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Forthcoming Fine Arts & Specialist Sale

Tuesday 2nd & Wednesday 3rd June 2020 (Sale commences at 10.00am) To include a single owner collection of precision built scale models and related engineering tools and machines. Viewing: Saturday 30th May 9.30am – 12.00 noon Monday 1st June 9.30am – 12.00 noon and on the mornings of the sale from 8.30am


Fine Arts & Specialist Sale TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 24TH - 25TH MARCH 2020 at 10.00am Viewing: Saturday 21st March 9.30am – 12.00 noon Monday 23rd March 10.00am – 4.00pm and on the Mornings of Sale from 8.30am Telephone: + 44 (0)1543 251081. Sale Enquiries & Bids email: lichfield@richardwinterton.co.uk Live Online Bidding and fully illustrated catalogue at: www.the-saleroom.com/richardwinterton or www.easyliveauction.com Buyers premium on the hammer price 20 % + VAT @20% Online Saleroom.com charges 6% + VAT @20% or Online EasyLiveAuction Premium 3% or £3 - please choose when registering

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IMPORTANT NOTICES ALL WINNING BIDS SHOULD BE PAID FOR & COLLECTED/COLLECTION ARRANGED WITHIN SEVEN DAYS OF THE AUCTION (Failure to do so may result in the sale being cancelled and the bidder blacklisted across the international auction house network. Any purchases not collected within seven days of the auction will be moved offsite and incur storage fees at £5 per day per Lot) Due to the increasing number of requests we now receive for condition reports, images and telephone bids, these should be submitted as early as possible. We cannot guarantee to process any requests for condition reports, images or phone bid bookings unless they are received at least twenty-four hours prior to the sale and are dealt with on a first come basis. Lots are sold as seen under the terms of the auction. Some descriptions mention damage (s.d) losses or restoration. This does not imply Lots are perfect where no mention is made. We are happy to provide condition reports on individual Lots by written request, ie email. This is an opinion only. However, it is up to buyers to satisfy themselves with regards to the condition/authenticity on any Lot in which they intend bidding upon. For more information about Live Auctions please go to www.the-saleroom.com or www.easyliveauction.com

Cover: Lots 758, 50 & 776


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ORDER OF SALE Day One – Tuesday 24th March (sale commences at 10am) Jewellery Watches Coins Silver Militaria Stamps Cigarette cards Comics Books & Maps Technology & Collectors Diecast & Trains Wine, Whisky & Spirits

1 – 56 57 – 72 73 – 81 82 – 126 127 – 166 167 – 181 182 – 187 188 – 201 202 – 227 228 – 261 262 – 336 337 – 384

Day Two – Wednesday 25th March (sale commences at 10am) Decorative Pictures Michael Gilbery The Residual Contents of a Swiss Chateau Pictures Ceramics & Glass Works of Art Design Furniture Furniture Sporting Guns & Rifles

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385 – 435 436 – 483 501 – 583 584 – 625 626 – 667 668 – 707 708 – 737 738 – 773 774 – 793


Day One – Tuesday 24th March Sale commences at 10.00am

JEWELLERY


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Lot 1 Lot 1 A MODERN 18CT GOLD TANZANITE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, centring on a principal cushion cut tanzanite measuring approximately 12.5mm x 9.2mm x 7.0mm, calculated weight approximately 6.38ct, estimated diamond weight 0.70ct, ring size S, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham, approximate gross weight 6.6 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 2 Lot 2 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 18CT GOLD RECTANGULAR SHAPED GREEN TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, an emerald cut dark green tourmaline measuring 15.6mm x 6.92mm x 4.4mm, estimated weight 3.78ct, estimated diamond weight 0.85ct, ring size N, hallmarked 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 6.4 grams £300 - £500 plus BP*

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Lot 3 Lot 3 A MODERN 18CT GOLD PEAR SHAPE TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER PENDANT, a dark green tourmaline measuring 25mm x 13.6mm, enclosed within a border of modern round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated weight 1.14ct, together with a 9ct gold chain approximately 460mm in length, fitted to a trigger clasp, the pendant is hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham, the chain is hallmarked 9ct gold, approximate gross weight 16.3 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 4 Lot 4 A MODERN SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, estimated modern round brilliant cut diamond weight 1.50ct, colour assessed as J-K, clarity assessed as I1, ring size U 1/2, stamped ‘18ct PLAT’, approximate gross weight 2.7 grams £1800 - £2600 plus BP*

Lot 5 Lot 5 AN ART DECO GOLD, CORAL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, designed as a central circular panel encasing a polished piece of elongated coral, the central strip set with rose cut diamonds, bar brooch length 32mm, approximate weight 4 grams (coral moves slightly in its setting) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 6 Lot 6 A MODERN ROUND BRILLIANT DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, estimated total diamond weight 0.99ct, ring size R 1/2, hallmarked 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 5.6 grams £350 - £450 plus BP*


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Lot 7

Lot 8

Lot 11

Lot 9

Lot 7 A NATURAL AMBER NECKLACE, designed as fiftyfive graduated beads measuring approximately 13mm to 27mm, length approximately 106cm, approximate gross weight 86 grams £450 - £500 plus BP* Lot 8 AN ART DECO AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND RING, centring on a rectangular cut aquamarine measuring approximately 18mm x 13mm x 9.6mm, calculated weight 14.83ct, flanked by three old European cut diamonds to each shoulder, estimated total diamond weight 0.36ct, ring size O 1/2, approximate gross weight 10.3 grams £700 - £900 plus BP*

Lot 10

Lot 10 A MODERN AQUAMARINE, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS RING, centring on a principal trap cut aquamarine measuring approximately 16.7mm x 13.5mm x 10.5mm, calculated weight 16.27ct, estimated diamond weight 0.50ct, ring size L 1/2, approximate gross weight 10.8 grams £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 11 A NATURAL AMBER NECKLACE, designed as thirtynine graduated beads measuring approximately 13mm to 31mm, length 82cm, approximate gross weight 86.9 grams £450 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 9 A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, a round brilliant cut diamond, calculated weight 2.45ct, colour assessed as K-L, clarity assessed as I1-I2, ring size N 1/2, approximate gross weight 3.5 grams £2500 - £3500 plus BP*

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Lot 13

Lot 16

Lot 12

Lot 15 Lot 12 A PAIR OF 18CT GOLD DIAMOND SET HALF HOOP CLIP EARRINGS, the yellow gold half hoops of horizontal banded design with a vertical white gold band woven down the centre, this band is set with two rows of brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 0.35ct, with 18ct hallmark for Birmingham 1999, stamped 18kt Italy, lengths 20mm, approximate gross weight 12.7 grams (2) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 13 A MODERN 18CT GOLD ROBERTO COIN DIAMOND BRACELET, a wide flat panel link textured pattern with diamond links and a diamond set feature clasp, estimated diamond weight 1.92ct, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham 2000, signed Roberto Coin, approximate gross weight 90.6 grams £1700 - £2400 plus BP*

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Lot 14 Lot 14 A MODERN 18CT GOLD ROBERTO COIN DIAMOND COLLAR, a wide flat panel link textured pattern with diamond links and a diamond set feature clasp, estimated diamond weight 0.78ct, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham 2000, signed Roberto Coin, approximate gross weight 111.6 grams £2000 - £2500 plus BP* Lot 15 AN 18CT GOLD DIAMOND BAND RING, estimated diamond weight 0.24ct, ring size L, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham 2000, approximate gross weight 5.9 grams £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 16 A MODERN SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND LINE BRACELET, centring on a line of calibre square cut blue sapphires, flanked by a row of round brilliant cut diamonds to each side, estimated diamond weight 4.8ct, measuring approximately 180mm in length, stamped ‘750’, approximate gross weight 40.5 grams £1200 - £1800 plus BP*


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Lot 17 Lot 17 A LARGE 18CT GOLD DIAMOND AND DARK GREEN TOURMALINE CLUSTER RING, emerald cut tourmaline measuring approximately 11.4mm x 7.5mm, estimated approximate diamond weight 3.3ct, colour assessed as KL, clarity assessed as SI2-I1, ring size N, approximate gross weight 6.2 grams £1200 - £1800 plus BP*

Lot 18 Lot 18 A PAIR OF TOURMALINE AND DIAMOND EARRINGS, post and omega clip fittings, two emerald cut dark green tourmalines, measuring approximately 14mm x 8.9mm, six single cut diamonds, estimated total weight 0.18ct, stamped ‘750’, approximate gross weight 8.7 grams (2) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 19 Lot 19 AN EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY RUBY AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING, centring on an early brilliant cut diamond, measuring approximately 0.60ct, colour assessed as I-J, clarity assessed as SI2-I1, flanked by rows of calibre cut rubies and smaller baguette and single cut diamonds, ring size O, approximate gross weight 8.2 grams (condition: please note there is a surface reaching inclusion on the principal diamond) £500 - £800 plus BP* Lot 20 A MODERN PEAR SHAPE AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER PENDANT AND CHAIN, a pear shape aquamarine measuring 13.4mm x 9.6mm x 5.6mm, estimated weight 3.47ct, estimated total diamond weight 0.65ct, together with a 9ct gold snake chain measuring 640mm, the chain is import hallmarked 9ct gold, approximate gross weight 15.0 grams £500 - £700 plus BP*

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Lot 21 Lot 21 A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND EARRINGS, organic design with textured line detail, clip fittings, comprised of two old cut diamonds to each stud, measuring approximately 4.98mm and 6.7mm in diameter each, estimated total diamond weight 3.86ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as I1-I2, approximate gross weight 13.6 grams (2) £2500 - £3000 plus BP*

Lot 22 Lot 22 A MODERN 18CT AQUAMARINE PENDANT AND CHAIN, one emerald cut aquamarine measuring 18mm x 11.5mm x 7.9mm, estimated weight 11.24ct, pendant stamped ‘750’, together with an 18ct gold curb link measuring 500mm in length, import hallmarked 18ct gold, London, approximate gross weight 15.5 grams £500 - £800 plus BP*

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Lot 26

Lot 23 Lot 23 A TURQUOISE AND PEARL BROOCH AND A PAIR OF MATCHING CLIP EARRINGS, abstract starburst design, circa 1970, brooch measuring approximately 50mm x 41mm, approximate gross weight 17.1 grams (3) £180 - £260 plus BP*

Lot 24 Lot 24 A MODERN MABE PEARL BROOCH, abstract design, Mabe pearl measuring approximately 15.5mm in diameter, brooch measuring approximately 43mm x 38mm, stamped ‘750’, approximate gross weight 14.6 grams £250 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 28

Lot 25 Lot 25 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 18CT RUBY AND DIAMOND CARVED HALF HOOP FIVE STONE RING, scroll carved shoulders and sides, estimated total modern round brilliant cut weight 0.76ct, colour assessed as G-H, clarity assessed as VS2-SI1, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham, approximate gross weight 5.6 grams £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 26 A PAIR OF MODERN DIAMOND ROUND CLUSTER EAR STUDS, post fittings, round brilliant cut diamonds measuring from 4.5mm to 5.7mm in diameter each, estimated total diamond weight 6.02ct, colour assessed as L-M, clarity assessed as SI2-I2, approximate gross weight 6.4 grams (2) £2000 - £3000 plus BP*

Lot 27 Lot 27 A PAIR OF MODERN OVAL AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER EARRINGS, post fittings, measuring approximately 10.0mm x 8.00mm, estimated total diamond weight 1.5ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as VS1-VS2, approximate gross weight 6.7 grams £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 28 A LATE 20TH CENTURY LARGE EMERALD AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, emerald cut emerald measuring approximately 11.6m x 11.1mm x 8.5mm, estimated emerald weight 7ct, estimated total diamond weight 6ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as SI1-SI2, ring size O 1/2, stamped ‘18ct’, approximate gross weight 15.7 grams £3500 - £4000 plus BP*


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Lot 29 Lot 29 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 18CT GOLD HALF HOOP FIVE STONE DIAMOND RING, estimated total diamond weight 2.0ct, colour assessed as I-J, clarity assessed as SI2-I2, ring size M, hallmarked 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 3.9 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 30

Lot 30 A CONTINENTAL FOUR ROW SNAKE BRACELET, fitted to large feature scroll design clasp set with rubies, stamped ‘750’, length 195mm, approximate gross weight 60.2 grams £1000 - £1500 plus BP*

Lot 31

Lot 31 A PAIR OF MODERN 18CT WHITE GOLD SOUTH SEA CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND DROP EARRINGS, post and omega clip fitting, two white South Sea cultured pearls measuring approximately 10.5mm in diameter, suspended from a modern round brilliant cut diamond and pave diamond band, estimated total diamond weight 0.50ct, convention hallmarked 18ct gold, London, approximate gross weight 9.1 grams (2) £250 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 32 Lot 32 A PAIR OF MODERN SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND HOOP STYLE EARRINGS, post and omega clip fitting, comprised square cut blue sapphires and modern round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated gross weight 11.0 grams £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 33 Lot 33 A PAIR OF LATE 20TH CENTURY 18CT GOLD AND RUBY FAN DESIGN CLIP EARRINGS, measuring approximately 33.9mm x 14.1mm, hallmarked 18ct gold, London, approximate gross weight 10.9 grams (2) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 34 Lot 34 A LATE 20TH CENTURY 18CT GOLD, RUBY AND DIAMOND FAN DESIGN BROOCH, estimated modern round brilliant cut weight 0.18ct, measuring approximately 42mm x 31.7mm, hallmarked 18ct gold, London, approximate gross weight 13.8 grams £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 35 Lot 35 A PAIR OF LATE 20TH CENTURY EMERALD AND DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS, post and scroll fittings, emeralds measuring approximately 5.6mm x 4.7mm, estimated total diamond weight 1.60ct, hallmarked 18ct gold, London, sponsor mark C & F, approximate gross weight 3.3 grams (2) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 36 Lot 36 A MID 20TH CENTURY TWO STONE DIAMOND RING, each diamond grain set within a box setting, cross over design, estimated total round brilliant cut weight 0.80ct, colour assessed as H-I, clarity assessed as SI1-SI2, ring size K 1/2, approximate gross weight 2.1 grams £350 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 37 Lot 37 AN 18CT WHITE GOLD, OPAL AND DIAMOND RING, designed as a central oval opal cabochon flanked to either side by a brilliant cut diamond, all in collet settings, estimated total diamond weight 0.60ct, with 18ct hallmark for Birmingham 1996, ring size P, approximate gross weight 4 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 38 Lot 38 A MID 20TH CENTURY SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, the central oval sapphire within a surround of eight old cut diamonds, estimated total diamond weight 0.90ct, ring size P, approximate gross weight 4.2 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 39 Lot 39 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, centring on a cushion mixed cut aquamarine, measuring 10mm in diameter, estimated weight 4.5ct, two modern round brilliant cut diamonds each measuring 4.1mm in diameter each, estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct, ring size N 1/2, hallmarked 18ct gold, Birmingham, approximate gross weight 4.4 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

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Lot 40 Lot 40 A MODERN 18CT GOLD THREE STONE DIAMOND RING, estimated total modern round brilliant cut weight 1.50ct, colour assessed as I-J, clarity assessed as SI2-I2, ring size P, hallmarked 18ct gold, London, approximate gross weight 5.7 grams £500 - £700 plus BP*

Lot 41 Lot 41 A MODERN 18CT WHITE GOLD MABE PEARL AND DIAMOND PENDANT, a round Mabe pearl enclosed within a border of round brilliant diamonds, cluster suspended from a detachable hinged diamond pave set bail, Mabe pearl measuring approximately 13.1mm in diameter, estimated total diamond weight 0.60ct, hallmarked 18ct gold, London, approximate gross weight 5.7 grams £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 42 AN IMPRESSIVE LARGE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CENTRE PIECE NECKLET, centring on a principal oval mixed blue sapphire, double claw set, enclosed within a double diamond border, suspended from a modern round brilliant and trap cut diamond section to a white gold filled curb chain, fitted to bolt ring fastener, this pendant is accompanied by a gemstone report from the Swiss Gemmological Institute (SSEF), the report states the sapphire to be natural and ‘no indications of heating’, colour ‘blue of medium strong saturation’, Gemstone details: one oval mixed cut blue sapphire, length 16.38mm, width 13.24mm, depth 9.28mm, stated weight 18.04ct (certificated), Certificate number: SSEF77636, four round brilliant cut diamonds, colour G-H, clarity VS1/VS2 (assessed), length 4.20mm, width 2.00mm, depth 2.00mm, weight 0.12ct (estimated) each stone, total weight 0.48ct, twenty one brilliant cut diamonds, colour G-H, clarity VS1/VS2 (assessed), length 3.30mm, width 3.20mm, depth 1.90mm, weight 0.12ct (estimated) each stone, total weight 2.52ct, sixteen round brilliant cut diamonds, colour G-H, clarity VS1/VS2 (assessed), length 2.70mm, width 2.70mm, depth 1.60mm, weight 0.07ct (assessed) each stone, total weight 1.12ct, hallmarked, 18ct gold, London (no date), approximate gross weight 15.8 grams (condition: overall very good, some minimal surface wear in keeping with general wear) £30000 - £40000 plus BP*


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Lot 42

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Lot 43 Lot 43 A MODERN SINGLE STONE DIAMOND RING, estimated modern round brilliant cut weight 0.73ct, colour assessed as J-K, clarity assessed as VS2-SI2, ring size M 1/2, Italian control marks for 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 5.6 grams £600 - £800 plus BP*

Lot 45 Lot 46 AN 18CT GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, designed as three rectangular cut sapphires, the central vertical sapphire flanked by horizontal sapphires surrounded by twelve claw set brilliant cut diamonds, estimated total diamond weight 1.20cts, with 18ct hallmark for London 1987, ring size O 1/2, approximate gross weight 5.1 grams £300 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 44 Lot 44 A VICTORIAN GOLD NAVETTE SHAPED DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, estimated old European cut diamond weight 1.35ct, colour assessed as G-H, clarity assessed as VS2-SI1, ring size approximately K, stamped ‘18’, approximate gross weight 3.7 grams £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 45 A MODERN 18CT GOLD, RUBY AND DIAMOND HALF HOOP BANGLE, an oval hinged bangle fitted to tongue and box style clasp, estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct, bangle measuring approximately 66mm x 58mm, Swiss convention marks for 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 16.0 grams £300 - £500 plus BP*

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Lot 47 Lot 47 A LATE VICTORIAN ENAMEL, PEARL AND DIAMOND MEMORIAL HEART PENDANT, designed as a central seed pearl within a heart shape old cut diamond surround, further green guilloche enamel panel with white enamel border and seed pearl detail to the outer edge, with woven hair panel to the reverse, length 30mm, approximate gross weight 6.4 grams (please note one outer seed pearl is missing) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 48 Lot 48 AN ARTS & CRAFTS SILVER, GOLD, BERYL AND SEED PEARL PENDANT NECKLACE ‘ATTRIBUTED TO DORRIE NOSSITER’, the drop designed as a central oval yellowish/green beryl within double claw settings, the surround designed as yellow gold flowers with seed pearl centres interspaced by silver triple leaf detail, suspended from a floral and foliate oval panel to a smaller oval yellowish/green beryl within a similar surround to the decorative silver chain with openwork marquise shape panels interspaced by yellow gold flowers to the fine belcher link chain and twisted T-bar clasp, unsigned, length 440mm, with fitted antique case £300 - £400 plus BP*


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Lot 50 Lot 50 A STUNNING MODERN LARGE DIAMOND RING, centring on a transitional round brilliant cut diamond, enclosed within a pave diamond cushion halo border, pave diamond under bezel and shoulders, this ring is accompanied by a diamond jewellery report from AnchorCert Gem Lab, the report states: a natural diamond, early round brilliant, measurements 10.64mm x 10.70mm, weight 4.46ct, colour K, clarity SI1, smaller modern round brilliant cut diamonds measuring 1.3mm in diameter, weight 1.25ct, ring size J 1/2, approximate gross weight 8.1 grams £20000 - £30000 plus BP*

Lot 49 Lot 49 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GOLD, DIAMOND AND SEED PEARL PORTRAIT MINIATURE PENDANT/ BROOCH, of circular outline with a hand painted portrait of a young lady with large hat, within a scrolling acanthus leaf surround claw set with old cut diamonds interspaced by seed pearls, with brooch fitting and added circular suspension loop suspending a fine belcher link chain, estimated total diamond weight 0.25ct, diameter 35mm, length of chain 660mm, clasp stamped ‘9c’, approximate gross weight 11.7 grams £400 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 51 Lot 51 AN 18CT WHITE GOLD, CITRINE AND DIAMOND PENDANT AND MATCHING EARRINGS, the pendant designed as a central oval citrine within a brilliant cut diamond surround, suspended from a drop of three collet set brilliant cut diamonds to the belcher link chain, also collet set to the front with brilliant cut diamond spacers, estimated total diamond weight 0.80ct, length 45mm, together with a pair of matching earrings, with pierced fittings and hinged backs, estimated total diamond weight 0.80ct, lengths 20mm, all with 18ct hallmarks, approximate gross weight 41.5 grams (3) £1000 - £1200 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 54 A JADE BROOCH, of horizontal organic design, set with two kite shape jade panels as abstract flower buds, stamped 14k, possibly stamped W.S., length 68mm, approximate gross weight 10.1 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 52 Lot 52 A LATE VICTORIAN GOLD, DIAMOND AND RUBY MEMORIAL BROOCH, of oval outline, the central old cut diamond flanked by rectangular cut rubies, rope twist and beaded detail surround, with vacant oval panel to the reverse, estimated diamond weight 0.50ct, length 45mm, approximate weight 19.7 grams (please note diamond with two surface reaching fractures, later added clasp) £400 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 53 Lot 53 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND SEED PEARL BRACELET, designed as a twisted curb link bracelet set with alternating circular sapphire and seed pearls, circular spring release clasp, length 200mm, approximate gross weight 12.8 grams £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 55 Lot 55 A PAIR OF JADE DROP EARRINGS, designed as two interlocking jade hoops carved from one piece of jade, suspended from a short chain to a circular claw set jade cabochon, with screw earring fittings for non pierced ears, stamped HK, lengths 26mm, approximate gross weight 2.8 grams (2) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 56 Lot 56 A VICTORIAN GOLD, DIAMOND FLORAL AND FOLIATE BROOCH, mounted en tremblant, the centre flower mounted on a spring mechanism, measuring approximately 65mm x 32mm, set with old mine and European diamonds which measure from 2.0mm - 4.5mm in diameter, estimated approximate total diamond weight 3.5ct, average clarity assessed as SI1-SI2, colour assessed as I-J, assessed as gold with silver settings, approximate gross weight 13.3 grams (condition: overall condition good, some surface wear and discolouration in keeping with general age and wear, the spring mechanism is in good order and functioning, there is some noticeable tarnishing again typical with age) £1500 - £2000 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 58 A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SMALL GOLD POCKET WATCH, measuring approximately 30mm in diameter, white enamel dial, Roman numerals, inner dust cover engraved ‘Echappement a cylindre huit trous en rubis’, mechanical hand wound movement, the back case is decorated in deep violet blue guilloche enamel with rose cut diamond floral detail and floral engraved border, approximate gross weight 20.7 grams (condition: please note there is a small chip to the enamel and the minute hand is bent out of shape) £350 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 57 Lot 57 A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY LADIES LONGINES WATCH, a round case measuring approximately 20mm in diameter, hand wound movement, silver dial, baton style hour markers, fitted to an integral mesh style bracelet measuring approximately 185mm in length, tested as 18ct gold, approximate gross weight 47.2 grams (condition: please note there is some strain to the bracelet either side of the case) £1000 - £1500 plus BP* Lot 59 Lot 59 AN OMEGA SPEEDMASTER PROFESSIONAL MOON WATCH, black chronograph dial with white hands and baton markers, black tachymeter bezel, hand wound movement, model No.3570.50, 42mm stainless steel case, stainless steel bracelet, with its original box, warranty cards and swing tag (condition: general wear, scratches to glass, case and bracelet, currently working) £1800 - £2200 plus BP*

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Lot 60 Lot 60 A GEORGE III SILVER FULL HUNTER POCKET WATCH BY BARWISE & SONS, LONDON, fusee movement, duplex escapement, dial, inner case and movement all numbered 7231, case maker initials JD, London 1818, diameter of dial 4.7cm, overall diameter 5.5cm (condition: seconds hand is loose, outer case has surface scratches and a few minor dints) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 61 Lot 61 A GEORGE III SILVER PAIR CASED POCKET WATCH BY WEBB OF TAMWORTH, fusee movement, verge escapement, numbered 312, case maker WH for William Howard, cases Birmingham 1808, diameter of dial 4.3cm, overall diameter 5.2cm (William Webb of Tamworth may be the same man who became better known as an animal artist (1780-1846) (condition: missing button on rear pair case, surface scratches and glass scratched, enamel dial has hairlines around 6 o’clock to half past 7, one hand is rusted, dial does have other discoloured patches, balance staff broken) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 62 Lot 62 A SILVER OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, the enamel dial named Geo. Graham London No.5170, movement with square baluster pillars, the fusee cylinder escapement named Geo. Graham London 5870, silvered regulation, diamond endstone, dust cover also named and with scratched number to the inside, in a Victorian silver case, case maker William Francis, London 1841, dial 4cm, overall diameter 4.5cm (condition: case has worn engine turning, enamel dial has chips and cracks at 12, 4, 5 and 6 o’clock) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 63 Lot 63 A 14K GOLD PLATED WALTHAM TOP WIND FULL HUNTER POCKET WATCH, engraved monogram to cover, enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial, Dennison Watch Co case, dial 4cm, overall diameter 5cm (condition: working order at time of report, some wear to the plating on the winder) £60 - £90 plus BP*

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Lot 65 Lot 65 A LADIES OMEGA CUSHION SHAPED MECHANICAL WRISTWATCH, champagne dial with gold coloured batons, hand wound movement, approximate 20mm case width fitted with a tapered fine mesh bracelet and a faint textured Omega fold over buckle, case back and buckle stamped ‘750, 711.8446 F’, approximate gross weight 41 grams £700 - £800 plus BP*

Lot 64 Lot 64 A LADIES 18CT GOLD ROLEX OYSTER PERPETUAL PEARLMASTER WRISTWATCH, 28mm mother of pearl diamond dot dial, diamond bezel, model number 80318, serial number A658334, circa 1999, calibre number 2235, convention hallmarked 18ct gold, signed Rolex, together with original box, papers, red silk handkerchief and red leather wallet, (condition: this watch is in overall good condition, minor surface scratches to the case and bracelet in keeping with general wear and age) £7000 - £9000 plus BP*

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Lot 66 Lot 66 AN OMEGA SEAMASTER 600 WRISTWATCH, silvered dial with silver coloured batons and quarterly Arabic numerals, date window at 3 o’clock, approximate 34mm case, hand wound movement, fitted with a brown strap, the case back adorned with the Omega Hippocampus emblem £150 - £200 plus BP*


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Lot 67 Lot 67 AN 18CT GOLD CENTRE SECONDS OPEN FACED POCKET WATCH, white Roman numeral dial, approximate 54mm 18ct case hallmarked Chester 1891, 18ct dustcover, movement cover inscribed ‘John Hawley & Son, 52 Hatton Garden London and at Coventry’, approximate gross weight 129 grams £600 - £800 plus BP*

Lot 68 Lot 68 A 1970’S OMEGA CONSTELLATION ELECTRONIC 300HZ WRISTWATCH, champagne dial with baton markers, date window at 3 o’clock, fluted bezel, approximate 34mm case, rigid mesh bracelet, banded detail to the Omega clasp which is stamped ‘750’, approximate gross weight 107.9 grams £1600 - £2200 plus BP*

Lot 69 Lot 69 AN OMEGA DE VILLE WRISTWATCH, champagne dial with quarter baton markers and adorned with the Omega logo at 12 o’clock, rectangular case with canted corners, faceted sapphire crystal glass £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 70 Lot 70 A DIAMOND SET RAYMOND WEIL PARSIFAL QUARTZ WRISTWATCH, mother of pearl dial set with eight diamonds and quarter Roman numerals, date window at 6 o’clock, diamond set bezel, approximate 26mm case, diamond set first link between the lugs, satin finish case and bracelet, deployment buckle clasp, estimated total diamond weight 0.45ct £120 - £160 plus BP*

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Lot 71 Lot 71 A 1960’S ROLEX OYSTER ROYAL PRECISION WRISTWATCH, deteriorating cream dial with arrow and baton markers, baton hands, approximate 34mm stainless steel case, fitted with an oyster bracelet, case back inscribed ‘J.T.W. 1951-1963’, possible calibre 1220, model 6426 £1000 - £1200 plus BP*

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Lot 72 Lot 72 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH, rectangular shaped case, measuring 22mm x 10.1mm, estimated single cut diamond weight 0.90ct, engraved case, diamond panel sections tapering to a sprung link bracelet, measuring approximately 170mm in length, mechanical hand wound 15 jewel, signed ‘Kenwell Swiss Made’, stamped ‘Plat’, approximate gross weight 18.2 grams (condition: the hands are very corroded and barely remain, also is quite worn and difficult to read) £250 - £350 plus BP*


COINS


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 73 ROYAL MINT CELEBRATION OF BRITAIN SILVER PROOF PART SETS, to include a tenth ounce 2010 boxed silver proof Britannia, four Countdown to London cupro-nickel five pound coins, six UK silver proof five pound coins, all the official certificates, this is four part Olympic collections of twenty four silver proof five pounds and sixteen cupro-nickel five pound coins, four Britannia 1/10 coins £300 - £350 plus BP*

Lot 77 A BOXED ROYAL MINT 2016 BEATRIX POTTER JEMIMA PUDDLE-DUCK SILVER PROOF FIFTY PENCE COIN, with certificate of authenticity £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 74 A SHOEBOX OF MIXED COINAGE, to include silver proof coins and medals United Nations Peace 1974, Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Turk & Caicos, Vanuatu, Britannia 2011, USA Dollar tubes featuring presidents, uncirculated six tubes with twelve coins in each, Washington, Taylor, Jackson, Dolk, etc £120 - £140 plus BP* Lot 78 Lot 78 A COLLECTION OF SIX ROYAL MINT BEATRIX POTTER SERIES OF SILVER PROOF COINS, comprising Tom Kitten 2017, Tailor of Gloucester 2018, Flopsy Bunny 2018, Benjamin Bunny 2017, Jeremy Fisher 2017, Peter Rabbit 2017, all with Royal Mint certificates (6) £280 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 75 Lot 75 A BOX OF COINS AND COMMEMORATIVES, to include gold layered Queen Elizabeth coin collections by BNT, six Royal Mint year sets, some proof 1970’s80’s with certificates of authenticity, a cased set of 1960’s-70’s decimal / pre decimal gold layered coins, a case of Royal Shield of Arms Coin Collection featuring banknotes and coins set in larger mediums eg one penny to 1d twenty nine coins in case, four Diana Jumbo 376g commemoratives, a case containing thirteen Imperial crown coin collection, gold Heritage collection of USA copy coins and others, many with certificates (one box) £120 - £150 plus BP* Lot 76 A BOXED ROYAL MINT 2016 BEATRIX POTTER BOXED 150TH ANNIVERSARY SILVER PROOF FIFTY PENCE COIN, with certificate of authenticity £80 - £100 plus BP*

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Lot 79 A BOX CONTAINING ROYAL MINT AND BEATRIX POTTER RELATED ITEMS, to include six Royal Mint packs of fifty pence series, a single Jemima PuddleDuck fifty pence, a Miss Potter fifty pence album, stamps including R.M. prestige stamp book, all Beatrix Potter coloured fifty pence coins, pendant of Peter Rabbit and a 9ct gold Rabbit approximately 1.7 grams £120 - £150 plus BP* Lot 80 A SMALL PACKAGE OF COINS, to include a Royal Mint sealed Millennium gold half sovereign and a 1996 Walking Liberty silver coin, others, etc, including letters from 1916 France (parcel) £120 - £130 plus BP* Lot 81 A SOUTH AFRICAN MINT SILVER PROOF MEDALLION COLLECTION, of twelve 40 gram sterling silver medallions, all hallmarked, featuring Boer Military Personel EG. Georges Villebois - Mareuil, all in a fitted case with presentation hardback book and certificates of authenticity £120 - £150 plus BP*


SILVER


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 82 SOUTH AFRICA INTEREST, A VICTORIAN SILVER TROPHY CUP, the bowl engraved with foliate decoration and presentation inscription ‘PRESENTED BY W.E. ROBARTS Esqr. MAYOR OF DURBAN TO THE NATAL YACHT CLUB 1886’, the reverse ‘WON BY MR. G.E. Spradbrow’s ‘Florence’ December 11th 1886’, on a stem with beaded knop, the circular foot engraved and beaded, makers Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1883, height 21cm, approximate weight 7.3ozt, 228 grams (footnote: the facsimile newspaper clipping relates to Herbert James Spradbrow, George Edgar Spradbrow’s son, it notes Herbert (born 1885) was a boat builder and had himself won yachting prizes including ‘Florence II’ (a newly-built American Scow..) (condition: rocks on a level surface, base has been dented, the bowl has a dent and several dints) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 83 A PAIR OF GEORGE V SILVER OVAL SAUCE BOATS, wavy rims, ‘S’ scroll handles, on cabriole legs with hoof feet, makers Adie Brothers Ltd, Birmingham 1935, together with a George V silver octagonal waiter, embossed geometric design to outer edge, on four cast legs, maker’s mark partially rubbed, London 1929, a late Victorian silver oval bon bon dish, pierced decoration, makers Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1894 and an Edwardian silver cream jug of oval form, gadrooned rim, stop reeded body, angular handle and four bun feet, makers Robert Pringle & Sons, Birmingham 1902, approximate gross weight 22.8ozt, 709 grams (5) (condition: one sauce boat has a dent to the body and a small dint to the rim near the handle and one slight upturned hoof although it is still stable on a flat surface, waiter has surface scratches back and front, sits level on a flat surface, the oval bon bon dish has a crease in the base, cream jug has a dent in the base, patch of solder at base of the handle and some wear to gilt interior) £180 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 84 Lot 84 A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE AND THREAD PATTERN TABLESPOONS AND FORKS, all pieces engraved with gauntlet holding a dagger, makers Samuel Haye & Dudley Carter, London 1841, approximate weight 40.1ozt, 1248 grams (12) (condition: fork tines show some usage, spoon bowls are little used) £300 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 85 A PARCEL OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL, to include two pairs of Victorian Fiddle pattern tablespoons, London 1853 and 1894, ten various circular and oval napkin rings, some s.d., various other items of flatware, etc, weighable silver approximate gross weight 21.9ozt, 681 grams (parcel) (condition: mixed conditions, mostly useable, spoon bowls generally have wear, a few of the napkin rings have dents) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 86 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE MAGNUM COASTERS, cast fruiting vine rims, centres similarly engraved and with crest, overall diameters 20.5cm, together with an early 19th Century Old Sheffield Plate twin handled serving dish with removable liner, engraved with Dixie leopard sejeant crest, diameter 19cm (3) (condition: bowl shows signs of use) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 87 AN EARLY VICTORIAN OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE TEA SERVICE, of flattened circular form, gilt interiors, engraved initial ‘W’, foliate scroll feet, bears Orb & Cross marks for Blagden, Hodgson & Co (3) (condition: teapot has a used interior, a few dents/dints to exterior, gilding bright, sugar bowl has very slight dent to interior from foot) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 88 A PARCEL OF LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE, comprising a pair of shell shaped butter dishes on three ball feet, a pair of twin handled oval salts with reeded sides and a swing handled oval sugar basket with red glass liner (condition: some copper showing through to all pieces but generally in good condition) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 89 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE CENTREPIECE, with central circular cut glass bowl in a gadrooned frame with four smaller dishes orbiting on scrolled reeded arms, the shaped square support linking cabriole legs with lion paw feet, height 31.5cm (condition: the glass dishes have some chips and vary in patterns, the smaller four in pairs, it is unlikely that any are the originals, some areas of copper are showing through, one foot is slightly raised on a flat surface) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 90 Lot 90 A LATE VICTORIAN COROMANDEL DRESSING CASE, of rectangular form, gilt metal edges and escutcheon, the hinged lid enclosing a fitted interior with mirror and stationery compartment behind, a tray of initialled silver topped glass jars and bottles maker Thomas Jones Watson, London 1898/97 and a further tray of silver, plated, steel and mother of pearl dressing table requisites including S. Mordan & Co accessories and double ended silver medicine spoon, maker Charles Boyton (II), London 1887, the base fitted with a button activated jewellery drawer (button mechanism needs attention), width 33cm x depth 24.5cm x height 21.5cm (condition: worn gilt mounts, button mechanism being temperamental for jewellery drawer, contents appears complete and original, some minor dints/dents) £250 - £350 plus BP* Lot 91 A PARCEL OF SILVER AND PLATE, to include a George V silver cigarette case of rectangular form, engine turned, initialled, maker Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1926, four various silver napkin rings, two boxed, a Victorian mother of pearl folding fruit knife with silver blade, Birmingham 1894, two, taxidermy antique Euraisan otter paws, both mounted with silver, one inscribed ‘HEATHER S & Y.O.H R. RYE. BUTTERWICK MAY 11TH 1936 16lb Bitch’, maker CT Burrows & Sons, Birmingham 1936/37, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 7.3ozt, 227 grams, together with a quantity of plated flatware, etc (parcel) (condition: mixed conditions but useable) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 92 A GEORGE V SILVER HALF PINT TANKARD, ‘S’ scroll handle, stepped circular foot, makers William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1933, approximate weight 7.3ozt, 228 grams, height to rim 9.5cm (condition: overall good condition) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 93 A GEORGE V SILVER WAITER, with pie crust rim, stamped ‘4122’ and ‘8 INCH’ verso, makers Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1915, diameter 20cm, approximate weight 9.2ozt, 287 grams (condition: some light surface scratches but in good condition overall) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 94 A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CASED SET OF MOTHER OF PEARL HANDLED CUTLERY, comprising twenty four table knives, twenty four dessert/side knives and four graduated sizes of carving knives and forks, fitted over five tiers with four lift out trays, the steel blades stamped Richards & Edwards, the mother of pearl engraved with two crests, the case lock marked ‘W. RUSSELS SECURITY, BRAMAHS PATENT (WITH CROWN) S. MORDAN & CO MAKERS’ (condition: some blades have been preserved with an oily coating, eleven of the side knives have damage to the handles, many with glued repairs, all four carving knives have damage and repairs to handles, nine dinner knives have some factures in the mother of pearl or chipped, lid is warped and not closing properly) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 95 A GROUP OF SILVER, comprising a George V circular sugar bowl, Celtic style border, hand hammered finish, on three short legs with flattened pad feet, maker Philip Hanson Abbot, Birmingham 1919, diameter 8cm, two baluster shaped christening mugs, both with stepped circular foot rims and ‘S’ scroll handles, makers Walker & Hall and Henry Williamson Ltd, Sheffield 1952 and Birmingham 1925 respectively and three napkin rings, approximate gross weight 12.7ozt, 397 grams (6) (condition: mixed, all needs cleaning, creases and repair to 1925 mug, sugar bowl dented) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 99 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE THREE BRANCH CANDELABRA, each with detachable foliate flame finials, foliate scroll sconces and bands, centres removable to form single candlesticks, circular wavy bases, baize to bases, height 49.5cm (2) (condition: one is leaning off centre, both have tarnishing around join of base to stem, some copper showing through) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 96 Lot 96 A VICTORIAN SILVER INKSTAND, of shaped rectangular form, fitted with a central deep rectangular open container engraved with crests, flanked by a pair of covered wells or taper holders, egg and dart lower rims, pen trays to either side of the base, on winged shell and lion paw feet, makers Daniel & Charles Houle, London 1880, approximate weight 29.6ozt, 922 grams, approximately 27cm x 20cm (condition: one nut is missing to the underside of the base, stands level on a flat surface, centre compartment missing a cover or jar) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 97 AN ELIZABETH II SILVER RECTANGULAR CIGARETTE BOX, the hinged lid with engine turned border and presentation inscription, on four angular feet, makers Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham 1968, width 12.5cm, together with an Asprey & Co Ltd circular silver ashtray, Birmingham 1908, approximate weight 2.9ozt, 92 grams, a George V silver cigarette case, engine turned, gilt interior, makers H V Pithey & Co, Birmingham 1914, approximate weight 3ozt, 96 grams and a Chinese white metal cheroot holder, embossed bamboo decoration, on a chain and belt clip, bears character marks to base of holder, length of holder 13.5cm (4) (condition: ashtray has a few tiny dints, clasp on cigarette case is not closing tightly, Chinese holder has a few dints and a spot of sharp solder on the top edge of cover) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 98 A PARCEL OF SILVER, to include an Edwardian rectangular trinket box, foliate repousse decoration, engraved initials, maker Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1903, width 13.5cm, two silver topped glass toilet jars, an Edwardian bon bon dish, Birmingham 1907, dwarf candlesticks on loaded bases, EPNS mother of pearl handled dessert knives and forks with silver bands, etc (parcel) (condition: mixed, dwarf candelabrum damaged, holes in silver backed items, some chips to mother of pearl) £60 - £100 plus BP*

