones set to each shoulder, total approximate weight 8grms £300 - £400 Lot 294 A TANZANITE AND DIAMOND RING in 14ct white gold, the oval faceted tanzanite claw set, with tapered baguette diamonds to each shoulder £125 - £175 Lot 295 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING in 18ct gold, the oval faceted ruby claw set and raised against tiered shoulders set with brilliant cut diamonds, total approximate diamond weight 0.32cts, total approximate weight 4grms £200 - £250 Lot 296 A RUBY AND DIAMOND RING in 18ct gold, the oval faceted ruby claw set, with three brilliant cut diamonds to each shoulder, total approximate diamond weight 0.40cts £300 - £400 Lots 297-299 SPARE LOTS


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WATCHES Lot 300 A GENTLEMAN’S EDWARD VII POCKET WATCH, by Cohen Bros. of Leeds, in silver open faced case, the white enamel two-piece dial with black Roman numerals, nickel double swell spade hands with subsidiary seconds dial, signed to dial and English lever movement no. 541898, engine turned to back with vacant cartouche within garter belt, Birmingham 1902 £80 - £120 Lot 301 A GENTLEMAN’S POCKET WATCH BY GROSVENOR, in 9ct rose gold open faced case, the circular silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, blued steel breguet hands and subsidiary seconds dial, keyless 15jewel lever movement, Glasgow Import 1930 £100 - £150 Lot 302 A GENTLEMAN’S POCKET WATCH BY RUSSELLS LTD., LIVERPOOL, in 18ct gold hunter case, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and blued steel spade hands and subsidiary seconds dial, signed to dial and ‘time o’day’ English lever keyless movement no. 403346, Birmingham 1930, engraved to inner dust cover, in original fitted case £600 - £800 Lot 303 A GENTLEMAN’S POCKET WATCH in 9ct gold open faced case, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and blued steel spade hands and subsidiary seconds dial, keyless Swiss 15-jewel lever movement by R.S., Birmingham 1929, engraved to inner dust cover £275 - £375

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Lot 304 Lot 304 A GENTLEMAN’S VICTORIAN POCKET WATCH BY GEORGE EDWARDS & SONS OF LONDON & GLASGOW, in 18ct gold hunter case, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, blued steel spade hands and subsidiary seconds dial, signed to English lever keyless movement No.2358, London 1876. See illustration £800 - £1,000

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Lot 305 A GENTLEMAN’S DRESS POCKET WATCH AND CHAIN BY PATEK PHILIPPE, GENEVE c.1930, in 18ct yellow gold and platinum, the circular matt gilt dial with polished gilt triangles and batons, swallow hands, signed to dial, 17-jewel lever movement and three piece case, Swiss and French import marks, movement no. 188644, case no. 612829, approximate diameter 42mm, approximate net weight of watch 34grms, approximate weight of chain 10grms, retailed by E Gübelin with original suede pouch. See illustration £2,500 - £3,000

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WATCHES Lot 308 A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, c.1949, in 9ct gold case, the circular white dial with gilt Arabic numerals, swallow hands and subsidiary seconds dial, signed to dial and fifteen-jewel lever movement, Birmingham 1949, case no. 274464, (engraved to back of case). See illustration £400 - £600

Lot 306 Lot 306 A GENTLEMAN’S ROLEX OYSTER ROYALE WRISTWATCH, c.1950, in stainless steel case, the white dial with chrome Arabic numerals, swallow hands and blued steel centre seconds counterpoise hand, signed to dial, button and movement, case no. 234250 2646, on an expanding stainless steel bracelet by Expandro. See illustration £300 - £500 Lot 307 A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY TAVANNES, in 9ct gold case, the circular white enamel dial with luminous Arabic shadow numerals, alpha hands and subsidiary seconds dial, signed to dial, 15 jewel lever movement, Swiss patent no. 189190 waterproof case, Glasgow import 1938, approximate net weight 10grms £75 - £125

Lot 308

Lot 312 A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY HELVETIA, c.1955, in 9ct gold rectangular stepped case, the white dial with gilt batons, alpha hands, and subsidiary seconds dial, signed to dial and 17 jewelled lever movement, London 1955 £150 - £200 Lot 313 A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY TROJAN, in 9ct gold case, the circular white dial with gilt Arabic numerals, swallow hands and subsidiary seconds dial, Swiss 15 jewelled lever movement, Edinburgh 1958 £90 - £120

Lot 309 Lot 309 A GENTLEMAN’S OMEGA CHRONOMETRE WRISTWATCH c.1950 in 18ct gold case, the circular matt gilt dial with gilt Arabic numerals and arrowhead batons, alpha hands and blued steel centre seconds hand, signed to dial, button and 17 jewel lever 283 movement, Birmingham 1952. See illustration £400 - £600 Lot 310 A GENTLEMAN’S WATCH BRACELET IN 9CT GOLD, of gate type link with centre back fastening, London 1959, total approximate weight 22grms £175 - £225 Lot 311 A GENTLEMAN’S WRISTWATCH BY FEDERAL, in silver tonneau case, the engine turned silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, blued steel alpha hands and subsidiary tonneau seconds dial, signed to dial, Swiss 15 jewelled lever movement, Glasgow 1928 £100 - £150

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Lot 314 Lot 314 A GENTLEMAN’S OMEGA WRISTWATCH, in 9ct gold, the circular white dial with gilt arrowhead batons, Arabic numeral 12, alpha hands with subsidiary seconds dial, signed to dial and 17 jewelled lever movement, Birmingham 1948. See illustration £200 - £250


