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Mallams 1788


Jewellery & Silver

21st March 2018 Oxford Further entries invited Closing date: 23rd February 2018

An early 20th century diamond and ruby pendant necklace Estimate £3,000 - £4,000 (plus 24% buyer’s premium)

For further information or to arrange a free verbal valuation please contact Louise Dennis FGA DGA 01865 241358 or Mallams Auctioneers, Bocardo House, St Michael’s Street Oxford OX1 2EB

Mallams 1788

The Oxford Library Sale & A ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ Wednesday 31st January & Thursday 1st February at 11am



Enquiries Condition Reports & Images Jack Stinson

Mallams Bocardo House 24a St. Michael’s Street Oxford OX1 2EB Bids 01865 241358

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Conditions of sale This auction is subject to Important Notices, Conditions of Sale and Reserves. Condition Reports Please note that there are no condition reports printed in the catalogue or on any website listing. They are available on request from the office or by email

Front Cover – Lot 32 Back Cover – Lot 655

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Order of Sale The Oxford Library Sale & A ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ Wednesday 31st January and Thursday 1st February at 11am

Day One, Wednesday 31st January Furniture, Rugs and Works of Art


Day Two, Thursday 1st February Antiquities, Ethnographica and Tribal Artefacts, Travel Interest


Books from the Library of Dr Michael Hurst


Antiquarian, Bindings, Topography, Local History and General Literature


Manuscript Letters, Albums, Photographs, Prints, Maps and Postcards


Condition reports and images: Important notice: Buyers premium 24% inclusive of VAT on each lot Please note that condition reports are not printed in the catalogue or on our website. However, we are happy to provide them when requested, subject to our terms and conditions of sale. The absence of any reference to condition in any discription does not imply the lot is without fault.



2. AN 18TH CENTURY WALNUT FRAME SHEPHERDS CROOK ARMCHAIR upholstered in floral tapestry and on cabriole legs and pad feet, 63cm wide x 98cm high £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

3. AN 18TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CANDLE STAND OR WINE TABLE with circular top, baluster column and tripod base, 32cm diameter x 69cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

4. AN ANTIQUE, QUEEN ANNE STYLE, WALNUT FRAME DRESSING STOOL with gros point needlework seat on cabriole legs with shaped stretchers, 46cm wide x 35cm deep x 43cm high £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

5. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR SIDE TABLE fitted one long drawer with brass handles and on ring turned tapering legs, 91cm wide £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

6. AN 18TH CENTURY OAK HANGING CORNER CABINET with panel door, 70cm wide; a burr elm tray top low occasional table on tripod base, 56cm diameter; and a late 18th Century oak elbow chair with splat back and panel seat, 56cm wide (3) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

7. A GROUP OF EIGHT FRENCH SAVOIE SLIPWARE POTTERY JUGS with naive decoration, ranging from 14cm high to 7cm high (8) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

8. A 19TH CENTURY YORKSHIRE BANK IRON AND BRASS MONEY BOX in the form of the facade of a Georgian building, 20cm high £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

9. A RUSSIAN PAINTED PINE DISTAFF OR WOOL WINDER dated 1908 with scrolling foliate design on a brick red ground, 87cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


1. AN 18TH CENTURY ARMCHAIR of small proportions on walnut cabriole legs and ring turned stretchers, upholstered in tapestry material, 61cm wide and 102cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)


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DAY ONE, 31ST JANUARY 2018 11. AN ANTIQUE OAK CANDLE BOX with shaped bracket and sliding lid, 44cm high and a French wooden baguette tray, 105cm long (2) £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

10. A NEW COLLEGE OXFORD PAINTED COMMEMORATIVE OAR, ‘First Torpid, Head of the River’ 1951, 363cm long £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

10A. A NEW COLLEGE OXFORD PAINTED COMMEMORATIVE OAR, O.U.B.C. Coxwainless Fours, New College - Merton Dead Heat 1952, 363cm long £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

12. A PAIR OF 17TH CENTURY OAK STILES of figural form, 42 x 10cm £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

14. A DUTCH MAHOGANY AND MARQUETRY INLAID CANDLE STAND with circular top and baluster turned column, 89cm high £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

17. AN ANTIQUE CHINESE CHERRYWOOD SQUARE LOW TABLE OR URN STAND inset pink marble top and with carved decoration on claw and ball feet, 41cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

15. A PAIR OF FRENCH GREY PAINTED FAUTEUILS with carved decoration and savonnerie type upholstery on fluted tapering legs, 61cm wide £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

18. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY THREE DIVISIONAL CANTERBURY with one drawer and ebonised knobs, 42.5cm wide £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

16. AN EMPIRE STYLE ROSEWOOD CONSOLE TABLE with gilded mounts and scrolling forelegs, replaced top, 85cm wide x 39cm deep x 79cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

19. A SIMULATED ROSEWOOD AND GILT DECORATED CIRCULAR LAMP TABLE on tripod splay support, 82cm high £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

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20. A 19TH CENTURY, REGENCY STYLE, EBONISED AND GILDED OCCASIONAL TABLE the eight sided top with printed and painted decoration, 57cm wide x 76cm high £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)



13. AN 18TH CENTURY BRASS AND STEEL WARMING PAN the circular lid with pierced tulip and horn decoration, 28cm diameter x 91cm long £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)


21. A VICTORIAN CREAM PAINTED AND GILDED RECTANGULAR DRESSING STOOL with pale green upholstery and on four cabriole legs, 69cm wide; and a similar boudoir armchair with brass studded upholstery and cabriole legs, 67cm wide (2) £180-250 (plus 24%BP*)

22. A 19TH CENTURY REGENCY STYLE MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE of small proportions with drop ends and fluted pillar supports, 105cm wide x 53cm deep £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

23. A FRENCH, SECOND EMPIRE, MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE with brass banded top, drawer and undertier with tapering column supports, 50cm wide x 39cm deep x 78cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

24. A FRENCH SECOND EMPIRE MAHOGANY WORK TABLE with fitted interior and mirror, gilt metal mounts and on lyre end supports, 48cm wide x 35cm deep x 72cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

25. A LATE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY DEMI LUNE COMMODE with boxwood edging and eight simulated drawer fronts with turned knobs and fitted interior on splay supports, 70cm wide x 50cm deep x 78cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

26. A VICTORIAN SATINWOOD VENEERED AND BURR WOOD OVAL OCCASIONAL TABLE with inlaid foliate motif on a decorated central column and tripod base, 77cm wide x 70cm high £250-350 (plus 24%BP*)


27. A FRENCH, LOUIS PHILIPPE, ROSEWOOD SECRETAIRE CABINET the interior fitted pigeon holes and short drawers enclosed by a fitted fall front with leather writing surfaces and with classical gilt arrow and mask and printed decoration and pillar support, 95cm wide x 40cm deep x 106cm high £250-350 (plus 24%BP*)


28. A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL MAHOGANY AND BOXWOOD INLAID SOFA TABLE with drop ends, two felt lined drawers and on shaped supports with ring turned stretchers, 125cm wide x 53cm deep x 74cm high £250-400 (plus 24%BP*)

29. A 19TH CENTURY REGENCY STYLE SCUMBLED WOOD CHIFFONIER with brass galleried top and brass grilled doors on bun feet, 93cm wide x 123cm high x 36cm deep £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

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30. AN 18TH CENTURY GILT CARVED GILTWOOD HANGING WALL MIRROR decorated with a central cartouche of a basket of flowers on a green painted ground, approximately 80 x 50cm overall £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

33. G. GUEYTON (19TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL) A white bisque figure of Columbine, signed, 57cm high £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

32. RUDOLPH THIELE (1856-1930) A pair of Orientalist copper electrotype busts portraying an Arab man and woman on square plinths, one signed, 55cm and 54cm high £2000-3000 (plus 24%BP*)

34. A CONTINENTAL MAJOLICA POTTERY STAND with polychrome glazed decoration, rams head mounts and scroll supports, 41cm high x 30cm wide £180-250 (plus 24%BP*)

35. A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BALUSTER VASES decorated birds amongst cherry blossom, 40cm high (2) £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

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31. AN 18TH CENTURY GILTWOOD HANGING WALL MIRROR decorated with a trumpet vase of flowers within a scrolling mirrored border £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)


36. A LARGE JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN FISH TANK OR JARDINIERE of ovoid form with foliate decoration and broad rim, 53cm diameter x 42cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

37. AN ANTIQUE ITALIAN CARVED WOODEN FRAME HANGING WALL MIRROR decorated with putti riding sea horses, approximately 80 x 56cm overall £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

38. A CONTINENTAL PAINTED PLASTER FIGURE of a loosely draped girl sitting on a plinth, indistinctly signed, 77cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

40. A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY AUSTRIAN, VIENNESE, ARCHITECTURAL ROSEWOOD CABINETS, the upper halves each having a spindle gallery and domed top with mask mounts and mirrored backs, central aperture with glazed doors either side, the lower halves with central drawer and panelled doors below with break arch pediments and carved scallop shells and musical instrument ornament on moulded and shaped plinths, the locks stamped Sigmund Jaray Wien, 203cm high x 101cm wide x 46cm deep (2)


Sigmund Jaray (1838-1908) Furniture Maker Vienna £3000-5000 (plus 24%BP*)


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39. A FRENCH PORCELAIN VASE of tapering form with painted polychrome oriental landscape decoration, 43cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


41. A CHINESE CHERRY WOOD AND MARBLE URN STAND on carved supports and claw feet, 44cm diameter x 38cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

42. A CHINESE GREEN GLAZED POTTERY CONSERVATORY SEAT with blue and yellow glazed decoration, 35cm diameter x 50cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

43. A NEW ZEALAND SPECIMEN WOOD RECTANGULAR BOX with hinged rising lid, attributed to William Norrie, 28cm wide (warped lid) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

44. A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT LACQUERED GLOVE BOX decorated figures in a formal garden, 30 x 17.5cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

45. J DURHAM ARA. 1872 A Parianware figure of a girl entitled Miss Ellie in a naturalistic setting, 52cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

46. A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL STRIATED WHITE MARBLE URNS with gilt metal mounts and square bases, 41cm high (2) £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

47. A REGENCY PAINTED WORK BOX with lion mask handles and decorated with a still life of fruit, 24cm wide £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

48. A PAIR OF COMPOSITION BUSTS AFTER THE ANTIQUE signed and made in Greece, 23cm high (2) £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

49. A PAINTED ARMORIAL SHIELD by George Potter & Co of Aldershot for The Glamorgan Yeomanry, 19 x 14.5cm £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)



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51. AN ANTIQUE CONTINENTAL CARVED IVORY BOX LID in the form of dancing cherubs, approximately 9 x 5cm in a modern gilt frame £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

52. A 19TH CENTURY OVAL IVORY SILHOUETTE PORTRAIT BUST of bearded gentleman, 4.5 x 3.7cm £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

53. A VICTORIAN CUT GLASS AND METAL MOUNTED OIL LAMP converted to electricity and of classical column form on a stepped base, 67cm high £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

54. A PAIR OF ANTIQUE BRASS MODELS of lions, each on a plinth with ebonised base, 17.5cm wide overall (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

55. A PHILIPS 10” CHALLENGE GLOBE on a bakelite stand £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

56. A 19TH CENTURY PAINTED COAT OF ARMS signed Countess Orkney, mounted and framed, 15 x 16.5cm £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

57. CHARLES HUBERT BRANNAM FOR LIBERTY OF LONDON, an Arts & Crafts green ceramic circular ovoid bowl, 23cm diameter £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

58. A GEORGIAN CAST IRON AND BRASS MINIATURE FIRE SURROUND of classical form with open sunflower decoration, stepped base and claw feet, presumably a tradesmen sample, approximately 36 x 27cm overall £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


50. A SIKES’S HYDROMETER the case with inset ivory plaque and numbered 2848, 19cm wide £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)


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59. A LATE VICTORIAN CLOCK/BAROMETER with circular dials, carrying handle and in a carved oak case, 28cm wide £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

60. A CONTEMPORARY CAST BRONZE MODEL of a horse on a naturalistic base and pink marble plinth, 33cm wide x 30cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

61. A 19TH CENTURY BRASS DOMED TOP CANISTER with dove finial and classical figure decoration on claw feet, 50cm high £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

62. A 19TH CENTURY GOTHIC BRONZE CASKET with decorative strap work and silk lined interior, stamped T.K. Austin & Co Dublin, 24cm wide x 17cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

63. A VICTORIAN PIERCED BRASS FAN SHAPED AIDE MEMOIRE indicating the days of the week on a horseshoe folding stand, approximately 40cm wide £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

64. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY BOOT STAND with ring turned supports, 90cm wide x 91cm high £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

65. A SWISS CYLINDER MUSICAL BOX in an inlaid fruitwood case, 36cm wide £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

66. JULIETTE ANTHONY A gilded bronze model of a bantam cockerel on a naturalistic stone base, Limited Edition 1/9, 22cm high x 30cm wide overall £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

67. AN AUSTRIAN COLD PAINTED BRONZE MODEL of an Arab tribal boy with musket, 11cm high £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)



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69. A COLLECTION OF FIFTEEN FOUNTAIN PENS including Watermans, Swan Pen, Parker, Esterbrook etc (15) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

70. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY STAUNTON PATTERN IVORY CHESS SET the inlaid case with monogram and stamped Timbertown Groningen 1914/15 £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

71. A TURKISH PASTEL BLUE GROUND RUG with a central shaped diamond medallion and brick red border, 247 x 174cm £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

72. A VICTORIAN RED VELVET TABLE COVER with tasselled edge, 150 x 185cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

73. A MIDDLE EASTERN SILK AND METAL THREAD BEDCOVER with intricate scrolling foliate design and polychrome dyes, 233 x 190cm £120-180 (plus 24%BP*)

74. A CONTINENTAL, PROBABLY ITALIAN, APPLE GREEN PAINTED CYLINDRICAL BEDSIDE CABINET fitted three drawers with pink rose ornament and on three square tapering legs, 40cm diameter x 74cm high £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

75. A PAINTED OCTAGONAL WOODEN STICK STAND with fleur de lys decoration on a black ground, 53cm high x 28cm across £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

76. A COLLECTION OF FIFTEEN PIECES OF BOHEMIAN TYPE COLOURED GLASS to include eleven liqueur glasses, a side handled cup, two set bottles and a decanter (15) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


68. AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH BRASS OVAL TOBACCO BOX with hinged rising lid decorated St Anthony of Padua and further engraved inscriptions, 12.5cm wide £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)


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77. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CASED STICK BAROMETER signed West, Fleet Street, London with steel dial and thermometer, 55cm high overall £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

78. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE QUILL HOLDERS each in the form of a black and white Springer Spaniel with hare, 9cm high x 12cm wide (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

79. A GROUP OF THREE COLD PAINTED BRONZE MINIATURE FIGURES of oriental children at play, 8.5cm to 5.2cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

80. A BRONZE BUST AFTER THE ANTIQUE classical male figure, possibly Homer, on an associated onyx plinth, 20.5cm high £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

81. AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE TEAPOT AND COVER, 15cm high; and a crackleware cylindrical jar, blue and white arabesque scrolling design, 25cm high (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