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Lot 100 A PAIR OF LATE GEORGIAN OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE CHAMBERSTICKS, with gadrooned rims, oval thumbpiece, conical snuffers, height 9cm, together with a pair of early 19th Century Old Sheffield Plate candlesticks, bearing motto and initials to the circular foot, fitted with 20th Century three branch candelabra lights, height 36cm and a pair of Old Sheffield Plate Adam style two branch oval candelabra fittings only, engraved with crests (6) (condition: areas of copper showing through, stems and bases loose) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 101 Lot 101 A CASED LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PRESENTATION MEMORIAL STONE TROWEL, the engraved blade inscribed ‘Presented to ALDERMAN I. OLDBURY J.P:C.C ON HIS LAYING A MEMORIAL STONE AT THE NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL IN CONNECTION WITH THE United Methodist Free Church, WEDNESBURY, Presented by the Builders GEO. SUMMERHILL LTD 2ND JULY 1901’, on a carved ivory handle, maker H.B., Birmingham 1899, approximate gross weight 7.4ozt, 232 grams, length 32.5cm, together with a set of six late 19th Century German silver plated Fiddle & Thread pattern tablespoons, stamped Geislingen 90 DRP 76975 (2) (condition: both parts of lot in good condition but presentation case of trowel has some losses along the hinges) £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 102 Lot 102 A WMF SILVER PLATED TWIN HANDLED BOWL, model No.352, the sinuous open scrolling handles formed of tendrils and berries, the oval pierced bowl with similar decoration, fitted with a cut glass liner and on four bracket feet, stamped and moulded marks, to base rim edge and one foot, oval length including handles 31cm x height 12cm (condition: good condition) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 103 THREE LATE VICTORIAN / EDWARDIAN RECTANGULAR SILVER CIGARETTE CASES, all three engraved with initials, inscriptions etc, including ‘Lieut Ashby S.O No.9 AREA, Cape Colony, April 1902 C.H.C., maker William Thorneywork, Birmingham 1901, together with a pair of boxed semi-circular silver napkin rings, makers Henry Griffiths & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1933, approximate gross weight 8.6ozt, 268 grams, together with a circular silver plated powder compact (6) (condition: cigarette cases with various dints, some wear to marks) £60 - £100 plus BP* Lot 104 A CASED GEORGE V SILVER AND TORTOISESHELL PIQUE WORK DRESSING TABLE SET, comprising hand mirror, four brushes and a comb, makers Davis, Moss & Co, Birmingham 1926/27 (condition: the lining over the metal clips holding the comb in place have torn and the metal is rusted which has caused corrosion to the nearest brush) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 105 AN EDWARDIAN GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS COMPANY LIMITED TWIN HANDLED PEDESTAL DISH, engraved with a Unicorn crest, knopped pedestal to circular foot, London 1904, together with a silver sauce boat, makers Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1939 and a late Victorian silver repousse and pierced nut dish, maker William Devenport, Birmingham 1897, diameter 16cm, approximate gross weight 12.2ozt, 381 grams (3) (condition: all three pieces in fairly good condition, some partial rubbing to marks) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 106 Lot 106 A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT AND CERAMIC CYLINDRICAL DOUBLE ENDED SCENT BOTTLE, the ivory ground painted with flowers, screw cap end lacks inner glass stopper, makers CC May & Sons, Birmingham 1887, length 9.8cm, together with a George V silver and lilac enamel topped glass scent bottle, maker’s mark indistinct, London 1934, height 7.5cm and a late 19th Century gilt metal and horn letter opener of lizard form, length 25cm (3) (condition: scent bottle has small amount of enamel loss, gilding has tarnished, glass scent bottle has a small chip, the lizard has some wear to patina and split in leg) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 107 A PARCEL OF CASED SILVER COFFEE SPOONS AND OTHER FLATWARE AND CUTLERY, including two cased sets of bean end coffee spoons, makers Hukin & Heath, Birmingham 1927 and Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1920, a matching butter knife and jam spoon, maker William Walter Cashmore, Birmingham 1928, silver handled tea knives, etc, including some EPNS, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 8.3ozt, 259 grams (parcel) (condition: tea knives are unboxed, most pieces in good condition) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 108 A PARCEL OF DRESSING TABLE SILVER, including a George V part set tortoiseshell mounted, Birmingham 1923 and other tortoiseshell topped glass jars, etc, a George V silver powder box of circular form, engine turned cover, Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1934 and a late Victorian silver bud vase, bears presentation inscription ‘BURNLEY GOLF CLUB PRESIDENTS CUP, 1898, A. Baron’, height 23cm, makers Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings Shepherd, London 1897, approximate gross weight 12.9ozt, 403 grams (parcel) (condition: mixed condition, some dents and chipped glass) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 109 A PARCEL OF GEORGIAN AND LATER FLATWARE, including a set of six Victorian Fiddle pattern teaspoons, initialled ‘D’, makers Samuel Hayne & Dudley Carter, London 1842, a pair of George V silver serving tongs, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1913 and an Edwardian Old English pattern sauce ladle, makers Atkinson Brothers Ltd, Sheffield 1903, approximate gross weight 15.7ozt, 489 grams (condition: Georgian teaspoons have thinning with dints and creases to bowls, other pieces in good useable condition with some wear to the marks) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 110 A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT AND GILT BRASS BOUND DRESSING BOX, of rectangular form, with tooled green leather and green velvet lining, glass fittings with silver plated mounts, lift out tray and secret jewellery drawer to side released by pull up button, width 30cm x depth 22.5cm x height 17.5cm (condition: gilding on brass worn, lacks mirror to the lid interior, split to middle front of box) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 113 Lot 113 A PART SET OF IRISH GEORGE III SILVER BRIGHT CUT FLATWARE, Celtic point, engraved crest, comprising a pair of tablespoons and a set of four large teaspoons/small dessert spoons, maker John Dalrymple, the tablespoons also marked for J.E. Ash, Dublin 1811/1814, approximate gross weight 7.0ozt, 218 grams (6) (condition: some rubbing to the marks, one smaller spoon has a creased bowl with a soldered repair, all in useable condition) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 111 A PARCEL OF SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, comprising a pair of George III tablespoons, engraved crest, makers William Eley & William Fearn, London 1807, a set of four Edwardian dessert forks and matching table fork, engraved crest, makers Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1908 and a set of four George IV table forks, engraved crest and motto, maker WE, London 1826, approximate gross weight 23.6ozt, 736 grams (11) (condition: all pieces in useable condition with signs of use to tips of prongs and tips of bowls) £180 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 114 A PARCEL OF SILVER FLATWARE AND CUTLERY, including a George III caddy spoon with leaf shaped bowl, engraved decoration, maker William Pugh, Birmingham 1814, a George III Old English pattern condiment spoon, makers Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult, London 1803, various other teaspoons, condiment spoons, etc, approximate gross weight 5.2ozt, 164 grams (parcel) (condition: shell condiment spoon is EPNS, mixed condition overall) £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 112 A SMALL PARCEL OF IRISH SILVER FLATWARE AND CUTLERY, all engraved with crests comprising an Old English pattern sauce ladle, maker Joseph Cullen, double struck with Hibernia mark only, a Victorian Fiddle pattern butter knife, maker William Cummins, Dublin 1838, a George III Fiddle pattern small dessert spoon, maker Joseph Kinselagh, Dublin 1805, a George IV Fiddle pattern dessert spoon, maker Samuel Neville, Dublin 1824, a George IV Fiddle pattern small serving spoon, maker Thomas Farnett, Dublin 1828 and a George IV Fiddle pattern condiment spoon, maker’s mark rubbed, Dublin 1824, approximate gross weight 6.7ozt, 209 grams (6) (condition: all pieces in useable condition, with evidence of light wear, some small dints) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 115 A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER TEAPOT, of fluted oval form, replacement finial, ebony handle, the base bears initials, marked with Dublin and Hibernia only, with extensive soldered repairs, approximate weight 17.8ozt, 555 grams (condition: repair to hinge, replacement finial, soldered repairs to spout and handle, well used interior) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 116 A GEORGE III SILVER TEAPOT AND STAND, of wavy oval form, bright cut engraved decoration, maker Charles Aldridge, London 1793, approximate gross weight 19.3ozt, 601 grams (2) (condition: teapot has patches of small dents, all three cartouches are blank, may have been erased but silver has not thinned, likely replacement wooden (ebony) finial) £250 - £350 plus BP*


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Lot 116 Lot 117 A MATCHED SET OF GEORGE III TO VICTORIAN FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE, all engraved with initial ‘K’, various makers and dates including some part sets, comprising four dessert spoons, six dessert forks and five table forks, approximate gross weight 22.5ozt, 702 grams (15) (condition: forks well used and prongs worn, some marks partially rubbed) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 118 A PAIR OF GEORGE V SILVER BON BON DISHES, of circular form, with three open scrolled handles and scrolled legs with hoof feet, makers Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1911, approximate gross weight 7.4ozt, 232 grams, together with a George V silver Walker & Hall twin handled pedestal bon bon dish, pierced rim, panelled bowl, Birmingham 1924, approximate gross weight 2ozt, 63 grams (3) (condition: both of the three handled dishes has one slightly bent foot and both have indentations where some of the handles join the body, the other bowl doesn’t sit absolutely level on a flat surface) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 119 Lot 119 A GEORGE IV SILVER CHRISTENING MUG, of baluster form, repousse decorated with flowers, ‘S’ scroll handle, gilt interior, wavy circular foot, makers Richard Pearce & George Burrows, London 1830, together with a George III silver caddy spoon of shovel form, engraved decoration, handle initialled and dated 1820, maker Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1816 and another caddy spoon, makers William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1918, approximate gross weight 5.1ozt, 160 grams (3) (condition: large dent to front of mug and not sitting level on a flat surface) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 120 A PARCEL OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL, including a George V silver dish, foliate cast rim, pierced and engraved with flowers and leaves, bears presentation inscription to front and scratched in message to base, makers Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1936, approximate gross weight 8.5ozt, 266 grams, together with a George VI silver quaich, makers Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1937, approximate gross weight 2.1ozt, 66 grams, a pair of Victorian embossed and pierced bon bon dishes, on four ball feet, maker Colen Hewer Cheshire, Birmingham 1895, a George V silver commemorative ashtray inset with a 1935 crown, cased silver handled tea knives, a pair of Edwardian silver pepperettes, assayed one each at London / Birmingham, etc, approximate gross weight of all weighable silver approximately 16.5ozt, 514 grams (parcel) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 124 A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED TWIN HANDLED TROPHY CUP OF MILITARY INTEREST, the pull off cover with finial cast in the form of a kneeling rifleman, ‘S’ scroll handles, blind cartouche surrounded by foliate scrolls, the reverse side embossed with rifleman in a landscape, on a knopped stem with a stepped circular base, unmarked, height 35cm (condition: exterior tarnished but otherwise in overall good condition) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 121 A GEORGE VI SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, of oval form, brown bakelite handle and finial to the teapot, makers Roberts & Belk Ltd, Sheffield 1947, approximate gross weight 30.9ozt, 961 grams (3) (condition: tarnished in patches, teapot has one small dent on a side) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 122 A PARCEL OF SILVER, PLATE AND WHITE METAL, including a pair of George III cast silver sugar tongs, engraved monogram, shell bowls, maker Charles Hougham, s.d, a George III Old English pattern tablespoon, maker George Gray, London 1801, a set of three George IV Fiddle pattern dessert spoons, maker William M. Traies, London 1826, two pairs of napkin rings, small marble mounted cross stamped ‘L.M.C IONA’, height 3.5cm, Indian white metal pedestal dish, approximate gross weight of weighable silver 13.9ozt, 434 grams (parcel) (condition: mixed condition, majority of pieces in useable order, cast sugar tongs have some repairs and splits) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 123 A SUHAI CHINESE LIMITED EDITION SILVER GILT AND ENAMEL FIGURE OF A STAG, mounted on a hardstone base, bears plaque to the underside including title ‘Alert to danger’ and No.165 of 560, height 18cm, together with a similar Suhai ‘Shanghai Gull’, No.219 of 1200, with broken wing and with certificate, height 9.5cm and a boxed Suhai humming bird (detached from stand) (3) (condition: stag in good condition, eagle has broken wing, humming bird detached from stand at base) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 125 Lot 125 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CAPSTAN INKWELL, the hinged cover fitted with a top wind pocket watch, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, named for Mappin & Webb Ltd, London, lacks inkwell liner, on a plain base, makers Mappin & Webb, London 1908, diameter 13.7cm (condition: hinged cover not closing flush, small hole and dent to centre area of lid, a few dints around base, marks partially rubbed, base lacks leather cover, watch dial has some yellowing) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 126 AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CAPSTAN INKWELL FITTED WITH A PEN REST, the hinged cover over a clear glass liner, the stepped base fitted with a two prong pen rest, makers Mappin & Webb, London 1904, diameter 12.5cm, together with a mother of pearl and silver mounted dip pen, makers Robert Pringle & Sons, Birmingham 1904, overall length including base metal nib 19.5cm (2) (condition: overall condition is good) £40 - £60 plus BP*


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Lot 128 Lot 127 TWO GROUPS OF MEDALS BELIEVED TO BE FROM MEMBERS OF THE SAME FAMILY, the first group 1939-45, Burma, France & Germany Stars, Defence & War medal, un-named as issued (no ribbons), together with General Service medal GEO VI South East Asia 1945-46 bar, named to Leading Aircraftsman 1222093 A. Burton. R.A.F., together with a miniature of the Royal and Noble order of the Garter, circular 45mm diameter, brooched and enamelled, the second a swing mounted group of three including Naval General Service medal, GEO VI named C/SSX 833014 M.J. Burton Able Seaman, R.N. Queens Korea medal, same naming and U.N. Korea medal, un-named (8) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 128 A WWI M.C. GALLANTRY GROUP OF THREE MEDALS TO AN OFFICER WHO SERVED WITH THE 28TH LONDON REGIMENT AND 16TH BTN ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGIMENT (3RD BIRMINGHAM PALS), together with a copy of M.I.C. (Medal Index Card) and a copy of the Birmingham Pals book by Terry Carter (hardbound), the group comprises of Military Cross GEO V, un-named, height 46mm x width 41mm, the reverse of the cross is heavily polished, British War & Victory medal named to 2 Lieut W.H. Griffiths, the group is mounted on red cloth and card, with a brief description of the action regarding the award of the MC, Griffiths is named in the award honours section of the book, the group also comes with a box for the Military Cross £1200 - £1400 plus BP*

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Lot 129 AN 18TH CENTURY BELIEVED CONTINENTAL HUNTING SWORD, possibly French, with no blade markings, double fullered and sawback edge, blade length 67cm, the grip is original Ray skin and wired, very ornate pommel, hand grip and riccaso, which is white metal, possibly silver, two small proof style marks under grip base £1500 - £1600 plus BP* Lot 130 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY BELIEVED CURVED BLADE SWORD, blade length 65cm, over 3/4 of the blade length is fullered, brass cross grip and wooden handle bearing three through securing rivets, grip is two pieces with a metal brass inner middle £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 131 A GERMAN 3RD REICH ISSUE ‘SA’ DAGGER AND SCABBARD, the grip has the usual SA logo and Eagle swastika badge inlaid, the blade is marked to the maker ‘Anton Wingen Jnr’ Solingen and the blade is etched ‘Alles Fur Deutchland’ (Everything for Germany), the cross grip is also marked ‘NO’ indicating the dagger was issued in the District of Nordsee, scabbard is complete with leather and metal frog hanger £180 - £250 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 132 A LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY OFFICERS LIGHT SWORD, possibly Continental, blade length approximately 81cm, the hilt is marked ‘GILL’, a British sword maker, grip and hand guard is brass and decorative, scabbard is black leather with metal trim and is fatigued state approximately half way down £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 133 A FINE LIMITED EDITION DISPLAY SWORD, contained in a handmade display case commemorating the 50th Anniversary of ‘Operation Overlord / Neptune’, ‘D-Day 6th June 1944’, the sword was produced circa 1994 by Wilkinson Sword and is numbered ‘130’, the blade is double edged and approximate length 86cm, the gilt blade is filled with Battle Honours Unit badges etc, the large ornate gilt grip has the enamel crest of SHAEF (Supreme HQ Allied Expeditionary Forces) inlaid, the handmade case made for wall display has been extremely well constructed and sets off this piece £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 134 A SELECTION OF MILITARY ITEMS, comprising a WWI era Imperial German ‘Butcher’ bayonet and scabbard by the maker ‘E & F Horster’ Solingen Germany, light surface rust to scabbard, a WWI era Swedish M1896 style bayonet and scabbard, damage to end of scabbard and blade appears to have been machine sharpened, a Military style pacing stick, broken (not full length) decorative white metal grip, Asian ‘Kukri’ knife with two smaller knives in leather scabbard, blade marked India (4) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 135 A 20TH CENTURY BRITISH OFFICERS CAVALRY SWORD AND BROWN LEATHER SCABBARD, blade is marked Made in England and Proved, no maker marks evident, blade length approximately 83cm £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 136 AN 1897 PATTERN ER VII CREST INFANTRY OFFICERS SWORD WITH BROWN LEATHER SCABBARD, blade is proved marked and approximate length 84cm, grip is ornate and appears original Rayskin and bound £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 137 A 20TH CENTURY PATTERN INFANTRY SWORD, with both the blade and handguard marked with peculiar almost ‘rune’ like marks (G-V?), blade approximate length 83cm, grip has lions head top with handguard band exiting from mouth £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 138 Lot 138 A BRITISH WWII ERA DATED 1940 ROYAL ARTILLERY PLOTTERS BOARD, cased number 3 MKI, by Puddefoot Bowers Sommonett Ltd, these devices were used by Commanders to plot range and direction of Artillery barrages etc, almost all of the items are secured in position and still intact, it is believed some of the plotting pins are missing, good overall condition £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 139 Lot 139 AN INTERESTING GROUP OF MEDALS AND EPHEMERA TO A SOLDIER OF THE 1/4TH NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, who was taken Prisoner of War and died in German Captivity in 1918, the group comprises of the British War and Victory medals, named 51189 Pte C.W. Conolly Northumberland Fusiliers, together with his Memorial Death plaque named Charles Wilding Conolly and a further well made metal plaque on a wooden display hanger produced by the Urban District of Llandudno named to L/Cpl Charles Wilding Conolly, also included are two sepia photographs of Conolly, one in a metal frame and a Royal Life Saving Award medallion for a later member of the same family dated 1931 in the name of K. Conolly, written copy paperwork and copy of the MIC index card and CWGC paperwork, Conolly is buried in Glageon Military Cemetery, Nord, France (parcel) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 140 A WWII 1914 STAR TRIO OF MEDALS, named 7262 Pte Henry Shaw 1st West York Regiment, mounted on card, together with copy MIC index showing he entered the conflict in 8/9/1914 £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 141 A 1914-15 STAR TRIO OF MEDALS, named 16-366 Cpl H E. Price Sjt on pair, Northumberland Fusiliers, together with period cap badge and copy MIC showing entry into the conflict of 22/11/1915 £60 - £90 plus BP* Lot 142 A NUMBER OF GERMAN WWII 3RD REICH MILITARY BADGES AND PAPERWORK, comprising of soldiers ‘Soldbuch’ 2 x ‘Besitzzeugnis Award’ documents and a further award wound document, post WWII safe passage document believed to have been issued for German soldiers in Berlin, German Army Wound badge (black) Wehrmakt stick pin, NSDAP enamel badge marked M1/129 on reverse, three day badges (tinnies),1936 white enamel Olympics pin badge and a small glazed frame containing a German cloth chest Eagle and War Merit Cross medal (parcel) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 143 A WWII ERA 3RD REICH OFFICERS SWORD AND SCABBARD, the design is the ‘Lions Head’ style with red coloured eyes, handgrip and crossguard in brass with the Eagle/Swastika emblem, the blade is marked with the ‘Carl Eckhorn’ makers stamp Solingen, Germany, the blade is approximately 86cm in length, the grip has attached ‘Troddel’, the scabbard is in black metal with one ring hanger and attached brown leather frog which may be later £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 146 A WWII ERA 3RD REICH GERMAN MUNICIPAL POLICE BAYONET AND METAL AND LEATHER SCABBARD, the bayonet has the large Eagle head top, horn handle complete with the Eagle/Swastika badge fixed, the crossguard bears the details ‘SB 7993’, the blade maker is marked as Weyersberg, Kirschbaum and CIE, Solingen, the blade is approximately 33cm in length £125 - £175 plus BP*

Lot 147 Lot 147 SIX TINS OF MILITARY INTEREST, comprising of two 1914 Princess Mary Christmas tins, one has the original tobacco and Christmas card and photo, together with an inert rifle round made into a pencil, the other has the Christmas card dated 1915?, two Queen Victoria South Africa 1900 tins, both in reasonable condition for age, Army Club ‘Sandhurst Size’ tin, good condition for age and a small tin containing a small pair of eye goggles, possibly WWI era (6) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 144 A WWI ERA BRITISH ROYAL ARTILLERY OFFICERS SWORD, believed to be the 1821 pattern, with brown metal/leather scabbard, the standard handgrip appears to have Ray skin which is correctly bound, the blade has the star/proved mark and GVR cypher, together with RA markings and etching to 2/3rds of the blade which is approximately 83cm in length, the grip has a brown leather ‘Troddel’ and the scabbard is in good order £100 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 148 A COLLECTION OF WWI ERA TRENCH ART ITEMS, including shell cases with cut out designs around the rim, a shell with Royal Field Artillery Crest and design, three smaller shells with designs, a circular Bruce Bairnsfather tray in brass, shell made to look like a lamp, eight trench art letter opener style knives with crests etc, various other shells and inert ordenance, three brass cigarette box holders one with the crest of a German WWI belt buckle attached, a black coloured flat shell type mine of grenade, in three parts, small shell pencil and a box of battlefield finds, rounds, etc inert (parcel) £100 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 145 A BELIEVED US MILITARY OFFICERS SWORD, from the American Civil War period, 1860 pattern, there are no apparent makers marks, but is of nice construction, the grip is ornate with silver coloured Eagle’s head top leading down to an ornate crossguard which bears the US Eagle chest shield design with rays eminating to each side (not flags), blade is approximately 72cm in length, the metal scabbard has ornate engraving to one side only £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 149 A SMALL COLLECTION OF WWII GERMAN 3RD REICH COMBAT BADGES, comprising of a Kreigsmarine High Seas Combat badge, pin missing, maker mark ‘Fec Adolf Bock AUSF Schwerin Berlin, ‘Schnellboot’ Torpedo Boat Combat badge, maker mark Schwerin Berlin 68, black grade Wound badge, Swastika has been rubbed away, silver grade Wound badge, solid back, no maker marks, U Boat badge (copy), two red cloth backed Luftwaffe ‘Feldwebel’ Sgt shoulder boards (parcel) £150 - £250 plus BP*


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Lot 151 Lot 150 A GERMAN 3RD REICH DAY BADGE, tinnie, for KdF Wagen, Gautag Ost-Hannover 1939 (strength through joy) car, silver coloured metal with leather backing and pin £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 151 A WWII ERA IMPERIAL JAPANESE FORCES NAVAL OFFICERS SHORT SWORD, (type 97 KAI-GUNTO), c.1937-1945, blade length approximately 53cm but is much older than the rest of the sword, believed to be 16th Century, Bizen work, the tang on the blade has been modified slightly to suit, the blade is in fine condition as is the rest of the sword, the scabbard is missing one ring hanger, but does not detract from the overall appeal of this weapon, Naval swords to the Japanese are considered scarce to the approximate 70% losses of their officers during WWII £350 - £450 plus BP* Lot 152 A WWII GERMAN 3RD REICH COMBAT BADGE, ‘Mine Sweeper-Sub Chaser and Escort Vessel’, this example has the silver wash still present on the water spout, with the usual vertical ‘flat pin’ and marked on reverse R.K. indicating the maker Rudolph Karneth, possibly the 3.1.9 or 3.1.10 variant £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 153 A GROUP OF 3RD REICH WWII MEDALS AND BADGES, plus paperwork relating to two members of the same family, War Merit Cross with swords 2nd class, marked on suspender ring ‘6’ indicating the maker Fritz Zimmermann, East Front medal 1941/42, no ribbon, 1934 Tag Der Arbeit ‘tinnie’ badge and a nice Nazi party style stick pin, gold coloured, two ‘Arbeitsbuch’ in the names Josef Blakovec & Georgia Blakovec, together with ‘Wehrpass & Soldbuch’ in the name Josef Blakovec and a ‘beschaftigungsausweis’ document for Anton Josef Blakovec, information from the vendor suggests they were family members from Czechoslovakia, and Josef fought on behalf of the Germans eventually being taken P.O.W. by the US Forces in France, also included are fifteen small black and white photographs believed to show the recipient (parcel) £100 - £180 plus BP* Lot 154 FOUR GERMAN 3RD REICH ‘D.R.L’ SPORT BADGES, three appear to be the bronze award with the other being the silver award, all have the Wernstein Jena marks to reverse with serial numbering, two German ‘S.A.’ sports badges, both by the maker ‘Berg & Nolt’ Ludenscheid (6) £100 - £200 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 155 FOUR 3RD REICH WWII CAMPAIGN SHIELDS, ‘Narvik’ 1940, ‘Krim’ 1941-1942, ‘Demjansk’ 1942 and ‘Kuban’ 1943, all have uniform backing cloth attached, all appear genuine (4) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 159 A GERMAN 3RD REICH LUFTWAFFE FLAK COMBAT BADGE, in silver, crisp and precise detail to the Eagle, Gun and Wreath, reverse is un-marked but has the correct ball pin hinge and clasp to be considered by the maker ‘Adolph Sholtz’, Gablonz £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 160 TWO ITEMS OF GERMAN WWII ‘S.S.’ INTEREST, a silver colour cigarette case, one side is engraved with a ‘Stahlhelm’ sword and oak leaf design and marked 2 SS PZ DIV ‘Das Reich’ the other side has ornate blue and white enamel with a centre cartouche ‘S.S’ and worded BJELGOROROD 2.2.43 and CHARKOW 14.2.43, also MEREFA 15.2.43 and a corner marking ‘OSTFRONT’ i.e. East Front, inside are two thin green coloured SS shoulder flashes, the case is marked 800 with crescent moon and crown markings (i.e. late 19th Century) and a ‘Christofle’ plated table fork with monogram and an applied S.S. circular rune crest (4) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 156 Lot 156 A GERMAN 3RD REICH SPANISH CROSS, in silver colour with crossed swords, marked to reverse ‘CEJ’ indicating the maker C.E. Junker of Berlin, one of the small Eagle swastika emblems has become detached at 10 o’clock, believed to have been previously stuck back on, not soldered £200 - £400 plus BP* Lot 157 A GERMAN 3RD REICH SILVER AWARD PANZER ASSAULT BADGE, with the ‘25’ engagements panels at the bottom, the badge has all the visible signs of being from the maker ‘JFS’ but is not marked to the reverse, the hinge and pin are in the JFS style and the black oxidised tank is fitted in the two rivet style design, the panel is in correct Arabic style numbers and gilt field £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 158 FOUR GERMAN WAR BADGES, Imperial WWI Tank badge in 900 silver, solid construction, flat backed broad pin, 1944 Lorient shield, flat backed with eight small drill holes for thread fixing, dated 1944, all indications are that although a crude casting this may well be one of the original styles made by people serving at the U boat pens in France, 1939 Wetthampffieger Shooting award tinnie style badge in bronze, WWI German Hamburg Field Honour badge, white enamel, marked Ges Gesch to reverse, possibly later copy (4) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 161 Lot 161 FIVE BADGES AND CLASPS, of German WWII Kreigsmarine U boat interest consisting of gold coloured U boat badge maker marked ‘Schwerin Berlin 68’, vertical hinge and pin, gold coloured U boat badge, maker is mark GWL, U boat clasp bronze marked ‘Entwurf Peekhaus AUSF Schwerin Berlin 68’, clasp with swordfish logo, possibly 9th U boat Flotilla and a WWI U boat badge, maker is mark JE Junker Berlin (6) £300 - £600 plus BP* Lot 162 A BOX CONTAINING A NUMBER OF BELIEVED GENUINE GERMAN WWI/WWII CLOTH INSIGNIA, including a large red/black/white Eagle Swastika with small pin badge, Bevo Eagle, WWI marksman’s award patch, Hamburg, Mountain troop, DRL patches, Luftwaffe Rank collar patches in pairs, ‘S.S.’ hand Scimitar Swastika patch, etc (parcel) £150 - £250 plus BP*


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Lot 165 Lot 163 A COLLECTION OF GERMAN 3RD REICH ‘CUFF TITLE’ BANDS, which were attached around the uniform jackets or smocks, consisting ‘Kreta’ with award document to a Feldwebel Fritz Pflieger, two Afrikacorps, Fallschirm-Jager Regt 2, Marineoberhelfer, Kriegsmarine, two Torpedowaffe 1837-1937, Das Reich (parcel) £100 - £200 plus BP* Lot 164 A WOODEN BOX CONTAINING SEVEN GERMAN 3RD REICH LANYARDS, to various units and formations, including Luftwaffe, Tanks, shooting, etc, including a red cloth lanyard, photo and death card to Xaver Lochner Feldwebel Grenadier Regt KIA 17.8.1944 £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 165 A WWI GALLANTRY GROUP OF MEDALS, and other items relating to the War Service of a soldier with the Worcester’s and later Warwick Regiments, group consists of Military medal GV (un-crowned bust), named to 9075 Cpl C Goodman 3rd Worcester Regiment, British War medal and Victory medals named 9075 A/Sjt C Goodman Worcester Regiment, 1939-45, Burma Stars, Defence and War medal (all un-named as issued) and Geo VI Territorial Efficiency medal named 5243311 Sjt C.V. Goodman 8th Royal Warwick Regiment, also included is an original award slip for the MM with a brief description of the action on or around 25/26th September 1918 when commanding a post during German counter-attacks, Goodmans compass and Albert chain with silver award named to him and a black and white photograph of him in WWII dress uniform, please note this eight medal group is mounted on two loose wearing bars £600 - £800 plus BP*

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Lot 166

Lot 166 A SUPERB AND ALMOST TOTALLY UNIQUE GROUP OF NINE MEDALS, awarded to a member of the '22 Special Air Service Regiment' (S.A.S.) & 1st Btn Parachute Regiment, the recipient served his country in various theatres/conicts and actions in the 1960's and after leaving the British Army continued to see Military Service & action in various Continents throughout the World, the group which is court mounted consists...(L to R) ERII General Service Medal 1918-1962, three bars, Borneo, South Arabia, Cyprus 1963-64, correctly named to 23782640 Trooper (TPR) P McAleese, S.A.S, United Nations Medal (UNICYP)

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Cyprus, Zimbabwe Independence medal, engraved 08233 on reverse, Rhodesia General Service medal named 728200 Cpl P. Mcleese, South Africa Pro Patria medal, (South African Defence Force), engraved 122596 on reverse, Southern Africa medal, 1987, engraved 003329 on reverse, South African General Service medal, engraved 059962 on reverse, JasaMalaysia (Malaysian Service medal) 1968-69 Emergency, Rhodesian Independance medal, 11.11.65-11.12.79,***the recipient states he was awarded the Cyprus Bar later and it was attached via a steel rod***


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Peter McAleese was born 7th September 1942 in Glasgow, Scotland, near to the famous 'Barlinnie Prison', he would go on to enlist in the Parachute Regiment in Aberdeen at the age of 17 years, after basic training he was to become a member of the 1st Btns Mortar Platoon, he served with the Platoon until1962, whereafter due to completing the legendry selection course he became a member of the 22 Reg't S.A.S, he joined 'D' Sqdn and went to train with US Special Forces at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, being one of the first SAS Troopers to complete H.A.L.O. Parachute Training with the US Green Berets. He would see action, firstly in the Aden Crisis On a 16 man night patrol, (his enemy were the Arab Tribesman of the National Liberation Front), they came across a goatherd, after being called up to translate, this happened! (extract from No Mean Soldier by P McAleese..)'We assumed everything was going according to plan, and moved on carefully, the moon was not yet up and it was so dark in the narrow wadi I could only just see the rock walls rearing up beside us, five minutes later Dave Haley(Sgt) whispered 'Pete come up' there's some more chappies down here! I padded up to Dave, to speak to them and made out the dark shapes of a group of shepherds lying on the ground ahead, just as i started to speak, I saw one of them shift on his side, it was probably the way he moved which warned me and I thought this is never right, the Arab shot Dave Haley full in the chest, he should have shot me as I was the closest, but I was standing to one side......Dave collapsed badly wounded and I shot the Arab six times, then all hell broke loose. 'McAleese would later serve again in Aden and would become one of the first Parachute Reg't/SAS members to freefall parachute into a 'hot zone' with Operation Snowgoose 'Radfan Emergency', McAleese served in Bahrain and Cyprus and served in Borneo with the SAS 16th Air troop (D Sqdn) being involved in the gruesome 'Jungle Warfare' of that conflict. It would be fair to say that when McAleese left the British Army in 1969 he had already seen plenty of action with the Regiment. He worked in the lucrative Industry of the North Sea Oil Rigs, but once a soldier, always a soldier and in 1975, this was all to change with a new career as a 'mercenary' fighting in the Angolan Civil War, fighting on behalf of the National Liberation Front of Angola, even assuming Command of the Formation after the Capture of 'Costas Georgiou'. In early 1977 he went to Rhodesia, where he enlisted with the Rhodesian Special Air Service Regiment, being assigned to A Sqdn, with the rank of

a Non-Commissioned Officer, later in 1979 he joined the British South Africa S Police 'Special Branch' operating in South Rhodesia and after the fall of Rhodesia in 1980 he enlisted with the South Africa Defence Forces 44, Parachute Brigade, in which he served as Colour Sgt. In the early 80's he was instrumental in the creation of a new Pathfinder Reconnaissance unit, and served in the South Africa Border War, in the mid 1980's McAleese set up home in Pretoria and became employed with the COIN Security group, a Military/Police private contractor based in South Africa. He would go on to be severely injured in a near-fatal Parachute Display jump and would return to the UK. At the end of the 1980's he spent two years working for Government forces in the Columbian Drug Wars conflict, being involved in a covert Operation to locate and 'deal with' Pablo Escobar, he also went onto work in Moscow, Russia, as a Bodyguard Training Instructor and also undertook Security work in Algeria and later Iraq for several years, the recipient also ran a Public House in Birmingham, 'The Gunmakers Arms'. Peter McAleese was once quoted....'I'm just an ordinary person, who happened to find himself doing extraordinary things' and there is no doubt that this group represents a unique insight to the 'tough' world of being a professional soldier and its combination of awards is almost unique, the recipient not only served his country with 'distinction but led a very colouful military career throughout...the lot also consists of the following... Recipients Official issue Sand coloured SAS Beret, with cloth badge, South African Parachute Regiment Beret, Recipients official British Army Dog Tag, together with Rhodesian & South African Dogs Tags, Note: British Army Blood group was wrong), a large wooden SAS plaque obtained by the recipient at auction due to its provenance from a contact at 22 S.A.S. HQ, Hereford, a large ceramic tile plaque, hand made and painted by staff in Algeria during his time completing Security work etc, a hardback copy of 'No mean Soldier' by Peter McAleese, various frames containing cloth and metal insignia Parachute/SAS related, wall plaques SAS related, some hand made, stand with AK47 bayonet attached, presented to recipient by SA CP Team Algiers 2002, glazed certificates, US Airborne, South African Parachute Regiment, photo of recipient completing HALO jump over Rhodesia, South African ID/Driving licence etc, certificate of Service Rhodesian Army, boxed pewter SAS crest and weapon, horse brass letter opener, small pin badge & Bolo tie, US Special forces (parcel) £15000 - £22000 plus BP*

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STAMPS


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Lot 171 Lot 169 TEN WORLD STAMP ALBUMS, (10) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 170 A BOX OF WORLD STAMPS AND COVERS, and several collectable items, etc £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 167 Lot 167 A COLLECTION OF STAMPS, in three albums, comprising 1981 Royal Wedding album, SG Windsor album 1840-1982 noting Penny Black (no margins) RSW £1, early phosphor commemorative, etc, also good quality Lindner album for GB 1981-86, near complete mint (3) £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 168 A SMALL BOX CONTAINING MALTA COVERS, various interesting stamps and other collectables £100 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 171 THREE ALBUMS OF MODERN GREAT BRITAIN STAMPS, two albums with First Day Covers from 2007-2018, together with a few mint sheets, album three houses similar sheets for 2007-18, together with a few presentation packs (two boxes) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 172 A HUGE COLLECTION OF COVERS AND STAMPS, in two large boxes, one small box and three large bags, collection features mainly covers from a few pre-stamp items to 1990’s, odd 1930’s commercial mail and a huge quantity of Benham covers, many unopened (6) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 173 A COLLECTION OF GREAT BRITAIN PRESTIGE BOOKLETS, from Wedgwood to modern, appears comprehensive with high face value, also album of used 1937 Coronation issues £300 - £350 plus BP*


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Lot 174 Lot 174 A COLLECTION OF STAMPS, to include a selection of gutter pairs, omnibus issues for 1972 and 1977, South Africa FDCS and MNH collection, main values in album containing 1935 Jubilee (including Egypt) and 1937 Coronation omnibus £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 175 AN UNTIDY COLLECTION OF STAMPS, in two wooden boxes and childhood albums, main value in GB simplified album noting 1840 Penny Black and 2d Blue, surface printed values to 2 shillings - 1883 10 shillings, Edward VII to 5 shillings £150 - £180 plus BP* Lot 176 A USEFUL COLLECTION OF STAMPS, in two albums, together with some interesting postal history noting GB mint from 1900 1 shilling, used range of line engraved commemorative representation with Fiji 1938 to £1, selection of 1948 RSW sets (two albums) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 177 A LARGE ACCUMULATION OF STAMPS, in two boxes, note album of KGV war tax stamps TOGO overprints, Ceylon 1938 to 5R mint, Ideal album with good early Commonwealth including India 1895, high values mint, an untidy but original lot with much potential (two boxes) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 178 A BOX CONTAINING MINT AND USED GREAT BRITAIN COLLECTION OF STAMPS, high face value £300 - £350 plus BP* Lot 179 A VERY LARGE COLLECTION OF STAMPS AND POSTAL HISTORY, in seven boxes, many hours sorting here noting good early GB postal history in album, Penny Reds including underprints, 3 x Penny Blacks covers 1840 2d Blue on front, huge quantities and Worldwide values, good reference books (ten boxes) £500 - £600 plus BP* Lot 180 THREE BOXES OF STAMPS, including 1972 Wedding omnibus, WWF covers in album, Isle of Man presentation packs to 2013 and GB presentation packs 1988-2011, in seven RM albums (three boxes) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 177