WATCHES / COINS Lot 315 A LADY’S OMEGA COCKTAIL WATCH IN 18CT GOLD CASE, the bezel with loop wire decoration, the circular white dial with gilt Arabic numerals, marquis batons and swallow hands, signed to dial and 17 jewel lever movement, London 1951, on a later 9ct gold Milanese bracelet by Wristcraft, total approximate net weight 22grms £200 - £250 Lot 316 A LADY’S OMEGA WRISTWATCH IN 9CT GOLD CASE, the circular white dial with gilt batons an alpha hands, signed to dial, button and 17-jewel level movement on a later 9ct gold textured brick-type bracelet, total approximate net weight 20grms £175 - £225 Lot 317 A LADY’S CARTIER WRISTWATCH in silver gilt, the circular cream dial having black Roman numerals and blued steel tapered baton hands, signed to dial and case with cabouchon sapphire button, quartz movement, Swiss marks, original box and papers £300 - £350

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COINS Lot 319 USA WASHINGTON CENT, 1791, small eagle reverse, a bold VF. See illustration £200 - £250 Lot 320 A GEORGE III GUINEA, 1790, EF. See illustration £600 - £700 Lot 326 Lot 321 A GEORGE III HALF GUINEA, 1797, AVF £140 - £160 Lot 322 A GEORGE III THIRD GUINEA, 1798, GVF £100 - £140

Lot 323 A GEORGE III THIRD GUINEA, 1802, AEF £180 - £220

Lot 325 A GEORGE III QUARTER GUINEA, 1762, GVF £180 - £220

Lot 324 A GEORGE III THIRD GUINEA, 1806, VF/EF £80 - £120

Lot 326 A GEORGE III SOVEREIGN, 1817, GVF. See illustration £500 - £600

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Lot 334 Lot 334 A GEORGE III MAUNDY SET,1795, EF. See illustration £180 - £220

Lot 330

Lot 335 A GEORGE III MAUNDY SET, 1800, EF £180 - £220 Lot 336 A GEORGE III MAUNDY SET, 1800, EF £180 - £220 Lot 337 A GEORGE IV MAUNDY SET, 1825, AEF £80 - £120 Lot 332 Lot 327 A GEORGE III HALF SOVEREIGN, 1818, AVF £160 - £180 Lot 328 ELIZABETH II SOVEREIGN, 1958 £180 - £200 Lot 329 AN ELIZABETH II SOVEREIGN, 1958 £180 - £200 Lot 330 A GEORGE III EMERGENCY ISSUE HALF DOLLAR, with oval countermark, struck on Spanish 4 reales, 1792 Madrid, coin VF, countermark EF. See illustration £250 - £300 Lot 331 A GEORGE III BANK TOKEN, eighteenpence, 1813, nicely toned AEF £80 - £120

Lot 332 A GEORGE III ‘NORTHUMBERLAND’ SHILLING, 1763, Bold GVF. See illustration £600 - £700 Lot 333 A GEORGE III MAUNDY SET, 1786, VF/GVF £100 - £150

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Lot 338 ELIZABETH II PROOF SET, 1953, FDC., cased £50 - £70 Lot 339 ELIZABETH II PROOF SET, 1953, about FDC, cased £50 - £70 Lot 340 ELIZABETH II PROOF SET, 1953, about FDC. cased £50 - £70 Lots 341 & 342 SPARE LOTS

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Lot 343 Lot 343 ANONYMOUS (19th Century English School), Mr John and Miss Eliza Strutt, portrait study in a music room, with two dogs, she seated by a harp, he standing at her side, his left arm resting on a music stand, oil on canvas, 82cm x 66cm . See illustration £1,000 - £1,500

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Lot 344 Lot 344 RICHARD RAMSEY REINAGLE (British 1775-1862), Portrait of George Benson Strutt, three-quarter length, seated by a table, wearing a black jacket, cream waistcoat and white cravat, signed R.R. Reinagle Pinxit 1829 centre top, inscribed G.B. Strutt aetatis suae, ‘67 top right; and a companion work of Mrs George Benson Strutt, seated by a table in a black laced trimmed gowl and embroidered cream stole, a dog by her side, unsigned, a pair, oils on canvas, 130.5cm x 103cm, in matching gilt gesso frames. See illustration £2,000 - £3,000 Lot 345 HENDRIK JACOBUS SCHOLTEN (Dutch 1824-1907), Salon interior with figures, a beau calling on a young lady, her spaniel sitting on a cushion beside her, oil on panel, stamped and dated 1865 verso, attribution to frame, 36.5cm x 41.5cm. See illustration £1,000 - £1,250

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OIL PAINTINGS Lot 346 EDWARD TRAIN (British 1801-1866), Panoramic river landscape with bridge, angler and figures resting, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1852, 46cm x 68cm. See illustration £300 - £500 Lot 347 ANONYMOUS (19th Century), The reading lesson, children seen through an open cottage door way gathered round an elderly lady, with more children arriving, oil on panel, unsigned, 26.5cm x 21.5cm £150 - £200 Lot 348 SCHOOL OF SCHWANFELDER (British 1773-1837), Lightning striking a hay wagon, on the brow of a hill, figures looking on in alarm and distress, oil on canvas laid down, unsigned, 15.5cm x 20cm £200 - £300 Lot 349 JOESPEH HASLAM HAWKSWORTH (British 1827-1908), River landscape with angler beside a footbridge, cottage beyond, oil on canvas, signed to lower left, 33.5cm x 47.5cm £200 - £300 Lot 350 ANONYMOUS (19th Century), Three river landscapes, with figures, oil, two on panel one on board, unsigned, 22.5x 27cm, 21cm x 27cm and 24cm x 19.5cm £100 - £150