82. A RUSSIAN LACQUERED CHEROOT BOX with painted figure decoration, 12cm wide; a Lalique style glass panel with intaglio figure decoration, 13 x 4.5cm; and an oval mahogany hand mirror, 34cm (3) £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

83. A PAIR OF CHINESE ILLUSTRATED CHILDREN’S BOOKS titled ‘Picture Story of Silkworm and Raw Silk’ and ‘Picture Story of Chinese Old Farming’ with decorated wooden boards, 51 x 15cm (2) £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

84. A PAIR OF CHINESE WATERCOLOURS of mountainous landscapes painted on material, signed and with red seal and in one frame, 43.5 x 34cm overall (2) £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

85. A GROUP OF SIX OLD FOUNTAIN PENS Parker, Waterman etc (6)



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87. A CONTINENTAL WHITE GLAZED PORCELAIN TABLE LAMP of figural form with encrusted roses, 36cm high £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

88. A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CIRCULAR WALL CLOCK with white enamel dial, Roman numerals and fuseé mechanism, 30cm diameter dial £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

89. A PERSIAN, MALAYER BLUE GROUND RUG with an intense pattern of geometric forms within a triple border, 190 x 130cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

90. AN OLD CAUCASIAN SHIRVAN RUG with polychrome hooked medallions within a triple border, 171 x 117cm £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

91. A CAUCASIAN KASAK PRAYER RUG with four star medallions on a brick red and blue ground within a single alternating border, 128 x 104cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

92. A CAUCASIAN KARABAGH RUNNER with four polychrome medallions on a black ground and within a triple border, 310 x 96cm £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

93. SAMUEL JOHN LAMORNA BIRCH (1869-1955) Corfe Castle, Dorset, signed, watercolour, 22 x 33cm

94. MARIA EATON (c.1860-c.1940) The Thames at sunset, signed and indistinctly dated, watercolour, 8.5 x 11cm £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


86. AN ANTIQUE PEWTER BROAD RIM CHARGER 42cm diameter; and a silver plated corinthian column table lamp on square base, 49cm high (2) £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)


Prov. With R.G. Cave & Sons (Antiques Limited), December ‘98 and sold together with photocopy of purchase invoice £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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95. BERNARD FIEDLER (1816-1904) Figures in a continental town square, signed and dated 1865, watercolour, 24 x 37cm Prov. With Philip and Anne Merridale Antiques, Stockbridge December 1973 and sold together with photocopy of purchase invoice £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

96. 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL A hillside town, indistinctly signed, oil on canvas, 34 x 49cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

97. SAMUEL READ (1815-1883) ‘Hythe’ and ‘Mt St Michel’, two pencil drawings, each inscribed with title, the latter dated ? ‘83, 12.5 x 8.5cm (2) Prov. With Philip & Anne Merridale Antiques, Stockbridge 1981 and sold together with photocopy of purchase invoice £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

98. AN ITALIAN BRASS TWO HANDLED TAZZA with mask and trailing ivy decoration on a rouge marble plinth, circa 1920, 31cm diameter £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)

99. A LAMBETH DOULTON BALUSTER VICTORIA JUBILEE JUG 18.5cm high; another 15.5cm high and a tapering beaker, 13cm high (3) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

100. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CAST BRASS FIRE IRON OR STICK STANDS of female figural form with scrolling supports and urn finials, 71cm high (2) £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

101. A SET OF THREE 19TH CENTURY STEEL AND BRASS FIRE IRONS consisting of poker tongs and shovel with turned stems and figural handles, poker 77cm long £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)



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102. AN OVAL PORTRAIT of a girl admiring a miniature portrait, oil on canvas laid onto glass, 44 x 37cm in decorative frame £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

104. AN AFGHAN WINE GROUND RUG decorated two rows of seven octagons within a wide border, 184 x 96cm £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

105. A FRENCH BRASS REPEATER CARRIAGE CLOCK with white enamel dial and Roman numerals, 12cm high ex handle £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

107. AN ITALIAN CANTIGALLI MAIOLICA VASE AND COVER with ring finial, mask mounts and stylised armorial decoration, 34cm high £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

108. A MIDDLE EASTERN COLONIAL HARDWOOD AND BRASS INLAID WRITING BOX inscribed for Captain R.C.S. Perry Baghdad Iraq 1924 with fitted interior and hinged rising lid, 46cm wide x 31cm deep £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

103. No Lot

106. A PAIR OF ENGLISH COPPER RELIEF PANELS AFTER JOHN HENNING (1771-1851) of the Parthenon Frieze, 6 x 23.5cm in ebonised frames (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

109. A TIBETAN BRONZE FIGURE of a seated Buddha, 18th/19th Century, on a lotus base, the robes decorated with floral scroll work, 11.5cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

110. A CAUCASIAN POLYCHROME RUG decorated two rows of four star medallions within a hooked surround, 166 x 103cm £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)


111. A PERSIAN BLUE GROUND RUNNER with repeating gul motifs within a double border, 266 x 88cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


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112. A PERSIAN ZENJAN CAMEL GROUND RUNNER with a central large blue ground foliate medallion within a double border, 295 x 121cm £250-350 (plus 24%BP*)

113. A POLYCHROME KELIM with a central stylised design of trailing flowers within a hooked border, 251 x 191cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

115. A SILVER PLATED AND HOBNAIL GLASS CLARET JUG with hinged rising lid and engraved coat of arms, retailed by Asprey 166 New Bond Street, 24cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

117. A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED TELESCOPIC CANDLESTICKS, an engraved silver plated teapot and a ladle (4) £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)

118. AN EARLY, PROBABLY ITALIAN, BRONZE CORPUS CHRISTI perhaps late 17th Century, 35cm £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

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116. A GREEN LEATHER GENTLEMANS DRESSING CASE fitted with glass bottles with silver gilt lids, tortoiseshell glove stretcher, shoe horn, hand mirror etc, circa 1905, in an outer canvas case, 42 x 28cm £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

114. A LATE VICTORIAN BRASS MICROSCOPE by Smith, Beck & Beck, 31 Cornhill, London, with additional lenses and within a mahogany outer case with Hobbs & Co, London Lever Lock, microscope numbered 4088, approximately 40cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)


119. AN AMERICAN GILT METAL MODEL of an eagle with outstretched wings on a marble plinth, 23cm wing span; and a silver coloured metal model of an ostrich on ebonised stand, 18cm high (2) £180-250 (plus 24%BP*)

120. AN 18TH CENTURY GERMANY PEWTER STEIN with hinged rising lid and engraved initials, 30cm high £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

121. AN ANTIQUE BRONZE SHIPS BELL with embossed decoration and four loop hanger, 19cm high £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

123. AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH BLUE AND WHITE POTTERY DISH with chinoiserie landscape decoration, 36cm diameter; and a pair of Dutch saucer dishes with flower head motif, 19.5cm diameter (3) £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

122. A CONTINENTAL BRONZE MODEL of a spaniel, 13cm long; and another bronze model of a cherub, 10cm (2) £80-150 (plus 24%BP*)


125. A PERSIAN KHORASAN PICTORIAL RUG with a central urn of flowers within a field of birds and scrolls and within a triple border, 201 x 133cm £700-800 (plus 24%BP*)


124. A CHINESE BLUE GLAZED PORCELAIN RICE SERVICE consisting of twenty nine pieces, an 18th Century Mandarin pattern tea bowl and saucer; and two further saucers (33 pieces) £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

126. A KASHAN RED GROUND RUG the central motif of four birds within a scrolling medallion, the triple border with trailing flower ornament, 200 x 143cm £900-1100 (plus 24%BP*)

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127. AN ANTIQUE IVORY CHESS SET together with a tooled leather folding chessboard in the form of Volume 1 of the Campaign in the Crimea, King 11.5cm high, board 45 x 49cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

128. A 19TH CENTURY BELL METAL COURTYARD BELL with loop and chain support, 33cm diameter base, 35cm high Note: By repute this bell came from Sharavogue Estate, County Offaly, Ireland, formerly the property of The Earl of Huntingdon and demolished in 1920 £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

129. A PAIR OF GILT METAL FOUR BRANCH REGENCY STYLE CANDLE HOLDERS, each in the form of a bunch of carnations on black slate bases, 34cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

130. A VICTORIAN DOME TOP CASKET fitted a pair of glass cologne bottles, 16cm wide; a reproduction miniature bow front chest of two short and two long drawers with crossbanded decoration, 19.5cm wide; and a fitted walnut writing box, brass bound with inset handle, 30.5cm wide (3) £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)

131. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GILT METAL TWIN BRANCH CANDLESTICKS, the rectangular white marble bases each mounted with a figure of a recumbent greyhound, the foliate cast branches hung with faceted glass drops, 29cm high (2) £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

132. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRONZE AND ORMOLU MANTEL TIMEPIECE, surmounted by a winged cherub above a white enamel dial, the plinth base mounted with floral swags, 27.5cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

133. A 19TH CENTURY BRONZE FIGURE in the Egyptian style, of a servant bearing a tray, on marble plinth base, 33cm high, on painted wood and gilt metal table lamp stand £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

134. A 19TH CENTURY COROMANDEL TUNBRIDGE WARE WORK BOX, the cover with a view of a castle, possible Penshurst place, with fitted interior, on flattened bun feet, 26.5cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)



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135. A 19TH CENTURY TUNBRIDGE WARE FRAMED PLAQUE, centrally depicting a view of the Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells, within a border of flowers, 20 x 23.5cm overall £250-350 (plus 24%BP*)

136. A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD TUNBRIDGE WARE TEA CADDY, of slightly concave rectangular outline, the lid with a view of a castle, possibly Penshurst Place within a border of flowers, the sides with a band of oak leaves, having fitted interior, on flattened bun feet, 30.5cm wide £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

137. A 19TH CENTURY BURR WOOD TUNBRIDGE WARE DOME TOPPED TEA CADDY, the lid within a spray of flowers and the sides with geometric blocks, the interior having single lidded compartment, 14cm wide £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

138. A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD TUNBRIDGE WARE STATIONERY BOX, the slightly domed sloping lid inlaid with a basket of flowers and having fitted interior, 16cm; and two 19th Century Tunbridge ware tea caddies, inlaid with geometric blocks (3) £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

139. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY TUNBRIDGE WARE, comprising a rectangular card box, the lid inlaid with a spaniel, another box with sliding pin cushion cover, an inkstand, a clothes brush, a taper stick and two small boxes, a Georgian walnut and inlaid oval tea caddy, and a Mauchlineware box and cover (qty) £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

140. SIX VINTAGE BOTTLES OF WINE, including Christophers 1961 Chateau Lescadre and Chateau Caruel, 1945 Chateau Mouton de Armailhacq, and three others (6) £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


142. A PAIR OF FOSSILIZED WOOD BOOKENDS, 18.5cm high (2) £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


141. No Lot

143. G HUNT (ENGRAVER) AND OTHERS AFTER J MOORE A group of eighteen coloured engravings of Burma circa 1825, image size 35 x 26cm and variations, some damp damage, framed £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

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146. A LATE 17TH / EARLY 18TH CENTURY COLONIAL HARDWOOD AND IVORY STRUNG TABLE CABINET, the fall front enclosing six small and one long drawer, each with ivory inlaid decoration, 42.5cm £500-700 (plus 24%BP*)

148. A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR CERAMIC OVER PAINTED PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS, of a young girl and boy, 24 x 19cm; and a pair of continental small oval porcelain plaques, painted with portraits of young ladies, 8cm high, in velvet frame (4) £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

145. A ROYAL WORCESTER LEAF SHAPED DISH, the ivory ground painted and gilt decorated with flowers, No. 362, 23.5cm wide; a similar globular bottle vase, No. 1215, 16.5cm high; a similar cream jug; three various Royal Worcester tea cups and saucers; a small cabinet plate and a pin dish (11) £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

147. A LATE 19TH CENTURY BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK, with white enamel dial, the movement with push repeat, 14.5cm high, within original leather outer travelling case £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)


150. A SET OF SIX COALPORT PLATES, each painted with a view of a castle in a landscape by P Sim, signed, within gilt heightened green borders, titled verso, 22cm (6) £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

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144. A PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER TWIN HANDLED BALUSTER VASES, the ivory ground painted and gilt decorated with floral sprays, No. 1481, 25.5cm high; and another similar vase of flared trumpet form, No. 1777, 22.5cm high (3) £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)


151. A LATE 19TH CENTURY CHINESE EXPORT BLACK LACQUER TABLE CABINET, gilt decorated with figures, trees and pavilion, having a pair of doors enclosing five drawers, 29cm wide £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

152. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY MINIATURE BUREAU, with box strung fall front enclosing fitted interior, above three long drawers, on bracket feet, 28cm wide £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

154. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY CANTONESE IVORY FAN, with pierced and carved sticks, in fitted glazed case within a gilt decorated black lacquer outer box; a similar smaller fan, with silk embroidered decoration, boxed; a similar bone fan; and an early 20th Century painted feather fan, the pierced bone sticks with silvered and gilt decoration, boxed (4) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


156. A 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN FIGURAL SWEETMEAT BASKET, with florally encrusted decoration, 14cm high; a late Meissen florally painted small plate; and a 19th Century continental porcelain figure of a young man, 24cm high (3) £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


153. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH TORTOISESHELL AND GILT METAL MANTEL CLOCK, with domed top, having circular white enamel dial painted with garlands of flowers, on foliate cast feet, 32cm high £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

155. A LATE VICTORIAN IVORY BACKED DRESSING TABLE SET, comprising necessaire, with partly fitted interior, hand mirror, clothes brush, two hairbrushes and a lidded jar, monogrammed, together with a late 19th Century ivory paper knife, the handle carved as a ram £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

157. AN 18TH CENTURY DELFT BLUE AND WHITE PLATE, painted with a basket of foliage within a border of stylised flowers, marked with initials ‘C.B. *’ to the underside, 22.5cm diameter £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

158. A LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY ALBUM of wax seals; a pair of 19th Century brass candlesticks, three miniature 19th Century copper moulds; a corkscrew; and other items (qty) £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

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159. A RUSSIAN LACQUER RECTANGULAR BOX, the lid painted with a view of Moscow State University, 22cm wide; two further similar smaller boxes, both painted with troikas, 14cm and 12.5cm wide; and a similar small case (4) £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

160. A PAIR OF VINTAGE ARABIA (FINLAND) CERAMIC FLAT BACK FIGURES, of a man and woman, 10.5cm high (2) £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

161. A LATE 19TH CENTURY DAVENPORT TEA SERVICE, decorated in blue, iron red and gilt with an Imari design, comprising teapot and cover, sucrier and cover, milk jug, six cups and five saucers, and a rectangular tray, five various similar plates/soup plates, and a Worcester tea bowl £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

162. AN ORREFORS GLASS VASE, with slice cut decoration to one side, engraved signature and No. 3658/4; another, engraved with a young girl gazing at the moon, No. 2759, and a similar vase by Kosta, engraved with a young girl riding flying geese (3) £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

163. A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE SMALL DISH, painted with vases; a Japanese baluster vase and cover, of lobed form, decorated with panels of foliage on a gilt heightened blue and iron red striped ground; and two further Imari decorated plates (4) £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