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Lot 181 A GB BOXED KA-BE ALBUM, with good collection of GB to 1966, highlights include 1840 Penny Black and two Penny Blues, embossed trio (re-backed), surface printed quite comprehensive to include 2 shillings brown, 1867 5,10 shillings and £1 brown, 1882 £5 orange, 1891 £1, 1902 £1, £1 green Seahorse, 1929 PUC, apparently complete, thereafter with mint and used to 1966 on a simplified basis, mixed condition throughout with inspection strongly advised £4000 - £4500 plus BP*

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CIGARETTE CARDS


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Lot 182 Lot 182 TWO SETS OF CIGARETTE CARDS, a complete set of Will’s ‘Ships’ 1896 (Will’s on Front), excellent condition and a complete set of Stephen Mitchell & Son ‘British Warships’ 2nd series 1915, fair to good condition £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 183 ONE COMPLETE SET AND THREE INCOMPLETE SETS OF CIGARETTE CARDS, comprising Pure Virginia cigarettes ‘V.C. Heroes’, copyright Dobson Molle & Co. Ltd, forty cards in set, No.41 missing, Ogden’s ‘Victoria Cross Heroes’ 1901, eleven cards plus one duplicate, Scissors Cigarettes ‘Heroic Deeds’ Nos. 1, 3 (2), 5, 7, 9, 10, 12 (3), 19, 21 (2) and 24 only and a complete set of Gallaher Ltd ‘The Great War’ 2nd series 1915, cards fair to good condition £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 184 TWO COMPLETE SETS AND TWO INCOMPLETE SETS OF CIGARETTE CARDS, comprising Edwards, Ringer & Bigg Ltd ‘Portraits of his Majesty the King’ 1902 complete, Faulkner’s ‘Our Gallant Grenadiers’ 1902 complete, Taddy & Co ‘Territorial Regiments’ 1908 (20) Nos. 2, 4, 10, 20 and 25 missing and Scissors Cigarettes ‘Governors-General of India 1912 (11) plus one duplicate, cards fair to good condition £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 185 FOUR INCOMPLETE SETS OF CIGARETTE CARDS, and twelve ‘odds’, some with high individual values, comprising Taddy & Co ‘British medals and ribbons’ 1912, thirty three cards and four duplicates, Nos. 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 23, 24, 25, 28, 31, 32, 41, 43, 46 and 50 all missing, Will’s ‘Regimental Pets’ 1911 Nos. 5, 12, 14, 19, 23, 24, 25, 27, 30 and 33, Will’s ‘Medals’ 1906 Nos. 10, 18, 19, 44 and 45, Taddy & Co ‘Honours & Ribbons’ 1915, twenty one cards, Nos. 5, 12, 19 and 21 missing, the twelve ‘odds’ are Taddy’s ‘Admirals & Generals - The War’ Nos. 3, 20 and 31, Will’s ‘Recruiting Posters’ (3), Will’s ‘Transvaal Series’ Nos. 51 and 62 and Will’s ‘Naval Dress & Badges’ (4), the cards are in good condition with the exception of the latter odds £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 186 Lot 186 A COLLECTION OF FIFTY SEVEN TADDY’S CIGARETTE CARDS ON A MILITARY THEME, featuring incomplete sets and high value ‘odds’, the list comprises of ‘Victoria Cross Heroes’ 1901 No.35, ‘Victoria Cross Heroes-Boer War’ 1902 Nos. 41, 42 (2), 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57 (2), 58 (2), 59, 60 (2), 61, 70, 75, 77, 97 and 110, ‘Boer Leaders’ 1901 Nos. 7, 13, 15 and 18 and ‘Russo Japanese War’ 1904 Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 33, 36, 39, 41 and 45, conditions range from fair to excellent £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 187 A COLLECTION OF TWO HUNDRED AND NINETY FIVE CIGARETTE CARDS IN ONE ALBUM, containing mainly incomplete sets and ‘odds’, some of high value, included in the collection is one Will’s ‘Ships’ 1897 (three Castles back), Lambert & Butler ‘Coronation Robes’ 1902 (8), Scissors Cigarettes ‘Beauties’ 1911 (PC inset lattice back) complete and Will’s ‘Actresses’ 1897 (15 non PC inset, 5 PC inset), conditions range from fair to excellent £60 - £80 plus BP*


COMICS


Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 188 Lot 188 VARIOUS COMICS, to include Detective comics, volume 1, issue 359, (first appearance of Barbara Gordon Batgirl), Doom Patrol, volume 1, issue 99, (first appearance of Beast Boy), Fantastic Four, volume 1 and volume 3, Amazing Spider Man, volume 1, issue 28 (first appearance of Molten Man, Peter Parker graduates high school), etc (one box) £400 - £450 plus BP*

Lot 190 VARIOUS COMICS, to include Swamp Thing, volume 1, issue 1, (first appearance of Alec Holland’s Swamp Thing), Justice League of America, volume 1, issue 193, (first appearance of All Star Squadron) and Daredevil, volume 1, issue 270, (first appearance of Blackheart) (one box) (list available of all items) (condition: varied condition from good to poor) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 191 VARIOUS COMICS, to include Marvel Spotlight, volume 1, issue 28, (first Solo Moon Knight comic), Savage She-Hulk, volume1, issue 2, (second appearance of She-Hulk) and Marvel Premier, volume 1, issue 67, (Scott Lang becomes Ant-Man) (one box) (list available of all items) (condition: varied condition from good to poor) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 189 Lot 189 WEREWOLF BY NIGHT, volume 1, issues 32 and 33, (first appearance and second appearance of Moon Knight) (2) (condition: minor wear to corners and edges) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 192 VARIOUS COMICS, to include Detective comics, volume 1, issue 359, (first appearance of Barbara Gordon’s Batgirl and first Silver Age appearance of KillerMoth), Shazam !, volume 1, issue 1, (first DC published Shazam! Comic) and Crisis on Infinite Earths, volume 1, issue 6, (first full appearance of Anti-Monitor) (one box) (list available of all items) (condition: varied condition from good to poor) £230 - £280 plus BP*


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Lot 196 Lot 193 VARIOUS COMICS, to include Marvel Preview, volume 1, issue 4, (first appearance of Star-Lord), Adventure Into Fear, volume 1, issue 19, (first appearance of Howard the Duck), Captain Britain, volume 1, issue 1, (first appearance of Captain Britain) and Captain Britain, volume 1, issue 8, (first appearance of Psylocke) (one box) (list available of all items) (condition: varied from good to poor) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 194 VARIOUS COMICS, to include Firestorm the Nuclear Man, volume 1, issue 1, (first appearance of Firestorm) (one box) (list available of all items) (condition: varied from good to poor) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 195 VARIOUS COMICS, to include Marvel Super-Heroes, volume 1, issue 18, (first appearance of Guardians of the Galaxy), Savage She-Hulk, volume 1, issue 1, (first appearance of She-Hulk) and Avengers, volume 1, issue 195, (first appearance of Taskmaster, Villain in Black Widow Movie) (one box) (list available of all items) (condition: varied condition from good to poor) £180 - £230 plus BP*

Lot 196 VARIOUS COMICS, to include Batman, volume 1, issue 181, (first appearance of Poison Ivy), Doom Patrol, volume 1, issue 99, (first appearance of Beast Boy) Adventure comics, volume 1, issue 381, (first Solo Supergirl comic) and Aquaman, volume 1, issue 18, (Aquaman Marries Mera) (one box) (list available of all items) (condition: varied condition from good to poor) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 197 VARIOUS COMICS, to include Nova, volume 1, issue 1, (first appearance of Nova) and Strange Tales, volume 1, issue 180, (first appearance of Gamora) (one box) (list available of all items) (condition: varied condition from good to poor) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 198 VARIOUS COMICS, to include New Teen Titans, volume 1, issue 1, (Raven, Cyborg and Starfire join Teen Titans) and Detective comics, volume 1, issue 311, (first appearance of Cat-Man) (one box) (list available of all items) (condition: varied condition from good to poor) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 199 VARIOUS COMICS, to include a copy of Captain America, volume 1, issue 9 (four boxes) (list available of all items) (condition: varied condition from good to poor) £80 - £130 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 201 Lot 200 OVER ONE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED COMICS, including Daredevil and The New Teen Titans, 4 x Moon Knight, volume 1, 40 x Daredevil, Tales of The Unexpected, volume 1, issue 97, Strange Adventures, volume 1, issue 231, Silver Surfer Annual, volume 1, issue 6, 2 x Fantastic Four, volume 1, 3 x Avengers, volume 1, 3 x Incredible Hulk, volume 1, 6 x The Mighty Thor, volume 1, The New Teen Titans, volume 1, issue 26 (first appearance of Terra), The New Teen Titans, volume 1, issue 22 (first appearance of Blackfire), The New Teen Titans, volume 1, issue 1 (Starfire, Raven & Cyborg join the team), 12 x The New Teen Titans, volume 1, 6 x Justice League of America, volume 1, 24 x Green Lantern Corps, volume 1, etc (four boxes and loose) £500 - £550 plus BP*

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Lot 201 A COLLECTION OF AVENGERS COMICS, volume 1, issue 1 to 130, 138-141, 143, 147, 149-160, 163164, 166, 168-180, 182, 184, 186, 188-193, 194 to 269, to include volume 1, issue 1, (first appearance of The Avengers), two issue 2, issue 4, (Captain America is revived, first Silver Age appearance), issue 6, (first appearance of Zemo), issue 8, (first appearance Kang The Conqueror), issue 10, (first appearance of Immortus), issue 11, (Spider-Man Crossover), issue 19, (first appearance of The Swordsman, Hawkeye origin), issue 21, (first appearance of Erik Josten Power Man), issue 28, (first appearance of The Collectors, Giant Man becomes Goliath), etc (two boxes containing ten binders) £5500 - £6500 plus BP*


BOOKS & MAPS


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 202 STAFFORDSHIRE INTEREST, comprising Stebbing Shaw, The History & Antiquities of Staffordshire, two vols, E.P. Publishing, 1976 and PLOT, Robert, The Natural History of Staffordshire, E.J. Morten, 1973 (3) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 203 Lot 203 FRANCIS, DICK, a parcel of first and numbered limited edition books, all in dust jackets, comprising Odds Against (1st signed), Blood Sport (1st signed), Bonecrack (1st signed), Forfeit (1st signed), Wild Horses (Ltd, signed), To The Hilt (Ltd, signed), Second Wind (Ltd, signed) and Rat Race (1st, not signed) (8) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 204 THE PENNY CYCLOPAEDIA OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE, pub, Charles Knight, 1834-46, 1st edition, twenty seven volumes in twenty one leather-bound books, with an additional two leather-bound supplementary volumes £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 205 ART BOOKS, two boxes comprising Art & Photography books and Monographs, including Soutine (two volumes in slipcase), F. Leger, Aaran Siskind 100 (two boxes) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 207 Lot 207 BIBLIA ECTYPA, produced and published by Artist Christoph Weigel in Germany 1695, this is a retelling of the Old Testament story (including the extra books from Vulgate and other early Bibles), three hundred and eighty two copper engravings with captions in both Latin and German, lacking title page and original frontispiece £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 208 PHILLIPS, REV. WM. LUKE, The Grand Imperial Bible, two volume set, 1766, presumed 2nd edition following the first edition in three volumes, 1764, full leather bindings and preliminary pages quite distressed, texts complete and clean (2) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 209 A BOX OF MAINLY LEATHER-BOUND BOOKS, including Swift, ‘The History of The Last Four Years of The Queen’, first edition, 1758 (rebacked), De Lu Bruyere, ‘The Character or Manners of The Age’, first edition, 1699 (rebound in beautiful decorated leather), ‘The Lounger’ volumes one to three (set), third edition, 1787 (decorated leather boards) (box) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 210 VAILLANT, FRANCOIS DE, A New and Improved edition of Histoire Naturelle Des Perroquets by Francois De Vaillant, 1753-1824, boxed volumes one and two complete, limited edition No.143 of only 200 (2) £800 - £1000 plus BP*

Lot 206 Lot 206 CAROL, LEWIS, ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’, twentieth thousand, (1870), bound with ‘Through The Looking-Glass’, fourteenth thousand, scarce, early editions bound together in half-leather and marbled boards £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 211 SHAW, REV. STEBBING, The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire, pub. J. Nichols, 1798 and 1801, two volumes, large folio paper copies in half leather bindings with marbled boards and inners (2) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 212 PATERSON, CAPN. DANIEL, Paterson’s British Itinerary: Being A New and Accurate Delineation and Description of The Direct and Principal Cross Roads of Great Britain in Two Volumes, pub. Carington Bowles, 1785 (2) £300 - £400 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 210 Lot 216 LAIRD, MR, a Topographical and Historical Description of The County of Worcester, 1st edition, Sherwood, Neely & Jones, 1820 £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 213 Lot 213 BOWLES, CARINGTON, Bowles’s Post-Chaise Companion; or, Travellers Directory Through England and Wales, 2nd edition, two volumes, pub. Carington Bowles, 1782 (2) £500 - £600 plus BP* Lot 214 OWEN, JOHN, Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv’d, 1st reduced size edition, 1720 (first two folio editions, published 1675), pub. Thos. Bowles & Emanuel Bowen, 1720 (2) £500 - £600 plus BP* Lot 215 RASTALL, W. DICKINSON, a History of the Antiquities of The Town and Church of Southwell in the County of Nottingham, 1st edition, privately printed, 1787, half leather binding with marbled boards £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 217 SUFFOLK. SMITH (WILLIAM), Suffolciae Comitatus Accurata Descriptio.... Auctore Christopher Saxton, printed and sold by P. Stent ‘Sould by John Overton at ye White Horse without Newgate neere ye Fountaine Tavern’, circa 1670, third issue (anonymous series), hand coloured, approximately 35cm x 48.5cm, mounted and unframed (condition: some overall staining/discolouration, some foxing, sepia inked numbers, possible repairs at top and bottom of centre fold) £850 - £950 plus BP* Lot 218 MAPPEMONDE, AFTER GUILLAUME DELISLE AND PHILIPPE BUACHE, circa 1800, later coloured and mounted onto card, approximately 46cm x 66.5cm, unframed (condition: overall light discolouration, foxing with some other smaller spots of staining throughout) £350 - £450 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 219 PIETER VAN DER AA, a collection of twenty 18th Century monochrome engravings of country houses and grounds, all unmounted and unframed, many still folded, properties include ‘Burlington House in Pickadilly’ (sic), ‘Bryanstone in Dorsettshire’ and ‘Stansted in the county of Sussex’, some duplications, approximately 16cm x 17.5cm (20) (condition: general age discolouration, light foxing and staining) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 223 LEICESTERSHIRE, SPEED, (JOHN), ‘Leicester both Countye and Citie described, The Honorable Famylies that have had the titles of Earls thereof. With other accidents observed’, a hand coloured engraved map, circa 1627, sold by John Sudbury and George Humble, approximately 40cm x 54cm, unmounted and unframed (condition: general discolouration, some repairs, especially along right hand edge, some tears and staining) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 220 SEVEN LATE 18TH CENTURY CANAL PLANS OF MIDLANDS INTEREST, including ‘...From Chesterfield in the County of Derby, to the River Trent near Stockwith in the County of Nottingham’, surveyed in 1769 and 1770, all uncoloured, unmounted and unframed, largest size approximately 19.5cm x 40cm (7) (condition: some torn edges, light foxing and staining and and age discolouration) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 224 LONDON, CREIGHTON (R) AND WALKER (J & C), A Plan of London and its Environs, drawn and engraved for Lewis’ Topographical Dictionary, a hand coloured engraved map, approximately 41cm x 54cm, unmounted and unframed (condition: light age discolouration, light foxing, obvious folds) £180 - £220 plus BP*

Lot 221 FOURTEEN ASSORTED ENGRAVINGS AFTER S & N BUCK, seven hand coloured, mostly castles, including ‘The North-East View of Scaleby-Castle, in the County of Cumberland’ and ‘The South-East View of Alnwick Castle in Northumberland’, approximately 30cm x 48cm and smaller, all mounted and unframed (14) (condition: mixed condition with varying degrees of age discolouration, light foxing and staining to some) £160 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 222 Lot 222 MIDDLESEX, SPEED, JOHN AND NORDEN, JOHN, ‘Midle-sex described with the most famous Cities of London and Westminster’, hand coloured engraving, circa 1610, strengthened verso, unmounted and unframed, approximately 40.5cm x 52.5cm (condition: age discolouration, tear bottom left, centre fold has wrinkles and joins) £250 - £350 plus BP*

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Lot 225 LONDON; LEA (PHILIP), ‘A Mapp Containing the Townes, Villages, Gentlemens Houses, Roads, Rivers, Woods and other Remarks for 20 miles Round London’, from Saxton’s Atlas, circa 1695, later hand coloured, mounted on card, approximately 51.5cm x 56cm, in a card mount but unframed (condition: age discolouration, some creases, folds in bottom left corner, some repairs near centre fold, upper right small amount of staining) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 226 GLOUCESTERSHIRE, GREENWOOD (C & J), six sheets forming a ‘Map of the County of Gloucester, From an actual survey made in the year 1823 by C & J Greenwood, Most Respectfully Dedicated to the Nobility, Clergy, & Gentry of the County by the proprietors, Greenwood, Pringle & Co’, uncoloured engravings, largest sheet approximately 54cm x 68.5cm (6) (condition: some torn edges, light age discolouration) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 227 JOHN LENNON ‘IN HIS OWN WRITE’, signed by John Lennon in blue ink on the FEP, the book was published in March 1964 by Jonathan Cape, London and this edition is an April 1964 reprint, pages 15-24 have become detached from the binding of the book but are present and in good condition with little creasing or staining although the outer cover is worn, the book was a gift to the vendor in 1964 £1000 - £1200 plus BP*


TECHNOLOGY & COLLECTORS


Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 230 Lot 228 A TRAY OF DIGITAL SLR CAMERAS AND ACCESSORIES, including a Nikon D80, a Nikon D90, a Nikon Coolpix 990, a Nikkor DX AF-S 18-105mm f3.5 lens, a Nikkor DX AF-S 18-55mm f3.5 lens, a Nikkor AF 35-80mm f4 lens, a Sigma AF Macro 50mm f2.8 lens, a Sigma DG 28-300mm f3.5 lens, a Sunpak Auto 3075G flash and various accessories, manuals and chargers £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 229 A COLLECTION OF THIRTY FIVE L.P’S, including Pink Floyd: The Wall, Queen: Sheer Heart Attack, Roxy Music: Stranded, Kraftwerk: The Man-Machine, Black Sabbath: Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, The Beatles: 19671970, Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, etc £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 232 Lot 233 A TRAY CONTAINING OVER EIGHTY L.P’S, 78’S AND 7’’ SINGLES, including Dick James, Dennis Lotis, Frank Sinatra, Charley Pride, Not The Nine O’clock News, etc £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 234 A PETER PAN GRAMAPHONE, from the 1920’s with a faux Alligator skin covering in brown with black detailing, a white plastic badge to the lid interior states model and Pat.No.15825/23-705313, 21cm x 20cm x 13cm deep with needle assembly, winder and quadropod folding record carrier, also with this item is a 10’’ acetate 78 record of ‘Ev’ry time We Say Goodbye’ by Benny Goodman Quintet (leather strap has parted and general slight wear and scuffing to case fabric finish) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 230 A ZENZA BRONICA GS-1 MEDIUM FORMAT CAMERA, fitted with a Zenzanon 50mm f4.5 lens, a GS6X7 Film Back, a Prism Viewer, a Brenbo three tripod and a soft camera bag £120 - £150 plus BP* Lot 231 A TRAY CONTAINING OVER ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY L.P’S AND 12’’ SINGLES, mostly from the 1980’s, including The Human League, Duran Duran, Meat Loaf, U2, Simple Minds, Boom Town Rats, etc £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 232 TWO TRAYS OF DIGITAL AND FILM CAMERAS, including a Zeiss Ikon Contaflex Alpha, a Nikon D100 SLR, a Nikon F401, a Nikon F70, a Pentax MX in black and one in chrome, Nikkor AF 35-70mm f3.3, DX Af-s 55-200mm f4.5, 55mm f2.8, AF 50mm f1.4AF 24mm f2.8, Sigma AF Tele 400mm f5.6, UC APO 70-200mm F4, EX 18-35mm f2.8, a Pentax SMC-M 50mm f2 and one f1.4, a 400mm f5.6, an F 35-80mm f4 and various other accessories, filters and flashes £80 - £100 plus BP*

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Lot 235 Lot 235 A TRAY CONTAINING OVER EIGHTY L.P’S AND OVER FORTY 7’’ SINGLES, including Pink Floyd: Darkside of The Moon, Deep Purple: Made in Japan Queen: News of The World, Black Sabbath: Vol 4, We Sold Our Soul and Paranoid, etc £60 - £80 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 237 Lot 236 A ROLLEICORD VB TLR CAMERA, with original box and packaging and a seemingly unused and boxed leather case, the camera is fitted with Heidosmat 75mm f3.2 and Schneider Kreuznach Xenar 75mm f3.5 lenses, Serial No.2603648 (4) £180 - £220 plus BP* Lot 237 A ROLLEICORD VA TLR CAMERA, a Rollei Metal Tropical Field case, a Rolleiflash with two boxes of bulbs (some missing), a Wray ‘Supar’ 3 1/4’’ f4.5 lens, a Ross Resolux lens, a Weston Master 3 meter, a Va manual and other accessories in a Miranda soft camera bag £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 238 A MAMIYA 6 MEDIUM FORMAT RANGEFINDER FILM CAMERA, fitted with a Mamiya L 50mm f4 lens, a faulty L 75mm f3.5 lens, a Hoya PL-CIR filter and a CCs soft case £450 - £550 plus BP* Lot 239 AN ALUMINIUM CAMERA CASE CONTAINING A PENTAX ME F, fitted with a SMC-M 50mm f1.7 lens, a Sigma PK fit 28-70mm f3.5 lens, a Praktica B100 fitted with a Hanimex 28mm f2.8 lens, a Kodak Brownie Junior and 127, a Coronet D20, a Rollei E19BC flash, a Canon Powershot G3 and an Agfa Silette, with other accessories included £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 240 A TRAY CONTAINING FILM AND DIGITAL CAMERAS AND EQUIPMENT, comprising of a boxed but faulty Canon EOS 350D fitted with an EFS 1855mm f3.5 lens, a boxed EF 75-300mm,, f4 lens, an EOS 50E fitted with an EF 28-80mm f3.5 lens, an EOS 1000F fitted with an EF 35-105mm f3.5 lens, a Praktica LLC fitted with a Pentacon 50mm f1.8 lens, a boxed Chinon CE-4S body, a boxed Chinon 50mm f1.7 lens, a boxed Sigma UC 28-200mm f3.8 lens, three boxed flash and battery grips, a Soligor 35mm f2.8 lens and 35mm f2.8 lens, a Mirage 100-200 f5.6 lens and a Prinzgalaxy 300mm f5.6 lens with two soft cases (15) £120 - £150 plus BP* Lot 241 A TRAY OF FILM CAMERAS AND ACCESSORIES, including a Nikon FM film SLR fitted with a 50mm f1.8 lens, an E Series 75-150mm f3.5 lens, an E Series 36-72mm f3.5 lens, two Tamron converters, a Cento 500mm f8 mirror lens, a Tamron 200mm f3.6 lens, an Olympus Trip 35 and various accessories £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 242 A TECHNICS SL-1200 MK2 DIRECT DRIVE TURNTABLE, fitted with a Stanton Cartridge (new needle required) in a silver coloured finish £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 243 ‘THE BUGLET’ A COMPACT BUGLE MANUFACTURED BY HENRY KEAT & SONS, impressed ‘Prize Medal 4 Turns By Appointment to the Contractors and Manufacturers War and Indian Offices’, length 17cm not including mouthpiece, some dents, together with a Boosey & Co copper and brass coaching horn, length 132cm not including mouthpiece, some dents £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 244 AN ANGENIEUX DEM 180 F2.3 APO CAMERA LENS, Nikon F fit with original hard case, instruction manual, protective jacket, caps, introductory letter, original sale invoice dated 1997 and warranty card, no fungus, no cosmetic issues apart from the telescopic plastic hood has two hairline cracks £350 - £400 plus BP* Lot 245 A TRAY CONTAINING OVER ONE HUNDRED L.P’S AND 12’’ SINGLES, including Santana, Simon and Garfunkel, The Moody Blues and a quantity of Motown such as Jimmy Ruffin, Diana Ross, Chartbusters, Four Tops £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 246 Lot 246 A POSTCARD CONTAINING THE AUTOGRAPHS OF ALL FOUR MEMBERS OF U2, the postcard depicts the band members from the 1980’s on three photographs with Sister Sister printed on the bottom right corner, on the reverse is the address of Kingswood, Clondalkin, Dublin 24, Ireland, the signatures are all in blue biro £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 247 A TRAY CONTAINING OVER ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY 7’’ SINGLES, including The Family Dogg, Jigsaw, The Who, The Kinks and a quantity of Tamla Motown, Motown items £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 248 A TRAY CONTAINING OVER ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY 7’’ SINGLES, including Chairmen of the Board, White Plains, The Who, Python Lee Jackson, Deep Purple, etc £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 249 A TRAY CONTAINING OVER ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY 7’’ SINGLES, including ELO, T Rex, Queen, David Bowie, The Who, Ramones, Kraftwerk, Isaac Hayes, etc £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 250 A TRAY CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED 7’’ SINGLES, including The Beatles Collection 24 singles in a black and gold box (box distressed), The Hollies, David Bowie, Queen, The Jackson 5, Marvin Gaye, Amen Corner, etc £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 251 AN AKAI 4000DB VINTAGE REEL TO REEL RECORDER, with a walnut effect outer casing and damaged smoked plexi glass front cover with three boxes and five loose tapes (9) (condition: the left hand drive spindle is slightly bent and the Mic Level pot spindle is also slightly bent) £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 252 Lot 252 A THORENS TD166 MK2 VINTAGE TURNTABLE, fitted with a Nagaoka MP11 gold cartridge, an Arcam Alpha 7 Amplifier, a pair of speaker stands and a pair of Wharfdale 506 speakers (6) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 253 A TRAY OF CAMERAS AND EQUIPMENT, including a Rolleiflex Automat 3.5 TLR camera fitted with 75mm F3.5 lens with a slightly tired leather case, a Franke & Heidecke Rolleiparkell 2 lens, a part cased Rolleikin, a Yashica MF-1, a FED 3 and various other cameras and accessories £80 - £120 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 259 Lot 254 A LUXMAN PD264 AUTO LIFT TURNTABLE, fitted with MA3002 cartridge (crack to plexi glass lid, untested due to European plug), a Yamaha A-760 Stereo Amplifier (untested due to lack of plug), a Technics M51 Tape Player (untested due to lack of plug), a JVC T-V3 FM Tuner (untested due to lack of plug) and a pair of Mission 720 Hi-Fi speakers in teak cabinets and black grilles (untested due to incomplete outer foam on drivers) (6) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 255 A ROLLEIFLEX 4X4 BABY ORIGINAL TLR CAMERA, fitted with a Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 7.5cm F3.5 and a Heidoscope Anastigmat 7.5cm f3.5 lens, an Ensign Ful-Vue box camera and an Ilford Sportsman in leather case (3) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 256 A ZEISS IKON CONTAX 1C RANGEFINDER CAMERA, fitted with a Carl Zeiss Jena Sonnar 5cm F2 lens (has paint losses) £120 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 258 A TRAY OF VINTAGE CAMERA EQUIPMENT, including a Contessa Nettel Ador folding camera fitted with CSJ Tessar 18cm f4.5 lens in leather case with spare plates, a Yashica D fitted with an 80mm f4.5 lens and a leather case, a Yashica MAT 124G (disassembled), a Zeiss Ikon Ideal 250/3 folding camera with a CSJ Tessar 12cm f4.5 lens, etc £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 259 A QUANTITY OF MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES, including a collection of slides issued by the Rural Industries Intelligence Bureau showing rural crafts and scenes from the early 20th Century contained in a fitted wooden box with bureau stamp to inside of lid, also a collection of British and Foreign topographical slides, including views of Surrey, Cornwall and the Lake District and a collection of family and topographical views taken by J. Staples (four boxes), condition: complete and in fair condition for their age £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 257 A ROLLEIFLEX VB TLR CAMERA, fitted with a Heidosmat 75mm f3.2 and a Sneider-Kreuznach Xenar 75mm f3.5 lens in a fitted leather case, a Rolleiflash, a viewer and a Weston Master 2 meter in leather case (4) £50 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 261 Lot 261 A VINTAGE COVENTRY STADIUM STOCK CAR RACING ADVERTISING POSTER, c.1950’s, black, white and grey stock car racing scene with yellow title on black background with venue details in black on yellow background, has been rolled up, has some damage mainly to the edges, together with some creasing to the centre, height approximately 70cm, width approximately 113cm £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 260 Lot 260 A NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, cast body with Art Nouveau style decoration, appears to be complete and in working order but in need of some repair, predecimal values, serial numbers 1127806 349, height approximately 43cm, depth approximately 39cm, width approximately 42cm £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 262 Lot 262 A BOXED DINKY TOYS THE KING’S AEROPLANE, No.62k, Airspeed ‘Envoy’ red and blue fuselage and engines, silver wings and tail, ‘G-AEXX’, with both red two blade propellors, lightly playworn condition with some minor paint loss and wear, mainly to roof and tops of engines, box complete but lid damaged, marked/worn, but complete with gliding game instruction leaflet (Ref: 1/1137 (250) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 263 A QUANTITY OF DINKY TOYS AIRCRAFT, comprising 2 x Gloster ‘Gladiator’, No.60p, stenciled roundels, no name underwing, Vickers-Supermarine ‘Spitfire’, No.62a, version in silver with long nose and bubble cockpit, Hawker ‘Hurricane’, No.62h, Giant High-Speed Monoplane, No.62y, silver ‘G-ATBK’, seaplane, No.63b/700, silver ‘G-AVKW’ and Gloster ‘Meteor’, No.70e (7), condition: all complete but in playworn condition with paint loss and wear £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 264 A QUANTITY OF LOOSE DINKY AND CHAD VALLEY DIECAST VEHICLES, including Foden 14T Tanker, No.504, 1st type cab, red chassis, cab and hubs, silver flash, fawn tank, Armstrong - Siddeley Limousine, No.36a, early post-war version, grey body, black moulded chassis, Royal Mail Van, No.34b, black hubs and filled in rear window, with a Chad Valley ‘Wee-Kin’ Sunbeam-Talbot, No.238, in brown, missing key (11), condition: all in playworn condition with minor paint loss and wear £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 265 A QUANTITY OF BOXED DINKY SUPERTOYS AND DINKY TOYS, comprising Foden Flat Truck with Tailboard, No.503, 1st type cab, blue chassis and cab, orange flash and flatbed, light blue hubs, hook, slits, blue box with red and white picture label, Guy FlatTruck with Tailboard, No.513, 1st type cab, dark green chassis, cab and wings, mid green body and hubs, larger hook, blue box with orange and white picture label, Leyland Comet Lorry, No.531, red cab and chassis, yellow body and hubs, blue box with red and white picture label, Coventry Climax Fork Lift Truck, No.14c, orange box with orange and white picture complete with packing piece and Muir Hill Dumper Truck, No.562, green box with red and white picture label and yellow label to side complete with packing piece (5), condition: all models in very lightly playworn condition with minor paint loss and wear, Guy may be a partial repaint fork lift is missing string to raise and lower forks, dumper truck front wheels are not attached to chassis, boxes are all complete and in fairly good condition with only minor wear and damage £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 266 A BOXED DINKY SUPERTOYS WAYNE SCHOOL BUS, No.949, version with red lining, in blue stripe box, with a quantity of unboxed and assorted playworn diecast vehicles, including Dinky Toys Austin Somerset, No.161, in red, Corgi Toys Riley Pathfinder Police Car, No.209, Modern Products Wolseley 6/80 Police Car, a quantity of Dinky Toys Military, Bus and Coach models, Dublo Dinky, Corgi and Matchbox (parcel), condition: Wayne School Bus is in lightly playworn condition with very minor paint loss, mainly to raised areas, rear bumper and roof, very minor wear to lettering, box complete but has damage and wear, unboxed items are in playworn condition but does include some repainted/restored items £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 267 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED DINKY SUPERTOYS, comprising Bedford Articulated Lorry, No.521, in red with black wings and hubs (minor repainting ?), buff box with a red and white picture label, Blaw Knox Bulldozer, No.561, red body, green rubber tracks, blue box with red and white picture label and yellow label to side, missing packing piece, Muir Hill Dumper Truck, No.562, blue box with orange and white picture label, complete with packing piece, Coles Mobile Crane, No.571, blue box with orange and white picture label and instruction leaflet, missing packing piece, unboxed Guy Flat Truck, No.512, 1st type cab, green cab and flatbed, black chassis, green hubs (repainted, originally appears to have Khaki cab and flatbed) with a modern boxed Ixo Subaru Impreza 2.O WRX 2001 (6), condition: all models appear complete and in very lightly playworn condition, boxes complete except for packing pieces noted above, blue boxes have some fading, all Dinky boxes have minor damage and wear £80 - £100 plus BP*