Lot 346 Lot 351 SCOTTISH SCHOOL (19th Century), Highland landscape with figures, oil on canvas, tondo, and another, a pair, unsigned, 28cm diameter £250 - £300 Lot 352 J* L* WARD (British 19th Century), landscape with female figure on a country lane, hills beyond, oil on canvas, signed to lower right and dated 1874, 31cm x 51.5cm £200 - £250

Lot 353 SPARE LOT Lot 354 ARR WALTER (LINSLEY) MEEGAN (British 1859-1944), Harbour at low tide, with fishing boats and figures, shoreline and cliffs beyond, another, boats putting into a small cove along a wooded shoreline, a pair, oil on canvas, signed, W. Linsley to lower right, 47cm x 68cm. The artist often signed his paintings with his wife’s maiden name of Linsley. See illustration £400 - £600

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OIL PAINTINGS Lot 355 COLIN GRAEME (British 1858-1910), English setter with game, oil on canvas, signed to lower left, 41cm x 56cm. See illustration £1,000 - £1,500 Lot 356 WALTER RICHARD SICKERT ARA (British 18601942), Rape of Lucretia (After Palma), signed to lower right and inscribed ‘After Palma’ oil on canvas 51cm x 61cm, Obelisk Gallery label verso, Exh. London, Beaux Arts Gallery, Paintings by Richard Sickert, ARA 1933 no.11. Illustrated in ‘Sickert Paintings and Drawings’ by Wendy Baron, Yale University Press, 2006. See illustration £7,000 - £9,000 Lot 357 ARR FRANK BRANGWYN (British 1867-1956), Tangiers, crowded street market, a Moor haggling with a female water carrier beneath an archway, oil on canvas, attribution and title verso, 56cm x 41cm. See illustration £1,200 - £1,500

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Lot 358 GUSTAV BOHM (Czechoslovakian b.1885) River, bridge and township, oil on panel, signed lower left, 22cm x 31cm £50 - £100

Lot 359 GUSTAV BOHM (Czechoslovakian b.1885) a mountain farmstead, oil on panel, signed lower left, 22cm x 31cm £50 - £100

Lot 360 G. MACHAVOINE (20th Century), Hunting dogs, standing over the kill, a dead buck, in a forest landscape, oil on canvas, signed to bottom right, 73cm x 100cm £300 - £500

Lot 361 ARR GEORGE MURRAY (Contemporary), Shetland landscape, with hayfields and crofts, oil on board, signed and dated (19)68 to lower right, 30cm x 60.5cm £50 - £100

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Lot 362 Lot 362 ARR OWEN BOWEN ROI, PR CAMA (British 1873-1967), Farm orchard with girl feeding chickens amongst apple blossom, oil on canvas, signed, 43cm x 53cm. See illustration £700 - £900 Lot 363 E* HIBBERT, (British Late 19th/early 20th Century), Norwegian fjord scene with figures boating, fishermens’ cabins along the shoreline, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1901 to lower right, 46cm x 61cm £100 - £200

Lot 364 ANDREW BEER (British 1862 - 1954) ‘The Blue Boy’ study of a racing pigeon, inscribed Blue Cock NURD.30.D8583, in 1930 flew all stages to Dover; 1931 won 2nd Croydon Amiens; 1932, 3rd Edinburgh 1933; won 1st Edinburgh and flew Perth 1934; 1st Lancaster and 1st Thurso in the Dinas Arms NRHS, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 30cms x 40cms £150 - £200 Lot 365 19TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL, interior with invalid attended by three figures, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed (Roeschiek?) to lower right, 55.5cm x 39cm £60 - £80

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Lot 366 FRANK HIDER (British 1861-1933), ‘A Rock Bound Coast’, sailing dinghies off a rocky coast, oil on canvas, signed to lower right, 31cm x 51cm £75 - £100 Lot 367 ITALIAN 20TH CENTURY, summer woodland pathway beside a stream, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed to lower right, 70cm x 100cm £80 - £120 Lot 368 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, still life of bird’s nest with eggs resting amongst primulas on a mossy bank, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed to lower right, 20cm x 25cm £100 - £150


OIL PAINTINGS Lot 369 ARR RALPH HERRING (British fl.1968), ‘Alde at Iken, Suffolk’, saltmarsh landscape, oil on board, signed to lower right, label verso with title and attribution, 51cm x 61cm £50 - £80

Lot 370 ARR GEORGE HERBERT BUCKINGHAM HOLLAND (British 1901-1986) Disused Mineshaft, Maeshafn, North Wales, oil on canvas, signed to lower right and to label verso 38cm x 51cm £80 - £120

Lot 371 SPARE LOT

Lot 372 ANONYMOUS (c.1960-1970), Arab souk scene with figures beneath the arches of a ruined building, with shafts of sunlight penetrating the shadows, oil on canvas, unsigned, 53.5cm x 44cm £60 - £90

Lot 373 ARR CHARLES BECHIR (French b.1949), Le Fxxxrtier, abstract study, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)’68 to lower left, title verso, 52.5cm x 45.5cm £70 - £90

Lot 374 ARR JAMES THOMSON GUNN AIPD, FIAL (Scottish b.1932), Seashore, Kintyre, mixed media, signed and dated (19)68 to lower right, 51cm x 41cm. Exh. Royal Scottish Academy 1969 No. 172. Exhibition labels with attribution and title verso £80 - £120