164. A COLLECTION OF FIFTEEN ROYAL COPENHAGEN FIGURES, to include a satyr astride a goat, No. 232, a naked mermaid, No. 3321, two reclining fauns, a Dutch goose girl, a child mermaid, two owls, other animal figures, and a similar Lladro figure (16) £200-300 (plus 24%BP*) 165. No Lot

167. 20TH CENTURY SCHOOL Portrait of a nude central African lady, half length, oil on board, 23.5 x 19cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

168. CHARLES TURNER (1773-1857) ‘Backswords’ and ‘Wrestling’, pub. 1823, a pair of colour mezzotint engravings, 25 x 30.5cm (2) £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

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166. A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRONZE EWERS of slender form, the angular handles with winged cherub mask decoration, and having gilt heightened decoration, on circular black slate plinths, 44.5cm high (2) £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)


169. VICTOR MARIE PICOT (1744-1805) AFTER CHARLES JEAN ROBINEAU ‘The Assaut, or Fencing Match which took place at Carlton House, on 9th April 1787, between Mademoiselle La Chevalier D’eon de Beaumont, and Monsieur de Saint George’, hand coloured engraving, 30 x 34cm

170. THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827) Mr Angelo’s Fencing Academy, hand-coloured engraving with pencil annotations in French to the margin, 41 x 56cm £500-700 (plus 24%BP*)

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171. THOMAS GAUGAIN (1748-1810) AFTER W. FRASER ‘A Time Thrust in Second, taken upon a disengage over the arm in advancing’ (fencing), pub. by Signor Francalanza, Professor of Fencing, Jermyn St. 1809, coloured engraving, 45.5 x 64cm £600-800 (plus 24%BP*)


173. THREE 18TH CENTURY DELFT BLUE AND WHITE PLATES, painted with flowers, largest 22.5cm diameter; a small collection of Delft tiles, painted with various decoration including landscape and figural; and a tin glazed vase and cover (qty) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


172. A LATE 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN FIGURE of a cherub with corn sheaf, emblematic of autumn, 13.5cm high; a German porcelain figure of a violinist; and a small collection of 18th/19th Century tea bowls and saucers £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

174. A 1930’S SILVER PLATED COCKTAIL SHAKER, of Art Deco design, the outer case with apertures rotating to reveal cocktail ingredients, 28cm high; and another 1930’s silver plated cocktail shaker (2) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

175. A COLLECTION OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY PORT AND ALE GLASSES, with faceted conical bowls, two cordial glasses with air twist stems; a set of seven tumblers etched with fruiting vine; and various rummers etc (qty) £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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176. A COLLECTION OF MAINLY 19TH CENTURY DRINKING GLASSES TO INCLUDE faceted wines, ports etc £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

177. JOHN DAWE (1942-2017) Two carved stone herms, in the manner of Eric Gill, 31cm high (2) £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

178. AN ORREFORS GLASS DECANTER AND STOPPER, 20.5cm high; and four pieces of studio pottery (5) £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

179. A CHINESE CARVED SOAP STONE VASE AND COVER, carved and pierced with temple lions, and a Chinese pale green hardstone twin handled vase and cover, with lion mask ring handles (2) £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

180. A NANKING CARGO BLUE AND WHITE TEA BOWL AND SAUCER labels to base (2) £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

181. 16TH THE QUEEN’S LANCERS REGIMENT INTEREST A Victorian coromandel correspondence box bearing an embossed insignia and coat of arms commemorating the campaigns of the Sixteenth Lancers, with lion head ring handles and red silk lined interior, locks stamped Batson London, 25cm wide x 14cm deep £500-700 (plus 24%BP*)

182. AN ANTIQUE CARVED BONE CHESS SET stained red and white in a wooden box with sliding lid £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

183. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRASS TROMBONE MOTORCAR KLAXON, 46cm long £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

184. A COLLECTION OF VINTAGE FOUNTAIN PENS, to include a black Mont Blanc No. 32, various others by Swan, Parker, Mentmore, Onoto, etc., and an early Biro (12) £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)



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185. A TURKISH SILK RUG the central blue ground medallion within a brick red field of scrolling flowers and within a triple border, 179 x 122cm £500-700 (plus 24%BP*)

186. AN ANTIQUE KHAMESH RUG decorated four rows of hooked guls within a triple border, 185 x 151cm £600-800 (plus 24%BP*)

187. A NORTHERN PERSIAN MIDNIGHT BLUE GROUND LONG RUG with a central group of four inter-connecting medallions within a polychrome geometric border, 270 x 115cm £700-800 (plus 24%BP*) 188. No Lot 189. A CAUCASIAN STYLE RED GROUND RUNNER with multiple star border, 355 x 89cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


190. AN OLD BIDJAR RUG with central red ground medallion within a dark blue ground field and white border with all over foliate decoration, 220 x 140cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

191. A HEREZ STYLE APPLE GREEN GROUND RUNNER with stylised foliate decoration, 300 x 80cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)




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192. A TEKKE DARK RED GROUND RUG with three rows of medallions within a multiple border, 172 x 127cm £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

193. AN OLD TURKISH GREEN GROUND RUG with central medallion, 160 x 113cm; and a Belouch prayer rug, 132 x 72cm (2) £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

194. AN AFGHAN KELIM with black and white alternating diamond motif and flat weave ends, 178 x 89cm £30-60 (plus 24%BP*) 195. AN OLD KASAK LONG RUG with polychrome hooked repeating design and white ground border, 219 x 117cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)



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196. AN ANTIQUE IVORY CHESS SET together with a Middle Eastern marquetry inlaid folding games board, King 9.4cm high, board 40cm square £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

197. A COLLECTION OF APPROXIMATELY TWENTY MURANO GLASS FRUITS including grapes, lemons, peppers, cucumbers, oranges, tomatoes etc £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

198. 1 BOTTLE (75CL) CHATEAU D’YQUEM, Lur-Salules, base of neck (1) £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

199. 2 BOTTLES (75CL) CHATEAU LATOUR 1965 mid shoulder (2) £180-250 (plus 24%BP*)

200. 3 BOTTLES (75CL) CHATEAU LATOUR 1968 mid shoulder to base of neck (3) £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

201. 9 BOTTLES (75CL) NUIT ST GEORGES, Jules Régnier & Co 1959, into neck to high shoulder £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)


202. 13 BOTTLES OF OLD WINE TO INCLUDE: 2 bottles 75cl Chateau Simard St Emilion 1962 (mid to low shoulder) 1 bottle Chateau Batailley 1962 (high shoulder) 1 bottle Gevrey Chambertin 1957 (low shoulder) 1 half bottle Chateau Lynett Bages 1964 (low shoulder) plus six further mixed bottles in poor condition (13) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


203. A GRAND TOUR STYLE RECTANGULAR SPECIMEN MARBLE TABLE TOP with repeating striated diamond motif, 54.5 x 27cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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204. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY GRAND TOUR CASED SET OF PLASTER INTAGLIOS representing the Elgin Marbles and attributed to John Henning (1771-1851), the forty nine tiles on eight trays within a rectangular box with contemporary inscription (for restoration), tiles 23 x 6cm, box 50cm wide £500-800 (plus 24%BP*)

205. CARY’S NEW 6” TERRESTRIAL GLOBE drawn from the latest authorities and published in London by G & J Cary, January 1827 on ring turned legs and stretcher supports, 23cm across overall x 25cm high £1000-2000 (plus 24%BP*)

207. A GEORGE IV MAHOGANY BUTLERS STAND attributed to Gillow with carrying handle and spindle supports on ring turned legs and ‘X’ stretchers, 60cm wide x 60cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

208. A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IVORY WRIST REST with carved decoration of a teapot and bonsai plant, 11.2 x 5.8cm £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

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206. H.G. COLLINS 22 PATERNOSTER ROAD LONDON, A New Terrestrial globe compiled from the latest most authentic sources including all the recent geographical discoveries, a 19th Century globe on a turned mahogany stand and circular base, 36cm high £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)


209. A SET OF FOUR TREAD MAHOGANY LIBRARY STEPS with gold tooled red leather insets, ring turned column and brass finial, 170cm high £180-250 (plus 24%BP*)

210. A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY HALL CHAIR with panel seat and scroll back with painted armorial bearing the motto Virtus in Actione Consistat, 42cm wide x 85cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

211. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ANGLO INDIAN TEAK LINEN PRESS, the interior of the upper half fitted four slides enclosed by panelled doors with break arch pediment and two short and two long drawers below, with turned knobs on bracket feet and with brass edging and ebony moulding, 108cm wide x 200cm high £600-800 (plus 24%BP*)

212. A 19TH CENTURY REGENCY STYLE LIBRARY ARMCHAIR with green painted reeded cresting rail, arms and sabre legs terminating in brass castors, 64cm wide x 80cm deep x 93.5cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)


213. A REGENCY YEW WOOD EMPIRE STYLE BEDSIDE CABINET with single drawer above a lift up lidded recess, cupboard beneath, all flanked by outset pilaster columns and standing on leather castors, 40.5cm wide x 37.5cm deep x 82cm high £250-350 (plus 24%BP*)


214. A 19TH CENTURY NAIVE OIL PAINTING of a London street, depicting the London to Oxford coach outside The Cock & Magpie Tavern, unsigned, unframed, 55.5cm x 76cm £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

216. AN 18TH CENTURY IRON STRONG BOX with panelled sides and with ornate wrought iron stand with scroll decoration, 71cm wide x 41cm deep x 57cm high overall £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

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218. A PAIR OF LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY EASTERN PAINTED HARDWOOD FIGURES each with a turban and a loin cloth and holding a shell to their ear, the largest 137cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

217. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY COUNTRY HOUSE SWING DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, the oval mirror on scrolling supports above a serpentine fronted base with three drawers and ogee bracket feet, 64cm wide x 27cm deep x 90cm high £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

219. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN’S WRITING CHEST in the manner of Gillows, the top drawer with fitted interior including hinged writing surface and compartments beneath the slide, over twin panelled doors enclosing two slides within, all on bracket feet, 109cm wide x 62cm deep x 85cm high £600-800 (plus 24%BP*)

220. A BOXWOOD ARTICULATED HUMAN FORM MODEL on a circular base by A.M. with the motto by Land and by Sea, 39cm high overall £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

221. A MIDDLE EASTERN GREEN GLAZED TERRACOTTA CIRCULAR BOWL with broad rim, 30cm diameter £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

223. A MIDDLE EASTERN SQUARE TILE with a polychrome flower motif, 21.5cm and another with blue scrolling flower design, 20cm square (2) £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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222. A PERSIAN BLUE GLAZE SQUARE LARGE TILE decorated twelve fish, 24cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


225. AN ANTIQUE CARVED HEADSTONE of shaped form decorated with a pair of child’s feet, 37 x 21.5cm and a stone circular dish with broad rim, 25cm diameter (2) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

226. TWO HEAVY STONE MORTARS with four handles, 43cm and 32cm wide (2) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

227. A CONTINENTAL, SEVRES STYLE PORCELAIN CASKET with hinged rising lid and decorated classical landscapes on a blue ground, 30cm wide £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)

228. AN OLD ITALIAN CYLINDRICAL DRUG JAR AND COVER inscribed Castoreo within a foliate cartouche, 24cm high and another malva sylv, 24cm high (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

229. THREE ITALIAN POTTERY DRUG JARS two inscribed, Rheumpalm and Calabr, two with covers, 27 to 19cm high (3) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

230. A GROUP OF FOUR 18TH CENTURY DUTCH DELFT VASES with figure and foliate decoration, 26 to 18cm high (4) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

231. A VICTORIAN TAXIDERMIC GREEN PARROT in a naturalistic setting and within a black painted glazed case, 52 x 50cm and a taxidermic goldfinch in glazed case, labelled Grenonneau, Mile End, 19cm high (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

232. AN ANTIQUE CHINESE RED LACQUERED PILLOW BOX with decorated interior and metal hasp, 43cm wide £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


224. A COMPOSITE RECTANGULAR PANEL decorated with a cows skull and foliate swag, 50 x 25cm; a composite circular Green Man plaque, 46cm diameter and a rectangular marble frieze with classical urn decoration, 37 x 14cm (3) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)


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233. A 17TH CENTURY STYLE BRASS ALMS DISH inscribed Ralph Toft decorated with a portrait, possibly Queen Anne, 51cm diameter; together with a candle wall sconce with pressed heart and star decoration, 4.5cm high; and two 17th Century warming pan lids, each decorated a silhouette portrait, 32 and 33cm diameter (4) £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

234. A PAIR OF 17TH CENTURY WARMING PAN LIDS each converted to a single branch wall sconce with central star and foliate scroll motif, 32cm diameter (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

236. A COLLECTION OF EIGHTEEN 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY ABACI of varying design, some with coloured counters, largest 62 x 49cm to 22 x 11.5cm (18) £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

235. A GRADUATED SET OF THREE ANTIQUE BRASS CIRCULAR BOWLS with a repeating crescent moon decoration to the border, 54, 51, and 47cm diameter (3) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

238. A GEORGE III CHILD’S SILK SAMPLER depicting the Old and the New World by Eleanor Hunter dated 1804 in a gilt frame, 33 x 61cm £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

239. AN INDIAN ISLAMIC PAINTING of multiple figures in a garden and inscriptions with double sided, 29 x 21.5cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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237. A 19TH CENTURY COLOURED PRINT of cattle with herdsman beneath a pollarded willow, 44 x 61cm in gilt frame £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)


241. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY WATERCOLOUR PORTRAITS of a gentleman and his wife, formally dressed in gilt frames, approximately 27 x 22cm (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

242. AN EARLY VICTORIAN EBONISED LIBRARY CHAIR with scroll handles, serpentine front and on fluted tapering forelegs and castors, 54cm wide £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

243. A LARGE VICTORIAN IVORY PAGE TURNER with engraved coat of arms and motto Dum Spiro Spero, 44.4cm long £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)

244. A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED BREAKFAST DISH with sectional interior and ivory handle together with a quantity of dessert knives and forks, a fish slice and crumb scoop (23) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

245. A GILT ORMOLU ROSE BOWL with swag ornament and on an octagonal serpentine marble base, 28cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

246. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY SHEFFIELD PLATED WINE FUNNEL with gadrooned edge and gilt bowl, 14cm long £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

247. A FRENCH GILT BRONZE CLASSICAL FIGURE on column, 27cm high; another gilt bronze cherub figure, 17cm high; and a pair of Spelter models of musicians, 18cm high (4) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

248. A PARIAN WARE BUST of Handel, 19cm high; and a carved wooden Herm by Steiner, 18cm high (2) £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)


240. A VICTORIAN COLOURED PRINT by C Webb & Co after Herve, Robert Hales, The Celebrated Norfolk Giant dated 1851 in a bird’s eye maplewood frame, 56 x 42cm £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)


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250. A 19TH CENTURY SCOTTISH MAHOGANY ‘LAZY SUSAN’ the dish top with rose and thistle carved border, standing on ram’s mask decorated feet, 62.5cm diameter x 11cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