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Lot 268 Lot 268 A BOXED DINKY SUPERTOYS FODEN FG 14T MOBILGAS TANKER, No.941, few very minor paint chips, mainly around cab, very minor wear to decals, remains of polish around tank, in a blue stripe box which has some wear £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 269 A QUANTITY OF BOXED DINKY TOYS, including Alfa-Romeo Racing Car, No.23f/232, Sunbeam Alpine Sports, No.107, version in deep pink with RN No.34, Triumph 1800 Saloon, No.151 version in fawn with green hubs, Jaguar XK120, No.157, version in red, Hudson Commodore Sedan, No.171, Highline version with mid blue body, light tan roof only and fawn ridged hubs, Trojan 15 CWT Van ‘Esso’, No.450 (10), condition: all in very lightly playworn condition with minor paint loss mainly to raised areas/edges and wear, all in yellow boxes which are worn and damaged with many missing flaps £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 270 A QUANTITY OF UNBOXED DINKY TOYS, including Cadillac Eldorado, No.131, in yellow, Standard Vanguard, No.153, mid blue with fawn hubs, Jaguar XK120, No.157, white with fawn hubs, Austin Atlantic, No.140a, pink with cream interior and hubs, Caravan, No.30g, Hillman Minx, No.40f/154, tan with cream hubs, Packard Convertible, No.132, light green with red interior and hubs (missing driver and windscreen damaged), Studebaker Land Cruiser, No.172, blue with beige hubs, small quantity of boxed and unboxed modern diecast (32), condition: all unboxed items in playworn condition with paint loss and wear, includes some repainted items £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 271 Lot 271 A PART BOXED SHACKLETON FODEN FG 6-WHEEL PLATFORM LORRY AND UNBOXED DYSON 8 TON DRAWBAR TRAILER, both in grey with red wings, playworn condition with some paint loss and wear, minor deformation to flatbed on Foden, some wear to Shackleton label to rear of cab, not tested, both appear largely complete and with key, spanner and maintenance instructions, distressed box lid only, a boxed Victory Industries Vosper R.A.F. Crash Tender and boxed Victory Industries Vauxhall Velox, both appear complete, Vosper complete with accessories, instructions, original guarantee (1957) and homemade wooden stand, the Velox has slight deformation of plastic to the roof, minor wear to registration decals and both bumpers are loose, boxes complete but damaged (4) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 272 A SCRATCHBUILT LIVE STEAM VETERAN CAR MODEL, ‘Janie II’, of brass, steel and copper construction, not tested, looks to have hardly ever been steamed, appears largely complete and with burner but has some minor damage to body and drivers seat is loose, length approximately 34cm, with a quantity of live steam parts and spares including copper vertical boiler (not tested), burner tray, pulley wheels and assorted valves, etc £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 273 A QUANTITY OF UNBOXED AND ASSORTED MECCANO AEROPLANE CONSTRUCTOR OUTFIT PARTS, from No.1 and 2 Special Aeroplane Outfit, with manual (missing cover) and a quantity of general Meccano and similar parts (parcel) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 274 A QUANTITY OF BOXED SUBBUTEO ITEMS, to include Fivesides, Combination Edition, a quantity of heavyweight teams including Nos.26, 33, 54 and the International Edition (parcel), contents not checked, several of heavyweight items are incomplete and many have damaged and/or repaired players, boxed sets appear largely complete but are missing some smaller items, outer boxes largely damaged £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 275 A QUANTITY OF UNBOXED DIECAST VEHICLES, to include Corgi Toys Batmobile, No.267 (earlier version with gold hubs and pulsating flame exhaust), Dinky Toys Humber Hawk Police Car, No.256, Matchbox Cadillac Sixty Special, No.27 (silver grey with off white roof), Corgi, Dinky, Matchbox, Budgie, Husky, Lone Star Impy, Dublo Dinky, etc (parcel), condition: all unboxed items in playworn condition with paint loss and wear, also includes a number of repainted items £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 276 A QUANTITY OF UNBOXED DINKY TOYS TRUCK MODELS, to include assorted Supertoys Foden Wagons, Leyland Octopus Dump Truck, No.925, etc (24), condition: all are in playworn condition with damage, paint loss and wear, also includes a number of repainted items £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 277 FOUR BOXED CHAD VALLEY MIDGET CLOCKWORK DIECAST VEHICLES, Coach in red, Esso Van in blue (with key) and two locomotives, one in blue, the other in green, all four in very lightly playworn condition with minor paint loss and wear, wear to Esso decals on van, three of the boxes complete and in very good condition, one missing end flap (4) £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 279 FOUR BOXED MATCHBOX 1-75 SERIES DIECAST VEHICLES, Cadillac Sixty Special, No.27, metallic lilac body, pale pink roof, crimson base, silver plastic wheels, Ford Station Wagon, No.31, yellow body, black base, grey plastic wheels, Jaguar XK-140, No.32, red body, black base, grey plastic wheels, Bedford CA ‘Evening News’ Van, No.42, yellow body, black base and wheels (4), condition: all are in very lightly playworn condition, with very minor paint loss, Bedford Van has dent to baseplate but all decals in very good condition, all contained in assorted type B & D boxes, two of which are in fairly good condition, the other two having marking/wear or damage £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 280 FOUR BOXED MATCHBOX 1-75 SERIES DIECAST VEHICLES, Euclid Quarry Truck, No.6, yellow body, black plastic wheels, Euclid Dump Truck, No.6, yellow body, black wheels (normal double rear), E.R.F. Road Tanker, No.11, yellow body, metal wheels, Bedford Removal Van, No.17, green body, metal wheels (4), condition: all are in very lightly playworn condition with very minor paint loss, all decals in very good condition, all contained in assorted type B & D boxes, which are all complete and in fairly good condition with minor marking damage and wear £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 281 A BOXED CORGI MAJOR TOYS BEDFORD TK MACHINERY CARRIER AND PRIESTMAN CUB SHOVEL, Gift Set, No.27, with a Matchbox Models of Yesteryear Gift set, No.G-7, both sets are complete (2), condition: the Corgi set in very lightly playworn condition with very minor paint loss and wear to decal on shovel, Matchbox set, all items have some paint loss and signs of oxidisation, decals in good condition except for Y-11, boxes both have wear and damage £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 278 Lot 278 A BOXED MOKO TINPLATE CLOCKWORK JUMBO THE WALKING ELEPHANT, grey with lithographed red and white detailing, complete with (unoriginal) key and in working order, missing tail, very minor paint loss and wear, mainly to area around keyhole, box missing flaps from one end £80 - £100 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 282 A HORIZONTAL SINGLE CYLINDER LIVE STEAM ENGINE, brass cylinder with inlet pipe, 26cm diameter flywheel, mounted on stepped wooden base, length approximately 47cm, no makers marking, in need of cleaning and minor attention £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 283 Lot 283 A BOXED GRAHAM FARISH BY BACHMANN N GAUGE CLASS 158 TWO CAR D.M.U. SET, No.158 823 (52823 & 57823), Arriva Trains Wales blue livery (371-555), a boxed Dapol Class 153 D.M.U., No.153 333 (52333), Central Trains green livery (ND-114C) and a quantity of boxed and unboxed Graham Farish by Bachmann, Dapol & Peco rolling stock (parcel), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 284 THREE BOXED N GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, comprising Dapol Class 14XX tank locomotive, No.1462, B.R. green livery (ND-016), Class 73 electrodiesel ‘Battle of Britain 50th Anniversary’ No.73 109, South West Trains blue and grey livery (ND-006) and Graham Farish by Bachmann Class 14 shunting locomotive, No.D9523, weathered B.R. green livery (372-951) (3), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 285 A BOXED BACHMANN OO GAUGE CLASS 158 TWO CAR D.M.U. SET, No.158 783 (52783 & 57783), Central Trains green livery (31-504), with a boxed Lima Class 156 two car D.M.U. Set, No.156 481 (52481 & 57481), B.R. Provincial blue and grey livery (L205052), a boxed Lima A.E.C. G.W.R. Railcar, No.22, G.W.R. brown and cream livery (L205132) and a boxed Lima Class 121 D.M.U. No.121 021 (ADB 97723), Railtrack brown and cream livery (L204907) (4), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, damage and wear to some boxes £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 286 FOUR BOXED OO/HO GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, comprising Bachmann Class 25, ‘Tamworth Castle’ No.D7672, B.R. green livery (32-402), Bachmann Plasser OWB 10 with crane, No.DX 68200, B.R. yellow livery (36-150), Lima Class 37, ‘Sir Powys/County of Powys’ No.37 431, B.R. large logo yellow and blue livery (L205176) and Lima Class 50, ‘Revenge’ No.50 020, repainted into B.R. large logo yellow and blue livery (L205141) (4), condition: Class 50 box damaged and missing interior £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 287 FIVE BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS OO GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, comprising Ivatt Class 2, No.46251, B.R. green livery (R852), Dean Goods, No.2538, B.R. black livery (R2275A), Class 2721 Pannier tank, No.2771 (R2328B), Class 14XX, No.1472, both G.W.R. green livery (R2026A) and Class B7 Pug Saddle tank, No.11232, L.M.S. black livery (R2065) (5), condition: all except Ivatt are complete with instructions, Ivatt box also damaged, all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 288 SIX BOXED OO GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, comprising Bachmann Manor Class ‘Bradley Manor’ No.7802, G.W.R. green livery (31-300), Ivatt Class 2MT tank, No.41281, B.R. black livery (31-450B), Class 93XX, No.7332, B.R. green livery (31-803) with repainted Triang tender and contained in damaged Tri-ang Hornby box, Tri-ang Hornby Class 3MT tank, No.82004, B.R. green livery (R59S), Tri-ang Class 57XX Pannier tank, No.6412, B.R. green livery (partial repaint and renumbering from 8751 (R51), with incorrect instructions and incorrect damaged box and Lima Class 45XX small Prairie tank, No.4589, G.W.R. green livery (L205111), box damaged (6), condition: locomotives all appear complete and in fairly good condition £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 289 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED OO GAUGE MODEL RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES AND ROLLING STOCK, including a number of unboxed locomotives and D.M.U’s many of which have some damage and/or have been repainted or rebuilt in some way, boxed and unboxed rolling stock from Airfix, Tri-ang Hornby, Bachmann, Mainline, Lima, Dapol, etc, includes some items in incorrect boxes and several empty boxes, built and unbuilt Airfix and other plastic kits (contents of unbuilt kits not checked, but appear largely complete), some of the built kits have damage and/or missing items, spare parts, boxed Corgi OOC & E.F.E vehicles etc (parcel), condition: boxed items all appear complete and in fairly good condition, wear/damage to some boxes £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 290 Lot 290 A COLLECTION OF BOXED AND UNBOXED MARKLIN HO GAUGE MODEL RAILWAY ITEMS, including boxed 2-6-0 locomotive and tender, No.24 058 (FM800) and boxed 0-6-0T locomotive, No.89 005 (CM800), both in D.B. black livery, assorted rolling stock to include Wagon Lits Sleeping car (346/3J), railcrane (4611), low sided wagon with two lorries (391/2), bogie wagon with canvas tilt (393C/4517), boxed and unboxed track, controller and accessories, etc (parcel), condition: all items appear complete but are in playworn condition with minor paint loss and wear, wear and damage to boxes £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 291 A BOXED HORNBY RAILWAYS OO GAUGE CORNISH PULLMAN TRAIN SET, No.R1124, comprising Castle Class locomotive, ‘Llantilio Castle’ No.5028, G.W.R. green livery, two Pullman coaches, a quantity of track, controller and trackmat, etc, missing some track and smaller items, boxed Bachmann OO gauge Patriot Class, ‘Duke of Sutherland’ No.5541, L.M.S, maroon livery (31-212), four items of boxed Bachmann OO gauge rolling stock (parcel), condition: all models appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, minor wear to some outer boxes £70 - £90 plus BP*

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Lot 292 A COLLECTION OF BOXED HORNBY O GAUGE MODEL RAILWAY ITEMS, including No.51 locomotive and tender, No.50153, B.R. lined green livery (with key in original (opened envelope), No.50 tender, B.R. black livery, assorted No.41 and No.51 coaching stock, No.50 and other wagons, No.2 signals, a quantity of track, turntable, level crossing, packets of lamps, clips, etc (parcel) condition: locomotive and rolling stock all appear complete and in very lightly playworn condition with only very minor paint loss and wear, look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, signals both have original packing pieces, some of the boxes of track are incomplete, majority of the boxes in good condition but several do have damage and wear £120 - £150 plus BP* Lot 293 FOUR BOXED UNION MILLS N GAUGE L.N.E.R. LOCOMOTIVES, comprising Class B12/3, No.1545, Class D11, ‘Lady of the Lake’, No.6397 and Class D16/3, No.8828, all in L.N.E.R. green livery, Class J11, No.4354, L.N.E.R. black livery (4), condition: all appear complete and in very lightly playworn condition £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 294 THREE BOXED UNION MILLS N GAUGE L.M.S. LOCOMOTIVES, comprising Class 2P, No.542, Class 3F, No.3502 & Class 2F, No.22598, all in L.M.S. black livery (3), condition: all appear complete and in very lightly playworn condition £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 295 THREE BOXED UNION MILLS N GAUGE G.W.R. LOCOMOTIVES, Collett Goods, No.3205, Dean Goods, No.2537 & 32XX Class, No.3216, all in G.W.R. green livery (3), condition: all appear complete and in very lightly playworn condition £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 296 THREE BOXED N GAUGE L.M.S. (ex. L.N.W.R.) LOCOMOTIVES, Union Mills Webb Goods, No.8589, Class G2, No.9430 and unmarked No.9133 (in Union Mills box) (3), condition: all appear complete and in very lightly playworn condition £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 297 TWO BOXED PECO N GAUGE JUBILEE CLASS LOCOMOTIVES, ‘Kolhapur’ No.5593 & ‘Furious’ No.5279 (NL22), with a metal kit body mounted on Peco Jubilee chassis, Royal Scot Class, ‘The Manchester Regiment’, No.6148, all in L.M.S. maroon livery, contained in Peco Jubilee box which also contains original (un-numbered) Jubilee body (3), condition: all appear complete and in very lightly playworn condition £80 - £100 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 298 THREE BOXED DAPOL N GAUGE G.W.R. LOCOMOTIVES, Hall Class, ‘Leighton Hall’, No.6953 (ND-135B), Class 45XX tank, No.4523 (ND-014) and Class 4575 tank, No.5529 (ND-059), all in G.W.R. green livery (3), condition: all appear complete and in very lightly playworn condition £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 299 TWO BOXED GRAHAM FARISH BY BACHMANN N GAUGE G.W.R. TANK LOCOMOTIVES, Class 61XX Prairie, No.6104 (371-976), Class 8750 Pannier, No.9643 (371-928), with two Graham Farish N gauge G.W.R. tank locomotives, Class 61XX Prairie, No.8106 (1604) and Class 57XX Pannier, No.4612 (1114), all in G.W.R. green livery (4), condition: No.6104 has been re-lettered, No.4612 is a possible renumbering, all appear complete and in very lightly playworn condition £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 300 TWO BOXED IXION N GAUGE G.W.R. MANOR CLASS LOCOMOTIVES, ‘Frilsham Manor’ No.7816 (INS7816) and ‘Hinton Manor’ No.7819 (INS7819), with a boxed Peco N gauge G.W.R. Collett Goods, No.2238 (NL-24B), all in G.W.R. green livery (3), condition: all appear complete and in very lightly playworn condition, both Ixion locomotives have unopened accessory packets £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 301 (part) Lot 301 FOUR BOXED GRAHAM FARISH BY BACHMANN N GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, Jubilee Class ‘Trafalgar’ No.5682, L.M.S. maroon livery (372-477), Class B1 ‘Roedeer’ No.1040, L.N.E.R. black livery (372-079), rebuilt ‘Royal Scot’ Class ‘Scots Guardsman’ No.6115 (372-577) and ‘Black 5’ Class No.5020 (372-135), both in B.R. black livery (4), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 302 THREE BOXED GRAHAM FARISH BY BACHMANN N GAUGE L.M.S. LOCOMOTIVES, Ivatt Class 2MT, No.6404 (372-627), Fowler Class 4F, No.3851 (372061) and Class 3F ‘Jinty’, No.7524 (372-210), all in L.M.S. black livery (3), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 303 FIVE BOXED GRAHAM FARISH N GAUGE L.M.S. LOCOMOTIVES, Class 5 ‘Crab’, No.13071, L.M.S. maroon livery (limited edition of 500, with red label to box) (LE185A), No.2715 (1851) Class 8F, No.8177 (1901), Class 4P, No.1118 (numbers removed) (1206), Class 4F, No.4282 (renumbered from No.4232) (1841), all in L.M.S. black livery (5), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, some damage and wear to outer cardboard sleeves, Class 8F in incorrect box £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 304 FIVE ASSORTED BOXED N GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, comprising Dapol Ivatt Class 2MT, No.1205 (ND062B), Hornby Minitrix Fowler Class 2F, No.165 (201), both in L.M.S. black livery, (2F is a renumbering), two boxed Graham Farish Class J94 Saddle tanks, No.61, N.C.B. blue and red livery (1017) and ‘Robert’ No.7, green livery (8540) with a Tomix Track Cleaning Car, No.6421 (5), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 305 Lot 305 A QUANTITY OF UNBOXED AND ASSORTED N GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, including Graham Farish Class 4P, No.1111, L.M.S. maroon livery (1201), Class 08 Shunter, No.7120, L.M.S. black livery (renumbered from 7130) (1001), assorted Graham Farish chassis with white metal bodies fitted (8), condition: all appear complete and to be in fairly good condition) £80 - £100 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 306 A QUANTITY OF BOXED DAPOL N GAUGE L.N.E.R. GRESLEY TEAK COACHING STOCK, assorted models (13), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 307 A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED BOXED N GAUGE L.M.S. COACHING STOCK, majority are assorted Graham Farish by Bachmann Stanier items, also includes three N gauge Society exclusive models (Graham Farish by Bachmann Inspection Saloon) (374875Z), 2 x Dapol ‘Stove R’ brake vans (32975, 32977) (17), all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 311 A QUANTITY OF BOXED PECO N GAUGE WAGONS, all are models of assorted private owner wagons, with many of local interest (parcel), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, minor wear and damage to some boxes £120 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 308 A QUANTITY OF BOXED DAPOL N GAUGE G.W.R. COLLETT COACHING STOCK, assorted models (10), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 309 A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED BOXED N GAUGE G.W.R. COACHING STOCK AND VANS, assorted models Dapol, Graham Farish, Lima including N Gauge Society exclusive Dapol Collett K41 Full Brake Coach (2P-000-307) (14), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, minor damage to some boxes £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 310 A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED BOXED N GAUGE ROLLING STOCK, Graham Farish by Bachmann, Graham Farish, Dapol, Hornby Minitrix, Herkat & Roco (parcel), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, minor damage to some boxes £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 312 Lot 312 A QUANTITY OF BOXED PECO N GAUGE WAGONS, all are models of assorted railway owned wagons (parcel), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, minor wear and damage to some boxes £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 313 A QUANTITY OF UNBOXED AND ASSORTED N GAUGE ROLLING STOCK, including Graham Farish, Lima, Peco, Dapol, Trix and kit built items, together with a quantity of unassociated assorted empty N gauge locomotive and rolling stock boxes (parcel), condition: some of the rolling stock and some of the boxes have damage, wear and/or missing items £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 315 Lot 314 A QUANTITY OF UNBUILT N GAUGE LOCOMOTIVE AND ROLLING STOCK KITS, LOCOMOTIVE SCRAPYARD, SPARE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES, etc, including boxed GEM L.M.S. Patriot Kit, Langley Miniature Prince of Wales tank locomotive kit, assorted B.H. Enterprises and Beaver Products tender kits, Ultima coach kits, assorted locomotive bodyshells, chassis, wheels, boxed and unboxed spare parts, etc (parcel), condition: contents of kits not checked but majority appear largely complete (except for D & M Patriot kit), many of the spare parts and accessories are sealed in original packaging) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 315 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED N GAUGE LINESIDE BUILDINGS, ACCESSORIES, TRACK AND CONTROLLERS, etc, including boxed and unboxed Hornby Lyddle End buildings, constructed cardboard buildings, assorted boxed unbuilt Langley Miniature, P & D Marsh & Ratio and other building and accessory kits, assorted tools, scale road vehicles, assorted accessories, large quantity of Kato & Roco track, Kato, AGW, KPC control equipment, incomplete boxed Mintrix Supplementary sets, etc (parcel), contents of kits not checked, minor damage to some of the constructed kit buildings £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 316 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED TRI-ANG RAILWAYS OO GAUGE ITEMS, to include boxed set, No.R7X, comprising Transcontinental Class 23 locomotive, No.2335, Tri-ang Railways black livery (R54 & R32) locomotive body has minor damage and body is loose on chassis, both locomotive and tender show signs of the usual Tri-ang plastic deformation, two coaches, correct track and controller, box damaged, with a boxed Transcontinental Series Double Ended diesel locomotive, No.5007, Tri-ang Railways blue livery (R159), minor damage to yellow stripes on one end, with oil bottle and instructions, boxed Class 7p6f locomotive ‘Britannia’, No.70000, B.R. green livery (R259/R35, version with smoke) with instructions, boxed Transcontinental & Pullman coaches, incomplete boxed Transcontinental Operating Mail Coach set, No.R119 and a quantity of unboxed rolling stock, track, etc, copies of the 7th & 8th editions of the catalogue (parcel), condition: all in playworn condition but largely appears complete, most boxes have some damage £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 317 A BOXED GRAHAM FARISH BY BACHMANN N GAUGE INTERCITY 125 HST SET, comprising power car, No.43056, dummy power car, No.43178 and MKIII trailer open coach, No.42112, all in Midland Mainline blue and grey livery (371-475A) with two additional boxed MKII coaches in MML livery (3), condition: all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, set has some damage to outer cardboard sleeve £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 318 THREE BOXED TRIX N GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, comprising two ‘Britannia’ No.70000, B.R. green livery (2037) and Class 9F, No.92018, B.R. black livery (N207) (3), condition: all appear complete but are contained in incorrect boxes, one of which is damaged £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 319 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED N GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, comprising Graham Farish Black 5 Class, No.44911, B.R. black livery (1805), Merchant Navy Class repainted and renumbered as Battle of Britain Class ‘141 Squadron’, No.34079, B.R. green livery, Minitrix Class 9F, No.92006, repaint/renumbering in weathered B.R. black livery (N207), unboxed Graham Farish Class A3 ‘Prince Palatine’, No.60052, B.R. green livery (1827), boxed Graham Farish Class 61XX Prairie tank, No.3114, G.W.R. green livery (1604) and boxed Minitrix Ivatt Class 2MT tank, No.41234, B.R. black livery (12040) (5), condition: all appear complete and in fairly good condition, in incorrect boxes except for the two tank locomotives, boxes have wear and damage £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 320 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED N GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, comprising boxed Graham Farish Class 25, No.D7645, B.R. two tone green livery (8304), Graham Farish by Bachmann Class 37, No.D6707, B.R. green livery (371-451), Graham Farish Class 37, No.37 035, B.R. blue livery (8015), Graham Farish Class 47 ‘Isambard Kingdom Brunel’, No.D1662, B.R. two tone green livery (8004) similar ‘S.S. Great Britain’ No.47 813, First Great Western green livery (8002) and unboxed Minitrix Class 47 ‘The Queen Mother’ No.47 541, B.R. blue livery (N219) (parcel), D1662 & 37 015 have damage to buffer beams and are missing buffers, condition: D1662 battery box has been re-glued, the other locomotives all appear complete and in fairly good condition, D6707 is in its correct box, the other boxed examples are in incorrect damaged boxes £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 321 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED N GAUGE LOCOMOTIVES, comprising boxed Lima Class 31, No.D5518, similar unboxed example missing buffers and with black mark to body, both in B.R. blue livery (209), unboxed Lima Class 55 Deltic, ‘Meld’ No.D9003, B.R. two tone green livery, missing buffers from one end (253), unmarked Class 03 Shunter, B.R. green livery (not complete) and unboxed Lima Shunter, No.D2790, B.R. blue livery (211), Graham Farish by Bachmann Class 50 bodyshell (6), condition: all in playworn condition with missing items noted above, two are in incorrect boxes £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 322 A QUANTITY OF UNBOXED AND ASSORTED N GAUGE ROLLING STOCK, all are British outline models, including Peco, Lima, Trix, Graham Farish, kit built etc (parcel), condition: all in playworn condition, many have damage and/or are missing items £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 323 Lot 323 A QUANTITY OF BOXED N GAUGE ROLLING STOCK, all are British outline models, including Graham Farish and Farish by Bachmann, Peco, etc, also includes a quantity of boxed and unboxed Graham Farish ‘Shredded Wheat’ promotional locomotive and carriages and a small number of empty boxes (parcel), condition: boxed items all appear complete and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, many of the Peco items are still sealed, minor damage to some boxes £80 - £100 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 324 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED N GAUGE AMERICAN OUTLINE DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, comprising boxed Bachmann G.M. EMD GP40 locomotive set, No.69851, comprising powered locomotive, No.4115, dummy locomotive, No.4122 and caboose, all in B & O Chessie System yellow and black livery, with boxed E-R models Baldwin Sharknose RF16 locomotives A unit, No.3806 and B unit, No.3706, both in New York Central lightning stripe black and grey livery, with three Mehano ? Locomotives, 2 x G.M. EMD SD45 and an ALCO C420, all partially repainted in grey, red and white livery (parcel), condition: boxed locomotives all appear complete and in fairly good condition, look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, minor wear to Bachmann box, three unboxed locomotives all have damage and/or missing items £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 325 FIVE BOXED N GAUGE AMERICAN OUTLINE DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, comprising Kato GE C449W, un-numbered in Southern Pacific grey livery (176-3603), Kato G.M. EMD SD-45, No.9 (176-3119), Life-Like Trains ALCO FA-1, No.317 and FB-1, 316 (7431), all in Union Pacific yellow and red livery, Atlas Model Railroad G.M. EMD GP-7, No.2684, Santa Fe yellow and blue livery (48081) (5), condition: all appear complete, in fairly good condition and look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, Life-Like items were originally sold undecorated and have been painted to a fair standard, some wear to decals £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 326 FOUR BOXED AND UNBOXED N GAUGE AMERICAN OUTLINE STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, comprising boxed Bachmann Spectrum 2-8-0 Consolidation, No.2360, Boston and Maine Railroad black livery (81158), boxed Model Power U.S.R.A. 46-2 light Pacific, No.5107, Canadian National black livery (7406), boxed Mintrix Class K4 4-6-2, No.5495, Pennsylvania Railroad black livery (51-2001-00), unboxed Mintrix U.S.R.A 0-6-0, No.9100, Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe black livery (2916) (4), condition: boxed items appear complete and in fairly good condition, look to have hardly ever been removed from boxes, unboxed loco has some paint loss/wear, body loose on chassis, missing connecting rods £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 327 A QUANTITY OF BOXED N GAUGE AMERICAN AND CONTINENTAL OUTLINE ROLLING STOCK, including Con-Cor, Walthers, Atlas, Roco, Hornby Mintrix, Ibertren, Model Power, Bachmann, Life-Like, Minitrains, etc (parcel), condition: all appear complete and in fairly good condition, some may be in incorrect boxes, wear to boxes, includes empty box £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 328 A QUANTITY OF UNBOXED AND ASSORTED N GAUGE AMERICAN AND CONTINENTAL OUTLINE ROLLING STOCK, including Kato, Bachmann, Mehano, Atlas, Ibertren, Minitrix, Lima, Arnold, Piko, etc (parcel), condition: majority are in fairly good condition but some are in playworn condition and have damage and/or missing items £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 329 (part) Lot 329 A QUANTITY OF UNBOXED AND ASSORTED N GAUGE LINESIDE BUILDINGS AND ACCESSORIES, including assorted built cardboard and plastic kits, Walthers Cornerstone, Faller, Vollmer, Piko, a quantity of spare parts etc (six boxes), condition: majority appear complete and in fairly good condition, but some do have damage, wear and missing items £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 330 A QUANTITY OF MAINLY BOXED HORNBY AND GRAHAM FARISH BY BACHMANN N GAUGE SCENECRAFT LINESIDE BUILDINGS AND ACCESSORIES, Hornby items include Lyddle End items, Farish items include buildings and structures from the Hampton Heath Colliery and Power Station ranges and a quantity of assorted figures (parcel), condition: majority of boxed buildings appear complete and in fairly good condition, majority of figure sets still sealed in original packaging, unboxed items may not be complete, wear and damage to some of the boxes and sleeves £80 - £100 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 331 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED N GAUGE TRACK, CONTROLLERS AND ACCESSORIES, including boxed Kato, Peco, Atlas and Graham Farish track, unboxed Fleischmann and other track, unboxed H & M Duette & Graham Farish controllers, a quantity of modelling and other tools, assorted loose accessories, etc (parcel), condition: playworn condition, some items have damage and wear £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 332 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED N GAUGE AND OTHER MODEL ROAD VEHICLES, to include boxed items by Oxford Diecast, B-T Models, Kibri, Wiking, Mattel Hot Wheels, Bachmann Scenecraft, Intertrans, Peco, LGM, unbuilt kits from Langley Miniature, Gramodels, etc, unboxed items including early Matchbox E.R.F Tanker, No.11 (one red, two yellow), Diamond T Prime Mover and Trailer, No.15 &16, Wiking, Lone Star, Oxford Diecast, Bachmann, Intertrans, Kyosho, Herpa, Roco, constructed Langley and other white metal kits, etc, with a quantity of boxed and unboxed Del Prado N gauge locomotive models, a quantity of photographs, postcards and ephemera, U.S. Flag, etc (parcel), condition: missing boxed items appear largely complete, some still sealed in original packaging, boxed items are mainly in playworn condition with wear and damage, etc £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 333 A QUANTITY OF BOXED N GAUGE LINESIDE BUILDINGS AND ACCESSORIES KITS, including Walthers Cornerstone Superior Paper Company building Kit, No.933-3237 and Glacier Gravel Company building kit, No.933-3241, Faller, Peco, Gaugemaster, Ratio, Metcalfe, Herpa, Bachmann, Fleetline, P & D Marsh etc (parcel), condition: contents not checked, Walther, Faller and many of the other kits still sealed in original packaging, others missing original packaging but sealed in bags £100 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 334 A QUANTITY OF BOXED AND UNBOXED O GAUGE MODEL RAILWAY ITEMS, to include part boxed Hornby No.2 Special 4-4-0 locomotive and tender, No.1185, L.M.S maroon livery, 20v version, serif with black drivers and running plate, lined tender (E220), scratchbuilt steeple cab locomotive (not complete), two part boxed No.2 Pullman coaches and a boxed No.2 Brake Composite Corridor coach, No.6844, L.M.S maroon livery, a quantity of locomotive spares, etc, boxed No.2E single arm signal, a quantity of three rail track, steel rails with brass conductor rail on wooden sleepers and base, possibly by the Leeds Model Company, a quantity of parts, transformers and plastic tunnel (parcel), condition: all the rolling stock is in playworn condition with minor damage, paint loss and wear, the No.2 special locomotive has partly repainted and the tender has fatigue damage to one wheel, the celluloid windows on the Pullman coaches have become discoloured and deformed, one coach is missing a buffer, No.2 corridor coach wheels show signs of fatigue, No.2 tender and corridor coach boxes in fairly good condition, all others boxes faded or damaged £120 - £150 plus BP* Lot 335 A BOXED LIMA O GAUGE GIANT TRAIN SET, No.0309A, including class 4F locomotive, No.4547, L.M.S. black livery, (L216533) tender has been converted for three rail running, complete with rolling stock and track but missing controller, two extra boxed items of Lima O gauge rolling stock, with a boxed Hornby Railways OO gauge L.N.E.R. Heavy Goods Train Set, No.R786, including class B12 locomotive, No.8509, L.N.E.R. green livery (R866), correct rolling stock, extra track, transformer and accessories, missing power clip (4), condition: all rolling stock appears complete and in fairly good condition, OO gauge set box damaged, other boxes complete but worn £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 336 A QUANTITY OF BOXED OO GAUGE MODEL RAILWAY ITEMS, including Hornby Dublo Class R1 tank locomotive, No.31337, B.R. black livery (2206), kit built class J39 locomotive and tender, No.4818, L.N.E.R. black livery (mounted on Tri-ang/Hornby 0-60 chassis), an unbuilt BEC kits L.N.E.R. class J11 locomotive and tender, unbuilt Exley G.W.R. Suburban 3rd Brake End bogie coach kit, a quantity of unbuilt kits to include Bristol Models locomotive chassis, K’s kits, Ratio, A.B.S, Ian Kirk and Peco Wagon kits, Airfix Stephenson’s Rocket and a quantity of vintage model railway magazines, contents of kits not checked, but many still sealed in original packaging £80 - £100 plus BP*


WINE, WHISKY & SPIRITS


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 337 A COLLECTION OF WINE, CHAMPAGNE AND COGNAC, comprising a bottle of Chateau BraneCantenac Margaux 1978 Grand Cru Classe en 1855, fill level mid-shoulder, a half bottle of Chateau Rauzan Gassies Margaux 1955 2nd Grand Cru Classe en 1855, fill level low shoulder, a half bottle of Clos de Vougeot 1962 Grand Vin de Bourgogne, fill level low neck, all corks show sediment and deterioration at base, a bottle of Lanson Black Label Brut Champagne, a bottle of J. Arnaud Champagne, a bottle of DuboisCaron Champagne and a bottle of Hennessy X.O Cognac (7) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 338 A COLLECTION OF PORT AND MADEIRA, comprising a bottle of Warre’s 1963 Vintage Port, wax seal partially detached, an unknown bottle of Port/Wine and two bottles of H.M. Borges Madeira Wine, both seals intact (4) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 339 A COLLECTION OF WHISKY, WINE, RUM AND SPIRITS, comprising a bottle of Glenfiddich 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, fill level upper shoulder, seal intact, boxed, a bottle of Grant’s Ale Cask Reserve Scotch Whisky, fill level low neck, seal broken, a bottle of Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey, seal intact, two bottles of Chivas Regal Premium Scotch Whisky, a presentation box containing a bottle of Louise d’Oiseau Cabernet Sauvignon and various implements, two bottles of Californian white wines, a bottle of Cune Rioja, a Lambrini, a bottle of Tia Maria, a bottle of De Kuyper Cherry Brandy, a 1 Litre bottle of Lamb’s Navy Rum, a bottle of Appleton Jamaica Rum and two half bottles of Rum (16) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 340 A COLLECTION OF BLENDED WHISKY, comprising a bottle of Grant’s ‘The Family Reserve’, seal intact, boxed, a bottle of Bell’s Extra Special aged 8 Years, seal intact, boxed, a 1 Litre bottle of Jim Beam ‘Honey’ Bourbon, seal intact, a half bottle of Whisky bottled for Asda and ten Bell’s Wade ceramic decanters, sizes and contents vary, five sealed (14) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 341 A COLLECTION OF SPIRITS, comprising a bottle of Wood’s Old Navy Rum 100% proof, 26 2/3 fl.oz, two bottles of Mount Gay Eclipse Barbados Rum 40% vol, 70cls, a bottle of Mount Gay Premium White Rum 43% vol 1 Litre, a bottle of Cubay Anejo Rum 38% vol, 70cl, a bottle of Wodka Gorbatschow 50% vol, 1 Litre, two half bottles of Vladivar Vodka 37.5% vol, 35cl, a bottle of Grappa di Vernaccia 43gr. 0.70L, a bottle of Aalborg Taffel Akvavit 45% vol, 100cl, a bottle of Mandarine Napoleon Grande Liqueure Imperiale 38% vol, 1 Litre, a bottle of Glayva Liqueur 35% vol, 1 Litre, a bottle of Liquore Galliano 35% vol, 350ml, a bottle of of Cherry Marnier Liqueur 43% proof, 24 2/3 fl.oz, a bottle of Sabra Liqueur (Israel) 60% proof, 26 2/3 fl.oz and two bottles of sweet white wine, all seals intact (17) £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 342 A COLLECTION OF WHISKY, BEER AND SPIRITS, including a bottle of Glenmorangie Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 40% vol, 70cl, three Royal Commemorative Wade Porcelain decanters containing Bell’s Whisky 43% vol, 75cl, sealed and boxed, a Wade decanter containing 13 1/3 fl.oz of Bell’s Whisky, a bottle of Chivas Regal 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, 75% proof, 26 2/3 fl.oz, sealed and boxed, a bottle of indeterminate 8 Years Old Scotch Whisky and several small bottles of beers and spirits £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 343 A COLLECTION OF OVER ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY WHISKY ‘MINIATURES’, including approximately fifty Single Malts and approximately ninety Blended Whiskies, brands include Macallan, Springbank, Bowmore, Bruichladdich, Campbeltown, Blair Athol and Poit Dhubh from the Single Malts and Johnnie Walker, Chivas, Grant’s, Ballantines and Ainslie from the blends, most bottles seals are intact, average bottle content 5cl, also includes a leather bound hip flask £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 344 A COLLECTION OF OVER ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY WHISKY ‘MINIATURES’, including approximately sixty Single Malts and approximately eighty Blended Whiskies, brands include Macallan, Laphroaig, Bowmore, Glen Grant, Bunnahabhain, Highland Park, Clan Campbell and a BalvenieGlenlivet 108.6% proof from the Single Malts and Johnnie Walker, Haig, John Begg and the Antiquary from the blends, most bottles seals intact and twenty Single Malts are boxed, average bottle content 5cl £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 345 RARE OLD SCOTCH WHISKY, comprising two bottles of MacArthur’s Select Scotch Whisky, 70% proof, 26 2/3 fl.oz, probably 1970’s bottling, fill level low neck, seals intact (2) £30 - £50 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 346 CHARTREUSE, a bottle of L. Garnier Chartreuse depose 1969, 96% proof, 24 1/2 fl.oz, fill level low neck, seal intact £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 352 DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE VINTAGE 2008, seal intact, unboxed £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 353 DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE VINTAGE 2004, seal intact, in original presentation box, pristine condition £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 354 DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE VINTAGE 2004, seal intact, in original presentation box, pristine condition £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 347 Lot 347 TAYLOR’S SPECIAL AIR SERVICE 75TH ANNIVERSARY LBV PORT, two bottles, bottled in 2011, seals intact and boxed (2) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 355 HERMITAGE 50 YEAR OLD PETIT CHAMPAGNE GRAND CRU COGNAC, a reserve limited edition, 42% vol, 70cl, in a presentation box £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 348 DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE VINTAGE 2000, in original box £100 - £120 plus BP* Lot 349 DOM PERIGNON ROSE CHAMPAGNE VINTAGE 2005, in original presentation box £100 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 356 Lot 356 THE GLENLIVET XXV SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, a 25 Year Old which has been aged in first fill Olorosso Sherry casks, batch No.0216C, the bottle is in a beautiful presentation box £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 350 Lot 350 DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE VINTAGE 2003, seal intact, unboxed £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 351 DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE VINTAGE 2008, seal intact, unboxed £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 357 FIRST CASK 1972, a 31 Year Old Speyside Malt Whisky, distilled at the Dailuaine Distillery on the 23rd March 1972 for Direct Wines Ltd, cask No.15930, bottle No.44, fill level low neck, seal intact but the label is heavily stained £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 358 FIRST CASK 1976, a 27 Year Old Speyside Malt Whisky, distilled at the Benriach Distillery on the 23rd December 1976 for Direct Wines Ltd, cask No.9444, bottle No.610, fill level low neck, seal intact but minor staining to the label £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 364 TWO BOTTLES OF PENFOLDS GRANGE 1998 SHIRAZ, bottled 1999, 14.5% vol, 75cl, this Australian classic is dedicated to Max Schubert, ullage consistent for year (2) £300 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 359 Lot 359 FIRST CASK 1986, a 21 Year Old Speyside Malt Whisky, distilled at the Glen Elgin Distillery on the 11th September 1986 for Direct Wines Ltd, cask No.2521, bottle No.112, fill level low neck, seal intact £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 360 A COLLECTION OF WHISKY AND WINE, comprising a bottle of Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-neck, boxed, a bottle of The Tyrconnell Single Malt Irish Whiskey, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-neck, boxed and three bottles of French Red Wine comprising a Chateauneuf du Pape Domaine de Valori 2014, a Chateau Vieux Fortin Saint Emilion Grand Cru 1986 and a Chateau Cadet Terrefort Medoc Cru Artisan 2005 (5) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 365 Lot 365 TWO BOTTLES OF PENFOLDS GRANGE 1998 SHIRAZ, bottled 1999, 14.5% vol, 75cl, this Australian classic is dedicated to Max Schubert, ullage consistent for year (2) £300 - £500 plus BP* Lot 366 HENNESSY XO COGNAC, 40% vol, 1.5L, boxed £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 361 A BOTTLE OF A HIGHLY COLLECTABLE WHISKEY, which is the Middleton Very Rare Irish Whiskey 1998, in a wooden presentation box £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 362 A BOTTLE OF THE MACALLAN 25TH ANNIVERSARY MALT, distilled in 1974 and bottled in 1999, 43% vol, 70cl, fill level mid-low neck, seal intact and presented in a commemorative wooden box £1200 - £1500 plus BP* Lot 363 TWO BOTTLES OF PENFOLDS GRANGE 1998 SHIRAZ, bottled 1999, 14.5% vol, 75cl, this Australian classic is dedicated to Max Schubert, ullage consistent for year (2) £300 - £500 plus BP*