Lot 380 Lot 375 ARR HETTY D. THOMSON (Scottish b.1904), On Seil, Strongorm on the island of Seil, farmhouse, barn and hayfield, oil on board, 40.5cm x 51cm, signed to lower left. Exh. Royal Scottish Academy 1976 No. 102. Exhibition labels with attribution and title verso. £70 - £90

Lot 376 ARR GREGOR IAN SMITH (Scottish 1907-c.1985), Mountain and meadow landscape, oil on board, signed to lower right, 38cm x 39cm £75 - £125 Lot 377 ANONYMOUS (19th Century English School), portrait of a gentleman, head and shoulders facing to dexter, wearing a black jacket, red line waistcoat, black cravat, oil on canvas, unsigned, 64cm x 58cm £275 - £350

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Lot 378 DERRICK GUILD (Scottish b.1963), Ermine, Egg & Hemlock, oil on board, signed and titled verso, 44cm x 44.5cm £150 - £200

Lot 379 ARR HAROLD JOHN SHARMAN HENSON (British 20th/21st Century), Northern town street scene with Sunday churchgoers and Salvation Army band, before a church and terraced streets, oil on canvas, signed to lower right £300 - £500

Lot 380 ARR HAROLD JOHN SHARMAN HENSON (British 20th/21st Century), Northern town street scene with figures and dogs on a zebra crossing holding up the traffic as it edges its way through the narrow crowded streets, oil on board, signed to lower right, 63cm x 77cm. See illustration £400 - £600

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Lot 381 ARR BRIAN SHIELDS ‘BRAAQ’ (British 1951-1997), snow covered industrial city landscape and harbour with numerous figures, signed and dated ‘78 Ann lower right, 31cm x 41cm. See illustration £8,000 - £10,000

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Lot 382 ARR BRIAN SHIELDS ‘BRAAQ’ (British 1951-1997), Snow covered landscape with children playing and figures walking as snow falls, the town seen in the distance, oil on board, signed braaq ‘’Ann’’ to lower right, 28cm x 38cm. See illustration £6,000 - £8,000

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Lot 383 Lot 383 ARR BRIAN SHIELDS BRAAQ, (British 1951-1997), study of a young boy and girl, oil on board, signed in pencil verso, 19cm x 10cm. See illustration £1,000 - £1,500

WATERCOLOURS Lot 384 ARR BRIAN SHIELDS ‘BRAAQ’ (British 1951-1997), Three-quarter study of a ballerina, adjusting her costume, pastel and pencil, signed ‘B. A. Shields’ to lower right, 12.5cm x 17cm. See illustration £300 - £500 Lot 385 ARR WILLIAM ARMOUR RSA RSW (Scottish 1903-1979), Ben Ghoblach, Loch Broom, pastel, signed and titled in pencil to lower right, 38cm x 52cm. Exh. Royal Scottish Academy 1977 Cat No. 361. Exhibition label with attribution and title verso £100 - £200

Lot 386 ARR TREVOR STUBLEY, RP, RBA, RSW, RWS (British 1932-2010), Ewe and lamb beside a stone gateway, watercolour and pencil, signed to lower right, 15cm x 24cm £150 - £180

Lot 390 ALFRED EDWARD CHALON RA (Swiss 1780-1860), Study of a young female musician, in traditional costume, sitting on a terrace, playing a guitar, watercolour, signed and dated 1830 lower right, 35.5cm x 24.5cm £150 - £200

Lot 387 ARR PETER K. LAPISH (British b.1937), Gaiety Kinema, Leeds, street scene with tram and figures on their way to the matinee, watercolour, signed to lower left, 27cm x 36cm £150 - £200

Lot 391 STUDIO OF MYLES BIRKET FOSTER (1825-1899), Castle ruins in an extensive landscape, watercolour, bears studio stamp and monogram lower left, 21cm x 30cm £200 - £300

Lot 388 HUGHES CLAYTON, (British exh.1891-1929), seascape with sailing dinghy and shipping on the horizon, watercolour, signed to lower left, 37.5cm x 57.5cm £50 - £100

Lot 392 W*** HALL (British 19th Century), two figures by tranquil lake, watercolour, signed and dated 1862 lower right, 34cm x 53cm £80 - £120

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Lot 394

Lot 393 HENRY BARLOW CARTER (British 1803-1868), Hauling in the nets fishing boat in a heavy swell off the harbour, watercolour, unsigned, 20cm x 31cm. See illustration £400 - £600

Lot 397 LENNARD LEWIS (British 1826-1913), Egyptian river landscape at dusk, with dhows on the water and figures on a riverside path, watercolour, signed and dated (18)98 to lower left, 24cm x 53cm £100 - £150

Lot 399 ARR EVELYN JANE RIMINGTON (British act.1900-1950), Chateau looking out over a valley and lake, watercolour and pencil, signed to lower left, 23cm x 33.5cm £125 - £175

Lot 394 MARY E. DUFFIELD (British 18191914), Apple Blossom, still life of apple blossom held in a glass vase on a ledge, watercolour, signed to lower right, 30cm x 22cm, gallery label verso with attribution and title. See illustration £300 - £500

Lot 398 ARR EVELYN JANE RIMINGTON (British act.1900-1950), Continental harbour scene with cliff top houses, tower and beached fishing boat to the foreground, watercolour and pencil, signed to bottom right, 16cm x 24cm £100 - £150

Lot 400 ARR FRANK CATONA (19th/20th century), Arab street scene with mosque and figures, watercolour, signed to lower right, 44cm x 30cm £120 - £160