252. A REGENCY SIDE CABINET with faux rosewood scumble decoration and further decorated with painted classical motifs, the upper section with shaped crest over three graduated shelves, the lower section with single drawer over two glazed doors, flanked by outset pilaster columns to either side and standing on turned tapering feet, 74cm wide x 38cm deep x 164cm high (glazing to one door lacking) £250-400 (plus 24%BP*)

251. A GEORGE I WALNUT HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD with fielded panelled single door enclosing shelves within, 68cm wide x 94cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

253. A FRENCH MAHOGANY VITRINE with gilt metal mounts, marble top and parquetry decoration with two glass shelves enclosed by a glazed door on tapering legs, 84cm wide x 161cm high £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

254. A REGENCY STYLE ROSEWOOD AND BRASS INLAID SIDE CABINET with inverted bow front and two pairs of doors with brass grills with striated green marble top, 169cm wide £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

255. A 19TH CENTURY REGENCY STYLE ROSEWOOD BREAK FRONT SIDE CABINET with a marble top over two doors with brass grills flanked by two open sections, 187cm wide £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

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249. A DUNHILL CIGARETTE LIGHTER inset decorative panels of fish, 7cm high; and a further lighter (2) £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)


256. AN ANTIQUE REGENCY STYLE ROSEWOOD SMALL CHIFFONIER with brass galleried top, brass inlaid decoration and a pair of grill doors on bracket feet, 94cm wide £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

257. A PAIR OF EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY CIRCULAR LAMP TABLES with marble tops and on three tapering supports and triform base, 49cm diameter x 75cm high (2) £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

259. AN ADAM STYLE GILTWOOD OVAL HANGING WALL MIRROR with urn finial hung with bell flowers and with inset painted putti, 110cm x 49cm overall £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

258. AN EBONISED AND GILDED TWO TIER LAMP TABLE with marble top, turned supports and triform base, 39cm diameter x 76cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

260. A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND FLORAL MARQUETRY CIRCULAR LAMP TABLE with trailing vine decoration on tapering baluster column and tripod base, 56cm wide £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

261. A GEORGE JONES MAJOLICA JARDINIERE moulded with reed buntings, insects and bull rushes, impressed mark, 39cm high x 43.5cm diameter £700-900 (plus 24%BP*)


262. A MINTON STYLE MAJOLICA JARDINIERE of urn form with polychrome ribbon tied laurel wreath handles, 33cm high x 32cm diameter £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)


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263. A JAPANESE IMARI CERAMIC JARDINIERE with polychrome figure and flower decoration, 27cm high x 38cm diameter £70-90 (plus 24%BP*)

264. A PAIR OF FRENCH PINK PORCELAIN AND ORMOLU MOUNTED VASES, each painted with figures amused by a dancing dog and a panel of summer flowers converted as table lamps, 43cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

265. A CONTINENTAL ROUGE MARBLE AND GILT METAL MOUNTED TABLE LAMP of classical urn form on a square base, 40cm high £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

266. A MID 19TH CENTURY FRENCH EBONISED AND AMBOYNA BONHEUR DU JOUR constructed in two parts, the upper half with brass galleried top and mirrored alcove, the lower half with one long and two short drawers and undertier inset Sevres style plaques and with line inlay and gilt metal mounts, 108cm wide x 141cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

267. A VIENNA PORCELAIN CABARET COFFEE SERVICE consisting of twelve coffee cans and saucers, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar basin with covers, and 49cm diameter tray, each piece with painted panels depicting classical figures on a blue and gilt ground, in original quilted box £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

268. A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN BLANC DE CHINE VASES with encrusted lizard decoration and gilt metal mounts, now a pair of lamps, 50cm high £250-350 (plus 24%BP*)

270. A FRENCH KINGWOOD AND FLORAL MARQUETRY BOMBÉ ESCRITOIRE, the fitted interior enclosed by a fall front with Vernis Martin style decoration of lovers with drawer below and undertier, with gilt metal mounts and rouge marble top on splay legs, 126cm high x 59cm wide £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

269. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SERPENTINE FOLD OVER CARD TABLE with green baize top, carved decoration and on four cabriole legs, 79cm wide £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)



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271. A FRENCH KINGWOOD AND FLORAL MARQUETRY ESCRITOIRE, the interior fitted four drawers and a shelf enclosed by a fall front with drawer below and all over fine marquetry foliate decoration with central basket of flowers and ormolu mounts on four fluted tapering legs with grey striated marble top, late 18th/early 19th Century with later alterations £1000-2000 (plus 24%BP*)

273. A CONTINENTAL BRONZE FIGURE of a drummer signed Bakos, possibly early 20th Century Austrian/German, 20cm high on a rouge marble plinth £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

274. A BRONZE GROUP of two fighting horses on a naturalistic base, 12.5cm high; and an Italianate bronze, stand with lion’s head monopod supports, 10.5cm high (2) £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

275. AFTER ODOARDO TABACCHI (20TH CENTURY) A bronze of a diving female bather, Tuffolina, signed O. Tabacchi Torino, 38cm high £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

276. AFTER PHILIPPE LAURENT ROLAND (1746-1816) A bronze group of a Bacchante riding a goat on a naturalistic base, 41cm high £1000-1500 (plus 24%BP*)

277. A FRENCH GREEN ONYX MANTEL CLOCK with striking mechanism and painted dial and with spelter figure of a dancer after L Lavergne surmounted, 54cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


272. AFTER CLODION (1738-1814) A bronze group of two putti with swan, signed on naturalistic base and inscribed Cresson-Edit, 29cm high £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)


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279. AFTER ISIDORE BONHEUR (1827-1901) A bronze study of a horse and jockey, ‘Kingsman with Charles Madden up’, signed on naturalistic base, 24/125, 80cm long x 73cm high £800-1000 (plus 24%BP*)

280. AN ART DECO FIGURE AFTER GEORGES GORI of a girl with hound, metal and ivorine, on a striated marble plinth, 55cm long overall x 53cm high £600-800 (plus 24%BP*)

282. A COLLECTION TO INCLUDE: an ivory inlaid sandalwood box, a page turner, glove stretchers, ivory necklace, a pair of earrings and a pair of possibly marine ivory carved box panels (qty) £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

283. A PAIR OF JAPANESE SHIBAYAMA LACQUERED BRIDGE MARKERS with insect decoration, 9cm long (2) £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

281. AN ANTIQUE CONTINENTAL IVORY AND SILK PAINTED FAN decorated figures seated in a formal garden, each stick with finely carved decoration, 28cm £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

284. A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE SHIBAYAMA DECORATED IVORY PAGE TURNER carved with rat and toad, blade broken £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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278. AFTER ISIDORE BONHEUR (1827-1901) Steeplechase: A bronze study of three racehorses and jockeys, 70cm long x 45cm high £600-800 (plus 24%BP*)


285. A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IVORY PAGE TURNER HANDLE carved with horned figure and rat, 10.5cm long £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

286. AN IVORY PAGE TURNER, the silver handle hallmarked Birmingham 1919 by Cohen & Charles, 36cm long £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

288. A 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT MINIATURE ON IVORY of a gentleman in a black top coat, 9.5 x 7.5cm in a red morocco outer case £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

289. A 19TH CENTURY MINIATURE PAINTING ON IVORY of a cavalry skirmish in gilt frame, 4.5 x 7.7cm £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

290. AN ORIENTAL PALE JADE CARVED LIBATION CUP VESSEL of horn and sea monster form, 6cm high £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

291. A LARGE MEERSCHAUM WHITE METAL MOUNTED PIPE with Prussian eagle crest and stamped Schaller, 24cm long £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)


292. A JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD CARVED IVORY OKIMONO in the form of a seated figure, red seal mark, 7cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


293. A BAVARIAN CARVED WOODEN FIGURE of a seated St Bernard dog, 54cm long £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

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294. A COLLECTION OF FOUR PIECES OF MAUCHLINE, MONEY BOX and three further boxes and two porcelain ashtrays advertising newspapers (6) £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

295. A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD TRAY in the form of a leaf decorated with rat and foliage motif, 47cm long £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

299. A BLACK FOREST SMOKING PIPE with figural stag and deer immersed in a forest 35cm long; and another smoking pipe shaped as an African women’s head, 16cm long (2) £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

298. A LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY MALACCA CANE with a picqué work ivory knob, 92cm long £600-800 (plus 24%BP*)

300. A VICTORIAN RECTANGULAR CHILD’S SAMPLER depicting a country house with formal garden and lodgers with inscription, 32 x 42cm framed £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

301. AN 18TH CENTURY IVORY MOMENTO MORI SKULL, later mounted as The Grim Reaper on a 19th Century marble base, 23cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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297. A LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY MALACCA CANE with gold knob inscribed Freddy, 90cm long £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)

296. AN OVAL GLASS ADVERTISING SIGN We Sell Genuine New Zealand Lamb, 51 x 28cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


302. HENRY MOORE (1898-1986) Stonehenge Iithograph X/XXV, signed in pencil and dated ‘73, image size 17 x 25cm £250-350 (plus 24%BP*)

303. LESLIE VAN DER SLUYS (AUSTRALIA) (1939-2010) Rainbow Lorikeets and Black Bean tree, lino cut 59/90, signed and dated 1988 in pencil, image size 29 x 28cm, framed £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

304. A REGENCY STYLE OAK RECTANGULAR KNEEHOLE WRITING DESK with green tooled leather top and three deep drawers, probably Government issue for the Admiralty 107cm wide x 76cm deep £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

305. A SILVER CIGARETTE BOX, with an engine turned lid by Harman Brothers 1962, 16.5cm long, 17 Troy oz £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


306. A C. BECHSTEIN EBONISED BOUDOIR GRAND PIANO, frame no. 9130756 on octagonal baluster legs, castors, 194cm £800-1200 (plus 24%BP*)


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307. AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY WALNUT CHEST ON STAND, fitted two short drawers above three graduated long drawers, two short drawers below, turned supports and shaped stretchers, 92cm wide £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

309. ARTS AND CRAFTS BRASS GOBLET, with grape leaf decoration inscribed ‘To Short’ 23cm high £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

308. AN OLD BRASS ‘CENTURY’ TELESCOPE by Watson & Sons Ltd, 313 HIgh Holborn, London, No. 1186, complete with mahogany tripod, 124cm long overall £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

310. A BRAZILIAN HAND CARVED WOODEN FOLK ART FIGURE OF ST. FRANCIS, polychrome with birds, 55cm high (purchased in Brazil when church was being demolished) £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

312. A 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN BRONZE AFTER THE ANTIQUE of Silenius or Bacchus, 27cm long, on an oval red velvet base £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

311. No Lot

313. A PAIR OF LOUIS XV1 STYLE BRONZE AND PARCEL GILT CANDLESTICKS of fluted tapering form with ribbon swag ornament and triform base, 31cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

314. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CANDLE STAND with brass sconce, wax tray and ring turned central column on a circular base, 96cm high £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)



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315. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY ORMOLU CANDLESTICKS each in the form of a classical column ruin with naturalistic brick work base, 30cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

316. AN ANTIQUE ORMOLU URN of classical campanulate form with raised putti and grapevine decoration on a green marble plinth, 25.5cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

317. A 19TH CENTURY BRONZE AND ORMOLU CANDLE STAND with bell shaped glass bowl, figural stem and square base on scroll supports, 51cm high £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

318. A FRENCH EMPIRE ORMOLU PENDULE MANTEL CLOCK, with circular white enamel dial and striking mechanism, the case with swan head handles, raised trailing foliate design and square base, 40cm high (pendulum and back plate deficient) £500-700 (plus 24%BP*)

319. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SIX BOTTLE WINE RACK of rectangular tray form, 60 x 22cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*) 318 320. A LARGE GRAND TOUR BRONZE EWER AFTER COLODION of classical form with entwined handles, goats head mounts, tapering body and square base, 47cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)


322. A REGENCY BRASS INLAID DESK STAND fitted one long drawer and with scrolling decoration on bun feet, 29cm wide x 21cm deep £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)


321. A COMPOSITION BUST AFTER THE ANTIQUE inscribed Pericles, 58cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


323. A REGENCY GILT BRASS RECTANGULAR DESK STAND fitted twin glass inkwells and oval candle stand with carrying handles on claw feet, 29 x 19cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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324. A REGENCY MAHOGANY STORM LANTERN with engraved glass shade, brass mounts, turned stem and circular base, 60cm high overall £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

325. A ROMAN WHITE MARBLE WATER SPOUT in the form of a male theatre mask, 24 x 19cm overall Provenance:- Maureen Swanson, Countess of Dudley, Himley Hall Staffordshire. £800-1200 (plus 24%BP*)

328. AN 18TH CENTURY STYLE MAHOGANY BONHEUR DU JOUR with galleried top, inlaid decoration and fold over writing surface with drawer below on square tapering legs, 69cm wide x 100cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

327. A STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY GROUP of Uncle Tom and Little Eva seated in an arbour, 16.5cm high £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

329. A 19TH CENTURY GENTLEMANS CAMPAIGN DRESSING CHEST with hinged rising lid, adjustable mirror and numerous compartments, the interior fitted six oak lined drawers with inset brass handles enclosed by arched panelled doors, 90cm wide £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

330. A LATE 19TH CENTURY BRONZE FIGURE of a faun after the Antique with foundry mark for H Gladenbeck und Sohn on a marble plinth, 46cm high overall; and a further bronze of an athelete signed U Bugler on marble plinth, 41cm high (2) £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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326. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY MINIATURE MEMORIAL PORTRAIT of Princess Charlotte wearing Prince of Wales feathers in her hair, enamel on copper, 8.5 x 7cm in gilt frame £250-350 (plus 24%BP*)

DAY ONE, 31ST JANUARY 2018 331. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY AUBUSSON NEEDLEWORK VERDURE TAPESTRIES, each portraying courtiers in a formal garden with parrots and flowers and classical rotunda, framed by corinthian columns, approximately 180 x 230cm (2) £1200-1500 (plus 24%BP*)

332. A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY CARVED OAK BOOKENDS each in the form of a lion couchant, the plinths signed G Caspar, 16cm high overall £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

333. A 19TH CENTURY INDIAN PAPIER MÂCHÉ TWO FOLD BLOTTER with felt lined interior, gilded scroll decoration and inset polychrome bead work central star ornament, 41 x 32cm £300-400 (plus 24%BP*) 331


335. A SOUTH EAST ASIAN, PERHAPS BURMESE, GILDED METAL CIRCULAR BOX inset turquoise and amber coloured stones and symbolic ornament, 33cm diameter £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)


336. AN EDWARDIAN STYLE MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID REVOLVING BOOKCASE with splat sides, 46cm square £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

334. AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD BOOKSTAND, height adjustable on a petal shaped base and inset a Berlin wool work panel depicting a bullfinch, 36cm high x 33cm wide £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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337. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY FELT COLLAGE PICTURE depicting a mother and child being welcomed by an Orthodox priest, 43 x 52cm £60-120 (plus 24%BP*)

338. A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY GILT BRASS TWO BRANCH WALL LIGHTS of acanthus scroll form, 29cm high (2) £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

339. A GEORGIAN STYLE WING ARMCHAIR upholstered in buttoned and brass studded green leather, with loose cushion, 85cm wide x 116cm high £250-350 (plus 24%BP*)