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Lot 367 Lot 367 HENNESSY PARADIS EXTRA, 70cl, a 1970’s-1980’s bottling of Hennessy’s oldest Cognac, ullage consistent for year, boxed £250 - £350 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 368 TWO BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT AND A BOTTLE OF POTCHEEN, comprising a Bowmore ‘Legend’ Islay Single Malt, 40% vol, 700ml, fill level low neck, seal intact, a Pure Islay Malt aged 10 years and bottled for Sainsbury’s, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact and a bottle of Bunratty ‘Export’ Potcheen 40% vol, 70cl, seal intact, the two Single Malts are boxed but the conditions of both boxes are poor (3) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 369 A COLLECTION OF WINE, PORT AND WHISKY, comprising one bottle of Chateau Jacques Blanc Cuvee du Maitre Saint Emilion Grand Cru 1986, one bottle of Chateau Colbert Cotes De Bourg 1979, a bottle of Chablis 1997 Domaine Pascal Bouchard, a bottle of Baron D’Ardeuil 1988 Buzet (375ml), a bottle of Smith Woodhouse ‘Old Lodge’ Tawny Port, a bottle of A.M. Costa ‘Angelica’ (a sweet wine from the Azores), a bottle of Bushmills 10 Year Old Irish Whiskey and a bottle of Prince of Wales 12 Year Old Welsh Malt Whisky (8) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 370 THREE BOTTLES OF COGNAC, comprising a bottle of Gautier XO Gold & Blue, 40% vol, 70cl, boxed, a bottle of Cognac Prunier V.S. 40% vol and a bottle of Courvoisier V.S. 40% vol, 70cl, all seals intact (3) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 371 FIVE BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE, comprising a bottle of Champagne Beaumet Brut Vintage 1995, a bottle of Champagne Beaumet Bru Vintage 1998, a bottle of Champagne Beaumet Grand Cru Brut 1988 (box of three), a bottle of Champagne Beaumet Cuvee Rose Brut and a bottle of Taittinger Brut Reserve, all seals intact (5) £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 372 A COLLECTION OF ONE HUNDRED FIFTY WHISKY MINIATURES, including twenty one Single Malts and one hundred and thirty Blended Whiskies, brands include Highland Park, George & J.G. Smith’s Glenlivet, Springbank, Strathisla-Glenlivet, MortlachGlenlivet, Tamnavulin-Glenlivet, Glendronach, Auhentoshan and Bowmore from the Single Malts and Glen Calder, White Horse, Black & White, Mackinlay’s, Queen Anne’, Cutty Sark, John Begg, Dewar’s, Ballantine’s and Lang’s from the blends, many of the Whiskies were bottled in the 1960’s1970’s, most bottles 4-5cl, some ceramics and ‘Matches’ miniatures included in the total £120 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 373 A COLLECTION OF ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY WHISKY MINIATURES, including twenty one Single Malts and one hundred and thirty blended Whiskies, brands include Highland Park, George & J.G. Smith’s Glenlivet, Macallan-Glenlivet, Strathisla, Ardbeg, Paddy, Scapa, Glen Scotia, Cardhu and Dufftown Glenlivet from the Single Malts and Dimple, Lang’s, Buchan’s, Johnnie Walker, King George IV, White Horse, Whyte & Mackays, Yates Brothers, Glen Calder and Bushmills from the blends, many of the Whiskies were bottled in the 1960’s-1970’s, most bottles 4-5cl, some ceramic and ‘Matches’ miniatures included in the total £120 - £150 plus BP* Lot 374 A COLLECTION OF WINE, CHAMPAGNE AND COGNAC, comprising five bottles of Chateuneuf du Pape, ‘Cellier des Princes’ 1991, Domaine Pape Gregoire 1991 (blanc), Reserve de la Petite Bastide 1993, Cuvee du Vatican 1997, Saint Clementin 2003, Louis Bernard 2003, a bottle of House of Commons No.1 Claret, a bottle of Belle Maison Claret ‘The Berliner’, a bottle of Harveys No.1 Claret 1985, a bottle of Gamage Bordeaux 1990 produced for the Sunday Times Wine Club, a bottle of ‘Royal Hospital Chelsea’ Merlot from Germany and two bottles of Champagne, a La Belle Idee Vranken Brut and a Roche Lacour 2005 (13) £100 - £140 plus BP* Lot 375 A COLLECTION OF VINTAGE AND NON-VINTAGE PORT, comprising a bottle of Dow’s 10 Year Old, bottled in 1998, a bottle of House of Commons Vintage Character Port, produced and bottled by Fonseca Guimaraens, a bottle of Ferreira Dona Antonia Reserve (boxed), a bottle of Cockburn’s LBV 1987, a bottle of Barros Tawny Port (boxed), a bottle of Cockburn’s White Port and a bottle of EOS Paso Robles Zinfandel Port 1998 (7) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 376 A COLLECTION OF VINTAGE AND NON-VINTAGE PORT, comprising a bottle of Croft 1982 Vintage, a bottle of Fonseca Guimaraens Vintage Port, a Special Commemorative bottling for the Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers 75th Anniversary 1942-2017, bottle No.290, in a wooden presentation box, a bottle of highly rated Burmester 1985 LBV, bottled in 1989 (boxed), a bottle of Graham’s 10 Year Old Tawny Port in a presentation cartoon, a bottle of Osborne White Port and a bottle of Eos Paso Robles Zinfandel Port 1998 (6) £100 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 377 TWO BOTTLES OF SCOTCH WHISKY AND A BOTTLE OF COGNAC, comprising a bottle of Glenmorangie 10 Year Old Single Malt, 43% vol, 1 Litre (boxed), a bottle of House of Commons 12 Year Old Scotch Whisky bottled by James Buhanan and a bottle of Remy Martin Fine Champagne V.S.O.P. Cognac (boxed) (Please note that the cork in the Glenmorangie has been broken and a small amount of evaporation has occurred) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 378 TWO BOTTLES OF SINGLE MALT, comprising The Glenlivet Pure Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 12 Years, distilled by George & J.G. Smith, 40% vol, 75cl, presented in a ‘Classic Golf Course of Scotland Turnberry’ presentation tin and a Glen Moray Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old, 43% vol, 75cl, presented in a ‘Scotland’s Historic Highland Regiments - The Highland Light Infantry’ presentation tin, both seals are intact £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 379 A BOTTLE OF LAGAVULIN SINGLE ISLAY MALT WHISKY, aged 16 Years, from The White Horse Distillers, 43% vol, 1 Litre, fill level mid-low neck, seal intact, boxed (2) £100 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 382 Lot 382 LOCH DHU ‘THE BLACK WHISKY’, a bottle of the 10 Year aged Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact £100 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 380 A BOTTLE OF CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD PAUILLAC 2015, pristine condition £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 383 LOCH DHU ‘THE BLACK WHISKY’, a bottle of the 10 Year aged Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 40% vol, 70cl, fill level low neck, seal intact £100 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 381 WHYTE & MACKAY ‘THE ROYAL WEDDING’, a bottle of the 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky specially distilled to commemorate The Royal Wedding of The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer on the 29th July 1981, the bottle is in the original presentation box £30 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 384 BOWMORE BICENTENARY 1779-1979 ISLAY SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, a limited edition bottling produced for the bicentenary of Bowmore, bottle No.9775, presented in a wooden box with a certificate of authenticity, 43% vol, 75cl £1500 - £2000 plus BP*


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DECORATIVE PICTURES


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 385 MACKENZIE THORPE (BRITISH 1956), ‘Salty’, a stylised dog in a boat, a limited edition print, 239/395, signed and titled to the lower margin, mounted, framed and glazed, approximate image size 45cm x 45cm (condition: no certificate, small chip to the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 386 MACKENZIE THORPE (BRITISH 1956), ‘Wishes On The Wind’, a stylised figure with a stylised dog, a limited edition artists proof print, 6/8, signed and titled to the lower margin, mounted, framed and glazed, approximate image size 45cm x 50cm (condition: no certificate, frame chipped to bottom left corner) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 387 SIDNEY NOLAN (AUSTRALIAN / BRITISH 19171992), ‘First-Class Marksman’, a limited edition lithographic print from the Ned Kelly Series, 28/60, signed to the lower margin, artist’s biography verso, mounted, framed and glazed, approximate image size 46cm x 63cm (condition: the print appears to have been glued to the mount, residue is visible to the bottom of the print, frame marked in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 389 ADRIAN RYAN (BRITISH 1920-1998), ‘Honfleur’, fishing boats in the harbour, watercolour and pencil on paper, signed bottom left, titled and dated 30.6.96 top left, mounted, framed and glazed, approximate size of image 19cm x 26cm, together with a Continental landscape by the same hand, watercolour, signed bottom right, titled 15-6-85 top right, indistinctly titled top left, mounted, framed and glazed, approximate size of image 26cm x 19cm (2) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 390 ADRIAN RYAN (BRITISH 1920-1998), ‘Vines and Olives, Tuscany’, an Italian landscape, watercolour and pencil on paper, signed and dated (19)77 bottom right, titled verso, mounted, framed and glazed, approximate image size 19cm x 26cm, together with ‘House in Tuscany’, an Italian landscape watercolour and pencil on paper by the same hand, signed and dated (19)77 lower right, mounted, framed and glazed, approximate image size 19cm x 27cm (2) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 391 Lot 391 CHARLES WYATT WARREN (BRITISH 1908-1993), ‘Snowden From Fachwen’, a Welsh Autumnal landscape, oil on board, signed bottom right, artist and title labels verso, framed, approximate image size 23cm x 54cm (condition: two small areas of paint flaking in the sky) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 388 Lot 388 BRENDA KING (BRITISH 1934-2011), ‘Thameside’ children playing on the foreshore, workers cottages behind, oil on board, signed and dated 1975 bottom right, signed and titled to the frame verso, framed, approximate image size 24cm x 29cm (condition: painting is in good condition, two of the joints of the frame are separating) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 392 JAMES LAWRENCE ISHERWOOD (BRITISH 19171989), ‘Sky Over St Neots’, a landscape in the modernist style, oil on board, signed lower left, titled and priced in Guineas verso, unframed, approximate image size 30cm x 41cm, together with ‘Epping’, a landscape, oil on board by the same hand, unsigned, titled verso, unframed, approximate image size 41cm x 30.5cm (2) (Provenance: the works were given to the vendor by Isherwood as a thank you gesture for storing Isherwoods paintings in his room at Oxford College during a tour in November 1969 (condition: some paint loss to the corners and edges of the paintings) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £600 - £800 plus BP*


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Lot 392 Lot 393 REBECCA LARDNER (BRITISH 1971), ‘Home Port’, fishing boats and cottages in a harbour, acrylic on canvas, signed lower right, personalised inscription, signature and seagull drawing verso, framed, approximate image size 50cm x 100cm (condition: painting is in very good condition, small chip to the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £800 - £1000 plus BP* Lot 394 REX FLOOD (BRITISH 1928-2009), ‘Cheetahs’, a study of the Big Cats overlooking the African Savanna, signed lower right, acrylic on board, mounted, framed and glazed, approximate image size 49cm x 73cm (condition: painting has no issues, small chip to the frame) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 395 KERRY DARLINGTON (BRITISH 1974), ‘Peacock Feathers’, an early example of Darlingtons work, acrylic on canvas, signed and dated (20)05 to right side of the box canvas, with a signed and titled certificate, approximate image size 180cm x 39cm (condition: good condition) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £500 - £600 plus BP* Lot 396 DAVID PORTEOUS-BUTLER (BRITISH 1945), ‘Stormy Off Anglesey’, a coastal landscape, oil on board, initialled bottom right, artist title label verso, framed, approximately 50cm x 65cm (condition: small chips and dirty marks to the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £300 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 397 Lot 397 EMMA S. DAVIS (SCOTTISH 1975), ‘Purple Glow’, a coastal landscape, oil on board, signed bottom right, signed and titled verso, framed and glazed, approximately 44cm x 44cm (condition: dirty marks to the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 398 TIMMY MALLETT (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Dusk on The Mall’, taxis on the road to Buckingham Palace, oil on board, signed bottom right, framed, approximately 19cm x 29cm (condition: frame badly damaged to the bottom rail) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 399 TODD WHITE (AMERICAN 1969), ‘Feather in Her Cap’, a limited edition print on board, hand embellished, 86/95, monogram lower left, no certificate, framed, approximately 91cm x 46cm (condition: chip to the back corner of the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 401 Lot 401 SHERREE VALENTINE DAINES (BRITISH 1959), ‘The White Dress’, a three quarter length study of a female figure wearing a dress, oil on board, initialled bottom right, framed, approximately 34cm x 19cm (condition: some losses to the gilt on the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £1500 - £2000 plus BP*

Lot 400 TERRI HALLMAN (AMERICAN 1962), ‘Apples’, an abstract portrait painted in her trademark style, acrylic on board, signed bottom right, framed, approximately 60cm x 60cm (condition: good condition) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 402 TIMMY MALLET (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Magical Evening’, an impressionistic sunset over a river, oil on board, signed bottom left, framed, approximately 49cm x 75cm (condition: small amount of damage to bottom corner edges of the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 403 PAUL NORMANSELL (BRITISH 1978), ‘Elvis Presley’, a head and shoulders portrait of the music legend, acrylic on aluminium, initialled bottom right, signed verso, framed, approximately 68cm x 48cm (condition: small scratch to paint near the top right corner, small specks of paint loss in a couple of other places, light scratches to the face area of the aluminium) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 404 PETER J. RODGERS (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Broadway Lights, New York’, a rainy evening cityscape, watercolour on paper, signed bottom right, framed and glazed, approximately 68cm x 49cm (condition: scratches and dents to the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 405 CSILLA ORBAN (HUNGARY 1961), ‘Grand Canal, Venice’, a cityscape of the Italian cities canal, acrylic on canvas, signed bottom right, framed, approximately 76cm x 102cm (condition: small dents to the edges of the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 406 TIMMY MALLET (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Night Time Phonebox’, a townscape of colourful houses and a phonebox illuminated by a street lamp, oil on board, signed bottom left, framed, approximately 59cm x 75cm (condition: slight damage to the corner edges of the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 408 PAUL NORMANSELL (BRITISH 1978), ‘Cameras Ready, Prepare To Flash’, a portrait of a female model, acrylic on aluminium, initialled bottom right, signed verso, framed and glazed, approximately 68cm x 46cm (condition: this piece is marked as a second verso, there are small blemishes to the aluminium surface) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 409 TOM BARRON (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Atlantic Shore III’, a Scottish coastal landscape, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, framed, approximately 60cm x 90cm (condition: paint chipped to corner edges of the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 410 EMMA S. DAVIS (SCOTTISH 1975), ‘Chinwag’, a still life table setting, mixed media on canvas, signed bottom right, signed and titled verso, framed, approximately 75cm x 75cm (condition: a piece of paper has lifted towards the top right corner, dirty marks to the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 411 TIMMY MALLETT (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Bluebell Heaven’, a woodland landscape, oil on canvas, signed top right, framed, approximately 50cm x 74cm (condition: slight damage to corner edges of the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 412 DANIELLE O’CONNOR AKIYAMA (CANADIAN 1957), ‘License To Love’, stylised blossoms and foliage, glazed acrylic on canvas, monogrammed lower left, signed verso, framed, approximately 76cm x 148cm (condition: some yellowing to the glaze) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 407 Lot 407 ROB HEFFERAN (BRITISH 1968), ‘The City By Night’, a study of two lovers in a classic car, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, framed, approximately 75cm x 57cm (condition: slight damage to corner edges of the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £500 - £600 plus BP*

Lot 413 MACKENZIE THORPE (BRITISH 1956), ‘Sunday Best’, figure dressed in black, wearing sparkly red shoes, a limited edition, hand embellished print, 16/295, signed to lower margin, with certificate, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 72cm x 68cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 415 JEN ALLEN (BRITISH 1979), ‘Robert De Niro’, a portrait of the iconic film star, acrylic on canvas, signed lower left, framed, approximately 101cm x 101cm (condition: frame damaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 416 PAUL KARSLAKE (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘A Very Private Affair’, a portrait of a young Brigitte Bardot, airbrush/acrylic embellished on canvas, signed bottom right, with ‘Diamond Dust’ highlights, framed, approximately 99cm x 99cm (condition: good condition) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 414 Lot 414 DOUG HYDE (BRITISH 1972), ‘Is It A Bird ? Is It A Plane ?’, a figure dressed as Superman, a limited edition print, 71/95, signed to lower margin, with certificate, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 53cm x 65cm (condition: good condition) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 417 JULIE ANN SCOTT (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Crispy Morning’, stylised foliage blowing in the breeze, acrylic on canvas, signed bottom right, signed and titled verso, framed, approximately 122cm x 152cm (condition: small amount of damage to the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 418 FABIAN PEREZ (ARGENTINIAN 1967), ‘Black and Classic’, a study of a male figure sitting in a classic car, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, signed and titled verso, framed, approximately 40cm x 50cm (condition: small amount of paint loss to the bottom right corner to the frame) £2000 - £3000 plus BP*

Lot 419 FABIAN PEREZ (ARGENTINIAN 1967), ‘Darya in a Car with Lipstick’, a study of a female figure sitting in a classic car, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, signed and titled verso, framed, approximately 50cm x 40cm (condition: small amounts of paint loss to corner edges of the frame) £2000 - £3000 plus BP*

Lot 419

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Lot 425 Lot 420 MAURICE MAN (BRITISH 1921-1997), a study of a female figure reading a book, oil stick on board, initialled bottom left, artist label verso, framed, approximately 46cm x 30cm, together with a portrait of a female figure, oil stick on board, by the same hand, artist label verso, framed, approximately 46cm x 30cm (2) (condition: the artwork is in good condition, the frames are chipped in places and dirty) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 421 J.P. GUILLOTEAU (20TH CENTURY), a dirt road winding through a rural landscape, trees to the left, open fields to the right, oil on canvas, signed to bottom right, framed, approximately 48cm x 72cm (condition: there is crazing to the paint areas of paint loss to the sky) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 422 GRAHAM ILLINGWORTH (BRITISH 1953), ‘The Compromise Reached, The Reality Obtained’, an artist proof of two figures wearing Japanese style robes, silkscreen print, signed lower right, mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 56cm x 76cm (condition: small chips to the corner edges of the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 423 BARBARA MITCHELL (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘Kingfisher’, a male Kingfisher bringing a fish back to a waiting female, surrounded by foliage, oil on board, signed bottom right, Halcyon Gallery label verso, framed, approximately 59cm x 89cm (condition: the frame is marked in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 424 BARBARA MITCHELL (BRITISH CONTEMPORARY), ‘View From My Window’, a bird feeder is visited by Blue Tits, Finches, a Robin, a Dove, a Squirrel and various insects, oil on board, signed lower left, Halcyon Gallery label verso, framed, approximately 54cm x 83cm (condition: the frame is marked in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 425 L.S. LOWRY, R.A, (BRITISH 1887-1976), ‘The Football Match’, a monochrome limited edition print, 736/850, signed and numbered in pencil to the lower margin with publisher’s blind stamp, reframed and mounted, visible image approximately 26.5cm x 36cm (condition: the print has an age related sepia tinge, the new mount has revealed the original colour along the lower margin of the print) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £1500 - £2000 plus BP*


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Lot 426 Lot 426 IVAN TAYLOR (BRITISH 1946), ‘Lichfield Sunshine’, a view of Lichfield from the West, the Cathedral in the distance, oil on board, signed bottom right, artist title label verso, approximately 59cm x 89cm (condition: small losses to the paint of the frame at the corner edges) £250 - £300 plus BP* Lot 427 BRIAN DAVIES (BRITISH 1942-2014), a still life study of fruit comprising a peach, plums and grapes, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, Unicorn Gallery of Wilmslow, Cheshire label verso, framed, approximately 24cm x 19cm (condition: undamaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 428 BRIAN DAVIES (BRITISH 1942-2014), a still life study of fruit and a German hock glass, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, Unicorn Gallery label verso, framed, approximately 24.5cm x 19cm (condition: undamaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 429 REGGIE KRAY (1933-2000), two Christmas cards signed by Kray, sent to James Fallon and his family, both cards are stuck to a page from a sketch pad, the verso has a dedication reading ‘3rd Dec 1989, The Most Courageous Boy in The World, James Fallon, God Bless, Affection, Your Friend Reg Kray xxxx’ £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 430 REGGIE KRAY (1933-2000), a crayon on paper drawing of a sailor, his boat to the distance, signed bottom right, unframed, approximately 17.5cm x 25cm, the drawing was originally part of a sketch book sent to a young boy called James Fallon, dated 3rd Dec 1989 (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 431 Lot 431 REGGIE KRAY (1933-2000), a crayon on paper drawing of a cowboy wearing a stetson, signed lower right, unframed, approximately 17.5cm x 25cm, the drawing was originally part of a sketch book sent to a young boy called James Fallon, dated 3rd Dec 1989 (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 432 REGGIE KRAY (1933-2000), a crayon drawing of a boxer under a spotlight, signed lower right, unframed, approximately 17.5cm x 25cm, the drawing was originally part of a sketch book sent to a young boy called James Fallon, dated 3rd Dec 1989 (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 433 REGGIE KRAY (1933-2000), a crayon drawing of a landscape with mountains to the distance, signed lower right, unframed, approximately 17.5cm x 25cm, the drawing was originally part of a sketch book sent to a young boy called James Fallon, dated 3rd Dec 1989 (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 434 REGGIE KRAY (1933-2000), a crayon drawing of a sailing boat on the water, signed lower right, unframed, approximately 17.5cm x 25cm, the drawing was originally part of a sketch book sent to a young boy called James Fallon, dated 3rd Dec 1989 (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 435 REGGIE KRAY (1933-2000), a crayon drawing of a boxing match under a spotlight (Ronnie and Reggie ?), signed lower right, unframed, approximately 17.5cm x 25cm, the drawing was originally part of a sketch book sent to a young boy called James Fallon, dated 3rd Dec 1989 (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Michael Gilbery A COMPREHENSIVE COLLECTION OF WORKS BY THE LATE PORTRAIT ARTIST MICHAEL GILBERY goes under the

hammer with Richard Winterton Auctioneers in March. Michael Gilbery (1913-2000, born Goldberg) first gained recognition when, aged just 17, his portrait of his father was hung in the Royal Academy and was hailed a triumph by a number of leading critics. Richard Winterton’s Fine Arts & Specialist Sale on March 24-25 at The Lichfield Auction Centre features dozens of Gilbery’s portraits, nudes and landscapes across more than 40 lots in the form of pencil sketches and unfinished works to fully-realised paintings. Quite why Gilbery left so many works in an incomplete state remains a mystery to his family, who have consigned the items for sale. But the puzzle merely adds depth to a stunning collection which sums up the artist’s progression from college portfolio to accomplished professional. After leaving school he gained a scholarship to St Martin’s School of Art and, later, the Royal College of Art where he studied under the likes of Roland Pitchforth, Sir William Rothenstein and Gilbert Spencer. Gilbery’s talent for portraiture was also noted during his time at the Royal College of Art. Percy Horton, another of his tutors, wrote: “Mr Goldberg is an able draughtsman and a powerful and solid painter… perhaps Mr Goldberg’s chief ability however lies in the direction of portraiture where he has shown real accomplishment – a facility for obtaining a likeness combined with a lively and sympathetic handling.” After leaving college, he was commissioned to paint The Royal Historic Cavalcade for George VI’s coronation. The murals covered the department store Swears and Wells and included a 50ft centrepiece of St George and the Dragon, described in the press at the time as ‘one of the sensations of the Coronation’. Throughout his life, Gilbery made a living from portrait commissions and must have painted hundreds if not thousands of faces. He also continued exhibiting at the Royal Academy, Royal Society of Portrait Painters and the New English Art Club among others. Roger Bilder, whose twice-widowed mother was married by Michael, himself widowed, in their latter years in the mid-1980s, described the artist as “a delightful man”.

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“I honestly don’t know why he left so many pictures unfinished,” he said. “Perhaps because so many of them were portraits and the sitter pulled out? It is something of a mystery.” Less of a mystery was Michael’s change by deed poll from his birthname Goldberg to Gilbery. “He was among a lot of people with German-sounding names during the Second World War changed them – the ironic thing of course is a good many of them were Jewish,” added Mr Bilder. Gilbery had gained recognition for his Jewish scenes, some of which were exhibited at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1932; indeed some of his work is now in the permanent collection of the Tel Aviv Museum. A self-portrait marketed in this sale depicts him wearing a Tallit, the Jewish Prayer Shawl, but he was not by nature a religious man. Gilbery died in 2000 after a number of years in declining health following a stroke. An official website dedicated to Gilbery to provide information on him and his art has been set up at www.michaelgilbery.co.uk. David Fergus, modern pictures specialist at Richard Winterton Auctioneers, said: “It’s not often you get the chance to see the whole range of an artist’s work from art school to accomplished professional artist. “It was obvious from a young age that he was an exceptional talent – there’s real a flair and the detail is extraordinary. “This collection includes the whole gamut of portrait styles and fashion from the late 1930s to the early 1970s – it’s a social document as well as a personal one of an artist. “There’s also a collection of landscapes which he appeared to have done as a hobby throughout his travels through Europe. “One painting in particular, I referenced the internet to confirm the spelling and was surprised to see from a recent photo that the village is unchanged today apart from the addition of a street sign – that’s the only difference.”


MICHAEL GILBERY


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 441 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Bill Morrison’, a half length portrait of a seated gentleman wearing a jacket and cravat, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, Royal Society of Portrait Painters label verso, approximately 75cm x 62cm (condition: dirty marks to canvas, frame dirty and marked in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 439

Lot 436 Lot 436 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Fraulein Astrid Strauch’, a portrait of a seated young woman, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)66 bottom right, Royal Society of Portrait Painters label verso, ornate gilt frame, approximately 90cm x 59cm (condition: scratch to the painting lower left edge, losses to the decoration on the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 439 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a three quarter length portrait of a seated young woman, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, framed, approximately 74cm x 62cm (condition: the canvas is holed in two places to the upper right corner, the frame has been reused and has a Gilbery label for a townscape verso and has some damage) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 437 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Maurice Barratt’, a half length portrait of a seated man holding a book, oil on canvas, signed to bottom right, title label verso, framed, approximately 75cm x 63cm, frame has labels verso from previous use (condition: painting in good condition) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 438 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Jack’, a head and shoulders portrait of a gentleman wearing a black sweater, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, artist’s title label verso, gilt framed, approximately 44cm x 34cm (condition: the painting is in good condition, some losses to the gilding in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 440 Lot 440 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a three quarter length portrait of a seated lady, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)47, framed, approximately 74cm x 62cm (condition: painting is in good condition, frame has losses to the paint) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 442 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a half length portrait of a seated young man wearing a brown leather jacket, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, unframed, approximately 91cm x 61cm (condition: small loss of paint and cracks in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 443 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a half length portrait of a seated young woman wearing a green dress, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)69 bottom right, unframed, approximately 91cm x 61cm (condition: small loss of paint near to signature) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 444


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 444 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a half length portrait of a seated young woman wearing a flowery blouse, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)67 bottom left, approximately 76cm x 51cm (condition: dirty marks to the paint in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 445 STUDIO OF MICHAEL GILBERY, a full length portrait of a seated artist holding a paint brush, oil on canvas, possibly a self portrait by Gilbery, unsigned, unframed, approximately 114cm x 84cm (condition: scratches to the paint near to top right corner, marks to the paint in some other places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 446 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a head and shoulders self portrait of the artist wearing a Jewish prayer garment called a tallit, oil on canvas, the canvas is backed by another portrait of an unknown sitter, signed Goldberg which is Gilbery’s birth name, unframed, approximately 77cm x 58cm (condition: scratches and paint loss in places to both images) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 447

Lot 447 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Doris’, a three quarter length portrait of a seated young girl wearing a tartan dress, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)47 bottom left, artist label verso, gilt frame, approximately 66cm x 50cm, incorrect size frame (condition: dirty marks to paint surface) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 448 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Irene’, a three quarter length portrait of a seated young woman wearing a cerise pink dress, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)68 bottom right, Royal Society Portrait Painters label with title verso, framed, approximately 90cm x 60cm (condition: white mark to the legs of the sitter, stains to the frame, joints require attention) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 449 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a three quarter length portrait of a seated lady, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)55, partial label verso, gilt framed, approximately 90cm x 70cm (condition: small areas of paint loss towards the bottom of the painting, losses to the moulded decoration of the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 450 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Juliet Wheatcroft’, a portrait of a seated young woman wearing a black roll neck jumper, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, title label and Royal Society of Portrait Painters labels verso, gilt framed, approximately 80cm x 65cm (condition: small pin hole towards top edge of canvas, frame damaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 451 Lot 451 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Christine’, a three quarter length portrait of a seated young woman wearing a coral bead necklace, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, titled verso, framed, approximately 80cm x 65cm (condition: small areas of paint loss to the skirt, white paint splashes in places, frame joints and fabric require some attention) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 452 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a half length portrait of a lady wearing a coat with fur collar, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)66 bottom right, framed, approximately 90cm x 60cm (condition: dirty marks to the canvas, small areas of paint loss to the collar, dirty marks to the frame, losses to the gilding in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 453 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Miss Rosamund Steed’, a portrait of a woman reclining whilst reading a book with a cat on her lap, possibly of the artist with the same name, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, Royal Society of Portrait Painters label and title label verso, framed, approximately 70cm x 90cm (condition: dirty marks to the painting, losses to the paint on the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 454 MICHAEL GILBERY (GOLDBERG) (BRITISH 1913-2000), a portrait of a seated gentleman wearing a suit, signed Goldberg, oil on canvas, dated (19)39, signature overpainted, unframed, approximately 76cm x 58cm (condition: canvas is stretched near the gentleman’s ear) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 461 STUDIO OF MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a pair of figure studies of a semi-nude male and nude female, oil on canvas, unsigned, unframed, approximately 61cm x 41cm and 61cm x 46cm (2) (condition: no significant damage to either painting) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 455 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a half length portrait of a seated young man wearing a green kaftan shirt, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)70 bottom right, framed, approximately 75cm x 62cm (condition: remnants of paper label stuck to painting lower right, painting marked by the frame lower right, painting is loose in the frame, some damage and paint loss to the ornate gilt frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 462 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a head and shoulders portrait of a male figure, signed and dated (19)45, unframed, oil on canvas, approximately 46cm x 35cm, together with a portrait of a male figure ‘Fritz’, oil on canvas, unsigned, title label verso probably by the same hand, unframed, approximately 51cm x 40cm (2)(condition: some fading to signed painting, some staining to unsigned painting) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 456 STUDIO OF MICHAEL GILBERY, a full length study of a semi-nude man, oil on canvas, unsigned, approximately 76cm x 51cm (condition: paint loss in places, the canvas does not fit the top right corner of the stretcher) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 457 MICHAEL GILBERY (GOLDBERG) (BRITISH 1913-2000), a full length study of a female nude, oil on canvas, signed and dated Goldberg (19)35, unframed, approximately 76cm x 51cm (condition: some paint loss to the edges, a number label is stuck near the top left corner) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 458 Lot 458 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a three quarter length portrait of a seated female farm worker, oil on board, signed and dated (19)47 bottom left, framed, approximately 50cm x 40cm (condition: painting is loose in the frame, frame joints are separating) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 459 STUDIO OF MICHAEL GILBERY, a head and shoulders portrait of an artist holding a palette, oil on canvas, unsigned, Exhibition labels verso do not relate to the portrait, framed, approximately 65cm x 50cm (condition: hole to the canvas across the thumb, frame damaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 460 STUDIO OF MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a head and shoulders portrait of a male figure, oil on canvas laid on board, unsigned, framed, approximately 45cm x 30cm (condition: small hole and paint loss in places, picture is loose in the frame, frame damaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 463 STUDIO OF MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a three quarter length portrait of a seated female figure, oil on canvas, unsigned, unframed, approximately 61cm x 51cm, together with a head and shoulders portrait of a bearded gentleman, oil on canvas, unsigned, unframed, approximately 61cm x 51cm (2) (condition: dirty marks in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 464 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Nude Study’, a pencil and charcoal study, signed and dated (19)36, mounted and framed, approximately 47cm x 36cm, together with an unfinished male nude, oil on canvas, unsigned, an unfinished female nude on the back of a canvas and an overpainted male nude, oil on canvas, all probably by the same hand (4) (condition: there is damage to all four pieces) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 465 STUDIO OF MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a head and shoulders portrait of Michael Gilbery, oil on canvas, unsigned but in his style, unframed, approximately 45cm x 35cm (condition: some paint loss in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 466 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a portrait of a seated female figure wearing a fur coat, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)70, unframed, approximately 92cm x 60cm (condition: small amount of paint loss at the top of the head) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 468 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Watersmeet Valley, North Devon’, a woodland landscape with stream to the foreground, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, artist label verso, framed, approximately 60cm x 50cm (condition: approximately 1cm tear to the canvas, paint chipped to the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 469 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Olive Groves, Mallorca’, a Spanish landscape, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, artist label verso, framed, approximately 50cm x 60cm (condition: 1cm hole and associated paint loss near the top left corner, frame damaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 470 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a winter’s day on a suburban street, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, framed, approximately 50cm x 60cm (condition: patched repair to the sky, frame damaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £70 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 467

Lot 467 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Pine Trees’, a Continental view across a bay, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)49 lower left, artist’s label verso, framed, approximately 60cm x 50cm (condition: some damage to frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 471 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘The Pool’, a forested landscape featuring a pool of water, oil on board, signed and dated (19)48, artist label verso, framed, approximately 60cm x 45cm (condition: painting loose in frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 472 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Cala MajorMallorca’, a Spanish coastal landscape across a bay, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)49 bottom left, artist’s label and Ernest, Brown and Phillips Gallery label verso, framed, approximately 50cm x 60cm (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £70 - £90 plus BP* Lot 473 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Italian Landscape’, an Italian village overlooking olive trees, oil on board, signed and dated (19)48, Royal Institute of Oil Painters label verso, framed, approximately 48cm x 60cm, together with a Continental olive grove landscape, oil on board, signed bottom left, framed, approximately 50cm x 60cm (2) (condition: dirty marks to both paintings, frames damaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 474 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Pietrasanta, Northern Italy’, a rural Italian village, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, unframed, approximately 63cm x 76cm, together with a British winter townscape, oil on canvas, unsigned but probably by the same hand, framed approximately 62cm x 75cm (2) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 475 STUDIO OF MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), two Continental village scenes, unsigned but probably by Gilbery, the first is an oil on board, framed, approximately 50cm x 40cm, the second is an oil on canvas, framed, approximately 44cm x 31cm (2) (condition: some damage to both frames) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 476 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a landscape with boat houses on a lake to the foreground, a hillside and mountains behind, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, unframed, approximately 63cm x 76cm, together with a rural landscape with houses visible through trees, oil on canvas, unsigned but probably by the same hand, framed, approximately 61cm x 75cm (2) (condition: remains of paper labels to both pictures, unsigned picture has two holes to the left side) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 477 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Como’, a townscape of the Italian town on the lake, oil on board, signed bottom left, framed, approximately 40cm x 50cm, together with a winter view across British gardens, oil on canvas, unsigned, unframed, approximately 46cm x 60cm and a still life of a vase and twigs, oil on canvas, unsigned, unframed, approximately 56cm x 46cm, both probably by the same hand (3) (condition: Como is warped in the frame, frame is damaged, winter has paint loss to the edges of the canvas) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 478 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a Continental village surrounded by hills, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, framed, approximately 59cm x 72cm (condition: painting is very dirty, frame is damaged) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 479 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘Mallorca’, a Spanish landscape, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, title label verso, framed, approximately 50cm x 60cm, together with a study of figures working, oil on canvas, signed Goldberg to stretcher, unframed, approximately 64cm x 45cm and a figural group in a barn, oil on canvas, unsigned, unframed, approximately 76cm x 57cm (3) (condition: the landscape is dirty, frame is damaged, the workers has paint loss in places, the barn picture is badly damaged in places) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 480 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a British town at the foot of a hill range, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, framed, approximately 59cm x 74cm (condition: picture and frame are dirty) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 481 (part) Lot 481 STUDIO OF MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a still life study of mixed flowers in a vase, oil on canvas, unsigned, framed, approximately 50cm x 60cm, together with an unfinished still life study of flowers in a vase, oil on canvas, unsigned, framed, approximately 50cm x 50cm and a still life study of onions and kitchen equipment, oil on canvas, unsigned, framed, approximately 49cm x 59cm (3) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 482 (part) Lot 482 ATTRIBUTED TO MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), a collection of Art School drawings and sketches to include life studies, portraits and still life etc, mediums include pencil, charcoal, pastels, smallest approximately 10cm x 19cm, largest approximately 56cm x 38cm (parcel) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 483 Lot 483 MICHAEL GILBERY (BRITISH 1913-2000), ‘The Old Italian Dress’, a full length portrait of a seated female figure wearing a silk and lace trimmed dress, oil on canvas, signed bottom left, artist’s label verso, pierced wooden frame with electric light overhead, approximately 110cm x 86cm (condition: some losses to the frame) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £400 - £500 plus BP* Lots 484-500 NO LOTS


THE RESIDUAL CONTENTS OF CHATEAU DE CORBIERES, GRUYERE DISTRICT, SWITZERLAND


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Lot 501 Lot 501 AN 18TH/19TH CENTURY CHINESE ELM AND RATTAN RECTANGULAR OPIUM BED, lacks canopy and superstructure, on four shaped legs, more recently used as a coffee table, width 122cm x length 219cm x height 52cm (condition: in need of some restoration, with chips and losses to the frame, the rattan top has some staining and holes) £400 - £600 plus BP* Lot 502 A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE HARDWOOD TABLE TOP CABINETS, bone gallery fronts above a pair of glazed doors, two drawers and a pair of cupboard doors, width 42cm x depth 21cm x height 75.5cm (2) (condition: one has three loose bone gallery sections, the same cabinet has a loose hinge to each of the glazed doors, the other cabinet has a cracked glass panel and a broken cabinet door, some restoration required to both, glass doors have glued hand made paper on them) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 503 Lot 503 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CREAM LEATHER UPHOLSTERED SETTLE, on block and baluster turned stretchers, width 147cm x depth 56cm x height 117.5cm (condition: upholstery is stained, wooden frame has woodworm damage and some losses/wear) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 504 Lot 504 A 19TH CENTURY PAINTED CANVAS FOUR FOLD SCREEN, the top of serpentine form, metal studded along the edge, decorated with Chinoiserie scenes of figures in landscapes to one side only, the reverse open or fabric covered, each panel width approximately 55cm x height 168.5cm (condition: all four panels have holes and paint loss, structurally sound) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 505 A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY KOREAN METAL MOUNTED STAINED SOFTWOOD CHESTS, each fitted with an arrangement of seven drawers of various sizes and a cupboard door enclosing a further three small drawers, fitted with side handles, two sets of three keys, width 69.5cm x depth 38cm x height 71.5cm (2) (condition: both chests have surface scratches and rusting to the metal mounts) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 506 Lot 506 A 20TH CENTURY KOREAN ELM AND METAL MOUNTED CABINET, the double doors enclosing eighteen drawers, the base with three further small deep drawers, three handles to each side, width 76.5cm x depth 45.4cm x height 91.5cm (condition: some surface scratches, one drawer handle missing, metal work has some pitting and rusting) £80 - £120 plus BP*


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Lot 511 Lot 507 A 20TH CENTURY KOREAN RED PAINTED AND IRON BOUND SIDE CABINET, fitted with a long drawer above a recess lacking sliding cupboard doors and an arrangement of seven drawers, two of which are enclosed by a door, width 83cm x depth 39cm x height 87.5cm (condition: lacks two sliding doors, some surface scratches, pitting/rusting to ironwork, paint loss along bottom edges) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 508 A PAIR OF WOODEN JARDINIERE STANDS, the square block elm tops above spiral turned columns, block plinth bases, height 105cm (2) (condition: some woodworm damage) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 509 A LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY KOREAN STAINED WOOD AND IRON BOUND CHEST, fitted with three long drawers behind a locked wooden bar, the base fitted with two short drawers behind a locked wooden bar and a small door enclosing three small drawers, side handles fitted below the top, width 98.5cm x depth 47.5cm x height 100cm (condition: some splits and losses, especially to top edges, some drawers stiff and metal bars locked) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 510 A 20TH CENTURY PAINTED PAPER LAID ON WOOD PERSIAN STYLE FOUR FOLD SCREEN, arched tops, foliate designs to both sides, each panel width 53.5cm x height 182cm (condition: some paper lifting throughout) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 511 A PAIR OF MID 20TH CENTURY PAINTED WOODEN SIDE TABLES, the wavy circular faux marble top on a pedestal carved as cupid with bow and quiver of arrows, on stepped hexagonal base, height 76cm x diameter 49cm (2) (condition: some losses to wing tips and bow, paint loss throughout but particularly around hexagonal bases) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 512 A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY KOREAN ELM AND IRON BOUND CABINET, fitted with a long drawer over two sliding cupboard doors with an arrangement of five drawers under, side handles fitted, width 61cm x depth 34.5cm x height 68cm (condition: some surface scratches, metal work has some pitting and rusting) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers

Lot 516 Lot 513 A 20TH CENTURY KOREAN RED PAINTED AND IRON BOUND CABINET, fitted with a long drawer above an arrangement of five short drawers and two cupboards with sliding doors, side handles fitted, width 86cm x depth 38.5cm x height 92cm, with key (condition: surface scratches, metalwork has some pitting and rusting) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 514 A 19TH CENTURY BRASS AND GILT METAL DECORATIVE ROOM HEATER, the chimney covered with lidded sphere, embossed with a border of ribbons and swags, the cylindrical body with flaming torch finials, lion mask side handles, on a square base with pull out ash drawer, on bracket feet, depth and width max 40cm x height 128cm (condition: cover is mishapen around the rim and evidence of soldered repair to the underside, some dents) £300 - £500 plus BP* Lot 515 A PAIR OF KOREAN RED PAINTED AND IRON BOUND TWO DRAWER CHESTS, fitted with circular escutcheons and swing handles, both chests fitted with side handles below top, one chest with side handle plates towards the base, width 94.5cm x depth 41cm x height 51cm and 52cm (2) (condition: some splits, surface scratches, paint loss, lower side handles missing) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 516 A NEAR PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY KOREAN BRASS MOUNTED CABINETS, fitted with an arrangement of drawers and double door cupboards, widths 112cm and 109cm x depth 52.5cm x heights 121cm and 120cm (2) (condition: the slightly larger cabinet has a dark stained top with a hole, the other cabinet has two loose pieces of moulding, all four securing pins are missing for the cupboard doors, some brass mounts are missing securing pins) £300 - £500 plus BP* Lot 517 AN 18TH/19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL WALNUT CABINET ON CHEST, the moulded cornice above an egg moulded border, arched double doors with gilt metal circular handles within indented fielding enclosing an arrangement of shelves, the lower section similarly decorated to the double cupboard doors which enclose six small drawers, the interior of the right hand door stamped with an inked stamp which is slightly indistinct ‘COMURE DI FIRENZE, MOBILI USATI RIMANENZE, IMPOSTE DI CONSUMO’, on a plinth base with block feet, width 74cm x depth 42cm x height 132.5cm (condition: areas of woodworm damage, staining from liquid, general wear commensurate with age and use) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 518 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY BAMBOO SIDE CHAIRS, later upholstered in mustard yellow silk to backs and seats (2) (condition: one chair has splits to both front legs and is not structurally sound, some woodworm damage noted) £80 - £120 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 519 A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE BAMBOO AND LACQUERED OCCASIONAL TABLE, of rectangular form, the top applied with a metal figure in a landscape, the under tier lacquered with birds and foliage, width 77cm x depth 53cm x height 66.5cm (condition: the top has a split, as does the under tier and some of the legs) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 523 Lot 523 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, theatrical scene with masked figures, others with musical instruments, dancers, dancing dogs and another with a broom, oil on panel, unsigned, unframed, approximately 100.5cm x 192.5cm (condition: extensive losses around all edges, horizontal splits on right hand side, hole to panel and split upper left, scuff to base of right hand column, general dirt, craquelure and staining) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 520 Lot 520 A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY GILT METAL EIGHT LIGHT ELECTROLIERS, fitted with glass candles and mounted on carved pine decagonal plinths, overall height 173cm, plinths only 66cm (4) (condition: the swagged chains appear complete although many are missing attachment fittings, one chain is a later replacement, some woodworm damage and splits to the plinths) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 521 A 17TH CENTURY OAK JOINED ARMCHAIR, the rectangular back carved with a horizontal flower and scroll design above a lozenge motif, the plank seat on block and cylindrical turned legs, overall height 89.5cm and height to seat 31cm (condition: worn condition throughout with splits to seat and back, damage and repair to right hand facing leg, looks to be reduced in height, old woodworm damage) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 522 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL THRONE STYLE ARMCHAIRS, the back with partially gilded accanthus leaf decoration above a rectangular upholstered back rest, plain arms to deep stuffed over seat, on plain block legs with wavy stretcher and lion paw front feet, overall height 137cm (condition: extensive woodworm damage, remnants of gilding, upholstery faded and worn) £100 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 524 AFTER V. ASAM (19TH CENTURY) ‘ARLEQUIN’, a hand tinted print of an Arabian grey horse and groom, in a titled mount, framed and glazed, image approximately 26cm x 37.5cm (condition: frame has heavy woodworm damage, image has foxing, staining and ripples in the paper from damp) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 525 WILLIAM HEATH (BRITISH 19TH CENTURY), study of an eagle with wings raised whilst perched on an outcrop, watercolour bears inscription lower centre ‘Sketched by WM Heath 1836’, mounted, framed and glazed, image approximately 67cm x 49cm (condition: glass has various labels and remnants of sticky tape residue, tears to paper on the left hand wing, tie on Claridge’s label verso, some foxing and staining) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 526 A VICTORIAN SCRAP PICTURE MOUNTED ONTO FABRIC, some hand coloured images, mostly monochrome, features fashionable ladies and gentlemen, animals, architecture, etc, framed and glazed, image approximately 31.5cm x 48cm (condition: a small amount of woodworm damage to the frame, scraps have deteriorated in places) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 527 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, The Ribbon Pedlars, family group selling their wares to an elderly gentleman, pastels, unsigned, framed and glazed, indistinct pencil inscriptions to back boards, image approximately 53cm x 38.5cm (condition: the paper has a number of ripples in the upper half and a few in the lower half, back board has a split) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 528 LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY CHINESE SCHOOL, four amateur studies of flowers and foliage, watercolours, one signed, all four framed and glazed, the majority approximately 29cm x 43cm (4) (condition: creases, stains and foxing in varying amounts) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 531 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL CARVED RELIGIOUS PANELS, possibly Virgin Mary receiving The Angel Gabriel and Mary Magdalene at Christ’s tomb, mounted in velvet covered frames, approximately 30cm x 20cm (2) (condition: in need of cleaning, woodworm damage to Virgin Mary panel, also losses to Angel Gabriel and others) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 532 A 19TH CENTURY PAINTED CARTOUCHE SHAPED WOODEN PLAQUE, the centre painted with a white bull, bears paper label verso inscribed ‘Bassi N94’, also painted ‘BASSI’, height approximately 43.5cm (condition: woodworm damage, gesso and paint loss, splits, modern hanging hook) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 533 TWO ELONGATED PAINTED WOODEN PANELS, one with red and white chevrons with a rearing horse, the other with ‘VIRTUS VNITA FORTIS’ with lion rampant and foliage, width 112cm x max depth 22cm (2) (condition: in need of cleaning, modern hanging hooks) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 529 Lot 529 A LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY PAINTED PANEL, POSSIBLY FROM A CARRIAGE, bearing coats of arms, monograms and armorials, oil on panel, in a distressed gilt frame, 36cm x 26.5cm (condition: the frame is distressed, oil on panel has craquelure and bubbled varnish) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 534 A 19TH CENTURY PAINTED WOODEN ARMORIAL PANEL, cartouche shape, the centre painted with a cross and two arms with stigmata to the hands, height approximately 57cm, together with four 20th Century painted wooden panels in the form of vases of flowers (5) (condition: a small amount of woodworm damage, vertical split on left hand side, would benefit from a clean, the four other wall plaques in fair/good condition, all five with modern hanging hooks) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 535 A SET OF 18TH/19TH CENTURY CARVED TREEN AND WROUGHT IRON TWO BRANCH GIRANDOLES, with hanging loops and scrolled branches, foliate and geometric carved plaques, heights approximately 41cm and 42cm x widths 33.5cm and 35cm (4) (condition: two have rusted metalwork and all four have differing degrees of woodworm damage) £100 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 530 Lot 530 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, a group of thirteen oil on panel decorative paintings, depicting medieval and mythological battle scenes, each panel with a foliate carved detail along the top edge, all unframed, varying in size, approximately 35cm x 48cm (13) (condition: one panel split in half horizontally, panels of various ages) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 536 A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY PAINTED WROUGHT IRON GIRANDOLES, in the form of sprays of flowers with tied stems, height approximately 33cm x width 39cm (2) (condition: extensive paint loss, some rusting, a few small sections of ironwork missing) £100 - £150 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 537 A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY CARVED FRUITWOOD CARTOUCHE SHAPED PLAQUES, one centre carved with a pomegranate, the other with a crown shaped armorial, traces of paint and limed finish, height approximately 37.5cm and 38cm x width 26cm and 26.5cm, together with a painted wooden armorial wall plaque, height approximately 43cm x width 33.5cm (3) (condition: the pair of plaques have woodworm damage, one being more extensive and both have losses due to this, the other plaque has paint loss, two horizontal splits and a small amount of woodworm damage) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 541 Lot 541 A 19TH CENTURY LARGE FAIENCE ARMORIAL WALL PLAQUE, of shaped octagonal form, decorated in relief, damaged and repaired, height approximately 60.5cm x width 48cm, together with another similar of rectangular form moulded with six pears, height approximately 73cm x width 43cm and a 20th Century white glazed oval coat of arms plaque, height approximately 34cm x width 28cm (3) (condition: hexagonal plaque has a number of cracks to the front with some overpainting which is flaking, small chips to the edges, the plaque with pears has chips to the edges, the oval plaque has chips to the crown and lesser chips/glaze scuffs) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 538 Lot 538 A 19TH CENTURY CARVED GILTWOOD SIX BRANCH CANDLE STAND CAPITAL, holders lacking spikes, the central shelf with freestanding carved fruitwood twin handled vase decoration, later brass sphere finial, on a later square plinth base, combined height approximately 64cm x width 72cm (2) (condition: gilding is heavily worn to the candle holder, some chips down to gesso, old repairs on reverse to strengthen splits to candle arms, both pieces have woodworm damage, various splits in the wood to both pieces) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 539 A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY CARVED AND STAINED WOODEN CORBELS, of primitive human form, height approximately 14cm (2) (condition: both with extensive woodworm damage and losses as a consequence) £100 - £200 plus BP* Lot 540 FOUR VARIOUS WOODEN CARVINGS, of mixed dates and origins, including a caryatid, height approximately 42cm, a painted hand, length approximately 13.5cm and a section of carved and painted oak with angels and crowned male masks, width approximately 34cm, etc (4) (condition: varying amounts of woodworm, painted items with paint loss, splits, etc) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 542 A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY WROUGHT IRON TORCH BRACKET, worn painted finish, height approximately 52.5cm, together with wrought iron wall hooks with ring loops to bases (3) (condition: paint loss and rusting and some bending of decorative sections, wall hooks have rusting) £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 543 A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY FAIENCE ROUNDED CORNER FIREPLACE TILES/BRICKS, both painted with landscapes within a foliate vignette, height approximately 12cm x max length 21cm (2) (condition: both are from the left hand rounded side, both have chips and glaze scuffs in varying quantities) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 544 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL POTTERY CREAM GLAZED TUREEN AND COVER, the domed cover with iron red decorated pineapple finial above black and iron red painted tasselled and dot borders and ‘CC’ monograms, the tureen similarly decorated and moulded with three winged female masks, on three fluted sabre legs with claw feet, circular plinth base, height approximately 40cm (condition: the tureen interior has a rim crack and extensive staining and crazing, the cover and the base exterior also exhibit crazing and some staining, the base also has several glaze scuffs and cracks in the foot rim) £100 - £200 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 545 AN 18TH CENTURY CARVED RECTANGULAR WALNUT PANEL, the relief decoration of cartouche shape with caryatid scrolls and foliage, height 36cm x width 31.5cm (condition: panel is narrower at the top, chips to flower petals, noses slightly worn down) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 546 TWO CARVED TREEN PANELS, of rectangular form, 17th Century and later, carved with identical mask and scroll motifs, one oak the other fruitwood, height 39cm x width 16cm (2) (condition: the older panel is thinner in depth and has more extensive woodworm damage, the thicker panel has extensive woodworm to an area of the reverse) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 547 FIVE 20TH CENTURY ITALIAN TERRACOTTA FIGURES OF MUSICIANS, four with instruments and one conducting, on circular bases of varied designs, all impressed or printed ‘MADE IN ITALY’ to the underside, heights approximately 27.5cm (5) (condition: conductor, fiddler and mandolin player all have repairs to top of one or two legs, mandolin player also has glued repair to neck and instruments, paint loss to all figures and chips to bases) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 548 A FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY CHINOISERIE TOLEWARE COAL BOX AND COVER, of cylindrical form, fitted with removable liner, height 38cm (condition: scratches, some rusting, cover is mishapen) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 549 A PAIR OF FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY PAINTED WROUGHT IRON FOUR LIGHT CANDELABRA, with central petal shaped holder surrounded by three others, on a scrolling tripod base, height approximately 40.5cm (2) (condition: one petal has become separated, a little rusting and extensive paint loss/wear) £100 - £200 plus BP* Lot 550 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL CARVED OAK WALL PLAQUE, with female mask above cartouche carved with two herdsmen, dog and cattle, flanked by swags of fruit and foliage, s.d., height approximately 43.5cm x 68.5cm, together with a late 19th / 20th Century decorative gilt spelter wall clock in the form of armour on a leather covered wooden shield, in need of restoration (2) (condition: some small losses to the carved plaque, the wall clock in need of restoration) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 551 A BOX OF ASSORTED BRASSWARE, etc, including stackable dishes with integral chimneys, silver plated watering can, etc (condition: most pieces in usable condition) £20 - £30 plus BP*

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Lot 552 Lot 552 A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY DECORATIVE PERSIAN LAMP BASES, the black painted spherical hollow wooden bases decorated with animals and hunters, height approximately 18cm, together with another similar larger, green ground, height approximately 33cm (3) (condition: all three in reasonable condition, with splits/chips to base rims) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 553 A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY CARVED WOOD WALL BRACKETS, stained and painted finish, carved with foliate scrolls, berries and architectural designs, height 86cm x depth 31cm (2) (condition: both have a let in repair at the top, general wear commensurate with use) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 554 A 19TH CENTURY CARVED WOOD ARMORIAL PLAQUE, of cartouche shape, featuring knotted rope with tasselled ends, remnants of paint, height 61cm x width 46cm (condition: woodworm damage, vertical split at join of two halves, small amount of chipped edges) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 555 A 19TH CENTURY PAINTED PORCELAIN CIRCULAR PLAQUE, depicting a triumphal Roman archway, mounted in a deep rectangular faux satinwood and ebony painted frame, the reverse has a sliding section, diameter of plaque 6.5cm, frame height 18cm x width 16cm x depth 4.5cm (condition: frame has woodworm damage throughout, plaque is unmarked) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 556 A 19TH CENTURY WAX SIDE PROFILE PORTRAIT OF A MID 18TH CENTURY GENTLEMAN, titled verso in ink to back board and label ‘Charles Edward Stuart King of Scotland, France.....??’, the portrait is mounted on glass which has been later reverse painted with marble effect, mounted as an oval with painted wood effect surround and gilt frame, verso printed label is possibly for an Italian Count ‘Ex Libris 1945’, height of wax 8.5cm, frame 26cm x 22.5cm (condition: gilt frame has losses to the moulding, wax has several cracks including one extending from the front of the neck to the back of the hair, label on back of frame marked ‘DAMAGED BEFORE REMOVAL’) £80 - £120 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 557 A LATE 18TH CENTURY EMBROIDERED AND STUMPWORK PICTURE, the surround of fruiting vine and foliage, the main image of a crowd watching a puppet show with Roman ruins in the distance, height approximately 36cm x 53cm, later mounted on brown velvet covered framework (condition: faded, losses, tears in the sky, some repairs) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 558 A LATE 19TH CENTURY BLACK SLATE AND GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK, the rectangular top surmounted by a recumbant greyhound above a gilt metal accanthus style cornice, the plain case applied with gilt metal Roman numerals with a coiled snake forming the hands, bell strike, the eight day movement, marked ‘E. DEHU, A CHALONS SM’, on a rectangular gilt metal and slate plinth base, height 40cm (condition: wear to the gilding, most particularly to the greyhound, the slate case has chips along some edges, especially the front bottom left corner and on the back of the case is a large filled repair to the top right hand corner, on the back there is a diagonal crack through the plinth, there are damp spots over the case) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 559 A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GLASS PAPERWEIGHT, the clear glass containing eight coloured air twists arched over a blue and white flower head design composed of seven canes, smooth base, diameter 9cm (condition: the base has a few scratches, one is deeper than the others, no chips or bruises noted) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 560 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL BRONZE FIGURES, in the form of a classical male holding a companion wearing long robes, both on circular bases, both incomplete, may be missing candle arms or similar, height approximately 30.5cm (2) (condition: male figure has a break/hole and screw hole below the lyre, the female has a shallow circular void in the tree trunk to her side) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 561 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY GILT METAL LIDDED URNS, cast with floral swag, flaming torch and quiver finials above accanthus leaf fixed domed covers, cast swag decoration above fluted pedestal, circular bases to square marble bases on short knopped gilt feet, height approximately 39cm (2) (condition: chips to the edges of the marble bases) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 562 Lot 562 TWO 19TH CENTURY INDIAN TRAVELLING MIRRORS, the rectangular cases with painted and varnished decoration, the hinged lid opening to reveal a folding mirror within a painted interior, the clasp locking onto a single drawer, width 22cm x depth 30cm x height 10cm (2) (condition: cracking of varnish and some paint loss to both, some small losses of wood, one has damage around interior hinges and mirror is stiff within the lid) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 563 A 19TH CENTURY COLD PAINTED TERRACOTTA FIGURE GROUP OF TWO BLACKAMOORS, modelled as an adult male with one hand on hip, (lacks other hand) and a (detached) boy holding a covered urn, standing on a grassy mound, height approximately 31cm (condition: the boy is currently detached from the base and shows evidence of previous glued repair, man’s hand is missing, there is damage to the back of his turban, some small chips and paint loss throughout, evidence of plaster to base, hole in back of man’s cape) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 564 A LATE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY STAINED OAK LAZY SUSAN, of wavy outline, the border carved with ears of wheat and the prayer ‘Give us this day our daily bread’ surrounding seven circular dished divisions, mounted on a separate later manufactured base, width approximately 61cm (condition: in useable condition, the dished top has several splits, the base is missing three washers) £100 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 565 Lot 565 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY FRINGED GILT METAL MILITARY EPAULETTES, mounted with silvered crossed cannons and a flaming sphere, the clips marked ‘GALLICO DONATO TORINO’, together with another epaulette (3) (condition: wear to the gilding on the spiral fringing, loose mounting board) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 566 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY GILT METAL DECORATIVE URNS, both mounted with arrangements of fruiting vine, foliage and ears of corn, the twin handled urns with oval frames containing porcelain portrait plaques of The Virgin Mary and Jesus wearing a crown of thorns, both on shaped square bases, height approximately 90cm and smaller (2) (condition: both urns are leaning off centre, some losses to foliage) £100 - £200 plus BP* Lot 567 A LATE 19TH CENTURY JOSE A. CUNHA MAJOLICA CENTREPIECE, the trumpet shaped central vase above a circular tier moulded with three sunflowers and foliage supported by three urchins with arms aloft, central tree trunk and triform base, impressed oval mark to underside ‘JOSE A. CUNHA PORTUGAL CALPAS RAINHA’, height approximately 31cm (condition: restoration to circular section, the white togas are overpainted from an original red which shows through where there is paint loss, firing cracks in the base and several glaze chips and scuffs throughout) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 568 Lot 568 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY GILDED AND PAINTED WOODEN PUTTI SUPPORT WALL SHELVES, the serpentine shaped shelf resting on the putti’s head and scrolled horns held aloft in its hands, the torso terminating in a gilt foliate scroll, width of shelf 72cm x depth 35.5cm x overall height 85cm (2) (condition: eight sections to the lot overall, one thumb is missing, top of one arm has a circular split/join mark, one shelf has a chunk missing on a back corner, various other chips throughout) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 569 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY COLD PAINTED TERRACOTTA GOLDSCHEIDER BUST OF A MALE TURK, his hair tied in a top knot and head turned to face left, in gilt and striped costume, verso bears raised rectangular mark with inscribed and impressed ‘Goldscheider REPRODUCTION RESERVEE’ mark and incised 35 418?, square base, height approximately 56cm (condition: fair condition overall with some chips, particularly evident around the bottom edge of the base) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 570 A 19TH CENTURY PAINTED GESSO FINIAL, the carved wooden urn shaped finial on a circular foot painted a brown/orange and silvered finish, mounted on a stepped square marbled finish base, height approximately 58cm (condition: there is woodworm damage and a number of vertical splits, some chipping through the gesso, the uppermost tip has a central hole) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 571 THREE PAIRS OF METAL AND RED LACQUERED PERSIAN STIRRUPS, together with two other Persian stirrups for the same side, comprises a pair of red and black lacquered, the remaining six with metal or abalone shell inlay, distressed/worn condition, average approximate length 27cm and height 27cm (8) (condition: mixed levels of condition, including rusting, paint loss and inlay loss) £100 - £150 plus BP*


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Lot 573 Lot 573 A COLLECTION OF TWELVE JAPANESE NOH MASKS, three with moveable bottom jaws, all wooden with a mixture of painted and lacquered finishes, heights from 16cm to 29cm (12) (condition: several with extensive woodworm damage, others with wear to the paint/lacquer, one has a detached ear and the other is missing) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 572 Lot 572 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE FIGURAL BRONZE FOUR BRANCH CANDLEHOLDERS, both of rectangular form with foliate sconces to the four corners, one cast with a male warrior holding an axe whilst standing on the back of a large lizard, the other depicting a seated female being attended by a kneeling servant, the bases cast with figural panels to one and dragons to the other, on four scaly bracket feet, width 23cm x height 21cm (condition: both have one candleholder detached but present, both dusty) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 574 A 20TH CENTURY GILT METAL FOOTSTOOL, of rectangular form, the hinged top with engraved decoration and ratchet fitting, the cushion moulded base with foliate pierced and paste set panels, enamelled decoration to the back edge, on foliate scrolled feet, width 33cm x depth 37.5cm x height 17.5cm (condition: writing in black marker to the hinged top, top is sitting proud of the base, some wear to the gilding) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 575 A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE HARDWOOD BOARD CARVED WITH SCRIPT AND SEALS, traces of gilding, fitted with an iron handle to the top and one to each side, length approximately 128cm x width 50cm including handles (condition: some damp stains to both sides and a let in section to the base) £30 - £50 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 576 A CHINESE BUFF GLAZED POTTERY GARDEN SEAT, square top and bottom with pierced and convex sides, s.d., height 44cm (condition: extensive crazing and several firing cracks) £20 - £30 plus BP* Lot 577 A BOX OF TREEN, LACQUER, A HORN BEAKER, etc, including a pair of red lacquered comports, a pair of oval shell pictures, together with a cream light shade and a wood and brass mounted stand (3) (condition: mixed condition, lamp shade and stand in need of attention) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 580 Lot 580 A CHINESE RED GLASS LOTUS BOWL, diameter 12.4cm x height 6.5cm (condition: good condition) £100 - £200 plus BP* Lot 581 A QUANTITY OF 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY CERAMICS AND GLASSWARE, including faience, stoneware, etc (three boxes and loose) (condition: mixed condition, some damage including chips and glaze chips, a few pieces with more substantial damage) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 578 FOUR BOXES OF 19TH CENTURY AND LATER CHINESE BOWLS, PLATES, box and cover, etc, a mixture of blue and white, polychrome cockerel designs, etc, s.d. (four boxes) (condition: mostly is useable condition, some damage, others very dirty) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 579 A COLLECTION OF 20TH CENTURY ITALIAN FAIENCE POTTERY, floral decoration, including covered tureens, covered urns, ginger jars, etc, some extra covers, s.d., (parcel) (condition: one urn is broken off the base, finial off a cover, some glaze chips and other larger chips) £100 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 582 THREE BOXES OF CHINESE POTTERY AND PORCELAIN, the majority bowls with matching geometric decoration, others decorated underglaze with fish designs, etc (three boxes) (condition: most in good useable condition, bowls with green interiors have degrees of glaze loss) £300 - £500 plus BP* Lot 583 A GROUP OF ASSORTED GLAZED CERAMICS, including a pair of dark brown glazed pottery ewers with applied floral decoration, height 38cm, a 19th Century majolica pottery comport of shell and cherub design, height 36.5cm, marbled glazed items, etc, s.d. (8) (condition: ewers have chips to glaze and pottery, other pieces of varied condition, two marbled glazed pieces have extensive cracks) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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PICTURES


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 584 LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, three girls collecting wild flowers on a country track, expansive landscape beyond, oil on board, indistinct signature / date lower right, in gilt slip mount, framed and glazed, approximately 24cm x 19cm (condition: small patch of paint loss on right hand edge, art suppliers label loose on back) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 587 AN EARLY VICTORIAN NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, floral border surrounding trees and vases of flowers, red brick building dated 1825 and religious verse titled ‘Remember Thy Creator’, named ‘Margaret Slowe’s Work. Chorley National School. Anno Domini, 1839’, worked in cotton on a coarse linen ground, approximately 51.5cm x 59.5cm, in gilt slip mount, framed and glazed, together with another Victorian needlework sampler, with alphabet and numbers, worked by ‘Mary Ann Atkinson Aged 11 Years 1868’, wool on a coarse linen ground, approximately 29.5cm x 31cm (2) (condition: the linen of the large sampler is discoloured but overall good condition with little spotting, the smaller sampler has been mounted showing holes from rusted nails) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 588 H. WARREN (BRITISH 19TH CENTURY), a view of Burton upon Trent from the East riverbank, with figures walking on the path and a punt on the water, watercolour, signed lower right, mounted and unframed, approximately 25cm x 35cm (condition: colours bright, mount stains around edges) £120 - £150 plus BP* Lot 589 BUCK, SAMUEL & NATHANIEL, THE NORTH-WEST PROSPECT OF GREENWICH, IN THE COUNTRY OF KENT, a hand coloured engraving, published 1739, mounted and unframed, approximately 31cm x 80cm (condition: some foxing and staining, creases in the paper, centre fold visible) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 585 Lot 585 GEORGINA LARA (BRITISH FL 1862-1871), A Rural Idyll, farmyard scene with horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, goat and poultry beside thatched barns, figures on a path and cottage to the distance under a brooding sky, oil on relined canvas, indistinctly signed lower right, verso bears gallery label for Ashleigh House Antiques and typed label for Haynes Fine Arts, approximately 44cm x 33.5cm (condition: relined canvas, modern gilt frame) £400 - £500 plus BP* Lot 586 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, four cattle watering and grazing in a lowland landscape, oil on mahogany panel, indistinctly signed lower right, unframed, approximately 39.8cm x 66.5cm (condition: horizontal split in panel which starts above right hand fence post for approximately 14cm at the front and 10cm verso, surface marks and scratches, some losses around the edges) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 590 BASEBALL INTEREST...., two pages from The Illustrated Sporting And Dramatic New, July 18 1874, page 493 with print of ‘THE BOSTON TEAM OF BASEBALL PLAYERS’, and August 8, 1874, page 565 showing diagram of ‘THE GAME OF BASE-BALL’ with explantory text, approximately 28.5cm x 40cm (2) (condition: rough spine edge, some foxing and discolouration around edges) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 591 AFTER MYLES BIRKETT FOSTER, SIX CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS, titles include ‘Pets of Common’, ‘Mind Baby’ and ‘The Ride Home’, printers include G. Rowney & Co, George Peter McQueen and M.H. Long, all unframed, largest overall approximately 30.5cm x 44cm (6) (condition: extensive foxing, some knocks and tears to the corners) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 592 H.F. JONES (BRITISH 19TH CENTURY), stagecoaches travelling at night, oil on relined canvas, signed and dated 1866, framed, approximately 29.5cm x 55cm (condition: relined canvas, craquelure throughout) £100 - £150 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 593 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY OVAL EMBROIDERED SILK PANEL OF A SHEPHERDING GROUP, featuring crewel work and long stitch, framed and glazed, approximately 31.5cm x 39cm, together with a 19th Century needlework sampler worked by Eliza Gomersall, wool on a course linen ground, with alphabets, religious verse, flags, crowns, church windows, etc, framed and glazed, approximately 40.5cm x 30.5cm (2) (condition: silk has tears and few losses/holes, some light fading, sampler has age stained and faded , not properly mounted within the frame, the frame has a section missing inner left bottom corner) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 594 EARLY 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, half length portrait of a gentleman, oil on canvas laid on panel, the panel indistinctly inscribed ‘Painted by J. Harrison Wigan 1817’, in a gilt frame, approximately 18.5cm x 13cm (condition: panel is warped and the painting has extensive craquelure causing oils to lift/become loose) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 595 Lot 595 JOHN RATHBONE HARVEY (BRITISH 1868-1933) three cattle grazing at the river edge, oil on board, signed J.R. Harvey lower right, inscribed in pencil and dated 1900, the frame bears framer’s label for Broad St. Fine Art Depot and stencil No.8278, approximately 11.5cm x 18.5cm (condition: overall good condition) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 596 ETHEL M. ISLEY (ILSLEY) (BRITISH LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY), ‘A Cornish Woman’, head and shoulders portrait, oil on canvas, bears label verso with title and ‘(3) Miss Ethel M. Ilsley, 15 Dorville Rd, Lee, Kent’, the original frame chalked ‘ILSLEY EM’ to left hand side, approximately 34cm x 38cm, comes with printed information (condition: face shows craqueleur, no evidence of repair or restoration) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 597 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, Autumnal river landscape with two figures walking in the distance, watercolour, card mounted, framed and glazed, approximately 33cm x 50cm (condition: some staining, a few scuff marks to the surface of the painting) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 598 MID 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, a side profile head and shoulders portrait of a young man, watercolour, approximately 10cm x 7.5cm, together with a similar portrait of a lady wearing a white bonnet and black dress, watercolour, approximately 10cm x 8.2cm, both glazed with gilt slips and rosewood frames (2) (condition: both watercolours are age stained, the ebonised sides of the frames have some wear) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 599 Lot 599 A 19TH CENTURY FULL LENGTH SILHOUETTE OF A LADY HOLDING A BOOK, mounted on paper, approximately 16.5cm x 12.5cm in a rosewood frame, gilt slip and glazed, together with an oval silhouette head and shoulders portrait of a boy, bears label verso ‘Cut With Common Scissors By Mr. Seville, Without either Drawing or Machine’, approximately 7.2cm x 5.8cm, together with five other framed and glazed silhouettes (7) (condition: overall good condition, some staining) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 600 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY NEEDLEWORK MAP SAMPLER OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES, worked in silks on a fine linen ground, by Ann Vernon 1827, features Scales of miles and Cities and Islands, approximately 46cm x 42.5cm, in a contemporary painted frame, open back with fabric inner (condition: the linen is stained and with some fading to the silks, no holes noted, the linen backing is stained particularly to bottom stretcher area, painted frame has some patches of losses) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 601 NIELS PETER CHRISTIANSEN (DANISH 1873-1960), Cattle grazing in a lowland landscape, woodland and houses beyond, oil on canvas, signed lower left with initials, approximately 31.5cm x 46.5cm, framed with name plaque, pencil inscription to stretcher (condition: canvas is stained verso, would benefit from a clean, slight bulge in canvas lower left corner, no repair or restoration noted) (Artists Resale Rights May Apply To This Lot) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 602 FRED J KNOWLES (BRITISH 1874-1931), portrait sketch of a young woman, watercolour, signed lower right, mounted as an oval in a gilt frame, approximately 27cm x 20.5cm (condition: some foxing and staining, thunderbugs/thrips under glass on card mount) £30 - £40 plus BP* Lot 603 CHARLES L. SHAW (BRITISH FL 1880-1898), ‘On The Wye’, lady with basket walking alongside the river, oil on relined canvas, signed and dated 1890 lower right, titled and named to stretcher, later named to relining, approximately 29cm x 44.5cm, together with a 19th Century British School, animals and figures outside a half timbered building, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed and dated lower right possibly T. Lees 1848, approximately 29cm x 45cm, both paintings in gilt frames (2) (condition: show reclined and some overpainting visible under UV light, the other painting loose in the frame, both would benefit from a clean) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 604 ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM LEIGHTON LEITCH (SCOTTISH 1804-1883), ‘Sorrento’ harbour scene with figures, watercolour, unsigned, card mount bears title and attribution, gallery label and biography verso, approximately 20.5cm x 32cm, together with attributed to E. Richardson (British 19th Century), ‘Glen Kinglas’ lochland landscape, watercolour, unsigned, card mount bears attribution, title on label verso, approximately 18.5cm x 49cm (2) (condition: Leitch has a small amount of light foxing, the Richardson has very slight rippling on the paper, colours strong) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 605 FOLLOWER OF SAMUEL PROUT (1783-1852) ‘The Market Place, Leicester’, watercolour, signed and dated 1836 lower right, attribution and title to card mount, approximately 17cm x 22cm, together with another 19th Century watercolour in the manner of Samuel Prout, figures outside a French Cathedral, unsigned, approximately 27.5cm x 18.5cm (2) (condition: Market Place scene has fading and yellowing with two vertical lines above the right hand buildings, the cathedral scene has a small scuff in the bottom right hand corner) £50 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 606 Lot 606 WILLIAM MELLOR (BRITISH 1851-1931), ‘On The Lledr, North Wales’ and ‘On The Conway, North Wales’, a pair, oil on relined canvas, signed lower left and right, titles transposed onto relined canvases, approximately 60cm x 39.5cm, in gilt gesso frames (2) (condition: relined canvas to both, some craqueleur, especially in the sky areas, printed card for Walker Galleries Ltd, Harrogate) £600 - £800 plus BP*


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Lot 608 Lot 608 ALFRED DE BREANSKI JNR (BRITISH 1877-1957), ‘Cader Idris N. Wales’, cattle watering at sunset, oil on canvas, signed lower right, titled and signed verso, approximately 39cm x 59.5cm, in a gilt frame (condition: no repairs or restoration noted, some staining to canvas verso) (Artists Resale Rights Apply To This Lot) £1000 - £1500 plus BP*

Lot 607 Lot 607 HENRY THOMAS DAWSON (BRITISH ACTIVE 18601896), An Old Frigate at Plymouth, oil on relined canvas, signed with monogram and dated 1870 lower left, indistinct title to stretcher, approximately 39.5cm x 60cm, in gilt gesso frame (condition: canvas relined, UV light reveals some areas of repainting, craqueleur, especially in the sky, purchased from Driffold Gallery in 1993, also lot 20 Sotheby’s 28th Sept 1988) £300 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 609 WILLIAM E. HARRIS (BRITISH 1860-1930), ‘The River Wye, Nr ?’ figure fishing, oil on relined canvas, signed lower left, indistinctly titled and signed verso to the stretcher, approximately 48.5cm x 74cm, in a gilt frame (condition: relined canvas, possibly small patches of repainting in the sky, purchased from the Driffold Gallery in 1988) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 612 AFTER CARLO DOLCI (19TH CENTURY SCHOOL), ‘Blue Madonna’, a 19th Century copy, oil on canvas, bears handwritten paper label verso to the frame ‘Copy Carlo Dolci’s Blue Madonna, Given to Anna J. Butler By Agnes, Lady Graham, August 28th 1911’ and a printed paper label with very indistinct handwriting for ‘GREENACRES GRAMMAR SCHOOL EXHIBITION’, in a distressed gilt gesso frame, canvas approximately 70.5cm x 55cm (condition: no evidence of damage or repair, needs cleaning and show extensive staining) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 610 Lot 610 AFTER CARLO DOLCI (19TH CENTURY SCHOOL), ‘LA MAGDALENA’, (The Magdalene), a 19th Century copy, oil on canvas, bears a handwritten paper label verso to the frame ‘Copy La Magdelena, Given to Anna L. Butler by Agnes, Lady Graham, August 28th 1911’, indistinct ink inscription to top stretcher, in a distressed gilt gesso frame with female mask surmount, canvas approximately 72cm x 56.5cm (condition: canvas torn and patched with sellotape verso, some ripples upper left and paint loss lower centre) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 611 AFTER RAPHAEL (19TH CENTURY SCHOOL), Madonna Della Sedia, oil on canvas, bears handwritten paper label verso to the stretcher ‘Given to Henrietta J. Butler By her dear friend Agnes Graham April 1911 Rome, Castle Crine 28th August 1911’, in a distressed gilt gesso frame with female mask surmount, canvas approximately 74cm square, Provenance: Castle Crine in County Clare was home to the Butler/Graham families it was demolished in 1955 (condition: the canvas has losses on the upper and lower left hand corners, looks to have repainting behind Madonna’s head and shoulder, needs cleaning) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 613 CHARLES MACIVER GRIERSON (BRITISH 18641939), J’Acuse, Mother Superior interviewing a young nun/novice about her locket containing a miniature of a young military man in front of a group of other nuns and novices, watercolour, signed and dated 1920 lower right, verso bears printed history of provenance of painting from 1923-2014, approximately 54cm x 74.5cm, framed and glazed (condition: some foxing and small amounts of thunderbugs (thrips) under the glass) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 614 19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, ‘CAPRI’, goats grazing on cliffs of the mountainous landscape, boats on the water, unsigned, titled lower left, bears cleaning label verso for Ogilvie Vaile Conservation dated 2014, approximately 44cm x 59cm, framed and glazed (condition: label verso describes conservation in 1984 and 2014, including bleaching and mould removal) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 615 19TH CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL, comical workshop interior scene with two boys squirting water through a window, cat on a stool, angry woman and two workers in the workshop, oil on oak panel, approximately 35.5cm x 27cm, unframed (condition: in need of cleaning, some areas of craqueleur, two splits in the panel lower left) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 616 LATE 18TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, portrait of a lady, head and shoulders, pastels, indistinctly signed and possibly dated lower left Smith ?, approximately 52.5cm x 43cm, together with an early 19th Century British School portrait of a gentleman, head and shoulders, pastels, unsigned, mounted as an oval, approximately 28cm x 23cm (2) (condition: lady has areas of mould, especially upper right and left around hair and to the right hand side of shoulder, signature/inscriptions are faint and also partially under frame edge, the gentleman’s portrait also has areas in the background that have possibly been damp) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 617 EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, station platform with British Army soldiers and other passengers with train waiting, watercolour, unsigned, formed from two sections, approximately 22cm x 27cm, together with 20th Century British School, The Weary Traveller, interior scene, watercolour, signed lower right G W. Smith, approximately 24cm x 18.5cm (2) (condition: both framed, glazed and in card mounts, colours bright) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 618 CHARLES JAMES LEWIS (BRITISH 1830-1892), reading the tea leaves, lady in an interior scene at a tea table, watercolour, signed lower right, approximately 36cm x 28cm, mounted, framed and glazed (condition: overall good condition) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 619 ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE SHEFFIELD, misty river scene, sepia watercolour, bears exhibition loan label and room label verso, approximately 20.5cm x 30cm, together with Henry Hadfield Cubley (British 18581934), sketch of cattle in a mountainous landscape, watercolour, signed lower right, approximately 24.5cm x 34cm, attributed to Joseph Murray Ince (British 1806-1859), Continental street scene, watercolour, signed and dated 1841 lower left, approximately 29.5cm x 23.5cm and an early 20th Century British School, Hounds chasing a hare with figures looking on, watercolour, approximately 6cm x 9cm, all four framed and glazed (4) (condition: Hadfield Cubley has staining in the sky, sepia has some ripples in the paper) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 620 Lot 620 THOMAS FAED (SCOTTISH 1826-1900), two Bairns, (two children), one standing with a clay pipe and another seated with small bag and straw hat, oil on relined canvas, signed and dated ‘T. Faed 1860’ lower left, approximately 34.5cm x 29cm (condition: relined canvas, some craquelure throughout) £500 - £700 plus BP* Lot 621 POLITICAL INTEREST CARICATURES, After James Gillray (1757-1815), ‘The Daily-Advertiser; Vide, Dundas’s Speech in the House of Commons....’, a hand coloured engraving, approximately 36cm x 26.5cm, together with four other hand coloured engravings after Gillray, titled ‘PIGS MEAT; or The Swine Flogg’d out of the Farm Yard’, approximately 35.5cm x 25.5cm, ‘THE PIGS Possessed....’, approximately 42cm x 30.5cmm ‘True Reform of Parliament, ie Patriots lighting a Revolutionary Bonfire in New Palace Yard’, approximately 30cm x 41.5cm and ‘Sketch for a Monument of Disappointed-Justice’, approximately 34.5cm x 25cm, all five framed and glazed (5) (condition: The Daily Advertiser engraving has a patch of cream paint on the upper left hand door panel, True Reform has a patch of stain and damage to the bottom right hand corner, Disappointed Justice has cracked glass and Pigs Possessed has a crease on the skyline, it has damaged glass verso which displays two uncoloured prints) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 622 CARICATURES, SATIRICAL AND OTHERS, a collection of framed and unframed 19th Century and 20th Century hand coloured and monochrome engravings, including George Cruikshank ‘London Dandies or Monstrosities of ....’, ‘Mr Punch’s World Fair’, four ‘McLean’s Monthly Sheet of Caricatures’, Nos. 25, 33, 34 and 59, ‘Twelfth-Night Characters by Charles H. Bennett’, etc (five framed and parcel of unframed) (condition: mixed conditions, some unframed prints are mounted in card, some rough edges to unmounted prints, light age discolouration) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 623 CARICATURES, AFTER JAMES GILLRAY (BRITISH 1757-1815), a collection of numbered double sided engravings, majority with one side hand coloured, the plates numbered, two sizes of sheets, approximately 47.5cm x 33cm and approximately 63.5cm x 48cm (35 sheets) (condition: some torn edges and into margins, some with a gilt edge foxing and discolouration noted) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 624 A COLLECTION OF 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRAMED CARICATURES, etc, including after Rowlandson ‘Comforts of Bath’, after Alken ‘Country Evenings’, after Hogarth, mostly hand coloured, one mounted and unframed (20) (condition: majority with light age discolouration, some with patches of staining and foxing) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 625 POLITICAL AND SATIRICAL CARICATURES, mostly 19th Century, four framed, including ‘St. Stephen’s Review Presentation Cartoon May 1st 1886- Mr. Gladstone and his Clerks’, approximately 35cm x 48cm and published by T. McLean ‘See-Dan’, signed in pencil, approximately 26cm x 37cm and unframed after George Cruikshank (four framed and fourteen unframed) (condition: mixed condition, most with light age discolouration, some staining, the unframed prints with rough corners) £40 - £60 plus BP*