Lot 395 G* A* SCAPPA (19th Century), On the Durme, Flanders, Waterside boatyard and cottages with figures, watercolour, signed to lower left, attribution and title to mount and label verso, ‘...Bought out of Exhibition Egyptian Hall 1878’, 29cm x 59cm. See illustration £200 - £300 Lot 396 ARR H. WILSON (British 20th Century), North African street scene with figures, watercolour, signed and dated 1940 to bottom left, 17cm x 22cm £150 - £200

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WATERCOLOURS Lot 401 ALFRED ANDRE GENIOLE (1831-1861), young lady and two children in traditional dress, a mountain landscape beyond, watercolour, signed to lower left, 27.5cm x 20cm £100 - £150 Lot 402 DOROTHY S. HALLETT (British exh. 1913-1930), Ch. Divor of Gunthorpe, study of a Cairn terrier, pastel, signed to lower right and titled lower left, 40cm x 29.5cm £130 - £160 Lot 403 THEOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (Swiss/French 1859-1923) Profile in Blue, study of a woman facing sinister, blue crayon, signed with artist’s monogram, gallery labels verso, 34cm x 24cm £75 - £125 Lot 404 J.B. HANCE (d. 1915), Canadian lake and mountain landscape, watercolour and pencil, signed to lower right, 29cm x 55cm £60 - £100

Lot 406

Lot 405 ENGLISH SCHOOL (Late 18th/early 19th Century), Harewood Castle, Yorkshire, The ruins on high ground looking out over the Wharfe Valley, with figures in conversation, watercolour, unsigned, title in pencil to the margin £200 - £250 Lot 406 ANTHONY DEVIS (British 1729-1817), North Yorkshire Dales c.1790, figures resting on a bridge over a fast flowing river in the bottom of a steep sided dale, watercolour and pencil, signed to lower left, attribution and title to the mount, 32cm x 44cm. See illustration £400 - £600 Lot 407 WILLIAM LUCAS (British c.1840-1895), Portrait of a young woman, facing to dexter, in a lace trimmed lilac dress, holding a posy of flowers, a companion work of a young woman, in a landscape, holding a prayer book, pastels, both signed and dated 1876, ovals 41cm x 33cm, in ornate gilt gesso frames with strapwork and scroll cresting £400 - £600 Lot 408 J. RUSSELL RA (British 1745-1806), Portrait of a lady, half length facing to dexter, wearing a white gown with pearl drop to the neckline, pastel drawing, inscribed with the artist’s name to the frame, 57cm x 42.5cm. See illustration £700 - £1,000

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WATERCOLOURS Lot 411 M* DAVISON (fl. early 20th century), The Galilee Chapel, Durham Cathedral, watercolour, signed to lower right, 16.5cm x 25.5cm, together with W. Stanley Ellison (fl 1882-1924), St. Oswalds, Chester Cathedral, watercolour, signed and dated 1882 to lower right, 17cm x 12.5cm (2) £60 - £80

Lot 412 GEORGE FALL, (British 1848-1925), Ruined round tower of St Mary’s Abbey walls, on the bank of the river Ouse and York Minster, watercolour, signed to lower right, 19cm x 14cm £200 - £300 Lot 413 GEORGE FALL (British 1848-1925), York Minster, watercolour, signed to lower left, 20cm x 15cm £200 - £300

Lot 414 CHINESE SCHOOL (19th Century), full portrait studies of female musicians, seated playing a sanxian, the other playing a wind instrument, watercolour on pith paper, 20cm x 15cm, together with three full portrait studies of females in traditional costume, watercolour on pith paper, 19cm x 10.5cm (5) £50 - £100

Lot 409 Lot 409 FRANCIS COTES (British 1726-1770), Portrait of a lady, possibly the Countess of Pembroke, head and shoulders, wearing a white and gold dress with a blue shawl, her hair decorated with a blue ribbon, signed and dated 1762, pastel drawing, 59.5cm x 43.5cm. See illustration £1,000 - £1,500

Lot 410 IN THE MANNER OF THOMAS BAKER (British), 19th century, Rural landscapes with figures, sepia, a set of four, unsigned, 9cm x 16.5cm £80 - £120

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Lot 415 CHINESE SCHOOL (19th Century), A set of ten scenes depicting forms of punishment, watercolour on pith paper, mounted and framed in sets of five, individual size 8cm x 10.5cm £50 - £100 Lots 416 & 417 SPARE LOTS

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PRINTS Lot 424 BY AND AFTER N. FIELDING, Set Too; Throat; Knock Down; Recovery; Death; aquatints, five from a set of six cock fighting prints, plate II missing, pub. circa, 1853 by by Ackermann, plate size 21cm x 27.5cm £100 - £150 Lot 425 AFTER WOLSTENHOLME, Fox Hunting, set of four soft ground etchings by Reeve first pub. 1808, later impressions, 33cm x 39cm £150 - £200 Lot 426 AFTER CHARLES E. BALDOCK, ‘Full Cry’ and ‘The Death’, colour prints, titled, 37cm x 89cm £40 - £60 Lot 427 AFTER CECIL ALDIN, The Great North Road - The Bell at Stilton, chromolithograph, c.1903, 34cm x 59cm £75 - £125

Lot 418 Lot 418 ARR AFTER JOHN PIPER (British 19031992), Foliate Heads II, screen print in colours, signed in pencil, limited edition 7/70, image size 42 x 62cm. See illustration £900 - £1,200

Lot 421 AFTER J GOULD AND W HART, Irena Puella and Irena Cyanea, ornithological studies, a pair, colour lithographs, 53cm x 38cm £80 - £120