340. AN ANTIQUE MIDDLE EASTERN MARRIAGE CHEST with embossed brass mounts, hinged rising lid and shaped supports, 74cm wide x 44cm deep £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

341. TWO 19TH CENTURY CAUCASIAN LARGE BEATEN METAL BALUSTER JUGS with side handles and panelled and embossed decoration, 62cm and 59cm high (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

342. AN ANTIQUE MIDDLE EASTERN COPPER CAULDRON with iron ring handles, 50cm diameter; and a copper circular tray with fluted edge, 34cm diameter (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

343. A MIDDLE EASTERN RED GROUND RUG with central interlocking medallion and decorated animals, 150 x 104cm £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

344. A 19TH CENTURY DRESS SWORD with ivory hilt, gilt ornament and steel scabbard, 96cm long (loses to hilt); and a further dress sword by Hawkes of Piccadilly, London (shortened), in leather outer case, 110cm long (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

345. A VICTORIAN OAK CORNER CHAIR with studded leather material and turned legs, 69cm wide £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)



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346. A GLOBE-WERNICKE MAHOGANY VENEERED FIVE SECTIONAL BOOKCASE, each section with a lead light glazed lift up panelled door labelled Globe-Wernicke ‘Always Complete but Never Finished, Made in England’, 225cm high x 86cm wide x maximum depth 35cm £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)


348. A GLOBE-WERNICKE MAHOGANY VENEERED FIVE SECTIONAL BOOKCASE, each section with a lead light glazed lift up panelled door labelled Globe-Wernicke ‘Always Complete but Never Finished, Made in England’, 225cm high x 86cm wide x maximum depth 35cm £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)


347. A GLOBE-WERNICKE MAHOGANY VENEERED FIVE SECTIONAL BOOKCASE, each section with a lead light glazed lift up panelled door labelled Globe-Wernicke ‘Always Complete but Never Finished, Made in England’, 225cm high x 86cm wide x maximum depth 35cm £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

349. A GLOBE-WERNICKE MAHOGANY VENEERED FIVE SECTIONAL BOOKCASE, each section with a lead light glazed lift up panelled door labelled Globe-Wernicke ‘Always Complete but Never Finished, Made in England’, 225cm high x 86cm wide x maximum depth 35cm £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

350. A GLOBE-WERNICKE MAHOGANY VENEERED FIVE SECTIONAL BOOKCASE, each section with a lead light glazed lift up panelled door labelled Globe-Wernicke ‘Always Complete but Never Finished, Made in England’, 225cm high x 86cm wide x maximum depth 35cm £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

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351. A PERSIAN, TABRIZ, RED GROUND CARPET having a central hooked medallion within an intricate geometric and foliage field and wide apple green ground surround with multiple border, 371 x 300cm £1500-2500 (plus 24%BP*)

353. TWO TURKISH HEREKE SILK PRAYER RUGS with intricate decoration of scrolling flowers and birds, 105 x 67cm and 85 x 62cm (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

354. A MIDDLE EASTERN TRIBAL SADDLE BAG with flat weave back and beaded ornament, 112 x 61cm £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

355. AN AMERICAN STYLE HOOKED RUG with naive polychrome decoration, 144 x 88cm £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)

357. A TURKISH SILK MAT decorated five rows of seven medallions on a pale blue ground, 102 x 52cm £70-120 (plus 24%BP*) 358. AN 18TH CENTURY FRENCH TAPESTRY PANEL depicting a formal garden and classical columns, from fragments of a larger tapestry, 230 x 176cm £350-550 (plus 24%BP*)

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356. A KURDISH, QUCHAN, KHORJIN of hooked geometric form, 95 x 49cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

352. A PERSIAN, KASHAN, DARK BLUE GROUND RUG with a central red ground medallion within a field of scrolling flowers and a wide border, 218 x 130cm £800-1200 (plus 24%BP*)


359. A BELOUCH BAG FACE with a central diagonal diamond pattern within a triple border, 64 x 71cm £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

362. A BELOUCH RED GROUND RUG with a repeating flower head design within a wide hooked border, 160 x 108cm £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

360. A FINNISH RED GROUND RUG with florette and lattice decoration within an apple green ground border, 186 x 134cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

363. AN OLD CHINESE WASHED SILK RUG with simple foliate emblems within a wide border decorated figures and carriages, 186 x 127cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


365. A KURDISH RED GROUND RUG with an all over geometric polychrome pattern and a single border, 190 x 109cm £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)


361. A PAIR OF BAKHTIARI CAMEL BAGS with flat weave backs and hooked decoration, approximately 55 x 60cm (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

364. A BELOUCH BROWN GROUND RUG with a triple interlocking medallion within a hooked field and triple border, 206 x 104cm £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

366. AN OLD ARDEBIL RED GROUND RUG with an all over polychrome hooked motif within a quadruple border, 200 x 128cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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367. AN ANTIQUE INDIAN, AGRA, RUG in the form of a Turkish prayer rug, the central rust red pattern on an apple green ground with stylised foliate border, 201 x 134cm (repairs and splits) £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

368. A BELOUCH RED GROUND RUG decorated five rows of nine square motifs within a hooked border, 150 x 100cm; and a further Belouch rug (2) £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

369. A TURKISH BRICK RED GROUND RUG with a central large rosette medallion and foliate border, 170 x 104cm £40-80 (plus 24%BP*) 370. A NEAR PAIR OF CHINESE DARK BLUE GROUND RUGS with white flower decoration and triple border, 153 x 92cm (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

372. AN AFGHAN RUG with a central row of three medallions within a multiple border, 140 x 100cm £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

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371. A BELOUCH CAMEL GROUND PRAYER RUG with rosettes and hooked medallions within a multiple border, 52 x 93cm £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)


373. AN AFGHAN DARK OCHRE GROUND RUG decorated two rows of three medallions within a triple border, 160 x 118cm £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

374. A CHINESE WHITE SILK SHAWL OR TABLE COVER decorated figures in a formal garden with cherry blossom and flowers, approximately 140 x 125cm £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

375. A BOLT OF CHINESE OR INDIAN SILK MATERIAL with gold thread with continuing flower motif, 5.50 x 97cm £50-150 (plus 24%BP*) 376. A NORTHERN INDIAN OR AFGHAN ROBE with polychrome needlework panels together with a felt bonnet with scrolling flower decoration (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)


377. A SALT WATER SPINNING REEL by Mitchell model 488 in a canvas bag; an Alvey side cast fishing reel with a wooden spool a further two reels, and a wicker basket containing fishing lures and flies £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


378. A SEALEY SEA LEADER FISHING ROD, a Daiwa fishing rod and a further five other mixed fishing rods all with canvas bags (7) £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

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DAY 2 Thursday 1st February at 11am From the collection of AA Neales and exhibited at the University of Wales Swansea, Egypt Centre Opening Exhibition September 1998. The collection is said to date from the 26th dynasty (664-525 BC) onwards. Lots 400-414 Travel & Tribal Art. Lots 415-477


Antiquities, Ethnographica and Tribal Artefacts, Travel Interest FROM THE COLLECTION OF A.A. NEALES AND EXHIBITED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WALES SWANSEA, EGYPT CENTRE, OPENING EXHIBITION SEPTEMBER 1998. THE COLLECTION IS SAID TO DATE FROM THE 26TH DYNASTY (664-525 BC) ONWARDS (LOTS 400 - 414) 400. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET in the form of an ape, perhaps Tahuti, (Lunar god of Wisdom) 4.6cm high £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

403. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET in the form of the goddess Isis or Hathor, 4.7cm high £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

401. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET of wedjet form with black pupil, 3.2cm high and another with engraved decoration, 2cm high (2) £50-80 (plus 24%BP*) 402. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET in the form of Tawaret, goddess of Childbirth and Fertility, 4cm high; and another amulet of papyrus sceptre form, 3.9cm high (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

404. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET in the form of Anubis, the Jackal god, 4.6cm high £70-150 (plus 24%BP*) 405. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET in the form of Ptah Pakaikos, god of craftsmen, 4cm high £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

406. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET of wedjet form with black pupil, 3cm high; and a further amulet representing the god Horus, 3.1cm high (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*) 407. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET in the form of a lion couchant, 2.2cm wide and another representing the god Anubis, 3cm high (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*) 408. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET in the form of the god Bes, a dwarf god and god of war, 2cm high; and a metal amulet of Isis with Horus, 3.5cm high (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*) 409. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET in the form of the god Anubis, 2.5cm high; and another representing the goddess Tawaret, 3.4cm high (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*) 410. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY AMULET in the form of the god Ptah Pataikos, 3.1cm high; and another representing Anubis, 3.4cm (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*) 413. TWO ANCIENT METAL ARROW HEADS, one broken in two (2) £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

411. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY SHABTI, late Dynastic Period (747-332 BC) owner Psahteksaneit, top half only, 8.3cm high £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)


415. AN AMERICAN PATCHWORK QUILT with star lattice design, 240 X 177cm £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)


412. AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN FAIENCE FUNERARY SHABTI, with back pillar, late Dynastic Period (747-332 BC), 10cm high £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

414. RACHEL HEMMING BRAY An oil painting depicting the Collection of Amulets, signed, see verso, framed, 28 x 25cm £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

416. A CONGO KUBA RAFFIA PATCHWORK AND APPLIQUE CEREMONIAL SKIRT with rectangular designs, 370cm long £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

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417. TWO INDIGO COTTON PALESTINIAN PANELS embroidered in red and other colours, 56 x 36cm £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

419. A 19TH CENTURY INDIAN MINIATURE PAINTING of a noble woman holding a talcon, with a painted border of flowers, 21.5 x 10cm £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

418. A 19TH CENTURY TURKISH LINEN TOWEL with floral motifs embroidered in silk and metal thread, 114cm long £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

420. A NEOLITHIC EUROPEAN MINIATURE STONE AXE and a British Neolithic black flint knife, knife 9.5cm long (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

421. SEVEN BRITISH NEOLITHIC FLINT SCRAPERS OR KNIVES from Surrey, three marked ‘Syon’, and one marked ‘Ashstead Common’ (7) £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

422. EIGHT BRITISH NEOLITHIC FLINT ARROW HEADS and seven scrapers from Surrey, one marked ‘Ewell’, and one with an acquisition number (15) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)


423. AN EUROPEAN NEOLITHIC FLINT BLADE with knopped hemi-circle shape on the base, possibly Danish, 11cm long £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


424. A NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN FLINT SPEAR HEAD 10.6cm long £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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425. A LARGE TUBULAR WHITE GLASS BEAD with black and orange striations, 6.5cm long £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


427. A SOUTH AFRICAN ZULU WOODEN KNOBKERRY CLUB, 77cm long £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

428. A SOUTH AFRICAN SAN ‘BUSHMAN’ BRACELET of ostrich shell beads with a leather clasp, 16cm long £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)


430. TWO WEST AFRICAN METAL FIGURES, a man blowing a musical instrument, and a woman with a crest head dress (2) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

431. AN INDONESIAN DAYAK TUSK SHAPED CHARM with a carved face and hole for suspension, 11.5cm long £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

432. A MASSIM PAPUA NEW GUINEA CARVED WOODEN SPLASH BOARD with figure and scroll decoration, painted, perhaps later, red, white and blue, 70 x 74cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

433. AN ABORIGINAL TREE BARK PICTURE depicting ‘The Eagle and Barramundi’ of the Early Dreamtime Legend by Balilbalil (see label attached), 55 x 43.5cm overall £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)



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434. A IVORY STAFF FINIAL, carved mythical creature, hands clasped under chin seated upon a coiled snake, early 20th century, 14cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*) 435. No Lot

436. A PAIR OF INUIT SNOW GOGGLES, caribou antler, nose bridge and two eye slits with a sealskin head strap £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


438. A SOUTH AFRICAN ZULU WOODEN KNOBKERRY CLUB, 56cm long £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)


439. A YORUBA FEMALE IBEJI, dark wood with a crested coiffure 26cm high £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)

437. AN OLD UNPOLISHED COCO DE MER (Lodoicea) from the Seychelles, 34 x 22cm £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)

440. AN EASTERN DRESS SWORD, wooden scabbard and handle with white metal inlay decoration 55cm length £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

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442. A SOUTH AFRICAN ZULU KNOBKERRY CLUB, wood, part ribbed head with a metal stand, 67.5cm high (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

441. A PAIR OF AFRICAN TRIBAL HEAD RESTS, of naive wooden carved form, 23cm (2) £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

445. AN ASHANTI WOODEN STOOL, traditional form 20th century 39 x 50cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*) 446. No Lot 447. No Lot

444. A LARGE MALE ANCESTOR FIGURE PAPUA NEW GUINEA, wood with an elongated nose standing on a hook 203.5cm high £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

448. AN OLD AFRICAN CARVED WOODEN DRUM with stretched hide to the top and set within a wrought iron stand, approximately 56cm wide x 87cm high overall £100-200 (plus 24%BP*) For more details on how to place a bid go to BP* - Buyer’s Premium of 24% inc. VAT @ 20%



443. A LARGE YENA FIGURE KWOMA-WASHKUK PAPUA NEW GUINEA, from the upper Sepik river region, polychrome wood with protruding eyes and tongue, long phallic nose 165cm high £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)


449. AN EAST AFRICAN BONI HEADREST, Somalia, wood, with etched bowed top upon an oval tapering base, carved with interlaced basket weave design 18cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

450. A CONGO PYGMY SMALL BOW AND A HIDE QUIVER, 103cm long £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

452. AN OLD AFRICAN CARVED WOODEN TENT SUPPORT of simple stacked form with traces of white paint, 100cm high £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

453. A SCANDINAVIAN CARVED WOODEN CUP, with geometric pattern, 10cm high 451. A COLLECTION OF TRIBAL ITEMS, Including an African mask, small dark wooden spoon with figural handle and other related items £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

Prov: Private Oxford collection £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

456. A NEW ZEALAND MAORI FISHING LURE, wood, shell and marine ivory hook with sennit binding, 15cm long Prov: Private Oxford collection £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

454. THREE LAPLAND ANTLER CARVINGS, spoon, needle case and pipe with stag engraved decoration (3)


Prov: Private Oxford collection £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


455. AN ANTIQUE SCANDINAVIAN MANGLE BOARD, carved decoration and inscribed ‘GVND.BIQR X LYCKS.DATER’ dated 1682, 58cm long Prov: Private Oxford collection £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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457. A FIJI NECKLACE WASEISEI MELANESIA, split sperm whale teeth, with twenty seven curved needle like tusks with faceted tops and with the original sennit, longest tusk 12cm Prov: Private Oxford collection £1000-2000 (plus 24%BP*)

Prov: Private Oxford collection £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

Prov: Private Oxford collection £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

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458. A FIJI TAMBUA WHALE TOOTH PENDANT, with inscription 12.5cm long

459. A FIJI KAVA BOWL MELANESIA, patinated wood, circular form, standing on four tapering legs with a lug handle and remains of the original sennit, 49.5cm wide 10cm high


460. A MASSIM LIME SPATULA, Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea, wood with carved oval handle 29.5cm long