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Lot 626 Lot 626 ARCHERY INTEREST, AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PEARLWARE LOVING CUP, hand painted in underglaze blue to both sides with a circular cartouche titled ‘Toxophilites’ with horn, archer’s bow and quiver, sprigs of flowers either side of the handles, painted borders to the foot rim and cup rim interior, height approximately 17cm (condition: crazed, chipped to outer rim, various cracks in the rim and at various points through the body, including around the area of the handles and the pedestal has a crack around a section of the base, much of the damage doesn’t go through the body) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 627 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY TURNER STONEWARE CONICAL TANKARD, buff ground decorated in relief with ladies and a gentleman partaking in an archery lesson between two brown bands, impressed mark, height approximately 18cm, together with a 19th Century stoneware cream jug, blue band, decorated with applied hunting scene, deer, etc, unmarked, height approximately 8cm, a first period Worcester tea caddy of ovoid form, with associated cover in matching Japanese style decoration, both with extensive damage, a Victorian Staffordshire moulded pottery mug (4) (condition: the Turner tankard has heavy dirt, there is a scratch above the top brown band, the small jug appears to be in good order, the Worcester caddy has an oval hole in the body with extensive cracks running from this area, the cover which has matching pattern but does not fit, has two chips and been glued back together, the Staffordshire mug has paint loss, staining and chipped) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 628 CHRISTOPHER DRESSER FOR LINTHORPE POTTERY, a five lobed bottle vase surrounding a central conical vase, in streaked brown and ochre glazes, impressed shape No.330, impressed signature mark and HT monogram for Henry Tooth, height approximately 9cm (condition: impressed and incised marks are indistinct due to excess of glaze collecting on the underside, it appears as though some patches of glaze have been smoothed to create a level surface, a few scratches noted to the glaze but no chips, cracks or restoration) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 629 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL HAND PAINTED MAIOLICA LUSTRE CHARGER, the circular rim decorated with a border of interlinked ovals containing cherub masks, foliate scrolls and flowerheads, the centre with three young men reading/singing from a long scroll, a fourth young man looking pensive, buff glazed underside, unmarked, diameter approximately 39.5cm (condition: there is a sizeable patch of glaze fault on the inner pink border of the rim near the fist of one of the figures, there is a small glaze fault on the wing of a cherub positioned at 9 o’clock, there are wide crazing lines in a number of places) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 630 Lot 630 A ROYAL WORCESTER FRUIT STUDY CABINET PLATE, painted with apples, purple grapes and blackberries within a wavy gilt border, signed H.H. Price (Horace Price) printed, painted and impressed marks including W9534, WS, date cypher for 1930, diameter approximately 23.5cm, together with a Royal Worcester fruit study small pedestal dish painted by the same artist, printed marks, date cypher for 1941, diameter approximately 12cm and a Royal Worcester shaped rectangular pin dish with fruit painted study of apples, cherries and redcurrants, signed Roberts, printed and impressed marks, date cypher for 1938, length approximately 11.2cm (3) (condition: no signs of chips, cracks or restoration, some light wear to glaze) £280 - £320 plus BP* Lot 631 A RUSKIN POTTERY KINGFISHER BLUE LUSTRE GINGER JAR AND COVER, impressed marks to base ‘1911 RUSKIN’, cover repaired, height approximately 13cm, together with a Ruskin Pottery orange lustre ginger jar and cover, impressed marks to base ‘RUSKIN 1913’, height approximately 9cm (2) (condition: the Kingfisher cover has been in several pieces and glued back together, the orange lustre jar has wear to glaze where the cover sits on the shoulders and sounds defective when tapped, UV light reveals scratches/hairlines in the glaze) £80 - £120 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 632 A SPANISH FAIENCE EWER, the grotesque beast handle adjoining a bird style spout with ‘NO8DO’ painted in its open mouth, the bulbous body painted with a church in a landscape and a matedor with a bull, on a patterned pedestal base with circular foot, unmarked, height approximately 29cm (condition: handle, rim, spout, eyes and foot rim and have patches of glaze loss, no sign of restoration) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 633 A NEAR PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN CYLINDRICAL CANISTERS AND COVERS, blue and white hand painted foliate decoration between vertical bands, bearing four character marks to the bases, height approximately 14.5cm (2) (condition: both covers have glaze chips/scuffs around the upper rims, one canister has extensive glazing chipping around edge of shoulders, the other has a scuff to the shoulder and a hairline in the rim) £120 - £180 plus BP*

Lot 634 (part) Lot 634 THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTEEN VICTORIAN MINTON & CO SQUARE 6’’ X 6’’ (15CM X 15CM) GLAZED ENCAUSTIC FLOOR TILES, decorated with a foliate design so that a set of four tiles forms a pattern within an octagonal border in alternating blue and brown grounds, together with forty 6’’ x 6’’ interlinked scroll edgers, impressed ‘MINTON & CO PATENT STOKE ON TRENT’, with a number of broken sections (condition: at present in very dirty/dusty condition with mixed amounts of damage, potential purchasers are advised to view in person to satisfy themselves as to condition) £300 - £500 plus BP* Lot 635 A COLLECTION OF THIRTY W. GODWIN (HEREFORD) COLOURED GLAZED ENCAUSTIC 4 1/4’’ X 4 1/4’’ (10.8CM X 10.8CM) SQUARE FLOOR TILES, together with twelve similar rectangular border sections, twenty six other rectangular border sections and eight other similarly glazed square tiles (condition: mixed condition, many chipped, dusty and dirty, potential purchaser are advised to view in person to satisfy themselves as to condition) £50 - £70 plus BP*

Lot 636 (part) Lot 636 A COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY NINETY ASSORTED VICTORIAN TERRACOTTA AND BUFF TERRACOTTA ENCAUSTIC FLOOR TILES, a variety of patterns, makers and sizes, mostly 4 1/4’’ x 4 1/4’’ (10.8cm x 10.8cm) makers include J.C. Edwards of Ruabon and W. Godwin of Hereford, together with a large quantity of blank terracotta tiles, Art Nouveau coloured tiles, etc and two large tubs of broken tiles (condition: mixed condition from useable to extensive damage or in need of deep cleaning, potential purchaser are advised to view in person to satisfy themselves as to condition) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 637 A 19TH CENTURY MAIOLICA CHARGER, painted with a border of blue and yellow dots, the centre with a landscape featuring a castle and a spotted cat like animal walking on its hind legs, diameter approximately 32.5cm, with riveted repairs back and front, together with a 20th Century Talavera wall plate, decorated with swags and flowers, painted marks, diameter approximately 26cm (2) (condition: the charger has riveted repairs across the lower half, a few rim chips, the wall plate has a few glaze nibbles to the foot rim) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 638 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY COALPORT SILVER SHAPE COMPREHENSIVE DINNER SERVICE, circa 1820, printed and painted with an Indian Tree design, some pieces impressed ‘5’, many unmarked, others with painted marks including 2/48, comprises a soup tureen, cover and stand, two covered tureens, two sauce tureens covers and three stands, a graduated set of seven meat plates (smallest two in pairs), sixteen dinner plates, five soup plates and twelve dessert plates (49) (condition: overall good condition, some pieces have staines, one of the smallest meat plates has a stained crack, one of the large meat plates has a chip under the rim, wear to gilding in places) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 639 A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY FIGURES, including a Walton type figure of a girl holding a lamb, on a square base, bears Walton mark verso, s.d, height approximately 15cm, a seated Spaniel by a kennel and another Spaniel on the roof group, s.d, height approximately 14cm, a seated Spaniel with basket of flowers in its mouth, white glazed, height approximately 18cm and nine others, including a spill vase, flatbacks, fish seller, Scottish huntsmen, etc (12) (condition: mixed condition, Walton type figure has restoration to bocage, kennel group has a hole in the roof, crazing and firing cracks, others with chips, firing cracks and paint loss) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 640 A PAIR OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY MEIJI PERIOD JAPANESE FAMILLE VERTE BALUSTER VASES, of hexagonal form, painted with alternating panels of flowers and dragons to the main body, bears marks to the bases, height approximately 37cm (2) (condition: overall good condition, a few patches of stained crazing noted) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 641 A GEORGE III IRISH CUT GLASS BUTTER DISH AND COVER, of oval form, circa 1810, Van Dyck rim, facet, hobnail and ribbed sides with star cut base, oval length 15cm x height 11.5cm (condition: chip to upper edge of cover and several chips to Van Dyck rim) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 642 A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH CUT GLASS CREAM DISHES, of boat shape, circa 1800, lobed rim, Maltese cross shaped below scrolls, oval length 22.5cm x height 11cm (2) (condition: overall good condition, few small scuffs) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 643 A LATE GEORGIAN DOUBLE ENDED CLEAR GLASS SCENT FLASK, diamond cut body, white metal mounts with presentation inscription, length 12.5cm, together with three other 19th Century glass scent bottles, including an amethyst coloured example, a circular toilet jar and a glass cannister with star cut stopper, height 11cm (6) (condition: flask has one inner glass stopper, several small chips, other pieces have mixed amounts of chips, ranging from a few nibbles to larger chips, cracks noted, all pieces are useable) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 644 A GEORGE III CLEAR GLASS CIRCULAR BOWL AND COVER, circa 1780, pointed finial above shallow diamond and eliptical cut decoration, smooth base, height 23.5cm (condition: bruise to inner rim edge on the cover, base shows scratches to underside commensurate with age and use) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 645 A PAIR OF GEORGE III MALLET SHAPE GLASS DECANTERS WITH FACET CUT TRIPLE RING NECKS, bull’s eye stoppers, height 26cm (2) (condition: one stopper has a few nibbles, both decanters free from cracks, a few scratches and minor nibbles) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 646 A PAIR OF GEORGE III GLASS CANDLESTICKS, circa 1760-70, removable sconces, facet cut stems to domed petal cut bases, one with old riveted repair and brass collar, height 25.5cm (2) (condition: one sconce a later replacement, chipped around the rim, the other with old riveted repair, both have scratches to the underside of the bases commensurate with age and use) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 647 A GEORGE III MALLET SHAPED DECANTER, faceted lozenge stopper, the decanter engraved with floral decoration and various facet, eliptical and diamond cuts, height 27.5cm (condition: stopper has a couple of tiny nibbles, the decanter is free of cracks but has several nibbles to the cut decoration) £30 - £50 plus BP* Lot 648 A GEORGE III CLEAR GLASS CIRCULAR BOWL AND COVER, circa 1780, pointed finial above shallow diamond and eliptical cut decoration, smooth base, height 24cm (condition: tip of finial has a nibble, base shows scratches commensurate with age and use) £40 - £60 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 651 A SET OF FOUR EARLY 19TH CENTURY RUMMERS, the conical shaped bowls engraved with stars and borders of ovals, on short pedestals with lemon squeezer bases, height 13cm, together with a set of three liqueur glasses with coloured air twist stems, height 15.5cm (7) (condition: rummers, one has a small chip to outer rim, all four square bases have varying numbers of chips to the corners, one liqueur glass has a chipped inner rim) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 649 Lot 649 A GEORGE III GLASS CANDLESTICK, circa 1760, detachable sconce above facet cut tapering stem, on a square foot, height 24.5cm, together with a George III cut glass taperstick, petal shaped sconce, diamond cut stem, domed and petal cut foot, height 13cm (2) (condition: candlestick sconce has a bruise and a few very tiny nibbles, the stem has a nibble in the stem and also a few nibbles and inclusions to the base, the taperstick has a nibble to the rim and a few chips around the petal base) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 650 FIVE GEORGIAN GLASS DECANTERS, of various designs, four of mallet shape with flattened stoppers, one engraved ‘WHISKY’ and one French with gilt decoration, the fifth of shouldered square form, tallest 29cm, shortest 24cm (5) (condition: all five have pontil marks, some polished, no cracks noted, tablet stopper a later replacement, facet cut lozenge stoppers with nibbles, gilding worn in places to French decanter, some bruises in the ring neck of one) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Lot 652 Lot 652 A MODERN LALIQUE FROSTED AND CLEAR GLASS SCULPTURE OF A SWAN SWIMMING WITH HEAD UP, (ref: 1161600) etched ‘Lalique France’ to base of tail feathers, height 24cm x length 31cm (condition: overall very good condition, a few scratches to the underside of the base) £600 - £800 plus BP*

Lot 653 Lot 653 A MODERN LALIQUE FROSTED AND CLEAR CENTREPIECE BOWL ‘CHAMPS-ELYSEES’, moulded as veined leaves, etched mark ‘Lalique France’ to base of circular foot, length 45.5cm x width 25cm max x height 18.5cm (condition: overall very good condition, a few scratches to the underside of the base) £300 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 654 Lot 654 A PAIR OF MODERN LALIQUE FROSTED GLASS ‘LUXEMBOURG’ CHERUB FIGURE GROUPS/BOOKENDS, moulded holding swags, on semi circular bases, etched mark ‘Lalique France’ to bases, height 20cm x width 16cm (2) (condition: overall very good condition, a few scratches to the undersides of the bases) £300 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 655 A CLARICE CLIFF BIZARRE NOVELTY CRUET SET IN THE FORM OF A HEN AND THREE CHICKS, bears ‘Wilkinson England Honeyglaze Handpainted’ underglaze stamp with ‘Bizarre’ by Clarice Cliff Newport Pottery England over stamp, height 14cm (condition: salt and pepper lack cork stoppers, salt has a nibble to upper beak and a hairline in the inner of the base, the mustard pot has a crack in the egg, a chip to the chick’s neck and two firing cracks) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 656 A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IMARI POTTERY CYLINDRICAL STICK STAND, foliate decoration between two blue and white borders, s.d., height 56.5cm (condition: two cracks in the rim, crack in the base, several patches of staining crazing) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 657 A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE TWIN HANDLED VASE, of baluster form, the flattened handles with bird head masks and relief decorated scrolls, the vase painted with geometric and foliate motifs, unmarked, height 43.5cm (condition: firing cracks around handles, underside of base has dark staining) £80 - £120 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 658 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE TITHE PIG GROUP, tree behind, on an oval base, s.d and restoration, height 16cm (condition: arm of man holding pig with poor repair, sheaf of corn to side of Vicar’s feet has repair/restoration, the tree has extensive losses and poor repairs, small chip to side of base and areas of paint loss) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 659 THREE LATE 18TH / EARLY 19TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN MEAT PLATTERS, comprising two with traditional landscape scenes, width 27cm and 38.5cm, the larger with extensive crack, the third with birds and foliage, width 28cm, together with a Chinese export porcelain coffee cup and a footed lozenge shaped dish with Imari decoration, width 16cm x depth 14cm x height 4.7cm (5) (condition: cup has wear to the gilding, Imari decorated dish has wear to decoration, areas of sticky residue to the base footrim and underside of base, two rim chips from one of which is a crack, smallest platter has two rim chips, the largest platter has an extensive crack and nibbles around the rim) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 660 A SMALL GROUP OF CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN, including a pair of vases with armorial decoration, height 13.5cm, a jug painted with cartouches and a circular plate, painted with dragons to the borders and figures to the centre, s.d., diameter 19.5cm, together with a late 18th Century pearlware tea bowl with hand painted decoration, a Chelsea red anchor period octagonal tea bowl decorated in the Kakiemon style, a.f, a pair of green glazed pottery vases and two late Victorian carved ivory items (10) (condition: pair of vases, wear to the gilding and some losses to the decoration, the jug has slight wear to the decoration, the plate has rim chips and a crack from one of them, the pearlware tea bowl has nibbles to the rim and a small chip to the rim and chips to the footrim, the Chelsea tea bowl has an extensive crack, the two green glazed vases have glaze loss and chips, the small ivory vase is split through) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 661 A LATE 18TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN FOOTED BOWL, decorated in the Famille Rose palette with flowers, diameter 19.5cm, together with another Chinese porcelain footed bowl in the Famille verte palette, diameter 19.5cm and a 20th Century cloisonne bowl, diameter 17cm (3) (condition: Famille Rose has light wear to the enamel and a hairline crack from the rim, the famille verte bowl has light wear to the decoration, especially the gilding, cloisonne is ok) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 662 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SEVRES STYLE POT POURRI VASES AND COVERS, of oval form, blue and gilt domed covers, the vases with pierced rims above fluted neck, the main body painted with reserves of poultry and children/putti, angular mask handles, rectangular foot, underglaze blue crossed ‘L’s to base, height 19cm (2) (condition: the covers are ill fitting and both have restoration/repair at the finials, one handle on each vase has glued repairs, one is loose at join of body to base, the other has been filled at the join) £300 - £400 plus BP*

Lot 663 Lot 663 KATHARINE MORLING (BRITISH 1972), Zebra Crossing, a three dimensional ceramic sculpture, believed to be from an edition of ten pieces, signed ‘K. Morling’ towards the base, the base with baize effect fabric covering, approximate height 43cm x width 38cm, with photocopy of artists biography, Katharine Morling is a contemporary British artist whose work has been exhibited internationally, including the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, her more recent work is of inanimate objects (condition: good condition, some crazing in the glaze to a few of the staircases) £650 - £750 plus BP*

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Lot 664 Lot 664 KATHARINE MORLING (BRITISH 1972), Nine Skulls (or St Nicholas Nine Skulls) a three dimensional ceramic sculpture, believed to be based on the gate posts of St Nicholas Church, Deptford which features stone skull and cross bone finials, also believed to be an early work by the artist, incised ‘K M’ to underside of the base, height 58cm x width 33cm, with artists biography (condition: good condition, the transfer printed black and white chequered floor has a few print faults but no damage noted) £550 - £650 plus BP* Lot 665 A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN WALKING CANE HANDLE, the top painted with two figures by a river with city beyond, the sides painted with floral sprays within gilt scrolls, faint marks interior including crossed swords, height 6.5cm (condition: good condition) £40 - £60 plus BP*

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Lot 666 Lot 666 A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY VILLEROY & BOCH METTLACH TWIN HANDLED BALUSTER VASES, glazed rims and handles, of which the handles are modelled as twin headed birds with grotesque mask terminals, the body with incised and relief classical motifs and four beaded oval panels with side profile female portraits emblematic of the four continents, impressed marks to base including shape No.1572, height 41cm (2) (condition: good condition) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 667 A PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN TWIN HANDLED VASES, of baluster form, with upward scrolled handles, white ground with gilt decoration, painted with rectangular panels of summer flowers, on a striped gilt circular foot with square plinth, unmarked, height 19.5cm and 19cm, together with a 19th Century Coalbrookdale porcelain vase, the inner rim painted with two pierced leafy sections, the body encrusted with flowers and painted with flowers and insects above an apple green ground, ‘Swan’ scrolling handles, on a quatrefoil base, underglaze script CD, height 21cm and a mid 19th Century English porcelain twin handled vase, with extensive damage and repairs, height 23cm (4) (condition: pair of vases have wear to the gilding, Coalbrookdale vase has paint loss and chips to the encrusting, the other vase a.f.) £60 - £80 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 668 A LATE 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID BALLOON SHAPED MANTEL CLOCK, the circular enamel dial with black Roman numerals and red Arabic quarters, the eight day movement marked Fritz Marti, gong strike, on brass bracket feet, with key and pendulum, height of clock approximately 31cm (condition: clocks winds, chimes, heard ticking, dial has light marking, the case in good order) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 671 A 19TH CENTURY THREE DRAWER BRASS AND MAHOGANY TELESCOPE, by Thomas Harris of London, open length 69cm x closed length 24cm (condition: split in the mahogany and larger lens cover has solder around rim and brass splits have opened) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 669 Lot 669 AN ARTS & CRAFTS OAK CASED MANTEL CLOCK, the domed top above a rectangular case carved with entwined foliage and fruits, circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, the eight day movement marked L.P. Japy, No.18342, bell strike, with pendulum, no key, height approximately 61.5cm x width 43cm (condition: clock winds, chimes but bell is not sitting flush to striker, heard ticking, the back board is a plywood replacement, dial is chipped around winding holes) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 672 Lot 672 A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY CHINESE ENAMEL VASES, conical neck over hexagonal body on a circular foot, painted on turquoise ground with foliate scrolls, with the neck interior and main body in a white ground, the panels with birds in branches, height approximately 28cm, with a pair of stained wood stands (4) (condition: overall good condition, a few minor nibbles around rims, in need of cleaning) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 670 A LATE 19TH CENTURY BLACK SLATE MANTEL CLOCK, with bronze surmount in the form of a late 18th Century gentleman seated beside a globe, book and scroll, the slate case with concave front corners, circular enamel dial with Roman numerals named ‘W. De Haan A LAHAYE’, the eight day movement marked Japy Freres, bell strike, glazed door to movement, foliate cast gilt metal and black slate plinth style base with wide fluted gilt metal concave feet, with key, pendulum and bill of receipt from 1982, height approximately 58cm (condition: dial has stained cracks, especially around winding holes and numeral VIII, clock winds, chimes and heard ticking) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 673 A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE SWORD, 42cm blade with slight curve, shagreen handle lacking strapping, insect decorated iron tsuba with worn gilding, lacquered scabbard decorated with gilt insects, overall length 59cm (condition: worn condition, with damage to blade edge, tang has rust/corrosion and gilding wear, splits in lacquer scabbard and in shagreen handle) £100 - £150 plus BP*


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Lot 674 Lot 674 TWO LATE 19TH / 20TH CENTURY JAPANESE ROSEWOOD AND SHIBAYAMA WHIST MARKERS, the bone pegs decorated with insects, the wood with gilt foliate designs, together with another plain whist marker, all approximately 9cm in length, together with a boxed set of De La Rue ‘The Eastern Highway P & O and British India Lines’ playing cards and a Tunbridge Ware playing card case for two decks (5) (condition: one whist marker missing three insect inlay, the card box has splits and top and bottom are not closing flush, the centre insert is in two pieces) £30 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 677 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TEA CADDY, of rectangular form, brass handle to the hinged cover, vacant interior, width 23.5cm, together with a George III mahogany apothecary’s box, swan neck handle to the hinged lid, gilt brass clasp lock with key, the interior with three division, width 25cm and two Victorian work boxes with decorative veneers, both with vacant interiors, widths 31.5cm and 22cm (4) (condition: caddy and apothecary box in fair condition, commensurate with age and use, the two Victorian boxes both have some splits in the veneers, the larger box is the one in slightly worse condition but both are usable) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 675 A PAIR OF LATE 18TH CENTURY ADAM STYLE CAST BRASS CANDLESTICKS, fluted and beaded decoration, bear maker’s mark H under each base, likely to be Harrison of Birmingham, height approximately 26cm, together with Victorian and Edwardian snuff boxes, cigarette case, candlesnuffers, bottle stoppers, vesta case, needlework accessories and aide memoire, etc (parcel) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 676 A VICTORIAN LEATHER BOUND WRITING SLOPE, central gilt handle to the hinged lid, the fitted interior with silk slope, width 30.5cm, together with a George IV mahogany tea caddy of rectangular form, fitted with two mahogany caddies and a void for a mixing bowl, on bun feet, width 34cm and a 19th Century Anglo Indian porcupine quill box, the interior fitted with nine lidded compartments, width 28.5cm (3) (condition: the writing slope is in usable condition, some scuffs to leather edges and wear to gilding, tea caddy has a loose foot, replaced velvet inside the lid, the quill box has a number of losses especially around the sides and interior has been altered/needs attention) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 678 Lot 678 A VICTORIAN NEGRETTI & ZAMBRA BRASS CASED BAROMETER, with semi circular thermometer, the dial numbered 1826 and marked ‘Inst. Makers To Her Majestry’, fitted with a hanging loop and in its original morroco case with velvet lining, barometer diameter 12cm x depth 5.5cm (condition: dial has areas of discolouration and these are mostly along the top and bottom edges, the brass has lost areas of the original finish, the fitted case has splits and losses, particularly to corners and bottom front edge) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 679 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY DOUBLE SIDED PAINTED HANGING BOARD RELATING TO THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS (MANCHESTER UNITY FRIENDLY SOCIETY), for the ‘Loyal Victory Lodge No.395’, the reverse painted with three columns of names presumed to be Past Grand Officers, research shows the Victory Lodge was founded in 1816 in Huddersfield, it still survives but meets in Cowlersley, approximately 73cm x 58.5cm (condition: the painted surface is difficult to read on the side with names, there are marks on this same side where hinges had previously been fitted, some splits and a hole, in need of restoration) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 680 AN EARLY 1960’S BRASS PORT HOLE FROM THE LAST VESSEL TO BE NAMED CITY OF LICHFIELD, the ship was sold in 1978 and renamed ‘Leeds’ and then ‘City of Leeds’, in 1980 she was stranded in heavy weather and in 1984 she was broken up, porthole mounted in wood for display purposes, diameter excluding screws 53cm £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 681 A PAIR OF MID 18TH CENTURY BRASS TAPER STICKS, knopped stem with a domed swirl base, circa 1755, height approximately 13cm (2) (condition: both in good condition overall) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 682 TWO PAIRS OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY PAPIER MACHE WINE COASTERS, one pair decorated in gilt with floral sprays, the other with a border of roundels, leafy swags and oak leaves, diameters 13cm and 16.5cm (4) (condition: the deeper pair have some deterioration to the undersides, one has craqueleur to the interior, the larger pair have a rim chip to one and craqueleur to the other) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Lot 683 A PAIR OF GEORGE III HENRY CLAY PAPIER MACHE OVAL GRADUATED TRAYS, black with an inner gilt border of flower heads amongst scrolls and a narrow band of leaves, outer border of vine leaves, the smaller stamped ‘CLAY’ and the larger with a coronet ‘CLAY PATENT’, oval lengths 36.5cm and 47cm (2) (condition: the smaller tray has some craqueleur and chips to the base, the larger with a small amount of craqueleur) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 684 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD STICK BAROMETER, by Bailey of 14 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham, caddy style pediment over rectangular barometer, fitted with a mercury thermometer, bulbous base, height approximately 98cm (condition: good condition overall) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 685 A 19TH CENTURY MOTHER OF PEARL SHELL, with a religious scene of saints and apostle surrounding a bed, mounted on black velvet, circular gilt frame with convex glass, s.d., width of shell 14cm, overall diameter of frame 27cm (condition: two small glued repairs around lower edge) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 686 Lot 686 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY NEGRETTI & ZAMBRA POCKET BAROMETER ALTIMETER IN GILT BRASS CASE, measures to 10,000 feet, numbered 4020, compensated movement, diameter 4.7cm in a fitted leather case with green velvet and silk lining (condition: hinge of leather case is broken, green silk has worn areas, also some losses to the leather and clasp, some wear to the gilding) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 687 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDY, the hinged cover with rectangular inset cartouche, the interior with replacement/repaired lining, single inner cover, on four brass ball feet, one at back replaced, width 14cm x depth 8.5cm x height 11cm (condition: repair to front right corner of uppermost panel of cover, other small patches of loss, repair or damage, including splits around a hinge, losses and splits to top of cover and to the base front right hand corner) £60 - £80 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 688 A SET OF 19TH CENTURY CARVED BONE CHESS PIECES, red stained and natural, tallest pieces 10.5cm and smallest 3.5cm (32) (condition: white rook has broken finial join, one red pawn has broken ball finial, red queen has a broken/chipped collar, red bishop has broken/chipped collar, other small nicks to a few pieces) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 689 G. MASCONGNI (G. MASCAGNI), a late 19th Century alabaster table lamp, with two section spherical shade supported on a figure of Atlas standing by a tree trunk, on a shaped plinth base bearing faint signature along right hand facing side, height 58cm (condition: the uppermost half of the shade has cracks, other smaller nibbles, the metal lamp fitting on Atlas has tape around the thread which prevents shade sitting on the shoulders, three ground down areas on head and shoulders, other small nibbles here and there) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 690 A GRADUATED SET OF EIGHT SERVANT’S BELLS, six with stamped metal rose decoration to the hanging fittings, the mounts indistinctly stamped with registered date ?, etc, together with another unrelated servant’s bell and some additional but probably unrelated fittings, all bells complete with clappers (9) (condition: rusted springs, one is broken and lacks wall fixings, in need of attention) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 693 Lot 693 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CLOCKWORK AUTOMATON OF TWO BIRDS IN A BRASS CAGE, both birds sing and move beaks, the red bird turns its head and moves its tail feathers, circular embossed base, height 27cm (condition: working at time of report, feathers a little dusty) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 691 A COLD PAINTED BRONZE FIGURE GROUP, of a man seated on a rug holding a snake, a further snake in front of him, a wicker basket and cloth at his knee, in the Bergmann style, width 14cm x depth 12cm x height 7.5cm, together with another cold painted bronze figure of a man seated by a brazier pouring coffee, height 9cm (2) (condition: both in overall good condition, some small patches of paint loss) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 692 A COLD PAINTED BRONZE OF A MAN SEATED ON A RUG HOLDING A RIFLE, powder flask on the floor, coffee pot on table at the corner, width 13cm x depth 9.4cm x height 11.2cm, together with another cold painted bronze of a man kneeling on his rug at prayer, with four various weapons surrounding him, width 10cm x depth 13cm x height 10cm (2) (condition: both in overall good condition) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 694 Lot 694 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY TORTOISESHELL BOW FRONT TEA CADDY, with pressed basket weave decoration to the front, gilt metal ball finial above a rectangular geometric design panel to the hinged lid opening to reveal a two division interior, fitted with tortoiseshell covers, on four claw and ball feet, width 17cm x depth 10cm x height 19.5cm (condition: when lid is closed it is slightly parted from base, the feet are loose/bent, the caddy linings are heavily deteriorated, small section of ivory missing around clasp on the cover, ivory loose on underside between back feet, some lifting of pewter inlay) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 696 Lot 695 A COLLECTION OF EIGHT EARLY 20TH CENTURY COLD PAINTED BRONZE MINIATURE WILDLIFE FIGURES, comprising an otter with a fish, a badger, a pig, a hare, a fox, a penguin, a rabbit and a red squirrel, height of hare 5.7cm (8) (condition: no damage or repair noted but areas of paint loss to all) £200 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 696 A COLLECTION OF SEVEN EARLY 20TH CENTURY COLD PAINTED BRONZE MINIATURE BIRD FIGURES, comprising a blackbird, a wagtail, a cock pheasant and hen pheasant, an owl, a partridge and a grouse, height of grouse 4.3cm (7) (condition: no damage or repair noted but areas of paint loss to all) £ 120 - £180 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 697 A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE ENAMEL TWIN HANDLED VASES, of baluster form, blue ground decorated with panels of figures in gardens between bands of leaves and foliate scrolls, circular bases, height 16cm (2) (condition: both vases have damage around the top rims, both have knocks around the foot rim, both have losses on the blue ground) £100 - £200 plus BP* Lot 698 A CHINESE POLISHED BRONZE TRIPOD CENSER, 18th / 19th Century, looped handles, cast mark to underside, height 8cm x handle to handle 12cm (condition: small rectangular slit to one side, indentation to base of one handle) £300 - £400 plus BP* Lot 699 A COLLECTION OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED WOODEN FIGURES, including execution scene, torture scene, figure riding an Ox, dining table group, figure in a cage, etc, maximum height 9cm (7) (condition: small amounts of losses, chipped wood and broken/missing thread) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 700 Lot 700 A GROUP OF FIVE ART DECO CARVACRAFT DESK ACCESSORIES IN BUTTERSCOTCH AMBER BAKELITE, comprising a rocker ink blotter, a perpetual calendar, a notepad stand, a standish and a stamp sponge holder, printed marks ‘Carvacraft MADE IN GT BRITAIN A DICKINSON PRODUCT’ to the undersides, some marks faint, width of standish 28.5cm (condition: the calendar has a glued repair to the rectangular base, small chip to the underside of the sponge stand, the blotter has some chips to the black bakelite rocker, the standish sliding cover is not running smoothly and lacks inkwell, the underside shows old glue around the pen holders, also small chips and small crack in this area) £70 - £100 plus BP*

Lot 701 TWELVE 19TH CENTURY MOTHER OF PEARL FISH SHAPED GAMING COUNTERS, together with a mother of pearl condiment spoon, a 19th Century Canton red stained ivory draughts piece, carved back and front with figures, s.d, a Victorian carved ivory pea pod propelling pencil, a 19th Century carved bone hound head whistle, a.f and a 19th Century brass pocket microscope, turned ivory handle, fitted in a leather covered card case (17) (condition: some small losses to gaming counters, draughts piece chipped and cracks, whistle in poor condition, microscope has splits) £50 - £80 plus BP* Lot 702 A BOXED SIMMONS’S IMPROVED SOVEREIGN BALANCE, a cased De Grave & Son of London balance scale with three weights, two stamped Royal Mint 1843, together with a Wheatley Silmalloy fly case, three late 19th Century carved treen pocket watch stands, another cast as a stag’s head in gilt metal, a 19th Century horn and plated cheroot cutter, pipes, leather cigar case, etc (parcel) (condition: mixed but generally all in good useable order) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 703 A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE BRONZE TWIN HANDLED VASE AND COVER, the cover cast as an eagle standing over a snake, the vase cast in relief with tree handles, the body with cranes flying, perched on branches or in water, the circular foot with smaller birds flying above waves, on a separate open base cast with branches of prunus blossom, a.f, height 70cm (condition: the cover has cracks and old repairs to eagles legs and the cover is broken from its circular base, the handles may also been repaired £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 704 Lot 704 A CHINESE BRONZE BRUSH WASHER, cast with two figures and two bats amongst clouds, marked to base, height 2.5cm, together with another cast in relief with Middle Eastern decoration, height 5cm (2) (condition: figural example has a small hole in front of one figure’s hand, the other has a scroll standing proud on the base and a very small hole visible to one side from the interior) £200 - £300 plus BP*

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Lot 705 Lot 705 A GROUP OF FOUR SMALL BRONZE STANDING FIGURES OF BUDDHA, all probably South East Asian, together with another small bronze Buddha seated on a scrolling cloud, maximum height 10.5cm, together with two bronze Buddha’s, one within a rectangular frame, the other indistinctly embossed (7) (condition: overall all in fair condition, with the flattened arch shaped bronze lacking a hanging loop) £300 - £500 plus BP*

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Lot 706 A COLLECTION OF SMALL ORIENTAL BRONZE FIGURES, including six tomb bronzes/pendants, height approximately 4cm, a standing deity holding yin yang disc, height approximately 10cm, various amulets, various Buddha and deity figures, etc, together with a Chinese tobacco tin (parcel) (condition: mixed condition collections of verdigris and dirt in crevases) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 707 A GEORGE II INDENTURE WITH SEAL ATTACHED, circa 1743, relating to land in Nottinghamshire, mounted, framed and glazed, overall dimensions 98cm x 96.5cm, together with thirty one 19th and 20th Century leases, mortgages, indentures, etc, mostly relating to Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Warwickshire, including Sutton Coldfield, Erdington and Dudley (2) (condition: overall good condition, seal has deteriorated slightly) £40 - £50 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 708 A 1960’S WHITE AND NEWTON TEAK 7FT SIDEBOARD, with three graduated drawers and double cupboard doors flanking a fall front drinks section, width 217cm x depth 44cm x height 70cm £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 709 A PAIR OF MID 20TH CENTURY ERCOL MODEL 391 ELM AND BEECH TRIPLE SPINDLE BACK DINING CHAIRS, (2) (condition: wear to finish, fluid staining, backs slightly wobbly) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 710 A G PLAN FRESCO TEAK DRESSING TABLE, with a rectangular swinging mirror, frieze make up drawer above twin drawer pedestals on shaped tapering legs, width 152cm, together with a matching pink buttoned upholstered stool (2) (condition: very good condition) £120 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 714 A MCINTOSH ROSEWOOD 7FT SIDEBOARD, with three graduated drawers, the top drawer red baize lined and with cutlery dividers, a fall front door flanking a double cupboard door compartment, on cylindrical tapering legs, width 213cm x depth 45cm x height 75cm (condition: very good condition (with Cities Article 10 (non-transferable) licence No.587303/02) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 715 AN ERCOL BLONDE ELM OVAL DROP LEAF DINING TABLE, on four tapering legs, approximately 124cm x 113cm and four spindle hoop back chairs with removable yellow seat pads (5) (condition: sunlight fading, some indents due to wear) £150 - £250 plus BP* Lot 716 AN ERCOL BLONDE ELM WINDSOR SIDEBOARD/BOOKCASE, model 455D, the top section flanked by two glazed bookcases adjoined by an open unit and single shelf, the base section with cupboard doors flanking three graduated drawers, the top drawer with a sliding cutlery divider, approximate width 156cm x depth 44cm x height 162cm (condition: good condition, some light marks due to wear) £150 - £200 plus BP* Lot 717 AN ERCOL BLONDE ELM RECTANGULAR COFFEE TABLE, on four beech tapering legs united by a spindled undershelf, approximate width 105cm x 46cm x height 36cm (condition: very good) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 711 Lot 711 A G PLAN FRESCO TEAK CHEST OF SIX DRAWERS, width 55.5cm x depth 44.5cm x height 103cm (condition: very good condition, some signs of light wear to top) £80 - £100 plus BP* Lot 712 A CIRCULAR G PLAN ASTRO TEAK AND GLASS TOPPED COFFEE TABLE, diameter 84cm x height 46cm (condition: good condition, some signs of wear) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 713 A MCINTOSH ROSEWOOD RECTANGULAR TOPPED EXTENDING DINING TABLE, with double additional fold out leaves on four tapering legs, extended width 236cm x closed width 161cm x depth 92cm x height 74cm and eight chairs with green Draylon upholstery including two chairs (9) (condition: very good condition, some sunlight fading to chairs) (with Cites Article 10 (non-transferable) licence No.587303/01) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 718 Lot 718 AN ERCOL BLONDE ELM PEBBLE NEST OF THREE TABLES, on triple beech cylindrical tapering legs, largest table approximate width 65cm x depth 44cm x height 40cm (3) (condition: smallest and middle table with liquid staining, deep scratch to middle table, light wear to largest table, wear to legs) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 724 Lot 719 AN ERCOL BLONDE ELM TWO TIER WALL MOUNTED PLATE RACK, approximate width 97cm x height 49.5cm (condition: good condition) Lot 720 VICTOR B WILKINS, A G PLAN FRESCO CIRCULAR TEAK EXTENDING DINING TABLE, on cylindrical tapering legs with one additional fold out leaf, diameter approximately 122cm x extended width 168cm x height 73cm and four chairs with black leatherette upholstery on cross stretched legs (5) (condition: table top with wear and various staining, leatherette upholstery with cracking to three chairs, some wear to frame) £80 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 724 A MCINTOSH TEAK SIDEBOARD, with double cupboard doors flanked by three graduated drawers, the top drawer baize lined with cutlery dividers and a fall front cupboard door revealing a black formica topped chopping slide, approximate width 202cm x depth 46cm x height 76.5cm (condition: overall good condition) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 721 VICTOR B WILKINS, A TALL G PLAN FRESCO TEAK CHEST OF SIX GRADUATED DRAWERS, approximate width 53cm x depth 44cm x height 100cm (condition: overall good condition, some signs of wear) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 722 A MCINTOSH CIRCULAR TEAK EXTENDING DINING TABLE, with one additional fold out leaf, diameter approximately 122cm x extended width 197.5cm x height 73.5cm and six model 9533 black leatherette chairs (7) (condition: table sunlight faded, chairs in overall good condition) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 723 A MCINTOSH TEAK 7FT SIDEBOARD, with double cupboard doors flanked by three graduated drawers, the top drawer baize lined with cutlery dividers and a fall front cupboard door revealing a white leaf design formica topped chopping slide, approximate width 213.5cm x depth 46cm x height 75cm (condition: good condition) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 725 Lot 725 A STAPLES LADDERAX MODULAR WALL SHELVING SYSTEM, comprising of two tall metal laddered uprights, two matching short uprights, a teak double door fitted wardrobe, approximate width 89cm x depth 40.5cm x height 132cm, fall front cupboard door section, chest of three graduating drawers and double wooden sliding door cupboard section (condition: some wear including scratches, sunlight fading) £200 - £250 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 726 PREBEND SORENSEN, A PS DANISH TEAK MODULAR HANG AND HIDE SHELVING SYSTEM, comprising of a fall front cupboard section, glazed door bookcase, two matching narrow glazed door bookcases, one single drawer and open shelf unit section, two matching open shelves, all with brackets, single narrow shelf and a single deep shelf with replacement bracket (condition: overall good condition, some loose joint to wall brackets, no losses) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 727 IN THE MANNER OF HANS J WEGNER FOR JOHANNES HANSEN, model JH503 teak armchair, approximate width 60cm x depth 51cm x 74.5cm (condition: chair wobbly due to loose joints, some staining due to age) £40 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 731 A PAIR OF ERCOL BLONDE ELM AND BEECH STACKING CHAIRS, with single bar back on cylindrical tapering legs, with removable cushions, height approximately 75.5cm (2) (condition: one chair with a more worn finish to seat and bar back) £40 - £60 plus BP* Lot 732 A SKOVBY SM33 CIRCULAR BEECH DINING TABLE, with a circular extending mechanism to reveal three pull out leaves on a central cylindrical base, diameter 119cm x extended diameter 145cm x height 73cm and four matching armchairs with oatmeal upholstery (5) (condition: overall good condition, some signs of wear to table top, mechanism in working order, chairs upholstery slightly worn) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 728 A LADDERAX TEAK MODULAR SHELVING SYSTEM, comprising of four laddered uprights (each upright cut at centre to create four short uprights), a fall front bureau section and four various shelves (condition: worn handle, general wear and tear) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 733 Lot 733 A CALLIGARIS TIVOLI CIRCULAR GLASS TOPPED DINING TABLE, on a five leg chrome apex style base, diameter 130cm x height 74cm and four model L’eau transparent chairs, aquamarine and red in colour, on a chrome frame (5) (condition: table and chairs in good condition, frames solid) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 729 Lot 729 LUCIAN ERCOLANI, a pair of model 427 beech easy lounge chairs, having an angular seat and back on double cylindrical tapering legs (the chairs do not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason it should not be used in a private dwelling) (condition: one chair with original upholstery, frames solid, one strap missing) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 734 A MCINTOSH TEAK RECTANGULAR EXTENDING DINING TABLE, on a cross framed base, extended width 168cm x width 122cm x depth 99cm x height 73.5cm and a set of five model 9943 bar back chairs (6) (condition: good condition to table and chairs, some light surface scratches to table top, frames sturdy) £100 - £120 plus BP*