Lot 419 L* A* CLARK, Middle Eastern boatyard with figures, linocut, printed in black, white and brick, signed and dated 1968 to lower right, 76cm x 66cm £80 - £120

Lot 422 ARR AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT RA (British 1880-1969), ‘Model for Elegance’, colour reproduction, c. 1984 with blind stamp for Michael Stewart Fine Art Ltd., no. 424 of an edition of 850, 34cm x 49cm £100 - £150

Lot 420 ARR BY AND AFTER BRIAN SHIELDS ‘BRAAQ’ (British 1951-1997), Busy snow covered street scene with a corner shop, houses and factory beyond, reproduction colour print, signed braaq and no. 8/150 in pencil to the margin, 52cm x 76cm £50 - £100

Lot 428 ARR BY AND AFTER BORIS O’KLEIN (1893-1985), ‘Sens Unique’, Le Tricheur’, ‘Sens Interdit’, and ‘Sex Appeal’, a set of four etchings, titled in pencil below the image, plate size 13.5cm x 43cm £200 - £300

Lot 423 BY AND AFTER MONTAGUE DAWSON, ‘The Smoke of Battle, The Gallant Speedy’ reproduction colour print, with blind stamp and signed in pencil to the margin, published in 1972 by Venture Prints, 65cm x 67.5cm £80 - £120 Lot 429

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PRINTS / FURNITURE Lot 429 ARR GERALD LESLIE BROCKHURST (1890-1978) - Fabian, etching, signed in reverse on plate, in pencil below image, plate size 17.5cm x 12.5cm. See illustration £100 - £150

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Lot 430 AFTER DAVID ROBERTS RA (Scottish 1796-1864), Site of Cana of Galilee, April 21st 1839, lithograph with hand colouring, 31cm x 47cm and after Wm. Richardson - Abbey and Vale of Byland, lithograph with hand colouring, circa 1855, 30.5cm x 48.5cm (2) £50 - £70

Lot 431 AFTER DAVID ROBERTS RA (Scottish 1796-1864) Nablous Anchient Scechem, hand coloured lithograph c.1844, image size 31.5cm x 49cm, together with three other examples by the same hand, Fountain of Job, Valley of Hinnon c.1841; One of the Tombs of the Caliphs, Cairo 1848; Ruins of The Church of Saint John, Sebaste, c.1844, image size 25cm x 34cm, all framed and glazed (4) £75 - £125 Lot 432 AFTER RAPHAEL, Philosophia, Poesis, Justitia, three from a set of four copper engravings by Raphael Morghen, early states, c.1780, image size 36.5cm x 36.5cm (3)£100 - £150

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Lot 434 Lot 434 A LATE 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND GLAZED CABINET IN THE MANNER OF GILLOWS, having a dentil moulded cornice above a figured frieze and two tracery glazed doors. the interior fitted with three adjustable shelves, the lower cabinet with two cupboard doors, each with a figured oval panel within a banded and line-inlaid border, further enhanced with raised geometric mouldings, internally fitted with three long graduated drawers with brass swing handles, and on shaped bracket feet, 118cm wide x 236 high Detailing of the dentilled cornice are features often seen in Gillows work and the patterns of metalwork are the same as used on other Gillows pieces. Interior shelves in upper cabinet are replacements, the originals having been lost. See illustration £1,500 - £2,000 69

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Lot 435 Lot 435 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BOULLE AND ORMOLU MOUNTED EBONISED WRITING TABLES, of rectangular serpentine form, each with a velvet lined writing surface, bead and husk rim, above a shaped frieze drawer mounted with a shieldshape cartouche to the centre, on cabriole legs applied with caraytids and sabots, 103cm wide x 59cm deep x 74cm high. See illustration £1,700 - £2,000

Lot 436 A LATE 19TH CENTURY WALNUT, CROSSBANDED AND LINE-INLAID SERPENTINE SHAPED DESK, in the Louis XV manner, further embellished with gilt brass handles and mounts, with leather scriver to the top, three drawers to the frieze and three dummy drawers opposing, on cabriole supports, 146cm wide x 71cm deep x 73cm high £1,000 - £1,250

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Lot 437 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD PEDESTAL TABLE, having a circular tilt top on a baluster lobed and ovolo moulded pedestal on tripartite platform base with foliate moulded feet, 113cm diameter. See illustration£500 - £600

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FURNITURE Lot 438 A DUTCH COLONIAL MARQUETRY SUITE, comprising a sofa and a pair of chairs, each having a walnut encircling frame with raised indented panels to the square back and splayed sides, inlaid in satinwood with foliate scrolls within stringing and graduated husk pendants, upholstered to the back, sides and seat and on square tapered legs, sofa 168cm wide x 82cm high, chair 83.5cm wide x 82cm high. See illustration £1,750 - £2,000 Lot 439 AN EDWARD VII MAHOGANY BOOKCASE, inlaid in boxwood with stringing, having a moulded cornice with boxwood and ebony banding, above a plain frieze and two tracery glazed doors, the interior fitted with adjustable shelves, and on high shaped bracket feet, 162cm wide x 206cm high £300 - £400 Lot 440 A PAIR OF EDWARD VII MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED OPEN ARMCHAIRS, the top rail inlaid with oval paterae, pierced interlocking rails between splayed uprights, downswept arms, shaped oval upholstered seat on square tapered legs £150 - £200 Lot 441 AN EDWARD VII MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED DISPLAY CABINET, of tall canted outline, having a dentil moulded cornice above a single door with three glazed sections, flanked by conforming canted side panels, the interior fitted with glass shelves on square tapered legs on spade feet, 117cms wide x 34cm deep x 243cm high £200 - £300