461. A NEW ZEALAND MAORI KOTIATE CLUB, of wood and fiddle shaped with carved decoration and shell inlay, 38cm long

Prov: Private Oxford collection £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

Prov: Private Oxford collection £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

462. A FIJI KALI NI BITU BAMBOO HEADREST, on two wooden feet with inscribed name ‘Viliame’, 47cm long x 17.5cm high

463. AN OLD UNPOLISHED COCO DE MER (Lodoicea) from the Seychelles, 27 x 29cm

Prov: Private Oxford collection £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

Prov: Private Oxford collection £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

465. A ZULU WOODEN KNOBKERRIE CLUB, 58cm long, African carved wooden double head figure and four wooden spoons

Prov: Private Oxford collection £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

Prov: Private Oxford collection £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


464. AFRICAN IGBO TRIBE HEAD MASKS, three double head masks and one singular, carved wood, largest 30cm


466. A SUDANESE CROCODILE SKIN SHIELD, 40cm wide, together with a Maasai spear 166cm long Prov: Private Oxford collection £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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467. TWO INDIAN CARVED WOODEN WALL PANELS, Largest 54cm high Prov: Private Oxford collection £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

468. THREE BARBED SPEARS, dark wood, two from the Fiji Islands and one from Papua New Guinea largest 261cm long Prov: Private Oxford collection £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

469. THREE BARBED SPEARS, dark wood, Papua New Guinea largest 287cm long Prov: Private Oxford collection £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

470. TWO SPEARS PAPUA NEW GUINEA, dark wood, one with white pigment and stylize recurring circular pattern largest 328cm long Prov: Private Oxford collection £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

471. THE FOLLOWING LOT FROM THE FAMILY OF THE ANTARCTIC EXPLORER SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON (1874-1922) AND DESCENDANTS: A LATE 19TH CENTURY WOODEN GAFF RIGGED POND YACHT WITH MIZZEN, black and cream painted hull, two main wooden masts, one large mainsail and fitted with smaller mainsail, 154cm long overall; together with an eskimo made pine and bone mounted model sleigh, 25cm; and a morocco leather bound Holy Bible inscribed to flyleaf ‘Edward A. Shackleton’, Genesis - 31.49 July 17 1934 (3) By Family Repute : The yacht formerly the property of either Sir Ernest Shackleton or his son Lord (Edward) Shackleton (1911-1994) The sleigh formerly the property of Edward Shackleton or his son, the Honorable Charles Shackleton (1942-1979) £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)



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473. AN EARLY INDIAN HARDSTONE FIGURE, of a young male with raised arm and top knot, possibly quartzite 38cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

472. A SET OF THREE WICKER WORK GRADUATED BASKETS in the form of sea eagles with glass eyes, possibly North American Inuit, largest 48 x 28cm £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

474. A LEOPARD SKIN RUG, with black felt back, shot in Northern Rhodesia 1961, 230cm long £100-200 (plus 24%BP*) 475. No Lot


476. AN ANTIQUE AFRICAN IVORY OLIPHANT OR HUNTERS HORN decorated with lizard skin and hair, 43cm long £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)


477. A CONGO, AZANDE TRIBE, IVORY OLIPHANT with lizard skin ornament, probably 19th Century, 32cm long £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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Books from the Library of Dr Michael Hurst. Lots 485 – 526 General Books. Lots 527-698 Photographs, Albums. Lots 705-737


Lots 485-526 Books from The Library of Dr. Michael Charles Hurst (1931-2016) EMERITUS FELLOW IN MODERN HISTORY & POLITICS ST. JOHN’S COLLEGE OXFORD. M.A. (HON.D.LITT. Williams College AR), F.R. Hist S.,F.R.G.S., F.R.A.S., Supernumerary Fellow in History and Politics.

485. GIBBON, Edward, The Miscellaneous Works. 5 volumes, John Murray 1814. Full calf. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

486. The CORNHILL MAGAZINE, 26 volumes, Smith Elder & Co 1860. half calf. cloth boards. some damage. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

488. The Novels of the SISTERS BRONTE. John Grant, Edinburgh. Thornton edition edited by Temple Scott. 12 volumes. cloth. 12 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


490. PEPYS’S DIARY. 3 volume set in slipcase. Folio Society. £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)


487. SASSOON, Siegfried, Memoirs of a Foxhunting Man, Faber 1942. cloth with dust jacket. Together with Sherston’s Progress, Faber 1936. cloth. 2 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

489. The EDINBURGH REVIEW or Critical Journey. A&C Black. 11 volumes 1869 1876. Nicely bound half calf, marbled boards. 11 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

491. Wedgewood, C.V. The King’s War, The King’s Peace and The Trial of Charles I. 3 volumes in slipcase. Folio Society. 3 £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)

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492. BREWER’S Britain & Ireland. Weiidenfeld & Nicholson 2005. Place names of Britain. Together with 23 other titles about Britain and Ireland. 24 £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)

493. SHELL Guides to the counties of Britain. Faber & Faber. 26 volumes covering different counties. cloth with dust jackets. £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)

494. A collection of GUIDE BOOKS to Britain and Europe. Various publishers and years, mainly early 20th century. 25 £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)

495. SPALDING, T.A. The House of Lords. T Fisher Unwin 1936. Together with 29 other titles, mainly British history and politics. 30 £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)

497. COURTNEY, L, The Working Constitution of the United Kingdom. Dent 1905. Together with 29 other history and political titles. 30 £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)

498. TREVOR-ROPER, Hugh, The Philby Affair, William Kimber 1968. Together with 29 other titles on history and politics. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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496. A collection of 27 BRITISH POLITICAL BIOGRAPHIES. Including Churchill, Thatcher, Gladstone, Major, Pitt, etc. £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)


500. LECKY, W.E.H. History of England, Longmans Green & Co, 1913. 7 volume set. Together with 25 other history and political books. 32 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

501. MACAULAY, Thomas Babington, The History of England. Longman, Brown, Green and Longman. 1853. 2 volume set. Together with 28 history and politics titles. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

502. JEANS, J.S. England’s Supremacy, Longmans & Co 1885. Together with 29 other politics and history. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

503. LORD, R.H. The Second Partition of Poland. Cambridge 1915. Together with 20 other Russian and Eastern titles. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

504. KATKOV, George, Russia 1917 The February Revolution. Longman 1967. Together with 19 other Eastern bloc history and political titles. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

505. MANSEL, Philip, Paris Between Empires 1814-1852. John Murray 2001. Together with 21 other French history and political titles. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

506. EARLE, Edward Mead, Modern France, Princeton University Press 1951. Together with 20 other French political and history titles. 21 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

507. BATEMAN, John, The Great Landowners of Great Britain and Ireland. Harrison & Sons 1878. Together with 6 various volumes of the Dictionary of National Biography. 7 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


499. CHESTERTON, A.K. Oswald Moseley: Portrait of a Leader, Action Press Ltd. Together with 29 other political and historical titles. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


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508. LASKI, H.J. A Century of Municipal Progress 1835-1935. George Allen & Unwin 1935. Together with 29 other history and political titles. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

509. SYNDER, Louis L, Documents of German History. Rutgers University Press 1958. Together with 17 other German history and political books. 18 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

510. REITLINGER, Gerald. The SS, Alibi of a Nation. Heineman 1956. Together with 15 other German history and political books. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

511. The EARL of OXFORD and ASQUITH, Fifty Years of Parliament. Cassell & Co 1926 2 volume set. Together with 26 other history and political titles. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

512. FOX, Sir Frank, Switzerland, A&C Black 1930. Together with 17 other books on varying Swiss topics. 18 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

513. MACARTNEY, M.H.H. Italy’s Foreign and Colonial Policy 1914-1937. Oxford University Press 1938. Together with 18 other political and historical titles on Spain and Italy. 19 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

514. BROOKE, Christopher, Europe in the Central Middle Ages. Longmans 1964. Together with 11 other European history and politics titles. 12 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

515. TAYLOR, James, The Great Historic Families of Scotland. J.S. Virtue & Co 1889. 2 volume set. Together with 34 other Scottish history and political books. 36 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

516. PAUL, Leslie, Angry Young Man. Faber & Faber. Together with 31 other mainly English literature titles. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)



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517. BURTON, John Hill, The History of Scotland. William Blackwood 9 volume set. Together with 19 other Scottish political and history books. 28 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

518. Facts of Radical Misgovernment and the Home Rule Question Down to Date. The Irish Unionist Society 1909. Together with 19 other Irish historical and political titles. 20 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

519. HAVERTY, Martin, The History of Ireland, Ancient and Modern. James Duffy 1860. Together with 26 other Irish political and historical titles. 27 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

520. TRENCH, W Steuart, Realities of Irish Life. Longmans Green & Co. Together with 29 other Irish political and historical titles. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

521. THOMPSON, H.S. Ireland in 1839 and 1869. Dorrell and Son 1870. Together with 27 other Irish History and political titles. 28 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

522. The WORLD WIDE ATLAS, W & AK Johnston 1896. Together with The Daily Mail War Atlas and Bartholomew Comparative Atlas 1939. 3 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


523. A Gloucestershire and Bristol Atlas. 1961. Old maps and plans from the 16th to the 19th century. Together with A Map of the County of Devon, 1965 (facsimile of the 1765 edition), Muir’s Historical Atlas and Britain Before the Norman Conquest. 4 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


524. Report of the Boundary Commission for England and Wales 1885. Eyre and Spottiswood 1885. pull out maps. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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525. HARMSWORTH’S New Atlas of the World. The Amalgamated Press. Together with Andrees Handatlas, 4 Auflage, 1904, and 5 other European atlases. 7 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

526. The TIMES ATLAS of EUROPEAN HISTORY. 1994. Together with The Times Atlas of the World 10th edition, The Chronological Atlas of World War 2 and The Historical Atlas of Poland. 4 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

Antiquarian, Bindings, Topography, Local History and General Literature

529. DARWIN, Charles, The Origin of Species John Murray 1888 6th edition with corrections to 1872. Cloth, some wear to edges. Together with Darwin, A Naturalist’s Voyage Round the World, John Murray 1889 2nd edition. Cloth, b&w illustrations, some wear to edges. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

530. WHISTLER Rex, Restoration Love Songs, Cupid Press, 1950 limited edition no 645/660. edited by John Hadfield, collatypes from drawings by Rex Whistler. cloth, hand marbled boards, uncut edges. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

528. WALLACE, Alfred, The Malay Archipelago, Macmillan 1874 5th edition. 1/2 calf marbled boards & endpapers. pull out maps & b&w illustrations. some wear & foxing. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

531. The Collected Poems of RUPERT BROOKE: With a Memoir. Sidgewick & Jackson 1919. Together with 8 other poetry books and a further miscellaneous selection of books. 29 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

532. A collection of five ARTHUR HAYDEN books including Chats on Old Silver, Cottage and Farmhouse Furniture, Old Furniture, English China, and Old Points. All inscribed by the author and two signed. Together with a letter and a note from Arthur Hayden. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

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527. RACKHAM, Arthur, A collection of eight titles illustrated by Rackham: The Ingoldsby Legends 1907, The Sleeping Beauty 1920 (signed), Rip Van Winkle 1905, Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods 1911, Undine 1920, The Rhinegold & the Valkyrie 1910, A Midsummer Night’s Dream 1908, Peter Pan 1906. £500-600 (plus 24%BP*)


534. ROUSSEAU, J.J. Oeuvres de Mr J.J. Rousseau. Mark Mitchell Rey, Amsterdam 1762. 2 volumes. full calf. wear and cracking to spines. 2 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

535. BLOOMFIELD, Robert, The Farmer’s Boy; A Rural Poem. London 1800. 2nd edition. half calf. marbled boards. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

536. DE SECONDAT, M, The Spirit of the Laws. London 1873. 2 volumes. 10th edition. full calf. worn. boards detached. spine and binding split. 2 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

537. GOLDSMITH, Dr. The Grecian History from the earliest State to the Death of Alexander the Great. London 1785. 2 volumes. full calf. some wear. 2 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

538. FULER, Thomas, The History of the Worthies of England. GWL and FG London 1662. full calf. some repair. rebacked. bookplate Earl Fitzwilliam. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

539. BURKE, Edmund. The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke. J Dodsley, London 1792. 4 volumes. full calf. wear to edges and spines. 4 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

540. Pictures of Life and Character from the collection of PUNCH. Leech, John. Bradbury & Evans. 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th series. worn. boards detached. 4 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

541. The TIMES ATLAS. The Times 1896. half calf, worn edges and spine. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


533. NUREYEV, Rudolf. Nureyev, an autobiography with pictures. Hodder & Stoughton 1962. signed by the author ‘to Jamie’, dated 1962. cloth with dust jacket. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)


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542. POTTER, John. Archaeologia Graeca: or the Antiquities of Greece. G&J Robinson, London 1795. 2 volumes. full calf. some wear. some water staining and foxing. 2 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

543. Wilkin, Simon (editor) The Works of Sir Thomas Browne. Henry G Bohn 1846. 4 volumes. full calf gilit & gilt edges. marbled endpapers. 4 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

544. A collection of History books including Bosworth’s Anglo Saxon Dictionary, Armorial Families and 2 historical atlases. 6 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

545. A miscellaneous collection of books, mainly poetry. 21 £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

547. AUSTEN, Jane, The Novels of Jane Austen. 12 volumes, John Grant, Edinburgh 1912. Cloth, uncut edges. 12 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

546. A collection of miscellaneous Bindings. 27 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

549. RUSKIN, John, The Seven Lamps of Architecture, 5th ed George Allen 1886. Coth, gilt edges, marbled endpapers. Some scuffing to corners & spine. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

550. PLEASANTS, Eric, I Killed to Live, as told to Eddie Chapman. Cassell 1957. Signed by Eric Pleasants. Bds rebound. Together with Eric Pleasants’ Walking Stick with a handle of a carved and painted fish. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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548. SEGRAVE, H.O.D. The Lure of Speed, Hutchinson, 1928, preface by Sir Arthur Stanley, 8vo 29 b&w photographs, cloth. Together with 8 other early motoring titles including EDGAR, Alfred, Knights of the Wheel, Harrap 1932, SCHIELDROP, E.B. The Highway, Hutchinson 1932, FILSON YOUNG, A.B. The Complete Motorist, Methuen 1904. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)


552. HUXLEY, Aldous, Brave New World, Chatto & Windus 1932 1st edition. Together with Huxley, Aldous, Eyeless in Gaza, Chatto & Windus 1936 1st edition. Both cloth, uncut edges. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

553. GREENE, Graham, A Burnt-Out Case, Heinemann, 1961, and The Human Factor, 1978, both 1st editions with dust jackets. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

554. WAUGH, Evelyn, Officers and Gentlemen, Chapman & Hall 1955, and Unconditional Surrender, Chapman & Hall 1961. Both 1st editions. Cloth with dust jackets. £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

555. A collection of 21 King Penguins from the 1940s and 50s. Hardback children’s Penguin books. colour illustrations. some wear/detachment to some of the spines. £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

556. A collection of Leather Bindings including 3 vols FW Bain, Mozart and a 19th century Book of Common Prayer. 8 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