Lot 730 AN ERCOL BLONDE ELM RECTANGULAR COFFEE TABLE, on four beech tapering legs united by a spindled undershelf, approximate width 105cm x 46cm x height 36cm (condition: table top worn, some ink staining) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 735

Lot 737 Lot 735 A MCINTOSH TEAK 7FT SIDEBOARD, with double cupboard doors flanked by three graduated drawers, the top drawer baize lined with cutlery dividers and a fall front cupboard door revealing a black formica topped chopping slide, width 213.5cm x depth 45cm x height 75cm (condition: good condition) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Lot 736 A 1960’S / 1970’S TEAK DOUBLE SLIDING GLAZED BOOKCASE, with two glass shelves, width 91.5cm x depth 32cm x height 107cm £20 - £40 plus BP*

Lot 737 A SET OF SIX MID 20TH CENTURY BENTWOOD AND TUBULAR STACKING ARMCHAIRS, having a beech arched back and plywood seats, width 53cm x depth 46cm x height 73cm (6) (condition: all frames solid, surface marks and wear due to age to all chairs, no breaks or warping to wood) £150 - £250 plus BP*


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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 740 A MID VICTORIAN WALNUT CHEST OF SIX GRADUATED LONG DRAWERS, moulded rectangular top, Gothic style brass handles, locks marked Gibbons, Wolverhampton, separate plinth base, approximate width 91cm x depth 62.5cm x height 142.5cm (condition: the top has a few marks/scratches and one of the panels forming the top is slightly parted from the adjoining panel, the plinth has some damp patches on the sides) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 738 Lot 738 A 19TH CENTURY ANGLO INDIAN ORNATELY CARVED HARDWOOD CHAIR, the pierced back with three exotic birds above foliate scrolls, circular tapestry seat above a band of flower buds between four winged beast headed legs with a bird on each paw foot, leaf stretchers and carved pendant, overall height 97.5cm and height to seat 45cm (condition: the back is not firm and has large old screws fastening the back to the base with old filled holes, one of the winged sections between the legs is loose but still attached) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 739 Lot 739 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD CIRCULAR TILT TOP BREAKFAST TABLE, on a conical pedestal with tulip and egg moulded decoration, quatrefoil plinth with four foliate scrolled lion paw feet fitted with integral brass casters, diameter approximately 136.5cm x height 72cm (condition: top has a semi circular dark ring mark/stain, some splits, small amount of losses around edge, the clip and lock mechanism are refitted/replaced, veneer losses to plinth and around top of base, feet staining worn) £300 - £400 plus BP*

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Lot 741 Lot 741 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY WORK TABLE, of rectangular form with drop leaves, the ends fitted with two drawers and two dummy drawers, turned wooden handles, on four turned and fluted tapering legs with brass caps and casters, open width 72.5cm x depth 46cm x height 70.5cm, with key (condition: overall good condition with some patches of old staining commensurate with age and use) £200 - £300 plus BP* Lot 742 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR DOUBLE FOLD OVER TEA/CARD TABLE, fitted with a long drawer, turned wooden handles, on four chamfered block legs with brass caps and casters, approximate width 83.5cm x depth 41cm x height 75cm (condition: top fold is slightly warped, brass caps not original, some old repairs including to drawer front, other scratches commensurate with age and use) £120 - £180 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 743 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD CROSS BANDED AND INLAID SOFA TABLE, fitted with dummy drawer and drawer to each side of the frieze, on two turned and octagonal shaped pedestals to a quatreform plinth, four sabre legs with gilt metal leafy caps and brass casters, closed width 92cm x depth 63cm x height 70cm, comes with postcard description relating to purchase in 1973 from John Bell (condition: some restoration filled patches to the top, scratches and splits to veneers commensurate with age and use) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 744 A GEORGE III OAK CHEST ON STAND, the hinged top opening to reveal a papered interior using printed sheets from books and pamphlets from the 1820’s, the stand fitted with two short drawers, on stiles, approximate weight 95cm x depth 47.5cm x height 76cm (Provenance: Purchased from Wintertons in 2001, having been consigned from a property in Warton, Warwickshire and has associations with the Arnold family) (condition: in need of some attention to the left side of the stand, the top has old splits) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 745 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK, with tubular quarter chiming mechanism, the arched hood with pierced sound boards to sides and metal grille to back, s.d., the dial door flanked by columns, the silvered and foliate pierced 11.5’’ (29cm) dial with ‘CHIME/SILENT’ and ‘WHITTINGTON/WESTMINISTER/ST MICHAEL’ chimes, Arabic numerals, the dial named Finnegans Manchester, the case with presentation plaque dated ‘31st Jan 1920’, astragal glazed door displaying nine tubes, pendulum and three weights, on a plinth with bracket feet, height 224cm, with winding key, two case keys, pendulum and three weights (condition: case in good condition, metal grille at the rear of the hood is mishapen, movement seen working, musical/chimes not heard, some attention needed to make all chimes/tubes strike) £600 - £800 plus BP* Lot 746 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND ROSEWOOD STAINED TRIPOD TABLE, the wavy circular top on a spiral twist pedestal to three cabriole legs, diameter approximately 43.5cm x height 73.5cm (condition: small repair to edge of top, otherwise in good condition) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 747 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD AND ROSEWOOD STAINED STOOL, the later pink velvet button upholstery over dual X frame ends linked by a turned stretcher, with flattened but feet, the seat 41cm square x height 45cm (condition: may be missing moulding on centre of X but both sides have splits at the joins) £50 - £70 plus BP*

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Lot 748 Lot 748 A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD SET OF SHEET MUSIC SHELVES, rectangular top over twelve open fronted shelves, ten with semi circular cut outs, on a short plinth style base, approximate width 65cm x depth 42cm x height 56cm, comes with a quantity of sheet music for a variety of instruments (condition: section of moulding missing to back edge of upper right hand side, old deep scratches and paint splashes to the top and other places to a lesser extent) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 749 A PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY SATINWOOD AND EBONY STRUNG DINING CHAIRS, the padded backs with scrolled tops, stuffed over seats, on square tapering front legs, height to seat 43cm (2) (condition: modern cream upholstery, structurally sound, old damage and repairs to back legs) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 750 A 20TH CENTURY PERSIAN SILK TREE OF LIFE RUG, multi strap border with bands of foliate and geometric patterns, the cream centre ground with tree, flowers, birds and animals, length excluding fringe 204cm x 132cm (condition: household paint splatters, some areas of wear and damage) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 751 A GEORGE III OAK, MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD BANDED LONGCASE CLOCK, the hood with dentil pediment on doric columns flanking an arched door, the 11’’ (28cm) brass dial with pierced brass foliate scroll and mask spandrels, Roman numerals, eight day movement, the arch with convex disc named ‘Jam. Gandy Cockermouth’, dial and movement with alternations and restorations, arched trunk door, plain plinth base with bracket feet, height approximately 202cm, with pendulum and weights (condition: dial and movement altered/restored) £150 - £200 plus BP*

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Lot 752 Lot 752 A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND PINE OPEN FRONT BOOKCASES, of rectangular form with moulded pediment, four fixed graduated shelves, plinth style base, approximate width 68.5cm x depth 22cm x height 112.5cm (2) (condition: in overall good condition commensurate with age and use) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 753 A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY AND EBONY STRONG BOW FRONT SIDEBOARD, fitted with a central frieze drawer flanked by a deep drawer, all with lion mask ring handles, on six turned and tapered cylindrical legs, approximate width 153cm x depth 66.5cm x height 93cm (condition: overall condition is commensurate with age and use, the underside shows some repair) £100 - £150 plus BP* Lot 754 AN 18TH CENTURY WALNUT, PAINTED AND STAINED LONGCASE CLOCK, caddy top with moulded doric columns to all four corners, the brass dial with boys and crown spandrels, silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, eight day movement, the trunk door with bulls eye glass, plinth base with bracket feet, height approximately 212cm, with pendulum, two weights and winding key (condition: back board has glued repair, front of case has a number of splits, some filled holes to door, one rear column loose) £150 - £250 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 758 A 20TH CENTURY CAST IRON AND LEADED GLASS HANGING LIGHT SHADE, the circular frame with foliate scrolls over domed shade with blue ground incorporating older coloured stained glass pieces, including hands, feet, flowerheads, etc, diameter approximately 72cm x height 28cm (condition: some areas of leading/glass with gaps to edges and some patches of leading appear pushed in, iron has rusting, dusty overall) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 759 A GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY FRET CUT WALL MIRROR, bevel edge plate, approximate width 49.5cm x overall height 170.5cm (condition: glued repairs to frame) £50 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 755 Lot 755 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY AND LATER GILLOWS STYLE MAHOGANY PATIENCE TABLE, the rectangular fold over swivel top with oval baize interior, frieze drawer, on four reeded tapering legs with brass caps and casters, closed width 63.5cm x depth 40.5cm x height 73.5cm (condition: overall good condition, two semi circular let ins to left of drawer) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 760 A GEORGE III OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, the arched hood with damaged ball finial with fret carved decoration, glazed side panels, fluted columns, the painted dial with farmyard scene to the arch, sheaf of corn spandrels, 11 1/2’’ (29cm) dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, eight day movement named ‘J (?) Butler Reading’, arched trunk door, plinth base, height approximately 219.5cm, with pendulum (s.d.) and two weights (condition: hood missing finials, splits in case, in need of restoration) £150 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 756 A LATE 19TH CENTURY JAPONISME TASTE STAINED BENTWOOD AND CARVED OCCASIONAL TABLE/STAND, in the form of Lily pads, with elongated stems in four clusters forming the pedestal, diameter approximately 44.5cm x height 88cm (condition: top has a horizontal split, wear to areas of staining, some losses) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 757 A GEORGE III OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, the arched hood with oval fretwork decoration and pointed finials, doric columns, brass 11’’ (28cm) dial with pierced urn and scroll spandrels, silvered chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial, date aperture filled with decorative plate, eight day movement, the arch with convex silvered disc named ‘Geo. Holland Louth’, the trunk with arched door, plinth base with additional plinth and bracket feet, height approximately 218.5cm, with pendulum, winding key and two weights (condition: case has some splits, in need of some attention) £150 - £250 plus BP*

Lot 761 Lot 761 AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD GAMES AND WORK TABLE, the rectangular fold over swivel top with inlaid chess, cribbage and backgammon boards, the frieze drawer with remains of fitted compartments and sliding tan leather covered needlework box under, on dual end hour glass shaped supports with turned stretcher, the rectangular plinths on flattened bun feet, closed width 53.5cm x depth 38cm x height 73cm, with key (condition: splits in the top, repair to back left corner, structure has movement in the joints) £120 - £180 plus BP*

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Lot 765 Lot 762 A GEORGE III AND LATER CARVED DARK STAINED OAK LONGCASE CLOCK, broken swan neck pediment above arch on Corinthian columns, brass 11 1/2’’ (29cm) dial with pierced brass spandrels, STRIKE/SILENT dial to arch, eight day movement, silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, named ‘Peter Willington, Cambridge’, foliate carved trunk door and plinth, bracket feet, height approximately 212.5cm excluding finial, with pendulum, two weights, winding key and finial in parts (condition: vertical split in plinth, a small amount of woodworm holes on each side of hood, right hand swan neck lacks moulding) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 765 A PAIR OF REGENCY MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR DINING TABLE ENDS, rounded corners to the front above a frieze with leaf decoration to either end, on a reeded pedestal to quatreform plinth with four scrolled and foliate carved legs with brass castors, approximate width 131.5cm x depth 63.5cm x height 73.5cm (2) (condition: the tops of both have old stains and scratches, one has splits, both plinths have veneer loss, some woodworm damage to one plinth) £200 - £300 plus BP*

Lot 763 A LATE 17TH CENTURY OAK COFFER, the hinged top with two panels the front with three panels, all carved with lozenge designs, on a later oak base, approximate width 119cm x depth 51cm x height 54.5cm (condition: replacement base and feet at rear, various splits and old repairs) £80 - £120 plus BP* Lot 764 A SET OF SEVEN GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, the scrolled back with a rectangular bar and reeded and scrolled horizontal splat, stuffed over seat, on square tapering legs united by plain stretchers, carver and six dining chairs, height to seat 47cm (7) (condition: some old repair to scrolls, stretchers glued to others) £120 - £180 plus BP*

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Lot 766 Lot 766 AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY GESSO AND GILTWOOD OVERMANTEL MIRROR, the inverted breakfront pediment with foliate scrolls above rounded moulded columns with acanthus leaf and reeded band decoration, ebonised slip surrounding the rectangular plate, mirror 52cm x 101cm, frame 73cm x 122cm (condition: some silvering worn, decoration has some splits but overall good condition) £150 - £250 plus BP*


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Lot 767 Lot 767 A MID 18TH CENTURY OAK PRESS CUPBOARD, ogee cornice above double doors with two fielded panels, the interior with hanging space, on a separate base with four arched fielded panels above an arrangement of five short drawers with brass swan neck handles, on short bracket feet, approximate width 144cm x depth 55.5cm x height 193cm (condition: overall good condition, some splits in side panels, fitted with hooks and hanging rail to interior) £300 - £500 plus BP*

Lot 768 A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TILT TOP TRIPOD TABLE, the circular top with pie crust edge, on a cylindrical pedestal carved with ribbons, husks and swags, the cabriole legs with leaf carved knees and elongated claw and ball feet, diameter 77cm x height 72.5cm (condition: the top has general surface scratches and a few indentations and a hole, the top is slightly warped, replacement catch/lock) £150 - £250 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 770 A LATE 19TH CENTURY LOUIS XVI STYLE WALNUT INLAID GILT METAL AND EBONISED JARDINIERE, of shaped oval form, pierced brass gallery above removable tin liner, the frame inlaid with foliate motifs, on cylindrical fluted tapering legs with wavy and turned stretchers, on turned feet, width 64cm x depth 38cm x height 76cm (condition: some areas of lifting to veneer and inlay, especially surrounding gallery, liner is rusted, the frame wobbles) £120 - £180 plus BP* Lot 771 A MID 18TH CENTURY AND LATER OAK DRESSER, the short raised back above an arrangement of four drawers with single brass knobs, the rectangular top with moulded edge above three deep drawers, wavy apron between baluster and block turned legs, width 169cm x depth 52cm x height 86cm (condition: the dresser has been altered during 20th Century, with pine drawer linings throughout, areas of woodworm, replacement escutcheons) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 769 Lot 769 A GEORGE III AND LATER MAHOGANY OCTAGONAL WINE COOLER, the hinged top opening to reveal a removable twin handled toleware liner, filled hole to centre of wooden base, two gilt metal carrying handles to the sides, on four square tapering legs, with key, width 46cm x height 64cm (condition: overall good condition, lock mechanism needs attention, some rusting to the liner) £100 - £150 plus BP*

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Lot 772 A MID 18TH CENTURY AND LATER WALNUT CHEST OF TWO SHORT OVER THREE LONG DRAWERS, feather banded inlay to the rectangular top, replacement pierced brass escutcheons and backplates, on walnut stained bracket feet, width 96cm x depth 57cm x height 94cm (condition: plyboard back, alterations, repairs and losses, in useable condition) £100 - £150 plus BP*

Lot 773 Lot 773 AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY QUARTETTO NEST OF FOUR CHINESE TABLES, with geometric carved aprons to all sides except front aprons of largest two which have replacement plain bars, largest width 50.5cm x depth 36cm x height 71.5cm, the smallest width 34cm x depth 23cm x height 47cm (condition: splits to leg by stretcher of second largest table, other joints loose and evidence of filler to some joints, useable condition, two replacement plain wood sections to fronts of largest two tables which prevents them sliding under each other) £80 - £120 plus BP*


SPORTING GUNS & RIFLES


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Lot 774

Lot 774 A 20 BORE SEMI AUTOMATIC BROWNING GOLD SHOTGUN, serial number K61NV04518, fitted with 71cm Invector chrome barrel (28’’) with ventilated top rib, chamber length 75mm, barrel marked Browning Arms Co, Morgan Utah & Montreal, it bears a Birmingham proof date mark XC which indicates it was proved in 1995, its magazine holds a maximum of two cartridges, the gun is in correct working order and shows little evidence of usage, it comes with a canvas slip (Purchaser must be a Registered Firearms Dealer or the holder of a valid current Shotgun Certificate) £200 - £250 plus BP* Lot 775 A .410’’BOLT ACTION SINGLE SHOT BY WEBLEY & SCOTT LTD, Birmingham, serial number 39024, chambered for 2 1/2’’ cartridges, its 64cm (25’’) barrel has retained most of its original blue and it is in correct working order, it comes with a canvas slip (Purchaser must be a Registered Firearms Dealer or the holder of a valid current Shotgun Certificate) £45 - £50 plus BP*

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Lot 776 A 12 BORE OVER AND UNDER BERETTA, model S686 Special, serial number E41355B, 29 1/2’’ barrels with a ventilated rib and 70mm chambering, it has a single trigger, it is in correct working order with inertial driven trigger systems, retains the vast majority of its original finish, choke tubes are not removable, it comes with a canvas gun slip (Purchaser must be a Registered Firearms Dealer or the holder of a valid current Shotgun Certificate) £650 - £700 plus BP*


Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 777 A BROWNING 12 BORE OVER AND UNDER MODEL 325SP SHOTGUN, fitted with 71cm (28’’) barrels with a ventilated rib, serial number 66262NM, it bears a London proof mark for 1990 and is chambered for 70mm cartridges, the action is engraved with flying ducks and it shows little evidence of usage, it is fitted with removable choke tubes and inertia driven trigger systems, it comes with a leather gun slip (Purchaser must be a Registered Firearms Dealer or the holder of a valid current Shotgun Certificate) £500 - £550 plus BP* Lot 778 A WEBLEY & SCOTT LTD MODEL 700 12 BORE SIDE BY SIDE BOXLOCK EJECTOR SHOTGUN, serial number 141071, fitted with 76cm (30’’) barrels which have a raised rib, it bears a Birmingham proof mark for 1970 and is chambered for 2 3/4’’ cartridges, the action is colour hardened which shows some evidence of usage but the majority of barrel colour remains, it is in correct working order (Purchaser must be a Registered Firearms Dealer or the holder of a valid current Shotgun Certificate) £300 - £350 plus BP* Lot 779 A 12 BORE SIDE BY SIDE DOUBLE BARREL NON EJECTOR SPANISH SHOTGUN, serial number 22946, fitted with 70.5cm (28’’) barrels and proved for use with 70mm cartridges, it bears the maker’s name of R. Scensio, Zabri. R, Eibar, it comes with 42 12 bore No.6 shot 2 1/2’’ Eley Grand Prix paper cartridges made by I.M.I, the shotgun is in correct working order and has retained most of its case hardening and barrel blue (Purchaser must be a Registered Firearms Dealer or the holder of a valid current Shotgun Certificate) £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 780 AN ANTIQUE MATCHLOCK MUSKET, fitted with a 199cm (46.8’’) barrel, its lock and pan cover are in working order however its metal surfaces are heavily pitted and the shoulder end of the stock has been repaired, there are traces of woodworm lock side of the repair to the butt, the butt shape is the same as that encountered on matchlocks used during the English Civil War £50 - £70 plus BP* Lot 781 A .22’’ B.S.A. METEOR MK II AIR RIFLE, serial number TA32973, together with a gun slip, the metal work has retained most of its original blue but there minor abrasions to the stock, it is fitted with a sling, it is in correct working order, the rear sight is early version metal ramp type, its serial number indicates it was made between May 1962 and June 1966 (Purchaser must be 18 years or over) £60 - £80 plus BP*

Lot 782 A .177’’ HAENEL MODEL 302 AIR RIFLE, in correct working order and showing little evidence of usage, its 17 3/4’’ barrel is fitted with a hooded front sight, it bears no serial number, it comes with a good quality gun slip, these high quality air rifle were made in Germany in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s (Purchaser must be 18 years or over) £60 - £80 plus BP* Lot 783 A 12 BORE BY A. MINO MODEL ‘IDEAL’ SIDE BY SIDE NO EJECTOR SHOTGUN, serial number 5317, made in Gardone, Bescia, Italy, it is fitted with 28’’ barrels with a raised rib and is chambered for use with 70mm 2 3/4’’ cartridges, it has retained most of its barrel blue, it is in correct working order (Purchaser must be a Registered Firearms Dealer or the holder of a valid current Shotgun Certificate) £40 - £50 plus BP*

Lot 784 Lot 784 A 7MM PIN-FIRE REVOLVER, bearing Liege proof marks, it is in correct working order, it comes together with a .320’’ centre-fire 5 chambered pocket revolver which also bears Liege proof marks, it is complete but its action is at fault, these are both classed as an antique under section 58(2) of the 1968 Firearms Act and requires no licence to possess whilst held as a curio or ornament £80 - £90 plus BP* Lot 785 AN ANTIQUE DOUBLE BARREL FRENCH PIN-FIRE SHOTGUN, bearing no makers name, fitted with 29’’ barrels, there is damage to the stock of the wrist and the one hammer fails to hold at half cock, this is classed as an antique under section 58(2) of the 1968 Firearms Act and requires no licence to possess whilst held as a curio or ornament £40 - £50 plus BP* Lot 786 A .177’’ B.S.A. METEOR MK II (SUPER) AIR RIFLE, serial number NE71340, the metal work has retained a considerable proportion of the japanned finish to its barrel and its stock bears minor blemishes, it is fitted with Nikko Sterling 4x20 scope and retained its ramp sight, it is in correct working order, its serial number indicates it was made between July 1969 and February 1973 (Purchaser must be 18 years or over) £60 - £80 plus BP*

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Richard Winterton Auctioneers Lot 789 A .22’’ WEBLEY & SCOTT LTD XOCET AIR RIFLE, serial number 914633, it is fitted with a ramp rear sight and hooded foresight, it is in near new condition (Purchaser must be 18 years or over) £80 - £90 plus BP*

Lot 787 Lot 787 A HIGH QUALITY MODERN LEATHER (OR SIMULATED LEATHER) COVERED SHOTGUN CASE, showing little evidence of internal use, it is designed to house a set of side by side 30’’ barrels, it contains a two part cleaning rod, jag, phosphor bronze brush, wool mop, nitro powder solvent, gun oil and a box of cleaning patches £45 - £50 plus BP* Lot 788 A .177’’ GEM AIR RIFLE, serial number 918, its action bears the retailers name A. Arbenz, it cocks and discharges but currently generates very little muzzle energy, its 18 1/2’’ barrel has an octagonal rear cross section which then becomes round as it moves towards the muzzle, it has retained a large portion of its original blue whilst the body of the action and trigger guard have retained a considerable amount of its plated finish, these air rifles were made in Germany before the outbreak of WWI and Dennis Hillier records that Adolf Arbenz had a shop on Great Charles Street, Birmingham in the late 1800’s (see page 130 The Collectors Guide to Air Rifles Enlarged 4th Edition by Dennis E. Hillier), it comes with a high quality gun slip (Purchaser must be 18 years or over) £45 - £60 plus BP*

Lot 790 A .22’’ WESTLAKE CHINESE MANUFACTURED BREAK ACTION AIR RIFLE, serial number 110521893, fitted with both a ramp rear sight and a 3.9 x32 scope, it is in correct working condition, the barrel and stock bear minor blemishes to their original finish (Purchaser must be 18 years or over) £25 - £30 plus BP* Lot 791 A TIN CONTAINING A QUANTITY OF VARIOUS MAKES OF AIR GUN PELLETS, two 12 bore snap caps, two .410’’ shotgun cartridges and two 12 bore shotgun cartridges, together with two gun slips (3) (Purchaser must be Registered Firearms Dealer or the holder of a valid current Shotgun Certificate) Lot 792 AN ANGLO ARMS MODEL ‘THE LEGEND’ COMPOUND CROSSBOW, fitted with a 4x32 scope, together with three bolts, a Butlers Creek 4-16x56 Swat Mi1-Dot scope plus and another unmarked scope, it does not have any instructions (Purchaser must be 18 years or over) £190 - £200 plus BP*

Lot 793 Lot 793 A 40 BORE OVER AND UNDER PERCUSSION PISTOL, fitted with 5’’ barrels, in working condition, virtually no evidence of original finish, it bears Birmingham black powder proof marks but has no maker’s name engraved upon it £200 - £220 plus BP*

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BUYERS’ PREMIUM All bids are charged a buyers’ premium of 20% plus VAT in addition to the ‘hammer’ price. An additional Saleroom.com charge 6% + VAT premium applies to Live Online Bidding and Easylive charge 3% + VAT or £3. SALEROOM NOTICES It is advisable to check for any notices in the saleroom relating to withdrawn/additional Lots or revised Lot descriptions/guide prices. COLLECTION OF LOTS Lots purchased should be paid for and collected within seven days of the sale. No Lots will be released without cleared funds and a valid invoice slip. Any Lot not collected/collection arranged within seven days of the sale date will incur storage charges at the rate of £5 per Lot per day. STOLEN GOODS & DUE DILIGENCE Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd operate a due diligence scheme to help in the prevention in the trade of stolen goods. We co-operate fully with law enforcement agencies in this respect. PARKING & DISABLED ACCESS The Lichfield Auction Centre has ample parking on site and disabled access. ADMISSION TO THE SALEROOM We reserve the right to refuse admission to any of our auctions, without necessarily giving a reason.

CLIENT SERVICES VALUATION DAYS We hold regular free valuation days at locations throughout Staffordshire, The West Midlands and Derbyshire for all antiques, fine art and collectables. We have a network of specialist consultants for areas such as fine wines, pictures, jewellery, watches, modern design, toys, ceramics, cameras, postcards, cigarette cards, sporting memorabilia, antiquarian books, oriental works of art, coins, postage stamps and medals/military memorabilia to name a few.

Lichfield Valuation Days The Lichfield Auction Centre, Wood End Lane, Fradley Park, WS13 8NF (Tel 01543 251081) Coins & Banknotes, Militaria, Books & Sporting - Tuesdays 9.30am to 12.00noon General Antique & Collectable Valuations of single/selected items Tuesdays 9.30am to 4pm (no appointment necessary) Specialist Themed Valuation Days - oriental works of art, etc (by appointment only - dates to be announced - see our website) Auction Consignments only (for boxes and large quantities) Monday to Friday 9.30am to 4pm (excluding sale days) (Ample parking and disabled access) Toys, Trains, Dolls & Teddy Valuations Every Tuesday 9.30am to 4.00pm Wine, Whisky & Port Valuations - Every Tuesday 9.30am to 4.00pm Sutton Coldfield Valuation Days The Trinity Centre, Church Hill, Mill St, Sutton Coldfield, B72 1TF *Most Mondays from 2pm to 3.30pm (Check our website for exceptions) (Ample free parking and disabled access) Tamworth Contact us on 01543 251081 for a free home visit At Your Own Home... If you have a large quantity of items or a bulky collection which you are considering selling at auction with us, call us on 01543 251081 to make a free appointment for a Representative to visit you at home to discuss your individual requirements. We can also arrange for the consignment to be collected using our in-house haulage service. FULL/PART ESTATE CLEARANCES We are pleased to advise private individuals, estate agents and solicitors with regards to the clearance of the contents of a property. An area representative will be pleased to meet clients at the property in question and give confidential advice. We have our own fleet of vehicles to assist in the removal process. We can also instruct cleaning professionals should you want the property to be spotless afterwards. WRITTEN VALUATIONS We offer professional written valuations for insurance, probate, tax and family division purposes at attractive rates based on an hourly charge. ANTIQUE TALKS & ONE-OFF VALUATION EVENTS We offer a service whereby we can provide Valuers for ‘antiques talks’ and one-off valuation events. Phone 01543 251081 for further information on this service.

SHIPPING All Lots are available to be packed and shipped by our in house packing service. Once you’ve won your lot, Please contact us for a quote for professionally packed and tracked delivery to your door.

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. In these conditions Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd act only as auctioneers and agents and the representatives of Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd conducting the sale is called “Auctioneer”. 2. 2. For all purposes of sale the Auctioneer shall be deemed to be the agents of both the vendor and purchaser and may in the case of lots upon which there is a reserve price exercise the right to bid on behalf of the vendor. As agent the Auctioneer cannot be responsible for any default by either the vendor or purchaser. 3. The Auctioneer will not be responsible for the correctness of the description, measurement, weight, date, age, genuineness, authenticity, condition or faults of any item, they are believed to be correct but are made as an expression of opinion only, and the lots are sold subject to all faults and errors in description. 4. The Auctioneer will be pleased to execute bids free of charge for anyone unable to attend the sale on receipt of written instructions. Bids by telephone are accepted only at the senders risk and should be confirmed by letter or fax. 5. The highest bidder is in due time to be the purchaser, and no persons shall retract a bid. The advance on each lot to be determined by the Auctioneer, who reserves the right of refusing any bids and of altering, adding to, dividing, consolidating or withdrawing any lot or lots at the sale or bidding on behalf of the vendor for all goods which are being offered subject to reserve at Auctioneers discretion. Should any dispute or difficulty arise between two or more bidders, the Auctioneer has absolute discretion to settle it or re-offer the lot. 6. Charges for Vendors are per lot and are as follows:- £5 per lot entry fee and 18% thereafter per lot plus VAT 7. Insurance:- All goods will be held insured against the risks of fire, burglary and water damage, for which Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd will charge a premium of 1% subject to the Value Added Tax. The value of the goods so covered shall be the gross amount realised, or in the case of unsold lots the best bid, or in the case of withdrawn lots prior to a sale that which the specialised staff of Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd shall in their absolute discretion, estimate to be the auction value of the goods. 8. Vendors will be charged for goods left on the premises if the vendor has been requested to remove them and if the goods are not removed within fourteen days of such request. Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd reserve the right to sell the goods to defray costs and storage charges. 9. Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd reserve the right to store or arrange the the storage of goods delivered to them for sale either on their own premises or elsewhere at their sole discretion. They exempt themselves from any liability for loss or damage to goods delivered without sufficient sale instructions.

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10. Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd declaim all responsibility for loss or damage of goods or for unauthorised removal of goods unless caused by negligence of their employees. 11. All goods are put up for sale without reserve unless written instructions as to reserve are received by Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd prior to the commencement of the sale. 12. The vendor will duly indemnify Richard Winterton Auctioneers Ltd in connection with any goods sold on the vendors behalf. 13. The purchaser shall pay the hammer price together with the buyers premium of 20% plus VAT. 14. All lots to be at the sole risk and charge of the purchaser from the fall of the hammer, and such lots to be taken away with all faults, defects and errors in descriptions without any power of dispute, at the risk and expense of the purchaser. No purchaser shall be entitled to remove any lot until payment has been received in full for the lots purchased. 15. Settlement is normally 4 weeks post auction less charges, provided we have been paid by the purchaser. VAT is applicable on all services. 16. All categorised lots withdrawn prior to auction will incur a £25 per lot fee or 7.5% of our value, whichever is greater. 17. Expenses:- You agree to pay all costs relating to (1) packing and shipping the lots to the saleroom or returned. ONLINE BIDDING Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via thesaleroom. Com and Easyliveauction for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and www.easyliveauction.com providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers: 1. authorise Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via thesaleroom.com, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers through www.thesaleroom.com and agree that Richard Winterton Fine Art Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 6% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price and easyliveauction with a choice of premium of 3% or flatrate £3.


EXPLANATION OF CATALOGUING TERMS (S.D/A.F) We have identified that the Lot in question has some damage/ faults, (s.d/a.f). This is for guidance only and does not constitute that a Lot is free of damage/faults where no mention is made. (RESTORATIONS) We have identified that the Lot in question in our opinion has some restoration, whether in full or part. This is for guidance only and does not constitute that a Lot is free of restoration where no mention is made. FINE ART (PICTURES, PRINTS & WORKS OF ART) Any statement as to authorship, attribution, origin, date, age, provenance and condition is a statement of our opinion and is not to be taken as a statement of fact. Please read carefully the Terms of Business printed in this catalogue and available upon request. LOWRY, LAURENCE STEPHEN (1887-1976): In our opinion a work by the artist. ATTRIBUTED TO LOWRY, LAURENCE STEPHEN (1887-1976): In our opinion a work by the artists but less certainty as to authorship is expressed than in the above category.

CIRCLE/MANNER/FOLLOWER OF LOWRY, LAURENCE STEPHEN: In our opinion a work by an unidentified hand associated with the artist but not necessarily a pupil or of the period of the artist. All dimensions are given in centimetres of the image only, height before width and are approximate. Pictures are unframed unless otherwise stated. Artists Resale Rights (ARR) may apply to certain Lots (living and deceased artists within 70 years) that fetch over 1,000 Euros hammer price (approximately £870). In which case a 4% surcharge is payable by the purchaser in addition to the hammer price and buyers’ premium (and if applicable, live bidding fees). WEIGHTS & MEASUREMENTS All weights and measurements quoted in this catalogue are to be regarded as approximate. CLOCKS & WATCHES All clocks and watches are sold as seen and have not been tested for operation. We therefore advise servicing by a suitably qualified horologist. There are no keys, weights or pendulums unless stated in the Lot description.

GEMSTONE MATTERS DIAMOND AND COLOURED GEMSTONES Unless otherwise stated, all dimensions and estimated weights, any quality assessments attributed to gemstones have been determined without un-setting 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. DIAMONDS Where stated, colour assessment has been undertaken against colour comparison stones. The quality assessment system adopted has been based on the diamond grading scale recommended by the GIA (Gemological Institute of America). With the increase in production of synthetic diamonds, particularly in small melee sizes, it has become increasingly difficult to detect and/or identify whether all diamond melee in an item of jewellery are natural, treated or synthetic. Currently, few valuers/auction houses have the necessary equipment to screen out diamonds which might potentially have issues of treatments or origin. The small number that can be successfully screened out still need to be submitted to a laboratory for definitive scientific examination which can be an expensive process, therefore, we may make certain assumptions as to the identity of small melee diamonds. Due to the relatively small size of these stones the valuation is unlikely to be significantly affected by a more accurate identification.

COLOURED GEMSTONES Certain treatments in gemstones are readily acceptable within our jewellery trade and not necessarily detectable because the typical gemstone testing equipment used is not of the same comparison used by a sophisticated gem testing laboratory. These treatments are designed to enhance their appearance, such as heating, oil filing and flux healing. The majority of coloured gemstones and to a lesser degree diamonds, are now routinely subjected to enhancement treatments to improve their appearance and durability and the detection of such treatments usually entails the use of very expensive and sophisticated laboratory equipment. The majority of enhancement practices are now internationally accepted, albeit that not all dealers and/or merchants abide by the recommended policy of disclosure. It should therefore be taken as read that unless specifically stated otherwise any coloured gemstones and fancy coloured diamonds described are as such. PEARLS Unless otherwise stated any item which incorporates pearls has been valued according to the opinion expressed, i.e. cultured, natural. Unless otherwise stated none has been subjected to testing by X-ray to confirm this opinion, unless catalogued with an accompanying laboratory report. Whilst we are reasonably satisfied that all such descriptions are correct, no responsibility can be assumed if subsequent un-setting and testing disproves these opinions. In the event of serious doubt, it is recommended that a report be obtained from a recognised independent gem testing laboratory.

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Free Valuations Specialist, Jewellery, Toys, Trains, Dolls & Teddies, Coins, Ceramics, Glass, Collectors Items, etc. Every Tuesday 9.30am – 4.00pm The Lichfield Auction Centre, Wood End Lane, Fradley Park, Lichfield, WS13 8NF By Rail Lichfield City is on the cross-city line to Birmingham New Street. Virgin Trains operate high speed services from London Euston (1hr 20mins) and Scotland to Lichfield Trent Valley which is a five minute taxi drive. Contact the National Rail Enquiries line on 08457 484950 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk for exact train times. By Air Birmingham International and East Midlands Airports are each a 40 minute drive from Lichfield.


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Fine Arts & Specialist Sale | 24th & 25th March 2020

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Fine Arts & Specialist Sale | 24th & 25th March 2020