Lot 442 AN EDWARD VII MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID OCCASIONAL TUB CHAIR, having three pierced and inlaid vertical rails, open arms with serpentine uprights, upholstered seat and on square tapered legs £80 - £120

Lot 447 A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CONVERSATION SEAT, having an arched upholstered back and bow fronted seat, with foliate carved and scrolled uprights and on cabriole legs with knopped feet and brass castors £150 - £200

Lot 443 AN EDWARD VII MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED BOW FRONT CABINET, of two drawers with gilt metal swing handles above a two door cupboard line inlaid with oval and quarter veneer, on square tapered legs with spade feet, 107cm wide x 47.5cm deep x 106cm high £150 - £200

Lot 448 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD TEAPOY, of sarcophagus form, having a divided interior and on a tapered octagonal pedestal, quadripartite platform base and turned compressed feet, 37cm wide £200 - £250

Lot 444 AN EDWARD VII MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT DISPLAY CABINET, crossbanded and inlaid in satinwood and harewood having an arched and moulded cornice, the frieze inlaid with foliate scrolls and ribbon-tied swags, above two tracery glazed doors, flanked by bowed and straight glazed panels, the interior fitted with glass shelves, on square tapered legs inlaid with graduated pendant husks, on spade feet and joined by an undertier, 145cm wide x 37cm deep x 195cm high £400 - £500 Lot 445 AN EDWARD VII SIX PIECE SALON SUITE, comprising a pair of single chairs and four nursing chairs, each having an open back with pierced and carved foliate and rail back, upholstered serpentine seat and on moulded cabriole legs £150 - £200 Lot 446 A VICTORIAN FIGURED WALNUT CABINET, having an ovolo moulded top above two glazed doors with foliate paterae and mouldings, the interior fitted with later glass shelves and on plinth base, 82cm wide x 31cm deep x 90cm high £150 - £200

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Lot 449 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOW FRONTED HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD, having a moulded cornice above two doors, cross banded in rosewood with boxwood stringing, the interior fitted with three shelves, 66.5cm wide x 102cm high £100 - £150 Lot 450 A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID OPEN ARMCHAIR, the oval back with pierced vase splat inlaid in brass with a swan above a pedestal urn within foliate scrollwork, close nailed needlework cover to the oval seat, open arms with serpentine uprights, on cabriole legs inlaid with anthemion to the shoulder (break to splat rail, section present) £125 - £175 Lot 451 A LATE 19TH CENTURY HALL SIDE TABLE of 18th century design, having a double arch raised back with applied carved acanthus leaf and scrollwork above an inverted breakfront top, the deep frieze centred with a shield and paterae, on moulded double scroll front legs applied with stiff leaf moulding and on paw feet, 136cm wide x 40cm deep x 120cm high £175 - £225

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Lot 452 AN EDWARD VII MAHOGANY AND INLAID THREE PIECE BEDROOM SUITE BY SOPWITH & CO LTD NEWCASTLE, comprising a double bedstead having an indented panel headboard inlaid in satin and harewood with a dentil and oval border and line inlay, the footboard of triple indented panels inlaid with a ribbon tied harebell swag, on square tapered legs with brass castors, 143cm wide x 140cm; a washstand with marble back and surface above a two door cupboard, 123cm wide; a bedside cabinet, 40cm wide £400 - £600 Lot 453 AN EDWARD VII MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD CROSSBANDED AND LINE INLAID MUSIC CABINET, having a raised and pierced back above three drop front drawers with gilt metal reeded swing handles and two indented panel cupboard doors below, on square tapered legs with spade feet, 52cm wide x 104cm high £150 - £200

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Lot 454 A MAHOGANY PARTNERS’ DESK c.1900, having a green leather incised writing surface, opposing sides fitted with three drawers across and three graduated drawers to each pedestal with brass cup handles, on plinth base, 151cm wide x 122cm deep x 75cm high. See illustration £950 - £1,150 Lot 455 A LATE 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CORNER CUPBOARD, having a moulded cornice above two arched and field-panel doors with ‘H’ brass hinges, the interior fitted with shaped shelves and three drawers, on later ogree bracket feet, 95cm wide x 140cm high £165 - £195 Lot 456 A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, one carver and five singles, having curved bar backs, brown hide upholstered seats and on reeded turned legs. See illustration £300 - £400

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Lot 457 A SET OF EIGHT VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, each having a curved and moulded ballon back with scrolled tie rail, close nailed and buttoned hide upholstery to the serpentine seats, on foliate carved and turned legs with ceramic castors £400 - £500 Lot 458 AN 18TH CENTURY STYLE MAHOGANY OPEN ARMCHAIR, having a serpentine top rail above a ribbon and tassel ‘C’ scroll splat, moulded serpentine arms and uprights, upholstered drop in seat, on cabriole legs carved with foliage, claw and ball feet £100 - £150 Lot 459 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD POLE SCREEN, the foliate carved and pierced shield shape banner enclosing a contemporary needlework panel, the fluted and lobed pedestal on a tripartite platform base with knopped feet, 131cm high £60 - £80


FURNITURE Lot 460 A FIGURED WALNUT COMPOSITE DINING ROOM SUITE, comprising an oval extending table, with three leaves, having a gadroon rim, deep apron and on foliate carved cabriole legs on claw and ball feet, 121cm wide x 238cm long; a set of six single chairs and one carver each having a serpentine top rail above a vase splat applied with leaf curls and shell, upholstered drop in seat and on conforming legs; a sideboard having a raised back above an inverted serpentine top, with a bank of three drawers flanked by a pair of crossbanded cupboard doors, on conforming feet, 130cm x 167cm x 60cm; and a similar side table with short raised back above three drawers to the shaped apron, on slender cabriole legs on pad feet, 91cm wide x 50cm deep x 84cm high. See illustration £700 - £1,000