557. MACKAIL, J.W. The Life of William Morris, Longmans Green & Co 1900. 2 vol set. rebound cloth, uncut edges. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

558. BRIERS, Phyllis, The History of Nuffield. The Morris Oxford Press 1939. Together with 7 other Oxfordshire history titles. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

559. The ECCLESIASTICAL and ARCHITECTURAL TOPOGRAPHY of ENGLAND. Archaeological Institute of Great Britain. John Henry Parker 1850.1/2 calf, marbled boards & endpapers. Together with Jackson, The Church of St Mary the Virgin and Memorials of old Oxfordshire. 3 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


551. SASSOON, Siegfried, Memoirs of an Infantry Officer Faber & Faber 1930. Together with Sassoon, Sherston’s Progress Faber & Faber 1936. Both 1st editions. Also Powell, Anthony, Hearing Secret Harmonies, Heineman 1975, Hemingway, Ernest, The Fifth Column, 1939, both 1st eds, and James, PD, The Mistletoe Murder 2016. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)


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560. CONTES et NOUVELLES EN VERS par MONSIEUR DE LA FONTAINE. Nouvelle edition. Amsterdam 1732. 2 volume set in French. b&w illustrations. full calf. marbled endpapers. bindings worn and do not match. 2 £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

561. DICKENS, Charles, Household Words. London 1850. Vol 1 only. Together with The Household Narrative of Current Events 1950. 2 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

562. OEUVRES de J.B. POQUELIN de MOLIERE. Paris 1799. 8 volume set. half calf. 8 £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

563. RUSKIN, John, The Art of England. George Allen 1884. cloth. Together with The Harbours of England. George Allen 1895. cloth. b&w illustrations. 2 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

564. RUSKIN, John, The Stones of Venice Smith Elder & Co 1867. 3 volume set. cloth. uncut edges. b&w illustrations. 3 £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

565. STREET, A.G. Farmer’s Glory Faber & Faber 1934. full calf. gilt. b&w illustrations. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

566. CARROLL, Lewis, Sylvie and Bruno Macmillan 1889. Together with Sylvie and Bruno Concluded Macmillan 1893. both cloth with b&w illustrations. Also Carroll, Feeding the Mind Chatto & Windus 1907. slim leather cover. 3 £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

567. RUSKIN, John, The Art of England George Allen 1887. 2nd edition. Together with Storm Cloud, Ruskin Relics, and Homes and Haunts of John Ruskin. 4 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

568. A collection of JOHN RUSKIN biographical titles. 2x 2 volume sets, Praeterita, and 4 other Ruskin titles. 9 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)



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569. A selection of POETRY, including Falconer, The Shipwreck, La Fontaine, Fables in English Verse, Sturm, Eternal Helen. plus 3 others. 6 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

570. RUSKIN, J, The Seven Lamps of Architecture George Allen 1894. cloth b&w illustrations. Together with 18 other Ruskin titles. 19 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

572. A collection of Bindings. varying titles and condition. 28 £30-40 (plus 24%BP*)

573. GREENE, Graham, Monsignor Quixote, Nineteen Stories, The Quiet American, Our Man in Havana. All first editions with unclipped dust jackets, (Nineteen Stories no jacket). £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

571. A small collection of fiction, including Lawrence, D.H. Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Jan Forlag, Stockholm, (in English) 1st edition, Meredith, George, The Tale of Chloe, Ward Lock & Bowden 1894. 92/250 limited edition. plus 5 others. 7 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

574. HEMINGWAY, Ernest, The Old Man and the Sea. Charles Scribner, New York. cloth. Together with 3 other Hemingway and 5 Thomas Hinde. 9 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

575. A collection of GRAHAM GREENE. Some first editions, all with dust jackets. 14 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

577. ROWLING, J.K. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Bloomsbury 2003. first edition. hardback with dust jacket. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


576. A collection of HARRY POTTER first editions. all with dust jackets. 5 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)


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580. A Narrative of what passed at Killalla, in the County of Mayo, during the French Invasion in the summer of 1798. By an Eye Witness. Dublin & London 1800. bound in paper with marbled cloth tape spine labelled ‘French Invasion 1798’ £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

578. CLINTON-BAKER, H, Illustrations of Conifers 1909. Hertford, privately printed. Volume 1 & 2. full calf, gilt, marbled endpapers, uncut edges. some foxing. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

579. LEMAN HARE, T. The World’s Greatest Paintings. Odhams Press 3 volumes. cloth with dust jackets. numerous colour plates. 3 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

581. RUSKIN, Selections from the writings of John Ruskin; First Series 1843-1860, and Second Series 1860-1888. both 2nd ed. George Allen 1894. Together with 14 other titles some leather bound. 15 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

582. BYRON’S WORKS, Complete in one volume. John Murray 1837. 1/2 calf marbled bds. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

583. The BOOK of COMMON PRAYER. Cambridge 1670, printed by John Hayes. Family history listing (John Hallett) from 1595 - 1679, Calf, various repairs, leather ‘jacket’. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

584. HALLAM, Henry, View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages. John Murray 1822. 3 vols. Calf glt, some wear and spine deterioration. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

585. The EIGHT BEATITUDES. Written and engraved by William Alexander London 1822. Limited edition produced for subscribers listed inside. This copy Major General Herbert Taylor. Gilt boards. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

586. GARDINER, Samuel Rawson, Oliver Cromwell. Goupil & Co 1899. Limited edition no 0924/1475. colour & b&w illustrations. 1/2 calf, marbled endpapers. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)



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587. HILL, John, Eden: or a Compleat Body of Gardening. T Osborne 1757. Colour plates, calf, spine worn & split, boards very worn, front almost detached. Very rare 18th century classic horticultural title. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

588. ROSENBERG, Marc, Der Goldschmiede Merkzeichen, Frankfurter Verlags-Anstalt 1923. Vols 2, 3, & 4, vol 1 missing. Together with Bengtsson, B, Matsilver forr och nu, and Svenskt Silversmide 1520-1850. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

590. PALMGREN, Nils, Sung Sherds, Almqvist & Wiksell 1963. hardbound, colour & b&w illustrations. Together with a collection of 30 other mainly art titles. 31 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

591. GULLIVER, Lemuel, Travels into several remote Nations of the World. Two volumes in one, by Dean Swift. ‘Cookes Edition’. b&w engravings. calf. worn, front board detached, spine split. Plus one other. 2 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

592. The HARMSWORTH Universal Atlas and Gazetteer of the World. c1909. half calf. cloth boards. worn to edges. some repairs. Together with A Descriptive Atlas of the World. Blackie 2 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

593. HULME, F. Edward, Familiar Wild Flowers. Cassell & Co. 5 volumes. colour plates. half calf. some foxing. 5 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

594. A collection of OXFORD HISTORY SOCIETY reports 1890s-1930s. Oxford University Press. Including Council Acts, Oseney Abbey and Properties etc. cloth bound. 19 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


589. DICKENS, Charles, Little Dorrit, Chapman & Hall. 58 b&w illustrations by J Mahoney. cloth spine, marbled boards. Together with 9 others. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


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595. A collection of OXFORD HISTORY SOCIETY reports and accounts. Oxford University Press. Including Oxford Colleges, Congregations and Abingdon Abbey. 15 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

596. A collection of books about the RIVER THAMES and surrounding area. Includes historical, pictorial and novelty titles. 11 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

597. Four books on the CITY of OXFORD. Royal Commission Historical Monuments HMSO 1939, Regional Survey plus two others. 4 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

598. A collection of books about BERKSHIRE. Mainly historical. 24 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

599. A collection of books on OXFORDSHIRE and the COTSWOLDS. Mainly historical, some photographic. 19 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

600. A collection of City of Oxford Records and Council Acts. 7 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

601. A collection of OXFORD Guides and maps. 16 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

602. A collection of Guide Books, mainly continental plus USA. Some dating from late 1800s. 9 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

603. A collection of Guidebooks on the United Kingdom. Plus 2 Cathedral guides. 12 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)



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605. An OXFORD book collection: Oxford life, Colleges, Architecture & Watercolours. 10 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

606. Six books on OXFORD history. 6 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

607. A collection of Oxford books. Guides, Topography, Architecture & Poetry. 8 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

608. A collection of Oxfordshire County and Village histories. 15 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

609. A collection of Oxford and Oxfordshire history, archaeology,and guides. 19 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

610. OXFORD and OXFORDSHIRE books of old photographs, history and railway. 11 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

611. A collection of mainly pictorial Oxfordshire History. 7 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

612. STEVENSON, R.L. A Child’s Garden of Verses. Scribner New York 1905. Illustrations by Jesse Wilcox Smith. Lobnitz book plate. cloth. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


604. A miscellaneous collection of historical and travel books including the Trojan War, and the Illustrated Odyssey. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


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613. ARCHER, T. Queen Victoria, Her Life and Reign. Gresham 1901. 4 volumes. cloth. Cover designed & signed by Talwin Morris. 4 £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

614. NESBIT, E The Story of the Treasure Seekers, T Fisher Unwin, 1899 1st edition, cloth. b&w illus. Stevenson, R L, Across the Plains,1892, Masefield, J, Eggs and Baker 1936, & The Midnight Folk, 1927, both 1st editions, Together with a collection of 15 Hugh Walpole titles, mainly 1st editions and 2 others. 21 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

615. A collection of books on CAPTAIN JAMES COOK. Comprising: The Journals of Captain Cook, Cambridge University Press 1968, 5 volumes, The Journals of Captain Cook Charts and Views, CUP 1969. charts in cloth folder, and The Charts and Coastal Views of Captain Cook’s Voyages, Hakluyt Society 1988 3 volumes. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

616. HARLAND, John, Ships and Seamanship. The Maritime Prints of JJ Baugean. Chatham 2000. Together with 3 other maritime titles and 7 others. 11 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

617. The TIMES ATLAS, Mid Century edition, 5 volumes, Times Publishing. Together with The Times Atlas of the World, Times Books 1988 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

618. The HOLY BIBLE, Cambridge University Press, c1898. half calf. marbled boards. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

619. GIBBON, Edward, The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. 8 volumes. John Murray 1908. half calf. cloth boards. portrait and pull out maps. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

620. MONASTERY, ‘by the author of Waverley’, Sir Walter Scott. 3 vols, half calf. marbled boards and endpapers. some wear, vol 1 front board detatched. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

621. Rymer Jones, Thomas, CASSELL’S BOOK of BIRDS. Cassell, Petter & Galpin. 4 volumes. half calf. marbled boards. numerous b&w illustrations and colour plates. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)



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623. WAVELL, A.P. Other Men’s Flowers. An anthology of Poetry. Jonathan Cape 1958. Memorial edition. full calf. gilt. gilt edges. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

624. A Collection of BINDINGS, mainly history and literature. Plus Churchill, The Second World War 5 vols and The Story of the Conquest of Peru, 3 vols. 39 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

625. FOLIO SOCIETY: Plutarch, Rise and Fall of Athens 1967. Slipcase. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

626. FOLIO SOCIETY: Herodotus, Struggle for Greece 1959. Slipcase. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

627. FOLIO SOCIETY: Selection of Biography & Autobiography. Including R.H. Bruce Lockhart, Lytton Strachey, Benvenuto Cellini, John Evelyn. All in slipcases. 4 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

628. FOLIO SOCIETY: Book of Days. 2002. Slipcase. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

629. FOLIO SOCIETY: Anniversary books, 34th, 40th, & 50th. 3 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

630. FOLIO SOCIETY: Story of the Middle Ages 1998, 5 volumes in slipcase. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


622. The PLAYS of WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. 8 volumes. Longman & Co 1847. full calf. gilt. marbled endpapers and edges. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)


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631. FOLIO SOCIETY: Edward Gibbon, Memoirs, & The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire & History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire vols 5,6,7,&8. Together with Pliny, A Self Portrait. All in slipcases. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

632. FOLIO SOCIETY: Wonders of the World 2006 & Cities and Civilisations 2003. Both in slipcases. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

633. FOLIO SOCIETY: A selection of translations: Sakuntala, Mother Courage, The Torrents of Spring, La Dame aux Camelias. All in slipcases. 4 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

634. FOLIO SOCIETY: Stephen, Hours in a Library 1991. 3 volume set. slipcase. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

635. FOLIO SOCIETY: Jane Austen, Three Classic Novels. Pride & Predudice, Sense & Sensibility, Emma. In slipcase. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

636. FOLIO SOCIETY: A selection of Literature. Including Shakespeare, Austen, Fielding. some with slipcases. 6 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

637. FOLIO SOCIETY: Finley, Victoria, Colour. Together with 5 others. 6 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

638. FOLIO SOCIETY: A collection of Translations. 6 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

639. FOLIO SOCIETY: The Book of Short Novels. Together with 4 others. 5 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)



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641. FOLIO SOCIETY: A Miscellany of titles, some with slipcases. 8 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

642. FOLIO SOCIETY: Trollope, The Last Chronicle of Barset 1980. slipcase split. Together with 3 others. 4 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

643. FOLIO SOCIETY: A miscellany of Literature, including Conrad, Hardy, Fitzgerald and Defoe. 6 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

644. FOLIO SOCIETY: A collection of Literature, including Scott, and Trollope. 6 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

645. FOLIO SOCIETY: A selection of History titles including Fuller’s Worthies, and The Princes in the Tower. slipcases. 5 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

646. FOLIO SOCIETY: Essays of Francis Bacon, 2002, slipcase. Together with 2 others. 3 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

647. FOLIO SOCIETY: A collection of Travel titles. 5 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

648. FOLIO SOCIETY: Greene, Garham & Hugh. The Spy’s Bedside Book. 2006. Together with 3 others. 4 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


640. FOLIO SOCIETY: A selection of Literature. 6 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


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649. FOLIO SOCIETY: A collection of mainly French & European History. 5 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

650. FOLIO SOCIETY: A collection of books on the British Monarchy. 6 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

651. FOLIO SOCIETY: A miscellaneous collection of titles. 5 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

652. FOLIO SOCIETY: The First Colonists, Columbus on Himself, together with 4 others. 6 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

653. FOLIO SOCIETY: The Life of Muhammad. 2003. Together with 3 others. 4 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

654. FOLIO SOCIETY: William Russell, Special Correspondent of The Times. slipcase. Together with 6 others. 7 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

655. AUSTEN, Jane, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. First edition, 4 volumes, John Murray 1818. 1/2 calf marbled boards, rebound. Some foxing. Vol 1 signed by students at the English School Exeter College 1968. £4000-4500 (plus 24%BP*)



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656. GANT, Roland, Steps to the River. with eight wood engravings by Howard Phipps. Whittington Press 1995 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

657. BOSWELL, James The Life of Samuel Johnson LL.D. Cadell & Davies 1811 6th edition 4 volumes full calf. some wear and foxing. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

658. GREENE, M.A. Parrots in Captivity. George Bell 1884. 3 volume set. cloth. numerous colour plates. minor wear, some foxing, 1 page det vol 1. £850-1250 (plus 24%BP*) 659. BRADLEY, E.T. Annals of Westminster Abbey Cassell 1898. cloth. numerous b&w plates. some foxing. Together with Churchill, Winston, The Great War, 3 vols George Newnes. 4 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


660. The COMPLETE WORKS OF SHAKESPERE (correct spelling!) John Tallis circa 1875. 4 volumes: Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, and Doubtful Plays. half calf. marbled boards. £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)


661. The New OXFORD GUIDE or Companion through University. ‘A Gentleman of Oxford’. Fletcher, Parker, Fletcher, Oxford. full calf, pull out map, some wear to boards and spine. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

662. Tables of LOGARITHMS, Taylor & Walton 1839. full calf, some wear. Together with The British Youth Instructor: Practical Arithmetic. S Crowder, London 1770. full calf, boards and some pages detached. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

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663. The OXFORD HISTORY of ENGLAND. Various authors. Oxford University Press. 16 volumes. cloth with dust jackets. 16 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

664. DICKENS, Charles, Charles Dickens’s Works. Chapman & Hall 1881. Edition de Luxe. 30 volumes. cloth bound. 30 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

665. The NATIONAL MARK CALENDAR of COOKING. Compiled for the Ministry of Agriculture 1936. Together with 18 other similarly aged pamphlets and books on cookery and household tasks. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

666. WRIGHT, George, ‘Pleasing Melancholy, or a walk among the tombs in a country churchyard’, Chapman & Co, 1793. dedicated to Sir Richard Hill. full calf, some wear, front board partially detached. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

667. The Book of COMMON PRAYER, Clarendon Press, Oxford 1822. full calf, worn. some wear and repair to pages. from Kidlington Church presented 1831, Church Wardens Richard Wild & Charles Rowles. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

668. The PROPER LESSONS for Sundays and Holy days. Oxford Universtity Press. from Kidlington Church 1878. Church Wardens W Brain & T Wren. full calf, some wear. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

670. The HOLY BIBLE, 1850, Cambridge. embossed leather boards, some wear to spine. foxing. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

671. The HOLY BIBLE, 1806. George Eyre & Andrew Strahan, London. calf, amateur repair to spine, pages detatched & worn. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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669. The HOLY BIBLE, 1685, Oxford, printed at the Theater. Full calf, some wear. ‘The gift of Mrs Mary Grant to the Church of Kidlington’ 25.12.1712. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)


673. A set of TEMPLE SHAKESPEARE. J M Dent 4th edition 1898. 4th edition. Worn, many boards detached. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*) 672. The HOLY BIBLE, Cassell, Petter & Galpin. half calf, cloth bds front bd damaged. ‘more than nine hundred highly finished engravings’. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

674. The Works of ARISTOTLE, the famous Philosopher. One volume in four parts, ‘New and Improved Edition’. Cocker, Harris and Finn. full calf uncut edges, some foxing. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

675. MILLER, Philip, The Gardeners Kalendar 7th edition, J Rivington 1767. rebound, half calf, cloth boards. some page discolouration. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*) 676. No Lot


679. LANG, Andrew, A set of four Fairy books. Lilac, Yellow, Orange, Red. Longman Green & Co. cloth. Red in poor condition. Together with White, T.H. The Witch in the Wood. Collins, 1940. 5 £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


677. THE WHOLE DUTY of MAN P Wilson & J Esdall, Dublin 1752. rebound calf. Together with The Holy Bible, Mark & Charles Kerr 1796. rebound spine. Both from the library of James Spreull, Glasgow. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

678. De La Fontaine, Jean Adonis. Flammarion. Introduction by Paul Valery. engravings by Pierre-Yves Tremois. loose leaves in folder and slipcase. Together with Lionello Venturi, Parts of St Luke’s Gospel. Rome 1949 limited edition. 19 drawings. loose uncut leaves in folder. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

680. A collection of four books illustrated by ARTHUR RACKHAM. Comus, The Rhinegold & the Valkyrie, Siegfried & the Twilight of the Gods 2 copies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Cloth, some wear, Midsummer Night’s Dream very worn. 6 £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

681. WILDE, Oscar, Lady Windermere’s Fan. Bodley Head, 1883. cloth, uncut edges. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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683. BAKER, E.C. Stuart, The Indian Ducks and their Allies. Bombay Natural History Society, 1908. 30 colour plates. Limited edition of 1200 copies. 1/2 calf. cloth boards. uncut edges. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

685. BAIRNSFATHER, Capt. Bruce. Still More Bystander. Fragments from France. No. 3. Tog.with The Anzac Book, Cassell, 1916. Written and Illustrated by Men of Anzac. Pict. Paper covers, and The Works of Shakespeare Household Edition 13 volume set. 15 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

684. ADAMS, Richard, Watership Down. Penguin/Kestrel Books illustrated edition 1976. 1/2 cloth in slipcase. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

686. The WHITTINGTON PRESS: A Bibliography 1982-1993. Compiled by David Butcher. Whittington Press 1996. in slipcase. mint condition. £180-220 (plus 24%BP*)

687. MATRIX volume 1-28. The Whittington Press. Index to vol 21 and two copies vol 1, original and reprint. Mostly in original brown paper & unwrapped. 29 £2500-3000 (plus 24%BP*)

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682. STEVENSON, Robert Louis, A Child’s Garden of Verses. Illustrated by Millicent Sowerby. Chatto & Windus 1919. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)


689. BREMNER, Robert, The Rudiments of Music. Edinburgh: for the Author, 1756, first edition, 12mo, 2 folding engraved sheets of music. Rebound cloth boards, calf spine. Together with Crosby’s English Musical Repository. rebound calf. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

690. Madame D’ACIER, Les Comedies de Terence, R&G Wetstein, Amsterdam 1724. 3 vol set. full calf, wear to edges & spine. Together with 2 others. 5 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

691. MOORE, Thomas, The Works of Lord Byron. His letters and Journal and his Life. John Murray 1833, 17 volume set. full calf gilt, marbled edges, some scuffing to bds & spines. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

692. SEEGER, Hans, Militarische Fernglaser und Fernrohre. (Military Binoculars and Telescopes for Land, Air and Sea Service). Hans Seeger, Hamburg, 1996. Hardback. In German but with two key chapters and captions in English. Signed ‘To Derek’ by the author. numerous b&w illustrations. £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

693. KIPLING, Rudyard, Short Stories Folio Society. 5 volume set in slipcase. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

694. WAUGH, Evelyn, The Ordeal of Gilbert Pinfold. Chapman & Hall 1957. 1st edition. cloth with unclipped dust jacket. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

695. VIGNOLA, A, Toutes les Femmes. Albert Mericant, Paris 1901. 3 vols. paperback. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

696. The Ragionamenti or the Dialogues of the Divine Pietro Aretino. Isidore Liseux 1889. 2 volumes. half calf. Together with The Dialogues of Luisa Sigea. matching volume. 3 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)


688. The BIBLE 1600. Robert Barker, London. Full calf, part of spine missing, very worn condition, some insect damage. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)


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697. KELTIE, John S A History of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Clans and Highland Regiments. A Fullarton & Co 1877. 2 volumes. full calf. gilt. marbled boards. front board detached vol 2. scuffed. 2 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

698. A Miscellaneous collection of books. Various subjects and bindings. 23 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

Manuscript Letters, Albums, Photographs, Prints, Maps and Postcards 705. A framed handwritten Verse from the poem ‘Sussex’ 1902, by Rudyard Kipling. Handwritten and signed by the author. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

706. The Visit of Colonial Premiers and the Houses of Parliament to Portsmouth. Full calf. gilt. Timetable, Photographic prints. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

707. LETTERS TO H.H. ASQUITH (1852-1928, 1ST EARL OF OXFORD, PRIME MINISTER 1908-1916) A collection of letters of condolence to H.H. Asquith, when Prime Minister, on the death of his son Raymond, who was killed in action in 1916 Numerous letters from dignitaries and Statesman, including a few telegrams to include King George V., Lloyd George and others. Letters of sympathy include: Marquess of Lansdowne Edward Grey, The Viscount Grey of Falloden Lord Derby, Undersecretary of State for War Robert Ross Spencer, Althorp Aubrey Herbert John Sinclair, Governor of Madras Cosmo (Lang) Archbishop of York Various from Balliol College, Oxford, and Regiments A few Letters of Asquith’s younger son Anthony, addressed as ‘Puffin’, some relating to the death of his mother ( approx 150 items) £500-800 (plus 24%BP*)



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709. CHARLES-LOUIS MICHELEZ (1817-1883) A folder of twenty six albumen prints of early armour, image size 21 x 15cm and variations (26) £800-1200 (plus 24%BP*)

708. A BOUND ALBUM of miscellaneous prints and watercolours including two Indian scenes signed Major Herbert, album 46 x 30cm £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

710. AN INTERESTING LARGE FOLDER of mixed old watercolours, pencil drawings, photographs etc £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)


713. ATTRIBUTED TO LEOPOLDO ALINARI (1832-1865) A group of eleven large format albumen prints of Roman Sculpture, 45.5 x 32cm and variations, mounted on card (11) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


711. A GROUP OF ELEVEN LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHS by Francis Bedford, North Wales plus Warwick, 14 x 18cm, plus one other Raglan Castle (12) £70-120 (plus 24%BP*)

712. WILHELM HAMMERSCHMIDT (active 1858-1870) Eleven large photographic images of Egyptian scenes including Rhamesséum À Thebes and Collosses de Memnon, 24 x 30.5cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

714. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY WATERCOLOURS of Swiss town and lake scenes, indistinctly signed with monogram J.L., framed, 35 x 50cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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716. MAULL & POLYBLANK (55 Gracechurch Street & 187A Piccadilly London) A portrait of David Livingstone (1813-1873), the subject seated and holding a Rhino horn 1860’s, albumen print 20 x 14.5cm, mounted on card £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

715. WILLIAM TURNER OF LONDON A coloured engraving of the arrival of His Most Gracious Majesty George IV at...Palace of Holyrood on the 16th of August 1822, 44 x 59cm framed £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

717. Ordnance Survey maps; Oxford 1906, and Warwick & Banbury 1909. Together with two books. 4 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

718. A COLOURED PRINT entitled ‘La Vie Parisienne’, Un Bouquet de Fleurs des Quatre Saisons, after Fabiano, 31 x 47cm, framed £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

719. A SET OF THREE PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT STUDIES of a Society Beauty, signed Renee Amola, image size 21 x 16cm in one frame £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

722. ROYAL INTEREST: A 19th Century autograph on Windsor Castle headed note paper, Leopold, dated Nov 13th 1867, believed to be Prince Leopold of Belgium, Uncle to Queen Victoria £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

721. AFTER JOHN RUSSELL Portrait of Sir Joseph Banks, inscribed ‘S Petty del’ a label verso, bust length, charcoal on paper, 60 x 47.5cm Sir Joseph Banks, explorer and naturalist, became President of the Royal Society in 1778 £500-700 (plus 24%BP*)

723. DIVERS WORKS of Early Masters in Christian Decoration. 2 volumes. Edited by John Wheale. 1846. Numerous diagrams and colour plates of Ancient Painted and Stained Glass. Some damp damage & foxing. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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720. The Battle of Britain August-October 1940. HMSO War pamphlet. Together with 30 other WW2 pamphlets and 2 books. 32 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


724. A box file of of circa 1930s Folding Maps. Britain and many other countries. 32 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

725. Daily Express WAR MAP OF EUROPE. Daily Express Publications. fold out colour map. wear to edges and torn on folds. £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)

726. A selection of folding TOURING MAPS of Great Britain. 37 maps mainly 1950s, 60s and 70s. Some cloth. 37 £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)

727. No Lot

729. A PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM containing Oxford College and rowing scenes, Christchurch, St Aldates etc., plus two early aviation images of Captain B.C. Hucks (1884-1918), plus Cornwall etc., circa 1913 onwards, album 26 x 19cm £50-150 (plus 24%BP*)

730. AFTER ADRIAEN COLLAERT (c.1560-1618) A pair of ornothological engravings, 13 x 19cm; and a further engraving by J Collaert, deer being attacked by lynx with latin inscription, 19 x 26cm (framed) (3) £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)

731. AFTER P.P. RUBENS A monochrome print of a horseman watering his horse, 31 x 45cm; and a portrait print of Martin Luther after Hollar, 14 x 10cm (framed) (2) £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

732. AN OXFORD ALMANACK FOR 1738 with Wadham College and Founders, on silk framed, 53 x 48cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

733. AN INTERESTING BUNDLE OF 18TH/19TH CENTURY LEGAL DOCUMENTS relating mainly to London and the Home Counties £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


728. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY COLLECTION OF POSTCARDS British and Irish landscapes, 1900 and later £70-150 (plus 24%BP*)


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734. CAVIEZEL MICHAEL: FLORA DES BERNINAGEBIETES An extensive Alpine Herbarium consisting of 120 pages displaying botanical specimens each with description, with compilers stamp (partially erased) and with handwritten inscription, bound in gold tooled embossed green cloth (spine worn), overall measurement 37 x 24cm £1000-2000 (plus 24%BP*)

735. A GEORGE V DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER PRESENTATION DOCUMENT to Captain Henry George Powell signed ‘Kitchener’ and dated September 1915, 33 x 21cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

737. A handwritten letter from Princess Elizabeth circa 1947. Buckingham Palace headed notepaper. Together with a photograph of the recipient. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

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736. AFTER DAVID ROBERTS ‘The Arch crossing the Ravine leading to Petra’ and ‘Mount Seir Wady el Ghor’, two litographs published by F.G. Moon 52 x 35cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

CONDITIONS OF SALE Mallams carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Mallams or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Mallams accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (2) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. (3)The Auctioneers reserve the right to charge a deposit for certain lots. These will be indicated before the sale. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 20%. This premium is subject to VAT at the rate imposed by law. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

10. COMMISSION AND TELEPHONE BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf or by telephone. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17 (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. ENDANGERED SPECIES LAWS Due to international laws, any item on the Endangered species list (i.e. Ivory, Rhino horn etc.), whether it dates from the 18th/19th Century or the 1930s, requires re-export permits for bidders outside the EU (CITES). Some countries also require import permits as well and all permits must be in place prior to shipment. Mallams cannot be held liable if a purchaser buys a lot that comes within this field and then import/export licences cannot be arranged. Certain countries, particularly the USA, have their own Endangered Species Act (USESA) and possession or being involved in a commercial transaction with any item on this list can be an offence for a US resident. Therefore, it is the potential buyers responsibility to check Federal regulations before bidding for a lot, which comes under these or similar regulations. Please note no license is required to sell or advertise within the EU if items are pre-1947. ONLINE BIDDING Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers, you: 1. authorise Mallams 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, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers through and agree that Mallams 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 live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price.

ABINGDON Monday 12th March To include Decorative Furniture and Works of Art, Sculpture, Paintings, Textiles, Architectural Elements and Garden Ornament

The House & Garden Sale Please see for an online catalogue and further details Mallams Auctioneers, Dunmore Court, Wootton Road Abingdon OX13 6BH

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The Library Sale - 31st January & 1st February 2018 (Mallams Oxford)  

The Library Sale & a cabinet of curiosities - 31st January & 1st February 2018 (Mallams Oxford)

The Library Sale - 31st January & 1st February 2018 (Mallams Oxford)  

The Library Sale & a cabinet of curiosities - 31st January & 1st February 2018 (Mallams Oxford)