Lot 461 A REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY DRUM LIBRARY TABLE, having a leather incised surface, reeded rim, above four drawers and four dummy drawers, crossbanded in rosewood with box and ebony stringing, gilt metal star and ring handles, on turned pedestal and four downswept legs with turned feet, brass caps and ceramic castors, 94cm diameter £600 - £800

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FURNITURE Lot 464 AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD CANTERBURY, of three divisions with ‘C’ scroll and foliate uprights above a drawer with turned handles and on turned legs with brass caps and castors, 44cm wide x 39cm deep x 36cm high. See illustration £450 - £550

Lot 462 Lot 462 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY FRAMED WINGED ARMCHAIR, having a square back, upholstered in close nailed buff-coloured leather with squab cushion, on turned legs with brass caps. See illustration £250 - £350 Lot 463 A LATE GEORGE III MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED CARD TABLE, crossbanded in rosewood, have a rectangular fold-over top with curved corners, the interior lined in baise, above a frieze inlaid with stringing and on square tapered legs, 93cm wide £150 - £200

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Lot 465 A NEST OF THREE FRUITWOOD MARQUETRY TABLES BY EMILE GALLÉ, the rectangular tops inlaid with arctic wildlife, polar bears, seals and gannets, on coromandel veneered panel supports each with inlaid ‘Galle’ signature, 65cm wide x 40cm deep x 35.5cm high. See illustration £600 - £800 Lot 466 A SET OF SIX OAK ARMCHAIRS BY BETTY JOEL, each having a curved square back, open arms, upholstered to the back and bow fronted drop-in seat, on square legs joined by an ‘H’ stretcher. See illustration £600 - £800

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Lot 467 A THOMPSON OF KILBURN ‘MOUSEMAN’ OAK KNEEHOLE DESK, having an adzed surface above three drawers to each pedestal, turned handles, panelled sides and on octagonal turned legs, carved in relief with a mouse, 136cm wide x 49.5cm deep x 72cm high. See illustration £1,500 - £2,000 Lot 468 A THOMPSON OF KILBURN ‘MOUSEMAN’ OAK REFECTORY DINING TABLE, having an adzed surface, on octagonal turned standards joined by a platform stretcher, carved in relief with a mouse, 87cm wide x 182cm long. See illustration £2,500 - £3,000

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Lot 468

Lot 467 Lot 469 A THOMPSON OF KILBURN ‘MOUSEMAN’ SET OF SIX OAK DINING CHAIRS, comprising two carvers and four singles, each having a lattice work panel to the back, hide upholstered seat and on octagonal turned legs joined by square framing, carved in relief with a mouse. See illustration £1,750 - £2,250

Lot 469 Lot 470 A GEORGE III OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS, the top crossbanded in mahogany, above two short and three long cockbeaded drawers with brass swing handles and on shaped bracket feet, 98cm wide x 47cm deep x 91cm high £150 - £250

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Lot 471 A LATE 17TH CENTURY/EARLY 18TH CENTURY OAK SIDE TABLE, having a planked rectangular top with ovolomoulded edge above a doublefronted drawer with applied mouldings, on baluster and ring turned legs and feet joined by a flattended ‘X’ form stretcher, with later back plate and swing handles, 92cm wide x 62cm deep x 80cm high £300 - £400

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FURNITURE Lot 472 AN 18TH CENTURY MONTGOMERYSHIRE OAK DRESSER, having three drawers with cut brass back plates and swing handles above a triple ogee arch apron with cockbeading, on slender ring turned baluster front legs with stile feet joined by a pot board, 187cm wide x 45cm deep x 81cm high. See illustration £2,500 - £3,500 Lot 472 Lot 473 A SET OF SIX 19TH CENTURY LANCASHIRE ASH BAR TOP LADDER BACK SINGLE CHAIRS, Lancashire, each having an arched top rail above four graduated curved and arched ladders, rush seat and on rounded legs on pad foot joined by a turned stretcher £200 - £300 Lot 474 A DUTCH OAK DRAW LEAF DINING TABLE, 17th century and later, the cleated rectangular top above a bolection moulded frieze with scrolled angle brackets, on bold spherical turned legs joined by peripheral stretchers and on bun feet, 82cm wide x 231cm long. See illustration £500 - £700 Lot 475 A MID 18TH CENTURY OAK DELFT RACK, having a moulded cornice above a scalloped frieze and three open plate racks flanked by a stopflute pilaster to either side, c.1750, 124cm wide x 100cm high £150 - £200 Lot 476 A 19TH CENTURY CHILD’S ELM AND OAK WINGED ROCKING CHAIR, of boarded construction, having a finger grip to the back, aperture to the seat and on rocker base £70 - £90

Lot 474 Lot 477 A GEORGE III OAK BUREAU, having a fall front, the interior fitted with small drawers and pigeon holes, centred with a cupboard, above two short and two long graduated drawers, with brass plate escutcheons, back plates and swing handles, 83cm wide x 100cm high £300 - £400

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CARPETS Lot 478 AN AFGHAN RUG, the wine red field with an allover pattern of diamond guls, the cream border flanked by triple guards of stylised angular leaf and flowerhead design, 318cm x 218cm £100 - £150


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